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OVER IRRIGATION OF HOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 November 1883

OVER IRRIGATION OF O HOPSi The-, ' rwer's Journal" statae that thil brwers complain tllat many samples of Australian. hops want toughness, that they boil aivay to shreds' on the wort, illd altogether lark strength, hot it as regards flavor, aronit,:a.d textutc. Wi.thinc, this is caused ill manya on? by, over irrigation.; grounds a re drt.t. ched with water in the holpsof forcilng dutsa heavy' crbp,forgriting-t n thatthis sacrilice of quality, to quantity will 'All against thl 'grower it. the long ruin I[op.grower should try to. establish a tlanme for their' particular hbalnt, andl for thn.hops of their distriot ; th re is Io'douhi, tharit theo various hop districts will plod Ice dilrereut qualities, having peculiar and distinctive clthracteritics; one for instancit, a fine delil at:n lavored hop, perhaps ratlher tldeicient in hitt, r anu keeping qualities, well adapted for hopping down ; another, a strong, hit ter, resinous mainplo, better adapted for use in the boihlr, and black ue...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, NOV. 5, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 November 1883

MONDAY MORNING, NOV 6, ,1883. SWe are indebted to Mr.?. W. Merry, for the following :--Rainfall alt Maffric for the month of October 1883, 3 inches and 11 points. For this your to 31st October, 1883, 17 iuches and 38 points. Rainfall for the corresponding months, 1882, 17 inches and 63 poinis. Our local auctioeiers advertise in ano ther column that they; will not hold thoer usual weekly sales here on Friday next, owing to the Melbourne races. i The following are Mr. Howitt's arragoe. ments for holding courts of petty sessions during the presentb month :-Sale, 6th, 10th, and 20th inst.; Bairnedale, 7th and 22nd ;B1ruthen, 8th I halra, 12th ; Toon gabble, 13th; Walhalls, 14th ; Ruoedale, [9th; Stratford, 28th ; Bondoe, 30th' Attention is direoted to' ur advortisii g columns, where tenders are invited by the MaIfra Shire for fencing materiauls for the Maffra rerioetion reserve : also a reininder to defaulticng ratopayers. 4" Asmodous" in the " Loader" writes : -On Tuesday cmorning, I a...

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MELBOURNE RACES. Spectator Office, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 November 1883

MELBOURNE RACES. (FROM OUR .OWNCCORRESPONDENT.). SSpectator Office, Satsurdy Nlit ,'. 'The day was beautiful and the atton dnaicfgood. The Hill,-Flat, mnd.Stand ivein crow aed '. Tio improvemientit. to the course, etc., wereigreatly, admired. TiLe races were good,, and resulted con trary to expectations; : " ' l.. MBrDnou3BSTAKig;o .Commoltnioln, First Dembn, I. Grnd. ', Betting - G;to 6 Conimotion ; 2 to 1 LeaGrand ; '5 to i First Dimo.i:. Tiuie '2 iiin- utellI: seconds. :i. HoTioiAUr 'HANDICAP - W arint'gro, ]BriAsol :Dukedoii. , 4 tol against'Bris Lol ;, 5. to l"Walltangra Tioie miii uteaH53 sseconds. ,L MAniLnaiNo.s. Tolanth,. Kinig'B Own, David. --KingsOwn. 10t6 1- ; David 5 to 1. . 1minuto 2.secon'ds. ' "SiratL'N R\o.--Phantoin, Egerton. Mib?t?iake. lioii,: 1 ininute 27T sicnds ' DimnRy i.- artiii' Henir, 'Sirdine, IIu'refinb. 5 til 1 ahs ii|; Mi'ftini Henry. id; Sardine.-'1ir.ne' 2; minutes 39 tiiconds. ' COonunb STAKE--Paul, FryingpRn, The Joker. 1 minute 58 second.' Won eas...

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UPPER MAFFRA. 3rd November, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 November 1883

UPPER MAFFPRE A.. (ROni OUR OWN cOltcnSPONDEnr.z) 3rd Novoimbr, 1883. The turbulent and unsettled state of the weather continues inialated -one dlay fiercely hot, the next delugi~d viith rain. For wlhact cultiro aiiouglh wet has filledl to elnsure a good crop. Pena, barley, potatoes imagiolds, and our grass lands are really looking :in: first. class order--indeed tlihy' nler appear. edl inll etei tritil, andi pronmise- food for. all thrlughlout ausinmer anid .the ensu-i ing winter monthli So far, alllool:si serecie, iiwitsltintlding the squalls we have ha?d..: Upon exalinilng.', he grat ing lands, I find that tihe' inii.hin not pecnetrated more tlai 'six iicxlies'deep, and the water-holes not connected with a river qor biackwater' still remain par, tially dry " .. : . lr. Liddelo, the gentlocmai ppoin: ted to our State School at Newry as head mascter, hloncocmineiiced Icis duties, the reorganisation' and icmprovements being completed., I1 trust ho will meet with every oncouragement ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 November 1883

At Border Towvi, S.A.. says. a tile gram, ahoy named- Omnar Arthur, 11 years old, took ri strong do(10 of'strych. nine,, enough:indeed to'killthree men. The boy wanted to go shooting contrary' 'to his parent's orders, and wins punislied for taking tho gun down.. When" the parents'. hacksh wire turned he took; ;downr the. bottle of stryulhnino. from, a high, shelf and swanllowed. iome. "Hn had been warned not to touch tho bottle. The fathner gave a salt emetic, but .it was too late. The poi0sn2 had been nb sorbed into the .system, and the hboy diedthree hours after. At the inquest the evidoence slihowed tat the hbov hil a dillerence with his yonlger brotlnirs, and :that the :ca'use of his ronmmitting suicide ha1d! nothing to dn w:th:hin, pa 'rents' refusal to allow him to go out shooting. Thto jury returned a verdict that deceased died front tlho.eoflct of stryclhniiO: self-administered. Whatover business or profession an ode. catod ivonitan takes up, intonding it to bo romunorntivo,...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MELBOURNE. Friday, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 November 1883

MELBOURNE.. ,(camei A' oieiicSPOensocr.). Friday; Notvemieor 2,. STo-day is thel opeoing of one of,tli' gayest seasons of the Victorian year ; forl:freedom, and. license, it certainly, out-does time honoured customs.:, Qf course, town is. crowded with, visitors, who are easily picked. out fromi the general crowd by their ruddy,' ealthy and sune burnt or wecither. burnt faces, tleir slouching free and'.'ieay gait, and the love: of colour which always denotes the countrymoan or wona, ;L 'they do not love gay colours,!' give thenm plain red and yellow. As usuali they are a mark forall the vultures of society and seclm to take the soinetinmes unpleasant intrusioi,' with ldmostt pleasure. The police, the police court lawyers and that cro'd, are looking forivard to their share-of the spoil, and from, thi. fact that few seem to learn from experience, they will not he disappointed this year and will have to report ei falling oil in business. . All' shows are well .patrocnised; from thoeoper...

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HAY MAKING ON SCIENTIFIC PRINCIP[?]ES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 November 1883

HAY MAKING ON SCIENTIFIC PRI VCIP -.ES' There are fiw, operations 'in general fanrming. in lhih timean d alnhour are so conpletely thrown awa a' as ill the Inntter; of sat?ilng liea' ; aftr nnwinlg, tll narprtunt tsft 'cn'". (esspecially ini wob weathl r of making a i fj' ia n Ill cracks . a .. nrger uses, t,.,u ... ly lield. cocks, 'o.rrnair uantildrawn to|a tIh riell, a?u d le neveral rakiags nfter tacli operatona is nncrlrcessary aexpense. It is aR great a'aistalka. ia the first pl ace to pnermit tlhe hany to he soakaeld by rain, and after war taon hl hieaclhed.by thl' sunaa, until all nutriaantnt is dalird out of it; (like old dry bonas.) 'Aftr the swnatlhe is oncae broken the hay'is at the aercy of every passing lshower,'as tlhe blades' or sterns bleing turne.d: ian overy direction forthl most part, fornm oonlductors for tlhe rain into the heart oftlhe cocks, whicli. have afterwards to Iae opsnu:l out for the pur pose of lieinag dlried, and it ia quiten un !ecessary to lilnaeh ...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, 1st November. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 November 1883

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. S(AoGE.) Lonob,' lot Novenilier. The feeling between the Oramryneon and the. National party in,parts of, Ire land has for some tihn post been very bitter. 4t Londondorry a strong body of tlin former han forci-mly seized uponi tliotowii hall, in order to prevent the Nationalists, from, holdilng, a.. mooting vhloin was to. have taomon, place this oveiiig,,aml at thp prm'on4" time tthey rombain iii po.oonsion of tlio, bIilding., A?ihough M. OChallomiclLmcour lIas resumed his portfolio of Milister for IForeign Alire, it is undertoodlitliat h cill definitely. rsigni vOery siAortly, and that MI. Jules Ferry, President-.of the Counicil of Miinisters; will be appointed in lhis stead. Thlo weekly Baki of iEngIland returoo show the prioportimn of resrve' to:liali litin to he 13 per ceitt;, Ibeing tIhe anae as last week; the total aniountt of re servo ir notes anid hullioci: is £13,100, 000, 'ling ig, a dc'ease .of £000,000 no comparedi with last week.. Lo' ' : nove, 2nd0 N...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 November 1883

{MAIL NO'rTIOI. Mails close at theo ',lalrmr Post-oflico for he following placos as :udur :- . Fur Sid Rlosud:do, Tr.di.d gon,r Wal ?ail, Tunagas'biu, Mlulhlurne, Port Albert, Tarraville, &c, at IL a.in. daily. For Stratfordl, Baihrnsidtl, Brilthon, nI?o, (;:.ut, D.rg6o, etc., daily at' 12.30 For UpllOi" 1t 310f daily at ? p.m. For 1ayluiil. 'Gloiuuna;gio, Cowwar, ldSoatuo, o.ln ll.nsdoLay,, Tlhdinlilysn and Siunloayi, aIt :1 p.m. BIindeit:l, ,il. i t :.4o8 ?. aI. ?bt Po l' s:- li oe 'h L01(tn far tolegrams .t&:A 0 ml tillS p. , closing. botweel Sand 1 a I ii al: 7. 1',.tdl.hu siness fnan, d.u. till i :p. Mu!fi ollos o:r .'? t'lt at the undlor leontiod. ,:t ts all ud1r: -.1 Sale, .at ..J3 p.ml d.ily. lra?lllll, at 10.115 I. daily. Newry, at 9.30 i. Ill. ldaily. Stratfrnl, lit :.15 p.m, dn . ,ail . Ihoyfiold, 8.$0 .Im. TuesOOdys, Thurs dors. and Saturdays.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 November 1883

25 per cent. Below, the .Usual * Til: ' :Priceati '.W? " •: .'. S . KAHAN. &.,CO,.'S,. ISTE . B TT SALE, . And on Easy'." An employ of or will atteond. in 1lTfra oevery FnlinY 'to' t.ake repairh nl gene"al 'busines,.i'.ioxt Mr. Fuller ten's Sadleir' Shop, Johnsoai:streoL Government .Notices, V. R.: VI TOR I AN,;AIlL WAYS. l0uioo . Rc nAOs-rnLPR I MEBTIuN 1883.1 From thn 21)th October to the 10th. No nmber inclusive tickets available for ro l vm by any trin llp to the - night of the lithNUovoimbr will be issued at Holiday ucuri-on Fares from all stations (Subur ln excoptcd) to Molbourne only.., Trains willrun as per Time Tablo. From the 2nd Sorembcr to thie 1titNovember inclusivo ho Departnient cannot enilgge to forward HORSES and VEHIOLES.by any par tiulor trailn.. iulr t. D. GILLIES, Conlmissionerof Railways. To1 LET, HOUSE nnd Land (com modious and comfortlable), Stah lin, c., on the Highlainds'of Mairra. Eutry on an early date.' Apply W.: McOUBBIN, Vattle Lodge, Sale. . ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 November 1883

Holloway'sP a ills.-The' chief wonder of modern times.-c This icomparnab'e Medicine . increases thie .appetite, strengthens th3" stonach, clennas a the liver, corrects billiousoiess, and prevents flatulency; it purities the system, in vigorates the nerves, and re-instates sound health. Ti, ' enormous demand for leae Pills throughout the globe might cause astonishment were it not known that a single trial convincss the most sceptical that no medicine equals ,Holloway's Pills in its ability to lessen or: remove all complaints incidental to the human race.; They are a blessing to the afflicted; and-a boon to all. The purification of the.blood, reooval of all restraints from the secretive organs, and gentle aperient; actions, are the prolific sources of the extensive curitite range of Hollorway's Pills. Trade Notices, T. B. ABBOTT. & CO. CHEMIST S, DIR'U G G I S T S, DENTISTS, SALE AND MA FFRIA, I N THANKING the public for post I favors and soliciting i, coutinuauuic of the supp...

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OUR NEW MANAGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 November 1883

OUR HEW MANAGER. (1'rom C£haomess Juriat ) ' Well, my, de?. Marian, .whatevor the cause, I anp very. glad you hadl the courage to come;' said .Mrs.Yallens,. as her visitor. faltered' audi paused in her speclh ;' and inow youlhave to tell nm all the news.a-IsMr Philip .made chieft clerk yet c i .. ?' 'N-o,'.'turned tho girl. :, 'Well, then,:has your new: manager dlisplityed aly fresh excellencesl"resu rmnd: Mni'Vallens, after a glance expresr sive of somen surprise at the unwuontedc brovity of her.. visitor'se spenolit I oi has lie But tiny deairchild?l you are ill.l-or, themo isisomiething:disturtb ing you.; Has any trouble brought yooi ouit to -le-s on icha. dayl' .It: mnight - have beeoa- monioatary: brightening-o:. the gloomysky ,?vhich, enabled. hdi. to - see her visitor's. face .noro,clearly,. or there might hal'n been a change itothe face ;but .Mras. Vallens rose as she epoke ailnd, went close to the girlrto. hlig her !brow wilth a, tender., and, synipathetio hand lns she did ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 November 1883

'Auctions. NOTICE. W the Undersigned herety agree -tht 'we will NOT IOLI) our : usual WEEKLY SALES at lallfra or SSale, on FRIDAY and 'SATUY DAY the'9th and 10thlinsts..t A. 3f'LEAN & CO. J. WISHART & CO. ENQLISI, LITTLE & CO. R'. RGUTHRID 1EI A t5Ju. 0, MAOKINTOSF Ak CO. 'iELAND advertisedfor sale on 2nd N 7 Nov. on account"of :Exeouturs D, COnmeron, also account E. Oamenin, Esq., .hna been postponed till Nov.. lOth, to give time to lhavo plans, &c:-, prepsred. A:. I'I"LAN : CGO. SLAND -` LAND. LANID. • AFFRA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBIER 16th M?LEAN i~sw CO, lhave received in i structions from executors of D. Camne .ron, to sell on above dite 178 acres first-class agricultural and fattening land within malf-a-milo Si. of 3Inat township. The above consists of black and chnco late spil of great depth and fertility with extensive frontage to Macalister River, and is well fenced and subdivideld. - . Also, - S.:87'are -first-elnas grditg and fat tolling Innd at Wa-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 5 November 1883

Coaches; &c. nnB d CO.'ns COACHES leave CRITERION HOTEL . SALE to BAIRNSDALE, .1.45 pm.n ily (Sunday excepteld,, arriving, nt imidrnlua at 7.30 p.tan.:', are,'lO.' . rll infonn?ation, ,&C., at, Cobb and Co.s' ROBERTSON, -WAGNER& CO. Sale to Maifra and Newry ROYAL :MAI. SCOACII will RUN DAILY botwean , Above places, leaving Nowry daily at I.(45a., Ma lath 11.15 a.t., arrivling at He at 12.45 p.m, 'and return thob ans o 9r, Icavill Sale on arrival of train 'for l?Ir nnl Ndewry. " Paosengurs andi paroels bookced at the filCing places : Silo, Critoriun liotel ; Maffra, J Knnx's tltnllltan ilotel; "and at Rawlin's 'cry lintel. J. FISHER.. HEYFIELD. TO MIAFFRA. , lilE Convoyance between thie above jplaces will be DISCONTINUED ntil further notioo. Any parcels that nMbo forwarded on horaback will bo duly bliirered. All parcels must be prepaid, nalany for Seaton or Glonmaggie will be omnrded by II Maxfield..... JAMES KING, Binilnmmn. ROYALL 3ALItr COflA'o"r . TOOO A1I...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 8, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 8 November 1883

TIlE THURSDAY MORNING, NOV.8, 1883. Tutn Racing Carnival is upoea us again with gifeatly.increased fervour. All tlhat can by any means leave their i.usi i ness in the country, with, or without ,other excuse, are off to Melbourne. ' The " Derby" orthe "Cup," is on every 1 lip. Fromss eachof the colonies come Steeming multitudes, crowding overy - tram and steam boat, until thle city is swarming like an anthill, aid money is being coined by its fortunato trades men like ihailstones in a thundershower. No doubt, it is a grand opportunity I for those bhut up all the year in the i solitudo of the country or remote bush, to take advantage of the greatly cheap ened traveling, to see the sights of Melbourne. and the grander spectaclei of one hundred tlhousand in one spot, gathered to witness the superlb exploits of a number of high bred, and beauti fully trainedl race horses. To Gipps. landers this last named grand sight cannot fail to be of immenose interest. Apart from the slpectaculor dis...

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

96 per cent. Below. tie Usual trice at'.. S. KAHAN & CO.'S, ý0STEIr.STIREET, SALE, And on EasyTorhse.. An eniployO of ours will attend in IaslTem overy FRIDAY to take repairs adgenertl business, next Mr. Fuller toa's Saddler's Shop Johnson-street. roveilmfent Notice9; 7. R. I RO A NRAILWAYS. vuooRnY RAEr.S-Sreinto HemrIco 1883. From the 20th October to the 10th JT!. trmber inclusive tickots'avallable for ro Ipmbsany train unto the night of the lithNovncr will be issued attHoliday bIurrion Fares from all stationris (Subur n excepted) tn Melbourne only. Trains rillmn as per Time Tnhle. From the 2nd SbreLber to the 17th NNovember inclusive Ia Departmlett annot otenageo to forward foRSESJ and VEHIOLES by any par. a:ulnr train. D. CLLIES, Commissionerof Railways. 1T0 LET, HOUSE nid iand (corm T matious and comfoitable), Staib ag, Sr., on the HighlaridswofLMatTra. Ltry on an early dato. Apply WV. Mco UBBIN, f Wattle Lodge, Sale. TENDERS are inited for REMO VAL of a largo HOUSE in ...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 8 November 1883

MELBOURNE STOOK REEPORTS (Br Ertcrlon Tor:anonUA.) Wednesday Evening. Messrs. A. M'Lean and Co. report: Fat cattlo 1450 (forward i prices foell from 15 to 20s. we sold Mr Boland's bullocks to £O 10s. Mr. Cole's at £8 15s. McFarlann's at £7 17s Gd.; Crisp's at £7 2s Od. Prudens to £7 12s ad, and cows at £6 15sa; Swan's at market rates; we also sold eahlves. fromi£ to £ll15s. Mr. E. A. Paterson reports:-Fat Cattle.- 1,450 yarded to-day, mostly good quality. Salee Itriok at Inst week's rates, I sold 10 bullocks for Mr. R.. Blyth, Briagolong, to £10 2s Gd. Fat Calves.-00 penned and selling at lato quotations. Fat sleep.-11,400 yarded, all descriptions selling at an ad vance on last week's prices. I sold 200 from Camperdown at 12s Gd. .Fat lambs,-about 6000 yarded and sales were dull at late quotations, I nold 100 fromtinear Rutledge, Warnamelool atL7. Mesasrs. Dal. Campbell and Co. re port:-Fat cattle.-1;,350 forward' The quality of the whole superior to what we have had of late: The ma...

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A Remarkable Child. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 8 November 1883

A Remarkable Child' By the kindness of Mr. andl Mirs- Oscar Elzes, liviing four miles south east of Mexico,. wo (Mexico Intelli. gencer) visited and enixamined their little son,, John Itodney, just ten' nionths old; which lias the nisfoitin to lio borne "into the worild withou6 arms or limnbsii It is.one of tho most remarnkablel cases on record. On the: left, sidelo the shoulder joirit aidi the arm for tieso inches antd a half in lengtlih is perfect, the arm. terminating in albout thie shape of an ordinaryv hini's egg at the small end. The right arnm as perfect as the other, is about three 'inches mitld a half in length, terminating. as the otlier in slhape,, but utilike, the other las a well defined joint,, iliongit small, withli apparently i half or tlhree qiiurters of an incli of the airm,;. the left on is beng the loniigest, thle final loon blcinag alhout threeou inclhes in lesigth,i the riglit aim is albont an inch shorter, liotli terminating somnewlhat miore ab ruptly than the...

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THREE WAYS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 8 November 1883

THREE WAYS OP LIE.I j A certain ricli cnwn ring romi edc by the increasing weight of years that ho would ionever Ie any younger, anwd must one lday go the way of all foahl alled ablout hlim his thro" nons, whoot he thui nddressed. ' My clhildren, when I diio ll I have, will ble yours, hut. ini ddlition to the' property which I ohall divide armomg you equally,.I havo a ring in which is net a diamloidl of great value. This. I intenl for him who after twelve months shall hlar ntads the. greatest adnvance tnowarnds siCCfs in life. HIIere, tal:n each of you one of thaos purser cantaiuing a hundried.pieces of silver', go oat into thi w ((ld, ael at the. ex, piraticn of the time prescrihol. retirni0 that I cay. judgeo which anniong ya'. deserves tLhe primn.' Th'Ilreupon the mono recei iid thsiRi fither'a blesiinig, iul, taking the, purno of nilveri. wet away, iut whe( aa r" ti anl nlday werc pinred theyI mrturunedlani pr."sntedl t'i'uw'elves before t I ejt( fathit' andl it app ared that th...

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

Auctions. NOTICE. W TiE thile UTrsigned hlereby ogree that we willNOT HOLD ouri usual WEEIKLY SALES at Mafira or anle, bn FRID DAY n tid SATUYDAY the 9th and 10th innt . A. M'LEAN & CO. 1 J: WISHART A CO. ENGLISH, LITTLE & CO. kt. TUTHRIDCIE i tAO. O: MACKINTOSH . CO. NOTICE . THE LAND advertised for sale on 2ndf Nov. oni account of Executdrs D I Vaierun, Ialso account E Cameron, Eeq., t fns been lfontpocl d titl Nov.' 1th, to give timne to have plains, tc, pr pard. A. IM LEAN. bCO. LAND.. LAND. LAND.. MAFFRA, FRIDAY; NOVEMBER 10th A M'LEAN nap CO; have received in biifutiona fPits executors of D. Camo ldna to sell on above date 178 iores first-class agridcultual and fattening land within half-a-mile of IMatffrtownship 1 The abOve consists df black and choco late sail of grmt-deptlh and fertility with extensive frontaige t1 Macaligter River, and is idoll fenced and subdirided: Alsd,. - - 87 ncres flrt-class grazii aii fat teeini b`.tid at lenade-look; on t which the ...

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