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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS (ARGUS.) LONDON, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 April 1882

EUROPEAN- TELECGRAM S. S (AROUB.) . L .inoW, April 23. STho House ofCmmomns of the Cana dian'Dominion has unanimouslyad9pted nn'ndlress totlho Queen, praying ;Her Majesty to allow iutonomy to Ireland, and to grant ? anriesty to' all! political offenders wio iav le booni concerned i producing thel prosent diturliedstateoof Athat' country,: .;i . . ' i;," ,' '' Mr O.S.Parill, tlohe memler for Cori, Iwho was roliased 'ii paroloowi tlie'l Otih insm , has surrondcred hiimseilf!tqo the autliorities,,,and': is.again confinedin Kilimainhanm gaol.v ' ... ..;: A gang of imarauders attacked a house at Listowol', couinty Krry, iatin midnigliht i on PFriday lot.. The pliicoo were hurriedly summoned and .a deosperato 'atffriaienisu6d wliidlc reailted ini 0' of. 'tli gag lig voig: ndd and' captured. , Mr Drris, theo asistant secretary of the rriih National' land Lieague,, who has'heen; confined for some.time asai "suspect, ' has leen released from gaol. The anti-Irish roits atCranliborn, in ,Dorso...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 April 1882

MELBOURNE CATTiLE REPORTS S(Br" ELoOip oz TxeLIOtAPUi.): , Wednemhloy,. Evti ening.' hfessam";.M'Itain and Ct rejiort Fat Cattle.-2;400 head' drawn for,. being a largo ie upply.< Piaos:. fell fromi 10s torl s.8:. Web sold 417 cows for Mr. Nicol to £7, averaging £5.17s 6d; 15 for Mr Buckley to £6 17s1'6d; avera ging £5 2siI aond bullocks at £6; bullooks from Salo at £7; M'Colo's at. £8 12s+ Od,:and cows at £5 17o. 6d d Little'scows at £4 7s Gd, and Boland s' coos anddliullockis at iiarket ratee. We also sold 24 calves froin 14s to 32o. i - Meiirs. Ryan andiiHammoind report: -Fat Cittle. 2,043 were penned; qualityf chiehy medium, !3!arkethairdly so Brisokas olset ee'oks; price ilOs. lower. =-Primes pens bulloks ;to £11, Siso best cows to" £8'&! Wo' sold 9'. i ulloael for HughCopelanrid, Warragul, Fat Shoop.-9,503 peminel, chlely iroo bred; mnarket firm,:, and prices"s is. higher, best croossbrcdiwethlcrs, 18s toi 17s. Gd No..primono morino wetliers forward; besat, t...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 April 1882

MELBOURNE DRAIN MARKET. Measra Greig and Murray hold at their rooms on Tuesday, 25th inst., their usual weekly grain slol and sold as follows: Wheat-Fair mnilling Os 7d. to is Sd per bushel; mixed samples at: Ga 4d do, Barley.-apo, ate 4s 2d per bushel .; inixod do, 4Il Idto.4s 3Sd do, Oats.-Milling,. 4s Sid por. ushol; good feed, 3S 10d to 4s do; Caleutta, 4a 6d do, Peon, 4s'Od to 4s Gt per bushel.; bran, is 8d do,; Flour was withdrawn. Linuood, £14 10s per ton. Some years ago,, when a now railway, was, oponened in thu Highllands, a Highlander heard of it, and. bought'a ticket for the excursion. The train was about half the distanco to the next station whenoa a collision took place, and, poorDoealdwasthrowinuncoremnoniously into an adjacent park. After recover Ing bhis senesho mado the boest of his way homae, when the neighbours asked him hoiv ho liked his rids '" Oh", replied Donald, " 1I liked it fine; but thuy have an awfu' nasty quick way in puttinano ootl" '

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 April 1882

GENERAL NEWS. : The wild horses pasturing. on tihe panman of tihe Argintirio' Rkpublic are estismated to numbehr 2,600,000. 'lio Viernna "Taghlatt" states. that at Ciahlavo, bwhich tiheAustrian troops 'recelitly carried ly assault,. a, consider able aum.of imoneysywas,found at, the residence of the hurgomaster. The: Emperor, of 'Gersmany initends shortly to confer- on: Prince' Bisimarck the title a of Colosol-General of Cavalry. Thlis distinction is intended to mark the Sosreigns approval of la recent speech n-dihfenf 'thSei escrspti'; ' "" Several goodm isggets ihave ceii dis 'coverid'at' Tatora, in thai Carcoar dis trict; Sydney, lately. A reef recently found. between, Trunky and Oolo is being prospected vigorously with very fair results.'. It iare'niored, says ths "Southl Aus tralians Advertiser," that: Sir George Bowen, Governor of Mauritius, is likely toibe promoted at an early date to one of:;1 e first-class governorships in the EasIt, probably either' Hong' Kong' or Coylon,.w...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 April 1882

.) TOONGABBIE (i (rnoM A dosiOONDEDNT;.) DMr. Joieos' 'bldsaw v-mills are boling reiovated by-Moone and Co, rady to start work utbitiring titmber for Moline and King, theilo raiilways contractors This will make the third iill at work. in Toongablbio Riding, and some parties are talking of erecting a forthi betweeP Toongabbio and Cowwar. The very superior class of timber required-iron bark and, red gun-beinig sent from this.district, has. created quito a dd mand. " A few alight showers foell on Friday aid Saturday nights, but ploughiig isi niucl iretarded in consequenieiof the grouind being so,hardeneod with the long drought." ··.:,"' dIn consequeno of tliq opposition naids by Messrs. Slator and OMear, who, with the Cowwvar councillor, consti tuted a. self-appointed deputation to protest against the action of the Roa dale Shire council, that body has foolishly neglected to put in their claim, against tlheo Government for compon sation for the works taken over on the' Railway line, an...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 April 1882

Auctions. FAT AND STORE CATTLE, GRASS SEED, a , MAFFRA, i fAID Y,44PRL 28. II'LEAN and CO, will Soll at their 1.yards 20 F Dnulsltek and Cowas iF ~ , n 60 M1 iii . .,ýt b (ULL u: ";~~ ,;ý;I 100 Bushels good perennial Rye Grass 120. Buslels good Prairie GrassSeed. Also, from Omorneo e-~~s edanjio- iiciiif'C-vbr' 30 Good Bullocks, &o., o. From Dargo High Plains - 00-Bullocks- ----.. ii AV GEstablished i Branicl'of our. -I D neines in Meilbburno, Eenao now prepared to hold WEEKLY 'SALES of Cattle, Shoeep, etc. at the Flemington Yards, nd, to und6rtlike ti 'kide'ofiall] kinds of drioFty, arm. Produce, etc., . privately or :by puic auction. We are also in a pesiton't6Knegotidte Loanason ireehold securities at the very lowest rates -of interest,-and to conduct auction sales, valuations, eta, in any part of Victoria. O 8 Queen-st., Melbourne. OI - o:. hfo %neon-treet, 'Maifa. SA: M'LEAN & CO. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, APRIL 2&. N1GLTHS, PECK and CO. will Sell , .. at their ya...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 April 1882

Coaches, &C. OBB and CO.'s COACHES leave CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted), arriving at Bairnidalo at 7.30 p.m. Fare, 10s All information, Cc., at Cobb and Co.'s 051c, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WVAGNER & CO. .nwza;-Jle ·to·11 M s-atied *No~P~y ROYAL MAIL. J FISHER'S comfortably covered COACH will RUN DAILY between the sabove places, leaving Newry daily at 0.45a.m., Mffain 11.15 a.m., arriving at Sale at 12.45 pm, and return theosame day, leaving Sale at 2.30, arriving at Iftra 4 p.m., and Newry 5.30 p.m. Passengera and parcels booked at the following places : Sale, P. Duggan's Criterion Hotel.; 1sifira Wm. Bannister's CamdenlHotel; and at Rawlin's Nowry HotoL .'All parcels left for conveyance niust b1. prepaid, otherwise they wall not:be for-' warded.. J. FISHER, SProprietor. HEYFIELD ;TO ,MAFFRA. mHE'Conveaiice bitween' the abve T placens will be DISCONTINUED until further notice. Any parcels that can ie forwarded on hore...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 April 1882

0QMMERIOIAL INTFJLLIGBNOR ' OIPPSLAND sTOOci RPiiOR Moesrs A. M'Loapnd o of Mafr, , report :-WVo yarded about 060 cattle dn Friday, and competition for fat- tock: wasI brisk, resulting in a ftsrthir(advranoo ns 1 prices. Stores wore still very dull of sale owing to the continued drought, but we suedooeediiW eleajing outnoarlytsll of those.) yaerded at a very s1'ig t advancs on week's .rates...LOur.salos5ortat.woeio.Fer. 1 steors and bullooks, inforior to fair quality L4 17a Gd, 5 12s GdLO, 1L0, s, and LI; eL3 6 a j,'L5 2s 6d, and .L6 e.7 d. ia Store oattl:.Weo'sold 200 bullools, from Ensay station, at L4 all round. Theo were avery nice lot, being well-bred and good eoloursbut some ofthsmevyorerather young.(, Weale soold sav Ibrstite lots, of_, bullooke n b -10 Ib -110s, to 410s, the latteC were Mr. Counihan's, from tho.Mitchell, a very nice lot, in good o ondition ; toeoir from 2k o 3}` years, at 21 L2 Os, L2 7s, 12 Os, L2 10s; L3 2a Gd, and LGs; cows and helfers, at Lib iOs,'L111si...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 April 1882

MAtI NOTICES. Maile close at the Maffra Pont-ofico for the following pliaces as under - ForSalo Roseedlo, Traralgon,Moo, Water leo, Melbourne, and other placee long the Gippaland railway line, daily at 11 am: ong through the same day. .f . For Toongabbie, Glenmn"gie, Hayfeld, Cowwar, Seaton, W VhllmIla, Coopers Creek, and Happy-go-Lucky (via: e ro ralgon), Tuesdays, Tlhursdaye, and Sature day, :at :11 am., leaving Traralgon next day, for the above places. "For Stratford, Yeerung, Delvine, Coon ghlncrang (Lindenow Fiat), Bairnedale, mnd Briagolong daily at 11 asm. to For Grant, Dargo, Bulgoback, Moiday and Fridaye at 11 am. For Port Albeot, Tarravillo, Woodaidi, Stradbroke, and Longford, Tuesdays, Thfursdeiye, pid Saturddiye, lit 11 a.ni . L. Foi.UppM ffrk a dnilyfat"4p.ish! i'.. For Hoyfiold and Tinaniba, on Tues days, Tlhursdays and Saturdaiys,, is 4p.m. i' ± ' ' 2 iW - r Thq iPost-ofico is opeon for) general business from 0 am., and Ccpas at pism. daily, and is closed betweeion th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 May 1882

Trade Addresses. GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. " By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of well selected cocoa, Mr. Eppa has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately-flavored beverage which may save us many heavy doctor's bills. It is by the judicious use of these articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up uutil strong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves fortified with pure blood and properly nourished frame."-See article in Civil ervice Gazette, Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold only in packets, labelled : JAMES EPPS.,& CO., Hox 'rnArm CuEMxrss, Lowanor. Also-Erra's: CnoooLTra Esarcxa,? : for Afternoon use. ESTABLISHED' 1749. J. WBENSON, WTATCHI AD CLOCK MA...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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NEW WHEATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 May 1882

NEW WUEATS. In the early part of 1860 (remarks the "Border :Watch") the, Mount GamblerAgricultural and Horticultural Society received from the Royal Society in Adelaide two small bags of creepinig Wheat (white and red), which had beenI sant out from Paris by the South Ana tralianuExhibition, Conmmisioners for distribution among several farmers in differeint'parts of the district, but in no instance did it sucooed sufliciently well to enconrage growers to persevere with it, and we believe it was dropped. Inst year, Mr. T. ILH. Williams, .the Mayor, obtained from Mr.' Ellis,l In vercargill, New Zealand, a quantity of ieed «wheat which was represented as the Purple Straw variety. He sowed 76 acres, of his YahI farm with it in July, and when it came up he found:it was creeping wheat;, :It grew very slowly and. was so covered with weeds, and, ,unpromising in October that he offered it forsale to a neighibour at 10i an are. :. The neighbour, however, was not prepared to risk more than 'li...

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A DARING VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 May 1882

-A DARING VOYAGE. On July 14th, 1880, the .Chilean traniiport Rii?ac, a screw steamer of S1227 tons, carryinga regimentof cavalry 'ald a aluabloe eargo,n~s'captured by the Peruvian corvette, Tnion,,; and taken to Callao. "After the Peruvian defeat at. Chorillos .and Mirallores the Itimac was burned, and sunk. Recently the hulk was raised by the Chiliani, adl it was found.that although severely damaged it could be rendered serviceable, and that the .machinery was: only slightly injured. Every particle of woodwork was .burned, out ofher, and she represented more the Sppearance of an e ipty fireworh stove than of a vessel with ? which the sea could be navigated. ,The dock beams were cracked and twisted as if they lhad been thin iron wires, some stan chions istill stood upright but more lhad asnumed shapes which would have as tonished riany shipbuilder, and the bul Saworks were bulged in- and out, and shrivelled as if they had been run through a powerful crimping machine. 1Damaged an si...

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Instructions for Saving Drowning Persons by Swimming to their Relief. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 May 1882

Instructibns for SavinSg Drowning Persons by Swimming to their RelieL *:Ist .When you -approach a person drowning in the water assure him, in a loud and firm voice, that he is safe. . 2nd. Before jumping in to save him. divest yourself as far and as quickly as possible of all clothes; tear them if r necessary, but if there is not time, loose at all events the foot of your drawers if they.are tied, as, if you do not do so,.theyfill with water and drag you. 'rd...On swimming to a person in the,-sea; if he be. struggling, do not seize him .then,. bit keep off for a few seconids, till he gets a mouthful or two ; for it is- sheer madness to take hold of a asman when he is struggling in the water, and-if you do, you run a great risk. -?4th. Then get close to him and take fast.hold of the hairof his head, turn him. as quickly as possible on to his Iack, give him a sudden pull, and this will cause him to float; then throw yourself on your back also, and swim for the shore, .both hands havin...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE STRICTURES ON THE ABSURDITIES OF AUSTRALIAN LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 May 1882

THE STRICTURES ON THE A13= SURDITIES OF AUSTRALIAN LAWS. Perhaps there is no one. feature of Colonial life more open to criticism than the manner in which. justice is dealt out to offenders against the law. Americana have' always been hearing about the "even-handed justice, and the respect for law which characterises English courts. But a great deal of what is seen, as the administration of law and justice in Australia, ought to he held up to the scorn and derision. of civilised countriesa To illustrate-A late issue of a' daily paper: contained an account of the arrest and trial off a: man for: inhuimanly bisting :his wife. Thle offence was proven ::the court (P6lice) `iriianded him` and required Ssuieties that 'he.would henceforth keep the peace; but aout tile same tine a man was fined $25 forbetinga hre. Some larrikina (hoodlums);,:who set gw a dog upon a citizen who wes peacnbly tryingi to :stop their Sunday. distur hance around his home and which dog hit a piece of, flesh i from...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 May 1882

MELB OURHE lCRAIN MAKurr liol" their usual grain 'aolo': on Tuesday, and sold ha follo? :- . Wheat, fair milling, Go adK pr iarley,: English, 4:Gd to 4s 7d doj mixed do, 4s 2d. Oi 'Ots, go8 d fo;ed 3s'9d' to'la lidd d" Peas withdrawn for.highor r?a?- .o %1" ? "?'?, I.:". '?. '-1 1,

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (ARGUS.) LONDON, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 May 1882

(Anous.) ,.Albert.Y qnng, o railway telegraph clerk at Doncaster, aged 17, s chiarged' at the Bow".stree" Cour't'sterday, with sanding plotter tothl.Queen.threatening, toikill. her:. unless sho: assisted hiki tb e .'igrato. "Ho was remanded. .i.?, ,;D:ra.,' Laponi, wiJ:o onilfsedl toy t~od murder of-his yopng, lirbraocin law wae oxeoutod1 today. . . ao Loov, May i1 iA frrible s torm was,.; raging along tne I4nglnIa: coast oii, Saturday and Sunday, occasioning a,numniir of fitali ties, Sevoral vessels were wrecked, and : vna?: a amount of ,! injury- was caused.' il .. . 1: .. ,,, Anumber of If ravl ianlinhieshrliavie been posted' to. Mr. YaTýderbilt;' the Anmerican. millionaire and.shipownier; and i to;{Mr. Cyrus :eWest. Field,, the celebrated elcctrician; "at :their. resi. ?i?,ces:: in'New. York.' 'One bof the idi~liii a'explodded'iin'tranit; libut' foir tunately caused no injury. The furterl. wedding :festivities in celobratioi. of the, marriagep, of ~ LH.B,H ,Prhnce .i;La pold., a...

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THE NETTING DID NOT SAVE HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 May 1882

THE NETTrING DID NOT' SAVE HII . : ; Thoinas. Fo? a nativi of Austtralia, aged 10 years, professionaliy known as one of tlie 'Zorilla brothiors, gymnasts, mnet with an aecident. at. Woodward's Gardel on Thiursday morning, while doiig an :act on "trlo, aerial aidder, "yhicli reulteid in his death th he follow ing inorning..I George Zorilla, :his partiLer, ait a?hcoroner's inquest held on the ehdy of thie deceased, yesterday; at the Morgue; testified that they were rehearsing an act on tho ladder on Thursday morning. The ladder hung from the roof of the pavillion, and under it some' eight or nine feet was sin og the safetyi nettinig, in which wis a piece of folded carpet. The two were hanging, head doii"i, .Zorilla from the ahior: and Fox from'thi long.: trapeze: Fox let go hold tiurned a somersault in the! air; and ;instead ' of catching the h=lads :of Zorilin only touched his elhbows with his fingers and fell to the netting, _striki? g hiis forehead on the piece of carpet. While dou...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND AND PRESBYTERIAN PASTORAL AID SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 May 1882

HaURCIH OF ENGLANDI AND -PRESBYTERIAN PASTORAL ::AID SOCIETY;.. .? ; " Church;l' Maffra,. on "Friday evening last. r' ,"r .. ," I ";"':'F . 1 . V " .. Thi, qy, J..Hollie preoided, and describel the purpose and operationls bf the socilty.:'.It :wa$a,.uaniona, be tween thb" two churches'for prabtiial good, Thpre wereo parts of the colony, 'whore theopeoplo were unable to sup port their own particular church minis trtioori, be bjjy forming the two con gregationsi''nto. one, and the different clergymen officiating alternately, it ha' been found possible; by means of grants from this furnd, to-establsh regular . services : '. . .:: . ;, Thu Roev. I Tait spoke of: tho.bleas-. ings of unity "'What a godly sight it was,; to ,,behold,. two g'.reat 'national churches joining heart and;,haid.: f6r tilseele wo'lk of epreading'the Gospel of their,commonLorb ,3Much:goqd had bcenhlithero effeqted, and .much more would folllow frim ,iuch united effort. ,:. ' " .:CG.? O.'Dut?ican, .'thd Adminis 'rii...

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DIVERSIFY YOUR PRODUCTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 May 1882

DVERY1SIFY YOtUR PRODUCTS. ThI fact. is, tihe small farimer-the one of a 'few hundred acres or Iess-in the matter of wheit culture-is placed at a great disladvantago . Ito is brought into eompIetitio with tho superior ad vantages of the one who cultivates from 5i;000to 100,000 acres, and who can produce wheat at .less .tliaon, lialf ShoIlcost to himself. TIe should seu the folly of attemmpting to maintaim such an equality, 'and shouldm sot 'his .its at work devising other and nmore profitabl uses for .his land. But, it .'may be asked, what else can the 'farmer do? Thie answer mgight seem to bo, in the" present glutted wcheat market, 'almost muything :'else than , wheiat I in a question foru ca'h -fain:or: to ditor mine for- himsol.. Is wheat 'the onbly thing the world inoeds,:or-that our.rie? ginllai ids are suited` for? why 'not try jute flax, hemp, beans, buck-wheat mnusiird, tanilry seed, 'opium and silk culture, sunflowers, :peppernint, castor beans, vlmaoniida nut-growing, orch...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 May 1882

Om ENTSN, OEVNTs: "!, The birds.whoso music fillstho ir,' _. Do chirp and chatter hod|essl'" SParliameot iii? oncol more .in -full an theh oppooihg " factios"s haive token tlier repoeetwooeos and eager y awsit,,the issued of. the struggle..., ji seemis ton hae?sittingi apart : from this no6sy: crcv who wraingle and, bicker sihd fight" for'isomotlihig 'neiither' fx pressed nor undeo'tood '(eIxcepi by themselve); thiit "th't'leiei ho'die for theii country," "the 'worki man'e friend,, .&o., &e. aru-on us books, nap doh't appleal at nlloi, thce .boards of t le'play whe: viowded? with' tlie nihked eye. 'Oh no dying furaloneicountry. cz`.ve -d,, ioo nda b?iig the working -man's friend, is very god,ut a seat on the Treasury benches and £1,500., a yeararareconsiderablybetter.-. --s=-. There -i~i notiling so aitmsing as toe watli in-the columns of a country newspaper the varioustongue-thraihing 16p are boeasiojally itechage be tween some nairmated partias hlo havie managedl't...

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