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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnasdale, Saturday, March 11, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
'The Advertiser. PuBLISHIED EVERY TUEDAY, TIUSDAY, AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Saturday, March 11, 1SS2. Scarcely a day passes without our re ceiving some complaints as to mistakes and miscarriages in the Bairnsdale Post and Telegraph Oflice. The evil has now become so serious and so frequent that we feel bound to call the attention of the 'depnrtment in Melbourne to the necessity for some radical alteration in the direction of greater care and atten tion. Mistakes will,' no doubt, occa sionally- occur in the best regulated offices, and the celerity necessary in the evening- delivery calls for some allow- nce. But when we find both letters end telegrams delayed for days and emittance letters for Bairnsdale sent to Melbourne and vice versa, besides more than ,dnily- mistakes ini the delivery of 'ordiinary correspondence to wrong par ties, it seems to rus- quite time that a thorough change was made. Pri 'ate persons, however much ag-. grieved,, are at. all times delicate in seek...
MAFFRA CATTLE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
MAFFRA CATTLE SALES.2 Messrs. A. M'Lean and CO. report : -Very larg s ~pply forward i;sold well. Seohusen's bullocks sold £6 1;s Gd, medium cows to £47s Gd. Good store bullogks'in ~forward condition to £4 16s, store cows to £2 17s ; Kiss' bullocks at £4 10s, steers £3 7s and'£3 8s. Messrs. English, Peek: and Co., r port .-Store Oattle.-Weather very dry. ' About 1600 yarded, a great many lots turned out unsold. Good store bulloclii sold from £3 15s to £4 5s, cows l£1 10s to £2:5s.: Fat Cattle. Prices about same as last week, no good lots in. We sold privately 250 fat bul locks at very satisfactory prices.
THE DINNER CREEK RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
'THIE DINNER CHEEK IRUSII. We undlerstand that thie nuuerous miners who followed the rush to D)innetr Creek Iavo roturnod disatppointcd. Thu original prospector has, weo Ihar, only got a fow peouni wuights of gold for seuvral months' work. We should suggest that, for the future, the mingo registrars ho instructed to visit the eoolus of theUs Illtd when reported, oand huforu lublicity ii givlen to statemntuts which are very apt to sariously mnolunld,
Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Friday Night. ENGLAND v. AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
Latest Intelligence. [BY .ELEOTIO TELEGMAPH ], (FRost OUR. owN CoRIESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, . Friday Night. ENGLAND. ; y.. AUSITR.AL IA. This match was commenced" td-day by the English: El?vn :going ;to the, wickets. The weatheir wi e.xtremely hot, and tlhers was only a small attend ance of spectators. When thi'Stumps were drawn aitotal of 282 iiii's ad been obtained for the loss of soven .ityets. Boloi+ire tlie individual scores- Barlov, a Blacklhain,' b Grrett . 16 UI;yett, c:Blackham, b:Garrett.:.;v140 Solby, b Spofforth ..............;.. 7: Bates, st Blackllnm, b Garrett ... 23' Shrewsbury, 1 b w,.b Palmer ..... - 1 Midwinter, c Palmer, b 1Boyle..... 21 Scotton, at Blackham, b Gifln'.. 26 Emmet, not' out :.x......... ..'.27 [It will be seen that the albove scoies only add 'up to 270, whilst the totsil'is said to be 282, so that, asiusual, there is some inaccuracy in our telegram. En. B.A.] SALE, : .Friday, Marl O.10. A special meetiig oft thi Shale;B rough Couincil was held last n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
A. i3hacarthur & Co', I C'ITTLE SALESM1EN, Qovermlllleilt Auctionleers, V\llatolrS aind Arbltrators, 1Minir' anti Money Brokers, .?SD (?INEIIAIL COIMMISSION AGENTS. AUCTION SALItS of CATTLE, lTORSES, 1 i,:`. PRODUCE, LAND, &c., held every SATURDAY at our Yords in M'Dsillan-street, BAIRNSDoALE, at BarnvuxN the last Thursday in each month, End at SALa, M ?ArnA and STRATFORD when commissioned to do so. ' ; ' , i Account Sales and cash proceeds paid * ver imnedinyeljsales tieo coiclhided. Our Agentlat Bruthon is'Mr. John At chibald. . 'l'HE undersigned, as agents for the un Sdermndntioned Societies, are prepared to LEND MONEY at the lowest current rates, in sumss '.from £100 to £10,000. hidlibn Pers?ninent lhilhling Soelete. Colonllal 1Mutual Life Assurance Solcety. Liverpool ansd Glole Insurance Companly. And also for several largo capitalists in ielbourne. A.M'A. and Co. are also cout missioned to assist borrowers to build resi lenees.by.;advancing money as the work: p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
BATT'S HOTEL. BAIRNSDALE. THIS superior Hotel is now open for the reception of Tourists, Commercial gentlemen and Families. Visitors to the Lakes can be sure of flrst-class accommoda. 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.) Conuveyances. COBB AND CO.'S Telegraph Line of Royal Mail Coaches (In connectionu ith the Vict. Railways) J 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. Bairnsdalo to Sale (single) 0 10 0 Return Conches leave .the railway station, Sale, immediately on the arrival of the morning train from Melbourne, at 1.45 o'clock, reaching Bairnsdalo at 7.50 p.m. daily (Sundays excepted). Every information regarding fares, &c., on the abo...
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
.IELIIOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, March 8. THE, NEW ZEALAND :LOAN AND ?lER CANTILE AGENCY - COMPANY IMITCED re port: We offected at our auction sale to-day 3219 bags of'grbiin. Great interest was shoiwn during, the sale, and lower prices were ex pected to. rule; wre, .however, obtained 5E 7d for one line of wheat of prime milling quality, but prices generally show a declicne of about 2d on last trcke's rtes. Barlcey has declined about a similar.amount,.while onto were firm at late quotations. IMaize was withdrawn for is, and beans were also passed at 5s.
Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK AIARKET.' Wednesday, lMarch 8, Fat Cattle.-This market was gain heavily supplied, S18 hbaving been penned, consist ing for the most part of small lots of Victo ion cattle, only a small proportion of which were prime and good. The heat of the wen. ther had a depressing effect on sales, antd biddings were dull throughout. The few prime pens yarded sold at prices slightly under last week's rates, but in middling andt inferior descriptions a reduction of fully 20s per bead from late quotations had to be sub. mitted to.. Prime pens of bullocks sold at from £8 10s to £9 12s id ; good do, from £7 to £S; second do, front £5 to £G; inferior, from £4 ; cows, sold at frm £2 10a to £S, according to quality. Messrs. )DAL.,C.AMPBELL and Co. Sold22 bullocks and cows forMr. A. Martin, Luck now, to £7 12s Gd. Mr. J. G. DoutnARTYi. sold 10 bullocks for Messrs. Clarke and Simpson, Lindenow Flat, averaging £7 7 Gfd. Messrs. R. GInsox and Co. sold 10 bullocks for M[r. A....
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
, GENERA! L NEWS. Theo Custom House officers have made a seizure of two cases of spirits in the establishment of a large firm. in the country., The cases are labelled pure Gdne~va, with the JDKZ brand upon them in every way similar to thie ordi, nary imported Geneva; but upon examining them, however, it was found that they contained colonial spirits of a very inferior quality. The practice of selling colonial spirits in this manner has been, it is well-known, carried on to a considerable extent lately, and i doublo'fraud: upon the hotelkeepers and the g'eneral'donsumersperpetrated. The matter will be dealt with by the Supreme Court wli n a clirge of selling under fraudulent labels will be instituted. The penalty wvhichl can be imposed by the court in the case of a conviction being proved'is very heavy. It, may be of interest (the IVorld states) to the mercantile community to learn that the perpetrator of the Corn hill:robbery in London, which wvas'com mitted 20 years ago, when. a je...
WEDNESDAY, 8TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
-. W-"VC Su AY, 8T MAICoaH. in tlie board meeting the sam mem bers were present. MIOTIONS. Proposed by Mr. Traill-That it is imperatively necessary in the interests of.themniners that the reserves along the -strines in the Crooked River and Mit chell divisions bc granted. With regard to "tholopinion of the mining surveyor this board desires to point out that this gentleman is also the contract surveyor for the district, and therefore hardly in a position to give an unbiassed opinion. . Should.-the department fail to see its way clear to allow the reservcstthcre, the board accepts their suggestion to license the land under the 49th section only, but would expressly stipulate that before it should be sold or transferred to any other section of the Land Act, a searchl's ing:iniquiry should be made and a special reopot, obtained from the mining boardt as to the advisability of the action con templated;, Seconded by Mr. Cahill, and carried. Tihe board thii; went into committee as a whole...
GIPPSLAND MINING BOARD, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
c.IPPSUlANI) N l'1X( iI4BOARDl, TUESDAY, MArcon 7, 1882. (Abridged from the Meircyiry.) Present-A.- G. Traill, chairman,'T. N. "raoy, H. Foster, R. Campbell, T. Cahill, W\Y, Parker, .P. Riordan, P., Doyle, G: Gray and E. Tonce " Froiim H, Foster, .M.M.B., .stating thalt he ihad reported on applications for land comprising an area of 4889a Or 27p. It hnd been recommended in soml cases" that' reservations should' bdainifla for mining purposes. Fr :' /. From". Deputy 1Postmaster-Genernl, stating that due inquiries should be made concerning tlhe. second weekly mail be tween-Bendoc and Bnirnsdalo. .. From Public ,..Works, department' statinig tlihttlb i application for oplcniing up:.tli country between Gbongerali and Bulda was considered, and that a track would be' sclieduled as soon as circumin stacices woeld admit.'. From the Mining Board, Sandlurst, reporting:tlhat, tlhe, following resolution inad' been 'panssed 'at that board, and re questing:tle :co-operation of tlo.North Gippsladii...
V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. SECOND DAY. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
V.I I.C.14 SIIJNG INfIEE1 .NG. SECOND DAY. : S[B ELEOTnro TELEORAPH.? (FiRO?I Oui t O'6i CORRESPONDENT). Ie?LBOURNE, Thursday. . , There las a granid attendancel, nod splendid racing. .":HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. About two miles. J. Iliffe's cll g Eros, 6 yrs, 10st 51b........: ?1, W' :. Power's hb g Blnck Prince, G yrs, • 9st 101b' ... .................. .... ... .. 2 E. Evans' ch 'g Glenarvon, aged, O10st 7hb S 3 Time- 3min. 50sec. - S IlS'I Ii-"PRODUCE STAKEB._. 't'hree-quarters. of a.mile. Sir T. Elder's lch GUesswork, by Gang 1:orward.-Peradventure (iCmp) ......... 1 Sir T. Elder's b c Iassanio, by Gang For ! ward-Jessica ............................. 2 W: Pearson's b c Frying Pan, by Bethnal Green-Saucepan ..................;..... 3 Timne--lin. 18sec. CORIiiNTHiiIAN CUP." ' One nile and i half and a distance. UM.Lougtiliin's bg Handy Aidy, aged,11st 1 F. Wenitworth's b e The Drununer, 3 yrs, 12st 21b..... ... 2 G. Cripps'.br : lYarree, 4 yrs, 10st 71b .;. 3 Time-2mii n. 59sec..: S...
EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
EUROPEAN NEWS. By.'cablo we (Argus) learn that ono' of the'two Eton boys who received the Queen's personal thanks for pummel ling M'Leanu after he had fired at her.;. !Majesty, is the son of Sir Samuel Wilson, who is now in England. In the house of Commons the M?ar quis 'of Hartington, the Secretary of State for India, made his Indian budget speech, in the course of which he an nounced that the Afghan war had cost the- empire nearly £20,000,000. M r. Miles, a Conservative, has been returned for .Malmesbury in the place of Mr. Walter Powell, the late member. also a Conservative, who lost his life through drifting out to sea in a bal loon in December last. , ?i: The overflowing of the Mississippi Riveri in America continues, and thou-.: sands of persons who have been driven from their.homes by the rising waters are' reported to be iu anstarving state.. An engagement has. taken place at Figuiz, in, Morocco, between the Moorish and the French troops, thel hostilities having arisen over ...
THE INSOLVENT TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
TIl EINSOl?ENT'I'IC'RC .; -.. Iii letter to the Mlfercury, in favour >f makinig this much ,dlatedl andl un ontlhly unamed track, Mir. Foster, of Dmneo, blames the'Ofneo' Shire Council or not joining in the work :-" I need sardly point out,"' he goes on to say, that amongst the numerous districts ao be benefited by the constructioit-of Ihis' track, Omco cecrtdiiily 'afpears to lank first. Situated as it is about equi listant from Moinaro in N.S.W. tob:the seaboard in Gippsland, it will form-a depBt fromn which travelling stock could proceed fo. the Gippsland or north sastern markets. A glance at the map will show an almost straight lile.' fromi ,Ionnro to Irnafira, which passes through country which, for some time at any rate, is not likely to be occupied except by squatters' runs. This country pos0 sesses hie 'advantage of being well grassed and watered at times of'the year when, in dry seasons, the: selected. country, through which travelling stock at present pass,.is comparativ...
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
_----. MININ( NOTES. The mining manager of the Normnnby Q.AM. Co., Dargo, reports for the week dillng \[March 5th :-H-Iave had three idifts on during this week, sinking winze I sklidway tinnel; distanceo sunk for ihe week, .lOft. The country has been f a very broken nature so far, but 1 think it will improve soohn as we struck n fine bodytof qlnrtz on -Saturday -even i.g at tile bottom of the winze. The atone shows ery?good gold ns far as we hre broken into it, so [ hope to report further, and more favorably nlet week.'
THE HILDER CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
THE IIILI)R CASE.: Some months ago a great deail of excitement existed in'reference to the death- of a young woman who had been adopted as a daughter :by a AMr. and Mrs. Hilder, at Maryborough, and on the verdict' of a coroner's jury Dr. George Cccil Jackson was committed for trial on a charge of manslaughter. The Crowi `refused to prosecnite, and Dr. Jackson was discharged.:' An actionwla?? then commenced by Mr. Milder against Dr. Jackson to recover from hli a sum of..G400 which le had lent to Dr. Jack son in March, April and May last year.: The scase came on for trial in the Supreme Court on Wednesday 'before Mr. Justice Williams.and a, jury of six. Dr. Jackson, l who is now in .practice near Adelaide, attended and gave evi dence. It was not denied that the money was borrowed, but it was said that the defendant gave promissory notes for the amounts as they were borrowed. The notes had a currency of 12 months, and tile interest was 12 per cent. It was further said that 'Mr. Hilder ...
WRECK OF THE ROMEO. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
WRIECK OF THIE ]ROEO. Inspector Bruford, the Customs officer who went down by the steamee Blackboy to watch the interests of the departaent at the scene of the .wreck of the barque Romeo, Gabo Island, has telegraphed his report to tile Commissioner from Eden. He states that the engines of the Blackboy broke down when 40 miles from the shore, and hle and others had to take to the boat, and that after 10 hours sailing the Skerry Rocks, near Gabo Island, were rereached. The night was spent on these rocks, and next morning, after some difficulty, iglanding was effected at Wingan Inlet, the wreck of the Romeo being reached, at nightfall.. Only a portion of the vessel's framework and her stern iere left, the remainder of the hull having heen dashed to pieces by the waves. The cargo and wreckage extended for three miles along thie bench, 15 cases or lager beer and 10 cases of miscellaneous goods being counted. The officer states that the former remain sound, but many cases of furniture and...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. MR. POULSEN'S CONFESSION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDIENCE. MR. POULSEN'S CONFESSION. TO THE EDITOR OF TIIE ADVERTISER. Sir,-Will you allow me to make a few remarks upon Mr. Poulsen's letter, which appeared in your issue of the 4th inst. And first let me observe that he is wildly wrath ful on all sides. HIe lins a "fling" at '+ Scrutator "-whose identity,h by the by. it is not my province to reveal, even if.I know the writer, for he is a gentleman, I doubt not, who can tight his own battles. Mr. 'oulsent also has a?side-thrust at Mr. O'Brien, who, I am sure, can also speak for hlmself But when heo (Mr. P.) treads on'my corns I ant bound to cry out. --Mr. Poulsen feels no compunction at having endeavored to do me an injury by trying to have the land I had aplplied for withdrawn from snle: and thereby entailing loss on hittii iarest ' neighbor. for whom he professed goodwill. His only re gret was thit Mr. O'Brien. divulged -the scheme too soon;.. I should have taken no notice of it "till the election was over l' I won...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 11 March 1882
HARTMANN.-On the 3rd March, by drown- ing, whilst crossing the Mitchell River on his way to preach at Dargo, the Rev. Ernest W. F. Hartmann, aged 39 years, incumbent of St. John's Church, Bairns- dale, eldest son of C. F. A. Hartmann, Esq., merchant, London, and son-in-law of R. M. Treacy, sub-collector of Customs, Portland. Sincerely mourned.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 March 1882
on a number of promineiit colonists. Oseing to the attaclku made by one of the newospaprs at Constaintinople uponi tie patrifrchl of the Greek Church in that city, a riot took place, in which 600 Groeels took part. An assault was mIle up1oin the editor of thi paper, who woo killed. The debate on Mr. Gladstotie's reso lution, which hle introducod on the 20th ult., declaring tlhatr any inquiry into the working of the Irish Land Act would be inopporteno nsd injurious, has been continued in the House of Commons faring the prslsiit wclk, and' was luouglit to a conclusion last night, when o division wad taken. .Botli sides mustered their full strength, anid fiaidly tie resolution (wes odoptod. biyA 808 against 215 votes, showing a mojority of 63 votes inf av'ouie Mf the Geovern sicnt. L For some tisino past octive hostilities have been carriid on botweeni the Boors and some of the Zulu chiofso. whose. tcrritories are adjacent to the frontier line of thie Tranisval.i. The, Boors hlave mnad...