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MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 May 1882
MAI"FBAn CAT'LtI E MAhRKET. F~rhlnv, Mayn 5. MIas~ri.- A. alTI,tOO ano Co. rcpnd: I .nigRe Roippty t;.r·vn~d; (at cattlo in ~,ol dojitatiui, utotuSa tuly dull, nl~d ~old 1iu~lt tal~aluol(k IL'Llimoll and ilutfulotr qua"lity' to .Ctu 1 2o lii, to~, nunw tot .'4· WaI: o'il t kll~aul i \'ud latutnni Un, uthur tItliu)lu to'll L~11(~I, Fluada ltn o. u~~·\(llhui nt~~~ ~,1 11~~1:1
MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 May 1882
JIELCiOUIlNE STATION PIIOIUlO JIAIKET. Wednesday, May 3. THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MEIn. CANTILE AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED re port: Sheepskins.-Currccct quotations are as follows :-Lanmb skins. 2s to 2s Od each; lamb pelts, is 3d to 2s do ; pelts, 2s Gd to 4s do; dry skins, 2s 3d to as (id do; station skins, in bales, 44d to 7d perlb. Hides.-Prices :-Oreen ox hides, ifs to 3s each; green cow hides, Sd to 3bd per lb; cnalf skins, 4d to 4jd do; New Zealand hides, up to 6d do; kip hides, 3d to Cid do; Victorian salted hides, 3id to I4d do; Victorian extra heavy, up to 4}d and Cd do. Leather.-Crop, Did to ld per lb; kip, Is Ad to Is Sjd do; ruoners. Is Cd to Is »d do; cnlf, 2s to 2s Od do; rwaxed kangaroo, is Od to 2s Id do; brown, Is 1ld to 2s 3;d do; wallaby, 2s to 2s 10d do; black harness, 1ld to tdd do; brown harness, up to lis Gd per side; basils, 10s to 20s per doz., or 7d to lcd per Ib; rough tanned kno garoo, Is to Is 3d. Kangaroo Skins, Ac.-We quote:-Kangia roo, 4d to 9d per lb; wa...
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 May 1882
MINING NOTES. We acknowledge ih receipt of the thirtd number of theu Miitt Chlroldle. anld we with pleasure note ~ltt the colnductors are detertilnetd to keep .teir promiseo to their readers of improvidg the journal as timen progresses. The tabcl eolllclotlllg the lntiooe antd particular, of th various mining collt> panics are ceuveenj:t nwl useful. The Chronicle is a vn:4!:a paper for tfiling for reference. .?lesers. II. Mlassina are the publishers. The managing dtrtcor of the New cooot Hope Co. reports forthe week endling the 9tl itst. --'relalntrS lto olteht; tU thtu east end of the mlit Mir. Ilntlley had tt orhautl of tie niln teol r ty alnd fotlttnd that the brlasses of tthe eg t to o\wlt muctIth wortl is to hle unsafe to wok with. I have sentL: for noew ones wvhictlh I o( tp111 Ont Sattturdtty next.land work with tllt sntoten alollatHtv. 'I'lo II~ III: )Il~tllR( I, (III (lll~l*;~ i r~I I The mining lalnager of the Great Success Quartz lminitnt Company, Deptford, reports for...
The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Saturday, May 6, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 May 1882
The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVEIIY TUESDAY, TH[URSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairn?dale, Saturday, May 6, 1882. On Tuesday evening, a " hop fete" took place at ir...Hoskins', Eagle Point, when the pickers recently engaged at tlhat garden and a number of their friends were hospitably entertained by Mr. and lMrs. Boskins. After the company had amply testified to their appreciation of tihe excellent refreshments provided, all adjoured to tile drying-shed, where dancing was commenced and kept up with spirit till daylight to the stirring music discoursed by Mr, Redonbach's brass band. The usual monotony of a Council Umlrotig was Inst Thursday variel by one or two lively sconles, as will be per ceived by our report of thie proceedings. Thu proposed works at Dooley's htill were tlhe subject of a rather animtated disussioll, but the pricipal scone was ocsnsioned by Councillor Goold's opposi tion tottho appointment of Mr. Cocksudge to collot the rates in tlhe liate ?tister'I Ihlding, isnd the c...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE WEEKLY HALF-HOLIDAY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 May 1882
ORIGINAL CORIIESPON?I)ENCE..:' THE WEEKLY HALF-HOLIDAY. TO TIIE-EDITOR OF TH?E ADVERTISER. Sir,-When thue above was firt mooted and advocated in the columns of your paper, thoughts were vely freely expressed nbout the advantage such an institution would be to the shopkeepers' assistants, who are kept be hind the counter fromp Monday morning to Saturday night, innasmuch as it would afford them an opportunity bf breathing the fresh air of the country undit eangag ingthovarious outdoor games, such a cricket, football, boat ing, flishing, lc. Wilt such an end in view, a committee was forcled for the purpose of bringing about the de red object, and having. obtained the written consent of every, or nearly every busilness tan in Bainusdale, the day was fixed for its i ?guration. Suchi an institution, I had hol , would have a long continued existence, b t, to my surprise, as I wvas riding down Mai .street lastWednesday, I observed :o either ide every shop open.. Inquiring the cause this dep...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 May 1882
SPORTING NOTES. (By AnoIarnEDES.) I am informed that after all a match for £5 aside, running high jump, has been arranged between Mr. O'Connor and the aboriginal Rutherford who beat him last Saturday. Tile event will come off on the Queen's Birthday, and will be sure to excite a great deal of interest, as each of the competitors has a large party of friends at his back. The Mitchell River Regatta com mittee met at Roberts' Commercial hotel on Thursday evening to wind up matters connected with tie late regatta, and to take evidence respecting the pro test lodged against AMr. Herbertson. A letter from tile secretary of the Sale Rowing Club, unider date 26th April, was received, craving an extension of time to produce evidence. An animated discussion ensued, the unanimous opin ion being that plenty of time had been allowed those who had entered the pro test, but several gentlemen held that no harm could be done by extending the tilie one week. Eventually a motion was submitted that the...
SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 May 1882
SIIIPING NEWS. The schooner lllfTra left lMelbor-no on Saturday last at (S p.m., passed through the Ileads at midnighi, rounded the Promontory at 2 a.m. on tlonday, and hove-to off the Entrance at 7 p.m. the same day. She was, however, compelled to wait outside till Wed nesday morning, when shle came in with the help of the Lady of the Lake, arriving at the wharf shortly after midntight.l Northerly, westerly, and south-westerly winds, with moderate weather, were ilxerienced on the run rounid, and fierce outh-wcsterly gale after getting inside. Mr. Zellus, the agent of the Lakes' Ship ting Co., reports :--iaving ilnd the agency and genceral management of the schoonera Glen. garry and Matnff, and the steamer Lady of the Lake, for She six months ending the llst Mlarch, I am pileased to inform tile public that during that time, tllough comparatively a tranger in Btirnsdnle, I have nevertheless met with a generous support from all classes ablout the Gippsland Lakes, and even at tile Snow...
BAIRNSDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MAY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 May 1882
IBAIJNSDALE SIIIIIE COUNCIL. TrunsDAY, MAY 4. Present.-The President (W. Hodgson) and Ors. Calvert, Scott, Goold and Ross. Cr. Drovermanun, the newly elected mem ber for the Central riding, lhaving sub scribed to the usual declaration, took his seat. CORREBPONDENCE. From C. Swan, directing attention to the bad state of the footpath under the veran dah of his premises in Main and liailoy streets, anid sggestling that the Council should lay down alsphalte footpaths oppo site the premises of all those who would be willing to 5ear a proportion of the cost. Order of the day. From the town clerk of Sale, stating that as Sir Bryan O'Loghlon had promised to introduce a bill to expend .£60,000 on the Lakes' Entrance, it was not considered necessary to send the proposed deputation to interview him on the subject.-Received. From the department of Public WVorks, offering no objection to the acceptance of R. Miathieson's tender for thle low level bridge at Ceongulmorang.-Rtceived. From the Treas...
BAIRNSDALE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 5. (Before Messrs. W. G. Brown and F. W. Drevermann, Js.P.) ILLEGAL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 May 1882
BAIHR.NSDALE POLiCE COURT,'. FRIDAY, MAY 5. (Before Messrs. W. G. Brown and F. W. Drovormann, Js.P.) - ILLeOAL SPORTS. Police v. Frederick Pywell.-This was a charge against the landlord of the Albion hotel of permitting illegal sports on his premises. Sergeant Goodenough represented the police, and said he brought the charge under the 55th section of the Publicans' Act, which prohibited unlawful games in public houses, and he would prove that defend ant.permitted such, contrary to the statute, on Saiurday evening last, when a number of young men were allowed to, play a game with dice called Castlemnine or Yankee. Grab for money and drink. He called Robert Gray, .who :deposed that ihe was in defendant's house on Saturday evening last with 20 or 30 other young fellows. They wero shaking dice for drinks, and the game was known as Castlemaine or wet Yankee Grab. De fendant had a shilling in. Witness, though .sober at the time, could not toll how long they were playing. He had often play...
OMEO SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 May 1882
OMIEO SHIIll COUINCL. At the meeting of the Omco Shire Council on Tuesday, the following ten ders were accepted : Contract 12G.-Formation on Upper Murray road, at Reeds'.-Johi Toland. Gs per chain. Contract 128.-Clearing on tIarriotville road, between King's and Parslow's.-J. R. Rawson, £33 15s. Contract 129.-Forming stone crossings on the Harriottrille road, across Jim and Creek and tributaris.--Cusacok and Wal lace, .£39 4s. Contract 130.-Formation and gravelling 20 chains on Main Gippsland road, at Police paddock.--Hans Schoor, £72 lls Gd. Contract 131.-Erection of a Two-rail Fence at embankments Lower Livingstone road.-J. Greonwood, 7s per rood. Contract 132.-Clearing, Culvert and Formation, third section of Hinnomunjio road.-W. Haeffner, £05 15s.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 May 1882
.A. Macarthur & Co., CATTLE SALESMEN, Coverniment Auctioneers Valutors and Aritrators , )lining' and Money Brolikers, .iND GENEIIRAL CO)IEISION AGENTS. A UCTION S-ALES of CATTLE, HORSES, PIGS, PRODUCE, LAND, &c., held every SATURDAY at our Yards in Lt'Mlillan-street, BAIRNSDALE, at B VrazN the last Thursdayin each month, and at SALE, MAFFRA and STRATFORD 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. Auctioneers' Notice. OUR SALES THIS DAY will comprise the following: No. 1.-Lousehold F.urnitore and Effectsj Saddlery and Harness, and Sundries, " at 11 o'clock. No. 2.-100 Fat and Store Cattle from S. Omeo, for Messrs. White and others. No. 3.-30 Fat and Store Cattle from Omeo for Mr. Spencer. No. 4.-- Werking Bullocks for Mr. Spen No :--40 heavy Draught Colts and Fillies from Manaro for Mr. M'Evoy. No . 0.-0 Fat and Store rigs, &o. A. MACARTHUR & CO. Ba...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 May 1882
Bairnsaale Club Hotel DAIrNSDALE. THIS' supcrinr Hotel affords superior acoom5odaltion for Tourists, Commoer cial gentlemen and Families. Visitors to the Lakes can be sure of every convenience and information. Commodious Private Sitting Booms. Commercial Room. Snmplo looms. Billiard Boom. Hot and Cold Baths. Good Stabling. Wines and Spirits, best quality. Convoyances meet all tho steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Lote of tlhe Criterion HIotel, Sale.) Conveyances. COBB AND CO.'S Royal M1ail Coaches. LEAVE Duegan's Hotel, Bairnsdalc, for Sale at 10 n.m. daily, Sunday cxccpted. BReturn fare, 158.. T. DUGooANl Agent. nonB1iTsoN, WAGNEI & CO. O'Reillyts TelegraphLine of Coaches, Running in cqinection weiti Cobhb (J- Co., LEAVE the looking olece, Batt's Hotel. BAIRNSDLE, for BIIUTIIEN and in termediate I nbu daily, Saturdlays and Sun days excepted, t 8 p.m., on arrival of coach from Sale. On Sdays at 10a.m. Fare,B s; retirn, 71s1d. The above linp leavte the boolkiig office, Star...
MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, May 3. WILLIAM ADAMSON and Co. report:— [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 May 1882
OIELIIOUI1NE DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, May 3. WILLIAM ADurso and Co. report: Cheese.-We had a good demand today, and cleared all offered at satisfactory prices. P'rime Western district dairies realised 7jd to 9d, medium to good Old to 74d, inferior lower. 'Potted Butter was in good demand. WVo have quitted some big lines of good butter privately from Is 5d to is Gd. At auction prime brought ts 2d to Is Od, medium to good Is to Is Id. Pastry sorts range from id for soft inferior up to Is for good hard. We had no really prime to offer to-day, and we quote best quality Is ad to Is 7d. Fresh Butter.-The supply reaching us is not half enough for our requirements. Our best regular dairies realised from 2s to 2a 3d, good ordinary brought ls 9d to 2s, me dium to good Is 4d to ls 7d. Eggs.-Guaranteed lots realised ts Sd to Is lld. Bacon is in demand from O5d to 7d for medium to prime. lIams.-We quote Gd to Sd. Iloney.-Bush 3Od to 4d, garden 43d to ,d. Beeswax.-Bush 71d to Sid, garden S?d 9Sd...
Commercial. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 May 1882
Commercial. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, May 3. TII. AUSTRALIAN GRAIN AND PRODUCE COMPANY report : llreadstaffs.-VWheat hns declined in price. We sold prime milling at Os 6d, medium at ts 4.d ex store, and these are the ruling prices to-day, the nmrket having a downsward tendency. Flour is at £13 15s to £13 17s Od. fBarley continues in good request. We have sold 800 sacks good English at 4s 7d, and 200 sacks medium Cape at 4s 2kd. Holders are firm, and the market is steadily ndvancing. Oats remain unaltered. We have sold for export for Sydney 500 sacks feed at 3s 7d, delivered f.o.b., 14541 sacks for Adelaide at a full rate; locally we have sold, cx bond, 700 sacks milling at ts Sd, and prime New Ze land, duty paid, at 4s lid. Pens are at 4s 4d to 4s 5d. Maize at Os ld. Grass Seeds.-The large arrivals from New Zealand have glutted our market, and both cocksfoot and ryegrass have declined in prices, aund remain dull of sale. . We look for a reaction in a few days. -- .-"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 9 May 1882
A .I I IIOUIIUNE CASH STIRIE i1 .111 1i;or. of oIly qIlantity of thIat.-Itoo I I iON tt:tN tl s -I. -a.y. oaiitit 1 al '1R~ Ap lyt'. N h1 ttt,\ t plll ttali,. a.. tti.'Alt Y M \, toy tallalat Ito.'dnl, ttS I~ I oIII'I ' Ilatal I a11111ol. tt h111k1).Ia 011111' t i "no Ih11(~ ~ y it nuu J ,'ln It ,, 4Illlld~ *lnudl 1111.1~, I~iillb'·,li1, . 111 ,\11111, Inr;1, L QST, from Buchan, a small BAY MARE, S branded FIt conjoined (F reversed). wolf-tooth off jaw. Last seen at Mackicson's. Also one IRON GREY. MARE, branded JS rear shoalce . Both mares running togethe supposed, on the Nicholson or at Lucknow. £1 10s reward on leaving tho animals at Mr. Burt's Mitchell Hotel. TIENDERS aro invited for a four-roomed ". COTTAGE for Mr. Edward Foloy. For full particulars apply to, Mr. Thotims Swan, Architect. Tonders roturnaulo by 3 p.m. on Saturday, tho 20th inst.' TImENDERS are invited for forming Foot path and Water Channel in M'11illan and Macleod Streets. For particulnrs apply to Thuos. . POpE....
SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 9 May 1882
SIIIPPING NEWS. The Pretty Jane arrived off the Entrance on Sunday morning. A strong gale was blowing and n high sea running. She put out to sea and by the latest telegram last night she had not returned to the Entrance. There are a number in this district whom accident or affliction compelled for a time to seek refuge in the Gippe land Hospital, and whether they were there as paying patients or otherwise, one and all lore testimony to the kind ness anud attention received at the hands of Mr. and Mrs. Rigney. It will be heard wilth regret in this portion of .the district that this lady and gentlemnu are about to sever their connection with the institution, Mr. Rigney having pur chased a chemist's business at Sheppar ton. While all will be sorry to lose them, we feel convinced that Mr. and Mrs. Rigney will leave Gippsland carry ing with them the well wishes of all eections of the communtity for their future welfare and happiness. We remind our readers that lMessrs. A. Macarthur and C...
Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 9 May 1882
Latest Intelligence, r[Y ELEOTILIC TELEORAPII ] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, lMonday Evening. Parliament will meet to-morrow, and it is expected that the debate on the amendment on the address in reply will be resumed, but it is not likely to be finished till Thursday. There is no likelihood of the amendment being car ried; but it is asserted that before busi ness is allowed to be proceeded with an other amendment will be moved. The greatest excitement and indigna. tion were felt in Melbourne when the news of the assassinations in Ireland were read. It is now felt that the English Government can no longer abstain from taking firm and decisive steps relative to the situation of affairs in Ireland. Tihe latest news from the quarantine station is to the effect that Miss Sothern is progressing satisfactorily, and she will probably be released in tile course of a fortnight. It is stated that the trial of Burns, for the murder of the man whose headless trunk was found at the D...
SALE MARKET REPORT. Monday, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 9 May 1882
SALE MARKET REPORT. [BY ELEcTr1n TELE~n.AP? Monday, May 8. Messrs. R. Guthridge and Co. repor: under data Saturday, May 6th :-Fat Cattle.-Good demand, bullocks, £5 to £7 ; cows, £3 10s. to £4 10s. Store Cattle.-Very .ull, cows, £1 Gs. to £1 15s.'; bullocks, £3 to £4. Forward Springers.-Brisk demand, sales £3 to £5. Fat Sheep.-Sales, 7s. 6d to 8s. 3d.; lambs, 8s. Pigs.-Large supply, 450 yarded ; fat in good demand, 31d. to 4d. per pound ; stores dull.