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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 June 1882

T rad Addresses. ' MAURICE COLEMAN'S . QIPPSLAND BREWERY (LaT 1ES. M ,l'Ivca s), \AURICE COLEMAN, while return. dI lug thanks for the liberal patron age hitherto acconred him, boegs to intl. mate to the public in general that he lhas availed himself of all the recent improrve. moents in brewing, andlhaving obtained ithe services of a skilled home brewor, and by using only the besoat materials the market can afftord, he in a position to supply an article unsurpassedin the distriot. Sale, 30th March, 1881. THE MAFFRA SPECTATOR" NEWSPAPERi AND GENRMAL JOB PRINTING, O FF I C E, Maffra, North Gippaland. , The Proprlotor of the" Matfra Spectator" bogs to notify to the inhabitants.' of the district that he is prepared to receivo erelors for ' PRINTING IN ALL ITS DRANCHES. Thie Jobbing Plnit ist replito with ill the Latest Improvements. POSTING RILLS,:' OF ALL SIZES, On colored or ,whito paqer, coa beil hid on the shortest notice. Buancoss Foccos, CoNCser Tiocicrs, COAnRD, , PROnRMMEs, ' CI...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 June 1882

RAILWAY NOTIEE,; " Trains now lonvo SALE at 7.66 am, and 4.47 p.m. Thoy are duo at SaLE at 1.45 pm. and 10.35 pm. Tmrains lonvo sfrlbourno at 7.40 an.m. and 4.27 p.m., and nre duo in bMolbourno at 2.0 p. m. and 10.60 p.m,

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN EXTRAORDINARY STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 June 1882

AN EXTRAORDINARY STATE MENT, At- an inquest hold at Ballarat recently upon the remains of the man Marius Delpath, who 1ung hhnself at the Benovolent Asylum, the following curious statement was, the " Evening Post" says, made by a present ilnmate of the institution, a Greek, named Andreas Courriko :-" In the latter part of 1853, or beginning 1854, Delpatlh and another Frenchman, whose name I did not know, joined as mates with a oompanion of mine named Feodore, who then was possessed of between I.00 and L900, while Delpatls had a gun. The three left Melbourne together to go to the Omeo diggings, but to my astonishlmont when I was going along Bourke-street, about a fortnight afterwards, I met the Frenchmnan, and in course of conver sation with him inquired what had become of Feodore. He hesitated at first, answered me evasively and left. Subsequently I met Dolpath in Bourke. street, without the gun, and put the sanme questions to him about Feodore. He hesitated, and thon said, ' Oh, he...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 1882 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 June 1882

THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 1882 We canndot rillow therdisloya action of certain n members' bf our Victorian LegilatureorI to ipfas iwitiout, severe comment; (feelig as we do thatit is thoelbounaden duty of. everyjournal t!' 'deinounce osy action calculated to dia-" turb the iharmaonyn whieh, happily, reigns; in our midst. .:It needs little discernnment to perceive-that we refer. to the .naction, of mvtral prominent memblers of the Victorian Legislativo Asscemlily i eIin aenlnto Ireland i an addreas calculated not only,,to Cen courage the too rapidlyispreading re hellion an t dist di la "dportion of Hmr Majesty's danminions, liutaleot convey an idea thli" tlie'6ddreso is ex pressieo of theo feelimg enteritsiiedl by Victoria, a in w n iir''"Etn nl ad this documeutnomanatedffromo p-rate inmli. vidunls totally disconnected with mat. tors:of State or Govermnont, the olfence would i havoe been suliciently grossi but proceodingas it did from the deputy rulers of thia coloiny who ,bsey se t...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 June 1882

* f 1 ...T 8PORTIN. N ..·.. Thie irt ifootball miatch ts' b playedl in Mailra this season; nagaiat a foreign club, takes place on Sstnrdly ixt, at twoi o'cloc1 slnarp. IThe maah iseteh'twee, tlh; Maffram ,l the Rosedalu Jnioir Clubs;i and, toughli wso, wish thit visitrls "every ,hick and wolcoume, wo thliink' they will have to work hard against the well-known smartness of tlhe local team, wlidli'will be chose,'froni tlie folluowing:-F.JiMcnua mar, W. Ilurbeck, F. Carpenter, F. Carr, F. Smal'.lmai, P. Bartold, J. Tnit; Af tee; F. Croks; V. Parkinson, A. Mitchelmore, A. Callaway,.O. Davis,. W. Campboll, E. DBrook, J. Bannister, W:V VWilliedn,;'C Clarke' Etergenciesi-W, M' 30Leaini, Alford and A. Marone. The wrlle to be iunder the able contnoaid of lFr. T ' Dulis captain.' c ,,: . Among ths nominations foir;thuMe bIurne-Cup we notico the ialucs of Mr' IL G0 Gloosfood a' hioire 'Allander,'- assd; also that of Msulatto,,: enteroit by 301: M'Gradlo. The hon. WV. Pecarson .enters threeo fo...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 June 1882

MELBOURNE ORAINMARKET ~ Messrs. Groig anl& M3urray-i held tlhdir usual wockly'gMihi lsale t'- their roomsi oin Tuiesday, 13tlhi inst, and sold ae followd:-s Wheat.-Fair msilling, 6s ,8}d per `bushel, flxed samples, Os (Id do:. Barloy. -English; Us 4d per bushel ; Capo do' li mixed' o, 5s 1d' to oats, foeed 4s rano shi el e,,. Flour -itlid'raww~for higher rtrn

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(AGE.) LONDON, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 June 1882

Losnos,, Juno 12. Serious disturbances )lhave occurred at Alexandria, the native population having risen against the European resi denits. Regordless of the effolbrts of the Egyptian authorities to quell the emeute, the mob proco rded to the European qnarter and killed and wounded a number of the residents. The British consulate was attacked, and the consul (Mr. Cookson) was seriously injured before heo could make good his escape. The Greek and Italian consuls shlared the same fate.. Th chief engineer of the Superb, an English man-of-war lying in the harbor was murdered in cold blood, and in the meantime the shops kept by Europeans were ruthlessly pillaged. On the first news. of the outbreak the female portion of the residents of the quarter were placed oni lboard the British, ships in the Bay, and were this secure fronm outrage. Arabi Pasha and the Sultan's chief commissionor, Dervish Pashla, were both in Alexandria. whilst the dlisturb once was taking place, andt did their utmost ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 June 1882

Auctions. MAFFRA, FRTDbY, JUNE 19, FAT AND STORE CATTLE.r A M'LEAN and CO. will Soel)at toir yards- N; 20 Prime Pat Bullocks and Cows. 00 Splendid Bullocks, fromn South Gip ohmuld. 100 Splendid Ftor CGowns very qumgt,7' 80 Good Stoers alid Bulldoks, CLEARING SALE or HORSES, CATTLE, .FARMING rLPLE-. MENTS, &c.; &A . TINAMBA, MONDAY, 10li INST. A M'LEAN .@ CO. will Sell for W. A. Lop, Esq. (who has sold hlis farm), nn the preomlses, at 11 am. sharp, the whole of hlis Cattle, Horses, Forning Implomonts, ac., including 20 Verysuperior DairyCows (epripgers) 15 Calves. 1 Well-bred Hereford Bull. 18 Horses, consisting of lhesvy draughts light harones, 9 splendid buggy mamres, one very fast trotter. 160 Pigs, pum-bred Berkshire hlogs, Poultry, is. 2 Drays, 1 Spring-gort, 1 oplendid Abbot's Bpggy with hood, pulp, and Shafts; Double and Single furrow Ploughsl, Harrows, Pea Rake, several sets of plough, dray, cart, and buggy larnees, IRoller, Scarifier, Force.pump, 100 feet Hos...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 June 1882

coaches, &c. )BD and CO.'s COACHES leave CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted), arriving at airnedale at 7.30 p.m. Fare, 10s. .All information; ec., at Cobb and Co.'s 0fice, Criterion Hotel, Sale. -ROBERTSON; WXGNER & CO; Sale to Mafia and Newry ROYAL MAIL. J FISHER'S comfortably covered . COACH will RUN DAILY between the above places, leaving Newry daily at 0.45 am., faffra 11.15 a. an., arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Sale at 2.30, arriving at lalfra 4 p.mn., and Nevry 5.30 p.nm. Passengers and parcels booked at the following placesa Sale, T. Duggan' Criterion Hotel; Iaffran, Wm. Bannister's Camden Hotel; and at Rawlin's Newry HotoL All parcels left for conveyance must be prepaid, otherwise they will not be for. wardoL J. FISHER, Proprietor. HEYFIELD TO .MAFFRA. ' HE Conveyance between the above Places will be DISCONTINUED until further notice. Any parcels, that can be forwarded on horsback will be du...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 15 June 1882

OMMEJIOIAL' INI!,zrLLIGRNCOR OIPPOLAND STOCK RBEORTS. Mesosrs. t. utlhridgo andctCo. rop6rt -Fat cattlo firm, and in good demand at last week's quotations. Wed yarded a largo numbor at Ialifra and Sale, and sold at the former place, bullooks L8 10 tb LB, 10s, cows L4 to L4 15s, steeoors L4 2s 6d to LB So; and at Salo, heifers L2 118 to LI 74lQ,;.:oCwOAdita LS o 10si bullckseillE5&A to L8 s Gdt, VOeors 285. Store Cattle. Good-sopply forward, and:prioes:alightly bettor than last weeook. Wo anticipato the market will keeoop firm, with an upward ton. doncy for somo time..... We sold at MaIfrn, biullocks fiom tlhe Mitcheoll, L3 7s' Gd, L3 LS i1s, L4 Gos, L4 10s ; also cows, L1 10s, L2 2s d ; and at Sale, steers, LI 3s, LB GC; bullocks, 14,4 10s; cows, L2; also working bullocks ant LS151' I Milkers and forward springers firm at late rates; sales, L3 to 1S 2s Od. Horses-Very few yarded this weooek. No alteration to re port. Demand continues for anything goeod. Sales-Hacks and light...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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A SELECTOR'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 June 1882

A SBELEOTOR'S STOUY":' "What mIay ;happen ,to a man "and woman in Victoria" is illustrated in the sad story of a one ihappy couple, who, some few years ago, sottled down upon a farem situate In the fertile district.of Gippeland. Commoncing, as many, selectors do, with but a.very esmall capital,, the man found hlimself cons. polled to mortgagohis, holding in order, to raiso ieoans to bring, his ground iiito. oultiyotion, : but-; oiving !:to a partial, failure of crops, and other?; iausbs, the interest foll into arrear, and ultimately themtortgagee .foreclosed, sold his debtor. up, and turned ,him out of ahis, home.; While the uhifortunato mainri a travel. ling hboit the coniitry looking for worlk his poor ,wife somebhow or othler got arrested' as a ?g'i?grant, and was moni mittne toprison for sx months In th'i meantime tie husband fell ill and was at lengthi coimpelled to seek the shelter of the Alfred Hospital, where he now lies aitthe point of death after undergoing four operations...

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FARM AND GARDEN FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE. KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 June 1882

FARM AD' GARDE; FOR THE MONTh OF JUNE "IirNiree GARDoN. Gt et ll heay- ork in the most forward. state possible. This is be t indioth for plan'tingall alebsriptioiis of fruit trees; trenchg ad ep dralising are essential to;t?thir wevl doing; if soil is ppor 'and imanuro b needed, use boitedust ii prefodrenci to' guano..,. Commence pruning friit trees, obeginning witli tliosei wIhicli: ;havolst; lt tloheir foliage..COt iovli' d'caycd: ste?slli of asparagus to witlintitwo iniches o the, ground, cleai aid cairefully pice oaor tIhe beds" ii-d apply a therougl, dressing of good inanure and a spriik lintg f balt" to the surfaeo; Plant out l new plmiiittiois frbiir August sowings sow. broad beans, early and imedium varioties of broccoli babbago aid cauli flower; alsb 'a few early horin .arr6 for use, in September i:plant out garlic arid sliillots; divid' herb roots and replait thloni; "plant out horse radish; 'sow largoly df leaks early in the month; sow a .fow lettuce radish, And 'creass m...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 June 1882

MELBOURNE. CRAIN MARKET. Messrs. Greig . and Murray hold thqir usual weekly grain sale on Tues day, 20th inet, and sold as follows:- 'Whoat, mixed samploes, G Gd, per bushel. Barley, English, Ge 4d per bushel; mixed do., 5s ld to Gs l)d. Oats, good feed, 4s 3d per bushel. Peas, 5s per bushel.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (ARGUS.) LONDON, June, 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 June 1882

EUROPEAN 'TELEORAMS. (Anodus;) "LOiDON, June,.18. Dervish Pasha, the commissioner re presenting the Porte in Egypt, hue telegraphed to Constantinople that the presence of the fleets at Alexandria is ans obstacle to the restoration of order. The Khedive, yielding to the advice of the Russian, German and Austrian consule, has instructed Ragheb Pasha, who is known to be a creature of Arabi Pasha to form a new Ministry. The new Egyptian Ministry has been formed. It includes the following members : Premier and Minister of Finance- Ragheb Pasha. Minister for the interior.--Rachid Pasha. Minister for Foreign Aflhirs.--Yeky (Zetki i) Pasha. Minister.for. War.l`-'Arabi Pasha:: A Fenian. armory. has been dir covered at' 'Clerkenwell, in London. enormus quantities of .rifles, revolvers, bayonets,; and 100,000 rounds of amu nition, which fhad been. prepared for conveyance to.Ireland were seized.. In consequence of his recnt illness Hanlani 'hasabaindoned' thoe match he had made with Ross. .At t...

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TO THE LATE ROBERT RAMSAY. [IN MEMORIUM.] [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 June 1882

TO .,RTE LATE ROBERT, IAMSAY. -4~--c [f cci Manomon5 .] B Bi 3ozzts. OCas?e be gone i Oh, caenso brief a space Have stomp'd deotth' rigid seal upon that facl 'Taould seem but yesterday :we saw the glow Of health and vigour on his manly brow, Behidd, the light of uitelle'ittial fire ' Bonm in thatatooly glance, which could; inspire The gazer's confidence; who there. could ''find An open.portal to a noble-mind. To-day he lies beneath the silent tomb, is a shroud, the shadow of a nation'a A nation's grief shoull wellis worth? Attest,: . ... :. luie memory'a shrinod. within sa nation'a ,'breastl:. ... . Gone, ore the laurels of liie?arly famoe Hd h'filly blossomod roimnd his cherished His sun gone down, ero we believed him near The noonday splendour of a bright career., Few could such influence and away com. mand Within the -councils of his choson land. Fot his the sparkling flow of light debateo, But "solid logic of the man of state. plain'truth, sincerity, an earnest soal, Which know ...

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(EVENING MAIL.) LONDON, June 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 June 1882

; (EvaNlaG MAIL.) LosnoN, June 19:. Sir Samuel Wilson has been accepted by. the party as one of the future Tory candidates for Bucklhighanshiro. Walsh, the Fenian workman arrested in connection with the seizure of arms at Olorkonwell, has been brought before g 'the police court and remanded, in brder that further inquiries might be made in t the case.. . In the provinces scares are numerous owing to rumours, of projected Fenijan ' outrages. 'Mr. Parnell has denounced as. im. I practicable and'unwise the scheme pro pounded by Michael Davitt for nation- . alising the land in" Ireland, which provided for the abolition of landlords, and the creation of a tenant proprietary. (Asu.) LoNDON, June 18. Edward.. Hanlan, the champion sculler, who was recently prostrated by 1 fever is steadily recovering. He is, 1 however, very weak, and it will be some time before he can regain his usual strengtlh. The match that was to have taken place shortly on lake Winnepeg, between Hanlan and Wal lace, ha...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1882 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 June 1882

"··:; · H .. HEE .. THURSDAY MORNING,.JUNE22,1882 Inc oilisgie 'of t7thi ult we uirged thi necessity of 'somonepublic dmionstration lioiig' lold' ifcoiinectidn with' laying tho foundatibo stone ofithoenew post-oilto at Maffra?. iWe.pointed out that some esch movemerit on the part of the townsfolk was called for on an occasion of such importance, viriz'thi cobininiencoinent oT a series.of puiblid <building,':which" ill add materially to the"importance and consoe. quosnt iprooporty of' the;:div.rie.: 1t is mclh to be regretted ihat s littl intehust is :takesni in the advancement of public. mnatteis, and that such evident apathy and lukowarmnhaseshould 'exist. Public do. monstrations of the clharacter alluded to cannot fail to bring into prominence the furtlier: claims of a rising township such as this, for the occasion' is one usually marked by. the'prosence of 'men holding public positions of. importance, as well as which such lan occasion ia most eoppor. tunei.one.. for b...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 June 1882

•,:N: RAL.. ·I'ILL NEWS:,I ? . .The, E,En Rish pires can't' undeirsand how th? money was found'for Trioli?tt, in his last match with:Hanlan. -" Tweed is, being made with? native brown dwool, no. dye being used, in 0.Thie next' race forrthe Krug Chaim pagne trophy will be rowed onlthe 25th 1ovomrber.. ,... ,. : Another-old, , identity;, has p.ssed away ii tili person of the late Andrewi Stewart, formerly lessee of the Concon-. -ella Creek 7qtaiooii d: " {--.- ..+ -Mr.,Wallaceo, whoinformed against a hotelk~dper at'tliel Glbinochy 'Plii . Coui"t last' week in five :ires;n,, was" beaten int every; case, and orderedh to pay L lOs costs. Ex judge Roers in to be asked to stand for ]lallarat Eaoot'at` th: e next general eloction. - :r A1.rilwaylabrorr; named Horne hias been, murdered at; Greenfiild,.Canter bury,, by a fellow-workman, with : adze. Th6e murderer: inri?dlisatoly;weii and 'diowned himself in a' few'inches ofi p water in a plough furrow."? ,J : At Murrurundi a lad named Hunt, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 June 1882

rA T d ra essAd es.4 . ': IAU?li? E COLEMAN'S GI.P PSL ND;. BREWERY M1AUICE, COLEMAN, whIlo rturn. !iL, iLg tlmanksofrtho piherga lpatfronL 'ag hithberto ocoloet ioei'bdgs to intl: motO.to tothe "puilc in odgeral thif lie' hets availed lthetisf of all the rdcont1iisprote-v ' monts in brewing, and hAving.btainedtlhe services of a'skilled homo.:brewer, and by, Suslnigionlyr,tPi35bos L {ateria..,thei;nirke; can nro?,l,he min position, to .siuply nie 'article unsurrppabs'0in tlhe die '.." ; ; 30tli faili , 1881.1" il 'MA FIFRA , SPEOTATORI':!t J O;B.T?: R .I-N,'T,+:Nia , SMai9a;' North' (ippsltuld.i'ý Tlio Prop{tor of'tlie", Mlla+'Spectator"' i. o:. . G ",ordoore for ,: , , ri , Pe il .IN ALL; ITS, IBRANCH1ES. Tle Jobbieg Pla , is ? i'tpl-otwith' all the, latest Ilnprovoinente. POSTING BILLS, OF ALL ;IZES, On colored orowhite paqor, can be had 1, ' .. . on? the shortest, notico. , BoUSINos Fou;pj CýSowxcCir ToCRKS, , CAsr Piooeoitersw ,The Proprlotor bebng ,etermined , eiocute all okeae...

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THE TROUBLES OF A MILLIONAIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 22 June 1882

STIHETROUBLES OF A MILLION AIBE. Those who have 'read Eugene 'Se's Pride orthe Duchess" will not fail] to recollect what a sensation the young lioiress desoribed' in' that romance ,ex cited in society, and what scheomes and diplomatic moves were used i people for the purpose of advanoing .their own ;designs or baffling those of their rivals. -Something like this is said to be the case with Miss Machay, the" daoglhtee of the well-known Californian million sire, who is.now residing in.Paris with her '?mother i'Her "suitors dome ini loattalions-al i sorts and coiidition obf Smen.. The latest report was thatPrince r-Phillippe de-Bourbol aa?s .the favored .oie:. -The Prince is not an .ndesirabli an for prince, and the family of Bourboa.is illuetrious enougfh even for an.. American .millionaire.., But ,Mrd. .Mackay would not hear of sucha thing. "We are told he-s is daily. piestered to ,dseat l .by. correspon?lnts with matri-. ,;monialivieows, and hasto give audience ' to ihusienes : I me...

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