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BRIAGOLONG. June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 July 1883

.BRIAGOLONG:,·r. I (rus- . . coiass oosor i+ )j,! ": . Ju©' 30. A meeting of ratepaySr. persuant to 'advertisement' was held:at the' e chanics' Institute on the evening of Thursday las, w lidhen ther wa a eryd numerous attendance . ..- ; •Mr, ff;L, laxndLy, was appointed chairman, and informed the nmeeting of the;purpose for which they were called together.:: The object ; of the gatherinig was discussed freely, and after. 'several of .' our.iwell-known 'residents 'havirig e'xpresied thei 'opinions 'pririand con, Mr. Blundy ni i sed, secorinded by? Mr. Blyth, " that thý ineeting' pprores of the MatFra Shire ¶,ouncil ,retaining the road aild 'crossing ias" at present used by the (publiefýand leased from lM. Macintosh, Es, of Bushy. Park" Oarried unaiiinously ,j. '.It' was also considered and,'recog nised ly the meeting that. his;,motion carried without :a, ;disseoitient :,voice, would prove: an; inducement. for lour Shire Counoil,;tto scarry out such exchanges ofroads a may .be agreed...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 July 1883

THR THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1883. SMIr BMetry informs us that the rainfall for the month of June was one inch and 34 points." As yet there has been no trace of the missing man, A. Woolan, and the worst fears are anticipated. The police have been indefatigable in their exertions, but up to the present with no clue to his disappearance. We believe that Messrs, Harper, Harris, and Dale have leased the fine property belonging to Mr R. Clement at Upper Maffra, and have no doubt that these gentlemen will reap the full harvest which their enterprise deserves. A football match is arranged to take place at Heyleld, on Saturday, let inst, betwoon toanis reprosonting aflfra and Heyflold., Thle DMafifra -team will be choseaao from the following :--almer, Thomaon, Carr, Alford (2), Campbell, Carpenter (2), Craig, Davis (2), Williasm (3), Smallman, Walters, Ianxell, Melitohlolmore, Brooko," Clifton, Bartold Shephoeiron, " YWe, are. informed that very soon the "Soo-it-Out"" Quartz Mining' Coompe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 July 1883

Holloway'sPills,-=Cire for Indigestion. -Indigestion and constipation, with torpidity of the liver, are the sourees of inisery to thousands, who spend each day with accumulated sufferings, all of which may be avoided by taking Holloway's Pills They strengthen and invigorate all the'secretive and nutritive functions. Their noaction is essentially purifying and strengthening. They may be safely taken without interfering with ordinary pursuits, or requiring' much restriction in diet. They quickly remove noise and giddiness in the head, and dispel low spirits and nervous fears. These balsamic Pills work the cure without debilitating or exhausting the system, on the contrary, they conserve and support the vital principle by substi tuting pure for impure blood.--[Advt.] COMMISSIONERS- OF SAVINGS BANKS IN- THE COLONY OF VICTORIA. Hen. J. T. Sumner T. J. Nankivell, Esq .t.LC. Hen. C. J. Jenner, H. Henty,Eq,J.P. P, 'MLO.C SA.. Ros, Esq. COMPTROLLER or SAVINGS BA?Ah AND nEORETARY TO THE COMMI...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 July 1883

MIELBOUPNE STOCK REPORTS (Br EFCrcrio 'CTELFiGAP)H.) Wedniesday Evening. Messrs. A. M'Lean and Co. report: Fat Cattle.- 1,700 heard forward. No alteration in prices sificed last .week: We sold aMr Jas. Ioland's bullocks to £8 17s 6d; Daniol's to' £8 15s ,i and cow, at £4?; and . FLnton, 'junl bul locks at full market rates. We :also sold calves at £2 15s. Mr. E. A. Paterson reports.=-Fet Cattle.--l,7T0 head drawn for; fair proportion of good and prime. Prices for good cattle up 5s to.l0s. I sold G !bullocks and cows from- Clydebank to £11 I0 s; 11 cows from Lindenow Flat to £6 15s; 5" corws for Mr.` Nicholson, Spring Hill, at £4 17as d. Fat Calesa.--0 'forward i prices about is to 10s better than lust ceek. I sold 32 from Sale to 54w; 5 from Spring Hills to 43s. Fat Sheep.-12,000 penued; e?les brisk at la to Is Gd advance on last: week Fat LLabs. 1,000 yarded ; sales brisk at last week's rates. Messrs. Dal. Campbell and Co. re port:-Fat Cattle-1,l65 head penned, leilg mostly from Gi...

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A SHADOWY STORY. A TALE OF THE IRISH REBELLION OF '98 CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 July 1883

,A SHADOWY STORY.; A TALE OF Tiar Inst REne LLiON or '08 S(rom Chambera's JToural.) CHPTIArF IV. Weostblurj iaughed off" the question, libt vas fain to turn away to hido the 'naojyshnce ho felat .haviing been out witted. by'thoso whom it was his iduty to secure. Diokles lingered after :his offlicial busiliess was ended; and the Lieutenant. who- knew them iian's ways was certain. .there ,was something yet to come; and he was right.., . , 'There is one.thing I think I'shouldt mention, sir,' said. the sergeant, ' and' that ib, that Mfullany swears he saw Mr° Decroy yesterday.' : "'Impossible i' exclaimed the "Lieu tenant. ;,So I should: have 'said, sir;' con tinued Dickles. 'Butt' who knhows? 'Millasny-hoe is a 'ranik l ad ore,. I know :,btit he is the cleverest spy that. ever lived-says he believes the Squire is as often in, Boreen Hodse as 'out of ":'In Boreeon Housel echoed Westliury. 'The man must be drunk or crazy T" Why; we have' all heard that; Squire Decroy escaped to France.' ...

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COURSING CLUB MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 July 1883

cOURSING I CLUB - MEETING. The meeting'of all persons favorable, to th ftormation of a Coursig IiClubin the Maffra" district, "convened by' re quest of Dr. Eccles, was held at. KnIo's Hotel onl Friday. last, .w'hen. bod?ut twenty persons were: present.` " ;, i Dr. Eccles read the advertisement callsig the meeting, and explained the intentions of Ithe promoters.; On' the motion of Mr. Wallen, Dr. -:Eccles'was appointed chairman,' who, in his' intro ductory remarks,` said he vould be fery, glad to hear the? 'opinioinis of ?,;sho present ias to the. advisahility or -other wise of forming:. a coursing club in Maffra. He was of opinion that if a club was formed here, and the office bearers and others pushed the matter energetie?ily,; it' would result in ~ a great iuccess. (Hear, .hear.) At'.the present time he had every reason , to believe that 60 members at least could blie secured, and as they had :a splendid country,.: and plenty, of dogs in the district, he thought it was bound'to pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 July 1883

' r,,"Auctions. FAT AND STORE CATTLE, MAFFRA, FRIDAY, JULY 6. LA "I'LEAN and CO. will Sell at their .L 'yarids-- - , . 20 Prime FatBullooks and Coows. 400 Very superior Bullocks and Speyed 'Cows, from South Gigppland;ed I The above are reported as being a very superior lot, and will be sold without reserve. Also, 150 Fat and Half-fat Cows, from Soith Gipipasland: M.HORSES.--"· HORSES. .MAFFRA; MONDAY, JULY-9.' A MI'EAN-? and 00O.-: have received instructions from H. P. Keogh, Esq., of Kililorie, Bruthon (who is giving up breeding) to sell on. above date-...... 60 Splendid Horses, consisting of 26' Maers iith'foals (mostly?draughts) '. .19 ; ,do: in foal. ' - 15 Supierior Inidian Hores The above lot of mares have been'.care fully selected for breeding purposes, and would be well suited for farmers, as they consist mostly of broken.in draughts; and are now in ploendid oondition .. .UAVING Establislied. a Branchof of our .L 'Businnss in 1el?bourne, we are now, prepared to hold WEEKLY S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 July 1883

. Coaches,, &c.. COBB :and CO.'s .COACHES leaveb CRITERION HOTEL' SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1:45 p.m: daly day excepted, arriving at 0M11cC, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WVAGNER Sale to Madsffia and Nqwry . ROYAL rIIVAPS, V 'COACH will RlUN bý.Ybetween . he ;aboi?o places, leavingN -ry daily at Sii ., Maffra 11.15.'5 a.piarriving at '!Is at 12.45 p.m, and retii the same iy, leaviing Sale on,airriya train for latra ;and Nowry. l'' Passengers and' parcel Isoolced at the folloving places: - . Salo, Critorion Hotel ; fifra, J Knox's [Metropolitan Hotel; s'aild'at Iawlin's 'cevry HotoL. HEYFIELD TQ LFRA. mHEf ConVe3aco lit?wenj the above _places, will be. D CO4TINUED otil further ~iotice: ' A'ny'nircels that iom be forwardedon hors ack will be duly delivered: All 'parcels must be prepaid, ond any for Seaton or Glenmaggie will be oreardIled by H Maxfield. JAMES KING,; S. Mailman. ROYAL MAIL COACHES. i TOONGABBIE TO SEATON.. A COACH leaven the T2ngabbie, Hotel on arrival of Coach, f...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 July 1883

01QMEUOIAL IN.ll'4iNatWGBNU.. ;bpi·ar ro--nkon --- - ! iP5r DLA STOCK 'REPORTo. Messrs A. 1Ai'Leanand.Co., of MaIfra, report A modedrte supply of -attlo fory iward for the week; no improvement in prices einee last report, want of grass and. low prices in Melbourno having' a dopros sig oe6et on lthiestarkei. }Y old ifat cows; inferior to medium, at IA 2s Gd; IA' a, L4.7.a Gd, L4 1sa ;. bullocks, light and medium quality, LII 10s. . Store' Stock- Steora and bullockse I 'i8s, 'LS ~s; TL4 2s, 1.45s; iindIT4'0' ; cows, L2 5o. Horsce -We yarded about 100 on, Monday last, most of whichiewero unsuitable for this' market bi' ing vi:rylow sin coidition and oedy" We '' ol.d Mr A. Jardins'se lot to'1200, otlier at fuIll rates "At Salo, on Satuidaywse aeld shout 20 (en conjn oteson witli ossrs gleh, LittleM nd Co.) at satisfactory priesa to vendors. ;.Measrs. ngllsh; Littleo, ad Oo,'report : --Fat Oattlo.--Good and s prie. firm; in ferior easier. Good 'billocks, LQ o10 to i.8 ;'infer or,-L6 15a ...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 July 1883

MAIL NOTICES. Mails close at the Maffm Post-ou to'f the following places as under: For Salo Rosdale.Traralgon, Wal halln, Toongabbio, Mulbo"rnos Port Albert, Tarravillo, .,at 11 .m: daily. For Stratford, Bairnedalo,.Drutheon, Omoo, Grant, Dargo, etc.' daily at 12.30 'p. For Upper Maila daily at 3 p.m. For Hoyfield, Glenmagglo, Cowwar, and Boaton, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays,. at 8 pi.'? r,.: - , 'rMriyolisig, daily at 2.411 p m The Post-office is open for telegrams it 8.30 "mii till 8 p.m., cloeain? btwoon 1 and 2 and 6 and 7. Postal business from 0 am. till 6 p.m. Mails close for Moiafra at..tho.undor, Tieoiitio~ed pl1cs as Unider : . . ;;Salo, at 1.30 p.m. daily. "'Briagolong, at 10.6 am. daily. Nowry, at .30.S. indaily. Strattord, at.3.15 p.m. daily. 2 Heyflold` 8.30 am. Tuesdays, Thurs? days; aind.aturnday

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MAFFRA STOCK REPORTS. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 July 1883

O aMMEJWIAL INTELLIGENOE. MAYPOA TOOCK REPORsT& Messrs A. M'Lo n and Co., of:Maffra, report :-Moderate 'supply of xattle for-? ivnid? no ionpirovement in pricels. We sold fat cows to £5 17s Od; half-fat bult locks, £4 16s to £5 4l5s; store 'steo-rs £3 7e to £3 19s. Messrs. English, Little, and Co. report : -Store Cattle.-Market dull.' Bullocks, £3 18s to £4 15s ; cows £2 to £211s ; Tintaldra heifers (apeyod), £3 165s.-. Fat Oattlo.--Very few forwa.rd; about same_ as last week. . . , ) - MELBOUnNE PRODUCE MARKET. Messrs. Wm Adamson andCo reportfor, the week ending July 4: Wheat continuese in good demand at our last quotations. We sold a parcel from North 'Eastern line at Bs, which we quote as top price to-day. Several lines quitted at 4s lld to 4s l11d. for good milling, and 4s 9d for inferior. Millers are only buying for actual require mente, and for large lines concessions have to be made to effect sales. Oats are rather dull of sale. Bost feed qualities are -worth to-day 3...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 July 1883

EUROPEAN, TELEGRAM S. ..The rapid increase in the number of cases of cholera .at Mansurah and Da-' manhour, in Egypt, has convinced the !medical" authoritiesu that', the disease possesses true opidemic features. ?Two of the soldiers who (ormed part of the .cordon around `the town of Damietta blave boen attacked with cholera, and have both succumbed to the disease. : News from Froh'sdorf states that no improvemeinti has iaiien . place in the condition.of the.Comte do. Ohamboard, and that he'is rapidly sinking. , Li Hung Chang, the Chineso Prime Minister, has, left Shanghai, and has referred M. Tri~dn, the French Minis: ter, to the authorities at Pekin ~for' future negotiations LoNDOc, July 6. Baron do Lesseps has started for this city, onthe invitation of the Cabinet, to: confer with -ministers as to the scheme for the'constrnction of a seicnd ship canal through the isthmus of Sues. It is understood that Baron de Lessep-' is prepared to conclude an agreement on the subject;' as the q...

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MELBOURNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 July 1883

MELBOURNE. S(Ros. ounR,ow\ COiRESPONDENT.) Saturday. The first act of Parliament, on its reassembling, in 'etoing the opening of. thepublic galleries on Sundays isC-al culated to arouse feelings of the.most iiiteii?i 'dissatisfaction throughout the community, notof Melbourne alone,I but of the entire colony. In spite of the thoiusands' 'of signatureis in favor of opening. these institutions, ,.the Sab batarians 'have managed to' carry the day, but it is very questionable whether' the decison of Parliament iri the matter will be followed up by the trustees of ,the Public Library who so' far have studied the desires of the majority in the matter. It seems hard that the !working man, mainly for whose enjoy ment and recreation these institutions have been founded, should: be debarred the privilege, of. devoting himself on the day ofrest to a few hours' calm eon joyment, . .The 4th of July was quite a gala day :amongst'a few ofaour Yafikee brethren in this city. Rockets and whisky com bi...

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BRIAGOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 July 1883

R.B IAGOLONG. "(sno qroxa oweconsasoiSoWMET. ,The second meeting of the Briago long Mutuallmprorementand Debatinig Solbciety tok ;iplce at the Mechanics' Institute, on Thursday,,, July 5th. full attendance was present, and a fair prinkling of ladies graced the meetingio with their presence, Mr., Knipa in the chair. The 'subject of last meeting waj again freely discussed, and ,on being rclosed, the chairman called upon "Mr.' Landy for, a .continuation of his ~sub ect, which he gave as follows:-" Taei 'Pnit'AILINo 'IINPLUENCES "OF 'Avimiaci.nrk SOCIETY.,1 'In continuation: of the subject I: in .toduced to your. notice. previously,; I; ,now purpose giving you (in my opinion) the second. prevailing vice. of ,the colony-=wearing.:.' As regards . its ,universality amongst all classes, and' persons .of: all- ages, 'the first should give place' to the second, but"ii' its' 'marked effectsiupon the, happiness; of 'individuals and families, I have given, intemperance pro-eminence among', the v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 July 1883

Auctions. HORSES. HORSES. MAFFRA, TBIS DAY, JULY? 9.\ A M'LEAN and CO. have received . instructions from H. P. Keoo6h sq., of Kilmorie, Bruthn (whois giving up breeding) to sell on above date-- '3' 60 Splendid Horses, consisting of " 26 Mares with foals (mostly draughts) 19 do. in foal. 15 Superior Indian Horses, . The above lot of mares have been care fully selected for breeding purposes, and would be well suited for farmers, as they consist mostly of broken.in draughts, and Are now.in "pleiidlc6nditlon . TT VAING?G Esthallihed 'a Brainch of bu'r t. l Business in i'!b,.urne, we are now 'p.nlrd to hoei WE TELY SALES of (.at',; -Sheep,- tc: -at- the- -Floemngton Yards, and to undortake the sale of all kinds of Property,: Far Prod?uao, etc., privately or ? puolid aucidoin. We 'are also Ti aposititon :to Idgotiate" Loans on frekhold securities at the very lowest rites of interest, and to', c~puct aiuction-sales, valuations, etc. ii any part of Victoria. OFIeCE:- (48 Queenat, Molbourno ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 July 1883

Ooaches, &c. - o and CO.'s : COKOHES :loa?d ORITERION HOT , .. i: SALE to BA'TIINSDAIEJ IL45p.iki daily (Sunday excepted), arriving ,at All information; .cc, a.. Cobb and'Co? ORce; Criteridn Hotel,: Sale.; , .: SOB )TSON, .WAGNER & CO , Sale to :iMafra anld wryo R OYAL M AIIL. 'l COACH will RUN'DAILVY beeta6 K aboveplaces, leaving Newry daily~lt 9,L45dan., bntfrp 1115 a.Rn., arriving {t Sale at 12.45 pm, and return thesnmo Aay, lcaiCig Sale onb irrivAl'of''ti:aii f&6 ?ialra and Necwry. , ,,3 , a ,i SPassenger and parcela booked at. the ,follnvwi:g ,place :- '` .. . Sie, Criterion Hotel' Maffrk, J Kne'ii ,letropilitan IHotel , .ahd;, At RJliB a' ?wry HIotel. Sa' HEYFIED ,TO MAFFRA.11; s HE Cotteyanc" beotwe it,',th'e above . plaepwill ,1 DISCON Until further notice. Aiyiy pa?els t n' be forwarded on horaback will lbe dsUB delivered. All parcels must be preld, and any for Seaton or lonnlaggie .eorarded by H Maxfield. ' . S . JAMES KTING, W, -.t 1ailnmat. ROYAL ...

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DANGER FOR AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 July 1883

DANGER EORiAMERICA. It' is stated, "witli-h hat trith we know not,'that the water siipply ofthe United States' is' diminishing to an alarming extent, and: the Now York "Times" declares that the rivers and lesser streams of the Atlantic States are visibly smaller than. they- were twenty five years agos Owing to the failure of the springs and raine which once served as feeders, many'country brooks: have totally disappeared; while the level of the great lakes falls year by year, and many piers on the' shores.of: lakeside cities, where vessels once approached with esse;'iiow iardly-reach to the edge of the water. Harbors are growing shallow, and all the dredging which can be dore to New York harbor, will not permanently. drepen ,it;. while 'that ,of Toronto hs;. grown shallow.in spite of such deep dredging as .to reach, the bot tom ;rock.'" The Hudson 'is notably affected;, and, many places. during'the summer are almost bare in the upper water. 'If thsi'details are co'rrect, we should i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 July 1883

"•'",{.) ..:,+v,'n< : !J+.'hb ! } . ',l:. ! s I 'i(1 PIX'"Lt l',7 ) / ai,, ,,NOTHLING. ;SUCOEED S :,I:KE .. S , UCCESSi ! , TEIBMS TO• SUIT Pti3HASERS:i'' HE whole socesu of'the tbuainsse of I ithe fact ?ltha every ::cutomeris d tisi"ed sa tooquality.andiprice, and GaO. lle:, "d: principally those irho have!purfLd o.li asedto thank for the sales - ' S of pianos now - " -;, Every'o tomer redoniaends their friensied G. 0..returns ihis :.thanks ito.his..cue tomprs and the public; and:trusts, :by,his continuing to supply., a gopod article at a, moderate prce, to merit a onitiinuan oft the rput f ? ... ors ': temember` the Address-;i -. :T EMxZI;R r LAO reR':; am8lo:; : hE al 1DE PO:T,- Sai. I . ". .:RBaymond-street;, Sale: r.::+. G.; .i O HAeP MA I'S i PREMIER PIANOD:* : MUSIC 'PREMIER ,PIAK O;:E D MUSIaCt9 EoY waynond.street,:Sale. ;:linhri, ";u z .; :Bod:DA o% ! 30r." ::+ ,ie'ia g*! n;Iuii i . ··IL? ý - i+:IO ýJ: Yi«ý? r :+ it C,,LOCKS, d 'JEWELLERY,, ETOKr 1:. , ,i",»:l*,i...

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A SHADOWY STORY. A TALE OF THE IRISH REBELLION OF '98 CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 July 1883

A SHADOWY STORY.   A TALE OF THE IRISH REBELLION OF '98 (From Chambers' Journal.) CHAPTER V. Miss Decroy turned as pale as death; as did her sister; who sank into a seat, apparently overcome by the shock ; but Madame Decroy said in her firmest, nay sternest tones: 'Search, sir! I siek ''iio u'ibitmnity .'for my house;I. wait the day when' it shall be 'given to. th"flanies, as" lihave been so many lidiuseasin'vliici their" owisers dared" to' fiid' shelter. Your chiefsri have been. patiuit? loigbr than' I expected.' ' ` ' ' Kate'turned' her pale face and'scaied eyes appdalinigly to her mother, as if to renind her how unwise it was to irri tate"''ii' soldier;'. but: the look "was un iheed'dd 'i Merdly boiwig:in answer:to.. Maidim~ii:Dcroy's remarks.- Westbhiry addressed' hidtsalf to the siiteors aindi htrriedly explhined' iliat' he prbposed to" do!: On" the 'inforuiistion he' hliad i;ceidiidli'h yas' 'comupelled to' searci tlie' 1oHis";'he'iliad no alternative i; hubt h? ?...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 July 1883

DEATH. BLACK - On Saturday, at the residence of Dr. Forbes, Sale, Mrs. Ellen C. Black, of Glenmaggie, late of Greenock,   Scotland. Funeral to-day at 2 p.m.

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