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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 May 1883

MONDAYi.MORNING,. MAY 7,1883. A meetiiingf thio committoo of tho Maffra oechanics' lnstituto' conunittco will beo hold this eveoning, at the Shiro aql,, fortho, trazsnaction off thq ordinary monthly btisinoass, id the consideration of thq:finopopl, position of tho Instalitute. It is with regret wo have to oanmounco the death. of §ir John O'Sbhanssy, who dotodtli dtls lifIon Saturday night. The deceased wnu one of tho oldest and most able politibids'ofthlls colony, and what ovor,lis, poljtjci worooli!ia loss will be sinceroly : felt 'by colonists who lan inl torested thomselnlve'iti any shlap in the logislature of this country. Thie Ito ostoonlgd gontlo!iatiblns boon ailing for somo timo pnat, and succumbed to to th effects of hii illnoesn Saturday night. nCttlq sold fnirly on 'Friday. in tho inorkot hbro,e aliqhugh inllor prices were givon than those roalisocl on the previous weeok' salos ; all the yards wore cleared, however, arid fror tlio a)litl)or of buyers dianppolinted it is p...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 2ND MAY. ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 May 1883

iMAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. W NiDAY;.,, 'ill RP . i o 1 'We were-reluctantly compelled: to hold the following, report ov,,r froni. last issue,,.but.itisn the only full and completo. report that has yet appeared' in print: - Ge:s?ri, ,iSL,-I do ilyself' the honor of submitting my? usiial montlily. 'report, as follows:-Since ,the: last. meeting of the Coutncil tli followig ig have beedn completed; viz:i I. Dormody's contract' for- -clearing .between : Scott's' ' and' MAissen's, in Briagolong; It' il'bthlieson's contract for, culvert at the : Mlalfra Swamp;' and' M" Colenali's. contract for repairs to crossing of creek in the main street' at- Newrry. Matheson''i contract for gravelling arid formationi at 1loyfleld :is now completed, in. a satisfactory, manner,: excepting; mainte nance.: Cartledgo's contract for gravel. ling onh the Salo?road would have been ompleted 'ut for tlile Shire Road loller b'iig detaiined'at'bylibldb owing to the reent rains;the rolling will, be com pletod? this 'we...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.] STREET LAMPS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MAFFRA SPECTATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 May 1883

CORRESPONDENCE   [We do not hold ourselves responsible for   the opinions of our Correspondents) STREET LAMPS     TO THE EDITOR OF THE MAFFRA SPECTATOR Sir, -- In your valuable columns allow me to vent my wrath, created by stumbling over a cow, which was lying stretched across the footpath in our main street on Thursday evening last ; the animal, although unconscious of tho damage which it might have caused me, and the fright given, should not have been there, or at least some light might be given to show one such obstacles in the middle of the town- ship. The footpaths are often the nightly resting place of cows and   horses, and one is often in danger of running against an animal in the dark. I wish to suggest that a few lamps should be erected in the prinpcipal street by the Shire Council, in order to protect, as far as possible, some unfor- tunate from becoming the victim of any serious mishap. - I am, yours truly,...

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A NEW CEREAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 May 1883

A.;NW" CEREAL. M.illomai isays y R ? nI ]3arancisco jburnal, the name given, to. a now cereal. which, his been introduced~ in South. Carolina., It is found ina Co. liimbin;,8 oiuti; .An erica, ind furniishes the main'fod for the- people tlherd.t~.:It also makes good fodder for stock. The cakes made from. it aro-described'as l~otter than corn cakes. The Savannah Guano Company's, chemisti'pronounces it superior in food qualities to wheat. St has been grown experimontally in South Carolina for several years,.pro. duoing, at the rate of from fifty, to one liunidred bushels per acre.. The :Rv. T.. HM. Pratt, the missionary who Irought the plant from South America, 'ries, these, further' particulars, in, ro ard to it :-'Th~plantia allied. td the sorghuin a?d the Guinea corn. fanilies, and should not be planted'wherothere i. any danger of miing' them. The grain is smaller and more, meally than the Guintea;orn, the lifeads?arei larger and tiore compact,- nid.'the colour is smilk white inste...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 May 1883

S Auctions. 1920 ACRES GOOD GRAZING LAND FOR SALE.: M'LEAN A CO., have for prigi sale on account of L: 0. Smith, Esq, of Melbournmo, tho property kno?s Rs-THE BACK CREEK PAD 0OCli in Tinamba, containing 1920 aere?gfgood Grazing Land, well grassed and abun dantly watered in all seasons. The pro perty is securely enclosed .with post and rail, cattle atdcýshcopprootfcueese;u and is admirably sittated; tlih sltidey'utthe po,-, posed railway to Bairmadalo passing throtegght .'7" "ithYr s'tyl nttid supply of R ti ber on th proprty wich will bo'ext?i?lp ali"abld?Qor: il-aS"o eteorsc? . also -a conmfortabl0 cottage. Earlya? -te HA VING Established a Branch of our -isBud tin s 'i "Melbournte we are -now prepared to- hold. WEEKLY SALES of Cattle, heep, -etc.ait tlih Flhnington Yards, and- t_-tindartakls.tho -bla of all kinds of Property, Fary.Prodpg., etc., privately or by puclio naueon. -Vo are also in a position to negotiate Loans on freehold securities at the very lowest rt es of iitprqst,...

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

Coaches, &c. "OBB and CO.'s COACHES leave CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted), arriving at Unirnsdalo at 7.30 p.m. Faro, 10s. All information, &c., at Cobb and Co.'s 0cec, Criterion Hotel, Saleo. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. Sale to Maffrra and Newry ROYAL MAIL. A COACH will RUN DAILY between above places, leaving Newry daily at 9,456 .m., Maffra 11.15 a. ., arriving at Salo at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Sale on arrival of train for hlffra and Newry. Passengers and parcels booked at the following places: Sale, T. Duggan's Critoerion Hotel Mlfra, Wm. Bannister's Camden Hotel; nd at IRawlin's Newry Hotel. ' All parcels left for conveyance must ho prepaid, otherwios they will.not be' for anled. - J. FISHER, Propriotor. HEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. rnHE Conveyance between the above I places will be DISCONTINUED Iutil further notice. Any parcels that canab forwarded on horsabnok will be duly ddivered. All parcels must be propa...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 May 1883

cOMM1dRWUL irMiýTNTLhT I&EUCE. ' ELBOO NE' OAIMN MARKET; I?Eisesrs:' Willim:'"A.Ainson and Co. raport foi tht? week ehnding -t3.y 2: GUnun.-Wheatn-Tho.miarkot' is not al.u natod, buyers not caring to operate lOrgoly it present,rates, but'holders are very firm, and probably purchlasrs -will eventually ive way.'\YVa qhoto.-Prioio, up to Gs d4,, iinforiorto mediun Gies -d to o 3Pd. Ortri adr in'faii, dmaniidr and some good lines have bctcildittged." We qsote light feed, 2s 10d to 114d; .good.to heavy feed, 3I to 3s 2d; milling qualities higher. Bar. le 3'is very tirns, sid holders not at all anxious to sell laltiig" sorts 'brought 5s' d to b':d: Cape.'a Od' to 3s 11d. PNearo flinter ot 3s.tid;' Maize is easier. Weqi'loto 4e 44 to' 4'' d. Dairy Pro. duce-We hold our usual sle'to.day, and hav'tdo report i fairly'tictive demand for best qualities ot butter and cheese. Be. low'we give details, results of actual sales : -Chee--Weo.had' a full supply foirward, and prices were easier,...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 May 1883

A rise of 15s on last" week s rates" tobk plac. g,'sold N.J. Nolaon'shul locks sit 9, 'aver ginig ".7 7 15s., Gd Cla;rke's.and, Simpson's: it £7. 12s 6d ; T.' SeBOney's to'.£13 10s,.Tveraginjg 8 13a Gd ; , Cotter'Hb, at,.?9 :13s ; : D. 31'Cole's to '.£8; 17o O' dd avenaging £1 10s ' W., AMoore's. to'g.: 12s'6d; Fen ton's; junr., at £t 7 15, adniadcows at £6. is 6d;-; M'Colo's cows to £8 28 O?; averaging £6 2a Gd:; :Carr and Mor gai's' b?illocks Iandl cows "at market ro'tes.,' W?o?£io sold a numbe r of calves. from 28s to.41s; : 1'' d . e : ta ers. Rn and 7 Ilamlond report .: -Fat' Cattle. -1,500 .were penned, quality Ij eing oinly- nolliani ;: market brisk, and prices 25s higher. £ 'Best pan's bullocks to L3; bcs paensi coss to' L9 15s.. Ws o sold 11 'for' c Ir Jbhnson-sBey, Maffra?l Fat Slicep.- 11,600 odd yaded, principally smenall lot`s from' Victoria.' -arket dull, but without altderation in pricese Bet ces obred' wotlicrs,I 18s Gd; bet.pio rio wothlers to, 16sI:6O , Ve sold 350...

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BISHOP MOORHOUSE AS A CURATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 May 1883

BISHOP, HOORHOUSE AS Al CURATE. (n'A NorN-CONFO?iT MIY!ISTEI.) We clip tho following from a London March tmagazino : -Froro thari twnty year 'ago the, Bishop of Melrlourno was, oon of thie curates of Shofilold; IIHe exerciGd a. wondorful iniluaeco int tih town. Not only popular no as preacher, but an a lecturer hlo obtainod largo audincons, mostly of tho artizan clanx. Mainly, through hise influolic an Educatiomil' Institute was notablished in Sheflinld, Hia groat .erort was to show that it woill oro than an instructiveo ociety, hIocu?no oducation.' is a gr:citer 'thing thtan itlstruction,. No. ofrort of the kind wa vo er mot"e onacosful, Thorn aroe many tmnti and. wollnll whoso memory muot ofton revert to the clnsses conduotud? by the Rov, Jamest Moor. house. I vas connected with the in stitute for liveoyears, a.d 1 attended three or four nitghts. a' week. The chaello was a nominal' onl-two or, tlreo sliillings a iuartdr-for whicih it was possilhlo tca'lrn' almost tveryllhiig from ...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 May 1883

MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. :Beserse Groig and turray b)old their usual weekly grain sale on Tuesday lbst and sold: as follows : Iarloy, ioglisls, oa Okd per bushiol; in6xed do,' Is d. . . Oa ts, goodlfooddoed, sd to 3s 2bd per bushel ; mforiordo,s ""o Poas, d?aieged, .1; do, sood, Gs id. o Beans, 4eed per bushol s Ryo Grass oeed, lightsanmples, aslOkdi

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(AGE.) LONDON, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 May 1883

(AGE.) ''. "' '":i -LoNDbo'iMay 6.. It has been ireported. tl;hat Nnmbor' OIieo, wo 'lio'dircted'd tlie ope'iions of the Asissihnation Coininittee, intended' to surrender, himsel, to justico and to turn Queen's evidencoe(~ ;. : The. report in circulation, early this morning that " Number One," who iri pn ir th liBdmveinnts'bf tlhi Sssassii nation.Committec iiitended to surrender hiiiilsolf to thli authorities and turn Queen's evidence has oicated a profouhd aensatiaiyi'tlirsrgli'ut the city; Great excitement prevails, and is now' stated that Number One" is actually. in tlio- custody of the Scotland! Yard' authoritiecis. He promises to make a full confes-. sion of all tle murders he has beene :cnnected': iti.. : '- :' It is statedtliat Patrick Delanoy, ohin of themeon connected with the Plienix Park murder, will probably be re prieved. ý On the 2nd inst., he pleaded, guilty, and was sentenced to death. The annual banquet of the Royal; Academny wris. hldl: lIst night. Sir Frederick Le...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 May 1883

C RIOKET., SThe 'fllowing is the Secretary's re port to, thiaffra Cricketo. lub : " This bein g thle lastt incotiig obf-th club for tli preseont season, ' beg to present you 'with a roamni of .the matcheaspldyed, and other matters,con cerning it, together with 'the, batting and bowling,arverages. The club, which was first formed in September last, has boon fairly successful. Of the fourteenl matches, played eight hmve been won, two drawn, and four lost. Owing, however, to onoof the matches played not; being against a regular club, it was not considered andvisabld to include it in. thue ai'rages,. nid I haveodmitted it aceordingly. Tlhe matche.s won are Stratford, 2; Sale,, ;. Briagolong, 1 ; Salo Press,, 1; Rosedale, 2 ; nnd the one 'roferred to 'above .against the American Circus. Thoso drawn are Sale Pressl,a, Mid HeIfiold I., Lost Bairhmdalo 1, Solo 1,.Briagolong 1, mid Iriyfihld.1. ; ,An opportunity did not arisB to play the return inatch .with Bairnndale, owing to, that club' h...

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POETRY. A POET'S PARTING THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 May 1883

POETRY. - A POET'S PARTING THOUGHT. :These lines of Motberwell,-so touch ing in their simple pathos, and so unselflsh in the. calm resignation of their close, were given to a friend by the author a day or two before his deceaseo When I beneath the cold red earth am sleeping, Life's fever o'er, Will there for me he any bright eye weep. ing That Im no more Will therebe any heart still memory keep. ing "n Of heretofore ? When the great winds through leafless forests rushing Sad musiomake; When the swollen streams or crag and gully gushing, Like full hearts break. 'Will there be one, whose heart despair is crtshing, . Mourn for thy sake ? When the bright eye upon that spot is shining W ith purest ray, And the small flowers, their buds and blos. soms twining, Burst through that clay, Will there be one still on that spot repin ing Lost hopes all day When no stor twinkles with its eye of glory, On that low mound, And wintry storms have with their ruins Its loneness crown'd, tWillthere be t...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (ARGUS.) LONDON, May [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 May 1883

EUROPEAN TELEGRAM'S. : (Annus.) Loemox,; May L. 'The ldispute an ong tl o bakors in Vienna, `hic w inuppoii sVed to ihave boen settled,, lias, again ,lrok? out. INumbers of. tile mn aro out on strilco, andseorious riots liavo takon place,,im which over 1,600' liavo lIc lieingSad. In order' to disperse- inobsl'tie police were obliged to use their salires. The death is announced of thoe ight Hon: Richard Doasy;, a: jiidg6bf the ,Court ef Exchequor in Ireland. i l Mr WYilliam Yandorbilt,tho. Amori can millionaireo who controls several of the most importanti railwnaysiir the. United. States; lhas retired from the prosidenoy. of the railwvay companies with vlicMh ho is conneted. :: .? , ..The projoct of Captaiil Eadis?for con t structing a ship irailwvay to transport vessol bodily? over': the Isthimus of. Panamin, by the l ehiuantepeo route has been adopted; and the ivrlchnas atually, been oornm ced:: - : ;

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 May 1883

THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 10,;1883. A connresrokDEST in. ,,our,' last issue draws attention to, obstacles in thie dsape of cattle : which fiuid .nilghtly resting places on the footpathis in the heart o the tobwnship, andfi r ?;ry wisely: suggsts that a, foe lamps should be distributdd in the principal street. The drg er of persons falling over, thleso nimnals is perhaps not so, great as the edect of disturbing them would be in eusing vicious r animals. to:lickl and infliet a nasty hurt. We agree with our correspondelnt in this matter, acd hope that tice Shire Council will tako Enmie steps shortly to erect, say a dozen lamps, at reasonable distances to pro tret inc some ienasure persons who may walk downe the footpath at night. Whilsist referring to hoe su!,ject of town slip iiprovements, weo woull' also sugest that before the . brd winter s ather sets. in, some crossilgsi should' tC niad ovcer the mains ti?orouglifare.. LAst winter one could not: cross theo oeal 'itlioit'riquiringa lcha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 May 1883

AiSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION To.ioonoa ow iiaY) tiho following will be subnittod to PublicA tAutiion t"Mat'l , colunEncing at 12 i'clock IooIn: Br MItoano. A. ItitKi & Co. 00 Fat Ilullocks an?d' Coo, p25 goiod EBIlocks, 40 Cow?s'and".lfoifo6ri , 10" Steers and Bullo?ks, 100 lspt'odid Blloc?ks; also 500 vwell-bred"l Bul locks, etc. r hir:satu. EoeLst,i Lrrrt?,& Co. 10 Fat Cowi,' 10 Springers, 40 Bil locks, otc . D u~[ans,, 1.R. (umtnliioan A?Di Co. 500 first-lnassn rocdiig- Cowis also, .170 sploudild Bullocks and C6w, "and 70 supurlor Bullocks . Ar SAL on Ar Sntnarl.no ]Jr tramst . fiateiUi P'i rAND Co. Stero Cattle, Fat Cattle, Milch Cowiis, ljeifoi'; Steoor, Jioi 4ii, ?,e. Be 3lisa.ta, ... Itlerrinoaca AND Co.' Fit and Storeo CIttle,.. -ilkota and Sdoingurs, Shlep aind Lambo, Piga; Horses tso ... . . c1o1RoH,. NOTIOCES.. Cmiacn oF EsoLAn:-Parochial Die= ,ict of M?aIfra-Divino Service art: St.' Jolm's C.hurch;' ~iattra next Sonmdty; ,t 11 sn.. Nad 7ýp.m. :;=Nowry3"p....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 May 1883

. On the 19th ilt., a man giving the , 5.nar0 of Paton, of dark complexion, with a broken nose, apparently well educated, and a native of Paisley, Scotland, committed suicide by drown ing at Kulkyne station, 20 miles from E*uston. He was found in a demented condition on the 18th, and placed in a but, but the manager neglected to give instructions for some person to take charge of him, and he escaped daring the night and was found drowned on the following morning. The manager then telegraphed for police assistance to Swan-hill. Constable Barry was ordered to go out, and he arrived on the 21st, having travelled 150 miles in 24 hours, The constable buried the man, taking possession of his property, which consisted of a lever watch and sheepdog, Paton is supposed to have a brother in Collingwood, Melbourne. Great inconvenience is often felt at Euston owing to the absence of a police station from the Vitoorian side of the river, the nearest being 100 miles dis. tant.-" VIManaro t1eroury....

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 May 1883

lM ELBOURINE. (BLto03 OUR own ,COsILmtrPOHs?EN.) SWednesday. Anotlieroldvotoran lias gone to rest and thelpoliticaLworld .so often ruled by himn who is now as mouldering piece of clay,'! stand hushed: in solemn ro verenco before thet migihty dead. Of all the great loliticians wbo havei cor triled' the lawa of Victoria, Sir Johl O'Shanassy stands pro-eminent,. not so much. in regard to the acts: of his nad miniatration as to.. thi success with whieh he hlas dofented all opposition; Tlio old warrior 'was' never the same. man after his irecent"dfefeatf at Belfast, and thoughf Isi sandis wworo long ii: ronning out ihils doubtless hastened him to his last contest, ithl tlhe grini oppoinent who knows no. defat. ,This old warrior was buried `?tli'groet. honor on ?ionday, the ifuneral proces lo bes ing the largest witnessed. in the city for many ra yonra?!.:. One of tihe largest gatherings ever assembled in:anypublichluiilding in this city moet at the Town-hall on Thursdhy evening hear thib...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 May 1883

' Auctions. PAT AND STORE CATTLE. 3MAFFRA, FRIDAY, MAY 11. A M'LEAN and CO. will Sell':titheir yards 20 Prime Fat Bullocks and Cows i 25 Good Bullocks, three parts fat 40 Good Cows and lleie?. \,:/N\ 40 Good Steers and Bul6cks. , 100 Splendid Bullocks, 4 and 5 years old, vey" quiet, and. in. good con dition. Also, aced antnV.kShiels,.Esq.,ZA mioaby, Manaro ;,:500.Splendid.Bullocks.-. 4.to 6.-years old, hull-bred, well-grown, good ..colourse; and, Oqual to: any. lot' that ' hs'comin into the market this 1920 ACRES GOOD GRAZING LAND ........... - -.. .FOR. SALE.--.-..... AA DPLE 41 S:.C, o ha.lo? or .prirnvato : 'sale 'h account. if L1 "C. Smithl as THE CBACK Rt?-'iAD ,C in Tinamba, Econtaning 1.. acres of good Grazing Land; 'well"gassed and hbun dantly catered, in p?l .sasona . Theiojr& lnerty. Is securely inel6sbd' with 'iost and rail, cattle and shoep:proef foieos, iand is admirably.situated, the surrey of tlib pro. pdsed 'riliray'"to ' Bairnsdal''e :?!ng through it.. Thers...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 May 1883

Coaches, &c. COBB and CO.'s COACHES leave CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted), 'arriving at Bairnsdalo at 7.30 p.m. Fare1 10s. All information, &c., at Cobb and Co.'s Office, Criterion Hotel, Sale.. , .,. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & COC... Sale to Maffra and Newry ROYAL MA:I'L.' A COACH will RUN DAILY between A above places, leaving Newry daily at 0.45 am., Maifra 11.15 a.m.,,arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Sale on arrival of trainfor Maffra and Newry. Passengers and parcels booked at the following places :-? " : Sale, T. Duggan's Oriterion Hotel; raffra, Wm. Bannister's' Camden Hotel; and at Rawlin's Nowry HoteL- i' : All parcels left for conveyance must be prepaid, otherwise they will not be for warded. .. iJ FISHER, Proprietor. HEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. THE Conveyance between the above I places will be DISCONTINUED until further notice. "Any parcels that can be forwarded on horsbck will be duly delivered...

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