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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 February 1882

MINING INTELLIGENOB. SBs-?-OuO . Goc MININe. OoIPANY, BniAoLorxo.-Tho Mining Amiiager reports under date 0th I?ob; 1882: The sample of pyrites- sont from this mine. through Mr Wardon IIowitt, No. 8394, has boon reported upon as follows. -"The sample contained free gold. Taken as a whole theo sample gave results, equal to sevonty-threoe (73) ounces of. gold. por. ton;--Signed, J. CosMo. Nnwnnyv.": This more than con firms cruder tests made by-Mr Bissott, and must be assuring to the shareholders What is thodillbrenoo botweona fixed star and a motoorl One is the son and, the other a darter. If Nature puts a wart on a man's nose, it is placed whvoro sihe wants it, and not where it will hold his spectacles What is the difforence h?twoen a fiery individual and a slice of bacon I One is , rash and the otheor is a rasher,

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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(AGE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 February 1882

A telegram appears in the "Times" stating the Russian troops are occupying Merv, theprincipal town of independent Turkestan. This announcemontl has occasioned much:comment, espicially in view of the recent assurance given by the Russian Government that there was no intention to take any such atop.>. Outrages against the Jows in Russia continuo to be of .frequent occurrence. At Grodno, a large town situated on the River Miomon, and capital, of the province of that name, antiJowish riots have occurred. The houses of several of the principal Jowish residents, were attacked and six Jews: were murdered. The rioters were dispersed;with diffi culty. The Irish Property Defence. Fund, ,established under the auspices of' the Lord Mayor of London, has now reached ,the sum of L30,000; .The.Viceroyof India,. Lord..Ripon, has appointed a royal commission, to investigate the condition of education within the Indian empire, and to report upon the means het' calculated to pro. mote' thebfflciency...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 February 1882

MELBOURNE CRAIN lMARKET. Messrs. Grei~'i~nd Murray held their usual Tuesday grain sale on, the 7th inst., and sold as follows, viz. :s - Whhat.-Primo shipping .at5s.. ld. to 5a. 2d. per bushel ; fair; illing,.s,, to 5s. Id. do.; mixed samples, 4s. lid. do. Barloy.-English,: withdrawn for highest rates. -Oats.-Good feed (Now Zealand), 3s. 38d, to 3s. 41d. per bushel; inferiordo., 3s. 2d., to 3s. 3d. do. Peas, 3s, 4d. per bushel. Pollard, Is. 2jd. do. Flour, £10 17s. 6d. per 10 bags. Thoe orowa gold workings are, giving good returns. The inspectors of schools who are at present sitting as a conforence decided, on Saturday as to the reconmmendation they would make to the Minister of, Educntion with reference to the queos. tion of the oxolusion of children under 6 years of ago from State schools. The proposal to exclude these children has booee opposed by nearly all inspectors, 'who have, however, compromised the matter by recommendaing thl,fixing of the limit at 5 years instead of 3, "...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 February 1882

A Now York medical journal says that drink has destroyed 100,000 lives in 10 years. 34,151 bags, of produce received in Geelong last week, Twenty-eight thousanidbags of grainl have boei sent front Melbourne this seanson already. A ourious caso came before the Collingwood. Court last week, when a wommn was charged with stealing two pairs of trousers the property of a woman, and a shawl the property of a 3555. -

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (ARGUS.) GALLE, Feb. 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 February 1882

EUROPEA'N TELEGRAMS. (Aseous.) GALLE, Feb. 3. The Geirman steamer Proto;: whirlch sailed'faom Melbourne, oid the Sisez Canal, on January 4, with a large con signment of frozen meat' and" butter shipped.by the Australian Frozeni Meat Export Company, arrived here to-day. The moat and butter are in excellent condition, the refrigerating machine working most satisfactorily throughout themvoyage: Theo temperature of the meat'chamber has been maintaiined at 21 dog., while the butter chamber has been kept throughout at 42 deg. LONDON, Feb;:3.. The consignment of frozen mutton, shipped by the Orient steamer Cuzco, liar been placedlon the market, and is soiling at Old per lb. The meat is pro nounced by the trade to be excellent, both in respect to size and quality. Much indignatian has- been ar'ousod in Austria by a strong Panslavie speech which has been made by General Skobo loff, with the view of encouraging, the insurgents in Bosnia andHerzegovina ine their resistance to. Austrian rule..,...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 February 1882

'MIhIL NOTICES:' `Mails close at the MaffIr Post-offico for the followilng places as under :- For SaloRosedalo, Trnrlgon ;oo, Watero loo, Melbourno, and other placosahong the Gippsland railway line, daily at 11 am. going through the same day. For Toongabbio, Olonmaggio, Heyfield, Cowrar, ceaton, Wallhlla, Cooper's Crook, and Happy-go-Lucky (via T, - ralgon), Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur days, at 11 am., leaving Traralgon next day for the above places. For Stratford, Yoorung, Delvino, Coon gulmorang (Lindonow Flat), Bairnsdalo, and Briagolong daily at 11 am. For Grant, Dargo, Bulgoback, Mondays and Fridays at 11 a.m. For Port Albert, Tarravillo, Woodside, Stradbroko, and Longford, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 am.' For Upper Maffra daily at 4 p.m. For Neyfield and Tinamba, on Tues days, Thuradays and Saturdays, ..at 4p.m. The Post-office is opon for general business from 0 am. and closes at 8 p.m daily, and is closed between the hours of 1 and 2, p.m. ;and' from, 6 p.m;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 February 1882

SALE OF'I.R EH'. 'GrABSSFORD'S VALUABL?I STUD OF: HORSES. On ,Mondayi;Mitarss A; .'Lean and Co: held an important clearing sale of Mr. IL.?G.Glassford'sa studof heavy, draughl'' light hai-riess 'blisintd 'Ihilian' horses,hackneys, .&., &dc, at .their yards, Malia." 'Thi'gingand iluality?of tho stock subm'itted brought 'bnyors from Queensland, New; South Wales, Mel bourn@e'and other l ?parts of tho cblonies. 'The, bidding S as brisk, and the. followiing is'the ciitalogue of the pedigree horses ubiiuitted, witi the" various purchaiera'nnames and prices attached : 1.-JESS, grey mare, by Matchloaess (por.ted) Dam by Cromawell" ,..(iported). Served by Big Gun (imported).-Mrs. Woolan, L10 2. DETSY, grey mare, by Bon Duko. Dam. Old: Bot,? by. Olyde (im 'jiorted). Served by Big Gui (imported).-Slado, .L28. 3.-- MLAG brown mare, by Black Chanpion, with colt' foal ar foot to Big ' Gun. Served by Little Gun.-Slade, L33. : 4.-S TOCKINGS, bay mare, by Comet. 'Served by, Big Gumi....

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MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 February 1882

MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. (By EainoTnd TkoLE'. nAPon.). S Wednesday, February- 8 Measrs. A. M'Lean and do, report: Fat: Cattle.-2,400 head. drawn for, being, a largo supply ; prices foll con sequently. Prime bullocks sold from £9 to £10; good, £7 to £8; medium,. £5 to £6; light and inferior, £3 to £4; cows, from £2 to £8. Wo sold bullocks from Salo to £7 17s Gd; averaging £7 7s 10d; Clyne's bullocks averaged £7. 13s 4d; M'Colo's to £8 17s Od, avoraging £7 Os; Boland's at £6 5s. We also sold cows' from £4 78 Gd to £5 17s Gd; and a truck of calves from 25s to 37s. Messrs. Powers, Rutlerford and Co.' report as follows-2,389 head of cattle 'yarded; .priceNodroppcd s'lsto 20s. per head, on aill' uii a few choibce pens, which realised nearly last .veek's rates. Wo sold 18 bullocks and cows for Mr. W. L. Wilson, Braemore; 11 bullocks for Mr. John Prudon, Sale, at £8. 10s; 30 ditto for Mr. Geo. Clarke,: Wam bottna; 185 bullocks from Talawanta station; a draft of bullocks forlMessrs. J. and ...

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COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 February 1882

COMMENTS ON EVENTS. " The birds whosemusic fills tho air, Do chirp and chatter heedlessly." -A-ow. During the Christmas holidays some of the younger members of the commu nity indulged in a few practical jokes, one or two of which were onlj,'jokes and nothing more, and although some of thoese were a little' too practical in their nature, stillat a time of universal festivity, people are ever wont to be charitably disposed,, and these were passed over with only a slight com mont,; but takiig. advantage of this leniency, some of the "larrikin" class here made a midnight attack on a house in the township, the property of Mr.. Schlidder, and damaged,. to a frightful extent, this gentleman's: property. L think it's nearly tiinme oneif'psir :spicial commissions sat upon tliis affair, for if these "" larrikins" are not" sooni "sat upon" things wili?be getting. very! mixed` in our little model township. I came across the following peremp 'tory' announcement in a Melbourne paper last week:-"I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 February 1882

Auctions FAT AND STORE CATTLE, SHEEP, &s. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10. AM ýLEAN and CO. will Soll att?oih · 25 Primo Fat Bullocks anti Cows. 60 Mixed Cattle, half-fat and stores. 000,Excellont Store .Ewosmostly. cross-bred?- all 'b14 at 'Omeoo ro., &o. 40 G radila Bill6c f&i m tlie3 Ftclell Also, from Drouin--:, : 15 Prlmd Fat Bull~g~: HORSES. HORSES. KaFFIt~7roiEDU, TERA itYsh A M'LEAN rnd CO.ivhll oio st thoir m yards, for.Tho as Kise, Esq., of Manoroo d0 Very superior Horsos,?se?eted' .speoiallylor thb 'Gtpsl?d?markett, being chiefly,'ho and Indian sbrts. Several good local lots, &o, &a Time-One o'Clock p.m. sharp. amaFF~arras-r e- c cn Mat ",.ACES. MAFFRA, 17TraFE1IRUAlY. A M'LEAN d CO-CO.will Soflattheir . yards, by. orr of the Committeo Theiht to.erect Publicans'EBooths and Fruit Stalls, and the right to chargo fees for admittaneq to the Courae, at the Race Meeting to be hold on Thursday, 23rd inst. IMPORTANT SALE OF'LAII CATTLE, &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 February 1882

CF.- oaches, & .a Sand CO.'s COACHES leave ouCRITERION HOTEL. to BAIRNSDALE,. 1.45 p.mn (Sunday xcpt , arrivingat nformation, &c., at Cobb and Co. ae Critriona otel, Sale. RIBERTSON, WAGNER & CO.: .i e to Maffra and Newry ROYAL MAIL. -ISHER'S' comfbrtably covered ' . COACH will RUN DAILY between ve places, leaving Newry daily it ., affra 11T.1 A .?, arriving at 12.45 p. m, and return the same avineg Salo at 2, arriving at 3.30pm., and Nowryb5 pe.e Duggann's Crlterio Hotel; SWm. Bannastela 'Oam den Hotel; Rawlin'e Newry Hotel. parcels left for convoyance must be S?thtrwiso they 'will not be for r FISHER; Proprietor. SHEYFIELD. TO MAFFRAM , - Conveyance betwveis ' the, atove places wall be DISCONTINUED further notice. Any parcols that ? be forwarded on. hriback will be duly erd, . All n mela mdaotben rotuirn? orn Staton or Glanm agge will be Sby Maixfield. JAMES KING, OCNGABBIE TO SEATONai;. - COACH leaves the Toongaebi Hotel on arrival of Coach from ,lraralgon...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 9, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 February 1882

TH]E THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 9, 1882. IT is high time that the midnight atta of destruction too frequently porpo. trated in this township of late, should be chooked. It sooms to aflbrd extremo amuseomont to some illminded persons to take advantage of the still hours of the night for the purpose of destroying and injuring the property of our oitizens, and insulting or abusing those whose age or incapacity provent 'them from defending themselves. To sheet onto to the perpetrators -of these fences the. misdomoaiort of which ry have bcen guilty, no trouble nor pense should be sparied, or peaceably iposed persons might soon them ves have to usurp the functions of ro law and avenge siuchi outiragesi, th tor than quietly submit -to -their roperty being unsafe, while for an stant unguarded..' This, moreover, is -t the beginning of what would' cii aeg assume a much graver aspect. It oild be unsafe for oub'r families to be ey from. oieme a fterithe s hii es of 1ht had called out these :owls of...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 February 1882

COMMEROIAL INTT.LLIOENE. OIPPSLA8LD STOCK IEPORTs. Mossrs A. M'Lean and Ca, of 3aflka, report :- Our yards were well supplied with fat and store cattle. We yarded about 300, for which competition was good and all cleared at fully last week's rates, fat stock especially showing some improvo mont. We anticipate store stock to be in good demand after a fall of rain; at pro. sent numbers of graziers are. unstocked through scarcity of water. We sold me dium to fair bullocks at £5 15 £0 s Od to £7 2s 6O; cows, £3 2s0 d £3 15s £4'; L 2s Od, IA 7s Od, IA 15s to L6 12s Od, the latter good." We sold a number of vealers at 10s and las. Store stock.-Bullocks: We sold Glonfalloch bullocks at 4I 7s ; do cows at L2 17s; Valencia Creek bul locks at IA 12 ; Newry do L4 17s ; GOln maggie do, L5 2s Gd, the latter lots in good order ;steers, L2 Ila to L310s; mixed young stock, L1 5 ; cows, L2 5s to L2 17sOd. Pigs--We yarded; about 100 slips, which sold at 10s d. Horses. -We sold seveal odd horses to L8...

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HE POUNDED IT INTO HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 February 1882

HE -POUNTDED IT INTO HElM. The Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, in preaching lately upon "the Divine spirit of forgiveness," told the following story: " Old Ben iaven, one of the most un selfish men who wentout.as ministers .among the. first :scttlers 'ofthe West, oncetold me ,of his experience with ilack -smith, who'? became very angry :athim becauseieehad induced the black amitlhswitfe to join the church. The bully threatened that he' would thrash the life out .of the minister the frst chance lihe ihad. Well, Ben Haven was singing 'as .he was riding' along one morning through the woods on one of those, narrow corduroy roads, which don!t' allow.one to turn off on either aside;, hen he n et the ilacksnuth. He saw there was ?Io usein trying to avoid a meeting -The blacksmith took his horse by the iridle and asked, "Your tamne is Haven; isn't it' ' Yes.' ," Well, stranger, younve got to come off that horse.:. There's going to be a fight here', and one of us is going to be wlhipped Ben 'tried ...

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SINGULAR DIVORCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 February 1882

BINGULAR DIhVORE GCASE. The "World" of the let inst. writese -A divorce suit of a singular character wi)liengage the attention of the Divorce' Court very shortly. The parties are William Bernard Hunter and Agnes Hunter, nee' Rice, his wife, The grounds for the petition are based on the wife's adultery, and a co-respondent named Robert H. Bake Is brought Into :the matter. The petitioner reo sides 'in Melbourno, and the respondent in Gippsland. The following extraor dinary 'letter has boon placed in the petition :-" Sir, Mr. Herbert Thomp son lhas handed me a /letter for perusal, written by you to'him. I shall pass no comment upoin the subject matter be yond this: I was unaware until read ing 'your letter that you could be so excessively coarse and.vulgar inmaking use of auch .expressione relating to Agnes. I 'until now gaveo you credit for moro refinemont: I have now to state the statements contained in your letter handed to me by Mr. Leach, written by Agnes, were absolutely and enti...

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LIENS ON CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 February 1882

-LIENS ON CROPS: As many of our ("Donald Express") farmers in this as well as i otherdis-' tricts have given liens over their crops in order to provide for the necessary funds for harvesting etc., we deem it all opportune time to "put before our readers some facts in connection with the SLions.on .Crops Act," of which many farmers are ignorant, and though mis. takes. may bemadothrongh ignorance the orime is none the less punishable and farmers cannot be too careful:how to proceed if:they have booeen so unfor tunate as to be compelled to raise money:inthis way. The lien which is signed distinctly stateos-"And I fur ther agree the said shall be harvested :by me anddelivered at my eopense to -and that he may sell the same, and retain the expenses of sale, and the sum due on thisaeourity." The opiiioni of the best legal authorities goes to show that the person holding a lien on a crop can demand every bushel.that has been grown for that season, that the a law is on, his: side, and 'if a...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 February 1882

MELBOURNE 'CATTLE REPORTS. (BY ELCTRaxo TELERA.PIL) Wednesday, February 15. IMessrs. Powers, Rutherford and Co. report as follows-1,900 head of cattle yarded ; majority bullocks of a middling description; prices well maintained for fresh cattle; other kinds declined 10s. We sold 85 bullocks and cows for Barker and Sons, Cape '. Schanck, averaging £8 3s. Gd. and: £5 12s. 2d. respectively; 22 bullocks. for Robert Clark, oaffra ; 10 do..: and .cows for John Guild, Goulburn Park, to £6; 7 bullocks for E. Clark,. Maffra; 15 bullocks for W. E. Power, Power's8 court, averaging £7 6s 2d; 6 bullocks for 'D. O'Connor, Pakenhamo; and 5 cows for J. G. Pearson, Mount Ridloy, at £4a 's. Messrs Pock, Hudson and; Raynor report:- Fat Cattle. 1,933 head yarded,; mostly. all Victorian Cattle; very few prime, owing to- largeo supply last week, but butchers had stock, on hand, and "prices fell 10s per head except for prime, which' are unaltered; We quote best bullocks at-£9 to £10 10: ;-second do, £6 10...

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DIVISION OF MAFFRA SHIRE INTO RIDINGS. MEETING OF DELEGATES. TUESDAY, 14TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 February 1882

-.-.,--v ...-., Si dETING OF DELEGATES.. . TUESDAY, IrTnI FsIUAIY. Present: ? Mr. J. Carpent r'(us the chair),: aid '?"Measrii. A Moriiion, 'D. Manson, 3., .;: Clark,: 'I: Campbell,: F. M'Kinnel], ,J. MCann;, J. Blundy,, and F. Schliridir The'niisuteesof last ismooitigii havin been;read. and'confirmed, ,:iii :: :' ,," : Theo Chairman i commonted'.s on.. the small ittEndance, and ,would have wishlied"to havo"seein a largori number ipresenoit Tho following return"of the value of property ins the several pro posed ridings was" received :North Riding.i Valo, £10'229 v' 'oters, 299. Woest!Ridling:- Value; £11r,613'; votors,. 252. .0 South 'Riding.--Valie, £9,290, voters, 225. ., :, - :' A' letter ivwas receied from Mr. M. Feoly resigniiig .his appointiriint' as a delegate to represent Briagolong.. ` , ? Mr. Blundy, on behalf of thoeBriago lon.rtopayers, objected to be ,joined to, pper Mafira, as their intoi'eot wore not identical, and they wished to havo a riding of their own, macd not j...

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FOOT - RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 February 1882

Thi. footro.ed betw.oon A B..Parkisoio, the Maffra chanipiomi and. T M1NaRmarm, thle Luoknolv, clhampion, of 250 yardls, for £10 -oido, cnome off on Tuosday it Fair bank. ..Parkinson .:owent away witl· the lIad, and was neveor caught, winning,by 10 yards. 'Ao onmidorablo surn of moneoy was lost over M1'Ninara." Two' coach loads of Bairnadalo poople accompanieod M'Naomlrn, and only a solitary individumil; Mr. E. Martin; travelled' with our looal moan,..

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 February 1882

; ' ..i.... .. SPORTING,.. ,.- ,, ;-, I Thbe followiiing aie tlihVeights'for the Manfra 'id' Rosedal "rae's''' considerable differnio oexists 'in' t:lh weights of the horse i foi thlo twyo mieotim ' the l accptiancc, will show" which lhandicapper ias givon the inos satisfaction - '-., ,, .; '.' : Si: ,: MAFFRA RACES., ' . nHANDIOAP ;lHURDl RAOiE. i;. , 'st.. lb. Mr. Gt. -Davis' Litt"lo Duichces'. aged 0 .. 1 Mr. T. Rust's blk g Marmiioin e,i'!:I , angcd . .. ... ,..; 9.,7 Mr. T Burgoyno' Paiic:aged '9 4' Mr;. T. Oalvert's ch m Kate - IKolly,, 4 , yrs . :e.,;* , ;:0. .9:.. '0 - 0i .MAPFA.l;BnH'IIHAIANDIOAP.ý) ' : ,o. Mr.. 'JM'Grado' br Ii ullatto, 4'yr's." " ".; " id;... 1 2. IMr. G.Ellis's:'b mn Miss Leuri:'' ' aged .... .;. . . . 8 0 Mr. J. 'Grade's b in Bird of,, Mr. T; Ret'us':br m'istt, ''ose !4 yrs.-..,v".. .. ; : ft.;;. ....-.- f4, Mr. Q..iDavis' b oDunstan, i3 yrs . .. ... Mr.' J.': Clvrts' br ii:Au r Arorai Mr. ., Woods' blk ,,f,;Mutoe?,;' . i!3 yrs.... - ... o ".,.: . .. 10...

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