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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 3 September 1883

GOVERNMENT. GAZETTE. The application of Joseph Ryall for Sacores, Maffra, 'under "The Land Act 1869" has been. refused. The applica tion of James Long for 80 acres Bria golong, has been, withdrawn,, and the land declared open for selection on 14th Sept. inst. at 9 a.m., subject to pay mient of valuation. The following leases under sectio6n 200of "The Land Act 1869" are in arrear :-Fred Cole, W. Campbell;, Maf'ra ;Robert Fullerton, Glenmaggie; Robert Gibbs, Donald Grant, Wa-de lockli Donald Grant, Maffra; Patrick Kelly, Glenmaggie ; Charles Lee, Miffra ; J. IH Morrison, Maffra John F. * McManus, Glenmnaggie ; David Russell, Toongabbio South,' Carl. RumplU; Glenmaggie ; Charles Smith, Maffra : Daniel Sullivan, Glenmaggio, Janies L. Tullook, Briagolong.; Charles Bryant, Wa-de-lock; Edmund Cahill, Briagolong ; Ewan Camoron, John. I. Clarke and Donald Cameron,. Wa-de lock; Arthur Clark, Tinamba ; W. H. Goodwin, ToongabbieNorth ;John D. Heywood. Toongabbie South; Albxan der Henry John Hie...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 6, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 September 1883

THURSDAY ' MORNING. SEPT. 6188. Nobiwthat'thsre are an increased nun bar of councillorefteotake part in the shire buainess, and as this fact will pQst likely lead to -increased discusion, 5d prolonthe, tim:e of' the meeting, it iG very gratifying.. to notico that ssrent cotinoillori yditerday spoke very itro~nl1 on 'the advisability of attending pui tually at the hor appointed, 11 a'm. le are certain that-all councillors will s5 the necesity'of the businoess boginning near that hour as cii possibly h effected, seas to allow those councillors, who hvre ota iderable distanioes to travel, to Itat inamewards at'a reasonable hour. : q] pcillor .Eocles will no doubt ecei~e the hearty thanka of the residents tof Mefffa1 pand his oinstituenta gonerolly, or tho.e notice of motion tabledby hiomySlter day, to be brought forward at next menet isgof the' Shire council, We refer to proviing streot lnaps for the townshipio Matfrn, which in dark nights are ce5t0 mIoch required, and will be regarded...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 September 1883

MELBOURNE :STOCK REPORTS' Si (Br ELriKlao .TRLORAPH.).;.... .i; ...Wednesday Evening_,, Messis. A. M'Leanand Co. report: Fat' Cattle. - 1,640 h''iead, forward.' Last, week's prices'were fully :maiin tained. ' We, sold Mr"'Jas. Boland's bullocks to L10 17s Gd, averaging :L9 12s, and cows at L6 7Ts 6d; bullooks from Manfr to' L10 8dio ??". , ''; Mr. E.' A.: Paterson reports:-Fat Cattle 1,650 head forward. ; ngod quality: in. demand, and: salen s brisk slightly in advainie on larst week's.'' I sold, 13 for Mr Maccintosh to L7 i1s; 11' for Mfr Crisp "to' L9 5; ' 6 from Sale, and 2,cows"fr Mr Clarkie to 'Ld 15s. PFat Calves.-80 forward; sales dull. I sold 9 from Bacchus Marsh: Fat Sheep.-16 0.i0peneriiid, and last week's rates will apply. * Fat Iambs. 2,006 to liand:; 'bidding 'lack, iad re duied rates had to be submitted to. Messrs. Peck, Hudson and Aaynor' report i-Fat.- Cattle up 19s; 'quality prinipally inferior and middling;' We sold 11 bullocký for Messrs Freyatt Bros., averaging L...

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EARTHQUAKES AND TIDAL WAVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 September 1883

EiARTHQuAES AND :TIDAL WAVES. The recent. extraordinary and alarm ing volcanic eruptions,, which have oc curred at Cracatoa, an island in the Straits ofSuinda, and the destruction of the town of Anger on the north west coast of Java, by the influx of a great tidal wave, have caused universal consternation in all parts of the world. By:cable messages from New Zealand, Brisbane, 'Sydney and Adelaide, we learn that a: tidal. wave, made, its ap pearance at Northern New Zealand, and a sharp shock of earthquake was felt at Pates, a town about 100 miles north of Wellington. At Brishane on Wednesday,'a severe shock of. earth quake was also felt, and in New South Wales on Thursday severe shocks were felt in various parts of the colony, buil. dings being severely shaken. In South Australia also several earthquakes have been felt, and as Victoria is situated in the line of these different convulsions it is hard to say whether or not we will escape a visitation. Considering the absorbing intere...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 September 1883

MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Meseas.' Oreig eand) Muray, lield :their usual weekly grain sale on Tuesday last and sold as follows; ' Oats, good' fe~d,.:3s'ld"?to 3e 4d ;:pa'i en Bd; do grey, 4i' lOd-. ' Thefather'of an Irli stildent, seeing his soin act stupidly " Wh'," sirrsh,' says he,"did you ever ?sno ?o ~'a6 wheno Iwasa,boy+ " .I w ?oo. o

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) VIENNA, 3rd September. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 September 1883

!EUROPEAN -TELEGRAMS, r:VieNNc, 3rd:September. I.The fineral of, the ?bmte?de. Cham-: bord, "wlo died at . Frohadorf .onr the b 24tliultitib, :took place to-day,, in ac cordance with previousar arrangement~s. at Goritz, near Trieste,:. where.Charles. X.,'of !France. died. and was.. buried.! Owing to. tlihe directionsleft?'by the; deenased; that hise nearest! relativeo: bshould ans'rchief mourner, the Comte de Paris ailititi theormemnleiaof the Orleans'family didnot attend the oboe quies. ; m: S'IDespitethe stiingent 'easures which`; havebeen:adopted: by the Government for the suppression of the AntihMagyar: mianifestations' in: Croatia,'. there has been;frequent':and contitiudu:rioting in many 'parts'-of the provihce;,where, public feeliing genierally is greatly ox cited . .: : i : `,'LoNDONr, 4th' September. TThe latest: intelligencofiomim Aniam. is:that '15,000' Chinese, troops.: who. were rocenitly;reported as having crossedi the fli ntier, :are now advancing; om Haipliong; one, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 September 1883

Auctions. FAT AND STORE CATTLE. '3rAFFRA, FRIDAY, ITr SEPT... IA M'LEAN and CO. will Sell at their . , yards- N , i 20 Prime Fat Bullocks sna'Cow.?' 30 Superibr Stera and Bullocks. 20 Good Heifers and Cows. 40 Superior Bullocks, 4 years old, 20 Splendid'Cows, inearly a' .2.. Suporjor.. puroebred, Berkshire * Sows, withpigs at foot. OTAE' -AND ?LAND "'FOR SALE. ' TMAFFRA. FRIDAY, SEPT. 7. A ,_M'LEAN and CO. will sell at their X. yards, for Mr H. Jamiscon (who is going to settle ii'Queensland-' ' His valuable property.inMiffra town ',- ship, consisting of good Cottage, 6 S1 rooms, andhalf-acreof and. Also ' afother half-acre allotment adjoin ing above, both securely endlosed. A really nice property. , , CLEARING SALE. CLEARINQ SALE ALTON PARK, MONDAY, lOri 'SEPT. A M'LEAN and CO. have been in . structed by Mr John M Leaan (who is leaving, the district) to sell on 'the above date, all his Household Furniture, Horses,Buggy, do,, consisting of Drawing-room Suite. Handsome Carpet' Firt-ol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 September 1883

Coaches,, &c. 0S and CO.' A O CH'ES' l eave C RITERION HOTEL; S?~I to .IATINSDAL.,E '1.45 apm. doily (SPi l y excepted),' 'rriving' at binodalo at 7.30 p.m. Faro, 1Os. ''" All information, &c., at Cobl? ani d:o.?" Olce, Criterion Hotel, Sale. BOBElRTSON, )VAG NER-& 0Ow. Sale to mafEra and Newry: ROYAL MAIL. COACH will RUN DAILY betweeii above places, leaving Nowry daily'at 9.5 am., 1 affra 11.11 a.m., arriving at Slo at 12.45 p.m, and return thd'same day, leaving Sale on arrival of train for 3flae sand Neowry. passengers and parcels booked at the flloing placesj: salo, Criterion Hotel ;Malfa, 3 Knox' ;letropolitaa Hotel; and at. Rawln's Newry Hotel ., lorJ. tFISHER.. IIEYTIELD TO MaAFFRA. i mHE Conveyance between: the above "Jplces will be DISCONTINUED ntil further notice. Any parcelsthat an be forwarded on horoback will be duly delivered. All parcels meot be pe-id, eo oay for Seaton or Glenmiggiewillbe rwardnled byH lfakifeld ' JAMES,KING,: - . : Molnian.. R...

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MAFFRA CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 September 1883

!APpRA CRICKET' CLUB.: A committee meeting was rheld o0 Tuesday evening' at the Metropolitan Hotel, for the purpose of considering the conditions aitteding the playing of the matches for the Ohallenge Oup;: to be presented by the proprietors of the Gippeland Tii.'" ' Present-Mesarse:.. M'Lean, Wal Ile, Bleck, Shpherdsono, 'itchelmorei and Borthwick. On the motion of Mr Beck, seconded by Mr N. M'Lein; the chair was tlaken by Mr Wallen. The minutes *of last meeting were read and confirmed. Mr:Beck repor ted that the matting would be repaired and put in good order for playing in' a few days. The letter from Mosarsa Ford snd Overend, was then readc and.'the conditions discussed seriatim: Rules 1, 3,4, 6, 7, 8, Q, were egreed to without asy alteration; .:In rule 2, it was deci ded that it' be alt`ied' to ria-i-- That any clul wininigthe greatest number f lmatches in 6he slaisoh .be, the final hoders .of ;thi' Ouip ' 1lo , w:as agreed to, with the additiott-'" To ar range prograntume of n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 September 1883

Trade Notices. RAYMOND'S SEWING MACHINES. T HE undersigned, SOLE Aom?r for these favorite MA.OH I NE S, Has just RECEIVED & SUPPLY, as well as an assortment 'of Needles, Oil, Bobbins, Shuttles, &c. These Madchiness have, -'now. been many years before the, public, and referdfce is 'confidently made to every one who has .the good fortune to own BD vsuoaw, e's tot te satisfaction they have invariably given. Melbourne List Prisfree of ecarriage , Fos .ss. iArrangements forTimep-ayment to responsible buyers. ALEX.:?] MOR ISO N, J O HN SON-STREET, WACTCHES, : CLOCKS, iJEWELILERY, .:ETOC, S DRAKEFORD, Fosve:r STRhr, SALE ((nexst :the' Corner), has on hand a wall-selected.Stock of ENGLISH LEVERS; AMERICAN WALTHAM, GOLD Ans SILVER, LADIES' GOLD JEWELLERY, SILVER JEWELLERY Of every description Cheap I . WEDDING PRESENTS, .a;,. &to. OLOOKS 'of all kinds HANDSOME GILT MARBLE WOOD, CARRIAGE,. &o., &dc. LATEST NOVELTIES !i ALL Goons Nw uN oinam ?roareeo 'Ta...

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MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY 5TH. SEPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 September 1883

- ERFn8HIsnHRE aOUNOuIL. :g....., DY :W, ei Y.. .TI.. .SEP. ....... :..... The annual mneetingrof the Council wadlold yestrday for the.etectiontof prenident. T..he ge.tlemn rieturned as councillorsta tlio ele6t fon'weCojresent as follows :-Meeitilt' TLidy, Linton, Hd6tctan' ILmb Macfhrl4no, COar ns ter, Schroeder, G;. Davis,, and Dr. Ecoles.,Theaeerg tart' read the .return of elections for councillors, and stated that before proceedingt to the electiod' of president,"it'watld'be'?nece?saryr to fix the amounti tof tliipresidential al lowance for thei ler''""' On the .otionof Cr Horataan, Cr. Dawise w*a appointed chairman. S r: 'Horatman nioved;that,thid presi dent's all'wancdifor the?'sex "giar be ;. Dr. ,EQcle .thought ,L45, would,,be' little enougli fo'r the"piesideht's allow ance; e: tie 'Couiiril ` ould'ibow-cod?iiiik of nind lirs instead of six. ,.":,;, .l Or. Lintdn approved of . Or; Ecoles Or. Landy sid under ordinary cir cutima?tuned, i 0 w::tild bie sufficiient; but there we...

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TOONGABBIE [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 September 1883

TOONGABBIE" Ariow i conanroaoecfr) " The injury to the dlcolnotivo engine liha ciusedha considebable delay"in the works to the contractor on the Keyfield line, Ibesidee the heavy, cost .its 'repaii ;ill"entail. In the .nmeantime, they: have procured the loan of a Govirnnient engine at a heavy iental;l to earry' oi. the ballasting.'' Altogethiei. Messrs.. Moliinoand King have beeninther un-. fortunato, codnsidering the large?iumber of'sleepersedestroyed by-fire, and other 'casualtie's.:' " Coming oventsciast their sehadbws: hbefore," is, anr old proverb; and: ?wase. never morer applicabloi than atý tho present time. as regards the future Land: Laws of this colony ;recent Govern. ments, to stave o1f"a difficulty they felt unable to cope with,. resorted to the tactics of re-enacting the-amended Act, but sooner, or later; the work of placiing: the Laud' Legislation of this colony upon a firmt lasting and equitahle foot ing, must be- carried out. Nor is it probable that this will be succ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 September 1883

RAILWAY NOTICE. Train' now leaveo SALE at 7.5 an. Mand 47 p. Thy are duo at SLE at 1.45 and 10.35 p. pmTain lavo Melbourne at 7.40 a.m. and 427 p.m., and nro duo in' Mlbourno a1 w9Pro and 10,50 p.m.

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MAFFRA MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 September 1883

MAFFRA MEOHANIIC' IN STITt TE. A meeting of committeo was hold at Shire Hall at 8 p.m, on Friday evening. last. Present-Dr. Ecolhe (president) in the chair, Messrs. Thomson,. Jones, Carpenter, Borthwick,, andil the Se., .Mr Bartold, who read the minutes of. previous meeting; which w?re duly'con firmed. Mr Bartold tendered his resignation as secretary. After many expressions of regrot' from those present, at so soon losing liik valuable services, and paying. him a high compliment upon the able and obligiing manner in which he liid per forn?ed the duties of that oflice,f:the resignation was, on the motion of Mr Thiomson, seconded by Mr Jones, ac 'cepted by the meeting. It was resolved that a letter from the committee be written and forwarded to Mr Bartold; expressing tile great and general satis factin feltby' all, ivith the punctual, competent and highly gratifying man ner .in which lihe had coniducted ' tho affairs of the Institute; while occupying the important position of Secretar...

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 September 1883

sPORaTING INTELLIGENCE. For the .BairnsdaloSiras' Produce Stakes,.1866, the following nominations. have been made from this district:--Mr Geo. Davis' Mercury, and Mr E. A. Johnson Biu's The Diver;. At the Caulfield Cup meeting in Octo ber, Mr H.' G. Glasaford's "b - by Wollemai-Lady Manners Sutton, and MAr G. Davis' b c by the Gondolier Alice Drew, are nominated for the Great Foal Stakes. .In the Caulfield, Guineas, the Hon. W. Pearson has, nominated his b f Quality by the Pro fessor-Dolores. '' For the Moonee Valley Races, the firstmeoting to be held on Mr 'Cox's new course, on, 15th inst., 3Mr J. McGrade's b g Pride, 'aged, is ontered for the Handicap Hurdle Race,( of 50 sovs. one mile and three quarters; and for the Ascot Handicap of 50 sov., six furlongs, the hon.. W Pearson's ch g Liddington, 4 yrs. and J. ,McGrade's b h Ard Righ 4 yrs arie amongst the entries. Mr J.. McGrade's Pride is also nominated for. the, Great Water Jump Handicap Steeplechase of 50 sovs. two miles. The H...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, 6th September. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 September 1883

EUROPEAN 'TELEGRAMSS; . 1 (Aoe.) . " LoHio, 6thi Septiiber. .b The British troops recently sent to the Zulu frontier,,to prevent the.spread of hostilities, have received orders to oiter a the' Reserved Toerritoriy, where Ceto- I wayo';s forces are concentrated,. and to wa(chthe nmovenments of that chief. Sir Harry 'Parkes, tihe newly ap pointed Britislh 'inister to China,.has k arrived at Shanghai and'cill proceid a forthwitli to Pokin. a An investigatin lias. been made int' the poisoning of a' !umber of lalb?ors, , wlio were working in a field near Now v RItss, iiis the county of'Woxford.. '.It' now appears prolable thait tle: poison ing was the result of an accident; It is reported that an engagement has taken place at Hanoiibetween the French troops and the Anamites. It resulted in the repulse of the French. g . Lonox, 7th:November. The Marquis of Hartington has ox pressed his opinion that France has not a satisfactorily explained the 'actioi of a Admiral Pierre in detaining thli...

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BRIAGOLONG. September 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 September 1883

BRIAGOLONG. (ro'N- 00 oOwn connmisrnDENT.) September 1.: The general report of the Tariff Comrn. mission'that just appears in the " Age," baffles all expectations. We knew the Protectionist members of the commis ibon ihad withdrawn in 'sheer hopeless.: ,ness and disgust, leaving the represen-. tatives of the so calleddFreetradd havq it all their own way, but we were not. prepared to see such a short.sighted. piece of imbecility.. Woolen fabrio, gloves, silks, imachinery,. agricultural implements, tire. works, clay pipes (I), combs, shingles and sawn pickets, fruit (fresh,. dried or preserved),, honey, potted" meat,' tropical fruits, grain, stock, &c., are to be imported. without duty and the loss of revenue arising therefrom, is to be made up by taxa tion on: local produce. The duty on spirits distilled here will be 'raised to ,7s Gd and Os per gallon; beer, 2d; local; grown tobacco leaf ls per lb. in addition to is when manufactured: This is like choking again a dead.man, b...

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MAFFRA COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 September 1883

MAPFRA" COURING:O? LUB A committee meeting of the abhove, was held on Friday afternoon at 5 p.m. at the Metropolitan Hotel. Present. ?Messrs. WVallen, Thomson, Creaton, and Love, lion see.; Mr Thomson in the chair.: The minutes of previous meet ing huring been redd and confirmed, the chairman read-i letter rceived; by the Iron sec. from the secretary.of the Vic torian Coursing Cluljrequesting the co-operation and assistance of the Maffra Club in procuring several' alter ations in the Amending Dog Act Bill now in course of beiing dealt with in the Legislature. , Thae petition drawn up by the Victoriani Obursing Club em bodying the views of that body on the question was also read. Afteri some discussion and consideration, ]Mr Wal len moved, secorded;biy Mr Creaton,- That a sub-committee consisting of Messrs. Wallen, Thomson,. Beck and Lqwe be appointed to draw p j'riport on the subject, to be presented to anid dealt with.by a: full .meeting of com mittee. Carried iinntimosily. Messrs....

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MAFFRA STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 September 1883

COMMERCAL %LLIQGRaNC. 3)LIP STOOIK REPORT. Messrs A. M'Loan and Co. report : ur yrds wer weoll supplied with cattle but se there were not many advertised bnre was a poor attendance of buyers, 00soueotly most of the cattle were rood o ut unsold; fat stock selling e?retelwll, but those forward weroe xtry fOrior. We sold fat cows, inferior r to doum, at from. £4 17s Od to £0 7s to MStore Cattle.-Cows from £2 to £2 1; gteers from £3 to £4 5C. We will WI" a splendid lot of cattle for sale next Friday, ide advertisemoent.

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 September 1883

MAIL NOTICES. Mails close at the 3Iafifra ost-orice for the following places as under: For Sale Roaedale, Trargon, 1 halla, Toongabbie, Melbourne, Ped Albert, Tarrnw illo, &o., at 1l a.m. daily For Stratford, Bairnsdale, Blruthen, Omeo, Grant, Dargo, eta, daily at 12.30 p.m. For Upper Malfh daily at 3 p. . For Hoyfleld Gleonmaggie, CoeWsr and Seaton, on Rtoesdayas Thursd5y, and Saturdays, at 3 p.m. lBriagolong, daily at 2.45 p.m. The Poat.offico is open for tolegram at 8.30 an,, till 8 p.0., closing bloetwo 1 and 2 0 and 7. Postal bus-n" front 9 .m. till ( pm. at the und rTails close for laffm at the mentioned places as under: Salo, at 1.30 p.m. daily. Briagolong, at 10.5 a.oo. daily. Nowr, at 0.0 am. daily. Stratord, at 3.16 p.m. daily. SHeyaold, 8.30 as.. TueDys, days, oand Saturdays.

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