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

Bairnsdale Club Hotel BAIRNSDALE. THIS superior Hotel affords superior accommodation for Tourists, Commer. cial gentlemen and Families. Visitors to the nakes can be sure of every convenience and information. Commodious Private Sitting Rooms. Commercial Room. Sample Rooms. Billiard Room. Hot and.Cold Baths. Good.Stabling. . Wines and Spirits, best quality. Conveyances meet all the steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Conveyarlces. COBB AND CO.'S Royal Mail Coaches. T EAVE Duggan's Hotel, Bairnsdale, for J Sale at 10 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted. Return fare, lus. T. DUGGAN, Agent. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. O'Reilly's Telegraph Line of Coaches, Rsoncing in connection with Cobb cJ Co., T AVE the booking office, Batt's Hotel. BAIRNSDALE, for BIIRUTHEN and in termediate places daily, Saturdays and-Sun days excepted, at 8 p.m., on mTival of coach from Sale. On Sundays at 10a.m. Fare, 5s; return, 7s Gd. The above line leave the booking- ffice, Star H...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, May 17. WILLIAM ADAMSON and Co. report:— [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882

I. ELIIOURIE DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, lMay 17. WILTLAir ADAMSo? and Co. report Dairy Produce.-Cheese.-Tho market con tinues native. especially for best qualities. Prime sortsrealihse 8d to 9d ; medium to good, 5jd to 71d; inferior lower. Potted Butter.-The market is very bare of prime sorts which reanise freely is Cd to Is 91d. On Friday we sold a few lots up to Is -I0d. Medium to good realised Is Id to Is Od.. Pastry sorts range from 6d to ls accord intg to condition. Fresh Butter.-The sear ci-ty of gross in the country prec'les the possibility of anything like a fair supply r-aching us, and good butter maintains its tirnmnes. Our best private dairies brought "? to Is 4d ; good ordnlinar printsand lumps Is 9d to 2s ; inferior qualities lower. Eggs.-Guaranteed weekly lots realised Is 11d to 2s Old. Itacon.-Wes quote l4ld to 7d for medium to primoe. liams.-W~e quote i at to Sdt Iloneo is in request from 4d for hush, to ali for best gartlolI. leeswnx,-Illuslh, 8Sd ; gardlen,, d toIn ...

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Commercial. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 20 May 1882

Commercial. MELBOURNE GIAIX MARKET. Wednesday, May 17. THE AUSTRALTANS GRItS ADi) PRODUCE COMPANY report : Breads;tufs.--Ts advent of the agricul tural statictics hans caused wheat to advance 7s Id to 7s-3d, the latter price being now the holders' price. Flour is firm at £15, and we report both flour and wheat as having an up wardl tendenv. Barley.--Tl e decrcnse of anreage and yield this year, as compared with last, has caused a mat:eial advance. Prime English is at Gs 2d ; Cape, 4s 7d to 4s Sd. Both descriptions are daily odvancing. Peans are in good demand at 4s 10d and 4s lld. - - _ Maize is nominal at ts 2d. Grass Seeds.-Very little doing, both Cocks foot and Rye Grass are dull of sale at 5d per poun ad and s 6d per bushel respectively.

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

DEATH. SANDFORD.-On the 16th inst., at Albury, N.S.W., Edward George Gregory Sandford, of Bairnsdale, solicitor, in his 30th year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 May 1882

Ihlre of lail?nsdale. TIENDERS will be received until noon on THU?rDAY, the 1st day of June, for 1. Draining and Forming on Paynesvillo road, between Messrs. Hoskins ned Hough ton's properties. 2. Lowering Main Street, at Mlitchell bridge approaches. 2. Forming on Engle Point road from the wharf to boundary of Western Itiding. 4. Clearing. ec., on Bengworden road, from The Ridge to the State .hloolhouse. 6. Gravelling Slain Str.. : 1'"tween M'Mil Inn Street and Buchanan Soeet. 6. Fresh tenders for improvements to WVy Yung road at Dooley's Hill. 7. Fresh tenders for Gravelling 25 chains of the Sarsfield road at Lucknow Hill. Plans and specifientions eoan be seen at the Shire Office on and after Monday, the 22nd inst. A delposit of 10 per cent. in cash or markcd cheque must accompany each tender. H. BREDT, Shire Secretary. Bairnsdale, 8th nay, 1882. hBlire of Onseo. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. A LL Contractors are required to sign their contracts within 7 days from day of meeting of the Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 May 1882

WANTED, 100 good Pick and Slahorel MEN for the Tambo Valley road works. Work will commence on Monday, 29th hinst. For particulars, etc., apply to MOSEs WHITE, Contractor. Bnirnsdalc, lSth May, 1882.. : * *' * . .L ; FOREMAN required for new Hop Plin - tation,Briagolong. Apply; with tes timonials;to WM. FonoES, Briagolong. r ELMOURT E CASIH STOME is a 1y. buyer of any quantdity of flrst-elass HONEY.-T. G. POTTO. . -.: -r WANTED, TEAM to load for Dhrgo. Ilsmediate despatch. 'Apply C. SwAN, Commercial Stores. W ANTED BONES i-ll any qflntity, *V delivered at Upper Jetty, Clyde bank.. Apply P. M. GIRANT, Bairnoimdalc. TENDERS WANTED, for-s supplying 1700 Eails and 850 Posts.and erecting a two-rail Fence near Swan Reaoch.. -Wholo or separate tenders will boe received. Thelio lowest or any tender not necessarily ac cepted. For particulars apply to A. Ross, Swan Reach. . ..... TENDERS wanted for splitting and carting 800 POSTS and 170O RAILS. Specifications to be seen at the.oflice of the B...

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Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 May 1882

Latest Intelligence. (B. ELECTRIO TCLEORAPH ] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Monday Nighlt: The Railway department continue to receive claims for compensatioii:, A. Webster, of Brighton, has sent ih' a claim for injuries received at Windsor in March last ; J. II. Knipe has issued a writ for £2000 for the same accident. Another claim has been sent in by Grerr, of Branxholme, for injuries alleged to have been sustained in the more recent collision at Tourello sta tion. The schooner Rachael Cohen from Queeoslsed arrived this moroeog. The captain iurormed the police that thel chief officer, John W~allace, had been stabbed by a French sailor, Henry Stroosbandt, and a warrant was issued and the man lodged in the lock-up. It appears that the schooner left Bal. liua on the 7th inst. On the 1Sth, swhen near Cape Howe, the mate was on deck with Stroonbandt and another of the crew hauling a jib down when Stroonbandt deliberately and without provocation or warning drew a lance sheath ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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EUROPEAN ITEMS. LONDON, MAY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 May 1882

EUROPEAN ITI'RS. LoNDON, MAY 18. Sir Julius Vogel is a passenger to Australia by the Orient Company's new steamer Austral. His object is to float the Australasian Elecric Lighting Company, with a capital of a quarter of a million. The new lighthouse erected on the Eddystone rocks, off the coast of Corn wall, to replace the famous Smeaton structure, has been opened, Sir Henry Parkes, the Premier of New South Wales, has been enter tained at breakfast by the United Kingdom Alliance. Two hundred members of Parliament, and other die tinguished gentlemen were present. Sir Henry Parkes, who met with a most cordial reception, stated that in New South Wales the new Licensing Act, in which the provisions for the control of the liquor trade were far more stringent than before, had proved very successful. Sir John Macdonald, the Premier of Canada, has announced that during the recess of the Dominion Parliament the Ministry will endeavour to negotiate commercial treaties with France and Spain, w...

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 May 1882

The schooners Glengarry and Muffr. ar rived in Melbourno yesterday. The former is now loading up for Bairnsdale and thie Lakes, and the latter is to b1e pliced on the slips to receive her annual overhaul. This, however, will' be ?ipeditiously carried out to enable the Maffra'to bo despatched for this port in the course of a few days.

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SALE MARKET REPORT. Monday, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 May 1882

SALE MARKET REPORT. Mlonday, May 22. Mcessrs. R. Guthridge and Co. report under date 20th May :-Fat Cattle. Market brisk; our sales were ocown, ;£4 12s. 6d. to £5 ; bulloclks, ££6 to £8 15s. Storei Cattle.-Fresh, and forward condition;.were in good demannd ; sales, 800 ;bullocks,!..C4; steers, £2 15s. Working. bulldcks, to £6 5s. Borses.-Medium a-id, 'bus enquired for, but noneaforwaiditliis week. Sheep. -TIi:n demand ; sales, 550 dves os. 61. Pigs,L-Fat, 3d. to 3Sd: per lb.;:'.i torbrl are low. 13 ':niother of tlie Gippsla dpioncers has been called awvay to join the great majority, Mr.l'Dcnii Welsh having cx pired at hisl residesd& !Fk li is-strcet, Biirisdalie on Sunday evening, aftor a short but painful atftak bfheart-lisense. Thi deceased gentlenmnu was formerly is selector nt Forge Orcekl bit'ihBbeen a residenit ofBnirnedale for a long time, and was 48 yearsof'nage nt the time of his deanthl. His fiheral will take plance to-day ;:: :. - / The;latest reports: from the ho...

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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, May 23, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 May 1882

T he Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORnvuoG. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, May 23, 18S2. NoTWITUSTAn.DOa that Parliament .has been in session a month, no public business has been transacted as yet. The electors have been subjected to the unpleasantness of knowing that many measures which it is of the utmost. importance should be brought forward and debated at once, have been laid aside while our legislators have been indulging in their periodical scramble for place, pay and power. That the Ministry are not popular, that they have collectively and individually mismanaged-to use no harsher term -theo departments of theState, and that they have shown themselves incom petent for their position and impotent to carry out their former programme except by the sufferance and with the assistance of former and hated foes, are indictments which we readily admit can be preferred, 5oid on which they should be sentenced. Until, however, parties are more organised, and until suc...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 May 1882

S'POIRTING NOTES. (BY AncIImanrs.) The match between Kepla and Mr. Burt's nomination takes place to-mor. row on the racecourse, and as it excites a good deal of interest and will be the means of drawing a good congregation together, I would advise all who have likely hacks for hurry scurries to take them to the course, as there will be sure to be one or two improvised hack races. The running high jump for £5 aside between Mr. O'Connor and Ruther. ford, will also take place to-morrow, and will he an extra inducement to pay a visit to the scene of contests. The partisans of both the competitors are sanguine, and good jumping will be the order of the day. Our footballers journey Salewards to-morrow to try conclusions with the Sale Football Club. I trust they will come back victorious. The following gentlemen will comprise the team: -Messrs. Ellermann, Gregory, Find. Icy (vice-captain), Bishop, Bailey, Quail, Loyou, Gordon (2), Brearloy, Morrison, Macarthur, Palmer, Davis, M'Namara, Smi...

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OUR OMEO LETTER. Friday, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 May 1882

01 1111 4ll MI' h I EIl~)~LI)· It. :~il~ ,1,111III r ` l ly dI~ llytln sl for I vll·),i ll an quartz claim at Dry Gully. He was outside his boundary and on my claim. Warned bhim off when he told ine to go away. I refused, when he jumped out of the slhaft and rushed furiously at mle, called me a liar, dealt me an openl box oil the face, anid said I was as ceain an feline farces. A mnte of plaintiff's cor roborated this evidence. For the defence it was sbown that plaintiff had annoyed defendant by continually conilng on to the claim and saying they were working on his grland. His temper overcame him when he was called a liar, and lihe struck him and mode reference to the cat with nr?grd to meanness. Tihe bench fined defendant 5s. M[rs. T'ie.mipsou appeared under the impressii n that her case against J. Pemdglase to maintain his illegitimate child would be heard. The police ex plained that Pendglase had been arrested liler war'rnllt at Walhlln'cl r Saturday lost, but had obtained banil...

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THIRD DAY. LONDON, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 May 1882

THf RD DAY. SLONDON, "MAY 20. The match na s concluded to-day, re sulting in a victory foi" the Australians by ani innings and 55. runs. SutsEx.-Second Innings. " TV. A. IBettesworthl, bowled.;;.;....;.;..;. 52 HT. R. Charlw-ool, owled ....................81 I[. P. Lunca, not ot...... ' . :.......... ... 54 ST'I'. Elits, ?awled ......... ........ a;.':.. ' . . J. Gtrentlhli ?lld, . t d ... ; iJ... :: ....;.. O I . t11. hiettlld, an t .. .. 0 A. 11. 'Irevor, Iwawlal....3.. :....,,. 3 Iluhlltreys, caught ... . :.. ,,,,.,,,,,.. \. I'vt le, Iwl ..t.... ,, '1 J. Lillywhite, HtlllailNE ......*;;;'i;;*.:; tI tnkl? an, hI.wedt ...... .4..... TSottrta8 ... ................ . Iritt nllntigs .... ... . ,;.... 5 't'otal....... . . ... ..,,.,,. . . 8 'lth Timts of this morning, in ca eonm inotatig onil the recent ntlatohs lin which th. .\tstrulittt oritgckieres have heasw on ,u dxI, hails with satisatct ttin the snc m'"s gminttmd , the i Atustattttllan as iing li ,ly t tli slllninm thl t lit t s...

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THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 May 1882

TIlE QUEEN'S .BIRTI) )AY. Tn-morrow (Wednesday) being the anniversary of the birth of Her Ma.jesty, Queen Victoria, will be ob served as a public holiday, and, as will be observed by the subjoined list of amusements to be provided in the various parts of this district, every op portunity will be fiforded all to enjoy themselves to their hearts' content. The anniversary which we will cole brato tomorrow, however, will be enterod upon with deeper interest and feeling than usually surrouunds this auspicious event, in eonsequence of the recent attempt on the lifo of our beloved Sovereign by a manine, And her providential escape. To.morrow, there fore, will be taken advantage of by her, loyal' suibjects:in many. parts of Aus. tralia to -publicly 'demonstrate their heartfelt joy at the trustration by a merciful Providence of the assassin's intention- and though we in Bairvni dale may not jo:n publi;cly together in such a demonstratioo, nor join in unitedly singing Tennyson's patriotic son...

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GAZETTE NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 May 1882

GAZETTE NOTI'ICATIHONS Wednesday (to-morrow), the Queen's Birth day, is ga.ette'l a pebilie holiday. New Poet Ollce.--Meerlie (Doughboy's F'at, via Stratford. "Couontv Couml Rules Amendrent.-The follow;ing rule comes into operation on the first day of June : The prmctitioner's costs, nad the charges and e::penses of service of a plaint sun',mons, shall be fixed ned assessed by the registrar. as nearly as can be ascer tained, and inserted in the p'aint summons, at the time of issue, but subject to suobsequent amendicent or nlteraiion, by increase or diminutuon, by the tegiseur, of the amount theeof, in accordance with thle nethorlsed costs ner charges actually paid or in curred ; before entering up jedgment or pay ment into court ; or at any time, at thedesire of either party, in case of a settlement out of court. Aplpoinntments.-Eldwin Jol n Johnson and Christopheir Lodscgers to be trustees for the Cemetlery reserve, Omten, ric, E. Selk and P'. A. AI'Quseen, ,who s have left the dis...

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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIANS V. COUNTY OF SUSSEX. London, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 May 1882

I'LIE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIANS V. COUNTY OF SUSSEX. London, May 18. A three-days' match between the Aus tralian Eleven and the County of Sussex was commenced to-day at Brighton, in the presence of a largo number of spec tators, but a great amount of interest is not at present being taken in the game by the general public. Thle weather was very fine, and the ground in good order, a capital wicket having been prepared for the match. The county team went first to the wickets, to the bowling of Spofforth and Palmer, and the idnings closed for a total of 95 runs, a result greatly due to the splendid bowling of Palmer and the good fielding of the Australians. The Australian captain sent Massie and A. Bannerman first to the wickets, and both batsmen speedily settled down to their work. The scoring was very rapid, Massie being particu larly hard on the bowling. He made 45, and'was then caught in the slips. Bannerman played a fine innings for 60, and was also caught behind t...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. JUSTICES' JUSTICE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 May 1882

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. JUSTICES' JUSTIOE. TO THE EDITOR OF TIHE ADVERTISER. Sir,-In your issue of to-day appears a re port of a "charge under the Abbatoirs Act." In it itis stated that a grehier finds a slaugh .teredibeast of his in the bush, that a portion of the animal has been taken away; a con . stable states that he found fresh beef, and a shin bone that fitted the carcase, at ahbut a few miles away from where the beast was killed. The owner of the hut, in reply to questions asked by the constable, first says he -bought the beef from a butcher named Lambourne; the question being repeated, he says he does not know-where it came from, but the boy does, and then cautions the boy not to answer any questions. The butcher, Lambourne, says, he has not sold fresh beef . to the acdused for nearly a month previously. The evidence plainly shows that a beast has been slaughtered in the bush, and that fresh beef, not accounted for, is found in a neigh. boring liut. The charge against the ...

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SECOND DAY. LONDON, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 May 1882

SECOND DAY. Lon?ox, May 19. The match was resumed to-day, when the Australians finished their innings for the brilliant total of 643. Murdoch, not out, put together 286, and only gave one chance in his innings. The following is the complete score : Murdoch, not out ............................. 286 Horsn, caught ............................l..... 1 .IlDonnell, bowled...................... 11 Blackbam, lbw................................ 27 Gffe, caught .................. .. 74 Jones, caught . ... ...... ..;... 5 Garreti, bowled j.............................. 9 Palmer, bowled .:...:.:..................... 28 Spofforth. caught, ............................ 8 Sunacris ................. .3..~;.;,..... 39 Total....................... . . 643 ··········:. . . ..~:·: =?,, ..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 May 1882

• ?. acartitiur & Co., µ CATTLE SALESMEN, Covernment Ailttioneers, Valuators and Arlbitrators, Minini nand Money Brokers, AND GENERAL COMIIlSSION AGENTS. AUCTION SAI.RS of CATTLE, HORSES PIC'". PRODUCE, LAND, &c., held every SATURDAY at our Yards in M'1Millan-street, BAtNSDnALe, at BUTrnzN the last Thursday in each month, and at SALE, IMArFaA and STRATFOnn hen commissioned to do so. Account Sales and cash proceeds paid over immediately sales are concluded. Our Agent at Bruthon is Mr. John Ar chibald. Bairnsdale, Saturday, 27th M~ay. O0 Bulloclis and 100 Cows from Cottage Creek, near HIanaro. S MACARTHUR and CO. hre A favored with instructinias from .Edward Shiels, Esq.,. of Cottage Creek, 'near Manaro, to sell by auction, in their yards, on the above date, at 12 o'clock, 50 first-class Bullocks 100 large-framed Cows :' All in good marketable condition. They will be sold in lots to suit buyers. Terms at sale.' Bairnsdale, Saturday, 27th May. 30 head of Horses fromt Om...

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