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

OUR OMEO IoE'IIEI. (FRcOM OUR OWN OOnRRniPONDENT). SSaturday, Manrch 19. You will have 'received the results of the Omeo mces, alnd I now roMposo to given monre detailed naccount.' Tahken altogethler!I think the meeting about the most successfulof any we have harl. The weather was fine and the attendance good, though perhaps iot so many as one would expect.' With regard to the at tendance it must be borne in mind that many more would go if there was any shelter in the shape of a grand stand, &e. At present one has to be pre?ared for either a soaking or a ocorching;. and a good few got Iboth this year as it rained heavily just as the races were finished. The booths seemed tto do a fair businiess, and the greatest order irevailesl during the meetingl. The settling tiook place yesterday at ~liddlleton's Commerinal lihotel, and was well attendedt, very winner being present except I r. Calvert." The protest entemel hy MIr. Gibona?nuainst Kepin iavnig th-?e Aliden P'late wos ilnqu...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 March 1882

.-. a'cartimthri & Co., STTLEA SALESMEN, government Auctioneers, V --Vnltors and Arbitrators, Hlinin, nnd Money Brolkers, AND I, ENEIRAI COJI)IIESION AGENTS. AUCTION SALES of CATTLE, HORSES, PiGE. PRODUCE, LAND, &c.. held every SATURDAY at our Vards in Mf'illan-street, BAIRNSDALO, at Ra~svalz the last Thursday in each month, iand at SALEi MAFFEA and STiATFORD when comnuissioned to do so. Account Sales and cash proceeds paid over immediately sales are concluded. . , Our Agent at ]3?uthen is Mr. John Ar chibald. ',iHE undexsigned have been, appointed , agents for the Liverpool, London nud Globe Fire and Life Assuranco Company, and are prepared to receive proposals or to grant reccipts for premiums on existing policies. A. sAcARITIIllU & CO. ; I.airnsdale, Gth February, 1881... . Holloacy. TJ Il undersigned, as agents for the un dermentiored Societies, are prepared to LEND MONEY at the lowest current rates, in sums ^- from .£100 to £10,000. ' . oderit Permninent...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 March 1882

BATT'S HOTELS BAIRNSDALE. THIS superior Hotel is now open for the reception of Tourists, Commercial gentlemen and Families. Visitors to the Lakes can be sure of first-class accommoda tion at Batt's hotol. 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. Proprietor (Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Conlveyanles. COBB AND CO.'S Telegraph Line of Royal Mail Coaches (In connection with the Vict. Railwvays) LEAVE the Booking office, Bart's Hotel, Main-street, Bairnsdale, for Sale and intermediate places daily (Sunday's excepted) at 10 a.m. FAnREs:- s. d. Bairnsdalo to Sale (single) . 0 10 0 Return Conches leave the railway station, Sale, immediately on the arrivalof the morn ing train' from Melbourne, at 1.45 o'clock, reaching Bairnsdale at 7.50 p.m: daily (Sun. days excepted);' Every information regarding fares, Ac., on the above lines to be had on app...

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THE TARIFF COMMISSION IN BAIRNSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 March 1882

'HILE 'I'ARIFF COHIIISSIS IN BAIRNSDiAL'E. What with the Wattle llark, the Lands, a:nl the Closed Bonds Commissions, Bairnolalc has beenl pretty fairly favoured by the pre sence of these illustrious bodies during the past few years. The sensation of novelty is, however, ns fresh as ever and curiosity just as rampantll ill local minlls as to the person ality and proceedings of the latest of these intermittent emanations of executive autho rity. ThelTariff Commission have a vast ranlge of inquiry, before tlltle, and it is, therefore, not surprising that tlheir ranks should become thinned when an incursionf into up-country wilds is contemplanted by the energetic gentleman who so worthily directs their movemlents. Only nine IUem bers rallied to the chairman's "mandate, bot it is a satisfaction to know that of the absent members a good sprinkling are well posted as to our wants from previous observations of our local industries. The gentlemel who put in an appearance on Tuesday twere mes...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Thursday, March 23, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 23 March 1882

The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERIY TUESDAY, THIIURSDAY AND SATURDAY MloNING. Bairnsdale, Thursday, March 23, 1882.. TuE address to be delivered at Geelong to-morrow night by Mr. Berry, is being looked forward to with expectan.y- alnd interest, and will receive the most earnest attention of politicians generally. :We do not eixect, lowever; that 'the L r Premier will attempt more than to take a general view of the political situation, for, judging-from present appearances, a hostile move is to be(smade against the Government on the se-assembling of Parliament, and.therefore at the present juncturo hee will consider it impolitic to expose his hand, and will prefer to await the turn political affairs will shortly take.' That an attempt to oust the Ministry will be made immediately' on the re -as sembling of Parliament is admitted on all hands, but it is monst uinlikely that Mr. Brry will take tlhe' colony into his confidence, and let the electors lcnoso at once and so early the part he w...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

.NSDALE PASTORAL & AGRI CULTURAL SOCIETY. Annual Exhibition of Stock, Dairy Produce, Imple ments and Machinery, On lVwrnxrInsax, 5th April, At the Society's Grounds, BAIR N SDlA i., WTHEN the following PRlIZES will be S open to public competition: S[Class A-Draught Horse Stock. 1-Entire Horse, any ago; first prize £3,t second prize £1 ,2-Colonial Entire, any age, £2 :?3-Thrdo-year-old Entire Colt or Gold ing, district bred, £2. t4-Three-year-old Filly, £2 5-Two-year-old Entire Colt or Gelding, £2 0-Two-year-old Filly, £2 7-One-year-old Entire Colt or Gelding, £2 S-Ono-year-old Filly, £2 0-Brood Mare, with or without foal a' foot, £2 10-Beat pair of Horses, adapted for farm work, the property of the exhibitor, £2 Class B-Blood Horse Stock. 1i-Stallion; any age, £. 2-Stud Horse, which, in the opinion of the judges, is best calculated to improve and perpetuate the breed of the sound and stout thoroughltred horse for general stud purposes, £3 3-Stud Horse, any ago, district bred...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Latest Intelligence. CUNNINGHAME, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

Latest Intelligence. rB- ELEcCTIC TELEOAPJH ] (FO1Mt OUR OWN CORRESl'ONDENT.) CUNNINGHAME, Friday. The Tariff Commissioners arrived here by the steamer Sarah yesterday, and left by the Tanjil p.s. this morning. The schooner Maffra crossed the bar outwards in tow of the Lady of the Lake at 1.30 p.m. to-day. The Eleanor Johnston was towed over the bar outwards for Melbourne at 2.30 p.m. to-day.. MELBOURNE, Friday Night. Theie is a public movement on foot to reduce the working hours of the omnibus driver. A petition to the Mel bourne' Onmihus Company ton the sub ject is being signed. Judge IHackett has been granted three months iaddititial leave of absence, in consequence of continued ill health. At the expiry of furlough his Honor will probably retire on a pension of £750 per -anntuum. Roderick Kennedy and John Lang ridge, charged with cattlestealing at the City Court this morning, were commit ted foi trial. ,The Cabinet dealt this morning with the report of the board appointed to in ...

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SALE ANNUAL RACES. SECOND DAY.—THURSDAY, MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

SALE ANNUAL RACES. [By ELECTRIC TELEOIIAPII.] aFROM OUR SPECIAL COIIItESPONDENT.) SECOND DAY.-Tlhursday, March 23. The Sale races were brought to a con conclusion to-day and passed, off very snuccessinlly.? The weather it?d fine and the racing was very good. The follow ing are the results : MAIDfENPLATE. One mile and i half, W. Pearson's ch n Primus, 3 yrs ............ W. 1'Pearson's b f 'Taper, 3 yrs ............... 2 J. CaOleit's 0h h'3abo aLyrs..,...) ..... 3 Bcitting: 2 to I on Pihiltis. Little lRobin made the pace, the Proto Martyir colt lyit~g last till nearing the straight, when he camu through his horses and won.comforlably by half a length., Time, 2min. 5sec. - LADIES' PURSE. Onco round. J. Calvert's br m Aurorn, 5 yrs, 10st ...... 1 \V. Pearson's b f Spite, 3 yrs, I1st Bib...... 2 T. Chanusoy's b g Napoleon, 5 yu, l10st 7lb 3 Betting : i to '2 on Spite; 4 to I agst othlers. . Seagull ialso started. Spite led coaiting up the straight, and nearing hoilec Aurora went iup and ...

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LATE LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

LATE LOCAL AND (lENEflAL, The magistrates at the Polico Court yesterday were occupied the whole of the iday in investugating two charges of in decenLt assault preferred againlst n youth named ]Buckloy, who was committed for trial on each charge, The cases were heard with closed doors, andl the evideneu olicited distclosed a slate of juvello dopravity in our ihlst, which wals pIin ful to hear, Th evoiduence, ap u?ual in such cases, owas'of a .character too in decent to publish. In consequence of the large' lols of horses and cattle which Messrs. A. IMncnrtliurand Co. have to submit to public competition to-day, they will conmmence their horse sales at 10 o'clock slirp. They will follow with cattle sales at 12, and wlhn the liorned stock iave been disposed of they will resume their horse sales. The firm announce tliat luncheon will be provided at the yards. ' Mr. W.VC. Gunn, lately 6ne of the owners of the Tanjil run, died in Glas gow on tle 29th of lnst January. Mr. Ginn was a recent...

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MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

MAFFIRIA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, March 24. Messrs. A. I 1eocan and Co. report : There was a largeo sul.ply forward, and hiddings were rather languid. We sold fat steers to £5 15s, cows £4 17s Gd ; low conditioned store bullocks at £4 5s, cows a1 £2 is ; hullocks in good con dition to £5, vea!ers at £1. Messrs. English, Peck and Co. re port :-Store Cattle.-About 12,00 for ward and prices down ahout is. 1Veo thor very dry. The square VW bullocks £4, steers £2 I ts to £3 ; Crisp's steers £2 O10s to £2 15s ; hullocks sold pri vately at satisfactory price. Other bul locks, local lots, £8 2s to £4 ; cows £1 l0s to £2 5s. Fat cattle market, for good quality, firm at Ilst week's rates.

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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Saturday, March 25, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

The Advertiser. PUBLBIHED EVERY TUESDAY. THUnSDAY AND SATURDAY 1ORNIN\G. Bairnsdale, Saturday, March 25, 1882. With to-day's publication we issue our ordinary weekly literary supplement containing fourteen columns of inter esting tales. and sketches, as well as general reading. - On Thursday 280 head of cattle passed through Bairnsdale. The ani mals were on their way to Nambrok, having been purchased by IMr. King from AMr. Taylor:- . The hot and dry weather still con tinues, yesterday being a fiercely hot day, with a northerly wind blowing. Rain is sadly needed, and cattle are re ported as dying on the roads in all directions. On Thursday 72 bales of hops were forwarded by Alr. Swan by the Tarra to Sale. The same gentleman senit 60 bales oil Tuesday, maiking 182 bales in all, during thei current week. The nunual report of the committee of management of the Gippsland Hospi tal has been issued, together with the financial statement. The - appointment of a paid colleetdr has apparently...

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OUR TAMBO CROSSING LETTER. Thursday, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

OUR 'tlAMIO CIIOSSING LE'TEIl. (FROMq OUR OWN CORIIESPONDENTp. Th. .N T rsday, March 23. : Inm 'gl?to find thatiMessrs. Clilvert and Rust have had a fair iIIeasrcie of succCes at Oclleo, as tile) deserved it for their enterprise Ili taking a stvrig of horses over so long and severe a road int such hot weather, anld hope they miny be induced to repeat their visit next year. II spite -of tile scarcity of water, there cornse to, be at gcntral roevival of mitling itl the district. .I have favorable accounts front tile Niclolson lately, and nm glad to see that iny old friend, Mr. Robert lBowden, has been lucky at Sandv's Creek. Tile Omeo people also speak well of their show, so that I trust before lont there will be plenty of "the root of all evil" uneartled. Il Gipp-ild the conservancy of wnter is not of such vital interest as it is in lessfavored districts, but at regular supply to lhand whlet weanted is mtuch needed in every plnce where a nlumber of people lhave conglreghled, both for...

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BAIRNSDALE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 24. (Before Dr. Morrison and Messrs. Brown, Swan, and Drevermann, J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

BAIRNSDI)ALE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCIt 24. (llefore Dr. Morrison and Messrs. Brown, Swan, and Drevermann, J.'sP.) John Johnston was charged with stealing fruit, the property of Mr. D. C. Macleod on the previous day. Mr. Greene appeared for the accused. The prosecutor stated that on the previous evening at 5 o'clock he was proceeding to Miss Quinn's garden on busi ness, having bought the fruit int her garden. He saw a quince thrown over the fence, lie looked into the garden and saw a youth pieking fruit. The lad then ran along the fence and witness followed him, and having caught him, handed himn over to the police. The accused was the lad. Witness did not wish to press the charge, but wished to show lads that they must not rob the garden.-To Mr. Greene : He had purchased the fruit on the trees in blliss Quinn's garden. He con sidered he hadil taken delivery of the fruit as it grew on the tree. He could not identify the fruit produced as any pairticular portion of the fruit hlie h...

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

MINING NOTES, The mining manager of the Normanby Q.f . Co., Dargo, reports :-''ie contractors for driving skidway tunnel have filnisled plat, and are now fairly started, tihe ground promising to be easy. As there are three shifts at work, the O00ft should e renached in a short time. The mining manager of the 2tount Blirre. gal Q.G.M. Company reports for the fort. night ending Maise 19th :-Have driven 9 feet along the reef, making a total distatet from the shaft of 25 feet. The main reef is smaller titan last reported ; it is tions about 0 feet tihick, and earrying good payabhe gold. The cement reef, which cut out a sitort time ago, has made again, and is now about a foot thick and of good quality, I. have knocked off. driving on this part of [tho reef. as I consider that thord hbas been sufliesnt done to prove the xisteoed of ia large body of good payablo otdnd here, the reef ave raging loft in'widthwithl gold all through the stone., I nm getting ready to prospct from the eastern sh...

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MINISTERIAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

,IMIIlSTEIIAL VISIT, Tinrsday's Nercury says that tihe Cuslomnis dlepartmenlt haveinformed Mr. A. ,51'Lean, M.L.A., that the Commissioner intends visit ing Gippslamnd to.maorrow, and that the Minis. tor will proceed to Sale by the afternoon train from Melbourne. In addition to the inquiry to be made re the fisherles, it is in tendeld to visit tihe Lakes' Entrance, with reference to land reserved there for lighthousoe putposes, and also to tmquire into one or two other matters en route. Superintenderit Kabat also received notictee of thie intended visit, and was requested to provide a room.in which to take evidence at Sale.: An apart ment has been secured in the Olub hotel, Foster street, where parties wishing to give evidence:must attelnd at 9 o'clock on Satur day morning. MIessrs Young and Graves, while in Sale, will confer with the borough council in reference to the dredging of the Latrobe River. We resume that the clear ing of tihe Latrobe and Thonison Rivers is of more conseque...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, Marchl 21. The Marquis of Iluntly, who absconded from England, and for whose apprehension a warrant was issued for obtaining mIoney under false pretences has surrendered to the police. He was lpresented before the Police Court to-day and remanded, heavy bail being accepted for his appearance. Sir Henry Parkes has arrived in London in improved health. He is the guest of Alder man W. A. Ogg. lioval licenses have been granted to the Anglto.Austmlian Guano Company, for three years for the export of iuano fromt Bird Island one of the Hunter Group ; and to Mr. Arandel, of the firm of Ioulder Brothers, of London and Liverpool, for a similar period, for tlhe export of natural products from Sydntey Island. The frozena iuttos. ex: s.s..Protos was placed on the Smithfield market to.day. The average price realised was about mid per lb. The low price which the mtat has brought is attributed to the delay which took place in 3Melbourne in thle course of shipment, antd the co...

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SPORTING NOTES AND TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

SPORI'ING NO'T'ES AND TOPICS. The Lindenow races wvill have to engage the attention of owners of horses on Monday, as it will be necessary for gentlemen in and around Bairnsdalec to post their general entries and acceptances on Monday evening, unless they are sent by special courier, as Wednesday is the day of general entry. The programnm of the Bairnsdale regatta, to bs bold on the Mitchell on.Saturday, the lath April, appears in to-day's issue. It is a very attractive one, and I trust we shall have many of the doughty oarsmen from Sale trying conclusions with the Bairnsdale men. With tis usual promptitude, Mri. A. T. Hill posted the Lindmenow handicaps by the. appointed time. I have not yet digested the list thoroughly, but taking a cursory glance through it, the weights appear to be most equitably apportioned, and I believe they will satisfy the majority of the sports men I hear good accounts of the manner in which Prima Donna and Straight are taking their hurdles lately. If the ...

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BAIRNSDALE LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

BlIL SI)ALE LAND BOARD). The following is a list of cases to be in vestigated by a Local Land Bloard to be held in the Court-house, Bairnsdale, on the 10th March next, at 11 a.m. 1. T. J. Jackman. 216a Itr 3p, Buchan, north-west of Win. Duke's. 2. W. M. lowie, 148a 3r 24p, Buchan, east of his present holding. . 3. Emily J. Neal, 320a, Buchan, formerly held by C. 1. O'Rourke. 4. Thomas Tertill, SOn, Tainbo, south of Andrew P'rott's. 5. W. J. Lambourne, 88a, Tanmbo, south east of Thos. Terrill's. 6. Samuel Culbert, 50a, Goon Nure, north of W. MaePhiddinns. 7. David Duffy, 127a Sr Sp, Goon Nure, north-cast of S. Davies. 8. Joseph Dulfy:99. a 3r 39p, Goon Nure. south-west of J. Yelleley's. 9. A. W. N. Donne, 319a 2r 2Sp1 Goon Nire and Bengwordenc, south of John Bruce's. 10. Annie Duncan, 141a 3r 33p, Moor murng, south of J. A. Taylor's. : 11. James Hurn, S2a Sr 25p, Coongulnie rang, allotment 71. 12. Michael Stephens, 120a 3r 10p, Yam hbulla, south of D. M'Allester's appllication. 13. J...

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CBICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

CB1CKET. A match was played on Wednesday after noon between tihe Adelphians and the ab originals. The following are the scores : ADELPHIHAS. H. Findley, b A. Chase ........................ 13 IR. Quail, run out .............................. 2 It. Gordon, bowled T. Johnson ............ 3 A. Kinna, b T. Johnson ..................... 7 G. Woodgate b T. Johnson .................. L. Bishop, run out .......................... . J. Gordon, b T. Jolhsoni ............ . 0 W. Hosea, b T. JTohnsbon .... ......... W. Hayman, c Prince Albert, b T. John son ....................................... 4 F. Hailey, b T. Johnson ..................... I W. Payne, not out.............................. 7 Sundries........ ...................... 17 Total .............. .................. S ABORIGINALS. R. 3?Leod, b H. Findley.................... 11 Prince Albert, b R. Quail ................. 3 E. Moffat, b H. Findley ..................... 3 J. Hayes, b It. Quail .................. . 0 A. Chase, b L. Bishop...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 March 1882

A. Mnecacthir & C4o., 7' SALESMEN, 4oV0ernnlenlt lAuctionlleers t Valllttors and Arbitrators, "iliuin?' and lMoney Brokers, .AND GENERAL COMMIESION AGENTS. /A UCTION SAT.?S of CATTLE, .. AORRES, PIUS, DRIODUCE, LAND, ac., held overy SATURDAY at our Vars it M'.illan-stareet.? BAmnonAJ ..aRt Rarrnr, the nlast Thursday in each month, Sand at SAr. , MAarrA and STRATFroB when -onmissioned to do so. Account Sales and cash proceeds paid over immediately salesare concluded. Our Agent at Bruthen is Mr. John Ar elibhld.c ~ ? HlEII. undersignemd have been appointed ..., agents for the Liverpool, London and ,eGloe Fie' and Life Assurance Company, and are prepared to reecive proposals or to grant receipts for premnimns on existing policies. A. lACAliTHUll & CO. i airnsdale, 6fth February, 1881. ,1one41y. ?'? E 'under?signed, as agents for the un dermontioned. Somieties, are prepared to LoEND-MONEY at the lowest current :rates, in sims '?f ftrom £100 to .£10,000. M., liodern Pertm...

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