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MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 5TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 July 1882

IAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNEsDAY, 5TII JUNE. Present: Geo. Davis, Esq. (presi dent), and Crs. Glassford, Williams, Iiorstman, and Eccles. CORRESPONDENOI. From Mrs. E. Campbell, Bundala guash, complaining of James Mahon ploughing up a road, thereby draining the water into her (Campbell's) solec tion.-Engineer to make the necessary. survey and report. From John Skehan, asking permis sion to erect fence three'feet on road in Desailly's Flat, to protect live fence. Allowed, subject to conditions. From A. J. Skene, Surveyor-General Melbourne, informing shire councils that shire engineers would he allowed to survey reservations, roads, &c., re quired by them, provided the engineers possess a certificate as land surveyor, and lodge the sune of L50 with the department, as required by contract surveyors, or if the shire councils would become responsible for the accuracy of the surveys.--Received, and to be con sidered at next meeting. Telegram from Cr. Landy, regretting being unable t...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 July 1882

MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. (By EL.ccr?uo Tur.oancArnr.), Wednesday Evening. Messrs. A. 3M'Loan and Co. report: Fat .Cattle.-1,800 head drawn for; prime cattloe firmat a slight advance, other sorts unaltered.. We sold 30 bullocks for Jas. Buckley, to L8 13a; V. Buckley's cows to L5 12s Gid; I. Keogh's to LI 15s 6d, and bullocks at LO 10s; Nicol' bullocks to L10 17s Gd, averaging L9 10s Od ; and Daniel's to LI0, averaging L9 : also calves at 45s. Messrs. Powers, Rutlherford and Co. report as follows-l,S15 head of cattle yarded; tile bulk 6f the supply, was very indifferent quality and on which lno iumprovement can be quoted, but good and prime sorts sold a trifle dearer. We sold for Messrs. Barker and Sons, Cape Sohlank bullocks, L11 2`i Ocd; 40 bullocks for Mr. W. E. Power, Power's court, to.LI1, averaging L10 12s 2d; 52 ditto for Mr. Jolhn Pruden, Sale, L7 15s Gd; also 14 cows, and drafts for Messrs. Shiels and others. Messrs... Ryan and Hammond report: --Fat Cattle.- 1,800 were penn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 July 1882

Auctions. FAT AND STORE A'TTLE. 31AFFItA, FRIDAY, JULY 7. A 3PLEAN and CO>.willSell at their •. yarnis 15 Prime Fat Cows and Bullocks. 20 Fat Cows, from South Gipphland. 12 Primo?Fat lIullocks .. GO Mixed Store Cattlo,.&a, . o. UTAVING Established a.Branch of our ii Business in Melbourne, we are now Prepared to hold WEEKLY SALES of Cattle, Sheep, etc. at the Flemington Yards, and -to undertake the sale of all kinds of Property, Farm Produce, etc., privately or by puclic auction. We are also in a position to negotiate Loans on freehold securities at the very lowest rates of interest, anmid to conduct nuction sales, valuations, etc., in any part of Victoria. - n . 148 Queen-st,, 3elbourne, OFFICES:- Johnson-street, Iaffm. A. M'LEANJ & CO. MAFFRA, FRIDAY,, JULY 7. T]NGLISH, PECK and CO. will Sell at their yards, Johnson-street, Maffra, at 12 o'clock sharp- . . - ,50 Store Bullocks, 3 mid 4 yrs. ' _30 Cows, laige-framed. AUSTRALASIAN PEiRMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY,.. T O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 July 1882

Coaches, 'C. OBB-'and CO.'s COACHES leave . CORITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.,m. daily (Sunday , excepted , arriving: at lairnsdalo at 7.30 p.m. Fare, 10a. All information, &o., at Cobb and Co.'s ' OWcd, Criterion Hotel, Sale. . ROBERTSON/WAGNER & CO. Sale to Mara and Newry ROYAL MAIL T FISHER'S comfortably covered J. COACH will RUN DAILY bdtwden the abovo' places, leaving Nowry daily at 9.46 a.m:, Maffira 11.15 :me., arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Salo at 2.30, arriving at 3faffra 4 p.m., and Newry 5.30 'p:im. Passengers and parcels booked at the following places : Sale, T. Duggan's Criterion Hotel; Mafra, Wm: Bannister's Camden:Hotel; and at Rawlin's Newry Hotel . All parcels left for conveyance must bo prepaid, 'otherwise they will not be for warded. J. FISHER, :Proprietor. HEYFIELD .TO MAFFRA-. TTHE Conveyance between the' above places, will be DISCONTINUED until further notice. Any parcels that can be forwarded on hor...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 July 1882

COMMEROIAL INT'ILLIGENCE. "- GIPPOLAND STOCK REPORTS. M es~rs A. M'Lean and Co., of Maffrm, report :-A moderate supply forward for the week. Prices of all sorts firm at fully lato quotations. Our sales wore Fat oows, inferior to good quality, L3 7s Gd, L310s, L3 12s 6d, 4I Os, L4 12s Od, IA 17s ,d, L5, 10 17s Gd; LT, and a few extra prime cows from Mowburn Park from L8 to L1 10s; light fat steers, in, forior to medium quality, L5 Os, L6 Os, and L7 ; store bullocks, L3 14s, L4, and, 4A as ; half fat, do, L5 and L515s; cows, L1 18s, L2 Is Gd, and L213s'; threo-year old steers, L210s, to L3 Os ; yearlings L1 4s, L1 10s, L112s; vealors, L1 s, L1 12s, calves, 10s; store owes, 4as Od Mesarrs. English, Pock, and, Co, report: -Fat Cattlo.-Brisk enquiry for local coinsumption, and any forward command brisk competition. At Maffra, medium and good bullocks LO iOs to L9 as. At Sale we sold several pens medium speyed hlfoers 143 2s Gd, L3 12s Gd, L4 2s 0d, L5 12s 0d i medium bhllocks L5 10a to L...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 6 July 1882

THE THURSDAY MORNING, JULY Q, 1882, Again, through somno oversight or care. lesnoss, no copy of the daily Age arrived at Maffra on Tuesday afternoon. Through the courtesy of Win. Morry, Esq., we have been favored with the rainfall for M.iffra during the month of Juno, viz, 1 inch 27 points. An accident that might have been attoended by moro serious reqults, occurred the other evening near Mr. Donald Camemon's residonco, on the MaIfra to Nowry road. When near the aenll culvert a youth, driving Mrs. Gorrand's waggonette, accidentally ran Into a buggy driven by imrs. Donald Manson. The aIndy was thrown out, but fortunately, beyond a alight shaking, received no further injury. The buggy was con. aidorably damaged, and Mrs. Manson had to be driven home by Mr. 1Ewan Cgiiiarni,, Mr. J. W. n?acCubbin notifies thlt will conmitonco his singing and " therE music" class to morrow night, in t State School, when he will be glad to a a largo attendance, not nocessarily , joining the classes, but t...

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POETRY. ENTERTAINING HER BIG SISTER'S BEAU. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 July 1882

ENTERTAINING HERi IG SISTER'S says you ire toi wit if yot;pleaso ,.' And says I might stay:till abe camo, if I'l pnriisomei en:tet tesi'b: - forisopeak till:yoi ospoketo ino ifirit. ' Blt n:"thlit' ;iobnsesore. for olior. wiould, I What =1o in told mni to. sny, if I didn't? - i'ty roumally iud truly tliink sOil "Aond theiryou'd .fel stiango'hero alone I Andyeo ivouhldn't know just wheroeto site ! For'tht chair isn't strong on its logs, and w. iiever uso'it aRblit . We keep it to match with'the t sefi." But Jack sIsyft 'ieiill be ji~ist like you To flp 'iktirscilf right dowdv,e irpi itaind knock out the very last screwn "'Spoosn you try? I won't tell. Yoti're 'afraid to ! Oh, you're afraid they would think it was mean ! Well, then, there's the album-that's pretty, if your fingers are clean, , For sister says sometimes I daib it; but she only says that when'sho'scross Theor's hor picture. lou know it? It's like her; but she ain't as good looking, of course 1 SThis ri me. It's the best...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 July 1882

THE THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1882. In the " ippsland Mercury" of Thursday last there appeared' some re fctions upon: the victory of the winning dog in a recent coursing match, as well as. some remarks in reference to Mr. Geo. Rust, the judge of the meeting, which cannot be allowed to pass without comment. Mr. Rust has, during his 'association in Gippsland with sporting matters, earned for him self a most honorable repute, and whether in the coursing field or on the racecourse, in both of which that gentlemen is usually represented, no reproach or. stigma has ever attached itself to his name. The position of judge, into which Mr.. Rust was almost forced at the coursing meeting, is one that can scarcely be fulfilled without exciting some dissatisfaction in the minds of those interested. Still, in the face of all these diffioulties, no ex pression otherwise than of commends tion was given vent to in reference to the judge's decisions and the surprise of all may be imagined when in th...

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(EVENING MAIL.) LONDON, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 July 1882

(BVENING MAIL.) LonDoN, July 11. In accordance with the ultimatum of Sir Frederick Seymour, the admiral in command of the British fleet, the bom bardment of Alexandriawas commenced this morning. The Alexandria (9,490 tons, 12 guns, the flagship), thile Sultan (9,290 tons, 19 gmls), and.tho Supcrb (9,100 tons 10 guns), first took up their position opposito tIle forts, and at 7 o'clock opened fire. The remainder of the floot joined in the bombardmont a quarter of an hour later. Tile Egyptian batteries answorod the fire, but without doing any damage, as the artillery was not of suflicientpower, mid the shot fell short of the vessels. A destructive fire was maintained by the ships, and after 20 minutes two of the forts ceased firing. Fort Pharos, which is situated at the entrance to thoe now port, has been very much damaged, whilst the vessel engaged with it is un injured. After the bombardment had lasted for two hours, Fort Maisa-Kanat was blown up. The enemy's fire is visibly slacken ...

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BOMBARDMENT OF ALEXANDRIA BEGUN. (ARGUS.) LONDON, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 July 1882

BOMBARDMENT OF ALEX ANDRIA BEGUN. (Anaus.) LoNDON, July 10. *Latest telegrams state that the bom bardment of Alexandria has com menced. ' The inhabitants are fleeing in all ditections.. The other foreign vessels withdrew. LATn. Vigorous and continued bombard ments of the forts at Alexandria are being carried on, especially on the new defensive works constructed by Arabi Pasha. The Egyptians replied to the British fire, but without effect. Two forts are destroyed by the British fire, and the third is silenced, and the fire of the Egyptians is slackening.

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 July 1882

MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Messrs. Greig and Murray held their usual woeekly sale of grain on Tuesday, 11th 'inst., and disposed as follows:- Wheat, milling, 6s 4d to. 6s d per bushel; mixed samples, 5s 10d to ls 10d. Barley, Cape, 5s lid per bushel; mixed do, ie lid. Gippsland maize, 6e to 6s 3d per bushel. Peas, Gs ld to-.5s 6d per bushel; bran, ls 8.d to is 9d; pollard, is 81d to is 8,d; chaff, 55s per ton.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (ARGUS.) LONDON, July, 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 July 1882

EUROPEAN TELEORAMS. (Anous.) LoNDon, July, 10. Finding that the Egyptian military authorities are disregarding his demand that they should discontinue the erec tion of fortifications at Alexandria, Admiral Seymour has forwarded an ultimatum, in which he demands the surrender of the forts, in order that he may disarm them. If this demand is not complied with, the city will be bombarded on Tuesday. The electric lights on board the allied fleets show that the Egyptians are en gaged in digging trenches and mount, ing guns at the fortifications round Alexandria. It is reported that the French fleet has received orders to proceed to Port Saiid, at the entrance of the Suez Canal. All the foreign consuls in Alexandria havo' left the city and embarked on board the s'iips in the harbor. The Khedive has declined the offer made to him that he should take refuge on board .one the foreign men-of war. ,: Owing td'the critical state of affairs in Egypt the Orient steamers will go by way of the Cape...

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(AGE.) LONDON, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 July 1882

LONDON. July 10. Disputes have arisen respecting the exact boundaries of Northern Afghan istan, which were defined by Earl Gran ville in October 1872; . It has beoo agreed to refer their demarcation to the jofnt decision of England and Russia. Anti-Irish riots of a serious character have broken out in various parts of the country. At Tredgar, in Monmouth shire, the military have had to be called out, and they are now engaged in quelling the disturbances.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 July 1882

AAuctions. FAT AND STORE CATTLE, FRUIT TREES, &G. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, JULY 14. A Mi'LEAN and CO. willSoll at their .tL yards '20Prime Fat Bullocks and Caws: 30Sdo. do.'Speye? Heifers 100 Splendid Cows 50 3-year-old Steors. 80 Superior Cows and Bullocks, from the Mitcheoll. 70 Sploendid Steers and Bullocklis. 40 Steers. 10 Primo' Fat Hoifers :from Upper Maifra.. Also, A Splendid Selection of Fruit Trees. HtAVING Established a Branmh of our Business in Melbourne, we are now prepared to hold WEEKLLY SALES of Cattle, Sheep, etc. at the Flemington Yards, and to undertake the sale of all kinds of Proporty, Farm Produce, eta, privately or by puclic auion.. Ve are also in-a position to negotiate Loads on freehold securities at the;very lowest'ratoe 'of interest, and to 'conduct auction.sales, valuations, et., in any part'of Victoria. iO . "' (48 Queen-st., sMelbourne. O C iJohnson-street, Maffro. S . . M'LEAN & CO. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, JULY 14. ENGLISH, PECK and CO.iwill Sell at thei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 July 1882

uoacnes, asc. COBB and CO.'s COACHES leavd CRITERION HOTEL. . SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1;45 p.m; doly, (Sunday Fxopeod) - ivie at .'ll information;'&,'at Cobb and Co.'a 60'c, Crýtcrion Hotel, Sald. :o'" '' ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. 'ale to Maffra and Newry ROYAL MAIL.: T FISHER'S comnfolrbly covered }.. COACH will RUN DAILY between the abovo places, leaving Norvy daily at 9.45Sim.,Maffra 11.15 nat., arriving at Slo at 12.45 p. n, and return tIhesamn dla, leaving Salo it 2.'30, arriving at Jtfia'4 p.nm., and Nowry 5.30 p.m;. SPassengers: and parcels booked at the following places :- . • - ý, .- : - : '- I: e,?S lT. Duggan's Criterion Hotel; Ilffra, VWm. Bannister's.Camden Hotel; adl at lawlin's Nowry HoteL : . . :AllL parcels left for conveyance must be prepaid, otherwise they will 'not be for S ': FISHER, *. . 'Propritor. HEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. HE Conveyance between tiho: abov T places will-..be DISCONTINUED until further notice;. Any parecla tthat can be forwarded on horsback...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 July 1882

COMMEROIAL INTI'fLLIGENCE. --0o OIPPSLAND STOK REOBPORTS Mossrs. English, Peck, and Co. report: -Fat Cattle. -Good prices ruling for best description; slight improvement on last week's rates for all sorts. Good bullocks, L7 to L810s; inferior, 16 to L7 ; good cows, L5 to L 12s Od; extra prime, to L10 5s; inferor L41Osto L5 5s; vealers, L15s to L2 18s. Store Cattle.-We have to report prices goodat late high rates, and demand increasing; the biddings lively throughout the week'ssales a firmer tone than the week before was noticeable; all lots forward sold at quotations. At Tra ralgon, on Monday, we held our usual sale, the yards very fulL Mr Wellwood's bullocks, L4 7s d ; M'Namara's, L4 os ; other odd lots, L3 18s to L4 15s; steers 1 to 3 yre, L2 to L3 18s ; heifers same age L1 Os to L3 5s; milch cows 4A 10s to L5 sa.? At Mafra, on Friday, not many for ward, mostly inferior lots Bullocks sold from L3 12s to L4IA16; cows, L1 18s to L2 16s; steers, 1 to 3 yrs L2 toIA U2s; heifers L ?Ss ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 July 1882

* Trade' Addresses.: SI AUtRICE COLEMAN. I GIP PSLAND BRfEWERY S0AURICE COLEMAN; while retuirn. , ing thlnuke.for the' liberal 'patron: ago hithMrto accorded him, begs.ton:intits mate .to the public inigenteral that hehae availed hinisef iof all the recent iinliprove inmnts in browini, andhaving o'btained the services of a skilled home brewer, aiid by using only the. best materials the market can afford, he in a positioi to supply an article unsurpasoedin tlo.district. - Sale, 30th Sairch, 1881. MAFFR;A SPECT AT0R" NE W SPA P El JOB P'RINTI?NG; The Proproietor of the 'Maftra Spectator' liogs to notify to the anhbilants of the district that hlis. repared to receive---= . PRINTING INjALL TS BRANCHES The Jobbinig Plant is replete .iitlih all the Latest Improvements. POSTING BILLS,- OF -ALL SIZES, On colored, or itpaer, can be lid "'''; ' bn' th:'shditest notice. ' BUSrIExS FoIe, ''". CONCERT TIcw, OnCoC a ,s, . A'D' M BILnS, ,:;,, . PRosPErux soE, * Snow CasRDS, RoCEmEIo0sx ,, Bo iI RL...

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COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 July 1882

COMMENTS ON EVENTS --- "The birds whose music fills the air, Do chirp and chatter hooeedlessly." .-ANoN.. We have had a vastly pretty quarrel before the County Court,.one'the Rev. Dowie;, and the other.: a. spiritualist. lecturer; .named Walker, the action, being to recover L250 by way of' damages for an alleged slander or libel contained in the, "Telegraph" and "Age." The evidence showed the plaintiff had been in. Sydney and Ade laide, and it was attempted to be shown, that he had collected money to found a. church, hut that the ohurch had not been built. One thing was pretty' clear-from the selected portions of a. pamphlet published by him-that he. was an adopt at pelting his-opponent. with hard scriptural quotations of an. uncomplimentary nature en gr., term ing Mr.. Walker "a most audacious. infidel mercenary," that" his (Walker's). master was the devil," and that.the. defendant in the box was constrained to admit that he had birned himself with phosphorus while engaged at some ...

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FARM AND GARDEN FOR THE MONTH OF JULY. KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 July 1882

FAlRM AND tGARDENL FOIR.TIlE MONTH OF JULY. KITGIIEN, GARDEN ?;:21 If'thl instructions for the last monthl worp followed out; all lieavy: draining and trenchiiig ouilit now to boecoin ploted and tho chiefco hjegctshouldho the preparation :of the grounds, and eropingp - themn as 'early nas possible, for the' iresult of th' suinmcr products udipend principally upon the progress now made. :; Should .,we get a dry simner,: early sowing will be espbcially advantageous,; as crops such as carrots, paisips, beet, annsturnips, will he less liabl t to r~ to eed.: Soils that hasve been dugo.vr,for some time. should again be refreshed with:, the .fork pro vious to soewing seeds. -Avoid sowing seeds if tlhe soil iso wet. If onions .are inclined'to spidle, pinch off theo heds of blooin in its youngest stage; a bulb will thinsbe formed at the base. Sow largely of broad beans, Brusscl's sprout's iborecolo, broccoli, cabbage caulifloiver, savoy, carrot (intermediate and late), onion spinach parsnip,...

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THE DECEASED WIFE'S SISTER [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 July 1882

THE DECEASED WIFE'S SISTER (FRno:, Til erE roir TIMEs.) .:-There are many thousiads of E?l Tlishmey ,ewlhose chinef object in life isnto niarry.?their ? .eceased wife's sisters. They have formed:: a society for .the cultivation of this peculiar sport, and annually.attnnphttb induce Parliament .to ,ibolishd theo law ,which inow, inter. feres with thinsingular passnion They. denoiice -this '.l4aw as a relic of the Itomin Catholic donminion, iand insist thit-at deceased' wife's sistor is not malu, in a,, s d, " that iti?? is a?iso'aco to sn enlightened age tlat she should ,be wmalis l rolhi.itu." So far Parlia. ment has refused to listen to them. Thin,. lisn rityof Ei.iEnslimhei do not wish to nuarry.a deceased wife's sister, and. naturhllvythiik it absurd;tliat any: oone elso.ehould wish to:; and, inasmuech as Mr. Gladstone lasa never writton a ,pamphlet ,denounicing .thei deceased :wife's .sister as othe giant !evil of, the age; there is no;reason,,to surppose that he awill suhddenly...

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