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BAIRNSDALE

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Originally appearing in Volume V03, Page 225 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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BAIRNSDALE, a town of Tanjil county, Victoria, Australia, on the Mitchell river, 171 M. by rail E. of Melbourne. Pop. (1901) 3074. It lies near the head of a lagoon called Lake King, which is open to the sea, and affords regular communication by water with Melbourne. In the district, which is chiefly pastoral, there are several goldfields, with both alluvial and reef mining. The town has tanneries, and cheese and butter factories. There is an active shipping trade with Melbourne in maize and other grain, hops, fruit and dairy produce.
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