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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 28 May 1883

AAuctions. 1920 ACRES GOOD GRAZING LAND FOR SALE.. A MLEAN & C00., have for private sale on account.of L C. Smith, HEsq of Melbourne, the propertys known as HE BACK CREEK PADDOCK, in Tinamba, containing 1920 acres of good Grazing Land, well grassed and abun dantly watered in all seasons.. The pro perty is, ·ecurely enclosed with post and rail, cattle and sheep proof fences, and is admirably situated, the. survey'of the pro posed railway to Bairnsdale passing through it. There is a splendid supply of Red Garim timber on the propeortywhich ...will.bo. extremely valuable. for railway -iloopers &c., also a comfortable cottage. Early application invited. -AVING Established a Branch of our . 1 Biiiness in' Melbourne we are now prepared to hold WEEKLY SALES of Cattle,; Sheop, etc at the Flemington Yards, and to undertake the sale of all kinds of Property, Farm Produce, etc., privately or by puclic aucion. W are also in a position to negotiate Loans on ,freehold securities a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 28 May 1883

'.OBB. and CO.'s, COACHES leave S OIITERION HOTEL. SSALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45,p min daily (Sunday 'excepted); aridivitig at Bairnsdalo at 7.30 p.m. 'Faroe 10si, All information, &C?, at Cobbi and.Co. ROBERTSON, ;WAGNER . dod. Sale to Maffr i d Ne* lwf " A COACO will RUN'DAILY between l above placos, IonavingNoewry dailyat 0.46 n.ni., Maffra 1115 a'm., rriving at Sale at 12.45p.ipm,:laidaereturn theosamo day, leaving Salo pon arrival of train foIr Ifalrra and Nviy." Passagio rs lad parel booked at the Sfollowing places :- ' .Sale Critorion Hotel ;:,3a;Zf, J Knox's Mfetropolitan ,Hotel; and at Raawliii'' Neuwry Hotel . - - - J.. FISHER. HEYFIELD TO MAPFFiPA: THE Conveyance between, the above Splaces wil" b6' DISCONTINUED until further iiotice:.-;?Any parcels that, .can be forwarded on horsback will be duly deliverod. All' paiicals must be prepaid, and any for Soaton or Glenmaggio will be erwarnld by H M~aild. , - JAMES KING,' , Ma: o , ilnimn. 11OYAL 'MAIL' COACHES -, TOONGABBI...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MAFFRA STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 28 May 1883

CO3MfEiROIAL IVNTLLLI7ENOE. "o~~~z+z.•.-- -o.Iv"+La'V? ?'? 2bersºeF STOCK REPORT. fMessrs. R. Outhridgo and Co. report:- Fat cattle easier ; quality forward medium. Stora Cattlo-Aged bullocks dull,.young cattlo firm at late lquotations. . ELBOURNE CRAIN MAnRKET. Messrs. William Adamson and Co. report for the weeok ending' May 23': Grain-=Wheat-A better inquiry has been experienced for wheat since our lasti rd port, but as buyers-refuse to give rates demanded by holders, actual sales are very limited. The supply fromi. the country has boon very meaguro. We quote to-day primo milling, is 2d ; mediue do, from is to Os ld. Oats-A good demand is maintained, and soee fair parcels have changed hands during tile week, at prices ranging' frome Sald for light food, up to 3s 3d for stout. Now Zealand in bond, placed at 2s 8d. Barley lihas not boon in demand." At auction, inferior'sold at 4s 4d to 5s 2d; good Cape up to 4s Gd; pri vately,Jprinlo malting is quoted. up to Os Id. Peons lave hardne...

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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 28 May 1883

TIIE MONDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1883. IT will be hailed with imuch satifaotioin noV only by the mining community, but by.nli thie evoerl industriec which are, more or lesr, dopendont upon ouccess ful mining operations bIning contilned and conducted in tlis colony, that tho Minister of Mines Iles expresscd him. talf as most favorably inclined to a proposition which was lately submitt to- hinm'by a deputation of Mini Board. Members, who waited upon hi urging the necessity of a sum of £50,000 boing annually expended for prospec ingpurposes. -Aconferenceo ofdelcgates of the several mining'boards was lately held in Melbourne, whid,as we gather from tho metropolitan paper sere unanimous in thoe opinion that'the greatest good' would -'adirus to this colony if 'moreo encouragenient were offered'to the, devolopment of that industry which it may be said,- hs created .a colony, and redeemed it from-being as formerly, a mere sheep walk. The 'presont'Government is th~ strongest, and most influentia...

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POVERTY AND SUFFERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 31 May 1883

POVERTY AND SUPFERINO.-" I WaR dragged down with deblt, poverty, and ",.,suffering for years, caused by a sick family and large bills for doctoring, which did them no good. I was con 'letetly discouraerd, until one year ngo by the advice of my pastor, I procured, :]hop Bitrters and colenced their use, and in one monthw we were all well, and none of us have seen a sick day since; and I want to say to all poor maen, you can keep your families well a year with Hop Bitters for less than on', doctor's visit will cost. I know it."-A Wonu IN0 AMAN. IRead.

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THE TREES OF MADAGASCAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 31 May 1883

THE TREES OF MADAGASCAR. The soil is, most fertile, producing .rce, manioc, sugar cane, pepper, cotton, tobacco, indigo, and a variety of medici isal plants. A range of fine mountains divides theisland into numerous well ,;watered valleys. But the great glory of Madagascar isher magnificent forests, stretching over two thousand miles, and conitaining the most beautiful aind valuable trees, on which grow creepers a.:Ind orchids of the rarest kinds. Among i the trees are the padanus, the cacia, the sago, and the cocoa palm; but the m, ost, remarkable "one that has been I discovered in Madagascar is the ravi -. ala,' or traveller's, tree (uarania spec sioas), which covers large tracts of the forest. The Rev. W. Ellis speaking of this tree says :-" It rises from the ground with a succulent stem like that of the plantain, and sends out from the ".`, centre of the seam, long' broad leaves like 'those of the plantain, only less fragile ; and rising not round the stalk, but in two lines on ...

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A DYNAMITE FACTORY IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 31 May 1883

A DiYNAMIITE FACTORYINl f AMERICA. Th;: notorious manufacturer of ox losiveisacliiiesinPliladolp lia Geo'rg. $ r Holgite has been. interviewede concern t insgliis business by a.reporter. on thie . staff of the "Philadelphia Rbeord.'l H! o.remarks that from description of ' the offeet of the exploosions of theIl in fernial machiie outside the GCovrrnment office in London, it must have beenr caused by a power much greate'r an. 'more destiuctivo ':than ,.dynamite. JHolgate made: no secret. of the 'busi- I ness in which he'is engaged, and itI is':stated lie has probably made more' infernal miachines than: any other man. in the United .States. Quito recently t he has sold four explosive machines.to I persons in Philadelphia' Each of these contrivances can beplaced in a cigar-box,: t ands:possesses an equal force ton 9001b 'of guiipos der, .i He hoasalso constructed ' and sold two,burning machines, ; hichl canbe set for any: uumber of :hours;.and when, sprung create a flame equal .to 100 ...

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MELBOURNE. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 31 May 1883

MWELBOURNE. , ir S(oir owo oweN conitoro?erNT.) - SATUoDY. Y The Quee?n's: 6i4t1 Birtliday here was 0 not esijoyal as some of its former t ones have'tbeen. The early moeoing wea nmiserably weot;: and the streets of e the city vere at a ory c arly hour in a P state that wohid remind oioe'of 6a wet day. The places of Business werie closed for the day with few exceptions, and at'i o'clieo" Melbourin ?vie pleasure seeking or, in other wordsu, ndergoing a process of freezing: .' Thie differont amusements were well patrnised,.from the football matches .to the .volunteer review, which latter seems to halve at tracteod lhe greateri nimbor of people; as' some estimate the attendance 'at 12,000: The races, inderothe? Iapce tof the Melbourne ,Hunt .Club, uwere not so much in favor, doubtless in consequence of the cold afternoon, Football being fashionable just riowthni'mdtli betweed.. Geelong and Hotham was witnessed by d agreat numborof.people, whiotlihoouglily enjoyed a good gani;' wlcli.ch ...

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POETRY. MY RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 31 May 1883

P OETRY. MY RIGHTS - Yes God made me a woman,: '. And I am content to be +L =Just what He meant, not reaching out For other things; since e . Who knows me best and loves me most had ordered this for me- ,. A w- oman, to live my life oit In quiet, womanly ways,. Hearing athe far-ofl' battlo,. ;. . : Seeing as through a haze SThe crowding, strugglingworldof seen fight :+':· throuih their busy days.+ lam set strong or, valiant... iTh would not join the ight . " Or jostle with crowds in the highways - , To sully my garments white ; But I have rights as a woman, and hero I claim my right The right of a rose to bloom In its own sweet, separate way, With none to question the perfumed pink And none to utter a nay - If it reaches a root, or points a thorn, as 'even a rose-tree may., ,The right of the lady birch to grow, : To grow as the Lord shall please, '.y never a sturdy oak rebuked," Denied no sun nor breeze,. For all its pliant slenderness, akin to tlhe st ronger trees. The right to ali...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 31 May 1883

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. , It is now ruri,;od that the min who has been passing himnol f off iii Now York;as.-Niinher Ono'e. is 'aiin impos toi; "and tlia':the' reailindividial is in .Meiicol :?I'' Mr. Ge; gEr ripto1, MP,: for county Longford,, lior has paid several visits to tie Pop owitlieths vioew of inducing liin' to use his influence to suppress Irish :outrages reccived. no" piyment from the British , overnment, though he acted iit a nomi-oflicial, capacity. r.Mr Gladstone," on behalf of his colleagues, 'has 'neccepted the njotion hbroight forward by Mr James Byrce, the 'niiember for Tower .,Hamlets, pledging the Government to' insist upon' Turkey introducing a, series of refor ms into Arsienla.. The death is'announced of M, Labou layo; the.celebrated French jurist and litterateur. Thoi: Agents-General of the various Australian colonies to.day had an inter viiew with the 'Right Hon. eHugh Childers, the Chancellor of the Exche quor, The subject of their visit; was to obtain a reducti...

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HOW THE CZAR IS CROWNED. (PALL MALL BUDGET, 6TH APRIL.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 31 May 1883

HOW THE CZAR IS CROWNED. 0o (PALL MALL BUDGETI , GII Fr APIL.) s As the: coronation is ' ono of tihe rmost brilliant cerpieiioo s in the world; ii the following descri tion of it (firoi a;' :ussihn sourrce) mrir ' bsr ra with in teres: 'lie great cereimonyy has al !ways olieen:performod. iitlit Church:I1 of the' Ioly 'Asosioniptioi,r within. the a walls of the Kremlin at Moscow. Tlhe great. Kremlin- is an't octagon plot of ground of maniy nores on a hlih eleva- " tion, surrounded by highiwalls and forts ' fications,. and. costainis four Crown pa. laces, three cathedrals, the headquarters of tho Imperial Guards; the Coverrnor' Ci residence, a university;, and a number el of monasteries anrid nuoeries. The tip- I pearaice of tlo Kremlin isvery strikiiig, 'I as the walls are white, andi the fortifica- u tions emerald? groens the entraices .roses tinted, and tlih roof; of tl.i. cathedral gilded, theo wh ole formingi nawondorful comnbiiation. Tliie coronation pro- ti cession: begins, to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 31 May 1883

C oaches, &c. " ?OBB and CO.'s COACHES leave * j CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday oxcepted), arriving at Bairnsdaloe at 7.30 p.m. FAre, 10s. All information, &c., at Cobb and Co.'s Ofimco, Criterion Hotel, Sale.?_ . ;. ROBERTSON, WAGNE & : CO. Sale to Mafi'a. and Newry ROYAL MAIL. A COACH will RUN DAILY betweeon above places, leaving Newry daily at 9.46 am., l?afrfra 11.15 a.m., arriving at Salo at 12.46 p.m, and return the eosn day, leaving Sale on arrival of train for leafira and Newry. Passengers and parcels booked at the following places: Sale, Criterion Hotel M laffra, J Knox's letropolitan' Hotel; ' and at 'Rawlin's Newry Hotel J. FISHER. HEYFIELD TO MAFFRA." THE Conveyance between the above Splaces will be.DISCONTINUED until further notice. Any parcels that can be forwarded oh horsback will be duly delivered. All parcels must be prepal, and any, for Seaton or Glenmaggie will be orwarded by H Maxfield.,, : : JAMES KING, SMail...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 31 May 1883

Trade Notices. .3B.AB BB 0TT: CHEMIST, DRUGGIST; DENTIST..:.. SALE AND MAFFRA,i I:N THANKING the public for:past favors and soliciting a continunnce of the' sipport so' liberally accorded hiln, begs to call attention to his Srtr CIAI.tTIs1 many, of, which (iaoreo parti calarl lhis Chlorodyse, Antibilious Pills, and Odoutalginn) have cosmnanded a large sale fortho lastfourteenor fifteenyeats,and proved equal if not superior to all.other preparations of the kind, his' OH LORODYNE i' Is'prnouuncid by 'eiinent physiciaiis and all who havea used it, superior to ainy similar preparation. It speedily relieves in wirteverorgan and wliatevdrcause, pain mid produces a feeling of comfort -and quietude not obtainable by other remedic%, allays irritation of the nervous systein, creates a calm refreshing sleep, mid there are no badt effects. It acts like a charm in Diarrhoea, Dyseatry, Colic, Spasms, Palpitatioi,'amnd ives alnost immediate relief in Bmronchlitis; Asthota,' 'Neuralgia, Hysteria, W...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 31 May 1883

DEATH. VANCE - On 27th May, after a long and painful illness, William, eldest son of William Vance, of Lanarkshire, Scot- land, aged 50. Sydney and New   Zealand papers please copy.                  

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 31 May 1883

..- ._C.. . Tfl12 .i THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1883. A pound sale will be hold at the 3Inffra Pound Y~\ada's t Friday next at 12 q'olook .OnTuesday last nMr Thoa' Jonoes ?ild alargo salo at EorwentPark, near MafllTa, os ascount of rs. It. Parkinson, who Is about to leave Gippaland. Thoro wero a good number '.of; buyers: present, .and almost overy lot was disposed of at a satisfactory figure. We are sure that the inhabitants geonorally will be glad to hear that in a fole days' thi now post aul'tolograph oflicos will be open for the tronsectiont of ness, es the wires are being attached, theo arrangements of the instrumcnt. n nryfor the work are being pre with. This will bo a great convenie to the general publio. We regret having to chronicle the death of Wm. Vance (brother to Mrs Jenner   this township), who died on Monday morning last. The deceased had been ailing for a long time past, having caught a violent cold about two years [indec] which he never could manage to sh...

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PRESENTATION TO DR. MACDONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 31 May 1883

PRESENTATION TO DR. MACDONALD. The ceremony of presenting a silver tea service to Dr. Archibald Mac- donald, of Gippsland, as a reward for his services in connection with the capture of the bushrangers named   Shanks, who attempted to rob a bank at Moe, on the 5th November, 1879, took place on Tuesday. The presenta- tion was made by His Excellency the Governor, in the Executive Council Chamber. All the members of the Government were present, and also Messrs. Mason and McLean, M.L.A.'s. Dr. Macdonald was introduced by Mr. Service to His Excellency, who said that he had great pleasure in present- ing the testimonial which was offered by the Government, in commemoration of Dr.Macdonald's galant conduct on   the occasion of the attempt to stick up a bank at Moe. Dr. Macdonald in formed him that he had had consider- able experience in North American   bush life, and he seemed to have made good use of it on the occasion referred to. His Excellency co...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 31 May 1883

MYELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS (BYr EL?rTmiuo' 'EroEAPH.) S Wednesday' Evening. Mlessi. A. M'sisn and Co. report: Fat''Cattl.- ' 1,900 head forward., Prices. oil?vn froni: 10s to 15.:W W sold Boland's bullocks to £9 l15s; M'Farlano's at £7 15s; M'Coloe'siat £6 15sa; M'Colo and Brearton's cows 1 to £6 24 Gd M;' oors's blullocks at £60 Os; and co:ws at £4; Gunvillo cows to I £4 2s G and buillocks froim Stratford. atiarlket rates ' '1 fes srs i yn and Hiammond report. -Fat; Cattle.:-1,97: were penned.; quality good and prime ; market dull, and prim: 10s lower. We quote prinme bullocks to £15 .s; good to £10 10so; best cows to £8 10s. Fat Sheep. 9000 odd yardei d -.market -brisk' 'best crossbreds 'to 17 s Gd, best lusrino wethois :to 16s.i- W7e sold 541 from ,Warrnambool: Fat. Lambs. ;1,800 odd yarded; :marketl for best equal to last week, but others lower; hest made tol.2s. Gd.. Wo sold 200 from' Warr nambool. .. :. : Messrs. Peck, Hudson. and Raynor report :--Fat Cattle;-A fall of froin lOs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 31 May 1883

Auctions. FAT AND STORE CATTLE. MAFFRA, FRIDAY;, UNE -<, A 'LEAN and CO. will Soil at thloi yards 20 Prime Fat Bullocksc ond Cos; 40 Superior lullS6ki, fraim the 31it. chell, in fine condition. 30 Superior Bullocks and Steers. 40 Good Cows and Heifeir 1920'ACRES'GOOD'GiR ING LAND FOR,,SALE, L"EA Mr nEk &'CO., .havo ..for prirvte ":?·?-'f!M? on; aeeount ?f'`"L "C. Smith, Esq., of Melbourne, the proprty known -asi= THE £BA CREK "PADDCK in Tinamba, containing 1920 acres of good Grazing Land, well grassed and abun ---dantlywatored in all seasons. The pro perty. is. socurely enclosed with post and rail, cattle 'and sheep proof fences, and is S admirably sjtiatel the .survoy of the pro - posed railway., to. ?airnsdalo.,pasing through it. "Thiroias:a-?plendid supply of Red Gum timber on the pronrtywhich Swill 'be exoitremely .valuable. for, railway Talooera&c.,islso a comfortable qottags. i Z'7-.Tf TAVNGrtiEtabhohed'aii Brai'nchfoiiru LI Business in,?Mdlbourne; w...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 31 May 1883

ABSTRACT OF SALES' BY AUCTION To-iuonrow (Fn~ruA) the following will be submitted to Public Auction at Iaffra, commencing at 12 o'clock noon : Brl Y nosriJ.r MiLeauik : Co S 0 Fat Bullockaland Cows, 70'Bul: I locks, 40.Cos and :Heifoer, ,. ."; - Br BmESSRS. . RGUTIrLIDOK AN Co?D 60, Fat Cows, 8 Fat Bullockls, tc. Br Mmssons. EsaLIii, Lirrle Cu B, ..,30 FatCows, 20 Springers; 20 Prime. Fat Bullocks,. 30 mnixed Cattle, 40; Bullocks, 20 mixed Cattle, &c, AT Saju oN SATnnRDAY. UY B IMe.sits. ':E.SLsui, PEOK AND CO. Store Cattle, Fat Cattle, Milch Cows. Heifers, Steers, Horses; &o. I",l` "Br Me.uRs. R: GrTiimIlDOe ANoCo. -Fat and Store Cattle, Milkers anid SSprngers, Sheep and Lambs, Pigs, S Hors &o fix

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 31 May 1883

COMMERCIAL IN'I'J2LLIGELvE . ~--o-- OIPPSLAND OTOOK REPORTSO'. Messrs A. AM'Loan and Co., of Maffra, report :-Our'yards waoe well supplied 'e with cattle; fair atteiidanoe'of buyers; no alteration in prices. AVo sold fat cows, t medium to good; at 1.i L4 15, L4 17s Od, L5, .L5 17s fd, and L7 7e '"d ;'btiers to L5 17s 6d. Store Cattle.-We sold Omeo bullocks atL5 10s (a nice lot); other lots' from L4 2s Gd to L5 5s; steers, L2, L2 t 10s, L3, L3 5s, and L3 10s ; store cows fron L1 llsto L3.. Meosras. English, Little, and Co. report : -Fat Cattlo.--ood quality firm at 'late rates. Prime bullocks, t7 to L8 10s; medium-and inferior, L6 to L7 S ; good cows, L to L7 2s Od ; inferior, L4 Ss to L5 10s ;' vealeri L1 2s to-L2.::Storoe 1 COIttlo-No alteration this week. Good bullocks sold from LA 10s to L5, some extra good to LS5 0s. At Maffra, on Friday, sales lull, not many cattle being forward, 'and the attendance hot so large as usual.: .Bullocks I4 5s to L5 10s, latter very good; cows, L2't...

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