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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 July 1883

THE' MOND'A MOdR INQG JULY-- 9,r1883. A- u?vjcr which is nowengagine much attention not only in the mother colony but in her colonies, is the growing dis proportiton' the recal .coirditron of -the. extremes of English society. The ch' iga tfi '',ic ir,inid the poor poorer, and the question is being raised whethlr'Ain\thisWcloiyi, b Wfre all our availalle anhdis disposed of, we should. not take a lesson from the experience acquired in the older and more pope,. lo cdouitries. of'- Europe, saod be ;warned bythe expeiience now affolrded s. The' "Ago;' in a lucid article, recentlyipublished, states that the same: errors as '!to 'land occupation which have beer mide i'n the old coiuntry e ieing, repeated' in America, and,warns our ipoliticians,'i thoatuitless they stake' timely stepsi to 'aresm the evil thie same great inequality which there xists will hero be repeated . Our contempoiary gives ass unstruo tirioquotation from an American news paper, which comments,upon the-fact that the :....

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE COMING CATTLE OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 July 1883

TEE COMING CATTLE OF THE DAY. .Under the above heading, an attrac tive correspondence goes on in recent numbers of The Live Stock Journal; "Y," a writer who sticks up for Here fords, gives the following experience : " For many. years I. kept.together a herd of pedigree Shorthorn, and Here ford coivs with the view of .comparing and testing the value of the.two breeds. After the first winter. I drew my .own conclusions, and the practice of subse quent years confirmed the impression I had entertained; but:I would not de cide hastily, and it:: was only, after a long experience ofthe two breeds that I discontinued keeping shorthorns alto gether. To begin iwith,,my Hereford cows.run out all winter,.receiving only a little hay. in severe weather, and they r?etained Itheir condition but,I very, soon found that pedigreei shorthorns would not, do out of doors .during lthe winter ,months, so they? were put in, yards.and fed, and .they cost me about three times as much`. toi keepas i the, "Iler...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 July 1883

,IELBOURNE .STOCK REPORTS (BY ELnCEnw JHIC IOIIAPII.) Wedneslday Evening" Messrs. A.M 3LPI and. Co. report - Fat Cattle.- ,l820 head forward. Sales opened with,) slilit) advance !on last week's rates,; which lowered ito-' ,ards the end, closing 'firi; ,We sold Mr Jas. M'Farinid's lillooks at £9 2s Gd, and cows io £8 15s, averaging £6 is; O'Deaus bliocks to £9 ;150, averaging £8 ? lli; Fenton; junior's bullocks and cows at.full market rates. Also calves'from 8s to4: 5 . Messrs. Peek;' Hudson and Raynor, report: - Fat.Cattle.-L larke same as last week's quiotations, not ia highl the quality not hbeingm so.good.. W" o sold 20 butllocks for Mr Donald Manson to LS, averagiig L7:0 1 20 do for Mr ,1. J. Campbell, to L8 10s, averaging L7 19sO Gd; 20., co for :vMr YW .Manson, to LO 15s,' averaging L8 15s; and from outside Gippelaind 288 to L9 10s, they. being the first mnob of Queerin lauders t'is' year which : averaged L7 4s Gd. Fatl, Calves.--109: yarded; prices extremely high. We sold 2 t...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 July 1883

ELBOURNE GRAINMARKET. Moers r Oreig .~nd' Muray oild their usual' weekly grain isle on Tuesday 'lat and sold. as follows: . 'Whoeat, seed, 4s 11Idi" per busohol' faoir milling, 4s .10d" do ; mixed' samples, i48 7d 'do. Oatn;,oil foed, 3'd1 to, 3? :lddo.. +++. food', 3m'+ ... a

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 July 1883

EUROPEAN TEILEGRAMS. Loxno' July19 It is considered 'probable in' well in' forined circlies, tliat if 'the Austrlan colonies maintain the a firm attitude. which they haive assumed in'connection with the a innexation of"New Guinea; Lord Derby, the Seciretairy of State Fir the Coloiies,?will conseiit to the ann~x ing of a portion of that territory, to. gether with some of the islands in the Pacific. Should EnEgland adopt ;i;'i policy however,, it is hardly likely that hehswouldd extend it to the New Heb; brides, as the Government appear per. feotly willing to allovw the French to, annex those islainds if they desire to do so . Tendlers for ithe 1N w Soith Wales loan of"3,000,000o are advertised in this: morning's Ipapers. 'The" date for opening the tenders -is the 17th inst.; a?id the noiii l,'niinimuin has been fixed at par..--.. SIn theHouse of Conimons this even ing, in reply to a question with regard the detention of the: mails, owing to the' quarantine' regulationsi in' the. Medi...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.] THE CAUSE OF POVERTY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MAFFRA SPECTATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 July 1883

-": -CORRESPODENCE - [We do not hold oursolves responsible for the opinioes,of our Correspondents] , 6tiC U.O11sE OF.POVR?.!r , ,o TngEbr)OORO.'I;TIIs'MAsvI A 5eiCpTATOi Srn,-Your. leader of the Oth inst; on the distributio a of wealth;, delt with what is, t? most people a very ink toresting subjeot. At .fret .sight ,it seems strange that ther should hbe so great extreies'eof iwealth 'and:' povery amongsti the same people and" in the same'to nl'!bdbt''tl}d' principal reason is not far* to e'ed?Lr:,Thbre are many other and more euccoaeful ways of lbe coming wealthy besides acquiring land Vanderbilt, whomyou quite. as one of the wealthiy'ones: of Ain'rc1 made his ;wealthlmainly lby means of railways, of'l which he possesses several,. whilst most of the wealthy men of Great Britain ac 'quired theirs tlirough comimorce; When first 'alsen steamships, for. ittance, such aethose trading to the colonies coast £50000 each! it is very evident that a few of tem would equal the wealth of the la...

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THE INQUEST [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 July 1883

THE INQUEST Was held .'at thlie' Macalister Hotel, before A., W,.Howiitt, .,Esq:;, P.M.,: coroner for the district, yesterday afternoon.' A juryl having been im pannelled,' of which-? Mr Norman McLean was appointed' foreman, the body was viewed" by the jury, who were duly sworn in, 'and the following evidence taken: William Maxwell, sworn, deposed I am a blacksmith, living in Matfra. Have seen the body, and identify it as that of Andrew Woolan. Last saw himn alive on Friday fortnight in Mr Mi'Lennan's blacksmith's 'shop, Maffra, about 6 p.m. He was not sober, but a good deal under the influence of drink. He complained of cramps in hisinside. Had a lemonade bottle containing .liquid, which he said was medicine. The bottle was similar to the oneopro duced. He said lie was going straight home, I never saw him alive after wards To a juryman.-The night was very dark about 8 p.m. It was about dusk when I saw him. Herbert Burgoyne deposed.-I am a horse-rider at Maffra. Have seen the body, ...

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EXTRAORDINARY SUPERSTITION IN BRITTANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 July 1883

EXTRAORDINARY SUPERSTI' TION IN BRITTANY. At the Cotes-pu-Nord Assizes five days have been occupied with a myste. rious case, of murder, throwing..some light on .Breton superstitions. One. smorning last. September, in.the village ofi, Hengoat, a farnier, named Omnes, twenty-five years; of . age, was :found suspended from the top of a tumbril. He had boen thrashing on the pre vious 'day, and slept tin th barn,. in order to guard against thieves, and had evidently :beei' strangled: in' his sleep, and, hung up when dead. His mouth wras gagged " with a handkerchief 'and his arms extended, as though crucified, by a stick which was placed in the coat sleevres. He' was the mainstay of his aged mother, was about to marry, and was popular in the village,'except with. his sister and. her huishand, Marguerite an~d Yves Guillou.: .They.had forithree years borne a grudge ` againstb him, because, on his father's "death,.he!had sworn a debt of 150fr., which they had. been obliged to pay. They main...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 July 1883

i .u s :"io ·.d f a.6?d TrED'ade otirs.Voi 7PIANOS !; T LIKE SQCCESSI H E rhol? anuoose, af thb blialnnss of :; .1· · ,;i o lliruuw i [.,?. z:1 ! iwr e .*,':? j" .. .' .+ , <, .? + 4?'t " . I " 11 1 ofntInusinto se u~py rrecoangId heiienea S iM Oari S-nd. ThAsE..o ,s. the fact tha every oo-t Omer is sa7tisfied I tomralitd rcndp tr?a.o ,c hs cnt:pinnoip ally'taossiw s-have pa . . ,c .-? chased.toth an for t s ,les I:4.l',?i ?.iof :pianos, now'*- ? rrl-.,'.i I ;,; E 'Rediteodser the Address .~ , ;,,=wm,,:=.v:..?________, ETO:,: :'e SPREMIER ePIAXOc atGo MUSIC, " hm ayonand d?tble t, Sale. .. ~G. OAPlW N'S' rcnidxtins tf.~lj iffo% oic ,EP' OT' ' . s aymondpt-; et Se c ntis --s'en(nAer t]C;,'-O rne' hs o "::·r:i,?? b'i i,.,,t I· ,-*;,u th -· .· , j1 PREMIER PIANOi MUSI C'Gal .;- ; , ;- - .,": ' .: -, : B ~;..,n~ i ,~t ; 'WA- TCHS.'-TSNOELTIES-! ' SAYiM~PLes (next th orne),ha o hand a well-selected Stoplk of,, EN"L .H -LEVERS, AL "I A . ADIES CO?D JEWELERYI 9veryodesoi, tzg .f...

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NORTH GIPPSLAND COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 July 1883

NORTH GIPPSLAND COUYRBING aLUB. a The'meetiug to dispose, of the ladies Bradelet Stake was held 'yesterday, ; at' iAirly, and proved both highly success. fil' and very interesting. The' brace ,lets,,four in number, were, chosen from. thestock' of local tradesmen, and ar very handsome prizes;' the winner, runner up, and the next two dogs' got '?ie'each. The weather was fine, but for the 'spectators rather cold, and breezy. There was a very fair attend ance, and the sport witnessed amply repaid those who patronised the meeting, hares being numerous and strong, bidding the dogs a hearty good-bye in the majority of the courses, only three having been killed in running through the stake, which. was finished by the early hour of 2 p.m. The winner and runner-up, Mayo and Milkmaid, both belong to the same owner, who declared to divide the stakes. , Fancy Free had a very nasty enicounter with a wire fence in his first course, receiving soever injuries, putting out' his chance for getting on ...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 July 1883

MELBOURNE. '.,(OM OUR OWN. COWRIESPOND.ET.) .:The one topic of public interest just now is th. desire of the colonies to ,annex New Gu inea,and just indina etion is rniversally expressed at the per sitent refaiil o, the mother country to allow the proposed annexationr A well-written' article appeaed in the Age a few days back, pointing ,out the advantages wiliili would acru to the Solonies generailly;; and .Queensland in particular, from: the currying oud of the proposal. "Ai opening would be ade for liundreds of our ,yout to sottl6 ini ; the now colony: and ! its ich resourcesmoust eidently add greitly to the revenue of the country fostering it. As affairs at present stand, any other power might easily oeizo the island, an~l thus hold the key to the whole of the Australian" colonies. But Mr. Glad stone fails to, appreciate the danger, and proposals" are afloat to again bring the matter by some influential embgsay/more prominently before the English Govern ment. , " , : The ele trip...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 July 1883

Auctions. FAT AND STORE OATTLE, 1lAFFRA, FRIDAY, JULY 13 . A 'LEAN and Co` will Sell t their .15 Prime FatlBullocks ap Cod e.' 30 Superior Bullocks, 4 years. 40 do Steers and Bullocls. 20 Good Cows and Heifers. T0 Superior Bullocks and Cows, from Dromin.. T.AING l .Established..-. Branch of our IlBusiniess in Melbourne, we are now .ripared-=to'h1old31. W~EEKLY.SAIES of Cattle, Slheep, et;c.t the Flemington :ards, and:.to undertake .thbesale of all kinds of Prol?crty, FariiuiPIducire, etae, privately or by pulic auctioin. \Ve are. ..lsoijn ap-sitipn to, negotiate Loans on freehold securities at the vorylowest rates of interest, and to'cednduct auction sales, valuations, eta, in any part of Victoria. (?-'48 Queen st., Melbourne. Johnson-satreet, Mathle. IT A-.Im'LEAN S CO. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, JULY 13.i SGUTHRIDGE an4 00, will sell by t Auction: at "M?rls on thei above date, at 12 o'clock --10 Prime Fat Cows and Bullockla Store Cattle,- - R GUTRIbGE- and CO., b roST Sand STA"rox Ao?a'rs, ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 July 1883

Coaichest &c' OB and CO.'s "COACHES leavo C 0 CRITERIO1'HOTEL. ro o SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 pm. daily (Sunday oxcopted,, arriving at ainsdalo'at 7.30 p.mn. are, 10s. All infornintion; &., at Cobb and Co.'s scco, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO.; ROYAL MAIL. SCOACH will RUN DAILY between above places, leaving Ndwry daily at 945 am., IMatfra 11.15 a m., arriving at Salo at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Sale on arrivalof. trainifor Ilaffm "and Newry. ; , . . passengers and parcels booked at the following places': Sale, Criterion Hotel; ;lifra, J. Knox'' Metropolitan Hotel;' and' at' Rawlin's' Nwory Hotel :- ......... HEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. mHE Convoyance. betweeri tlie ~'saovo T ;placeoswill :be DISCONTINUED until further:notice. Any,parcels,that can be forwarded on idoraback will be duly delivored. All parcels must' be prepaid, ind any for Soatonor. Glenmaggie will be eorarded by H Maxfield.. JAMES KING, Mailmann ROYAL MAIL' COACHES. T...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 July 1883

i:,I m :t MAIL NOTICES. Mails close at the Iafira Post.oflicefor th ifbllbwing p~laes ais undor: -For Sale Rosedale, Traralgon, Wa l-. halla, Toongabbie; rMelbourno, Port Albert, Tarravillo, &c., at 11 am..daily.' For Stratford, Bairnedale, . Bruthein, Omeo, Grant; Dargo, etc., daily at 12.30 p.m. For Upper Maffra daily at 3 p.m. For Heyfiold, Glenmaggie, Cowwar, and Seaton, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and. Saturdays, at 3 p.m. Briagolong, daily at 2.45 p.m. The Poat-office is open for telegrams at 8.30 a.m. till 8 p.m., closing between 1 and 2 and 6 and 7. Postal business from 9 am. till 6 p.m. . . " Mails close for 3Maffra at the under. mentionod places as under- Sale, at 1.30 p.m. daily. B3riagolog,; at 10.5 a.mn.mdaily . Newry, at 9.30a.m. daily. Stratford, at 3.15 p.m: daily. !, • Hoyflold 8.30 am. Tuesdays, Thurs. days, and Saturdays.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 July 1883

C MMRROIAL I1VkJt4lGRNOE., OIIPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Flsours A: WLsan and ,Co., of Maifra. rdport :-A "fair' supply of attle" forward for the waok. Our yards largely supplied, and prices if anything lower than'of labt. rWe sold fat cows, inferior to fair, at £4o10, £5 0lst £5 17s 6d : do steers'and bullocks, from £5 2s 6d to £5 10s; yealers, 14s: ! Store Cattle.-We sold 300 cows and bullookq from South Gippsland, at'£3 7s for cows (aloyed), and £3 18a and £3 10s for bullocks, the latter being young and very poor. Ye sold other lots of steers sand bullocks at from £3 7s to £5 15s, the latter half fat-;' cows, £1 10s, £1 12s 6d;;i £3.S and £3 7. Ilorses.- On Monday last, wo yarded about 70 head. There was a good attendance of buyers, and: anything good. sold well; light and weedy sorts not in demand. We soldt 50 for 'H: P. Keogh, Esq., of Kil morio, to £15 10s. Tihe above coniistod chiefly of old mares in low condition. Yo sold odd lots from £7 ls to £2'. Messrs. English, Little, and C...

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FINDING OF BODY OF THE LATE ANDREW WOOLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 July 1883

FINDING OF BODY OF THE LATE ANDREW WOOLAN On Tuesday afternoon about three p.m., Mrs. Jones (wife of Mr. Jones, shire secretary),and daughter were walking along the bank of the Macalister on the Tinamba side of the river, when they observed the body of the unfortunate man A. Woolen, who has been missing for the past fortnight; floating on the up river side of a tree lying across the river at a spot about 100 yards below the bridge, but a much greater distance by the course of the stream. The body was not far from the Tintimba bank, and was floating in the water amongst a quantity of timber, which had evi- dently prevented it going further. A considerable number of people quickly gathered, and Mr. D. Walsh having   given information to the police, Con- stable Smallman immediately went to the spot and superintended the work of recovering the body, which was accom- pllshed with very little difficulty and brought to the top of the bank. The body was neither much swollen or ...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 July 1883

THURSDAY MORi-ING, JULY 12, i1Qq83 Notwithstanding the great number o eir)h ses that3 inoW bred in. all ( oiH w ould lead one ' i4,t;r1l'6 . su i t t;h'tho joe olf' ta . tm rul i b "qozsiderably supenrior an weoll proso ll rule at a hi~h eg43,end must prove highly re~su nerative to the breeder. We learn from ?ttaSid6btdeo4!oq p ithpt Mr Wn. .Merry Y Jour 'V has, within those few days, sold hie draught oentiro colt, " Cannon," risi three;yoars old, by "Big Gun," out ofl g lanl n ighly bred maro, to Mnr W Calort -of' Spring Hall, Bairtesdal, for the veryhandsomo sum of £1ii. o?. informant states that, theo buyer will haao,every reason to congratulate him. selfdnlhie purchase. We beg to call attention to the clearing sale of Mr M. Molphy's stock of well- bred cattle, to be held by Mr Thos. Jones at Mr McFarlane's stockyard, on Wednesday next, 18th inst., particulars of which will be found in our advertising columns.   The death of Mrs Black, a well-known and highly respect...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, July 12. ENGLAND AND FRANCE.—SEIZURE OF BRITISH OFFICERS AT MADAGASCAR. FRANCE REPUDIATES THE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 July 1883

EIR.9PEANTXELEGRAMN. G1A 'p*:l JtA D E' .OE. . )., ENGJ.ANp· Alf 89D/ 1A. E.-SEI2( UIRE OF "BRITISH bOFFICOES I AT MA'lKdW~fdIR. FRAN.~I~E~pED;ATES THF I in t a, ouse..o r ay, Ear GranVill?~di.4oetdae of-seitdf~rditFdgn Afit ,tiinrtate tI4t'lId' lisd'ijmmuniAr catedi wittn' Ci1l ll$eniLacour, t'ii' French r'ri' r 6 ' Foreign Affairs " qIh reference totheP attempted qxpul' sion of the British Consul at Tamatave j_,t!19fUr British- c naval officers. -M.-Lacour replied tha '-nRA ,in,'h ;arertnil *d w rl , tiro r 1 ,r:.nj-rTeply,to; Lord Shaftesburyi;Earl Graiiilld "ls'o'stated that A?Iýcoti r hadl'.);pressed;the opinion thatif1 the repddi thlie' 'xpulsion 'a t 1 niiiiri erea correet tie .French commander had Earl Graivillfft a ,as askd whether, . ieirVid*r'IofJwhatOliaBdieiciried, the FEhglishS"'t3overeibeit '"intendedT to strengthen thi'.aqua ron cruising near' ,Mad~giscar, hiebt'lh'6 'declinied; /;ii' th' L e lsngstle, of afairs to.,ae -I 1i S'.JII 'luS i r iti ' - tii . " ann.qunemn...

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FOOTBALL. SALE V. MAFFRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 July 1883

0 ;;.?FOOPTBAL LL. F "Tlii matchl was. ayed blii Maffr (prlunc oniliheaer i:oonofSturday couldbe expected,at thliidaeisont of tlie (.yoe. The ccoFonping,'temnslin±uste ed 'the ir1f1)1 dieai a idmeid;e'Id gen 2rdatterest wae mý,ýn~a tio rsult Jtaf4 I avn pieeioi, }yon ono. gamq,.anid! drawn another. Play b ati al electin to"a commionoing the gamebykickiiigi o~ rarur~oa 6 alf o payw, eaývry good, although Iinfavori oflSale,' their opponente not ~appedrmintol^bocklei td' "their worktlc biut.u u .inlthe latterhalf theyl shaped a'ifgiod deal better, altlidug iey;pr" o ed un able tb~preires ,Wi hartikicking first, goal:fbi Salis amided aoleer'froMil th. sulgorserof the vsitirnn team. Palmer1, then , kickedxoff forMaffra, the play `soon getit feiin ial furioeu; thbMafilfra teainoy shewng ueciddc superiority1 winninga :goalby aivery' goodplac kick by Alford. (Cheers for Man Whiteagain kicked' off for rale, and: afterE{fsomedsharp iplay,liiPalmer foil Mairldkd Ifp lehdid' !Idid' be; ig\ Snth...

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UPPER MAFFRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 July 1883

UPPER. "LyFRA. "'hsi:?l srnoss pumissroxssorrc,).7 fl I at OirjParliament havingnresied st Tailikall'ejre ivil ith interest the aoproach df tl no a'e i1 tifuonistriuctioh^'Bsll,1 should one be. forthcoi iiA th ed''isio6n -swhich I much' dotsit. .Of codisoyour 'tdwataso eti will 'iticldlike loeches tn your deijation liie frib leyfield to Mrffra ;' you will liaid strong opponents in Stratford;Boiad&,e rind f ilohgb.the U Epper` Maa11'ra/'raute, it the .opposition did;not. come .fror the latter' locality last 'sessibri it' caindt' thereforebeosai4 that we clashed with you, aond caused.the Bill to be shelved' It ;is 35pQ this point, thyclwiwli "to' argue the, questions. Many of our community have gone hand overlist with,.yourin-your endeavorto obtain, tlid Tinitila" route, and" they certainly 'fodglit h'aid fir thd caubeLtheT forloin hope-hithwto'lwithout success. Now,. ·r'wisd ' -DW a, to 't naicllirE'`thiki voiee queisioni calmy andl "inm ssionateb' whether, she t1inl s. epiti...

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