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BAIRNSDALE LAND BOARD. THURSDAY, MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 4 April 1882

BAIRNSDALE LAND BOARD. TIHrnsDAY, MAndl 380. (Before Mr. W. H. Gregson, Land Officer.) 1. T. J. Jackman, 216a Ir Sp, Buchan; north-west of Winm. Duke's.-Recommended. 2. W. M. Bowie, 148a 3r 24p, lBuchan, east of his present holding.-Recommended. . 3. Emily J. Neal, 320n, lBuchan, formerly held by C. st. O'Rourke.-Postponed. 4. Thomnas Ten ill, 80a, Tambo, south of Andrew Prott's.-Recommended. 5. W. J. Lambourne, 88a, Tambo, south east of Thos. Terrill's....Rlecommended. G. Samuel ACulbert, 50a, Goon Nnre, nbrth of W. MaePhiddian's.-Postponed, 7. David Duffy, 127a Sr 3p, Goon Nure, north-east of S. Davies.-Recommended. 8. Joseph Duffy, O99a 3r O9p, Goon -Nure. south-west of J. Velleley's.-Recommended. 0. A. W. N. Donne, 319a 2r 28p, Goon Nuro and Bengworden, south of John Bruoe's. -POstponed. 10. Annie Duncan, 14In Or 33p, Moor. murng, south of J. A. Taylor's.--Recom mended. 11. James Iurn, 82a 3r 25p, Coongulme rang, allotment 71.-Recommended. 12. lichael Ste'h'ens, 120a. 3r 10p, Ya...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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DEATH BY DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 4 April 1882

DEATH BY DROWNING. In our last issue we recorded that a young man named Edwin Henry Le Page was missing, and that his clothes had been found near the bathing house, which led to the supposition that he had either been accidentally drowned or had committed suicide. The police dragged the river, all day Friday and Saturday without finding the body, but yesterday morning, a little after seven o'clock, William Jefferson, while going down the river in a boat, found the body of the young man caught by some willows about 200 yards from the bathing house. A magisterial inquiry was conducted by Mr. M. Goold, J.P., yesterday, when Mr. T. J. Burt deposed that the deceased had been employed by him for eighteen months as groom. On Thursday night last Mr. Osborn, watchmaker, called at the hotel with reference to some money which had been left for him with de- ceased, and witness went out and told Le Page of it, remarking that deceased had better go in, and he said he would. As deceased did not ma...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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OUR OMEO LETTER. Friday, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 4 April 1882

:OUR 0i1110 LE'I'ER. (PRoMt oURt OWN CORtIESPONDEET.) Friday, March 31. I beg to call your attention to what is evi. dently a nmistake it your leading article of Thursday Inst.. In referring to the deputatioll to Mr. Young recthe Tamnbo Valley road, you soy, "They (tile deputation) Ipoited oat |hat the Tambo Valley road could be completed to the boundary of tfe lsire (tile Italics are mine) were an adlditional' £2500."plahe?lde the estimates besides tile £29000 of thIe lasL vote lwhicth had n?ot betl elxpended." In your lelbourne telegramt the matter is pll correctly, but them it Is to tie ".Tamblq Crossing" ttht tle maoney asked for will nake the road. Of courese it is Ilnnaces?ary for me to point out the tiffCleeCeo betweel the fact of the case aold' whil is itmplied iu your article. Whest tIle work is compldetedi to tha Tamho Crossing, the road as originally asked for and which is nctlually tlnseos.rv, will be about half. made, antd the questiont as to lwhelther it shall reanini ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 April 1882

PAJYNI D rES IVIJ LP Annual Regatta. MONDAY & TUESDAY, April 10 & 11. President-R. Langfolrd, Esq. Treasurer-- . L. A. Elston, Esq. FIRST DAY, EASTER MONDAY. 1. First-Class Sailing Race, open to all comers. -Distance about 12 miles. First prize .£20, second prize £10, third prize entrance fee. 2. Second-Class Sail:r-:: e, open to all boats 20£t Gin and under. Distance about eight miles. First prize £10, Eecond prize 3. Third-Class Sailing Race, open to all boats 1lft Gin and under. Distance about eight miles. First prize; £5, second prize £2 10r. 4. Ladies' ..Pulling Race, open to the wives and daughters of fishermen. First prizeo £3, second prize £110s, third prize 10s (the gift of Mrs. N. Langford). En trance free, .5. Athletic Land Aquitic Sports, for which prizes will be given amounting in the aggregate to upwards of £15. SECOND DAY, EASTER TUESDAY. ' 'Sailing for Langfcrd's. Presentation Cup, value 35. guineas, open to all boats on the Gippsland 'Lakes. Distanee...

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Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 April 1882

Latest Intelligence. fBr ELEcrMIC TELEGAPH ] (P10 on own COIORES5PONDEN~T.) MELBOURNE, 'Wednesday Night. The Minister of Railways considering it inadvisable that the colony should remain so greatly dependent on its coal supply from New-South Wales, has in contemplation greatly increasing the consumption of firewood on railways. Tenders will shortly be called for the supply of wood. A young man named Adolf. Wailer, a recent arrival from New Zealand, was sentenced to two months imprisonment for passing valueless cheques. Mr. Bent has promised to consider the application of the Australian Frozen Meat Company for the erection of a siding on the Williamstown line so as bring the company's works into direct connection with the railways and ship ping and has also promised to provide refrigerating cars to run from the works to the pier. At a general meeting of the Victorian Champagne Cqmpany this morning the directors' report which was of an encourag ing character, stated that the wine in t...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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GIPPSLAND HOP-GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 April 1882

GIPPSLAND JIOP-GIIOWEIRS' ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MnEETING.G On Tuesdasy afteraoon the annual meeting of the banovs rssocint'on was held at Roberts' Commere?il lotel, Mr. It. Cocaiane, the president, being in the cbai.,and there being a ia.ge nttendaneo of amembers. Mr. A. J. Macleod, the hon. sec;e.ar- and htreasurer, rend a statemenL of accounts, whiah showed that the rssooiation, pier prying all ex. penses, bad a sum of £7 Gs 10tl in hand. A conversation took place as to whether it would not be deshiable, for the future, to have the accounts audited, but no plovIiolo having been mnade hi theb rules for the ap. pIolntmtent of auditors thle str.tement as reai was nadoptel by thio meeting. After some disacaslon, it was deldold that the election' of ollieo.s a?ould be prmoceeded with by ballot, and Messrs. J. A. Taylor and Ii. Cohraneo having been nomnllllted Is lsSt. dent, Mr. It, Cochrane wna re.oleetel to tltt Io.ihInn by noio evotes to seven, nid t Iln thk iotg the a?loctlalo for the...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 April 1882

EUROPEAN NEWS. LoNDoN, Apr;l 2. The Russian Government have de cided to expel all foreigners from the country who have not been naturalised subjects for a term of five years. Owing to the prompt action of the Spanish Government in arresting the rioters concerned. in the recent outbreak at Bnrcelona, the disturbances have ceased, and quiet is now restored. A plot has been discovered by the authorities, the object of which was to destroy the police barracks at Limnerick by means of dynamite. Severalpersons have been arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the conspiracy. Intelligence has been received of a most disastrous collision with loss of life having taken place off Cape Finis terre. Two vessels, the Duoro and Yraracbnt, came into violent collision, and both foundered in a few minutes. Thlirty-five of those on board the Duoro, and sixty-seven belonging to the Yrarac bat, were saved. The rest perished. The Right Hon. Henry Fawcett, the Postmaster-General, has intimated that s...

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THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 April 1882

THE BANQUET. In the evening the members repaired to Payne's Assembly Hall, and sat down to a splendidly-prepnred dinner, under the presi lency of Mr. II. Cchtane, whllo had for his cri-a-ril Mr. J. A. Taylor. The hall, as usual, was brilliantly li:htcd, and the tables richly nad profesely laden with everything calcu Inted to tempt the appetite of the guests, and the highest encomiums were freely ac corded both Mr. and Mrs. Payne, not only for the excellence of the spread and the taste ful, if not artistic, manner in which it was laid out, but for the great desire manifested by the hostess (who appeared in pro]Jria persona) and her staff of waiters to minister to every little want of the diners. The at tendance was not so large as had been anti cipated, the inclemency of the night keeping many at home who had signified their inten tion of being present, and this occasioned general regret. But in all other respects everything passed off successfully and har moniously. After the cravin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 April 1882

Wednesday, 15th April, 1882. Store Cattle. E NGLISH, PECK and CO. are instructed by Wm. Woodhouse, Esq., to sell by auction, at their yards, Bairns dale, aln the abovo date, 160 first-class Bullocks and Cows. Tihe above will be drafted, and sold in luts to suit purchasers. Also same lay, By instructions from Thomas Bass, Esq., 130 nixed Cattle. These will be classed. Time-12 o'clock. -" r Mi I" L UbT, a slate-colored greyhound DOG. Finder will receive Gs reward on re turning it to office of this paper. M RS. T. P. JOHNSTON requires AP PRENTICES or IMPROVERS to the Dressmaking. Apply early. Pearson-street, near Botanical Reserve. LATEST MEL BOURNE STYLES. W ANTED, for a general store, an honest and smart YOUTH, who can ride, cut up meat, and make himself generally useful. Apply C. SWAK,, Bairnsdale. W ANTED, a JUNIOR ASSISTANT in the Drapery department.-C. SWAN. IW ANTED TO PURCHASE, 100 to 500 Sacres good agricultural and grazing land, on Mitchell. Nieholson or Tambo rivers. Apply a...

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BAIRNSDALE AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 April 1882

BAIRNSDALE AGRICULI'URAL SIHOW. The annual show un'der the auspices of the Bairnsdale Pastoral and Agri cultural Society took place yesterdrv, and was, cons;deing all things, a most soccessful e.chibition. On Tuesday the incessant and heavy rano seemed likely to have the e'ect of either gett'ng the sllow postponed, or else of, to a great measure, f.use,;:ng tile enel3etic eiorts put forward for the prst month by the gentlemen who had been deputed to make all sarangements for the show. Much as the dowanou" mey be appre ciated by all, nevertheless longing eyes were cast at the sky in the fond hope of seeing a break in the clouds, and when early on Wednesday morning it was still reining heavily the greatest appre hensions were felt that the show would result in a posidve failure. At baenk fast time, however, there was a break, and over and anon a welcome glimpse of the sun was obtained. But the weather was cold and showery, and re mained so throughout the day, which militated greatly a...

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FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 April 1882

FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, April 5. Messrs. Dal. Campbell and Co. re port :-Fat Cattle : 2100 forward, and as usunl of late, mostly medium and inferior quality. Prices for best pens show an advance of 10s ; others are also better. Ilest pens of bullocks made from £10 to £11 15s; best pens of cows, £X6 10. We sold 18 bullocks for Mr. Thomson, Clydebank, averaging £9 1s ; 20 bullocks for Mr. Bowman, The Ridge, averaging £8 Is 3d; 20 bullocks for Mr. M'Alpine, Tarraville, averaging £7 16s Cd ; and 141 cows and bullocks for Messrs. Ale::. Fraser, Hawthorne, loond, and M'Donald, at highest market rates. Messrs. R. Gibsou and Co. report: Fat Cattle : Although ovcr 2100 head .of cattle were yarded the demand was good, and prices for best qualities ad vanced about 10s per bead, others sell ing at late rates. The supply consisted of Victorian stocks, very prime pens of bullocks fi.trihing 10 guineas to 11l 10s ; secomi, £8 to £10. We sold 200 head at qulnttions. Sheap : Another smal...

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OUR OMEO LETTER. Monday, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 April 1882

OUR. OlMEO LElm El. .(FROM OUR OWN COKRESPONDENT.) Monday, April 8. Tho following is Mr. Raston's report re the practicabilitv of bringing a perma nent sutpply of water to Lake Omeo. As the matter is one of great import nnce to,tlh district I copy it in full : "The P esntent, . " Omeo Shire Council. "Sir,-I-have the horior to report that in pnrsunnee of the ins;nictions of your council I- hve mr.do a Nfiiuo su roy of the mr.in poin; lbewemi Lan:O O).nco nld a point on0 theo Mo.ns% C(cck.pt tiflicient elevation to convey wnter boeween tietwo tlpces. In the filrt illace, lobsrcve thlat tiioe is not more thbn two cubic foot of waier per second ilis ch:lrinm In the creek at the present time-in rmy opinion not suinucnt to P.llow n stream of any .prnaicnl use to discbtrge into the lake, the disLnce being from 20 to 23 mile, and most of lte wrier would be ab sorbed in thogiound or evapoanted. In view, however, of keeping np a entinllneut supply of water in theo loue ulir sanmmer mnonths, b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 April 1882

A. Milacarthur & Co., CATTLE SALES]IEWN, Government Auctioneers Valuators and Arbitrators, Mlining and Money Brokiers, S AND GENERAL CO0MlMIESION AGENTS. AUICTION SALES of CATTLE, HORSES, PIGS, PRODUCE, LAND, &c., held every SATURDAY at our Yards in M-'lillan-street. BArNxnrSDAL; at Banzarz the last Thursday in each month. and at SAoi, MA.Ir A and STnRATFon when commissioned to do so. Account Sales and ensh proceeds paid over immediately saBe.? ere concluded. Our Agent at Bruthe.t :z Mr. John Ar chibald. S Plonsey.' THE undersigned, as age'nts for the un dermentioned Societies, are prepared to LEND MONEY at the lowest cunrrent rates, in sums -ft from £100 to £10,000. Iodern Pernmancit Bullding Society. SColoniala MItual Life Assurance Society. Liverpool nnd Globe Insurance Company. And also for several large capitalists in Melbourne. A.M'A: 'and Co. are also com smissioned to assist borrowers to build resi deuces by advancing money as the work. p.. ceeds A. MACARTRUR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 April 1882

BATTr HOTEL, BAIRNSDALE. S "HIS supoerir Hotel is now open for tlh I reception of Touristo, Comioereiol gentlemen and Families. Visitors to the Lakes oan bh Eoro of firsBtclaoss accommodno. tion at Batt'a hotel. Conimodious Private Sitting Rooms. Commercial Room. Sample Rooms. Billiard Rloom. Hot and Cold Baths. Good Stabling. Wines and Spirits, hbest quality. Conveoyances meet all the steamers. S THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Conveyances. COBB AND CO.'S Telegraph Line of Royal Mail Coaches (In connection woitllh the Vict. Railways) LEAVE the Booking office, Bat's Hotel, Mlain-street, Bairnsdale, for Sale and intermediate places daily (Sunday's excepted) at 10 a.m. FAnEs:-- £ s. d. Bairnsdale to Sale (single) ... 0 10 0 Returni Conches leave the railwvay station, Sale, imnr;ediately on the arrivalof themorn. toing train from lIelbourne, at 1.45 o'clock, reaching Iairnsdale at 7.50 p.m. daily (Sun. days excepted). Every'information regarding fares, Ae....

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Notice to Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 April 1882

Notice to Subscribers. We beg to request that any subscriber fail ing to get the Adcertiser regularly, whether transmitted through the post or left by the deliverer, will be good enough to give imme. diatel notice in order that the mistake may be traced and speedily rectified.

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Notice to Correspondents and Advertisers. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 April 1882

Notice to Correspondents and 'Advertisers. It is respectfully requested that all corres ponrdence, advertisements, or business com man?ications be addressed to the Editor of the Adsertiser.

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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Thursday, April 6, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 April 1882

The Advertiser. PUnBLISED EVERY TUESDAY. THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MonRwoG. tairnsdale, Thursdayi, A il 0, 1882. THE rapid;increrse in settlement which lirs,_ dting the past twelve months, taken place in the Duclihsn district, ren dets it necessPy that eatr?r attention should be paid to all things tending to the convenience of the residents, as .well as to providing them with in creased facilities for postal communics tionR with? Bairnsdale and other towns. After a good deal of agitation,.the now liare iend still'increesing popletion of Buchan- succeeded in getting the piece proclaimed'. alicensing.dis;rict, and we see no reason why, if proper representa tions were made, the boon of a hi-weekly mail should not be conceded to it. Under.existing arrangements the 'resi dents are subjected to gleat inconveni ence in consequence of there only being weekly mail communication between their district and D'uthen and Bairas dale, and are; therefore, in a great measure isolated from the centres of...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 April 1882

FUNERAL NOTICE. THE friends of the late Mr. WILLIAM   POTTER are respectfully invited to follow his remains to their last resting place, the Bairnsdale General Cemetery. The funeral will leave his late residence, Riverine-street, at half-past 2 o'clock THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON. JAMES TAYLOR, Undertaker.              

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 April 1882

S. T. P. JOHN STON requires AP IjL PRENTICES or IMPROVEIIS to the' Dressmaking. Apply early. Pearson-street, near Botanical Reserve. .LATEST MEL nsOUlsNE STYLES... XT" ANTED, fora general store, an honest' and smart YOUTH, who can ride, eut up meat, and make himself generally useful. Apply C. SwAN, Bairnsdale. W ANTED, a JUNIOR ASSISTANT in the Drapery department.-C. SWAnN. T ANTED TO PURCHASE;,100 to600 lV acres good agricultural and grazing land, on iitchell. Nieholson'' or Tambo rivers. Apply at once. JAs. Moanow & Co. ? ANTED, any quanitity of . POTTED' W BUTTER. Highest price given.-T.' G. PoTToE,.Melbourne Cash Store. " TTANTED, a BOY, about 13 or14, gene r rally useful. Apply tMr: DAhLtEN. ANTED. BONES, in..any quantity, W delivered. at Upper Jetty, Clyde bank. Apply F. M: GRANT, Bairnsdale. TO LET, a four-roomed COTTAGE, with garden and:five acres of grass and. Apply Dr~as WHse.AN. TENDERS WANTED; returnable by the 1st May, for 40,000 HOP POLES, delivered at the' Bac...

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THE HOP DUTY CONTROVERSY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 April 1882

THE HOP DUTY CONTROVERSY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir,--To say that I did not expect a reply from Mir. Fawns would be mere affectaticn on my paxt. As a devoted'admirer of Adam, Smith, the political economist, and an intelli gent student of Whately; the. logiciain, he could not, with any degree of honor to him self, suffer to be so rudely corrected by a humble, rustic, colonial youth like myself without at least attempting my ostracism from your columns in the future on such deep subjects as the one we are discussiig. But his rejoinder is not a happy one, for on anan lysing it I find it to consist principally of facts contradicted but not disproved, with what Mr. Fawns terms "a puzzle" thrown in atthno end as a problem to be solved only by a Solon. Now, I expected something better from a man of Mlr. Fawns' calibre, for any thing that is worth doing is worth doing well. In my former letter to you you will re member that I showed conclusively, from a comparison-of the most rec...

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