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Commercial. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882
Commercial. IHAIIISIDALE LIVE STOCK MA.\IRKET. Monday, May 25. Messrs. A. M?ACAlTIIrItt and Co. rOlmot : We had a very satisfactory day's sale in ourn yards on Saturday. 'The attendance of Ihys.rs was Il'ger tlhan haIs been the case for months past, andl had there been msore stockl forward no dilliculty would Ilavo been experienced in clearing them ot the same averages ao thosle yarded. Ws had several pens of fat cattle, all of which found ready sale; also steers in forward condition. We sold ler. J. Morrison's fat cows-cows, light weights, at f4 17s, othler lots £4 to £4 10s and .£ 15st; the Nibbaul steera readily fetched I., (they wero small), milch cows, with young calves at foot, sold very woll. We had a number in, and sold everything except two Iherad at from £4 to £4 15s. Store bullocks and cows were in quired for, and dissatisfaction was exn pressed at the mobs we had advertised not being forward. Thie late rains have given a good tone to thle store cattle market. HIorses.-We...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882
W? ANTED, 100 good Pick and Shovel MEN for the Tambo Valley road works. Work will comrence on Mlondany, 29th, ilnst. For pariculars, etc., apply to MOSES WHIITE, Contractor. Dairnsdale, 1Sth Lay, 1S32. ORE' IAN required for now Hop Plan J tntion, Bringolong. Apply, with tes timonials, to Wr. FoRnES, Briagolong. ENCING.-To proceed to the Snowy Iiver at once, a good MAN. Plenty of work. Apply office of this paper. IELBOURNE CASH STORE is a buyer of any quantity of firot-class UONEY.-T. G. POTTON. T"TANTED, TEAM to load for Dnargo. S Imomediate despatch. Apply C. SwAN, Commercial Stores. T a?ITAED BONES in any quantity. V V delivrcd at Upper Jetty, Clyde bank. Apply F. il. GANAT, Bairnsdale. TENDERIS wanted for splitting and carting 800 POSTS and 1750 RAILS. Specifications to be seen at the office of the BAinrNDALE AnDVERTIaBER. Nehool flistrict, /o. 7?9. The Shire of Bairnsedale, Central Riding. A VACANCY having oeeurred in the Board of Advice of thle above School District, notice is ...
SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882
SHIPPING NEWS. The Government steamer Mystery, to take the place of the Octopus in tho Gippsland Lakes in connection with the dredge Wombat, arrived off the En trance yesterday, and crossed tihe bar at 4.50 p.m. The Pretty Jane was still inside the Entrance last night. Mr. Brown, the Melbourne agent of the Lake's Shipping Company, has chartered the Martha for the Lakes' trade, and thile Maffra will be leading in Melbourne for tile Lakes during the week.
BAIRNSDALE POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882
B2?IBIRNSDALE POST OFFICE. Hua M CLOSE For Emu Vale, Fernbank, Stratford, Sale and Mcelbourneo, daily (Sundays excepted) at 0.30 n.m. Letters bearing additional two penny stamp taken to .AL am. For Buchan, Bendoc and Delegate, every Friday at 8 p.m. For Ensay, Swift's Creek, Onmeo and Tongie, every Monday, \VWednesday and Friday at 8 p.m. For Sarsfield and Bruthlen, svery Mon day, Wednesday and Friday at 8 p.m. For Cunningham, every Monday, Wed and Friday at 8 p m. For Tambo and Nicholson Punts, Swan Reach and Metung, every Monday, Wed nesday and Friday at 8 p.m. For Coongulnerang (Lindenow Flat) every Tnesday. Thursday and Saturday at 9.30 a.m. For Bulumwaal (Boggy Creek) every Saturday at 8 a.m. For Toonallook (Newland's Backwater) WVednesday and Saturday at 0.30 a.m. For Noewmorella and Orbost (Snowy River), every Friday at8 p.m. Hours of Attendance-Post offic, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Money-order office, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturdays 10 a.m. to 12 noon; Tele gmraph office, 8.30 a.m. 8 p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882
Shire of Iutlrnsdale. T ENDERS will be received until noon on THUISoDAY, the Ist day of June, for 1. Draining and Forming on Paynesville road, between Mcssrs. lIoskins ar.d lough ton's properties. 2. Lowering Malin Street, at Miitchcllbridge approaches. 3. Forming on Eagle Point road from the wharf to boundary of Western Riding. 4. Clearing, &c., on iengworden road, from Tho Ridge to the Steil. .vhoolhoose. 5. Gravelling M?ain Str t between MI'Iil lan Street and Buchanan Ssreet. 6. Fresh tenders for improvement to Wy Yung road at Dooley's Hill. 7. Fresh tenders for Gravelling 25 chains of the SarsBeld road at Lucknow Hill. Plans and specifications can he seen at the Shire Office on and after MIonday, the 22rnd inst. A deposit of 10 per cent. in cash or marked oheqnue must necompany each tender. RI. BREDT, Shire Secretary. Bairnsdale, 8th May, 1882. Whlr'e ot'Omeo. NOTICE TO CO'NTRACTORS. ALL Contractors are required to sign their contracts within 7 dayse from day of meeting ...
Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882
Latest Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIO TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN COIRRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, M onday Night. John WVallace, the mate of the barque Rachael Cohen, who was stabbed at sea by the Frenchman, Henry Stroonbandt, has died of Iris wounds. Stroonbandt is now in custody, and charged withll maliciously wounding, but he will be charged with murder. There was a railway accident at Sun bury on Saturday. It appears thlat during the morning a truck ran oilff the rails and obstructed the lilne, and before tihe repairs were effected a special trainl convcying the members of the Sandhurst brigade from Melbourneo arrived. The driver, disregarding tie danger signals, ran into tile sltatico at the usual speed, and tile cngine and two carriages were thrown off the lint.. The fireman of the engine was thrown between tile rails and rather severely shaken. Tile passengers were alarmed and jumped through the windows. The springs of the engine were broken, and the front wheel bent. Another engine'was...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882
SPORT''ING NOTES. (UY AnOnIaEDES.) There baing no quorumn at tile meeting of the committee of the Bairnsdalle Roc ing Club, which had been convened for Saturday, the President adjourned the meeting till that day fortnight, the 10th of June, to be held at Burt's Mitchell Hotel at three p.m. The disciples of Izaae Walton will be glad to learn that there is still good fishing in the DMitchell and Baclcvwater. A day or two ago, one of our most pro ficient tnights of the rod grassed a nice lot of perch-quite a treat now, consider ing the short supply in this town from the Laltes. I forgot to mentiln in my last notes that tihe Messrs. Hill, Boully and Hunter, the latter gentlemen being visi tors, had a capital afternoon's quail shooting, and bagged sixteen brace. Quail have been pretty plentiful around Bairnsdale this season. Our footballers are not over pleased at the reception accorded them on their recent visit to Sale. No one met thlem on thleir arrival, and tlhere were none of the Sa...
AZOTUREA IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882
AZOTUREA IN HORSES. This diseaso Is of common occurrence in Afel bourne and otber lrgo cities, anl seemsn to be more prealont tlhan formerly. We frequently hoar of it spe h'of ia bidnoydisaoe, osprhin of the loins, and various otlier names; but it is now known and described as azoturea in Great Britain. Vell-fcd working hones a re most fre quently aiffected, and toe dioese genteraelly comes on after the horse oas had a fov days' rest. Whoa t?rmnlt out for work til horso may ap aeroetly be in tOhe best of health and spirits, ani commence ajourney in irturate style: indeed, it is a cfmoa tatinda to lar a person say, "hoe never eawont better in his life," but before te aos aeomplishloed more tonu a mile or two hlie bogins to showll signs of distress. SyPtopes -Tihe first indication of tte dlsear? that walt probably be observed Is that the boroe begins to be uuasallty fidgety, and breobs out into a profuse ~oerspirotton, followed by sluggish nes and a stiff gait, with less of pooer ia t...
THE OLD MAN'S GHOST. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882
THE OLD HAN'S GHOST. Several days ago n celcbrotcd opirtuanlist camo to Little Rock. and stated that heforo giving a ptublic otertlnoodt I to aould give a oaaceo rlerea any number at a alnll invited circle could cdal op thio spirits of thoir friends and converso witlhtlletn. Dt mtetky, a maon Rolo dona the river wos admitted, a man whosm rputation for deeds of volecnce woold not pltac Ihis spirit above par in tre oul 1:Jerkoe. After liotealog eaidlo to rappiug, horn-lowlaing, and goes veil mntaralotistio. tOtt had man rooe and said: "Say, Cop'n, wher's tile old man's ghost?" " What old man?" asked th1e mediom. "ly old man, ti goevernor. Call him up." " Whnat is ia nameo" "Tom Bealick; call him up." "I don't think nwe are in communication with him tco-eiht." "Whiato tle matter l-wire down ?" " No, tile old gentlemaon isolon a visit." " Now, boret juot shot up your wardrobh and turn on your h·ht. If you don't give the old man's gilost a sllow, tile tilring sllanrt rNu.' "IWoit; I'll s...
SALE MARKET REPORT. Monday, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882
SALE MARKET REPORT. 1 Monday, May 29. Messrs. R. Guthridge and Co. report: -Cat Cattle.-Brisk market and further rise. Sales-Cows, £4 10s to £7 2s Gd; hullocks, £6; vealers, 18s to 35s. Store Cattle.-Goodl demand. Fresh cattle forward commission, bullocks £83 1s to £4 ls ; cows, £1 15s to £2 Gs. Horses. - Good demand. 'Bus and dranghts, £12 to £32. Fat Sheep.-Brisk sales ; we sold 800 cross breds ewes to 18s ; Omeo ewes, 5s and Gs; wethler, 6s. Fat Pigs.--Sd to 4d per lb; stores dull, yards moderately supplied, bacons, to 36s; porkers, to 18s.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882
Thorn wos a young man of Tonquay, Who went out one night on the sprusny, Ho said his head iched, And next morn when ho wokhed. Oh! grrcious I he scarcly could suny. Tau VIoLore FOR GIRLS.-A Correspondont writes to the Queen: I do not know whethor it made much waoy in to e prorinces, of shlireh my erquolntunntc ond experooero ur nmoull, buttin nd sbJit London for twonty taltt round rthrn is Inordly a largo family, blrssrd with an averogu endowment of girlst t which one of thom is not larningor destined to learn tite violin. I sven attrodtho prcires of cocerts given by many amateur nnasical societies ist ad around London, not generally find young ladies ounoug the ranks of tri violin playners. On all sides there Is sbun dnnt evidrnco thnt thie movement Is general and strmng. The violin dealers and mnastes tell tOe same story, and I cannot doubt that ten yeors tsenso tise violin will bo far morn common In thte Lands of young ladies than It over was in fortuer tays amoog their fathers a...
OUR TAMBO CROSSING LETTER. Saturday, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882
OUR TAMBO CROSSING LETTER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) &nbsp; Saturday, May 27. I am very pleased to say that Mr. Furniss, of Sale, who has just been up with Mr. Polick to inspect his reef on the Haunted Stream, expresses himself highly satisfied with the prospects. He got some very goodlooking specimens, and though specimens do not always prove reliable they are a pretty good in- dication that there is gold thereabouts, while the formation and character of the country are such as to encourage an ex perienced miner to thoroughly test the ground. Messrs. Polick and Brodribb's claim is, I believe, the first reef opened on the Haunted Stream, and as it ex tends over a distance of more than thirty miles from its junction with the Tambo to the ranges near Omeo, and has had some good patches of alluvial gold it is probable that more reefs will yet be discovered. The great difficulty in prospecting on the Haunted is the badness of the track. The stream has to be crossed from 16 t...
GAZETTE NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 June 1882
GAL"EI E' NOTIFICATIONS, The following gentlemen lhavn beern ap pointed Electoral Registrars and Deputy Electorol Registrars :-W. L. Bolton, Strat fonrd; HIT. Sutton, Banirnsodnle J. Tipping, Bendoc; F. C. Hunter, Bulgobncek; J. O'Dell, Omno ; J. B. Kelly, Durgo; K. Harrison, Grant. Leaso Approved. - Thomas Worcester, Ilinnomunjie. Transfers.-Geo. Cain to Edw?ard Desailly, grazier, Fernbank, 237a 3r 35p, Coongulme rang ; A. E. Otter to O. James, Of. Ridgonwany, Lake Victorin, 31xa, lairnsdol aond Goon Ntre; A. Freeman to E. Johnson, !281n, mbherrab.
FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 June 1882
FLEiI1GTON CATTLE SALES. Weduesday, May 31. Messrs. Dal. Campbell and Co. report: -Fat Cattle.-1700 yarded, about half good and useful, with a few prime. Saleqs opened briskly and aInst week's prices were fully maintained throughout, closing firm. Best pens bullocks mado £11 10s to £13 15is, best pens cows £8S to £9. We sold 100 bullocks for Mr. Baker, from Kilhuany Park; 21 bul locks for Mr. Thotmpson, Clydebank, aceraging £-9 Is; 19 bullocks for MIr. Iloddinott, Old Rlosedale, averaging £9 Is; 11 bullocks for Mir. Ilownaiu, Tlhe Ridge; 12 for Mr. T. hiintoul; 7 for Mr. 1. Kreymborg ; and small lots for other owners. Mecsrs. 1. 1Gibson and Co. report : Vat Csattle,--1700 yanrdeld, whlich was ,not .-utlehunt th r requirements. T'ho ldelndl wa5S gcool especially for Iost lcscrilptions, atl priees agaiut shmow fur ther hipto\'tettett. We qItote pritte jitsll st" bullotlts, from £12I ts £.18 l, ; cotd,.t '0 to Its fI others at lpsoplor titettt roatet. WVt, sold wt5 hrad ts. Fat Sh1 p-I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 June 1882
Shire of IBilrnsdale. ErENDEIRS will be received until noon on 1_ THUtRSDAY, the 1st day of June, for 1. Draining and Forming on Paynesville road, between Messrs. Hoskins and Hough. ton's properties. 2. ,owering Main Street, at Mitchell bridge approaches. 3. Forming on ERile Point road from th( wharf to boundary of Western Riding. 4. Clearing, &c., on cengwordeo road, from The lidgg to tihe State -Ilonholb so. Ii. Gravelling Main Stre. t between MiMili Ian Street and Buchanan Ssreet. ' G. Fresh tenders for improvements to WV) .Yung road at Dooley's Hill. 7. Fresh tenders for Gravelling 25 chaini of the Sarsfield road at Lucknow Hill. Plans and specifications can be seen at th( Shire Office on and after Monday, the 22nd inst. A deposit of 10 per cent. in cash or narked cheque must accompany each tender. H. BREDT, Slhire Secretary. Bairnsdale, 8thl May, 1882. 8hlire of Onaeo. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. ALL Contractors are required to sign their contracts within 7 days from day of ...
CROWN LANDS SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 June 1882
CROWN LANDS SALE. A sale of Crown lands took place at the rooms of Messrs. A. Macarthur and Co. on Tuesday morning. They were chiefly in the neighborhood of Metung, and they realised very fair prices. Par ticulars follow: At Metung: Lots 1 to 3, no offer; lot 4, 2a 3r, I. A. Pattelson, £9 12s 6d; lot 5, 2a Ir 8p, Jas. Moorhouse, £8 ]s; lot 6, In 4r 17p, W. E. King, £8 is Gd; lot 7, sla r 17p, W. E. King, £9 7s 7d; lot 8, la 3r 17p, V. E. King, £6 10s: lot 9, la Sr 17p, H. M. James, £6 10s; lot 10, 2a Ir 5p, C. James, £7 19s 9d; lot 11, 4a 2r 5p. Arch. Brown, £15 17s Sd; lot 12, 5a Or 7p, Arch. Brown, £19 13s 6d; lot 13, 5a Or 14p, E. A. At kyns, £17 16s 2d; lot 14, no offer; lot 15, 5a Or 26p Jns. Taylor, £23 15s; lots 16; 17 and 18, no offer; lot 19, 4a 2r 10p, Richard Ashton Poole, £15 19s 5d; lot 20, withdrawn; lot 21, na 2r 19p, John King, £12 13s 4d; lot 22, 2a 2r 30p, John King, £9 8s 2d; lot 28, sla r 8p, John King, £6 5s 7d. On the Genoa River, adjoining W. Allen's holding: ...