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MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 July 1882

MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. (BY ELE?TRIO TELH(eRAPH.) Wednesday Evening. Messrs. A. M'Loan and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-1,700 head drawn for; a further rise of 10s to 15s took place. We sold M'Coll's bullocks to £10 12s 6d, and cows to £? 5s; Boland's bullocks to £10 2s Gd, and cows to £8 ; Daniel's bullocks at £8 5s, and cows at £4 15s; M'Farlane's cows at £6 17s 6d; and Collins' at market .rates. Also a number of calves from 30s to £3 1s. Messrs. Powers, Rutherford and Co. report as follows-1,500 head of cattle in, nearly all indifferent quality. A splendid market for anything good, and prices up 10s to 15s. 200 bullocks missed the train at Wodonga, for sale to,morrow. We sold 20 for Denis O'Brien, bullocks, averaging £10 18s 4d; 37 for W. E. Power, Herefobds, at £10100s 2d, and 3 cows at £7 15s; 22 bullocks for Jas. Rico, at £9 11s 3d; 11 for John Pruden, averaging £9 is 7d. Quotations: Best bullocks, £14 to £16 2s Gd; good, £10 to £12 ; second quality, £8 to £9 10s; inferior, £5 to...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MAFFRA POLICE COURT MONDAY, 10TH JULY. (Before Messrs. J. Williams, J. H. Eccles, and J. Carpenter, J's.P.) ABUSIVE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 July 1882

MAFFRA POLICE 0OURT MONDAY, 10Tu JULY.. (Before Messrs. J. Williams, J. H. Eccles, and J. Carpenter, J's.P.) ABUSIVE LANOUAGE. J. J. English v. Ignatius Keogh. Mr. Patten :appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Bushe for the defendant. Mr. Patten stated this was an action under the 20th section of the Police Oftinces Statute. for using abusive language in a public place, viz, in M'Lean and Co.'s auction sale yards, which was a public place under the Act. The case was that his client had business with the defendant, whom he saw in M'Lean's yards, when the defendant called his client a rogue, liar, and other offensive appelations, and threatened to horse. whip him out of the yards. Mr. English had given the defendant an opportunity to apologies, but this had not been done. J. J. English, on being sworn, said: I am a stock and station agent, re siding at Sale.. Our firm hold auction sales at Maffi; I know the defendant, and saw him at Maffra on the 23rd Juno at about half-past 11 am. Our ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 July 1882

3MAIL NOTIOES. Mails close at the Maffra Poet-office for the following places as under: ForSale Rosedale, Traralgon,Moe Water. loo, Melbourne, and other places along the Gippsland railway line, daily at 11 anm going through the same day. aFor.Toongabbie, Glonmag o, Heyesld, Cowaovr, aton, Walhall, Cooper's Creok, and Happy-go-Lucky (via 'n. ralgon), Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur. days, at 11 am., leaving Traralgon next.day for the above places. For Stratford, Yeorung, Delvine, Coon. gulmorang (Lindenow Flat), Bairndale, and Briagolong daily at 11 am. For Grant, Dargo, Bulgoback, Mondays and Fridays at 11 am. For Port Albert, Tarraville, Woodside Stradbroke, and Longford, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 am. For Upper Maffra daily at 4 p.m. For Hoyfield and Tinamba, on Tues. days, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 4p.m. Tle Post-office is open for general business from 9 am.. and closes at 8 pm. daily, and is closed between the hours of 1 and 2 p.m., and from 6 pm. to 7 p.n: ; al...

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TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 13 July 1882

TOONGABBIE. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) The wife of Mr. Russel, our local blacksmith, died recently at the early ago of 41 years, leaving a family of six children to mourn their bereavement. The funeral took place on Friday last, and was attended by a large cavalcade of persons who followed to the grave prepared in our local cemetery, where the burial service was read by the Rev. Mr. Wilson, the Presbyterian Minister. At last our cemetery is to he fenced. The Government have placed L35 on? the estimate for the purpose, and tenders have been called for the perfor mance of the work. Tenders have also been invited for. the execution. of .cor tain alterations, additions, and im provements to the stock and sale yards of Mr. Clark, Club' Hotel. " " The Rev. Mr. 'Tlhomas performed service on Sunday last, the room being well filled, and he preached an excellent sermon. Sleepers are being prepared for Messrs. Moline and'King in all direc tions, so that timber begins to be a very valuable commodi...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

A. Poor Artist in Chalk.-Our milkman! I " Local Option."-Living wherover you pluase. The "Hiro Education of Womon." Training themn for domestic service. I can see you're trying to" stuffmne," as the goose said to the professed cook,

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SERMON PREACHED IN ST. JOHN'S, MAFFRA, 16th JULY, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

SERMON PREAOHED IN ST. JOHN'S, MIAFFRA, 16th JULY, 1882. "And the Lord shall utterly destroy the tongue of the Egyptian son, and with his mighty wind shall Ho. shako His hand over the river, and smile it in the seven streams -and make. meon go over. dryslhod. And there shall be a higlhway for. the rosmnant of:fhis people." (Isaialh, XI chap., 15th and lth sver.)' If it be true, as our Saviour says that " Not a sparrow falletlh the ground without your Father,.' then we; are sure that every event, is ordered, by Infinite Wisdom, and: will tend ultimately to the glory, of God and. tlhe triumph of tshe kingdom of. Christ, Therefore it is. the .duty "of Christians to mark the, signs of the times, and note the near approach oEf the Lord in His second Advent.. "Beold,'," said He, "the.fig-trees,. andall the trees, when' tlhey shoot forthe ye know, that summer is nigh at hand;- so,. likewise, when ye see these things come to pass, know that it is near, oven at the doors." During the past we...

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MAFFRA SHIRE WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

MAPFFRA SHIRE WORKS: During. the 'imonths of Aisgust, September, and' Octobelior, the MIafira Shiro Couicil willisivite tondors for a numblior of'worlks of construction, mlain tonanco, ec.! The followiing: tendiers are invited for the'August meeting: 1. Bridge and approaclhes at Brewery Creek, on the Glonmaggio and Seaton road.'. 2. Fencing off recently acquired roada in B3oisdalo, in thelio Matra paddock. 3. Gravelling ands. formation,, dk., near Mr. Roonoy's,;in Mafira. 4. Formation and repairs, on roads in Tinimba, near Low's and Riggins'. 5. Supplying and stacking 1,000 cubio yards of gravelliing on tihe Bria golong and Stratford read. 6. Maintenance of sanie road:for six nionths. 7. Supplying and stacking 150 cublic yards of gravel' at bridges bectween Hoyfield and Red Gum Flat. 8. Maintainirig approaiches to samo for three months.' 9. Clearing Matlinra aind Heyfield road,,at Maclachlan'sa Hill)' The following,isa a list of works for whichi tonders will be invited during the mo...

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THE HONEY CROP OF AMERICA FOR 1881. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

THE HONEY CROP OF AMERICA FOR 1881. The severe and protracted winter of 1880-81-the severest known for many years in America--proved a, =iost disastrous one for bee-keepers by cnts ngi: the loss of 'many thousands of colonies of bees. It has been esti mated that in Norther Stites over 50 per cent. of ithe bee that 'went into winter quariters in .the fall of 1880 penshed 'befor spring; while those that survived the: winter cames out in suth a weekly condition that they re-. qeiied Ia lre amount of care and nursiing to get theinm into form for gathering honey. ,But, notwithstand ing thease discouraging 'drawbacks which ouly appeir to have stimulated the bee-keepers to greater exertion to make good tlieir losses-the honey crop and increase for 1881 is' truly astonish ing Th-e ricAmerican Bee Journal" for October, 1881, contains statistics of the honey crop,"&'c.; for 32 States, showing the number of colonies in spring to have been.137,630, in fall 83,510, increase! 71 per cent....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

CHUECH NOTICE. cnoncU OF ENGLAND.-ParFochiIl Die. rit of Mfaflra-Divino Sorvico at St. alo's ClIUX1l. Manon, rt 11 nan. and Pn'.; Coyliold nt 3 p.m. p m .;q T Y holIA t O IA n u c ir-D iv ino SO rvic O rillbo;conducted at slon n gia 11 it. m.O ~oniOy, 3 P"oo. ; I~falmr 7 p.01.

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(AGE.) LONDON, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

(toe.) LosnoN, July 18. Ani atteinpt.is being made to rouse the religious fanaticism of the native population. A crusade has been pro claimed, and an appeal is. being made to all capable of bearing arms to flock to the standsrd of Arabi Pasha. It is reported that thoanative popu lation of Tanta, an important town. in Lower Egypt, savageoly "attacked the European residents. Frightful scenes of barbarity were enacted, and eighty of the Europeans are reported to have been slaughtered. The foreign residelnts at Cairo are evincing great alarm at the serious. turn which alfairs have taken, andI apparenitly fear that the committal of serious outrages on. the part of the followers of Arabi Pasha .is hlourly imminent. Numbers have siought safety in flight.. All German and; Italian rasidents havn quitted tihe city. M. Do Freycint; the Minister for Foreign affairs, has annoniuced that a body of Frnclh troops are ready to be despatcheid at any moment either to Cairo or. Alexandria, tosassist in...

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(EVENING MAIL.) LONDON, July, 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

v(EVaNIco 3MAIL.) LoNnon, July,. 17. Sir F. Beauchamp Soymour has issued a manifesto to-day that he has been charged with the restoration of order,.and that in so doing he is acting with the full assont of the Kllodivo Prince Twefik. This manifesto, coupled with tlheo des patch of ordors for the equipment of an Indian force lends to the conclusion that tlhere is little prospect. of the Turkish Government: consenting to despatch troops to. Egypt, and that the occupation of tho country by British troops will be immediately undertaken.. Major-Gcneral Sir Archibald Alison, K.C3.B., deputy. quartermaster-general, who has been appointed to command the force charged with the protection of the Suez Canal, arrived hero to-dlay. SOrders have been received by the Government from the home authorities to-day that the equipment of the Euro pean and native troops, which have been held in readiness for some time past, is to be immediately completed, and the doespatch of the troops to Egyptian water...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

Never say " Dyo l"--Oertalnly not I Every one with any gwuption alludes to it n haIjrwaslh. Yalh -!-Firat Passenger: I travel tlhird-olana on principle. Seconld affable ditto: Do you, now I Well, I do it from want of principal. Mutton, oven at In. 4d. per lb., is sheep, whvlilst venison in door at any price. Enouglh to butchier in a tempor, this I

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Messrs. Greig and Murray sold at their rooms on Tuesday, 18th inst., as follows: Wheat, mixed samples, 5s 8Jd to 6s per bushel. Barley, English, 5s 2d per bushel; feed, 7s to 5is 0}d do. Malize, Gipplsand, 5s lid per bushel; bran, is 8 d; pollard, is 8#d tolas8ýd. Gippsland Hfops at is 8d per lb.

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FARM AND GARDEN FOR THE MONTH OF JULY. KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

FAl'5) AND GARDEN FOR TUE NONTIE OF JULY, Ksrcneu GAunIN. If the instructions for the Inast month were followed out, all heavy draining and trenching ought now to be 'con pleted, and the chief object should be the preparation of the 'grounds,; and cropping them as early as posible, for the result of the summer products depend principally upon the progress now made. Should we got a dry tininer, early sowing will be especially advantageous, as crops such as ,carrote, paresnips, beet, and tirnips, will lie less liable to run to seed. Soils that have been 'dug over for soine time' should again be refreshed withl the fork pro vious tosowiig 'eedis Avoid sowing seeds if the soil is wet. If onions are inclined to spindle, pinch oil the lheads of bloom in its youngest stage; a bulb wvill then be fonied at thie - ase. Sow largely of broadl beoaps, Britssels sprout's borecole, broccoli, cabbage cauliflower, savoy, arirot (inter uiine tes nd Ilato), onion spinach parsnip, and peas (dwarf and t...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (ARGUS.) LONDON, July, 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

EUROPEAN .TELEGRAMS. (Anous.)' LONDoN, July, 17. Aarabi Pashi is encamped at IKafra dowar, 17 miles fre Alexandria, He has .summoned troops from Cairo to join him. . Sonime British and German patrols in Alexandria,' through a misunder standing, fired uponono another. Transports have been engaged in London and Bombay for: the purpose of carryiig troops to Egypt. The powers propose that the sug gested Turkish occupation of Egypt shall be limited to six months, unless the Khedive demands an extension of the time. The powers are to provide the funds for paying the oxpenscs of oceupation, and are to be repaid after wards by Egypt. According to the latest reports Cairo is quiet. ANEXANDRIA, July 10. Most of the nations are ncting with the Brutish in Egypt. The English hold the gates of the port, The Gerinane; Americans, and Russians cre acting as police at Alexandrica The French aund Italians refuse to disembark. : , There aro rumors of disorders liaviig broken out in Cairo namongst thi s...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

h14LIL NOTICES. MIats closo at the MaIffra Post-ofiro for tho following places as under: ForSalo Rosedale,Traralgon,Moo,YWater. loo, 1elbourno, rand other places along the Gippaland railway lino, daily at 11 Lm going throoglh tlo natoo day. For Toongablbio, Glunmlaggio IIoyfiel, Cowwar, Seaton, Walhadlla, Coolpers Creok, and $appy..gaLuckly (vin Trs ralngon), Tuesdays, Tlhursdays, and Satur days, at 11 iLam., leaving TraratS next (day for tho above placeC. For Stratford, Yeorung, Delvino, Coon, gulmerang (Lindolenow Flat), Bairedale ard Itriagolong daily at 11 aLm. For. Grant, Dargo, Bulgoback, HIondadS and Fridays at 11 a. n. For Port Albert, Tarravillo, VWoodsidr Stradlroko, and Longford, Tucsdays Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 an. Fog llppex blatia daily at 4 p.m. For Hoyfi old and Tinamba, on Tues, days, Thursdays and Saturdays, It oPoset-offies is open for genid Iusiness froi 0 a.mi., anl closes at 8 pI daily, and is closed betweeoun thle hours of 1 and 2 plh., and from 6 pam....

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

MISCELLANEOUS.. -o It is not generally known that the cause of Dean Stanley's bad pens writing was pen parilysis. Spurious half-crowns are in aircula tion in Geolong.' The coinse are said td be clover imnitations; The Prinice of Wales has appointed the Rev. Thos. Cochrane a Grand Chap lain of the Grand Lodge, of Free nieaons. Thle bMartini-iHoary carbines recently ordered by the Governmnent from England; have been received' tt the Victoria Barracks depat. SThe ..revenue of the Dominion.of Canadal is; increasing rapidly., The Customs revenue, for last ; year was L3,700,000, . and the total Federal sovenre is set down at 16,342,000. The "Ballarat Star" says of Sir Bryain O'Loghles that he is a political Tirveydrop, then a Julia, who vowving she would ne'er consent consented aid. yot'again a Captaini Corcoran,' steadily keeping his eye on number one. A florlorn-looking' mai said, I've tried, everything that I could turi imjy hand to, butcould'nt mike it answer; now I've docided to go u...

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POETRY. A WORN OUT FOUNT OF TYPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

POETRY. : - · A WOIRN OUT FOUNT OFTYPE. I'm sitting bIy niydesk, George; 'Before nt on the Hoor; , There lies'a worn out fount of, type, Full twenty thousand score; And many months have passed, Georgeo, Since they woreo bright and now, iAnd nmhny are h t the tao'they've told SThe false; tho strnmgo, thq true. What tales of horror they have told, Of tempest and of wreck I Of murder in theomidnight hour, 'Ofivar full many4 ' speck 4" Of uhipsu that, loot away ot sea, Wontdown before the blat, Of atifledeories of agony * Aslifo's last moments passed, Of erthquaked and suicides, Of baonk defaulters; broken banks, Of banking systems rotten, Aqnd iank promoters! roguish pranks, Of boilers buroting, steamboats snagg'd, SOf riots, duels fought; Of robbers with their prey escaped, Of thlieveso, their booty caught. Of flood, and fire, and accident, Those worn out types have told; And how the pestilence has swept The youthful and the old; Of marriages, of births, and deaths, Of things to pleas...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1882 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

THE THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1882 \e would call special attention to the largo sale of fruit trees to.bo hold at Miesers Englishl, Pook and Co.'s yards on Fdday next, 2alt inst. They will com. prise all the best varieties of apples, pears, plums, cherries, gooseborries, currants,, raspberries, &e., from the nurseries of one of the largest growers in the colony, and as the season is advancing this opportunity should not be lost sightof. The friends of Mr. Thomas Osborno will regret to hear that he is now lyinig dangerously ill at fis residence, Tinamba. Master Alfred Ashton, of this town, is also in a very dangerous state, having had to undergo an operation by Dr. Eccles on Tuesday. Tihe Rev. J. Hollis preached in St. Julohn's, 3latra, on Sunday morning, on the subject of thle recent warlike event in Egypl, and the probable results. We give an outline of his discourse in another column. The North Gippaland Coursing Club bte decided to have the Puppy Stakes oursed for on Wed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

Trade Addresses,'. . MAURICE O0LEMAN'S ' GIPISLAND BREWERY (IATS 3Ins. M'Ivma's); AURtICE CO)LEMAN, while return. hing thanks for the liboral patron. ago. hitherto accorded 1hi, bogs to inti mate to theo public in general that he has availed himself of all the recent improvo monts in browing, andlhaving obtained the serviccas of a skillod homo' brewer, and by using only thd best imotorials the moarkot can offlie o'in a position to supply all article unsurpassed inthe district. Sale, 30th March, 1881.::: THE 'MAFFRA SPECTATOR" N HW.. P AP, it /ND QLNRI 1 O F;:F I:.C E. -: JOB RINTIN 1 1, Maia, North Gippsland.' The Proprietor ofthe " Malffra Spectantor" begs to notify to the nitniibtantit of the district thiiat.lie i prepared to recoivrs. orders for PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. The Jobbing Plant is replete with all the Latest Improvements. POSTING BiLLS, Or AIL SIZES, On. colored or white paqor, can be had on the shortest notice. BUSIoESS; r O s CONCERT TIoErs, CGARDS,' PooncnrRAcES...

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