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A BACHELORS SUGGESTION [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

A B.ACHJELORS, SUGGESTION 'Vhyly notput putb , Usbaby inl a ha at: onceoand be done with; it Wve are sure that tho helpless little creatures would feel far lmoro comfortable tied up in 1ags than they do now in "thoo awkwairl bunidles known -.a "baby. clothes.a" These bags slould o roomy, of course, with a draw string at the top. and anotler at the bottom. ..No em broidery-no ruffles, no sleoves I Yes, just as much embroidery: and just as many ruffles as you please; but rio sleeves unless thi bag isminndo to open belhid. Thle fashion of dislocating 'a baby's: shoulder; by bending back the little arni to force it into a a'garment maide to open in front is both useless iand cruel . No wonder the little things scream and kick.whien they..are being dressed. . Talk a about a> dress reform association for women;' It is:a reform iii baby iclothes' thiat is most needed, and if a fashriona.l mother could ,b found !rave enough to.tie up her haby in . dainty blags " during the winter months,...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

TOONGABBIE. ( ir-oin cono roeIsCr.) There' his been a very heavy rain fall between, Cowwari and Traralgoi during the past -week.. The. wet weather" lias deterred the 'clearinrg andi bburning off timber on the railway line,. and made the formation of the Latrobe~ enmbaikmeiit oery heavy, for te lhorse teama. The . pile-driving and other' works: 'are being most' ' vigorously pushleld ahead at Cowwar, the Latrobe, ec. ' The 'ici geneirally speak well of the contractors and.their overseers, but I.hear a good, many, complaints about some,; sub-contractors. 'the splitters and squarers appear to think they, are under-paid; as the timber, required- iron bark, and red-gum-are hard to work." Soni first-class.men- iav left. sooner than set in-for the prices offered;: 'otherS say theuy. ouldnriot r'ind if tliey dealt directly.; with. the conltractorsa instead!of thoe middle monk as they cill the: contractors,. acid got paid at the stump the same as with. Messrs. Miller 'and'James. The continued...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

Who has never'felt in a moralising strain at 'sonio period' or other of . his lifol" i Weoll,;I m often takenrthat way, and:,fid much delight and'intorest in marking how iny fellow-men do journey through this wilderness. , But never before did it ,o forcibly striko inm what a lot of leeches we aro as on en ovinlng last woek, whioi, oni tak ing a stroll around our little town I marked as I saw the cottage of sucli: an one tliat lo lived oil seome otherl, and it?buddelily struck m~ thath i ie 's but a typ' of 'all' his fellow -men, and as: I cast "about mine eyes,' behold it. was verily so,; I "marked. how: each preyed, on=. the other ;:".tho e man of office lives:by creating fancied.:' requirements' and deluding !is, less great follows into the idea thatl thley' aro,: necessities; ..the draper livs .ori tlhe folly of thoso who dress ai la mode; the publican upon tihe extravagance of the boozekin ;, the priter on the curiosity which deludieg learninig ' okes; the schooliimatei by his ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

SAt the County ]Policw-court, Slhalnklin (i, W.),. Jaices Colwliitt,, of Iillynrde, was charged withasstult-illgJano Russel,. a married woman,and,aictor.of his.wife. She stated that oli a certain evening she w~vcnt to seo h~er fsister about five o'clock, and ild o shelwvas~there the defiendant caneo in, flow, into, rage, ordered hltr, out, acid as sho.was obl'yilg struck hler ,witll.a spadn iabout hllfll-a-ilnchl. above. hoerlolt 1 yo, cutting a.piece of flesh out, 'knocking heor down, andul otherwise in juring her.. The dolfenic ncot upby tho solicitor for Coloeiiutt,ws.tlhat iis wifn had beeoo indulghig too freely. in drinik, tenpted to, Inlighbouring liubllichouses byhersistor, anid, stayinig away from hlolio all night ,Defelndllnt was a teetotaller, anid the drulkoen habits of his wife so exasporated him that lie lost con. trol of his feelings ol seeing the conm plninannt again in his house. The Court inflicted a inolinal filno of S& Gd and costs.

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

Auctions. FAT AND STORE 'CATTLE, GRASS SEED, d4o.A £ MAIlA, FRIDAY, MA't 1 A XM LEAN and CO. i.Sellp tha 2'0 Prime Fat Bullocks and Cows, 60 Good Bullocks and Cows. 100 Bushels Perennial Rye Grar a -eu flA EGlEtablished-a-BrwpopJof-gur 1 iB??iness in lMelbourno we are now rpolesrto3hgoldr EE ?EJSEY:ALES of sttlo, Shoap, etc. nt the Flotniington Yards,..ndto.undertak..thp~.ple of all. iEs f troperty, nimPrFiiucc, dc., privately or by puclic anclion. We ars. also in a position to nogotiate Ieonn@ on freohold securitipp a tlw very? lqwnpt rates. of interi~s, ticf toR caltluit anction sales,' val tidna, dto tn;neiypynit ofVictoria. O?s-•s ("48 Queen.st, lMelbourne., cas: ,dThnson-street, M .8T " h _i AI 'LE,&N "f CO,. ie " n -- .-.'",i -+'I a. , GUTI RIDGE and CO. w11l Soll.by ~ it;-Auction, 'at thoir yards, oiff' t above dat 9 Catty, ilors and Springers. I MAFFIRA, FRIDAY, MAY 26.- . - ? ??" G. TlOUClARTY, (in cei'njii '": G."n'n.iitIli `. ornexo-c?' Ci ), "-'illSbol tliy-A'uct...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

IOBB and' CO.'s "'COAOHEI' v l?eav CRITERION HOTEL ;,..i,. BALE to BAIRNSDALE1i 1.4 1i pn.' daily (Sundny excopted),, arriing "at lsiresddl at 7.30 'p.m. Faro, 10s. All information, &c., at Cobllb and Ca. a of0ce, Criterion Hotel, Sal ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. Sale to Maffra and Newry' ROYAL M AILr..::; r FISHER'S comfortably covored . COACH will RUN DAILYbotuvonn the above plomes, leaving Newryidnily: at' 9,45min., aifrin 11.15 a. n., arriving at; Salo at 12.45 p.m, aind return th?anmo' day, leaving Salo at 2.30, arriving at' Matrar 4 p.m i., aid Newry 5.30 .p.m. Passengers' andi parcels liookol at the following places :- : SaleIo T. Dugnn's .,Criteriond HotolI MaIrlm, WinV. IlBaniatersa C'Cildon 'Hotel;. and at Rawlin's Newry Hotel." ? : All parcels left.for donve ancd musat;le, prepaml, otlherwiso they will not b for. SOJiiFISHER;:' : i.: Propriotor i,:..IEYFIELDc'.TO'MAFFRA. rmHE' Cdn'o3yaneo beween the 'above' 1• plaes wll bo :DISCONTINUED until further, notice..,...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

Menssrs. English, Pock, and Co. report: -Fat Oattle.--Market' mith better this week, and bidding!for everything vary animated and brisk, We anticipate it will keep good for pomo itime, as really prime cattle are getting scarce, both in Melbourne and local markets.. At Mafra, on Friday, a largo nuniber yarded; but' mostly, iaferior and medium. We sold a lot of Inferior bullocks, L5 10a to L6 2a Od ;inferior cows, L4 15s, to L5 7s (i ; vealers, its to 30os ; good bullocks, L7 to LB 10ao ; d6 cows L5 td L. tbro Oottle. -Mfarlioe qboutsapmo qa last week, and we do not expect any alteratiop until the spring has well nst in, and lis tho weather still eontinuce dry, buyers. are extremeoly cautious dand will look at nothing onlesee they aro really good. On FridLy, tat ?Mitra about 1,000 hend yarded, and we cleared everything. Mir." O'flare's Oorrowoeg bulloks, L3 Oe, atecrs L2 8e; lri. M'Donhld's Dclegote' hnllocks, 13 2se Mr. Stoko'es ullockse L ls ; Mr. Ilody' Jindabino West bullockes, L3...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE.   At the Leicester Police court a young man Henry Wilson was charged with attempting to murder a young woman named Mary Jane Firth, with whom he was keeping comipany, and then attempting to destroy himself by cutting his own throat.It appers tliat ontheb   evening of the'crinmoi the prisoner went to tlhe house of' a frieid of his ' sweetheart's - ith horn, she was staying, and, asked her- to go out with him, which shi refused to do, and after some w-ords; had::passcd: be tween : them prisoner drew las small buitcher's knifout of his pocket and stabbed her in the thigi twvice,: and slie: fell ..prostrate on' .the floor. -Prisoner then o'gain attempted to stah lier,n and on being pros ented froiii doing so, ini n editely took aknife off i.the ?upper table. and made a desperate; attempt:to cut his own throat. 'Both wreo injured' that" they were at once coniey ed to' the infirmary, wher the) lay in a dangerous state for some days. ...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 May 1882

GENERAL-NEWS. A movement is ahout to o iinitiated. advocating sixpenny telegrams. Si,Tho Marqui! of Hartington is nearly 50.years of age, and is still unimarried. i, Arrangements Itav.obeetnmade for an electrical exhibition toboIhehl on the 12th Juno in the Atheseulun Hall. i The total oxpendure to:the, date on (St;., Patrick's ?.iCthedral, ".Bielbourne,. pniounts to L108,161. ,; -, The flunkies of cesthetic mistresses in. London, havvo,, been uimade ,to carry. bouquet: of daffodihl., ~.: M,;ieansare bei6gitakeit~i tprevent the unnecessaryi delayn steismships passing throughthoeSuez Canal. ;. ?d:ot : Hor to ensured punctiiilit... At a recent meeting:of- minininglcoinpany, it. wasr-.proposeditliatthlo:directors' fee. should, be.divided amonig those present ,within fivor: minutes 'after,? thoe hour i Afterthe, capture of Geok,,Tepo by General Skobelel, the retreat?ug Turco mans were cut down; in whole families to th numbelr ,of 8,000, men women, and children. A P arismilliner ,has jus...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 May 1882

KWi1iJySPORTrING/NOTES .;* " No fQlrtlýr rogr'Ji,' wrPresori'y'to sayhailiiceniinadi:townidslTroforminig odr; FootballOlubI: .There is certcainly a':lttle:practiceogoing on amongst two Sor .lree,.but, that can boe of, littlt.use,. for the. menmers ought' to;,now whlat n.r cachlotler' paIrticular forte, .al so to work in. harnmoiy with each other. dur contemoporaries comnplain of Salo, bingi slow, lnut slow is "ino naie for il i M iiiaf . . ' .Tio Goclong, Iotham, and .Crlton footbali clubasill viyit Sylnoy during tin season. . On Tuesday, a foot-race was run at ,Stratford, between Ilollinig'swortli and Doyoe, 880 yards for 0?5 :a side Hollingswortht wiliiing liy about'soven 'airds.' Toe ' miniutes a lifi ? ??ards Ho~llngiwrtlsia' b0Hara 100 ayrd dii'd"it hih "Uyý:'labouit :ono yard. 'ThIeve IVeri oinfo 200 peopl ! presert ito witnossithe coritests.' tHollin'gworth has previosily run .second toDougherty .add also' beatinlWoodhouse at Iguano .0rcok i':!: *,a .l.' , 'di':.:: " :',.: ,'...

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TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 May 1882

.: iý, , a :, U . " j -.-17 '[ *I : L;.:r-i,5Lb (LYe.I 9. Qp.,.tlC¢! l lP i 1;) • Th7 -cbntiuus shiow&y.ivather has nDos for. plougltilig,ifd tlib farmers are .ll b ,feature:~iel, tlhaEt ho,,who.Jad only single beam ploughlls lastyeaL iavo' in nibst in n i tces re eiethmle lih year by, double furrow ploughsj thug saving colsiderably in the pbyt dbftiultation.~'. Mr. Suro-eyo Alartin aend lji iifh are pushing on witi the prbliminary olinei t rectify ,tlii, olsess curves ill the Ilno near Toongabbie;.L This will neces sitaito iibut two mopls' worlc1 asi col sidorable distance w?il have to beL;,r surveyed:, It will -not, however,1 pro wvonit tfio coitratorsapushnii g on wuth !their work.' i~ no us .'lio co traotorfor,-, ipanirs. to:thli Stateosohoollpand the buildinlg of now 4qiarter f o 0 tield ihtd ten rlio, has.mnade good progress with the work. - , "Tlih ail?ty ' ks le. infused fresh life into the district, and all np ,. .. .. . Tlihpro is-to be a reduction of fares to' all...

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JUVENILE FANCY FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 May 1882

d: JUVENILE FANOCY ;FAI : ,. The above, Fair was ;opened in t the Shire all, yesterday, afternoo;i, when a large collection of:. useful ansd orna mentall airticleslwore ,offeredr for' sale The ',proceedsi of .the -sale will he devotedl to, thoe purchase. ofbohoolni to form a lending., library,, for, the St. Jolu's ChurchsisSunday, School. ;.On entering tho. hall' the.vinitor sees an eleg and codystlytally , thcrt rbeing olie aiso on ea?rl side. Te? stalls are boutiifully decoated with evergreens, flowers, id' ottos, suelias I'Knoiv yeta., the whole 'lemg surmounted. t the iack ith " God Sse i'thl QIueen. 'Amongst' themosot notabloe articlei ini . bementioned tivo:?neautifully igot up gipsy tables iii macrnmawdoirk by Miss Carpenter,;'alio' cushions,: at braoket inlmacrzma ,work,.' an. elegant fender stool, anc~ !a ,rvery, handsohme pair of..slipporI , ,with, thle,. Princo of Vales., Featl,'r , pattern worked.l. in beads, being the works ~ df Mrs Hollis and ldaugh ters. There nwore l...

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COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 May 1882

COMMENTS .ON- EVENTS. "Tho birds whose music fills the air,,. .:"Do chirp and chatter heedlessly" ' MfrI Mrd al' Fsrbas, thq justly, fainous, war orrepoiidnt, has arrived iii'thi colonies, and is out to corn menceo'it riadb f'lecthreso' nite adventures he' has inet' with.; These adventures, :tjudgeifrom thei flowing facounts> of sceveral iof., the I leding magazines, 'aro:,welliworthy; the atten tion of, al);i added to which tileorator has, aldi9 of, dedolivery- whlich, though like. rutas, cgoning bu9,freisu "a plain, blunt mean,' ha the etolct ?of carrying his audipnce along ewitht tlhe, meost; 1wrapt and eager attention. I fear few of us ii the backwooda of Gippsland, w ill'ho ýifsro dedthe luxury of hearing r. Forbes, but wt l' at ileast enijoy, th peraal'of'l is i?tereti ig lectures. our Australian encrslce?rs ar Makng 'tnimseles' fiiimous acros ithe Mater. After hiavig 'achinovedd'aimos? glowing victory'oivertlit'o'Oifordl'tm they on' FHiday' coiiimenicldi a' innaili 'withi ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 May 1882

. Trade Addresses. MAURICE COLEMAN'S ; GIPPBSLAND BREWERY , :. (La Mas. M'Ivuan's). ,AURICE 'COLEMAN, while return. ing lg thanks for the liberal patron. ae hitherto ;accorded him, bogs to, inti mate to the public.in general that he has availed himself of all the recent improve. ments in brewing, and having obtainedtho' 'servicsof askilled homeo brewer, and by using only the best materials the market can afford, he in a position to supply an artile unsurpassed in the district. Sale, 30thMareh, 1881 . . : 'MAF:FRA SPEGTATOR" Ari aestrsana r. J O B P R I.N;T:I N G, XMa i North' Gippuland... The Propriettr of the"Maffra Spectatori a" begs to:tifi tf t'the inhabitants". Si":" ofthe diQ' trh that he' is . PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. The?Jobbi?g? Plant is replete with. all ,.. the Latest Impovements. POSTING BILLS OF ATL IZE8, On colored or white aqer,..can be had o on'the shortest, notice. BueSeaSS FO?O?s," CON?cE?. TIOTS,' CAnes, ' PROA?cuuMus, Cracena s, HAmx BnLLs, PaoersruesS is Sn...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 May 1882

'. ' ::IA ORIOKET. \ Tht. dISltli, Ic53eii the Australlan' ,Eloven? acid:/ElvenT o.:,tho r CoP ty 'df Sussex:wanr:resumed at Brighton on Friday lat. Ti?il attihidaneo' at the match was, moderate,,and the weathler fine. lThe. Autralians with 255' runs for the lols'df 'two 'ickebl, co injtied' tlheiir, hining. .,Tlioy mdod a mnagnfi cent stand;aiudidconipletely.collared tihe bowling of.tli?ir 'dopponeisti hiw; dli was very loose. .Murdoclih, in his fine innings ;:only gave one chande. The inning, finally'closed for 643 rs.ii .. AIAUiSTuLAN E rrE'S.o P- .Inaee INNINS:cros ' c % Massio ca lit ... .. 45 Blannermanil caught ... ... 0G Miordlocl, iidtout .. ,.. 286 Horan? caught .... 51 M''Doifiell; liowlbd: ... '' 1, Bllnekhhmi'lw ... . ... 27 Giffens cau lit'and bowled .. 74 Palmnr,,bo wledi . . 2 Spoffortli, caught:... 8: . 8, . 8 ,-Suindrles ,:, , ..t ... 39 Totafe . si n ;r ''r.,t 643 Theattndanm e on th o:;ihBrighton. giihind oi:: turtnrdy "was'moderat~i Tihe s, datllirwa' i eei duri...

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DON'T DO IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 May 1882

DON'T DO IT. -i' " l,. Don't sleep in adraught?. , Don't go to bed with cold featsL, ., ,,,on't stand.over hot airregisters. ,'.Don't eat what:you do not need just to soveit :" ,. ... .,: Don't try to get cool too quick after Dont'slee it M in ecure false teeth in iiyour mouth . . . !Don't start the day a work without a good breakfast Don't stuaff cold lest you are next obliged to starve a fever : Don't try to. get along without underclothingin winter. .;:, ,! Don't use yourvoice, for loud speak ing or singing, when hoarse.a : i --on't try to get along with less than eight or niine hours' sleep. : , Don't sleep .in the nsamo undergiar ment yon wore during the day ' , Don't toa your feet by the ire, but try sunlight fricteon instead: Don't neglect to h.ave at last one movement of the bowels each day. 11/. SDont try toeep up oncoffee and alcohol when you ought to go to bed. .Don't drink . ice-water .by the glass; take it in sips a swallow at a time. .,!,Don't eat enow to quench thirst...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1882 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 May 1882

T. ... . ....- . . - T . .. . THURSDAY MORNI'NQ. MAY 25, 168 .A, the meeting of the North Gippl Agricultrial Societyihbld at Sale SaturdayfIast, whe"oathe question. nfakingi 'arangemenits for deliveie agriculttaTilf diehg wa ring di cussed' Mr.:rF,?iforstmnan made som very:: seneebloremsu'. He id th could b o dloub ibut the movemen wao an ex?cellent one, ,uand that a amountbof good woul8 acciue fro auch readings, but that this was n the proper time of year.to_ iaugu ,them ajheo farme.ss ho 'would the principal. attendants at. such inge woe noewneariyall ubyii engag getting.in .teirlcrops, andi'ould be employed until saytheo beiginning August,) and that, .tho-.days..being short there were iia' who had lon lisdtacs to travel debarred fro attending. The pro ep time to co menco.a srjes. of 0 readings would after the end of July, when il .principal cropat,wcre:all in. Anoth? suggestion- was also made by Mr Horatman Tvi. :Thiat tie papers read; in, .such centresr, of' frmiin districts 'o-...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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(ARGUS.) LONDON, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 May 1882

i", I (iuou9 nI.)" 51' Losnooa Wra 23 ` £hqPOirvativo~ . ro,, vigoroualy opasso b tho A tqasof~ Itnf l~ iitroduuciu by tizo Oovoroiigout.: ; Tliloyt 1, 11 t$y:f airy, ;rnaaiptiih q. i·rhin··tl, to, ,tlta , Wpnggttb ý4f..·1T!'AlIIJ· !tO, ; ullhbjp thIIIm to l(Initttq; tbt! rorrq'inzro of rop1 ,' aiouliii ho by way, of Ioaiq, nitcI toot qij, n gift. ' N. LeoO ntOSy,tho, ]'inoiino Miiatci ill the Do.Froyciqt \illthiorytio L~tunnoU, lion tiiesigzd ollico.

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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A FAMILY BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 May 1882

: A FAMILYT BURNT..!' , ,The "Otago Daily Timea" of the 2nd May records the following dreadful occurrence :-" News-wa's brought. in this morning of the'dreadful death by bjrning 'of an entire family; named Smnith, at Whareasn Ferry, near Mas tortn. Smith had een a ferryman for many yar No e know of the fire until persons going to the ferry discovered the' ruuiis of" the building and the bodies of Smith and his wife in it. The 1ody iof on child was found on the hillside, where dogs had carried it. John Holt reports that yesterday morning, 'ktthe Whareama Ferry, he foulid the fer4house burned t to th round Just nide where Jthe iront der'had beena Wer. o ri Smith's re mains, and what (he took to. be hat bf GeergaSmith (the ferryman) just bh hind.hor;with a blanket. ,0OnIsearching for, the children, he found- one lo the boys';bodies much, burned onl th bt hifl sidoe,iwheretit ihad!been Idragged by Smith's dog. He thinks onbi of the other children:owas; wrapped in a blanketalongside Smit...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 25 May 1882

MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. , Moarisrd.A.:MI ieani and'Co ?0: .po r narhot at'firm at last wovak'aiateoalf '9 sold0 Mr, Nicola; bylock :at .£9 10 tho othba. two for M1t'J. G; M'Dgnald to £9, averagin gl£8 ,,'3 cowys: for. Mr. Keogh to £7, aid bullocks, at .£8 fib, 19 co for ISi. M .r Buckloy to £7, averaging £G 1i ; .and otaoi;a t? £2 :O; Wooilsido cows; to £9 17a Od, averaging .£ ,,18a Od ; Boland's bul locks to £9 lOs avel rig £8G Od10; Wrigt's cows, to £.,88s bullocks from SIalo to' £8, }s aeorahiig 8 i2a 3d Danlolo 'bullocks at.£8 1Ss, 'a;d cows to £6T 's od. .Coalvob nt £3, " " i ors. ?r lyitlh aundlHinamonil dropoef,: ]at Cittlo' =,0 ere wio mo; o lqality from informior to good.n d iruiioi;, aa?lutrial, oi n pr ces, (it lUoqual to last week's, ratios", ? oo hdgvy `lil .ol brought .fan, ?;,£11- t?.o £14 8. Sat Sheop.-B,apJ yardod,. very few being good nmu priile ; pricea advanced fully lo, elot ctros.°brd wotl.ahmer 17o to 21; a feow to "?3; -beat merino0 wetherk'(iio?iWigood in)...

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