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MELBOURNE, Monday Evening. SMALL POX IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 April 1882

MELELOURNE, " fonday Evening. SMALL POX IN MELBOURNE. The utmost consternation prevailed in the 'city to-day on it being rumored a case of fully developed small pox was discovered in the heart of the city. It appears that the patient is a young un married woman, twenty-one years of age, named Sothern. She had been engaged until recently as barmaid in Adelaide, from which place she came to Melbourne on Good Friday. Soon after her arrivalhore she became ill with pains in herhend and was very feverish. Dr. Balls-Headley was called in to attend her, but did not at first know the untui, of-the disease. iAtnmidnight last night, however, he discovered unniistnkenble evidence of small pox. He at onc( corn. municnted with the authorities, and this morning the patient was officially in spected and the medical gentleman's re port was confirmed. The house has been isolated, the occupants and the neighbors have been vaccinated, and all arrangements were promptly made for removing the patient to ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 April 1882

Shire of Ts'isibo. SEPARATE tenders will be received until noon of TUESDAY, "the 25lth day of April, 1882, for 1. Working Upper Tombo Pont. 2. 'orking Lower Tameh rPunt to 1st Deemnber, 1S52. The lowest or any tender not necessarily acceptedl. T?IS. T. STIIITNG, ·I: O , 'Shire Secretary. Shire Ofltce, Brothen, 12th April, 1882. Bairnsdale Shire Election. To THE RATEPAYE? S OF THE OENTRAL Rio' 'O. T ADIES AND GEh,-lEMEN,--I "og LJ respeetfnilly to infcrm you that I am a CANDIDATE for the vacancy in the representation of your riding in the Shiro Conceil. I will take an early opportunity of. making you fully acquainted with my views on municipal mttoers. I am, ladies and gentlemon, Your obedient servant, JAMIES JACKSON. Bairnsdale, 12th April, 1882. Bairnsdale Shire Election. To Mir. JAMES TAYLOR, of Bairnsdale. WmE, the undersignod Ratepayers, of the "111 Central Riding of the Bairnsdale Shire, request that you will allow yourself to be nominated as a Candidate for the c*ieeo of Counc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 April 1882

OST, at l'aynresvUille wbanrf on Mondaynv aInst, a small Leather HANDBAG, eon tnining Handkerchief and Silver Earring. Finder will oblige by leaving samne at the office of Mr. A. Maearthur. OST, fromtl Buclhan, snlanll liA'tY Il?[ARE, branded II contjoined (F reversetl), wrolf-tooth off jaw. Last seen at Mnckison's. Also one IlON GItIEY MARE, brnoded JS near shoulder. loth mares rntttning together, supptosed, on the Nicholson or at Lucknot. £I 10 rewardl on lenvitg the nimnals at MIr. Ilurt's Mitletll Hotel. TANTED, at NURSE GIRL. Apply SMrs. O']LILLY., irution. W AN'-' ED, comlpetent IINERS for the Noveuda lead mlneS, Unochtanu. Work wet underfoot. Warges, .2 10s per swek. Constant work. Apply to M.DALO', nlttanagor, at thie works. WI ANTED, TIAMS for Omoo Hlighest Sfreight givenA. Atplty it. IlnaT. "TANT'ID, for a gouoertl toron, n Ihonest ' mutl sitalit YtOUTHl[ who cian ride, cut ttlt ntealt, amd mtako hittlsoelf genOtallt urlful. Apply t3, S\WN, Itarlmlnale, AT bI)'I, a'JUNIORI...

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

The Advertiser. PUBLIsIIED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairlsdale, Tuesday, April 18S, 1SS2. TWE can readily conceive that all who hiave the welfare of this district at heart viewed with pride the seven magnificent bales of hops exhibited at our recent agricultural show. It has taken a long time to root out the prejudice against Gippsland grown hops, but if the Inter national Exhibition had not effected this, we believe the last agricultural show wvould have gone far to do so, for the gentlemen who dame from the metropolis to adjudicate respecting the merits of the exhibits from the different gardens were loud in their encomiums on the superior quality of the samples exhibited, and would not be slow to make the high quality of the Gippsland hops known on their return to Melbourne. But this prejudice has not only been removed, but the local product is now eagerly asought for in the Melbourne market, and commands a price equal if not greater than that from other dis ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 April 1882

CIlCKET LATCHI. On Good Friday an eleven from the Adelphian Cricket Club visited the En trance to play a friendly match against the Snowy River club. The day was fine, and a most plensant game was played,.the Adelphians proving the win ners by the respectable score of 100 to their opponents' 69, only one innings each side being played. The following are the scores : ADELPHIANS. I1. Findley, b It. Richardson ............... 26 1i. Quail. IIall, b H. Richardson'......... 14 .1. Fleeman, c Cameron, ib H. lichardson 22 W. IT. lRayner, o Kerr, b II Rtiehardson 16 11. Gordon. st Carmichael, b Riehardson 4 II. Hoses, c R. Cameron, b R. Cnmeron... 3 A. J. Macleod, b R. Cameron,............... 0 A. Kinla, not out ..... ............ I T. Gordon, st Carmichael, b Richardson 6 Brent, c Watt, b R. Cameron............... 4 O'Connor, b II. Cameron ..................... 0 Dyes..... ...................... . 4 Total ....................... ....... 100 Bowling Analysis.-II. Richardson, 90 balls, 40 ru...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 April 1882

MIIIINING NOES. '.rio crushings from the Long Tuinel Company for thl month ending 7th inst., were 177h tons of stone which yielded ]65oz. of gold, averaging, 18dwt. Igrsi. per ton. Tho Young Band Extended Company inad thd splendid return of 798oz. of bar gold last week from only 80 tons of stone. Tlhe Redan. nines have lately ecen rising rapidly in public favor, but we should think that the present return of within a more fraction of lOoz to the ton is enough to create a mania along the whole of the Redan line, north and south. The present return, ndded to the previous week's yield makes a total of 1317oz for the fortnight.

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THE DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 April 1882

THE DINNER. In thile eveniung the visitors were entertnaillte at dinner at the Commercial hotel.. abount forty gentlemoen sitting down to on excellent opread prelou'ed ill the capitol style for whrl:h that hostelry is so noted, andl retlccting the greatest credit on Host and Hostess Roberts and their nvarious assistants. Mr. A. T. HIil, the prclderit of tle IBairnsdnle Rowving Ctl, occupied the I elalr, atd" sts supptorted on h:s ri ht by the captaol of the club, Mr. B. C. Jones, and hltvinr Mr. Joseph Fidler, the acting captain of the Sale crews, on his left. %Mr.'J. James occupied tile vice.chair. After the keen nppetiter engendered by the cr.el cise and fresh air of the dny hat been eati tied, the chairman proposed the usual loyal toasts, which were enthsitnstically received. 'te Chairman then proplosed "Our Visitors." It' gave him infinite pleasure to do so, for thoughll he was not enabled to congratulate them oni their success, he could join with the local mert in in hidding th...

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Latest Intelligence. CUNNINGHAME. Monday, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 April 1882

Lnatost Intolligonoo. ( ' N N , I , ' I A1.l\ .li11 I iim i I III ' ' IuIn I r N 1.' ) t''NN N II, I?, \I, i.., .\ ,ril 17, 'rh, ,+1` 'r, tv ,h w il " ~ M ,I,, ' 1,, Il Xmi 1 1,' l , m,'r I ll thi l lllll, n I I, I I 1;h ~1 i I I l ( 11 t 1Ii i II ' England minister, conducted tie burial service. On Sunday morninig Mrs. IIHenry Faithful pied very suddenly, after giving birth to a child. It is understood the cirth was somewhat premature. Mir. Fnitlhful is left with a large family, and great sympathy is expressed for him in his boereavement. The funeral tokes place.to-morrow. There was no doctor at hand when required.

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BAIRNSDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. ADJOURNED MEETING. SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 April 1882

BAIJNSDALE SIIIRE COUNCIL, ADJOURNED MEETING. SATURDAY, Al IIIL 15, 882. Present-The President, and Crs. J. Calrert, Grold and Ross. COnnRsroxSNI)xCE. Fromu thll Sol Borough Council, ask ing co-operation in i inducing Govern ment to expend the £00,000 scheduled in the Loan Bill for permanently open ing the Lakes, and to appoint delegates to wait on ithr Premier on the 18th inst. -Cr. W. S. Ross appointed to attend the deputation. From thie Government statist, ao knowledging receipt of shiro statistics. --Iterived. Front II. Luke, on behal of tihe Sale Artesian Water Supply and Tub, Well Companlay, sulggesting that, in view of Mr. II. A. F. M\urray's opinion respect ing the strata to be passed thrnough in sihking in thIs Itirnlsdalo district, it would be advisaldo to try an inexpensivo bolre as nt experiment. in order tdat it might he ascertained iwhether nu ordi nary alluvial here or ai diatlnod drill wotuld Is, tnceessary, adttl promislsing to supply hinforation as to whethr the Ih...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, 14th April. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 April 1882

EUIIOOPEAN NEWS. Losnox, 14th April. Thd Orient steamer Goronne, which left Melbourne on the 3rd ult., with a cargo of frozen meat, shipped by the Aus tralian Frozen Mleat Company (Limited) arrived at Naples to-day. The ment continues in excellent conditioni. The refrigerating machine has worked most satisfactorily throughout the voyage, and the temperature of the chamber has been maintained at 15 deg. It has been decided that the corona tion of the Emperor of Russia, Alexander 111., shall take place in August next. The ceremony will be one of great pomp, and the festivities in connection with it will last a fortnight, and is estimated to cost 10,000,000 roubles. The Lord Mayor of London (the Right lion. John Whittaker Ellis) has made a special appeal to the public for funds to enable 200 families to emigrate to and settle in Canada. Eighteen Nihilists have succeeded in escaping from Siberia, whither they had been banished for various terms. Sir Henry Parkes the Premier of New iSoth...

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OUR OMEO LETTER. Friday, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 April 1882

OURl ONIEO ,I'nTI'm . (?l,0o1 OUIl OWN" COlIPONDIT.) Friday, April 41. At the Inst County Colrt hIero a casel wnas postponed, which, when itdoes colnO on for lhearing, will excite considurnmlo local interest. The formnor proprietor of theEcho is Iliu plintilt, ati l gentle. ttan who used to t tav lahrge husinessi dnnlints with the district tlie defondantt . It hIttiues that the Ilainltll"s mother in pro?l~ I ov'er wh?th the disputo hl0rgs, coal'st ofII vall c In?ipnudelnce tht hlsi ilk1n pIneo ill the mhtter will he pro dlteetl itt the ttett thteo t ettntt t'otort, when thIe enhcu wi wi lliheiul There ie,, tly tunllll10 Int +clhh1 l this attll ?er, Ihll W\ e IiIve' It 11\ 11, visih .1 , M r, h ll u, 'll11 htdl 1 111i t i et1111t1O t 11)?, I t ti lau( t hltslllh Ih ,11tnlin io (t md rtih, Ilie Hlit thm lieu 1f HhipninN at the Tambo near Brtben. TlhiQ will pro. o at great advantage to the farmers of this district as they thus have a ready mar ket and save the 16 miles of land car riag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 April 1882

BATT'S HOTEL, BAIlRNSDALE. T?IIllS superior lotel is now open for the ireception of Tourists, Cosmmercial ,,tntllemcn and Families. Visitors to the .:l;s can io sure of first-classacconmmoda. tiok a lt Blat's hlotel. Commodious Private Sitting Rooms. Commercial Room. Samnpl8 "t881tw. 'dtllrdlRoom-:.... : Hot nnd Cold Baths. Good Stabling. Wines and Spirits, best quality. Conveyances meet all tho.steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Conve.?llv l ces. COBB AND CO.'S Telegraph Line of Royal Mail Coaches (In connection with tillhe Vict. Railways) 1 :AVE the Booking office, atlt's Hotel, SMain-street, Blairnsdale, for Sale and intermediate places daily (Sanday's excepted) It I0 a.11l. FARES:- £ e. d. Iairnsdale to Sale (single) ... O 10 0 Retllur Conches leave the railway station, Salh, immediately on the arrival of the morn ini" train from Melbourne, at 1.45 o'clock, reaching Bairnsdale at 7.50 p.m. daily (Sun dals excepted), Every information regardin...

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BAIRNSDALE POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 April 1882

IlilN SDALE POST OFFICE. MarAILS CLOSIs For Emu Vale, Fernbank, Stratford, Sale and ?lelbourne, daily (Sundays excepted) at 9.30 o.mI Letters bearing additional twoo penny stamp token to 9.45 amo. For Buchan. Bendoe and Delegate, every Friday at 8 p.m. For Esay, Swift's ,Creel, Omoeo and l'orgio, 'every 'Monday, Wednesday and Friday at S p.n. For Sarsileld and Brutllhen, very Mon. day, Wednesday?vnd Friday at 8 p.m. For Cunningham, 'every dlonday, Wedo and Friday at S p im. For'Tanih and Nlicholson Pints, Swan Bench and Mletung, every Monday,? Wed. nesday and Friday at S pan. "For Coongulmmnera (Lindonow Flat) every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 9.30 a.m. For Bulumwaln (Doggy Creek) every Saturday at 8 a.m. For Toonallook (Newland's Backwater) WVdnesday aid Saturday at 9.30 a.m. For 2Newerella and Orbost (Snowy River), every Friday at S p.m. Hours of Attendance-1Post office, 0 a.11 to 6 p.m.; flonoy-order office, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturdays 10 a.m. to 12 noon; Tele graph office...

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Commercial. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 April 1882

Commercial. IAIIINSDALE LIVE STOCK MIARKET. Monday, April 17. Messrs. A. M?ACAJTrUin and Co. report: There was a very large supply of cattle in the lairnsdale market on Saturday, over S00 being yarded. We had in our yards over 550 head, all of which we quitted at, first-rate figures. We sold Mr. Alex. White's fine mob of bullocks from Omeo Plains. fronm £5 to £G 2s G(d, and his fat cows, at £2 15s cash; 12 bullocks in forward order, for JIr. Jennings, at £5 10s; IC steers, same owner. at £4; 14 bullocks for Mr. B. Johnson. at £4 7s 161 ; 30 small steers for Mr. W. Robertson, Popong sta tion, Manaro, at 43s; lot of poor coews, same ownmer, at reserve:; cows for Messrs. 31. Goold and Co at £2 4s : and a mixed lot for same owners at quotations; 43 bullocks for Mr. James Bankin at £4 15s; lot mixed cattle for 1Mr James W'orley at reserves ; 150lcows sold in conjunction with Messrs. Allan ,M'Lean and Co., for Messrs. J. and H. Campbell, of Ensay, at .£2 Is; 0O cows for Mr. Robert Watson....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 April 1882

: .. t 'I ac:rl'tilih r & Co0., dTfBlTE SA LESMEN,i Coveril elnlt Auctioneers Yahlun tors and Al'litratois, ..iniu :nu[ Molney ll'olkers, XND GENEIIAL CO!llIS2CION AGENTS. A UCTION SA!,E of CATTL',E, HTORSES, PIGS, PRODDUCE, LAND. &c., held every SATURDAY at ouri Yards in ~'rMillan-street, IattsLEanAt.O, at BIlaa ex the last 'Tlh'rsday in each month, and at SALE, MA3'1r~ 1 .STRATFORD when commissioned to do so. Account Sales and cash proceeds' paid over immediately sales are concluded. , Oor Agetit at Bruthen is Mr. John Ar chibald .. . tl 1E undersigned, as agents for the un 1 derisentioned Societies, are prepared to LEND MONEY at the lowest current rates,'i:tsums ^f from £100 to £10,000. ?nodern Permantent Ilulding SInlety. Colonial 3latal Life Assurance Snelety. Liverpool and Globe Insurance Company. And also for several large capitalists in tlelbeurne. A.M'A. and Co. are also cotm missioned to. assist borrowers to build resi dences by advancing money as the work ...

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MITCHELL RIVER REGATTA. President, Mr. Wm. Pearson, M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 April 1882

MITCHELL RIVER REGATTA. President, Mr. Wm. Pearson, M.L.C. Vice Presidents Mr. Jas. M'Kean, M.L.A. Mr. Allan M'Lean, M.L.A.     Judge, Mr. A. T. Hill, Starter. Mr. J. X. O'Brien, Umpire. Mr. D. Williams. Committee, Messrs. Hill, Messenger, J. James, H. Roberts, T. Duggan, Woodward, M'Intosh, Jones, Petersen, Login, A. J. Macleod, Swan, Macarthur. Sandford, Whalley, D. Hill, Burt, Payne, Waring, M'Allister, Alex. Smith and Dr. Duncan. Stewards, Messrs. W. Whalley, B. James, Login, A. Smith and A. T. Hill. Secretary, A. W. Login. The first of the annual regattas which it has been arranged by the Bairnsdale and Sale Rowing Clubs shall be held alternately at Bairnsdale and Sale, took place on the Mitchell River on Saturday. The day was glorious, the sun shining brightly in a cloudless shy, while his rays were toned down to a pleasant degree by a cool S.W. wind. The Sale men, who arrived by the Tanjil the pre vious evening, were met by some of the most prominent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 April 1882

AGENTS FrOI THE BAIRNSDALE ADVERTISER THE following gentlemen are the autho rised agents for the "BAIaRNSDALE ADVERTISER" - J)R UTlIH: .....................A. .1'Dougall. CO0YGULMERA"YNG ..........e. Iusterf . .IELBOURINE............ Gordon .4 Gotch. O EO.................................I. Ibster. PA Y~WES VILLE ............... ....J. Digne. SIVWAN IEA II........ ....... ...,1. R . SNOWIY RIVER ............4........A. Burn. TAt,.BO CROSSING......:........J. merj. Notice to Correspondents and Advertisers. It is respectfully requested that all corres pondence, advrertisements, or business conm mmtietions be addressed to the Editor of the Adrertiser. Notice to Subscribers. We beg to request that any subscriber fail. ing to get the Adrerti er regularly, whether transmitted through the post or left by the deliverer, will be good enough to.give imme diate notice int order that the mistake may bo traced and speedily rectified. L OST, at Paynesville wharf on Monday last, a small Leather HAN...

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ACCIDENT ON THE GIPPSLAND RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 April 1882

ACCIuDEl'nI OXN TIlE uIPJUNl); RAILWAY. A wonderful escape from a serious railway accident occurred at Traralgon on Tuesday to the morning passenger train from Melbourne to Sale. Imme diately 'after leaving the station and be tween it and the bridge across Traralgon Creek, about 300 yards distant, a cow got on the line, and all the carriages, with the exception of the post office and and guard's van, passed safely over it the two latter leaving the rails about 100 yards on the station side of the bridge, which is about 600 feet long and 30 feet high. In the centre for about S0 or 40 feet the marks of the wheels were plainly dliscernable in the gravel and beams, which undoubtedly saved the entire train from destruction and averted a serious calamity. The line was completely blocked, bit two gangs of repairers were soon at work endeavoring to replace the carriages on the rails-a work of great difficulty, owing to the narrowness and height of the bridge. Several cattle trains were deta...

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BAIRNSDALE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 18. (Before Messrs. W. G. Brown and F. W. Drevermann, Js.P.) UNLAWFULLY WOUNDING. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 April 1882

BAIIINSDALE POLICE COURT. TUE?DAY, APRIL 18. . (Before +Messrs. W. G. Brown and F. VW. Drovermaln, Js.P.) UNLAWFULLY WOUNDING. Percy Wright was charged with the above offence, lhaving, it was alleged, on the previous weeknt Lucknow, struck: a man lnamed Robert W. Gore on the mouth with a stone, and before he could be seized (it was dark at the time) Govre was given a most ciuel blow on-the back of the hlied with another stone, whlich injury had the effect of rendering him insensible, when he was brought into Hallowell's hotel and his wounds dressed by the .proprietor. .Surgical aid had afterwards to be obtaihed and complain ant was still far from well. R. WV. Gove deposed that he was somewhat under tile influence of drink at the time and was making merry with those around him in a good humored way, his horse being tied up outside. He saw Percy Wright with a new strap, which lie placed around his waist, atnd when witness went outside lie missed the strap from the trappings of the hor...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, 17th April. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 April 1882

C1I* 1,1I' l/l~. I*'I''1II) i11~ llIi~t* III tvhlhit vhw It1 hl~tri )ilttlhin/l) t41 j~t~~n proprietary. - rhe proposal will receive tile support of the Conservative party. Mr., C. S. Parnell, the member. for Cork, who was recently releasedl from Kilmninham Gaol on parole for a period of 10 days, has returned from Paris, and is now in London. At the earnest request of President Arthur, the Secretary of State for the Home department lias furthecr respited Dr. G. H. Lamson, who was to have been executed to-morrow for the murder of his brother-in-law, Percy Malcolm John,' at Bleniheim House School,'Wim bledon. - While agreeing to suspend the execution of the sentence until the 28th inst., Sir V . Vernon Harcourt distinctly intimated that the evidence hitherto re ceived from America ";respecting the prisoner's alleged insanity is valueless. Tle reported discovery of a Nihilist plot to hbldwup the Uponski Sabor, or Cathedral: of thei Assumption, which is situated on the summit of the hil...

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