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MAFFRA STOCK REPORT. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 October 1883

31APFRA STOCK IREPORT. Friday. ifeosrR. English, Little, nod Co. re Pcct; large uumnler were forward rtJ cattle sold high ; b.llocks, L5 to a 15+; cows, L2 10s to L3 6s. We told the RoBI ncIOOC bnllocks at LO Is yatcottld easier; miwdiunm bullocks L6 JoMt4DS; `do'own,.LO 6e t .L6:LOs.

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MAFFRA STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 October 1883

COfMSBBOIL INrThLLZGrBNaO. NGPPIA STOOK REPORT. 3fesers A. M'Lean and Co. report.: Our yards were fully supplied with cattle C of which were disposed of ,nt satisfac. tory prices. Our sales 'wora :-Fnat bIul 1otkl, inferior to fair; LL 17s id, LO10, LS; Cows, inferior to fair locial beef, L4 47s, LGL .lOs, LI 15; Storo C altlt;lulo locksL4 as, A 0 9 L410,L5 2s, LI 4.4s iL •s Od, LI Os, to LO.(the last lot boeing in forward condition). C Cws, L2, L Iso 1 10s, L3, L3 12s ;,spayed, L314s ; steers, (this class sells readily), L2 7s, .L2 Is, L3 2s Gl, L3 12e, L3S14s to L4 10s ; (these were a nice quiet dairy-bre lot.

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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OUR NEW MANAGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 October 1883

'OUR NEW MANAGER. ( ? From, Chambre's Jou?rnl.) A short alf-lhours wdk from 'Sandls sm'outh-a large seaport on tle southl;rnu English coast-lies the eocluded village "of Bith'fieldl It is butte sinall place, :"dnd say fairly ie'olescrihrd as saeludold ; for although so near'a nlarge towli, yet ',lying on a cross-road betweeil two other roads-which themselves wir nleiver of great ?nportance,--Bithfield seemsi to :haise grown lonelier and quieter than ever A' A? little -outside' of the village, and ::between it 'and the town, stood Fernlow Sottqge' the .residence of Mrs Vallens. ' This- at least was the title by which 'she, was known to: thefew .personi ht? 'tradesnien echieflyf-whvl had occn :,sioni:tb'speak:to her;, bht it swas given principally on account of lier mature .age, fo shie was past middlle life;' and as a sort of comnplii?eit, ratlher tlhan as. iaiivi"ig thli' existicice, past' or present of a hMr Vallens. Shet lived :a reired solitaryllife, and wvis so reserved; in her ...

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Easily Proven. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 October 1883

Ensily Proven.-Et is.ersijy iroves that mal'iri·i fevers, constipation tor pidity of the liver ao ,kidneys.; n.erit1 ,nervousness,. and nouralgiao, anlents yield readily to this' great, disea-lcon qieror,.liop Blitters. It:rOepairi. thl ravng'g, of: d iseanc Iy coliverting' the food itJ'ich blood, and' it gives new life anild'igo'r to the ned ac d n intirns always. See.' , Miserabloness.--The rmost_ wonderful and marvellous. sccess, incases ;where persons are sick or pinirng away fromr a condition of niiserablrne.rs that no oni, knows what silt tluos (protitalle patirets for 'loctors), is'obtaili? i by the use of IHop hitters. They, llieirjto cure from thl firso dlose,, and keep it- up until perfect henlthrand strengtl, ii, stored. Notice. •' .'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 October 1883

T. B. ABBOTT. & ;CO. C H E:MI S'TS, D R U G G I S. T S, DENTISTS, SALE AND MAFFBA, .? 1N THANKING the public for ,post 1. favors and soliciting a coutiuuance of the support so liberally. ucorded hini, begs to enll attention to his ESi clJaITIrs, many of whichli (moroe rti cularly his Chloroldyne, Antibilious Pills; and Odontalgine) have commanded a large sale forthe lastfourteenor fifteenyears,and proved equal if not superior to all, other preparations of the kind his CHLORUDYNE is pronounced by emin ent phlyscians and all who have used it, superior to i any similar preparation. It speedily relieves in whatever organ and whatever cause,,plain and produces a feeling of conifoiit and quietude not obtainable by other remedies, allays irritation of the nervous system, creates a calm refreslhing sleep, and there are no bad effects. It sots like a: charm .in Diarrheea, Dysentry, Colic, Spasms Palpitation, and gives almost 'immediate relief in Brmichitis, Asthrima; Neuidlgia? Hyste...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 October 1883

1IELBOURNaE IOnDUnr. AMARKE T. Messrs. William Adanisonu' and Co rep?rt for thle w?ck endilg Sept. 2061h : Groin a. h1e t.--Tlhou artet is devoid of raimnatinl, there being' ao export do. mend, and taillers refuse tUpurehaoeexcept •at s considorablo irduction on lote rates. \Ve hIave sold a few umall lots ex rail, .a? 48d ; and although the market prico to na is nominally higher, an advance on this cannot be obtninud. - Oats have not been in good demand, and pricesare hardly soran, Prices range fril, 3s for fair food p to 3s 21d for stont. Barley.-?Mlting ipt'not .being dealt in at all, andl price is onl nomuiunl. We quote 6s to Us 3d. Cape sd at s Od. Pens we quote 3s 74 to 3 8d. Flour.-\Ve quote L10 5s. Dairy Prodece. --We hldl olur usunal sale today, and give below detailed results of nctaual arlo?:--Cheens.-A full supply'continues to comue forwardi and the ,annrket is not rvey brisk, exceptinlg for prine.qualities. We quu, ea-Goue t o pralnle d ta?7d ; medinam to good, 4d t.toa'...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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BORROWING MONEY FOR SHIRE WORKS. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE MAFFRA SPECTATOR [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 October 1883

DORROWING , pMONEY FOR S, HIIRE WORKS, ? , . [We do not liold oalselves respeneible for the opinions of 'iur Correspondents] 'TO TnU EDITOR OF THD MAFlRA. .Be~CATOR Smn81,-I view of the large overdraft already incurred by the Maffra Shire, the works in progress and those that must necessarily be proceeded with to ensure the Government subsidy voted thereon, anda ratepayer I think it be hiovea the Council to consider their position',, horrowing money for perma neirt works by a shire couneil is'loglti mate alid often necessary, for which, ample provieion.is maide in the Local' Gorernment Act, but perpetual bank overdrafts are both expensive "and ille gal, and if ratepayers require works executed for which the funds of the Couicil are insuflicient, two remedies are available, an extra rate or a loan, the latter expedient-seems the proper one for a new country, as I see no reason why the coming generation .shogJd no bear some of the burthen of the construction of:our' highways and bridg...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 October 1883

Anotions -HORSES. HORSES. IA FFRA, .MONDAY, OCTOBERI. A. M'LEAN -& CO. will soil ?t 'dtheir 11 yards- 50 splendid Hornds from !theMit-, chell, conssticig' of, i?s; light' r harness, and Itndian 'arts . The above are reported is good lot, in I fair condition. MA~FFRA; TUESDAY, ýnd OCT. A r* M'LEAN & CO. have been instr- d i1.ueted'byvMr. Moon;' who is iar-' 2 ing for.Mellhourne, to soll,'on the above a Household Furturei, -Tweed,;&c. Consisting of 100 yrrds of Tweeds, 1 b H.. orse, oval and sqluare Tabhles, Chnirs, t Carpet, Fender, 2 goodlSowihng Madh inos, nearly newv, large doible Iroii'Bed Stead, spring Maittrasi- saiigle ironBoed siteads, ?Wa?sihaid Stand, :;Cooking - Utensils, aind irtil es too numerous to particularise: LTAVING Establisheod a Brsnh of our, 1 11 Business in Melbourneo'we are now, prepared to hold. WEEKLY SALES of Cattle;,' Sheop; dt.d:at the ;Flomington Yards, and to undertake the sale of all n "kinds of Property, Farm Produce, 'etc., pr...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 October 1883

.Coaches, &c. SOBe and CO.'s COACHES le?veo - CRITERION HOTEL.- > SALE .to BAltiNSDAiE,1.1. 5ip.;} aily (Sudnday -exepted .: .rrving .,i Ofico, Criterion ot, e. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. Sale to Maffra and Newry ROYAL MAIL.. COACH will RUN DAILY betweo?n A above places, leaving Newry?dailyat 9.45a.m., Mfatfa 1l15 a. m. t.arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m,. and return the sameo day, leaving Sale on arrival of'train for 3faffr and Nowry. :.,' Passengers and parcels booked at thli following places :-' SSle, Criterion Hotel iMaiffrný iKnox's Metropolitan Hotel; a id nt'lRawlia's Newry Hotel.' . J. FISHER. HIEYFIELD T MA-bf.FFIRA. nTIHE Convoeyance between the above I places will .be ;'DISCONTINUED until further netice., "Any'pareols 'that can be forwarded on horsback will be duly delivered. All-parcels must beh pro?aid, and any for Seaton ior Olenmaggis will be !arwarded by H Maxfiold. 3: 'J ES: KING, S Mailman. ROYAL MAIL COACHES. TOONGABIIE- TO SEATON.i 'A COACH leAvris t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 October 1883

OOacibes,;sc. OBB-and CO.'s COACHES leave I' CR OTERION HOTEL SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted), arriving at iairnJdalo at 7.30 p: m. Fare, 10s All information, &c., at Cobb and Co.'s Oice,_Criterion Hotel, Sale. Sale to Maffra and Newry ROYAL MAIL. A COACH will RUN DAILY between above places, leving Newry daily at 1.4-5 an., Talffra 11.15 a. u., arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.am, and return the soam day, leaving Saloon arrival of train for IdIffra and Noewry. , . Passengers and parcels, booked at, the following places : Sale, Criterion Hotel'; Maffra, J Knor' Metropolitian Hotel;.. and. at Raawliu's Newry Hotel. . J. FISHER. HEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. "HE -Conveyance.o between. the? above. Splaces, will -be DISCONTINUED u:Until further: notice. ;,>Any parcels that can be forwarded on horaback will be 'duly delivered. All parcels .mist be preop?id, shd any for Seaton or Glenmaggie will be - forwarded by H- M?Iafield. . :JAMES. KINGO Maihlan. ROYALsIATL COACHES. ...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 October 1883

MAIL NOTI? ES. -I Mails close at the Maifra Post.-ollcefor' the following places as under:--. I. - For Soale tosedalo, Trainlgonn Wal hall, Toongahbi, Melbourne, .:Port Albert, Taamvillo, &c., at lla.mdaily. For Stratforl, Bairnsdalo,: 'Brhtholn,' Omco, Grant, Dargo, etc., daily at: 12.30 For Upper aloirra daily at 3.pi.n For Ioyfield, Ollemnaggio, Cowwar, and Seaton, on Tuesdaysn Thursdays; and Saturdays, at 3 p.1m. Briagolong, daily at 2.45 p n.m:" :I" The Post-ollice is opoen for telegrams at 030 alm. till 8 p.il., elosiigb between 1 and 2 and 6 and 7.. Postal business fromaa S.a till P.II p. Mails close for adf--ra at tlie under ameutioaon? places as unda:er - Sale, at l.30fts ldaily.m llaiaaolag, att 10.5 ia. m.s daily :: N?-ry, at 1.30 n.m. daily. Statfodl, at 3115 ptm. daily leyfitld, 8.30 s.m. Tuesdayl, Thirs days, and Satuadays.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 October 1883

pIANIOS[ a2 per cent. Below the Usual Price, at, . s, KAHAN & CO.'S,: OSTEy STRE;ET, S LE, And on Easy TIME . PAYENTS. ' An employs of ours will' attend in Oalfrm every FRIDAY to take ropairs and gnerl bueinoss, next Mr. Wright's Ullteher'e Shop, Johnson-street. Government Notices. V. i DPrARMNra Tr or Puntro Wonr, IoJlbourno, 24th. September 1883.. SeINDEItS will be received, subject to the Conditiolns of Teonderinig for 'olce quartetr, Stabling C&. Mnffra until TerIa o'clock on Thursday the 18th. O. ltober particulars may be learnt at this Oficle, and at the Survey Oflice Sale. The anouotnt of the proliniunary deposit to necompnly the Tender is £10 :-and the amoount of the deposit as cash security Ifr tihe due porformnnco of the Contract is hoper cent. Tin Board of Lnndl nd Works will noto necessarily accopt the loweat or any Top der. ALFRrn DeBAKIoN, Commissioner of Publio Works. MAFFRA TOWN COMII1ON.... LL Persons desirous of having their Stock branuded at their ...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 October 1883

MELBOURNE STOKU REPORT.', ,:,,, (B r arrinR.FOxr Vaicýj'H I Miessar. Ai: M'Landi..al~ Co.?i port:? Fat' .'Cattle `-t1;600 lheadr"'for?ward. Owing principally; to,, stronglipt winds prices full froni 20s to; 5s.. por: head .on loot wooksrateoa. : ?sold Mr BuDkleoy's bullocks to. £7 15s, aid liullooks from Mflfka to L8 llis. 'r : . : . Mieosr .-lyan ind Hanimond.report.: Fat Cattle. 1,000:odd 'pnnord; '200 froi 'iQelislrn'id: idanicd 'Victorian; most of cattle yarded were of goodi seful quality the 'nioerkot was:dull "and from. 10a to 30s:lower. ; ast pen' blldocks, to LI 10s. Fiat Shioop-12,000 oddi poeined, only -medium quality rillstra few, prme; tlihecmarkot wa,britk and prdes 61 :higlr,. Best craosbro;ds to 18s.. oast imerinos to 17s. We sold Clark's .from Springuirat. Mr A A, tron reports --Fat Oattle.-1,600,,: hood,., forWard,' i Woa thor unfavorabl soind prices,ruled nabut 20s.' below, last n.'weok,;!:i sold O Dof; tr 'Exzer's lhullocksl from; Warrnanm b rol 'to 9 116. from Sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 October 1883

Auctions. FA AND STORE CATTLE. 'MAdFRA, ..FRIDAY, t001: ., A I LEAN iand O. will sell at thiel ~... yards, Joolson-street, Matl'ra- 15 prime Fat Bullnoks anid Cos.11 30 superior Store lullockO::" 30 ':do Cows, quiet, in fair con dition. 40 splaondd Bullocks, in good con On account of Miss Smith . .. `2?" D speliABullocks 4"hand a'y res. old well lred, wll groe n,, aind The. aove 'lot were bred by I . Hea ett,- Esq., of _ Tail'>ibt= aind have': been runoing iu paddocks "'at Buchan, and are in frwnard condition: FAT AND STOR1E OATTLE 'F. 'TRARtALGON, :MONDAY, OCT. 8. MA '?LEAN;-& CO. will sell at their yards S,.120. large framed ,'Bullocks?, -good . ages, and good colours; . 70 good Bullocks, 3 to 4 years:., -a 7. 6,rr,40 good Bullocks. ,, 40 Mixed Cattle-fat and stores. .. Horses ?c., &..'" TA I G ttablished a Brn ofnour SJ?'B?iinesna'ii" Melbourne, we are n6ow prepared to hold WEEKLY SALES of - Cattle;?Sheep, etc. at the :'Flemington SYards, and to- unidertake thl...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, OCT., 4 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 October 1883

THE , ," THfRSDAY MORNING, OCT., 4.1 883; TheorequiPito information in regard to the Post-olico Saving's Bank can be soeeon inaplacard affixed in the verandah of that building. The public will be sup. pliod gratuitously on application to . the Post-mistress, with printed forns on which to affix the ollico postage stamps, and wlien those amount to the value of ono shilling, they will be nacceptod as a deposit for opening an account with the bank. If any stamps are obliterated, do. faced or damonged in any way, theoy will not be received. Thie Savings' Bankwill" be open 'daily between the hours of 10 0m., and 3 p.m., and on Saturdays from 0to8 p.m. A movement is on foot to forisoa eorn. mon Parliament to, disous and doneide upon all matters of mutual interest to.tlle eolonios, and as moat. of tlioseelibea int{l .sated their inteption of supporting this idne, it may eventually bo brought to, a succeslsul issue o. Wo learn, that a yopng man nated David Morgn was taken to .the Gippa land...

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MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY 3rd. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 October 1883

' MAFaRA SHIRE COUNCL.L : WEDNESDAY 3rd.-OCronEn.. The ordinary nionthlyl mea t' ng of the aboveCouncil was, lield: iin the Shire Hall'' yestorda~y '.` Pres;nPi th? Messrs. lilandy (Presidelit); Liiiton, Sdchrieeer, Horstman;-nlacaarlhneo, LarmbiEccles, Davis and Carponter. +:,, :-The' minutes of previous meoting faving lieif. read u'i cind :oni fmed,and tlie outward correspondencon readc 'aid approved ofi, the I inward. correspon dence was dealt with as follows: irom: ??FimT' s. "indend; ..: Titialba, istitg li;dl hidliend e coimpelleil to stop the' traflliothrougli liis:paddock, on ac couintbo whiich .it' would neecessary to makoe two "crinolgs oi tlihe itwo chain 'road( from ;:Watson'sN toe Gibson, iand Kaiox's, bridge to meet public require. aments., Recois'edr,! . r 1;Shiire: funds :not suflicient" for lthis purpose at presont:: ,,..;- : : - Sro?-bi IJohinoy:tl'ianriihlai; Gra?sdnleo, expressinrg lis satIsfactioii with the re pails inodo by the Council to liisfence at Tinibam f...

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BRIAGOLONG. September 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 October 1883

,Li. (raox oUa owN coi;ro:tmoaiaw) , i.:.-; r Septemner 29.. '-=i"` "::A lively' discussioni took plae last ot '" iTh~uredoy <at: the, :ii-ting on assistedt ' n= imf·s iistion.- MiR.Milne ?referred to the Municipal circulars on the :suject; a : nfliofritr tthe. workiaig than who had t h iijst claimt to a' share: of: protectioan. and 'iticonsisotent with .the recognised h'cipolicy of the colony. i Wlhnrver labourr wa'r wanted labourers would follow; r th:r~a"was no a?-ed or,the Gove nniet It to step forward and provide it; its i''Lobject"could only be to increase the I :'litinds and diminish the pay. "With the '<laloiur-saving nmachinery at our cont :-niad "t large influx of immnnigrants is :'':·dahgerous, and would lead to pauperism S -the soup kitchen in Sydney is an ex ample. To remain free and indepen ident we must prevent a too rapid growth of population. Poverty is a aure adjunct of a dense population. If labour was scarce the Government may stop public "w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 October 1883

-Trade Notices. T. B. ABBOTT. & CO. IOHEMISTS,i D R UG G.I S:T S, DENTISTS,.. SALE AND MA FFItA, - IN THANKING the public for past 1 favors and soliciting as coutinuance of. the support a, liberaily acctrdud him, begs to call attention to' his'SPe. cmIALr IE, many of which (more parti cularly his Chlorodyne, Antibilious Pills, and Odontalgino) have conummanded alarge sale fortho lastfuurteeo or fifteenyears,n tul proved equal if not suolprior to all other preparations of the kind hisa OHLORODYNE is pronouuced by anirn oat physicians and all wvho have ised it, superior to any similari preparation. It speedily relieves in whateover organ and wlctever cause, pain and prodnluces a feeling of comfort and quietude nut obtainable by othel remedies, allays irritation of the nervous system, creates a cahn refreshimg sleep, and there are no bad effects. It acts like a charm in Diarrhaen, Dysentry, Colic, Spasms Palpitation, and gives ahnlmost immediate relief in Bronchitis, Astlnha. N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 8 October 1883

Coaches, &o. 0OB and' O.'s COACHES leave 1 cRITERION HOTEL SALE to BAIRtNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. drily (Sunday oxceipte),, arriving at lliteldalo at 7.Op).in. Faro, 10a . Sllinformation, &o., at Cobb und Co.'s gt, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ' IOBERTSON, WAG1ReR &? Sale to Maffra a(i AN wry ROYAL MAIL. COACH will RUN DAILY between, I above places, leaving Newry daily at 9,lantL, Matlfrn 1115 a. u.;, arriving. it ySle at 12.45 p.m, and return thelime' day, leaving Sale on, arrival of. train for Ilalfr and Niowry. tuooengero and parcels booleiol at the following places :- . Silo, Criterion Hotel ; 1 fmaf, Kntoxs letropolitall Hotel; . and at R?:wlin's ?erry HoteL , 3 .FIIISHED ' HEYFIELD TO MAFF A. TtHE Conveyance between thi above Spl~ s will be DISCONTINUED ?ntil further notice. Any parcels that mn be forwarded on horebank wt .be bQuly deliverod. All parcels must be' prep?, ,d any for Seaten or Glemnaggie wil be Irwarded by H Maxiold. JAMES KING,, Mailman. ROYAL IAIL COA...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, OCT., 8, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 8 October 1883

THE MONDAY MORNIN:' .r ':, 18a83 D..ai..o tlti:,past w, ek:, cventsi: hav?? taken placen connection w th thu two Idading Protestanit denomitiations :of Victoriayi i'c'lcl l f.or mor tlan ipass. ing notice: ` Otoie, was the siittiin of thl Church. Assemil an d tle otlier the Sessitn~of tlhe tM lhourn Preshytery, in both of which iost iniportant utter-. ances were delivere'd: Thoenost nota. ble in the fornerwas tie iineeteily; an elegant; but prnaticalnddtos eof Dr:; 1 Ioorhouse. Dialhiiwl the lecture of Mr. Justice "iginbottom in Sct's Chureh, he said"i have itherto: refrained'froiffertiridi ofm iO.i?td i't i ronly now, o oltall heiad of this: liiicese, that Iexprei. toy views oun nonireparto of it.;: :I think th lactiirer; ipon vefec tona .will see: that hisattack poen theile cler-y ia too seepition itol oe te ii nation,, It;is,. toreoier, ineoxact and u'sho1arl iri bothscieuceintl itsi ph ilonophy a d it:propoied new faith for Christenidotni wesistiply mi evister ation;'It omints l...

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