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

Coaches, &c. ': OBB and CO.'s COACHES leave CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. fify (Slluilay oxcepted), arriving at irnsdalu at 7.30 p.n. Faro, 10s. All information c, ., at Colib and Co:'s O6ce, Critorion Hotol, Sale. IOBERtTSON, WAGNER & CO, Sale to Maffira and Newry"' ROYAL MAIL: l COACH will RUN DAILY between a. lioveopllies, levingloNwry dailyat .15 sin., 3Mnfflr 11.15 a.., .arriving at o at 12.45 1,.l n, iand return the samo db, leaving Salu on arrival of train for sllfa anld Newry. pI'seingoer and parcels booked it' tlio following places :- .' Sale, Criterion Huotl ; Maffra, J Kino-' }ielropulitan Hotel; nd .nt IRawlit's Sery Hotel. J. ISHER. IIEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. THE Convoyaiec betwoon thoe abnro 'Iplees will be DISCONTINUED mtil further notice. Any pircels that an bo forwarded on horeback will be dtly dlivored. 'All parcelh must be propaid,. Sodany for Seaton or Glenmnaggio will beo aonrdod by H MInfield. JAMES KING, Miilmnils ROYAL MAIL COACHES....

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE RACES. CUP DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 8 November 1883

MELiBOURNE RACES. CUP DAY. The great day of the-racing. carnival of: 1883 was in every respect most suc cessfull, the weather was -magniificent, although rather-warm. In the morning the sun came out very strong,. inaking. tihe air close and' muggy, but at labout 2 o'clock in the nfternoon a cool:.breeze sprang up, and made things very plea sant.' The attendance on the course was enormouLs, there being between eighty and ninety thousand persons present, includinig the governors of South Australia and Tasmania; the Marquis of Normuhliy was prevented from attending 'in consequence of 'a recent family bereavnement. The dresses of tile ladies wero very line,. although not so brilliant as on, previous occasions. . Perhaps lost year's soaking rain had a salutary effect on those too prone to adorning themiselves in " silks and velvet." Tie railway arrangements were perfect, nandl no hlitch occurred duiir ilg the transit of the enormous crowd which preferred this mode of reaching tie course....

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 8 November 1883

Holloway's Pille.-The chief wonder { of modern times.,-This incomparable 1 Medicine increases the appetite, f strengthlens thi stomach, cleanses the liver, corrects billiousness, and prevents flatuleicy; it purifies the system, in vigorates the nerves, and ro-instatcs , sound health.: The' enormous demand , for thee Pills throughout the globe nmight cause aistonilshmenet were it not known that a single trial convinces the mostsceptical that no medicine equals Holloway's Pills it its ability to lessen or remove all complainlts incidental to the human race. They are a blessing to the afflicted, and a boon to all. The purification of the blood, renioval of all restraints from the secretive organs, and gentle aperient actions, are the prolific sources of the extensive cirative range of Hollowany's Pills. Trade Notices., T. B. ABBOTT. & CO. CHEMISTS, D R UG G I S T..S, DENTISTS, SALE AND. MAFFRA, IN TBHANKING the public ifor post Sfavors anod- soliciting a coutinuance of the supp...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, NOV. 12, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 November 1883

IIONDAY MIORNING, NOV- 12,1883. OQ ? of the honviest rains of tlio soeaon fell.unI,Friday night and Saturday morn ing, when oovr 2 inches of rainfall were registered. In our advertising columns will be found the programme of the comning ebicert 'at the. Shire Hall, which :pronmisea to be a most onjoyablo one. i On Wrediesdy a dlopuFtaton i'froin thl shire of aInffra waited upon Mr. 1'Gowan', Acting Postumteor-Gennral, randroqcudtuod rin eixtntision of l'the tlehgraili sirvicd freoi Infi'ra to Briatgolong.' The 'doptattio wais, requested to sornd ii foriitl ippli cation, wlvich would be laid before MIr. Berry. A deputation nRko d the Minister of Rail: wayas .onWednedayuy.,to include; inl hii :beailway: Billa :light line from-Walhalla to the' min aGippsindl line. Mifr Gillie-s promrii?fto aliavo aseurvoy 'made. Tlhe special train convoying "Ministers; foSr theopeoing of thl Gippoaland. lin? froum Trarmlgon to Hayfield, will leaveo tho Oippaland s tation'', Flinders-street, cn Tuesda;y...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Barry and the Baby. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 November 1883

Barry and:the Baby :' "- While Dan I Bairy'- l as, travelling ovorland from :,Sydjilgy torbelbourne lately, and when. th.s l traiin :stopped in sone of the stations; a lady. follow. pas songer esked -hii., to:'holdia,: child in, arims (a fins boy) ,whiclh she ld dwitli her, vwhil she stoppedolut oo .thie plat= forim to! speak to a friend: ",Thie cour teous and obliginig Dn,. of coursei coni seated to actthe part of, nurse for a few minutes,, and..tooh.tlho 'infintine ~ squaller' ill his arms.; Tohis; hoiior Itle wlhistle.sounded;'andl t ralin~i listar tsd"without this motoeria rdtin:. ' Tlhe terrible coi.viction'lie:. tilirougli: Brry's ifiidil'that'h wqs' tto Ie left` iiu pokhsas eai? 'of that bathy till tihe erack of, dloioi He'w?as reflectilg to hi?self 'whethler lie :ould: iring i :up 'to; io.a ciiiudi liniw r' a tieihtrie' manaiii gea; or a olergyman, whelntii e train stopped'at snothierstatinii aud'a, red.faci d Irish= w;omnan witli bealds of perspirationii o ier'brow, cameo u...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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BRIAGOLONG. Saturday, Nov. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 November 1883

BRIAGOLONG.'` (riou A coioaroiiw? w?.) s atuiday, Nov.. 10.: Ynotoldny .oing.nlunrved s. as Ene-. ral holiday, a cricket Iatch was. p?.yed hero' butweon 'a team repreaoiitiiig Salo nd: thoe loc: olub." The diitain of thd ][ring6olon taiii haviniig Wvon theo toars, elected 'to send thlie 'visitors, ii to hat, Some 'very good crickot.wa. witnossaed in the play of tihe Salb men, nlthouglh' the ground was rather hard and. lumpy aid thi fielding of the local team was veiy good. 'Theli battinig of messrs. Rhed, Trlindr.,and Gilder, for th1e Sale asn all thant could' he desired, who were tlihe only lit?timon who got into doubli ligures,with 17, 13 and 10 rnaspctively to thllcr nanuo, .while for Briagolong, aelosan Knipo Clappison. and Walters exercised good .judgement in their play,' thre former genitleman haling carried hlis lit out after putting to getlher 16; MIr Cloppiniao lbing seconal with 10.. The wi6ket kepiag of Ionrd wisn splendid.on ld+hlilf of 'llrirgoi'on; ; also that of Alhin...

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 — 12 November 1883

MIAFFAA ORIOKET CLUB. A commnilton onatibg of tlio tiliQve :lulj was holdat L13aoi'lto r'; Hotel on Saturdtay ovening;, win t io' fu low vig wnro soioctd to play T'angil oni l) 1d,/' inota i'? -W. Hariti,,it 'aIln, iteltiitu 'to (2), N. M'nIoan, G Dhvis, . if??axuill T. ,Croiii>,;H Allai;Slii.i Sid?lSii ?V.altia., Ein:ryl.'larttliol, C. - If.'M'Lt'ui Craiig ;ichallbil; wai rdad 6in tl io HairnsdnOale Cill for theB lt.of t cermnirlit .ut..incoisequnrie, of; that muilig till) datu fixbd for tliaOu'p match vit iTr ,r.l gorin it ciuldhrit' it ,nccep :dl.'. ws, I o ,ev',it dotlded to play n' tihe followitig Siaturduiiif'coocu.niit or Bairnsdalo. A letter-was alsoiread .romti tho.Shire'Scre'tary/rp f(nhing in lib ituserve, whlicih thlitorltiec. Awtas iisracted to aicknowledgeo. Sveral new .iniiiffri were alootbilhd, 'tli4 rosignu. ion of Mr. Shepiardslonis Tireasunier as accepted. -'

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UPPER MAFFRA. 10th November, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 November 1883

:?? ,IUPPER" DAFFRA.;: l0th Nonvoitir, 1 883 We have liad a culmninationiof" tli" heavy anrd oppressiý o ivo atiler in the; ealiapi'o .aliundeb?torm-, whichli actin, lastovmning;; ntid at the timl, of my" writi ng, the rainfallhan lbenl incessant The'iWooldliedand 'ot li Iliar' cmreks; arie floloded aniti there is eyey pboaili lity 'of' all. .watorlioloi bohn' an ply upplid:. To ligrain crofps naiogrowing rank and if heavy.wind lsprings. up,,w may possibly hear' of many crops being seriously damag:.: :. W o'aro blest at Nowry'with a bath ing plucobeing formed' by the larricin lenfiudnt',riglit iii tbh centro of thie town, pcicloso .by tIm pubilic roalt,. There mis noolohjection tor lU hladi bathing out of pblio ni'gh t bat"for tlhoin to expoe tlhli antics right uiider th: nosaa of passers.byjis to sayr tohe leanst, ratlheir too bli'~ldThiri i'hrne aiiany whlo oughlt to knowhaltter arnde if they; persist-in 'tlieir vulgarities theiir' namiei shlioll'cr aily lio publiscihed. Better pl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 November 1883

;Trade Notices. T. B. ABBOTT. & CO. SOHEMISTS, D' R U G0 I S T S,' DENTISTS, : -SALE AND MAlcFFItA, I?N THANKING the public for past - favors and soliciting a coutinuance of. the. support so liberally accorded Jiin, begs to call attention" to his Sea czxwartn. many of wheic (more pirti. colnrly his .hlorotdyne, Antibilious Pills, and Odontadgine) have commanded a large ialo for the last fourtcen or fifteenyears,and proved equal if not superior to all other preparations of the kind his CHLORUDYNE is pronounced by enein ent physicians and all who have used it, superior to any similar preparation. It speedily relieves in whatever organ and wlatever cause, pain and produces a feeling of comfort and quietude not obtainable by other remedies, allays irritation of the nervous system, creates a calm refresling sleep, and there are no bad effects. 'It acts like a charm in Diarrhlea, Dysentry, Colic, Spasms Palpitation, and iirves almost immediatd relief in Bronchitis, Astlhma, Neural...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS (AGE.) LONDON, 8th November. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 November 1883

EIUROPEAN ,' TELEGRAMS LONDOo, BOii Novelliber. His, Imperial Highlueas: the Crown Prince proceeds, to Mladrid next week, on behnilf oflie At el y' the EEmperoi of Gerniiiyt orlr err to-retern the visit recoiltly paid yKing Alfounsoto this court. . .. , ..: . .:,!' . ; : Ini the Chhmberof Depities to-day, t11. Jules ie rjryon behalf .of the Goy s eninent, asetl'the House to sanction a further appropriation: of 91000,000 francs towards.thu expenses of the Toni quill expedition. Intelligea tas been received from the force which' was sent to suppress the insurrectionaryi movement in Bel grade ,to the elfect: that the troops Ihae succeeidd ini capturing ,th;rebel ponition, ?fil'dthltia fqlly' 100 of 'the leaders of therliiig have b'bisn miade. prisoners. e . " . , LonDooN, 9th November. A eorrosprndent of tlho'' tiahdaied' ,esterdyly htdx n itsirvieiev: witlin r Jules. erry, thi FrenchsPremlcr, witli the view of obtaininig 'an 'authoratiyc intimation , as, to the corsrn which lranice in...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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CRICKET. MAFFRA JUNIORS. V. SALE COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 November 1883

CRIQKET. MAFFRA JUNIORS. V. SALE COLLEGE. rTho irat match for tiro Junior Cup presented by Mr'Draleford,.waaplayou at Maflira, on Friday the Oth inst., .bet wnon-the Gippuland Collego and Maiafl Clubs and ended in : :docisive victory for the local team. ' Theo college captain having won' the toss, secnt lMafl to the. wickets, who by' thocareful play of T. Carr,' (17) E.; Brooke, '(10) and H,' Cooper, (11) reached the respectable total of 98. 'lTho College toam thon went iniand set to work in a deter mined manner, 27 runs being. scored before the first 'wiokt 'fell. bu? theyl woere.ulthiatoly disumissed for 47, 11 leon than bIalt??a. Both toams then ad, journed to luncheon,. after which the ,Coll0oo again took. tho field. The Matra ?.ickoetd began to' fall fot loiv' scoresiwhoen WClarke and,_O. C Davis got togother andrkept.the field pretty lively, making: 15 and 27- respectively, Thu total'. for thie in gsin gbeing. 6S ' This lef? thA college 81 to get to' wil, but the transition fr...

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OUR NEW MANAGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 November 1883

OUR NEW MANAGER.;L' `.,"a.('rom Climinben'a Journal,);,-. ~ id M"rs Vallens, or oynoiiodelsoin doed; beon'desirous of testing, theu cor- rectness of: Miss Daruett'ss story,?;no great trouble need' have ljeon;taken' to prove its perfeet'iriuti; for;is lit?:mhp poins to most men who falliinlovrswhen past the hloydityof lifoi Mr. Pike :udis played more'o enaestatlessii- pressinig.li?s suit "with the girliof wlioniie he ifad so ouddenly-, ljeoinelfasoihated,;- than 'wvould liav' ieeLn'i *:shownid iliy ! idany a imere lad; ,vlfo:lad:the liot'+lloodd;iand inexperiosini of youtli to 4excuse lhim; He may have intended tof iel guarded at first'; but the opposition itfinetdiwith airritated the toiroentit' was intended to clheck ; nlid wlhile lalf:Sndslimouth:wia aware of his 'suitpthllwhole- of:his ess tablislmient madeo corimoni disicourse of his infistuation., ' " ' Ast Phil wa sleovingithe office, one of' the clerk's with vifriendly; nod asoi a-d word of greeting stepped close~ to. h!im......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 November 1883

Auctions. FAT AND SPORE CATTLE. IIAFFRA, FRIDAY, NOV. 10 A 'LEAN 00, willsell, at their; yards, 1..prime Fat Bullocke. S 10, .do do "oirs;.: 40 Steers. 0. Mined Cattle. Account Maitin Gill'ntgllrii Esq Mnnaso 400 anltid Bullocks; right ages, Tllseso' h.e -boeeon inspected by ourBairndale ageont, Bnd ropor - - ! itedona heing isq! agnificent lat). ?0 ilo, cows. ;,- ,. _ For owner D0 good buillsoks, 4 years old, nearly half fat Fromn Rosenelth. . s.plendid bullocks, wall-bred, goad S-colors, all of the well-known BY V .brlad, in ftqw.iid condition., SmHE LAND iadiertisqd for sale on 2nd '. t Nov.? 'on account of Excostors D: "Oamernn, also account E. Cameron, Esqi, hnsa benpopostponed till Nov. 1th, t/tgive' 'timtn tl hve plaui ic.; preparcd:?.. A. IMtLEAN & C LAND.. , ?LAND. . LAND. , TaFFRAP FIDAY, NOVEM1 ER 16thl S b . L5AN" SA'OO, hlvowarecoi?ed in " ' structiois fraom oexecutors ofD CaIme son, tosaell oi above dote- :1718 acrea first olnas agrisiltural and - 3 fattening L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 November 1883

01B1 and 1. CO.'s :COACHES: leave CRITERION HOTEL; ' SALE to BATRNSDDAtE; 1.45 pt ,lýy (Sunday !'xcepted), arriving at Ulinnsdalo at 7.30 p.m. lFaro,40s'. All information, &e,. at Cobbad lanti. one, Critet"l i oel, Sale . " ?n r POIBERTSON, WAG ER&.CO Sale to .Maffira'and-Newry :. RO YA L?,.d AI L. COACH will RiUN' DAILY between a bove place, leaning Nery daillyat .t5 a., t l atn. fi' 1.11'ti.'k.n. iirivifig .ait Slo st 12.45 p.n, ,and n,rturn:tho samen d?i, leaving Solo on ar rival pf trainn for Ntiltf and Neworiy. " , rassongurs and parcels boolced'at -the following places :-:: ".'.; Salo, Criterion Hotel; Maffrati J Kninx'e eltropl]itan tHotol; and- at '1?awlin's ..Jr H , t. F3ISHER. IIEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. TlOE Conveyance between? the above. Splaces will boe, DISCONTINUED until further notice.,Any paucels. that on be forwarded on hrsback ill,b duly tleivered. All pnrc?l' must be:.preipanid and any for Seaton or. Glennaggie wtil be narcedd by H Maxfield..., JAMES KIN...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENE. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 November 1883

OVMaJIER:IA4L INi'VELI NE.B. MELDOURN5 "PRODUcOErARIIeT. .ieere.ra tVilluiai Adamson anid Co: repurtfor the wuck onding Nov.,! : Grain,, &o.-Theo .holidays, iii connec tion-m with! the great racing carnival, havd.caused ain alnost entire suspolision of business :fi the ginili niarikt, anid'no public siil(e have rbn.l held silce our last repbrt; anrid it is not piobhbl tlhat any transactions.of :importance.will be carried through. this week. ,Without any actual sales to report we, quote thus :--Wheat.-Nondmial price 4s'3d, without miich lnclination of buyers to operaeto. Oats.-Sales ' nay hbo quoted as ranginig from 2s Od to 3s Od, accord= ing to saimple. Barley is quite negloc. ted, and the market is, for the present, without even a nominial quotation; Peas romaiii as 'quoted in our last. Flour,-We quoto £8 15a to £9. Dairy Produce. ° We hold our usual isale to. day, and give bololw detailed results of actual sales :-COheese--Now Cheese is coming forward in largo quantities ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 November 1883

j per cent. Below theldsueal Price, at - Isi KAHAN -'& O i'S, F OSTER STIWEET, SA LE, And .on Easy Tdrniim. ·; ,' An eiploye of ourts till attitil in )laffra ovoery FnrDAY to take repairs and general business, next Mr. Fuller. o's Saddlor a Shop Jolinton-street. r***---- 10. LET, HOUSE and Land (com-. modious' and conifortalble), Stab. ing "c." on the Highlands of sIaffra. Entry on an early date. Apply W. nMclOTDBIN TWattle lodge, Sale, ENI ??S a~ ijited for RiMliO. TVAL of a large HOUSE in Mafflr to an allottnm6nt 'adj4 nt Tenders. ro ceived up to 29th:October..:. Particulart may, l;e'hntd at the offce af this pipir ;:.i,. .lMfOUilol lN. Shire Iotices, Public Notice. MAVFFRA SHIRE. pUBLIC LUNo EIEON TO MIINI$TERS. S,:PUBILIC Luncheon will be given to ii. iisters at Heoylold oi TUES S3th inst., tat 2p.m. in cleboratien of the OPENING of the LINE of RAIL. SWAY froanTraralgon to Hoyfield.i Tickets for the luncheon, cal be obtained from •the allffm Shire Cotlnellors and Secreta...

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GLENMAGGIE. Friday Nov. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 November 1883

QLENIHAGGIE. :, (PRom OUR OWN COllRRiPONDRNT';) _k Friday Nov. 9. A thunderstorm. of terrifld violence passed oror. hers oni Friday ,:ovening, fortunately no calamity! happened. Mr. .' Maxliold; infornms us that on pro ceeding from Ulieninggio poatollice to his homo, about thrco;nilsi rdiltanit, at 7 3U p.m.i, thb liglitunIlg wu sometlhing toerible, hii cyos on snyoerll ococisioichs, lieiigquit. 'blindod 'by' the oiiuosaiit. Bnakesare vory, numerous hore'this season, as thorohavo been ,ssoecral kil ld in this locality duriing thi'isoasbo, onii gentledian livi? ing i this dlstriiot,~ hiaiing killod .one .meawurilg no clegs thlini' 10 feet 9 inches, being rather. ais .extraordinary size. for' a''snaks!ii Gipplsland. . 'Th1o late rains on li iny night will have n' iiost'dainaglng' iflect on 'arly wlloat,.crops. hre, a . ti. heavy, rains will lay. all thel heavy crlops down, ;: I notice it. has inl Tinamba and.cother localities already.. Tie petlition presented by Mrn Grogwin about two ...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 15, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 November 1883

THE THURSDAY MORNING, NOi)V15,1883. We would remindtl our roendera.that thu. coiicert in oid of the funcia of th e.Cl?ich of Englnnd,. Mitafra, will tlk'e placdto morrow ovening, which is anticipateid, will be greit success. ' Mr. G; Davis hline ,witllIrawin "The Gondolier" frdm - the :stud,uas far as the public iare 'oncoried, and will in future use him only 's a private stud lhois . Mesrsrs. MiLni, :Engliahe anid Little andt upthridge, will iUold their usual wolly sales hre to morrow. As will .be s?eii by bour advertisiig coluunes, Mr.,' D. Caneroui's action s'iule oif huld will takoe place to -lurrumr, 16th inst.; alami thatof his eeitcutirs couidie= til. by A. M LLun, nand Co. - This lirm will also sell by .auctiuin 14tin lpdduok for Mr. IM. Twoomoy, on sanio date. The Oiiieo Shire Council, the' youngest nunimlipal body ini Gippsiand, haa given a dfonatiun of 20 guineas to the G?ippslild , About one tlihousanid persons, including nearf: 120 ladies, miiost of wiuomn were frieeidt...

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HOW TO MAKE AND WORK CHEAP RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 November 1883

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Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 November 1883

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS (Br ELeROPRI TLHOEGAPli) WVediesday Evening. Messrs. A. M'Lean and Co. rseport: Fat cattle. 1000 forward, prices ruled about tli sa,ne as last welk; We sold Mr jso Balaolauis hbillouks to LD 12s 64 and cOWs at It 101s McFarland's cows at L6 and calves at 29 shillings.' Mr. ' A. Patersoni rports :-Fat Cattle.- 1,600: yarded to-day, prices dull at last w'eoks rates. I sold 11 bul looks for Mr ichiolson, Spring Hill' £8 Bas lOdo. for Mr Schroeder, Mafsra, £8 "lss' ;at" calves:84 .penne,:. slight advance, on last week's prices" Fat.: sheep.-13,500 yardeid, ;:Sales brisk at adyance on last week's prices. Fat lambs. 4,700 to hand, prices rose about 6d to 1, per head, on late quota tious: , I Mesasrs Dal. Campiell and Co. re port :--Fat cattle.-1,1100 forward, priiicipally good and useful beef, though I on the oleoio i sot ggod, as last week. I Sales opened at last wee's.'rates, and o continued so ,throughout, best pens bullocks made 'l10 10s to tL11 Os, second L8 1...

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