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GLENMAGGLE. October 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 11 October 1883

GLENMAGGIE (From our own Correspondent) October 10 Heavy rain has fallen occasionally erofor tli, lait tlhiie w:crks,: accoimpa nied by hot sniiny days;, awich 'lias made the c. rops and artifiuial :ginasse spritig up in abundance, and "all fears of a dry season are now orer. ,Tlih counitry here looks splendid and :saocil of All. descrptions are improving Hin coiindition.... The Presbyterian Church in the township it is anticipated will be completed shortly. The brickwork is finished. The roof is yet to be put   on and sundry other works before it can be used for Divine service. When finished, the church will be an orna- ment to the rising township of Glen- maggie and a great convenience for the congregations. Whilst speaking of church matterst , nuiinproroimueit is to he madie at tihe Catholic 'Chapel., The mnismlners ihave purc.hasd ian .ldjoiniiug allotment .ond intend fenihing in the. chalpel andl land with n tnhree roil fence, thiee portion fronting Kiing.street- i...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 11, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 11 October 1883

TiII THURSDAY MORNING, OCT.11, 1889. Now. that the first iustalment of the Government pronise of a lio of railway from Trara!gon ;to IBairnsdale has been met I y the completion of that line as far as "Heyfield,'it becomes cthe bounder duty of every resident in? the. extensive, rich, and populous districts through hwhich the line passes, and alo those through which its construction will run;: to shalow that' they are fully alive to the very great benefits that will result from easy: s.fe, ail cheap conin municatisn with the outer: World, and they must he priepared to oonvinlce the Governiieit that they are' not inseslsi ble to the ready and prompt mani?r' ini hichd their tierds and wislli have been dealt witdi by ;those in power.. Oii Wed nesday, the ird :insl., ' an official m pection was m?ia of th iliie, wshich ;as found to le i na highly satisfactor;y co iditios , a id the opeso" ltg has hter deiidld to take place on the: st Nov eminer prox:A ei' Lort of this visit of iiispecti a...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 October 1883

. MELOURNP. PROnUOe MARKET.- : Messrs. William Adamson . and, Oc report' for the week ending) Oct. 10th :. Orain &c. Wheat--Tho market continues very' depressed, and prices have a downi ward tZoideiicy;'': A great drop hIls taken place sinic ou liast toport, and to:day the naiiikt cloiies iveak at 4s Gd.. 'l'ho favourable cliadge in tho Aweatliher. whielc enhances the prospects of the growi?i crops, is doubtless the primary cause of the 'depression, coupled with the news that the London marketis unsteady. Oat re ar also .easier tnd dealers show very littleidispositisni t'o prcliaso?. 'At auction, ,medium feed qualitie? sold, at, 3s to 3s 0.d.: New Zealand quitted in bond at Os 4d, and duty paid from 38 to, 3s' 2d; `'according to' sample; ::The iarkot? closes' with a downward ten denoy. Barley has participated in the general depressioil, and the niarket is anything but brisk. . A:New Zealand parcel :of inferior maltin'g broiuglit si but for prime samples considerably higher r...

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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, OCT. 15, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 October 1883

': '; If:'. E:,? ni ?;··:,· MONDAY3 1ONINI;G OOT. 15, 1883, b, obtiai;cu1, ei:it this neighlborhood. for recreation purposes, and that tit is highly dsialile that tli inhabitants of Maffra shouldppascss a pice of ground. for 'th sao Ijetr twe think the S iire Council might regard the requet to. be nade:to'.thitmi "by the MaIffra Cricket Club, in as fivasoail; a manner as they. possibly ci. At 'a comiittee meeoting of the C.Olub last Monday ''venlig, it, was resolved that the Secretaoy b,'i i staucted to write to thu Mifr' Slhire Council, askii g that, tti thr?o chain road betweetiithe sirmp' and cricket reservesi, being 6o no publio utility as a road, be added to a'nd iicludedin the reserve gansited for cricketing anid, thsr sports; also to. respicfclly rei?uest the Shirei Conmcil to' assist tovards,.the ox pe?e? of fonciig iil ti t groind'' "The road iti questioim rune along, parlof tile jtoivinlip boundariy amiid actually leads iowhere ; ud as there is aiiple provi sicni maidofor ...

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CAULFIELD RACES. 13TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 October 1883

CAULFIELD IRACIS,: 'L 13ri Ouront.li. " Owing to some' niitakwu or lulinsndr- standilng, we er uifortuaotoly oinly able to giove thle resllt of two of the events of thio day'' racio. No doubt Gippalandeors will' bld glia to' larn: tlhat the niost importont and? ninlil ddo serv divictory iit tli?.GreaitFoal Stales was achieved bv'tiat' well.klcown ailf.' liiglily respeled' true' sportpmnn;,n'r. Georgo Davis, of. IRivesdile, withl' his grandl two year old colt* David,, by, Guon, doller, da Alice A Drew. ie is half brother to tIh famous Colhesibry a'i'd will no doubt develop wlith Hiz anod ago into one of the foremoost of our futuro race lorses. " rr Davis has, at. lengthl attiiiicd i pairt of his wislhes and.aspir atious iii turf matters, and tlios viitory of David over so:manyi highly-bred, audc pleonilid. aniii.ale will very materially, euhanco the prestige of thlo Gondolier s asitio, whloi 'niated with, nares of un - doubted pedigree anid:.qulity. HI lins' oitliherto' had ver.v few...

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LITTLE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 October 1883

LITTLE:PLAINS;, . This district, which in common'with otlers, hlad s'ulrerd groant ly fowan of rain for soni months, nonmprosonts a very differeit inppearatice to w atat it did only a.ftvo woloks agl thki sito the: spleldidi . raifnllnl witih ,which w hanveo een visited Intely.' A?ltlough; til early sowu crop.sare not looking so well-and istrong?.'s could, ibo'rlued; tlioao sown l]ater in the sleaoi, now look oxtremely healthy'and full:df.'pr iniso. :In many, places, grasswisi?now ab~ ndtilil, allaying thel fciarsat oie timoi entertained of tlh?i leiing a'.iorts.up ply of pitsturnagd during thio approach ing aunilner. But in so0m quarters;, whlere tlie' groundl has noti:bon? penl o .trated to any depthi bytlihe rain, it will require a considurable amoqunt of .nois turt yet to ellfct a luxuriant growth. All doscriptiona' of stock are improving fast anld are now in fiei thriving condi tion. Some dnys ago Mr.! Archibald! McDonalld rlini'l digging a potliole, unexpectedly c. caao upon a...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 October 1883

MAIL NOTICES. 3faile close at tho Maffin Post-offico for the following pl aes as under:- For Solo Itosodalo, Traralgoni, Wal halla, Tuougabbio, Moelbourno, : Port Albert, Tarravillo, &c., at 11m . daily) For Stratford, llairnldale,' l ruthon, Oeo, Grant, Dargo, etc., daily t' 12.30 p.m. For Uppor Maffrn daily at 3 p.m. For lloyliold, G louneumggion,.-owwar, aid Seaton, on Tuesdays, Tlursda s ,' and Sttualays, at 3 p.m . e , n .. , " Briagolong, daily at 2.45 p.m. e : The Post-oflco is opon for toldgrnmie at8.30 a.m. till 8 p.m. closing .botewon I and 2 aned 0 and 7.' Posta lusineos iron a.n,. till l,,.. . .ails close for 3laflfr at' the unmlde mentijned placea as imdor : Balo, at 1.30 p.em. daily. Brioaolon,, at 10.5 a.m. daily. Neowy, at 0.30 a.m. daily. . Stratford, at 3,15 p. m. daily. Ineytiold, 8.30 a, Tuesdays;' Thure days, aud Saturdays.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 October 1883

Trade Notices. - T. B. ABBOTT. & CO. COHEMISTS,.-,. DR U G G I ST S, DENTISTS, SALE AND 3AFFRA, IN THANKING the public for panst favors and soliciting a coutinuance of the support so liberally accorded him, begs to call attention to his SrP claLrrcn, many of which l(more prti Cularly his Chlorodyne, Antibilious Pills, and Odontalgine) have commanded alarge sale forthe lastfourteenorfifteenyears,and proved equal if not superior to alls other preparations of the kind his OHLORUDYNE is pronounced by eminent physicians and ll who have used it, superior to any similar preparation. It speedily relieves in whateverorgan and whlutevercause, pain and produces a feeling of comfort and quietude not obtainable by other remedies, allays irritation of the nervous system, creates a calm refreshlng sleep, and there are no bad effects. It acts like a charm in Diarrhrea, Dysentry, Colic, Spasnms Palpitation, and "ives ahlost immuediate relief in Bronchitis, Asthma. Neuralgia, Hysteria, Whoopi...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MAFFRA STOCK REPORT. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 October 1883

00ouMM11E f4L IýNý'lk LZ NCOi, cidak,,ay 1esars A. tI'Lotn and Co. roport t Cattle.-A larea supply torward, ?aot lmuch alteration it prices. WV ya.ded haout 800, and ol*ard 4,l11out at foil lowing prices ;-Fab ,bullpoka,, tedium weights, to £8 5s; pows,to£0:124 d;l store hullooks, to. 5 18a; cowd, 'to £3 Da; valera, to '$ll n. ieomars. 13ntgliah, Lttlo, an, Co. re ort; i--Story, Oattle.?-Mrket ahout sats an last oenk. WV s'aoldiMoarrai Iawsoa's Maeoroo bullocks, at a satita ,r4tary pripo; 4~lt o NoFtl?ert; bullooka at £ ; 7a, topping ,tli market ; cows, £2 103 to £3: " " Fat oattle up 10s. W1' poll medium bulloucks, £ to £8 2e Oil ; do, cows, £4 9iQs to.~O0 1QO morino Ptkorpo 14 &l,

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NEW GUINEA. RETURN OF THE ARGUS EXPEDITION [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 October 1883

NEW GUINEA. .1tt:Tun:(f OF Tlll t: AIMS' ENI)I IO~ (ritooM SATsJILDAY.'8 Anittit.) to. tultgintwas ro ,iuvidj ii Sy.Im'y. yolnr·dlty, root Uookto o tt, stattintg thlat Moresby, Iw1iugg Captain tAwait, outr sptoainl .orrtoponttduto to New to ui wtt., midt'r. Loftus Irvt.in,` totlut HIi with frtvr. WiValso rtitolxli ~tll follow u;; telegram fotot Ca'ptatin A ttttit, Conk. towtt, Ihr~t it .-1' t't,.oor IUottnit third ittrj tito vIgo+ oh ltrteigattoti, lIt Iti oto tout of oar partty io ft'.i from fi-t.r. " '.rh foillow io lispatcht ftott Caplttint andI forwarded 1y .telegraphl from (O,mnktownr. contaihs an ccount of the illiRes and deati of- Professor Deiton, a:nd. particulars of the causes which led to the return of the "Argus" expe dition-Arrived hlero (Port Moresby) on 3rd'Sept., ofter. a most disastrous. trip, in point of illiess leachs. R ed Paii' man, village*of the Srainishnn 120 inils E.S:E:n' i7ti August. '-Then ifativesa.i wero overywhlere very friendly.t Made*.: tI}e acquaint...

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OUR NEW MANAGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 October 1883

,OUR -NEW· MANAGER. (rirdvi107aa1meIr s Joutrnal.) Thiererwhs ebxcitement in the warc hoaes, he';counting-house, and the whole of the realnis under the sway of Messrs= More,? Keelby, :& Co.; for on the ;day following the incidents with whildceot?rla'esteliapter .closed, it was un deiitod thai the new rpartner-tlhe capitalist-,-ipuld enter upon the mlan ngement..iNone ok the clerks had seen him 's?iv old Mr? Seamler, the head clerkwho ohad "iet him' at Mr. More's to gire certain explanations as to the working of;the business' so the staff were all agog to catch the first glimpse of ;thefn'e enipror:. :!V: He fv' ??pintiital;, rriving exactly at the time sndicald ,btift 50o happened that Phil had goneroend'to the clocks at the mnoment, so. e did not see the triuinphatl procession- as one of his comrades called it-through the offices. His curiosity, however if hle felt any, was ziot .long unsatisfied for through the speaking tuba which led from the privatedroom to the counting-...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, 11th October. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 October 1883

EUR PEAN- . TEEZGRAM& S' . . .(AOS.); , : .1 !i-. ' LoNDON, llth Octobler, 'Sorifr Srrar-ra has.been sýat forthy hii' Majesty King 'Alfonso, andilhtas. lieineri trusted with the formationmof a. ,ent Ciliinct. ~'eTh: naniendoof,hsiicol lehgucis': inhve -iot, howeier,, yet benie miiad inpuhli r'. 'F u'I h '. £i liis' poa .;1' ;"'* "" ; ':''. k." " 1 Ticbild de (IFrna NuNnez, theSpen- Th Aiiiddnbaor .to'Franice, hasresignedt ..;His Majesty the Ciarleft CopnhBagemi to-day, iy,, e. foir Cronitidt; the i llus, sianl naval atation on tlie Baltie.'",:' • It..is;statol. thlat? unloas Ctwnyo coiiplies atoncewith the, demand, re- cantly mado that. ho, should ,urrsdiider himiself to the British autitorities,. the Imperial, Goysrnment ,ill morally sup iport. Usiibopu inithe steps,;he proposes. to :.take.to: oust the oCing froi. tit re served.territory..,., Mr. A, lerxitndounMArthlur) .,'. for 'Iaicester, and, partner ill tho:firm - of Messrs. W; arid A.M'Artlur,-ofLoiiloi and Melbolurne;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 October 1883

Auctions. ORSS. IORSES. .HORSES.. rtIATFRA, MIONDAY, OCT. 15. : "A *strustioion frioi I , Hdssssr; Ediq., oif lBairimdald to 'sell (in cesjuliction .with Mressrs: 'ir s ill isnd 0Co. 'his 'arnual clraft df H nrse.s - :- : " " s`:h~id cansatig.p?rinetp4ly.'Qf ...upstanding bus colts, 3 :nd 4 ye iarsil; also some good Indian ,aortsind ulptandiugevollinothooed bug :phirs, also:pair'of riemark ably oloredpoies (fit fircircus), perfectly brqkon:'?" The abovu are priuoipali1 ,.Millionaire end "Harlequin, aid re ropbrtld a splen-' did lot. - = STORE CATTLE 'S'IO IJATTLE.' A ILEAN &.Mc . -will sell it their AFr H. P, Keogh,. osq. ilmorio S300 plondid.Bulloks, 4'and 5 yrs.' :;old, station bred,'all of the well kowin 3M1Lbranidhalf-fat a i00rst-l agis ?Cqwsw, lhalf.t 4. TJAVING ostabliashed a Braniaof our H Business in Melbourne ?-e are-now propered?t'oEiold '?EEKL SALES of Cattle, Sheep, etc, at the Fleniinggton Yards, and! to iondertakoe the .ealoof all klindslof,, oporty. FarmsProd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 October 1883

Coaches, &c. CO,'s COACHES leave CODB CRITERION. HOTEL.. StLE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. - dll (Sunday excepted), arriving at idlwoo at 7.30 p.m. Fare, 10s., -,information, &c, at Cobb and Cot's - ,Criterion Hotel, Salo... -. v.."ý; gOBEITSON, WXGNERik . COd). ale to Maffra and Newry - ROYAL MAIL. 'i COACH will RUN DAILY between A bove poles, loavingNowry daily at 5mam., ifaffra 11.15 n.an. arriving 'at ,le at 12.45 p.o, m nd retain the samo oy, leaving Sale on arrival of train for Mldan and Nowry. peseongers and parcels :bdooked'iat tli lollowing Ilaces :- I , Sale, Criterion Hotel ; 3laffrn, J Kni'ox 't letropdlitan Hotel; aind at. ,.wlin's Newry Hotel. . FI:SER. J. FISHEILn:" HEYFIELD, TO, MAFFRA.' THE Con eeo n 'n: between theo abave Splaces wll be DISCONTINUED suil further notice. -Any pn~rcela. tlhat anbo forwarded on hbroack will beo duily dlliered. All parcels ioust be prepaid, md any for Seaton or Glenmaggie wvill bo ornrded by H Maxfield. JA5E KING, i leiiiln...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 October 1883

Government Notices. Y. EPiARTMONT oF ?UItLIO oiRKoc , Mel ?urnco, ?lth. SeptLemboer 1883. ENDEIIS will ho received, stbid4t to o?tile Co ondtilos o Tcncrimlg 'for lricuart oerStbling.&c. ?.atffa until nfelo 'Block o Thursday thlio 18th. Oo. Particulars may be loarnt at tliis Offico, St tllo Survey Oico Salo?: The am0out of the prelitminory deposit e accompany tihe Tender is £10 :-and te nlosms of the doposit as cih socurity fottlo duo porformnnce of the Contract Is The Board of Lnnd and Works will not. totarily accept the lowest or any Ten dir. ALFRED' DiAKI, Commissioner of Public Works. Sl itiE OF MAFFRA. EsFo)CEMENT OF'BY-.L"iv 4]'; g03[1 and after this delate, thaipro risions of the Bye Lawls of 'th II fra Shire Council will be "strictly en or ed, more particularly in regard it he cutting of timber froti otffthl shire or interfering with the surface of idch roads. Il y order,. '.- .. GEO. THOS.' JONES, : Shire. Secretary. 6-10-83. SE lI E M B E:R;.T HIS : If you are sick...

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DRIAGOLONG. 12th October. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 October 1883

BRIAGOLONG (From our own Correspondent)   12th October   Your lmealing articleof. Moinday last hns caused us no" small ?mount of',sur 'prise, ' We know foull Well' that' tlhe cause of the r strife in tihe. Presblytery .wvls not faith liut sugar; was not so muchi dogman as proparty:'of- the chilr c1hes, anid' the iighllty. question : wlio .would. thereafter. be the. recipients of ,the fut. billets thereof. Tlihe views of .th'i Rev. Charles Strong are the only; religipus views eoucistent with-.the mo dern idea' of COlristianisin: .To call: things by. their proper names,. the Rev.. Strong is' aChristian. " His adversaries are Christotatrs-they made an idol of Christ, and worshipped as the' sacerdo tal: class. of old, 'worshipped. tie: oth?er. -idols, inerely '"to'. make, a living,, and eemiuingly 'they are. incapable. of extri cating themselves out of the rut of tra ditional ovasions.. TIs Preshytory, by its acdtion towardstlie Scotchl Church, hIa done more,; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 October 1883

Coaches,- &o: . .. CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday exeopted), arriving at duicoadalo at 7.30 p.m.- Far, 10a All information, &e., at oCobbi and Co s Qtco, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WAGNER a$ 0C Sale to Maftia and Newry ROYAL MAIL A COACH will RUN DAILY between A above plices, leavingNewry daily at 9.45 amn., Matrra 11.15 at., arriving at Salo at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Sale on arrival of train for ifnfra and Nowry. Passengers and parcels booked at the following places: Salo, Criterion Hotel ;,Manflan, J Knox's Metropolitan Hotel; and at Rawlin's Newry Hotel. J. FISHER HEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. mHE Conveyaone between the above Splaces will be DISCONTINUED ontil further notice. Any parcels ;that an be forwarded on horaback will be duly loelivereod. All parcels must be prepaid, and any for Soaton or Glenmaggie wil be orwarded by H Marfield."- ; -JAMES KING, Mailman:a; ROYAL MAIL COACHES. - t TOONGABBIE TO. BEATON. SCOAC...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 October 1883

MAIL.', ŽOTIO.E Si.;.. SMails closo at the M 3Ilfrn Post-oifice for the following places'as underr : For Sale Rosedalo, Traralgon, ,Wa1. hIlloa, ..Toongabbio, -Melbourno, Port Albert, Tarrvillo, &c., at 11a.m. daily. iFor !Stratford, Bairndalelo,. Brothon, Omoo, Grant, Dargo, etc., daily ot 12.30JO pam. : ". For Upper afofra daily at 3 p.m For- IHoyoild, Glonuma'gio, Gowwar, and Senton, on Tuoodays, Thursdays,. andd Saturdays, at 3 p.in Briogoloig, dailyat 2.465 p. i. - The Post-olffice is open for tologruame at 8.30 im. till8 p;mu closiom botweenu 1. isiud 2 and ansd 7. Postal business fromi 9 ni.m. till 0 p.in: *Mails close for Moare at tiheo under mnotionod places as under: Sale, at 1.30 p.i. daily. Briagolong, at 10.6 iiuu daily ' SNewry, at 0.30 n.i. daily. Stratford, at 3.16 p.m. daily. .. Heyfield, 8.30 ass. Tuesdays, Tlhurso days, aind Saturdays.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 October 1883

governnent Notices. ICTOLIANRAILWAYS. sE Itacs-SemrNo HinMrd 1883. h the 11th O(tober to thoe 10tlh No: i olusive t(cklets avallablo for ro. r. n} train up to the night of the alemr will bo issued at Holiday Fare from all sttio (Sbur i 1 to ) elbourne only. s Trains ,epateTime Table. From the 2nd b tohel 17thl November inclusive tlruett cannot engage to fourward p18au1 VEHICLES by any par. trin. D. GILLIES, Commissionerof Railways. THOMAS JONES, 31 AFFR A, Sto itlinfr hlia friondt and the tfle geniroully, that ho luae cont. has coin. t heL!!: iiocovnus at Matlira as .. i ,tIONEEIt, COMMISSION. AGENT, Ere., Sthe h is o propared to mako a utis, anl conduct Sales of Stock, ,da Lnd, ,c., in any, part of. ifnd 0U rcstpctfoully solicits thtir ia ntl Itrsts, by strict attention jiinis ndl theu emfficient conduct of ,,ti0btain an enocouraging monsure .^Icsoppurt. 1AS JONES will Ihold a salt at F.I everry FRIDAY of all Stock, e oe,. ao, consigned to hin. AGENT F"OK llritishl Fire Insuranco C...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MAFFRA SPECTATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 October 1883

TO TUNEDIrTOR O TOM5i iA0LVSP' SP i .ATen . o <i oftihl'o urse 's ''res 'ribibjc'nfor'"/. tlhei opinions'of ourt' C6iospondents.-] .11/ 5 h ' /- .'T llh p o e t , l y s'- ''=` 0 *)= 1;; 1" .)1 -0,t _ .; "' Wbifo r''tall.ai to 'eacli the Poiea't;. i. : Or ras, p t ocoianinna span.,., i.,i o. : : Lwouldbe Imeassured by. iny ou, T " T 'inund'?'tho?~tnturo of te?'man. -Judging from tie' wide sweoping" aassertion, auidoverwheliiicgjndginent.. ipassed upoun all.and. sveral.. bj "yoiur-.. POwni' Briagolong." correspondent,',; itr.' i. riniglit. he iiagiined?that he possessed a' 'gigantic intellect.. looking downifrhoi lis'liigl pediatal anfimon, the' thousanfdg'"" if% Briagolong, ' few dayst sincoiupomi!'. pulblio men;, Iho, compared: Dr., Moor-.., .hosse (wlio isilnittedly one, of tlihe iablest: reasoner .ot the agIs an'd 't~li miost& sterling of ieienht6i 'av n'ori ' dic yi'atruisi'":crying: "sohnappip; 5s9ihiapsp' Alid!now againi foaiingi like a.maý bullai a redrag, a...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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