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Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 August 1882

Latest Intelligence. S BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH ] I(rsoWr OUsR OWN CORRiE5PONDENT.) I MELBOURNE;, SMonday Night. Donald M'Lellan, "an inspector of works and railways, in the receipt of a salary of £250 per -year, was arrested to-day on the chargo of forging the name of Groom to a Government pay sheet. He' Was allowed £70 a year for Groom, who was paid only £1 per week, and regularly signed Groom's name in tli books as an acknowledgment for the receipt in full of the amount.. The dis covery was made through Groom apply ingfor an increase of wages. I' Rabbits are rapidly increasing in the Wimmera, and Swan. Hill. districts. The staff of officials engaged in their extermination will shortly be increased. Bisulphide and carbon will be used in stead of phoosphlrised ojats. :; . Tihe case of Dyson against the Union Bank. is -which the plaintiff sued=for £750 for the wrongful; disholior of cheque, the jury gase a verdict for £250. Johln Houlihan, licensee of ,tlhe Oriental Hotel, and who hasl...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GAZETTE NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 August 1882

GAZETI'E NOTIFICATIONS. App'ointment.-lfuery William Kirwannto be assignee of insolvent estates. for the Enetern Insolveney District, noting at Bairns. snl. . lRuns Liable to Forfeiture.-Unless the rents due on the following runs be paid by the 14th September, together with penalties at the rate of £2 per diem for every dlay in arrear, the runs will be declared forfeited : Dcighton, MIibost, Tibbnt, Onrryong, Junc Ltion's leadlows. .. Applicntions for Licenses Approved.-H]. \V. Sechuson, 213o, Tasibo; Daniel Niall, and William Jeffray, 12a and 7a, respectively 31yrtleford. Application not Granted.-Peter M'Allister, 50a, Ynmbulln, open for selection lost Septem bar at 9 a.m. Application for Grant" Ajijprovcd.--Jane Whyte,.5a Or 84p, Hinnomnnjie. ' Postponement of Courts.--The Counrty Court and Court of Mines aplpointcd to be held at Omeo:onr Tuesday the 29th Auguste are postponed until Thursday thie 20th October at 10 a'm. Insolvency IMeeting.-ln the" estate of T. and H. Yeats at the...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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SALE CATTLE MARKET. Monday, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 August 1882

IF1,: CAI'I'TI,.I MARK E1'. I'nlI ('alit, ...... None good A iillwwartl "11'1P slItily uInoiik', We tw~il£ I11an 11t" 111\t,11111 11111111'iA 11,1 (s 'In '1'~ i4 12 4'1 i11 £71 uthi aHttit ,C7 lIts to ;68 :' iutr~li, X tN-o £It :n to Cu 7t tinse brisk at late quotations. Sales Buggy pairs, £50; hacks, £4 to £8. Sheep fira. Sales-Fat merinos, 9s; lambs, 10s; store wethers, 7s; Ilamis, Is 7d. Privately, owes and lambs, 8a 6d. Pigs.-Fat brisk,:4d to, 5d per lb. Stores, fair inquiry. We. yarded 250 and cleared all. ,. Messrs. English, Peoktand .Co.::rs-. port :--Ft Cattle.-Vary few forward, all inferior,' wich sold-?ili ?,lck, £6 10s to £8'5s:?' coiws, £4'i 0s to'£7'5sr' Good bullocks 'can ?be readily' sold atn prices from £9, 0s to £13, according to quality idwelight. :;Store. Cattle. As the weatheri keeps' dry, prices thii week are a little ?aslser but this is'only tcempoiary, and we expect a great r il?mand shortly. At Maffia, on Friday, ibullocls sold from £4 lOs' t £5 a;8.; cows, £...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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THE NEW STEAMER TAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 August 1882

THE INEW STEAMER TAMBO. On Saturday last steam was got up for thie first time ;on board the new steamer Tambo in order to see how the engines would work. The work of fit ting the engines and machinery, has been done in the most expeditious man noer by Mr. Andrew Young, fromn" Messrs. MisCall, Anderson and Co.'s establish ment, Melbourne; and that hl and his assistants have done the work well was amply proved by the manner, in which the engines worked. A few gentlemen were on board, and a trip up the river for about a mile and a half was made, tile pressure of steam at no time ex ceeded 40 lb. All on board were well pleased with tho easy masnnea in which the -machinery worked, considering it was the_ first time that it had been put: in motion, and the general impression was that the Tambo will prove a valu able acquisition to the Lakes' fleet'of steamers. Captain Macalpino was con gratulated on all hands, and wishes for a prosperous career for the steamer, and a profitable business f...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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EUROPEAN ITEMS. [ARGUS AND AGE TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 August 1882

EUIIOPEAN ITEMS. [ARUS AND AGE. TELEGRAMS.], LooNDN,- August 18. A rebellion, organised by foreigners;' has broken out in Corea, and the king and queen have been murdered by the rebels. The Japanese Goverinient. has several men-of-war to"th'e spot, in" order to protect their emnbassy, which is ~ me naced by.the insurgents;' A national fund has bhis starited ii Ireland: for the purpose 'f j-lfiig , the Irish members of Parli ient'fori thoii services.: A fuiid has beenir rganised'inhIrelaiid, under po?verful auspices, to iassist. the tenants against the Laid Corporation, recently established by a number of Irish landlords. Mr. Parnell is a director of the fund. ;.: At Coug, in Connaught, a family of four persons have been shot in cold blood on suspicion of being informers against: persons : nccused u.of agrarian crimes. The ouse s here the faniily resided was surrounded by a party of men connected with the local land league, who deliberately fired at their victims. The army reserves w...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MITCHELL TENT, I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 August 1882

At a meeting of the Independent Order of Rlechabites, Mitchell Tent, Bairnsdale, on ;Thursday evening last, tile C.R., MIr. A. Macarthur, stated that lie had received from tile members of the Father Matthew Tent, Sale, all elegant gold locket pendl,.nt, suitably inscribed, for presentation to Mr. J. W. Baker. ,vho lhaes lately come to reside in Bairns dale, and who, for the past 12 years, lhas been a valued member and esteemed officer of tile order at Sale. Mr. Macarthur then,. addressed Mr. Baker, who was present as a joining member of the Bairnsdale tent, remarking, that it was an exceedingly pleasant duty hle hlad been entrusted with, viz., that of formally preseinting Bro. Baker, on behalf of the Sale tent, with tile very: handsome sotvenir as a token of the real respect and esteenm in wbicblh le was held by hIis brethren in thlatplace. Thie C.R. then handed the recipient the testimonial, and concluded by expressing the great satisfaction lhe felt in welcoming Bro. Baker to Bali...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 August 1882

; C GENERAL NEWS, ir. Alexander Buchanan, of Titanga, near Camperdown, died early on Friday morning at his resdidice. The deceased gntloman, whvlo occupied the position of president of the ;Hampdon Shire Council fo. tho past three years, was much re spected, and his death has caused general regret. An ge, telegram from Numurkah on Friday night :states that the last down crain to that place the previous night met with an accident whilst passing the points to the passenger siding at Congupna sta tion. The carriage next the van was thrown off the rails, but fortunatoly.what might have been a disastrous 'ccident resulted in slight damage only. One of the passen gers, Mr. Chas. Brooks, of Numurkah, is reported to be injured, but not seriously. The train was delayed 50 minutes. The doad body of a newly-born male child was found on Friday night near the Model schools, Spring-street, Melbourno, by two men, named Percy Baker and Alfred Levy. The -body .was destitute of any clothing, and was ...

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OUR OMEO LETTER. Friday, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 August 1882

OUR OM?EO LETrTER. (FROM OSUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Friday, August 18. At the Orneo Court of Petty Sessions to-day, before Messrs. Coughlan and Easton, J's.P., a revision court was held and the rolls.revised.-Lyon v. Murcutt: this was a case to recover £3 2s id for goods sold ' nd: delivered. It appeared that defendant was a police-constable stationsd at Grant, and, who had- been previously tsitidned" 'at Omeo~--:TThe summons had been sent to defendant to serve ion' lhimself, asfilieiwisa:tlio' nly; constable within 16 miles of Grant, but the bench would--not-nccept the- servico as being good and ordered that it be served from Dargo by the constable stationed there. .The case was adjourned iiuntilntihe ts i j flif'e-ir"L~er_ R Tili noitt W.. Cof ey (thle youigeir) :cation to rdcovoer 2 Is 2d,4for work and labor done. Defendant admitted owing por tion only' of the odebt. Verdict for the amount, costs 5s ; in default distress. The.court thou adjourned . lDog poisoning.hnasbecome very fr...

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THE WICKLIFFE MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 August 1882

'II[E WICIIAFFE M IJIURERI. Ilobert Francis Burns, tile man who was acquitted on Friday last on thie charge of murdering Charles Forbes, at Deep Lead, was brought before tile City Court on Snturday, on a second charge of murdering Michael Quinlivan, at Wilcliffe, near Glen Thompson, in the Hamnilton district, in July, 1880. It will be remembered that upon Burns's acquittal lhe was immediately re-arrested by Detective Brown oni the present lcharge. It appears that the body of Quinlivan was found with a fractured skull in a paddock at Reedy Oreekl,the fatal injury having been apparently in tictd with somue blunt instrument. Thie body hail:apparently: lain whelre it wios discovered for. somne weoeks,-but though' tihe coronor' ajury r?ieturned :a verdict of wilful inirder, it was niot nitil Buirns' sairertforlT thls Deep Load crimie that?fuspieiho fell iupon h·im through its:being, :remeiibered thalln lid?i ?idbbeen Quinlivan's maia.'lisforEo hisis " disapear nsice, s well~as from other...

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WRECK OF THE FEAR NOT. (ARGUS TELEGRAM.) PORT ALBERT, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 August 1882

WHRECK O? THilE FElAR ClT. /(Ainous UTLEOAM ) SPOInT OinUT riday. Tli?esehooner Fear Not was wrecked on Hogan's Grolsj on Tuesday, 25th July, and the: crew state that they, saw the Govern'ment steimnr Despatchl pass on the following day, but Captain Dunrk Icy's diary had one figure in advance all through; hence the fdiit that tlhe 27th was namedl in the captain's diary for Wednesday, in lieun of the 26th. It was Wednesday, thile 26th, when the Despatch passed the shipwrckled men without seeing them. They were there from twp o'clock oii the0minorning of Tues day, the.25th of July, until the morning of Thursday, 10th inst., they saw another steamer pass them at some considerable distance, but failed to attract attention. It Iad a black funnel with white top, and was' supposed to be one of.:Hoiward Smith's steamers "

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THE WAR IN EGYPT. [AGE CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 August 1882

THE WAR IN EGYP1T' [AGE CABLEOGRAM.] LoNDON, August 17. Sir Garnet WVolseley has decided not to attack Kafradaur from the direction of Alexandria. Tihe position being one of great strength, the plan of operations is to endeavor to outflank Arabi's army by advancing from Abukir. ' With this view, the English tro6ps,are iow being transportid' from Alexandria to'Abukir Bay. The attack will not be under taken 'until ilthe cavalry reginmsent reach Abukir, when the offensive will be at once assumied, iaiid a vigoious effort made to dislodge Arabi, and cut off his retreat into the interior.-'Cherif Pasha, who wis commissioned by tlie Khedive to form a new Ministry, has obtained the assistance of Riaz Pashn, and they will co-operate in the formation of a Cabinet. It is thought that the new Ministry will be well disposed towards Europeans, and that it will command the confidence 'of the powers generallvy -A number of Russian emissaries are now in Constantinople busily engaged in intriguing a...

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PASSAGE OF THE R.M.S. CLYDE THROUGH THE SUEZ CANAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 August 1882

SPASSAGE OF TIHE R.MSI. CLYDE THROUGI[ 'IE SUEZ CANAL. The following account of the pasagse'of the E.M.S. Clyde, which has just arrived with the English msil,'woo telegracphed to the At-ges by its Adelaide correspondent: The commanders of all the P. ond O. fleet in the direction of Egypt had inetruc tions to drop Alexandria from their list, of calling places. The'effscet of this upon the passenger list of the l.t.S. Clyde was very marked, there being an unsatisfactory array of empty state rooms. It would seem from the statement of the ofeicers that the'p~a senger carrying trade bhasi ahppr'ecially diminished since !thoe beginninig of the troubles in Egypt. Sit of .the P.i and O. Company's steamers have pbeen chartered by the Imperial Goverament as transports for 'the conveyance of troops to tho scene of the dioturbances. The vessels chartered in London are the Carthage and Thamens, and in India the Tanjore, Hydaspes, IKhiva, and Zambesi. Before the Clyde left Gravesend she wos suppl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 August 1882

A., Macarthur & Co., ATTLE SALESMEN, "overnment Auctioneers, Valuators and Arbitrators, i1nihng and Money Brokers, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. A UCTION SAl:. - of CATTLE, HORSES, P1Gb, PRODUCE, LAND, &c., held every SATURDAY at our Yards in M'Millan-street, BAIRNsDALE, at GRunTaN the last Thursday in each month, and at SALS, MAPPRA and STRATFORD when commissioned to do so. Account Sales and cash proceeds paid over immediately sales are concluded. Our Agent at Bruthen is Mr. John'-ir chibald. t JAIRNwNDALE: ANNUAL,. Horse Parade. 0bR ANNUAL HORSE PARADE of Blood and Drought Entires, Brood Ilares,'and the Progeny of 'same; willtbe held at our Sale Yards in Bairnsdale on Saturday, 2nd, September, At 11 a.ni. sharp. Owners 'will please forward to our ofice the names, ages, pedigrees, and districts in which the stallions are to serve, in order that a correct list may be prepared before the show day. ow day. A. IMACARTHUR & CO., Auctioneers and Cattle Baloesmecn...

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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, August 22, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 August 1882

The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNLOG. Bairnsdale, Tuesday., A?ugusrt 22. 1882. AT the meeting held on Saturday, to initiate a testimonial to Mr. P; O. Moroney, iMr. W. S. Ross referred to a matter which, if not absolutely necessary to engage the immediate active interven tion of tile Railway League, most cer tainly demands watchfulness on their part. The subject alluded to by Mr. Ross was the evident intention on the part of the Minister of Railways to make a deviation in tile route of the Heyfield to Bairnsdale railway, whereby Lindenow would be completely left out in tie cold. When the section of the Railway Bill which provides for the construction of this line was under consideration in com mittee, an Iallusion was made to thlere being an evident disposition that the line should follow the telegraph line instead of going as at first proposed from Strat ford to the Deep Water mornss. Ac cording to Mr. Ross, tile survey party, after hlaving surveye...

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Commercial. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 August 1882

Commllercial. BIAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MIARKET. Monday, August 22. Messrs. A. ~MACARTaUn and Co. report : We yarded and sold on Saturday aboutl0] head of mixed cattle and over 30 horses, every head of which was readily sold. The attendance was very large, and the bidding for marketable lots was very keel. Good store cattle is the chief feature in every mar. ket now, and much dissatisfaction is ie.pressed by intending buyers at settlers and stock owners selling privately from the stations to down country dealers, as there can be little doubt but those who thus sell part with their profits to the dealer, as the stock are at once placed upon the nmarket and fetch 25 to 30 per cent. advance upon the cost price. Owners can thoroughly depend upon the market as it is very lively and likely to con tinue so. We sold a mob of mixed cattle be longing to the estate of the late Mr. Prott, of MIossifaee, at for steers £4 ls, cows £3 Os, beifers £2 16s, yearlings to 22s; also amixed lot by order of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 August 1882

Bairnsdale Club Hotel BAIRNSDALE. THIS superior Hotel affords superior accommodation for Tourists, Commero eial gentlemen and Families. Visitors to the Lakes can boe sure of every convenience and information. SCommodious Private Sitting Roomo. Commercial Room. Sample Booms. Billiard Room. Hot and Cold Baths. Good Stabling. ,.Wine?a and Spirits, best quality. "'_ Convoyances meet all the steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Conveyaances. COBlJ AND CO.'S Royal Mail Coaches. L EAVE Ducgan's Hotel, Bairnsdale, for Sale at 10 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted. IReturn fare, 15s. T..DUGGANe Agent. "ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. O'Reilly's TelegraphLine -of Coaches Ruoinig in connection arith Cobb 4: Co.; LEAVE the booking office, Batt's Iotel, . BAnNSDALE, for BRUTHEN and in. ternediate places daily, Saturdays and Son tlars excepted, at 8, p.m. on arrirel.of coach from sale. On Studayns atl0.in. Fare, 5s'; return; 8. " '" The above line leave the booking off...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

L OST, Stolen or Strayed, a block MARE, branded Ci on the near shoulder. £1 reward will be given on riturning some to H. Woods, sn gging party, Tambo. The mare was lost from O'Brien's reserve. WTANTED by a steady, young Journey. man, employment in Saddler's shop. Apply to No. 6. Pelham-street, Carlton, Mel bourne. ITANTED, a ood general SERVANT. Apply to lers. PITTS. TWANTED, a female COOK or general SERVANT. Apply Mrs. J. C.AL VTERT, Lindenos. T O CARRIERS.--Wanted, TEAMS to ldeliver sawn timber at lairnsdale and Stratford. Apply Carron Sawvmills, Delvine, Fernhank. T O LET, an Office, in Service-street, or, it dsiredl, suitable premises for a small busines.s would be erected. Full iniformation on application to MI. ZnELiuS. 3Itaslla;: Iriciad. IF this should meet the eye of THOMIAS MILLER, lately employed at Tongio stotion, he is urrently relquested to commt . nicoate with A. W. Saniders, Omeo. Impor. J:tl isallge F[ri eld. halti. IF thi* should meet the eye of ABRAIIAM NICIHOLS, ...

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COMPOUNDING A FELONY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

COMIPOUNDI)NG A FELONY. A case of compounding a felony, and the first, at any rate for some consider able time, which has been tried in this district, will be heard to-morrow at the Police Court. ' From the facts as we can gather, it appears that on the 9th July Mr. John Moore gave information to the police that a bullock of his had been skinned, and the skin was traced to the tanner's. Being advised to take action le went away ostensibly for that purpose, but subsequently returned and informed the police that he had squared the mntter. From facts which" came under Superin tendent KiRbat's notice, he found that the hide, valued at 15s, had been sold for £15, and he consequently directed that proceedings on summons should be instituted, against Moore, and the case will be heard to-morrow. We learn that a Chinaman named AlI Haing, on the flat below Picnic Point, has taken 100 bushels to the acre of maize off his two paddocks, a result which will enable him to-clear over £700. The Argu...

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FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, August 23. Messrs. Dal. Campbell and Co. re port :-Fat Catttle.-1860 penned, in cluding 220 Queenslandcrs. Good and prime beef was scarce, and, for such ttere was no change in price, but medlium and inferior were easier. We sold 95 bullocks from Kilmany Park, averaging £12 ; 27 bullocks for Mr. W. H. C. Thomson, Olydebank, averaging £15 2s 6d; and a hunidred heand for Mlessrs. Hoddinott, Montgomery, Fraser, De sailly and others at current rates. Messrs. R. .ibson and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-1860 forward, nearly all Irons Victoria. The demand was good, and fully last week's high rates were maintained, prime showing an advance. We sohl 450 head, including a large dralt from Qneensland. We quote priltme pens of bullocks, £16 to X18; good, £C12 to £14. Fat Sheep.-Another short supply, viz., 0000. Thee demand was brisk, nlate prices were readily ob tained. We sold 1600, mostly cross breds, up to 25s per head.

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CUNNINGHAME Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 August 1882

OUNNINGiiMMI, Wednesday Evening. Mr. Zelius has just returned from the scene of the wreck of the Glengarry, and I learn that if the weather prove fine, they will be ready to proceed with float ing the schooner next Tnuesday or Wed nesday.

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