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

Trade Notices. T. B. ABBOTT. CHEMIST, DRUGGIST, AYD DENTIST. BALE AND M3AFFRA, IN THANKING the public for past favors and soliciting a coutinuanco of the support so liberally accorded him, begs to call attention to his SPE. clArrLm s, many of which (more parti cularly his Chlorodyne, Antibilious Pill, mid Odontalgine) have commanded a large sale forthe lastfourteenor fifteenyears, and proved equal if not superior to all other preparations of the kind, his O.HLORODYNrE is pronounqed by eminent physicians and all who have used it, superior to any similar preparation. It speedily relieves in whrtever organ and whatever cause, pain and produces a feeling of comfort and quietude not obtainable by other remedies, allays irritation of the nervous system, creates a calm refreshing sleep, and there are no bad effects. It acts like a charm in Diarrhoea, Dysentry, Colic, Spasms, Palpitation, and gives almost immediate relief in Bronchitis, Asthma, Neuralgia, Hysteria, Whooping and other Coughs...

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

Auctions. HORSES.. HORSES. 3IAFFRA, THIS DAY, APRIL 23, " 3ILEAN dnld CO. will sell at their yards, nccount Jns, Rid, Ada-' smnaby,.N.S.W. 40 Splendid Horses, sadalo -and draughts, broken and unbroken. 15 Good Indiap and Saddle Horses, 60-ACRE FARMI AT WA-DE?LOCK. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, APRIL 27. SM'LEA and CO. will sell at their . ":yards, for D. M'Donald, Esq, ' A splondid Paddock, contailing 00 acres rich agriculturaland fattening land, adjoining lhishloaeotend. HORSES. HORSES, MAFPRA, MONDAY, APRIL; 30, A M'LEAN and CO. w'ill sell at' their yards, for H. P. -ooglap Esq., of ilmonio-- . 70'Splesdid Horses,':consitsing: of ;:, ',Indian,..bus,, slt "draughts. All sl' taion bred, right agep, annd in fine condition. .` TO LET BY TENDER; ON, improving Lease for G years; the Globe Paddock, of 13acros excellent Land, adjoining Maffra township. Particu lars will be supplied,'and tenders received till noon'on'Friday,;20th, by' A. ti'LEAN & CO. ,1920 AORES GOOD GRIAZING LAND FOR SALE, A '...

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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 April 1883

THEI MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1883. A c.?t on the public pursecis, as a rule, viewed with distaste on all sides, andl many are the useless excuses ,made for "raising the wind" by- would-be well.wishers to private. and public charities, from which latter many of ourselves may some day deriive benefit. Our charities must b6l supported in somoe manner, and ordinarily a subscrip tion list is used as a channel for collec tionL In giving what we can to help the poor and distressed we do 'not begrudge our "mite," and oven when not given cheerfully it is not that we object to the donation, but that we often feel our bwlin wants require the solicited aid, ind are deprived thereby of the more selfish pleasures which we consider just to the labor expended to earn such indulgence; but when given, the better spirit of mankind prevails, and no shadow of regret is entertained for the slight draw on our purses, wrhich is to benefit our follow - creatures who so much more require the " where with" ...

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THE USE OF TOBACCO BY BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 April 1883

.THE USE OF TOBACCO BY BOYS. The- Philadelphia Med. Reporter" (October 14) states that energetic Sopposition to this practice is now being made in some of the most enlightened educational establishments in the .United States, among which are the :United States Naval Academy at Anna polis, and the United States Mlilitary Academy at West Point. The naval surgeons, and especially Dr. Gihon, ,U.S.N, have been the principal movers in the opposition, alleging that to bacco.: : 1. Leads to impaired nutrition of the nerve-centres. -'2. Is a fertile cause of neuralgia, ver tigo, and indigestion. 3. Irritates the mouth and throat, and destroys the purity of the voice. 4. Produces defects of fision. 5;C: a s a treiemuloas, hard and in termittnt pulse. 6:. Develops conspicuouaslyirritability of tle heart. 7. Retards the cell-change on which the development of adolescence depends. Moreovei, it is also alleged that records of schools and colleges indicate very. positively that tobacco deteriorate...

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THE GOLDEN FLEECE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 April 1883

THE GOLDEN FLEECE. Durihg the 'ireign of Edward III. who was :his own -Chancellor of the Exchequer, a mandate was issued from tlie Crown.that wool should no longer be permit?? itted .to be exported. to foreign countries, ashitherto ithad been. The origin of this prohibition (observes 'Land and Water); was the foreseeing policy of Edward, who had been suc cessful in inducing the workers in wool to quit their native Flanders and settle in England. Impoiting manu factured goods,- made from exported wool from his ;ovn country at enor mous profit to the imptrters, Edward could stand no longer, and as he had c'got the wool and got the money, he was determined to have the spinners too.'. Protection in those days ope rated in an inverse direction to what it does in the prrsent age. We pay now to stop a country from flooding us with goods, the effect of which swamps our markets. In Edward's time pro tection came in preventing our produce being sent away, thus taking abundant care that scarci...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 April 1883

CO31MMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. I lossrs Ai "M'Lean and Cd cofMaffra, report:-We yarloded a' large nimbor of fat and store cattle. .Thore wasa good ttoridarice of lbuyers, but biddin?g dull, especially for store cattle, nearly all the liuge lots heing tiimed out unsold.' How sver, we anticipated: a good demand for ood store stocks as soon as we have a hango i the weather.' We sold fat cows, qualit infetior to fair,'at 1'4 Is; L4 Ta Gd, L5 6s, L 5e s; do buallockso light wei alts, A 6s. and L0 7s Gd ; billockss from?.4 2s tol 12s, these were young and in good coaition; cows, Li 10s, L1;15s, L2 11. i 12s Gd, L3, L3 los, L4 I. s, andI 4 ls Gd, the latter lots three parts fat." Seep- eo 'sold a lot of cross-bred ewes at 12s d ; lambs at Os Gd. At lairno !sle, we sold 500 cows and bullocks'by. auction on account' of J. Crisp, Esq., in conjunction with A. Macarthur and Co., at satisfactory prices to vendor. leuars. English, Little, ad Co. report : -Fat Cattle--Goo and prime sorts being carce, ...

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MAEFRA FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 April 1883

MAEbRA FOOTAE£L CLUB. c ; tineii ofi thif aht?ve chub was held at .Knox'HlioteIl o.:llonday, 23rd: inet; for arraii?goent of goiier rli. Isi-. muas for coning.season.. M1essr. Thom' son (in the chair), Alford, ?irookes, L. Williamn . Carpentr;r. Smallmain, and. Palmer iTlhe Chairman, in opening thelmeno ing; gaove i statement of the flin?incial position of ,the club,and sholeod itha all. outstanding accounts had bech paid, eavinig satisfactory balance in liand'c It was resolvcd that the club should be refornimed': iid"naiied' the «!fall'ra Football .Olub" : . viz.: -Mr Ailan3'MLenn,; M LO'A.,ins 'presidebint' 3lssrs' oivis iaid' Eccles di vicepreidil s i i rj e erookos lion~ sec rctary:;,,andt S:!H;,;Palmer, lion;; 'trca Surer." :s i.; As ;capain,; t Mr. -Palemeor,was? unani nmonsly cliosen,: witl: iM Tlihiemso: n ' vcse"aptain MIfessrs.-:Wallen, Alford,: (G1Wil hame Fr Caierlter?Smallmaniand . Williams werea apointei 'members of committeo, four toiforma qudrumnri framing rules,wvas...

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(AGE.) LONDON, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 April 1883

Locnov ,April 23 :'iEarlt Granvillo, Socretairy ofA State I for Foreign Afllirs, line mado aformal demand upon the, Fronch:Government for the, extradition of; tlibse Feinieidan ewhoi havoe fled to that, country, for, pro ThI?o Eyptian troops ,whiclh ere: 1r cently despatchled in?6 thnl"Sbidan, against the forces of Mahdi; the Falseo Porplhot, have been compelled'to rotftorn to' Kh~iroumii the cajpital of Nubihia; throiighlfailure of stores.:, - ' AIfairs in. the frunsvoal are in amestn ritical condition wig; to the constant raids made: iupiontoo territory by thI Zulus. Desperate fighting ilus taken place between.the two parties;and the are still engaged in, activeo hostilities. I Thelnobility : b,England, following the example of the' Queeri, hlavero're solved to abstain from i nib asiarticil of food. Tlis step liai beei takein with the view of increasing thie supply of mutton, and of bringing it within t01e1 m'ans bf thd poorer classes. It is reported that President Arthui is serio...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 April 1883

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS . (B:.E(B LOTILId L1IOIAPIO) ; i? dnosday ,Evoning. , Messrs,. T.- ,neln'an nd Co. report : ati dattle. 1'980' head forward.. Prices ruled about last week's rates. Woe sold Mr M,'Dodald's, bullocks` to' '£0;'l averagii~ing~ l8sF Gd ';:`Mr Jas. Boland's to £9 17s Gd, .averaging 9 lOs ; Mr John Boland's to' £-9 5, and cows at £5 s -'Mr Joa Buckley's billocks at £7 17b Gd; MiIr'Danicl's to £9 10s, and cows at £4 10s; Mr Fenton's,,;jun, ':bullocks. at- £7, an?d cows' at £4 2s_ Gd,;, Mr Cotter's bul locks to £8"o2sGd'; Mr Morgan's cows to £7 17s, Gd. and'; Messrs.-,Blore's M'Lean's, and Devino's bullocks and cows at marlket rates. We also sold dalvies froii 32s'to b47s 1rri7' 1 Messrs. Ryan and Hammond report: -Fat' Cattle. -1i981; were penned, all Victorian lots; qualityfrom mediun to good; market firm for best sorts, and others:lower.'' ,Fat Sh~ep.-14,000 odd yarded; prices slightly better; list, crossbred wetihere 17s aGd ;_ bcot miediunis,.148.. We sold: 280 c...

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SCENE IN AN ENGLISH CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 April 1883

SCiENEI IN .A? ;NGLISH.' !A"'A digraiceful ?scnrie asid ; itffv sed on Siundity, llthiMarcli at the OliCich - ofte 'thHoly Triiity, Bibrdiillby'-'. :?tay or two ago thli" ,lihop of tlio"diocese se vedMcP.IMr Enright ,viit? a'foiriijalt in 'hibitionfromiofficiating atHoly'inility,. and:thetl lim ing a wailei'ditio"Mid"'ac Iceptl' li?f tlio RItbir H!'?A li? Wit;' of ISunderlihnd ' Oni"Sunday aiitt tlie'liew vicar'underident't' d inihtfiditctoii iro cess ofireadig iinl lin6lf'in 'T}iiPe'ta.s a great crowd iin the? blihrdlh? rd"'nd. ithe adja.entustrit'were fill'd withl a noisy ino h i while " thi clifirchlPOrao crowdedin"'T?mim diatelftlhit"ldiiti ~aido his'appea?irrinie~'ii''itgserved iitlr a protest Iyi ono of' the t ittiallift church vwairdens objectinig) to uiis pirsen4i on 'the groundi'thtihlie wa?"'li iioi ' to degrade tlhe 'services' hild 'opoYt;the 'regular 'maclineryt'of thlieiaishe'h On' entering "thi church lie 'ias reit 'with autorm of'hissee' and' ldoud'?tcii esof "-Traito...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 April 1883

MELBOURNE GRAN MARKET., Messrs. OGoig and Murray hold their usual weekly grain sale on Tuesday last and sold as follows: Barloy,-'rmlxed, 3s 10d, Oats, good feed, white, 3s; do black, Ss. Beans, 4s Odper bushel. ''I,

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 April 1883

MI LBOURNE SWedn6sra . Onorof?the ..most ,mismrabt sights imaginable is;'I suppose:'a wet funeral,' alt east such was my impression lither to,:but this: happy, delussioi has ib oee dispelled` by a?n?e"fibv objoof of ?ltr?r misery which I.witnessed onueSaturday irin tlihe shape'of' a' processionbof theio trades folk of th. h co? nywh!lo, inmcole bration of- what, is properly. krown ais liheEglit ouirs'Anniversary assemibled in this,,city to make ; merry.after; th" fasliion .of' theiri'forefathers biyparnd' ing iq.the garb of ,thir vario sto craft tiheoi; principal::i thoroughfares .for tlid. edificatiton aid enlgighteuniient of tlieI risi g, generaton. ,,The clirk' o tof:hu weather, however, who .unliko'e T'"r •erry;:, is g?vidently I"no ;.friend oi f "tli noble working man, put, a damper, io; the mirth 'of the 'orny 'anide and: hadi this ..said iuffqrtunatoel rk. fmit tIe processioni as:, they .trailed their boe diauibed"gariieits iand dreiiclied''baii nirs tirouii the inud,. isi li...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (ARGUS.) LONDON, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 April 1883

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. - (Anuova) LOxDOx, April 233 Usiiboipu, onoeiof the disabled 'Zulu chiefs, who objected to the restoration of Ootowayo,=h asrepulsed an attack made on him by the Zulu King with groat'sliaighter. .: . . The Transvaal Boors, who had cn torediTembland, in British Caflraria, and squatted on the vacant lands there, are now evacuating th' territory. Th6 police usiert tharit tli o are no. loos: thai : 150,000 enrolled i'Oinborde of tho Fortagn organiaation in tlooitlilited Kingdom. The Archbishop of Oanterlbuy 'will consocrate th Righl :PRev. Daniel Fox Sandford;t thlioinoy appoihtedbishop of Tasmania, noxt Wodn?eslay. ';di Count nli you lineii dtiuoouletl onut Vfnipfon w',ho ' recontly; conuittnotl suicide, a am bnassalo "at!AuStria- Kun gsory t Parois : ' ' . MIr. Arthur;' the',iPridident °df ?tlo 'uitod Stateso has boond ill, butiis now recovering. ......

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 April 1883

. MAIL ?:N TICESr:; .. nails Olosaot tCo 3Ui[f ( Poetofilco for the following placdi unider : For Salo Roseidllo, Tra?nlgon,o Wal1 ]iUlla, Toiinnbbloif? Wilola]iurn)o, Fort Albort, Tarrayillo, &, at 11 a.0 daily. For Stratford, I oironsdnlo, lruthon, OsisioGroitDbiDgo otio t,', idii 12.30 For IIlo gld O l moog{io, Cowwnr, a d Tonton, ol T-iodT 1y..s days, 'and Sotu'hi~? , d' ": . ...i... 13riui olo/ ob, doily ot 248 p.1 ` Th o Pot-oflloo i' opion for tologrAnta i\t'8if0 1thi.i till 8 pl. ., oloiilI. bpt0vyo "nuid " and 0 nod 7. ' Postal busilness ,frolin I) a. . till (II p ,. fr ils cloao' for aillt 6'o th e u nior. eonotiohl)odollsoqa, ue uulor -'"" . Holo;'at l.30li.n: d?lly, : :'iriitgoloiig, it 10.6 n1 . daily. Nowry, it 0.10'n. uu: dtlly . SttrhtfoRd, at 0.15 p.m. boily. .lloyflold, 8,(10 .tn.TooTyuadny?, Thure daoy, and ?nturdayo. r J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 April 1883

A six.foot fence was jumped at Bur. wo"od hunt by Cygnet, ridden by W. Chiffney. After that the owner sent the horse home; he was too good to be ridden'for fun. ;[n a cricket. match.played recently at Moradabad, between two companies of the. 5S1et Regiment, Private Davies made 50 runs in eight hits; one hit for. 8,.one for 7, five for 6 each, and one for, 5. 1Did Bonner ever beat that i Holloway's Pills-In cases of chronic indigestion, disordered liver and general debility, these Pills are wonderfully effective. 'They are already an estab lished fact, and indeed have so general and. powerful. an effect on the whole system that thousands of the sick and afflicted in every clime have found them a comfort in the hour of need. They purify the blood, correct the bile, excite a healthy appetite, produce sound sleep, and impart increased energy to both mind and body. The admirable properties of these far-famed Pills are too highly appreciated to require any encomium here, as they are resor...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 26, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 April 1883

THURSDAY.MORNING, APRIL 28, 1883 1. A ipound sale will be hold at the Maffa Pound,. Yarde 1on Friday next,, at 12 o'clock.; Twb hundred tore bulliocls (the finest mob hat jhav e pssd tlhrough Mefra for some Ume) will.?o sent away this morning en rouit far' Oranbourne: they having boon sold at avery high figure by r Wm. Kiss to be deliverd at that place 'A new work, entitled," TheRoyal Path of Life," :has been :brught1unde our notice. its a collection ofvery afine essays of high: moral tone, printed on i new kirid of rose-tintd paper, enmbellished with nuimerous steele engravings, and handsomiely bounld..,,,,, h lOn Friday, at the various sale yards, there- ae to:be h:large inu eb of cattle oibrod under the hiammer, and should lbe woll- competed for' by; buyers,, who will shortly have no cause for complaint iit the wantof griias. Moessre. M'Lean ind.Co. wIll offerover 800head, Gatliridgeandi Co. 500.head, and English, Little and Co. will have 120 to dispose oL-.It is probable there w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 April 1883

Auctions. FAT AND STORE CATTLE. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, APRIL 27. A !M'LEAN and CO. will Sell at tlieir . yards 20 Prime Fat Bullocks and Cows. 40 Superior Bullocks, "in" fair. on dition. 25 Splendid 3~-year-old Bullocks, from Seaton, Ialftfat. 25 Good'Cows and.Heifora,. 100 ,Hil-.tssoCws ans. Bullo?ea, .'i Account J. O'Mora, Esq., Cooma, N.S.W. :- 500 Magnificohntlarge -frasnidB ullocks; 4 to 6 yrs old, well bred, well :; &rgesengZgbad tcolours, niloin good conilition. :r-_ The:aboaveshaveobeeneinspected, :and is one of the finest mobs forward. this season. · ' ' .--" -Account-Angus Shaw, Esq; . 100 Mnagificent Bullocks, fiom Dargo BighPlains,4 to' yers old. W can strongly recommond the above lottsadboli among the very loot doorsin the district; they aroe lso halftfat. ' - 20 Bogs Grass Seed SACRE FARM .T WA-DE LOC E~ L M : A ; FR(RI.DAY, APsRIL 27" ." M: M?LEAN and CO. will sell at-their a,;,. ,rdos,tforlD sDIonald,Esq, ;:. -: A splondid.;.Paddock,, ,containing 60 acres rich'agric...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 April 1883

Coaches,'&c. 0PIB and CO.'s COACHES leavoe . CRITERION HOTEL. BALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. illy (Sunday excopted), arriving at lirsdablo at 7.10p.m. ar, 10s. All information, &o., at Cobb and Co.'s Olfice, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. ROYAL MAIL. A COACH will RUN DAILY between above places, leaving Newry daily at 9,45 a.m., Maffr5 11.15 a. a., arriving:at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Sale on arrival of train for laffra and Newry. Passengers and parcels booked at the following places: Sale, T. Duggan's Criterion Hotel; 3Eaffrm, Win. Bannister's Camden Hotel; and at Iawlin's Newry HoteoL All parcols left for convoyance must be prepaddl, otherwise they will not. be for J. FISHER, Proprietor. HEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. .YEHE Conveyance between the above 1J places will, be DISCONTINUED -until further notice. . Any parceuls that can be forwarded on horaback will be duly delivered. All parcels must be propaid, and any for Seaton or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 April 1883

Amisemients. IIRE : OHALL i FA'?RA; S E'NIOHT'ONIwY. `'s ; ` FIIDAY, S27T: APFItIL: ; CLARK & RAYMAN'S .AMETRICA.N~ CO?IEDY COMPANY: And MINSTREL TROUPE. HEW FACES AND ALL STARS 12 ARTISTS 12 in an Entertainment aurp?'slng anything over soon in the country. Witnessed by .ovor '70,000 pOopleo i Melboturno. The most succsnesul engagement over played in that.city.?' .. Ad'mission-3e andi 2s. JOHN. FANNING, POUND SALE, MAFFRA. )(NE IORSE. and One HEIFER will, - be Sold at the Maff'a Pound Yards on FRIDAY, 27th inst., at 12 o'clock. THOMAS, JONES;°: .Poundkeeper. ABSTRACT OF SALES BY . AUCTION To.oannow (FmnAr) the following will be submitted to Public Auction at Maffr;a omcmencing at 12 o'clock noon - Br Ie,?sns. A. M'L?e. & Co. 20 Fat Bullocks and Cows, 65 superior Bullocks, 25 Cows and Heifers, `100 half-fat Cows and Bullocks, 500large framed Bullocks, 100 magnificent Bullocks. Also 20 bags Grass Seed. Also, 60 acres 1andat Wa-de- Lok. Br aessns. EsaNLLu, Lrrrs &am...

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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 April 1883

THE MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1883. W. are requested to mention that Mass sill be celebrated aot Briagolong on Thursday next. We regret to record the death of Mrs urloey Jolhnson, daughter of Mrs Crooks, his of WValhalla, who expired on Thurs day last. The funeral took placo one Soturday at Ileytlidd, and was attended by one of the largest assomblages that ert followed 'ine to tho gavo in 'the district. To day Messrs. A. HLc'ean' and Co. ill sell, at their yardsi, Maffre a 'nbb ofb 10 head'of horose, for II. V. Keogh, Esqt. e uloderstand the above are a splendid lot, ce°iaeting ofIpndinn, 'busand ~irauihts, eing all station bred and hi flue ocondition.s N doubt a large number, of buyers will,bo prolont, s that som. spirited bidding may. oxpocto. d, . nAeoting of the Junior Football Clulb dtclled fIor 'Tueolay evening at elglit Otlok, at KisR ' lUaulintur M lotll. A potition forwardiod? omo time since, 0 signed by numorous" ratopayoir of tli praying tlhat. a noew :.polico .barraclios...

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