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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
SPORTING NOTES. (BY ARCHIMEDES) The Sale Turf Club have brought forward their races to the 22nd and 23rd &nbsp; March, and the nominations for the handicaps to the 25th February. &nbsp; The weights for Omeo have been telegraphed to us, and appear elsewhere. &nbsp; The following tenders for booths have been accepted:- No. 1, Jas. Clare, £I3 10s; No. 2, W. Chittenden, £10. It has been decided to hire a man to take charge of the gates. CRICKET. TAMBO C.C. v. PAYNESVILLE. (BY ONE OF THEM.) Last Saturday morning found eight of the Tambonians tossing about on Lake King on their way to Paynesville. With a strong breeze and a fine day the run across was most enjoyable. After inspecting the new steamer in course of construction, and a short adjournment to Mr. L. N. Day's Paynesville Hotel, a walk of a quarter of a mile brought us to the convincing ground, where the majority of the Paynesville cricketers were ready to recelve us. As three of our men could not turn up t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
': B?AIRNSDALE ADYERTISER D OMEO AND TAMBO CHRONICLE.' Ii (Tuesaa bruary 14, 1882. Khire of ??nalntbo. - UTIIEN RIDING. THE first ELECTION for the return of three Councillors for the Bruthon Rid nlg will be held on TIIUIISDAY, the 23rd February, 1882. The nomination Day is Wednesday, the 15th February, 1882. Nomination papers, in accordance with the 10th schedule of the Local Government Act 1874, with a deposit of £10, will bhe re ceived at my ofilce, Bruthen. before four o'clock on the afternoon of Tuesday, the 14th day of February, 1882. T. T. STIRLING, Returning Officer. Bruthen, 8th February, 1882. Shire of '~:;:.tlbo. BU13rERnAIr RIDING. * rTIHE first ELECTION for the return of I three Councillors for the Bumberrah Riding will be held on THURSDAY, the 23rd February, 1882. The Nomination Day is Wednesday, the 15th February, 1882. ANomination papers, in accordance with the 10th schedule of the Local Government Act 1874, with a deposit of .10, will be re ceived at the office of Mr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
M oney to Lend, ( N approved security. No commission, agency, or valuation fees. Apply PATRICK RYAN, Wy Yung. A 'PLICATIONS for PAINTING the Residence attached to the State School at Lower Boggy Creek, No. 1821, will be received up to Saturday, the 18th inst., at the office of this paper, where the specfica tions can be seen. R. O'REILLY, nearly 15 years praetis ing ,in Bombaln, WILL MAKE IllS ANNUAL TOUR about the 15th February. The inhabitants of BUCIIAN, BRUTHIEN and OMEm would do well to avail themselves of his skill and experience. T ]OP PICKING will commence at the SIlairnsdale Garden on Wednesday next, *the 15th inst.-A. J. MACLEOD. W ANTED, by a middle-aged person, a SITUATION as Housekeeper, or lHousekeeper and "to teach young children. Good references. Apply by letter office of this paper. H E friends of Mr. JOHN WATERS M'DONALD, of Bruthen, are respect ally invited to follow the remains of his sto wife, Bridget, to the place of inter sont, the Bairnsdalo General Cemetery....
[?] BOARD. [?]day, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
S iday,; February 1. I cases were recommended : enzic, 320a, Ingeegoobee, ad. bltiw~g~ui purchased land...... ,. - 1 2. Thos lsson, 35a 1r 9p, Cabanandra, north of pr...... holding. &nbsp; 3. J. W. ?eh, 320a, Deddick, on Deddick river. 4. J. A. Dron, 200a, Coopracambra, on Buldah or ?... river. 5. A. S...tr, 60a, Maramingo, adjoining &nbsp; James Alexander's. &nbsp; 6. Wm. im, 100a, Maramingo, between W. Allan's and R Alexander's. 7. Wm.in Ai, 30, ?aramingo, adjoinin7 his present f:ctionus. 8. Wmn. Asu, 1ia, Maramingo, adjoininc his present Sections. D.' lobert lexander, 20a, Lmaramingo, on the Genoa I r. 10. JM. M teveiison, 103a 2r 30p, Wangn raboll, no rtf W. Stevenson's. 11. 21. I.Stevenson, 95a, Wangarabell, nbout 9 cr is northl of W. Stovonson's. 12. Mf. l lteaenson, liOa Or 82p, Wang.1. rabell, weas Stevenson's. 13. Thoa. miIl, l1Ga, Bcndock, east of hIis present hol g i 14.. Ym.tof 50a, Beodock, about i, chains soutl .atft C. IH. Lawson's. 15. Jas. .(...
MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882
MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. Ar. Craine, thIe Catholic Bishop of Sandhurst, left, that place to-day en route to Rome, via Sydney and San Francisco. Yesterday he was presented with an ad dress by tho clergy of the diocese, and to day an address and a purse of 1000 sovs. were presented to him on behalf of the laity. The young man named William Bolgier, who was found suffering from a gunshot wound in his stomach on the 9th, died on the 14th. At the inquest this morning, a letter written by deceased to a young woman to whom he was engaged was produced, stating that he hbad inflicted the wound in consequence of tlheir being parted by their friends. A woman named Jeanette Maffette, the licensee of an hotel in Fitzroy, has been committed for trial for fraudulently obtaining from the banlk '£20,, money belonging to John Matthews, a recent arrival. from Howlong, N.S.W., who went into defendant's hotel and gave her £16 to keep for him, which he spent, being drunk continuously for three day'. I...
Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882
Latest 'Intelligence. r[B ,ELE.CTIC TE?LEnrRH (PROM OUt OWN CORRESPONDENT.) . ELBOURNE, Monday Night. '("In consequence of the wire being down between Bairnsdale and Stratford ;we. could not get this message until Tuesday afternoon.] Georgo Authonnes, a spirit merchant, has been fined £5 with four guineas costs for selling gin under a counterfeit -label. The Reform League are in favor of excluding children under the minimum ago from school. Mr. Grant, this morning, stated to a deputation that the Government felt tls posed to allow children to attend as at present. A ship's name-board, nine feet long, with " Sobraon"'on it in gilt letters four inclielong lihas been found on the beach .,six, miles ,from Portland. .It wos attached.to n largo pidce of timber.
THE VICTORIAN MONEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882
: THE VICTORIAN MONEY MARKET. The publication of tile quarterly returns of the Victorian banks affords (tie Age avers) striking evidence of the general business activity that has marked the past six months. The total increase of advances as compared with those made during 1880 amounts to no lees than £4,74t,418, whilst the deposits in the associated banks are larger by £3,179,208. The active factor in bringing abdut this state of affairs may be traced to the introduction of a large amount of capital from outside. Trade and business in all its branches has been stimulated by a supply of money, the absence of whlich in the past Ias materially prejudiced our progress. Again, the com petition of the various loan and mortgage companies has tended to cheapen money all round, and the fact that the associated banks no longer possess the monopoly of the lend ing market has conduced to freer action, by relieving borrowers of what up to the present has been a well known dread-namely, being sud...
EUROPEAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882
EUROPEAN ITEMIS. The agitation still proceeds in Russia for the encouragement of the Austrian ?iisurgents in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and as a consequence the relations be-" . tween Austria and Russia continue of a most strained character. Up to the present time Russia has not replied to the collective note of Austria end Germany protesting against the Pan slavic agitation in Russia. 'A woman named Furnieux has been arrested in Birmingham on a charge of having obtained £20,000 by fraud and forgery.' She is accused of having per sonated for some time Lord Arthur Pelham Clinton.
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. The cricket match between New South Wales and Victoria, which was com menced at Sydney last Friday; has proved the most extraordinary inter colonial contest which has yet taken place, and will in the future be referred to as the "match of big scores." 'When the stumps were drawn on Friday even ing, New South Wales, who went first to the w:cket, had only harl three of her men sent to the righlabout, and the eleven had the very fine score of 351 to their credit. On Saturday night, how ever, astonishment increased when it was ascertained that only six tmen had been disposed for 640 runs, and it be came a source of conjecture as to whether they would reach a " thou". before the last wicket fell, but 775 proved the total, and a thumping score too for Victoria to face, Murdech 321, and Garrett 163 being the highest scorers. On Monday night the Victorians had lost six wickets for 207--quite a hopeful state of affairs, but for the great score on the other side, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882
hiiere of'T anabo. SBnUTIIEN RIDING. . THE following gentlemen having been I duly NOMINATED viz., JOHN CALVERTL' DUNCAN JOHNSTON JOHN IMERIRY RONALD M'DQUGALL CHARLES SEEIIUSEN I hereby notify that a POLL will be taken for the Election of Three Councillors for the Bruthen Riding of the Shire of Tambo at the Stete School. Bruthen, on TiURnD - the 23rd day of February, A.D. 1.,.e, gym, mencing, at Nine o'clock in 're" forenoon and closing at Four o'Cock in the afterc noon. .. V. STIRLING, rthn leua.rning Officer. .Bruthn, 15th February, 1852. Mhire of Tambo. BUMBERnnAHI RIDING. Ti HE following gentlemoen having been duly NOMINATED, viz., JOHN HOWLETT JOHN EDWARD O'BRIEN MADS POULSEN JAMES WALKER DAVID WILLIAMS I; hereby notify that a POLL will be taken for the Election of Three Councillors for the Bumberrah Riding of the Shire of "Tambo at the State School, Lower Tambo, 'ou TInUoSDAY, the 23rd day of February, A.D. 1882, commencing at Nine o'clock in the forenoon and closing at Four o...
MAFFRA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882
MAFFRA ANNUAL RACES. The following weights have been do clared : sIlIIE IIANDIOAP. One and a half miles and a distance. st. lb. O oulatto ....................:....... 10 2 MOiss Laura .................... 8 0 Bird of Prey....... .......... 7 12 Rosette ...................;........ 7 4 Dunstan .................. ..- 7 4 Aurora ...............;.:...;, 17 "0 STEEPLEOHASE. ":- " Twolmiles:. st.lb. Rocket ..................,..... .12 10 \Storm ............. ......... 9 12 Paddy's Land .......:., 9 0 Marmnion .'....':...:; .......;:-'090 S HURDLE RAC0E.' ' One and three-quarter miles. t l st. lb. SLittle Duchess.:(.'........e.. ?10 0 Marmion ....... . 9 7 Panic .. ..... ............ 4 SKate Kelly ......... .. " 9o A. T. HILL, Handicapper.
MEETING AT SWAN REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882
MEETING AT SWAN REACH. (FpRO A CORnREPONDENT.) On Monday last Messrs. O'Brien, Poulsen, Williams and Walker addressed the rate payers of Swan Reach, and had a thoroughly representative and critical audience. Mr. Stirling, having been elected chairman, intro duced Mr. J. N. O'Brien to the meeting, wbho, after giving a review of his past actions whilst representing the Eastern riding in the Bairnsdale Shire Council, briefly stated that he was in favor of a shilling rate, would sup port the placing of a punt at Swan Reach, but would not be a party to removing the other two, as it would be an injnstice ; was an independent candidate running in the interests of the riding in general, and no place in particular; would support a poll of the ratepaycers when it was decided to build a shire hall, but thought they could do with out one for some time. In conclusion, Mr. O'Brien said lie would be happy to answer any questions, but, owing to Ia feeling of con Sildence in the candidate or a full ...
P. C. BUCKLEY'S WILL FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882
P. C. BUCKLEY'S WILL FOUND. The affairs of the late P. C. Blickley appear to be Iassing into a still more sensational stage, and it seems likely that thie supposed imposter Meagher will have his btona ides as the legitimate legatee vindicated. Tuesday's AqrgIL says :--" The litigation ill reference to the roperty of the late Patrick Coady, or Patrick Coady Buckler, promises, it would seem, to be almost endless.. Buckley died about 10 years ugo. leaving a considerabl amount of real and personal propcrt ite GOippsland, anad, so far as was then known ; thercoweie no relatives surviring, and no will could be found. Tihe Cnurator f Intestatie Estates sought for administration, liut after a prolouged colntest it was granted to two creditors, Messrs. Ifuon and Mitchell. Sub sequently a person named Meagher, who had at one t:me been on friendly terms with Buckley, in Sydnecy and int Giplfland, en deavoured to estalish tihe validity of a will said to have been made by Buckley in 1843, by whi...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. A REPLY TO PRESBYTERIAN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882
ORIIGINAL CORIRESPONIJECE. A REPLY TO PRESBYTERIAN. TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir,-I regret that your correspondent " A Presbyterian," should have so utterly mis understood the language of my friend, Dr. INadonald, as he has done. ae did not speak at all of the state of society as it was nfetre but as it was after the opening of the goldfields, and "within his own recollection," dlating back to nearly 30 years ago; and I, for one, who have been in the colony 28 years, can testify that in those early days there were vices indulged and crimes committed as gross as those attributed to Sodom. Further, Ihe said not one word calculated to lead his undience to imagine that he was glorifying Iimself and his fellowlaborers in respect of Ihe moral improvement in society. lie, and I, and every Christian give all the glory to God. In respect to Bnirnsdale, he said no hting of his being "informed" as to its reli gious state. So far from this, he statid ex pressly and explicitly that ihe ...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882
SPORTING NOTES. (BY ARCmMEDES.)) I perceive that Mr. George Davis has written to " Plenipo" stating that AMr. Byron Moore has informed him that no fear need bd entertained that the horses running at Maifra will come under the ban of. disqualification at all meetings under the V.R.G. rules, in consequence of the programne not appearing in the " Racing Calendar" before the meeting comes off. It is a pity Mr. Davis is so meagre in his remarks, and does not give full publicity to the circumntances under which the ban of disqualifcation will be removed in this instance. The arbitrary rule passed by the T.R.C., compelling all programmes to appear in the "' Calendar," means;e it i means anything, that the programme must ap pear in the " Clelldar" before the lmeet ings take place, and so there must be a particular reason why an exception is made in favorof MfITra. According to one authority it. is presumed to be suf ficient if the results of the various races appear in teo " Calendar," but ...
FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, Feb. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882
FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, Feb. 15. Messrs. Dal. Campbell and Co. re port :-Fat Cattle : 1930 forward, nearly all Victorian; large proportion good and useful. Full attendanbe of the trade, but sales opened dull at a slight reduction- on all descriptions. Better qualities, however, improved later on, closing at fully last week's rates. Prime pens of bullocks made from £9 10s to £10 10s ; best cows £6 17s 6d. We sold 20 bullocks for Mr P. Cle ment, Prospect, averaging £8 12s Gd ; 10 bullocks for Mr A. Smith, Alexlea, at £7 17s Gd, and 93 for Messrs. DI'Donald, Rentoul, and W. Clement. Messrs. R. Gibson and Co. report : Fat Cattle.-1959 yarded, mostly second quality. Prime being scarce were in demand at fully last week's rates, wl,;lst others were dull of sale. We sold 350 for various owners. Fat Sheep. --20,000 forward, all from Victoria, mostly indifferent quality. Best were readily sold at about late values. All others difficult to quit at a slight reduc tion. We sold 5000....