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POWONG. 24th July. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 July 1883

'''POWONG:' 24th July: -Woe can hardly'boliev6 i thait: your distrct lias b ell:; ithout any ,dtided rainfall for sauci a length. of dtimea!: ,your nowupapers'` report: ; Ini` tIis dis trtic there hasi beeon frequent !rain at intervals for : months past' and& during thul pa?t fortnight wee have had a great deal :of it; the rain being, Ieavy and continuous for sose 'days, grass cont asquently, s abundant, .and: stock of all kinds in" very .,goodi condition Settlers are now busy, clearing, the ground "/andi cutting, the eocruba;in' pr'i pirato for n'eit1 seasoin's ton ringii fl.j There as very little land undercultivaJ tion hero, grazing being ,almost e'cclu2 svely, atttended to, for. ,nuih tin country is particularly well suited. ':A little dairying ii: carried onsthe butter, produced?iiud sold in Melbourne bring ing very'goodi prices. , '3We could boast' of?,a cheese factory some years ago;, but owing to- the low, praae obtainaed for cheese.at the tinms, t was closed about; ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, July. 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 July 1883

EU R.O.EAN ?;,TELE GRAL S'.-_ (AuS.) .. LONDON, July. 23. The lntest news froml Zululand stntes that 'the i hostilities between Cetowayo. and the disaffected, native, chiefs have, nsico previous adv.ices,: heon .vigorously 'prosecuted on either saide. Usibcpu,: one of tlhen chiefs,, having collected a. large force, advanced, attacked and, utterly defeated Cutoewayo, and subse-.. quently ,burned Ulandi. the 'capital. Cetowayo's troops lost heavily,.and the king himself:was wounded., His posi-, tioi: at the, presout time is.critical,, LONDON. July 24. The Right Hen. W. E. Gladstone-. amiouiiced in the House of Commons:. odnTuosday that the Government.wouhl not ask Parliament toesanctionmtho pro visional agreement entered into: with. Baron: Lesseps in connection..with: the construction of a second Suez canal.. The, Government thought this course was advisable in view of the-opposition. which the. scheme. had encountered at the::hands of the. public;. The with dnrwal; of the Government ...

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PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 July 1883

"..PARLIAMENTARY NEWS ., In o thel Iogislativo Assoemly on Tuesday.;,evening,. iln regard to the Raoilyay ConstiructionBill, Mr. M'Lcan poilttod onut;thlt afto: tho Railway Bill of the late Governmenent had passed the House the value of 'property .in0 some districts increased from 20 to 50 per cent.- - But at the present time all mattor0,in !connection: with the pro perm; in some of those districts was in 'ay~siot' tisettled' coidition.. I-H was aiwardthat no money would hI avail htl "for railway construction this year,buIt if thl Minister woull an nounce wlien lie would introduce the new railway bill it, wouhl doubtless place matters with irogrd to' ijwoperty in' more satisfactory condition. Mr. Gillies replied that it wouldl be impoasillejust now to, lix the prouise iate when the hill would he submitted. It would very much dIeped upon how businlss progressed, and how soon so5m of the important hills of which notice had hel gieng n were disposed of. SMr. Gillies, in reply to .Mr. A...

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HEYFIELD. 24th July. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 July 1883

.. 1 . HEYFIELD, (enoii A coiiiRsroNDsENT.) . 24tlL July. Soinme ;ittle.: stir.:;. is nowl,;arisli? amogst' ratepaycrs. here in-regard ;:'to: the approaching election of shire coun cillors ;and .s this (the' WVetern Riding) has,. a wlas well.s" th otheir ridings, to return three good mentaind true to represent our interests,: we are naturally anxious ,to eielect !soise oni possessed of thorough business haslits, abilities, aind.knowldge ol .theirequirer ments of the district. generally, and those of Heyfiehl asý, neighborlloo.d in particular. ;We ishould bo'very highly tatisfied and pleased if ;the ?ti?atipye x Tuiem ba and, onaeggieulwould select a gentlemand from esohof i these localities i "'tlie man of' their cliiced, in which case we. would be ab no los to find a'nrist suitable representatiA'o for Heyfieid. If this were accompl$1ie l there! is no. doubt that the three? gon. tlenen "so oselected "would receive the uited support of the ratepayers..in oall parts of this riding. Se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 July 1883

Coaches, &c0. (0.Il.B and CO.'s COACHES leavo C CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to 1IATRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted), arriving at liainsdlalo at 7.30 p.m. Fare, 10s.. " Alliinformation, &c., at Cobli and Co.'s 0lice, Criterion Hotel, Sale...' ::p-. : ROIBIERTSON, WAGNER'I& ;Ct (0 Sale to Maffra and Newry ROYAL MAIL, - COACH will IRUN DAILY betweeno J. above places, leaving Nowry daily at 1.45 a I., IMatlra 11.15 am., arriving at Sldo at 12.45 p.m, (and return tho sano day, leaving Sale on arrival of train for ?lltor and Newry. 'assengers and parcels booked at' tho following places : Sale, Criteriion lotel ;,3affra, J Knox's Iletropolitan iHotel; and at l Rawlin's "uowry Ilitel. J. FISHER. IIEYFLELD TO MAFFRA. pIlE Conveyance between tho abnvo I places will be DISCONTINUED until further notice. Any parcels that can Ie forwarded on borsback will be duly delivercd. All parcels must be prepaid, and any for Seaton or Glenouaggio will be orwarded by U Maxfield. ...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 July 1883

THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 18a Ownng to pressure on our space we are compelled to hold over leading article and other nmatter. We bet to remind the ratepayers of Tinamba, Heyfield and Glonmaggie ol the meoting !to be hold at the State Schol, Tinamba, this evening, to select candidate for the approaching election of councillo? for the shire of latIra. M r. ,James Rico,:Cowwar, we are in. formed, yesterday sold a very fine lot of twonty superior Indian horses to Mr. E. Weoeks, of Melbourne, who is well known throughout the colony as an extensive purchaser for ,this market. as well as a large buyer of thoroughbred racing stock. Tihe price paid was not mentioned, butwe understand the figure was satisfactory to MAr. Rice: The weather has been remarkably clear with hard frosts during the nights for the last eight or ten days, the days after nine ,.tn. being beautifully fine, and even quite warm for some hours in the middle of the day." It is grand exhilarating weather for thtoso whose bus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 July 1883

Trade ddr esses. WATCHES, CLOCKS •JEWELLERY" -; ETCO, S DRAKEFORD, Fosr - 0reer, SALE (next tho' Corner), has on hand a well-selected Stock of ENGLISH LEVERS, AMERICAN WALTHAM, GOLD SuD SILVER,' LADIES' GOLD JEWELLERY, SILVER JEWELLERY Of every deacription Cheap I CHRISTMAS PRESENTS I WEDDING PRESENTS, &c., &c. CLOCKS of all iinds. " HANDSOME GILT MARBBLE WOOD, CARRIAGE. &:q, , &c:. LATEST NOVELTIES :.; - ALL Goons?NEw AD? GUARe A .nl' SronriNo TEOPrnis of every description. MIEDAL, ociers, CsiAras, ETC., ETC., lMade and Engraved on the premis?es at the shortest notice. S DRAKEFORD begs to. inform the residents of baffra and its vicinity that he will visit the Metropolitan Hotel every Friday for the purpose of receiving any orders or repairs he may be favored with. S. DRAKEFORD makes WATCH REPAIRING a speciality, and guarantees all work that he may be favored with to be done in a thorough workmanlike manner by skilful workmen. JEWELLERY of every descr...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 July 1883

MELBOURNE STOiCK REPORTS .(BY ELECTRIO I'TEaGoI cP it ) ':Wednesday Evening. .Messrsa A. AMLearn andCo. report: Fat Cattle.- 1,780 'head, forward. No alteration in prices since last week: We sold Woodside bullocks to £8' is, averaging £8 1? 3d; Jas. Bolandi'sto £9 10s, 'averaging Y£8 10s' 7d John Boland's to £8 15s, averaging, £8 8s; Swan's to £8' 7s Gd, and cowV at £?5 ; Fenton, junior's, and Feely's bullocks and cows at market rates. 'We also sold '43 calves: for different owners from 20s to 75s.. Cattle.-1,780 head 'drawn for, in cluding large draft from Queensland. Sales opened same as last week, and continued same throtighout Best pens bullocks to £12 ;'odd bullocks 'to £17. Fat Sheep.-15,000 penned ;' over sup ply, and prices fell froini 6d'to is per head. Fat Calves.-150 forward sales brisk 'at lastweeok's rates Fat Lambs.-800 'to hand, and sales were, ef.fcted at fully last veek'sa rates I sold at Cranlhourne, steers at 53s; cows` 40s, and 500 shep,; mixed, from 7s Od, 3 Ees...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 July 1883

S ,MELBOURNE.: : (POM QUOL: OWN' CORII vEPON'Dii'iT.) S. ,.! WVedneiday. All thdli fuisd' nali' fii:r' which' ariiis at thel crit f h'i litit sbliovii ai iyi, aud oitdinemori' tliii''eripli ainr'a rit it I faniny teliib" wili *- Johlily'" G'rapr'au" liows ii:a little betti" thliai; to arouse the Britiih Lion?''ind apblogetically ruishes 'liithier ?iid "thither'" endebavoring by 'guhliiig tdits"of "cordiality to patch up the. inlult to' which our, Qiieeon's repro oenotativn hlias'lmei sutlijectei' lI Apropos, a ca.iital'p;ilbilj seteli 'it ioy "evo the otlier afternioini:' The Britiol:liaini, ;itli diatn d"d o eyit balls flasliiin?' fury' and liniilitytdidiinit,'totldi wi"h hllt pawv on a poor croucliing frog (the Fireichlman), wlho seemned readly to dice irithaf'lfiglit, aiid looked as tlougli' it would sacrifice all' th ilo omiiili of Europ6 to tid safely beyoyid the lioil?' gr.asp. Tlio annatiioni qiuestioi soeems now to do niiore favorably rogardedl by the i'omno Goqi'er oiot, wh...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.] THE SUNDAY QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MAFFRA SPECTATOR [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 July 1883

, CORRESPONDENCE I [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.] " TIIE SUNDAY QUESTION: . TO TII EDITOT r OTHn 1MArl sIFrcrarvTO SIR, Mr. Landifs addreos in your issue of the 23rd inst., is very moderate in tone, a fac't which deserves com mendotion.- With much thatlhol says the, oppoiite party heartilyagrees, ,bu't then mot of that is foreign, to the SundayOpening Question, and so hardly requires comment. Mr. Landy state 'thatt: ignoiance" is' the caiose of vice, crime, &c.-csuci is not the case want of moral principle is the chief cause of crime, and Satan hrisoelf has been described as ' intellect personified 'ithlous] moral principle'! Many of our greatest criminals have :been me of g.good: education. who used. their knoivledge.forr vicious ends. ,In fact; without, moral principle, educationis i dangerous weapon in the hand, 9of its pdossessor.: Further "on "we: find; tlho Sunday,Obhervnnce? party:' accused. of trying to prevent men gain...

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MAFFRA MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 July 1883

,MAFFRA MEOHANI1S, INSTI HALF-YELARLY' 1ME1ETINdý". The members of the above institute held their usual h?lf-yearly meeting in the Shire Hall on Morday evening last2 There was a,fair attendance of members present Dr.:,Ecole?,tpresident of. tlhe insnttut in the chair,, Tlee minuteso£ the previous half-yearly meetieig-havin been rdal d cofiniei e s etry,. Mr..Bartold,- read- a full report of thl business lon e.and progres made ,b the -nsitute during thepast six month,: and thisebein gof a very favorable cha racier throughout, .was,?received ,and adopted by those present with much pleasure and satisfaction:. - " ; . ,Mr:.'Palmer, honi treiisurer, ii-fur nishing his fitiancial statement for the consideration of the meeting ?wa glad to be able tao show that theimonotary aspect of- afhirs lihad considerably se proved At the gnof the yea the institute, wasin debt to the tamount of over,30o , and this .sum hadd ?iece beenreduced to avery fewpouiides After payang all neceaa.ry working e'pene...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 July 1883

Auctions. FAT' AND STORE CATTLE, ETC. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, JULY 27.. A M'LEAN and CO. will Sell at their . yanis- 27 Prime Fat Bullocks and Cows?; 225 Good Store Cows and..Heifers. , 20 Superior Bullocks, 4 yainrs.: 8 Superior Milch Cows, springing to calf. Also, Magnitficent single-seated Buggy and Haiiness, with the celobrated trot ting stallion, "Young Tally," .by the prize trotting" Welsh entire " Taffy," by the imported Welsh trotting horse, ' Taim O'Shanter." TO MESSRS. A. !i'LEAN AND CO.' IMAFFRA. ENTLEMEN,-'We the undersigned owners of ENTIRE HORSES, beg to request you to hold a parade and sale of Stallions early in Septemiber iext Jas. Clyne D. Manson \V. A. Wrigglasworth Thomas Carr Thomas Pollock Philip Boland Jas. Boland. NOTICE. Show of Stallions.. A M'LEAN?? o CO. beg to announce . that in compliance with the above request, they will hold a PARADE of STALLIONS at MIAFFRA on FRIDAY, 14th September, and will feel obliged by intending exhibitors sonding ihn names and pedigrees...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 July 1883

.do1MEAL -IAoi z INYILLIeGENCE. ' IP'PoLAND STOCK IlEPORTo. fMasrs A. lI'Loan and Co., of Maffra rtporf,:-A smiall supply of :attlo forirnrd, sapd biddings'rather.briskor .than of.lato. ayo sold fat cows, mediul to fair, at L4 10s, L5 7s d, and L5 10s; bullocks, L5 15s L 10s. Veolors.-rA good many Tfowird, i; nd rselling, well.; We sold ioveridllts "'at. tihej following rates: LI Os, L1 5t , L1 17s, to LL 1ls...Store StockAl-Steors; L3 15:' cbws; LL 1i. LL2, L3;S,nd'L6ls, latter good'; milch cowa and springera, L31s Oid, L4 and L4 15s. 1ii1:fr.nThomasJonoos rports :--I have to report having hold a most successful clearinig sale of cattle at Glesnmaggie for [iM. Liblolphylofiitl6o 18tlthinat. There was a good attendance of buyers, and .xvery pirited ;comopotition'[or, every lot submittedil, thIe result being that the whole of Itr. 3Molphy's cattle were disposed of .at. highly satfactory rates.c -The. prices realisid ,ere as 'followis, ;viz. -Milch eows anid siringing- heifers from ;-...

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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 July 1883

TU1E MONDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1883 TunERe are two subjects which are now engrossing public jitention, and to which it is hoped that our legislature will dlirinig thl pieent session of Par liament, be able to 'give attention, and aitroduce" enactments which sill rimedytlhe e'o vil of which the bulk of the :.:population 'complain. One subject is the operiing of all sur veyed and gazetted rural roads, and tihe other is thei formation of tasrsnyi; not only alonig such roads which nay be wiarranted lby anticipated creatian of trahic between thu several localitie .radiatirig: from the metropolis, let ascending the mouintains to, our goul folds.l The time has certainly arrived, whenl our roads should be unlocked, and free ingresa and ogress permitted to all our travellers, whether pedestrian or equesiidan. As things are at present, tho fortuniate ownicrs of large areas of territory ase. permitted to avoid the conditions of fencing under whlich tlhey hiave .been enabled to occupy country ab...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 July 1883

, 'AL L NOTICES. 'iMails close at the. Maiffra Post-olice for the following places as undler: For Salno Rosedale, Trarnlgon, Wi. hall, Toongabhh io, Melbourne, Port Alberte Triraville, &c., at 11 am. daily. For Stratford, Bairnedale, Brutlien, Otmceo, Grant Dargo, etc., daily at 1180 p.m.. n IFor Uppermfaffra daily at 3 p.m. SiFo ;Heytfield, Glonmaggie, Cowwar, and Seaton, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdrys, at 3 .mn.* Briagolong, daily at 2.45 p.m. Tfil'd' Pt-office isa open for telegrams at.8.30, a.m. till 8 p.m., closing betwees 1 anid 2 and 6 and 7. Po1tal business from 0 a.s. till 6 p.m. Mlails close for. Maifra at thelo under. montioned places as under: Sale, at 130 pin. daily. Ilringolong at 10.5 antm. daily. Newry, nt 0.30 a.m. daily. Stratford, at 3.16 p.m. daily. -Hyfiold,;8.30 amr. Tuesdays, Thus. days, and, Saturdays.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.] THE SUNDAY QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MAFFRA SPECTATOR [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 July 1883

CORRESPONDENCE. [We dd not holdoursolveh responeible for the opinions of or' Corrospondentag :THE SUNDAY QUESTION.' TO T EDOITOR OFP Til MAFR A SPECTATOR Sen,-As you' hliave opened your coluimneta tho hdiscasion of iwhiat i called the BSuiday question, ,ill\ you kindly ropriW .for the benefit of your readers an aarticl froh thlo pen of an eminentsmemberof ,the ;lChurch of Eigland, ,which, I ,tliink, . traverses electually the ground taken by Ieoars. Wuillemin and landy on this subject. These gentloieen think they have found Sa more excellentwaiy." Society is to be purged hy the acquisitionof know ledge moeely' .What, however, is the teaching, of history and experience o Loetus take ancient Greece. Where did science and art flourish as there i Was that republic saved from decay by thesel Nay, it perished because the moral tone of the people, in spite of their great attainments, became corrupt. Again,, take "La helle France," the seat of literature, savaneiand; artists. France is corr...

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A SHADOWY STORY. A TALE OF THE IRISH REBELLION OF '98 CHAPTER VIII.—(CONCLUDED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 July 1883

A SHADOWY STORY. A TAL so Tris Ins15II REBELLION OF '08 (''Prom Cit mbers's J'ornal.)' SCHAPTER VIU.-(CONOLuDEiss. 'That nmatters' not; I will thiat it shill beo'so,'aid Mr. Deeroy, as wse must now -call lhim ; and you' will please to obey; Mr. Westliury,"he continutied ad dreioiig the oflicer, 'I »iidot yoaonly to tlhilnk"you and bid you farewell: I leave for Fraince witlhiiin ten minutes leave for ever, as I know too well; but I am glad to know thaiit at parting I have beinable to resideryou nome alight serviCO.e 'Tliie "slight oirvico" appears to be tlin'saving of iiy lifie, said Westbury, retuirning the hearty grasp of Mr .De cooy's hand; 'and considerinig iow oftien I hlie started out at inglit to catchli you "Ohli 'that'is notlinig,' 'interrupted Decroy, witlii iaisills, " It woildhlie ridiculous to quarrel witli a soldier for that:"'Ii asmityoser debtor for all' the kindness anird delicscy shown 'during your residenece at BoroeniiHosse, whero I believe I have nioreo tliani on...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 July 1883

FOOTBALL 'Amatch was played on the Mafra ground on Saturday last, letweek the Heyfield and Madira clubs, biutunfor tunately the teams were obliged to play with only sixteen on each. side. Th wewathor was not very favorable for an exlhibition of ffrst cliss ,play, as sh ortly after the play commenced, rain began to fall in heavy showers, continuing to do so until the coiciusion. of the match.. This made "thoe ground very slippery, and' the ball beinig so wet, players made some uniavidable mistakes. Palmer havnii won the toss: for Maifra, tiook adantago of this and kicked off with the 'winid, the play being very even for some time, until Carr with a running shliot, kicked. first goal for fMafra. Macfarlane then lcd off for Heyflold, butplay owiing to the weather and sloppy state of the ground, did not improve, the players appearing to feel aiiythiing but jolly, under the adverse circumstances, several of them getting very pretty bursters which by no imeans improved;. their personal ap...

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MELBOURNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 July 1883

MELBOURNE. ; (woa.onouR oWN CORRESPOND NT.) ' r SSaturday The uilasaint finsh to last Saturday's. football match has made many of the patronk of'thliat game rather, disgustod with th Carlton team Hoiwever, to day a match is to bia played between thoi anid the Melbourne team, and it is to be hoped than there will be no repetition of last week's exhibition, and thiat the Carlton team will regain part. of their prestige for fair play. This is the match' of the season, and will Io iloubt attract a large crowd. The weather has been .fos the last few days very cold and storrmy, and yesterday numbers of etovo pipe hats wereo to ho I eon' careering, graccfully over the muddy satreets, while the number of reversed umbrellasi pub. lishled to all thiat one was cortainly "out for a frolic," It is generally wet for the Melbourne v .'Carlton football match, hot I hope to day rill be an exceptionto the general' rnle: The rough weather will eeriousldel'ect the work at Point Lonsdale, and no doubt c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 July 1883

:Auctions. TO MESSRS. A. M'LEAN AND CO., MAFFRA. GENTLEMEN.,-We the un iea Sowners of ENTIRE HORSES; beg to request you to hold a parade and dale of; Stallions early in Septembse hnxt.! '.'\ . Jn. Clynoe " N ' D. Manson W. A. Wrigglesworth Thomas Carr ,Phomas Pollock S'hilip Bolaid Jas.Boland.....,.__,.... . ...... Show. ofStaUions.. .... A M'LEAN AND CO. bog to announce . that in compliance with the above "requti~ifthey "will hold a-PARADE of STALLIONS at MAFFRA on FRIDAY, 14th September, and will fee obliged by intending exhibitors sending in names and pedigrees, also full particulars If t hores-for sale as early aspossible. - The auctioneers will award 4 prizes to the grooms for best groomed horses, two in each class, draught and blood,'let pize £2 2s; 2nd, £t 1, 1 1". . , The parade will commence at 10 o'clock .sharp;-: . ' , A-AVING Established a Branch of our i.L Business in Melbourne, we are now prepared to hold WEEKLY SALES of Cattlb,-Shiep, etc. at the Flemington Yards, and...

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