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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 April 1882

The shiii'onli ,iiOf ilolirm,:n in t to li.e ;lesinfheh, by lhe Um:,.m ,, Ist Mhit in,' nll. lsist rf aI, ) pritle eairasls nf she,,p prod.ed hi the \est,*rn district. On 2t.h tMay th,. ltlre opa will take f)Otl erliEr ,s. Thie AIi strailinn l'rozil Ml eat Compaty is determinled to deserv. A iiner annied Deoney fell dwsn the blance -shlfit t the Royal Snxon's cinire, Wnterlooe , lner Benaufort, on uolesdlnay night.. The dilstace hlie fell IIG nbouit S oft. One of his legs was "inied, and hie received other scrious lt]j'e wscllrca loEllc ilo •lo ioutfuri, foreoery is thought to be Iorg.e famil" . '-,iiarrilednlan with a A Mirs.'Evrett, ar Iles em . ._hours, N?w South Wales, wasitn Wednesday thrown out of a carlt by n young horse halting, and her head was cul open to the bone for a length of six inches. It is feared she will not recover. Ste was - on veyedil toEchuea in one of the ile oamna and ])eniliquin- ompany's trains, and is now under doctor Os borne's enre at the Riverino ll"di...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 April 1882

WANTED, to charter a BOAT. ansit able for cnrrying Hop Poles. Apply to C. SWAN, Coummercial Stores, UairnsdaIle. W ANTED, ny qianlilty of POTTED IIUTTEIR. Iighesl pIrice given.-T. G. POTTOx, Melbourne Cash Store. rT ANTED, a BOY, about IS or 14, gonu rally useful. Apply MIr. DAILSEN. TTtT ANTE IION1ES in any quantity, lelivereld alt Upper Jetty. Clyde. Iink. Apiply P. N. G0lANT, Ilairnsdalo. TENDERS WATEID, returnablU by thle Ist. iMay. for 10,000 SlOP POLES, delivered at thle Itackwater. Tondorors mlay oitlher contract for quantities of 5000 or th1 full numlbioir F>qIirud.-PF . W. DLrTII, Strusn, 3rd April, 18S2. aiunibo andil flgaslriiuidlu. Gold M1iinug <os4pnpnm, No Lialiility. Store Crock. T ENDEIlS will to recived ait theo olico iof thle romlpalen, Mlin-st., Ilnirnsdalo. up to Tliuroilna. the thli Miy, 1882, for iSINKIN1S a SIAFT oni tlhe coupany's groundl to ilo'pth of 7) foet. Inoro or loaa. 110 Per oliidilnltiotns. Sliscidtiatott ai't he siri at thli ollhiro o...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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CHAMPION SWIMMING MATCH. SYDNEY, 23rd April. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 April 1882

CHAMPION SWIMMING M.ATCH. SYDNEY, 23rd April. The swimming match between M'In doe, of Melbourne, and Corbett, of Sydney, for the championship of Austra lia, for a distance of 1000 yards, took place on Saturday at Sley's Baths in the presence of 500 spectators. The weather was fine and the water smooth. Both men plunged simultaneously, but M'Indoo made a better shoot and got a slight lead which he increased to two yards in the first lap. Corbett mis judged his distance in turning, and had to go back to touch the rope. This gave M'Indoe 3 yards more, and Irom that point to the end of the race hecoun tinued to increase his lead, winning by about 70 yards; time, 16 minutes 10 seconds. M'Indoe swam a very bad course, and it is evident that no swim mer in New South Wales is able to ap proach him.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 April 1882

A'Tl'EMP'I'ED ]i MURDER AND SUI CIDE IN MELBOURNE. The people in the neighborhood of the central portion of Rlussell-street, Melbourne, were thrown into a state of the greatest excitement on Sunday, con sequent upon learning that a most determined effort had been made by a Hungarian named Arthur Sieber, for merly employed as an attendant in the Austrian Court of the Melbourne Inter national Exhibition, to murder a young girl named Elizabeth Maher, the niece of the proprietor of the Exford lihotel, which is situated at the corner of Rus sell and Little Bourke-streets. Sieber had been living at the hotel, where the girl was employed as a barmanid andt housemaid for the last 18 months, dur ing which time lie showed her marked attention. While shite was engaged making the beds upstairs in the hotel ai few minutes before 12 o'clock Sieber fol loweds. her fromt roomt to room. Becom ing frightened at htis manner, site was about to run downstairs, when, he dragged her into his roomt, locked...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOUNTAINEER Q.M. COMPANY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 April 1882

MOUNTAINEER Q.M. COMPANY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir,-Referring to the allcged grievance of your correspondent in Saturday's issue auent payment of his calls in the Mountaineer Quartz Mining Company, for his information I would refer him to the Mining Campanies Act 1871, sec. 14, chapter 50, in which it says, ' when a call shall have been made, notice of the day when it will be payable, and of the place for payment thereof, shall be published mt the Gazette, in a daily newspaper published in Melbour',,. and in one or more papers cir culatinp' locality whereint the registered office or L. - company shall be situated." Having done all this, and more, I think coti sidering the eripense of advertising, and the comparatively few shares held in the Bairns. dale district, that. the noticesgiven are ample, and that your correspondent has very little reason to complnin.--I ram, Ac., S. lRAKOWSKI, Manager. April 22, SS2.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 April 1882

Latest Intelligence, fBY ELECrMOi TELEGRAPHI ] (FROi OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Monday Evening. A centenarian named Dougal Mac Intyre, an old resident of the Loddon distriot, died near Inglewood to-day at the age of 106 years. He has been bed-ridden for a considerable time. In consequence of the existence of typhoid fever in a dairy at Richmond, and the prevalence of the disease in the locality, the Board of Health has ordered the local dairies to close to prevent the spread of tihe disease through the sale of unwholesome milk. At the Criminal Conrt this morning, M'Carthy, a publican at Emerald Hill, was sentenced to 8 years' imprisonment, with solitary confinement, for shooting his wife with intent to do her grievous bodily harm, on the 1st March. At the expiration of his sentence he is to find securities for his good behaviour in the future. The prisoner has still to answer a charge of criminally assaulting his own daughter. Miss Southern is progressing favor ably. No fres...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 April 1882

Il11I14)"CA.N NEW~S, l~xs Api '1 .\ih U ulc,'1a r w r imt it is~u ut 1 poh~o irouar il Ilhul i !o till guitauot o Ow otosalnlarr it tha Ioltv oho tt" h ttlrcro 1111klvvlitpot'tals T o t`1;1 i t1 \, .Iv.' I~l'~ l i, 11 Ow tala,, '011111,11,i~t ,v11 tll~ltl~ i d l;'llý t M'.i Owing to thewidespread dissatisflaction that ohas bec expressed ns to the admin istration of Irelan.l, the Cabinet In hadl the question na ler serious consideration lately. It is new announced that in portnnt departmental changes will be made. Another meeting has been held to pro mote the Great International Fisheries Exhibition, to he held in 1883. H.R.1I. the Duke of Edilnburgh presided, and announced that the Queen would inaugu rate the Exhibition. Sir Henry Parkeos, the Premier of New South Wales, who was amongst those preseant, and took part in the proceedings, spoke in support of stimulating the neglected Australian fishelies. Dr. Charles Robert Darwin, the great naturalist and author of the theory of natur...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, April 25, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 April 1882

The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, TItURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairasdale, Tuesday, April 25, 18S2. PAnLIAE.mNT will re-assemble to-day to enter upon the business of its last ses sion, and we believe that in the history of this colony no approaching session has been viewed with the inlitflerenco and lack of interest which marks the advent of the one upon which our legis lators enter to-day. It is true that during the recess, collectively and indi vidually, the political heads of the various departments, by their actions and manner, proved their incapacity to control the affairs of the departments administered by them, and in conse quence prognostications were freely indulged in that they would be tried and condemned immediately the session con moneed, but latterly opinions have taken a turn, and it is ndw believed that Sir Bryan O'Loghlen and his colleagues will see the session out. This change of opinion has not been engendered through any tokens of repentance on the part...

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GAZETTE NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 April 1882

(1A/.XITPE NOTIiiFtICATONS R olwl l l I in l 11,i11.+Iu lr 11P 1111 H11,0F, 11.1 1+""ý, 1gy~ i111,1 II l lý %'1pý 1,r1 tr t pý1 16 1 \, lm' A1i1 James Lowington, ,17a, Cobungra; Thomns Gilmre, Otn, Cobungra; Thomas Lewing o, 20a, Cobungrn. Ilo Trnsfer Aprved.Crnlhs Perr. gout azod WtllVmn Johnson to Cornelius t't? lergost a11 JInes ThomIpso,?, 20,0O?, 'to'u Oroggin. Th Courts.-Sittings of courts it this dis. trct will tbe held as under:--Genero Se.s siots, floirnodate, W ednesiday, 17th -oty County Court, ]Bairnsdale, am0o day ; County Court, Omo~, Tuesday, 29th August ; Court of Alines, Omco, sa0e day.

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 April 1882

GENERAL NEWS. The total amount paid away in stakes over the late AJ.C. meeting in Sydney was £7710. Scoboleff is said to ibe the great grand son of a Scotchman named Scobell. The cost of the administration of the Education Act last year was £632,000. A valuable discovery of tin is reported to have been made on Messrs. Armstrong's station, near Albury. Typhoid fever has made its appear ance at Dandenonog. It is reported to be spreading rapidly at Adelaide. Dr. Beaney was offered £500 to give a false certificate of death in the case of Weatherhead. He refused. The Commnissioner of Police has de termined to enforce the order re shaving in the police force. Mr. E. E. Jones, well-known in sporting circles, has made the sensational wager of £50,000 to £100 against Naviga tor for the MIelbourne Derby and Gudarm for the Cup. The Surveyor-General of Adelaide has returned from England, where he was makinginquiries re water boingmachinery. During the voyage of the s,s. Coto pazi from London a ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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OMEO POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1882. (Before Messrs, Easton and Rodgers, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 April 1882

0.I0E POLICE COUIj. -' FRIDAY, APRIL 21. 1SS2. (Before Messrs. Easton and Rodgers, Js.P.) J. R. Rawson v. Jens Hanson.-Aetion to recover possession of a bullock valued at £e. J. RIt. Rawson deposed : On the Sth inst. I went to defendant and asked hint for the bullock which he had in his plmddock. Ho said the bullock belonged to MIr. Rodgers. I asked Mr. Rodgers, who told me he had no claim on it. Saw the bullock in Hanson's paddock on Saturday. Told Hansen Rodgers did not claim the beast. Hansen then said the fence had been broken and that I ought to pay for it. To defendant : I did not give you a written notice that I claimed the beast; I told you verbally that I claimed the bul. lock. and yout refused to give it tup to me. You stidl there was its damage to pay that tie bslloek had done to the fence. Baught it about six months ago fromt Worsley-exebanged a red one for it. You told me that you had turntedl the bullock out of tilhe paddock and: that he .hod broken in angain.-By the B...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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CENTRAL RIDING ELECTION. THE CANDIDATES AT LUCKNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 April 1882

CEN'1'RAtL IIDING ELECTION. THE CANDIDATES AT LUCKNOW. On Saturlay evening Lunckncw was honored with a visit from the four candidates now engaged in wooing the r tepayets of the Con tnel riding for a sent in the liairnsdale Shire Council. Mr. James Jackson was tihe first to open the ball, at Phillip?s' hotel, where, under the chairmanship of IMr. Blowker, ho delivered a very fair address. lie touched upon various subjects of interest to the rateplayers, and said hie was in favor of thle Central ridinig being dividei. In reply to Mr. Smallman, ihe said he did not consider the occupation he had recently entered upon would pollute the Mitchell river. Several other questions were put to and anowerel by the candidate, arld at the close a motion of confidence in Mr. Jackson was proposed and declared carried, enothier proosition exprcssing the unfitness of the candidate as a representative hraving been previously put and lost, Mr. F. W. Droverman was givent an aru. rilence at Cease's hotol...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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THE PAYNESVILLE REGATTA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 April 1882

THE PA1YNESVILLE REGATT. ro THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISERg. bir,--WVith reference to.the Amateur Sail. ing Race at the late Paynesville Regatta, I beg, through the medium of your paper, to inform those who are immediately concerned and the public generally that the committee of the above regatta have disqualified the three boats sailing in the Amateur Rlace, viz., the Maid of Erin, the Hlenry Riley and the Barwon, the first for being entered by, and the two latter for being manned by, profm. sinoals, the race being intended solely for amateurs. There was but one other boat started, and as she gave up before finishing the race, the prize money will thus revert to the funds of the regatta. By the insertion of this yeou will greatly oblige.-Yours An., JOHN J. 2PRINLEY, Hon. See. Paynesvillo Regatta.

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LAST NIGHT'S MEETINGS AT SHIRE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 April 1882

LAST XIG5IVS ~55L'Tia(5S AT SIKISSIt StALL. ~ili. buss Csstssstt 0 epiesi the chair last isight. wississ is swsswsicsi tssees ss'es asisirsiseesi by Mssssrss. t)reesrteaee. daises l'e's'tsr aissi ss~sls A. aster. ~tr. Jisekisiss eisis~sssi. es'sss hut situ list e~iaiu s~eiiah. ~'slr. lirisset'. essissa s~ssske at his tcaistor esaitesisisis saitit Ibis ceasseul sehess h~s 55ies4itssi ti.ss assist hstssly titissi isv thss lists Cr. l'sitts'r. liii seistiesi liii isisiltissiess us heuiesie thai. the sithiur s'is5iiiiiaii's s'sitsiwlisil isa sitilsaiss sissitiets ts~ tissir itissiusit. lisa5 lies isis stisietissit sssiii iserstiussa assiss iii liii istitis esist titisititi. list asissittil uses's) this lii. sissislisits lississis ilisisissi with isasisig isisis tisisis. asuitesis ississli etisisisetsis issssitaisitsiiisssi 55555 lltsisltsis'is tit' tue usisisui, ittissi isitlitlisiti itiiii\i5s'si sits i'ssilisliitiiiitssis iii hut Suits hits sessiss sititit's, ci it isisa a Siest stiti...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE COONGULMERANG MAILS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 April 1882

OIRIGINIAL COIRRiESPOND)ENCE, THE COONGULIIERANG MiAILS. TO TIIE EDITOR OP TIIE ADVERTISER. Sir,-The thanks of the residents of Coon gulnerang are due the Adrertiser for its spiirited advocacy of a eiange in our present vexatious mail service, and I am sure we all feel very much indebted to you for your able chlampionship of our cause, for it catnot be denied that tihe arrangements now in force not only cause groat deal of nnocessary inconvenience but etntai much loss of vahe. able time on the part of those living here. Indeed, one or tWo persons oxcepteld, I know of no one to be found in this vicinity who approves of the present time table. I see, however, that the Yielper, after following in your woke and backing up your structures, has, for the thousandth time, or thereabouts, situltifled itself by denouncing to-day what it approved only a week ago. Now, the greatest good to the greatest number shoauld be thei policy of every man, and he who would placate the few at tmhe expense ...

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

notice. Furniture Warehouse and Undertaker. Established 1S61. J AMES T'PAYLOIR begs to return thanks P to the inhabitants of liairnsdale and surrounding districts for the liberal patron ago bestowed on his nlate father. Robert Taylor, and begs to inform them that he will continue the business as Joiner, Cabi. netrnaler, Undertaker, &e.; All orders entrusted to him will receive prompt attention, and prices will be strictly moderate. N.B.-All kinds of Furniture to be had on the time.payment £rstenm. Valuations made of either House P'ro party or Furniture, &e. - . T JAMES TAYLOR. Bairnsdale, 3rd February, 18S2. (For many yeasr with the late Robt. Taylor) Joinier, Cabinetmaker and . Undertaker, 54 Main Street, Bairnsdale, Opposite iMr. Grose, s?udldler, B EGIS to inform the inhabitants of Ilairns. dale and surroandaling district that lhe has commenced as above, and trusts that by strict attention to business, combuined with moderate charges, to merit ai shaire of public ...

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

A. z,: c rt iu. & , Co., CATTLE SALESMEN, Covernillent Alttiollei-rs Valuantors andi Arbitirators, 1ilnn and Money lBrokers, AND GENEIRAL COMMISSION AGENTS. A UCTION SALES of CATTLE, HOuSES PIGS, PIIOD)UCE, LAND, &Ac., hold every SATURDAY at our Yords in t'Millan-street, BAINSoDALE, at Bauvnzx the last Thursday in each month, and at SALE, ArFFrnA and STRATFORD when conmmnissioncd to do d,. Account Sales and n:, proceeds paid over immediately-sales aro.cocluded. Our Agent at Bruthen is 11r. John Ar chibald. . 1oney . TH Hfindoroaigned, ns agents for-tho un d rinentioned Societies, are prepared to LEND MONEY at thei lowest current rates, in sums . Ifront .£100 to £10,000. ModlernPerncsnont Bluilding Society. Colithlil' utulinl ielfl Assurnnee Sselety. LlI crlpos and Glo be Ilnsurance Company. And also 'for several large capitalists in 1lelbourne. A.M'A. and Co. are also com missioned to assist borrowers to build resi dences by advancing money as the work proc?ods: - , ...

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

BATT'S HOTEL BAIR] SDALE. ]l-lS superier Hotel is now open for the - reception of Tourists, Colnmercial gentlemen and Families. Visitors to the Iakes can be osure of first-class accommoda tion at 13: t's hotel. Commodious Private Sitting Rooms. Commercial Room. Sample Rooms. Billiard Rloom. Hot and Cold Baths. Good Stabling. Wines and Spirits, best quality. Conveyances meet all the steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of tihe Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Conv cyansces. COBB AND CO.'S Telegraph Lint of Royal M.ail Coaches (In connection with the Vict. Railways) SEAVE the Booking oftfice, liatt's lHontel, lfain-street, Bairnsdale, for Sale and intermediate places daily (Sunday's excepted) at 10 a.m. FAIrS :- " 8. d. Bairnsdnle to Sale (single) ... 0 10 0 Return Conches leave the railway station, Sale, immediatoly on the arrival of the morn lag train from Melbourne, at ].15 o'clocki , reaching lBairnsdale at 7.50 .p.m. idaily (Stn days exceepted). ,. e try information regarding fares, &...

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NOTICE OF PARTNERSHIP. To Our Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 April 1882

NOTICE OF PARTNERSHIP. To Our Subscribers. iir..T. 1V. BAKiIER having been admitted as a liartner into the News paper and .Th?b Printing business connected with the '' BAI1NSDAII AnyEnsTvtsln," the business will henceforth be conducted under the style or firm of Mennell, Baker and Co. It will be the care of the new firm' to use everyI endeavor to liromptly execute all orders for .Tob Printing entrusted to them, and in view of the largely extending bosi ness being. done in this department, the firm, by adding to their already extensive plant, are preparing to mi'et the inc-easing strain on this branch of their business. T he " BAIRNSDALE ADVERTISEIt" has, since its adrent, been acknowi ledged as the ,medium for adver tising in the Bairnsdale, Bruthen, Tambo, Omeo, Buchan and other districts, and for the purpose of relieving the pressure on its space through the inmmense number of public announcements with which they are favored, the proprietors are making arrangements for the immedia...

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Commercial. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 April 1882

Commercial?. tItttllSlkitNLtl? IV Stit IK TL~litKETL" ,Mhnwhy, A|pril 94, Alatym Ah St~uwarti anf,,r Co, report :- We ywhat over uatt i hew f tten ofhNtt uate.Th lcshnttlott were leased tmtu t talu ito.% conshionttk€ io thetU \ condiittion ,r Avanbt cowts ito forwr\\B coditmt at £4 ?es; Mr. Yateos' steelors at £3 1ls ; Mr. Ilollenson's cows at £1 Is ; Mr. Fountain's cows at £3 per head ; lot ?tirs slme owner at £2 2s ; lot young cattle at £1 3Is; anld snumirous other lots at reserves. Good. conditioned cattle are most in demand, as they will stand the winter without. any risk Ilullocks lit to be liput on for feeding off anld sale in the spring will sell readily at former quotattons. HIorses.-We htad about 20 head yarded, many of which sold at good prices, from £3 10s to £16 per head. l'igs.-~1Vo had none yardnd, but during the wook our poens have beeoon fall of that class of stock, most of which have been sent on to 3lclbourne. -100 bheand were bought by a local butchetr uitl per he...

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