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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 April 1883

Trade Notices. T. B. ABBOTP.' CHEMIST,. DR UGGI'ST .AN. SALE ANDTMSPFRA, IN THANKINO th public for past, 1"'faivoiiak'id'solicitiag a" continuoance of the''"iuiport':nso 'liberally "nceoirded hinm, bogs to call' attentioni to histSPrs oIAroiESy"many 'of 'which (more - parti. 'culeuly hes.Chlororlyne, Aeetibilioeis Pills, and Odontalqin') 'Sevo coanuanded alarge sale forthe ltfrtileoelftionwnsei ad 'piavod eqjual, ifanoi sjpek , 'to all' otlher priparoations ef the'kind, his C.HLO.R DYN E" is pironoiiced'byo eminent physiciqns and all' iwho'havo" eed it, superiot to any similar lropnairation: It speedilyorelieves in whrtovor6rgai and whatever cauase, pain and produces na fooling of comfort i and quietude not obtainabloby otheor renmedies, allays -irtation of the nervous syem, 'creates a calm refreshing sleep, and the oi'no bhad 'liRects . It acts likeoa charm in' Diarrhaeari; Dysiontry 'Colic, Spasms, alpitntion; and gives almost immodiateo' relief in"Bronchitis,'" Asthmn, Noetuilgia...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY, MORNING, APRIL 12, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 April 1883

r URSoAY, MORNING, APRIL12 1883 A pound sale fill be hold at the Mafra Pound Verde on Friday next. On Friday about 600 head of cattle will be forward for Msa in the several yards, besidoes flock of sheep; alsom soveoral pieces of land will be offered by auction. Touf fe ondeofe, or rather all th. town.` ship folk wore at the Sale Races yeer. day, and the township was more than asually dreary. Traps of various kinds nand horsemon passed down the main street en rosuite for the Groonwattie Course, and after twelve o'clock carcelyi a person could hoe soon in the street.Ap h i A supplement to the Genrsesicf iCios..eftte published on Tuesday, proclaims Thura dayg, 12th inst. (to-day), ax bank half holiday at Maffra and Sale. Arrangements are being made by the Maffra Cricket Club to have a return notch with Heyfield, to be played next Saturdany. It is hoped that the game will be arranged, which, should excite some interest, as each club considers itself the best in the district, Heyfield h...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 April 1883

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS (Br Ercornia TELearAPH.) Wedn;esdlay . Evening.' Messrs. A. M'Lean and Co. report: Fat Cattle. -'i,400- head forward, Ieiig a ligl l upply prices' advaned from 10`ts t . We' sold Mr Jaas. Bseokle&'s' bulleelce" to L12' ts ; -11r ,Mooro's to 11 153, l averagingLll 9s; Mr:" M'oinald'si toLf L12e 8d, and cows 'atL4"'12s 6id' M*. Gillie' cows at L5 a'6ds d Mr Bolaid's bullocks to Lii, averaging L98s; L 18 r .Wriggles. worth's at L7- 15se, and cows to L7 7s Gd,` averaging Li' `4s Fentone 'jonr., bullocks at L8 17e 8d, and cows to Lt7 I17s Gd, averaging L7 lie Gdi; Freitag', billocks at L8 7i 6d, and cows at' Li5 ,7. 6d; Napper's cowasto L6 2 Gd; Bland's bullocks at L7 12s 6d;' Shiaw's and, Morga 's bullocks and, cows at Imarket rates: We also sold a number of calves for several owners from Li 16s to L210s li .e. Messr. Ryan and Hanmond report: -FatG Cattle. --1,438 were penned; quaility chiefly mlodiunis, only fow prime, conmpetition brisk, and prices impl...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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NORTH GIPPSLAND COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 April 1883

NORTH GIPPSLAND COURBSING CLUB. 1 ·-4--- Tho NortlhGippsland Goursing Club held their opening mooeeting. on. Mon: day, th etake being; for 16 'dogs, all:aged , at £2 2s.. achle The meet took place at` Nuntin about 10 o'click,iheiico the party proceeded to Mr. Craig's land, whore several courses wero ruli of;, thence to Powerie court, where a few more trials were run, after whicih Mr; Prudei's epaddockse were used to conclude the sport on The ground all through wimas rough, and mostly covered with thiistles, often puzzling the judge who worked lihard and gave every satisfaction 'The hlares on the places csed worn not overplenti fiul, and weore mostly .tooe young for good coursing; the dogs showed 'good formon eser orrtwo occasions, However, and will, probably, even improve asethe season adiicasii The'follbwiig shiews the res lb:- . :"ý:it .g 'FInsa n08ND.oo Messrs Miofarlane and Carpenter's b Fadolman, byIFadladeon-nFallon Star beat Mr. J Swan's b andw d Kentish Lad, by L'Amni-Rougoe...

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

Aucntions., FAT AND STORE CATTLE, GRASS SEED, eko. MAFFPPRA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13. A M'LEAN and CO. will Soe altheir .yards 20 Prime Fat Bullocks and Cows 50 Splendid Bullocks, 4years, half-fat 40'Good Bullocks. 3 to 4 years. 20 "do Cow'and'Holfera. - 60 OGrad Bullocks, direct from Omoo, "Sb"ears'old,'in'tfine condition. S0 Bullocks. Also,., 150 Bushels Rye-grass Seed. SHEEP. SHEEP, 3MAFFRA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13. A 4J\ LEAN and 'CO. will soll at their . yards,=account W. 'Cleoment, Esq. (NHery)-' . - His Flock of 200' spohdid"iroebr'd Eweedri"id ifdgtau'-k, t .i.: The above are prime fat, a choice lot qithr'forlbreeding,or butcherse. ; ý ,, .'TOL , THREE EARS:.FOR;,' _ CULTIV J ATION. ",0.. MAFFRA, FRIDAI, APRIL 13.- 'Mb'LEeb1 and 'CO.- will Let,' S.." Auctien, afttheir yards; two Pod. docks at Tinamba, 120 and 80 noresaeirst class Land. For particulars apply to the "Auctioneers, 'or J Williams, Esq., J.P., Miourne Park. rPRELIMINARY NOTICE. P.~LEAN.Nand 0.. will. LET, hb S-TENDER, Mrsa Par...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 April 1883

OBB and =od'eCooAnis leaire v .C` . GRITEIION HIOTEL:; r , SALE to bAIRNSDALE, 1.4 ip.m. daily (Sunday; oxcoptod), arriving at ]airnedoloat7.30'lpn: Fare, 10s., All information, &c., at Cobb and Co. 'a Oibce; Criterion Hotel, Saloe ROBERTSON,i WAGNERI& CO. RO0YA L M'A IL:i A COACH will RUN DAILYblotweeco abovo places, loavingNowy dailynt 9.45 am., MIatfra 11115 a.at. arriving al Salo at. 12.45 p.mn, and return tliohe same Sday, leaving Sale on arrival of. traini for Muffin. nd'Norry. Passebigerui and' parels bookil ab.tlio following'places: Salo, T.' Duiggans Crterionvcotol; ufrna ,W m. Bannister's Caindon Hlotel; and at 1bwlin's Noewry Hotel All parceis loeft for convo nco must bo. prepaiid: otherwise they violl'not be for. irsnlnd~ Proprietorf ..`. .. HEYFIELDo .TO MAFFPRA. ' HE. Gonjveancei between' thei abovo placos nwill be :DISCONTINUED until further notice.; Aiiy parcels tihat: can bo forwardedonhliorabackwivillbo duly delivered. All: parcels must be piopaid, ...

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SALE TURF CLUB RACES. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 April 1883

SAL. TURF CLUB. RACES. FIRST DAY. Yesterday tlio weather turned out ndmirabl, for t io firt days mesting and a largo concourso of people:assgem Iled to sitnepinth p asort, and aniongst the number presoient were many strango faces, inobtly metropolitan peoplewlio; attracted .by *the.large. :entries and: prizes offered by the, club, turned up to see ithe racing toalenof'Gippslid. The course has been wonderfully iinproved;' and all the arrangtnts forthelio con venienoeiand cmonforb'tof onlookers are complete. The. Hon. Win. Pearson was the maiot successful prizo-taker, he winning the Sale Handicap, the Junior Stake, and the Gippsland Derby. It is anticipated thliateven a lai'ger.crowd will assemble on rthe, second day to witness tlhe Steeplechase,, Province Plate, anild Ladies' Purse, and from thei lahrgo numbor of entries in each of these events, the contests should be well fought. The following are the re DHANDICAP HURDLE RACE. A sweep of £2 10s, with £50 added. :.Naminatpion, £1. Ab...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 April 1883

Coaches, B&c. C Band CO.'s COACHES leave 0 C RITERION HOTEL gALE to BAIRNSDALE, 145 .p.m. daily (Sunday excepted), arriving at lanitdalo at 7.30 p.m. are, 10s:r All information, &e. iat Cobb nid Cos Oer, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO... SI t6ffai an Newry. ROYAL MAIL. SCOACH will RUN DAILY between . above places; leaving Noewry daily at 94a5 ln.., affira 11.15la.i, arriving at Sale at 12.41 p.m, anid return thleosamo day, lcaving Salooei arrivol of:-train for SPassengers and parcels' booked at the following plncee: Sale, T. Duggan's Criterion loto); 17rac, Wim. Banniater's Calniiden IHotel; and at Rawlin's Newry RotolR All parcels left for conveyianco mut be prepaidotherwise othey will noti be for J. FISHER,; 'Proprietor. HEYFIELD TO .,;MAFFItA. HE Conveyaince betwoon the abov . places will be DISCONTINUED until further notice. Any parcels that eim be forwarded ci horbackl will be duly delivered. All parcels must be prepaid, and any for Seaton...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 April 1883

EUROPEAN1 JT 'LEGRAMBE LONDON; April 1". Sir Hrnry; "Jai;;Q,.Q C.,Attorooyi General,, ested tlis afttiernoongin thi Houise of Coimnios,:i thalt it was the in. tention of tlheGovernmient that aflirmn tioilahould onlylbe allowed to future meimbers of Parliaientetit Th ilheipint of frozoi meoat ex s.. Cuzo, , consisting ,of ,800 carcaese of mutton, and 281:quarters:of beof from Sydlney, has hboo oxeux ined to-day! Its condition is considored to bo doiub ful, throughi thne met havigi b en 4 hiiyed en eourso of ohiipmsnt. E..rm trial. ot 3aridy tehe aesasin bf Mri Burlk and. Lord Frederiok Cavoni dish; is ioing continued from day to day at the. §upremo 'Court ein Dubli. Janimet Carey, the informuer, was cross ocanmitied.to-day, and the evideoiice he proviouslygavo;regardingtlo miurdoue i the P lunix.'Park basar beoni in no way shaken. "Carey:.identified tllhe.:photo grapl of "NumberiOnre;' the man iwh? directed the piroccedings of theo Assans - nation Coimittee. SThous ix:meo.,wtio wtro ...

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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY, MORNING, APRIL 16, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 April 1883

MONDAY, MORNING, APRIL 16, 13833 We hlavoe beforo us' th reports of. the Mining Surveyors. and Registrars for tho.:quarter: ending: 31st Deceablr, 1883; andlit is gratifying to note that in the Donnelly's Creek, as .well s in the Stringer's Creek Division of Oipfs land Mnining District, we continuo to hold our own against the other diestricts of the colon, 3and that the large area, as.yet un aried,, but availabile for pro' pecting, off'ers strong attractions for minerp to visit and settlo amongst.ue Mr. Whitelaw, mining surveyor, reporlts that therd isi a great increase in the yisldl of gold inthe Donnelly's Creek Dilisin, a'ns Il ich i.' duo, in ag great imeasure, to the ciushlings whlich took place in the mine of the Fulton's Creek; selo Dissmark "Company havy also hl a satisfactory cyrshing, sand have done consiqgorabloe dead, work duripg the quarter. Tho 'loomboini Gold khining Conpanty, A k feldy, hpao cqmpleted the orection of first-class winding and ppeiiev n inoachinery% aen...

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WHEAT GROWING IN THE CANADIAN NORTH WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 April 1883

WHEAT 'GROWING"' IN: THE; C'OANAMDIAN, NORTH WEST. '~he American Consul. at~,Winnipeg, Manitoli. lIasa forwarded, to England. four samiples.of wheat growing ini the nortlhern section of ;i thor Canadian; N'ortlihWest, whcls nre of fmoro than° ordinary interest fb they ,coinipletely diitspos of; thes belief, tha~t liitlcito pro isilca in niany quarters' that in the vast district just. mentioned successful wheat' goywing.is. p1ratltclly, out of the,question.; ,Th1! ,best ppoimien of the four is a samplo of Scotch Fyfo wheat,' from Port l Dunvegn,i"a'u porti'of the Hudsorn Bay Compariy on the Peace River, ini' lat 156 d-o' iand long.'. 118 deog and nio less tIhan"' 1,200 miles northi-weost of Winnipegg; It was: 'soen on; May: the lost,. and.. harvested .id August the 20thIlast,year liby the offceri in'l charges oft the 'port, Mr James M'Dougal who, it' may be montionedj has niver failed with his crops of wvlleat barley, sats, or vegetables during thd five years ashe hl.charge ofthlio p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 April 1883

Auctions. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. A 'LEAN and CO. will LET;-bw TENDER, Mrs. Parkinson's.Cottace of 12 rooms and. 30 acres Land, within 3 miles or Maifrs towiship, Full particulars in future advertisement 1020 ACRES GOOD GRAZING LAND ?,FOR, SALE. A IZEAN & CO., have for private A sleon = accounif'S L. O0. Smlithi, Eel.,-o( Melborne, the property known as F 'EBA'Ct CREEK' PADDOCK, in Tinamba, containing 1920 oacres of good "Giblf-lihgl;rnoe dTA grasod ndrabun danatly watered in allseasons. The pro perty is securely enclosed with post and rail; cattle- and shcop proof fences, end is admirably situated, the sorvey of the pro posed rasilway to Baiininlo passNing through it. There is apploondid sup V, of Rod Gum tibiber on the proreuwhc will be extremely valiable for railway sleepers &c.,, also a comfortable cottage. Early application invited. HAVING Established a Branch of our Business in Melbourne we are now nrepared :to hold WEEKLY SALES of Cattle, Sheep, etc. at the Flemin...

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SALE TURF CLUB RACES. SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 April 1883

SALE TUR,; CLUB RAGES. SECONiD'DAY. On TIursdiyj'lasI tthseconij day's meoting of the ibove:cltab:was' holld'on the Gre inwatlo Course ,,Ti 0 numtber present exceeded considerably tlhat of th lffaitea dray; ilded the d gitn:`tlrou wore much mor clos ly coiiteted. In the Steeplechasae.1and Lad L ie' Purse good fiulds started :.for eoch race, and tliotlfiseiultdt' were veryk goo. 'The .wnthor.,gasfne ,c ;throughout..,. ad rather warmer than on Wednesday. .Only ono usoriousleacoident>woccurrud ii tlioe 8tcplechase;-''hewit orit ofithe jockeys wiitlirtwn niid' brolco one of his arms in ti, ,pliices. Tihs wholel ,c kigmnya:?o.Sq!lsscircttasf~itlii mo ti succeasfu that lhas titkun :plce it any pan of` Gippuland if y 'iaibraiid Saloi imay now consuler that they have one of the best country clubs in the colony.I 1A n dii.f'.tlo'i iiuar bohlc ialcingt fraternity.,'as wellasi many of, the triccksters who 1follow such uiientini,; attended ",to feiceo the lasib . Thu following ate' the: sIeu...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 April 1883

; M'" ISCEII;ANEOUS ,;':' , '':.It .is;, reported, that ; Daroan Alfred lRothichi~ild,, ofLondon,,yoongerlhrotler of Baron: Nathaniel;Miis,o about to. be niarriod' to hiscouisin Beatrix; dhughlter of Barorn Ahpons oRotlthc Jdldf ]Parinr Thle" rid¢ýiooih'iq~forty years of age; ttlio'`ytigldyis6nl d11tion:' Migliagi.Davith; han copdontned ,thi useo of dynamite~ ih, thoistruggle.for FKomo:Rile,.holding all fbrins of'out rage to lio fatal to the successof the miqv0iont, He further deoleios that th'd adoptionof '°d;iyn}inito ipohloy by. the Irili`ad Io e Iotfid t destry all chaico; of; elylier, national or nocosh oefoj4ni in Ii'olknd'fodign ~ireatidii. to. 1A eiurloisli'advertisemoilit appeared in a late' issue"'of the "Liverpool iereir " .,It reads ni' follows I pst, my piikeo contlsiiitgig two ga iea aiid a cixponco., The inder eon keep. the: gold jf ho )vill,rptUrgatlip iipixpico, and it was:tho anmouitt,of daoago ro coived .froin the Midland- riilwiayfor breaking my leg"' The bit of-...

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THE LAST ELM OF THE AVENUE. A STORY OF DESTINY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 April 1883

*iTHE'!LAST!ELM. OE ITHE . AVENUE. S,,,, STo r"nEo? DEOSiY,,, " ,ihi A :'jiiteuh' dark';nighwrainifulling.' in tdrroutsi; wind blowing gtistilyi!frbin 6very'pointaopf"the compabs"'at'ionc. Two or'three oil 'lniaps fllckered feelily i tholie loibniona' strugglingicr.owdof damnp' passengers, a' dhaotioi nasse-of luggdge and-nio'portert" a I'r:!; n .. " Saith werd'iny earilientith iipsttibie ' ia ieiin 'thnibrd'otit'of tilA LoiidlbW 'tlo Ib trainiiat W'satwood, tlo' littatioh fbio Cinijltaeni;' t'hillier"I nrid "sbMinl f'idlf Idien"'otiher oflilore :wre liotfid, 'tb compldto oar education iy'ii 'coarte'of '"": IlJ""tc1''" niik'otry iistrdaitiod. xn so Iof Ci itnrii ?vas9vr a it Itiiomy ·raf!.Ilowhsood~":Las kedi;·tr ba,:cnt u illr "Welllin; abdutldithllair offorb:Rlhqi dicrtion oinch ill oiiiir 1tid IId)Il I w h~lo!:hadl se~n··ltr~hethde, plu dgedl 'outi tinot thrnig.u t 'i':.7 a 1 Oxtsidiehqia ii waiactionos f6tiierili ' clfiit privates, abold? to more itb~ nffd gpladrlymjp ilm e d ti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 April 1883

Trade Notices. T. B. ABBOTT. CHEMIST, DRUGGIST, AND DENTIST. SALE AND MAFFRA, IN THANKING the public for past favors and soliciting a coutinuance ofthe support so liberally accorded him, bogs to call attention to his SPo CrALITis nmany of whicuh (nior part1s. cularly his Chlorodyne, Antibilious Pills, and Odontalgino) havo commandcd a large salo forthelnastfourteonorfiftcnyoners,and proved equal if not superior to all other preparations of the kind, his OHLORODYNE' is pronounced by eminent physicians and all who have used it, superior to any similar proparation. It spoeedily relioves in whrtover organ and wvlhatover cause, pain and producas a foeling of conmfort and quietude not obtainablel y other remoedies, allays irritation of the neryous system, creates a calm refreshing sleep, and there are no bad ffercts. It acts like a clhari in Diarrhoum, Dysontry, Colic, Spasis, Palpitation, and gives nhlmoast immediato relief in Bronchittis, Asthma, Nuunigia, IHysteria, Whooping and oilher...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 April 1883

Some extensive purchases of pedigree cattle :have recently been made, by American. breeders in England, and the ! St. James' Gazette" states that a cargo of shorthorns from the herds of the Duke of Richmond and Gordon, Lord Latham, Sir flenry Allsop, and Sir Curtis Lampson, has been sent from Liverpool to Lexington, Kentucky, where they will be sold by auction. The Herefords, too, are in. great re quest .upon the other :side of the Atlantic; and two buyers have secured about 150 bulls of this: kind for the United States. . Holloway's. Ointment, and. :Pilla .Indisputable litmedies.-In: the use of these medicaments .there .need be no hesitation, or !doubt. of :itheir:. cooling, healing,,.: and, purifying properties. .Imagination can scarcely conceive the marvellous,..facility; with' which this :Unguent relieves and,heals .the most inveterate sores and ulcers, and in cases of lad legs and bad breasts they act like a charmsi:. The Pills are the most .effeetual .remedy. over. discovered ...

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

ABSTR.ACTOF SALES-BY: AUCTION To-.on0oW (Fo er t')lie. folleecreg vill be submitted to Publi? Auction at 1aratra' cotmencing at 12 o'clock noon :- r. Masns.: iA.: M' LAN A- Co. 25 Fat Bullocks and Cows, 450 grand SnBallooks, dc:& ' Br ,Y-ms. Emiisr;i PEnoc '& Cp0. Fat and Storb Cattle" cilrs" and By 3fscsun. A. 'Geri inetOO AND CO. 10 Tecnie '%Vorkliig'Bullock. ý nalso draughts, btoro ullooken and unbroken. hlf fIt .lTlURl ONOcTIOES." Kr 11w Stedono. EonciosH, Pro kAan Co.= e will e cettle brat C at Salecil , Rose, deifers, Sters, Horsd a, A.on Sun net. htEs. IL GcTuiw-O .AN ' '.CO" ut n?cl Storeo ttle.-Pailrhial Dis Sprict of ofra, c--D nd. Lmbsce Pigs, Johns rc, MONDAY, Arasnenxt S23dy Br hfeonon. A. BIIILEow AND Co. 40 Splendid Horoco,., sadldl' nend draughts, broken and unbroken.'. CHURCH NOTICES. bfnrseo will be colebratoed at Solo, Rose dllo, Stratford, need Menffn, on Sunday cost. Cnrncee or ENLAND.-Paroclhial Des. Irict of Mlefnra-Divino Service t St. John's ...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 April 1883

MELBOURIE. (rOI? OUo oWN oorPF.srONDENr.) . . . 1 Wednesday. The Service-otm.c Borjr M inistry lIavingmdtured their dchemos of law and order, vill re-.poear before the House to-morrow afternoon, and lay their plans and specifications on the table.. The only husihnoss to be cosadiloted this week will beiofa prebomary chiaracter, such as the passing - of thel'& Appropriatior~ Bill anid obtaining the eanction of the Housei to ono or two urgent measures. The-: coilitioni is coming into.' greater farorthan itl debut prognrostiiitodeand it is thought that with two wily old po)iticians. likeo: Messrs Berry, and Service to act, the steering chords the boat may live .long even in such a troubled. sea\ ,ns .th . prese!t. It is remnrkablle how the chord of self in~treost willbring oPpponents together, and make enemies friends, as evinced tdies eatter. The Education Commission, after diraglihg i on' for a' score of .weary moiiths, has at iias prepared itii final report;, and will to-day...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 April 1883

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS (Bf'( EB cr s rEI I ROiUwAPE. ) .Wodnesday E vening. Messras. A. M'Leanand Co. report: Falt Cattle:1-:i,760 head, forwai;d, and prices fell 15s to 20s. We sold Mrl Nicol's bullocks to: Lto 7s 6d,. averaging L8, 10s 6d, and cows to L5ý ls.a. F.nton, j isior's buillocks tio`i 7 10s, and, cows at L4 15s; Orisp's bul looks at L8 78s d; Mooro's at8L7' 1s, and cows., at; TL4 Ba j. Schroeder's bul locks L8. 12a.d, and cows from Bairns: dale to L5 10s. We also sold a number of calves from 17s'to L2 11s. Messrs. Ryan and Hammond report : -=Fat Cattle. -1,760 'wereo penn?d, all Victorian lots; .market dull;, prices 10s to 15s lowver; best pens bullooks to L12 10s. -We sold a, draft- for George Jones; Macedon. Fat .Slieop -1,400 odd yarded; market dull; prices. one shilling loweor, pri~e crossbred :wothers 16s to 17s;, prim, norine 'vothors. 13s to 14s. d. We sold abou?' 600 fos differenit owners. - " .'Messra. Pock, Hudson and Raynor report:- Fat' Cattle.-Modorate at-,...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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