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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 May 1883

EUROPEAN' TELEGAMS. ".·-- ' - ' (AGE.) SAn inquiry Jhas .been hold into the clreumsntancesof l?b ? oilhioto between tho salip B~itishl; ommorce and County ofAbeieen, whiafiEokpl idoiiunto Englisli .hannel on-tlio. 2li April; Tho finding ofttheo'bard'i,wni 'thatitliai' bccurrences!'wan triliitablo to thio-hegt ligence of the mitr'i ofitl't oe ouity Dof Aberdeoenp''" ,-i: 1i:;,tF L o Isniio.iob, May 14.1 SThe 'Mosti'-e.i' o Thiomiine William Croko, Roinman CatliolihrArchbiishop of Oashol, who was summoned to Ronlo for the purposi of EHiildgii coiiference with tihe Pope on tliheffairs of Ireland: is returning, hi viiithtiviingtrmmnii tod somewhat alibrptly..-iThe iBopo':i;has iseued circulars; to-.'all. the lRoinan Catholic bishopsjin Ireland; command-. ing thmto forbic d' tl"'i ongrgatibn'B under thelicharge from uUscribinig towards tho;Parnell fund..,;-, .,: Amongst the well-known Australians who'woo pre sent at 'the opening of the International -Fiheries i Exhibition-.on% Saturday w...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 May 1883

TH 1 THURSDAY; MORNING. MAY i7- 1863. W4esxe glowl( t( ,oto that M~r A. 3IcLONI, M1I:L A,, is 'aaoboowiug frozo tho ettnck of illlbec undor whivie h liun sufforod for th'es' i ost r ftitew ; yn Allwinh ned thole tlst Ito ma ii býe rc>+torgd to elia prletill health snd strenglth, teed tljhit lo "Iiy hoe aoei in hIis accustomed!O place ·in . th Paliament' of hils country on its reassoeeb. hug.". - A ,iueo mob' el stock, Bows puBete U eoeogle tho towueleln p thiS ev ouie tI e od for 1'sereigeeel l.tise drsftYWUalB :pUO catl fr Whlittakers,whoi is to be c umple onted on getting sulch ac splendidly re lot together. Ho. however, hlad a t many die from weakness and cold, ving travelled them a long distaiioe. bfr Hunt, of the' Newborn Park station, sustained a nasty fall yesterday in the main street. He was riding a very uiOt horse, but something having become wrong with the paraphernalia, the animal bucked, and threw him into tlhe air, Ien hie foell to the ground. After a while he mount...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 May 1883

An editor who was told that his last article was as clear as mud, said : "\ Well, that covera tho ground any how," A prize type-setting contosw took place xocently at Berlin, where the winning compositor so?t 0,410 in the course of three hours- an average of .63 lotters per' nilggto, : ordinary nowspapor type,o.

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FATAL FIRE AT WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 May 1883

FATAL 1FIRE ?AT-WABRAGUL: A. fearful catastropheo ocurred, at Warragul at about half past two a Mon~sy namorning ,ltst,, wiereby a woman" and'lortwo' ollildln' -rero burnt to death:. t, appears that the house was a four-rodfmed weatherboard cottage, situated on the south side of the railway station, was occupied by a mind: named William Condon, and- )lis !wife, Bridget Condon, who. wahs33 years of ago, and their two children Patrick and Thomas, aged, itwo' anid"ono year. re spectively, tho latter three being the unfortunate victims:;, The husband left the house on the previonsL evoning. to go to his work (about eight: miles.dish tant), leavirig the remainder, of his fa mily. at home; during the night the house frdin some unexplained cause was burnt to the ground, and the unfortu, nato occupants were literally burnt?it cinders, nothing being found: of them bub a few charred-romaiuis. It is sup posed that the.fire was causoed bysa log rolling-out q£ tlihe flr-place duisng the it is sa...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 May 1883

There is a music-seller somewhere apparently in New Zealand-named Benjamin Hind. He was selling off a stock of slightly damaged music, and had the list attractively displayed, his name being attached to each piece:- " Oh I let me like a soldier fall."--B. Hind. "Where shall we stand when freedom calls l"-B. Hind. "She wore a wreath of roses."-B. Hind. "I fear. no foe."-B. Hind. "She's all my fancy painted her."-B. Hind. In the Registration Court, Cupar Fife, a man was called upon to appear as a witness, and could not be found. On the sheriff asking where he was, a grave, elderly gentleman rose up, and much emphasis said, "My lord, he's gone." " Gone I gone I" said the sheriff ; " where is he gone ?" " That I cannot inform you," replied the com municative gentleman, but he's dead." Mr Elsasser contributes the follow. ing:-"A par appeared in a recent issue of a journal as follows:-'Elasser, didn't you tell me you some times wrote for the paper " Yes, I did.' ' It's strange I never saw...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 May 1883

MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET: Mosars Groig and Murray hold their usual weeookly grain sale on Tuosday last and sold as follows :- Oats, good food, 3a 21d to 3a 34d per bushol; inforior do, os Id. oane,, at ds 4d do,

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 May 1883

MAIL NOTICES. Mails cloda attheo -31affra Postofic for theo followi?hig pli ce in under: For SaleoI RItosedale, Traralgon, WVl. halla Toongabbio, . Melbourne, Port AlbOrt, Tarravillo; &c.; at 11 a. . daily. ' For Stratford,, Bairnsdale, IBruthen, Omeo, Grant, Dargo; etc., daily at 12.30 For 1pper Ma.i daily at 3 p.n. For: loeyfield;. ;.Glonaggio, Coeruar, and Soeaton, on Tuesdaysn, Thursdays, and Satunrda)aait 3; .i?i. lriagolo g, daily at 2.4 p. m. Thoo aPost?xficei?ai opeoi for telegrams at 8.30 an.mn till 8' p.;., closine between 1 and 29 and 'I and 7: Postai businesa from 9 ain: till 0ipn.:r .; -~Mails closoe for blaffr at the under, montionid pliens as undor: h'Salo, at 1.30 pm. daily. Briiagolong at 10.5 a.m. daily. Norry at 0.30 aln. daily. S"tratford, at 3.15 p.u,. daily. Heyfield; 8.30 anr. Tuesuays, Thurs, days and Saturdays.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 May 1883

MARRIAGE. CARPENTER-WILLIAMS .-On the 25th   April, at St. Mark's Church, Rosedale, by the Rev. C.P. Thomas, George   Alfred, eldest son of John Carpenter, Maffra, to Ellen Treacher, eldest daughter of John Williams, Rosedale.

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 May 1883

S MELBOURNE:r: (enu~ou' OuiuOWi c(Oocro.qli sNT.i) omF good . ffect, tceisen likely to ottend tio lutorcoloniul Positl Confor. enc whih.i wao hold at. Sydnoy lasot wuool: +h ere' loe g o br!een ample room for roductioni is thoe.dopartmntcn of tholiierov?Onu but o: clh successivo nmi micry hiao onesntoo acut?. to ?roducoe rievei onu ettirnii" the consequeaco llomg that s o heimoboon charged hi l-ih; rtes for postagoe andeltelegraplhio comrn 1municaion thai any ?tlier: of tlih colonie?, .no ilnpositioi snill-remaifis, lioWvar, "whieic iniogli, I think; lbe well' Ahbolioed, vwiz, chliaging ,'for tthO trann?iisaion 'of novspapers.' 'A+ paper ofoay sizo or nlascrcOii ?n sjon yma, larspatchced from any' ,part::ofiN? So'uth Wales: fr i o:ofi-c"ss 'ln iib r" ,ie'ie newspaper. todtihh noeh street; and dI eoina.lo ii tli; rig; t directioil, a and ?have at al eveonts e d.uliamselves't 1e iworlcuo man's'fribnu i thisinm utob.; How, is at,,t hat 'lvo e so man 1ily ticcidents i this oft'' ropeate...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 May 1883

; MISCELLANEOUS . "Gontly theo dews are o'?o me steal-": ini, as thie man said whien lie ihadfive doi bills presented to him at one tiin.' Why is a lien erossing a road-lilke a ljshriangper sticking up: a: coaclihf Because it is a foulnproceediig.. _' It is during these da)ys of bsiness:. that a clfrgylima~~;oniselecting: a. chap- -. iterof the Bible toreadl inýchurcli first'i looks at-.tho. end of. the last verse to. inake smiiro thli;a n pt0e:p nt' on idodicino:':. advertisoinont is .hitched on.i " Leonora" sends:us-at poeinm, gegin i?iig, "I' asl but oine smnallasharo ihtliat groat heart of thlile."' You:had4 bettar emigiotodtoaUli, Lceonora,wlieiao theoy I:ep s?clih mateidal ili job lots. Vo do 'strictly wirliol6snleo ushiieass' i A ldyiwa Ilisomuting.not long sine death ofa young iiiprofessional manis who had neovor ' int?ed thl bonds of matri tiony; and shos!,oncluded hor reinarks. in his waiy . Y: iis, poor follow,;.ho is. dead, and' only.' iintoteonii ung l?adies?. clhiinted...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 May 1883

Trade Notices. T. B.ABBOTT. OHEMIST, DRUGGIST, DENTIST. SALE AND MAFFRA, IN THANKING the public for past . favors and soliciting a coutinuance of the support so liberally accorded him, begs to call attention to his Sra. cIALITIES many of which (more parti cularly his Chlorodyno, Antibilious Pills, and Odontalgine) have conunanded a large sale forthe lastfourteenor fifteenyears, 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 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 Diarrhoma, Dysentry, Colic, Spasms, Palpitation, and gives almost immediate relief in Bronchitis, Asthma, Neuralgia, Hysteria, Whooping and other Coughs, Sic...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 May 1883

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS -4------ (BY . ELLoTIROI TorfinAPr.) ., Wedneouay Evonong. Messrs. A. iM'Lean and Co report: Fat Cattle. 2,00. lioead forward. Prices foil from 4, =ito"l. £1. Wo sold Mr. Jas. Bulcklo s bullools: to £11 7a Gd; Mir: D. Scott'a'at £90 Io Gd, and cows .to £5 17s d, ;averaging 5£ i s 3d Meissrs Claria and Simpoon'a cows to £0 O1.je;Mlr Nappor's tod £0 12s Gd; Mr Davis abullooks at £7 10n, and cows .at £5 0s .?I r ottor's bullocko at £7, anid cows at £0 17 Gd6 Messrs. Moigans Hawkins, and' Lou sada's cows and bullocks at market rates. Wo: alBo' sold a naumber 'of calves for different owners fronm £1 12s to £2 1la. Messrs. Ryan and Hammond report': -Fat Cattle.-"'-,00 wore pan ,iod; mostly good and primequality;: market dull, and prices Is lower.. Beat pens bullocks L12 to L14 15s;best'co6s to L8. We sold 10 bullocka fo? Mr. Johnson-Boo, Maffraand 6 fromRoose dale. Fat Siheop.-14,000 odd yarded, principally crossbred, w!ich wore lower. Best crossbred made 17s; beat...

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MAFFRA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 16TH MAY. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. Williams and Eccles, J's.P.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 May 1883

MAFFRA POLICE COURT     Before A.P.Akehurst, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. Williams and Eccles, J's. P.) DEBT. Hurley v. McManus - Work and labor done, £10 17s 1d. No appearance of defendant. Order for amount and 15s. costs. Charles Alford v Alexander Bridgeman -     Mr Thomson for the defendant. The plaintiff gave evidence to the effect that when work was done at Mr Grant's butcher's shop on the 8th inst., Bridgeman came into the yard and assaulted him and tried to choke him. The witness was cross-examined at some length, but to no purpose.     Hugh Cameron was called as a witness and said he saw the occurrance but did not see any blows struck. He, however, pulled Bridgman off Alford, as the latter said he was being choked. Defendant made a statement to the effect that Alford called him a bastard, and tried to rush a horse over him, He then went to the premises and they had a tussle, when they both fell. He was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 May 1883

Auctions. FAT AND STORE CATTLE. 31AFFRA, FRIDAY, MAY 18. ' A M'LEAN and CO. will Sell at their yards- . , 20 Prime Fat Bullocks and Ow . 10 do do do 30 Good Bullocks, in fair condition. 20 Good Cows and Heifers, quiet. Also, 100 Splendid Cowl Cowl Bullocks, all one brand, all 4 years, and ex ::tremely well bred. CLEARING - OUT SALE OF CATTLE, HORSES, DRAPERY, IRONMON? GERY, GROCERIES, &a . COWWAR, MONDAY, MLY 21. A 'LEAN and CO, have received , instructions freon Messrs. A. and D. Woodhouso (who are giving up busi ness) to sell, on the premises All their large and valuable stock of Drapery, Groceries, Igonmongeoy, • &o., " " " Also, A number of Cattle and Horses. 1920 ACRES GOOD GRAZING LAND FOR SALE. A MI'LEAN & CO., have for private sale on account of L: C. Smith, Esq., of Melbourne, the property known as THE BACK CREEK PADDOCK, in Tinamba, containing 10920 acres of good Grazing Land, well grassed and abun dantly watered in all seasons. The pro perty is sec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 May 1883

Coaches, &c. CoBB and CO.'s COACHES leave CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDAL.E, 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted), arriving at liairnsdalo at 7.30 p.m. Faro, 10s. All information, &c., at Cobb and Co.'s 05cr, Criterion Hlotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO( Sale to Maffra and Newry" ROYAL MAIL A COACH will RUN DAILY between above places, leaving Newry daily at 9.45m am., MaIfra 11.15 a.., arriving at Salo at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Sale on arrival of train for aifrm, and Newry. Passongers and parcels booked at the following places : Sale, T. Duggon's Criterion Hotel; Ifrain, W\m. Bannister's Camden Hotel; and at Rawlin's Nowry Hotel. All parcels loft for conveyance must be prepaid, otherwiso they will not be for. J. FISHER, Proprietor. IIEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. mHE Conveyance between the above 1 places will be DISCONTINUED unil further notice. Any parcels that can be forwarded on horsback will be duly delivered. All parcels must be prepaid, and ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 May 1883

CtOl'MEROIAL, IN2'TLLIGE.C.E : O IOPP· . ND STOCK REPORTS. Me?ssr A. M'Lean and Co., of Maffra, 'report::-WeV yardedd," about S00, headi of cattle,; and all sold with-the oxcoptol of a'few odd, lots;. Prices asiioe as."it week.' Ve sold fat cows; nibdlisiit'fail ir, at L4,7s td, L4 1Os Gd, L5,,L 52s d, L' Gs, :L P7s d ;'L5 10os ansd I ;u bulloohks none forward. Store Stock Bullocks-WI s.old :500, bulloodks ooan: abmoriti?Otlbta : siosls,.,"fsq., at .L5, L5.l, eand L5 2 (ague fr 4M six. ), " t .4.14 ,o ;b . o 1 R"atrJL4 ,1O; L4..12s' 6d, L5 6 ehd L5 ldO,'ttle lattdo in good condition ; stoors at L2 lee L3 7s, and L3 1fs ; ste, cows at la 7IPs i2 I lOs I, L 178I, and , thobtttot in fdtward bonditionL Hiorses' Ant?ing good are selling extremely we . OnuSaturday,:ai Solo,- we sold (m conju - tiihon withs Irrs"O. Maokintosh and Cd.) r.daift of .liht adtd medius draughts n b?bouht.of.tellHb bsouI,; Ieq., of So s *Gippsland, there was a good attendance I buyers, and competition brisk throu...

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GIPPSLAND CUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 May 1883

GIPPSLAND GUN CLUB. . The following are the handicaps for the match to be held in Mr. Swan's paddock on the 22nd inst., the conditions of which will be unrestricted use of both bar- rels :- H. Reynolds 30 Major Wilson 30 F. Fenton 20 G. A. Carpenter 20 A. Johnson-Boe 28 G. Baylis 20 A. Sundermann 20 P. Harbeck 26 J. Swan 24 F. Webb 24 W. P. Phillips 24 T. O. M'Intosh 24 W. Kerr 24 P. King 24 W. Wright 24 H. Luxford 23 J. Colegate , 23 A. J. Palmer 23   N. Lett 23 J. Nicholson 23   A. Clues 23 S. Basford 23 S. Drakeford 28 W. Bryan 23 M. Nicholson 23 W. Maude 23 An inquisitivo man sent one dollar in response to an advertisement which promised, in a mysterious way, to tell "Why I became a Mason." He re- ceived in answer, "Because I didn't want to become a carpenter or a shoemaker.

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"MAKING-UP A DAILY NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 May 1883

"MAKING-UP A DAILY NEWS .PAPER. Charles T. Congdon has closed his "Reminisceinces of a Iournalish,"in the "Now York Tribune." The following from the last chapter, may beI. coinm mended to. thes notice of newspaper readers everywhere :-Of tihe toil which a newspaper deilands, of the uiiceasing attentioiln which it exacts, of the judicious care which itreqiuires, the great public of readers tabke 'no ac count. They: expect' to' find some thing like', perfection,":and 'I do not mean to say they are not right in ex pecting it. But when they glance hastily over the columns, and then judiciously declare there' is nothing in them, they very often forget'.there is everything in them of importance since last publica tion; that numbers of 'men toiled 'at night while'theii sharp: critics were sleeping -their heads; as Carlyle says, "lfull of the 'foolishest dreams," and worked. to make this great'conipen' diem, 'this 'map;, th.: picture of a day, t^ its 'fluctuations ,and ;vast concernsY." It ...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 May 1883

EUROPEAN "TELEGRAMS. A(nn.)' LONDON; May 17. The trials of. James Mullit, E. M'Oaffery, Edward O'Brian, William Moroney,. Patrick. Delaney, charged with conspiring to murder, were' con. cluded to-day at Dublii.. The whole of the prisoners weore foiind' guilty, and were each sentenced to penal servitude for ten years. Thomas Doyle, ;who took a les active part in the proceed. ings of the organisation, was also tried, found guilty and senitenced to penal servitude for fivie years.. ... SThe commission instituted at; Dublin for the trialof the Phocnix Piark pri sonors has now been closed., In consequence. of "the, agitation among British shipowners and others for the construiation of a second Suiez Canal, Baroindo rLessps has: todoay formally 'ainouncedl the intention of the presenti coampany to construct a second canal in proximity to the exist ing one.' It is officially announced that H.M gun-boiats aieon; 455 tanis, and Gee.os h'wlk; 430 tons, 4 guns, are about to proceed to Australi...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 May 1883

GENERAL SNEWS' A tth Horsham Assizo Court, on' Friday last, Peter Macartcry, residing near ,Harrow, who was chargcd -with lhaving cosnmitted: a rapo upon his idauglhter, was placed, upoas his trial; andiwas defended by Mr.' H.. Moles= worth. ..After the- evidencoliad been. given; His Honor Mr Justice Holyroyd said that as the ulaughter had admhitted haviingibeen' several: times crimiially' intisate'.witli'ler father without' lodi iiigany'coiplaint,rthere: was: snothiig' to securn a. conviction.. The. accused wasthen dischliarged.: : , 'A telegram from Albury saysanother escape fromnAlbury:'gaol' .occurrexid: on Sunday'; night hAA. prisoner, named ThomasHflonry. Anderson,. undergoing a sentence:of two ycars for robbery. at Sandy: Creeok,, unear. Wagga,. in last September,.succoodedliis gettingi away. The prisoners weren all preseit'nt.tliho roll-call at: ;lalf-past',sic: on. Sunday ovening; and.' weren tlhen looked oup.. Anderson: occupied: a cell ',with: two, others, but he was foun...

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