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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 March 1883

MAIL NOTICES. Mails olose at the Mal'ra Post.oflico for tlto following places as under:- For Salo Rosedalo, Traralgon, WVal. halla, Toongabbia, Melbourno, Fort Albert, Tarravillo, ,&o., at 11 a.m. daily. For Stratford, Bairnsdalo, Blrathn, Omoo, Grant, Dargo, etc., daily at 12.30 p.m. For Upper Maifra daily at 3 p.m. For IIoyfiold, Glonmaggio, Cowwai? and Soaton, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 3 p.m. Briagolong, daily at 2.45 p.m. Thi Post-ofico is open for tologron? at 8.30 n.am. till 8 p. im., closing botwen 1 and 2 anid 6 and 7. rostal buasnsu frotm 0 a.n , till 0 p.t, Mails close for MalIfn at the under* mentioned places as under :-, Salo, at 1.30 p.m. daily. llringolong, at 10.5 a.m. daily, Nowry, at 0.80a.m. daily, Stratford, at 3,15 p.m. daily, Hoyflold, 8,30 I.m, Tueadays, Thur, days, and Saturdays.

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 March 1883

EXIIBITION llOiJSE 'i-'wfI i >'owr,'i-$7,- "Ki,t~~ lifE !,. tE ndursigned wiI Qlor1 tlho d ý.. r^,t~c~ r,: ". a .,,. ", . ll u,,: t 1111(7 4nr.notrot, r. od, .ifhItro;rrý ,, *FANO, SU14R1S~O1K Llk D hE}S ' "ud HILDREs'N' t .%!'x ::r. 14 Lriaflf'i'Sj 10(, Cfi~t'.l rt["fi it I11,2n .-.W...j "Idi 1£1 Wil : { QoncfsCaions 3ilhIalso bornladeinnzi, LiNR;,szjn,~foado to,.prop>:rp3¬p tockilta~dtla ay, in bd6ppip Tih1If@N r ith i% 4:1.1 ;ii ALEXANDER, 'MORISON:' Thor iý 5 +1f n t"^1,11 nt d, ii hsdc'c',n ,flO (1. ?l7p a Rift ,Y f: 1 IT 9·n 1.3 ob I !. WIh3lirla l 2' l a ti ~'su 'i ai7qD o l ' ri O-'i ,rid4t n ioii o fanib bIjog A ," iu i 1rJY t{ 1 e t 11 o~ir[ ~ia Paol h~~~~~~i' Ii ,o Ito J.L1EARINGL ,tw ry tbib n. t~ !ro'ýý.. :n ::1111,2 + 1 tllIJ :·· P, i" oi3Jtlm S A .Y to rz' 1 ')q 3oliil ?Az O r IhOq,_110 rfisln9 Joci uIn) otilitfI i'ii ,!ii7pq tii. ro A T 1 'oh '( n n 'l.h 7.;:'p of:.I~ris IHE 11 nror~as ~I " ; tl adi' horzouoiý fO.,lai .A U..S: T~iRA..LAS ! A N t dirom .cit {Ip ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 March 1883

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION To-uoanow (FsRDYr) the following will be submitted to Public Auction at Maffra, commencing at 12 o'clock noon : Br Mason.n A. M'L.AN &"i Co. 20 Fat Bullocks and Cows, 10 half-fat Bullocks, 30 good Bullocks and Steers, 20 superior Cows and Heifers, 150 superior Bullocks, &c. Br MIEsss. ENOLISn, PECc & CO, 850 Magnificent Bullocks, etc. Also, 4,500 first-class Merino Wethoro. Br MEussR. I. GUTHRIDGE AND CO. 10 Fat Cows and Bullocks, 15 Steers, 8 first-class Working Bullocks. AT SALE ON SATuraAY. BI MEosss. ENGLISH, PExK AND Co. Store Cattle, Fat Cattle, Milch Cows, Heifers, Steers, Horses, &o. Br MEsns. BR. GurHnosa AI, Co. Fat and Store Cattle, Milkers and Springers, Sheep and Lambs, Pigs, Hores &n NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. In future ToH MACFRA SPrCTAToR will be issued on MONDAYS and Tussu DAYs. Price, Osa. Od. per quarter. JAMES RYAN, PaopEazaon. 4th January, 1883. CHURCH NOTICES. UNITED EVANGELISTIC SERVICES.-ReV. Jo...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 March 1883

MISCELLANEOUS. Mr.' Glidstone's health is not suffl "ciently recovered to justify his re suming Parliamentary duties, Five persons have been arrested for having some of the cargo of the Beren garia in their possession.' Dowling, for the murder of Detec tive Cox, at Dublin, has been sentenced Itopenal servitude for life. A report haas been set., about' tothe effect that General: Grant will be a candidate for the Presidency ini1884. Sarah Bernhardt. (Damala),is about to sell her jewellery to, pay her creditors. The Liverpool Museum has just been :presented with a fine' specimen-of the giant crab of Do Han, from the Japanese seas. The crab measures eleven feet from tip- to tip, of the claws. Three sisters in Rutler, Ky., named Phillips, were- married! at the: same altar in the' presence of, 100 guests, the other:day. Professor Durall, leader of- the French- Baptists at Worcester, Mass., has been arrested on a charge of bigamy. One druggist of Kingston, Ont., last year sold enough opium...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 March 1883

MELBOURNE STOEK REPORTS (Br EL.orOte. TLr.sORAP.) Wednesday Evening. Messra A. M'Lean and Co. report: Fat Cattle. - 2,300 head forward, causing two days' sale, a large number being medium quality. The market opened firm at last week's rates. We shall sell to-morrow six trucks cattle for the following owners, viz.: Mossrs. Boland, Crisp, M'Donald, Shaw, Carr, and Mawley.' Messrs. Ryan and Haimmond report: -Fat Cattle. -2,550 were penned, of which 1,500-were sold to-day, and balance to-morrow. Market good for best qualities cattle, but others lower. We sold about 70 head for Barker, Hill, and others. Fat Sheep.-13,000 yarded; market brisk at an advance of last week's rates. Best crossbred wethers 16s 6d; besat merino 12s 6d. We sold 1,400 crossbred wethers at 15s Gd; 100 crossbred ewes for Mr. H. G. Glaasford, Mowburn Park ; and 253 merino wethers for Messirs Palmer Bros., Charlcote; and 200 from Benalla. Messrs. Peek, Hudson and Raynor report:-Fat Cattlo,-An unexpected heavy supply, ...

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AGRICULTURE IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 March 1883

-,adGIOULTURE IN:THE UN1IUED w,-BTiA - T 0: o8TAES. e pri Mr?~G.iB.:Loring; tho United ttiteil -Zloinmissioab r of .Agricclturo'tl;hdesui . nmitted his anniael'rportto 'lthe ýi' 0Al intI.Y"I Appear that two ,and ? half illionsi of packesof seedslhave beein istributcd, and,: 60,I 00 .p,: p o? -pecisl reports-:printed;-by:the ddpa't= nent. The slatatisticall division eti ildatesm tihfollowing as the yield of 8: -co, Cir'105,000,000 bushels; wheat, 400,000,90) :bushels; ioats . 40,o0,000. bshols; barley, 45,0000000 :h uiihols, ;'irye, 20,000,000 bushels;, aid ,:buckwiheat,',12;00,000 'bi?hols. .The liichemical thIrision"has beeni chiefly es cril :,daring tihoe ;pt year wiFth.3 ,-satigatiig the sugar-produting quali :tiesof.sorilhtim :ando other ::planrts '.lVhe&i work bf the divisioi was subii isitted to'the Iational Acacypriy of WEcinaces for dixam'nation kby. 'hat body; and a committee was ~ppointed for thi [iparpose..,,Th1aereport pftthis oainmittee !iconttins'a'revioi of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 March 1883

Auctions. FAT AND :STORE CATTLE. Ar ;A 'RIDAY, MAROCH . A P'llAN and CO. will Sell at theoir e20 Prirte Vat Bullocks and Cows. 10 Half-fat Bullocks. 0 GOooa Bullocks and Steers. 20 Superior Cows and Heifers. B0 Grand Bullooks all one brand. 60 Splendid Bullocks, 4 yrs. 40 SUperior Bullocks, very quiet. PRELIMINARY NOTIG$. A. M'LEAN and CO. have been in structed by Mr. G. G. Aucterlonio :t'ofTinamba, whose lease is about to ex ireo, to sell, at their yards, Maffra, early n March ..-----All his choice Dairy Cows, well-bred, Horses, sh. Full particulars in future advertisement. 1920 ~ORES GOOD GRAZING LAND AL . i . FOR SALE. MA LEAN CO., have for private A ale on account of L: 0. Smith, .sq., of Melbourne, the property known as THE BACK CREEK PADDOCK, i:in Tinamba, containing 1920 acres of good Grazing Land, well grassed and abun dantly watered in all seasons The pro perty is securely enclosed with post and rail, cattle and sheep proof fences, and is admirably situated, the survey of t...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 March 1883

BB snd - C0.'a COACHES loeave . . CRITERI ON ' OTEI ,':b1 SALE to tAIRNP:A _L,. .L p . daily-; (Sniir'd'y excoptod); "arrivinig t UnairnsdnloP r",.30 1I'p .a ,-?,H ro, 10s i All isfeinfoHitiu, c., at Cobb and.Co. a Oclt Critelriot Hotel,,Salo. I 10tiJEITSON, WAGNER & 00. 'Sale to Mainfa andNewryi:' ROYA I 11ZAIL.at. A:: COAOCITwill RUN DAILY botweop above places, leaving Nowry daily at .T.4i5 ai., Maltra 11.15' a.i:t,' arriving it Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return the sain day;' leaing' Solo on arrival of titrn ( Matira and Newry. Passengers mand piarcels booed at i{is lollowing places:-- Sale, T. Diggan'e i Critol.,?ntet Mtl-a, Win. ,amistte Canils Ho?l; itd'dt 1tswlin's l ewvry a yHol... - "i All parcels loft for convey~nco musL, prpai 1, otlhorwise poy will not be for wardod. .,! ? ' r ?. £ -....... -J. FISHIER,.' ,i'Y"iLb TO i. ,I ro/Fi TlE Conveyance b;tieeon the above. places will be. DISCONTINUED until furthbie' noticelI :Arin-parcols that can be forwarded ona horaback wi...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 March 1883

MELBOURNE: . - (arnox oua own coInsroxusscNe .) + . Wednesday The exciotment of lnst week is buried and the throe ofbimaudn assions lane again subsided. into a dori;ant pulse, readti'ahooftforth-its volcanoof en ,thusiastio:rage or joy at'the'next event of-import. The:twelfth' Parliament of ictoria ,was!duly,, sworn in to-day, amid all'the pomp and glitter usual on such'dccaaionsa. : There were-a number of new faces: in the :variou?s berches, and several old veterans'were missing from the place that has known them for years,. notably Sir Bryan O'Loghleni," Sir John O'Slanassy, and J. J. Casey. It'is rumored that to enable Sir Bryan to obtain a seat, Mr. Bent will resign his seat for Brighton, and give the Premier a chance of its representation, This, however, I do not place much re liaince upon, as I fancy the honorable Thomas rather too acute a fellow to thus risk the favor of his stronghold. A good deal of comment has been evoked over the Ballarat West elections, andtlie action of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 March 1883

Coaches, &c: . OBB and CO.'s COACHES leave CRITERION HOTEL.' SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday excoptel), arriving at llairnedalo at 7.30 p.m. Fanre, 10s. All information, &o., at Cobb and Co.'s Oflico, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. a-Saltto-MaffrH maid 'N ROYAL MAIL. A COACH will RUN DAILY between above places, leaving Newry daily at 9.45 ann., Maffra 11.15 a.m., arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Sale on arrival of> train for faffro and Nowry. Passengers and parcels booked'nt the following places:- Salo, T. Duggan's Oriterion Hotel; Ilaffra, Win. Bannister's Camden Hotel; and at Rawlin'sNowry Hotel."r+'.- . All parcels left for 'convoyaico must be propaid, otherwise they will not be for warded. • . . FISHER, SProprietor., HEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. TIIE Conveyance between the 'above I places will be DISCONTINUED until further notice. Any parcels that can be forwarded on hsorsback will be duly delivered. Al...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 March 1883

DEATH.   GORDON GLASSFORD -- At Mewburn Park, on the 3rd March, 1883 the wife of Harry Glassford Gordon-Glassford,     aged 38 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 March 1883

Auctions. LAND.`- LAND. .MAFFRA, FRIDAY, MARCH 0..;; A M'LEAN and CO. haven~?ceoir ?;instructions from the mortgagees to sell, on above date- - Mr Timmin's Farm. at Soatons, contain .:aing 57aO:0 27pbeing allotments 52s, 53A, 01Aa'ot62 . The above land is well enclosed, perma nn € q waterid,? ajhiniiii ?Mr. Walker's j ]and iand within a. mle of. Seatontown ( shi: A.F'LEAN and OO ;will also sell at a same time and place, by order of the c Mr. riithy'a Paddock in Parish of 1 Cooongulla, containing 200a 2r lip. The 'above paddock is substantially enolosedi-well watered, and is situated about one mile and a -half north-west of ?qdwry townshlip., MAFFRA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9. A M'LEAN and CO. areo instructed by ; . IgnatiusKeogh, Esq., having loft the I district, to sell on the above date-- I 69 acres (more or less) highly inf. proved and permanently watered' Land, with all buildings and improvements thereon. The land is well fenced, and divided into five secure paddocks, some of which are la...

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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 March 1883

I1ONDAYJ MORNIN i;MARCH' 5,1883. CWs aro,nafraid that mst ofthe inste jbility which i ttaches to tronchp1ohi cal institutions.is due to peculiarities of' theo national character Close upon! a century has now elapsed slnce the great Revolutioin andthie iask of founding a permanent formof Goaviirnmeniis not ye'accoinplioupsled "What ono!geners tion painfully sets tip, the next ruth lesslypulls"iown" -iWheithier-lepublhc txtromo. or moderate, Empire, monar chy, legitimatoe oaillegitimateo, each in! its turn-,must fall as the usual: rovolu tionairy' piriod coleass mound. Judging by past epserience fivve or."pix years have oet: to olapso beforer another ont' burst.takes place, but we may look for constantly increasing.. agtation during that period: The dis itrous effects .of: the Geranai war, bjy practicallyshut tig; i Frruace out:of Europeani politics;' have thlrown. lur. ,?k.ispon herself, as it wore, and by concenitratiig the atten tion of thie.people o.homue allhirs, lhave added to t...

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CAPTAIN DESMOND'S DAUGHTER. CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 March 1883

:.,OCAP.TAIN', DESMOND'BSr r'.:: DAUGHT.ERi:.o :,',' -: (Fiom' O?imbcr'i Journal.)' . CIIAPTER VII, Those visit ofrainkAvery to the ous in Kensington Gardens were last; for eover; the li picture niust, b 'fiiliaoed .bsoio t ime,; ind then the l isits must conme to an end. .Life wo'uld' seem niiioro duill and' cheirless: thani it had over ,seemed Ihford,: wh . thls ':'one brief ray, of" suinshine, e whliclilad lirightened :itso0 plensantly iti ?pissing, should be withdrawn. :' 7. One day Sir Theopilius Thorndalo :met` Margaret on the istaiis. ":' Want. .somen tidmgs of your nest:eggpI erhlips ' 'lio said.-' No: ,Well;,"I'e some for you, at' all "events.::Its'agettinig'on? fa~tously. . I'm not`. forgetting'tolaok after: it; I can, tel iyou.'It'vrill'b 'b a fine'?young chick-byandii li ifci'll~goes 7onuwell:' Smal! begin'nimng "" You 'kio?v: the 'rs Well; e Wel 'l.' Gobd day;,gooddoiy. '0;o t, 1 nue Miss esiondii as nt vier more sur prised ie.lier life thlian shei wass in morning alou~...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 March 1883

Trade Addresses:'.' SADDL E S ! ETd., ETO. aJ Macdonald; :. N thanking his customers., ,.L and tho public for their,.I; : past support, begs to inform':``' them that he has' found it 'necessary to extend his busi" " ness, and has'now OPENED:" those NEW AND LAQGE PREMISES, Next the Bank of Australasia, RAYMOND - STREET, SALE. A most select stock of every article in connection with the Saddlery busi. ness now on hand. Competition defied as to price and quality of work manufactured oi'the premlses. Orders executed on the :shaortest notice. NoTr 'TI AoDDnRss I"- 'ý+ J. MAODON:AL Next Bank of Auetrelesma, J" RAYM OINDST?EET;,i SALE: ~,- ii : GREAT CL E ARINIG FO IRSTR- A S DRAPEURY AU r. AA N HO SU S05 - :I rý- : n- `- 0 . iS:: ·7 iti: r!'fý,:ti . FOSTER: -STREET, :SALE,'?G And. will, be eontlnued d url ?h. F-EBRUARY Including a vn oery?:e ' I oE'::.:i l , LARGE"' P1JRCHASE1 ".- . . . . , . .f ,. a . ,, EBANKRUPT STOCK In the Insolvent Estate of Messrs:. ' Levien,,- Goldberg- Bros. &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 March 1883

Trade Notices? ronpd moro bonent from tli llropsmrtiol thmu any other. "-GOippsland imes. . Abbott's Lavicutis, a certaii curoe for riglgworn aind other skin nlftetionlo It cesees very little or no pain, d(lo0 not stain the skin, hasl no unpleasant 'seanll, anld is frO froln oil or geanse. Abbott's Neuraline.--This applica tLon riemlovae with iotonishilg rapidity Nouralgia, Sciatica, ifc. Abbott's Cockroach Poiion' extermlinateo these pests in a few days and' is quite harml0lss to anmnlms. Abbott's SarsaparillSa Dandelion, ant POTAIHl is a great Purifier of thlo Blood. Abbott's Syrup of Hypopltosphite of LiMel: nd ilon'O posaseo-s great tolnic ald invigoruting proportie. It is an ox. collout remedy for nervous and general Debility, Ricketo, Annamit, Chlllorosi, In citll o Colilllnslptiol, &c. Also tho followitng preparations will bjo found eqUal to any obtainable :-AnuoTr's Marking Ink, Soillitz Powders, Gregory Powdur, Black Oils Alterative, Con. dlition and Worm Powders fo...

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DEATH OF MRS. H. G. GLASSFORD, MEWBURN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 March 1883

DEATH OF MRS. H. G. GLASS- FORD, MEWBURN PARK. It is with great regret that we have to record the death of Mrs. Glassford, the wife of Henry Gordon Glassford, Esq., of Mewburn Park, at the early age of thirty eight years. About a week since she re turned from Sale, after a short visit with her aunt, Miss James, fully impressed that a severe illness was coming on her, which proved too true. The aid of Drs. Eccles and Forbes was at once called in, and although all that skill and science could suggest was done for her relief, it proved abortive, as she gradually sank into a con dition of coma, from which she only par tially rallied, until she peacefully passed away on Saturday evening. For some time past the deceased lady has been a confirmed invalid, and quite unable to walk. This was the result of a buggy ac cident about five years since. Driving a pair of ponies over the Macalister Bridge, they bolted, and dashed the pole of the carriage into a large gum-tree.,which still bears the ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 March 1883

MAIL NOTIOES. 'Mails close at the Manfla Post-ofllco for tlo following places as undor: PFor SBlo Rosedalo, Traralgon, Wal halls, Toongabbio, Melbourne, Port Albort, Tarravillo, &a., at 11. nm. dail For Stratford, Bairnodalo, Bruthon,. Omoo, Grant, Dargo, otc., daily at 12.3 p~m For Uppor Maffra daily at 3 p.m. For Hoyfol, Glonagg, owar and Soton, on Tuesdays, hurdays an Saturdays,t 3 pm. 3 .p Briagolong, daily at2.45 p.m. Thi Post-ofilco is open for telograms at 8.30 a.in.m till 8 p.min., olosing between 1 and 2 and i and 7. Postal busainoss from n.i? till 0 p.m.. aMacils~lose for Maffra" at the undor mesntioneld places as under " Saleo, f1.30 pm. daily:'''' Briagolong, aht 10.5 a.m daily. Nswry, at 0.30 a.m. daily., Stratford, at 3.15 p.m. daily. Heyflold, 8.30 a m. Tuesdays, Thiurs daysand.Saturdays. -

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THE ENGLISH PRESS AND THE LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 March 1883

THE ENGLISH . RIESS AND THE ;LOAN:is Tlio fill`exWt of the zrjoicine of thei London Pressiover thesfailuro of the (Victorian loan las been received by the mail. Some' of tleI writers re abso lutely exuberant in their expressions: of thanlikfulness" at t thou prospect of forcing tlhisi colony to pay four aid a. half or even five oer {ceti; upon: the money it may wanit to ' row in futuro. One journal jubilantly rinindo ies that!. "we ayre not, so' goodias the States after all thativwe are ipiling up debt! and tlsey'are pdaying ittf."' There is; however a diffierenice whibchthe sapient journal, in qustion doea not point outl lwhich is, that; our debt is expended ii.' 'reprodoctise workis, whicihalrdealy pay more thaiin fouriper ceiit'all round ont the capital' linvested; iile tliat of thei United Statts was spent in. ci'vilwvar, int" thli wivilful destruction': of proiiperty to a far.greater ahmount; than' eviens the boirrowed money reeprcocited, and uin th iswaste of lihiuanlife, whli...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 March 1883

EUROPEAN-TELEGRAIWS,' (AGE.) Lo'Doe, March 7. Theomnils per Orient Company'sa: s. John Elder, whioh left NoMelbournie on the:24th Januitry, were"deliveored in London yesterdlay, via Noples. IThe Britislh Intdia Steam Navigation Company's chartered steamer Duke-of Devonshire left Colombo to-day for Queensland ports. The Peninisular and. Oriontal Steam Navigation Company's .a. Ballarat, which left Mellbourno en the 12th Jnnuary, arrived at Plymouth, this morning. The Orient Steamni Navigation Com panty's s. Sorato, which left Melhourno on 7th Folrutury, arrived.hei o to-day. At to-cay's almes 11,900 hales wore catalpguied, maklting tihe total sincentlhe comunnomooent of the series 158,400. Thu market was chIaracterised by a good demand 'for tfine qualities, the inferior and nmedium qualities being neglected. L " Losnote, Mofrelc 0, Advices rececived to-day fros Marla gurca' states that tlin Prench gunboat which was recently despatched to that island lus arrived at Tamatavo, the prinuc...

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