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THE NORTH GIPPSLAND ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 February 1883

- THE' NORTH GIPPBSLIAND OR 1rdAy nlgt last, Mr. Allah M'Loan ;the senior member for North Gippsland, held a meeting in the Shire Hall,, Maffr. b The' Hall was; crowded to excess, a great ~numnler being hiunab to obtain sitting room. Mr..Carpenter was: elected to tlie -bbirnd iia few. wbll clihosen rmarlik introduced the caolidato. Mr: M'Leai on nraiiif was mdiine1w iiios6'heariy cheering. 'rcive i, itýhng tbe meeting for the flattering recption wlhigh.they.had given him, he, in a clear, intelligible, and able speech gave an account of his steward. ship, reilewing the policies n$dptedlby the different govermnents, who had been in power since he lnast stood'efore them seeking their suftrages, andl the relation ho lad borne towards them. The unbroken rounde of appluus which giretoi(hi se iitory oi the past, proved most tellipgly.:thattheo.meeting was unanimous in their approval of his career. Ho then dealt with the affairs o£~t~ fhttire,lputtinighls views before the electiire in the e...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 February 1883

Trade. Addresses. TPPIANO S c"TIME PAYMENTS ! 13CYCLES ,.' TIME ' PAYMENTS I TOBACOO, PIPES, TOYS, STA `I ERiY, ewp FANCY IOOPS, .. . . ,, ,, .. SIF YOU WAN - SGOOD PIANQS T CHAPMAN'S - TIM5 PAYMENT SYSTEM, PIANOS! An4 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Continually being openod at "C. CHAPMAN'S:.. EMJIER PIANO AND MU SIQ DEPOT,) RAYMOND - STREET, SALE... .OWREST -OSSII3B E P.RCES f TIME PAYMENTS ! TIME PAYMENTS ! TIME PAYMENTS .E. CMAPMAN. . R?mOn-erBTBEET, $s?L .... .i i.aporter? . Geran ,' PIANOS,, IRON-FRAMED PIANOS. RtIIT.IAlT A-T E.?OWFRFUI, CHEAPEST , HOUSE. LIBERAL TERMS ar INSTALMENTS SIPPSA11 i t t .?: ý ATj',i , c!`M"E .- ." :. :.' '-a_ WATCHESr,, ;O , r i' oru:: fu GO ti ttIle i...: OPTIcS, (0a) OQGAEs, S:,,:v.' '..., R,Et .., 4LE.. Educational. SALE NIGH SCHOOL, Conductedor by Mn. 'F. FORSYTH OEFFINS, late Resident AssistantMasterat Quoon's College, St Kild ; Brunswick College. Brunswick; and l'roprietor of the Rosedalo Private School THE above School was OPENED an M onday, Jan. 16th, ...

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MR. M'KEAN AT SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 February 1883

M?IL 'KEAN AT SALE. On Mondiiy evening lM~i~rt-M'Keanl jidressed a larg ,and,prderly meeting bf electors at theiVictoria' Hall in Sale.. Tho MIayor (Mr., Jesenl) occupiedtl ,th pnd explained that he came hefore his. coistituants as-his jpdges pf.deedsrdoeo. dluringtliisatoj litic?il ssewardsiip for the last two and a half 'years The .candiLtht?htlen gavage nt c ?n . hjtor.y. bf the part hI had taken in the house during the last term of' his representa ion,..andi:wasf-frequently, applauded' during his speech.; ,he also synopsisad his opinions as regards the future, audi expressed himself as in favor of his? 'bld view. "Tlih t?fedtina'ttbirniated abruptly, the hall , having1 been pre- iiously engaged, hiiad";otbb given up.

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AT SALE OF SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 February 1883

K ]1r l '. sILIBIIr, Prox AND Co. Storo 0 Fat Cattla,.Miioh S Fat an( Mtore Cattle, Miilkora and 1... ýl~j,ý. , fr, ,r.,r~ . r frýl' .ýI~ "i

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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POLLING PLACES IN NORTH GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 February 1883

:POrI) PLAQ9S IN ,NORTH I GIPPSLAND. The following is.the, list of polling placos in the olodtoral district of North Qipnslnpc3 -rBairnodaio, Coonul Inxorangi,:Tamoiho. t rutliss)!.' I~oggy Creok,"reservdd' allotmentý "No. ". 17 on tEroenrn l ', ido, it of, brllvonr,."..Dorgo; uniioinghmot iIt Swan ."Itoneh,: Toona Tlook.":,[ :.,,, .ý ",,1ý ~i ,'r. :,i,.il,!;i:+ ,:,"., i Buo cuk ]3iihari I3cndooNewlneý"-' floaA nu.-:4 oa5Cl!ler . oon rlbbiP. Oowwar, 1lynn'in Orgok;,',., ,".. ,.r ;r.,, ;;,,, . Finns.-Salo( Longford,djunotion. of Sahls..ooal~e adai~d. ,Hsyholdi roads,! 1 lý~iA~oho" Stratford, H ll'ra, lII. Liaen a,, ~rry. ]$lidgS+ WV4LUALLA.- Wallialia,: Glon maggio,. 'Jericho, i toojil,.:- Abo'rfelijy,. Seaton;, 'Storo Point (DonnshlZ'a "Creak); , o. WyO;IANoATTj%.Cirrv it, hprg0, Fni-' ,nor a Plan, ",ýargo lI'igiL Planlns, Bui ~obaoki, .

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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BRIAGOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 February 1883

I (min A. voic0i snurooxlll~~lJMB~nn'.),.,!,' ^ SOwing to the' bungling oft the MAfrcury, 'and. hisl oitilo aid deprecating attitude ofe late towards everything portaininngtb Bria'-I golong, a strbrig' feeling :bf bhotility has aarigoi aghinat itlit i papor's dictumnei Od'0 ;Liberals' aue, <,int'consequonceoiiiluc. !divided. Aftor utreatingi our' clnimaiIth railwiiy:;communictitiopn.with. utter. con 'teipt; Sale abiuptly ahkl iiirt?iboilAls to Ivoto for a candidate: they nesvr'wero con sulted aba6ht.'lIt is all right as farla Mr. Harris' itsconcrned; .:Mr,; Harris being! faiorablyklnowr since last election, will beo 'well, supported t here ;:but' .Mr;. Andrew will vdry lilely:have! to phy-'the, poiialty' forutli6 ina oflthd disciplosibf St. Luke.. The feoling prevailiig is for local: meni. 'Mr.'M'Loail may benefit by thoesplit, and'i strange to say, nobody seems to be sorry[ 'for it. Mr. M'Leana courtoous ways,; hii lkidldnses ind atteoitibh to' our. wants have made him.i...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY, MORNING, FEB. 15, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 February 1883

TUH SD^ ,M Np.N P. FlBS 1 1883 ANY attempt to arousaectariar. ranor nit whi olodoi.c cblito is to. be depiec tea a nany tiicq,bnt m, e" speoially o. jdotionable' when, the. ultimakt, objet sou lt to be; itirs'iitd/to 'it iit uo iocal representative. The time is ver favo fo ffordin an opportunity to NorthTOippaslnd to escape from the nlignifiedpositionof ibeing represet. ed i; .the ye'gtilaturei by obscure or tne ficiin'politiciais ',The evil was dooue greq:pra'tito;,,thblgrat saize ofth.eldec. torate and the mutual'jealousicaofrioo lklitie, siiid'thle lcauesi still remani iphgit~ pvq,i likeyis?e,attributhll in no iidebnhideliabli'a'legeh td tlhat'violeim whiclhrduledl tho number of loal aspiranta ffy demanding the political shliboleth of the hour from each of them. Of late the public has begun to enquire'i iwnotm erri a l'a1t~ , in `these t.akstruggles theganme was wbrtl'tl'd candleta ouhrO ý[ls?ro Is asy y" real' mieilng?,dittaohedli to the terms cals," or "conseviratives." People ...

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MR. M'LEAN AT NEWRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 February 1883

1fr._llan 31L"-n. hell a.very sue eassful meeting in Newry on Monday evoniug; , when upw rls:ofibseventy persons - were present. .?Mr...M'Lean's. exposition of the manner.in which he had: fulfilled the duties of the respon sible and important position occupied by hlin as theuit representative in Par liament for thes past three years, was received with evidont satisfaction and approvvallhy hisl'eareri,3'ho friedntly applautl d th'h- 2deliverdnccs' "of- the genior member for._ North Gippsland. His explanations as 'to his views and inlteidedjlitio6Tiniregad to nfy'inter ferenis 'witll tlel! Education -Adt as it ' present stands, met with cordial sym pathy and ,entire euonfidencc fn his: integrity of purpose.L. AsitLthis vexed question, he also explained fully and at?i?fadofily?.t heflys siti6n takelh bhyiln>? iiii-the alfair of.tho GainttaVn address. His audience were specially c9Ipli§ Inontary in acknowlcdging the per tistent anld Wuccemiful manneurin which he had assisted.,in proc...

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ST. JOHN'S HARVEST FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 February 1883

ST.,?JOH?N!S i -! H R.',VEdST.' i 'The harvest thanksgiving at tho' local "Anglican ,Curch last;; Sunday, was a fitting public doknowledg?iontof the boiiriteous harvest Jjust gathd~ideo veryi largo,; congregations . assembled. ,nornis?g' andl' eveitlnf+,11 and heartily engaged rn no,servicep of the.day, Theso were specially+ sultables proper psahns, hymns, and thanksgivins being used~ !! WVs plough the fields and scatter ,the good seed'on tli latdlde;" bein'? speaclly appropriat e, Te echurch wo beautifully decorated, and was quite a work of art" 1eAcro? `hio thechaincol"in large letters, formed of oatoand,barley, ears, upoib: a blueo ground and was, '!IHe crowneth the year with --His goodinesa/" ~High aloftma ,ia w?vheiat sheaf, while the communion tablo was laden with baskets of luxurious' fruit and, flovers. $plemdid spe". nnns Qf garden produce .were strewn* i around with sheaves of' oats and irley'. The pulpit wausprettilyg drssed with fer and .ianging frtiit;,and baitds of app...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 February 1883

ABSTRAOT OF SALES BY AUCTION • c.onnow (F asnr) the following will A sub! i toq to PuljiqiAucoion at Maflra, comnmencing at 12 o'olook noon ;-m .. '16 m JJUlloo s ýnt Q'vs, p ' good aowlsi 40 superior 'BullIbk'I '""well-lired Bullocks, 20 do Cows, 80 I" ?rTR&?{dPR," ?aV~i~~ Co.

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 February 1883

TB U"1(i' iALIaNOTIOES. ' !,ii]6cl'osa t thtb Mnftim Pdet ot o fa the fllkoidr~picoeoaluindor =i FPr Pialo ,IEoodiplo, Troa1 lon W,}alt, al~iai Tqongabbi 11. IDolhourne, Port, AlbarfI~i ra1il o, ollin[ 1 a n : lily.; Ontoo, Grantt, Darftgo etc.: daily att 12 .30 p Am. . F riT ai t?9'1ýn :lA c+rý and s a' ,Sattirdlya; atl S:~m --Briagolorlg, daily at 2.45 p.m. t+'l-Thet'pPostamfa is OPp;A'for'Al~,'oXgnm. at.8!30Qd.m.atiill8)pjm.j closinggpbbtwoon .:..alllj2. andlG. and.j IIPosto ;bnilnoass fromt 9 Dam, till Op. in. / 1 1:ý@fýýgqlo90p trriAý4knfpatmtlllI~q,,had9r:· -mohtionod placos as under: S3ciPgqilolng, p 11i,65 a.p.,daily: t ( iwlywslat1tl:3O6os:idailyl. 1),11ir. 11 t)r Stmtfotd,'t6ta.15 p.m. daily. uIHaylfeld) 8:30 a: M.s.I 'uesdays, Thurs. days, and lSaturdays.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 February 1883

BIRTH HEMPHILL. - On 12th February, at Derwent Park, Maffra, the wife of J.A. Hemphill, Richmond River, New South Wales, of a daughter.

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 February 1883

.LBOURNEE ST00E REPORTS; (BI ELRorRIa TsLcoRANp.). j', 1. , i. ::',.?n ', ?Lo,,?,ng:]. Messrs. A.M'iLan and Co. report: Fat ,a.le-1, 470 ,ead forward. rtreos idvpsocd about 20soa. last week's low tines."' l3iootbllld c aio'td'£iV1'b; good, £7 !to., ;,, ;spodiutg;aan,1?i?.ferior from. £ to £6; cows from LO 10s to. 1. Napper's bullooks. 6i1L8 12s Gd, and. cows at LG 12a 0d. i Mossrs. Ryan and Hammond report:. -Fat, 'oattle, ---1,476 wer, ponned; pne mob'..Queenaland,. and balance diYi orian ; quality medium ; few prime;. prices advanced 20s:tbo 30s. Bost pens, bullocks Lll to L12 1s ; bsot pens cows,. •Lb l 71OtoL9 2s;a:Gd. eatt S pcs -p?]0;8 odd yarded ; market brisk at'an advance, pf d ; best crossbreds 14s; best. msrino. 12s 3d. We sold" 240 fdor Mosars..Phlmor 3ros., Sale; and 260forMr. J..M'Allan, narket brisk ; Best'inde.s Moesra-Pock, Hudson and Iaynor pr' --. F.t 'Cttlo.-A rise from last; weak o,;frmn 20s.ito.30s, .and. o'beat. qualities 4Os. 'W "dold 20 "bullocks for Mr. D. H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 February 1883

EXHIBITION: HOUSE: THE .undersigned will ! offer the I ..,: balance of : . :; .. : ; P gy 'SUMM ER STOO , LADIES' and OHILDREN'S HATS, "&e., 4ra GREATLY REDUCED PICeeTs r'OLLEAR Conceeen1os will also be made in many PLAIN LINES in order to prepare for Stbck-taking. Public are requested to avail them selves of thi's favorable opoirtunity to ]ay'in suppliea. Usual Terms. ; ALEXANDER MORISON. JW. RRO LL'S GREAT C L ARTI OFIR ST- CLASS:::' AU 'S".T R'.AL A S I AN* And will be continued during the i : .?smonth ef''' .' F EB R?URY, Incl uding a :ry.-?: : LARGE PURCHASE OF - BANKRUPT STOCK hthie taIsovent Este-oI- esr. All of which is now offered at LESS THAN USUAL ,WHOLESALE GREAT ', BARGAINS ! Every DepartmentsDuring Sale, AT THE, Australasian House. FOSTER - STREET, SbALE SAMUEL LEES, F URNITUiRE DEALER And - TIMBER MERCHANT, " Jonxo -xrraErr, M.'. A F F R' A.. -- AA Orders promptly attended to.. ABOLITION OF THE FIRE TARIFF And REDUCTION or RATES Of FIRE E PREMIUMS. notice of.w...

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THE NORTH GIPPSLAND ELECTION. MR. DAVIS AT SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 February 1883

THE NORTH?IGIPP8L7AND ELECTION. . MI: DAVIS AT SALE. (Frpnm tho-itppedtsd Tiesw Fob. t,) Davis, one of the gndidates seeking bloction for North pPlnnd, addressed tihe lecto'is'- l i-t1I titoHW I Hall, the mayor (MIr. r. Jo sen)`reaidin. ViTol eln rma in-siitrqit ng re candidrate, h?i hoped they wpsud accord him the same patiedit and careful hear ing as they had thothler:iqndidates ; and as all five candidates could not be -etuiledelfc h8 .etliyhviduld crofdtlly conideie.h_ at::theof all said, and 'llct the two they thought would do most good for the district. Mr. Davie f id As welli'ecived, sakl,,*Ir. Mavox gh.-?-?!?tln ... o, csine to-nighy tbp .o -p,;s It were, 'a fresh campai n oisl.se cifli' tiih'd'jst the balance has alivayse'against me. However, I', o2 'w.lilhr. lbespeak an attentive hearsifg. 'r Tin'Aot in the best furon.f lfr pplckicyg tanigli,.gs I have been suffering.for the last few days from an att~clk bo neuralgia, and prm scarcey. l tc itfi lo fo .ffi i ydeilfyhalrd ov...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.] THE PERSONAL EXISTENCE OF THE DEVIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 February 1883

8 -COREESPONp ENflýMoodrusd ih [We do not hold ousolvsi responsible fot ~ the opiidfos of our Ciir vospoudon4.J1 STHIIE, PFRSONALEXISTENOE ,; * t;(, OF f ITEE DEV I , "i~; TO TI5 EDITOR 9BTilE OCAFA i EOcTATOi4 t- 8is Ae .Bisehop: Morhoseoe nis. publicly asked the Sceptic whgtiheb' (h? for denying the oxiotoeco'ofl the cdvil I think the Scoptio should, ini, elf de fence, be alopwd'tio give reasons r hv . it should bo dough6tl e landuhloin t?Ir y state' thatBishop Moorhouso: dooes ndtl seem to ul?du otndho moaning !}the word Sceptic when he says ho, (tlvoy Sceptic) denies positivedly the eoxistenci of his friend. ASogptio denies nothiog, positively, ihe only disbclieves" ths. positive assertions eof sq-callul o la-t! tion;, whiche;oaso temlls ehdu in soipr bablo. It ought to be sufllciont to satify 'tli6h ' orthodo? whici r?oadon fun or, against their faith pro, givon.l y the Scoptib; and'' tl{eso' re1soie .taken' from ;what .they regard a'. thld rovcalpl word of God. Now, the first ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 February 1883

Auctions. FAT AND STORE :CATTLE, VEALERS, dp. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, FEB. 10. M'LEAN and CO. will Selltr yards--, 10 Prime Fat Bullocks and Cows. 00 Grand Bullocks, large-framed; all one branud, half-fat. 80 Prime :at ?e:lei'gnor?a lsob,\ '20:Goo'd'Uow'n, quiet. 40 Suporig9B.u1ocq; je good~concli, 15 N e1-bred Bu k-'?s,`4 yrs, a?ice "-?-07-rll:brod-Cos; .......... For owner-- .F 80 Splendid Bullocks, 4 to 6 years very quet ? _t.- . _ o020 ACRES GOOil0 GR`jIN AD T - FO-t8A E -L ,AN har for, o s l.t. sale on account of 'L: 0. Smith, o.ý., of Melbourno, the propertyknoarn as THE BACK CREEK P DDOCK, Jn Tinamba, containing 1020 aeres'of'gbod Groazing Land, well. grassed and nbu dihtly.wstried iin 'tll seoaons. -Tie pro= perty is securely enolosed with iposti?nd rail, cattle, and sheeopproof fences, and is admirably situated, the survoy of the pro posed railway -to iBtirnsdale pasing through it. oThoe :a plendid supp of Red'tunmtimbar on'the propertywhich' will be extremely valuable or railway/ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 February 1883

Ooaches, &c COB1 and CO.'s COACHES leave CRITERION HOTEL SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted), arriving :at Bairnsdalo at 7.30 p.m. Fare, l0. All information, &c., at Cobb and Co.'s Office, Criterion Hotel, Salo. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. --Slale-to Mafth and-Newr*f'" - ROYAL MAIL. A COACH will RUN DAILY between . above places, leaving Newry daily at 9.45 am., Maffra 11.15 am., arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Sale on arrival of train for Maffra and Nowry. Passengers and parcels booked at the following places: Sale, T. Duggan's Criterion Hotel; Maffra, WVm. Bannister's Camdon Hotel; and at Rawlin's Newry Hotel. All parcels left for convey ance mat-lie prepaid, otherwise they wall not befor warded . 'J.. FISHER, .: Proprietor. HEYFIELD TO HAFFRA. THE Conveyance, between the above places.will be DISCONTINUED until further notice. Any pdiicels that canbe forwardedon horaback will be duly delivered.. All parcels must ...

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MELBOURNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 February 1883

MELBOURNE. (raos OOX OWN conUasronDsaNT.) Saturday. Nothiig is talked of in the city and suburbs just. now but politics,, and the turn the tide of public opinion is likely to take at the forthcoming elections. Certainly vpters have a largo aid varied selection, constitutionalists, liberals, conservatives, freeothinkers,' and indeed every grade and sect of: politician may be found amongst thol ranks of the candidates for election.: All is not beer and skittles, though with these same parliamentary .s pirants, "rotten eggs" and other such tokens of public regard are sometimes directed at the occupant of the public platform,. Dr. L. L. Smith -received; an ovation of this kind at Richmond the other evening, and in one or two' other cases the lights' have been ex tinguished out of regasfd.t the per. sonal safety of the ,working' 'man's friend. But still, like .St. P6atrick's day, an election is a matter to be.~ro membored, and if it has no better effect it stirs up the lethargic spirit o...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.] NORTH GIPPSLAND ELECTION (PER FAVOR OF THE MAFFRA SPECTATOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 February 1883

- ORRESPONDENOE.. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for * the opinions of.our Correspondents.] NORTH GIPPBLAND ELECTION (PER PAVOR OF TIL MAFFRA SPECTATOR.) Liberal Eleetors of North Gippsland. I "Mark,, pause,, and inwardly .digest", the political aspeot of the present con test for the two vacant s'eats in the Legislativoe Aseombly for tho district of' North Gippaland.. In the years gone by the various Liberal Leagues through out the. constituency were, on the eve o.,a general' election, requested to appoint.ilelegOtes to meet in conference 'to decide upon two candidates to con test the district in the Liberal interest. Now, " some strange king must reign'i who knows not that Gippsland extends beyond the Borough of Sale., True, the skass.is issued to localities outside, but in the form, of a command,to its merces nary satellites, "?o leav6" decided: that. Messrs. Harris and Andrew are our Liberal candidates, and we com mand you, on fear of our imperial dis pleasure, to support ...

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