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ITEMS OF NEWS BY THE MAIL. SAN FRANCISCO, 29th July. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 August 1883

ITEMS' OF NEWS Bg31; TH. . S MAIL. . SA? FANscIsco, 9thi July. The.British ships Euterpe ?Aid Eil donhope, hound 'to'thisport from Ndw: castle (N.S.W.,)'lioya not" been heard' of since thly hailed ; they are nowS 01 and90.days out' rsp?cbtively: Jas. M'Dermott, of Brooklyn: has' been shot dead by a man named' Gay nor, ,hnidieli that ? e hadii'l followed him 3000 iniles for thatl purpose,'Mao Dermnlotf vll'i a journalisc byL pro-: fession, liad tdrned informer, and ohn hisevidene Feathersto0ne, Bolton, Densy and others were arrested 'for oonspir noy to murder. Gaynor wai one of the two members of the Fenian 'Brother hood who' were chosen to killt Macder mott. . Tlieihoat race on 26tlihJuly,,between Hanlan, Hoamer and 'Lee was won by Hanlan. Tlii'course, whichi 'w bareb 3 miles, was covered by Hanlin in 19 min. 49 sec., Rosmer, 19 miin. e0' seo;, Lee;,19"min: 51 soo. The Catholic clergy of. the United. States are inclined asn a body to-follow the instructions formulated by his Holi ne...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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WITH TOM TOKE, THE AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGER. CHAPTER II.—(CONCLUDED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 August 1883

WITH TOM? TOKE, THE AUS TRALIAN BUSHRANGER. "..-:(From.Cl? msbere'srJournaL): OilArmE II ,-- (NO?LUDED;) At length, aftef sinokiisg' and' Chat- . ting; we ?ettled down foi" the' right' ly i isidi.by side on the ground, wrapped up in'tlie oie blatiket,' with our saiirdles for pillows, anid our feet to' the fire. 1 never slept soul d r in my' life: The' inorning broke in a dense fog, Which continued for two days, and kept us at tlie creek. The tliird:morning was'fine 'and"cliiar. After breakfiist, woe packed :iipp ari?'Ugan the ascenri of Gibbo lead .oiii ourihorses. Oh,. what n clinib that was I'? iid what a descent oir' the' other sidieil Both menandibeasts in danger 'of.Lreakinig their inecks. - After leave ins the mountain' r:ve passed through densie forest, and arrised at the ' anke. 'oftlie M:itt;ilitta;.tlih samen evening,. whero:we eneamped.for. the iiiglit. There. was a strong'floodin thee' river,t whisch we hoped 'would- abate before morning: as our route lay; aross: it. Nex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 August 1883

Trade Notices. RAiY MO ND'S' d SEWING _.MACHINES. E HE undersigned, So?? Asi for thseis'favorite_ " I" ACH I NES, .E it. jHai ust TREccIVED a SUPPLY as well as an assortment of Needles, Oil, r Bobbins; Shuttles, dc. ft These. Machines have now' been i many years before the public, .and In reference is confidently made to every in one whohas the good fortune to own Revuxn as to the satisfaction they have invariably give: :: r Melbourne L.st Prices free of carriage Arrangements for "Time- payment to responsible buyers.... iALEX. MRO I?10, T. OHNSS-' REETi:r I" ECITON TNATROPlMI. IF YOU WANT A GOOD PHOTO. S GRAPH, 00 10 WATTS' NEW PORTRAIT ROOMS, d a FOSTER - STREETi : Where you are inre of gettig a truee likeness. combinod with superoir. finish t and' all the Newest Melbotlrne Improve ments. f Owing to his new style of operating, ' I E..WATTS is quite independent of the v t weather, not having,, as under the.whole Sastyle, to waitfor a fine day, but customers can com. in any weather, ...

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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, AUG. 27, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 August 1883

MONDAY MORNING, AUG. 27, 1883 T Tli w?? s tho~'ti rimni? dry a"nd fine, Saturday morning being so beauti: fully mild and balmy, tlhat early riserb enjoyed a:grert treat in a cooititutiona .walk before breakfalt hour. A finer day for the horse parade in Sale oauld t?ln be made to order, and at an early li?oil bugies, singlo and well appointed palrae witja numbers of horsemnn, ware paseitid through 31affra on their way to the. grh~ annual display of horse flesh.' ' Th.. Annual General Meoeting 'of tie MaffTra .Oricket Club is to be held 'at Klis's Macalister Hotel on Saturday ;:tidex at 7 p.m., notice of which appears in' anothor oplumn., All those interested are requested to atten d. Aiop.ngst the nominations for the Open Stake, of the ]Diirnadale Courainhg Club meeting, whiolhtakes place to-morrow, we. notice the names of Mesars. Carpenter and. Mapgferlape's Liberty apd Vanity Fair": and ir T. O. M1'Intoali'se Bide-a-wee abtd Erlo the Rod, ind trust, they minay worthlly uphold the c...

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THE DARWIN-CUM-HUXLEY THEORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 August 1883

THE DARWIN Ct-lt4HUXLEY THEORY.' : PROM TIHE 4LLARAT COUlRIER. Human beings will have rend vith a certain amount'of cheerfulnets the re port of the last moeeting of the Vic torian Philosophical Institute; London, as given in dur' yesterday's !ishue, for that report contains smo 'rimnerl;i on. " the origin of the species," witi which most rational beings will.:.eartily. agree. Several very eminen scientifi men,' it will' there have been seen, totally reject the Darwin.cum-Huxley theoiy, and give' very cogent reasons for disagreeing :with a that thesis. Theose investigatorsin, the idomain of science contend, that as yet ;no scientific evidence has'. been met with giving countenance ,to the notion that man has ,been evolved froi -oa lower: order of animal., but, on the sontrary, any positive advance made in the pro-. vince; of prehistoric' anthropoogy' iars actually removed humanity fartliher away from proofs 'of such: connection, namely, with the .est' of !tle animal kingdom. In this ...

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MELBOURNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 August 1883

MIELBOURNE. .. ..- : i , (racs oUR OWNe CORRMSPONDRNT.) ..Saturday. The Speaker's dinner, to be given at the Parliament Houses on Monday, promises to be a very .brilliant affair. The grand entrance hall will be used for the entertainment,- and the guests will consist of about 150 of the most distinguished gentlemen of the colony. The Legislative Assembly during the week has been principally occu pied in dealing with the Estimates and the Harbor Trust BDll. In the House on Thursday night, the major part of the evening was occupied in discussing this lattermeasure. Mr John Woods, the a desont engineer-in-chief and, Com lnissioner of Railways, waxed exceeding eloquent in his condemnation of Sir John Coode's scheme, pointing out with much assurance wondrousi errors in the proposals of this world-famed engineer. The House laughed much at the egotis. tieal hero of the tar-brush, and treated his remarks with that weightj' con sideration such speeches usually re ceive. With one exception th...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 August 1883

Auctions. 'TO MESSRS. A. M'LEAN AND CO., MAFFRA. (- ENTLEMEN,-We the undersigned " owners of ENTIRE HORSES, beg to request you to hold a parade and sale of Stallions early in September. next Jas. Clyne D. Manson W. A. Wriggleaworth Thomas Carr Thomas Polloek' Philip Boland Ja. Boland. NOTICE. Show of Stallions. A . 'LEAN an CO. beg to'announce that in compliance with the above request, they will hold a PARADE of STALLIONS at MAFFRA on FRIDAY, f 14th September, and will feel obliged by intending exhibitors sending in names and pedigrees, also full partioul{?r 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, lst.prize £22s; 2nd, £1 Is. The parade will commence at 10 o'clock sharp. -H-AVING Established a Branch of our i Business: in. Melbourn, we are now prepared to hold WVEEKLY SALES of a Cattle, Sheep, etc. at the Flemington r Yards, and to undeitake the sale of all kinds of Pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 August 1883

Coache .and:!Co's = ?&oAoE :, loe: _. CRI OEI?0N'HOTEL:9 . :, sALE sLto, tBAIRNSDALE1 :1:4lp, pp m 'd ly. (Sunmay ..exceptel),;,i arriving I at: .Alinfotoai tfon;, i-tiCosbb MIid op. O lice; Critoriionlotel,Snble+,; "" ROBER.TSON, .WAGNER v& ?O.O SSale to Maffiaeland Newtry A COACHIiI1 RUN DAILY betweon A above pla?le?;leav}ng Newry daily an 9.15 a.n., NadIra 11.15 am.,,arriving at Salo at 12.45 'p.n, iiand riil turn'tiho same day, leaving Sale oem arrivalof£ traih for, at?mra and Newry.,. , ' Passengers and , parcels ,booked :at the following places:- . Salo, CriterionH ?,tei ?'iel' f i'a, dKnox Metropolitan' Hotel;: and R itt ,ldiwlin's' Newry Hotel. , HEYFIELI) TO !MAEFRA : mE1HE :Convey abco between" the nbnv S'' places will ,hbent DISCONTINUED until, further" notice.:., Any parcels that can be forwarded onhorsback will'be dulj delivered.' All parcls' mhust :be preaim,' and any for Sbaton or Glennmagge:will bl orwarded by H. Saxfleld., - ,,. JAMESE KING, Madman. ...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 August 1883

? Mails close at the Maffra Post-offic Jor the following places as under: SFor Bale Rosedalo;, TmIragon, Wali halla, -Toongabbio,' :Melbourne, Port AlbertilParravillo, &c., at ll'am. daily. For Stratford, IBairnsdalo, . lruthen;. Omoo, Ginnt, Dargo, etc:, daily at 12.30 p.m. For Upper faffra daily at 3 p.m.. For Hsyfield, Glenmi gie, Cowwar, and Soaton, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 3 p. Briagolong, daily at 2.45 p.m. The Poest-ofico is open for toelgrams 'at 8.30 a :. till 8'p.m., closing hotween' 1 and 2, and 6 and. , Postal business from am0m. till 6 p.m. SMails 'lose for Maffra" at the under-' mentioned places as under :-- . .Sale, at 1.30 p.m. daily. Briagolong, at 10.5 am. daily. Newry, at 9.30 a.m3 daily. Stratford, at 3,15 p.m. daily. Heyfold, 8.30 e.m Tuesdays, Thur. days, and Saturdas?. ; · ·I

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MAFFRA STOCK REPORT. Friday, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 August 1883

cOUMMEUIAL INT'LL1GlvNCR. * TA STOK - -ro-r--- •--. Friday, August 4 M*osara A. 'ILean and Co. report.: Our yards were fuirlyssupplled, those for. ward being ehlifly fat. Evory;4lut was. disposed of at very satisfiatory, fiur~sat Fat stock showed a slight rise- over., lst week's rates, and. were, ready. of sale, 1 stores rmlnaiing much about the same as previous quotations. Our sales were :; Fat bullocks, inferior to fair, £0 2e Od, £6 12s Gd; £7 2as 6d,.£7.7s Gd, '£710s ; cows, iiferior.to good, £4 , £ 5to £7 7a Od. Store Cattle.-Bulloks,' £4 8s "d, £4f9?i; forward conditio6ri-d, : I£ 13si young steers and heifers, £2 11, £212s d ; cows none forward. Sheep.- Fat lamb, 7s 9d ; ewes, throe parts fat, Bs Od. ' ELBOUiRNE PotODUOE MARKET. Messrs. William . Adamson ond Co 'report for the week ending August 22: Grain.:--Wheat is-still .in request, biut holders are.. very. firm and little busilness hias transpired.. .A few ealel o medium. milling reported at 4s 11d to 4s 11 d. Holders are ...

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GIPPSLAND GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 August 1883

GIPPSLAND GUN CLUB. The last pigeon shooting match of   the season came off on Thursday last, a in a paddock belonging to Mr. Macfar- lane, who kindly allowed the club the use of it for the day's sport. It was a most excellent day for all engaged, the   weather being fine, with hardly a breath   of wind, so that competitors were placed   on very good terms with each other,   there being an absence of these unfor- tunate occasions for some shooters, who sometimes are baffled by sudden gusts   of wind at the critical moment. A fine lot of birds were provided, and although   many of them were at first nthei-rlay' .t at .the rise, they proved strong when t once on ohe wing, and tried the skilliof a those engaged. Thd shooting all' round a was of 'a. superior, cass,, being fully . equal to, if notratier better than at, t any prelious meetin.g; Major Wilson e was in great form, and Mr De Moulin i we...

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BRIAGOLONG. August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 August 1883

BRIAGOLONG.. (FROM OUR OWN co'RF.naONDuaNTw.) August 25. The:.paper on the Land question, introduced by. Mr Penglanse, came on for discussion last Thursday. There was a fair attendance at the Mechanics' Institute., Mr Penglase, in a lengthy address, replied to. the criticisms on his lecture. lie went. pretty well over the same ground, dwelling essentially on the unfairness of granting but leases to future selectors, while the former have the fee simple, the insecurity of tenure pertaining to a leased holding, the.,liability of. extortionate rents, undervalued improvements, the blight ing influence of insecurity of tenure etc. ?ixity.of tenure, State help for irriga tion, he said, will settle the land and turn it intoe a garden. Mr Penglase is a fluent speaker, and nearly carried hlis audience with him. Mr O'Nial, who spoke next, said he shared Mr Penglase's views on the land question, and thought it strange that the very advocates of leasing sliould still be so eager. to ae quire la...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 30, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 August 1883

THE THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 30, 1883 Tue " .Billto further amend the Tool Government Act 1874," does not sp. pear to meet with favor from all the municipal bodies throughout the colony. Opinions'have been generally expresse by those who have had much experience in conducting the business of thes bodies,.that the changes of date of the annual balance from 30th Septembei, to 30th June, so as to correspond with the: Government financial year, has been decided on without proper con. sidelration, and Without sufficient cause or valid leasobns having been shown for the proposed alteration. It will undoubtedly be a source of very grat irnconvenience, and increased trouble to muniicipal oficers, and may result in a good deal of confusion in muniipol business." Seeing that the annul election of councillors takes place in August, the consequence, would be that the newly elected members would take otfice in the middle of the finan. cial year, and would have to take up 'the work which had been i...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 August 1883

MELBOURINE STOOK REPORTS (Br Ercorarc Tr nonAPraie. Wednesday Evening. Mers. A. M'Lean and Co report: Fat Cattle.- 1,454, head forward, Prices advanced from 10s to 15s 'on last week's rates. We olid Weodside bullocks at! £9 15s, and cows to>£4 19s' Gd, averagi, g £4 18s. Mr John Boland's bullocks at full market rates; also a truck of calves for Mr J. Keogh; from 27s to 03s. •Mr. E. A. Paterson reports -:-Fat Cattle.-1,450 head forward; sale brisk at. an advance of 15. per head on last week's. I sold 9 bullocks from Salelto £11. Fat Calves.-98 to hand; sales brisk at alight advance on last.,week's rates. Fat,; Sheep.-17,000.. pened d; prices wereeasier, than, last week.; I sold outsida 1,000 morisio wothers at 8s Gd; 800 merino ewes at 7s 6d ; 150 dodo.a 10s'6d. FatbLambs.-1,900 forward; prices declined 6d to is per head; essrs. Peck, Hudson and Ilaynor report:-Fat. Cattle.-Market opened brisk at last week's rates, and closed 10s to 20s up. Wte sold 32 Heyfield bullocks, averaging...

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

Holloway's Ointment and Pills Sure Relief.-The weak and enervated aulfer severely from nervous afleetiotis when storms or atmospheric listi;r bancos prevail Neuralgii, gouty pangs, and rheumatic pains, very dis tressing to a delicate system, may be, readily removed by ruhbing this Oint. meat upon the anrected and adjacent parts after they have been fomented with .warm water. The Pills taken. occasionally in the doses prescribed by the instructions, keep the digestion in order, excite a free flow of healthy bile, and regenerate the impoverished blood with richer materials, resulting from thoroughly assimilated food, wanting which, the stroeggeet must inevitably noon sink. into feehleness, and the deli cate find it difficult to maintain exis tance. Holloway's Ointment and Pills are infallible remedies.

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NEVER RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 August 1883

Neven RETURN.-It is said that on nout. of every four real invalids whdgo to foreignr countries to recover health never return, except as a corpse. The undertakers,. next to the blotel-keepers, hove the most proftihablo lusiness. This"excessive mor tality may be prevented and patients savedt and cured under the careof friehds andl loved eiaes at hmne, if they will.but use Hop Bitters in time. Road. T'he single eyeglass is worn by thel dude. The theory is that he can. s?s with one eye much more than ho canm comprehend. A vigilant sentinel is posted at thei door of a picture gallery with strict orders of the customary character. A slflit-s.ear conms along, and is promptly halted, " Here, sir, you must:nuleav yolr vcane at tlhe door 1! " But my friendl I lhvsnt got ally cane." " '[Then go. iack antd getone. No one is allowed to pass ill here ncleos hI leaves his cane, at the door. Orders is orders."

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 August 1883

C(UllgM I1IAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPOROTS. Messrs C. Mackintosh and Co. report: Fat'cattle were selling exceedingly well, last week. Store cattle wore sellingi about the same as the previoua week. HIorses, right sorts aud ages in good de. mand, but weeds unsaleable. Fat'shebp in fair deimand, stores very dull of sale. Pigs remain about the same; -',We held ouir isual'sale atbTraialgon on Monday, 20th inst., and our yards were crowded with. cattle, nearly all of which -we cleared out at highly satisfactory prices, as' follows :--Fat bullocks, medium weightse and quality, to L7 15s; light weights toL6.l15ia ;.3ycar old steers to L3 13s; 2 to 2¼ year steers, to L216s; springers to L5 10s; store cows to L3. sie.; other descriptions same rates. We &old at oui; Bond-street yards on Satur day, in conjunction with' .essrs Camp bhell, Pratt, ; and Co., on account of M. Mackintosh, Esq., of Bushy Park, the celebrated draught stallion " Big Gun," and draugh:t colt, i Surpris...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 August 1883

BIRTH WUILLEMIN - At her residence, Delta, Briagolong, on 21st August, Mrs Wuillemin of a son. Both doing   well.

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

Trade Notices. RAYMOND'S SEWING_ _MACHINES T HE undersigned, SOLE AGENT for, these favorite MACHINE S, Has just RECEIVED a SUPPLY, s88 Wll as an assortment, of.' Needles, Oil, Bobbins, Shuttles, Sc.;, These Manhine?' have, now been many years before the 'rpublic, and, reference is cnfid8ently made to every onoTwho has'the ood fortune to own RAYxsr0. as to the satisfaction they' have invariably gven-. Melbourne List Prices free of rcarriage F" ? :F:OCAsH.' Arrangements for Timeiepayment. to responsible buyers'. ALEX: MORJSON, OHNS O ST R EE T, M A 'F F R A. ECITON :'.TNATROPMI. IF YOU WANT. A GOOD PHOTO GRAPH,. WATTS' NHEW PORTRAIT ROOMS, FOSTER - STREET, Where you are sure of: getting a true likeness. combined with superior finish and all the Newest Melbourne Improve meonts Owing to his new style of operating, E. WATTS is quite independent of the weather, not having, as under the whole style, to wait for a fine day, but custom'ers can come in any weather, and rest assured of getting...

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PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. Wednesday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 August 1883

PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. Wedniesdany Morning. Mr Tucker ?uii thle. , -gislati;; "As sombly, neio'i'dVihe abofil,' r;inling of the Malice Pisstbrcl" 'Leusie Bill- Mr 1noIntyre.thought' it .'ns generally? con ceded:tliat.tloe, bill- 'wa sbuilt oi very fair lines. -H: e was' of, oliinion that some alterationishould e made' in the proposals regarding:thoe resuiiption of landfor mining'purposes, as the opin ion was very generally lield, thlt whlnii theimallie .became 'opened up andl set tied; auriferous-ground would beo:die cbvered'there, and he':therefore" urged, that graiter facilities should' "bo'avail aIle to mliners who mliglit wish to.pros: pect the ground M. r. M'Lean. thought' tlil Minister of Lands deserved:the thanks ofio the House and of the country for the prompt manner in.which:he had dealt swith the nmallee, questioln. He thought it was very much to bh' regretted that the questioni had .not-.ohiedi settled..some years ago,foriiii his oplifion theo ruinil?i' partial ruin?pf.imany...

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