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

Holloway's Pills.-This cooling medi cine has the happiest effect when the blood is overheated aid a tendency to inflaminatory: actioni is set up in tihe system'; onePill taken shortly. before dinner does away with the indigestion, fuliess, and flatulency-indications of a weak stomach, or disoidered liver. A few Pills taken at bedtime act "as altersa tires and aperients; they notonly relieve the bowels, but. regulate every organ connected with them, overcome all acrid humours, and encourage a'free supply of all the secretions essential to our well-being. - Holloway's Pillstlioroughly cleanse and perfectly regulate the cir culation, and beget a feeling of comfort in hot cliiates and higli temnperatures, which is most desirable for preservation otfhealth:. -; _ , '' Trade Notices. T. B ABBOTT. & CO. C HEC:H lM S TS,. DR .U:G G I S T S, DENTISTS, SALE AND' MAFFR A, I N THANKING the public for past o favors and soliciting a countinuance of the support so liberally accorded him, b...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE STORY OF AN OLD COAT, CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 September 1883

THE 'STORY'OF AN OLD COAT, (From Chambe,'s' Journal;). OCnlrteSa II. The ' furniture and things' were, a real god:send to, Mark and 'Pattle.: : SI'll' tell'you'what' ie'll do,' said thel liuisl;and..' : .e'll. sell' the' lot £I'1 give; overlooking after odd' jobs, and we'll ge: in:n assisted passage to Mol, .bourne. I've heard'. as' how there's heaps more chance for, a poor man iin Austrnlj,.'" ':I'm: willing to go" anywhere,' an swored Pattie, so long'as'we' can'only manage to stick together. .The' real and personal:estate of old Gelsworthy produced" about twenty-five ,pounds 'ilcaeshi-truly, ablessing to the extremelyi inpecunious, as anyone:will: know who ever had the bad' fortune to. stand in' urgent. want of a siinilar amount, and the good fortune to come into it unexpectedly just in the hour of need. The :last thing disposed of was the. heavy drab overcoat;, by pri vate treaty-with Mr Isaac. Solomons, (ealer in gnylhing.u S'Well, what do you want for.it l' inquired' 'Mr Solomo...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 September 1883

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. It is notified. that within one month from 5th Sept., 1883, the period from let September to 15th December in eah year (both dates inclusive), will be proclaimed a close season for the fish known as "black fish." The following lands will be sold at the Court-house, Traralgon, on Mon day, 15th October next, at 11 .a.m.: Toongabbie,parishof ToongabbieNorth, county of Tanjil; upset price, £4 per lot; charge for survey, £1. Lot 39, area 2r, allotment 4, section 16. Lot 40, area 2r, allotment 5, section 17. Parish of Winnindoo, 19th section block of Mr T. Wright, junr..; upset price, £1 per acre; charge for survey, £5 2s. Lot 42, area 101a. Or..33p., allotment 21D, section 20; valuation, £93 10s.-Suburban lot adjoining the township of Toongabbie; upset price, £2 10s per acre; charge for survey £1. Lot 44, area 4a. Sr. 39p., allotment 1A. New licenses under section 49 of "The Land .Act 1869" approved: Thomas Collins, 14a, Glonmaggie, £2 18s Od; George Green, sonr., 20a...

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

Auctions. OLEARING SALE. CLEARING SALE ALTON PARK, THIS DAY, SEPT. 10, A M'LEAN and CO. have been in . structed by Mr John 31-Lean (who is leaving the district) to sell on the above date, all his Household Furiiture, Horses, Buggy, &c,, consisting of Drawing-room Suite,:. Handsome Carpet. First-class Piano (nearly new). Oval and Gipsy Tables. Poles, Curtains, et'. Large Double Iron Boastesds, with -. -Spring Mattresses. Chests of Drawers, dining Table, Chairs, Sofa, Clock, etc SWashhand Stands and Ware co'n, plete. :, ..... Large Linen Press, Child's Cot, Kitchen Utensils, Meat.,Safo, and - sundries. Two large Iron Tanks. Strong folding seat Buggy (nearly new), Pole, Shafts;,?double:and single Harness. 8 Saddle and Harness Horses, in eluding two buggy pairs. Timne of salo-12 o clock sharp, Luncheon provided. . CLYDESDALES AND THOROUGH- BRED" STALLIONS FOR SAI. 3AFFRA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 14. A M'LEAN and CO. will sell at their Syards . For W. Clement, Esq.- 1 Grey Colt, rising 2 y...

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

Coaches, &C and "CO.'s' OCOAHES loavo SALE to BAIRNBDALE, 1 :45 p.m. dly (sunday :excepted), arriving at r .at" A.30 pm.r ":Faro,r10s, '! ', All informatioi ,c.,,at Cobbl and Co a Oe, Criterion Hotl, Sale? sale to Naifr. and"Newtry, ROYAL :MAIL." COACH will RUN 'PAILY between abovepplaces, leaving Nowry dailybiat 9,45 an., naIfh 11.15 :eaIn:, arriving nat Sale at 12.45 p.mI, and return the samo day, leaving Salo on arrival of 1trainfor Ilaffra and Neary.' '':': Ponoengers and parcels: booked at 'theo following places :-- " Sale, Criterion Hotel ;. affra, J Knox's DMetroplitan Hotel; and at 'Rawlin' Nowry Hotel. 3L "FISHER HEYFIELD TO 3AFFPRA. HE Conveyance' between the above T places will" be' DISCONTINUED antil further notice::- Any'parcoel that can be forwarded on horbhack will be duly delivered. All parcels :mustboprea'd d and any for Seatoei ort Olenmaggiewill be Sorwarded by H MaIxBfild.. "JAMES KITNG,r : ROYAL MAIL" COACHES. TOONGABBIE :TO.- SEATON A COACH eaves the To...

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MAFFRA HORSE PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 September 1883

MAFFRA HORSE PARADE. The establishment of a show and parade of entire horses, both draught and thoroughbred, has been a good deal talked over amongst farmers and breeders in this district for the past year or two. Seeing that Maffra is so favorably situated in the very centre of an extensive, rich, and populous agricultural district, it is somewhat surprising that such a movement was not carried into execution before this time. We can only suppose, for we   can think of no .other cause for this apparent supineness and neglect of the interests and progress of the district, that excessive modesty alone has been the reason of their prolonged inactivity in this respect. But now that Messrs. A. M'Lean and Co. have - in response to a written request from several of our local breeders and owners of stud horses - so readily come forward with their timely and valuable assistance, we trust and have no doubt, but that all residents in the district will use their best endeavors to ...

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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, SEPT. 10, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 September 1883

THE MONDAY MORNING, SEPT..10,1883 We beg to draw attention to the impor tamt clearing sale of household furniture, honres, buggy, ic., at Mr Jobh MA'Loan's residence, Alton Park, near Sale, this day. Friday next bids fair to be one of the busiest daysyet seen in Maffra, if we are tojudge by the number of cattle that will then be forward for sale : also the num ber of valuable young entire draught hones advertised to be sold on that day; and lastly, the fact of Friday next lbeing the day appointed for holding the parade of entire horses, which will no doubt be attended by the great majority of re sidents of the district. The number of fine draught and thoroughibred stock to be exhibited on the occasion, ia expected to be large, and will assuredly receive' esnest attention and close examination froa all interested in such stock. We observe that Messrs. A. M'Lean and Co. hrve advertised over 1000 head of cattle. already, which number will, in all pro-, lability, be considerably augment...

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HOW TO GET WELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 September 1883

HoW TO GET WELL.-Which is an swered in three words-Take Hop Bitters! Read. The demand for the great American remedy, Hop Bitters, in this part of the world has become so great that the Hop Bitters Co., whose headquarters are at Rochester,, New. York, U.S.A., have been compelled to open a laboratory in Melshourne. It will be in charge of 3Mr. M. H. Van Berg, a gentleman of several yars experience with this com pany and the trade may he assured of receiving goods equal to the parent, house,. and the most courteous treat nient. The H. B. Co., have establish ments at London, Paris.;Antwerp, Bel gium, Breda, Holland and Toronto, and their bitters are probably the best known medicine in the world.

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CAPITAL PUNISHMENT.—IS IT DESIRABLE OR NECESSARY? MR. LANDY'S PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 September 1883

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT.--IS IT DESIRABLE OR NECESSARY? 3MR.. LANDY'S PAPER. In bringing this subject before you 'as one for'discussion, I do so believing it to be one worthy of your serious consideration, and would therefore ask attention for the views I may put before you,.at the same titme forming your own opinion (as all should) as to their correctness or justice. I will .briefly glance at the principal reasons 'givchi :for the infliction of capital punishinent: let. The necessity that exists to protect society from outrage ani murder. 2nd. That it is necessary to-detei those who maybe criminally disposed, the fear of the gallows acting as apreventive to the crime. 3rd. That -it is the punishment due to the crime, andtl is richly deserved by those who iay criminally take human life. These are the reasons summnrised given by those who uphold capital punishmmnt. .In reply to the first reason; the pro tection of society, I uphold the right and necessity of the State giving full "tand am...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS (AGE.) LONDON, 10th September. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 September 1883

Er&bOPZEAN ; TELEGRAT5I. (AEo.) S , LosnDa, ;10th September. The Marquise Tsiaengrreturned here, from Paris to-day. Nothing is yet known regairdingtihe decision of the French: Cabinet,v in referenceto thd Chinese Ambassador's proposals. ' {Th Ssrsa Govtrinent have expelled Miss Booth and ,Missr Qharlesworth,r two prominent members of theailvatipn Ai-niy "ho'had: i'beei["e enid?aed esta?l lishing branches of the army in the various cantons. This. atop. hmi beei taken by the Government owing to the state; of public.fpeling againso the Sal-' vationists, which recently led to breaches of the peace at Geovna ' ,'M onsieur! Tricon,t 'wiho .was recently appointed ?French' Mini'ister at Pekii;' and who had an interview at Shanghlai with LLi Hung:hang;:the. commander of the Chinese forces. on which occasion; the latter complained that he had been, nslteiid,'isibeer,, recallld, and will, be replacedbsy MonsieurJulesPatenotro atb present' French: Minihter' it Stibk holm. ' . r LONDON, ...

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

AJSTCaoT OF SALES BY. AUCTION To.oMnono (FODAY) t ollewig will be submittod to Publio Auction at blaiTra, commencing at 12 o'clock noon : ClydordslS and Thorou hbred .Stal lions. Also, 20 primo Int Bullocks ndl Cows, 14 Fat Oowa, 20 hal f-fat Bullocks. 300 Hereford Bullocka, 14 Working Bullocks, 300 largo-framed Bullocks, 40 splendid Bullocks, 00 Steers and Bullocks, 30 Cows and IIoifors, 50 good Bullocks. . Br M nssR . Ecosa.S, Lrr?TLs & o. 40 Bullocks, 12 .fat Bullocks, 5 fat Cows. Br n?ss. B GctrrcIDO, .tAD Co. g0 Bullocks, etc. AT SALE ON SATURDAY. . Br ~sEsr-s. ENoLISh, PECK' AND C. Store Cattle, Fat Cattle, Milch Cows, Heilers, Stoors, Horses, &o. ýBr Measaa. Il GOUTu?nItlir ANr C. Fat and Store Cattle, Milkers and Springers, Sheep and Lambs, Pigs, floraes 8e RAILWAY NOTICE. Trains now loavo SALE at 7.55 am. and .47 p.m. They are duo at SALE at 1.45 pt. and 10.35 p.m.-'.: Trains leavo fMelbourne at 7.40 n.?. and 4.27 p.m., and aro duo in Melbournio at:.0 p.m. a...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 September 1883

MAIL NOTICES. Mails closo at thi MafIin post.ollice for the following places as undur :- Fer Sale Rosodalo, TPr:alo, Waf halls, Toongablio, 3elhourne, lolt Albort, Tarravilluo, o., at 11 a.m. daily. Fior Strtford, liairnedalo, Ilruthen, Omoo, Grant, Dargo, etc., daily at 12.30 p.m. For Upper MIafira daily at 3 p.m. For HToyfiold, Glounmaggio, Cownar, and Seaton, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 3 p.m. IBriagolong, daily at 2.43 p. m. .Theo Pot-oflico is uoln for tolouratOs at 83:10 a.l. till 8 p.1t., cloaig lot 0'0 -nld 2 111 a ld I aidL 7. Postal ll?u-lil frola a. 1. till 0 p. m. MIaill cloao for olrrin at the undue zlontionotld placs iaandor : Salo, at 1.30 p.m. daily. , Briagolong, 'at 10.5 a.m. daily; Nowry, at 0.130ia. t,i daily. Stratford, at I8.151.m.. daily. . IToyfold, 8.30 i.lm. Tueadays, ThaUb danys, and oaturdays.

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

Trade Notices. T. B. ABBOTT. &, CO. O C HE.MIS.TS, D R U GIG I S TS, DENTISTS, SALE AND MAFFRA, IN THANKING the public for past favors and soliciting a coutinuance of the support so liberally accorded him, bogs to call attention to his SPE Clirrres, many of which (more pmrti cularly his Chlorodyne, Antibiliou Pills, and Odontalgins) have commanded alarge sale forthelastfourteenorfiftooenyears,and proved equal if not superior to all other preparations of the kind his OHLORUDYNE is pronounced by emin ent physicians and all who have used it, superior to any similar preparation. It speedily relieves in whatever organ and whatever cause, pain and produces a feeling of comfort and quietude not obtainable by other remedies, allays irritation of the nervous system, creates a calm refrealing sleep, and there are no bad effects. It acts like a charm in Diarrhoea, Dysentry, Colic, Spasms Palpitation, and gives almost immediate relief in Bronchitis, Asthma, Neuralgia, Hysteria, Whooping...

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CHARTERS' TOWERS. QUEENSLAND, August 17, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 September 1883

CHARTERS' TOWERS. ----+-- (rooM, A tcolii.Rroi NEnT.) QulrI::sliA , Atlgust 17, 1883. The geplfild of Clhattern Towers. NortliernlQuecnslialnd, is situated about 80 miles S..S by west of Townsville, Cleveland" Bay, with which port it is connected rby a railway, the shliarp culrves and., gradient of' the lineo is a niatter of some surprise to new arrivals. The country througli whichl it passes is comnparatively' flatl the" timber sparse and stunted,. tlihe grass at this time of the year brown and. dry, and the soil harren ,looking. A more dreary.and uninviting hlldscape to tny oneo acc.s tomed to the green growtlhs of Gipps land rarely meets the eye. Nor dloes the Burdeklin, one of' the largest northern rivers,, and which the lilie crosses about 11 iles fromn Charters' Towers, gr?attly imipre.s the beholder' althouighl pointed'out to the visitor in excited and admiring tones of voice. The bed of the river is wide and shallow; allowing an extensive view of iare: rocks anthi saandy lna...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 September 1883

N.MELBURNB ,SOOK BEPORT8 .... (1 y94.,,ro'a TsLInAP.. Meosrs?b .'iMtain ad C0o.oreport': Fat Cattle': l1720 'thead forward. f 'ri4a foll'frbom '£stol26s6a ab)&;d Woodside ipwi to ,?£,2s, d, averagi?g Mr. E. A. Paterson reports :-Fat enair tlhn .?eat week. Fat CaIvee. 120 forward, and reduced rates hal to be submitted to. ,Fat Sheep.-11,000 penned.;: sates brisk at les.to J1. ;Od. above last week. Fat Lambs.-- 700 to hand; market dull.at reduced rates. Store Stock.-I sold at Cranbourne lest Friday, 7/th inst. 80 bullocko, at £4 3as 6d 30 steers to £3 15s; 40 cows, £2 "10e' ' o £3 8 5s'; `yearliegs from 27s to Os,; and an, tenad of workers at a satisfactory price.' ,:Messr.: Peck, Hudson, and aynor report :'Fat" Cattle.-Prices for Northerners :down 30s,' middlisig quality £1 ; a few' extra prime same as ao'eek. 'Wo sold 30 Heyfeld bul-' locks averagpng £10,1 9s 3d ;112 :from, outaside Gippsland, -to £13 15s. Od, Fat O'Ci4s',--.0 yarded, prices ,a littl4e easier; hbet very prim...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 September 1883

.Wedinsday. it is satisfactory to notico that Go vornmenlt is atl leiigth taiking the most stringent measurer to; provde aaieat the nuIierous:railway aciilents 'w:hibh loflate' hliab e,;als; l?it too fre quientl to induce any imiore charitable conclusion than that whichi points to the most culpable negligence on' the part .. of,';the, 'railvay'. officials. The oonwineo-diiver and pointsmaiei concerned in the iocreit mrailway 'adcidMt at New miare, aiosno, 'und~rgoiiiwitliir .trial at the City Police Court for' negligence tlirouigli' which it 'is nallged "the acci dent was occasioned; .If these officials are proven really guilty of- the charge hlaid againust thiion, it.is'to bes hoped a severe .,pneishlment'will bI awardeil tlihem as a deterrent of sucli terrible oe ourrences. It is iropbsed by thei Governmeon to deiioliash:the Melbourei gaol,. the laud' on which it stand??ieiing considered too valiuabl to li sio profitleis as at prei sent., Fbor the carrying; out of this e'cliemo?~'...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 September 1883

mELsBOUEq ' A'alMARKET . ,DMeuars:,Greig andMuacsayheld their usual weeklyvgrein sale on:.Tuesday last and soldi as, follows,:.-. .. ! . Barley,: feed;i i sd per bushel tniied do, 3 lOd, to.4s~( Oats, good feoed; s 2d per bushel.' Peas, 3s 8d ;do seed, 4s FILiALirLovea-There :s a not on earth any pioroelovely eight than tlids uthweared care.auld attentiono£childrenr toitheir parentse.4 Where filial love' is' i;nthQJelart,. w.ill anapwr for,.al the other ei?virtuieo No yohg' msan or woman will. turii:d basely, we sincei rely believe, who has parents respected ~and -baloved. .,A child' al'ectionate and dutiful will iiever hbring.tho gray hairs of 'his 'parents" to';thoegrave, The, wretch 'who breaks forth 'frdm whole isome restraintt, and disregards'tlif laws of hiscountr':aMusit ha?efirst disobeyed his parents, ohoweeeg .eitlher. lovo nor respech for ,thmin, .lt is eol4orm the, caslethat a dutiful soin.. is found. in the. ranks. of vice among, the wretched and degraded. ,-Filial love...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND AND PRESBYTERIAN PASTORAL AID SOCIETY OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 September 1883

CHURCHI OF, ENGLAND .AND ' PRE8BYTERIAN. PASTORAL. 'AID SOCIETY OF VICTORIA. A very numerously attended meeting on behalf of this society was held in? St. Jolin's Church, Matlra, on Tuesday evening, thie building being, quite full. The Roy. J. Hollis, who presided; said : The, last prayer of the Divine Re deeimer was for His church,-. "That they may be One, as Thou Father art il ale,. and I in Thee." To this blessed unity every true Christian lelonged.. We were Catholics in the truest sense-memblers of the Holy Cathliolio nd Apostolic Church. None may.deprivo-us of this honour; men inay qualify the term -by any profix,-as "RIlilmin," "English," or "Scotch;""' :Giftehr w were Catholic. iWhil'e'" we eought .to unchurch none, no; mani should unchurch us. This relationship, lirought with it a duty: We must love. all that love the Lord, Jesus Christ.. Practical sympathy would result; -such was the secret of this organisation.. It. brought into closer contact the grand. old Churches of En...

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

Auctions. TO MESSRS, A. M'LEAN A1ND 00.,. MfAFFRA. GENTLEMEN,--We the undersigneod owners of ENTIRE HORSES,-begg to request you to hold a parad. and Bale of Stalligs p4rly in September next :Tas. Olyne D. ?lasson . -II V. ,A:- W riggleswoith' v Thomas Carr -' .....Thomas Pollock - Philip Boland NOTICE, Show of Stallions, A a'LEAN ~ ei CO. 'beg to announce Sthat iq:oompliance with the above request, they will hold a PARADE ofl STALLIONS at .bIAFFRA on FRIDAY, 14th"Soptember, and will'feel obliged by intending*exhibitors sending in"names. and pedigrees, also full pIrticulars po, borses for sale as early as possible. = . The auctioneers will award 4 prizes to the grooms for beat groomed horses, two in each class, draught and blood, lst prize i£22s; 2nd, £1 le. The paradew cll'coinmiince at 10'o'clock' sharp. . OLYDESDAL S AND THOROUGH BRED STALLIONS FOIt SA " IAFFIA, -FRIDAY, SEPT. 14. SE aN.andCO. .will, sell.attlite For W. Clement, Esq:-:i; ? j Grey Colt, rising 2 years, by Big Gun (...

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

Coaches, o.": oBB n?id CO.'s COACHEBS lavoa cRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. dily (Sunday excepted), arriving at Boirslnlo at 7.30 p.m. : Faro,;lOa. Al information, &c., at Cobb and Co.'s 05ice, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WAGNER k'CO. : Sale to Maifra and Newry: I ROYAL MAIL?. , A COACH willRUN DAILY btween abovoe placs,.loaving Nowry daily at 1,45 a.,u., A ffara 11.15 ninm.i, arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and returnrthosaino day, leaving Sale on arrivalof train for Itaffn and Newry. Passengers and parcels booked at- the following places : Sale, Criterion Hotel Miffra, "J Knox's lMetropllitan Hotel;. ,and at ewlinr's Newry Hotel. . IEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. THE Conveyaceo between' thoe abhr I places will ha DISCONTINUED until further notice. - Any parceli thbpt can be forwarded on horsback will be duly delivercd. All parcels must -be o"propal and any for Seaton or Glonmaggil willhe. :arwarded by H Maflld. JAMES IoNG, i`: S Mailman;,t ROYAL MAIL COACHES;.?;, T...

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