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NOTES FROM THE MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 April 1882

NOTES FIIOM '1TIIE MINES. The warden (Mr. llowitt) in chaorge of the Gippslaod district reports to the Mining deo. partment that some aslight attention has re. contly been directed to both quarlz mining usd alluvial at the Upper Dargo fiver. Preparations were being made to test the alluvial auriferous deposits known to oxist beneath the basaltic formation at King's Star. The reef lately discovered at the Derry-hill Creek, Omeo, so far as could be judged from the work done, wias likely to remain permaneno t to some depth. It varioo from 20 to 24 inchq' in width, and carries gold. At Grant a racs put up at tihe end of tihe Good Hope tunnel tapped thei old workings, and there was now a irobhability of the mine being profitably worked. Tihe Long Tunnel Extended Co. washed up on Friday last, and from 300 tons of stone crushed obtained a yield of Shols. 16dwts of retorted gold, beoing an average of loz. Odwts. to the ton, a result wholh must. prove highly satisfactory to shareholders, and...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

Motice. Furniture Warehouse and Undertaker. Elstablisheld 1S01. j AMIfMRS T'AYLOlR g1o" si to rturnt tislln J to tile inh?alitants of 11airndalo andl etlrroulltdinng dlistricth or le liberal patron ago bestowed on his late fatllor, IRobert Taylor, and bsgs to inform them tlhat iha will continue the lbosiness as Joiner, Cabi. netmaker. Undttaklor, &o. A ?lorders entrosted to him will receivro ponmpt attentiou, uand prices will be strietly ittodeorto. N..--All kinds o?f Futrnituro to bo had on the timo-paymcut ::'-stet. Valuations mndo of iltlur Ioisou P1ro. Sporty or Furnituro, &c. S ,J•AMES TAYLOR. Ilairnsdalo, 3rd February, 1iS2. . T. "B. (r'r " "w 8, (For manSy years with the Into llobt. Taylor) Joiner, Cabinetmaker and Undertaker, 54 M?ain Street, Bairnsdale, Opposite Mr. Grose, smtdler, ?ECllS to informo the ihalitnutso f Ilairnst B. dnlo atd r?uroundhtg district, thats ha hIlns cmmenccd as abov, and tnlsts tItit by istrict attention to usiness, comtincdt writlh ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

ANTED, to charter a BOAT, suit ablo for narrying Hop Poles. Apply to C. SWAN, Comenorcia Stores, nairnsdale. W ANTIB), auy uaoolttity of 1OTTED ]tUrr'ER. hIghest price giren.--T. 0. I'OTTox, Melborne Cash Store. W ANTED RONES in any qantity, delivered at Upper Jetty, Clyde. balnk. Apply F. if. GRANT, Bairnsdalc. W7 ANTED, two AXEMAN accustomed to squaring timber. Apply to 11. Mathison's camp, Coongulmoerang. TENDERS WANTED, rohirnable by thioe 1st May, for 40,000 HOP POLES, delivered at the ]ackwatcr. Tenderors may either contract for quantities of 5000 or the full number required.--F. \V. BLYTH, Struan, 3rd April, 1852. BRUcE AUCTION, In aid of Circuit Fund of Werosleyan Church .To-"Da~y, at 2 o'clook, In the rooms and yards of Mlossrs. Iorrow and Co., Bailey-etroeet, COWS, CALVES, PIGS, POULTRY, GRAIN, and a groat variety of useful articlesO, will bo offered for sale. Mr. J. Morrow, Auctionoeer. 22 seats from the old Wesleyan Chuorob will also be offered for salo. The publio are s...

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Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

La~test Intelligence. BY I ELECRITO TEsEtRnAPH , (FCROM OUR OWN Cot0RRlESPONDENT.) MELUOURNE, Wednesdny Night. Eforts continue to be moade for the retuission of the sentence passed upon Thorpe, now serving two years for em bezelemtnt from the Bank of Victoria. A potitioet signed by the whole of the jurymet has beeen presented to the Go vcrnor-in-Council in supsiort of the appeal. Tfartakover's pawnbroker's shop, in Collingvood, was burglariously entered lest night, and watches anid jewellery to the value of £500 weer stolen. It is supposed that Chinamsn evade the tax of 10 t by shipping from the other colonies for Hong Kong, and on the arrival of the ship ins Melbosurne pay ing the tax on the understanding that it is returned when they go on board again. It is believed that many do not go on board again, but sell their right to the refunded monev and passage to others. It has been determined, in order to assist ins the identification, to photograph the Chinese landing. PARLIAMENT. I...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

EITROPEAN. NEWS. LoNsox, April 24. I t ei I .tul', th, .11inytr of th, I 'eninvt 1 licy, who hs for svri im benoeo h hieft'advistrts ot'the, C'.:ar, itnnu hseue ua gr at uesto cn iuii i gstinii i ssissr iiili',, h Naicos lve givin i I Ih Iris' lids i ita mtiit enltuitr?ig Sir Wim Ivc urI h I lti se| rvtar ir yib i g t h hrlpr ?,'t't'i ',n?s , I'vesi d n .\ h r , , a ind |'tns ting| to' [the re citm.i..s na Irish "'suspects" inas been omuch discussedl ill thie New York ipress. Thiey stronmgly condemn thie Blritiish Go vcrmnmmnet, mand urgemtly demandlm tIhe re lease of thie " suspects." Great opposition is being shiown in various pairts of the UIiited States to any flitheir Iish imnmnigration. Thie imhlmbi tmnts of Milwamlec, thie nlargest town in WVisconsii, Ihave iprotestced strongily againslt such immmmigration, on time ground mthat it inltromducms a very undmesirable class of citizeis into time States. Strong symlmitons lhave beenIc lately manifestimg themselves in Egypt of lhos ...

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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Thursday, April 27, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

The Advertiser. lUtILISIIIED ?EVERY TUESDAY~ , TIIURSDAY ANDs SrATUNDAY ORNINoln. Ialmnsdale, Thursday, April 27, 18S2. PIAnla.IlAsET ws opened for its final session on Tuesday, and although the clustomary pomp nud ceremonies gave a little freslhness and coloring to the political picture, there was a perceptible ileck of anything verging on tile interest or xeitement generally prevailing on such on occasios. Notwithstanding that the Vice-Regal speeoch is charnactrised by lthe extreme Opposition press as vague anisd coimonoplce, we venture to say that if all the mensures referred to theroin are introduced and debated, lion. members will have suficient business to claim their attention to make the session 0n ordinarily long one, without wasting the time of the House and the country by indulging in the numorous irrelevant debates which, uanfortunately, have taken place during every session for the past foew years, and which, of tlhemselves, have tended more than anything to throw matte...

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CENTRAL RIDING ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

CENIRAL lItl)ING ELECrION, Tho eloetion of a councillor to fill he extraordinary vacancoy in the repro sontation of the central riding in tile Jairnsdalo Shire Council, took placo n t Tuesdny, and, notwithstanding that hero were four candidates in the field, nd tllhat the partisans of each.worked nost energetically to secure the return sf their respective men, everything nased off most quietly and good. sumoredly, From the outset of the municeipal campaign, it was generally elt that the pollng would be close, tut opinions differed respecting the hances of the difforent candidates. iho result was not a surprise, althoughli t was anticipated but by few that MIr. )rovermann would havo obtained such Ssubstantial majority over each of his pponents. When thel result of the asirnsdale polling was Iknown, namely Drovermauna........................... 108 - Jackson ....................... 79 J. A. Taylor...............;. 72 . James Taylor:....; ...... 8 . was at once accepted as a fact that ...

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MR. MACAY'S LECTURE [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

)` ltr Itt1' 1 (1 1))14'll tstit' It'ttlis\ I~~slb it L hhc ttebh r ehh t aidatB~u \tw4 nlha I\athwdndbi he\hyte which would othcrwiso have been given and mttcrially affecting thie result of the nmeeocting. This is greatly to be regretted, as tile olject is ttne which mst comtmsutnd itself to every Ulristian, tnd to all who desir' to promote Ihic spread of religiOlls instrllution, or who mish to see toumcrance, morality and virtue rcign triumsphan t where sint antd ignorance. tow prevail. The chair was ocultied by Mr. Sumallman. theo condlucted tle 5lroccetitngs ill a very sgrtenoble stnlulltcr. Tie Lecctrer clcerly stated the objects of the Society in a lost interesting mannecr, and eoilted out that it was incumt enot uponu all rightmindes d Ipersons to assist in tills good work whthier they be Presbyterians or Eplts lopalians. that it was their nntnifest duty to So what they could to extend tl le beneflcent tnotilgs of tile flospel into remote aut tlhhly sotstltated districts, wel...

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

OPENINGf OF I'ARILI?lENT. On Tuesday the ceremony of opening the third session of tilhe eleventh Parlia ment of Victoria took place with tlhe customary pomp and formalities. At 2 o'clock Ills Excellency the Go vornor drove up to the entrance of Par liament in his state carringe accompanied by his suite, and escorted by a troop of the Prince of \Wales V.A. Light Horse. The Council Chamber was throlged with visitors, amongst whom thet ladies predominated. Thle consular body was well represented. When His Excellency entered the chamber he took his seat on the dais. The proclamation calling Parliament together having previously been read, as soon as His Excellency arrived the Speaker and umembners of the Legislative Assembly wore sumumoned to the bar. His Excelloncy read the Vice-Regal speech. During the afternoon the Houses met for the transaction of business. In tlhe Legislative Conncil Dr. Dob son gave niotice of muotion that a Select Commnittee he alppointedt to preplare as address ...

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SPORTING NOTES. (BY ARCHIMEDES.) [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

SPORTlng'IN NOTES. (Dl ACICIrEDES.) Although I am sorry I cannot con. gratulate the -Messrs. James on secur ing a win at Wrynldhiam with Forcuna, I am pleased to record that the Smuggler mare Tide, bred at the some stud as Fortuna, has at length obtained a wiuning bracket on the turf in other districts. It is evident that she only wanted a spell to fulfil the promises she hIeld out during her career on thle Gippslaud turf. Bush man, thie winner of the Selling Race, is also'a Gippslaud horse; as alo are Little Duchess, Napoleon and Black Princo, who were with Fortuna in the beaten division. "Plonipo" denies that he was aware of the conditions attached to the McKena trophy forwarded through Mr. Goold, and I give publicityto the denial lhe makes in the ilercury. I was informed that hlo was nimade fully acquainted of the fact by some of the Coimmittee, and as hlo was standing near when the matter ivas talked about on the wharf, I certainly thoughtl hlo heard the remnarkls. It seems I wa...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

IAGRIIICUI:I'URAL SOCIE''Y, A meeting of the general committoee was hold at Roberts' hotel yesterday afoternoon, to witnd up all afllhirs con nected with the late show. Mr. D. Davis, the prIesident, occupied the chair. A protest was rceived from lMr. J. A. Taylor, against Muessrs. Webb and Ilagger being awarded the prize for the grubber and scarifior, on the ground that the implement shown by the firm was not such as specified in theo prize list. It was agreed tlhat Mr. Taylor was correct as to the implement not being such as was specified in tlhe prize list, but it was not dtleemed advis able to interfere with the decision of the judges; but at the same time it. was determined to exercise more cart' in future to prevent oxhibits buing received unless in accordance with the terms of the section in whichl they woere to be shown. Mr. Calvert's protest, against MIr. Alex. Smith's brood mare Sea NyVmph, hIaving been relegated to authorities on suchl matters to decide, was not further co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

A. eicartilir & Co., (ATTA LE SALESMEN, SaOnemlntct.~luttiallceers q Vor llllellltl :11 .llleH~lt~l'iti? . Valnators andl Arhitrator.% Minin ' and Monry Broeris, ANt) OF'rl RAL CO)lltOSION ArhEiTS. A 'lOTION SALI:?S of OAT'TLE, . IOS1WSS, S,G, PiRODUCL, LAND; &c., held overy SATURDAY ?t our Yards in srltillan-stroot, 3AlacsDAri,?, it B?UTfnlr the Ilsi Tiarsdtoy in each month, Sand at SALE, MarrFI and STRanrFORD wihen coiouissioned to do so. Account Sales and caih ":'ocooeeds pid over inmsediately sales are udncluded. Our Agent at ?iruthot is Mr. 3ohn Ar chibald. : · l 2oiseyp. Tfl iidorleolgned, as agents for thle ut. dormontioncd Societies, aro prepllred to TLND MONEY ait tho lowest current lrates, in unius "I front l100to .10,000. "ltilern Pirrnumnia t lnihlltlig Society. Cehlnlil )Intuail 141f Assunaace Soclely. SLiverpool aun Glohe lisace Insr i( r ompany. Anrd also for several largo capitalists ii * lelbournce. A.M'A. and Co. aro also conm missioned to assist bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

13AT'f'S HOTEL BAIRNSDALE. T HIS superior Hotel is now open for tlhe reception of Touristo , Commercial gentliencn nnd Fnamilis. Visitors to the Lkes con bo sore of first-class nccomnodn Lion ot Satt'e hetel. Comnnodious Privato Sitting Enooms. lCommercinl Room.om * . .Sn ^ " f Samlo Ioome. nilliard Iloom. iHot and Cold Baths. Good Stabling. Wines and Spirits, best quality. Conveyonces moot oil the steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of tlhe Criterion Hotel, Solo.) Convcyelances. COBB AND CO.'S Telegraph Line of Royal Mail Coaches (In, connectiron with the Vict. Railtways) LEAVE the Booling onice, Batt's Hotel, Main-street, Bainsdale, for Snleo nnd intermediate places dnily (Sunday's excepted) Snt 10 a.m. FA lES:- £ P. c. nnirnsdnle to Sale (sinple) ... 0 10 0 Rectern Conches leave thie railway rtation, Snole, immecdintcly on thle nrrivalot the inorn ing tmin from M1elbourne, nt 1.15 o'clock, S reaching Bairnsdnle nt 7.60 pi.m. daily (Sun. days cxccepted). Eivery information re...

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Royal Mail Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

S]oytal ?ZatI ;Yotlee. The English mail will bI despatclheod from \Willimstown on Touesday, ith Moy. Thi following are thle arrangements at tho laimnsdlole post onic : Post olfice orders will be issued up to 3 p.m., Saturday (ithl Maly. TLetters will be registered up to 0 p.m. Saturaoy 6th tltuy. Ordlinary letters anl newspapers posted up to 9.30 n.m. Monday L8th ?lay.

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For Private Sale. Splendid Residence and Landed Property in Bairnsdale. Also, Town and Country Lots. To Medical Men, Land Speculators, and persons requiring Property. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

Far Paliwaste' Stalel. Splendid Residence and Landed Pro-e. pertyP in Bairnsdale. Also, Town and Country Lots. To Medical lMen, Land vpcoulators. and persons requiring Property. A MACIAARTHUR and CO. are Sfasvored with instructions frost the propriotor, ic. G. Morrison, Esq.. J.P., in consequeno of his leaving the colony, to' sell by. privato contract all his spllendllid and centrally situated IResidence, corner of Itacleod and Smith streets, with a laroco frontage to rlBuchanan street, llairnsdale. Thie land comprises about 2 acres, fronting above streets, and is laid out in gnrden and grass paddocks, and the house contaiss 10 rolons, withl bathll room, store roolm, cellar, undergrotund tank, stablo, coaclhhouso, etc. Upon this land the raitway statios mnsat be erected, as thie Oovernment surveyors have already marked the ground with the letter Tl'-terminus. If this property is not im mediately sold by privato sale it will be cut up into allotments and sold for build ing purposes."...

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OUR OMEO LETTER. Monday, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

OUR OMEO LETTER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Monday, April 24.   The return cricket match between the Omeo and Swift's Creek teams took place at Omeo on Saturday inst, and resulted in a most enjoyable and exciting game. Moodie captained the Omeo team, and Hutton the Swift's Creek. The latter won the toss, and decided to send their opponents in. During the innings excellent cricket was exhibited by both sides, but it was very evident that the bowling element was master of the day. The Omeo men managed to run up a score of 56, which was prin- cipally due to the splendid batting of Cunninghinn, who went in fourth and carried his bat out for a well-played 28. The bowling of Hutton and Lucas, and the longstopping of Sandy, especially the latter, did a cricketer good to look at. The Swift's Creek men then went to the crickets, and it appeared as though the score of the Omeoites was going to be beaten. In this innings the careful and skilful batting of Hutton is especially w...

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

MINING NOTES. A telegram from Bright, under date April 24, to the Age, says :-A very good crushing has been made at Ste- phen's mill, Wandiligong, 28 tons put through the stamps from a new shute in Messrs. Chalwell and Co.'s claim on the south end of the White Star line of reef, Morse's Creek, giving a return of 11½oz. to the ton, or a total yield of 2065oz. 14dwt. Messrs. Tickell, Gray and Company have crushed for a yield 1½oz. to the ton. Two new reefs show- ing rich stone on the surface have been discovered at Running Creek. The fol- lowing trial crushlings are reported from Harrietville :-R. M. Howard, 22 tons, 23oz.; H. Wraith, 5 toss, 10oz. 17dwt.; J. Young, 14 tons, 33oz. A trial of a new dry-blowing machine, introduced from California by Captain Park has been made in the vicinity of the Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, by Mr. Harris Wood, under-secretary for mines; Mr. Wilkinson, Government geologist; and Mr. Warden Slee, in- spector of mines. Several members of Parliament an...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

GENERAL NEWS. Scarlet fever has broken out at Goo- rongong, in the North-Eastern district, five cases having been reported to the local board of health. The sessional orders that obtained during the session will be again adopted by the Government. The Assembly will meet at half-past 4 on each day of sitting. On Wedntesdsay private mem- bers' business will take precedure from half-past 4 to twenty-five minutes past eight. The long-pending difficulty regarding the appointtmet of a clerk and clerk assistant in the Assembly was settled on Tuesday. Mr. Jenkins, clerk assist- ant under Mr. Barker, was sworn in as clerk of the Assembly, and Mr. Carlisle was appointed clerk assistant. T'he Government will give Mr. Carlisle pro- fessional assistance in his office as Par-   liamentary draughtsman, which position he will still retain. Mr. Garner, bar- rister, son of the late Crown Solicitor, will act as Parliamentary draughtsman under the direction of Mr. Carlisle. At the meeting ...

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FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, April 25. Messrs. Dal. Campbell and Co. re- port :-2040 head penned, principally North Eastern and Gippsland lots; quality mostly good and useful, with very few prime heavy weights. Biddings were dull, and prices declined 1Os. to 15s. Best pens bullocks made £9 10s. to £11 5s.; second, £7 10s. to £8 5s. We sold 185 for Messrs. Montgomery, Hagan, Fulton, McDonald and others, at market rates.

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 April 1882

SHIPPING NEWS.   The steamer Pretty Jane, S. Patrick master, left Melbourne at 7 p.m. on Sunday last, and passed Wilson's Promontory at 7 a.m. on Monday, arrived off the Lakes' bar at 2 a.m. on Tuesday. Crossed the bar at 3.45 p.m., having had to wait for the tide, and got up to the wharf the same night. Had light variable winds throughout the passage, with occasional heavy showers of rain. She called at the Promontory and landed stores for the lighthouse there.

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