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LOCAL PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 June 1882
LOCAL PUBLIC WORKS. Among the estimates published in ycsterday's Argus, in anticipation of Sir Bryan O'Loghlen's Budget speech, we fnd the following: Goods shed and extension of wharf, ltairns dale, £500. Towards construction of road from Bairns dale to Omeo, by Tambo Valley, £2500. To assist the Bairnsdale Shire Council in making the main Dargo roads to shire boun. dary, conditionally that the council spend a like amount, £200. To assist the Avon Shire Council in making that portion of the Insolvent Track within the shire boundary, conditionally that £250 bo locally subscribed and capended by the council, £-. To assist the Bairnsdale Shire Council in improving the main roadt from Bairnsdale to Gee's, leading to the Dargo goldfields, condi. tionally that the council expend a like amount, £500.
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 June 1882
MINING -NOTES. The Victoria Company, Deptford, have broken through from tunnel to wince, and in a.week will have plenty of stone for crushing, provided this late rain has given them plenty of water. Williamson's No. 1 North Victoria. -Contractors have just finished, bring ing shaft to 100 feet. At the Tambo Company's claim we hear that two wages men are to be put on next week to clear out old shaft and get out stone for crushing. NEW 000G ) O1101E CO., ORANT. The half-yearly meeting of this com pany was held in Sale on Monday even ing. The report and balance-sheet were rend and received. The directors reported as follows:-" Gentlemen, Your directors beg to report for tihe half-year ending 15th May, that work has been carried on continuously since last meeting, with the view of opening up the mine and endeavoring to strike the shoot of gold left in the upper work ings. Not tinding any large quantity of payable stone in the lower level to the west, a rise was put. up from the western ...
EUROPEAN ITEMS. LONDON, MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 June 1882
EUIOPEdAN ITEMIS. LoNnoNN, MIY 29. The generals of the *gyptian army have openly insulted tile Khedive in his capacity of Commander-in-Chief. Be tween the threats of the army and the menacing attitude of the allied powers, the Khedive is completely terroisud. A continual state of alarm is felt at Cairo and throughiout the whole of the country, in consequence of tile present crisis, and anua.chy genera'ly prevails. Yiel!ding to tihe prayers of tile NTotables and the thrents held out by tile military officers, the Khedive has reinstnted Arabi Pasha in his position of Minister of War. This step on the part of his Hliglhness is cons:dered as being likely to lead to additional complications. The Sultan is ahout to despatch a special Turkish commission to Egypt. It is believed that the Porte, while de siring to intervene and to aid and coun sel the lKhedive, is secretly supporting the military in tile position they have assumed. The moonlight bands are committing fresh crimes in Irelhnd. ...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 June 1882
GENERAL NEWS. A widow at Derwert .Jacks has been fined £5, or a month's imprisonment, for neglecting to remove the V.R. from her house, it not being a post-office. Neglecting to pay the fine, she has been arrested. According to the Geelong Advertiser the assertion that gold has been found at the Gollibrand River, in tile Otway Ranges, has induced a niumber of miners from the Ballarat district to pay a visit to the locality, with a view of testing the ground. At present there is nothing to justify. any attempt at a mining rush. A Melbourae publican has been fined 20s., with £2 2s. costs, for mixing JDKZ with his schnapps. Saturday, the 3rd of June, will be the forty-seventh anniversary of 'the d.y when John Batman pulled in his whale boat up' the Yarra and landed where the city of Melbourne now stands. The re mains" of Batman are buried in-the Old Melbourne Cemetery, but bithel to no memorial has been erected over his grave. Some time ago a public meet ing was held, at which a resolu...
CHINAMAN SHOT BY HIS WIFE. SYDNEY, 29th May. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 June 1882
WIFE. SviiserY, 29th May. At the inquest onx the body of the Chinalian murdered by his wilts at MIeroo, the jury returned a verdict of guilty, and the widow was committed for trial for wilful murder. The noman alleges that her husband, the Chinamai , was on the poilnt of cutting her mother's throat when slohe sired her father's null and lired it at her hushald, who tdll dead. Iher im.ther .gae similar e?i hdece, but ith s i-tr of th, a?eused de posed that she an? hter motioher w'eres out side' the hotl when tho shot ses tirsed, The ,vide?eo of lr, lhioler also poinhi d to the hitprihahitIiIv of tle tstaItiient taude for thei defeiess, 'thi Chiiutttiai' corpse was partly burned during Satur day night, in the new but built by Davis, the father of the accused. The but wsa burned to the ground. It is supposed to have been set on fire by Chinamen, in order to avenge the death of their coun tryman.
Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Wednesday, Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 June 1882
Latest Intelligence. rBY ELECTRIO TELEGRAPI ] (FnOt OURn OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. ,A man named Thomas Montague was sentenced to three months' inmprisonment this morning for passing a spurious sovereign. A Russian sailor named Martin Anderson was sentenced to three months' for stabbing another sailor named Frank Lung on the Queen's wharf on Sunday last. A batch of pugilists, including two Joseph Walshs and Isaac Bitton, be tween whom a prize fight had been arranged, were charged at the Police Court to-day with vagrancy and re manded. It is stated that two of the members of Parliament who signed the Victorian address to the Irish peolple, the text of which was lately published in the Age, did so without a knowledge of its con tents. They state that the writer of the address far exceeded the instruction and intention of the Grattan Centenary Com mittee, by whose authority the address was sent. In the Assembly Mr. Patterson asked the Premier if he intended to take...
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 June 1882
THilE AUS'TRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENG LAND). Theo Australian cricketers commenced their fifth miatch on Itlondny against eleven of Cambridge University at Cam bridge. The weather was fine, and they were well received. The Australians having won the toss elected to go in, Massie and Bannermann being their first representntivee. They commenced by making an excellent stand, and 60 runs had been put together before they were separated. The innings closed for 139 runs-a small score considering that the ground was in excellent order and a first-class wicket pitched. The bowling of the University men was very good, and it was impossible for the Aus tralians to take liberties with it. The fielding of the home team was also ex cellent, and wsas frequently applauded. The following is the score : AusTnaAxIANs.-First innings. lMassie, caught ...... ........ 37 Bannermann, bowled ............ .50 Murdoch, caught ..............* ... : 1 Horan, caught ........................ 8 MI'Donnell, caught .........
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 June 1882
C.'' .'Sc;rie r; rlll3o.I CATT, /E SALES 1IEN, 4overnment nuctionleers, Valuators and Arbitrators, alining anld Money Brokers, AND GENERItAI COMMIJISION AGENTS. AUCTION SALES of CATTLE, HORSES, PIG-. PRODUCE, LAND, &c., held every SATURDAY at our Yards in IL'Mlillan-street, BAIrNSnDALn , at BauvaIN the last Thursday in each month, and at SALE, MAFFAA and STRATFORD when commissioned to do so. Account Sales and cash proceeds paid , ver immediately sales are concluded. Our Agent at Bruthen is Mr. John Ar chibald. Bairnsdale, Saturday, 3rd June. Store Cows. Store Cows, A MAOARTHUR and CO. are " favored with instructions from E. Shiels, Esq., of Manaro, to sell by anction, at their yards, on above date, at 12 o'clock, 100 Splendid Store Cows, in fine order and condition. Saturday, 10th June. LanId at Coolgullnerall. A MAOARTHUR and Cr. are . favored with instructions from Adam Johnston, Esq., to sell by auction, on an early date, A number of -anore Allotments front ing the Main r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 June 1882
Bairnsdale Club Hotel BAIRNSDALE. HIS' superior Hotel affords superior accommodation for Tourists, Commer cial gentlemen and Families. Visitors to the ,akes 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. Convoyances meet all the steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Conveysances. COBB AND CO.'S Royal Mail Coaches. L EAVE Duggan's iotel, Bairnsdale, for Sale at 10 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted. Return fare, 155. T. DUGGAN, Agent. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. O'Reilly's Telegraph Line of Coaches, Running in connection with Cobb 4. Co., L EAVE the booking office, Batt's Hotel, BAIRNSDALE, for BRUTIIEN and in termediate places daily, Saturdays and Seun dayas exepted, at 8 p.m., on arrival of coach from Sale. On Sundays at 10 a.m. Fare, 6s; return, 7s Gd. The above line leave the booking otfice, Star Hot...
BAIRNSDALE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 30. (Before Messrs. W. G. Brown and Dr. Morrison, Js.P.) ISSUING VALUELESS CHEQUES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 June 1882
BAI RNSDALE POLICE COURI'. TUESDAY, MAY 30. (Before Messrs. W. G. Brown and Dr. Nlorrison, Js.P.) ISSUING VALUELESS CHEQUES. Thomas R. Cornellan was brought up on remand charged with the above offence. Sergeant Goodenough repre sented the police for the prosecution. He said there were two charges relating to Bruthen. He had also information of a similar offence at Traralgon, to which place it would be necessary to ask for a remand after the local cases were dealt with. The Bruthen charges were for passing valueless cheques, one on Robert O'Reilly, of the Star Hotel, and another on J. M'Donald, of the Bruthen Inn. The latter case he was unable to proceed with at once, as the constable liad not arrived with the cheque, but he would be there in the course of the day. Prisoner pleaded guilty. Robert O'Reilly deposed that lie was an hotelkeeper at Bruthen. He knew the accused through meeting him there on the 16th of May, when he came to witness' house. On that occasion wit ness served hi...
The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Thursday, June 1, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 June 1882
The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVEI:Y TUESDAY. THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNIxNG. Bairnsdale, Thursday, June 1, 882. Fon some time. past complaints have reached u3 from various quarters respect ing the wanton and illegal destruction of young wattle trees for their bark.' In season and out of season, it seems, the stripping goes on all the same, irrespec tive of the laws in such case provided, the time of year, or the diameter of the trees. The licenses, which only last one season, expired in the middle of January, and yet we are confidently assured that this wasteful destruction is going on over a widespread area at the present moment, while the stocks of mature bark in the .market have become so low as to cause considerable incon venience to traders, and even tile local tanners have almost come to a full stop owing to the absence of suppl:es. Though the price of the article has gone up enormously, the profits of those per sons whose business lies in that ditee tion are not so great, owing ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 June 1882
W ANTED, situation for a BOY. 10 years old, to license from Reformatory until 0th April, 1883. Apply Crown Lands Bailiff, Omeo. T"'ANTED, 100 good Pick and Shovel 31EN for the Tnmbo.Valley road works. Work will commence on Monday, 29th inst. For particulars, etc., apply to MOSES WI ITE, Contractor. ftirnsdale, 18th May, 1882. 1OREMAN required for new Hop Plan t tation, Briagolong. Apply, with tes timonials, to War. FoRns,'Bhnagolong. j\FENCING.-To proceed to the. Snowy ' iver at once, a good MAN. Plenty of work. Apply office of this paper. - RKELBOURNE CASMH'STORE"tis -a 1 buyer of any quantity of first-class HONEY.-T. G. POTTON. W ANTED. TEAM to load for Dargo. I Immediate- despatch. Apply C. SwAN, Commercial Stores. - W?ANTED BONES in any asno tity, Sdelivered at Upper Jetty, Clyde bank. Apply F. Hi. GnANT, Bairnsdale. lRfoard and Ilesidence for Gentllteosen, AT RESEDA COTTAGE, Nicholson street, a few minutes' walk from the Post-office. - LOST, from the Entire Paddock, and gone ov...
FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 3 June 1882
FLEMINGTON OATTLE SAI3lES) ., T W idnesday, May 31. M sr Dal. Campbell and Co. report: -Fat Cattl. "170' ydarded' about half good and useful; with a few prinioer Sales opened briskly and last* week's prices were fully maintained thronghouot closing 'firm; Best pens btillocks mnidet £11 10s to £13 15s, best pens cows £8 'to' £9. We sold 100 bullocks for? r. Baker, froum K1lmaany Park ; 21 bul dlot:ads for LMr, ŽTliorpspoih; Clydebank, averaging. £9g3st; 19 bullocks for ?ir. j Hoddinott, Old Rosedale, averaging £9'1 s ; '11 bullodks for MIr. Bowman, Tihe Ridge ; 12 for Mr. T. Riitoul ; 7 for Mr. B. Kreyniborg ; ind 'small lots for other owners.
MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 3 June 1882
MAFFIRACATTLE MARKET. J Frida, June o ,, Mcessrs. A. 3MLcan,and,Co. report : Large supply forward ; bidding brijsk with, a decided' idipcvement in prices. We sold fat bullibo ;fliglJt?tieigts 'and inferior qualitj,,to £6 15's; cows,t'td £5 7s Gd.; tbrbr bullocks; from £3 16s to £4'14s; les,'s:o'£2 lls. Mfes'rs.'"E~ lid?hl 'PeI and Co.re port :-Store Cattle.-General reactionl sct, in, and priced ups fully lOs ; Crisp's bu?ckes,. 3 i?i to £37''1 ;7 cows,.l£1 16s to £1 17s helifers, '£1'i i3 quaros ,XTi bdllodIs .£d3 .2sa; steers,, £3 2s :cows, £2 to£2-l'1s ; 'lbfiis £1 12s. Fat Cattle. '-Aarket very brisk, niid no 'really';fat: snts forward" halffat bullbocks, £5 sn to£6 1is.
THIRD DAY. LONDON, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 3 June 1882
L 0 b o,.Ma1 81. The mnatch was concluded to-day in. favor of Cambridge. The Australians with 212 runs for- the loss of six menl went again to the wickets, and closed the innings for an total of 291 runs, leaving the home team 165 runs to win. The University men then went in, J. EB K. Studd and G. B. Studd being the first representatives. Both of them played with great freedom, runs being made rapidly, and nearly 100 had been put together before they were separated. The Australian bowling was a good deal punished, Giffen being the only one who puzzled the batsman. .,The follow ing is the score : Palmer, caught ....;.......:..!......: 35 Boylc, not out............:....;......... R9 Garrett. caught.'...................... '16 Spofforth, stumped...... ..:......? 10" Sundries .............. .....-. 14 Total. .....91 CO.mrnnIoa;' Second innings.,~; J. E. K. Studd; b6wled.........:. 66 G. B. Studd, caught ....4..-....... 48 Maynard, caughlt C. T; Studd, not out ...... ;.:... 17 C. W. Wrig...
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. SECOND DAY. LONDON MAY 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 3 June 1882
THIE AUSTRALIAA1 .LEVEN IN ENrlAND. SECOND .DAY. LONDON MAY 80. The match was "continued at Cam ,bridgc to-day in the presence of an enoSi mous number of spectuatnis: The weather was again very .fne. ile. University team resumed tlhir first innings, Bather and C. T. Studd, the not-out men of yesterday, going again to the wickets. The former only, added four to his score when he was bowled for 24: H;s partner continued to bat brilliantly, and was only disposed of towards the close of the innings' for 118 runs. The only other man who mande agood stand wan P. J. I:onery, who was bowled for 21. Para vicini, their Eton captain, was bowled almost the first ball. The innings closed for 226 runs, or 127 in advance of the Australians. Palmer was the most successful of the bowlers, securing'six wickets for 65 runs. Garret was less fortunate, 74 runs being made off his bowling for one wicket only. The Aus tralians in their second innings again sent in Bannerman and Massio, both of whom played ...
BRUTHEN. Friday, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 3 June 1882
111 UPilk EN. S 'ri? ln , .lkun ,. coun il y't, rdit y, >llh tlit'l''hnt ?t?l '. out i lit i 1twr 'n Olto shires III litirmstinli ItIIHml io w Is Itlit d I TlI oI lit, tion of tI:,, uchnn ro.id ; ,.'lft 6vei"'! till next ine ting.. l'dinder, were:foc-l cepted for c tting on Omeo road, and tenders are td be called for clearing the road from Cu ninghamo to Newmernlla.
Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Friday, Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 3 June 1882
Latest ITielligene., .[BY, ELECRIC: TELEGOLPH ] (FRo3O OUR OW1 CORRESPONDE2T.) MELBOURNE, Friday Night. The School Boards of Advice in the Ballarat District have declared in favor of bible-reading in the State schools. A carter, named Writkins, was fined £5 by the St. Kilda bench this morn ing for brutally beating a horse with a crowbar. In the County Court to-day, the con viction against a publican named llo lihan-recently fined £10 for allowing prostitutes to assemble in his licensed house, and employing prostitutes as barmaids-was quashed on the grounds that the barmaids welre entitled to to there as hired servants, and that these was no evidence to show that the othens remained on the premises longer than waes ilecessary to obtain refreshmenlt ts. A seamnt of coal, e feet \ ienches thick:, hal been discovered in Giiplsland, three miles fromn the .M h liailway Station, at it ideth of Sli feetl.
MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. Wednesday, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 3 June 1882
MELBOURNE IIOSE MARKET. Wednesday, May 31. M?essrs. CAMPBELL, PRATT andl CO. (late M'Clllloch, Campbell and Co.) report : ltorses.-A astisfactory business has been transacted all useful horses selling at good rates. will spirited biddings for superior ani mnals. Country supplies for the week were much under the average, but those forward for sale comprised marketablo sorts, and were quickly cleared. We offered some highclass hounters andl racers on Tuesday, and sold nearly all entered, including Skylark, winner of the lhunt Club Steeplechase ; Salvage, by lamsulet; Pakenlham, by Hamlet ; and Peter iray; these selling from 50 to 152 guineas. We lhave also sold the imrportc" tmaught Clydesdale mare, GCrcenlaw Nelly, on account of "Mr. Trestrail, to Mr. A. Town, ltichtmond, N.S.W., for 750 guineas. Carriage pairsasold from £80 to £105; buggy pairs £35 to £48 ; gentlemen's backs and buggy horses from £24 to£S0; ordinary sorts, nominal quotan tions ; heavy draughts were scarce, no fresh ...