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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

BATT'S HOTEL. BAIRNSDALE. THIS superior Hotel is now open for the Sreception of Tourist, Commercijal gentlemen and Families. Visitors to the Lakes can be sure of first-class accommoda tion at Batt's hotel. Commodious Private Sitting Rooms. Commercial Room. Sample Rooms. Billiard Room. Hot and Cold Baths. :x c.. 'ta". ~-Good Stabling. ."Wnh. 'Wis and' Spirits, best quality. Convoyances meet all the steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, SProprietor (Late of tihe Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Conveynucco. COBB AND CO.'S Telegraph Line of Royal Mail Coaches (In connection with the Vict. Railways) LEAVE the Booking office, Bautt's Hotel, Main-street, Bairnsdale, for Sale and intermediate places daily (Sunday'sexcepted) at 10 a.m. FARES :- . s. d. Bairnsdalo to Sale (single) ... 0 10 0 Return Conches leave the railway station, Sale, immediately on the arrivalof themorn ing train from Melbourne, at 1.455 o'clock, reaching Bairnsdale at 7.50 p.m. daily (Sun days excepted). Every information regarding fare, &am...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

MIELBOURNE STATION PRIOIDUCE MARKET. Wednesday, March 22. .TIIE IEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MIER CANTILE AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED re port: Wool.-There is a good demand for all offering at laIte rates. Tihe current series eof London wool sales, we learn under date the 20th inst., are progressing steadily, but there does not now appear to be so active a demand as was previously ruling. Up to the present 177,500 bales have been ctalaogued. The series, it is intimated, will close on the 31st inst. Sheepskins.--We have done a very satisfac tory business during the week. There is a good demand for all descriptions at quota. tions :-Lamb skins 2s to 2s Gd each ; lamb pelts Is 3d2 to 2s; pelt s eto 3s 3d each ; dry skins 2s 3d to 5s d eaneh station skins (in bales) 4dd to 7d per lb. Hides.-We have moved off a full supply siince we nlast advised at satisfactory prices, and report a steady demand. We quote : Green ox hides IGs to I35s each; green cow hides 3jd to 3jd per lb; calf skins 4d to 41d per l...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. MELBOURNE DAIRY STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

Commercial. CIELBOURIXE DAIRY STOCK IIARKET. S Wednesday, oarch 22. WILLIAMr ADAmBso and Co. report : Groin.-Wheat : The market is very un steady, but prices are very little altered since our last report. We lave sold privately a few lines of good milling wheat from Cs 6id to its 7d ; medium to fair, as 3d to os 5d : in ferior, 5s 2.id. Onts : We have done a good husiness during the week, privately, at prices ranging from its 2d to its d for nmedium to good. A few seed parcels quitted up to is 8d. Barley : Cape sorts ore worth Is Sd to 3s 10d. Good malting is ensierand not much asked for; Is Cd is the top market price. In ferior to medium, 3s 10d to 4s Id. Maize quitted at Cs Id. Pens are in request from 3s Cd to 3s 0sd. Flour sold at £11 10', ex stn tion. Grass Seeds : We have sold a few par cels of Cocksfoot from 4 Id to Cd. Prime Rye grass up to Gs 6d per bushel. Dairy Produce.-We held our usual saleto dlay. Cheese: Our stocks were very low, and we arc quitting all consignmentss ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

Auctioneers' Noticc, W E beg to.intimate that our HORSE SALES will commence THIS DAY at TEN o'clock sharp. SHEEP and CATTLE at 12 o'clock, after the disposal of which the Horse Sales will be resumed. LUNCHEON will be provided at the yards. A. MACARTHUR & CO., Auctioneers. AGENTS FOR THE 'BAIRNSDALE ADVERTISER. T HE following gentlemen are the autho rised agents for the " BAIRNSDALE AnDVERTISER"t - J11t UTJEN ........................ Dngall. COON G ULM.EThIAG ......... . lu.torfj. FLIOURIONE............ Gordon ," Gotch. O0M EO ........................J.......... 1. abter. tYNESI'LLE ..................J. Digmey. S lt'AN JAllC ....... .... ...... . e. Rus. SNOI'Y IRVJ3...... ....A. Burt. AT.t11IO CROSSING............... Emery. Notice to. Correspondents and S Advertisers. It is respeetfollv reque.sted that all corres. pooelnce, advertisemeets, or business corn snmications -be addresoesl to the Editor of the A.drerti.sem. )Notice ? Subscribers. We beg to request that any smbscrib...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 March 1882

SHIPPING NEWS. The steamer Pretty Jane left Melbourne on Friday, and arrived off the Entrance on Sun day morning. She crossed the bar at 4 p.m. the samne day, and proceeded to Sale. Early yesterday morning tshe p.s. Lady of the Lake left the ]airnsdale wharf for tile Snowy River, and crossed the bar at i o'clock. The schooner Glengarry is loading in tol-. bourne for Banirnsdale and the Lakes. Con: signees are requested to forward their orders at once, as the Glengarry will be despatched promptly, and the Maffmra is expected to be in Melbourne to-day.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MELBOURNE. Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 March 1882

MELBOURNE, ..Monday Afternoon. In reply to a telegram from Sir Bryan OT'Loghlen, thm Colonial Seere tary, Lord I(iniberley, states that the statements of the 'Age with regard to a Russian invasion are incredible, as Russia is a friendly power. Mr. Young, tioe Ministcr. of Public ,orks,, cainnot : go to Omeo' till the drought in ,the :northern part of the colony ceanses, as he is reqmred in town. hMr. Kernot, one of the members for Geelong,'died yesterday. Messrs. J. Dwyer and iO'Cormack are mentioned asitwo of the nosi police magistrates, but the former will decline the position, as hii looks 'higher. Maize is quoted at Is 2d in AMel bourneo; but'strange to say, is quoted at 6s. in Sydney. Hops are in strong demand. Longfellow, the American poet, is dead. Adolphus Duncan, head teacher of Teasdalo state school, was nccidentally shot on Saturday afternoon when taking a loaded gun out of a buggy, and he died three hours afterwards. Destructive bush fires are raging in many parts of the...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Intelligence. THE CAULFIELD RACES. MELBOURNE, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 March 1882

Latest Intelligence. :(Bri ELEcrma TELEGIIAPIIH (FrROM OURn ow COuRESPO.NDENT.) THE CAULFIELD RACES. SMELnOUNLn, Saturday Evening. The 'race meeting held by tlhe Vic toria Amateur Turf Club at their course tn-day was a v.ry iuccessful one, the attendnane lring good and the sport fine. The Gippslanders present were disappointed at sdmi of the re sults, as tlhy looked forward to Mr. Davis's Tittle Duchess winning tile Hurdle Rasce and Fortuna 'the Rich mond Handicap, but thle daughter of Dread could only get third, and Fortuna was unplaced in her race. The follow ing are the'results : SELLING IlHAC.-Four furlongs. S. Grimwood'ea Harp of Erin, 4 yrs ......... E. Evans's Viking, 4 yr ....... . 2 11. Haines' The Ghost, 4 yrs ............... IIuInDLE lACIE.-OneI mile and a half. E. anasn's Glenorvan, nged, lst 31b...... '1. Joalls mn Ionitor, yrs, l0st 51b ........ 2 0. Davis' Little Duchess, aged, UOt 21b ... i SSriPAA'TION STAKees.-For furlongs. -WaRgner's Syndicnte. 2 yr .................

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MR. BERRY AT GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 March 1882

MiI. B?ERRIY AT GEELONG. MIr. Graham Berry delivered a speech on Friday night, at the mechanics' institute, be. fore a large audience. lie referred to the present political calm, gave a review of the conditions under which the last Berry Go vernment took office, and said their attempt to economise and retrench had resulted in their downfall from oftce. I e spoke at length, roviewing the acts of the previous Berry Goveronment, with the view of showing that tho material interests of tlhe colony did not suffer under their ?Egimw. He then spoke of the work of the last session, particularly of Ihe appointment of thie Education Commis sion, whichs he thought was not dealing promptly with its work. He had no confidence in the commission. The Tariff Commission was a continuous attempt to make out a case against protection. He thought the Government was entering upon a career of vast extravagance in making n?ew appointments. Rcispctlng the' avwards of the Kelly hoard, ho thought thle school ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. Thursday, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 March 1882

.1ELBOURNE PIG MARKET. Thursday, March 28. Messrs. Stratford, Strettlo and Co. ronort :-As our couistituents have taken notice of our last report, the sup ply was limited alnd though a better ton e was establislhedl, the holdera should be advised by us, and hold back to givo thie curers an opportunity of clearing off present stock. Tlhe weather has been very unfavorable for killing, but when a change takes place we opine a better prospect. Porkers were very dull, as reported last-night. Store pigs abso lutely unsaleable. No demand exists, and in face of low rates for porkers and bacons, feeders hold off.

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Notice to Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 March 1882

Notice to Subsoribore, We beg to request tint aiy outtecritnr foil. IOU Ito gut thu tdlrertinc)r regularly, wluthh r transmitted through the post or left by thie deliverer, will be good enough to give imow. dinto notice in ordler that the mistake may be traece nad speedily rectified.

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A SCARE ON BOARD H.M.S. NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 March 1882

A SCARE ON BIOARDi II.I.S. NELSON. Several of the officers of the Rifle regiment, arrayed in their gorgeous scarlet uniforms, visited H.MI.S. Nelson on Saturday, with a view of seeing the sailors at general quarters. The manoeuvres over, the blue jackets were allowed their usual 10 minutes to have their forenoon coffee ard cheese, and in the mean time our gallant officers were in quest of the many wonderful things which are to be found on board the largest warship that hals ever anchored in Sullivan's Cove. The torpedoes were under discussion, and a little insight as to their working was being given to the visitors. Compressed air forms one of the chief elements in working these destroyers, and the way in which the torpedoes were charged was beino explained. "In tholower part of the ship is a large air reservoir, where the compressed air is kept," said the cicerone, "and when it is required to be let into the chamber of the torpedo, this valve." suitilng the action to the wonl, " is...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, March 28, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 March 1882

The AdveI'tiser. PUBLISIHED EVERY TUESDAY, TIIURSDAY . AD SATURDAY M0onaING. Bairnsdalc, Tuesday; March ,28 1882. TiHE town will be canvassed to-day by a committee 'appointed to collect sub scriptions towards defraying the ex penses of the forthcoming Agricultural Show, and we cannot but imagine that their' appeal to the residents will meet with a generous and willing response. In- assisting towards ''cafrrying the exhibition to' a 'successful issue, the donors will not be contributing money which, when parted with, will be lost to them for ever inismuch, as the sums so subscribed will - eventually return to them, .both directly aid indirectly, with substantial interest added-directly, because an" Agricultiiral 'Show .induces a large influx of visitors to the locality in which it is held, and consequently brings to the place what is aptly termed foreign capital; and ilidircctly, in con sequence of the splendid advertisement a 'successful show proves, bringing the district under the ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 March 1882

S SPORTING -NOTES. (BY AlslCIMlEDES.) -The stakes won at tile Sale raccs were paid :on Fridiay at Wishart's Royal Exchange hlotel. Mir. W. Pearson' was in tihe chair. The fol lowiisg were thle various amounts paid over: -a1r. W.' earson, £303 1Os: 1Mr. P. Glen ister, £584; Messrs. J. and R. James, £64; Mr; G. Davis,'£62:; Mr. J. Calvert, £58; Mr. W. E. Power, £37; Mar. F. C. Goyder, £4; Mr. T. Chamney, £4; and Mr. J. M'Grade, £2.- :After lpaying all expenses the club have a credit balance of about £lGO0, which enables them to pay oft the old overdraft and start afresh with a small balance on the right side of the. ledger. A special meeting of the members of the club was held, to elect trus tees for the Greenwattle racecourse at which the following geiitlemen were elected :-The Hon. 'W. l'earson, M.L.C.; Messrs. J. W. Carroll, B. Topping, W. II. C. Thomson, and W. E: Power. I sce by the G-ippaland Standard that Paddy's Land won the lHurdle Race and Hack Race at the Lillies Leaf meeti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 March 1882

BAIRNSDALE PASTORAL & AGBR. CULTURAL SOCIETY. Annual Exhibition of Stock, Dairy Produce, Imple ments and Machinery, On iVE?l~n.EnA,', 5th April, At the Socie! y's Grounds, BAIRNSLi ...E, WT HEN the following PRIZES will be open to public competition: Class A-Draught Horse Stock. 1-Entire Horse, any age; first prize £3, second prize £1 2-Colonial Entire, any age, £2 3-Three.year-old Entire Colt or Geld ing, district bred, £2 4-Three-year-old Filly, £2 5-Two-year-old Entire Colt or Gelding. £2 0-Two-year-old Filly, £2 7-One-year-old Entire Colt or.Gelding, £2 S--One.ear-olda Filly, £2 0-Brood are", writh or without foal at £2 10-Bedt pair of Horses, adapted for farm work, the property of the exhibitor, £2 Class B-Blood Horse Stock. THOROUGHBRED. 1-Stallion, any age, £3 2-Stud Horse, which, in the opinion of the judges, is best calculated to improve and perpetuate the breed of the sound and stout thoroughLred horse for general stud purposes, .£3 3-Stud Horse, any age, district ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MINISTERIAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 March 1882

MINISTERIAL VISIT. The Hon. the Commissioner of Public Works and Customs arrived in Sale on Friday evening, and the following morn ing took evidence relative to the Gipps land fisheries and other local matters at the Club hotel.. They then proceeded by the Tanjil to Paynesville, and by the Sarah from the tishing village to Cun niughame. While at the Entrance the Ministers inspected the proposed site for the lighthouse, and they likewise went to the new entrance, mid consulted relative to the land necessary to be reserved when the works are commenced as well as for purposes required by the Customs department. Yesterday Cap tain Macartney took the lion. gentlemen in the Sarah back to Paynesville, where Messrs. Graves and Young had an in terview with the fishermen relative to the curtailment of the prohibited waters. There was not much time at their dis posal, however, but they took whalt evi dence was tendered, and promised shortly to make the fishermen acquainted with the decision of...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 March 1882

EUROPEAN NEWS.. LoDnos?, March 23. Her Majesty's message to Parliament, ask ing that provision might be made for a sepa rate -household for H.i.H.1.-tho..Duke of Albany, was considered in both houses this evening. In the House of Commons the motion was opposed. but on a division it was carried by 387 to 42 votes. Mr. T. M. Healy, the Home Rule member for Wexford,'made a violent attack upon the Royal Family in the course of a speech in opposition to the vote. The authorities in St. Petersburg have directed the Jewish chemists in that city to dispose of their businesses and leave thei enPital. Ihe motion tabled by Lord Redesdale, the Deputy.Speaker in the House of Lords on the 7thi inst., requiring that all members should, upon taking the oath of allegiance, declare their belief in God, came on for dis cussion to-night, and after a short debate was negatived without a division. A bill has passed the Canadian House of Commons for legalising marriage with a de ceased wife's sister. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 March 1882

TT OPPICIUNG.-PAY DAY. THnUsnaY, NEXr. 30th inst. Boat waiting an usual.-F. W. BLTrrI. W ANTED, any quantity of POTTED BUTTERI. hlighest price given.-T. 0. Por'rov, Melbourne Cash Store. W ANTED TO PURCHASE. 100 to500 V acres good agricultural andrazing land, on Mitchell. Nicholson or Tambo rivers. Apply at once. JAs. MonRRow & Co. T ANTED, COOK and LAUNDRESS. ApplyMre.ALLIsoN,Imperial Hotel. WANTED BONES in any quantity, delivered at Upper Jetty, Clyde. bank. Apply F. . i. OANT, Ialrnldale. ~TANT'ED, BONES is any quantity,. Sdelived at the Balrnsdalo Bolte Mill, Main road, or at the wharf,-C. II. 1O LET, a four.roomed COTTAGIE, with bglron and five aoroa of gr sd land. Apply DENIes What.nK, f B tlsanshlale a-sntoral andI A?ric?ultural Society. NOTICE TO EXHIBITORS. AFTER the expiration of the time ap pointed for receiving' Exhibits for the Show--6 p.m. Saturday, let April memuers will be charged the same as non members for late exhibits. The exhibits of district grown Kitch...

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FIRE AT WY YUNG. NARROW ESCAPE OF TWO CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 March 1882

FIRE AT WY YUNG. NARROW ESCAPE OF TWO CHILDREN. On Saturday. shotly before midnight, a fire occurred at Wy lung, which completely destroyed Mr. Roder's house, and that gentle. man's two children, aged 12 years and 10 years, narrowly escaped a frightful death. It appears that fur. and Mrs. Roder were absent in Bairnsdale on business for a few days, and they left a mali named Ferguson in charge of the premises and the children. Ferguson came into Bairnsdale on Saturday evening after ten, leaving the children in bed in a back room. He stopped here till about 10 o'clock, when he started for home, calling at two places en route, leaving the last place at about half-Ipast 10. When he got near the dwelling he discovered that the front rooms of the house were on fire. He imme. diately rushed forward, and entering the dwelling burst open the room in which the children were asleep. By this time the flames had reached the room, so smashing the framework of the window, he picked up the elder ch...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 March 1882

GENEIIAL NEWS. 'The triennial sale of Custonms goods',whilhli aommenced oil' Thursday, rcalised daring that day tei slum of 4.i54. An tnprece. leatled quantity of the lots boaght were re. bonled. . -i Our (lrga) Albury correspolandenlt writilng on Friday soys :-- "A remarkable tiiident occurred at Tamnbrell's sawaltll hero thls mornlig. The boiler hurst -thl destroyed the wholi struature. 'LThe son of thle Ipro. Irletor was attalndilng to the works, aud wans blown out of the building with the edtbris but escaped quite uninjured." At Traralgon there are great complaints as to railway misnlmnagcment, trucks being scarce, and the station belng blocked in every direction. Last Wednesday between Water loo and Trafalgar there wero 22 loaded trncks, many of them having been loaded some days, waiting to get away. The want of trucks must be a great ieconveniience to the dealers, as they havo to pay the carters weekly, and there being a scarcity of carters rates are very high, mien with two h...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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LATE LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 March 1882

LATE LOCAL ANi) GENERIAL. The. excursion to the Backl Lakes under the auspices of the Independent Order of Rechabites on Easter Monday promises to be a grand success. We understand that there is a probability of a large number participating in the trip, and to accommodate all both the Lady of the 'Lake and the steamer Tarra will be chartered for the occasion. Collections were made in St. Paul's Church, Sale, on Sunday, in aid of the fund. being raised for the widow of the late Rev. Mr. Hartmann, icho recently lost his life by drswning, while proceed ing to Dargo in the performance of his ministerial duties. Appropriate sermonis were preached by the Rev. Canon Wat son, and the amount collected ,was £12 5s Gd. It is anticipated that further sums will be contributed in Sale before the subscription list closes.Tinmes. The Times states that a foot-race be tween J. Dougherty, of Sale, and WV. B. Curran, of. Stratford, has been arranged, to take place at Stratford, ona the 27th April, dist...

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