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

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS (Br ELECrso TELRRmAPR.) Wednesday Evening., Messrs. A. M'Lean and Co. roport: Fat Cattle. - 2,044 head forward, being a heavy supply; prices fell about l10s or 15e. We sold Mr. Nicoll's bullocka to £10,, averaging £9 13s 3d; Shaw's bullocks to £8 17s 6d, and cows at £65 e Fieely's bullocks at .L7, and cows to 16 5s; Fenton, junbu1 locksI L7 i2s d, dand: cows to 1.6, averaging L5 11s;. Macefarlane's. butl locks,;and cows for Carr and Little jsun., at market rates. We sold calves fromn 32s toL2.2.. Messrs. Ryan and Hammond report: Fat Cattle. -2,034 were penned; quality chiefly mediain and a ferw pens prime. , Bestqualities cattle were firm at alightly'higher rates; others iardly equal. to 'last. quotations; bestipens bullocks brought to1.L13 12s 6d.= We sold 40 fine bullocks from Mewburn Park to L13 12s Gd, averaging L12 s,* topping the market; and 38 cows and bullocks for Mr. A. Jobson, Alexandra. Fat Sheep.-9,400 odd yarded; mairket brisk, and best quality 6...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 March 1883

0OLMERMCIAL INT LLIG.ENCE. MaroLBIn.oIEn RAIN MA5RKET.' i'? rs. William Adamson niid' Oo.; rep'rt for tdio week ending Maroh 14tli : Iieet.l-Transactions have been some what restricted, since our last report, uyers' and sellers' idea of value being so aide. Millers are purchasing at 6s 5id to is 3d for medium to good milling. Oats re rathier dull again, with plenty offer ing ;prices are-medium and thin, 2s lid to 6s, and stout front 3s id to 3s 3d; as :ording to sample.' Barley.-For prime Nalting holders are asking ls 6d, but buyers refuse to give more than lis 4id; medium sorts realise 6s ; cape sorts are in good demand'at 3s lid to 4s. Peas are also in request at 3s 5d, and scarce. laize.-Wo quote 4s to 4s ld. Flour. fll' 2s Od to £11 15s. Cheesse.-The market is very animated, and 'all' prime lots are eagerly. sought after. We quote good to prime, 8d to O'd; and medium sorts 7d to 7dd. At these prices we cleared every liie we had to offer. Potted Iutter.-In consequence of the late...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 March 1883

MAIL NOTICES. Mails close at the Maffra Post.ofico for tili following places as under- For.Sale IRoserdale, Triralgon, NVal, iallao, ,Toongabbio' Melbourie, Pdrtl Albori, Tarravillo, ., at 11 a.n daily: FO Irf'Stratford, TBairnodalo ,' Bruthon, Onon,9 ii.ntllago oto ,: dail' at 12.36 For, a r 1M. .al. ,hlyp ..p s i Saturdayso, at 3. m5 y ' The Pont fll~ois opoisfor ;tnlpgrama at8.30 ;a ýiitill S pin., nloging betveen , aol d 2 8.0II0; an d, Poastalb?aineess Mall .lo. for . 14aa at. th under. aulo, at;1 30P1) i laily Ihigolouig,,t: at 19 5 mn; daily~'. Stratfordl n t3.1t ilp.;i oil 3Ioyflold, R $3 a.no. Tenaday,, Thurs. JayP, acid Satpriays,:

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 March 1883

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. 6Loinoi, .harch L4. Ai= action. wa recrntly- Ironglht against' Mir.' ,'iggar, :tl iainboir for Guvan, by a ily. to, recovidr duninges for breachi' of : pronise"~ of marringe.' The jury awardedtlthie plaintiff £400.' To-day.Mr. Biggar iapplied'to the court for a now trial,, but the application was refused t'' : 'hI Fisheries: Exlhibition will" bb opened .;hyohoir Mfijesty, thie ;Queen on' the 12th May.: '; ` M! 0. ILacour;, the:,Frech'-h Miister for Foreign Affairo, has intimated 'that the Government inteiddito takeb'poss'es sion of 'certin portionso.f.Sonquin. The arrival of a'French Gunboat at Tamatave, on the eist'coast of; Mada gascar, boas caused considerable 'excite meont in thoe,, islaind., Earnest,appeals are; boing ; made by, the" local ,Govern inent toEngldnd and Germany, ,with a? view'of inducing these nations to inter vene for the~l rotection of the island.'': An accident occurred to-day onboard H3.8. Defence, by .which :twentysoa men were. seriously;i...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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HEYFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 March 1883

HEYEIELDj RACE` ?, - - . , I - ... .... : . On Saturday,: St.'Patrioks. Diay, the. above. races .wroe held in Mr. Wood-. houses''"iaddo, k, about al mile, out of the township...About 400 peopleo. turnediup?to': witneass;the sports, for. .whichlithe:weather was all1 that., could beo desired, ;nd the performance of the Circus band; which played at i'ntervals, greatly yddedtothe day's, eljoyment. The- following are tho' resultsi of tihe '" Sawdust' ?: : 2. Ndrfolk , SHURDLE "RACE.'... . '"'Mr. "J,,31 Grade's br g A o;.sgedhy, Smugglor': '' " . '" . .'! 13 nMr. Davis br.g Dudley, by Corvus 2 Mr. ,T. ..hnmeyas.b. g Douglas,: "sged; by Vogbon'.p.:. ..... . !4 Douglass ran "round the second jump. and lost lhis chance of the race. r . HEYFIELD, HANDICAP... 'Mr. J."M'Grade's br g !A0 ',7 ;:..` 1 : r.:;W. Kis' .b'g Tof, 3 yrs' .: 2. 3Mr. G. Ellis' b mi Miss Laura; .;. 3 HACi)KH URDLE RACOE ?arnaby,,Rudgou:.e , 2. .. a!;...i 2 .FOOT -' RAOE.-- 10 Yrdas.; 3J. Darl, a 1 .J.Rowley ... .... 4 S.F,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 March 1883

Auctions. LEARIING- OUT SALE or DRAUGHT STOCK. MAFFRA, MONDAY, APRIL 2.: A fLEAN and CO. are instructed by Donald Manson, Esq., of Newry (who is giving up breeding), to sell on above date, the whole of his magnificent Stud of Draught Stock, comprising 50 Head, consisting of Brood Mares (with foals at foot, and in foal to rd Newry); also, 22 splendid Colts and Fillies, 2 to 3 years, by Young Champion. Also, his magnificent Stallion, Lord Newry, by Big Gun, and out of one of the best nmres in the district. The above stallion is a dark bay, with splendid legs and hair, and is uunsurpassed for strength and symmetry, and is one of the surest foal-getters in the colony. Also 1 Yearling Stallion, full brother to Lord Newry. ... Also A few good Indian sorts,' 'J'ý,.-' 1920 ACRES GOOD GRAZING LAND FOR SALE., : M'LEAN & CO., have for piririt sale on account of L: C, Smith, Esq., of Melbourne, the property known as THE BACK CREEK PADDOCK, in Tinamba, containing 1920 acres of good Grazi...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 March 1883

Coachies,&c. SOBB' ' ~ 'co;.b^doAa ls Olad . . ORITERION:HOTEI?' "-:*';J :'. ^*SAL~ to b T rTI tNSDALEJ 14:5iB' p;m, ally :(Silialay. cxielpl), :-arriving:ht' Satiitaiti lt' 7.O0 pi.m. Fa; 1s." 1 i' iA ,iruf iiun;o ac. iat Cobb and Co )ine0; Criterinri l' H oti l . S:oe " ..:"'" : gale to ffaffi'a tand Newry A COACt Y wil lRUNI DAILY betweeon above pIaceq, leaving Nowy'daily at' 1.45 .in., Mallnr !1.15 a. m.;,.rriving'at S:llr at 12.15 p.m, and return the samo day, Il??ving Salo on-arrival of traiii for MilIr.n and'Nowry. , . T. r I'assongers and parcels booked at the following places' " ' Sale, T. "'Digg~mi'a OCiitrionoHdotel;' 3Tftlra, Wm.; Bannibter'sa Cmdn' Hotel; and at Iawlin's:NoryHotel.'l JLr. " All parcels left for coniveance 'iiustli prepaid, otlerwise they will hntbo for warded. .... "" '"-, J.ISHER, . ' i.... PrIopritor. HEYMIELD TO MAFFRA. THE Convoyance. between the above I places will . be-DISCONTINUED until'- further notice. -;'Any IparolsB that can bd forwar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 March 1883

Publio Notices. NORTI GIPPSLAND aGRoICULI .TURIAL, PAOSTi AL, AND HIO TIOULTURAL SOOIETY.;'.:1 S THE- SOCIETY'S SWill:be liold in- the •, v IOTORIA HALL, SALE, On WEDNESDAY, MARCH :28 1883 PRIZE LIST. Judgesa--~Iesrs J. B. Emsoni Oraig, and Harpor. Stowards.--Mes.ra Bird and Harer. Scc 1. Best sample Wheat, 4 bushel,, let prize 40s, 2nd prize 30s,. 3rd prize 20s_.....i:.. 2. Oats (short), 4:'' lshels, let prize 20s, second' prize 15, 3:rd prize 10?sa 3L Oats (Tartarian); 4 bushels; 1et prize "20s; 2nd prizeo 15is; 3rd prizo lOs. ..... :. 4. Oregon or Cale'Brrley, 4 bushelse let prize 20s, 2nd 15a, 3rd 10a: 6. Ehglish Barley, '4 bushels, 1st prize 20s, 2nd prize 15s, 3rd 1Os. 6: Field Poas, 3 bushels, lst prizo 20s, 2nd prize 10s. " 7. Garden Peans, 1 bushel, prize lO. 8. Ryn Grass, one bag (not less than second. yar's seed), 1?t prize 20s, 2nd prize 100 8 Prairie Grass, one bag (not loss than 3 busleols), prize 10s. 10. Cocksfoot, 40lbs, prize 10s. 11. Flaxseed, 501bs, prize 10s. 12...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 March 1883

At:1Danville, IDypreacher is endea voring togetf up a Ioosn iii the matri nmonial market by offering to marry couples fron' the rural districts at .two libihels of corn per knot tied. S.Simmons' Gap, Va.,,ha ina patriarch ofoeighty.yers, r living with 'his ninth .wife.. He. is father. of?:fifty-three children .;,e.At' a recent re-tnion over 300 descendants wishcd himn long life. Thoi Philadolphia,strestrailroad comn :r?panies, roused :y the complsaints- of passengers, havq undertaken to pro ;hibit smoking -on the cars. Smokers .are.not tolerated .evc on sthe front platfornms. A Philadelphia .woman, wlho called herself,an elcctropatlic ph~ysician, and ,was noted .as a quack, seems to have believed in herself, for.,aho treated her self;for a hurt which she had received .by falliigdodwni sitairs, refusing to have a medical piiactitioner called in, and died;through. her own unskilfulness. SM?iry Pickett was prosecuted last . week,before, the Richmond' petty ses sions (says the " Herald"...

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CAPTAIN DESMOND'S DAUGHTER. CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 March 1883

0APTAIN DESMOND'S DAUGHTER. ,(From Chlamrber's Journal.) ORiATERIx IX. . When Margaret recovered codnsciou 'ness, ,sheo found .hlerself lying 'doi the' floor; ,but.,a sofa cushion- had ';bheei plaeea.underer h head, and her father, i kneoling on.one knee, was bnding odiffr her and gently chafing one of he i,,andid Yes, her father, hut, wofiilly? c?[mngedl She pUt out both her hiaiids andclhspd his aas if to assure herseolfef. his reality , Papal' she said questioningly, in a sort of awed winsper. :: ''Yes, darling; it is.lI your poor, worthless,. old scamp of a father;.' , . She rose to lier feet imnd pt herarms ;bout him, and held ihim in a long em= irace, while herllheart seemed to choke 'with sobs which sho v'as powerless- to kvpress. ' "Aesoon as'sllh, liad grownisomiewhit calmer, Captaini Desmond said Fl'i I:a tired now, "Miargory~.' .Idvaht' to esit idivn ' and lookirig at himi more)parti cularly, she seemed to realise' fdro the" firisttimo: how ver' ill 'ho:' weasi dud' whalt...

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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING MARCH 19, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 March 1883

MONDAY.MORNING.MARCH19, 1883. Ine tlio c roversywil; h "has" been raislid b'ten'thise out oiiid 'id the incoming ?,Mitiistryitiereo.is ar good deal said fwhcl i? ,has no founlation ii fact. The'posaitionittkenu up'=lyi Mr.. Service, that the subjects of` dispute have gone bythebdoard; andlthat now thbre are: some items, of practical legis lation with which-woe may, unitedly. deal is admitted by thze constituencies. .That is tle theory of thoicoalition..a Sir Bryasi' O'Loghl6n,"at'his meetinj at Flemingt6nc attaclied tlthe lmorality of the existing coalition bocause, in:the first,.place,S:prineiples ,qere; sacrificed, 1iindi jd"the' second, ;that' te'1 allianci wasimerolyýan unholy one, inolving sacrifice of principle. This, is; :of; :courseoi the, languago of r/contendingl politieians. The 'coleny. baas made !ui p its collective mind tha certainipra ticlJ measureos ill be to;its advantage,i and" it. has sent into Parliament men chargedbwith ,the cuty of rrrying out those measures, q...

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CRICKET. MAFFRA V. SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 March 1883

RiIJKET.. MAFFRA V. SALE. The'return match between.thlieobovo clubs was played: at the. Saloecricket reserve'b oSaturdayiafteiiioon laat,:andi was looked' forward'to with much, in-' terosat on account of the Sale 0.0' hlv ingini the fistt 'matchdefeated' Maffri by liruns only. Mr. N. M'Lean was captain of: the Maffra team, and Mr., White did thaesame duty for Salo;, and: won the toss for choice, of' innings, much' to M'Leai's- delight sent the visitors to the wickets. Walleci and M'Lcan going.in first.. Playwas very slow foretho'first half-hour, the bowlers White and M'Millan being dead:- on. M'Lean, was. eventually- caught: off a bumipy one of White's for:'8: Alford next, without any improvement in .thli score. .Gammio made a good stand for. hisi 6, and Campbell the same forairelli got 5.. Now-Wallen's time had: coits, being. run out, he Ihaving incautiously, left.his crease, for a patient 4.: Mit chelmore made 6, 'Davis. 7, heo being well caught atlong fieold by Reid; otl a magnif...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 March 1883

MELBOURNE. (raoi oUs'Wn OiN outs roxsEoT.) As Easter holidays are so close upon; us there is of course theo usual'fuss and' flurry.peculiar,,from time imneniorial?, to suci festivoe 'season'; i it witli theo thecrowd of red-coatls goigiini to' !ihrd' training" for' th. Easter encampment, the daily 'arrival 'of :country,?? dtacli-' ments,i battalionsa o, tthe city is as sumtning quito a martial appearance; I sain, afraid ;though; that tliese-blood-. thirsty soldiers of oursare ;very liarn . less warriors,; ato;ll ente .initheir pre' sentuiintotored state. Itisamarvel that; `despioe all thoeboasted advancement of the colony, our :Voluntoeri Foro still remains "inits unsatisfactory condition, if it has not;;: indeed, retarded. But I. suppose no steps will bb made till;somo foreign power: comes. aid creates a " ruction,'!.then people ivill wonder they didn't- preparep for thie; catastrophe. However,. I mustn't tlirow, cold water on the enicaptipoeritt, the natural elo mmbnti are too muc...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 March 1883

MELBOURINE STOCK REPORTS (Br. Er scrro TRaRonAPH.) W }snoday Evoiinug. ,,?ss. A.;'f'Lea;i and Coreport: Fat. Cattlc.--- 13970 ?saoi forward; pricea slightly oanier.n Wo : sold 30 bulloks fori, Mr W Buckiloy to L13, averagilig L10: 8s ,d,; Mr.: Jan. Buck. loys. atL8lG; 1Mri. biFonton's, junr., to L10, for. bullooks, and.covwsy to L7 15s; Cottlo's bullocks to L 12s Gd, avrerag ing L8 Ga, and cois. to L8, averaging L' Ga; W. Napper'a cows to LB 7a (Gd; M'Donald's bullooks to L9 2s Od, and coweat' Li 2b Od; liullooks fromn Tra. ralg6o to L10~ 12o Gd, sid cows at LT 10a. Also .sold a number of, oalves fron 28e to L9. Meears. Ryan and Inammond report -Fat Cattle. -1,970 were penned; chiefly medium quality ;?all Victorlan lotsa; best pouts bullocks L12- to L13 'si. Market. slightly lower. WeV sold '541 bulloeks fronm' Mowburn' Park to L1' 5s,; averaiging Li:1 lsie 36: cows for Joli:i Beni; Coolart, tb; L9`'isind 16 for: Quirki and otlher, Murchiison; Iat Sheep.--14,000 odd yarided; market ...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 March 1883

MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Ssereas Groig and Musiiey held( their usual weekly grain sale on Tuesday last and sold as follows :--. -Go Barloy.-Cape, 3s lld.'"Oats.-Good Feed, 3a O?4 to 3a lid.:,Maize, Sydneoy, as la.

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COWWAR RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 March 1883

The following.hadicapa in connections with the:.abovo races, to be held- on,, Eastdr Monday; in' Rice's paddook,. lietwcen Hoyficld and Cowwdar, haveo beeiidcclared; S . IIURDLF UMACEL:. at b. Black Prince. ' ... 10 12 Douglass. . 10 Of A. . ... 10 0. Aaron . ... 0, Dudley. .. . .. 9 0:" COYWWAR PANnIIAP, Jlack Prince , .... . 9 4 Nimrod:.. . . 8 01, Ard Nigh 8 0i Toft . 7 12 Conceit . . 7" 10' Baljo, .. 2 7. 8S Tantaliser 7 8,, Dominick . .. cratch, Garry Owen .. . ... cratcl Baldslan, ... 350 yds Taly .,. ... 350 yd Paddy .. ....400 yd.n Acrobat, . ,. '00 yds Jouii UNuTINE,,lainldlcalper.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.] THE LATE CRICKET MATCH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MAFFRA SPECTATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 March 1883

CORRESPONDENOE. ['We do not hold ourselves responsible for tho opinions o. our Corrospondents.] THE LATE; CRICKET MATCH. TO TIIB EDITO OP TIE' MAFFA PEOTATO. Sm,--I observe in tue issue of the "Gippeland Mercury" ?of 20thl inst., a report of the recent; cricket snatch played at Sale between Ma;tra and Sale clubs, in whiichthoi.countrymen were victorious, and also an unnimrited insult heaped upontheMatffra cloven,, in., saying, that ,'othey hooted Sale players, anid questioted. tii decisions of the umpiresa'.' These.falsehoods, if lot pass unioticed, miay be believed because, they were, seen. in print; asdas IT ausinformed by a gentleman who was plesent the wholo of the timso the game was proceeding, that the state: mont, is utterlj false, I take the first opportunity~ of giving a. flat, contradic tion to the cowardly imputationscon tiinedi'inthe??report. The Maofla and Sale: mollen are personally, many of them, old schoolmates and friends, and men who have a situtual respect for eac...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 March 1883

COM.IEJICL4L INT2JLL4GENCB. i OSLAD STOCK REPOReS. Messrs A. M'Lean and Ca,, of Matffra, report i-.A fair supply of cattle forward' for the week, but the continued drought had rather a dopressiao effect on sales. We sold fat cows at 'I Is Gd, L4 Os, L4.Is Gd, L4 17s Gd, L5 2s Gd, L5 10s, to LO 2s Gd ; store cows, from L las to L2 15s; bullocks, 3 to 34 yoars, at L4 Os to I4 10s, do in good condition at L 10s ; vealers, at L1 is to L1 8s. Sheop.--We have sold a lot of store wethers at sG, and lambs at is 2d, Oln Monday last we hold a clear ilg sale of Mr. Auclhtorloio's stock atour yards. There was a good attendance of buyers, and brisk competition, more especially for milch cows, prices for this class of stock ranging up to L7 12s Gd, the wholo lot, including dry cows, culs, etc., averaging LI 5s Gd ; steers, 3 years old, sold at IA 10s; do, 2 years, LI 2s Gd; heifers, L4 15is calves, from LI to L2 s ; store cows at I2 L I e, Ilorses, Draught mares to L39, goldings to L38 liglht lor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 March 1883

Piublo Notice s.- . T.ENDERS. ;,SAFFRA' SHIRE; ioEN ERS tfo the following works will I'.be receivd, addreseed to the Presi dent at the Shire Office up to 11 a.m. on WEDNESDAY, the 4th April proximo : 1. 3faintonanco (aix months) Briago. long to Stratford Main Road., ., Constructing Culvert over Water hole near Clarko's in Bundalaguah. 3, Forming and Clearing on Road between Smith's and Niiholson'e, in Bundalaguah. l 4. Ropairing Culverts near Osborne's, lain Tinamba Road. 5. Supplying Firewood at Maffrs. Plns and epecifications at the Shire Ofico on and after Friday, the 30th Cash deposit of 2) per cent. on thebulk sum to accompany each tender. . GEO, TIOS. JONES; Sh, hire Snocrtary, ". : 3ffr,0 10th MIarch, 1883.,' MAFFRA ,SHIRE. ALTERATION oP Tows CosuouOc BO"DA. e . "".... flAKE NOTICE-That after. the next Town Common Muster, the Horde. ??nn will impound all Cattle found tree passing on the roads as described :rhre under, viz : The Bolsdalo Road from 3Iaffra to the N.E. angle of ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 March 1883

BIRTH. ECCLES. -- On the 18th inst., at Maffra, the wife of J. Howard Eccles of a daughter.

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