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MAFFRA POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 13TH MARCH. (Before Messrs. A. W. Howitt, P.M. and J. Carpenter, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 March 1882

MAFFBRA' POIiOE.?COURT.'. ," MONDAY, l,3TIs MASnD. (Before Messrs. A.. W..? Howitt P.M. ' and J. Carpenter, J.P. Tlho cas oof" W. Giueostvi.' Mary Fergue, for selling lin i ore witiout a license whicih hadnbeen;adjourneeifrom list court, to.enable the complainant to. pro?uri certain' necessary:' ovidence, was, at thIe request'b tfhi' ispecio' of licensed houses, withdiinrawn. Rose Morgan, was finedt 2es Gd for. neglecting to sendia' child to school. :'Mr.- Bushe; whlo? appeared: for -the Maffra Shire Council bbtained the' fol lowing orders- against'. defaulting.T rater payers ;W.. Bell,?L1 eis, witht 7s G6d costs ; Ann Jane Maher, LI 2as, witlih 7s Gd costs; Margaaret O'Rielly., L1' l4s, vith 7s Gd costs, James Sweet man 5s;.with 7s Gd costs;, Wm. ,To good, L1 8s; with is 6d costs;.J IR. Williams,; L: 8s, without costs. In this caseI pernssion wsas: aklied to amend- .the. summonso.,.which: was 'grnted. John We?t;.v. JosepLittlo, for the `price of'105pair of fowls; supplied: at 4s pe...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 March 1882

Auctions. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, MARCH 17.. FAT AND STORE CATTLE. A M'LEAN sand 00. will Sell at their 20 Prime Fat Bullock sad Cowa - 105 Splendid Store Bullocks from Begs, N.S'W., all daniy bred. 6 Superior Milch Cows, 40 Cows and Steers. TRARALGON, MONDAY, MARCH 20, A WLEAN and CO. will Sell at above place, on account of - Feehan, 40 Half-fat Bullocks 40 do Cows The above are a good lot. TO LET BY AUCTION, MAFFRA, FRIDAY, MARCH £4. A M'LEAN and CO. will LET by SAuction, on above date The Derwent Park property, con. sasting of about 100 acres Term-Five yeara Fall particulars on application to A. M'Leao andCo.-Johnsou-street, Mafora IMPORTANT SALE OF LAND, C ATLE, &c PRELIMI ARY NOTICE, M'LEAN and CO., instructed by . . J.N. Hassell, Esq., Executor of the late I. Bath, will Sell by Auction during the first week in March, the balance of the estate, including 1000 Acres excellent Freehold Land, known as Cherry-tree Flat, on -hich the homestead is erected. Also, goodwill of Run. 600 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 March 1882

Coaches, &c. ::. OBB and CO.'s COACHES :leave. CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted)j, arriving at Bairnsdalo at 7.30 p.m. Fare, 10s: All information, &e, at Cobb and Co.'s (1co, Criterion HITtel, Salo. . Sale to Maifra and Newry ROYAL MAIL. J FISHER'S comfortably covered COACH will RUN DAILY between the above places, leaving Newry daily at 9.45 am., Maffra 11.15 a.o., arriving at Salo at 12.45 p.m, and return the samo day, leaving Sale at 2.30, arriving at Mafra 4 p.nm. and Newry 5.30 .p.m. passengers and parcels booked at the following places: Salfe, T. Dggan's riterion Hotel; Mafmr, Winm. Bannister's Camden'Hotel;, and at Rawlin's Newry Hotel. All parcels left for conveyance o?ust be prepaid, otherwise they will:not be:for warded. ." '. J. FISHER, HEYFIELD TO - MAFFRA. mHE Conveyance between the aiove places will be DISCONTINUED until- frther ndtice.',:-Anyfparcelsae.thai, can be forwarded on horsback will 1e duly delivered 'All.pa...

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Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, 15th February, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 March 1882

Colonial. Secretary's Office,.. Perth, 15th February, 1881. Sir,-I have the honor to transmit here with, for the' information of Sir Bryan O'Loghen;' the official report' of the find ing of the remains of Mr W. Lowe, of whose loss in the bush, on the Gascoyne, I have already informed you.-,I have the honor to be, Sir, Your obedient servant,. Geo ?? Phillips, Assistant Colonial Secre tary. E: J. Thomas, Esq.' The Treasury; Melbourne. Northern'District.. . Geraldton. Station,. l6th February, 1882. Senior Sergeant Rowe. Mr. Bayliss arrived here this morning from the Gascoyne by the schooner Sarah. I sent for him to my office, and' he gave me the particulars of" Mr. Lowe's death. On or about the 11th November, Mr.: Lowe and Mr. John Brockman, started on an expedition to look for land up the Gascoyne River. They were well mounted and had a pack-horse, and a native in Mr. Bunbury's employ accompanied them as a guide. On the, first day they were to travel to a place called Yellowoy, where ...

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HEYFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 March 1882

ITEYFIRLD . IAOE. St. .Patrick's: Day. at Heyfield wa~,. as usual, celebrated by- the annual' races., As the morning was!fine there was a. good attendance. The races rwere held in a paddock belonging to Mr. Woodhouse, and passed off sccess fily, with the exception of a slight 'accident to one of the riders. The principal prizes were taken by Messrs. Davis and Riee. The Maiden Plate was won by Rice's Orphan, and' the Hack Hurdle Race by Cameron's Marmaluke. Chamney's Napoleon gained a win in the Handicap Hurdle Race, and the race of the. day-the Heyfield Handicap-was won by Davis'. Camerine. The first foot-race, 100 yards, Handicap, was won by F. Carpenter, and J. Davis second. The 200 yards Handicap was taken.by, W. Skeels, J. Davis again oomning seoond.

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SPORTING NOTES. GIPPSLAND GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 March 1882

SPORTINIG NOTES. OIPP8LAND OUNICLUB. A:-t 12; o'clock on. Thursday last the second- competition of the Gippaland Gun Club was to have taken place, but sowing to the pigeons having missed the last' train on Wednesday night,, they were not' able to commence until after two o'clock.. To employ the time they, had to wait, sweeps were got up; the firsi? for which there were 14 entries, wa'wonhhy.Mr. A. G. Carpenter, the second'and'thild 'money being divided by Mesers P:.arlieck and H. Reynolds. -The- second, of 15 entries, was divided by Messrs: Harbeck andl Reynolds. The marks in: these sweeps .iveroglass balls, ; which, for. the. information of those unacquainted with ,them;, we describe. They are, of- a dark, browni color, and about the size.of a small billiard ball;, hollow,, and; filled with saw-dust they are thrown into. the or by a strong steel trap, and are esil' broken. A?t about half-past two oclock the match was proceeded. with, resulting in a win for Mr. H. Reynolds, killing ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 March 1882

CRICOKT. A scratch match, was a played, at Maffra on Saturday, last, ;by our local crioketers. Play was kept up till even ing but no gamoewas decided. As our boys intendibefore long to challenge the Sale Juniors, a little practice can do them no harm. The.match Stratford v. .Briagolong, the Briagolong team came off wiith full. honors, beating their adversaries by 22 runs. On Saturday next, a return match will ho played, at Sale, between, the Heyfiold and Nor. manby teams.

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FOOT-RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 March 1882

A. match has been arranged? between Measrs. . Parkinson andf3. Davis for C10 a side,'to.como off at fMa?-a, on the 7th. April. ,The .distance, is: 240 yards,, Mr ?Parkinson, giving this oppo nent..22 yards lstarts, The exact.,time and place of starting will: noted, in a future issue.

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(AGE.) LONDON, 20th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 March 1882

(±oL)i o',...ono,,2Oth March. Afire'broke' out'In one of the !theatris at St. Petersburg, reeulting in its destruction, thebuilding being com. pletely gutted.? Fortunately no. lives were lost. A number of prisoners who had been condemned to imprisonment in Siberia have escaped. Among. them were several who had boon banished for. political offences.. The laborers in Ireland are organis. ing with a view to securing higher. wages from the tennant farmers. A debate is now going onin the French legislature on the question! of the oath of allegiance. A proposal has been made to modify it, and the question is being discussed with con sicerablo warmth. An avalanche has occurred in the State of Nevada. An enprmous mass of snow came down from tjie mountains overwhelming in its cour0t a number of dwellings. So far as is at present known, .eighteen lives have been lost. LoNDno, 21st March. It has been decided thlgs the corona.' ti m of Alexander the Third. Emperor of Russia, which has been hith...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (ARGUS.) LONDON, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 March 1882

EUR OPEANli TEL EORAM;. SLONLoxo, March 18. A meoting of tho conservative ,memlers of,both houses of Parliament has:been hold-at the Carlton Club, to consider the policy the party should pursue during the present session. The Marquis of Salisbury and Sir Stafford Northcoto both advisecd that no alliance should be formed with the Irish party, and that no factious obstruction should be offered the Government proposals. The racing boat which Edward Trickott, the Now South Wales oars man, brought with him from. Toronto, and which was built upon the lines of Hanlnim's boat, has been smashed in a collision on tho.Thames. The wool market continues very firm; 158,000 bales.. have been catalogued during: the present, series, and 9,000 have been withdrawn. '

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 March 1882

M-SISCEL ANANEOUS: . Some rufianl has destroyed the oasl. inthe 'Ararat Botaiical O-aiha l . Carrots treated wlt'rit rsiic athe. ,most effective rabbit destroyers.?. Mir. Beiit?i?ver meant that press parcels' iof ' opy" ihoeild 'b?' chlrged fo r. - .! w;: ; r? m .l 1 .: ,a l h, 'in ¢ ' v, Our iIndinatdor"i: i' thei"t'VWrl~ i tipped yorrectly"fvoeut ofsiTix cer, ai? ,Pollio .wonlt the Austrlian-O ?'1i 4 miLLg seC., the fastest time oun'e Freemantle, r etern Australia; pis to hav? ,iinew iowi hail allt a cost' f'' ' 1 0; 0 00 : . ".. " "... . .. W " 7 ': t STwo hundred lihiad" of catti'o have ,been.i ro\inedlin 'a floodd ati'Ooper's' Creek.liT ."*:, ,r-;! r" , : : i'a t l ui l :,Thoer-Russian, t6rtifcition, in 'thI militar,,y district of Warawm cosh The Melbourno eorrespondcatqe iL little' & 'inotliu to say bout' politiies at present. A lterribl6 fireocicured'receiitlyat .Duiedinh?by which four. childrei were rgt to death., . r The entrance money, for the fel-o "ure A;inlual R...

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TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 March 1882

TOONGABBIE. ! (rnOM .A ooRRaRPONDENT.)' .Thethreshing in this distriot is now completed.. The farmers have had good yields of wheat, oats, barley, Peas, &c., and have obtained fair prices for their produ'e, which ha, to some extent at least, made up for the three years that succesive poor crops and low prices have ruled. The season has also been exceptionally fine for harvesting and 'threshing, and for allowing the grain to be housedi in good order. The encou ragement this afforded to the farming interestwill probably result in .a much ,larger, area boidg placed under cultiva. tion during the year; already prepara. tons are being made for the next . crop by; burning, clearing, ploughing,,&c. A few days steady rain to soften. the .grpund and make the grass grow:i; greatly vanted before the cold' weather sots in., As was expected there has 'been 'some delay in the acceptance of tenders for tho.Traralgon line ofU railway.' A little flutter of; excitementi was caused .by...

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QUEER CENSUS RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 March 1882

"QUEER OEHNnSU'-ElTVUANS./ ** Jf Amongst ths various sects,,as 'shlow I.by *the? census, ro r 'the ollowing:-' Aj~ti-hunabugite, ,ondescpt,- "nutie' and 'Ti iMrty; Neuitral, Sileit Adiirerf, clddnilclast 'Nolilhing Particiilar ,i iimaterialist, orrowite, Bush Quaer, uteis/tsLiber"Vieatoionial Chaiiisii t-s anate iial'd'<l e 'Iaw sITheosophist, 'Walritc,'' tliileirit, 'Broherhood ,of, NowTifj?, J osephito, Th "Joslphite" churcl consists iof! i f. g,wen; thi ,".Didas" .am o,..re nte . by one woman; "lp"ad tpar.q£.ro Gocd"is 'the dof s eral. woiýe ;,oo, 'womýn constitutos tho R'Hunanitaniaa" *3 nomination; if' Saved Sinnelrs' in6cluesi two men and one woman ;thlo: Eclued tics - comprises, two womeni,; BiBii??ji Colenso has ,.one .follower,: thio " Bn"" one .worshipper, and tlihO Biotheirhood' of.)Lifo" consistas solely of one a'tistr. ITheTltter iDay Saits dr Mormons do liotappear tobi in 'ud faor in'ithe eyes'bf te'faiiirsc iheie'leil 3male. represeitativesI and only 'two f...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 March 1882

MELBOURNE CRAIN MARKET. SMessrs. Greig - and Murray held their usual grain salo at their rooms on: Tuesday., 21st March; and sold' SWhoat-Shipping, 5s 6d per bushel. Barley.-English mediium, 4s ld per bushiel'; miixed do, 3s 10dto 3s llijdo. iOats. -Good, feed,; 3s,4d) toi 3s id. per bushel.; do Calbutta, 4s 2.d do. i .Maize,; s 4?d peir bushel; peas, at 'Ss 9ddo ry-grass seediQs%: do. :d SGPoslatn hos, s peron 'to ' Gippsland- hops, Is Ba to is 9d per Ib. l" " * ' i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 March 1882

Auctions. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, MAROH 24. FAT AND STORE OA'1TLE? A 3'LEAN iand 00. will Sell at their y rards ' prime Fat Bullicks and Cows '10 Very superior Bulloces, 4 and 5 fears old, large-framed, good colours; a really splendid lot. 80 Very superior Bullocks, 3 to 5 years old, good colours, well. grown. 150 Good Store Cows. ?' 00 Young Cattle, 18 months to 2j years, well-bred. S0 Mixed ages and sexes, d., o., 20 Good Pigs. TO LET BY AUCTION. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, MARCH 24. M'LEAN snd CO. will LET by . Auction, on above date The Derwent Park property, con aisting of about 300 acres. Term-Five years. Full particulars on application to A. M'Lean and Co, Johnson-street, Matle, MAFFRA, FRIDAY, MARCH 24. A M'LEAN and CO. will Sell, by -. order of Mr. T. O'Sullivan, at his residence, Household Furniture, con sisting of Iron Bedsteads, Tables, Pictures, Mirrors, and an amount of sundries ' too numerous to mention. Time of sale,'3,.m. SATURDAY, MARCH 2. A M'LEAN and CO. will Sell, at Mrs . Morgan's...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 March 1882

DEATH. O'SULLIVAN - At Maffra, on 20th March, 1882, after a painful illness, Ellen, the beloved daughter of Timothy and Mary O'Sullivan, aged 2 years and 3 months. RIP        

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AN IRISH MILLIONAIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 March 1882

AN 'IRISH MILLIONAIRE: SITea fiUlo-orkiferild'linias: "It ,?rustatestLht:t:lit totle present: o will of ,.rT3Ir.elFmrncialiWisc, itle1 distille~' has · niaiai nd'i;i aindit i suclcl aniivent ed ~~ n s; o£ ofT Kl n county Tip pgry , itheotlier.? tlhc GOu)bins illa` ths isa? ypf,,t deceased s.. .n : fr:0 iv nta , Ir, Gu abins. :op~unting . jt1at ,theolipasoi iIs: one of v,!.JniephnGubbinst ofldilruh, cofhnty SLimerick.:aOf;ciii?sraei3thrO' e ia' , radency in?id?ogenerality of lnstany?t tor Seia?ggerate thedainisoit of ,thediets of odTa iera i bn' IikeoI YwMr is but froe '" hat'1 lean-and wo beliyve ,wit1s 'irii1Wiiai the capital will come up to L3,000,00asteriti:g. He is saiditot have had .an' inhvestment of L80)B,dO ;...i the;tl.G9ermnent .Bunds,. ande. a nt v-tod)iiecreditain thebaniik of L100,06 ," The sinterest of hi E'English funsded ci prdperty would be 'L 4000' a'yeiar. -.'rhenlhsisinoonie fromln ii l iandc lidri mties`iri tend so S'r ieLr'1 a1870t wa Sestiimated at L30,000 a `...

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SENSATIONAL MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 March 1882

.JSATIO± A..JXI8SCARRIAGE is,: iln "" is : { rips stnlkin ns<taoc9, of,,Utie sn?ibility, o jud- and uries, sad the dgaugerof elm ig too impaipitiy, aponizresiun ,istatiatl piidnee ra.ui nsippoed nsworn tcstimony,:haljust icme to bightnear ileek..,.Onethe 29th ofjanuary; 1880,! ir: wo;resp?ctable ?:lashton::(farmois,' xwhsuaned. Samuel·Clowes' sand Henoy. ,lifohnson,1 i'ereo'sentenc~ i at the Staf-i 'fordshir- s-iazes, ? y d3.r. iistice r rBotrein';i,' t .ar pendii scr ituler 'rfo lid t ~ilfly,nfia cius;and y oishni idsan tonen on r,-of F: Ushton' irr. ,th .leiffet jthatoraid the priso?el?, .togeth?,4,?ithan- t?n namedShe?it rn' (who was acquitted),weretogether at rent di-oereatd-the four walked togaegrthS theh-way totheir respoctive homes-.for--ca.-onsideralde distance., Brobks tlieiit efttheni, ?and they wished [I Jhim.,goodtiightsin.a motsAfrieiduly ::r?mdihnerf On auearing hosie 'Brooks d .dtatedstlist threo?me'juiimpedieoutof' " tti=e , ? ;iid?whie two hield hini the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 March 1882

L jý" 1 D! Are: E NG40N'' EEIL I N C#; 'L - A ? Ah7'. ENGA INT:E' 0RING oa ?. ,?i: ,,,!?3 ,[0(r;'·: · r . i , -. . ,. I " , ,. LANS anBdESTIAT'1EBSforI Build;;. _ings, Dams; Tannksp )a t ninscael :2M2A'FF.fRlA SPECT.A2TOR 4 POTING BILLS, OF ALL SIES `On ciriq or whidwte page,` bot tea h Bs " Ai-Fo.c[sy ! 2" C,? trC'RTICK , OAnna, PRDB ·A~ MME, .. .P ROSm:F .U, :. : ,S aow , O I s, . EtCEIJ t BooKs, .?T I.rSN G, lrtl.EISOru 2P ISHI2 CARD LThe Proprietor lbihng determinec .ttor R ' for the guidanc111 e of Advertlais l lh ,EWS P.A 1' rsce u; 4 t be accompanied-by hthi renlmae f ithe writer, not necesaly for pbliction, but POSTING 3IL:PLS, OFN ALLSIZES, an a guafrantef good..aith, and unless rule be or mlied wite , the editor con not undbrt fe to hisert themd All onter6to disontinue ertisement and sibscriptiouns must be furnished in writing, acoinied by the mnount due,, Cmd under no circustaDnces U t subsri PxosTNrG JEroLLS, _, Snow . SiZES, ber withdrawPrprior until the 'dpimtion of a ...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING MARCH 23 1882 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 March 1882

THE THURSDAY MORNING MARCH 231882 IT is advisable that colonies, equally as individuals engaged in business, should take an annual stock of their productions, note increase or decrease which may have taken place during the preceding year, examine their finances, and comparo and contrast any increase of production, with the increase of their population. The sta tiatics furnished by Government enable us to measure the progress which we are making, and we now refer to those issued last year, with the view that our readers may, at a short glance, review the progress which is hero being made through lengthy statistics which it i~ very possible would be found onerous by many, and for the fulfilment of which there are others of our readers, who havo neither leisure nor incline. tion. We propose, therefore, to give in a condensed form much of the infer. mation the minor details of which would be found, by many readers too voluminous and tedious for theo to carefully analyso.' The great asse...

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