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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 August 1883

MAIL NOTICES. Mails closo at the Iaffra Pont-oflco for the following ploces as undor: .For 8alo Roosedalo, Traralgon, Wal halla, Toongabbio, Mielbourno, Port Albort, Tarravillo,c., at 11 na.m. daily. For Stratford, Biirnsdalo, BIruthon, Omoo, Grant, Dargo, etc., daily at 12.30 For UIIpr Maira daily at 3 p.m. For . llold, Glonmagglo, Oowwar, and 8eaton, on Tusadays, Thurodays, and Saturdays, at 3 p.m. Bringolong, daily at 2.45 p.m. Thd Ptat-olllcd1iqr opon for tolograms. a8!30a.m. till2 d p.m.aloing botwoon 1 and 2 and 0 and 7.. Postal business .from,0 a.m. till p.in. Maily olooe; for Maffra at the undor montionod placo aa imdor: Salo, at 1.30 p.n. doily. Briagolong, at 10.5 n.m. daily. Nwry,sat0.30 m.m. daily, Stratforld, at 3.16 p.p daily... . Tdoys and t8.3dam mTuesday, Thurs.

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND-STOCK-REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 August 1883

OMIfBROJIAL INTIkLLIGENCE. 0 . .orarpsowa l aotr5s.w.R nTL. Moosrs A. M'Loan and Co., of Maffra, report :-A small number of stock., for ward, fat stook selling very high, stores no alteration in prices. We sold fatcowsa, in ferior to fair at from 4IAtoLG 10s :stoers, LO 5a` to' g 12' Ods Stores,-We sold some smillflots'of cows,'at L 12s Gil, Li, and L 7s Od ; steers and bullocks, LL s, 1 L3 10s, L4 ls, and 4IA 3s; also 150 store bullocks privately, at asatisfactory figure to vendor. . Mesara. English, Little, and Co.'report : -Fat OCattlo.-Market .brisk,. dad Ave have to report a riso!of .fully 10s , on late rates. At Tiaralgon we sold'heavy weight bullocks L7 It to L13, the latter purchased by Mr H. Breed; cows to LO 2s Od. At IMaifra, soveral pens good cows, Li 15s to LG 170 Gd ;inferior bullocks, LO 2s Gd to LG 1.; vealers, Ll 4s to Li 12s. Store Cattle.-Market shows signs of improve ment,' although the weather continues dry a good fall of rain would rise prices.. At Traralgon, o...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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A FEW FACTS FROM SKYE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 August 1883

A FEW. FATS FROM SKYE. (rOnHs THE GLASGOW WEEKLY MAIL.) "God, bless me I" vwas the highly im proper expression into which an elderly mbnlber of one of tIe learned profess irns; was betrayed. on hearing the evi ldiince £ Donald Nicholeon, arged 78, lofore the Crofters' Comimission. 'Birt,. indeed, tlhcro was nothing else to be said-at the miioment. . The Commissioms haRsonly been ii fervdiyl aty work, andl nil it has plenty of occupation liefore it for sotne timnoto come, it is manifestly,. too eirl yet to discuss the general effect' of theebvidenee I But some, notable mat tors ihave.already come to liglit;: ard to theseit may I be as well to call public' attiention now while they aire still freshe anrid prominent. "Foreniost among these 'i0 thir tale told 1by Donald Nicholson, aniid' corroborated by Mr. ILilchlani hanker, Portree, thIe geitleiian who is acting as interpreterto the Commnission. The poore man was willing to nasenrt to the-doubling of his rent fiV. years ago, but the ,...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 August 1883

MELBOURNE ST003 REPORTS' (B]:r ELoritl oo Ts'.AR '.) Wodnesdajy EBvning Messras.. A. M'Lean and Co. ropjoi: Fat Cattle.- 1,370 ealiend forward. A further riasion last week's rates took place.. We sold, Mr Philip Boland's bullocks to £09 17e Od,aiveraging nine guiineas, and cows at £7,,s;.and. Cotter's bulloeks to £7. Mr.. E. A, Paterson reports :-Fat Cattle.-1,370 head forward; for very fair prime prices rose about 20s on last week's. Fat Calves.-54npenned; extreme rates were realised. Fat 8oeep.-11,800were yarded, and sales were brisk at about last week's rates. I sold 51 marino wetlhers for Mr Walker, Mornington., at 'Lambs.- About 1,000, came to hand, and were cleared out quickly at last wreek's rates. Messra. Pock, Hudson fnn dlZynor Ireport:--Fat. 0sttle, -1376a yarded, half of which were Quieenlanders, and the otheri half Victorian,. and. of aonly middling quality.: Prices ruled better 'thai last weekLc hut not so high asswas oxpected, consiiteriglsthei short supply. We solid ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 August 1883

Trade Notices.' RAYMOND'S:" SEWING MACHINES. THE undersigned, SOLE AoGsT for these favorite MAORITNESi, Has just REEIVEssD a SUPPLY, as well as an assortment of Needles;,t Oil, Bobbins, Shuttles, &c. These Machines have now been many years, before the public, and reference is confidently made to every one who has the goodifotune to own iticDeb aS to the stisfaction they have invariably given. Melbourne List Prices free of.carriage POR Oesis Arrangements for Time-payment to responsible buyers. ALEX. M(ORISON, JOHNSON-STREET, PIANOS! PIANOS! PIANOS! NOTHEING .SUO CEEDS LIKE SUCCESS ! LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES 1 TERMS TO SUM PURCHASERS. HE whole suecess of the business of G. CRHAPMAN, RAYMOND -STREET, SALE, Is the fact that every customer is satisfied as to quality and price, and G. C has. principally those who have pr " chased to thank for the sales o f pianos now. Every customerrecommends their friends. G, C. returns his thanks to hlis cus tomers and the public, and trusts, by h...

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

HMELBOURNE:· at it .((PROOURosn OWN CORRESPONDENT. ) Wednesday. In the Legislative Assembly last niight, the chief item.before. the House was the reconsideration, of th6 Railway Managonient bill, which occupied the greater part of the evening. .fher'e is 'muhi need for reforud illtii depaipirt-, mnent of the state and it is a noteworthy. fat ttiat menmbers seem f1uy aliea to the necessity of somet riiarranigoment iii thsausperin endence oftl ouri riailway system, The roposed reform embraces a nsumbser of iiost iesential adind much required changes, aInd the carrying of the Bill at present submitted to .'the iAssembly will b a great boon to. the public generally. Apropos of.railway matters, the board; appointod' to e ssjreintpy s ejcharges brought against Mr J. Peel, the man ger of the railway workshops at, Now-. port, find things becominmg rather com plicated. The charges in the first placo were brought against Mr Peel bya dis charged employb of the department and were of neglect of...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, August 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 August 1883

EURGPEAN TELEGRAIMS'. Lo'novp 'August 13: SThe re ainder of the eayal and mili taryofficers to be appointed to serve. under tlhe Victorian Governmeit' have eeon looted;but their names have not been mentioned as yet.. t In reply to a protest from Si,.iDilr F loi Bell the Agent-Genseral for New Zealand I;ord DerIiy ths Secretary of. State for th!,Colonies, has. intimated that the. British: Government hlas io intention ef Ilading any of the riphl informers in New Zealand. The Right lI Hon.. W. E Gladstone complains that his statementsa with: re gard to the anisexation.ofNew Guinea andi tiheNesHebrides by th Austira lian bcolonies huave been, incorrectly: re ported:: Itis ilow lirobanble tlihat the Imperial Cabineb will reconsider, their decision, and allow thel islands to be aninexedi subject to certain conditions. The official trialof the torpedo bliost which have beeni constriicted1foi .thde New Zealand Government hasi been postponed untill next month o nNews has been received at Con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 August 1883

Auctions. FAT AND STORE CATTLE. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, 17Th AUGUST. A M'LEAN and CO. will Sell at their A. yards 15 Prime Fat Bullocks and Cows;, 10 Prime Fat Speyed Cows. 20 Superior Steers and Bullocks. 15 Good Cows, quiet. TO MESSRS. A. M'LEAN. AND CO., SMAFFRA. "? G 'ENTLEMEN,-. 'Wethe undersigned G owners of ENTIRE HORSES, beg I to requiestyou to hold a parade and sale of Stallions early in September next Jas. Clyne D. Manson W. A. Wrlggleasyurth' Thomas Carr 5' . i A Thomas Pollock"e Phllp Boland Jas. Boland.: NOTICE Show of Stallions.: M'LEAN Aire CO. beg'ti annionce A . that in compliance with.the above reules, they will hold a PARADE of STALLIONS at MAFFRA on FRIDAY, 14th September,'And will feel obligedhby intending exhibitors sending in* names and pedigrees, also full particulars of horses for sale as early as possible. - The auctioneers will award 4 prizes to the grooms for best.groomed horses, two in each class, draught and blood, 1st prise £22m; 2nd, £1 la The parade will'com...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 August 1883

eCoaches &c jOBB deai CO.'s COACHES leave CRITERIONNHOTEL ! a SALE tq DAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p .: daily (Sunday etc6pted), " arriving: at Iairnsdnleat .IQ0 p.mn . Fare, 1.0a.. All information, &c., at Cobb and Co.'s Ollice, Criterion Hotel; Side. ' * R OBEUTSO~jWAGNR OOSCI Sale to Matha and Newryý ROYVAL'M'AIL: A COACII will RUN DAILY betweeon above places, laving owry daily at a.45Anm., atffra 11:15 adieiiýrriving at Sale at 12.45 p.mi,:and return theosamr day, leaving Sale on arrivalof train for 3ltfra and Nowry. I'rassengers and parcels booked at the following places:- .. Sale, Criterion Hotel; ,Maifra, J Knox's Metropolital Hotel; anid at Rafrlen's Newry Hotel. 3 J FISHERL IIEYFIELD TO M3AFFRA. , ýi H IE Convoranice lotween ' ho. 'le eov I places'will be DISCONTINUED until further notice Any parcol44 that. cao be forwarded on leursbiaic will b duly delivered. All i parels must be prepaid, and any for Seaton or Glenmaggie will bo oroarded by H Laillold. JAMES KING? Ma 3...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 August 1883

S MAIL NOTIOS . r iruls ok, attljo the3 ra Post ofice for thie followinigplaces as under i For Salo Rosedale, .Trallo?,n,iWalI halls, Toongabbio, M[Olhourne,, Port Albert, Tarrvillo, &e., st 11 alm. daily.: - For Stratford,'. Bairnsdale,'" Bruthon, Ocom, Grant, Dargo, eta,, daily at 12.30 p.m. For Upper Mailra daily at 3 p.m., For 1Toyfiold '. Gleniagglo,. Cowwar, and Soaton, on Tuesdays, Thursdays;:and Saturdays, at 3 p.m.. Bringolong, daily at 2.45 p.m. . i H . The -Post-omfico is open for tolegrams' at 8.30 am.:till 8 p.m, closin betwies 1 and 2 and 6'and 7. Postal business' from 9 a.m. till 6-p.m. . Mails close for iMaffmr at ,the under mentioned places as undr :- :: Salo, st 1.30 p.m. daily. Briagoloig, at 10.5 sm. daily. .NeOwry, at 0.30 n.m. daily. : :-. Stratford, at 3.15 p.m. daily.. i Heyflold, 8.30 "am. Tuesdays, Thutfs. days, atid Saturdays; -.. : : • • .

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WITH TOM TOKE, THE AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 August 1883

,WITHL TOM ' TOKE, THE;AUS * .TiRALIAI BUISHRANGER. (PFroCGAnrrklrsa e r'sTo'rnet.) - .Iiws staying at Melbouro?nin'De emboier, 1858,: after alo. og: overland jgtrru'ry tfrorm Southr Australia; when. ibursiirrs rllinmenl?et me to 'visit, the O?lii go!tbliltl, syiiintdied at .the. ox trmll etstrm' end of tile coloniy of.'Vi- lortia,.in.the nei;lhbourhood of the Aus- traliau Alps. The inltervening country" as. flr . is the border:. of New South Wahe'ti was in rtho iands of' rsquat:erra andl frequlented ini several' parts: by notorious. bushrangers;..Two. routesr lay open to my: choice-onoe dirlet.frot.m r Ielbourner tt:.y irnd i the' rtltr! b'y se ti to Port' Albeirt-throughi il ppl rid' nid' across. the ::Fainting ilRangue; I :;:hlcttrdm the letter.: So abn!tati?gtel end.of Decembrer, . -and' my" hrownrsrtrh Lronrrrry eimbarked on board tire S 'hatndlon. steamer, boul tlr for Port, Aith?b:rt.ily i encinlbranrcs, consisted= of a saddle, valiese containing a change of ;linrrn, a. revol...

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CAULFIELD RACES. August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 August 1883

OAULFlILD .RACES. ,.;. (JEi ra t A iiii ociel.' n " a..:! August18 ' ThiVictoia?i Armatii l Tui f Clui flaces woi e hold. this aftt.nroonf op their excelldnt and wvell'ar'ntiaigld course at Caunlfld.- `li'. prograiiwnanan.'a avery 'oicelli"nt oton thoere being six e~ents,t the principal 'of 'thlso which ctreated" he greatet intrerratbring the Ainatetur Challenge'OCup for hunters, 'and; the Cauliell Grand National Steplclihanso, in .both ot which a good'i: number of fiisclass caoss con tr liaorse?s w?r on-. gagd, i\o Aj natcur srac especially con nnaiijlng'additional iiterest .on accouncit of its' bui imicuibnnt, o. th~ rhiders: of. iaorms Itiinga ntiacrxi aoppiorelld of by th' 'Glub. Th. e i weathlier wnoO very' favaraliu'i and' a loigo attcndanco re: suilted: Tie different evio,?ilswero 'wo? olati?lted; the racing eifiv" of ." high iorder. 'TWinnersn areas follow;, :Sipling Stakos of,7ii sova. Foe twp yar, olds. --.Weights, colts :ot.. ,1lbL, Fillisa int'7lbs: 1: Blradoi s cii B 3o...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS (AGE.) LONDON, 17th August. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 August 1883

DI~,R9BPEAN ·TELB'iGRbrIT S rcriolood . to.'JPrwluo· Blomnllu'kH' helotlta' .taoiwbo ointy~to toon friciotou i A.: obri oi cootttptl , ko~;$ 'tokonl pt.~1u betwoep, IC::itoI ivoiti forces ui .Aiiloi towrn thut Aooiiiites hovo , iwelee l engniwd 01i~osio~g(igl ttiii iriaclt ·ill ttllo toocl of odi~iotiot Ah tue·C Iwtly of ritb~~~v l ;troops hpwo~evor iioutil, aisuiuldilol, otti.a erigii~giii~illt (lilllilllll I ~i Frisoohi :fOrcil· Iwiligliiiolplttlty routlcl,· it uIoIorI) .of therir so~tthirilrloillig left 'dead 0 toi~Ll IIivui~lit.ly r i I VIc' l, Oll, o·tt~o filil~ri tI~if t~l tl ~utini~ttinii· cttnwon~c~, VIII thuj Oclflis~ii( of Ito' op)(oiiiqn ofl ttp,1 \ttolY 'Iifr 1Vtloliugr I) i u~ntiytinOi tirtiii t." LuIrILlRH l( untor, nl bsl.i~l (ihiti( lilidlswl;t ((po!J'lldlhliltly' I iiiiuiiYn of·1.· till 118 TUIIlkOI .A1t(/tl It'jl pitt I n I : tiii VIIr~oyi 9th, tar~ll;ln,0 0 .lqi cll~ (p·lot. irS!r,~ lRao ,u..~~·dl~

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 August 1883

Auctions. TO MESSRS. A. M'LEAN AND CO., MAFFRA. ENTLEMEN,-We the undersigned G . owners of ENTIRE HORSES, beg to request you to hold a parade andosale of Stallions early in Septombra next Jan. Clyno . D. Manson W. A. Wrigglesworth Thomas Carr - -Thonias Pollock .' ," -: "Philip Bolaid .. { Jas.Bolnnd.,..,. ·.., Show,.of Stallions. A M'LEAN AND CO. boeg to annonece A that in compliance with the above request, they will' hold a PARADE of STALLIONS at -MAFFRA on FRIDAY, 14th Soptomber, and 'ill feol obliged by intending exhibitors sending in' names and podigreis, also full` particulars of horses for sale as early as possible.". 0, i Tho,auationeers will award 4 prlies to the grooms for best groomed horses, two in each class, draught and blood, 1st prize £2 Sa; 2nd, £1 s. The parade will commene at 10 o'clock 'sharp. ' . '. UAVING Establiahl eda Braich of oir SBl?insas' iia'lielboihrno, we'are nrow prdparod to: hold VEEKLY'SALES of Cattle; Sheep, etc. at the Flemington Yards, and to und...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 August 1883

UoaoILes, ac.' 0BB and CO.'s CO3AOH leave CRITERION HOTEL:, SALE to BAIRNSDALE,. L4. p.0. daily (Sunday excopte,. arriving at imsdalo at 7.30 p.m. are 10 , All information, &c., at Cobb ard 'Co: 0cite, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO; Sale to Maffraanrd.Newry ROYAL MAIL. A COACH will RUN DAILY between j above places, leaving Neory dailly at 945 am., Iaffra 11.15 am., arriving: at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Sale on arrival of train for: Nflfra and Newry. passengers and parcels booked'at the following places: Sale, Criterion Hotel ; affra, J Knox's: Metropolitan Hotel; and .at. tRwlita' Newry Hotel. J. FISHER. HEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. mHE Conveyance between the abrve I places will be" DISCONTINUED until further notice. Any parcels, that can be forwarded on horeback will be dily delivered. All parcels must be Ppaid; and any for Seaton or Glonmaggie will be orwarded by H Mlaxfield. - JAMES KINGO: Mailman . ROYAL ?MAIL COACHES. TOONGABBIE...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 August 1883

COJIMERJIAL INT'ELLIGI NOIE. o- MELnBOURN PRODUCE MARKET. Messrs. Willianr Adamson and Oo report fur tile week ending August 15: WheRt..-Tho demand is brisk at an ad nceon our lastquotationaiand asamillers, shippors, and speculators aro all showing a dipaition to purchase. holders are very Airm. W\e quoto to.day' piinos Milling 6s "5W sold a parcel of soft (nit very clean) at is. l0d, Oats are fairly active, although no very exteisive lines lhave been quitted lince our last We qtioto, niodiume to goad feed from 2se 10d.' to 3s :'0d., and stout qualities up to 3s. lid.' Barley.L hIalting is much inquired for, and primo amplesare scarco. iolders arovery firm, and no sales lamve transpired. Price is nominally 6s. No cape . offering. Peas are selling freely at up to 3s. 10d. 'Maize is rno at 3s. 111d. to 4s. Flour.-We quote LO to L10 16s. We hld'our'usual sild today, and give below deotiled roults of actual sales :--Oheeso.-The market is dull at our last quotations, and stocks are movin...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 August 1883

Public Notices, RAILWAY MEETING.; BHE Adjourned MEETINO, for carry? Sing ou tioe line of Rletivay through Upper s 1ffra, Briagolonig,' Lindeonw t, airns?lao,- will be held at theV' lEnlincG; ' Instituto, Newry, THIS EVENING, the ;0thinst, at 7 o'clock p.m. ROBT. SHANLIN. August 10, 1883. HAFFRA SHIRE. ToTICE.-- Any person or persons do positing any . RUBBISH: in t the at'ra Backwaterbotweon the back of the premises of A. Morison and tho,Bank of Victoria will be prosecuted according to he. By order, .la. GEO. THOS. JONES,, Shiro Secretary. Shire Office, Iafra, August 8, 1883.. 3IAFFRA COURSINO. CLUB. TUESDAY, 2laT AUGUST, 1883. rAFFRA STAKES.-For 16 dogs, all ages, at £2 2s. each;' Prizes : Fint, £15; second, £7 ; third and fourth, £310s each. To be reduced pro rata if not full entries. LADIES' BRACELET.-For an' i.n limited number of dogs at half-a-guinea each, to be nominated by ladies." Four or fire prizes, according to number of entries. Prizes, trophies: First, valued £15. presen...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 August 1883

Trade Notices. RAYMOND'S SEWING 'MACHINES. ?HE undersigned, SoiL AGENT for these favorite Ma uI NNE S, Has just RECEIVE a SUPPLY, as weill as an assortment :of, Needles, Oil, Bobbins, Shuttles, & o These' Machines' have now been many years before the 'public, and reference is confidently made:to every one who has the good fortuno to'own RAYMOND as to the satisfaction they have invariably given. Melbourne List Prices free of cArriage Fos :Oisn. Arrangements for Time- payment to responsible buyers. ALEX. 'MO RISON,; JO H?N SON-STREET, SA F F R 3A. SAMUL LEES, FNITUNIT1RE DEAI;ER And :TIMBER MERCHANT, Jojssosen trasr, MW A.F FR A. A , All Orders promptly attended to. "MAFFJiA:: COACH FACTORY. E W. CALLAWAY is prepared to execute all orders in connection with the Coach Building business; All repairs neatly executed in a thorough workuanlike manner, including re.painting and trimming, &c. SN.3.-Seaoned Materials kept in stock, Finest Silk-dressed Flour, 1ROM carefully sel...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, AUG. 20, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 August 1883

T HE : MONDAY' MORNING; "AUG. 20, 1883., Faox what we can learn in ,.various' quarters, and fromi the views rnd opinions of: persons intorested ,in the sublject, someo ofl whoi are advocates of the Tinambsh route, and others strenu ously uphold 'the lienisnear the hinse of the mountains,..we :are led to- hlelieve tihat the' public imeetiing to heo held in the Mechanics' Institute,,Upper Mafirra, this evening, will be both numerous and fairly represent;i;a e of the dis trict. The pirovious meeting was.vdry poorly attended, and tihe reslt thlen arrived at, can hy:no neans I;e said to boe an expression f .public opinion. But since thentthi matter:has been. much talked over bb niest of, our resir dents, andoas: thie party, of' agitators have been most persevering and inmcss snnt in their endeavors to obtain signa tures to apetition to th.Cmmiossner of Railway's, in favr 'of the railway, route fromin .IeH igld t' Bairiisdale beingi taken through Upper Mfalf?i to. Briagolong, instead of v...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAFFRA COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 August 1883

MIPA FRA OOURSING CLUB. c ';E'alini "!it leth w i: .l at the t1(ct0 ojolityi intel, :' Wirti..y instat4li.m. 're· enT,-J esp!t: Tthnut. son,,.W all?,a;:luf, x, "Ba'.misu;r, " ,.4c aMil ln. ?un'. 11' IIwo. The uoiniiitcsis of iri'sious riae tiilg hit - l eg enr rinad ulit i cinritil/e,: lhianl?oha etter from; theu scc:retary of the icLirins-[ dalo.cij, n,,, ayin,! til mei,.eti,,g o tlat, 'lcili- l x fi 'e0ill ta; wold cccn p.ost heild6n2l 21ist. -TlI, linl. negret'try Nli Loweu ind repliedtlit thlia talic a io meet. io'gwoulds ll hi IhlonL1stii]it. - ,Someli other, correipoaictiine wsas 'aled i?ead?dil i anpisd of. ili?ii i'.e.i oted ecoiil yt IiyN 3y i i NI h and carri--it ulnniunusly4---'h.b"e :iMessrs"a- \. . 1E. Powerl, , :' llutler, :-W.` :lotiwiek, rind T''hlniiiils?criliy'i bhi ,IL;efIc d: midThbers' Movced;?t, MI' M Iii tshi,scoonilihd by. Mi Bainnister-L-'nhat 'esarn BIulir, and F. C. -Wilsat lie :olele.td' ititnllmers of. the Chui Cfli'C i?duidUiitinto y. Mloved ), tf Tlipm...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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