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FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 April 1882

FLEMINGTON. CATTLE SALES. Wedncsday, April 19. Messrs. Dal. Campbell and Co. re port :-Fat Cattle.-1800 forward; a large proportion good and useful quality. Markot brisk at last week's rates. We quote best pens of bullocks from £10 to £12 7s Gd ; second do, £8 10s to £9 10s; best cows, £6 to £7. 17s. VWe sold 20 for Mr. P. Clement, bullocks at £9 17s Gd,.,cows at £6-17s 6d ; 20 bullockas for Mr.- W. Clement, to £7 .17s ; 18 for Mrl Alex. Smith, bullocks averaging £8 6s 2d, cows £4 12s G6d 80 cows for MIr. W. Montgomery, aver aging £6 2s 4d ; 29 for Mr. Jos. Hod dinott, Old Rosedale, averaging £8 15s 8d ; 10 bullocks for Mr. Phillips, Ye lore, to £8 5s ; and 110 head for lIMessrs. M'Donald, Crowther and others. Messrs. R. Gibson and Co. report : Fat Cattle.-] 900 yarded, consisting of much larger proportion than usual of good and primeno quality chiefly. from Gippsland and Upper Murray districts. The demand was good and late satis factory rates were fully maintained. We quote best pe...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 April 1882

Latest. Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPI ] (FROMO O ,UR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Wednesday hight. No fresh cases of smallpox are re ported; but the authoritier have not re Inaxed any of the preecations taken to prevent the spread of the disease. The premises in which Miss Southern re sided are being still kept strictly iso Inted. Some further facts have trans pired. which appear to strengthen Miss Southern's averment, that Dr. O'Leary, the quarantino officer at Adelaide, was unconsciously instrumental in spreading the disease, though he was not the direct source of the young lady's attack. It appears that a young girl named Quick, an intimate friend of Miss Southern, was employed at the Imperial Hotel, Adelaide, where O'Leary stayed, as housemaid, and she habitually made the doctor's bed and attended to his linen. Miss Quick was taken ill with violent pains in the back, accompanied with eruptions, but the complaint was said to he cllickenpox. She was lodging at the house o...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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NOTICE OF PARTNERSHIP. To Our Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 April 1882

NOTICE OF PARTNERSHIP. To Our Subscribers. Jir..T. TV. BAKER having been admitted as a partner into the N-ews paper and Job Printing business connected with the " BAIRNSDALE AnvnnTISER," the business will henceforth be conducted under the style or firm of Aennell, Baker and Co. It will be the care of the new firm to. use every endeavor to promptly execute all orders for Job Printing entrusted to them, and in view of the largely extending busi ness being done in this department, the firm, by-adding to their already extensive plant, are preparing to meet the inc-easing strain ono this branch of their business. The" BAIRNSDALE ADVERTISERn" has, since its advent, been acknow ledged as the medium for adver tising in the Bairnsdale, Bruthen, Tambo, Omeo, Buchan and other districts, and for the purpose of relieving the pressure on its space through the immense number of public announcements with which they are favored, the proprietors are making arrangements for the immediate and permanent...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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OUR OMEO PLAINS LETTER. Wednesday, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 April 1882

OUR O0EO. PlAINS LE'I'ER. (FROM OUR OWN CORIRESPONOENT.) Wednesday, April 12. Threshing is just completed, and the following are the results :-Wheat, 25 bushels; eats, about 30 bushels. Had it not been for a gale which sprung up and scattered a lot of ripe grain just be fore harvest, wheat would have avoraged fully 30 bushels per nort-. The Otoeo cricketers managed to put the Benombra tenus " through" oi Easter Monday, alter a olose contest, The most noticeable features in the plyY were the batting of Dejarlais and the admirabie lielding of 3!essrs. Mitchell anld Campbll. On the whole the dis play of cricket was ipnr, many of the llthlalsnto beliug evidestly desirous ot insulating the stout gentnlllen in flannel (who openmd their hlgs to lI tile hall through), so hulnurotusly descrilb'ild i I)hts is liieokwilc., I lshlieI uot Imhr matlch will I1 phye~ shortll y, i i l it thi , lihnmlra in c wlui wh It, regi Itleir lst hnurels, I uahll thvise thn to diseard noel very welkd players wh...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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GAZETTE NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 April 1882

GAZETTE NOTIFICATIONS. Public Holiday.-Friday, the 21st inst., is proclaimed a public holiday. The boundarids of the Gippslnd .district under the Scab Act, are gazetted. Approaching Land Sale.-At Omeo, 25th April. Terms and Conditions Altered.-If. Swan, Bumberrah. The boundaries of the Omeo common, ns increased, are gazetted. Insolvency.-John Waters M'Donald, of Bnrthen, hotelkeeper, notifies that he intends to apply.to the court of insolvency, to be held at Sale on the 12th of May next, for acertifi cate of discharge. Tenders for grazing lands will be received till noon en Monday, Ist May. Amongst the blocks is " Mount Whittaker," in the Blairns. dale district, containing 20,000 acres. SMail Contract Accepted.-To and from Bengworden and Lake Victoria (Davis') two days a week from 13th March to 30th J.une, 1882, at the rate of £45 per annum, W. Rowe. Mining.-Leases forwarded for exccution. -Crooked River divisione: No. 577, J. Fo. garty, O3a; No. 578, A. Jorgensecn, 10a 3r 35p.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Thursday, April 20, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 April 1882

The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURIDAY MORnING. Bairnsdale, Thursday, A4ri 20, 182. : Next Tuesday will be the polling day for the election to fill the extraordinary vacancy in the representation of the Central riding in the lIairnsdale Shire Council. Mr. James Taylor publishes a lengthy address giving an exposition of his views on municipal mlattors, and intimates that as the unexpired tenure of office is only three months, hewill not indulge in a personal canvass. Mr. James Jackson will address the rate sayers in the shire hall this evening at half-past seven o'clock; at Wy Yung (Doherty's Corner) State school at seven to-morrow evening, and at Phillip's hotel, Lucknow, on Saturday evening at seven. Mr. Drevermann will meet the electors at Wy Yung to-morrow night, Lucknow on Saturday evening, and Bairnsdale on Monday evening. Some sensation was caused in Bairns dale on Tuesday evening in consequence of a ieport gaining circulation that an accident had happ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 April 1882

GENERAIL NEWS. Judce Trench was sworn in on Mon day morning, in the Supreme Court, before his Honor Mr. Justice Moles worth, as chairman of general sessions. Mr. Trench was appointed chairman of sessions in 1880, and was sworn in before a judge in chamlbers, but it has lately been discovered that the oath should bb taken before the Court, and not before a judge. Mr. Proctor's alarming predictions in the Victorian Review on the forthcoming destruction of the world have been: mis unlerstood. Ie .explains that he "be lieves tile world is more likely to last 15 millions of years than to be destroyed in 15. Concerning the weekly return of gold, calls and dividends the .Dendigo Adver tiser says :-" Tihe yield of gold was up to the average for the " off week," the total being 1800oz. The lead was taken by the Confidence Extended with 383soz followed by private claims, 242oz; Hercules, 198oz ; Ellenborough, 197oz ; Snadtwn, 144cz; Frederick the Great, 1l4oz ; and Johnson's Reef Gold Mines, ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 April 1882

MINING NOTES. On Thursday last the old workings of the New Good Hope mine, Crooked River, were tapped, and the water rushed through the tunnel in a torrent about 18 inches deep. It was not known what part of the old workings had been tapped, but the water had ceased running on Saturday, so that we shall soon have information on the pro spects of the mine. We believe tlhere are a number of shareholders in this mine in our vicinity, and the news, meagre as it is, will be very gratifying to them. They have been paying calls for the last two years and a half, waiting the time until the old workings should be gained, as then. they expected to learn whether their venture was a good one or not. It, therefore, appears that they will be relieved of their suspense in a short time, and will have positive proof of whether they are to realise or place tile money they haveys, invested to the profit and loss account of their ledgers.

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OUR TAMBO CROSSING LETTER Tuesday, April 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 April 1882

OIJUl 'I'1AM, ) COIISSING LEI''tlI (FROM OUR OWN CORRESnnPONDENT.) STuesday, April 18. I think the appeal of your Omeo cor respondent to the Tambo shire for some slight repairs to the old road in the interest of the carriers and the public generally, is very well timed. It must be some moliths before the new road can be opened; and as the winter is rapidly advancing it is almost a matter of neces sity to maintain tbe present one in such a state as to enable teams to get through. Mr. Wilson, the newly-chosen supervisor of the Tambo shire, while acting for the Bairnsdale council, 'had a. small sum placed in his hands to lay oiit in repairs on this road, and' the money was so judiciously expended that a great deal of improvement was effected at a very small cost. Unfortunately, the fulds at his disposal rain out, and some places that so nmuch needed repair had to be left untouched. If the new shire coun cil have the interests of the public at heart, they will at once instruct him to em...

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

CRITERION= HOUSE. NEW WINTER . GOODS. W E. ARMISTRONG BRUCE: AUCTION, IN aid of Circuit Fund of WESLEYANW Church, to be bald at ' Messrs. Morrow and Co.'s Auction Rooms, On.' TJIrsnM AY, 2thl : April, At two o'clock. Contributions inGrain, Live Stock, Ac., will be thankfully received by Mr. Morrow. Fish. F~ish?? terysters.' Osters., C HARLES PALMER, late of Melbourne and Sale, is about to commence busi ness in BaIENSDALE in the Fish and Oyster trade; ;and will supply fresh Fish, Oysters; Fruit, Poultry, &c. Orders left with J. Richards, hairdresser, Main street, will be carefully attended to. T RICHARDS thanks his. numerous .* customers for the patronage nccorded during the past 14 years, and begs to say that if they have eaten hairs, oith : their Oysters they have been their owon, aiid that between the Hairs and the Oysters he has bern enabled to pay 20s in the £ sterling, and not go insolvent. A Barber's Shop is prqferable to an Issolvent Court. BONE DUST.., BONE DUST. ANY...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 April 1882

SPORTING n'OTES. (By AnoRiHrEDEs.) A bright and glorious day we lhad on Saturday for our regatta, and if the finishes had only been close what a suc cess everything would have been. As it was, all enjoyed thlemselves amazingly, and my Sale friends informed me they were delighted with their treatment by the Bairnsdale flowing Club-in fact, with everything except their beating. Kenny Camoron left yesterday with Messrs. J. and R. James' Fortunn, who has gone to Wyndham to fulfil her on gagements thero next Saturday. May she come back with at least one winning bradket. Some of our Gippsland horses have been showing in front at different race meetings recently. Black Prince won the Williamnstown Hurdle Race, and at the same meetinig Huntingdon, by Don Giovanni out of a Smuggler mare, and sold in Mir. Alex. Smnith's last annual draft, won the first fiat race at tile snue meeting, andil ran promineontly forward nearly all the way in the second. Hunt ingdon was afterwards sold for 250 giiin...

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

A. I co:rthiiur & Co., .CATTLE, SALESMEN, .verl'llnnent Auctioneers Valultors and Arbit rators. .Miniu-r and lMoney JIrolikrs, AND GENERAL COt3IMISSION AGENTS. AYUCTION SALES of CATTLE, HORSES, PIGS, PRODUCE, LAND, Ac., held every SATURDAY at our Yards in L'Mtillan-street, BAIsNSDALE, at BRaTnarw the last Thursday in each month, and at SALE, JIAFFRA and STRATFORD when commissioned to do ,a. Account,'Sales and c:::h proceeds paid over iminediat'ely sales are concluded. Our Agent t at Bruthen is Mr. John Ar chibald. : fit;; . Loney. T??E 'uidersigned, as agents for the un c:dermentioned Societies, are prepared to LEND-MONEY at the lowest current rates, in sums 'f from £100 to £10,000. RIodern' l'ermnaent Bullding Society. -Celsinal Mlutual Lills Assurance Society. Liverpool-and Globe Insurance Company. And' also for several large capitalists in lelbourne.' A.M'A. and Co. are also com missiosied to assist borrowers to build resi dences by advancing money as the work re . MACART...

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

BATT'S HOTEL. BAIIINSDALE. T TIIS superior Hotel is now open for the reception of Tourists, Commercinl gentlemen and Families. Visitors to the Lakes can ho sure of first-class nccounod.a tion nt Batt'ts hlotol. Commodious Private Sitting Rooms. Connercial Room. Sample Roomns. Billiard Iloom. Hot and Cold Baths. Good Stabling. Wines and Spirits, best quality. Convoysnees meet all the steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Colun 'eyanIces. COBB AND CO.'S Telegraph Line of Royal Mail Coaches (In connection with the Vict. Railways) LEAVE the Booking office, Batt's Hotel, Malin-street, Bairnsdale, for Sale and intermediato places daily (Sunday's excepted) at 10n.m. F ins':-- . s . d. Bairn dnlo to Sale (singlce) ... 0 10 0 Return Coaches leave the railway ptation, Sale, immediately on the arrivalof themorn ing train from Melbourne, at 1.45 o'clock, reaching Bairnsdale at 7.50 p.m. daily (Sun dnys excepted). i vcry information rcgarding fares, &e.....

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BAIRNSDALE POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 April 1882

nat Bllbo l\Stl In iy ( POST~ Y OFFIII*I)r. Ut 11 U , 11111 u Fur liu\nl \'ula, Por 1 ab(1uJ' , Stratford , Satol 1nu,. \t lbolylurnl, dnih (Sn iduce usuupt \Xr) at 0,210 11.111, o llorx Lotirinl; additional tw11. pow,, xtutu, ta ;l'l to O AA 11.111, For ]ulumwaal (Boggy Creek) every Saturday at 8 n.m. . For Toonallook (Newland's ltackwater) Wednesday and Saturday at 9.30 a.m. For Newmnerella and Orbost (Snowy River), every Friday at 8 p.m. Hours of Attendance-Posot oflico, i a.m. to 6 p.m.; Money-order office, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturdays 10 a.m. to 12 noon; Tele graph oflice, 8.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Letters registered till 6 p.m.

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Commercial. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 April 1882

- Commercial: IdAIR1NSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, April 17. Messrs. A.cMAcARTHUR and Co. report: There was a very large supply of cattle in the Inirnsdalei market on Saturday, over 800 being yarded. We had in our yards over 550 bead, all of which we quitted at first-rate fignres. We sold Mr. Alex. White's fine mob of bullocks from Omeco Plains, from £5 to £6 2s Gd, and his fat cows, at £4 15s cash ; 12 bullocks in forwnrororder, for Mr. Jenuings, at £5 10s; 16 steers, same owner. at £4; 14 bullocks for ,Mr. I. Johnson, at £4 7s fil; 30 small steers for 3Mr. W. Robertson, Popong sta tion, Manaro, at 43s; lot of poor cows, same owner, at reserve; 8 coWS for Messrs. I. Goold and Co at £2 4s ; and a mixed lot for same ownsers at quotations; 43 bullocks for alr. James lnnkin at £4 15s ; lot mixed cattle for MIr" James Worsley at reserves ; 150 cowss sold in conjunction with lMessrs. Allan.tMLeaca and Co., for Meslcsrs. J. and It. Campbell, of E:nsay, at £2 ls; 60 cows for >Mr. Rob...

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

BIRTH. LEE.-On the 18th inst., at St. Leonard's Farm, the wife of Wilson Lee of a son.

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A STRANGE LAKE IN OREGON. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 April 1882

A STRANGE LAKE IN OREGON. Great Sunken Lake. situated in the Cas cade Meountains, about seventy-8ve mileos north-east from Jacksonville, rivals the famous valley of Sinbad the Sailor. It is thoughtto averago200ft. down tothewater all around. The depthlof the water is unknown, and its surfaco is smooth and unrufled, as it is so far below the surface of the mountains that air currents do not alIect it. Itslength is estimated at twelve or fifteen miles, and its width ten or twalve. There is a moun tain in the centre, having treesl upon it. It lies still, silent and mystcriousin the bosom of the everlasting hills, like a huge well scooped out by the handls of the giant genii of the mountains in the enknoewn ages gone by, and around it the primeval forests watch and ward are keeping A visiting party fired a riiteo into the water several times at an angle of 45deg., anl were able to nota soveral seronds of time froae the repolrt of the gun until the ball struck the water. Such aseema incr...

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THE "BULLET" CHAMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 April 1882

THE "BULLET" CHAMBER. In a quiet nook of the Royal Castle at Berlin, not accessible to the general public. there is a small, plainly-furniuhod room known for more than two centuries past to the succesiven custodians of that ancient pile by the quaint designation of the Kiugelkam mer, or "Bullet Chamber." The origin of this title is due to the following curious hin' torical incident In the year 16"11 Gustavus Adolphus, the heroic King of Sweden, sat down blefore Berlin with his army and opened peace negotiations with George Wil liam, then Electer ol trandeoburg, taking the precaution, hoeaver, to erect batteries in commanding positions within close range of the city enceioto with a view to exercising a wholcsome pressure upon the Elector and his military advisers. Under these circum stances, George William promptly came to terms with his royal adversary; and the King, delighted at the success of this man mouvre, instructed his artillerists beyondt the walls to fire a grand fen-de-joi...

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THE MEXICAN INDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 April 1882

TEE MEXICAN INDIAN. The a[exican Indian has a copper-colored skin that h:as frequently a dark-brown appear ance. Smooth, black, glossy hair, protuberant cheek-bones, very keen eyes, broad lips and a flat nose are his most marked traits. The beard is generally hIeavier with those who in habit the Temperate Zone than with those whose hIome is found in the hot zone; yet the heard in generally very thin, growing only above the lips and on tho chin, while the cheeks very seldom show any traces of htair. In Sonora, for instance, apersonwho has any thing of a prominent beard is certainly at least from fifty to sixty years of age. The Indian has a softness of skin in common with the negro. The frame of the body is large, stout, museular and in good proportion. Cripples are not to be found among the Indians of pure blood. Even those who have led for centuries the lives..of peaceful citizens possess great muscular strength. The Indian is anexceller.t porter and walker with a heavy load on his...

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Good Thoughts, IN PROSE AND RHYME. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 April 1882

IN PROSE AND RHYME. Heavent's never deaf but when men's hIearts are dumb.--Francis Qunaries. Conscience and wealth are not always neiglhbors.-Phillip Manasenger. Stilct streias Oft water fairest meadows, and tie bird That flutters least is longest on tile wing. -Wim. Cowper. Find earth where grows no weed, and you may find a heart wheruin no error grows.. J. 8. Knowles. God is all love; it is eKo who made every thihg, and he loves everything that he has mads.-H. Brooke. Men is his owe star, and the soul that can Render an onest n an pserfct moan Comsaandas all lihte, ail lnfluenee. all fate; SNothing to him lulls early or too Ilae. --John Flelhelr. Striking manners are bad manners.--Sir Robert Hall. Mind Is the brightness of the Iody--liaghts it When years its proper but less subtle fire Begin to dim-C. S. iKsnowles. Say to thy pride, "'TieeIaft msles for the urn. Come, let us own our dust hefare to dust we ro tura."--tuekert. The foolish and wicked practice of profane cursing and s...

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