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THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 September 1883

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH "-9--- In consideration of the very great interest just now. felt by all.classes in the questions between the Presbytery and thie Rev... Strong, and at the re quest of several influential members of the.Presbyterian Church here, we pub lish 'the following letter, addressed to the Editor of the "Daily Telegraph": Sir,--You are to he congratulated on your very able' articles in defene, of a muchbespatteredund Ulnlabhoredchurch. I take it for granted that by this time the general public is fully conviihced that-the mud thrown by the "Argus " is throw?: out of a spirit of bitter hos. tility to'Presbvterilnism. For a time it looked as: if its unreasoning malice was;kindled against a few individuals; but now, whln it sees those whoni it mostdelighthd to abuse selected by their brethren for special honour and special' trust, it turns its wrath against the systi~e, and speaks as if Preslyterianism as.s.method of church government, were still upon its trial. This ravi...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAFFRA CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 September 1883

MAFFRA GRICIK.ET CLUB. -4- A meeting of cominittee was Ileld atb thl Cniinden? Hotel on Monday even ig. Presenit-Dr. Ecles (cheirman) lIlisnsi Wallen, Beck, Thomson, N. illLean, Shepherdson, Palmer, B]orth wicLk anld M\litchelmore. Thle minutes of previous meeting. worn read tld conllirl?cd. A letter from llessrs. Ford and" Overend, in reply to tihe secretary of, this club, and enclosing amended con ditionsi under which the Challengoe Cup will. he competed for, was read and discussed. The amendnments adoptedl were in a great mneasure these altersa tions recolnended by the Mailir Club,. with the exception of the clause provi viding that the Cup must be won for two seasons before a, club becomnes its possessor, This provnso was not accepted by thn commnittee, and Nlr. 'Wallen mloved-- " That the 31alli'a Cluob could not saee its way clear to enter as a competitor for the Cup, when the content wann to lhr prolonged for another seeason." He believed this would have axvery injurious effe...

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

Auctions. FAT AND STORE CATTLE, SHEEP, ETo. IIAFFRA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 21. A "['LEAN and CO. will sell at their . yards 20 Prime Fat Cows. 5 ,, ,, Bullocks. 60 Splendid Bullocks, 4 and 5 years old, well bred, and in fair con ditiona. 100 lMagnificent Bullocks, from the Mitchell, 4 yeors'old. 40 Splendid Bullocks and Steers. 40 Superior Bullocks, 4 and 5 years uld, in good condition. Accotunt M.. . Aitken, Esq., Deight 40 Splendid dairy-bred Bullocks, all inoculated, in fine condition. Also, 200 Superior CrossbredEives, in splen did condition, to lamb early next moIth ; a good lot. 50 Primi Fat Crossbred 'Shoep. STORE CATTLE.. -YOUNG:, STOCK, ?HORSES, ETr. TRARALGON, MONDAY,'24To INST.: A LEANan,,d CO. will sell at their . nowLyards 150 Very superior Bullocks, 34 to 5 years. well bred, good colours, in good condition. 150 Very superior Spoyed Cows. 300 Steers and Heifers, 2 to 3 years, well bred, good colors. The above are all from oneo station, and are reported as being very good. - Als...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 September 1883

:Coaches, :&c. OBB and CO.'s COACHES. lnave S RITERION. HIOTEL. SALE to B?AIRNSDALE, 1.4t p.m. daily (Sunday; oltcb lod),' arriving at "aiY;lo at 7a,3 pt:n,. --- .Or:"c., , ' All information, &o. iat Cobb and Co 's Onice, Criterion Hotel, Saloe. ROBEIRTSON, WAGNER & CO. Sale to Maffra and Newry ROYAL MAIL.. COACH will RUN DAILY between A alove places, leaving Nowry daily at .45 4 in..l., 3afFl'ra11.15 .o., arriving at Solo at 12.41 p.1), and rotrn the samno day, leaving Sale oi arrival of train for latfra and Newry. Passengers amid parcels hooked at the following places : Sale, Criteriona Hotel,; ,Matl'n,J Knox's Metrolpolitan Hotel; and at Rawlin's .Newry Hotel. J. FISHER.... IIEYFIELD TO MIAFFRA. T HE Conveyance between? the above T places will be DISCONTINUED until further lnotice. Any parcels that can be forwarded on horaback will be duly delivered. All parcels nust'blo propaid, and any for Seaton or Glennmaggie will be 'aowardad by H Maxlleld. JAMES. KIN...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 20, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 September 1883

THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 20,1883 'ALTlUoan thorn is no School Board of Advice at present ino existence for this district, it Bimust not be supposed? that the inhabitants are indifferent in this matter. On the contrary, opinions - have hern freely expressed, and are yet liheld, that it is very desirable that such a body should never have boeen allowed to fall into abeyance. Into the quo$ tion of where the blame lies that there is now no Board of Advice to repro. sent the interests and requirements of the extensive district i which 3IMosis is included, we hlave no intention of entering. It.is enough to know that there has been great neglect, and we would oven say,. culpable neglilgnci showin in this respect. Some of those who'l lvo hconr working membllers of thlie Board seveoral years ago, say that whera they took an active interest in education Inatters in tlhe district, and fulfilled their duties faithfully, at the cost of consideraloe time and troulle, their representatrions to the ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 24 September 1883

GOVEERNMENT GAZETTE. A Post Office Savings" fank" ill be opened at Maffra on the let October prox., and the Post-mistress has been authorisid t'peirformo thedIties incon nectidnorherewith. . y ! , Mr. Peter Harheck, Beyfield,.,Ia, been appointed Deputy Electoral Re gistrar) for the Rosedale and Stratford divisions of the Bleetoral District of North Gipealand; "id fo i"te 'M?ffra 3Slire Divisiono? jthi. Gippsland Pro Tvince, Tice H. Williams resigned. Forthe purposeof.affot[ng increased facilities for giving religious instruction in State Schools ,the ordinary school business shall, in one or two days in each week, as the Board of Advice ma determine, terminate at half-past thre. o'clock p.m. On these occasions th" teachers shall, immediately after atn nouncing the dismissal pf the school for, the. day,,, give notice that all pupils whose' parents do not object to their i cblvin'religious instruction may rb+ ,hminor that purpose. The following mining lease has been issued, and now aw...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MAFFRA CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 24 September 1883

MxdPA CRICKETE CLUB. A'Kneeting of committee was held on Friday ovenzng at the Camden Hotel'; prsaent-Dr.Eccles (chairman), Mesar~s Borthwick, Beck, N. M'Lean," and F. 'Wallen. The minutes of former mseet. ing were redd and confirmed. The honorary secretary, Mr. Beck, iilfomed thl meeting that he had rrit ten to Mi srs. Ford and Overand a t9. the decision arrived.at by this commrt tee at their last meetnmg relative to ~h conditions under which the Challenge. Cup was to be ,lakl for, and had re ceived a reply from these gentlemen,. which hEb ead be tbo b eeting. The re ply stated the suggestions and additions redomInd??l bh ?lFi columittea' 'had been adoptid liepart; but that :anyJ fu.ther ?!te~j~ons would have itd 'b subnritted to 4he committee, con isting of the secretaries of-tho Zcomseting clubs? , iri e he f hef , exqerpt frqm Measrs. Ford and Overend's letter : " We may state that our object in gvr ing a cup is to indues the clubs round here to play on their merits, and uhdor c...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLOSED ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 24 September 1883

OLOSED: OAJ0 S. The ".Colac Rerald of "the.21st. inst writes as foillows i:-One of theo most important questions: thatl hie re cently come under thoe notice of trle; Shire Council was the: application to have ' robd in the parish of Irrewarra, near the 1irregurra cemetery. opeied. kor' publioitraffli, The application.for: the. opening of thi' road was m?ade a hoitt" time ago. hy .a, residenttpf the cality, Mr.. Wm; Douglass, through his solicitor; The reasons given-at the time wereniot deenied.aufficient for the: .immediate opening, of the road: and the matter was referred to a sulbcommittee. of the Council, consisting oftlihe Prosi-, dtini Councillors Sherren. and Colliin. The last-named: councillors personally: ,inquired into the cause of com?plaint, and in their report;they did'not con sidert'he-road in question ..as required for .publio use. They, qualified this opinion. in, a;.liglit degrie by stating Lihat the rgad at present- open to tlhe publio only inconvenienced Mr'Douglas...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 24 September 1883

GENERAL. NEWS Theie 'i' but little fresh, to re?ort .ii'. connection with the iecent robbery from the Commercial Bank. TIe detectives wer. actively engaged. during Friday"i n agaiji sethliing the lentmise for:; h. miseing bullion, buttlhir. efforts were not? 'ikarded 'dfiisceu,.tlie., ob beiy ut " lirbank oflicibls ind the police authorities have been ihindatid with' ette~s iti'whichi some of the writers put forward the. most extraordinary theories. to account for the robbery. Of course the letters have been' cnsignie: to the waste basket. Corbett, the mtssenger of the bank, has also, bon re-examined by the detective oifiirs; but he still ad eres to.the story which he told at the ti" of the robbery.:beingdisovered naantly, 4hat the keys were in his po. sesion from the time.Mr, Pinnock left the,.bank until the following morning whenthe bank was op'ened. Some residents ,f Invercargil"l 'are inviteil' Mr. Gladstone to visit New Zealand. It was represented that the trip would be benefic...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS (AGE.) LONDON, 20th September. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 24 September 1883

EUoOPEAN TELE?GRAMI . , , (A R.) .' . LONDON,. 2th 8S Ij . . • , The homeward mails ex Oriugt Steam, 'Navigation Compa?y's iteaoder iguiia,, which left ,Alel?lourne on 8th August, were delivered hore to-day viaNTplsa. LonDON; 21st Sep?~iber. 2 The latent adviesa from,.tho?venat p war i'i Tonquin 'ho( that ia sovet'e on gagemnont has takenplac at Haiphong between' the mercenary troops engaged[ b ; :tje. Frenchi and` the Black Flag forces.' The mercenaries were ovcntu. ally defeated: The ill success of'the.French forces inTsonquin lis criusingl isnminse di?sati faction'in France. Tlin Left party are demandling a convocati'o?of the Chanm bers, and the Iposition? of.' iht Ferry Admisistration is regard'd asd critical. CITIt is announced; that the New Zea 'land Government?' intend to ??convert heir debelstu s..into inscrie.d stock.' h cqnverpson:",s.to takeplce:b ." the' .November, hit it is ]eft optional ith the holdia of d~dlleptpreato eitlier. kiethli thei in thsir preanentfor O'cr to...

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THE LATE ARCHBISHOP VAUGHAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 24 September 1883

&SLATdL1,,Ci U HBISHO VAUGHAN. On Thursday morning a requeimn nlan, was ceoliratld in'St. M?i?y'ao Ca dlitdral Sydney, in miemory'of the late ~ArChblinshd Vaughan. The cathedral Odensely crowded during the whole ce?e?o?y, which lasted fourhours,.and, wqs of'an imposing dharacter. 'Mozart's' 15th Mass was reridered by a' large clloir,- in a very impressive manner. The bishops, present, were--Dr. Cani, of Rockha'mpton, whoi cilebrated' thel mSms; Dr, 'orregiani,ofArmidale ; Dr. Redwood, of Wellington, New.iZealai.d, Dr. Lanigan, of Goilburn ;Dr. Murray; ,of Maitland ; and Dr. Dunn, o.f Bris bane. There was a large attendance of tibe clergy, anud arpong those present was the Rev. Father Vaughan, of Sin-= gleton, uncle of the late lamented pre-' late of that name. .T'im. Bishop of .Wellington, Dr. Redwood, delivered a o6dst eldquent pafirgyric on thellifeand. labours of Archbishop Vaughan:. A, ;publi? meeting was. held in the.cathe.. dral in thoe eveing ; the Romn "Cthei olic Bi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 24 September 1883

Trade -otices. T. B. ABBOTT. &0C CHEMISTS D R U:G G IS:; TS DENTISTS'' SALE AND esiAFFrtIA -IN TRANKING theipublio for panm favors and soliciting a coutinuance of the suppdrt so liberallyý acincbdeod him, .begs to call attention to:his SEe ctmIlOTs,, many .of which (more'parti culdrly his Chloroidyne, Ahtibili?uo'Pill' and Odontalgi e) have commandeod ilargeo sale fortho tastfourteenorfiftecnyears,-and proved oqual if not superior to. all othier prelnarttions.bftho'lina:'hirs?` I .' v? 'OH LO.R O.D'Y N'E::; is pronounced -by emit et plysicians and all who.have o:used it,, superior to .tany similar preparation., ;It spoedily ,reliees in whatever orgn lahid whitteaer cause? jipa and :produces a ,feeling of coomfort.:and. quiotude not oltainable by other remedies, allays irritation of the nervois syitenim; creates a calin refreshing. sleepand there are no bad effects. ,It acts like a.. charu in Diarrlihan, Dy'?intry, Colic, Spasmsi Palpitation; and gii'es almost 'iioiioeddate r...

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A JUST JUDGMEMT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 24 September 1883

i A jUST'lJdUDGMEMT. A. correspondent sends.the: following:, narrative, wliich will be varioutsly view? ed :--A.. soieoti?it "remarkablo instance.. of Disino judgement, though not with out aparallel,was recordedin St.. Kilda last:week,, tlx,_unfortunato, subject of:. the visitationheing.a young man, ;well. knowp r esident? of High-street. It ?p pears tlihat thb person in question was.." grcatly addicted tb the baneful habit of.. swearing,.w 1ii ljlas -.nore than once bIrougjit him .iito troutbl, ,and one day. last week he wa? , provoked, to. an un-. usual degree by:his sister over a very trivial.matter;'and'in accordance with.. . his nacustonaid cpraotico gave vent to his. wrath in .ex?naties and aldjectives any thing butelio;e, calliing on God:repeat- :, edlj to'strikaeliim :dad if his assertions were not right., About lialf an-liour afterwards bibh ister asked;himna quoes tion, and receiving, no,answer; repeated her,?uery,. nd, looking up, belieldlher brother pointing.with an expr...

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THE STORY OF AN OLD COAT. CHAPTER IV.—(CONCLUDED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 24 September 1883

THE. STORY OF AN1 OLD COAT. (From Chniamb?rn. ' Journal.) utrs . tPTERV.-(CONOLUDoFD.) The coat experienced a few rapid and uneventful changes'of.ownership,. after "this, in the way of being bartered and sold'' in the trade.' Within a week it tecanie the property. of a geiitlemai who niver'saw -it, or even knew of its 'existence. The igentleman had a large house at Neotting Hill, employed men servants sand namid-servants, owned horses'anid carriages, used massive Ssilver'pldte at his six o'clock' dinner, and was:treated with marked respect y. his bankers in -Lombard-street. --Ho also had anextensive warehouse in the city, where he:carriod on a highly, re muneirative business as an' exporter of secbid-hnaid wearing apiparel.' He was a big merchant. His :books showed many thonsand pounds a year net profit. But his grandfather hail tramped the streets of London with three or four hats on the top of his head, and a sack slung over his shoulder, as:he sang out 'Ole clo' I'at regular inte...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 24 September 1883

Thliis.lifeo is too full.of work, of duty, and:of'pleasuro todbe wastod; Certair ly'it'ii?hdver a waste of time' to. meet one's realfi'iends, to.chat' with them to.. havn.agoodltime with them:. If, one ,must give that up, it should be with roereet r bIlutsurely;there is: not: time enough?in life to spendchalf of it going-' fromilnohose to house asking if Mrs.G - is in, and'finding that she is- out andt leaving yolpr card:' That is "ivat call ing usually'timounts to, for ori?pleasnit-: days every woman goes into- tlho street' who cins deh there. On rainy days best. honuets and dresses that will spoil for-. lid.catllinig Every one who has ac-. qitaintahces whom she wishes to see on. cassionally'should:be unselfish - enough, to set samo time apart for their recep- tion.- Once a week, once a fortnight; or o(p?o amnonth, sho..should stay' at' lionme, eo~enif the day beaover so fine.. or aniinvitation be over so tempting.. It is only. kind. to people who take theo trouble toecall upon her...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 24 September 1883

Shire Notices. TENDERS. " MAFFRA SHIRE. TENDERS for the following works will be received, addressed to the Presl -dent, at tho'Shire Olico up to11 a.m. on WEDNESDAY, the 3rd OCTOBER proximo 1. Olearing Road from Sandy Creek Bridge tothe 3IaffraCemerery. 2. Construction of stone crossing near Cannon's, in Tinamba. 3. Clearing road in 'Glenmaggie, near IMaxfield'a. 4. Repairing stone croassin and ap S D as to Manson's Bridge, Upper Plian and specifications at the Shire Olco MaLfia, on and after Wednesday, the 20th instant. Cash deposit of 2j per cenit.on the bulk sun to accompany each tdrider.- ' . :. GEO. THOS. JONES, Shie- Socretary. •SlireOfmce : " . Maffra, 22 1.9'1 83. Auctions. T.AVING Established a Branch of our i Business in Melbourne, we are now prepared to hold WEEKLY SALES of Cattle, Sheep, etc. at the Flemington yards, and to undertake the sale of all kinds of Property, Farm Produce, etc., privately or by puclic auction. We are also in a position to negotiate Loans on free...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 24 September 1883

Coaches, &c. COMB Cand CO.'s COACHES leave 0 CRITERION HOTEL. . SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.em. daily (Sunday excepted), arriving.:;t lairnsdal at: 7.30 p.m. Faro, 10s. All information, &c., at Cobb and Co.'s Ofice, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBIERTSON, WAGNER & C00. Sale to Maffra and Newry..i ROYAL MAIL. ?;. A COACII will RUN DAILY between above places, leaving Newry daily at 9.45 am., affra 11.15. an.e., arivig ant salo at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Salo on arrival of tiiin 'for 3lairn and Neowry. Passenoera and parcels booked at the following places: Sale, Criterion Hotel ;Maffra, J Knox's lMetropolitan Hotel; and at ;Rawlin's Newry Hotel. J. FISHgER i HEYFIELD TO MAFFRA.., ,f,; mHE Conveyance between the abovo "places will be DISCONTINUED until further notice. Any parcels thlht can be forwarded on horaback.will be duly delivered. All parcels must be propaid, and any for Seaton or Olontnaggio will be orwarded by H Maxfieold - JAMES KING, ,., ...

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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, SEPT. 24, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 24 September 1883

MONDAY MORNING,. SEPT. 24,1883 T? Mining i1 Private Property 1il1 ..llich will.soon be introduced for the considortion of the"Legislative Comub oil, is of the greatest inporltanc to a In the bolony.: So many previous COV ernmonts have brought forward e'?0, surei dealing with this subject, which havo all falilel to securo theo 1suprt anti ;pprovaJ of Parlinulent and thlu country at large, that the propos??I now.suhmittod will be attentively 1l0 carifully oonsidered by. the pulhli. Miw .eiseoidlly willi"thios Je tho rte now, seeing that its provisions are veror Y erent from those of the measures reviously brought before Parliament. The power proposed to be placed in the hands of the Minister of Mines, who a'y be in office at the time, is in our pinion far too absolute, the sole con rol of all matters relating to mining on private lands being actually placed in his hands The Minister (or the Cabi et) is the Autocrat of the situation, ad the power of granting or refusing rses, the repea...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 24 September 1883

'I AII NOTICES. Mails close at thels: Maffra Post-ofice fur 'the following places as under: For 'Salo' Rosedalo, Traralgon, ,Val IndIa,'; Toongahleo;' Mellourne, I'Port Albort, Tarravillo, &c., at 11 .se. daily. For Striiford, Bairnodalo, llruthoan, Omeo, Grant, Dargo, etc., daily at 12.30 For Upper M3rain daily at 3 p.m. For, Heyfield, Gleomisagg:o,. Cowwar, and Soaton, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 3 p.m. . B~riagolong, daily at 2.45 p.m. ' Tih Post-ofico' is open for telegrams at 8.30 asui.,till 8 .p.m., closing between 1 and 2 and. 0 and 7. Postal business from 9 a.m. till 0 p.t'. SnMails -close for lilffra at the under mentioneod places s undr i Salo, at 1.30 p:m0. daily. lBriagolong, at 10.5 a.se. daily. S~r Nwrry, at ,10 s.m. daily. Stratfordat 3:15 p. m. daily: SHeayfiold,: Si0 a.m. Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Baturdays.

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 September 1883

.1ELBOURNE STOOjIREPORTS (Br EL ROTIn ,TlironAprTi:): Wednesday Evening. Messes. A. M'Lean 'id Co. repolrti: Fat Cattle: -- 1,5 0 bhend forvar.. Prices fully up to laot weeksla inate Calves did ' ot sell sowell. 'We sold 3.? fron' 1Flynn's Ore k at from 10 toiO40 'lbilliigs, " '" .. . .lesrs. 'Peek, Ifulson and n ?Iayio; report *-l-?t Cattle.--1,f60o yarded 280 of wliili: .weo: from Queeosland, balance Victoril?, larger proportion of" whlioh worp priooer than wins the cise last welk, good'attentdance of hu?ers last wiks' iprices;ivere fully mainintluined, we sold 33 cows, and iullocks, for'.. Ni., James Tyson; H?ytield,!: fornioir to L'?. os..averagiiig £0 13s.flatter, to £1' 15s averaging £9 10a: £1i G. 10' bullocks forlessrs Fr.yatt Bros Flynns: Croek to £7 and 1,58 for owner oustidtl Gipps land at market rates. Fat' cnlves, 130; yarded prices ratheri easier, we'old i1'2 Curront rates. 'rMessrs. D?oli'dCa;pliell d Co.i ,-. port :--FatCattle--1,500 head penneldi one lot froml Queen...

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