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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 May 1882

SIHIPPING NEWS. The s.s. Protty Jane was on the eastorn spit last night. but it was expected she would float with the tdo. The schooner Glcugat.-y was inside the Entranco yesterday cveoning.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 May 1882

FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, May 17. Messrs. Dal. Campbell and Co. re port :-Fat Cattle.-1600 head for ward ; biddings brisk, and prices 10i. higher. Prime heavy bullocks made £18 to 15 guineas; second, £11 to £12 10s.; good, £09 10s. to £10 10s. best cows, £8 to £9. We sold 60 biul locks, from fholey Plain, to £10 17s. 6d. 20 bullocks for hur, Joseph Hod dinott, Old Rfosedhle, averaging £11 Is. 9d.; 10 bullheks for Mr. J. Gellion at £9 10s. ; 21 for Mf r. A. Smith, Alexlea, bullocks averaging £9 1Is. 4d., conws £6 5s.; .11 rows for Mr. E. Desailly averaging £7 17s. Gd.; 7 bullocks for Mr. W. Watt at £8 ; and 104 for Messrs. Fraser, Kroymborg, Rintoul, M'Donald, M'Grath, and Dunlop at full market rates. Messrs. R. Gibson and Co.report: Fat Cattle.-Another moderate supply yarded, namely 1600 bead, and demand was brisk and all sorts were effected at an advance of 10s per head. The coun try trade are now forced to purchase here, local supplies being so short. We quote prime bull...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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THE WRECK OF THE ROMEO. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 May 1882

THlE W?VECK OF THIE ROMEO. In our last issue we briefly referred to the fact that Mr. Smith, the Customs bouse officer, who had been sent to look after the cargo of the Romeo, had passed through ]Bairnsdale en route to Mel bourne. He has forwarded the following report to the department: STo the bon. the Commissioner of Trade and Customs.-Sir,-I beg leave to report for your information that I have returned from the wreck of the Romeo, after seeing all the goods there from put safely on board the schooner Magnolia, and also that I succeeded in recovering a quantity of goods that had been planted by the wreckers previous to my arrival at the scene of the wreck. About the 6th or 7th April, while searching along the beach I came across some wreckage painted white, one part being a door numbered 228 to 233, and on searching further I found some bunk boards, numbered alternatdly, one board bearing the numbers 108,110, 112, 114, 116, and have instructed the captain of the Magnolia to fetch ...

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SECOND DAYS' PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 May 1882

Tb r SEcOOD DAYS' ~PLAT:., !,;.IT The atch' ~,*s resumeid aii Tuesday, there beiiig nn immiense nttendaiic a ndl fine weather. The University team con tinued their innings, but Shaw was the only one who made a stalnd, and he 'ur ried out his bat for 78. The innings closed for 189, or 173 behind the Aus tralians. Oxford thercfore, hal, to fl. low on with their second innings, a.l when the stumps were drawn had scored 119 for the loss of four wickets. Leslie was the highest scorer, with 56 runs. The bowling and fielding of the Austra lians were excellent.

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Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 May 1882

Latest Intelligence. fBY ELECTRIC TELEGAPH ] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. The address in reply to the Governor's speech was presented to His Excellency at noon to-day at Government House. By a curious oversight not a single member of the Government was present. The Speaker was acncompanied by only four members of Parliament. The R.M.S. Hydospes arrived in the bay shortly after 5 o'clock this morning. In the Assembly to-night Sir John O'Shannssy asked the Minister of Rail ways whether he could obtain brakes possessing the conditions recommended by the Board of Trade in England. Mr. Bent replied that the Woods brake cons bined all the conditions in question, and he intended shortly to ask the House to adopt the invention. Subsequently Mr. Fincham proceeded with his motion, which the Government accept as one of want of confidence, to the effetkct that a select committee be appointed by ballot to inquire into and report upon the bal lasting contracts on the ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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EUROPEAN ITEMS. LONDON, MAY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 May 1882

EUROPEAN ITEMS. LONDON, MAY 15. A convention has been signed by M. de Novikoff, the Russian ambassador at Constantinople, and the representative of the Porte. define the conditions under which the Russo-Turkish war indemnity is to be paid Mahmoud Pasha, the Egyptian Pre mier, has been restored (? resigned.) The crisis which has arisen in Egypt during the past few ddys continues un abated. The Notables, since their re fusal to assemble, have been meditating between the Khedive andt his Ministers in order to avert the threatened deposi tion of the former. Prince Tewfik, on his part, is adopting a tempc-ising policy, with the object, it is believed, of gaining time pending the action of the European powers. The French squadron which has been stationed at the Piramus, received orders yesterday to proceed fothwith to Egypt, and immediately set sail for Alexandria. As already announced, the British squadron will follow at an early date. LONDON, MAY 15. In the House of Commons nlast even-'...

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

SiOR INGo NOTES. The following are the the scores in the match, Swan Reach v. Bruthoen, played last Saturday : TA no-Firat Innings, .- J. Vipond, (capt.) b D'A.my................ -0 W. Vipond, b Brainey.....I............. Ma'Knight, c Stirling, b Shiels........ 0 Brearley, b D'Arey. ?." Twithett, b D'Ar ;......... ........... 1 . Roadknight, e and b Shiels... ;::. a 0 Brennan, not out......:.:....J..;:...... 2 Hawkins, lbw b Shiels....................... . 1 M'Intosh, b fD'Arcy....... ........ ;... _ .,".,Sundien. .. ..g Second Innings: i :r , J. Vipoand, run out. , 4.......8 .... ....... 4 W. Vipond, b "Allen ......:..........::e:.. 14 SI iPHair, b 1 l2yD'Ar c' Kn?y vett, rauinout:..wike.....:;::.en:.....;:: l McKnight, ran oat ck:.;;:. i.l.., .3 Brearley, ran out.::m.::.::.;..:::..c;.H... an 1baltchett; 'b, 0h Al. 0 oadkn ibt,?"n Ely' b Sels 0 BEennan, not. out.. ... ............. ...... 16 Hawkins, b: Allen ........:.. ............... .. 8 MIntoshn, b Sandy:......: .................

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COUNTY COURT. (Before His Honor Judge Nolan.) [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 May 1882

COUNTY COURT. (Blefore His Honor Judge Nolan.)' Bull and Sons v. Pettit; a claim for £8 Sc 8d, goods sold and delivered. Mr. Stuart for the plaintitff. Judgment for amount, with costs, £1 2s Gd. The Court then adjourned until next (this) day.

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WANT OF CONFIDENCE MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 May 1882

WANT OF CONFIDENCE MOTION. The long and dreary dehnate on Mr; Berry's amosdnident in reply" td the ad dress was broughlit.to a close on ,Tuosdaj" night, and when the division was taken, the Government had a majority of! 16. The following is the list : AYEs.-Messra.. Barr, Beli, Berry A. T. Clark, R. Clark, W. M. COlark Davies, Deakin, Dow, Finoham, Fisher Gardiner, Hall, Jamiw,.Langridge, Lau rens, Mason, M'Coll, Mirams, Nimmo, Patterson, Pearson, Quick, Ioes, Rich ardson, W. C. Smith, Williams. Woods and A. Young. Nons.-Messrs. Anderson, ]Blaokett, Bent, Bolton, Bosisto, Bowman, Brophy, Burrowes, Camneron, Carter, Connor, Cooper, Cunningham, Duffly, Fraser, Gibb, Gillies, Grant, Graves, Harris, Hunt, Keys, Langdon, Levieh, Madden, M'Intyre, M'Lenn, t)'COallaglmn, Officer, Orkney, Robertson, Shiels, I. L. Smith, Toohey, Walker, Wallace, Wheeler, Wialsh, Wilson, C. Young, Zincke, Zox Sir Charles M'Malion, Dr, Madden, ?ir John O'Slianassy and Sir Bryan O'Loghlon. PAins.-For-Mr. Longmo...

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OUR OMEO LETTER. Monday, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 May 1882

OUR OMEO LE I'f'ER. (aROmM OUB OWN CORR?SPONDRNT.) Monday, May 15. A specael meeting of the Omeo Shire Council was hold on Saturday evening lastS, present-tbhe president (Cr. O. F. Cunningham), and Ors. Coughlan, Fitz gerald, Rodgers and Chauncy. The meeting was called to consider tenders for the bridge over Livingstone Creek, and to receive supervisor's report re road to reefs. There were only two tenders for the bridge, and on the mo tion of Cr. Chauney, seconded by Cr. Coughlan, Meessrs. Ousack and- Wal lace's tender for £482 is Gd, exclusive of earthwork, was accepted. The report of the supervisor was then read with reference to a bridle track to the reefs, when it was moved by Cr. Rodgere, and seconded by Or. Coughlan, that tenders be called, returnable at next ordinary meeting, for cutting a bridle track to wards the reefs, 80 chains in length. Carried. The secretary was instructed to write urging an alteration in delivery of the "Bairnsdale and liruthen mails. The council the...

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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. LONDON, 15th May. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 May 1882

THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN S. ENGLAND. LomoD, 15th May. The 'Australian cricketers commenced their first match in England to-day against eleven of OxfordUniversity, at Oxford The following are the names - " of the 'home team :-G. C. Harrison, M.i 0 KKimp,' C. F. H. Leslie, E. Peake, G. E. Robinson, W. A. Thorn ton, A. O. Whiting, Shaw, Walker, Godfirey and ,Hamilton.- Mfr. N. A'Lachlhai, the captain of the Oxford team for the present year was unable to play owing to his -being. in ill-health. Murdoch having won the toss for the Australians elected to go in. Massio mnadoi splendid display of batting, and remained at the wickets for several hours, despite inumerous changes of bowlers. He was, however, badly missed in the field when lie had only made a few runs. After this he played with great freedom, hitting the bowling all over the field. He was finally caught for the magnifi cent score of 20G runs. Garrett mado the second highest score, being bowled fo:41. ' Joft s contributed 39. Th...

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

Shire of B?iairnsdalae. T?ENDERS will be received until noon on THURSDAY, the let day of June, for 1. Draining and Forming on Paynesville road, between Messrs. Hoskins and Hough ton's properties. 2. Lowering Main Street, at Mitchell bridge approaches. 3. Forming on Engle.Poiat road from the wharf to bounmdary of Western Riding. 4. Clearing, &c., on Bengworden road, from The Ridge to the State schoolhouse. 5. Gravelling Main Street between EM*il. lan Street and Buchanan Ssreet. 6. Fresh tenders for improvements to Wy Yung road at Dooley's Hill. 7. Fresh tenders for Gravelling 25 chains of the Sarsfield road at T.ucknow lHill. Plans and speeificationes win, be seen at the Shire Office on and after Monday, the 22nd inst. A deposit of 10 per cent. in cash or marked cheque must accompany each tender. H. BREDT, Shire Secretary. Bairnsdale, 8thl May, 1882. Shire of Ounce. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. A LL Contractors are required to sign their contracts within 7 days from day of meeting ...

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OUR TAMBO CROSSING LETTER. Tuesday, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 May 1882

OUR TAMBiO CROSSING LETrEIR. (so(R OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) - Tuesday, May 16. There is "so seldom any news totsend from here that has'not been-anticipated from some other source that I may be excused for so little correspondence. Now the only news is the find of a reef up the Hautnted Stroa' b1.y Mesrts. Polick and Brodribb. Thelspecimens the foriier gentlenat lbrouglht in loolked very rich and good,tand with a two fott reef ought to give good.-reoturns if properly worked. At present the ;tr`ack to the scene of the opreatioisi is sabout the worst of all thebad ones about the district, and in wet seasons sometimes quite impassable on horseback, -but if payable gold can be obtained theis is no. doubt a better one will be fouiid. '"' The .enginoHe and imaehintery .for Onieo are I hear on the road, but theyhave not pit in an' appearance hIero yet ' The carriers h'iave, been fortunate iii their ,weather hitherto, thlte road"being diy and hard, and the river heretunusually low, but the sc...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 May 1882

S; , : FOOTBALL. The players to represent iBairnsdale in the forthcoming match with Sale, on. the 2~4th' inst., will be choseni from the following: Messrs. Bailey, Brearley, Bishop, Davies, Elleimann,. 'Findley (vice-capt.), ,Gregory,. Gordon.. (2), M'Allester (capt.), F. M'Namara, M'Carrick, Mlacarthur, . H. 'Morrison, H. Murphy, Palmer; Quail, K. Smith,, M'Guinness, Woodgafe, Hosie, H. Macarthur, jMacleod and Rodgers. The steamer' Tauijil will leave the Bairnsdale wharf at 6.30 a.m. on that day, and all players airn requested to be punctual in their' uttendance. Any of the above players unable to -go are requested to give their' names to the secretary not later'than Saturday n;ght.

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

"j OREMAN. required, for new Hotp Pltas atation, Briaolong. Apply, with tes timonials, to W?o. FoRoES, Briagolong. MIIELBOURNE CASH STORE is a b. buyer of any quantity of flrst-class HONEY.-T. G. PoTroN. W ANTED, TEAM to load for Dargo. Immediate despatch. Apply C. Sw.?, Commercial Stores. W? ANTED BONES in any quantity, delivered at Upper Jetty, Clyde bank. Apply F. M. GRANT, Bairnsdale. T ENDERS are invited for a four-roomed COTTAGE for Mr. Edward Foley. For full particulars apply to Mr. Thomas: Swan, Architect. Tenders returonale by 8 p.m. on Saturday, the 20th inst. TENDERS required for Grubbing and Clearing 25 acres Land. Full particu lurs on application to D. H. HILL. Lind.c now, 28th April, 1882. T?ENDERS are invited for the supply S of 6000 SHINGLES, 2ft. Gin. long, and 1000 PALINGS, 5ft. long. Tenders returnable by Saturday next, the 20th inst. For particulars apply to R. and J. Cocr sANE, Eastwood. T?ENDERS WANTED, for supplying 1700 Rails and 850 Posts and orecting a two-...

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 May 1882

MINING NOTES. The subject of the best method, f working the Tambn and Bairasdale Gold Mining C ompany's mine was fully dis cussed at a special general meeting of shareholders held at Roberts' Conimer cial hotel on Friday last. The gentle men present went into details respecting thie question, and several of them.being experienced practical miners were enabled to give their opinions as experts. It was arranged that. a party should visit the mine and inspect'the. workingse;anid when oii, the. ground should, confer amongst themselves as to the best site. for sinking the proposed shaft, and when they had decided they should h o"em powered to call for tenders forthwith.. The fifth number of the Mining Chronicle is to hand.. It fully keepjs up to its 'standard and is invaluable to all engaged in mining pursuits and specula tions.

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

A. M'cacrthuir & Co., SCATTLE SALESMEN, -overllllient Auctioneers, Valuators and Arbitrators, finin o?nd Money Brokers, AND GENERAL COMMIIESION AGENTS. A UCTION- SALES of CATTLE, A - HORSES, PIGS, PRODUCE, LAND, &c., h.ld every SATURDAY at our, Yards in M'Millar-street. IAAIRNBDALE, at BSurTna the last Thursday in each month. and at SALE, lIAFFRA and STRATFORD when commissioned to do . o. Account Sales and c.t ' proceeds paid over immediately sales are concluded. Our Agent at Bruthen is Mr. John Ar chibald. Auctioneers' Notice. T HE twelve Working Bullocks adver tised by us for satle on Saturday will not be forward until Saturday week, the 27th inst., when they will be sold with their yokes; bows and chains. A. MACARTHUR & CO.: Bairnsdale, Saturday, 20th May. A MACARTBUR and Cu. are s favored with instructions from the owner to sell by auction, in their yards. on above date at 12 o'clock, A lot of Cows, with young calves at foot And a lot of Springsng Heifers...

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

Bairnsdale Club Hotel BAIRNSDALE. T HIS superior Hotel affords esuperior accommodation for Tourists, Commer cial gentlemen and Familisca. Visitors to the Lakes can be sure of every convenience and information. Commodious Private Sitting Rooms. Commercial Room. Sample Rooms. Billiard Room. _--H ot and Cold.Baths. Good Stabling. Wines and Spirits, best quality. Conveyances meet all the steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Colnvcyra les.o COBB AND CO.'S Royal MYail Coaches. LEAVE Duggan's lHotel, Rairnsdale, for Sale at 10 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted. Return fare, Ib. T. DUGGAN, Agent. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. O'Reilly's Telegraph Line of Coaches, Running in connection writh Cobb 4 . Co., L EAVE the booking office, Batt's Hotel, DBAOENSDALE, for BRUTHEN and in termediate places daily, Saturdays and Sun days excepted, at 8 p.m., on arrival of coach from Sale. On Sundays at 10a.m. Fare, 5s; return, 7s Sd. The above line leave the bookning office,...

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

The Advertiser. PUBLIISHED EVERY TUESDAY, TIHURSDAY -AND SATURIIDAY MORNING. Bairaisdale, Thursday, May 18,1882. ONE of tihe first principles of postal reform should be, so. far as possible, to extenid T?ostal facilities to all localities in which the number of residents will warrant it. In this respect the residetist of Wy Yung are sadly inconvenieneedi being completely, shut out from all postal communication with Bairnsdale. Popu hition in the direction of Wv Yung has lately greatly increased, and is stillon the hincreasse, and we therefore contendl that some steps should immediately be taken to remedy the evil under which the inhabitants of.that largo area at present suffer. Some years ago, whlen there was a h.bi-weekly. mail service to Boggy Creek, a loose bag was, on appli cation, - left at M1i. Mason's for the benefit of the residents of Wy Yung. When the mail service to Biggy Creek was changed to a weekly service, leaving Bairnsdale on Saturday, the loose bag to Wy Yung was f...

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BAIRNSDALE CIRCUIT COURTS. WEDNESDAY, MAY 17TH. (Before His Honor Judge Nolan.) DEATH OF MR. SANDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 May 1882

IJAIRNSIALE CIRCUJIT COURTS. VWEDNESDAY, MAY 17TH. (llefore lHis Honor Judge Nolan.) DEATH OF iMR. SANDFOtD. Whon the General Sessions Court was opened, Mr. Kelleher, who was greoaty otteeted, ond who spoke very feelingly, ob. se.:ved that ho had been requested by his brothren in both branches of the profession, and he spoke for hhnself, to refer sorrowfulvly to the absoence of a young solicitor who u?d been proottsltg before the court during the past four or five yoers, and whoso absence was ocoatoned tby death. lie (Mr, lKellehoer) kpow that the Into Mr, Satdfonl was estooneul by the publitc of Bairnsdale, and was respected by his brother professionals ; he was a good citizen, a good husband, and a good father, nd hisi demise was generally regretted. lie (Mir. Kelleher) did not apply to his Honor for an adjournment of the court, but on be ball of the professional gentlemen-and ihe spoke for himself-he solicited an expression from his lHonor touching the painful cir eumstance. His ...

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