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

Coaches, &c;" C BB and CO.'s COACHES leave CRITERTION HOTEL.', SALE to BATRNSDALE, 1:45 p.m. daly (Sunday excepted, arriving at boirndalo at 7.30 p. F, area 10g.- " ' All information, t&c., at Cobb as4d Bo.' Otco, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. ~-----;-;~-r;r Sale to MIaffra and Newry ROYAL MAIL.,.. A COACH will RUN DAILY between above places, leaving Nowry daily at 5.45mn., faffra ll .15 a.m., arriving at Salo at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Sale on arrival of train for Inafb and Newry.: Passengers and parcels booked at the following places:-s Sale, Criterion Hotel ;isr.ta, J Knox's Metropolitan Hotel;' and' at Ibawlin's Nowry Hotel. J. FISHER. HEYFIELD: TO;; MLAFFRA.1 THE Conveyance between the above i places will be DISCONTINUED until further notice. Any.parcels that an be forwarded on horshack will be duly delivereod. All parcels msmitt lie prepald ad an for Soariton or lenmaggie willbe :orwarded by HcMaefild. 1;t ING JTAMLE...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 July 1883

BUTTER & ECHEESE J. BARTRAM & SON, 8 QUxzN-aTErsE, MELooBurz, ARE Cash Buyers of ul Dairyj Produce at highest market rates. Consign ments received, :Account sales promptly rendered. Advances if required, Extract fromif "Australian Trade Re view":-" Mesrs. Bartranm and Son, besides being the largest exporters of butter in the colony, are also the largest exporters of cheesoue, and agents for several leading chsees factories. Finest Silk-dressed Flour, 1TROM carefully selected wheat; also n EANx and PoLAn, wlholesale and retail, at our Steam Mills, Sale, Maffi, and Heyfield. SAwn TisMEa, allsies, atthe Heyfield Saw Mills. J. & 0. A. CARPENTER, Proprietors. Maffra Bakery and Pie Shop. ALFRED NOAR, BREAD AND BISOUIT BAIKER, JOIINHTON.HTIRE T, 4MAPPiiA. . BEST BREAD and FLOURt lwaysoni lhand, at a renaunablo price. FAMILIES WAITED ON DAILY. Small goods of every description made to order. Tas, Corvan Ax Plses ALwIrs ReAi.. Trlhde NItices. T. B. ABBOTT. & C0...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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BRIAGOLONG. Briagolong, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 July 1883

: BRIAGOLONG. (PROua A COoR POND5T.e.). "Briugolong, July 27. The attendance at the last meeting of: tho Alutual iImprovement Society yes torday evening was larger still tlhan:bt. previous meetings to hliearthe debates on the Sunday question.. Mr. Wlhealy on the contrary could see.no haim-in going to the Library on Sunday, and was certain that it would do a deal -of good. He was of opinion that overy. body ought to spend their iSundayas they liked.: Mor. M'Donold thouglit it very strange that so much fues should: be made over so legitimate:a claim as the right to do! a little rending on a. Sunday.. lIehad.enough of six: days work;. and vas not likely eover-to work. on the seventh. The parsons . vho wanted to close thu-library workedion: Sunday, and, for-pay too.:; They. want to leave us no other alternative on Sun day bhut: to go to churlch, more,leho thought, for thoesakceof our shillihgs than for the sake of our souls. (Laugh ter.)- Mr. Blundy complained of the abuse- the clerg hi...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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TINAMBA. MEETING AT STATE SCHOOL. July 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 July 1883

TINAMBA MEETING AT, STATE 8CHOOL. July 28. A large and influential meeting of ratepayers of the EasternRiding of the Shire of Maffra was hold an the State school here on,Thursday evening, 26th inst., when upwards of twenty put in an appearance. ,Mr. James Clyne being appointed chairman, read the advertisement calling thee meeting, and fully explained the. cause and reasons for their having been called together.   He was glad to see that so many had attended, this being an evidence of the interest taken by, ratepayers in the present important state of matters as affecting the Shire Council. They were all aware that the present councillors had to retire in a body, but were of course eligible for re-election, and that one additional member for each of the three ridiigs had to be appointed, but, he was very sorry to observe that none of the Heyfileld or Glenmaggie ratepayers were present   amongst them; but this could not be helped, and they would now proceed w...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 August 1883

Coaches; &c: oBB and CO.'s -COAO ES?Ileiwo CRITERION IHOTEL. : SsLE to BAIRNSDALE, 1:456 i.. daily (Sunday ocoepted), arriving at lBirnsdale at 7.30 p.m.: Fairo;.10s. . All information, &c., at Cobb and,Co.'s '0ice, Criterion Hotel, sle... . TOBETSON, WAGNE9 E b Sale to Maffra and Newr, ROYAL MA`IL.;.-. '< SCOACH will RUN DAILY.betweon Ji h above places, leaving'Newji dally at, 945 n.m., MBtfmn 11;15 a m.i; arrvlng Tat Sole at 12.45 p.m, and return tlie samo dao, leaving Sale on, arrival of train for 3ldfrm and Newry. passengers and parcels booked at the following places : Sale, Criterion Hot l;.Maffr,:J Xnox', lMetrolpolitan IH?tel;'. and, at ]Rawlin'a Newry Hotel. J FISHER. IIEYFIELD 'TO. 3MAFFRA., :,: THE Convojyince betwean the a bvo I places will-- be DISCONTINUED until further notice., r'Anylparcels Ithat can be forwarded on horsback will.be duly delivered. All arcels'mhsbt bo piid, and any for Seaton or Glonmaggle wllbe orwrnled by H Maxfield? ',=.....

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 August 1883

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS (3vy ErLeiuoc TtoiGAHpIb .I ;.'Wednesda:y Evoning. Messrs. A..M1'Leon and Co. report Fat Cattle: - 1,100 head forward. Owing to the bshort supply priccas n vanced from 20s'to 30s. Best bullocks. from £12. to £1i3; other sorts from £G- to: £10.lO Best cows. from £8 to £10; others fromi£3 to £8, according to quality. Mr. E: A. 'Patorson reports ---Fat Cattle.-l1,100 head forward to.-day. Opening sales brisk at 30s above last: cwok's rates'but sihckened towards r tlhe end. Fat. Oalves:-113 penned ; sales brisk at an advance on lest. eek': e I sold 27 from : Sale. Fat Sheep; 13,000 forward; a.inrket dropp;a about 'is to Is Gd per head.- I esold 200 for Mr .Iall, OCranbou.ne,, to 12s 4d. Fat Lambs.-780 to hand ; prices shout same s last aaweek 'I sold 20 fromOCranbourne. Messrs. Peck, Hudsonu and Raynor report i--Fat Cattli sip 20s to 30s, rise eing hliglhest foi beet sorts..o We sold 11 Cows for Mr WSir n. Whitta~ers, and I for Mr John Rogers to £13 10s, averagin...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 August 1883

MELBOURNE (eO' OU1 BOWNI COIIRRSPONDENT.) During, the past week very little business of importance has boon trans acted inl the Assembly, 'the Railways Management Bill occupying nearly the wliolo time of meinbdrs. There is certainly ampleroom for reformi in this department of the State, and an entire reinovation in the working of the Vic torian railways would, without doubt, be fraught with much good to the com munity in general. The debate on the budget, howover, had a share of the attention of honorable members, whoseo job-like patience and drowsy deliberate neoss inwading through the items placed on the estimnnatosI always view with feelings of royevrenco 'and profound respecat A little amuseomnt . was croeated whoen the, vote for hospitals for the insane camn under considerstion, one honorable gentleiman suggeosting that the amnouint frittered away in medical comfort (which lhe know meant '" whiskey," "brandy," &o.) might be materially . rcduced. Mr .0. Young cainme, dow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 August 1883

Auctions. FAT AND STORE CATTLE. 3IAFFRA, FRIDAY, 3Rn AOGUST..' A M'LEAN and CO. will Sell at their . yardls 15 Prime Fat Bullocks and, CoWs.. 15 Prime Not Cows, front Rose?eath, of the celebrated BV brand 20 Superior Steers and Bullocks, quiet 30 Good Ceows and Heifers. TO MESSRS. A. M'LEAN AND CO., 3MAFFRA. G ENTLEMfEN;-We .the undersigned owners of ENTIRE HORSES, beg to request you to hold a parnde and sale of Stallions early in September next Jas. Clyne ..__.... . ? D. D.ianson \V. A. Wrigglesworth Thomas Ciirr Thomas Pollock -- Philip Boland Jas Boland. Nh'O.T I C E'. ' Show of Stallions.. , S i. 'LEAN A.n CO.-beg to announce 'that'in conipliance with the above request, they will hold a PARADE of STALLIONS at 3MAFFRA on FRIDAY, 14th September, and, will feel obliged by intending exhibitors.sending: in names andlpedigrees,'-also full particulars- of horses for aile as early as possible. The auctioneers will award 4 prizes to the grooms for best groomed horsesn two • in each'clai ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 August 1883

BOLAND - At 161 Victoria Parade, Fitz- roy, Melbourne, on the 29 ult., after a short but severe illness, from abscess on the liver, Ann Meehan, daughter of James Meehan, County Louth, Ireland, and wife of James Boland, Boisdale, North Gippsland. Deeply regretted by   her sorrowing husband, and a large circle of relations and friends. R.I.P.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 August 1883

COMMERlIAL INI'ELL1GErNCE. . 1IPHLED STOCK REIiORTS l Mossrs'A. M.'Loan and Co., of : Iaffra report :-A small' number' of cattle, for ward for the weok, prices for fat-- and store being about 'thel same as last ;weok. The fat stock . yarded by us was very inferior. 1 We sold fat cows, inferior and ligbht, at A 4; velers, Li 5s to Ll 12s. Store Cattle;-Cows, to L3 5s ;steers, L3 15s ; bullocks, L4 s, L4 7e d, d?id LS';i also, 120 bullooks, privately, at L4 15s. Messrs. English, Little, and Co, report -Fat Cattle.-We' have to report prices 10s better, this week. At Maffra on Friday,. a short supply being forward, bidding very brisk. We sold soveral poens medium cows, L5 12a od to LO, do bulu looks, L6 to L7 Bs, vealers. L1 10s to L2 Os. : Store Qatt'le,-Msrkot shows `signs of:liardening, and anything'foiward. is readily sold at quotations. On Friday at Mattra very few yarded, bullocks L4 to L5 2s Od, cows L2 to L. '13s,: 3yrs steers L2 to L3 18s, 2yr heifers Ll 10s to L2 Ss, 3 yrs hei...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 2, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 August 1883

THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 2, 1883 Owvig to the length of the report of the 1Maffra Shire Council, we are compelled to hold over correspondonco from Hey field, Upper Maffra, and llriagolong. The elections for Shire Councillors for thl. Central and Western Ridings, re. aulted in a walkover for Dr. Eccles and M;essrs. Iorst,,ian and Schroeder for the former, and Mfosars. G. Davis, G. A. Carponter, and J. Macfarlano (or the latter. The nomination paper of Mr. Williams, Tinamba (a member of the old Council), somehow got lost, and this goentleman, who had been assured of very general and strong support, was thus unfortunatoly deprived of the opportunity of contesting a seat for the Eastern Riding. So that there are now two councillors elected for that riding who have the opportunity of earning the ap proval of their fellow ratepayers by the careful porformanco of their public duties. Althouglh those gontlomon, as well as MIr. Schrooder, have just entered upon public life,_we have no doubt th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 August 1883

Trade Notices. PIANOSI 25 per cent. Below the Usual Price, at S. KAHAN & CO.'S, F OSTER-STREET, .SALE, And on Easy TIME- PAYMENTS. An employs of ours will attend in MIatir every FnnnA-.to take repairs and generl busminess, next Mr. Wright's Butcher's Shop, Johnson-strect. WATCHES,. CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, ETCO, S DRAKEFORD, FosTEr -. sHEW, .a SA '(next the Corner), has an and a well-selected Stock of ENGLISH LEVERS, AMERICAN WALTHAM, GOLD A~nD SILR, LADIES'. GOLD JE\ELLERY, SILVER JEWELLERY Of every description Cheap I CHRISTMAS PRESENTSi WEDDING PRESENTS, Ac., to. CLOCKS of all kinds. HLANDSOME GILT MARBLE WOOD, CARRIAGE &c, , &c. ,LATEST NOVELTIES Aur GooDn NEW AND GUA.'TEED D Srorm'o TeorPmEs of every description. 3ME&us, LocEErs, CIUrss, Er? ; Er?., Made and Engraved on the premises at the shortest notice. S DRAKEFORID begs to inform the . residents of Maffra and its vicinity that he will visit the Metropolitan Hotel every Friday for the purpose of rec...

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THE SUNDAY QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 August 1883

THE SUNDAY QUESTION. .1 The following conti'ibution to the discussion of this question; from the pen of Rev. H. Plumptro, a clergyman of the Church of England, a'well-known .scholar aiid author, appeared in the Contemporary Review.:-- . The opening of museums, galleries, publio 'libraries. on Sundays is, for Englhnd at least, still future, and it is the' right and duty of every man who acknowledgkes the importance of the change to'weigh well its probable con sequences, 'nd not to shrink from de claring his. convictioi.. Not .without some reluctance, not without some pain at dilffering- from so many of the fore .most men of our time, I am constrainied .to'ay; thit so fair as my voice can have sweight withli any one, it must be given against the change. I admit the plausi ble case that nay.be made on the score of' lthe humanising effect of art and science, of the possibility of higher than 'huimanising' efrects from' the higher forms of each. I'admlit'also that, asin the case of: Sund...

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MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 1ST AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 August 1883

1VIAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. WannxocsAY,: 1sT AuaUST. Present.-Crs. Landy (president), Linton, Eccles, Horstmau, Williams, and Davi-s. The minutes of the previous mreting and ontward correspondence werolreadl and confirmed, the inward correspond ence was also road amid dealt with ds follows:; : 'From Clieif Secretary's office, as to erection of police.buildings at Mafi'n, stating these were inclideddii estimates for police buildings required for the current year.-llecoived. From Royal: Humane Society, en closing tickets for presentation meetiing of society.-Receivedl From Shireo of'; Malnsflld, stating there are no0 difficulties to stockc travelling within the boundaries of the shire, and any dilficulties that any be nust be iit the Howqua Shire.-Re coived. From Lands alid Survey Depart mnet, informing tihe council' that reservation of Sac..3ro..21per. of land in the parish of Wa-de-lock had been duly notified in -the Government " Gazetto."-Receivcd From Frank Baylis, one of the trustees...

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MEWBURN PARK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 August 1883

S:MEWBURN, PARK, SALE.; There was a, iecy nunieroils i attend dancn t >a'; wburn iPar on Friday, last, on thel occasion of 'this::splenddid estate 'eing;elshg publio"auctionfor. the period of five;years-, from the !9thI inst.f: The 'stateocomprises 54033Xacres ,of, .giandd,grazimgI anrid.;,,riu o! ral. land,, and ' many intending, offer:c r came from considerable distanceiPto attend the sale, andjudge of thequality. and suitability ,of the property. Thlie exceptionally :, long :- continued d. ?ry weatlier experieni'ncd 'i North, Gippas land this year hlad' an injurious effectd on the appearance of' the land which in ordinary: seasons wouldd have d:been covered with luxuriant pasture at this, time of the :ysarrn Strangers would, therefore be placed ata disadvantage,: being iunware of thireally griandi grass producing"qualities: of tli soil.. There is no doubt that ?had, there been a good'1 rainfall some weboks ago,:the paddocks wod-w haiv presenited a very, differeint appearance, ...

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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 — 6 August 1883

SCORRESPONDENCE. [Yo do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Correspondonts.] THE' SUNDAY QUESTION. TO THE IDITOC op iP'TiiIAI'IA1 sctIOATOc Sii?,- I have to thank youi' corirr' poudent '."A" for draw.ing attention to my ,nddress on .tihoopening of ouri Public Library questioti :iind' certainly have to neknowledge liis ery courteous criticisni ithereon 'itlh your perolis sion 'I -wil give a few words in reply. ii'A takes exception to niy tateutent put as follows:-" If ignorance is thli causn of poverty and oriofi aid sufoir ing (and can it be denibd I) tlio eeanis thlit tend to its romoval wo oidd be a bliiseing' to ,humanity,;" hoe replies, such is "notl the easei" 'I: hardly thought that in thesn days thlere was anyoig hold 'enou glihto isser i that a relapuse to ignorance .would .ibring` us into a healthier moral condlition. Go aicki'.s. sieaircl thei rordsf fhistory 150 yearago, and;.what do we flifd I :Why'that cHinie roelty add ,wicked-' ness albounded everyi...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MAFFRA SPECTATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 August 1883

To oRa DOToR o. TUIE iULKAFni 5 rOTrTOn. Sm,-Iu:.your :Monday,'s isiuo jyou pub!lis?? report of the conclusion of thlidebato,upon.thie Sunday, Question, held hlire, in which I am reported to have saidtiiat I :attribhted; the great ness of. rance .tothe lhabit of eating frogs. I certainly never uttorod any such sensoless 'remark. Your correi. pondent must.lave frogs on the braie, or on the stoimach. Neither did I at tribuit the crimes of the Frrnch Rovo. lution to, the Sabbath: dosooration. During this discuosion, Clhristinity and the Christian. Church, ;havo heen attacked, and much of what Carlyloe calls ," septical goose cackle," has blen indulged in. The clorgy have come in for sevore reprobation, on account of tho intolorent spirit they are said to display upon the question: I merely instanced tho Reign of Trl'or as a sample of Infidel: tolerance. IRobes 'pierreo, Marat, and the other demons wsho led. the Anssculotten in their "i'i, lightenid" marchli towards til goal .of Liberty...

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A STARTLING DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 August 1883

A STARTLING DISOOVERY. Some residents in New street Glou cester near the outsiirtsof the city, hay. ing complained .of an offensive.smell coming from a garden, .theo'police inves tigated'.the . matter, and, on digging 'a little below the surface, found. thebodies of se-ein or eight infants idn a decom posed state. The garden is attached to a house occupied '-by a family named Rees. Mrs Rees is a monthly nurse. Rees and his wife were brought before the Gloucester magistrates. The police superintendent stated that he received. private' information that ' the female prisoner had told'a neighbor that. the dead body of an infant:ofa -woman; she attended as nurse had been put. away by the doctor's orders, btit on applying to the doctor, he denied all' knowledge of the matter. Search' was 'made for Mrs. Rees, but she eluded the police for some days., Being charged with unlaw fully disposing of the corpse, she took the constables to the garden, and em bedded in quicklime.and charcoal, they ...

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BRIAGOLONG. August 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 August 1883

(ýnomOuci OWN eosESroN~iiNT.) August 4.: Last Tli6urday M1rPenghasedeliv rcd oeapital lecture on tlie Land Quisio;sI His delivery is eansy, clear. anid oner goti I: his subject.was full. of. warmtlih and penetration; many, of iis assortions prove tlihat heisl an acute o"bserver: of the politicbal gaimei and; tliougli, thi meeting" did not seem: to agree with liis conclusioris, or, the remcdy ho]i offers for our land: evils, tli ineeting iid: the spesakerswvore as oine ii aiisi aiic:'sym. pathy;. all desiiredi tha aliolition of large estattes' land, monopoly, laund jobbing, 'usury;, eto; _ Judging the leasing'systom by Mr b Miran?m : asits apostle, ith leeture coiicliuded that wioiild `merely lead to ai mre speiedy alienation of the public domails, or remnants of it, not by'the needy,, but. 1sy those already teo woll.provided;: He failed, to, see in ,r- Mirams, any sympathy for us, or a proper lknow ledge of our wants ; speeches: of 'five.r liours"duratiori:weiro ino proof: f com pet...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 August 1883

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Toombon has beell gazetted as, a polling placo for the Donnelly's Creek division of theo Gippsland Mining district. The resignation of Henry Donahlson of his, oflc.of Mining Registrar for the Aierfeldy sub-division of tho GippRland Mining distriot has been accepted. Under section. 19 of "TThe Land Act 1809," as amnrmded by 'The Land Act 1878," the following application for a; liconso is appr.oveed:-Anthony C'rog an 0 noresu, MRafia..

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