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BAIRNSDALE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 16. (Before Messrs. M. Goold, W. G. Brown and H. B. Kelsall, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 18 May 1882
IAIRNS)DALE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 10. (Before Messrs. A. Goold, W. G. Brown and H .B. tB Kelsnll, Js.P.) cHiARGEo UNDER THE ABATTOIRS' ACT. Edward Jarrett was charged with having meat in his possession for which he was un able to accounlt.- Mr. Greene appeared for the prosecution and Mr. Commins for the acunsed. ' Jaines Sandy was in Mr. Merry's employ about two years aeo, and knew that gentle man's'cattle itild brand. About the 24th or o25th April last saw the paunch, tide, feet and head of one of Mr. Merry's beasts at Stoney Creek. The remains of the beast had the appearance of its having been slaughtered. Saw marks of a person's feet, and saw the remains of a fire which had been kindled near the spot, which was not near any habi tation. About three days afterwards'went with Mr. Merry to Jarrett's place. Heard Constable Richardson say that he picked up a bone, and asked Jarrett where he got the meat which was on the bone, and Jarret said he did not know but that the boy did. ...
THE MURDERS IN IRELAND. THE SUSPECTED MURDERERS ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882
THE MURIDERIS IiN .IRiEL4ND. THE SUSPECTED MURDERERS ARRESTED. The Liverpool police have arrested ten stowaways, who had concealed :them selves on board one of the steamers of tihe National line, which was about to sail for New York, on suspicion of their being implicated in the murders re-, cently committed in the Phalnix-parik, Dublin. The Government have indicted the Freiheit, a Socialist newspaper printed in London, for having published an, ar tide applauding the assassination of Lord Frederick Cnvendishl and Mr. T. H. Burke, and inciting others to imitate the example of the murderers.
A DIABOLICAL OUTRAGE. [FRIDAY'S AGE.] [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882
..A DIABOLICAL. OUTRAGE. [ ' FRIDAY. AGE.] .At diabolicil outrage, such as has fortuinately 'isever bees paralleled in tlie annalls ofEVictorian crime, was perpe trated about ten minutes past'one o'clock yesterday' morning, at' the "omnibus stables of Mfr..m. oalson, sitai?ted at the corneer of, Cato-street and Com mercial-road,- Prahran: The .few wit niesses of -the affair were startled to see the intire :cesne illmhnined by a momen tary,.luridflnsh, which was quickly fol lowed by a terrific explosion, which was described as resembling the discharge of a battery of artillery. "The force of the conicussion "which ensued completely shattered the windows of most of the houses within a radius of 200 or 300 yiirds froni the spot, and many of the residents of the locality were under the impression that a shock of earthquake had occurred. The disaster, which was attributed to an explosion of gas, was subsequently discovered to have been the act of some cowardly miscieant, who had used an ...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882
SPORTIING NOTES. (BY AnaHIMEDES.) Our footballers have been in active practice for the forthcoming match with Sale on the Queen's Birthday, and the majority of them have gone into semi trhining. This shows that they mean business, and if they do not return crowned with the laurels of victory, I am sure they will give a good account of themselves. The, knights of the trigger have had some good sport hero lately, and I have heard of a few good bags having been secured. The other day Mr. Duggan and another gentleman got amongst the quail in the Broadlands direction, and they had a few brace of these feathered. beauties when they reached home. Bravo I Messrs: Lowe and Chitten den, of the Oinco district. A few gentle men of your spiritoelness will do an immense amount of good in any district. Mr. T. Lowe, of Doctor's Flat, offpred .to donate £10, if anyone else would give: £5, towards the expenses of a cricket match next season with a Bairns dale.team ; £20 to £10 for a match with a Sale...
EUROPEAN ITEMS. LONDON, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882
EUROPEAN? ITEMb. LONDON, May 16. Mr. Parnell has avowed the compact which it is alleged be entered into with the British Government prior to his re lease from Kilmainham gaol. Mr.. Gladstone was severely questioned on the subject in the House of Commons,: but his reply was of a very equivocal description, and it is evident hoe desires to avoid disclosing the precise terms of. the agreement arrived at. Prince Bismarck, Chancellor of the German Empire, has been indisposed for; some time past. He is notw'completely' prostrated with. a severe attack of neu ralgia. -Thel socialistic movement is'assuming alarming proportions in Belgrade, the capital of Servia. The inhabitants are urging the Government to take more 'active steps for its suppression. Several more persons have been tried at Vienna for having by their careless ness contributed to the terrible catas trophe at the Ring Theatre, which was destroyed by fire in December last. Herr Januer, the manager of the theatre, and Herr Lauds...
THE BRIGHTON RAILWAY BALLAST. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882
TIE BRIIlH'i'Ol RAILWAY BALLAST. In the Assembly on VWednesday, Mr. Fincham's motion for a committee of inquiry into the charges against the Minister of Railways re the Brighton railway ballast was negatived without a division, but the Premier announced Iis intention of moving the following day for the appointment of a committee. On Thursday hle submitted a motion for the appointment of a committee to in quire into and report whether or not the thl Minister of liailwas had been guilty of any corrupt conduct (1) in connection with the supply of gravel to the con tractors for the Brighton line, (2) in connection with the alteration of the Windsor specifications, (3) in connection with tile Ilispute albot the Mlordialloo ballast, anil (.1) whether any such con duct was the causeo of tlh retirtmens t of the ox-enlgineer-in-chief. The com mittee will consist of Mr. Anderson, Mr. Boll, Mr. Fisher, Mr. Nimmo, Mr. Roliortaon, Mr. Officer, alnd Mr. Wheolor Mr, lFianclha's mtotiotn was accopt...
MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882
UlaI.II(1! IF: T.\rloN I'Pltottm MA~tll I\ dt"I v 4I\ t~l.~ Loa .t ý at tt f~d177ýý'9 I~um17 it iu* , 9i o .4 ii il atoll i Wlval 1W III Ii tI Olklit) Old liar Ii I~a aenlf shkins, 3.d to 4.d do; New Zealand hides, up to 4~d do ; kip hides, Sd to lid do; Victorian salted hides, 33d to 41d do; Victorian extra heavy, up to 4td do. Leather.--Crop, heavy,- up to 13d per lb ; crop, light 8d to 9ld do; kip, 1s 3d to ls 5ld do; runners, Is ld to Is 9d do; canlf, 2s to 2s 9d do; waxed kangaroo, ts 9d to 2s 4d do; brown, Is 19d to 2s 3d do; wallaby, 2s to 2I 10d do; black harness, 13d to 14d do; brown harness, up to Ils Gd per side; basils, 10s to 20s per doz.; or 7d to 15d per lb; rough tanned kan gnroo, Is tos 3d. - - Kangaroo Skins, &c.-We quote:-Kanga roo, 4d to id per lb; wallaby, 5d to 7d do ; opossum skins, anverage, 2s to 4s per do ; rabbit skins, Is to Is 9d do. Tallow.-We quote :-Beef, £33 to £34 per ton ; mutton, to £35 10s do; mixed, £38 to £34 15s do. Bark.--A :brtsk dem...
OUR OMEO LETTER. Wednesday, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882
OUR OYIEO LE FP'ER. (rO?InOUR OWN CORBESPONDENT.) Wednesday, May 17. On Monday night last. the stewards of the Omeo Racing Club met to decide the long pending protest against the winner of the Mlaiden Plate. The hon. secretary reported that through the courtesy of the sporting editor of the .alir.sldale Ardrertisor hle was enabled to place before them copies of that journal containing the programme and re sults of the Sarsfield races of 1881.. The hen. secretary of those races had written to him stating that the Hurry Scurry was'a otad. vertised, but on referring to tie paper pro duced, dated April 16, 1881, it would be found that the published programme did con tain that race, as follows: - Hfurry Scurry, sweepstakes, once round the course, catch weights, post entry." .Thie Adrertiser of the 23rd April, 1881 (produced) contained' the result of the races, in the report of which the following appeared :--"Hurry Scurry, of 2 sovs., once round the course-Mr. Calvert's Kepla 1, Mr. Cowe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882
Shire of l alrnsdlle. T ENDERS will be received until noon on 1 TmIUnDAY, thelsts day of June, for i. Draining and Forming on Paynesvillo road, between Messrs. Hoskins and Hough. town's properties. 2. Lowering Main Street, at M1itchell bridge approaches. 3. Forming on Eaigle Point road from the wharf to boundary of Western Riding. 4. Clearing, &c.,on hBengwordeareod, from The Rlidge to the State ,-leolhouce. 5. Gravelling Main Str., t ,vietw'en M'iMC. lanl Street and Buchanan Ssrect. ' I. Fresh tenders for improveoients to Wy .Yung road.at Dooley's Hill. 7. Fresh tenders for Gravelling 25 chains of the Sarsfield road at Lucknow Hill. Plans and specifientions can be seen at the Shire Office on and after Monday, the 22nd inst. -A deposit of 10 per cent. in cash or marked eheque must accompany each tender. H. BREDT, Shire Secretary. Ilairnsdale, 8th May, 1882. Shire ot Oulleo. NOTICE. TO CONTRACTORS. ALL Contractors are required to sign their contracts within 7 days from day of...
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. Messrs. DAL. CAMPBELL and Co. report:— [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. Me?ssrs. DAL. OAMPBIELL a1d Co. report : Store Cattle.-There is a good demand for this description of stock, and really good lots of 3 and 4-year-old bullocks meet a ready salc. .Store Sheep.-We have numerous inquiries for good young wethers both in Riverina and Victoria, also for ewes in lanmb in Riverina ; and now that the drought has broken up we expect a brisk business to be done in all des criptions of this stock. We would ask our friends to favor us with particulars of the sheep they will have for sale, delivery after shearing, as such are now being sought after. Stations.-We have sold (in conjunction with Messrs. Wilson Bros. and Co., of Bris bane) the Hamilton Downs station, in the Burke district, Queensland, containtng about. 310 square miles,, together with about 10,000 sheep, horses, plant, etc., to Mr. H. L. Con ran for the sum of £14,500.
BAIRNSDALE COUNTY COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 18TH. (Before His Honor Judge Nolan.) [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882
BAIIRNSDALE COUNTY COURIT. TIiURSDAY', MAY 18TH. (Before His Honor Judge Nolan.) Smallman v. Selk and tile Tambo Shire. When this ease was called on, Mr. Stuart for the Tnmbo Shire, rose and said he would, on behnit of the shire, consent "o a verdict being entered for £20, the shire having that amount due to Mr. Selk inl hand. Mr. Kelleher, for plaintiff, consenting, a verdict was entered for the amoant stated, without costs. FITZGERALD v. VOGr. Mr. Dwyer for plaintiff, Mr. Kelleher for defendant. A claim for £55 12s 10d work and labor clone. Mr. Dwyer, in opening the case, said it wa. one of those cascs which it was.hardly pleas ant to appear in, and though he would rathller not be mixed up in it,.having been retained for the plaintiff he would do his duty. The claim was for £55 12 10.d forwages due, and for his part the only defence that hIe coulhl possibly see swould bho that it was Ihard to raise the wsind to pay the cash due. Mr. Kelleher ohjected to his learnedfriend making su...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882
LO'ST, part of a Gold-Pencil CASE, be tween the Court House and the Club Hoteli 'F'idder pleas e ritir suime fat the W ANTED, 100 good 'Pick 'tiuddShovel 'V MEN for the. Tambo, Valley road worlks. Work will 'coditeiico ofit Monday; 29th inst. For particulars; 'etc-. 'aiply' to MOsEs WIiTE,,Coetractor. .Bairnsdale, 18th May, 1882. 15t --OREMAN required for new Hop Plan tatidn; Briagolong.: Apiply, with teso .timonials, to WV. FORBES, Briagolong. M ELBOURNE CASH-' STORE is a I . buyer of any 'quantity. of ,first-class IIONEY.-T. G. POTTaON. ' ?rTANTED, TEAMto'oload' for Dargo. 'V uItui ediat&o:'deE~n atuh.; lApply C. SwAN, Commercial Stores., - W 'ANTED BONES in any..quantity, delivered atP Uppe? Jetty, Clyde bank. 'Ap'ply F. H. GnAxr,i3Bairnsdale. TENDERS are invited for a-four-r~othed COTTAGE forH Mi.'Edivard Foley. ,For full;particulars apply to. MIr:.Thomas Swan, Architect. Tenders returnable by 3 p.m. on Saturday, the 20th inst. TENDERS required for Grubbing" ind Clearing...
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882
THIE US tI I~. I,1.U. ELEVEN IN 'rio first ntiti pite vd b)y the third through Eugllud, oenitot the Onford UniversTity, tvas relonll''lodel on Wednrs day, nadl resutt'ed in n great viotnrv for tilt) Aud tosizatt, tel doti iated their o pbonents by tt teiitts nd 1 tn. It will beI romrmberellrc~ l thast inl their Ifirs ot i) all1) puttoit for 18t), titty3 itatI to iollo'w their innings. In tlitlir ttA I to innings thel~cy Rc'a,.a'd '288~, or it Srta total 01 "199, lenving tilt' Aus~tra~l jR1 a 61 to get to win the match. This they s~" coeded in doing with the loss of 1 wic ket, and therefore won their first match by 1 run with 9 wickets to spare.
FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 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 10s. higher. Prime heavy bullocks made £13 to 15 guineas; second, £11 to £12 10s. ; good, £9 10s. to £10 10s.; best cows, £8 to £9. We sold 60 bul locks, from Holey Plain, to £10 17s. 6id.; 20 bullocks for Mlr. Joseph Hod dinott, Old Rosedale, averaging £11 1s. 9d.; 10 bullocks for Mr. J. Gellion at £9 ls.; 21 for Mr. A. Smith, Alexlen, bullocks averaging £9 16s. 4d., cows £6 5s.; 11 cows for Mr. 'E. Desnilly averaging £7 17s. Gd. ; 7 bullocks for AMr. W. WatL at £8; and 104 for Messrs. Fraser, Kreymborg, Rilitoul, Ml'Donald, M'Gratl, and Dunlop at fill market rates. Messrs. R. Gibsou and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-Another moderato supply yasrded, namely 1600 head, and demnau was brisk ndl all sorts were effected at an advance of 10s per hsad. '"ho coun try trade are now, forced to purchase here, local supplies being so siort. We quote prime b...
The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Saturday, May 20, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882
The Advertiser. PUBLISHIED EVERY TUESDAY, TIIUISDAY AND SATURDAY MIORNIG. ' Bairnsdale, Saturday, Mfay 20. 1882. WE have with pleasure noted, by recent issues of our Manaro contemporaries, that the New' South Wales Government have decided to extend the telegraph line from Blombala to Delegate, and our Bendoe correspondent confirms that in telligence in his letter published to-day. This is a worlk which we pressed upon the attention of the Government of the sister colony somle time ago as a suitable link for the new intercolonial line which is so requisite. As we then affirmed, the Manaro district is so intimately con nected with Worth Gippslnnd in business transactions with live stock that week by week speedy communicationl i ith the two points is becoming more and more necessary, and its want is weekly more keenly felt and made apparent. There are many occasions, when supplies are low or the market is glutted, that a messa3e seat to Manoro notifying either of these facts would be o...
OUR BENDOC LETTER. Wednesday, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882
OUR BENDOC LET'rER. (FROM OUR OWC COP.IESPODEINT.) Wednesday, May 10. After such a long silence, over which I had virtually, tino contiol, I must bring before your readers the doings at this place anrid the Monaro district generally. I may first state that winter is "upon us on. the table land, with its nights of heavy frosts, and it is cold enough for an early facl of snow.' We have had a good fall of rain, but niothitig like suf ficient to enable ploughing to proceed, and whathas fallen has of cburse come too late to be roy benefit to the grass, the growth of which will now b .retarded by the presence of 'Jack Frost. TThere is little or notbing even now to be said of poor Bendock, the Ultima Thule of Victoria, but I may mention that the Govern. ment, through the recommendation of Mr. Heowitt, P.M., appointed Mr. James Tipping a Justice of the Pence some time ago, and the people here find the benefit of that ap pointmcent in the readiness with which he is found to sign and attest d...
Latest Intelligence. MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, 19th May. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882
Latest Intelligence; [BY ELECrnIC TELEGRAPH ] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET Fridy; 19 thDiay. Messr's. Enlglish, Peck and- Co. re port:-Store cattle: .lMarket about same as last week; very few,in.. Good bul! locks L£ to £3 15s. cows -1 5s to?-l 2' Rosedale:bullocks'£3 12s. Fat cattle Market very brisk, and ever~cthing an:an advance of los; bullocks'£6 to £7 15e; cows from £2 6s to' £7 lU?,s;th&latter good. Messrs.A.; 'ILeans and Co. report: Moderate supply forward,. and;:_prices sho}ved an upward tendency. e o,sold fat bullocks, fair quality, to £7 10s; cowsa to £7 2s 6d; lot half-fet bullocks, .£5 18s; store bullocks, young, £315ss; vealers, 21s ; good cows, £2 10s.
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882
MINING NO TES. During the week a few of the share holders in the Tambo and Bairnsdale Gold Mining Company, went, according to agreement at the recent special meet ing, on a visit to the company's mine at Deptford to examine the ground and decide upon the best site for sinking the shaft proposed to be put down. After all due careful inspection a site was selected, and as the visiting company included experienced miners, there is every warrant that the best site has been selected. Tenders will be called at once for the work. The diaectors of the Bismarck Co;., Donnelly, declared a dividend last Mon day of 3s. per share, payable on the 22nd inst. The Great Success Quartz Mining, Company, ,No Liability, Nicholson River.-The manager reports Ibor the week ending the 19th inst --The con tractors for sinking main shallft have finished slabbing and erecting -ladde ways, also covered in the shaft with bark shed. Commenced sinking withs two shifts; sunk five feet during the week. Total depth f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882
A. Macarthur & Co., `CATTLE SALESMEN, (overnmuent Auctioneers, Valuators und Arbitrators, Ilininm, nuad Money Brokers, AND GENERAL COMJIESSION AGENTS. A UCTION SALES of CATTLE, - HORSES, PiCE. PRODUCE, LAND, &c., held every SATURDAY at our Yards in M'tillan-street, Barausnuas, at B2UTBCE the last Thursday in each month, and at SALE,'1ArFAnA 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 rhibald. Bairnsdale, Saturday, 20th May. MA "ACARTHUR and Co. are . favored with instructions from the owner to sell by auction, in'their yards, on aboveodate at 12 o'clock, A lot of Cows, with young calves ot foot And a lot of Springsng Heifers. - Terms at so'e. Bairnsdale, Saturday, O2th may. A TMACAR?THUR, and CO. are favored with instructions from the owner, Mrs. Allison, to sell by auction, in their rooms, on the above date, at 11 o'clock, 'A valuable Harmonium. 8 stops, suit...