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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, OCT. 22, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 October 1883

MONDAY MORNING, OCT. 22, 1883. In reference to the accommodation to be provided at the police quarters to be erec- ted at Maffra, Mr. R. J. Thomson, some time ago wrote to A. McLean, Esq., M.L.A. requesting that gentleman to bring under the notice of the Police De- partment the necessity of provision being made for an office, and accommodation for a singe man for callers. Mr McLean receivced a reply from the Department stating that the plans of the new building would be prepared in such a manner as to allow of a room being added at a future time, without interfering with the appear- ance of the station. Messrs. Richmond and Co. are the suc-   cessful tenderers accepted by the, Public Works Department for the erection of the now police quarters and stabling at Maffra, amount £662 8s. Messrs. J. and G. A. Carpenter, for the erection of sheep and cattle yard, Heyfield, £375 3s. W. Swanson for the erection of engine shed at Heyfield L783 18s 9d and R. Geddes, for the &a...

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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, OCT. 25, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 October 1883

MONDAY MORNING, OCT. 25, 1883. The Sale Assire Court will commence to-day, beforo His Honuir, 'Mr. Justice Holroyd, when the following cases will be tried :-John Lawson, robbery ;:. John. Boxhill, robbery;' John Laithlwait, 'rob bery; Joseph Nolani sending a .letter, threatening to accuse of crime, with intent to extort money ; Thlomtna Hollingsworth, horse stealing; Gharles Riley, embezzle ment; Anisleyalias Brownrigg, false pre. tences; William Houghton,+ cattle steal ing It is very satisfactory to the promoters of the, Bazaar and Art Union, hold in Stratford ina aid of the Catholia Cliurch Building Fund, to find that their efforts have beeni crowned with sucess, the pro ceeds amountinig to about £500. Thb. ladies t who took part in this bazaar, m tmust i hiave worked eost indefatigably to achieve sucha success:. : At a committee mneting of tho Maffra Criclkt Olub hold at the Macalister Hotel on Monday evening last. the following wore selected to playy against Rosedale on Saturday...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 October 1883

MEIBOURE STOoK REPORT., (By E,s?rnhio Tr.~oe?lAPr.) Wednesday Evening. Messrs. A. 'M'Lean ant Cd. report: A. McLean & Co., Report.-Fat cattle prices advanced from 15s to 20s. on last week,s rates ; we sold,' Mr Jas, Boland's bullooks to £9 2es d. and calves at £2 1si. Mr. E, A. Paterson reports :-Fat, Cattle.- 1,300 head forward, and prices about same as last week I sold 10 bullools for Mr W. Crisp, fafi'ra, to £8 10s. Fat calves-only 40 for. ward selling It increased Yates. Fat sheep;.-16;000 pennod pricees, slightly easier than last week I sold, 240 from Warrnamltool at. 14s3d.. Fat lamnb- 7,000 to hand sales dull at last week's rateso Isold 1,400 crossbred. owes- and lambs near Geeloiog Os. leposrs.aRyan and Hammond report: -Fat Cattle.1;,300 ' penned. All were from;Victorsi and Riveriiii prin, cipally light ,welglts to prime quality marktt'brisk and'prices at a slight ad vance on last week's rates, Best pen bullocks '11to £11 i17s d. hoest pen cows to 9 pounds we sold' M...

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HOP GROWING FOR THE MILLION. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 October 1883

HOP GROWING:' FOR THE MILLION. (cosiu, nI oTsT.) Hopgrowing, is supposed to be an industry,only to be ientered upon by capitalistts. ;This is ait old country notipi;, 1}Tlio, lselopiiiut of the hop has sonmany advantages over all. other part!s of the world, that small capiial iets can enter.upon it' hero wfrith a cer tainty of success, if they have only that .inportant anid useful capital, the la!sor of a family of growis up children. The only apparent'drawback to thisis s the cost of a kiln for drying the hops,; but this need not dater anyoie fronm- grow. ing hops, if they havb soiland situation suitabll.,; A kiln caipablo ofdrying: all the hops a family tail pick in a day can be constructed,for a sum so sniall;, that it need iot hinder anyone frqon eiitering upon it. I will give a descri tion of a kiln capable of drying 60 buesels twice in twenty fourhours that canlbe con structed for ten posuids including labor and mate?ialsn any placewhero tinmber and clay can t~ got lhandy. The...

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UPPER MAFFRA. Saturday, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 October 1883

UPPElZ iAPFRA. (rnowr ia owei s oonnosorovce.) Saturday, October 20. ! Tle subjctioftthle:Heyfield railway is bound, liki ".Hamlet's Ghost,. to again erop up, not only to appal thise who are antagonistic to its vicinity, but likewise to cheer' the liheartsio 'thise who cani aiprioiatoe sptedycodsiniunica tion, its advantagei, and note withiscea-" tainty,tlhe dial of continuous moral and oiiard progress. .As I have ever bloii a-" strong' advocato .,off"ho ..power.of steam and electricity, ainl approve .of its utility being.brought into. the in most receaasesof our Colonial E.mpire! The above denonstration will be hailed with delight by all seinsible people? Of late tiero lia ieenp strong' antagonis tid fr ing' 'btwo Zithe~rop sed, lines, whicli way the "grand trunk Bairns. dale n.line,"should take., U.;ii mountain bound line being, as fi consider, somwa what snubbed liy ouendeading i in bs that contiuuous agitation, was actually' necessary to awaken up :the residents of this-district...

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BRIAGOLONG. 22nd October. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 October 1883

'BRIAGOLON(G (rFoM oun own UolmnneroiNmF) r ', - ..- .. ".ccd OdEctober. .Mr :Martin, railwaivy engiaer, ns herseon'Saturday ?to inspect the upper line. There are ino dillicultias from (hero to Liildenow, I;ut thlie: Lindlow people are reluctant od.interfere:with their presient arraigemnits, for fedr: it may: lead:' to the delay of the con strc tion of ,the liie: They cnsiderf+4at the resources of tlie northerni l?elt ri be ultimately dbveoiped by an '$etefip, . of -the "Briagolong 'branch.: Theo:rail. way bride ovSer the Ayon being placed below Stratford instead .of somewhere bitcfiaetwe eir a~iW ? 'a Cilark's oros.singe seems intended to favortlite jncti on liy Stratford. "Your corresponident;" True Liberty (his nmasquorald s'nme, I uppose)coines? outiwith.a savage snort at tle audacityc ,.of your B'. iagolong "correspondent in daring to hold opiniions differeint froi hii anT glad to see that an innocent' pumn, baa i~rouglt hlti to admit that Drn isloorhoueo istlhe ablest reasoner...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 October 1883

MAFFRA, FRIDAY, OCT. 2&t Fat and Store Cattle, Pure-bred Heifers; &c t. A M'LEAN & CO. will sell, attheir . yards, 20 Prime Fat Bullocks. . 15 do. do' Cows and Bullocks. 80 Mixed Cattle. AccouNT C.` PENDERdOAS, Esq., Omneo. 90 First-class stationblred l ullocks 20 Cows. Fon. H. P..KEoot, Es~., Kilmorine. 300 very superior station-bred Bul . locks, 4 to::5 years, all of the well-known MM brand, half fat. 100 splendid Cows, fronm same stla S tion; half fat. . FOR MESSRS. OssnoR Bnos- Pure-bred Bull Agamemnon, 5th ` "Knight..; Full, pedigree at sals. -12 Pure-bred short-horn Heifers, equal to any ever sold in Gipps land, by " Agamemnon's 5th Knight," out of pure-breialcows, by " Lord -Napiegr. Pedigree at office of the;anctionemrs. STORE CATTLE. ' STORECOATTLE. BAIRNSDALE; SATURDAY, OCT. 27. DAMLEAN A- CO. will sell, at their . yards, " : 1,000 Very Superior Cattle, direct ,. from Manuro-consisting of bul Siocks;`cows, steers and heifers. To be classed and sold ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 October 1883

C: Ooaches, 8&.. an O.'s COAoCHES leave R CITERION HOTEL. SALE to BATRNSDIALE, 1.45 p.m. daily (Saunday excpted); ,.areivilng at iltvrnlale at 7.30 p. a. FFare 10s. All information, ,A., at Cobb and Co.'s Ofice, Critorion Hotdl, Sale. . ROBERTSON, WAGNER &. CO. ea ýlý . - New ROYAL, MAIL A COACH will RUN DAILY between A above placees, leaving Newry daily at 9.45 am., MIafra 11.15 a?. ., arriving at Salo at 12.45 p.it, and roeturn the same day, leaving Sale on arrival of train for Mdmra and Newry. . ' passangers and parcels booked at" the following places: Sale, Criterin Hotel ; .MafFn, J Knsr's Metropolitan. Hotel; . and. at ]Rawlin's Newry HoteL J. FISHER. HEYFIELD TO MAnFRA. HE. Conveyance between the above pances will be. DISCONTINUED until further notice. A ny parcels. that o be forwarded on horaback will bo duly delivered. All parcels muist be prorild, "ld any for Seatoli or Glanmaggis will be, orMarded byH.MlaIxfield. JAMES KING, Mailman:. ROYAL2MAIL COACHES. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 October 1883

Shire Notices., HAFFRA SHIRE. ENDERS, numbered and addressed '-to the President; will be ieceived at the Shire Hall, Mfafra, till 11 o'olock otn 'Wednesday, 31st day of October, 1883, for the following works : Repairs on road friom Valencia Creek .? to Cheese' Factory Bringolong. Cutting downl hill on read to Cameron's, Valencia COrok. . Clearing rooul between M'Innes and Carp,ntor's land, Briagolong. - Fixing battens on: low level bridge over Aver River. Formation on road from laffra to Rose dalo, in Tinamba. Fencing in Upper Maffra "Reorentioot Reserve. Painting three bridges, Western'asd Central Riding. . Clearing Maxfield's road, Glenmaggie, Erection of chock-and-log fence, Valon cia Creek crossing. Plans and speoifications may be inspec tel, and forms of tender obtained, at the Shire 1all, Matfra, on and after Saturday the 27th instant. A preliminary deposit 'of 2 ;p'er cent. cudt nconmpany enoh tender. The lowest or any tender not necessarily acepted. . .p.ed. GEO! THOS.. JONE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 October 1883

S ITrade Notices. - : T. B. :tABBOTT. &;CO. CHEMIS"TS,: DND R U , D'RUG S . DENTISTS, ": ,SALE AND MAFFRA,; ' .N TIHANKING the public for: past favors and soliciting 'a continlanlce of the 'support so liberally ::accorded hili, begs to call attention to his Srs tIALITIES. imany of owhihl (aore ,arti cularlylhis ahlorodyne, Autibilious Pills and Odoutalgine) have coaunanded a large slo for the lastfourtoenorfifteenyears;a,nd proved equal if not superior to all othlt preparations of the kind 'his " OC HLO RUDYNE is pronounced by emin ent physicians and all who have: used it, superior to. any similar preparation. It speedily relieves in wlmteverorgan and wlhatevercause, pain and produces a feeling of comfort and m' quietude not obtainable by othos remiedies, allays irritation of the nervus- system, creates a calm refreshing sleoop auiid there are no bada'eiects .. It acts like a c?harml in Diarrhaeai, Dysentry, Colic, Spasms SPalpitation, and gives almost immediate b relief in ...

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SKETCH OF MELBOURNE, BY AN OLD NEW CHUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 October 1883

SKET?iClr OF MELBrOURfNE, BY AN OLD NEW WCHIJU.. Upwards of :30' yiarn ago: in tie mouth.of FPnebruary 1853, I landed oia the shotlrlp qf,Port Pllilip. .31elthournle wans then ainall,. though hi sy: to?il 'andl Entrald-flill, now. rins ..to tllt dignity.ofna.vity. could Iost 'nof. only one wooden buildlingl whichstood;iin the midslt of thonmuudn d of* white tnhlt. Iwherin i udweelt ma population ofp upwards. of 20,0000 pipl ,." Therli were ni to r lil rw3vy in thlite'k dnmi, nxcept thtlinip rtin- i ,.'." from bllbo?mrie., to :'iimtldrilge, n a y the whnl, ,of the tmfillo :w t up. vt ..Yuu;,a. Lighters tugged . by steam I natt?snail trtim?packets e trding to IIndiL froll, Gccloig, twici? dlay, caused a.. husth! and confnnion whi lwaon irrita-. ting to priaooin of n?rvmous teisper?li?it.. Collisioon wour of frcquoeat,,gqcututeue . and scarcely a day passed without a fr casualty of some kind taking place. in The 'name 'of " Hell fire Jack," a in sobriquet given to the commander of fe o...

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A GLIMPSE IN AND AROUND SYDNEY, N.S.W. October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 October 1883

,A GLIMPSE IN AND AROUND SYDNEY; N.S.W. ;'is -(PROl OUR OWN CORRllEPONDiiNT.) Oc .tober , On ontnring Sydney Heads the eye is soont feasting upon the beautiful s?aenery of Port Jtiksoh,with its ninmorohl ays and craggy. points. Bu't so' much 'has Ilesli written by gushy travellbrs-'re%" peutiigit,,.thst onuis apt to expicu'to6 see gorgeous scenes that nlily fairyvlhld could, producusa;iud iits colltquibice th, undoubted beauiesd that it doonpos seis fails at first to realize' the pi.econ= ceived plietire,'anld a'light ifeeliInt?lf disappoint?lnet is fblt. But this it 'i advisaaltle to coneal ; f' lrof their 'har Ihour thel Sydtlyites are julstly proil?," and olpt to praise it, is no light nllebtce. A visitor willprohably hle askedthwentty times a day.wlhat hlt thinks of tile llr Iourl anlld as practieo Illkes. ptrfet, he very toots bheuptImes an. adeptl. At what Sah Slick termis Suft Sawlelr. " The homeliness of the peopll i~sa very noticiahule feature, friendly in tlIeir nmainer an...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 29 October 1883

MAIL NOTICES. Mails close at tho Maltra Pout-o0ilco for tile following piaces nse aidor:- " For Sail Itnaedalo, Traralgon' Val. halia, 'I'Tneemgu'io, ,Melbourne, Port Albert, Torravill, tc.. it l1.m i. daily. For Stratford, T-iarnadalo, .Irotlhon, Omeo, riant; TD go, otc, ildaily ati 1°.30 p. nt. For Upper Maflra daily at 3 lini.' For Iloyliolcl,; Clnuingn, Cgtvwwnr, and Seatonii, on Tuesdays, Thlirsdays, andl Saturdaya, at 3 p.m. . Blriagolong, daily at 2.40 p. in Thm Post-oulico i opon for, tologrmans at 8.30 in.ni till 8 p.in., closing boleono 1 and 2 anld .and 7. Postal business from ii a.m, till 6pi.). Mails closo for Mnali at the under. moentioned pilicos an ,nlidoi : Salo, at 1.30 p.m. daily. krinagolong; at 10.5 an. m dily. Newry, at 0:30 an.m. daily. :' Stratford, at 3.15 p in. daily. Ifoylold, 8.30 a.m. Tunodays, Thurso daiys, and Saturdays.

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THE ADULTERATION OF BEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 29 October 1883

THE ADULTERATION OF BEEERS MIr Dow askd' thie Cliih Secretary. iiithiAssemiblyoion Wedii edaiy, whetlher ieo oiildu take steps to piotecti lithe hi growig indutry friom the cilanger. iliwol tin ateirj'it as many duings of" a d;'bl (torius clilaricter were bingi pilraced! iii thi minarketd tlliot thii placo of hopn ni thm inailufartoro of Iheir Teitiml ereb foitRara: Kaja: pointed ou that`t the iiittwons'nos aiiost serious ontii to pler sones whoh dd iiivestdd i tie hlibp "row ig indaistry, andi niectingslidhad hoie hold01 at homobon the subject: Ho halind eein apriortelmt sont oubt fromn Eog land by a largo medical firin; ,iio whihi dral; used inu ti nanufaeture of iat ree wrep priced.: Unless some eCepoi ore takien to profolit the adultaitiorin the liopi rowiig initeresot ouid'sufler to",-°* vdryoariois e'ttit, and lie hoped thio'' t Goveriiientt would (iio0o0ii tlio iatteri Mir d'Lca dhio thiat lie l had recoioed letters on the same nsulject froin asuii i bhr of hop growers in Gip...

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CRICKET. MAFFRA V. ROSEDALE. CUP MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 29 October 1883

CRICKE:T; 31AFJ HA V. ROSEDALE. Cue MATroI.. ThI firtinrntch of the saloon liotweent the uallovOl clul wns, playei d at3laffrads on,bSatur iny last, andxresultod iii ant cony vibtory for tihe local team.) irssi.: i. I r'. ,hlili nad A: Crown captaiiedt; enxjuti:u "ta,, niid -thue formier; wini ninug thii,tossn, lenil Ros]edais' to the wickets, whio Wero nil disposed of iin'oA few. initiiths for 10 ruinsL W n itahele more ,nrid T. Clromb weru tho liowllersA for;M Inra1i0oth ofe thenic liig in good form;.tlle foruor takinig five wickets . fortirca rmus, and thi'elatter. throdfor uiii) 15s..! i. Allan' I: arriisiwerai tthe firstio liat for 31a'ra, and liefore thi lila tiWiclkt fell 47 runs hadbeeiC scored! Whientii owas? called.(GoLp m.) mvly thieof ti o:IMaflia team lihadlieen tdisposcd: of,; tiris;wslio had been theie liours ndil a half: at. tho:wickets, maak., ing top scoref86.: .. snrs. R. Harpeai aind J King ncted' rlicieilntly asoiunpures. for Matlrai sild Rosedaisirespectiteoly:...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, 21st October. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 29 October 1883

EUR 0 PEAN 'TELE GRAIcg, (AGE.) Locooirz, 31st October, Thoe negotiations' which hlave - hcio carried o'n for ,ninnly :niotlis pastlao twoenmi Chilli anid;,rru, harvat lenngth beet.brougrhtalt to, a insuu, the formner' counitry' having waivect its diimand for i prolonged occupation of Peruvin ter ritory; AK trenty of pence hin non beeia. signed , and til Chilian forces aim pro. pariain to evacmount Limn, the capital, and Callno, tlhe chief seaport town. a. LoaNDoa; 22nd1 Octolbe, Mi. t. Minurrvay Smiith, tlith Victorian Agent-Geoeral, ihans selected four gentle meii, whose nnoies ho will.subinit to thl Victorian G v .tmin'it, as saitablo. or the appointon uo of chairannio of tliho new. IRanilwaycBonard. Shiocksc of earthquake, more or less. sovere; continio to be felt ovier' a wide at'i iEiiroie. r Reports recived froiii a a a andi Triesto statoe that severe hokli s were' tloperienced this(Monday) tioorniaig hbut that, altlough inich alnriii to.tho inihabittiits was causcd, ao serio...

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MELBOURNE. Saturday, 27th Oct. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 29 October 1883

M;~ 1LBO~uUEIIE .:)i namorrom:6~1~o)?n~~dl oto3 r lay;, "7ti Oct Of corii thei iitdliiance of thihiIo ed doprturoe of 11ti TLotrnliiotoi'on panicsii 10 olditiiii iiib Giipsoliini for lti news ttr'irls npnce, lot din at pity thI investors i this utisae hut regrot that tliti' inonot of L7 000 hliasheon taklioi fromn thecountry, andi the' anmountt is cotisildetriilv mlvo re than tliio, Ieiig quo. tad at l'111000. LTinsn of the clissiical who Ilarq iiinrvetid,in this littlio luxoiry will gaii sa. littlhi coiniolation.. ini tIh wjrdsl, I blessed are they that exiect niot," for on hulinting up thl Lattin dit-o, tiinary I findl that " Sparo" is transla told ' to Ilook for, expect; usually sonme tling desirnleh." ThIm lhst' part wln no doubt tih viivw Spiron inok of lhis iioi le pln r, anid desirigi the reiady 'cash, Ins appn"rriitontl it. unto himseilf. A sutninnl ion haII ien is ned for this g"n tlamann'e arrnt for a.dolt of 30s. They iexp0 to cntcl hliii, liut I. itfer you above. While o...

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SMOKING IN RAILWAY CARRIAGES. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE MAFFRA SPECTATOR [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 29 October 1883

SMOIE NG U .RAIL)W'AY CARRIAGES. We din not held ourselvos roespanible for the opinionsioff ou Corretpondents.] TO TOE EDITOR OP TIH tIAPitIIA SPiFLTATOR Site Mi Richardson has drawn the tittiltieil of'; Prlianliett to thi aboillti btIlle practice, whiit it iiirll ed iii of fall oking us,, pilsywi carriages,° n!0;,' b the station lIlatfornms. Thcsu remarks will, fiidt a, syimpatheti'restponsoenot ottly among tihe fair: sex ieut froen all teteantookcro It decrosoem a. strange taste for these ho0 it dulgo in tlhe-pn gent and to some, the most unsavory. or d, to jlou siet in ititlictibg it ul o t thLt general cotniutuity, lwhile thiere ire smboking carciagco specilily' prorvided, they oildoat use them,t hubt prefer to Slight up" ilk tlhn comipany of Itnon mtokers, and ' ete of fenitlus.e Of cournse tlheo could ohbp1t, ind if p1r oittrl in lay an inforaat iott againast the oft'odors. But whliy should any . i eopetlktled to this unplIIasant act by the Ithoghtless iico llilnets' of. i net...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MAFFRA STOCK REPORT. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 29 October 1883

0011IERi9VI1L INT.LLL1ENGEl. II AFI I, TOCIC ]IEPOrnT. Frilday. t :leresoo A. lLtoan and Co. roport: i We yrdied In lain 'o number of cattle at T'rotalan oh ;Ilolday last, our yards crowled, -'it 1( likings olnol-k, nid ,:a nainnbaof Iot a oii.. ;At Mama fitn,, o I' ridtay, a bevy sippily of fat and store cattle fonrward. W 3'uyarded about 800 Sshead, 100 of ivbioh weto fat; hiddinis again hem" ratber dull, oxcept for good Iots wlsichinadte islbiot oat week's itats. We sold about 70 fat lullocks, froni L7 to LT7 IS Gd.; do. cows, L5. 10, mnediuimn quality. Store cattle.-Wa sold 250 Ibullocks, account HI. iP. Koglh Esq., Kilmorie Station, at LO all round being the highest average for ouchia nuilner, for years past; also 80 cowis, same owner, averaging L3 8a ; we ablso sold 90 steers for C. Pelndergnst, Esq., atL318s ; the aovo wets young and in low condition. Cows, samisowner at L 12s; ivealso sold sevoeral oither lots of cattlo at full rates. WeV also sold a nice lot of shortliorn h...

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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, OCT. 29, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 29 October 1883

THE T·. E MOND y MOIPNING, OCT. 2s 1883. TiE iRev Joseph Kian tltheie i eing of the ICongregatioinal Union in' Mel houine, made a most eloquent snd. fer vent address to the imembers of that Council, on the religious asipect of the anl'cation of New Guinea. Indealing withl the questionll of tie'Friicl con vict syotemll lhe trusted they would take the oppoituilnity of 'trenogtliediiiig, the hands of our legislators' is theirprotest sagiiivt the transpoitatioii of liotorious criminale to the Pacific.islatids. It was on ly inaitural that we should be alarmed ai the danger to which we would lo sub cted, of being always liablle to the preseince amiongst us of numbers of theose depraved creatures. The cliurclhes were no0 eiilieavori"ng to heou'ii thl rent andi growing spread of vice and corruption esti g isti i amongst us, oven Laielitii ileaand wvhich if assisted by the influx of French crimiinals of the hoisevt and most dlepraved type, would assume dimenosions almost beyond thu rpowe of ...

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