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

I&ELBOURNE GRAIN.11WARKEET. M3osara. Groig and Murray hold thoir. usual weekly grain sale on Tuesday last and sold' :a, follows:-,:, . . =::, ]arloyap nglish, O"Ss Oi d per bushel ; soroonings,.,3s, dl, do. ,Oats, good feed, 2s lld to 3s 2d d. Poans; 3 ld to 3s 3d ; sood do, 4a 3d. Flour, unbranded, L9 i 0l'b? 'b " "gs.

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 April 1883

MAIL NOTICES. Maila close at the' atra Post-office for tho following places as under : F?r Salo Rosedaleo, Trralgon, Wal halls, Toongahbie, Melhourna, P.t Allbort, Tarcrvillo, &., at 11 aru. daily. For. Stratford, Bairisdalo Bruthen, Omoo, Grant, Dargo, etc., daily at 1.e30 For Upper Maffra daily at 3 p.In. For Hoyflold, Glenianaggio, CoeWar, and Seaton, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, anl Saturdays, at 3 p.m. Briagolong,' daily at 2.45 p.m. The Post-oflico is opon for telegrams at 8.30 a.mi. till 8 p.aa., closing bltweeC i and 2 and 0 and 7. Postal businsrs from 0 a.m. till 6 p. m. lMails close for Matflh at the uuder' montioned places as under : Sale, at 1.30 p.m. daily. Brlagolong, at 10.5 a.n. daily. Nowry, at 0.30 a.m. daily. Stratford, at 3.15 p.m. daily. Hoyflold, 8.30 anm. Tuesadays, Thu days, and Saturdays.

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 April 1883

COMMERoIAL -INTElILLIO.CE. . IP: LAD0 STOOK -REPR ,Ipsars A.o-M'Lean and Co., of Mhllo, report :-We yarded a large number of Ic and store cattle, a largo attendance, and prices for fat improved considerably. ti, also cleared all stores, but biddings web dull. W·o sold fat bullocks from L7 to L8 10s ;.cows, L4 2s Gd, IA lOs, LI Ih Gd, L, , L5 s Gdi LI.1i7s Gd, LG I4s GI, and L7 :s Gd ;enalers, L1 5s, L1 7 Storo Cattle.-Wu sold Mressrs 1,rcn and 'Co's' 'biuldcks and steers (frco Bright) at L4 13s and L4 17s; cows, for sname owiers,::at L3 13s; heifers, same owners, L117so AWe also sold U0 bulluch for O.Grany, Esq., Omeo, at L5 7s; ano other lota of bullocks and steers at fron L4 Os, -L4 13s, L4 15i, L4 18, to L5 8l We also sold a small lot for E. Riggall, Esq.. at L4 .18s; good conditioned butl locks to LG s ; cows, L2, L2 10s, L3, and L3 s ; auilch cows, L4 to L4 12s Gd. Messr.a English, Pock, and Co. report: -Fat Cattle.--Price for good quality its to 1a highser this week ; very few...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 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 of the.- support so liberally accorded hisi, begs to call attention to his Sr-. ocArSres, -many of which (more parti cularly his.Chlorodyno, Antibilious Pills, and Odontalgine) have conmmnded a large sale forthe laatfourteeonor fiftoenyears,and proved equal if not superior to all other preparetioes of the kind, hise. OHLORODYNE. is pronounced by. emnent physicians and all who have -used it, superior to any similar preparation. It speedily relieves in whrtever rgan and whatevercause, pain and .produces a fooling of comfort and quietpdo nut ebtainable by other remedies, allays irritatioin of the nervous system, oroates a lnhn refreshing sleep; and there tIre tno bad oetoets. It nots like a charm in Diarrhlac, Dyseutry, Colic, Spasms, Palpitation, and gives lloost immediate relief in Brouchitis, Astlhma, Nouralgin, Hystoria, Whooping and ot...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DIVORCE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 April 1883

THE DIVORCE COURT. The sittings of tlie Stpr6mo Court, in its Divorce and Matrimonial Causes Jurisdiction were, commenced on Mon yday, beforoe the Chief: Justice and; Jus tices Higinbotha i and Holroyd. S LE BSUEUR: V.: LE' BUEUI:: Thins was a. petition, by John James DiividHonry 'Le Suour, a'blicksmith at Carlton, for the dissolution of his mari: age with his.wifi, Aiini dLe Sueur " lnee' Haydeii, onthe ground'of her having coiniitted'adultery ,witli n man named James. l!Ge, who,'was. co-respondent. Mr .F.. Sminyth alpesaredifor the peti tioner.:.There was no appearance for the resphodent' or co-respondent. : It ap peared froni the' evidence of, the petitioner, a person of about 290 or 30 years of age, had been married: to the respondent atCainperdown, ontho.29th April, 1875, liy'the Rev. Mr. Warren, a Bible .isChristian: minister. She:' has been a barmaid in an hlotol, near there, andl'lie had not known her many weeks before the cereomny was performed. They. lived together for.abo...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY, MORNING, APRIL 19, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 April 1883

THEE THURSDAY- MO~•NNG, APRIL 19,188 All those who, pride ,thncislves? ion tel noble art of. shooting will.:havo an excel lent chance of distinguishing thomselves today; 'o & glas'' ball swcep las been arranged to' take 'place in the.vicinity of theo township. : All those who intond entering :for the swooep would do well by coming forward edrly in, tho: day, no the match commonces at two p . i"'. ' An entertainment will" hb given this eveniig in the Stratford State Schoolroom, inidor the iiusjiles of the Stratford Choral Guild, wlich will also be assisted by the Sal' Ainateur blinstiols, :haviing for its object the raising of money towards the organ fund of the Church of Englaond. The class of ontortainmoent offered,, and the beautifully clehmrights which we now get, should tend to draw a good house. On Friday a large number of cattle will be submitted' to public auction in the various yards, imingst whliich' Mesars. A. D'PLean and Co. will offer 300 splendid bullocks, on ac...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POETRY. GOOD-BYE! [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 April 1883

POETRY." . . 'GOOD-BYE 1.:., There's the freshness of the.brine and the .ewsdtnossaof ilw'irs" inith'bfool air tihat kisses these hot heleks .0, r.ofdurs, rta h : 1 A-While tho sea-gulls skim home with the There's the beauty, of peaco on the' shore a' aria the sea,;:' ' ThreM'sWthodbeoiity of ho in th fiiture, -Butoalas for thb love that has died i And alns forthe.joy that shall blossom Rio 'The raliturouie meetings, ;the bliss, that SThe Ipasion wo lmiled as iine !, The pasýtiei a ndie'nn'that shall hunt us a An'dithbfadole,it may be, in the light of S:""asiubile.' . That shall-be as " water to wino." I have loved, I have lost, tho story is told; The sweet spell has ended, the hot love ..grown - old, The glamiouir has pased from our eyes ; And-to.night,:as we standtiinthe red sun. !-,,t :set light,.- . We have, bidden '! good-bye' to our deed "love's delight,' SYou and I--man and woman -grown wise. , It la d?at'; w reare free; and thie future may hold Some sweet 'solice for me, for...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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A WONDERFUL BEARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 April 1883

A. WONDERFUL, BEARD. Chicago, 'it appears, -ica- justly lay claim to reckoning: among; its iablisi tants the msan withltho longest bIebrd in-the, world;,or at any rate ifttheis. lives otiewith a longer b'eard'?l: hadis never put in an appearance 'in answer to Adani Kirper's repeated challenge.. The individual' in questioni who is now in his6i6th year, is a Germian by biritl,. and'so early in lifeas 11 was remarkable for the hairy dluvelopmient ofihis chids. At that age he-began to shave, but-left. off tlihe use of 'razors atil6; since which time he has cultivated his beard, made a. little fortune by it, aind earned notoriety by it. When, as a young, manihel en tered 'the German army, he boasted of a moustache, measuring,. it: ise'said;, l feuet' long,'but the -inconvenience, this appendage occasiolied him -induced!hities to sacrilice it. Soon afterwards hewvenit to America, where lie has since resided, the wonder aind astonishmenti of his fellow-men. His: remarkable beard over 20 ye...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (ARGUS.) LONDON, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 April 1883

EUROPEA,. TELEGRAhIS. Sir .Alfred, Paget'; surgeon to. thd Queen, has givon an'opiionto tlhaf Her Majesty's knee joint,; injuredgby hpr recent accident, will recoverites power, although slowly. M 3ullet, onoiof thoe prisoners arrested in connectioni with the recent;'Feninri plotsi lias beeni acceptedis an informe His evidence implicates, som of. the prominent Land Leaguers. STho French. envoy at Pekinha libeen degradedliby thei Governeint oftlho Republic, because hl had admitted the supremiey claimiiedd by Elie Clii»deidrovei the Kingdomi of Annum, including the province of Tonquin, which the French troops are now invading.. .. The Reiclhstag of the German empire will be invited to consider schemes for mulatehl by ,Prince Bisimark, for the relief of the grievances against which the Socialists complain, in connection with' the-bieinialbudget. Twenty thousand sailors and whprf laborers, are on.,striko in tho;porb of Marseilles. It is reportedthatetho Mfarquis of Lornse has been select...

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

Auctions. FAT AND STORE OATTLE.,, MAFFRA, FRIDAY, APRIL 20. A ? MLEAN and CO. will Sell,at their A yands- 25 Prime Fat Bullocks and Cows 100 Splendid Bullocks, 4 to 5 years old, a fine lot. 50 Splendid Bullocks, in fine condi' Also," account P. Gallagher, Esq., of :30.) Grann. Bullooks, 4 to 6 years old, e'?el bred, T?eobllgrowvn; and in fine condition. :"T?lie iabi6S: areabne of'the boat=lots for ward this season, and are reported as splendid doors. HORSES. " .HORSES. MAFFdRA, ;MONDAY, :APRIL 23. AM'LEAN and CO." willesell at their .t-.. yards, :account Jan;. Rid, Ada minaby, N.S.W. 40 ;TSplendid: Horses, 'eadalo and draughts, broken and unbroken... oUbdiit 'FA~ AT? WA-DE-LOCK. .M F. ,, FRIDAY, APRIL 27. kM'LZEAN.?and CO. will sell at their . 'yards, for D. M'Donald, Esq,-- . A splendid Paddock, containing 60 ----- res rich agricultural and fattening land, adjoining his homestead. , HORSES: HORSES. ,MAFFRA, M ONDAY,:' APRIL,30. A M'LEAN and 00. will, sell at their . :'yards, for H;...

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

?Ooaches, &c.:.... (o and CO.'s8 COACHESIT leave ' CTEORION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. daily. (Sitnday oexcepted,- arriving at Daimdalo at 7.3Q p.m. are, 10s. All information, &c., at Cobb and Co.'s Olie, Criterion Hotel, Saleo. ROBERTSON, VOANER- - CO v .SaIt-tb1IT ffa an ewry ROYAL MAIL. A COACII will RUN DAILY between f above places, leaving Nonry daily at 9.4i arn., latlra 11.15 a. m; , arriving at Sle at 12.15 p.m, and return the same diy, leaving Sale on arrival of train; for 3atrb and Nerry. Passengers and parcels booked at tlo following places : Sale, T. DTiggan's Criterion Hotel; 3lalff, Wni. Bannister's Camdon Hotel;, and at Rawlin's Nowry otel.., All parcels left for conveoyance must boe pre id, otherwise they dill not be for J. FISHER, p HEYFIELD TO MAFFRA mHE Conve?aico: between b.this abov Splaces will be DISCONTINUED: util further notice. .,Any parcols thatý an be forwarded on horaback will be duly; delivered All parcels nust-be prepjid, ad a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 April 1883

RAILWAY NOTICE. Trains now leavo SaLD at 7.55 n.m.' and 447 p.01. Thoy are duo at SAL at 1.45 p.ln. and 10.35 p.m. Trains leaveo folbourno at 7.40 n.m. and 4.27 p.m., and are duo in Meolbourno nt 2.0 p.m. and 10.20 p.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 April 1883

oUMMR1OIAL INI2'JLLIGEOE - -- -- -- - -- ·. . MIlOUION GRnAIN MAtRKET. Messrs. Willianm Adamson and Co. report for theoweeok ending Awril 18th: Grain,-Whoat is not much in: demand, and at auction very fewlines weroe old, Iholders req'irnig more than buyers feel disposed to give;-. 'ip price that wheat is being forced' to 'completely precludes shlipmont to Londonm,, andt unless the Emnglislh market advanoes or holders givo way, business is likely to be at a stand still. Price to-day is nominally sa Id to a 5(cd for good to primo... Oats are not brisk, and onlyn few .amall lies haive been disposed of during the wooeek; prices havo a wide range, via., front 2s Oil to is i3d, nccording to luality. Ilarley is very firms, imadting qualities selling at 01 to sa 84d i Oapo sorts roealise Ins d to 3s lid1. P1na-Not mnany offering; mv quoto' s 2d to is 4hd. Maiso (no?) is solling' n?'to 4, Od, Flourn-Wu qUOte £11 to £11 2s Od.. Dairy ProaucO. Ohoose was in good demancd at about our last quota...

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A BROKEN FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 April 1883

A BROKEN FOITUNE.. Poor Phillip Yandordonrk. All. his life he had toiled and saved and scraped, and pulled every string that had a dollar at the end of it. And now all his hard earned wealth was gone, and a great hantful intorest.eating mortgago spreads its black wings over all that lhe owned and loved on earth. IHe sank into a chair and folding his arms upon the table before himi, hbowed his grey headi upon them, and groanid great groans from Groanville, Groan County. His heart seemed bIreaking. 'Did you ortgaget lihe farm 1" asked his wife anxiosuly, stealing softly, to his side. "Yes," lie growled, "lhoth farms, and sold the wood- lot over on Big Island.". "And did you have to mortgage the town house, too 1" she asked with quiver ing lips and.glistening eyes. " Oh, yes," said the main in. hollow tones. "Oh yes, and sold all my stuock in tho Northern, and hypothecated what I had in the Sixthlstreet bridge." "A.nd wasn it enough 1" she naked, trmlinlig with eagerness, " Was it enou...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 April 1883

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMI5. LO.-Doos, April 19. The King of the Netherlands will open the Amsterdam Exhibition on the let May. The Prince of Wales has intimated that he will be unable to be present at the opening ceremony. The arrangements in connection with the Victorian and New South Wales courts have been pushed forward rapidly, and they will be thoroughly complete before the Exhibition is opened. The exhibits from the different countries pro sent a most imposing appearance, and the pyramid representing the quantity of gold obtained in Victeria since the industry was first started will form a special feature of attraction. The pyramid has been completed, with the exception of the gilding, which is now being proceeded with. Messrs James 1M']ain, Howard, Spensloy, and G. C. Lovey, will represent Victoria, The remaining courts, with the exception of the Netherlands, are in a very back ward condition, and it is hardly'possible that they will be finished in time for the opening. . The Honora...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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CRICKET. HEYFIELD V. MAFFRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 April 1883

ORICKET. HEIrecaI V. bInreu. The match betweon the two clubs above mentioned was to have been played on a Saturday on the local ground, and notwithl standing the unpropitious prospect of tlhe weather during the morning, the visitors turned up to scratch, but, until after 2 o'clock, the game was not proceeded with on account of the rain, which fell heavily after 12 o'clock;. as the weather appeared clearer as' the afternoon advanced, both teams agreedr that the 'match should be commenced. The Maffra captain, Mr Wallen, having won tihe toss, elected to go to the wickets, play, wooas started and the scoring was very slow at first, but after- the fall of two wickets the bowleros found diflicelty in standilg to deliver; the ball, and soreo great hitting was done by Campbell and 11'Loan, who scored freely, Campbell retiring with 17 runs to his credit; Davis, joined %I'Lean, and iih, spite of the rain falling heavily the game went on, Davis emulating his prodecessor int big hitting,' makin...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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ABORIGINAL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 April 1883

ABORIGINAL GATHERING. For some time past it has boon rumourod that a groat gathoring, of aborigines, from all surrounding parts of thlo colony and from Victoria. was to tako place, in Bega. For the o.past wook. or so our sable,friends have mustered in strong force, each day 'witnessing an addition to tlheir ranks. The mooeeting arises out of a suggestion, we believe, mado by Mr Warden Howitt, a Government ofliciai in Gippsland-a well. known explroor. who is writing a book on the aboriginal natives of the colonies who intends to be hero a week or so to interview thei remnant of the former pos sessors of -the soil. There are none about 150 blacks camped down omi the banks of Boga River, inclilding the northorn, who arrived' in five heats, on, Mondoy, and as " ways and means" were not properly considered by the ruling powerts among them, Mr Pedon charitably took the matter in hand, and'rniaud the Protec tor of Aborigines for authority to expend a sum of money in providing, oetalose .[r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 April 1883

Coaches, :&0c CBS and CO.'s. COACHES leave O CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. d~y (Sunday oxcepted), arriving at iiasodalo at 7.30 p.m. Fare, 10s. All information, &c., at Cobb and Co.'a Off0co, Criterion Hotel, Sale. HOBERITSON, WAGNER & CO. "?.- ? . .... ' T : ?* ?.?7r,?? Sale to Mafta and Newry ROYAL MAIL. A COACH will RUN DAILY between above places, leaving Newry daily at 9.45 sm;, laffra 1L 15 "a m:, arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Salo on arrival of train for Posenges mandi parcela booked at. the following places :-- :.:::i - .'::' Sale, "Duggan's Criterion Hotel; lfatnia, Win. Bannister's Camden'Hotel; and at Rawlin's Nowry Hotel-'i.; : A?ll parcels loft for conv?y'ace must be prepaid,; otherwise theoy:will not be for . MardeJ. FISHER, i Proprietor HEYFIELD TOMAFFRAI. m E Conveyance between the above Splaces- will :be LDISCONTINUED until further notice: Any parcels ,that can be forwarded oi heosback.will bo...

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THE LAST ELM OF THE AVENUE. (Concluded.) A STORY OF DESTINY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 April 1883

| TH LAST ELTM OF THE' AViNUE.. (Concluded.) A STOtIr or DuSTiseY. ".Wliere's the Parade? I've never seednit yet," he remarked. Ilmarched him eastward forthwith. It was half past twelve on abright autumn morning, the sun was sllining, the sea dancing, bevies of pretty ch ildion frolicking ontho'shingle, and three of the prettiest girls in Clinqhaven taking a brisk turn afterbathiuig. The very prettiest ~bowed to me and looked as if we might comen and talk to her it we liked.; but all tiat acLeisli said was, " It was a bad plhce for working and thart lie wanted to;go, to the town and buy some red iiik I"' " This way, I said. " Yom don't. mean to say you have not been. down. the Lady's Avonue'l" We .turned through a gate into'tlie, cool shade of sonie pollard, elms that? meado' a boweery walk across some low- lying;emeadows to the towni"!' Some, dead:and gone county Inady--bless lier considerate soul-plantoed this grove and'l equatheditto tlihe town.;, It's the prettiest thing in inq ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL AND MR. P. C. MORONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 April 1883

THE COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL AND MR. P. C. MORONEY. The following will be read with interest by the friends of our late secre- tary and engineer at Maffra. The following portion of the report from the "Colac Herald" of the meeting held on the 18th inst., before Crs. Thomas (president), Hamilton, Buchan- nan, Collins, Forrest, Darcy, and Bird, we append : THE ENGINEER'S AGREEMENT The President stated that at the last meeting of the Council it was decided that all oflicers should sign an agroo ment. In connection with the Engi neer's agreement it had not been signed by that officer (Mr l\oroney), for the reason that when ho was appointed the Council verbally consented not to re miove him from oflice only by special order as laid down in theLocal Govern ment Act. The Ecigineer stated that in his letter accepting ollic Ihe stipulated tlhat hce should not be removed from oflice only by special order. HIe wished that clause insorted in the agreement. By asking that, theor was no desire to take...

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