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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE RIVERINE STREET QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 17 August 1882

ORIGINAL U41 I PSIPOINDENCE, TIE RIVERIlE STREET QUESTION. TO< TillH EDI:I1 OF THE ADVI:ITISER. Sir,-On bel .:lf of myself and other rate. Ipyers. 1 bEg thalnk you for drawing attention to tl selfish greediness of some property ownes il IRiverine streot, who are willing oenrich theomselves at tile 6xponse of a t other ratcpayers. Would you liindlv l 1?islh their names. Mr. Editor, and also th .f the councillor who mis represented i constituents by coaching the alffir~il ? gh the council. Was it honest Mici I? If so, it. seems the pro fession of: il agetit and a care for the rights of lt2 :itizcns are opposed the one to the othc, 4nd it appears that, other things bolr; qual, land agents arc not deeirable o&:r illors. As an instance, Mrs. Croolko's ag . Mr. Editor, I would aug gost cithert call a public meeting on the Riverinoiste t question or elso start a petition to lih Minister of Lands, asking that no apcling of Riverino streot for thle benefit of ro or three s...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 17 August 1882

Latest Intelligence. r[B ELEoRICT TELEGOAP ] (FnoM OnU OWN connESPO.aDMT.) MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. In the County Court to-day, thehorsD trainer, William Lang, ol:tained a ver diet for £22 against Henry Phillips, the squatter, for expenses in connection with the'racehorse Pell Mell. .. The man, John Barrington, who iinm posed on a livery stablckeepor by levant ing with a horse.and buggy which he obtained on hire, ias been sentenced to twelve, months' imprisonment. There were other .similar clihages against tihl prisoner. - I Dr. Neild, and 'Mr.,,Chandler (tim,' district coroner),- iho inet iith a serious accident yesterday, through their buggyv upsetting in Wellington Parade, and both being" thrown violefitly, out and rendered insensible, nro 'proigresing favorably. ! , The Government analyist is enghged examining various saniples of salt for the purpose of ascertaining the kind most suitable for potting butter for ex port. 'Several large dairymen desire to prosecute this industr...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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THE REEDY CREEK BANK ROBBERY. [ARGUS.] [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 17 August 1882

THE 1 REEI)Y CREEK BHANK ROBBERY. [A auu :: 'C~o s.j ' :. Considerable excitement was mani-; fested in the quiet mining township of Reedy Creek on Siaturday last, when it wans run;uired !that the local branch of the Colonial IBank bf Australasia had licec' entered di;ring the night and'thie seem of £1048 l0s, principally in notes, stolen ..The 'new township of Reedy Creek,:'ihere o'theo robbery occurred, is sitnated amnongi ome spurs running out from tlthoe Great Dividing Range in a northerly direction. It is about 55 miles from M\elbnirne, and about 10 miles from thle township of Broadford on tlhe -Northl-Eastern line of railway. The hank, like the township, has sprung up quite recently in the neighbourhood of several valuable mining properties which have been discovered in this district. It is a small weatlherboard bnilling at taclied to ?i'ltanus's Reefer's Hotel, at the uipperend of the valley, and lhas been eisuiblishled some .15 monthi. Prior to thisitlid the business was cuur...

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THE WAR IN EGYPT. [ARGUS CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, August 14. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 17 August 1882

lJ[E WVAR IN EGYPT. [anapR S cAiLEGRAM]J LOTNDO, August 14. Arabi Paslia has senst reinfoicernents to the troops assembled nsnr Ismalia. He alsostirengthcned the Egyptian forces at various other points along th Suez Cansl! , Losnoi,, August 15. Accoiding to the latest accounts, the health of Arabi's troops is unfavorable, fever laving bIlnl eon ut in his camp. The wir ,correspoindenlt of .a French newspaper hIs becoi srrestcd at Alexlot dria. :cONDON, August 14. Tb. Sultan has for the last time sum moned Arabi Pasha.to surrender. T'he lattir is sviirned chiat i!f le neglects to obey lie wfill be imnmediately becom .a traitor anid nilist takle the consequences of his obstinate oppovstion, not only to the ivishes 'of the western powers, but to the will of the Porte.-M. Duclerc, the new Presideit of thii Couneil of Ministers, and the present Prenmier of France, has prohibited the lottery in nill of the recent massacres at Alexaindria.-Tliere seems little doubt'bst that the Suez Canal w...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 17 August 1882

FLEMlINGTON CATTLE SXTAS. Wedneeday, Aiigust 10. Messrs. Dal. Cnmpbell and. Co. re port:-Fat Cnttle.-1670 penned, in cluiding one Queensland lotpjbnt only about one-fourth were gbod beef. Prices romain firm for good beef with enr up ward tendency; medium corts about 20s loivie. Prime heavy pens bullocks made ino to £28 1Os; ; cows, to £18 1as. We sold 68 bullocks fronm Kilmany Park to £15 15s, avernging £14 lis 5d; nnd 228 head for Messrs Floddin nott, Boivmana, MiDonold, DIincii Bros., -Rintoul and others at current iates. ?ifessrs. R. Gibson and Co. report : Fat Cattle.-1700 forward for this week's market; qualitynagin indifferent, and the attendance of .hiye. not so largo. All good lots were in demnianl at sliglhtly advanced prices, wihilst otlers fetched late rates. Extra prime bullocks fetched £28. 1Os; .prime, £18 to £20. We sold over 500 head, including Brooks' Bengara. hillocks fromn Parbo, which averaged £10 10s. Fat Sheep.-8000. yaided, beinug9 another. sliort Wupply. The....

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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EUROPEAN ITEMS. [ARGUS AND AGE TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, August 13. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 17 August 1882

EUROPEAN ITEMIS. xaRGUB AND AOGE TELEOGRAI.] LONDON, August 13. General Ignatieff, the well-known Russian statesman and lanto Minister of the Interior, has been arrested by order of the Czar. The cause of th;s action on the part of the authorities is at pre sent unknown, and the intelligence of thle arrest has created great excitement in Russia. The pan Slavic tendencies of tile general are well known, and it is surmised that his arrest is connected with the schemes of tile party who are endeavoring to involve Russia in a war with Germany. Their Royal Highnesscs the Prilnc, and Princess of Wales, will shortly leave, England for tihe Continent. Thleyin tend to make a stay of some weeks at Hamburg in Prussia. LOSNDON, August 14; A conference of the Land League is. being held at Mlanchester. Two hundred English branches have sent represen totives to attend the meetings. Thie Irish Laborers' League whicl was recently established has commenced. an agitation on behalf of the laboring popu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 17 August 1882

1. Macarthuri & Co., ' 'CATTL1E SAIESM[EN, :overnlinent Auctioneers, Valuaitors andu Arblitrtors, 's" .lccinin' and 31oney Brolkers, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. AUCTION SALES of CATTLE, .£. HORSES, Plr:R?, PRODUCE, LAND, &v., held every SA'I' ?D\AY at our Yards in M'Millan-street, IlAINassnAYr, at Bauvran the last Thursday in each month, and at SALR, tMAFFnA and STvsATdronn when commissioned to do so. Account Sales and cash proceeds 'paid over immediately alres are concluded. SOur Agent at Bruthon is Mr. John. Ar chibald. IIAIILIMI nALE A2NUA5. Horse Parade. OUR ANNUAL HORSE PARADE of Blood andl Draught Entirrs, Brood Mares, and the Progeny of smne, will be held at our Sale Yards in Bairnsdalc on Saturday, 2nld September, . ....": " At 11a.m.: harp.: d " Owners cwill please forward to our office the names, aeres. pedigrees, and districts iun which the stallions are to serve, hi order that a correct list may be' Isrepared before _the ,:'s howa day. A . A. MACARTHUR...

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LOCAL INDUSTRIES.—HORSEREARING. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 17 August 1882

LOCAL IN'DUSTIIIES.--I IOISE RIEARIING. (BY AnRCHIMEDES.) In my last communication, I dealt solely on tihe importance, as a local in dustry, horse rearing isto this district, by making it a market which will be attended by purchasers from parts of the world to secure blood and useful stock, and thereby Gippsland is known far and wide, and its standing and wealth are consequently materially en hanced.• Whilst this will be univer sally conceded, it must be admitted that one and all are too ready to aecept the results, and give but little conside ration to the risks to which those oenl gaged in this particular industry are subjected, and the care and attention necessary to devote to their avocation, in order to achieve success. Their first aim is to securesuitable sires and stud matrons, whether it be to produce ani mals for the turf, the road, farm work, or other purposes, and to accomplish this they visit tile various markets, and oftentimesgive a fabulous price for an animal. They t...

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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Thursday, August 17, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 17 August 1882

The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. THURSDAY AND SATURDAY ,MORNING. Bairnsdale, Thursday, Augtst 17, 1882. WE trust we shall now have practical experience of the active sympathy of the present Ministry with the desire of this district to have the Gippsland Lakes permanently opened. On the assurance of our senior member, \Ir. Allan M1'Lean, we are promised that the proceedings of the House will not close this week without the Premier submitting a bill, asking the Assembly to authorise the expenditure of the £60,000 already scheduled in the Loan Bill for that purpose. This assurance on the part of Mr. MI'Lean is, without doubt, given in all due sincerity; he has interviewed the Premier on the subject, and has obtained Sir Bryan O'Loghlcn's distinct pledge that the measure shall be introduced this week. We are not disposed to discredit the honesty of Sir Bryan's intention to re deem the pledge given to the letter, but past experience has demonstrated to us how a very trivial circu...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 17 August 1882

i,'ENEIRAL NEWS. A very ruty accident happened to Mr. Alfred Joys, of 'orwood, on Monday last. When driv?. into Maryborough his lhorse took fright .d bolted throe times. Though his right'an was disabled, he succeeded twice in prc;nting a mishap, but the third time the aionl dashed down a steep hill, and rapidll turning a corner uposet the buggy and hrow Mr. Joyco to the ground. When piokd up he was insensible, and it Was some tise before he recovered. The bodyif a newly-born femalo child was found c the Commercial hotel, Warr nambool,:onSaturday morning, concealed in a bor crered with feathers. Imme diately it vs discovered, the fact was re ported to :tb police, and Sergeant Hamil ton, aftoer, taking inquiries, arrested a young gir nmoed Elizabeth Meroney, who has been a srrant at thile hotel for months past, on sialcion of being implicated. On being interrgated by the sergeant she ad mitted bhin; the mother of the child, and stated that i was only a six months' child, and was sti'-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 17 August 1882

Bairnsdale Club HIotel B.AIRNSDALE. THIS superior Hotel affords superior accommodation forTourists, Commer cial gentlemen and Families. Visitors to the Lat-es can be sure of every convenience S and information. Commodious Private Sitting Rooms. "pCommercial Roonm. "..,?' BS?, mple ooms. Iilliard Room. Hot and Cold Baths. Good Stabling. Wines and Spirits, best quality. Conveyances meet all the steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of tihe Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Colnveyanssce. COBB AND CO.'S Royal lail Coaches. LEAVE Duogan's Hotel, Bairnsdale, for Sale at 10 n.m. daily, Sunday excepted. Return fare, 15e. T. Duaol', Agent. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. O'Reilly's Telegraph Line of Coaches, Rlniig in connection withlr Cobb . Co., TEAVE the booking ofice, Batt's Hotel. BAIRNBDALE, for IBRUTHEN and in tcrmediate places daily, Saturdaysi and Ssun days excepted, at 8 p.m., on arrival of coach from Sale. On Sndays at 10an.m. Fare, as; reteiri, Se. r Thie ab,8ve lirio leave the booking...

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THE YANKEE YARNIST AND THE GERMANY LISTENER. (Liars have need of long memories.) [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 19 August 1882

Tl?E YANKEE YARNIST AND THE OGRIMAN LISTENER. (Liars have need of long memories.) It was at a lonely accommodation house (bush shanty) in the Gippsland ranges between Walhalla and Rosedale, that I met with my champion liar. He was employed by a Long Tunnel share holder to prospect for gold the likely looking neighborhood about Jacob's Creek and the Eaglehawk district, and being driven by stress of weather to take up my quarters for the night at "the German's," I was rather pleased to find for a mate at the tea-table, a tall, lanky, English-speaking individual, whom, at first, I had some difficuity "to place," but afterwards recognised as a white washed Yankee Irishman. In de meanor he was courteous, not to say affable, and speedily relieved me of all necessity in the talking line, being him self of "forty parson power" in that department. He had been in the Crimean war, through the Indian mutiny and the China war; had, in short, been everywhere and done every thing, so that, as I to...

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PERSONAL REMINISCENCES. SPORTING AMENITIES IN A HOT CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 19 August 1882

PEIRSONAL 1 EHIINISC ENCES. 91`(1fTN( AUR\ITINH~ I\ 110 'nl(SKIU, '8 0111 I--d\ fool 1aes moan(+w 141'1livh I" ,ollY d a111 (4sllS11lted Victim of It llo$Ss, tl184alsnlaRolhk4' shot inl a hattno, tlvirliU1 aloft on Iho muaallo of his hrvc ehloaadde a shot-tonn\ 111101slt, UII t l144 tll dý- %I fool I" orle(1a tho a Thaqateut. apoanani1t omaraal No clump of tussocky rushes where he had no businese to be. " By Jove ! old fel low, that was a near thing 1 I'm awfully sorry, but I could not resist the temptation." " Your Excellency must excuse my rapping out a bit; but it wasn't the nicest thing in the world to do." " Nice be blowed I 'Twas a d-d foolish thing, and I'm thoroughly ashamed of myself. However, I can re place the hat ; the hend I could not so easily-and now, having eased our minds, suppose we " liquor up." Hlere's some good stuff in my flask." And they liquored up. Scene-Nambrok lagoon, late in the " Sixties." Dramatis Personm : Sir H. Manners-Sutton, K.C.B., Governor of Vic...

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 19 August 1882

MEl.hIOURNsE STATION PRODUCE L?AICEET. Wednesday, August 10. THI NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND lIER1 OANTILE AGEINCY COMPANY LIMITED re port: Wool.-Seeing that the home wool trode is in a healthy state according to the Intest advices, and that the English harvest is an exceptionally good one, we may reasonably look for good competition and firm rates, pro vidintg no disturbing influences result from the Egyptian difficulty. - She pskins.-Lnam skins, 2s to 2s 7jd each; butchers' skins, 4s to Os cd do; dry skins, 2s' 3d to 5s do; station skins, in bales, 4dd to 7d per lb. ides.--Prices :-Green ox hides, 1gs to :0 each ; green cow hides, up to 2Id poe lb ; calf skins, 3d to 31d do ; Now Zeland hides, up to 41d do; kip hides, 2}d to 3d do; Victorian saltedl hides, 3d to ,hd do; do extra -heavy, up to 4}d do. Lcather.-Crop, heavy, ut to 13d pecr lb; crop, lIght 8dI to 9.d do; kip, Is 3ct to I? ad do; runners, Is 5d to Is Gd dlo; calf, 2s to 2s. 10d do; waxed kangaroo, ls Gd to 2s Sd do; brown, is...

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LEAVES FROM A JOURNALIST'S DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 19 August 1882

LEAVES FROMI A JOURNALIST'S DIARY. (Br ARncHIEDES.) One other incident connected with my early experiences as a journalist also occurred in Monmoutlshiro, and one, too, of a most sensational cha racter, and at the time created quite a commotion, more especially in and near-- the principal actors in the drama living in that town and within a mile and a half of it. The story may, possibly, be familiar to a few of my readers, as I have previously published it in another form in a Gippsland journal, and it may likewise recall the incidents to the memory of any person who hails from the south of " Taffy's Land," but I am sure that to the large majority of the readers of The Bairns dale Advertiser it will be quite fresh. I shall therefore, give an outline of the occurrence under the heading or title of The Stolen Will. CHAPTER I. TiE GLE.? The Glen, or Burnt House as it was sometimes called, situated within three miles of -- in Monmouthshire, was the country seat of the Hoen. WV. Penderga...

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 19 August 1882

SIIPWPING NEWS. The ketch Warhawk crossed the bar out wards yesterday for Melbourne. The schooner Mraffra was sighted off the Entrance yesterday, and was towed in im mediately on arrival. The Maffra arrived at the Btirnsdale wharf last night in tow of the p.s. Lady of the Lake. Captain Limschou reports that he left Mel borne on Tuesday, the lath inst., passed through the Heads at 7.30 p.m. same day, rounded the Promontory at 7 p.m. on Wed nesday, and hove to off the Entrance at mid night on Thursday. On Friday forenoon was towed over the bar, and after landing some cargo at Cunninghame came on to Bairns. dale. Fresh N. winds and laoderate weather were met with to the Glcnnies, when calm and contrary winds set in for 12 hours, fol. lowed by moderate N. and W. winds till aor rival. There are now two good navigable chan nels at the Entrance.

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THROUGH WEAL AND THROUGH WOE. CHAPTER III. (Continued.) NEW ACQUAINTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 19 August 1882

THROUGH WEAL AND THROUGH WOE. By c. E. C. CHAPTER III. (Continued.) NEW ACQUAINTANCES. - What a crowd," said Pickles in a lowered voice to Edna, " suppose we clear." , No, certainly not; I should like to be introduced to them." '.I am going. Frank Montgomery is outside." This young gentleman was a great friend of the girls, but Pickles knew him before in Australia. "Here's fun," cried she, as she shook hands. " All the Woodvilles are inside and Mr. Aubrey." "s Swells, no doubt I" " No; Mr. Aubrey seems stuck up, but she seems delicate. But they seem passable-onlZ passable. Frank, there's such fun coming on ; we're to have a hop, and who do you think is going to rattle the bones ?" ' Well?" ," That new friend of Lucy's and Aunt Edith's, Lena Hewlet." "That dark girl I saw with Lucy on Saturday ?" " Yes, I can't bear her." " Why not ?" "i She is so abominably proud, and she is only a draper's daughter, too." " You always find that," said Frank, thoughtfully; ,"I don't know why." Well,...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Saturday, August 19, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 19 August 1882

The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURsDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Saturday. August 10, 18s2. In tile supplemnent whichl we issue with to-day's publication will be found the first instalment of a now tale, " The Stolen WVill," which appears under tihe lheading "Leaves fromu a Journalist's Diary." "Through Weal and Through Woe" is continued, and there are some sketches of " Personal Reminiscences," and other reading matter. It will be seen by our Maffra stock reports tlhat the market yesterday wa~s barely supplied with store stock, but notithstanding that fact prices wore easier. We have received two communican tions relative to the Riverine-street question, blit as each is couched in language not likely to benefit the cause of those who object to the street being reduced in width, and is teeming with personal abuse of a most vindictive character, we hiave consigned both to tihe waste paper basket. At the Police Court yesterday befora Dr. Morrisnn and Messrs. Dreverm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 19 August 1882

BAtIRNSDALE POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOrS. For Elmu Vale, Fernbansk, Stratford, Sale .nd Melbourne, daily (Sundays excepted) at 9.30 a.m. Letters bearing additional two penny stamp taken to 0.45 a.m." For Buchan, Bendoe and Delegate, every Friday at 8 p.m. For Ensay, Swift's Creek, Omeo and Teongo, every Mlonday; Wednesday and P Friday at 8 p 5m.' For Samfield and Uln "-3 n. every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday at 8 p.m. For Cunningham, every Monday, Wed and Friday at 8 p m. For Tambo and Nicholson Punts, Swan Reach and Metung., very Monday, Wed tlisday and.Friday at-8 p.m. For Coongulmerang (Lindenow Flat) every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdihy.?at 9.30 a.m. .----..--For.-Bulumwaal (Boggy -Creek) every Saturday at 8 a.m. `, ForiToonaloook (Noewland's Banclsvater) SWednesday and Saturday at :0.0 a.m. For Ntewmerella? and Orbost (Snowy River), every Friday at8 p.m. Hours of Attendance-Post office, a.m. to 6 p.m.; ,Money-order office, 10 a.mi:to 3' . p.n?, Saturdays .10 a.m. to 12 noon;- Tel...

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 19 August 1882

MIN'ING .NOrES. Th're shareholders if'tho Great Success mine airei notified tlhat unless the calls on their shares are paid by the l23rd inst. Ithir shares, according to tile Act, are absolutely forfeited. Tile mining mtanager of tile Great Success .Q.G.M. Co. reports under date 16th Atugust :-Have been sinklingthe shaft for the lost three days,. and lave put it dowli anitliter five feet,:malcing a total depth of 57d feet. I shall com menice early liet weekle to put in a drive. The managing director of the oew Good Hope Q.G.M. Co. reports for the wveek inidi!ig Aigust 12 ":-Theo hori zontal traniwnv has been laid up to tlte hiopper site. Ti'h a main hopper at tile junction, of horizontal with the incline tramwa'y is also well advawnced. Thi contractors commenred getting in tlhe hIeavy sleepers for the incline tramway this week. I visited the mine during the week, and freom tile forward state ot the work, I have every rneason to believe that by thle eodl of tthe month we shall be abl...

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