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STOCK AND STATION REPORT. Tuesday, May 23. Messrs. DAL. CAMPBELL and Co. report:— [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 May 1882

STOCK AND STATION IREPORT. Tucesdeay, May 23. 3l ssrse. I)AL. CAMPIEIL tand Co. report : Sltre Cattle.--T'Iiel i it golo demanllld for thli duscrillplion of stolk, and really good lots if I lnIl I-year ohl Iullocks meet it ready snlla, Store Sbiep.L - n-11'h? illrvU IrIIcumero8IR inqlirjie for rod youngIIII wethrs both in Itiverirr and Viictorira ~ilso for owes in lamb in Iliverinra; n?nl now thlt trhu drought has broken uip we xpect it brisk business to be dote in all drlrwri?l orts of tili stock. W\V would ask our frielnd lto favor ius with Inrticulara of the sheep they will have for sale, delivery after shearing, as such are now being sought after.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Commercial. MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. Tuesday, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 May 1882

Commercial. MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. Tuesday, May 23. .Messrs. CAMPrELL, PRATT and Co. (lr.te MI'Culloch, Camphell and Co.) report : Morses.-The week's sales have been well up to the average, and a good turnover made. Our sales have been :--Buggy pairs. £12 to £60; superior saddle and horness horses, £27 to £50; ordinary sorts £8 to £14 coachers and omnibus colts, £16 to £20; Indian horses rather dull and few offered, soles from £15 to £21 ; e::tra heavydrughts £40 to £45 ; other clahses £18 to £22; country horses sold at £12 78 Gd, £1i 10s aid £21 Is Gtl per head each lot respectively.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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THE SNOWY RIVER FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 May 1882

':T EI SNOWY RIVER FERRY. , . Matters are in an unsettled state in connection with the Snowy River ferry, in consequence of the Tambo Shire Council having declined to continue the subsidy of £20 per annum formerly given by the Bairnsdale shire towards the working of the ferry, and the con , comitant withholding of the Govern ment subsidy of a like amount. Mr. Josiah W. Heath, the worker of the ferry, has forwarded the following letter, addressed to the auctioneers of the dis trict, which we willingly insert, placing, as it does, his views on the subject before the public, and the action he will be necessitated to take: "Gentlemen,-I choose the columns of a newspaper to address you, as although you are tllhe persons most directly interested, there may be others with, whom I am unacquainted who might think what I ray of some impor tance. I am the ferryman at the Turn back crossing on' the Manaro road, and up to February 15, the date of the severance of the newly-formed shire of Tambo,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 May 1882

W ANTED, 100 good Pick and Shovel MEN. for .the Tambo Valley rond works. Work: will-commence on Monday, 20th inst. For pnrticolors, etc., apply to MOSES WHITE, Contractor. Bairnsdalc S1th May, 1882. = OREMAN reqiired for nqw Hop"Plan .1 tation, Briagolong.-: Apply, withteos timonials, to Wax..Fon?S,; Briagolong.J FELBOURNE CASH STORE ?j a . buyer.of any quattity of first-class HONEY.-T..G. POTTON . ITANTED. TEAM to load for Dargo. V I Immediate despatob.. Apply" C. SwAN, Commercial Stores. W? ANTED BONES in any quantity, delivered at Upper Jetty, Clyde hank. Apply F. M. GRANT, Bairnsdale, T ENDERS wanted for splitting a'nd carting 800 POSTS and 1750 RAILS. Specifications to be seen at the ofice of the BAIrNasnALE AnDVERTISER. 1?nilr'lls(alle Itaclu?u l Club. 4 MEETING of the connmnittee of the . above Club will be held at Burt's Mitchell Hotel THIS AFTERNOON at throo o'clock. Business--General. 11. M. WEST. lion. Secretary. I Mchool bIsitl'et, 'No. 79O. 'The Shiro of ltai'nsdale, Ce...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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THE NEW LOVE AND THE OLD. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882

THE NEW LOVE AND THE OLD. Thero, speak in whhipers; fold mo to thy tseart, Deorlovol br I bsvo roamed n weary way ; Bid my vassa terrors with thy kbl depart! Oh, I heavo been tmo g thie dead to-dny, Attid, like a pilgriso to some snortyr's shrsoe, Awed with tlht eoriesi that crowd sy brhio, Fearing soy voicej woo thoe chrm of thline; Tell mos thou livest, lovest, yet again. Not along gooaes, but letters, old ooit dim, Yellow anl preious. haove I toucheds the past, Rteorent on l prayerlol as we Cheat the haymn Among tile ablies whloro saints tilolr shadows east ; Reodlinss dear names on fdled leaves that lmre Wereors wwoo soills fsstsidisgs treoouloss, and fond, Tlshse dtrosned in plolshiog ofo tender tear, Or wcith1 death's tresslslo pointing otile bhoond." And, lovs, titre came a flutter of wldite wings, A stir of snowy robse from out tise deop Of utter silence, as I read tile things I tslasd to trace beforo I learned tn woeep; And Ilteso, woswo O clatOp 1wa msoge lonss ago, Cane s...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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HISTORICAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882

HISTORICAL ITEMS. MIagellan Straits were first entered in r520. California was ceded to the United States M~ay 20, 1848. Napoleon Bonaparte was made King of Italy March Sr, tSo5. The sacking nf Rome by the Gauls under Brennis took place in 389 B. C. President McMahon of France rejected the offer of a ten years' term in 1873. Stamps for taxation were invented in Hol land in the Seventeenth century. The act which abolished slavery in the State of New York ten years after date was passed in I8r7. D'Arnay says table linen was very rare in England in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth centuries. teorgn II.'s Queen, Charlotte, died in t818; the King himself died blind and mad in 1820. The United States Congress met at Wash ington for the first time in 18oo, on November 1Tth. The.disease called small-pox first made its appearance in 54 ; measles in 563; and whooping cough in r65o. Charles Carroll of Carrolltown, long the last survivor of those who signed the United States Declaration of Indepen...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MARRYING FOR MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882

MARRYING FOR ONEY. There is a notion current that men very often marry for money; but, in fact, snuchl marriages are rare, at all events among Eng lish-speaking people. By a man's marrylug for money we mnean his marriage with a woman who is unattractive to him except in point of fortune. Dr. Johnson pointed out that where such marriages occur the man looks only at the fortune, and keeps steadily out of view attendant drawbacks. Most men are endowed with too much sense to contract marriage under such conditions. They know too well that the play will not be worth the candle. Rich men and rich women ordinarily view matrimony very differently. A rich man having found the woman who suits him, rarely troubles hinmself much as to whether she heartily reciprocates the afelc tion he entertains for her. It is enough for him that he loves her. With the woman it is quite otherwise. She is continually raia ig the qeastion vhether he really loves her for herself, and thus, if she really cares for...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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SAM SPERRY'S PENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882

SAML SPERRY'S PENSION. For more than two years it was the joke of Bloomington Centre--that bright hope, that idle dream, that fond delusive fancy, known, as "Sam Sporry's pension." The wits who congregated in tile bar-room and grocery of the Bloomington Centre post olfco sometimes had only a and consciousness of futility in their test efforts; the column of facetim ill the local newspaper frequently palled on the osenses; but Sam Sperry's lank and stooping figure as he descended faith fully, twice every week, from his lone homo on the distant mountain, to "learn the noews from Woashington," bore with it an aroma of never-failing interest and diversion. " Any 'ficial doklkermonts arrived for me ?" Sam was accustomed to inquire, on entering the post-office, with an air of ill-concealed consequence; and on being answered in tlhe negative, the look of sudden surprise and in credulity which overspread his features was always as (resh and real as if it had been during the first six months...

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Tales and Sketches. THE STORY OF AN OLD COAT. AN ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN STORY. IN TEN EPISODES. I. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882

THE STORY OF AN OLD COAT. AN ANOLO-AUSTRALIAN STORY. IN TEN S'ISODEl. Of course themr was a time when the coat ses now. We shall go farther baok even tino that, and spoak of a period when it had no ecistonce, ere oven the ideetook possesieon of tue narrow brain of stingy old James Gols worthy to invest five pounds of hsis beloved monc in a warm garment, of excellent qoali . w'01rewith to protect his lean carcass from tisb chills ofDecembe, It wma Decesober to Cribble otreet, Mile End, London, E., as well as in Curzon street, Mayfoir, WV. Around the mansions of the wealthy and refined, the crel, snow.laden blast howled in impotent fcry, because it could not shake tise massive doeec or make tue heavy , tghtly-fittiog win. leesY rattle. When it discovered sey chinkand contrived to sneak through insidl. ously, thick curtains barred its way, rich carpets checked it, blazing fires warmed it, cc equable temperature absorbed it. The bitter herald of a hard winter had to content itself with ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, May 30, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882

The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, TIIURSDAY A'D SATUODAY MORNING. Baitrsdale, Tuesday, May 30, 1882. THm Minister of Lands introduced into the Assembly on Thursday .nighit a "moneasure for continuing amid amending the Laud Bill of 1869." Whils ad mitting the desirability of such a mea sure being brought forward and debated," we, at the same timne, agree with tihe Opposit;on members whb objected to the introduction of the mens'ire thus early in the session, that there are weighty reasons to urge against such a bill being roushed hurriedly into the chamber'before the country has had time to become thloroughlly acquainted with its provisions. The first reading was, however, proceeded with, and the second reading has been made an order of the day for to-day's sitting. Judging from'the tone adopted by Mr. Mirams and other members on thie Opposition side of the House, and the threats indulged in, not only will a lengthy debate ensue, but, so far as tihe forms and privileges of Parl...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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NOTICE OF PARTNERSHIP. To Our Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882

NOTICE OF PARTNERSHIP. ::To Our Subscrijbers;.' ' :"Air. J ?TV. BAIiER having been , "adrid;ted "a a pnrrtnor into tleNeis?w - :ioatper: and Job P~rin :in'g business conni~ected.. wi thC te " BAINDAL? S Aavvs'msEnr : t hei- Blsinetss wUill henicefor lh be coiduicted ~ nlder t he s etyle or fi rin of ~lfennell, .Baker S.and Co. : . " It will be' the care of the neew -fir to use. eveqr Ij endeavor to p iro?iitlt execute all ordters for Job Prilnting entrusted to tlh.m, aid in . v'cw of the largel extenlirg bulsi-: ,ness being dclone in thist depa.atmei,.; ,t.il?Jrm, 6 adding to theire already e•tensive ,1jlairt, are preparing to m: eet the inc-easing astrain onthis iraonch of their business. :" S:Thes" flAIJNSBDAL ADvEn?TIBxan" hse, since its advent, been acknoiw.- . ledged as the mneditum /or atlier ising in thlte Boairnsdale, Brutithen, Tamnbo, Oico, il?cltrhii ltnd other districts,) and for tire uiir'Jose of: releiing the pIresstre onl its pacea Ithrogh tlhe ih eisenimt l umber 'of...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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FRIDAY NIGHT'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882

FIIDAY NIGIIT'S CONCERT. Tile concert given by our amateurs on Friday night in aid of the local Rowing Club was not, we are sorry to say, well attended, but this was in a great measure due to the inclemency of the weather, the earlier part of the day having been exceedingly wet. It was much to be regretted, as the club cer tainly deserve a better support than thalt accorded them on tile occas;oni. Howv over, when they again cater for the public's favors, we hope they will be better patroniscd. Tile programme, which was a lengthy one, was carried through very successfully by thlose ladies and gentlemen who answered their en gagements; but of those whlose names appeared on tile programme no less than five were absentees, althloughl this was no fault of the committee. A word to tile wise is enoughl I and we would therein advise them not to break faith with thIe public in this respect. Miss Goold opened the programme w:th the piano solo "Blair Athol," and both.for this and hlier subsequ...

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A NEW EL DORADO. [MINING CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882

A NEWV ELI, DI)ORADO. [MCsMnG CIHRONICLE.] K meeting was held lately at Sand liurst, at which abunt ten geoutlemen were present. Mlr. - occupied thle chair, and, in explaining the ob ject of the meeting, stated that he wams not well versed as to the nature of the business to be transacted, but doubt less, his friend who had the malhge ment of tile business would be able to explain matters. The Chairman's F iend heroe ose and stated that, about seoven moutha ago, a numbei, of Snndlhurst specula tors, having heard from a Iprospector thatthere was a good reef awating to be opened up in Ophir, New South Wales, formed themselves into a cofmi pany. for the purpone of Workiing the reef.' The prospectsr wUnt to Sydney, in company with u:an inforlunnt, wlio was to plilit;"'out to thie prospecton wloi'o the reft, 'vitd.: Thie gentlemon preselnt;werenciw desirous ot learning what .tlhe, prospector had .dlone in the matter, and also td receive an accounimt as to hoiW the imon- suhbsdribod by th...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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H.M.S. PINAFORE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882

On Saturday night, thie Juvenile Pin afore Company gave their first perform nuce of Gilbhert nuld Sullivan's popular nsdl spirited opera bouffe " Pinafore " at Payne's Royal Assembly Hall. The fame of this company of talented juveniles preceded Ihem to Ilnirnsdale and it was niot a mntter for surprise tlhat tihe cur tain was rung up to a Ibrilliant house, the largere halnl being literally cranunoedi in all p rtls. andl mniy being disapipointed in gaininig aldmission. Our old friend, Mr. IInrry Stanley, who has severedl hIis connection with Rainer's panorama is the enterprising caterer for the amuse. ment of tihe public whl, has introduced the Pinafore Company to a Bnirnsdale audience, and the cordial and kiilly greeting extended to him, and the bumper house assembled oni Saturday nIight, mIust ihave proved eminently gratifying to him, and cannot have lelft him any cause to regret lie has left tlhe " picture show." Mr. Drbyshlire, who, we understand, has trAined these young proteges,...

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LEAVES FROM A JOURNALIST'S DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882

LEAVES FROI A JOURNALIST'S I)IARIY. (BY ARCHIMEDES.) "A journalist's life must be a hum drumin existence--a sort of monotonous routine productive of ennui in its very worst phase." This remark sads miadd to me by. Clgharley Bradley in an after, dinner chat, and.I found myself revolv ing it inn my ,mild in my bachelor's apartlmients soii euionthls acfterwvards, as I sat ruminating pn matters coninected with i'y profession, and: at the same time eajoying my: nocturnal pipe. "Is Chanrley's .estimate ':a .correct one?" pondered T. Well, jerhaps it. is, per haps it is not. It is true that in a multitude of journalists- there is but one Archibald Forbes, who is privileged to go through the most exciting scenes, to interview kings, to witness battles, and to pass through dangers, if not scathless, at lenat safely. But even in the vast cities of our great empire, :I venture to express a doubt whether a journalist's lifo is such a monotonous existence. T''rue it is that as a rule he walks th...

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OUR OMEO LETTER. Wednesday, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882

rOUR OMIEO LETFER. (Fno. OUR OWrN CORRESPONDaFT.) Wednesday, May 24. On Wednesday night last, a general meeting of the Omco Racing Club was held at Clittenden's.Golden Age Hotel to receive the balance-sheet, &c. Mr. H. Foster was voted to the chair. The result of the season is hIighlly satisfactory, tile Club having a balance of between £60 and £70 in hIand after payment of all liabilities. Tile bahlnce sheet was ordered to be printed, and the hen. see., Mr. W. Coughlan, was highly compli mented for the manner in whlich the affairs of the Club hiad been managed. Mr. Gray moved, and Mr. Young se condel-Thlat a Mares' Produce Stakes be instituted for a sweep of 3 soes. for the same year as tlhe Sires' Produce Stakes, 1885.-Carried unanimously. It was then resolved that those who had not paid their subscriptions be written to and asked to tdo so before the 24th1 of June, or their names would be posted. Mr. Foster suggested that an Amateur Welter Race be instituted for next year...

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OMEO PETTY SESSIONS COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 26. (Before Messrs. T. Easton and C. Rodgers, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882

OIEO iETPI'Y SESSIONS' COUIlT. SFnsnaY, MAY 26. (Before Messrs. T. Easton and t. Rodgers, Js.P.) Thomsi Jenkins and Daniel M'In tosh were charged under the 68th sec tion of the Criminal Law and Practice Statute, with having feloniously stolen and carried away certain pieces of iron belonging to Peter Forsyth, of Swift's Creek. Senior-Constable Sharpe con ducted the prosecution.-P. Forsyth on oath deposed: I am a miner residing at Swift's Creek. Know tihe accused. They live about three miles froni my place at Riley's Creek. I have a claim at Rilecy's Creek, and I use a truck on the claim. About three or four months since I removed the truck from the claim and left it on the track about 700 yards ifrom the claim, and covered it with a sheet of iron. I saw the truck about two months since. It was all right then. From something my son told me I went to where truck was about ten days since. The truck was de stroyed, broken up, and the iron work was taken away. I ?alue thetruck at £5. The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882

AO?NT FO ' THE BAIRNSDIALE ADVERTISER T?HE following gentlemon are the autho. rised agents for. the ' BAIrnDALE ADVERTISER - BR? I7llE'Y£?'2...:..................... MDis.poall. COONOTULMERANA ......G; M. Budorf. MELBOURNE .......G.....ordon k. Gtcok OMEO...............................:.. :. . . after. PAWl.TrESVILLAL...... ...........r.oT Dignyc. SWA. N ARACHI_..;...........;..A. 2Ros. &NO T'Y RIVER ....Ao...............ns. .Brn. PAIIBO CROSSING E.............J m oEry SALE ................................. L; Rost TrE PEOPLE VNT PnROOF.-'.Therc is no medicine prescribed by physicians, or sold by druggists, that carries such evidence of its esuccees and superior virtue as BoscriEE'S GE-r?.,N SYRUP for MseiM Coughs, Colds settlel on the breast, Consumption, or any disease of the throat and lungs. A proof of that fact is that any person afllicted can get a esmple bottle for 9d and try its superior edffect before buying the regular size at 4s Gld. It has lately been introduced ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882

A. Macalrthur & Co., CATTLE SALESMEN, Covernment Auctioneers, Valunators andll Arbitrators, Mlinin n1ud Monley Brokers, A.D ,ENEIlAL CO.DIJESISlON A.GETS. A UCTION SA', 'v of CATTLE, HORSES, Plt::. PRODUCE, LAND, &c., held every SA'TURDAY at our Yards in M?llillan-street, BAsNsDuaE, at BauoaN the last Thursday in each mnonth, and at Su., MAFrra? and STrtTFOnO when commissioned to do so. Account Sales and cash proceeds paid over immediately sales are concluded. Our Agent at Bruthen is MIr. John Ar chibald. Auctioueers' Notice. MI?BOST SALE. SR. O'REILLY'S coach will leave our ofeice at 11 o'clock sharp TO-IOR ROW (Wednesday). Intending Buyers who wish to avail thimselves of this con veyance must be booked at our office not later than 8 o'clock this (Tuesday) evening. No charge will be made. Visitors to the sale can be conveyed in Mr. O'Reilly's othler coaches at very onodenrte fares. A. MIACARTHIUR & CO. Mibost, Wednesday, 31st May. At 12 o'clock sharp. laqrge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 30 May 1882

]atrnsdale Clubi Hotel BAIRNSDALE. rl?HIS" superior Hotel affords superior Sacommodation for Tourists Commer. cial gentlemen and Families. Visitors to the Lakes can be sure of every convenience and information. Commodious Privato Sitting Rooms. Commercial Room. Sample Rooms. Billiard Room. Hot and Cold Baths. Good Stabling. Wines and Spirits, best quality. Conveyances meet all the steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) COnveyancee. COBB AND CO.'S Royal MIail Coaches. LEAVE Doggan's Hotel, Balirnsdalc~ for Bale at 10 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted. Return fare, 1Se. T. DUoOAl, Agent. ROBEnRTSON, WAGNER & CO. O'Reilly's TelegraphLine of Coaches, Running in connection with Cobb . Co., LEAVE the booking office, Batt's Hotel, BAIRNsDALE, for IBRUTIIEN and in. termediate plnces daily, Saturdays aol Sun. days excepted, at 8 p.m., on rrival of coach from Sale. On Sundays at 10a.m. Fare, 5S; return, 7s 6d. The above line leave the booking office, Star Ho...

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