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OMEO ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882

OMEO ANNUAL RACES. The following weights have been do clared : dae IURDLE RACE:. at. lb. Masrmion ....... ....... 11 0 Moonlight....... . 10 7 Kate Kelly ............. 10 0 Strychnine .............. ...... :9. 7 Bushman (94 urores ................. . .... ,9 4 Bushman ................ ..... .9* SHIRE HANDICOAP. st. lb. Baba, 5 yrs ...........:........ 9 0 Ada, aged .................. 9 0 Lady Chester, aged "r1..i. . 8'7 Aurom .:............::.:?;. 4 Panic, aged ......;..:. ...;; 7 ;7 Rosette, 4 yrs ...... ......;.: '7 7 Ferryman, S yrse ;..a..::. :::7 7 2 Planet, aged ..................;... :7 .2: Twilight, 4 yrs........ ....... 7 0 James Clare, aged........... 6 7 Eileen, S yes ............ . 0 Tree Blue, Syrs ......... 5 -10 Matchlesst 3 yrs ............ ., 5 10 Starlight, 3 yrs .................. 5 10 H. FAITHFUL G. WORCE$TER Handicappers. hi. MACSAMARA The Omeo handicappers will have to re-adjust their weights for the Shire Handicap, as according to the V.R.C. mules in a flat ra...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882

:. Ma'carthur & Co., CATTLE SALESMEN, 'Government Auctioneers, Valuators and Arbitrators. llinilng and Money rulokcers, A N) GENERAL COM31I]0SION AGENTS. A UCTION SA:iLS of CATTLE. * 1 HORSES, PIGS, PRODUCE, L* i. &c., held every SATURDAY at our Yards in Mi'Millan-street, BamNusasn, at Bsua?aN the last Thursday in each month, and at SAn?, MAr?FFnA ;d SaRTIr?ORD when commissioned to do so. Account Sales and cash proceeds paid ; over immediately sales are concluded. -Our Agent at Bruthen is Mr. John Ar chibald. .~loney. S?HE undcrsincred, as agents for the un dermontioned Societies, are prepared to LEND MONEY at the lowest current rates, in sums ef from £100 to £10,000. Modern Permanent Building Society. Colonial Mutual LifTe Assurance Society. Conmnerelal Union Society of London. And also for several large capitalists in Melbourne. A.M'A. and Co. are also cosm missioned to assist borrowers to build resi: . dences by advancing money as the work "proceeds. pr eds. A. MA...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882

BATT'S: HOTEL. ': : BAIRNSDALE. STI HIS superior Hotel is now open for the J. reception of Tourists, Commercial gentlemen and Families. Visitors to the tLakes can be sure of first-class accommodn Stion at.Batt's hotel. Commodious Private Sitting Rooms. -, Commercial Room. Sample Rooms. Billiard Room." tyn3ndCrlstBethsl.. G-:Good Stabling. Wines and Spirits, best quality. Convoyances meet all the steamers. S THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Coiinveyances. COBB AND CO.'S 'Telegraph Line of Royal Mail Coaches (In connection with the Vict. Railways) T EAVE the Booking office, Butt's J Hotel, Main-street, Bairnsdale, for Sale and intermediate places daily (Sundays excepted) at 10 a.m. SFARES:-- s. d. Bairnsdale to. Sale (single) 0 10 0 Return Coaches leave the railway station' Sale, immediately on the arrival of the i6rning: train fbrom Melbourne, at 1.45 o'clock,, reaclhing Bairnsdal9 at 7.50 p.m. daily (Sundays excepted). Every information regarding fares, ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Commercial. MELBOURNE BREADSTUFFS AND GRAIN MARKET, &c. Tuesday, Feb, 14. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882

Commercial. MELBOURNE BREADSTUFFS AND GRAIN MARKET, Re. W Tuesday, Feb. 14. In breadstuffs flour is moving off for trade purposes at ell 5s. It is generally asserted that wheat is easier to-day. Sales, however, have been effected privately at quite equal to late quotations, altnough at tle rsction sales less s'isposntion to buy is evinced. About 2000 bags were cleared off under the hemmer at prices ranging from 4s 10d, as Id and 5s 3d to 5s 4d, a small lot for seed making ais ?.sd. For prime milling and shipping par. eels s 4r thus became the top price. The sale of Mr. John Fcrguson's Struan hops, 1882 season, amounting to 200 bales, to Messrs. Thomas Luke and Co., is reported; resales of some 20 bales of the earl)' ones have since been effected. The.quality of the samples shown is excellent.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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TAMBO SHIRE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882

TAMBO SHIRE ELECTIONS. As the election day approaches the excitement becomes proportionately more intense. The only riding in which no uncertainty exists is the Snowy River, where, as we previously inti- mated, the three candidates selected have had a walk over. There was talk of opposition till the last moment, and a requisition was presented to Mr. Laugh- ton, inviting him to stand, but he could not see it, his motive for declining being that if he had consented he would have had to go to the Snowy to speechify and canvass, and he could not afford the time at this busy season of the year. Messrs. Cameron, Grove, and Watt are all new men to Council matters so far as this district is concerned, but we believe that they will put their shoulders to the wheel for the advancement of the locality, and in this confidence we heartily congratulate them on their un- opposed return as the first councillors for our new shire of Tambo. In the Bruthen Riding, Messrs. J. Qalvert, D. Johnston, R. ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Thursday, February 16, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882

The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Thursday, February 10, 1882. THE new president of the Bairnsdale Pastoral and Agricultural Society sig- nalised his advent to office, by making the practical and commendable sugges- tion that, at any meeting of the com-   mittee, notices of motion sbbuld be given of business to be brought forward at the next meeting. By this method ?? of committee will not ?? members     quaintcd with ?? only be made ac-   disce" d '- 9e Various uhidc's to be isc-ed, 'lln i. t e'lecting over thel.s In the meantime be in a better position to prepound their views thereon, but such a course will have a salutary effect on the attendance, as by thinking over the business for transaction, each committee man will keep in mind the date and time of the next meeting. The committee will meet next Saturday afternoon, and included in the business for considera- tion will be two ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882

W ANTED, a good female COOK. High wnges given. Apply Farmners' HIome hotel, Coongulmernog. W ANTED, a good strone LAD, to make himself generally useful. Apply to M. IlUSTOFOF, Coongulmnernog. ST ANTED, a good general SERVANT. S Apply this morning. JOSEph IlECK LtY, Butcher. iPPLICATIONS for PAINTING the A Residence attached to the State School at Lower Boggy Creek, No. 1821, will beo received up to Saturday, the 18th inst., at the office of this paper, wlere the spocfica. tions can be seen. S'TTANTED, by a middle-aged person, 1 V a SITUATION as Housekeeper, or Housekeeper and to teach young children. Good references. Apply by letter ofice of this paper. - money to Lend, ON approved security. No commission, agency, or valuation fees. Apply PATRICK RYAN, Wy Yung. To Ctrepenlte.rs nlltld ! 3AwyelN. W ANTED PUT UP, a Wooden Cot tage at the Little River Station, Black Mountain. For particulars apply to E. O'Rourke, Suggan Buggan Station. Shire of Omeo. N OTICE is hereby given that the Do...

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BAIRNSDALE . POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH. (Before Mr. A. W. Howitt, P.M., and Dr. Morrison, J.P.) HORESTEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 16 February 1882

BAIRNS)DALE . POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH. (Before Mr. A. W. Howitt, P.M., and Dr. Morrison, J.P.) HORSESTEALING. Henry Clark was charged on re- mand with stealing a horse, the pro- perty of Maria M'Cormack, of Bruthen. Mr. Greene appeared for the accused. The only evidence adduced was that of Constable Clarke, who had received the prisoner from the New South Wales police on the 4th inst. On the applica- tion of the police a remand till the 21st was granted, bail being allowed, the accused in £50 and one surety of £70, or two of £35 each. Daniel Reedy was charged with steal- ing a mare, the property of Mr. W. Calvert, on the 2nd January. Mounted Constable Clarke, of Bendoc, deposed that on the 4th of January at Gelan- tipy, at a place called the Gulf, near Tubbut station, he met prisoner in com- pany with Dan Whelan and a lad named Kenneth M'Cole. He had a grey filly with him, upstanding, branded WC on near shoulder, about three years old. Remained in his company about an h...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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BAIRNSDALE COUNTY COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20. CAUSE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 February 1882

BAIRNSDALE COUNTY' COURT. ?O?MAY, FEBRUARY 20. CAUSE LIST. Gippaland S.N.C. v Launder and Martin Macarthh v Watt Goold v lirlow Baudine; I Simmonds Baudinc I Woodward Ross v ianilton Armstrorigv Kellic Macleod `rSmitih IHendersony Woodward Johnson aplarria Ross v Dan Ross v A 3ow Ross v J. . Scott Ross v Johlston W nlaa lrANENI T Watt v leproy

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LATE LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 February 1882

LATE LOCAL AND GENERAL. The shire supervisor has just returned from an inspection of the old Dargo road. He was accompanied during his journey by Councillor Scott, who takes -cat interest in such shire matters. They found by taking the levels that by a sideling round Davey's Knob, and by a sideling round another knob further on that a good and comparatively level road can be made to the Dargo at very little expense and with no difficulty. The s.s. Pretty Jane crossed the bar inwards on Thursday, and weat.to Sale, leaving for Bairnsdale yesterday, where she will ialond to-day. A lectire on "the South Sea Is landers, their manners and customs, and the progress christianity has made amongstithem," is announced to be delivered on Tuesday evening next, at the Bairnsdale Wesleyan Church, by the Rev. George Daniel, of St. Kilda. The admission will be free. Mr. J.IA. Taylor was informed yester day by wire of the sale of his entire crop of hops-probably about 11 tons weight -at Is Ld per lb....

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ROSEDALE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 February 1882

ROSEDALE RACES. The following weights have been de clared:- ROBEDALE HANDICAP. at lb Miss Laura ... ... 8 10 Rosetta .... ... 8 2 Aurora . .. ..8 , 2 Dunstan ... ....: 7 12 A. C.. 0 ... .;. 7 8 Bird of Prey... 6 12 HANDICAP HURDLE IRAOE. ast lb A. c. .... .. 104 Panic ... ... 10 0 M?rmion ... ... 9 12 Kate Kelly ... ... 9 7

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FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, Feb. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 February 1882

FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, Feb. 15. Messrs. Dal. Campbell and Co. re port :-Fat Cattle : 1980 forward, nearly all Victorian; large proportion good and, useful. Full attendance of the trade,. but sales opened dull at a slight reduction on all descriptions. Better qualities, however, improved later on, closing at fully loast week's rates. Prime pens of bullocks made from £9 10s to £10 10s ; best cows £6 17s Gd. We sold 20 bullocks for Mr P. Cle ment, Prospect, averaging £8 12s 6d ; 10 bullocks fos Mr A. Smith, Alexlea, at £7 17s Gd, and 93 for Messrs. M'Donald, Rentoul, and W. Clement.

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 February 1882

MELBOURINE STATION PRtODlICE MARKET. Wcednenlry, February 15. TilI: NEW l.iLAiND LOAN ANDS ll:M - CANTILE1 t'0NCY COMPAN LIMITrrED re Wool.-The market conltinues firm a late Sheepskins.-An impn~-d 'ieeting. We quote : c Lamb skint I s 1ld to s cacht; lamb pelts 1Ost to I.; biutcher.' skills up to 5s each : pelts ls lt to 2s 4114 each ; dry skins .s ;lhi to Gs each; station skitns (ill bales) 1lId to 7d per lb. Hides.-Owing to the fact that the latest cable advices fromn the London market repo t a decline in leather, and to the large number of hides now to tIand, there is a somewhat easier feec;ng, though there is no quotable change. Leather.--We have moved off a large sup s y. Sutperior sorts of basls lhave met with attention, also light crop and kiil. The late reported decline in the London market has had no material effect on prices here. Kangaroo Skins, &c.--Large and good con dlitioned kanugaroo and wallaby skins are quickly taken up at quotations, but the iin ferior sor...

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MAFFRA CATTLE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 February 1882

MIAFFRA CATTLE SALES. Messrs. English, Peck and Co. re port-Stores : About 200 head for ward, and prices firm at late rates. We sold Franklin River bullocks at £4 8s ; others, £8 to £4; cows, £1 10s to £2 5s. Fat Cattle: Market about same as last week. Messrs. A. M'Lean and Co. report: Only a moderate supply forward ; prices firmer. We sold fat cows to £4 5s; bullocks, from Bairnsdale, at £5 14s; store bullocks, forward condition, at £4 15s; cows, to £2 12s Gd; vealers, at 15s; merino owes, at 4s id ; crossbred ewes, at 7s 6d.

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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Saturday, February 18, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 February 1882

The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MoRNIN?G. B irnsdale, Saturday, February 18, 1882. We shall issue our supplement next Tuesday, pressure of business having prevented our presenting it with to-day's publication. "Publications Received," " Notes by a Rambler," and several items of dis trict and general intelligence are held over till next publication. The committee of the Pastoral and Agricultural Society will meet this after noon at three o'clock at Burt's MIitchell Hotel, when the committee to carry out the show will be appointed. Court we erroneously stated that Mr. J. F. Stuart appeared for plaintiff in the case Shaw v. Laughton. nMr. Shaw appeared for himself, and the result was another exemiplification of " a man who is his own lawyer, &c." AccountF for J. Bull, M. Breen, W. Devine, WV. H. Gregson, J. Johnston, R. Macarthur, J.. F. Nichols, J. G. Peers, H. E. Robineon, W. Stuart, H. Swan, J. L. Stormont, and J. H. Vogt are at the Receipt and...

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A DREADFUL CUTRAGE. SYDNEY, Feb. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 February 1882

A DREA)FUL (;UTRAGE. SYDNEY, Feb. 16. A dreadful tragedy occurred at Mor peth this morning. A man named Chas. Grimley, residing in East Maitland, went to the house of a girl named Ann Pettit about three o'clock, and fired two shots at her while she was asleep. Tile second shot took effect, killinglier on the spot. He then returned home. Three hours afterwards hle was found dead in his bed. Jealousy is supposed to have been the cause of thie tragedy. In his room were found twe pieces of paper. On one was written, " Kill her, yes;" on the other, "Kill her, no." He had evidently premeditated the crime, and drawn lots to decide his action.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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ESCAPE FROM GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 February 1882

ESCAPE FROM GAOL. The prisoner, Frank Cawley, com mitted for trial recently at Sale on a charge of embezzling money from Mr, Maclachlan, of Grassdale, and also with stealing a horse, the property of Mr. Johnson, of Sarsfield, and confined in the Sale gaol waiting his trial on the 24th at the Sale Assizes, managed to make his escape from MIr. Cassidy's hotel on. Wednesday afternoon. It seems incredible that in broad daylight, and with a constable supposed to be on guard, a prisoner should be able to escape, and there must have been a neglect of duty on somebody's part. We learn that the same night Mr. Thomas Feely, having a road contract near Wurruk, missed a bridle and a couple loaves of. bread from his camp, and on Thursday morning a man answer ing Cawley's description was seen mak ing towards Tinamba with a bridle and some bread in his landp. The police here have their own idea's of the man's intentions, and their surmises we sup press for obvious reasons.

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Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 February 1882

Latest Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIO TELEGRAPH ] (FRooe OUn OWN COnnEsPo5DENT.) MELBOURNE, Friday Night. A quantity of phosphorus stored at Chirnside's station, near Skipton, ig nited by spontaneous combustion this morning, and the homestead and build ings were threatened with destruction by fire, which, however, was subdued by the station hands, one of whom had every shred of clothing burnt off his body and was seriously injured. Extraordinarily rich yields are being obtained at the Cotton Tree diggings, near Wodonga. The WHdden Treasure Co. obtained 74oz of gold from two and a quarter ton of stone. M'Fadycan, who recently appeared as a star at the Bijou Theatre, was charged this morning with threatening the life of'his w;fe, the well-known actress, Miss Carrie Nelson. The latter stated that during the whole of their married life, which extended over ten years, her hus band was almost continually drunk, in which condition he was very violent and ill-used her greatly. He was kind and g...

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THE HOP INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 February 1882

THIE HOP. INDJUSTRY. The prospects of the hop industry look very bright this year, and good prices as well as good yields appear likely to pre vail. Mr. J. A. Taylor has, we learn, had an offer of Is 8d per lb. for his entire crop. He is, however, determined to hold for a higher rate, and expects his crop to go in some portions 25 owt. to the acre. The Age of Thursday says :-"A splendid specimen of what the colony can produce in the shape of growing hops, one of the progressive industries of this colony, can be seen at the White Hart Hotel. It covers the whole of the bar, andl was brought down by Mr. Solomons, the hop merchant, from the hop gardens at Oxley belong ing to Mr. James Henly. The duty of G;d per lb enables this gentleman to make a profitable margin. He has a water wheel which lifts the water for three miles. He has, we are informed, 20. acres under cultivation, and this year's produce will yield 15 tons. He gives employment to sixty men, women and children. There are als...

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WRECK NEAR GABO ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 February 1882

WRECK NEAR GABO ISLAND. The Government steamer Disiatclh was at once sent to look after the barque which was seen by tho s.s. Rosetta stranded on the coast near Gabo Island. It turns out that she is the Romeo, from Hamburg to Sydney. All lives were saved, but the vessel became a total wreck. The captain reports running ashore through mistaking the land for a fog bank. The Romeo is an iron barque of 641 tons register, built and owned in Liverpool, and was on a voyage from Hamburg to Sydney, with a cargo con sisting of pianos and cement. When they left the ship in the gig the captain steered for Gabo Island, but the crew becoming exhausted, they determined to land on the bench near Bostion Point. This was done, and they slept all night in tihe bush, leaving on Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock for Gabo, where they arrived safely, having left the ship's gig on the beach near Bostion Point. It is rather unfortunate that this wreck, if it was to occur, did not take place somewhat nearer the...

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