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Berwick Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle (Newspaper) - January 13, 1891, Berwick, Victoria National Library of Australia a a. Macarthur & co., with which is incorporated Kennedy Smith & co., Stock and station agents cattle salesmen evaluators and arbitrators ining and Money brokers and general com Mission agents. Auction sales of cattle horses pigs produce land. A. Hold every saturday at our Tarda in m Milan Street. Boax Neoska. District sales at brutal when Orbost &e., con. Ducted periodically of which due notice will be Given. Loans negotiated and All general finance business transacted. Insurances effected. Agents for Ligety and co. Limited. Australian slut goal provident society. Bairnsdale agent j. Kennedy Smith. For private Sale. Five acres of land at picnic Point noon which is erected a Superior . Dwelling 12 rooms lath end Plaa. Stored electric Eils stable Loose boo coach. House and outhouses Complete. 1 acres Orchard in full bending Beautiful Ferney balance in two paddocks Laid Down with English grasses. Price Low terms easy. Orders to View on application to a. Macarthur & co., Bairnsdale. Horses. Horses. Horses. Bairnsdale quarterly horse Sale. Tuesday and wednesday 10th and 11th february 1891. Macarthur a co. Beg to intimate Sto their constituents and the Public generally that their Nee t Lorve Sale will he hell in their Bairnsdale on the above dates commencing at 12 0p.m. Sharp. Owners having horses for s Detwil is Well to enter same at once order of sales ate now held according to entry. Central land & produce Exchange. M Acharn son & co. Etoyce station land & property in rip a general and commission agents produce salesmen Etc., Bairnsdale. Auction sales held every wednes. Day and saturday. Uni Rinsdale produce exc Iange. Wednesday january 14. M Acharn son and co. Through their auctioneer Alf. 1 Acharn will sell by auction at the produce Exchange. M Millan Street Bairnsdale to Morrow commencing at 11 o clock the usual consignments of Farmand Dairy produce As under butter cheese eggs fruit potatoes. Oats chaff Maize poultry Etc. A. M lean & co., auctioneers land and estate agents Stock salesmen &c., m Infra Traralgon Bairnsdale and 48 Queen Street Melbourne saturday january 17. ? land. Laud. Land. A lean & co. Are instructed by the. Mortgagees to sell by auction at their office Bairnsdale on the above Date All that piece of land area about 801 acres being Crown allotments i and a Parish of bets Bolong county of Tambo. Mathieson & Davis late Peck Hudson & Ray Nob auctioneers land and estate agents and evaluators. Agents for j. M. Peek and son Gibson Hudson and co. Fourth Victoria building society Imperial insurance Copan Surace London and Lancashire life Assurance company Wool and Grain Money in any sums on leasehold free hold. Gresson & Rylah the Exchange Omen a auctioneers valuers mining broker and general commit Ion agents sales held in any part of the District Little botnet a Wick Stock and station agents cattle salesmen & auctioneers Bairnsdale. Jaffna Sale and Traralgon. Agents land mortgage Bank of vie Toria. Ernest Watt & co., Orbost snowy River. Cattle salesmen land finance estate insurance and commission agents. Money. Money. Money. A. Dale Nam is prepared to make immediate advances upon personal Security from As to �500, repayable by instalments extending from one month to twelve months at current rates. Money Lent on furniture and household effects. Money Lent to civil servants with the utmost secrecy All communications oni dental. Money Lent on surrender value of life policies and note of hand. Money Lent on Crown Grants and Crown Money Lent on Stock mortgages Bills of Al Elins on crops &c., repayable by instal. Mente to suit be rower. Money Len to buy teams of Bullocks horses drays Etc., repayable by instalments to auit Borrower. Money Trust and other moneys Avail. Able immediately on application a n charge for mortgage. Intending borrowers before concluding finance of business elsewhere Mayu nod it to their advantage to consult a. Mulc Nan m m5lllu Street dal nodule who has our casually financed for his clients for the past seventeen years. S1owei to Bend on every class of Security. Apply ii. Robinson main stent s bail Tisdale m. Goold and co. Stock and station agents land finance estate insurance and commission agents. Loans arranged Reeh ohls 7 per cent. Leaseholds 8 per cent. Wednesday 14th january at one o clock. Choice building lots at Lucknow. M. Goold and co. And Ernestw Vatt and co., in conjunction Are favored with instructions from John Sutherland to sell on above Date on the ground 64 splendid building allotments con. Trally situated in Tihe above rising township near the state school and opposite the mechanics inst. Tute and Post office. See plans at the office of m. Goold & co., Bailey Street. Terms very Liberal. Wednesday january 14-1 o clock. Sarsfield thursday. 15th january at i o clock. Important Sale of Sawmill Plant in Good working order. A Goold and co. Are favored with instructions from William him mall who has taken an extensive con. Tract in Melbourne which. Quires the whole of his attention to sell of he pre. Mises As above through their auctioneers the Sarsfield Sawmill with engine Complete in first class order 6 Cie Cuylor saws Bench trucks screw Jack Blacksmith s tools ac., 3 trolliet and Hall linkers Jeanm 14 working Bullocks Young and stanch with tackling sundries a. . The Stock of har Wool building Tim. Her in lots to suit pour closers. Terms at Sale. Thursday 15th january 1 o clock. Special notice to householders. Water Laid on by Tinsley & Haddocks Bailey Street Bairnsdale All requisites at cheapest rates. J. W. Carroll m.e., Stock and share broker miso Laon & financial agent assayer and mining reporter. S hares bought and sold on inspected and reported on throughout Australia. Day Street Olieo. Late of broken Hill pain Ler de\ti5stiiy. It e introduction Bairnsdale. Laughing Gas As used by All the leading dentists in the Colony. No pain no ratting of Gums no terrible after effects As produced brother so called painless systems. Tihe extraction of a Tooter a Posi. Tive pleasure this is absolutely guaranteed by my. Richard Osborn registered dentist Nicholson Street Bairnsdale. Artificial Teeth inserted at Melbourne prices terms if required. Dentist y. Wonderful discovery. Teeth extracted positively without pain. Guaranteed without the use of chloroform laughing Gas Ether cocaine. No after effects. Artificial Teeth on the new atmospheric principle. Teeth scaled stopped regu. Sted at Melbourne prices. Hours--10 till 5. Note the address . A. French registered surgeon dentist. Next f. Eastwood a photographer main Street Bairnsdale. The commercial Bank of Australia limited. Capital. �000000 paid up. 1.200,000 Reserve fund. 1,000,000 rhe Bairnsdale Branch is now open for the transaction of All usual banking business under the management of . C. Smallman. Deposits received. Henry 0. Turner general manager. Anglo australian Bank limited. Authorised capital. �2,000,000 subscribed capital. 21,68 paid up capital. 100,517 total capital and Reserve funds 261,707 Sead office Queen Street Melbourne. Directors c. R. Staples Esq., chairman David West Esq. S. 0. Allwright Esq. E. Williams Dilly branoh.-120 Cannon Street . Directors lord Amoye the Hon. Ashley g. J. Ponsonby James Blackwood Esq. South australian Branch King William Street Adelaide. Tasmanian Branch Liverpool Street Hobart. deposits s 5 years. 8 per cent. Interest 12 months. Per cent. I payable 6 months 7 per cent. Half. 3 months. 6 percent. Yearly. a special clause in the Bank s articles of association depositors and de. Venture Holder Are secured by having a first claim upon All the assets securities and moneys of the Bank. The Bank is prohibited from purchasing dealing in land Freehold property stocks shares of any kind whatever. John Taraldson general manager. Thi news Agency main Street Barnesdale. E. M. Pearce bookseller stationer and Tob Leeonist tie to Airedale advertiser sync of Ane Tele Coltart Soott Halabian Loade weekly times Vauoti Traian journal and English periodicals. H. Foster & co.,Bru i Hen general and financial agents. Date Louane commiss Loes Post try att seed to a m fielder Stook and share broker and Legal manager. Shares bought and sol on commis. Sion. Lettes and telegrams promptly attended to. Legal Nat Nager of the mount wills pro a Leary . Co., n.l., Stockett s Chambers 359 Collins Street. National Hiss tees executors and Agency company of Australasia Ltd. I Necton Holt n. Fitzgerald 3.l.c. Chairman w. Cain Esq., . M1. D. L Acharn Esq. M. O Tanassy easq., up. Hon. W. I. Winter Irving .l.o. Att Lon. Walter Maddan m31,.a. Sub United capital �150,000. , �30,0c0 Reserve fund �23,400. Executors trustees and agents for absentees. Managing director trin. Walter Madden. Ofeets--454 Collins Street Corner William Street Melbourne of. Church notices. Paes Ynterian sunday january 18. Rindenow congregation Goon Nuro at ii w Yung at 3 Ani Moore Surg at 7 o clock by the Rev. J. B. Steel. Concu of Cornist in the Chris. Tian Chapel main Street on lord s Day at 11 am., for breaking of bread. Proclaim Tion of the gospel at 7 . on wednesday evenings at half past seven. By Grace be Are saved through Faith. Ladle of Bil Andalo. You Rene Llyod to Call and inspect Ito Largo and ornamental Dolwing room boreas Oft High Tor 18i d. They Aro really . Ii. Cola s want Hullo main it cot i Lornadale apr ,. Tile markets. Bairnsdale live Stock report. Saturday january 10. 2ressrs a. Macarthur and co. Report store Yards fairly Well sup. Plied mostly Young cattle. Biddings were exceedingly Dull and in most cases Stock were passed in we sold 18-months to 2--old steers in Forward condition at �2 of store cows. From �2 12s to �3 7s Milch cows with calves at foot to �5 10s i and privately for Bailey 45 Springer sat a satisfy Story figure. few Forward biddings Dull owing to Quality Forward. Pig fair demand not Many Forward. demand. Resold o70ewes, and 20 lambs Given in at 9a. Messes Michael Goald and co. Report moderate Supply carded. Vwe notice a slight improvement is value of All useful cattle and sold today Young Bullocks in Good order to �4 in fair cows Tol �3 12s Young Stock to �2 is All lots Selling to satisfaction of vendors. Horses. Any really Good horses sell to advantage but medium and heavy draught Stock Are not Saleable. demand Short Supply. Slips Young 6s 6d to 8s d stores to 22e. We Hare enquiries for Good store pigs and could place same to advantage. Bairnsdale far31 and produce Market. Saturday january 10. Mae sirs Mceacharn son and co. Report a moderate Supply of produce Forward for our Sale at the Exchange to Day values for Dairy produce ruling about the same As last quotations. The following Are the actual prices realised better Prima Tresh 7d to 8d per in favorite dairies higher Batter medium fresh 5d to 61l doa eggs lid to Laid per Doz Bacon. A to 7d Par 1 hams 6d to 8 do cheese 41d to 5d do fresh pore 3d to 4d do corned beef 2id do apples 2s to 3s 6d per Ose pears 2s a to 3s do Pine apples. Is go to 3s per Dot apricots. Lid to 31d per la cabbages 64d to is per Dotz turnips 6d do carrots 6d do onions apr cwt potatoes a 6d to 3s 6d do Oats. I 63l to 9ssd per Bushel Maize. 2s 9d to Ossi Dot bran and Pollard is do fowls 2a go to 4s per couple turkeys Loi to 15s do Ducra is 6d do. Melbourne fish Market. The fish Market report for 9th january is As follows 1-the Supply comprised fish 713 baskets crayfish 120 Dzen hares 1j Brace wild fowl. 13i6couples rabbits. 973 pairs. P. Ices whereas follows nor Amouta 2se to s Bream 2s 6d to 6a 6d Flathead so to 8s Rock s to los Garfish is to 11s Ludrick 3s to 4s Mol let 3s to 101 Pike so to 14s pilchards is to is 6d Salmon 2s to be strangers. 2s to s Trout 4s to7s Whiting. 9s to 13s Murray cod and Perch id to 4.d b Cray fish. 4s to f1s Doz flounders 2s to 10 smoked ish. 2s to 2s 1d Schnapper is to 4s each eels lid to3d b wild fowl 3d to 2s Brace rabbits 2s to 10a per dozen couples. Melbourne hop Mareet. In the Melbourne Market list week hops claimed some notice and on Friday 13 Bales of Good victorian 1890 y sold at i2 and. Melbourne Queen Victoria Market. Saturday january 10. The Market this morning was characterised by Gendral dullness vegetables of All seasonable kinds being in excess of requirements. Thero was a rather better demand for plums but other seasonable fruits were Dull of Sale at very Low prices. Botter was stagnant. Eggs were at last week s prices and poultry was fairly represented. The following prices ruled -vegetables.-Basil, is dozen inches Beans Broad to id la do kidney old to Ltd per in beat 6 to is per doze Bou Quets 3s to 10s per dozen Bunches cab Bages 6d to 2s per dozen carrots 6d to 8d per dozen bunched Cress curled 6d do do water 6d do Ceu embers prickly is to of per dozen garlic. D to 3d per la bore Eradis. 4d to 8d per bundle Lavender is per Doz Bunches Leek 6d to 9d do let Tuce 3d to is per doze Marjoram 6d to to per dozen Bunches mint 01 per dozen Ono Nons 3s go to 4s 6d Ewt Green do. Go Doz Bunches Parsley 6d per dozen Bunches parsnips go to is go do. Peas 4s to 7s 100tb potatoes 3s 6d Ito is per of radishes 4d to go per dozen Bunches rhubarb 6d to is 6d per dozen Bunches Sage go to d per dozen Bunches spinach 9d to is go do bthyme., 6d do turnips 4d to 6d do tomatoes 6s to 8 half Ashe vegetable Marrows 0a to 2s go per dozen. Fruits Green almonds. E2d to 3d per in apples 2s to 4e 6d per Case apricots. Of to 8s half arose cherries 3d to go per la currants Black 4d to d per la do red 3d to 4d per in do White 3d to 4d per in figs is to la go per dozen gooseberries 2d to 41 per heart i oranges ibs to 18s per Case Lisbon Lemons 21 to i6s per cars Loq auts 21 to 3d per la mulberries 4d do nectarines 7s to 8a per half Calo peaches is to 2s per dozen 3s to10 per Case i plums to lid per la raspberries go to 6d do strawberries go to go per la. Dairy pro Duce Bacon 6d to 8d per la butter 7d to 10d per in cheese 6d to go per la Deok is 6d to 6s 6d per pair eggs lid to is 2dper Doz.,n geese 7s to s per pair hens 4s 6d to be 6d per pair Honey go to 8d per la pork go to 8d per in rabbits is to is 3d per pair turkeys. 10s to 2ias per pair hams 10d to is per la. The . Despatch for port Albert left Melbourne on saturday last rounded the Promontory at 4.25 . Yesterday. And pasted through the Entrance at .45 Jester Day evening arriving at the a Lanedale wharf at 0o Clook last tight. Tho Schooner Eliza Davis from the lakes. Arrived n Melbourne on saturday last. Cunino Hami monday. Arrived 0.45 ., Stea eur despatch. Depth of water on new Entrance outer bar left l inner bar left. Weather forecast Fine and warm i northerly winds Orsag ing to Woas and faling temperature thle 8th Lanry at hot st. Dence Swan Neach Mary White aged at Yeara Aito of tej Maeia Ater at Short add in Toful Llanes not dead aut gone the advertiser. Pct tried every Tou Day tour Niay and saturday i orning. Bairnsdale tuesday january 13, 1891. Thene can be no doubt that one of the Staple industries of this District should be fruit growing. In no other part of the Colony is it possible to grow successfully so Many different kinds of fruits As it has been proved from experiments made at one time and another can be raised Here. Yet fruit culture As an Industry if three four honorable exceptions be made May be said to be a Practised by our Farmers. If asked the reason Why the Bai Neadle District is not in reality what it has always had the reputation of being in name the Garden of Vic Toria the agriculturist would probably reply that does not pay that even the few now in the Buni. Nesa very often have to accept prices that leave Little no margin of profit nod that i othere embarked in the Industry prices would drop still further until the end would be that the fruit would have to be Given away for nothing i apples on saturday last in the Bairnsdale Market were withdrawn from Sale because the highest offer made for them was slightly under a Penny per Pound. Outside the Market on the same Day More than double that Price was readily obtainable for the same description of fruit. But to show that even at a Penny per Pound there is Money " in fruit culture does not require much reckoning. In California a grower we Are told considers he is Well paid if he gets two cents a Pound for his peaches and a Penny a Pound to the victorian grower Means a return equal to �40 an acre the question surely can not have been looked into thought fully by our Farmers for it must be within their knowledge that Large fortunes have been made by fruit growers who commenced with com. Parat ively Little. We could quote instances nearer Home but let the testimony of a Man who was once in the business suffice for the present occasion. In the argue of saturday last he says a fruit Rowan near Melbourne was grub. Lin g to me the other Day that a Good Deal of the fruit scarcely paid for the picking. And yet i found that with an allotment of six acres of lad which include Housoe and Yard he had made enough from fruit to keep his Wile and family and to give his sons and daughters a decent Start in life. Tao years ago i paid one Man �600 for the yield of cherries on six acres. Then As to the fears entertained by in tending growers of overproduction he dissipates these by a practical ill Untra. Tion of the expansive nature of the Trade fifteen years ago we used to think 1000 Bunches of bananas a month a Large consignment and it seemed to fully the demand. It did not pay to offer them for less than a 6d 2s a dozen retail. And it was often difficult to pet rid of the few Hundred Bunches in store. To All appearances the demand for Banu Naas at that time was fully met and so it was at the Price. Lut bananas Are now Selling in the Streete at 4d and 6d dozen Sadee to what dimes Sions the Trade has extended i am told that during the last four fire weeks nearly 00,000 Bunches of bananas have come into Melbourne. One dealer re celled Over 1oo00 hunches from Fiji by the last steam,.r in one consignment and each Bunch contains from 16 to 18 dozen. Two years ago the importation during the corresponding weeks did not much exceed .20.000 Bunches. The removal of the duty of 91 per Bushel 18 months ago no doubt gave a great impetus to the Trade hut the difference in the Price to the con Sumer is very much More than 9d per Bushel. You ise Here How an increased Supply has actually created a demand where it did not exist before and yet bananas Are purely a dessert fruit and Are in no request for cooking preserving. Let the Supply of apples poems a Price and so Forth be increased in the same Way and As soon As people find t out there will be no difficulty in disposing Oft t. But As he further Points out " the real difficulty lies in the system of die Tributino and the sooner that is Radi Cally reformed the better. Other countries have much that is valuable to teach us in this As in other respects. In the current number of the Aua Trala oian is a clipping describing a method of marketing fruit which of Tanes in Many parts of Germany and has proved successful in securing buyers against a bad article and in giving an Opportunity for Good growers to make sales of a Good article. Samples of various fruits Are placed in dishes for exhibition in Saleroom by growers who Are prepared to furnish various kinds. The buyer has Only to write his name and address on a card with the Quantity he wishes and leave it at the Central office with the number of the plate. The order is then forwarded from the office to the grower who in turn delivers his goods there. Here the fruit is inspected and if it comes up to the Sample in Quality it is forwarded to the buyer. If it proves inferior it is return Eood at once to the grower. A grower who on three occasions furnishes goods inferior to the samples is. Excluded from the Market. The office receives 10 per cent. Commission to inspecting forwarding this Mode of distribution might we think be tried As an Experiment in bairns Dale this season. Therein we believe an abundance of cheap fruit to be obtained if some such Means could he adopted to bring it within the reach of the Public. Among the agricultural jottings published in our fourth Page to Day will be found a certain remedy for the. Extermination of the Codlin Moth. For to Morrow s line Stock sales at Lemington the numbers expected Forward Are 2300 cattle 33000 sheep and 8000 lambs. The Marine excursion organi Oad by the Bairn Edalo District Ilo Spital com Mittee on new year s Day in Aid of thu funds of tiie ins Titu. Lien has yielded we understand a Cleair profit of �75, about �3 Moro than lost year. The Gross proceeds this year exceeded Tuneo of the pro. Vious year by �15. Tih Enpek Dituro in Chartr Money for the steamers was however greater by �12 than in . The result must to regarded As highly satisfactory. The minister of lands m Leaon and the minister of mines out trim met in conference on Friday last with reference to the Antis ability of legislating to enable coalmine Long to a rooted on pastoral and grating areas. An net its inset during last session validating licenses issued in regard to leases under 32 of the land but the measure does not apply to Coal mining. The ministers concurred in the opinion that provision should be made for carrying on Coal mining operations on pastoral and grazing areas when it is found that these have Mineral resources and it was agreed that a measure having this for its object should be introduced during next session of parliament. The secretaries of the lands and mines departments have therefore been instructed to consult the Crown solicitor As to the drafting of the necessary Bill. The railway commissioners have arranged to run a number of special excursion trains from the country to Melbourne in connection with the fete to be held in the Metropolis by the australian natives association on the 20th inst. Special trains will be run from Warrnambool Terang and District on toe 22nd inst., from Salon and District on the 23rd inst., and from no Mua Kab and the Goulburn Valley Din. Strict onto 24th inst. The special trains which must be sent from Melbourne to Thebo country stations mentioned will be run up to their destination the Day before required in each Case but so that they May not be empty the com missioners have decided to induce the Public to travel by them by the Issue of tickets at cheap excursion rates. Cheap excursions will therefore be run As follows from Melbourne to Colas and All stations to Warrnambool on the 21st inst from Mel Bourne to Warragul and All stations to Sale on the 22nd inst., from Mel Bourne to Seymour and All stations to Numurkah on the 23rd inst. The tickets for either excursion will be available for return by any Ordinary train for three weeks. Statements have been circulated in the English and australian press that sir Graham Berry proposes to Relin Quish his position As agent general and return to Victoria to resume political life hero at the end of the year. These rumours probably arise from the fact that the Extension of the term granted to the present agent general expires in february 1592, but in letters received by the Premier this mail sir Graham Berry in no Way indicates his desire to cur. Tail the full term granted to him. A Branch of the australian natives association is to be opened at Omen on the 2sth inst. By g. H. Wise of Sale the senior vice president of the Board of directors and f. O. Wainwright the general Secretary. I he association will then have branches in almost every Corner of Victoria while Gratifying Progress is being made in the other colonies. A bottle of professor Koch s re. Medy for consumption costs in Berlin 25s. It contains 500 injections of cent gramme each injection thus Cost ing Ono Halfpenny. But the greatest number of injections Are Only of one Milligram me which reduces the Price to one tenth of a Halfpenny per Intee Tion. Its preparation takes about six weeks. The condition of the London Money Market being favourable for the Pur pose arrangements will says the Arguo at once be made for the float ing of the �3,000,000 loan authorised during last session of parliament. As has been previously explained the loan can Only be considered a new one really in respect to an amount of �550,000. The balance of the total sum is made up of �850,000 which is required to reimburse the Banks for taking up the 0 per cent. Debentures which fell due on the 1st inst., and �1,000,000 authorised in 1889. The Premier states that the government is not Likely to be pressed for funds to carry on until the end of the financial year but As there is the Opportunity of disposing of the loan on satisfactory terms he thinks Itas Well that it should be taken advantage of. Davidson the inspector general of Public works was in Bairnsdale on saturday last and had his memory jogged concerning the Promise made by the minister some time ago that the department would order the dredge w combat to remove the Barrier from the Mouth of the slip. A Cheque for half the estimated Cost of the work Davidson was reminded had been forwarded to Melbourne Many weeks ago and still there were no signs of the department making a move to wards carrying out the work. The answer returned was that the Christ. Mas holidays had been to a great extent responsible for the apparent do. Lay in commencing operations and that in All likelihood the dredge would be ordered to Bairnsdale within the week to Start the work. It is to be hoped the directors will son that this Promise is strictly kept. Accounts Are at the receipt and pay office Bairnsdale for j. F. Anderson w. Armstrong Carl baritone on t. A. Bryant Bairnsdale District Hospital j. Bulmer Bendon prospecting com. Mittee Bong prospecting committee j. Carpenter and son w. Donaldson Dawson and Wright s. G. Eldri Legoe Thomas Evans w. Graham j. Gor Don j. Harcon w. Holt haunted Stream free Library p. Froym Borg p. Kelly f. King. Krokel c. Marriott f. F. Morgan j. M laugh Lin w. M Kenna h. D. Nichol h. Phillips d. ,Reed of. E. Robin Sot c. Strohmyer if. Sumner and Tambo Shire. o. Veits of service Street Bairnsdale intimates that during the summer months All meat sold by him will be refrigerated. He has con. Eluded arrangements with the ice com. Pany for a certain amount of space in the refrigerating cd Limber and Tiss will enable Hiim to keep on Lhand in All Weathers meat that will be both fresh and tender. No increase on Tihe Ordi. Nary prices will be made. In two Days last week 0000 flying foes were shot on the Lastinge River . A Short time ago a telegraphic message which Cost its sender �8200, is said to Chavero Boon despatched from London to Australia. Several spot omens of that rare Nish the Bonito were Cau it at port l airy on hour Day last. They weighed from 10lb. To 201b. Acle. It is Over 2 years since any were last seen on the coast. Tobacco growing in Germany has proved so Ronlund Rativo that the Elk tent of land under this Plant is been increased by upwards of 100,000 acres. Chehad the assyrian charged with the attempted murder of his partner Abraham Khalid was admitted to bail on saturday himself in �2000 and two sureties of �1000 each. A Large number of Choice building lots at Lucknow will be submitted to Public auction to Morrow by messes m. Goold and co. Frank Goach who has for some years past been connected with the Public life of South Gipp land in various ways More particularly in regard to advocating Light railways and dealing with land administration is says the advocate retiring into private life for ten years during which time he will devote himself to the engineering and Law Side of the Melbourne University at the conclusion of which he intends travelling on a lecturing tour through the Princi. Pal centres of Eagland and America on australian subjects. Felix Tanner is slowly recovering from the effects of his fast for 40 Days. Tanner was removed from the Mol Bourne waxworks on wednesday last to private lodgings in East Melbourne in order that he might be properly attended. He has had rather severe stomach trouble but is now progressing favourably. Phil. Stuart the Mana. Ger at the waxworks states says the Herald that Tanner now shows the effects of the fast More plainly than Ever. His face and body have greatly fallen away and " Crow s feet have developed about his eyes to a consider Able extent. It is expected however that with the careful nursing he is now receiving All these symptoms will shortly disappear. Stuart states that Tanner will not attempt another Long fast until a year Hao elapsed. The Annary number of the Young ladies to Unal commences the now volume for 1891. It contains More than 100 illustrations of the latest Paris fashions in Ball evening Home and walking dresses for ladies and children with the full size pattern for cutting out one of the three Quarter length jackets which Are so fashionable this season. Plenty of occupation for Busy Figuora will be found in copying the designs on the fancy work shoot pages being devoted to this department we observe some capital suggestions for draping and Orna menting sofas settee Etc. The " etiquette articles on cards and Calls Are Well written and to the Point. There Are some now games and a capital card trick in the amusement columns some useful items for the housewife. We must not pass Over the literature without calling attention to a now Story by a favorite author it is entitled " a waiting Primrose and Jack two other serials Are con. Tinned and there Are four Short com plete stories. Music in the form of a pretty song and a pianoforte Solo Gratis replies to correspondents seasonable cookery recipes pastimes and poetry Are All to be found in this excellent family Magazine. The following vacancies Are announced by the education depart. Ment Winchelsea head teacher fourth class Koo Drook head teacher fourth class Greenvale head teacher fifth class ill Barook head teacher fifth class Clunes North first female assistant third class Gordon female assistant fourth class Newport female Junior assistant Flemington female Junior assistant Williamstown female Junior assistant Brunswick female Junior assistant Clifton Hill female Junior assistant Hawthorn female Junior assistant Oakleigh female Junior assistant Kensington female Junior assistant Brunswick West female Junior assistant Mooney Ponds West female Junior assistant Footscray female Junior assistant Ironbark female Junior assistant port fairy female Junior assistant timor female Junior assistant Daylesford male Junior assistant Ballarat male Junior assistant Carlton male Junior assistant two Collingwood male Junior assistant North Melbourne male Junior assistant male relieving teacher. European telegrams. Brom the Sel Noorun i Aiches London january 9. The Winter both in England and on the continent is excessively severe. The weather is the coldest known for 30 years past. A destructive epidemic of Small pox is raging in Guatemala. It is Esti mated that 20,000 deaths have alried occurred. The eight hours question was Dis cussed at great length at a meeting of the miners federation held yesterday. Finally a Resolution was carried in favor of the legislation of the Prin. Ciple. The st. James s Gazette publishes the text of the deed under which " general Booth is appointed trustee of the funds raised for his social re form and colonisation scheme. It de clares that the deed is worthless to protect the subscribers. B. Rinsdale police court. Monday january 12. Before j. S. Cooper . The Otto knee and pan Tan. Pos Ergeant Mullany proce against Ahl Hoo a Sano a weal Zoee a Stang Al Lay and Ait Lee Ong on the charge of Berin in a common Gan Rig House the previous evening. Inspector Dopey who appeared for the Patlon stated that t was desirable that the keeper of Thi House should he Soa. Ronet to appear before the court and he would therefore ask for a remand to the20th inst., to effect that Pertoso before pro. Feeding against the other defendant. toat1, who appeared for the defend Ante offered no objection to the remand Heling granted. The Bench granted the application. Bitt was fixed at d in each Casne. Latest intelligence. By electric Teo Leara Dio. 0our two oen0 Sor Norv Melbourne o m onday night. The Fitzroy magistrates to Day fined a Milkman �5 for Selling a pint of a Farmer named Francis 3. M Iii Ernoy from we Littlest was arrested on four charges of forgery. Whelan one of the men concerned in the miss Butler assault ease Hlas Goone insane. He was remanded to Day for medical treatment. The Hen. W. Bates formerly Mem Ber for Collingwood foil dead in the Street to Day while curing some boys for fruit stealing. Lord Jersey visited the broken Hill company s Ollice today and saw the specimens ofor Oaland photographs of the mine and machinery. The body of Man named win. Norman aged 10 years was found floating in the River near the Queen s wharf to Day. Telegrams show that the Barcaldine shearers decline to give Way. The pastoralist Union will Send an ample Supply of Shebo arrs lion requested to do so. Christopher Wood a presbyterian Clergyman aged 50 years was arrested to Day on the charge of stealing a Book from the Public Library. O states that to belongs to now sout via los. During the past year the inquests held by coroners Roulo end Chandler numbered d,10, being 43 less than the number for the previous year. These Are attributed principally to excessive drinking. The railway commissioners have decided to Issue return tickets at holi Day excursion fares from All stations from the 24th to the 2tbh inst., Avail Able for return until the 31st in. Elusive. A Public meeting was hold in the Hiborn Ion Hall to night at which it was decided to organise a testimonial to prior Butler on the eve of his de parture for Europe. �100 was collected so the room. Theo st. Kilda Council has declined to Register the private Hospital As ordered by the Public health Board. Supreme court proceedings Are to be taken by the Board. Wilson the Dairy Export re ports that 23 new creameries and factories have been started this season making a total of 73, providing for an output of 1000 tons of first class butter per week and providing a local Market for 1200 Farmers at an enhanced Price. A Large meeting of sympathisers of the Hon. Jno. Nimmo was hold to night when it Wao decided to tender a banquet to him As a Means of expressing sympathy with him. It was decided to open a subscription list and present him with a purse of sovereigns. Two Collingwood boys named Freeman who had been Raspberry picking at Lilydale were arrested to Day for the theft of a Large number of articles. The Bays had formed a Camp in a secluded Gully where the police Only arrested them after a struggle. One lad was armed with a Rifle and Tho other had a Large knife. Reports furnished of the Dro oui railway Accident show that it warn caused through the coupling Chain breaking when the train was going round a Sharp turn. Driver Pitt who has a bad record admitted that the broken train ran into his engine. To inquiry has been ordered. The damage done is set Down at �1000. A Young Man named Chas. Dalgleish while driving into South Warragul this morning was throws from his cart. His clothes became entangled in the wheels and he was dragged 130 Yards. His head was terribly battered his brains being scattered about the Road and his body fright fully mangled. A Man who would give no other name than that of Jesus Christ was arrested on sunday for disturbing the service in st Mark s Church of Enog land Fitzroy. The sacrament was being administered at the time and approaching the altar he spread out his Hinds and said. In the name of god i am Jesus Christ the son of god. Stop this service. I command ii was brought before the Fitzroy court to Day and remanded for a week. At the North Brighton railway Seta Tion this afternoon Joo. Lacey a railway fireman met with a shocking Accident. He seemed to have gone off the engine to help in shunting and in stopping backward from Between the truck on to the five foot Way he was Khz locked Over by a passing train and received internal injuries from which he died within an hour at Tihe Hoe. Pital. Theo markets were Active to Day the Millers buying for local demands wheat new 3s 7d flour Stone �7 los to a roller �1 More Oats Calcutta new is of to 2s Stout vie. Torian to 2s 8d Barley malting to3s 2d Maize 8s 4d bran 8d. Stocks and Shar?.-wills Colari Huting buyers of 71d Sellers Soa o1i soles of 04 closing figures. Wills Paidl up buyers Sellers its lid sales is Laid closing its 3d and lie 4ld. Strong demand wills Consols buyers 2s 10 i Sellers 3s. Dir. Kochi s consumption cure Anous of Looram London january 8. Professor Anderson Stuart of the Sydney University who came to Europa to study Koch s cure for consumption has Beeton promised three bottles of Lymph to take Back to Australia. London january 9. Professor Virchow the celebrated German pathologist is sceptical As tothe value of Koch s Lymph for the cure of tuberculous diseases. Ii states that he has witnessed postmortem examinations of the bodies of21 persons who had Boon inoculated with professor Koch s Lymph and in each Case there was evidence that the Lymph had generated a now affection. The Queen dowager of Portugal is reported to have oni no occasion ordered no loss than 70 seems from Worth and another order of Lars for 1000 pairs of parisian boots. Ii Linsdale Iii ii Council t o Casbay Iani enit 8. To sent Tho full Council. Hub Tursa a Refior. Tic Ugi Ocer 0. B. Sellar reported so Al Sihvo thu Honor to report As Foll we in connection with works in pro. I contract no. 1.-1, Ellis and Morri son farm nine and travelling 141 chains of the main Rindenow Road is progressing satisfy Torfs Lre Leei Lod. 2-contract no. 3-01, thus. Filat Herty forming and travelling 10 chains of the Road leading to Tho Lin Donna railway san. Tion is completed. Bat not finally inspected received. 3-contract no. 4.01, eoe. Ilo Fiman Clearing Road fron Erickson s slip Tohen. Dorson s. Near Payneville is finished but not Fil ully . 4--Cnntrnct no. 0.91, Ellis and Morris. Son travelling 201 chains on the main Bon Worden read is finished and finally . Contract no. 6 01, Bernard Phillips constructing a Footpath along the East an. Pro Eachl to mite Hall Bridge is almost finished. Contract time expired on tie 23rd december 1800, but As the work has been carried out in a fairly Sale factory manner i would not recommend any de. In Tiou on account of non compliance within the contract , a contract no. 1001, f. Morrison Clearing and grubbing two Miles of the Rod loading tothe River. This contract will probably by finished in about one week from Date. The contract time expired on january 1 the contractor will this be about two weeks behind but otherwise the work is being satisfactorily carried with. 7-contract no. 11.0-1, Daniel Currie Clearing and forming about 71 chains of the Road leading to the River. I visited this locality on saturday last and found that the cutting and forming had been finished. The Clearing will probably have been finished by this time. The contract time expires on the let of january. This work has been carried out satisfactorily and i would not recommend any deduction on account of non compliance within the contract with. 8-contract no. 1201., f. Stein forming and travelling about 101 chains of the Manin Binderow Road. Work progressing . 9.-contract no. 18-91, James Tait con. Traction of Street Crossings in Bairnsdale. Work progressing in slowly on account of Una Vorabo . 10-contract no. 14.91, a. Hogg and co., constructing a Culvert and approaches thereto on Roand. Loading to Martindale work progressing sat1sfalcorily.-reoeived. 11-contract no. 16.-91, e. Westaway forming and travelling 10 chains 72 links of the Payneville Road. This work is almost finished and so far appears to be . 12-contract no. 25-90, w. Matthews keeping Dargo and Omeo Road Clear of fallen Timber for a period of 12 months contract sum. �8. This contract expires on the 7th february next. It will there. Fore be necessary to Cal Flor fresh tenders returnable at next meeting of the Council. Tenders to be called on the motion of Drevermann. 13-Contraot no. 27-.0, a. R. Wortham working and Careta Kig of Paynesville ferry Road for 12 Mouths contract sum �30 per annul. This contract expires on the lest february next. It will therefore be necessary to Call for fresh tenders returnable at next meeting of the Council. Tenders to be called at next meeting on the motion of Dror Ormann. 1i--portions of the main Rindenow Road. Between the b.c. Hotel and pleasant Creek require a relating of gravel before the present gravel Ges worn too Bare. It will require Abrant 00 cubic Yards of gravel. The Cost of supplying the same would in about � 100.-tenders to he called at next meeting on the motion of , 16-a table Drain in Macleod Street near Malone s Coffee Palace is a sources of great annoyance on account of to Rafflle Edraoss the vacant lady Between main Street Ani the railway station which fills up the Drain As soon As it is cleaned out and prevents the drainage water from escaping. If a rough Fence were erect end along the building line extending from Malone s Fence for a Dis. Tance of three Faur chains in a Westerly direction it would prevent thl traffic from cutting cup the Drain and causing the nuisance complained of. A one railed Fence would be sufficient for the purpose and would Cost about 12s per Chaio. Adopted. On the motion of Payne. 1g-a plan of the Survey of Howitt s track Froan Bairnsdale to Omeo has been received during the list week from the lands department. The distance Between the two places according to the Survey is about 67 Miles. The Road As surveyed at present Between the Yahoo turnoff and mount Baldhead agrees with the route taken by the recent exploring pay but Between Bairnsdale Nad the Yahoo Tarn. Off and again Between mount Baldhead and Omen the surveyed track diverges very considerably from that taken by the party above mentioned. I think a saving of at least 5 Miles could be effected in the total distance by certain deviations from the present Surrey such deviations would occur in the first and last of the three sections above a decided. As the Survey of Middle Section via that Between Yahoo turn of and mount Baldhead the length of which is about 1l Miles goes along the Only suitable site for a Road Between those two Points i would recommend that lenders be called at once for Clearing that portion of the Road. The Cost would pro Pablo be about l150, and with a Small extra outlay for Clearing a few places be. Tween Bulla Waal and Yahoo turn off a cleared Road would be obtained from Bairnsdale to the Boundary of the Shire at mount Baldhead. From mount Baldhead to Omen the whole of the proposed Road appears to re within thoe Hiro Oft Ose and in this Section by Means of a Davi Tien from the present Survey i i Ank saving of 2 3 Miles can be effected. It will be necessary to come to som agree. Weat with the Oman Shire with reference to this portion of the Road. I do not Sei any Nece dirty for myself to go Over the Road again at present to Mark it out. The Road is now Eleard from air Saddle to Yahoo turn off end tire present Surrey Marks out tie Only suitable site Between the later Point and mount Baldhead. The Only place where my presence will be of any use is in the last Section which is Heoy end the Boundary of this Shire sad until some agreement is entered into with the Osco Shire i shall probably be pre Ellod franc Gold ulcer. In the Section Between Bairnsdale and y ahoo turn. Aft there will be a Choice of at least two months iem., one via Hamilton s aun one Rioa Ullum Waal but which Ever of these routes is eventually adopted it will not interfere with Clearing of the Middle Section which might be gone on with at on the motion of Payne. Coot to be paid out of funds of the Centre Riding. 17-wit reference to the beat site fora bathing House at Eagle Point Bay i beg to state that in my opinion the in in Ponsero place to erect a proper baht Ingo House would is at near the end oaths Presont Pler. Any bathing Havous erected the locality would Hare to by enclosed and would require to have a depth of from Ott to Oft of water. To obtain this the str tire would have to be created some do Spanoo from the shoe and tit would have to be provided by moans of Jelly pier. If the Ead of lbs present Putty was objected to on the ground of publicity then any other site selected would entail the eater expense of a new Jatty. On secant of lbs High Hill at the Hack of the present dressing Boses it Foulad not Only be necessary to on Loso the sides of a bathing plane constructed there Het to roof it Over in order to pres care de Conry other wuss bathers would be closed to the full ease of persons disposed to View Tho Stene from Tab top of the Hill rho at pro Lents Cost of erecting but hog houses at Dell front Sites is is follows Rod of present wharf �100 a sirs of ices sent dressing Brurs jetty �90, �160�240. At any other whore1t
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