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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 3 May 1883

AISTRAOT OF SALES BY AUOTION To.onROW (FRIDAY) the following will be iubmittid to Public Auction at Maffra, commencing at 12 o'clock noon : Br MsnoSR. A. Ial'LnAN e c Co. 25 Fat Bullocks and Cows, 20 half.fat Bullocks, 30 Steers and Bullocks, 25 Cows and Hifoers, 100 largo-framoed Bullocks, 50 good.conditioned Bul locks, 100 woll-bred Bullocks, 50 good Cows; also, 000 Wothers. Ber MDsas. Exascan, LITrrrs & Co. 10 Fat Cows, 30 half-fat Cows, 26 Fat Sheep. BrY SIsas. It GoTtRIDoE AND Co. 120forward IBullocks, &n.

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 2ND MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 3 May 1883

MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. WVEDNESDAY, 2ND MAY. Presoent-Ors. Landy (president), Eccles, Eorstman, Linton, add, J. Williams. The minutes of previous. meeting having been road and confirmed, the outward and inward correpondenee was disposed of. . CORRESPONDENCE. From W. Cartledge, expressing his willingness to roll the road at once on his contract.-Received. From E. Sproule, regarding the bridge across tihe Thomson at Cowivar. From D. Mainsuon and Wms. M'Colo, requesting. Council to. furnish them with young trees to plant in front of their properties. From Jas. Weatherley, as to culvort in IMain-street, Nowry.-Engineer to report. From S. S. Troloar, nasking for pay niont of account. -Account to be paid. Fromn Henry J. Alford, requesting permission to fall a dead tree on the road from Briagolong to Stratford. Granted. From Wm. Guesot, applying for tihe sum. of £15, passecd by the Council for the detection of sly grog sellers at Donnelly's. Orcek.. From Land Ollicer, Sale, in reference to a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 3 May 1883

Trade Notices. T. B. ABB O T T. CHEMIST, DRUGGIST, Awn DENTIST.. SALE AND MAFFRA, JN THANKING tho public for past favors and soliciting a coutinuance of the support so liberally accorded him, begs to call attention to his SPe CIALmTIEs, many of which (inoro parti culanrly his Chlorodyne, Antibilious Pills, and Odontalgine) lhave commanded a large sale forthe lastfourteenorflfteenyears,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 preparation. It speedily relieves in whrteverorgan 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 Diarrlhcesa, Dysentry, Colic, Spasms, Palpitation, and gives almost immediate relief in Bronchitis, Astlnma Neuralgia, Hysteria, Whooping and other Cou...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 3 May 1883

THE THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1883. Tua prospects of a township increase with its prosperity in the eyes of the "powers that be,"and the more it re ceives at their hands the more is re quired, if only to preserve uniformity. The distribution of benefits, or rather requirements, of the public, whoso good fortune, or, in this respect, whose mis fortune has cast their lotinto acountry life, is very meagre, and when, com Pared collectively with the amount of money expended by different ' Govern menats upon the adornment of public buidings in our metropolis, we cannot but cry out against the partiality; not that we would deprecate anything ex pended when requirement demands the establishment of buildings for absolute se, or wherein'a large comnmunity benefited to any extent; but when we conaider the sources whence our re Oanue is derived, and strike an averago 5 to the individual taxation of the luhabitants of this colony, it will be found that each individual who resides out of the pale ...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 3 May 1883

MELBOURNE. 0 (Rom OUR0 OWN COIReorSONDeNT.) Wednoeday. In my-lnst wcok's letter I remarked on tihe rapidly spreading secularism which is being evinced in ovory popular movement and donoted in avery section of tihe community. Dean M'Cartnoy is of my way of thinking, snd in Fri day "HIeorald" complained how changed of lato uro all the public demnsO tra. tions hold in Melbourne. A short whilen baock hlo says every public matter of ilmlportance was openedl with prayer, but now this is doonmed quite unwe. cessary, and praying is confined, to the churches. I can't say tlhat I iluite agree with the worthy Dean in soms parts of his complaint, but certain it is that his statement is beyond qsuction The city is turning from the paths of rightousncss to the ways of oin most lamentalbly. A worthliy divine was ho:ard to remark the othorday thlt he propeardl shortlyrembarkingo alissionio totlathele the'n, rad when his hoarers expressld their regret at hi.. intention of l.aving them, hie solaced' ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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(AGE.) LONDON, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 3 May 1883

(AGE.) - Lonox, April 29. Kingstone, the Irish invincible, who was recently arrested in the county of Cumberland, and Devino,,.another of the Feniane charged with conspiring to murder, have made important disclo sures to the authorities. They allego that besides the. Assassination Committee, other secret sosioties existed in Ireland, the object for which theywere organised being to murder prominent officials They have given full particulars to the police, and several additional arrests will probably follow. It has been ascertained that Guy, the clerk in the telegraph department, who asserted that he had been kid napped by the . Foniane, and kept in confinement for several days, is suffer ing from mental aberration, the result of injuries whichl he received in his head about Easter last. The Czar has definitely resolved to. abandon the idea of coronation. LONDON, April 30. The "Republique Francaiso" has published an acrimonious article on the proposed annexation of New. Guinea by Eng...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 3 May 1883

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS (BY ELECoRIO TELsRamPs.) Wednesday Evening. Messrs. A. M'Lcensand Co. report: Fat Cattle. - 1,600 head forward. Market opened with a slight improve ment on last week's prices. We sold M'Cole and Brearton's bullocks at L9 5s, and cows at L7 15s; Boland's bul locks to L10 7a Gd, averaging LD 13s Od; Clarke and Simpson's to LD 15s, averaging L9 12s 6d, cows at L7 10s; M'Farlane's bullocks to L13, averaging L9 3s 6d; Stunville cows at LG 'Os 2d; Fenton; junior's bullocks at L9 2s Gd, and cows at L6 17s Gd; Telfer's bul locks at L9; and Ohester's, Pruden's, and Lousada's bullocks and cows at marl:et rates. We .also sold 24 calves for different owners from 25s to 45s Store Cattle.-We sold a lot of cows at L 15ls. Messrs. Ryan and Hamimond report: -Fat Cattle. -1,633 were penned, and quality chiefly medium; a few lots useful to prinme. Market brisk for best sorts at an advance of fully 10s per bead. Best pens bullocks L10 IOs to L11 1ls. Fat Sheep.-10,400 yarded; ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 3 May 1883

Auctions. FAT AND STORE CATTLE, SHEEP, &o. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, MAY 4. S,'LEAN and CO. will Sell iat their yards 26 Prime Pat Bullocks and Cows 20 Half-fat 3&-year.old Bullocks. 30 Superior Steers and Bullocks. 25 do Cows and Hoifers. 100 Splendid large-framed Bullocks, good colours, 0 -Splondid-largo - firamed Bulloolks, in fine condition. Also, from the Mitchell 600 Splendid Wethers, young, and in good condition. Also, account of A. Rush; Esq., Geikol, Manaro 100 Splendid Bullocks, 4 years old, well-bred, and all oqe brand, vi., AR. 50 Splendid Cows, well-bred, very quiet, same brand. 1920 ACRES GOOD GRAZING LAND FOR SALE, SM'LEAN & CO., have for private sale on account of L: C. Smith, As BACKCREED PADDIOCK, in Tinamba, containing 1020 oacres of good Grazing Land, well grassed and abun dantly watered In all seasons. The pro perty is securely enclosed with post and rail, cattle and sheep proof fences, andis admirably situated, the survey of the pro posed railway ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 3 May 1883

OWIJIEIL IAL I2t ILLIGENCE. 0IrraLAND STOCK nREPORa. Tslesrs A. 5S'Loan and Co., of Malifr, report:-A largo niumbor of cattle for. ward. We yarded 900 head, and sold all with the oexcption or a foe odd lots. Wo hlar to report a considerable improvement in fat stock, but storesawero very dragging and difficult of: sale in. consequence of scarcity of feed and water, We sold fant cows at £4 17s Od, £5 so, £5 7s Gd, £5 O10s, to £G 7s Gd; bullocks, none forward; steers, £0 12i Gd. Store Cattle.-We sold 500 bullocks on account of J. O'fearao, Esq,, N.S.W., at from £4 19i to £6 Gs, averaging- £0 2s; steers and culls at £4 2s;80 bullocks from Dargo High Plains, on account of Angus Shaw, Esq., at £6 13s and £5 14s, highest price of the day. Weo sold other lots at from £4 2s to £4 Os; moatly young; three parts fat bullociks, to £6Ls ; store cows fron £11 sto £3 28 ; ateers from £3 4s to £4 ;veaclrs, £1 8s. Sheop.-We sold a small lot of mnrinos at Si. Land.-We sold O60 acres on accoiunt of Don...

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HEYFIELD. May 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 3 May 1883

HEYFIELD (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) May 2. The entrance to our town, which has long been a dangerous approach, has now been cut down, formed, and gravelled, and, together with the high street, presents a much more pleasing aspect. The work, which is now nearly completed, does credit to the contractor. We have had a sad bereavement in the early and somewhat sudden death of Mrs Johnson Burley, daughter of   Mrs Crooks. She has boon out off at the early age of 34 years, and leaves a family of seven children to deplore her loss. She was interred on Saturday by the Rev. Mr. Hollis,the funeral being the largest ever seen in our local cemetery. On Tuesday a bright little wedding took place at St. James' Church, the happy pair being Mr John Rowley and Miss Maxfield, of Glenmaggie. A large party of friends filled the church, the young people, strewing it with flowers, while Miss Gordon presided at the organ. The workmen are busy at the Hey field terminus preparing to lay the rails....

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HOT WATER FOR QUENCHING THIRST. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 May 1883

NOT WATER FOR QUENCHING THIRST: . A correspondent writes to the " Town and Country Journal"as follows:-It may prove of service in many instances, and, perhaps, especially to 'prospectors in Australia, to make public the follow ing. experience gained when,. some years ago, 1 chanced to be hunting in the jungles of Java :-The heat and ex ertion being excessive, my friend and myself, after' having a score of times quenched our thirst from' the streams we . crossed, which (it being moun tainous country) were refreshingly cool, we at last came to. the foot of a hill range which we had to mount, but were so utterly exhausted that we proposed 'to our Japanese guide to rest for a couple of hours. Having, however, fasted since 5 a.m., and it being then 2 o'clock in the afternoon, we took coun sel from .this "untutored' savage,"and by his advice rested .for a few minutes till he boiled some water, which he did on a bamboo fire and inasmall.joint of of bambo . Of this boiled water we drank eac...

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COMPARATIVE YIELD OF EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 May 1883

COMPARATIVE YIELD OF EGGS. A correspondent writes that the largest eggs he ever' got were from floudans, "which were about six to the pound." Hondan hens, when fully mnatured, lay large, rather longish, white eggs, but they will not do it until two or three years old. The largest and richest eggs that I ever met with were from the Spanish and Hamburgs. These two fowls crossed produce eggs very large, and rivalling the turkey egg in fineness and richness Brown Leghorn eggs ordinarily weigh nine to the pound, on the average; selected ones probably would go seven to the pound. There has of late been an im provement in size of the Asiatic egg over the first-introduced Shanghai fowL Some of the varieties, as well as many of their crosses, lay eggs rivalling in size those of any other variety. In quality they do not excel, usually pos sessing small yolks. The true Brahma egg is rather small, and of a fresh colfeo color, with thick, heavy shella The eggs are generally uniform in size and o...

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THE ENGINEER AND HIS CRITICS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLAC HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 May 1883

THE ENINEEZR AND HIS , ,ORITIOS.: . in (TO THE' EDITOR, OF TIIEUCOLAO . : : ;. RALI:)r Sii-I don' know Mr Moroi , and. Inevor met him,blut from wliatl: hlavo Ieard of himl.andirend froin iis pn;,. I believe him to hoi the"rigit~i ihan lib . ght p .lace h .. s n . o fl cer; f : sli hire, Mr Moronoy is surely a credit to 'the, district from ian identical standpoint, and i havo licard Bome lady friends (and: thby'are the best judges), say that' his personal appearance is altogether: in lis: favor. !;It .seoms to me, Mr Editor, to bs positively indecent to attack 'anony. mously a man bacase heo iis iidpendent onough to speak.the truth .even.to thoseo - bless the mark !:-'-iwho Happen for.tie oaur to bo placed in authority over hiiin. Dy'all' accodunts cur' ongiaadr'lisable' to "hold'misown" in . straiglitfor~ard manner and- faco :to face with his op ponent, but lie hnaturally dedapisostlii, anonymousi eoriilor who is lith :afraid and ashamed to acknowledgehimself: '. The Irish informer ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 May 1883

SHOLLOWAY'S OINTMIENT- AND PILLB; --Daogrou? Oliost' Complainto.--Tlh oeumargtion of tlhoeo diseaoss ioscarcoly ,nbodAsary,as, 'o nfortunntoly,.tho.iiqliabbi tunts of thoso "ilanda know thenm to, their ?cot. Oouglo, colds, influonza, hbionehitie; asthma, plourioyinflammation bf :tho.lungs, and oven consumption in itt. early stages; are best treated by rdbbing Holloway's Ointmeontupon thq chost. and botwoon the shoulders. It ponoratos internally, cheeks. thi cold. shiverings, rqlioveso' thol? ovoergorged lungs, gradually roemoves the oppression. from . thlo ,ohot,, and: rostoros the. ob. oitructod respiration, hithorto so fear. fullydiatressing and so highly, dangerous. in treating this olinst rof diteasos, Hol Ioway's Pills should always h o:taken wilo uoing.his. Ointmiqnt;, they purify tlq h blpod, promote poropirstion, anid allay dangerous irritatiolus ;' Ai traveller, recently, describing- ts tropical :shower,f wioto to ai friend. it, the followingi worls:-t The raisidropa. were ...

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MELBOURNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 May 1883

1MIELBORg IIuNC/1. ._ (oogro v on owN;: cOOERCONDEi?.) ,',. The body of the man Burney, one of those. supposed to hve oolin. knocked into theo river offi tho Fallsi Bridge, was recovored on Wednesday;, and from the absence of marks.upon his body, there seems aBomr littleodoubt as tolwhether the brain was the miotivo power which lIunched him to a. watery grave.. The other mai?,r Tuhridr s ,? till':'in the hospital, and it is to be hoped that this narrow escape from destruction may be the means of ihis abstaining fronm such foolhiardy practicesain fiture' . . - Two of ourjustic~i appear to have got intoe tioubli,'ahndton tlis occasion 'an explanation is,.deemed, necessary. One of them, eee, hails from Gipps" land and his conductb certaiiliywais any. thing but that expected' from : such dignitary. However, he was fined, 2Os for hie' ieco'nlduct, aiid 40os for assaulting, the policeman-and serve himiright.. ? ,W l " J ?, the city just no, bt:i thit'is its wont iat this time of year,:and...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 May 1883

.EUROPEANl TELEGRAMS. I; ;.1.i I '; .iNDONj May'3.' ST?lh Gr?i'aid'Juryati Dublini :lav to. day found' itrue bill .of indictment again?tI' :Number One,t' forthe Phmnix Park imurdors,a wlo was shown by the evidencof o·' daroyto liavo directedthlo ;operations o'tho assassination com. imitteo. It isWuideorstod tliat'strong; 'lroofs-i haivehioi i' furislied ' thiat 'i Number-i One'"i is:' iidntial ' with Walsh and S?lrida'r, :who are now in America.. '' '" * ulA'ririioý' iBcurrent to-day, but 'ro i'uirmc! confirmationi that tliohUnitodi Statei Govbrrim t hnlas, in view of the ,Britisli authorities, consented to grant tlie extradition; of both Wiaeli and, William Ma'ronsy and'Jfiamsi Mullot, two of the prisoners still awaiting their; trial abtiDullin;? for conspiraoy to miurder,.!?avo mado 'full confessioof thIoir gqilt. ' " ' JameitziHrrniewho was7.aciiuitted' at Dublin yesterday, is to be ro-tried Is an, accessory in.the-murders:ofLoid. FroedriclOaveridish anid Mr Bhrke;nc SHis Eminenc...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 May 1883

i An interesting meeting of thlio mem l ers of the Maffra Orickot Olub is called for tos-igglit atKiss's Mncalister Hotl,. the" season h.having: closed,. and tio averages halving blieen carefully com. piled by the hon. sec.. Mr Bock. The president of tlihelub; Mr 'Allan M'Lean, MP.,will be .dcalled uponto pre. sent a first-class Bartlett' riopercussiv bat' td?r, ?1! Davis ' lie beirlg the highest average scorer during the sea. son with 16G rus per innings: TI lnt i the' gift Eof .ore of the wortihy vico presidents (Di iEeles), aiid great interest hasniboen'evinced:by .the re spective players and also by on-lookers as to whoise eflorts shlould ecsi et in displacing the evident'winner.. There is no douit'butl thait . a prize given at itlihe end: of the" season for batting!and: bowling is a verybensible and:wise stop. fortho leaders to take,anid:the analysis rf'tlihe .wirkid'rdio'shweieovey oth&e man in a teamin exatly thlie place he oc cupies, and, his ?alue ,s a playing membe...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 May 1883

MAIL NOTIOES. :blils closo at theo' Malia Post-ollco for tlie'following places as under :- For Salel Rosedide~ -Trarlgon, Wal. halla,: Toongabb'io;n. .'Muellurno, Port Albert, Tarraville, &e., at 11n.m.n daily. For Stratford,. Birnsdnlo,' Blruthen, Omeo, Grant Dargo,'oitc:, daily at 1l.3l For Upper Maifra daily at3'p m. For.. Hoyfield, Glelinggiin , Cowwar, and'Seiat,, , on Tuesdayo, Thu?indays, and Saturdays, at 3:p.. ' llBriagoloig, diuly at 2i4 plinm. e The Post-offlco is open for tologranm at 8.30 (inm. till 8 p.m., closing between 1 and 2 and .6.and 7. .-Postal business from 9 a.m. till 0 pimm. Mails close for Mnffmr at tlihe under. mentioned places . under :- . Salo; at 1.30'p.m. daily. Briagolong1 at 10. a0 nm daily. Nowry, at 0.30 n:il. daily. Stratford, at ;15 'pim:. dily. Hoyfiold, 8.30 non. Tuesdays, Thurs. days, and Saturdays;::

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WANTED A BANJO. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 May 1883

WANTED"- A -BANJO:d U : Inr a certain ,placo not .i thousand' miles from: Cooma thlireeyoung :gentl-, men were passing a store; when one-re=' marked to a companinon on visit from the meitropolis, ":You, are not'game to' ' ask lMr So-an-so if' he' has a hanjo for " sale." 'hti" storekeiper's wife, - r'' imarkably slim woomain; weighliigaliout 6 st., oror or.- less,was: sittinlg o the verandah,: and overheard? the:. joker In.coolly wvalkid' the:young:man, and. when lie approachiedthe counter she locked 'the door... " Have;, you. got 'n. banjol" innocently.askedthliscustomer.: 'A : anjo-you want-ehi ," andi the storekeeper sprang over the counter, i and. wont for, that young' man ..The:, '' mie ?'. flourished aloft a ba .of 5so0p. and i,hnged that young fellowv's. lihe with it,, whilst~ the: merchant., tried ,.. niew step danceo s the body of thio 'prostrate. party., Baujos, are oa; soru surjpitwvitlh that: storekeeper,,bocaus?:, rep;eato?' inquiries: for, them,causod hiia,.., to:aay,;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 May 1883

Trade Notices. T. B. ABB OT T. CHEMIST, DRUGGIST, DENTIST. SALE AND 1MAFFRA, IN THANKING the public for past favors and soliciting a coutinuance of the support so. liberally accorded him, bogs to call attention to his Sr? olaLnTI?s, many of which• (more parti cularly his Chlorodyne, Antibilious Pills, and Odontalgine) have commanded a large sale forthe lastfourtconorfifteonyears,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 preparation. It speedily relieves in whrteovr 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 charna in Diarrhoea, Dysentry, Colic, Spasms, Palpitation, and gives almost immediate relief in Bronchitis, Asthma Neuralgia, Hysteria, Whooping and other Coughs, ...

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