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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
SECOND DAY. ALL-AGED STAKES, of 1b sovs., one mile, weight for age. PONY RACE, of i5 sovs.; one mile; catch weights; 14 hands and under; post entry. OMEO PLAINS HANDICAP of 20 soas.; one mile and a half; weights night of first days' races, IGth March ; acceptance, 1 sov., at scale. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, of 20 sovs., two miles, 8 jumps, Sft. Gin. Acceptnnces, with 10s, 11th March; balnnce night of general entry. CONSOLATION HANDICAP, of 10 sors., one mile; post entry. Accepta?les for Shire' Handicap and Hurdle Race, with colors, must be in the hands of the Secretary, Post office, Om eo not lterr than 8 p.m. 11th March. V.R.C. rules. Qualification 1 guinea. Three entries for each event or no race. No pro test will he entertained unless accompanied by 1 soy. and lodged in the hands of the see retary in writing within 15 minutes after the race. Should the protest be deemed fri volous, the amount to be forfeited to the race fund. The decision of the stewards in all cases of dispute shall...
OMEO Annual Race Meeting. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, 16th and 17th MARCH, 1882. President, Thos. Easton. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
OMEO Annual Race Meeting, THURSDAY and F.RIDAY, IfLh and. 7th IMAtna., 1882. , President, Thos. Easton. Stcwards-O. Young, T. M'Nnamara, Geo. Worcester, H. Gray, J. IPendergast, C. Rodgers, If. Faithful. . Judge, O. Young.. Starter, J. P'eudergast. lon. Treasurer, It. G. Davis.
PROGRAMME. (First race to start at 12.30 sharp.) [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
IPROGRiAMME. (First race to start at 12.30 sharp.) MAIDEN PLATE, of 10 sovs., 1½ miles, weight for age, for all horses that have never won an advertised prize. SELLING HACK RACE. of 8 sove., win ner toabe sold for Q12, 1 mile, not less thanf . 8st., post entry, 10s; any surplus to go to the race fund. LINDENOW HANDICAP, of 21 sors., sweep, 20s, two miles. FARMERS' PURSE HANDICAP, of 13. sovs., sweep, 20s, 1l miles. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, of 15 soves., sweep, 20s, a miles, over 8 flights of hurdles. CONSOLATION HANDICAP, of 7 sors.. 1 mile. forall beaten horses during the meeting. N'ominations for the Lindenow Handicnp, Farmers' Pumse llandicap, and Handicap Hurdle Race, ancompanied in eacih case by £1, will be received by the hon. sccretary,r at the Farmers' lomae Hotel, Lindenow Filat, up till 8 p.m. of Tuesday, the 14th of ,March. Weights will be pIblished on 21st March. Acceptances. aecompanied by balunce of fees and qualificntions, and the nasme, age, colour, and pedigree of tie ...
LINDENOW FLAT ANNUAL RACES. ANNUAL RACES Thursday, 30th March, 1882. Stewards. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
TLINDENOW FLAT ANUAL RACEN. Thursday, 30th March, 1882. -Stewards. Alexander Smith, E. Saunders, J. Whit bourne; G. Telfer, D. Hill, J. Cowell, T. Sheean, Jas. rIncfarland, T. Warren, H. Wood. ,iHn. Treasurer, V. S. Ross;, Starter, B. Saunders; Judge,. T. 3. lBurt ; Clerk of Scales, G. Telfer; Clerk of Course, T. Burnett; Handicapper, A. T. Hill; Hon. Secretary, Frank Holloway. ,
The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, March 7, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnssdale, Tuesday, March 7, 1582. TnE meeting convened to be held at the shire hall on Saturday afternoon, "at the request of ratepayers of the shire," terminated in a perfect fiasco. Notwithstanding the importance it was sought to attach to the meeting, and the benelicent scheme for the re division of the shire -which it had been alleged would be submitted, barely a dozen persons put in an appearance, and of those present it was soon appa rent that but two or. three were iden tified with the maturely planned scheme hinted at, and'those who were identi fied with it were of too diffident and retiring a character :to parade their eloquence in public, or else they were, like the meteors of the theatrical world, disinclined to appear before a scantily attended house. After gazing regretfuly around and counting noses, they sought to obtain an adjournment for a week, trusting by-that time to beat up their forces, b...
PROSPECTUS of the Sons of Freedom Quartz Mining Company. (No liability), Boggy Creek, Bairnsdale, North Gippsland. Capital, £6000, in 24,000 shares of Five Shillings each. Provisional Directors. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
of the Sons of Freedom Quartz MIining Company, (No liability), Boggy Creek, fairnsdale., North Gippsland. Capital, £6000, In 24,000 shares of, Five Shillings each. Provisional Directors. Mr. J'. !;B Hesley. Bairnsdale; Mr. N. Hol lensen, .Wy. Yung; Mr. P. Mennell, Bairnsdale; Mr. :Taaschke, Boggy Creek; Mr. C. Swan, jan., Bairnsdale. Manager pro teom., Mr. W. Whalley:. Bankers, Bank of Australasia, Bairnsdale. Solicitob, Mr. E; GCo. G. Sandford; Temporary offices, 0 90 lain-.stroot, Bairnsdale. T HIS mine was first opened up by pri vate enterprise ..,out 10 years ago, and subsequently put into a company of local shareholders. The work was carried on with varied success for a period of years, the qiuartz crushed from a reef aver ing Oft. wide showing a yield of from 12 to 25dwts. nor ton. The reef runs north-rwest and south-east, has a westerly underlay, is well defined, and proved to adepth of IOft.; The old company, who commenced with a capital far too small for the enterprise, sun...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
APPLICATIONS, in writing, aro invited up.toThursday, the 16th inst., for the ofllce of LIBRARIAN. to the Bairnisdalo IMechanics' Institute. Particulars as to salary and duties can be obtained from the heon; se., Mr. J. T'rrrno; Main-st. ; , j WT ANTED immediately, 100 bags of CHARCOAL. Apply J, A. T?rionR. SANTED. a smart BOY as hpprentice to general blacksmith. Apply to Joie1 MosLrv and , SoN, Coachbuilders, Bairnsdalo. IW ANTED, steady MAN ;(light weight), accustomed to pack' saddle work; suit a married couple (wife housework). Apply up' t. Saturday, 4th March,, to Chas. 'etersen'su'Club Hotel, Bairnsdale, or'to tihe mail stables, llruthen.-W- . 3. .BLACK. -'ANTED TNOWN.-Morrow's Sta tionery and Book Depot and Gene ml Noews Agency; Bairnsdale.-Indiun Tea wholesale and retail. JAs. MORROW, agent, Kentucky Tobacco, wholesale and retail. JAMES Monuow,-agent. Fuinelersl lotice. I?HE friends of the late Rev. E. W. F. HARTEIANN are respectfully in vited to follow his remains to their la...
ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE QUEEN. London, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
A' I'E?II5iED ASSASSINATION OF T'IE QUEEN. London, March 2. Her Majesty the Queen ndl Princess Beatrice left London this afternoon for Windsor Castle, arriving at the Windsor rail way station at 6 o'clock. While driving from the station to Windsor Castle, a miser able looking man fired a revolver at Her M?ajety, but the shot fortunately did inot strike any of the Royal party. The man was immediately arrested. - The crime isasup. posed to have no political significance. The man who fired at the Queen is named Lh'Lenn, and is 27 years of age. After his arrest he was senclhed, and one of Colt's American-made revolvers was found upon him. Two of the chambers had been dis. charged, but two others were loaded. Tihe prisoner stated 'that hunger was the cause of his attempt to assassinate Heor Majesty. The Princess Beatrice, who was driving with lHer Majesty, saw the prisoner fire the revolver, and was greatly alarmed - Lolidon, March iB. M?Lean, who was arrested yesterday for attemlping to...
LATE LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
LA'I'E LUAL AND GENERAIU . Pressure on our space has compelled us at the last moment to held over a largeo alount of matter, which will ap pear in our next. At the Wesleyan Church to-night the Rev. It. Brown will lecture on " Heads and Faces." Tenders for erecting Mr. Whit bourne's building must be in by noon to morrow. In another column we recordthe sad. news of the untimely death by drosning of the Rev. E. W. F. IHartman'n, In cumbent of St. John's Episcopallan Church, Baircsdale,. The rev. gentle uan was I40 )years of age, and had been stationed in Ilairnsdatlo nearly thlce years. IIc was ordained .in 1877, antl was at \\alhalla before cominag here. lie had, it is stated, something like a lrcsentimlet that evil would befall him on his journey and returned more than once after starting to say good byo again to his family. 'There were no marks of any external injury either on deceased's head or body, and death, no doubt, resulted from drowning. Deceased wooa a good swimmor. At the ...
THE FORTHCOMING AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
T'IIE FOIITI'COI I?G AG RICUL 'I'URAL SHOW. A meeting of the committee of the Bairns dale Pastoral and Agricultural Society was held at Payne's hotel on Saturday afternoon last at 4 oclock. Prescnt-tlMr. D. Davis (President). in the chair, and Messrs. BeIsley, J. Calvert, It. Cochrane, Filmer, A. T. Hill, A. J. Macleod, W. S. Iloss, Secbusen, Sil rester, Simpson, A. Smith, J. A. Taylor. Whallley, andl IH. Woods. Mr. Ilill, in rising to move the resolution of which he had given notice, that in the case of all premier exhlibits at the forthcom ing ngricultumil show, foreign judges should adjudicate, said that this question involved thle very life or death of the society. If local judges were appointed few exhibits would come forward, and some of their best members would withdraw, whilst if they had judges from a distance harmony would pre vail and success result. No nmtter how good local judges msight be, they were lwvays sup. I posed to be biassed, and this was the case, not only in ...
V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. MELBOURNE, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
V.R.C. AUTUMN MIEETING. MELBOURNE, SSaturday Evening. Trherde was a good attendance at Flemington to-day, the first day of the" Victorian Racing Club's Autumun meetiing. , The weatherwas fine and the sport was'good. The defeat of Darebilx in the St. Leger wras not apparently a great suriprise, as many were evidently prepared' for :it, the demonstration in Commotion's favor at the finish of the race showing that the son of Panic was well supported. 'The following are the results :- HANDICAP HURDLE IACE. ' '- About 'two miles. 1'Lnughlin's b gBolndy Andy, aged list I S. G; Cool:'sb??o ng Alfre?sl, dstb ... -2 PORT PHILLIP STAKES : Two miles 'and a half. W. Branch's b b Progress, 4 yrs ............ 1 J. White's br h BaUnthurst, 4 yrs............... 2 C. G. Baldock's br h Wellington; iG rs...... 3 A SCOT VALE STAKES. Six' Furlongs . E.-De D festre's bk c Navigator............... II. Burrell's br c Boolka ...... ......... 2 '!T.? ' LEOER. One mile and three-quarters and 132yds. H. Philli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
t A. i~acarthiur & CO., CATTLE SALESMEN, COVeCi'illCIit Auetiol0eers, Valuators and Arbitrators, Iiliinig and Mloney Broliers, AND GENERAL COMMIESION AGENTS. AUCTION SALES of CATTLE, HORSES, P.r.s. PRODUCE, LAND, &c., held every SATURDAY at our Yards inM 'Millan-street. BAItNSDAfLE, at' BnuTazn the last Thursday in each month, and at SALx, MAIryA and STRATFORD when commissioned to do so. - - - '. Account Sales and cash proceeds paid * ver immediately sales are concluded. Our Agent at Bruthen is Mir. John Ar . *o- -. " ?HIE undersigned, as agents for the un l dermuontioned Societies, are prepared to LEND MIONEY at the lowest current rates, in sums "f from £100 to £10,000. MIodern Permanent lunllding Society. Colonial 3ltual Life Assurance Society. Liverpool and Globe Insurance Comlpany. And also for several large capitalists in Melbourne. A.M'A. and Co. are also com missioned to assist borrowers to build resi dences by advancing money as the work] proceeds. A. MIACART...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
BATTS HOTEL. BAIRNSDALE. T[HIS superior Hotel is now open for the . reception of Tourists, Commercial gentlemen and Families. Visitors to the Lakes ean be sure of first-class aceommoda tion at Batt's hotel. Commodious Private Sitting Rooms. Commercial Room. Sample Rooms. Billiard Room. Hot and Cold Baths. Good Stabling. Wines and Spirits, best quality. Conveyances meet all the steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Convevanc es.e COBB AND CO.'S Telegraph Line of Royal Mail Coaches (In connection with the Vict. Railways) T EAVE the Booking office, Batt's J Hotel, Main-street, Bairnsdale, for Sale and intermediate places daily (Sundays excepted) at 10 a.m. FARES :- s. d. Bairnsdale to Sale (single) 0 10 0 Return Coaches leave the railway station, Sale, immediately on the arrival of the morning train from Melbourne, at 1.45 o'clock, reaching Bairnsdale at 7.50 p.m. daily (Sundays excepted). Every information regarding fares, &c., on the above li...
MELBOURNE HOP MARKET. March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
MIELIBOURINE IIOP MIARKhET. March 3. A very good business doing, and the Vic torilan pick is bcing centralised into the hands of a few operators. a movement which has tended very materially to influenc prices. The first shipm~ent of Shoohbridgc's hops is ex pected fro t Hobart on the 7th inst. The crop wili this year be a light one new Vic torian sold at is 9d at nuction on the 28th. and li0 bales were also placed privately at full rates. To-day Victorian hops in request; sales of 20 bales of 1SS2 Gipps land at Is 7d. Our quotations arc-Kent and Sussex, 1877. Is: do 1STS, Is5d to Is id; do IS10, Is 5d to s 7d : 1881. IsG ld to 2s 2ad : Tnsmtanian, 10S. Is 6id ; 1881, is 7d to is Sd ; Victorian, 1880, Is Id ; 1881, s d ; 1882, Is Sd to is 9d.
Commercial. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
Commercial; BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, March 6. Messrs. A. 1MAcAnrrntn and Co. report : We effected extensive sales of cattle in our yards on Saturday last. We yarled over t00 in all, and cleared every bend at full market rates. The following were our sales :-01 bullocks for Mlr. Dothl Ilankin, of Delegate, at £4 9s per bead : 29 steers, same owner, sit £3 tIs per head ; 78 cows, samnte owner, at £2 Gs per head : 7 workers, same owner. at £5 per head; 20 steers, for Mr. John Nichol, ltendock, at £3 3s ; 20 bullocks for Mr. Jns. Clifford, Delegate, at C4 4s per head ; lot of workers, same owner, at £5 5s per lcad ; lot of cows, same owner, at 35s; lot of young steers, for MIr. Marriott, BIendock, at £2 1s ; a small lot of cows. saore owner, at £2 is ; 47 bullocks, for Mr. Duncan Campbell, Dole. gate, nt £4 per heand; lot of workers, same owner, at £4 3s; lot of steers, same owner, at £3 9s fd per head; lot of cows, same owner, at £2 7s per bead; lot of steers for M[r. Jose...
Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
Latest Intelligence. rBY ELECTRIC TELEoRAPi ] (FIIOM OUR OWN CoRRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE lMonday Evening. Tie case of Jane Irvine, who was admitted to the Melbourne Hospital, suffering from a fractured leg, on the 5tl of January, and who died on the 3rd inst., was the subject of an inquest be fore Dr. Youl to-day. The deceased was a respectable lmarried woman, and when she sustained tie injury on Christ mas Eve, through tripping over a carpet, her general health was good. When admitted to the institution a fortnight afterwards, she contracted bed sores; andi sank and died through blood poisoning. After tle medical evidence, Mr. Gibb a membei of the hospital committee, was called, and objected to be examined. !'A: rather.heated discussion ensued between the witnesses, and tll .coroner, and finally thl inquiry was adjourned, Dr. Youl announcing his determination to have a : thorough investigation. Tle committee of tle institution will be noti fied as t teio date of the resumption of the...
SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
SIIIPPING NEWS. STho a lppslanlder pinacd Gao l Island on Thlunsday 2nd inst. with acargo of bark from Mallagoota Inlet for Melloitur . Thc ]lnaftnr disallnr.el her cargo in MeO. bounlo yesterdny, and is now loading for Ilnintit ale and the Inkes. The lenganrry, if favored with fairweatlher, nay be expected to reach hcl ro to-day. It will I)e seec tlint ititoSrt. A. Mnc arthur and Co.. iave for Isale on Satur lay next,. over 10U Ilead of specially selected Ilorses, llnnogitng to tir. Jar. dino nd ?r . M. O'Rourke.
REDIVISION OF THE BAIRNSDALE SHIRE. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
IDALE SHllltE, PUBLIC MEETING. A, nblic oectieir, was convened bythe Presiedoit '6ft the' idlre;'t, bcl held at the Shire Hall on Sateidny, to consider the advisability' of -redividing the Bnirnsdale Shire, at which scarcely a jozen persons were present. An apology for fadsico was readc from the President, and Mr. Grose was voted to. t.e. chair..- .Mr.. Drovermann remarked that the, meeting could not be regarded as a represeiltativ"o oni, nnd moveidthat t bhe adjourned for eight days. This was seconded by "Ir. J. Calvert and supportcd by Mr. 31. Goold, but Mir. Whalley and r. W. S. Ross moved an amendment that the business beo proceeded witth , urging that there hbad bhel aisnle notice given by advertisement of the meeting, and the smal!ntes of, tterndance, itl their opinion, proved that it was not deemed reqeiaite to take any action in the matter, The oamendment having been carried, tMr. Goold' left the chamlber amicdst ironical cheers, none of the promoters of the meeting coming f...
GAZETTE NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
GAzE 'r , NOTIrICATIONS. Lands Tcmaporarily escrvel from Sale, e. --horty crcs, illore or less, coUnty of Dtrgo parish of Broadhlnds: Comlmenlcing at point on theo wesern boundary of allotment 45 (Jones' islanl) where the north boundary of 11. Davis' 19thli section block abuts thereon ; mhounldesi thence byythe said block bearing west tweol clhmns ; theoce by mtads bearing respectivcly; north twenty-two chains ninety links, sold east thirty.twoclnins ten links, N. 1 dog.d43mrin 3d. four chains 17 links, lad east to the Nicholson liveer; and thence by: allotment 45 (Jones' Island) aforesaid bearittg south-westerh nd south-easterly to tho point of commoencement; Apiplications fort Liccs Aipcrpvtd.--Alt Pow, gardel Il, Blngonusostjie Leases Transferred to Land Act 1880.-C, C. M'Donald, troansferee of George Hoflman, Goon Here, 149a, 3r 37p ; it. Kendall, Moor iurng, 81i Or :34p. Transfer of Leases Registercd.-.James P. Wilson to H. Ricketson, Baratta, New South Wales, Buclhan, 301a Ir ...
THE DICK WHITTINGTON COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882
:Last night Miss Georgie Smithson and her Combination Troupe commenced a short season at Payne's Royal As seombly Hall, there being a very good attendance, and that they succeeded in pleasing their patrons was amply testi tied by the enthusiastic applause which was accorded themn throughout the even ing. The character acting of Miss Smithson was excellent, and as the Rough Diamond she was especially good. The singing of Miss Lane was much appreciated, and Mr. James Hol loway in his blade art.created an im mense amount of fun. The cleverly trained dogs and dmonkeys introduced by Professor Sylvester went through their various- cricks in capital style, and Mr. Shaw Croes, iho has previously visited Bairnsd de, acted wvith his well-knlown ability. The entertainment conclutled withl the pro duction of the pantomime, "Dick Whit tington," s6 faiy as thlcapabhilities of the stage wotuld permiit, and the audi once were sent ilway wsll-pluased. To night there will be a change of pro gramme, l...