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PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 August 1883

L~kgri~iotbal..'S~Ldoiott~ vlttwht ~thild. onl tp~~re4XsR!~uii~oln ..Acia;ltoi~gl' ~rc!a at5d ~lftcl 1'0PlO :r';ij;~~~ssr~ ;o~Tilh~b p ioo.yarJ ThtBqii64d~.gdne~ally unldoritheseiod~~i~loiu~irtootrstac'd tlio supsi or·,4~ thasnof ~forinesiyears,~ thop, 1Vrfer dbb -iJ"I c. lfd'i914roips;hbgloo I~arro~vr plctoghaos~ mlakootrgivery o~ livoii this bP~,,iOesif i tao -yosraaoln fsOC cesson b~b'm ~~.cQc'tto'iizl iwna awfNjhq hs'iso''Ied 1qfI the Sob"toiy:sn·adihhonItio Vp0tho losyi oo grea;ot~.h~i,cizto pd .odopbec1,skg ann dssrv sly itaoisd 'h~~,,lh tfrat-class work of youn~loei cas 4Efw~das g~ehtly~tadiired; b~eiling of such; roilsotsthatnstt'aa ;the .'ahoostironani dotiS'l:~O~ Aborrindta' k bltaopi~~ts~ prl beua placed on l~bs inghco c'naafi wth'n d:iuhi~cdit~ hlo oot himno~m~ lf'C"Youn g .1lrst-oln~;so~-lu~~ 1shss~nd~l,n~e) oxoasll 4t,ooe am crss~rallhrlory abir ~lsaop priz ;ot oi6'di~tan't daliti·"~'lJ Wr~~i~igiL wh hasa1eaty'iwhprdved'-~:raihce lost ouhiiiilplonshijiinf t erwi~~sat :...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 9, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 August 1883

THE Maffra Spectator. By the courtesy of H. Crofton Staveley, Esq., we are enabled to notify that the following accounts are now payablo at the ouicoijt ,and Pay Ollico, Maiara:-WV. J. J. Bio, L. Butlor, M. Feely, J. Gibney, TIhos Kingiscott?, ?.'. M I onie, T. Rpwaoy,,ptipcrinf ra Mechabniacs' Insti. tutolbj ;.aituiorbps,,,A., Dagan, and II. RteinoldiaAM. labccounts unpaid oi30ts .nst. ui.oa retnried to Melbourne On returning fiomthe ploughing mach oanl,'usdhovenitig ,:Mr .J Wright fas- tenod his horse, whicl'was harnessedtoa r . ,nr'lh.ll. :.lt/,1.1-l ,f.v.t, , trny contmilng1 ,in, tplougl, and other articles,,'tod, post at the Camden IHlti, 1Ei?lf.toaTnniinal being startled by ?as h an ti st, bro?? he snia and :boltod;,.galloping along Johnaon, stroe norosi 'Gibneys 'lBridgo andanlon1 he i n!a. J. Horresdale, nho wnttn psolthlln.smiauIap, at once' gallopal tfto ijoirunlwnay 'iucceodiang' in over. - "I ? ",ind I ip(i, toe aninial at the asjfs culyert6past .thel bridge. Fartu. ltgl...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, August 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 August 1883

* thi'Loaok, Augibt*f 10'.r Thlt"-i. iig p W'E Gladstone, in the Hou*'of (Commons last night, ofor i tiiB'pfjea'l ti ade by !týIl s.. ..iai co.lones .,.to auulHe , w, Guinie 'aid'lNiuki Hebrkioes: :: Heosatii • thiefli~e opiiitoi,? iethb ulbject: hid. ,rdeiggio no chLnge, ii itef p ' o e repslrsetata~ion made.on . Llal' iof .thos colonies, ad. thlt .'he stroin'ly ?c'o~i ? e!p1,t he proposl.. ,:: .'.In' th?: course of-' a dobate in the ,Carles ,Dillt stotced:that the ,B rtith, troop?,would' ."olti, ily?"b" *ithdriiiwn ,iom . gypl i?, ;. ocn, er.1. "..;, r,, The " I ·ciibch ' f ,ertnnienit lire t"'d zi fro nReu?nionih." , 0 : r:??. i ,acif. Ip4 c sereiorc cp of1".l ci.,Brq piesoel, iotiio Amniral";itriarshyi thie nFreaclh qovernmerat fr ldis, tro ptane.?a,' o tu} captain au loflfiers itl or i-rtlBhk ar vestnall II4id ; haia t?i: ried ltitotiice '.i;ic, 'ii ijirlybl: tFrepebi' f ecys.et' Taatavo eI ? r'".: a'. .'. reat I d itres is roortLed among tir: nativ pope?. l.oiX , i i, i. ,, au...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAFFRA COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 August 1883

A mooting'. of?the,, stewards,,: was hehlintiKidf 'hitelon Satunileyevarnijg. Proint- ihisorsa: Knir,' MaTofarldiel On the motiono£f Mr Beck, secon6eld fby -Ir iacfarlne ,DIr.7 Ecnle5l WiLs nMr Knox moved, seconded .bya fr cfad'rlane it?]'cI"' .r.Eclen- bb'p pointed flagetewardat the apprgaohng blestipg'-'.,:O triocd',iintimbuely-, r. " Mloved bh "ir atKnlant, seooni1itl by Mrl endit~lsh', add 'onrried- That Mr 3Beck ?ie appointed 'ihp cptoeward,. Ii3(:o eck moved That h1?oaslo rTlieo.i and W fLittl; junr:, beasked to'under-e tako the cýtps ,of at'perfiitending. thile beaters on tieo grounde Seconded by! mouly." " M1r Knox -moved-That Mr Mac t ?rlri . otiok iith aerfnI a1.1"tors rilpdingatoi'thiepropee -liaidng ,ofho carried. the udge and other officers of th After the usu! T 3'ole of thanks t' thn, thre aur ~ .

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 August 1883

il UAIWT? C? 1 ` , 5., , ',;,.. According to advertisoement, a meot ing of the public was held aitRawling' Newry Hotel, on; tliehei bct 'of' silnvwa extension throulli Appgr s a 'ral to Briagolon', etc.: :Thlro ;wns an infl entiald a?e?ldsigof 0otbabl our largest landholder iiaf l' ei. "'3r Robert' Slhlqulinr as .votdy tp the chair. lo Clfairnian!appealod to the mneV ing that fair;play.an(d no. flsoprshuld be givei? to~iach individual;'?ailvouloll presontly 'read t?the ..pbtition to th'o; neofint,, so, thar evgfy pirooi? oulil, hares a f'thr oinc6'd of noi s iS on con, I.lr .D. Manoq.-canm.forward .ndj aslnked iho5lso ro the promaiteritbf lfo' movement,;, he was perfectly alnazddt whlen i't ingf thp p. po?to. see1 1ie advtrti~s dieniJ..calliii.l.for. a pii mseqlhg hl?_is'ev;tlng ;i h)yqs?kIdi tles,,, fore, liIe to tknosiw'' .. . . Brisoloi lwo hd come lly for11 nard; ~an ers,'"ir "' apresent' pressiý that tlseiriedws in; faror of the liine , railwvay byýHeyfieltldhould' tnith ro~lgh...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 August 1883

-4--.. (FRno, UR OWN 0RORESPONDENT.) ' RottI f : aturday. expected?inditin this :it`t ot Irish-informers," and-had they-boeu doubtCdi t(Laxi li r w I .sobuo publi4 vice's remark w en tde mattr was clky~lyrtha, Alit oe irnst rwou marily expellin':firdoio our conmmunit', •ti te oGols, trnitdors; dnla'i fs' o t of-ur mother-country;---It-i stated-that thoy orders of thl-' Honie authorities to dne?"rd lslih?ii foaty ?t/thuif ýii V tritir lies in the runolo hlr. bol ing more than n' connivance on he? part of the British, to proteytthte r"fnega4 es) ~au be hinte' at, for an oficial denial of the ropo;t rhajbl •edn"iiniade, by 'U Mr " ladaii stn?ein, theiHouse of Commons,-" PlrE hfro m ers were conveyed on board the Nelddna in 6Syrey ,l?isa y>_o estnres9;;,,sh.oe theliwill,; probablyJie rtill seuo e other refgd' fb~ th?i'? l'fi been o?posed by their oxpo;trs . '::Onieroislbl ' exi?iei"? ".pr'e'ailodd yeaterisy evBemng over l,, ,?,,: ir? g. match at the Exhibition builking. Theo young cb...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 August 1883

SISOELLANEOUtL It'is easier to suppress the fir'tdesire than to satisfy all that follow it; Men, like books, at the beginning and end, have blank leaves-infiacy and gray-haired old age, The mind.has more room in it than Sone would imagine, if you would furJ nish the apartments. Nothing can constitute good-breeding that hasnot good-nature for ita.founda tion. ' Character is a mosaio which takes a - lifetime for its completion; 'and trifles, -thie little things of life, are the instru Smente most used in preparing each precious stone for ita place. There is a sacredness in tear. They are not the mark of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently :than ten thousand tongues. They are the messengers of overwelming grief, of deep contrition, and of unspeakable love. To bebeautiful we must cherish every kind impulse and generous disposition, 'nmaking love the ruling affectiou of the _' heartthe ordering principle and in spiring' motive of life; the - more kind n?es, the more beauty...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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BRIAGOLONG August 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 August 1883

because lreA b;r&l i : n~i lrerd e:as 'eitai l j:il t b tfit 'ioit.eAs | sdeiripted .b'~MriLasib 0'I Ooieider;lgthlat.n then .d*Mr extreeely, well''.&utlbo,'dt it'ns etaing l lt at-d. iy tior. lin pt it(oprtsecedolge tiric nglitho d;ihf th cincei espeiallyof the lofhter, .isi'I . mniore coilieisll'tand empreheseidd vie iOif the euitj?cttan wona, oni, redj 4' 2.r shBkr6ut edinw 'ott i'.!Ano. ri Panq, ulhu ald"trinlgl'(1 w ith . rare firt'.mhiei,,'itiuuawbdclae:e thedsu'p •ttileeihtands pliae ohysical e feion 'righlts. h' shbfred' iinl whl; )latist bei" heldt'h,aB, former age: s aiiltdlia nce es peial l iyrongqi of. th l ios t re .s-Dciphe ni '.h t , Io hAve needone: into. fr tleb. d1iliIic? I h4a pe~lmhumeIrouis w tlitmo eit i its . finll ih. t :in h u 1 ac.. e uiri, t aivomae olr.'wihure, f dtied'wit; ei? fl till8 it!lo , tldras. thi, t for hi for imp?le. godh ,qompio . Y?nj iramn's tieon ' eesepilfl fro'm,klenownB, -mndelpeidoat d.tfy,,ehaa.bie .notiu~o.w pt aly 'oI...

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EXTRACTS FROM "THE TIMES." LONDON, 3rd OCTOBER, 1798. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 August 1883

EXTRAOTS FROM "THE TIMES." LotDos, 3rd Oororna, 1708. Among the wonders of the present day Mrs. Siddon's late achievements at Brighton. Bath, and London shduld not be forgotten. She positively performed at each of these places within the in credibly short space of 96 hotrs I I The late Turkish ambassador, in a conversation on the subject of Religion defined the differenoe between the two promised Elysiumo to he-the Christ ian's joys in Abraham's bosom, and the Mahomedans in his wife's and daugh ter's. An application is intended to be made to the Parliament for leave to msake and maintain by toll, a tunnel under the River Thames, from the parish of Gravesend to the parish of Tilbury. • .The trial of 'Mathew Tone was re sumed on Thursday ; he read his defence and was found guilty, A person last night in the gallery of Drury Lane house calling freqtiently in a hoistrous 'manner for the tune of "Britons Strike Home," was imme diately silenced by the appropriate observation of another at...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 August 1883

Coaches, &c. OBB and CO.'s COACHES leave CRITERION HOTELe d~y (Sunday excepted)' arriving at Smslo at 7.30 p.m. Fare, 10s. All information, &c., at Cobb and Co.', 0?ec, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. Sale to Maffra'and Newry ROYAL MAIL; COACH will RUN DAILY between A above places, leaving Newry daily at 9I.4am., 3Maffr 11.15 a.l., arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.n, and return the ?amea day, leaving Sale on arrival of train for, 3fadI and Nowry. passengers and parcels booked at.the following places :- 7 ' Sale, Criterion Hotel; Maffra, J KnoE's Metropolitan Hotel; and at' Rawlin's Newry Hotel. F ' ' E J. FISHER HEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. THE Conveyance between the above places will be DISCONTINUEIT until further notice. Any parcels that ran be forwarded on horsback will be duly delivered. All parcels.must.be prepaid, and any for Seaton or Glenmaggie will be 'orwarded by H Macfield. JAMES KING,,. Mailman. ROYAL MAIL COACHES. TOONGABBIE TO SEATON. A COACH l...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 August 1883

Trade Noticts. WATCHE S, CLOCKS;,' : JEWELLERY, ,,.ETCO, S DIRAKEFORD, PFosa a lloxr, . SALE (next the Corner), has on hand a well-selected Stock of ENGLISH LEVERS, "AMERITOAN, WALTHAM, GOLD AT , SILVER, LADIES' GOLD JEWELLERY, SILVER JEWELLERY Of every description Cheap I CHRISTMAxs PRESENTS WEDDING PRESENTS, &d., &c. OLOCKS of all kinds. HANDSOME, GILT MARBLE WOOD, CARRIAGE, &i., &o, LATEST NOVELTIES ! A u Goons Nw A GAou rzD. ! SPaorsno Taorasu of every deocription. MmnAs, Locasra, PnuEs, Ero., Evaro,, Made and Engraved on the premise ' at the shortest notice, S DRAKEFORD begs to inform the residents of MatBh and its vicinity that he will vriit the Metropolitan Hotel every Friday for the purpose of receivng any orders or repairs he may be favored with, S. DRAKEFORD males WATCH REPAIRING a speciality, and guarantees all work that' he may.be favored with to be done in a thorough workmanlike manne?by skilful workmen, JEWELLERY of every description tho...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 August 1883

I GI'AULIVIE'" iXOYlNC]ri' ..ri..olaouse 3;:?'lattiisgto the sigrituro {oEfpetitions,,lar:)nnonwHc~li i,: i c·:!- ! it ' ti)?f.r. ;"Artdersbis :oxplainidd, that:i tlie lirst subsoctioiidof theo clauseaprosidetdd that every petition for-thos constitution • .pfaa.ship muot" i agnic4 by 50 ,inh!abi 'tants at Ia.t,- paeph, e ofh ; yliomn,po?s ra'tocable propertry;, thereini £,Thc objict of, this, WOý'tiaio vas to sotard _theo,,; tbo' preialent tiidency ; to iestaliah smallh slires l. lihke?' maluer succton `2 drdiide£'thliht Evyoijyetitiii f6br the. l-biistittitipPb P 1Morotitgle Whitfheo 7lgned-y 2??O itnhaiitntaitibsiio?u ldbla iaatead 9150 asci'ifoiielrly.K" liehicr'ei 'tlat tiv lstibn 5' be litrii k"oii:t"'It. provided.that "Every potition foii'fthe( annexatietr'to"onarnunieipal district of a porti?-viredrfromn-anothpr'shall be ed a o i j y or fl'' e' : ersons on th unicipal ollnu rspect of progerity, hi 'elaseit lhusP' a'hteiinde? ll"£ as agred .to . i..' ; : "..): ,i;f .:,t. ur, C...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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UPPER MAFFRA. August 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 August 1883

:UPPER. MAPYfl.A:7~, '., ,U~e . r ý _ _ ""ii IS aIIL (wooM OAR' OWO oonauurorelFraer )j During'the"paut weok we" hasobhad a, lit1 ciiinltufý iPuril~rt~tr, o(; wloiclp; Uto~ adi~u1 oqýierte1n 19 c vafiouu papers3 'illl lt44e iCa IorA y(ru., IFor tliooo]apt eigltei ic l ptha ertsallas. bee a4 ;iiouldu'ri '0of disoontenbi igo the mounl4 dn -board relativoi' t tliou doniatlon inc honlmay pqrltoa wiahiugto now., wimo, took' upon', themsatveua mieh onus, of "clihiungitig tlime i;'h of': 'nmure after tho gro, bat "l u a Ibeub +l :adr woo. ""' ujitI~ldappeasud .ajic1 o t) 'fomtr4 1htha;th u'ln 115f rnm8Iiwa . h ,ln papn thuy .Jtitcailator" nlJ~tr{c4fl4~lui 'fall ' 'butit~lal1'r' it m Nuwradkucldm,mj It~ 'that 1ommmtm pam tsa ilmVs 45'0 re 7hot thmmy alm gpt ammdutlýýmubeth ';mmarkmtu. tb ivliq~aoef.I .Jlk1y,?roii untOtl~1 'tlmu ri'ulmumtmbpa" Pa14}" I1 l gtlLal p " s" * 1ttc al p"/iil lrbCI:1nall s at,or f o )wt!ia 3 ie 4.upjcquettry popOula tion;-'being~-catterpd- hi o-anrid-thiere hlavo i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 August 1883

Auctions. TO MESSRS. A. M'LEANM , MLAFFRA. G ENTLEMEN,-We the oidrigln owners of ENTIRE 110ISES, to request you to hold n paraded e Stallions early in September. nozt Jos. Clyne D. OtMimson W.; A. Wrigglcs.qrthlsIt Thomas Pollock Jao. Boland, NOTICE. Show of Stallions. SrPLEAN AND CO. bog-to announce that in comiliance with the abo reqoouest. they will ?qsd h ýAR1DEJ STALLIONS at MA'FFRA"nR"0 FRIDAYL 1.4tliSoptei'ibepit'Hnd\iwll f olbliged by intending' .xhibitors\s ndiiFgi in naln s and pedigrees, n]sou full particulara?of horsoes for sale as early ni p~osaible. Tho auctioneers will award' 4:lirizes to" the grooms for best groomed l orses, ?rq' in each class, draught and bluoo&; idst prz STh1e parade will commence at 10 o clo'k lshar. ..L_ - :, prepared to hold WEEKLY SALESlof. Cattle, . Shoeep, etc. at. the Flemington. Yards, and to undcrtf'ho th(4 pIjof.ll hinds of Pr6isjia4 :Fanrmn l'r6rifficooct , privately. or by. puclic anucion. We are also in a po?ti., to'nleg6at? . ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 August 1883

GOV¶E1,N1WNT GA!ZETTE,+`' lIiP'1rllbuivig oldniingleanoh ''ar'e .declaroL'vid :,-ippslapii:l p trigtif. StridgtmIcN' Ord& Divisibnt.LnoNOP 451, dated; ji 4Ta qli, l01 7,.0li Fear P1 (].r Themg Coniany,, immod 30 acres, Wallla.ll , No. '591 Dated 11th Sqptemrkr- '188, T Frost and e' ·· t 'r. `r he'The'following. contraots .fonithp"on .1 oreyiz" of =i5lTlid' 'tnaiid haiive' fapclp~ptpa feo '1883+ r~ Tq ~ fmh a r Salo- iin· ·Uppeir Meaffy:a". via-i·affe nix days a a k,'£9ý e "ýtmh £;' ffEj!' anTrn Togngal iftl'ritDl~atni byl way ·of.Cowvwar, Htyfiolle ond,, 1,1Gul mnlgo 'three daysd'?a Weok .8,eH 'ra.xi d jun. Eo nn'f from i y: ,Eoyfnaldl,`b dey r~arP$Pfrithe >da ys:aiweek,,£ 0'r'Jp Alioyzna4 Tod frdmtiM~hlaflerA ~anaWymu ThiýMnilh So14-loeKm$ng .Toand['frommi MNaftia nndS~iag~og" ipWa do lock ,Stat~ Tlio follnwing applications for lmec dzirid8ii'tlet-fcind i,'Act'vlr·1S6992lma'vd`mon appro'vGi Ei-_ p.iggall,, d 1i p4i& W V.:,Ai tllurjnGlennmaggioi 3194 t;nTllom. '1t...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, AUG. 13, 1833 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 August 1883

riot '.;Pt to o' T IIL' 'livOA"AYfMORNIN,: AUG. 13, 1833 Note gha te st'act played, and the, curtain dropped over the perr formances and existence of our i., Shiro Council, a resrnit of the, we:r: don 'nti drthou?'?i'inei in whih t !?, hai been:perfoI?ed by the repo.r"',. tiveno of tl ritepay ro in thi, .th?orl Shiro ,CooiitiL ;duri-i tim last t~'lIo inoiiths, "? ''nly a~ iatural result con.e. qict on ,lt?io ?ltered condition, and nutiiber ;of meiin ero of rcouncll. ?e find thty In, Asg t, 1882, the liatil. ties' of?the l 'shire amounted to about £9dý;thl Mitfflati'Oii'0ihiios itohad l,1 7 Heyfieldi'rConmon £G(i s, and ti -,latffra:-Town- Common i -iSl 5s 9d to the credit of t'leirer Apccti accoums, *fihils' 'hI'ioriildtwaos iri debt to the o'ten'of £r dodd !Joo til, per+n1 month of :.August;. 1883, the sh t in` 'ir'debted"!to the' lank in the suni!of 77,a i3 lr but, against thil i dgliqtedtesso e': t'l? havo to place the Governme it ;,pubsidy,, payable next idonthl do . 'i` 'mothir...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 16 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 August 1883

THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 16 1883 WE have on several previoms ocadsios advocated in tUahese columns the advisa. Ubilty, or rather we. should write, the absolute nieceossity of having a Powt office Savings Bank eatsablished in Itaira. i. Wo; are sorry that actit steps have not been taken by some of our.most prominent.and infuential townsmen to hlave ouch a desirable ino stitutiotnietrodiuced ainongst us. There can be no diersity of opinion as to the great anioint of good that would un doubtedly and naturally follow, as the mere knowledge of the fact that a secure and advantageous institution where money could be deposited in small suins, existed in the district, nod convoenient of access to every resident, would of itself tend to lix peoples minds upon the subject. And when. ever our minds get hold of a matter of interest, they are certain to think of and consider it, carefully,. and will. recur again and again to the work of estiiiating the advantages to be derived from following a, ce...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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GIPPSLAND GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 August 1883

GIPPSLAND: GUNU CLUB:. The following are.the handicaps for tle forthcoming shooting match' which, will beiheld at Malfra onithe 22nd inet: The conditiohs wilbe, pointstho first: barrel to score three: and the second two..- r: a Yds. SReyolds:..: . .. 30 Major .Wileoni:A'' 30 . A. a rpupter.':. 29 F. Fenton. . ,. . . 29 E. A. 'Johnson B o;... ... ...28 ,W. Bryn 26 G-'Ilylise2 ,P..Hreck, .2 H. Sundr 6 'i Sulk ` :26'~: . .. 2 J. McLean . 20 F. Webb: ..25 W.. Wright . .. .24 J; A. Du Mloulin, jun., ... 24 J.. Swan.!·':1i~ 24 W:. P Phillips 4 N McLean X.4. . 24 T. 0. M1'Intosh 4... .. 24 A. Cluca' .,.. .; '23 J. Culeoste ., 23 S Drakoford ..23 H. Luaford... ... 23 N.Lett 3.. ... .... 3 A. F. Linton ..... ... ... 28 J ichelson . 23 30 Nicholson.,. ... .. ... 23 A J: Palmer .. 23 A 'Carpenter . ...... 23 G. Lyonin ... .. .... 23 Fear of ,punishlinieit and hope of riward move cowards and= sycophants.' Virtiue is independent of either. sEveryoins in this wirldhas his or her. share oof troubl...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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BRIAGOLONG. August 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 August 1883

OBRIAGOLONG. S(rorO A'COXRzSPONDENTi.) Aigust;14. Notwithstanding thle prevaling dry weather, crops. are looking extremely well,, hut the gras padduks are except tionally bare. Oats, awhic are the principal cereal csiltivated are very tirong, and promise well. Tis chalsefactoryihas not commenced: work for the ?season and it is hard to say when ihe supplyof slmilk will be. adequate to the"amount required for nmanufacturing cheese,, but wive hope a change. in,the .athelr for the better may not be far off.l' Messre. Landy Bluntly, Forbes,Gray, Scott, and Macdonald; who are the principal hoa-growershere; are now em ploying men who are busily. engagedin pruning- the sets, and:,preparing' the' grounds for nix year'scrop, There is more than twice the extent of ground' under hiops thanthere waslast yjear; the high, prices: theon attained, and, still. ruling, having given great encourage mient to groweris in all parts uf ipps land, and an impetus to this industry, whichwe hops: may be remiun...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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EXTRACTS FROM "THE TIMES." LONDON, 3rd OCTOBER, 1798. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 August 1883

EXTRACTS FIbCO'I' " TE TIMES.". SisoNDox, 3rd 'OroEo , 1798. A. meeting of a'i hostile character, took place on Putney Common on Tuesday niorning last between Captain 3-1 nd Colonel A--on account of a supposed inijury in Ireland* The intirest of the Orangemen, whose influence ,with the Government in that country hIas for these three years boeen very conisidlerable, is now on the ldeulrie Distinctions founded on Religious principles and on a system of politics, too circumiscribed in its vioews to priomote the general good, may have been useful in procuring some local and temporary udvantages; but they are directly opposite to the complete res toratioii of tranquility, uand cannot' produce anly solidl anid permanent ad vanttages. SPrivate letters from Ireland ,mention that.the party which'has long had pro valenco is tihe affirs of that kingdom ihas of.l: te Jost much of its'crclit. The steady sisdlom of the Lord Lieutenant .has anlready succeeded in stripping that party of a considera...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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