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GIPPSLAND HOP-GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. THE HOP DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882

GIPPSLANDI) IiOP-GIIOWIIIS' ASSOCIATION. THE HOP DUTY. A special meeting of the Gippsland Hopgrowers' Association was held on Saturday last at the Club Hotel, to con sider the present position of, the hop duty in connection with the evidence recently givien before thu Tariff Cons mission by Mr. Fawns, a .Sanlhurst' brewer. iMr. R. Cochrane, president, tookrthe chair, and there were also pre saint Messrs. Bull, Redenbach, Poulseu, Rhein, Filmnr, W. Macleod, R. C. ' Smallman, J. B. : Curry, J. Taylor, J. A. Taylor, J. Duncan, J. Ferguson, R. Florence, and the hon. secretnry. After some :formal business; a letter was read froni Mr. Landy,,of Bringo long, asking to be elected a member of the association, a motion to that effect being moved by 'Mr. A. J. Macleod, and seconded by Mr: J. Ferguson, who thought it a pity any ballot was neces sary, as Mr. Landy was one of the pioneers of hop-growing, and one who had worked hard for the duty along with the lae Mir. Macleod and himself. Mr. J. ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. "AMATEUR" AND THE BENAMBRA STATE SCHOOL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882

ORIGIN AL, CORRESPONDIECE. 'tAMATEUR" AND TI?E DINAMBRIA S. STATE SCHOOL.; :' TO TIll EDITOR. OF TlE ADVERTISER... Sir,-I notice in your issue of the 23rd ult. a letter fronu Mr. O'Connor re "Amateur" and the above school, which I think is en titled to a reply. .Mr. O'Connor lapcars ex ceedingly wrath bcause so"Amateur' thought fit to cxpose tho obstinnay (I know not what else to call it) of IMr.,Worcester in refusing to give up the key without a written autho rity, from the Bouard of Advice, but be is aos much abroad upoli the subject as he was on the day in question, and only knows what took place from hearsay, which. is not adl mitted as evidence in our law courts. And why? Itecauso it lcnnot hoe depended uponl for accuracy.. If .ri writtenn authority hadI been produced I very muchl doubt if it wou1 l have had the desired effect, or why did Mr. Worcester refuse to give up the key to our much respected fellow tow?nsman, Mr. Foster. and other members of the board who were present o...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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THE CARRIAGE OF LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882

TIiE CARRIAGE OF LIVE STOCK. A deplltation of stock agents waited on the linistcr of Rlailways oil Friday to request thalt nn altler.ltllo shouhld be made it tihl present systemn of oderring trucks for the conveyance of cattle to Melbourne from ul-p country distriecs. They desired that onlyl those trucks that were used should be paid or, instcod of meaking the person fo'warnlig he cnttle pay for those that night hIe onlrdered it crccss of reqleirttelilts i and it wans alaso requested thnt the deposit on making an ap plication for trucks should be done away witlh. Theo, time for ordering trucks prior to their requirement should, it was suggested, be extended fromt 14 to 21 days, and the time of withdrawing an order for trucks be re duced from seven to four days without a charge being made. M?r. Bent said he would grant the request made, and mentioned that he had ordered the construction of 100 cattle trucks, so as to facilitate the transport of live stock from the country districts t...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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OUR OMEO LETTER. Friday, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882

OUR 0.EO LE'I|'ER. (Fto-a31 OUR OW N CORRESPONDENT). rFriday, March 3. The whole of tie slhares iin the Onmco Quartz Crushing Company having been taken up, a meeting of thle slnrehooler sans held at the Go.den Age linotel on Saturday last, when steps were tktkli n to ensure the imm e diatc registratiou of tile Company utder the \o Liability Act. A bunlo of directors aint a manager were elected, and thie purchase of the nece.ssnr manchinery will now be made with the least polsible delay. Mr. Agg, Commisstionerof Audit, arrived in Omeo last night frotm ciedoc, and to-day proceeded to ond it thanccuounts at olr la al ltectipt and Pay Otlice. fThe excellent man. tler il whiclh tile vnriout accounts nre kept by our worthyll oicer, thr. O'Dell, is evi dencedl by thedeslmatth wirtlh hicth JIr. Arg comnpleted his lahbors. le left Omnc agattn this morning cn route for Grant. I regret to etate'that sarlet fever ha made its appearance tii this neitghorhdod, several eases of this disasea having...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Lakes' Navigation Co., Limited [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882

Lakes' Navigation Co., Limited . rlHE om papny's steanirs I. will rln as follows: STEAMIER TAlNJIL. ronm Sale to Bairnsdale, calling at Paynes ville, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8.80 a.m., Saturdays at 2.30 p.m. Frot BInirnsdnale to Sale, calling at Paynes ville, Mondays, Welnesdays and Fridays, at 9 aRm. From Bairnsdalo to Rosherville and Lakes' Entrance, Tuesdays and Thursdays, at : p.m., Sundays at 9 a.m. Fror Lakes' Entrance to Rosherville and Bairnsdale, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 6 a.m., and Sundays at 3 p.m. On Saturdays the steamer Sarah will leave Bairnsdale at 3 p.m. for the Lakes' Entrance, via Paynesville, meeting the steamer Tanjil froa Sale at the latter place, thuls allowilng passengers arriving In Sale by first train on Saturday to reach RloshervillEbr Lakes' ]En trance the same evening. She will leave the Lakes' Entrance on Monday morning at half at 6 o'clock, again meeting steamer Tanjil 1'a Pynenville, whero panscngero can he tron •tthipped for Sale, arriving in tim...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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FATAL ACCIDENT AT OMEO PLAINS. Omeo, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882

FATAL ACCIDENT AT OMEO PLAINS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Omeo, March 4. A sad and fatal accident occurred yester- day at Omeo Plains, the victim being a far- mer named James Poulsen. It appears he was breaking in a young horse to harness at his own homestead. The animal became restive, bolted, and capsized the dray, which fell on Mr. Poulsen, jamming him against a stump. Mrs. Poulsen ran out, but she could not extricate her husband from his perilous position. She sent for a neighbor, Mr. Patrick Reid, and the injured man was taken to his house. Mr. John Toland, another neighbor, immediately started to Omeo for the doctor, and travelled through a severe storm of thunder, lightning and rain that occurred that evening. On reach ing the doctor's house he was told that the doctor was "not at home." Some of the residents, however, knowing better, and re- cognising the urgency of the case, went to the doctor's house themselves, and found him in bed. By dint of argument and persuasion t...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MELANCHOLY AND FATAL ACCIDENT. DEATH BY DROWNING OF THE REV. E. W. F. HARTMANN. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882

MELANCHOLY AND FATAL ACCI- DENT. DEATH BY DROWNING OF THE REV. E. W. F. HARTMANN. On Saturday afternoon quite a gloom was cast over Bairnsdale by the circulation of a report to the effect that it was supposed that the Rev. Mr. Hartmann, the well-known and highly respected pastor of the Church of England, had met with an untimely death by drowning in the Mitchell River, above Lindenow, and when the full circumstances became known and left not the faintest hope to be entertained, the gloom deepened, and throughout the evening and whole of Sunday there was a feeling of intense anxiety felt for the worst to be known and for the minds of all to be relieved of a painful suspense. The first news of anything being wrong was the receipt by Sergeant Goodenough of a letter from Mr. M'Farland, of Glenaladale, stating that it was feared the Rev. Mr. Hartmann had been drowned, as his horse, saddle, and bridle had been found on the bank of the Mitchell, and the rider's hat had been found in the st...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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PROSPECTUS of the Vagabond Quartz Mining Company, No Liability, SANDY'S CREEK, North Gippsland. SANDY'S CREEK, North Gippsland. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882

PROSPECTUS     of the Vagabond Quartz Mining Com pany, No Liability, SANDY'S CREEK, North Gippsland. Capital-£6000 in 24,000 shares of 5s. each, offered to the public in 240 shares of £5. (Each of these shares represent 100 con tributing shares paid up to 1s.) Preliminary Directors. Charles Swan, Esq., merchant, Bairnsdale Joseph Brodribb, Esq., storekeeper, Sandy's Creek J. B. Curry, Esq., grazier, Taberabbera Joseph Bomford,,Esq., landowner, Bairns- dale Manager pro.tem., R. C. Smallman. Offices, Main street, Bairnsdale. Bankers, the Colonial Bank of Austra lasia, Bairnsdale. Agents for selling scrip--Messrs. R. C. Smallman and Co., H. Bredt, F. M. Grant, Joseph Messenger, Edward Jennings, Bairnsdale.     T HE owners of this valuable property reserve only 80 promoters' shares, paid up to 2s 6d, and offer the remaining 160 to the public. They engage and bind themselves not to dispose of any of those reserved shares for six months ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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OUR BOGGY CREEK LETTER. March 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 7 March 1882

OUR BOGGY CREEK LETTER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) March 1st.   On Sunday evening, shortly after the sun   sank behind the hills, a strong wind sprang up and was followed by heay peals of thunder and vivid fashes of lighting. Tiny groops might have been seen gazing heaven- ward and speculating on the likelihood of the much desired rain. However, the storm passed over without more rain than would barely lay the dust, Miners and stock owners alike were sadly disappointed, for the former have not suftcient water to carry on their operations as they would wish, and the latter, owing to the grass having been burnt and no rain to cause a fresh growth, begin to predict a bad season for the cattle and a good harvest for the tanners--hides are going to be cheap. The contractors have completed the work on our ne. roads. The manner in which it has been done doesn not meet with the ap- proval of the residents; but so long as it satisfies the supervisor, I suppose it...

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LATE LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 9 March 1882

LATE LIOAI ANi d(: ENEI't.t. It will beo see fromn the advertisement in another column that Mrs. 0. 1F. Mludio, whose musical talents are alreandy favournbly k?lown in tho district, will on andt after Monday next, the :1lth ilst., bhe preparrd to receive pupils both for tlhe pinnoflrtc nnd singing nt lier residcence, next 1lrs. Jns. Canincron's, Mnin-strcet,'lnirnsdale. A foot-race was run nt Stratford, on Monnlnay, for it)£10 n-side, between W. B. Currain and C. Woodlhouse, tlhe dis tance being 440 yards. Woodthouse led for the first 800 yards, whlcn Currnu put on a spurt, and, passing WVood louse, won with tlhe greatest of ense, thle time being 57scc. " Segenhoe," in yesterday's iaeas, writes :-The OCzar lhas ibeen scratched for tlhe Sale Handicap, and tlioe owndr in scratclhing Ilim removes a terror to the other horses engaged in this event. No matter whlnt weight (if at all reason able) had been put on this horse, lie would certainly have found numberseof friends, and would prob...

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A[?]RICH FIND OF GOLD. SALE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 9 March 1882

AdROlHi FLND. OFtGOLD.1 . , ri,. " :. .. , -SA LE, Ifuesday. Information has been received hore to-dy'6of 'a wonderful reef having bdeii. opened up at Matlock, between Jericho and Woods' Point, and close, to the main road. It seems that two pros pectors, unmed Allan Folks and Patrick Mnnyx, about a month ago prospected the old Perseverance claim at theat place, nod within a foot of the surface came across a reef which up to Friday last yielded from 8oz to ]Ooz to the ton. On that doay they broke with their ipick 40oz of pure gold. They have now coine across such wonderful stone that it is believed a ton of it will yield no less than 18 cwt. of pure gold. All the other reefs in the same neighborhood are hsowing great improvement, so there is every prospect of Ia argo rush to the place.

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 — 9 March 1882

Latest Intelligence. [By ELEOrRIC TELEOAPII ] (FIOM OUIL OWYN COIRESPONDENT.). MELBOURNE, Wednesday Niglht. The Suwarrow party are afraid 'of their representative, as the 'little grey leas riot been .going first-rate tihe loast day or two. Latest' betting: .2) to l.nget !Sweet William, 8 to 1 Suwarrow, 10 to 1 First Water, 10.to 1 Narrabri, 12 to 1. Snuntcrer and Pollio, 14 to 25 to 1 others. Larpentis firstfavio6rite at 10 to 1 for the Newmniarket; *"witlr Swest William niioxt: Commeircial.-Bdstufl ire, in a rtlher pcculinr position; for whilst pub licly late quotations were not maintairied, still the' sales mentioned privately arc fully, up to' previous rates. Flour firm. Sales at auction nt £11 2s 6d to £812. Bnrloy.: 30 bags of Cape sold at 3s tid. English, from 3s 8Ad to 4s 4Ad according to quality, thle aIntter price paid for fair milling. In pens sales of 118 bags at 3s 8d to 3s tid. Maize easier; at nuction 300 bags sold at 5s 8d to 5s 8ad. Hops.-Victorian liops are active. ...

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CONSPIRACY AGAINST THE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 9 March 1882

CONSPIRACY AGAINST THlE IRAILWAY, It appears from a notice in the !imes that the parties referred to in our lead. ing article as conspiring against the construction of the Traralgon to Haey field railway consist of five members of the Rosedale Shire Council, who, in the absence of tho members for the Toongabbio riding and Cr. Greenwell, wrote to Mr. Bent requesting compon sation for some roadworks which they stato the construction of the railway, as surveyed, will destroy. These gen. tlomen protest that they do not wish to stop the railway, but their actions belie their words. We are glad to learn that Cr. O'Meara formed one of the deputation which upset the back stairs schemes of his five colleagues, who, it will be seen, represent'onlya' bare majority of the Rosedale Council.

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CUNNINGHAME, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 9 March 1882

C*" GUNNINGHIAME,; " '' Wednesday. Tlhe .s. Protty Jane crossed the bar inwards at 9.30 a..i: this iorsing, ns sistal 'tlii' s.s. Tnra.

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FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 9 March 1882

FLEMfINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, March 8. Messrs.!.Dal. Campbell and Co. re port :-Cattle : 1900 penned, quality superior to In~tlCweek, good and prime scarce. Sales opened slightly easier on all descriptions, best improving as the day wore on and closing at last week's rates. . Bestilpens of bullocks, £8 to £9 I0s; do cows, £7 to £8. We sold 30 cows for MLr. P. Olement, Prospect, to £8,'iiv iaging £7 2s ;15 bullocks for Mr. 'J. Hoddinott, Wandocka, averag ing £7.:?bs 4d ; 45 .bullocks, same owner, froni Old Rosedale, averaging £7 17s 6d-; and 80 head for Messrs. Mar tin, W. Clement and Evans. Messrs. Richard Gibson and Co. re-. port I.-Fat Cattle: i1900 penned, .in-, cludingan . much larger number of good and"useful qunlity than u1sual. Owing to the extreme heat of thel piist fei, days the denind wass dull, adt prices showed a reduction of l0s to 15s por heal.d;' We sold 400. Fat'Sheep :'12,000 forward; mostly fromV':ictoria. .The tradeo hav ing supplies' on hand prices ruled s...

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HOP MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 9 March 1882

11OP ' IHES. Picking, aided by the fine weather, is progressing quickly on both the Mitchell and theTambo rivers. The price paid to pickers is 3d on the Mit chell and 4d on the Tambo, without accommodation, 3d with. The present aspect of the market, which is rising, even in the face of the large Tasman ian importation, causes those growers who have already sold their crops to wish that they had not been quite so hasty, as they anticipate that a short in terval will see their produce disposed of at a far higher price. The Age, in reference to Monday's market, says that Victorian and Tas manian hops have a very strong mar ket, with a brisk demand, sales at is 10Bd and is 3d respectively. Writ ing by the mail from London, Messrs. W. H. and H. Lo May report that " choice hops are exceedingly scarce, and their values are hardening. Old hops srein request at full rates. The American hop markets are reported to hdve advanced 10s during the last ten days, and higher rates are being asked he...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 9 March 1882

EUROPEAN NEWS. By cable we learn that,further filght ing has taken place in Herzegovinna be tween the insurgents and the Austrian troops. ,Thelatter.are reported tohave been defeated. 'Disastrous floods have occurred in America, the 'ississipi river having overflowed its banks and inundated the surrounding country. Large numbers of people have been rendered destitute by the floods, the esti mated' numbers varying from 12,000 ,to 50,000. The affairs of Egypt are caus-,. ing much anxiety in consequence of the, warlike preparations being made by the Nationalist party. I"n addition to other movements they are said to contemplate the fortification 'of the entrance to the Suez Canal. Congraitulatory tolograpms and addresses on the escape of the Queen last Thursday are being received from all parts of ,the Unlted Kingdom and the British coloiies. The debate on Mr. Gladstone's reso lution, that any inquiry into the work ing of the Irish Land Act isuniitimely mad: inopportune, and' iiyr: att...

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THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 9 March 1882

TIHE POLITICAL OUTLOOK. A few days ago an informal meeting of wbht are known as "discontented Liberals" was held. The political situation was dis cussed, and it was intimated to the meeting that Mr. Berry had been consulted. That gentleman had expressed the opinion that it would be unwise to attack the Government as proposed on the re-assembling of Parlia. ment. He considered that the interests of the party would be best consulted by post poning any hostile demonstration until the next general election. By that time he would be able to prepare an indictment against the Government which he felt sure the country would endorse. The above communication was warmly discussed, some members present acquiescing in the ex-Premier's views, and others aver ring that it was simply a ruae to cover ulterior designs. It was stated plainly by one member as being " notorious" that Mr. Berry was coquetting with Messrs. Kerferd, Wrixon,.and some of the occupants of the Government Corner benches. It was...

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THE LATE MR. WM. LOWE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 9 March 1882

TIIE LATE MIR. rJI. LOWTE. The following account of the fatal exploran ory trip taken by Mr. John Ilrockman on he Gascoyno River, Western Australia, in company witlh the olate Mr. W. Lowe, of Doe or's Flat, near Omeo, Ias been sent to tlhe Perth Inquirer by Mr. Drockmian, and we rosent it to ourrcaadcrin a slightly abridged form ; On Saturday, 11th November, I started, tn company with Mr. Lowc, a gentleoan from Gippoland, Victoria, to explore n tract of country north-east of the Gaoscoync. We took with us three horses and three weeks' provi aions. Travelled that day about 28 miles, nod reached a well, where we expected to iand rter, hut found it quite dry, so camped without water. 12th Noecmbre.-Started again very ecrly, without breakfnst, for the Minilv hiver, dis. toat about Sl imiles. About 3 ipin. Mr. Lwc'sa horse knocked up, and, leaving tlhe mock stowed away in some bushes, hle mounted he pIack horse, and we pushedl on t o the rivei. distant nine miles, wlhero we cxpected to f...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 9 March 1882

SPOIRTING NIOTES. Dr AnROcL EDEs. Entries for the handicap events at the Lindenow races must reach the hon. secre tary by 8 p.m, next Tuesday evening, tle 14th inst. The weights will be declared on the 21st, and acceptances and general entries are due at 8 p.m. on the 29th, the races to take place on the 30tb; Mr. J. Calvert has gone to Omeo, taking withs him Ned Kelly, Aurora, and Kepln. MCr. Rust is likewise en route with Rosette, Ferryman, and Marmion. The old committee of the Paynesville re 'gatta have resigned, and a new one has been appointed, who will carry out all arrange ments for the regatta on Easter Monday and Tuesday. An amateur boat race is to be added to the programme. The Bairnsdale Rowing Club intend hold. ing a regatta on the Mitehell about Easter. The sale and Bairnsdale clubs have arrived at a thorough understanding, and regattas will be held alternately at Bairnsdale and Sale. Last Saturday " Plenipo" credited Com motion with being full brother to Pluto, Pell Me...

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