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MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS: (BY ELeca no T GRoac. APHs.) Wednesday Evening. Messrs. A. M'Loan and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-1,400 head drawn for; a further rise of, £1 took plaoe. =We sold M'Colo and Broarton's bullocks to £11 10s, averaging £11; 3 for D. M'Cole at £9 178 Gd, and cows at £7 12a Gd; John Boland's bullocks at £10 5o, and cows at £7 10s Gd; Jas. Boland's bullocks to L9 17s Gd, and cows at £6 78 Gd; Goldsmit's bul. locks at L8 15s, and cows at £6 5s; Mitchell's bullocks at market rates; also calves at £3 3s. Messrs. Dal. Campbell and Co. re port:-Fat Cattlo-About 1,320 head cattle penned; good attendance of buyers. The market opened briskly at an advance of 20s to 25s, and in some cases for prime qualities even more. We quote boat bullocks, heavy weights, from £15 15s to £18 5o; second, £13 10s to £14 15s; best cows £10. Weo sold 54 bullocks from Kilmany Park, averaging £14 10s; 21 bullocks ,for Mr. Bowman, the Ridge, averaging £10 7s; 30 bullocks for Mr. James Hoddinott, 2...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.] A RAILWAY SUGGESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MAFFRA SPECTATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

CORRESPONDENCE. [Wo do not hold oursolvos responsiblo for theo opinions of our Correspondent.] " A RAILWAY SUGGESTION. TO. TIIE DITOR OF THE MAFFRA ROPETATOIL ScR,-Talking of things in general, I hear it is the opinion of nearly every body that the main line to Bairnsdalo ought to go by Briagolong. Since tho trattic of Briagolong is to go to Mata, a branch line from Maflia to Stratford will servo all legitimato purposes. This line would cost but a trifle, and could, by-and-bye, ho extended to the lakes. The main lineo via . Briagolong would save the cost and loosses of a line of 18 miles of rail through a sanldy desert from Stratford to Bairnodalo, whilo the line from, Bringolong to Lindognow Flat. wouldI open up. a very good country and attract a lot of small soleotors. A more branchll to servo Boiodalo Plain, Bushy Park, Valplcia Orook, B3riagolong, Upper Freestone Creeook, would keep u lllhut out from Bairndalo, while the lonnmin line by Briagolong would givo us necoss to threo p...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

COMMENTS ON EVENTS. " Thie ird 1whosa uslic fills the air, Do chirp and chatter lodlesmly." -ANON. We hear now-a-daiys' of so many modeli of': swindling' that it, is scarcely 'calculated to creatý surprise, no matter liow strange tho!,node. of proceeding may be. Ith i not every diy,,;however;, that one hears of two m passing theimselves oil as ldoctors and actuiilly commencing and carrying on practice as doctors; as lhas just tran spired in the., case of Rydor, and Langly .wioaro now quartered at Her Majesty's expense. T'hese. datws iis borrowed plunmes must lihaved had a con silderablo cheek, for it appears that niether of them. had the faintest con ception of medicine, but going. on the honmmpathice tack, that what won't kill may cure, they thought a good show of raising the muclh desired coin pro sented itself. It is a moro grave ofuence in Queens land to vend liquor adulterated with deleterious substances than it is on this side of the border. A publican in Victoria gets oil' wi...

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

Aukctioiisi FAT AND STORE CATTLI. MAPFFRA, FRIDAY, JULY 21. SM'LEAN and CO. will Soll at i eir yards 20 Prime Fat Cows and Bullockq 15 do do Bullocks 25 do do Cows 7O First-class Storo Bullqelea gaod ages and colours 30 Qood Steers and IHeifers, Ra., &o. 70 Good Marino Ewes, in lqmb tq irqt-cltso Lincoln rans Also, For C. Woodlhouse, Eaq., of Mnargrp- 200 First-class Store Bullooke gggt ages and well bred. 60 Good Cows. TAVING Established a Bannch of our Li Business in Melbourne, we are now propared to hold WEEKLY SALES of rattlo, Sheep, etc. at the Flonmington Yards, and to undertake the sale of all kinds of Property, Fanri Produce, eta, privately or by puclic auction. We are plso in a position to negotiate Loans on freehold securities at the very lowest rates of interest, and to conduct auction sales, valuations, etc., in any part of Victoria. Orcens: = 48 Queen-st., Melbhourna O olrS son-street, bnffrn. A. I'LEAIN & CO. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, JULY 21. T NGLISH, PECK and ...

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

Coaches, &c. C 01B and CO.'s C6ACHES leaveo .CIITERION HOTEL. SALE to IIAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted), arriving at pairnsdalo at 7.30 p.mII. Fare, 10s. All information, Be., at Cobb and Co.'s Office, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, ,WAGNER &C.0 Sale to Maffra and Newry ROYAL MAIL.. SFTSISHER'S comfortably covered J. COACH will RUN DAILY between the above places, leaving Noewry daily at ,45 I., blIatfram 11.111 a.m., arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Sale at 2.30, arriving at J3dra 4 p.m., and Noewry 1.30 p.m. Passengaera and parcels booked at the following places : Saelo, T. Dlggan's Criterion Hotel; laffra, WYm. Banistoer's .Camden Hotel; mad at Rawlin's Newry Hotel. All parcels left for conveyance must be prepaid, otherwise they will not be fort warded. J. FISHER, Proprietor. IIEYFIELD TO MIAFFRA. mHE Convoyance between the above I places will be DISCONTINUED until further notice. Any parcels, that canbe forwarded on h...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 20 July 1882

Q(4MfEBOdIAL INTJL.LIGENOE. 0I5P5LAND SwOs neroPs. Meosara. R GClthridgo and Co. report: -Fat Cattle.-Market continues brisk and flrm at late quotations. We yarded 00 head medium quality, and sold all at, for bullocks, LO, A Sst, L7 12s Gd; cows, L4 58, L4 15is, L4 1ia 6d, L5 7 Olid, LO se, LG 15s, Li 17s Gd, L6 7s Gd, LG to, LO 1is vealors sold from 1is to 25s. Store Cattle.-We yarded 270 ]load, which sold at prices equal to last week, Our advices from Manara indicate that thore will be only a short supply from that quarter in the ensuing season Sales-Steers, L2 1to, L3 Ia, L3 14s; cows and hoieors, L1 17s, L2 2s, L2 to, L2 8s, L2 11. \Wo also disposed of privately 150 bullocks at L4 16s. Miilors and springers have fair enquiry-sales L2 1s to L4 2s Gd. Horses.-A good dom.d1 exists for all kinds, and a fresh lot would sell well. We will1 have a mob of useful horses for salo nort Saturday. Our sales during tho week are medium draughts L18 to L20, light sorts L4 to L8 10s. Shoop.-Fat ...

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FARM AND GARDEN FOR THE MONTH OF JULY. KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 July 1882

FARM AND) GARDEN FOR 'TE MONTH OF JULY. ITCIIn.C GAnDEN., If thie instructions for the last month were followed out, all heavy draining and trenching ought now to be com pletod, and the chief object should be n the preparation of the grounds, and cropping them as early as plossible, for the result of'theosummer products s depend principally upon thoe lrogress now made. Should we. get a dry a sumner, early sowing will be especially advantageous, as crops such as carrots, - parsnips, beet, and turnips, will be less liable to run to seed. Soils that have ,een dug over for some time: should again be refreshed with the' fork prom vious to sowing seeds. Avoid 'owiing seeds if tle soil is' wet. If onions are' inclined to spindle, pinch ofl the heads of bloom in its younigest stage; a bulb will then be formed at the base; Sow lasgely of broad beans; Brussol's sprout's borecole, broccoli, cabbago cauliflower, I savoy, carrot' (intermnediate and late), onion spinaclh parsnip, and peas (dwarf ...

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HE WANTED A DRUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 July 1882

iE WANTED A DRUM. A little boy wanted a drum. His mother, wishing to give him an imn pressive lesson, suggested that if lhe should pray for it he might receive one. So at night, when ready for bed, he knelt down and prayed : Now Ilay me down to sleep;, (I want adrum) ; I prey the Lord my soul to keep (I want a drum). If I should die before I wake (I want a drum), I pray the Lord my a~ul to take. (I want a drum). His father, who had been letinto the secret, had meanwhile quietly placed a, drum on the bed. As the youngster rose, and his eyes fell on the drum, he exclaimed in an emphatic manner that banished all serious thoughts.' froni the minds of his listeners, "Where the., devil did that drum come from I" The anticipated benefit from that lesson may probably be considered lost.-" Troy Tines.' They sat together in the lamplight andt read the advertising columns of their local newspaper, when lie suddenly exclaimed :" Look, only 15 dollars for a suit of clothes 1" " Is it a wed ding ...

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POETRY. MY AULD WIFE JEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 July 1882

MhY TULD VIF >JJEAN. Comoe it yo oon besido io; Jan, I'l l Ping a hlumnely sang, For e 'kon odr jurney'do'i lifo's brae' ciinna boo be lang; Sinco we ha'o beuen Uiited yo wro faithfu', fond, an'true, " - The storms a' life together wehla'o bravely battled through. Ye'd thiik,, tao hlok back, yesterday had beenh "or wedding day, Yet fifty ,ear'ha'o slipp'd 'ew', nor locks reniio n uite grey ; , Tihouoh 'orotho happy seohos 'o' youth auld Tiinohas !drawn the screen : Still I'mnayo as fond ni? over o' y4, my qSuldwife.pan. :. : Oor 'sonis, te seek their fortune, ha'o 'crossed the raging main; Oor 'doohtors :h'e loft :us-they're in hooses o' their sin; Tao see ,us left sno lonoly, Jean, it mniak' myhoaertgay fu'. ,: The burden aye scoins lichtoer whcn I tell moy 'niiid'ta you In grief ' aye could cheeor'moe, foryo' werda'fnithfu':'wifo, : Yo're-:words ayoegied mne courage; ,asi, tae stem the stream o' lifo; We lm'os toddled on together, ye were a trusty freoon', And I will lo'o :y ti...

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COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 July 1882

OOMFIVItNTS ON EVENTS: o= Tile birds whose muiic fills 'the air, Do chirp nid chatter Ihealcossly." --ANON. Thursday last was quite an eventful day in this fertile Ihamlot, for on.it was laid the foundation, stone of thie first public building that the Government have graciously Iboee pleased to erect in Mnaffra; I thoughlt, with a sigh, as .I saw the bottle of champagne ruth lessly dashed to earth by the fair aiaid' that conducted the. ceremony, how muclhgoodimight hiave been done with it, for might not this have been solfd for a thousand: pence and given unto thie poor,lor got rid-of in some like manner. Champagne, however, is nlot usually given the poor, so perhaps the idea is a bad one, but when I see the sparkling wine,. which is the most certain auxiliary of hnad-ache (ini the morning),. dyspepsia, xheumatio gout, puginacity;; Dutch-pluckity, &., &s. (Youncedn't. think, Mr. Editor, that I'vye copied this from the advertisement.of Ibollo way's pills in your. col...

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A SINGULAR GIPSY TRIBE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 July 1882

SA SINiGULAR OTPGIY TRIBE. -- ~O----r The Civil and Militnary Ganstto "l ludes to a ?anderiing tribe which has caused some curiosity in Madras, and lhich it thinks inay possibly iheidenti fled with a. singular class. of gipsies known 'bby the name o of" Mayaddss who visited Lahore in .S188, and a eurious and interesting account of whom is published iltn n emomrntndumn written by Dr. LTitner, snd rniiteid by the Punjaub Govornment. i In that year large c;rowd' of them arrived on, foot and carts fromis Afghanistann , and en camped for some little time in this place. . They spoke a peculiar jargon among themselves, thogh lwhen within earshot of Europeans and Indians they spoke Persian. At first, it sceems, there was difficulty in identifying oven, their place of abode, but officers from various parts of Indin allirmed thatthoe roisy and quarrelsome strangers were in the way of passing periodically between this country.: and Central Asia, and that they had an unplcnsanthabit of looting ...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, July, 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 July 1882

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LooDox,. July, 17. T'Thi Italian Govornment have inti mated their intention of co-operating .with England and:France in the occu pation of Egypt, provided Germany, Austria, and the other Governments of Central Europe agree to conjoint action being taken by the threepowers.. 'In view of taking an active part in Egyptian affairs the Italian Govern. ment have commenced to' mobilise the army.. Reports have been received, by the military authorities at Alexandria, showing' that' Ararbi Pasha is plenti fuly supplied witlrh amunition and! pro. visions for the troops under. his com mand. Although tlie water supply of the city has been cut offby tlie demolition' of a portion:of the aqueduct, sufficient supplies for the troops can be obtained fiom the salt water canal by means of condensers, whioh are being used for that purpose. The supply thus obtained wli, how over,i only suflice for the wants of "the troops. It is, tlhcreforo, expected that great suffering. will result...

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

Trade Addresses. MAURIICE COLEMAN'S qIPPSLAND B1REWEI1Y (LATe M;U. M'IVEn'). i rAUIlICE COLEMAN, whilo return I. ing thanks for the libonralpatron ago hitherto acconled linm, begs to inti, mate to thoe public in goneral thast hoe has availed himsolf of all the recent improveo nmonts in browing, and halving bbtained tihe soiervices of a skilled home brewer, and by using only. the boat materials the market can aflbor, 1he in i position to supply an article Unsurlassed in the district. Sale, 30tl Inrcb, 1881. .: " : :'-T H E 110 * ." ? ' MAFFRA,.SPECTAT.OR" NEWSPrA.P E it AND OREnRAL JOB PRINTI-NG, 0" F I O .. Maffra, North: Gippsland. - The Proprietor of the " ~Illff Spectator" {begs to liotify to the ilhabitants : S of'th districtthat hlie i. ... prepared tprecoieo : orders for' :PRINTIaNG IN ALL ITrrS BRANCHES. The Jobbing Plant, is replete with all the, Latest Imnprovoments. POSTING BILLS, OF ALL SIZES, On colored or white paqer, can be had on thi shortest notice. BusINcEs FoMuis, ...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 July 1882

MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. (BY ELE?rnI? TEr.e.oRAPI.) Wednesday Evening. Messrs.. A. 9M'Lean and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-1,600 head drawn for; there was a further rise in prime heavy cattle; other sorts unaltered.. We sold Mr. .M'Farlano's cows at £7' 13e Gd; Mr. Feely's bullocks at £12 10s; Mr. Jas. Boland's to £11 10s; Mr. John Boland's to £11 5s;' Mr. Daniel's at £10 10s; and. Mr; Blor's at full market rates. Messrs. Dal. Campbell and Co. re port:-Fat Cattle-1,600 liead of cattle penned; good and prime scarce; market opened easier, but soon hardened for good quality, closing O1s. higher; medium if anything a trifle lower. Best pens bullocks, heavy weiglts, £18 12s 6d; do cows, to £14 10as. We sold 81 .bullocks from Kilmany Park, avnraging' £15; 30. bullocks for Mr.. Bowman, Tihe Ride, averaging £9 15s; 22 hullocks for Mr. Thomson,, Clydebank, averaging £10; and 100 head for Messrs. Hoddinott,. M'Doiald,' Costin, and M'Lauchlan, at current rates. Also, on' the station, 40 cows for ...

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

GENERAL NEWS. Four thousand four liundrod, and:sl. fifty acres of land were selected at Hay on Friday. Sawmill workmen at Mai'yhorough'I Queensland, aro ttrikiing for.thie adop tion of the night hours system:.' The son of a leading Mount Gambier. farmer has been arrested for threatening? to shoot his father because thei latter had taken home a second, wife. Geelong wound up their victorious: trip to Sydnny by kicking seven goalsa. and 21: behiilds against two goals andi'. one behind' obtained: by a combined" Sydiney team.. A ratlier amusing iieldent occurredeV (says the " Dunmonkln Standard'') in. connection with a marriage which took: place a.. few days sinre. The. bridal:. party proceeded' to the church,. and" when all: the "dreadful' preparations" wero completed. it was suddenly dis covered' that the bridegroom, had for gotteni to supply. thait very necessary articlo-a wedding ring. This. caused: a very, unwelcome- stop to the proceed--. ings, and.the bridegroom rushed franti. ca...

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CAUGHT IN THE ICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 July 1882

CAUGHT.IN THE 1QE11, A. shocking, disaster to humj? life among tho bleakice fields that now and again intrude upon jho waters of the eastern coast of Newfoundland has very recently occurred., It hsad' early out stripped in magnitude the dismal ice floe tragedy of'April two years: The sad story of the present is briefly 'told:- On theafr? t day of. the last week in Januairy nine skiffs, with their crews left Porte de' Grave, a town on the porth-west side of Conception' Bay, to proceed:to Topsail: o tihe oouth side. Their, destination was the neighborhood of Topsail Big Pond, where from the purrounding"forests: they were accus tom o'd cut frames 'of l?ouse, flake pieces, stage timber: and winter fire wood. They:croesed the bay without accident, :!and having completed their work eft for home on the morning of the '1st of ?February: I-The wind was blowing a moderate breeze from the eastwad and :thereo vwasi a strong westerly,, set of the .Arctic; current. Before othey had renched the ce...

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MR. A. M'LEAN ON THE RAILWAY BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 July 1882

MR. A. I'LEAN ON THEI RAL WAY BILL. Mr. M'Lean thought the honorable member for Normanhy, before critising the Bill as he had, should have made himself acquainted with what he was talking about. Thie State could not possibly expend its money more advan. tageously or more profitably than in the oonEtruction of railways, which, would have tilhe effect, of developing the resources of the country, and unlocking the trenasures. of the soil.. Not only the country districts, but the. whole colony benifited by railway extension. Ho could recollect the time when the very best land in NorthGippsland-land ,not second to any on. the continent of Australia-land good enough. to yield anything that rich soil, abundantly watered, with a genial climate, could produce, was considered dear at £1 per acre; and only last week some of the very same land, although situate in an outlying country district. was sold at over £20 per acre. That was one of the offects of opening the country to the markets of th...

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

Auctionis.. FAT AND STORE OATTLE. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, JULY.28. A M'LEAN and CO. will Soillatthoir Syards 40 Prime Fat Spoyed Heifers, from South Gippsland. 25 Prime Fat Cows and Bullocks . 40 Good Bullocks, quiet. 30 Splendid Steers and Cows. 100 Good Bullocks. HAVING'Established a Branch of our JLBusiness in Melbourne, we are now prepared to hold WEEKL'Y 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 nuclion, We are also in a position to negotiate Loans on freehold securities at the very lowest rates of ijteorest, and to conduct auction sales, 'valuations, etc., in any part of Victoria OrsnS:r-48 Queen-st., Melbourne. Ouncs:-- (Johnson-street, Maffra A. M'LEAN & CO. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, JULY 28..": R GUTHRIDGE and CO. will Sell by . Auction, at their yards, on the above date 20 Fat and-Store Cattle. DIAFFRA, FRIDAY, 28Tr JULY. R GUTHRIDGE and CO. will Sell by Public Auction, on acco...

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

Coachi' & -:.o ':',. COBB and 00.'a COACHES: lkavo' CRITEI ON HOTEL;' '.: ' SALE to BAIRNSDLE, 1.45 p.m baily (Sunday oxcopted), arriving'.ia lsirnsdaloat 7.30 p.em. lare,'10s. -* . All riformiation; &c.; at Cobb anid' Co fllce, CriterioiHi~Hitel, Salo:': :-':1OBERTSON'2,WAONER.'&1C0'.i'S gale to Maffra and Newry. ROYAL MAIL; J FISHER'S comfortably covered . COACH will RUN DALY betwcen the above places, leaving Nowry daily. at 9,45a.m, lMaUra 11.15 am., arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return the samo day, leaving Sale at 2.30, arriving, at Iafra 4 p.mi., and Nuwry 5.30 pm. . , Passengers and - parcels booked at the Wowing places :- . . . . . ;. - ale, T. DDuggan's Criterion Hotel; fiffra, Wm. Iannister's'Camndon Hotel; dnil t Rawlin's Newry HotoL;, . - All pircels loft f?' convoyanceomust bo repaid, otherwise they will not beofor-' orded. . . . .. " . . " . ... .. . . S.. .. .3. .ISHER, SProprietor. 'HEYFIELD TO IMAFFRA. cH Conveyanco botweien thi abov L -...

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

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION To-aonnow (FmonAv) the following will hae submitted to Public Auction at Maffra, commonaing at 12 o'clock noon : Br Masans. A. M'LzAN & Co.-40 Spoyed Hoifers, 25 Fat Cows and Bullocks, 140 good, Bullocks, 30 Steers and Cows. &c. Br Massns. ENalrsr, Pacx & Co. Store Cattle, Fat Cattle, Steers, SHeifers, ,a. Br Masses. It. GDs-Msro-ea MD Co. Fat and Store Cattle, Dc. . TaoMcA. Jo as.-Horses, Fat and Store Cattle, Aca. AT SALt ON S?rmnoAr. 1y Mesans. ENeoistr, PEoK AND Co. Store Cattle, Fat Cattle, M\ilcal Cows, Heifers, Steers, Horses, &Aec Br MasRSe. R.B OUTnMDoa AND CO. Fat and Store Cattle, Millkors and Springers, Sheep and Lambs, Pigs, MAIL NOTICES. Mails close at the Mafatr Post-office for the following places as under : ForSaloRosodale,Tnralgon ,oo, Water. loo, Melbourne, and other places along the Gippsland railway line, daily at 11 an.m. going through the same day. For Toongabbie, Gloenmagio,Hoyfiold, Cowwar, Seaton,...

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