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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 August 1883

There is a great curiosity at the Na tional Gallery to see the studenlts at work.. On students'days a charge is made to the public, and the money ob taiied in this mannser amoutnted last year to L700. Holloway'sPills.-The Female'sfriend. --So soon as the hunman fuinctions are disordered they should be :nectified. It is a hopeless delusion to leave the malady to its oun course. A few. ap propriate doses of l[olloway's Pill at particular periods will prevent many a serious illness. They arrest all morbid intluences, and prevent disease from ex teirdingandatllctingmoae distantorgtnls. Their primary action is upon thile blood, stomach, liver, kidneys, atnd atldoulinal or pelvic viacera. Their secondary ac tion strengthens thll nervlolus centreas. No drug caIl he at olle so Ihlrmle,,ss, yet so antagonitie to disorders ati;tiug thel ,fenalo sex. The most pertet rlisncl elay Iho placed upon their purifyin reg. ulatitg,tand renovating virtuies. 'They coay'behsafelytaken by females of all ag...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS (AGE.) LONDON, 20th August. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 August 1883

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS (Aon.:) LoxcON , 20th August The following appointmnents,,in con aeixion with the Victorian defence, fiinci, hava Bieen officially confirmed.:--. Major H. S. Brownrigg,.toibe Major of tlhe' -lnfanitry Brigade;; Major A. G. Walker;,to be staff officer.andý artillery .inspector.; Captain P. H.;.T..Followese to he Captain of Infantry.;.Lieutenant FF. W.~Ind of the; Royal Artillery, to be battery comimande . The scheme for the annoxation of New Guines has aroused: so,: much .in, tereast in London that a party:of ,Eng- lish capitalists have resolied to form, a:; company for the purpose of'. colonising,. tlmeisland: Good' woolos are firm...Ihferior and faulty wools are easier. STile election of a member. of Parliament. for the countyofSligo, to fill luivacancya ? caused by thie ,death of:M r..,Denis. O'Conior, took place "to-day, and re sulted in the return, of. Mr. Linch, 'Parnelite, who defeated the Tory, can didiate liy a large majority.. ; No fresh case of cholera:h...

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NEVER RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 August 1883

NEvBn RBxTuV.-It is said that one out of every four real invalids whogo to foreign countiles to recover health never return, except as a corpse. The undertakers, next to the hotel-keepers, have the most profitable business. This excosive mor tality may be prevented and patients saved and cured under the care of friends and loved ones at hrooe, if they will but uose Hop Bitteresin tine. Read.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 August 1883

SCOMMERJlIAL -INTR LL0BNOBIf. OIPPSLAND STOCK SiEPOiRTs. Mesara A. M'Lean and Cb., of MInfra, report :-Only, a modoraty number of cattle forward for the week :rino alteration in prices sineo last report ' Storb bullocks and cows would be very saloable should we have a'fall of rain, s there rospeveral in. quirics for them. Fat stock': ro ajso in good demand for .local conoumption and the diggings. We sold fat. cows, inferior tofgood, at La4 7s ad; Ii fdi To 7sd, L5 10s, IO os, .and LO ? l d : vealors, from 17s ld toLl lOs; halffikit'bullocka, to 15 12s 6d, :'fat do..,privately, to L7 store cows, L2 2s 6d,;L2 165; L2. 17s:L3, and L3 2s Od : young steoers L210ia, L3 s and L30 Os.' Fat alirp,light ;weights. at 10s. SMessrs. B, Outhridge and o0, report: Fat' COattleo.MIrkot brisel'; not rmhny coming forward. , We sold cows at 7L6, Od, LO 12 od, L7 2s 04...,Storo cattle firm at prices equal to last weeks. Sales. --Blllocks, L4 le, L4` Be, L 5 10s, A good fall of rain would cause a large d...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 August 1883

BIRTH     HORSTMAN - At Upper Maffra, on the 19th inst., the wife of F. Horstman of a son, stillborn.

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ARISTOCRATIC DIVORCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 August 1883

ARISTOCRATIC DIVORCqE , In the Divorce Division of the High 1osistst; 'Siriiisuil unii ieii had recently before him the suit'of Staishopo v. Stan hope and Adlye T"he'petition was that of the Hon'"W' ndham Stanhope, son of the Earl of'Harringtoi, for- a diivorce by-rieaso of the adulfrvy of hlis wife with LieutL Walter Adye? of thie Royal Irish Rifles.i " The case was inl the first place set down" to he tried by a :special jury; damages 'being claimed, but the dmsages being withdrawn, the case now came before the Court- as practi-, cally uidefended. Mr' Inderivick, Q.C. arid' MIr Sealoe ppeared for the' peti tioner; Dr. Tristr?in, Q. C., for the respondent': and Mr C.' A'. Middleton, for the co-respondent. In opening .the case; [Ir inderjwick Q.O., said 'that the nlarriage took place in 1877, and there were'no child'ren The petitioner 'was a'gentleman in very delicate health, and in consequence from time to time he had to go, to, Madeira, whore he ind Mrs 'Stanhope? beciame friendly ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 23, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 August 1883

THURSDAY MORNING, ':AUG. 23, 1883 Tan question of the closed roads of the colony lias long been'a vexed onelo huni bors of ratepayers in the various al;ires having boon extroenily anxious to get, these thrown: open, ;as in many in stancesi they caise considerable annoy ance, and iinvolive a great. loss of to. to the travelling public. But the large landowners have beci e quite asoanxious to keep thonm hut .up, and continuo' toa perpotrate the monstrous injustice of keeping these roids closed up, 'thereby, increasing the grazing value of their properties; and robbing the public 'of their rights in defiance of tliaw l of the land. It would appear that ,the Hampden Shire Councillors have lately been greatly exercised in' their minds upon this subject, having beern applied to Iby a number of ratepayers of that shirer to have the obstructionas such as swing gates and fences, removedn from proclaimed roads within the shire. To remnove all uncertainty as to their powers and duties, they ha...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 August 1883

SECOND DAY. The weather was again splendid, and punotualito time the first pair, wore han dad totthe slipper and: a movoawas made through Prudon'a; and Little's -paddocks, thence to Boisdale. In those paddocks the fur was very wild and hut few courses were run. After that M'Colo's paddock wias tried, and there, on.a turf, like velvet, the remainder of the trials were run. Barea wore almost too numerous. Some splendid trials were witnessed, tho poor doge having been mostly weeded out on the first day. Rose and Fancy Free were drawn. Mr Craig's Mayo and Merrylass divided first and second prizes of the Maffra Stakes and Miss Carpenter's Liberty beat Mrs. G. A. Carpenter'sFadelma for the Ladies' Bracelet. At the conclusion of the meeting cheers were called 'for 'the judge, slipper, and ofticials, which were heartily responded to. 'The following is the result of Wednes. day'a coursing : MtAFP A STAKES. FI|?T TIPS. Mayo led Leo from start to finish. Merrylass to a short slip ran up, turne...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 August 1883

MELBOURNEBSTOCK REPORTS (BY ErwCTRItio TEraolssPo.) Wednesday Evening. Messrs. A?t M~i an,:ad Co. report: Fat ';Cattle. - 1,500 - head forward. No alteration in prices sine, last .week. 1 We. sold Mr, O'Dea's bullocks, from the Snowy River, at £12 5s; Wood side; to £7 '5s, and cows to £7 15s, averaging £5 9s; M'Farland's cows to £9, averaging £5 10s;' and Shaw's bullocks at market rates. Messrs. Peck, Hudson and Raynor re?ort:-Fat Cattle.--Market same as last week. We sold 32 Heyfield bul locks, averaging £12.7s, as usual top ping the market; 161 from outside Gippsland to £9 17s 6d. Fat Calves. -87 yarded; prices very high; best to 995s. We sold 20, all inferior, to 31.. Messrs. 'Dal. Campbell and 'Co re port :-Fat Cattle-1,500 head penned, about 200 being from N.S.W., 130 Qticenslanders, and the. balance Vic torian; quality, as a whole, better than we have had for some time. A good attendance of the- trade, and prices remained throughout abbut the same as last week.; Best pens bull...

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MAFFRA STAKES. FIRST ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 August 1883

MAPmA STAKES. PFIRST ROUND. SLeo led Galway Boyup to the'hare and took first turn, and let in the lantter,. but in a short course Leo, showed most, pace and won. Mayo drew away from Maud in a long slip to the hiar, and put. together .some good work, when banud get in,. and- by a series of wrenches got equal with him, but the Harefoot dog's condition served. him well at the finish, and he won a splendid course with not much to spare. Priority led Young Partner the whole 'o a long course,,-and, the, g .mo may, be said of Rosebud in hor cour-:ivith Zoo. - ? orrylass ran abye.- . S -LADIEs' BRACELET. i?': ." "?inar;N?on. In a long course the Marshalalalwayshad' the,bset of It and won with something in hand.. Floetfootwas too good for My Idon.. : Brdlaugh showed a clean pair of. heels to Signet.." . - Leo led-Signal to the hare and put a. number of points together when the, red dog got in and was fast wiping off the score.when.the hare escaped. Falcon completely. ran- over- Wait.a while....

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 August 1883

MELBROURE.; (PRO) OHU O:onN CORRESPONDENT.) Wed.nesday.. Newspapers iowg-adays must be very careful of their criticisms, for the much boasted lilierty of the press is, fast becoming a deadl letter, both `in this aind the sister; colony.t .The "Sydney Morning Herald," fbr having dared to raise its voice against the injustice of the law whicho awarded heavy dmimages against its p~irorietors for having'ex posed a bare-faced alsam and public swindle, is now called upon to show cause why it. shoiuld not be committed for contempt of court in having'dared to rail against the blindly, impartial, and inerring decree of justice. In our own, metropolis it is only a fortnight since a leading journal was fined heavily: for daring to be rude in its expressions regarding a court digni tary, so, Ifancy the liberty of the press may be regarded as a thing more ideal thai miterinl. Perhaps you had better not publish this Mfr Editor, or you may be fined for contempt. In the Legislative Assembly last ei...

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MAFFRA COURSING CLUB. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 August 1883

MAPPRA OOURSING OLUB. FIR?SST DAY. The idea of forming a Coursing Club, having its head quarters at Maffra, was mooted in the month of July,, and several ernthueiastina followers of the lenslr haiing taken th' niatter in: hlnd, lost no time in carrying it to a suc cessful issue. ,Meetings w~ere held,. rules framed, olicere appointed,: and the first meeting under the auspices of the Mal're Coursing Club was adver tised to commence on Taesday,. and to consist of an open stake' for sixteee dogs of any age, 'aowtto. gueineas each, and a Ladies Bracelet for an unlimited number of dogs, at h!ilf a guinea each: For the former event nine enttries were received, while for the latter tiere were twenty-seven, and though no doulbt the club would liked: to ::have seen more entries iii' the forimer vent, yet it speaks ,well. for. the 'memnbers ;,of" the Maffra Coursing. Club that, notwith standing the lateness of .the 'season at which their club was initiated,- so.many entrieseshouldl have been m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 August 1883

Aucntions. FAT AND STORE CATTLE. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, 24TH AUGUST. M LEAN and CO. will Soell at thoir i yards 20 Primo Fat'Bullocks and Cows 20 Superior Steers and Bullooks. 30 do Heifers and Cows.. 80 Magnificent Bullocks, half-fat, a superior lot. ,80 Good : Bullocks, " right ages, in forward coidition. TO MESSRS. A. .M'LEAN AND CO., MAFFRA. G ENTLEMIIEN,--We the undorsigned owiners of ENTIRE HORSES, beg to request you to hold a parade and sale of Stallions early in September next asJ. Clyne D. Mansn W. A. Wrigglesworth Thomas Pollckrr Th so o l k . : . ... . , NO0TICE. . ,IShbw of Stallions. A M'LEAN m~ CO. beg to announce . that in compliance with the above request,- they will hold a PARADE of STALLIONS at MAFFRA on FRIDAY, 14th September, and will fool obliged by intending exhibitors sending in names and pedigrees, also fill 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 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 August 1883

coaches; c 0 CRITERION. HOTEL, : BALE t(o BIAIR NSDALE, 1 5' .in. daily (Sunday, excepted),' nrrivingu , at: Bainalo l at 7.10 p.m. Falo, 10s.' Al infonlation;tol, , at Cobb land OCp.' a l B?IER'SON; WA.ONER?I , Co O.e; Sale to Marlra and Newry ROYAL MAIL. A COACH will-IUN DAILY botwooit . above plitce,;' loa.iig Nolovy daily at 9,45amn., Malidfr 11.15.:i'ai;, arr?ivig at Sale nt 12.45 p.m, and return thoel u0m day, leaving Sal oni ihrival'of trai? foir iftrae and Nowry. : ; Passengors and parcels bookcd: at theo following places :- . Salo, Criterion Hotel Irai,, J Kioxo letlrololitan Hotel; ind at; ]Rawlin's ry Hotel. SHER HEYFIELD TO -IAFFRA. mHE Conveaoncoe botwooen li' Iao:an places will .be DISCONTINUED' until further notice. Any parcels that can be forwarded on hlaisblock ill bo doly delivered. All paroOls mulstbo.propaid, anl nny for Seaton or, Glonmaggio will be oroardod by H Mxiifield. : JuAMES IKING, M:: i . il?san; ROYAL MAIL;COACHES. TOONGAI3IE TO .SEATON. A COACH laonos...

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BRIAGOLONG. August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 August 1883

BERIAGOLONG. (reoo oun owN ronRRarONDENT.) August 17. ?nst Thursday's meeting- to discuss Mr. Landy's paper onWonmen's Rights was but poorly attended, few (I heard) feeling desirous to venture an, opinion publiely on such a slippery subject. The best, contribution was Mr., Whealey's,. who courageously hoarded'the delicate' side of .the question;.namely, women's right to their own person inras well:as out of marriage;: the ignorance of her true sphere and rights' and duties, the social prejudices that ares yet holding her in subjection; the shockiigly imade quate protectoie against: briutal; dissi pated, or unbearably despotic husbandr; ith'e slaisli subinission expected, fiom ler,.and.thie necessity of giving her'the means of ridding herself of an unworthy piartner whein 'heir pence, her:health,. and the interest of the family commend it, especially as is often the' case, her. very life is iii danger. When iti insig. nificant mongrel husband cannot obtain influence or consideration ...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 August 1883

. GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. SThe numbeirof live stock. imported from..Now South,. Wales into Victoria during the quarter ending 30th June, 1883, was 7,144 cattle, 35~737 sheep, and 232 hors. ' The following gold-mining lease is declared void :-- Oiil land district, Donnelly's Creek. division, No. 505, dated 8th Jonuary,' 1880, MI. Landy, 33 acres, Gladstone Crok. , The application of Mary IMfykin, for a license under section 19 of "The Land Act 1880,"' for 20 acres, Glen maggie, is approved. Tl,h following transfer of. lease, is irgistureid :--John and -Rosbert Bun. tilne, to Richard. Scott Farmer, Toon gahbin, 152a,. 2r. ,.30p,, Toongabbie North. "Thle wisest of al saving, s id someone one night at the Fielding Cluh, is the ulo Greek 'lsaxihn. "Know. thyself. "-"Yes," said Clharles Kenney, "tlere's a deal of wisdlam in, it. IKnow thyself; hut,"ho added, "never. Introduce a friend."

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RAILWAY NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 August 1883

RAILWAY NOTICE. Trains now loavo SALS at 7.55 a.m. ~nd 4.47 p.m. Thoy are due at SALB at 1.45 p.m. and 10.35 p.m. Trains leavey olbourno at 7.40 a.m. and 4.27 p.m., and are duo in Melbourno at2.9 p.m. and 10.50 p:m.:. ; '

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON August 23 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 August 1883

EUROPEAN" TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON Augu?at 23 The article which appesaredyesterday in' thoe "Nord Deutsche. Zeitung" (" North German Gazette "), in which France was vehemently attacked as the sole disturber of the peace of. Europe, has aroused a storm of indignation in Paris and other parts: of France. All the leading Paris and provincial journals publish articles to-day in reply, unani molisly repelling the dherges brought against them by tim semi-official German organ.. . , * The inhabitants of. Cantoni are dis playing great hostility toward the Euro peanresidents there, owing to the action of the French in Tonquin. The excite ment, has reachedi such a pitch that a serious affray took place yesterday be tween some of the populace and a party of Europeans, .in the course of which. one of the latter shot a Chinese- coolie dead. Since the above affray placards have been,widelydistributed calling on the, Chinese to.rise and massacre all the '" Barbarians" upon whom they can lay their ...

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THE LATE ARCHBISHOP VAUGHAN [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 August 1883

'THE LATE ARCHBISHOP VAUGHAN,. ! , .The Sydney.. correspondent .. of, theo. " Ago "'writes : A funeral service was held :in St. Mary's to-day in connection with Arch bishop Vaughan's death. It was most solemn and off.lctive., The cathedral was crowded; and masses of people out-. side were unabloe to gain admission. The e~thedral was draped in black crape, relieved by bands and falls, of, white, with insnortellec of. white flowvrs.at in tervals. .On the altarliurnt tapers, hut all ornaments wore absent.. To the right of the altar the Archbishop's, throne wiasa draped with cloth, which :will remain till his successor be appointed. Upon the. throne the arnis of. the.Arohhishop wore woven in garland style, and on the floor of thine sanctuary: was aaatafalqueI with burning:tapers around it. There were present a number of Catholic clergy, including' the Bishops of Ba thurst, Goulburn;"and Armidalo,"thlo. senior priests froni Victoria, and many high church dignitaries. On the dais to the r...

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MAFFRA COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 August 1883

.APPRA COURSING CLUB. On the return of the menibers from th' meeting on Wednesday last, a committee meeting :wa held at Ban nister's Camden Hotel. .Present Meisrs.R. J. Thomson, vice-president, in the chair, Macfarlane, Mackintosh, Carpenter, Beck, Knox and Bannis tear Oni the motion of Mr G. A. Carpeni ter, it was resolved to give orders for tho trophies won in the Ladies' Brace let Stakes, by the diterunt prizetakers ; such orders to be fulfilled; and the trophies supplied by Mr'Drakeford, jeweller, Sale, with the view of en couraging local trade and enterprise. On the kind iinvitation of Mr. Ban nister, upwards of twenty gentlemen sat down to table, and partook. of, an ex cellent and sumptuous dinner, prepared dy Mrs Bannister, in her accnstomod 'echerdbh manner. The table:" was properly decorated, the dishes com prising every variety of substantial and delicate viands calculated to excite "and appease the appetites of the most` fas tidious gourmands, the wines, and liquors being...

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