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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 August 1882

Auctions. FAT AND STORE CATTLE. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. ( b'LEAN and CO. will Sell at their f. yards 40 Prime Fat Cows. 20 ,, . C Cows and Bullocks. 172 Splendid Bullocks, in tine' con, diton, of thed well-kndwnii AC brand. '0 Splendid Cows, in good condition, qilet. 8S Good Cowsand"Bullocke ?-. PREDIMINARYt NOTICE. MIAFFRA, MONDAY, 2Sriz AUGUST. A I'LEAN and CO. are instructed by P. 0. O Moroney, Esq. (who is leaving the district), to Sell on 'aboVe dlate All his Household Furniture, Horses, Buggy, eCc. Full particulars in. future advortise ilent. UAVING Established a Branch of our -B 3usiness -in MeIolbourno,- we are now .repared to hold .WEEKLY- SALES:of Lattlo, Sheep, "'et-'at'the Flemington Yards, and to undertako tlei inlo of all kinds of Protorty, Farm Produco-oetc? :privately or by puclic auction. We are leso in a position to negotiate Loans on freehold securities at the very lowest rates bf interest, and toy conuat: auction sales 'valuations, etc., in anypart of Victoria...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 August 1882

Ooaches, &C, COBB and CO.'s COACHES leave CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.mn, laily (Sunday excopted), arriving at Biirnedalo at'7.30 p.nm. Fare, 10as. All information, &., at Cobb and Co.'s lffico, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. Sale to Maffra anti Newry ROYAL MAIL. J FISHER'S comfortably covered COACH will RUN DAILY between the above places, leaving Nowry daily at 1.45am., Maffra 11.15 a. ., arriving at palo at 12.45 p.m, and rotarn the same flay, leaving Sale at 2.30, arriving at Ilaara 4 p.m., and Neowry 5.30 p.nh Passengers and parcels booked at the following places : Sale, T. Duggan's Criterion Hotel; IRaffra, Wm. Bannister's Camden Hqtol; pnd at IRawlin's Nowry Hotel. All parcels left for' convoyance must be prepaid, otherwise they will not be for .. FISHER, Proprietor. HEYFIEID TO MAFFRA. THE Conveyanco between the above places will be DISCONTINUED entil further notice. Any parcels that can be forwarded on horsback will be ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MAFFRA POLICE COURT MONDAY, 7TH AUGUST. (Before Messrs. A. W. Howitt, P.M., and J. Williams, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 10 August 1882

MAFFRA POLIOCE.COURT MONDAY, 7TwI AUGUsT., (Beforo Messrs. A. W. Howitt, P.M., ahd J. Williams, J.P. 8. Foilclhenfold v," J. Cole, for L2, goods sold: and delivored. Mr. Thomson for the plaintiff who proved delivery of the Goods: There was no appearance of de- fendant. An order was made for the amount, with 12s 6d costs. John Diver v. P. Clement, for unlawful assault. Mr Patten appeared for Mr. P. Clement, and Mr. Thomson withdrew the summons on behalf of John Diver. . Mr.   Patten asked that costs might be awarded his client who had come some distanco to answer the charge preferred against him. Mr. Thomson argued that as the case never came before the Court they could not dismiss it or award costs. Mr. Thomson afterwards withdrew from the case,   stating that as the plaintiff had not put in an appearance ho would not have any   thing to do with it. After examining and comparing several sections of the act, the bench ordered the plaintiff to pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 August 1882

Trade Addresses. MAURICE COLEMAN'S GIPPSLAND BREWERY (LATE Ms. MIVERa'). M AURIOE COLEMAN, while return .V ing thanks for the liberal patron ago hitherto accorded him, boegs to inti mate to the public in general that he has availed himself of all the recent improve-. ments in brewing, and having obtained the services of a skilled home brewer, and by using only the best materials the market can afford, he in a position to supply an article unsurpassed in the district. Sale, '3th March, 1881. THE ' MAFFRA SPECTATOR" NEWSPAPER AND GENERAL JOB PRINTING, OFFI COE, Maffra, North Gippsland. The Proprietor of the f Maffra Spectator" begs to notify to the inhabitants t of the district that he is prepared to receive - orders for a PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. The Jobbing Plant is replete with all the Latest'Improvements. POSTING BILLS, OF ALL SIZES, c On colored or white pa?er, can be had on the shortest notice. BUSINma FoaRs; CONCERT TICKE, t CARDS, PRooW DIES, .CIRCULAR.e, o-EA'D BILLS, PR...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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FARM AND GARDEN FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST. KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 August 1882

FARM AND GARDEN FOR THE SMONTH OF AUGUST. f KITCHEN GARDEN. If tho instructions for last month were followed out, alh heavy draining and trenching ought'n ow to be com pleted, and the chief object should he the preparation of the grounds, and cropping them as early as possible, for the result of the summer products depend principally' upon the progress now inade. Should we get a dry summer, early sowing will be specially advantageous, as crops, such as carrots, parsnips, beet, and turnips, will be less liable to run to seed. Soils that have been dug over some time should again be refreshed with the fork previous to sowing seeds. Avoid sowing ceeds if the soil is wet If onions are inclined to spindle, pinch off the heaul of bloom in its youngest stage; a ,ulb will then he formed at the base. Sow largely of broad beans, Brussel's sprouts, borecole, broccoli, cahbage, cauliflower, savoy, carrot (intermediate and late varieties), onion spinach, parsnip, and peas (dwarf and tall). If not...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 August 1882

RAILWAY NOTICE. Trins now leave SA.i t 7.55 ain., and 47pm. They are duo at SALE at 1.45 nL. and 10.35 p.m. Train leavo ?~lbourno at 7.40 a.m. d4.27 pm., and are due in Melbourne ts p.m. and 10.50 p.m. CHURCH NOTICE. Cnoxcn oF ENxarAND.-Parochial Di 'ct of \affra--Divino Service at St. ohn's Church. Maffra, at 11' am. d7 pm. ; Hoyfield 3 p.m. pRaEsrrurwAN Cnucn--Divine Sorvio ill be conducted at Glenmaggio 11 am ; wry, 3 p.m. ; Maffra 7. p.min. .

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NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 August 1882

NEW INSOLVENT.: William Walter- Pallot,"formerlyj of Waterloo, now of:York street, Prahran, labourer. Liabilities,, L03 :14A 2d;, assets, LI ; deffciency? L9$2 14s9 2d. Causes:: Sickness, and death of w ife,. and, pressuro of creditors. Mr Cain, assignee; Mr SII..8 Pyan,41 Queen street, Melbourrie, solicitor.

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 17, 1882 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 August 1882

THEE HURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 7, 1882 18 Gipp?la? d Merc??i for oin ai?;onth, t has made a meoit persistent attack poa Catholicidn in every shape an?i trm. A manm has bu to be a Catholiic tad the vilest invectiveri are poured apon him; an outrage upot.a public platform is hut to be perpetraitedl by k ob of larrikins, and this fanatic ournal inimedidi~ely poirints the Cat ho ie as the head and front of the move sent. No? there is really a boundary ai social matters beyond which no ournal has a right to transgress. Every bly disposed citizen .is permitted ,wadays to worship his God after his wn method without sufferii' any it rference from his neighbour but the reury would fain revive by its unpre jnted ad un warranted language the int and state of things over which or forefathers shd 0' mucli'blod. hat is the object may a ,e ask, of the ad taken by the journal in question I proprietor is' not.fanied throughout o land for disinterested motives in public?or privtto actions, and he doubtle...

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MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING. MONDAY, 14TH AUGUST, 1882. ELECTION OF PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 August 1882

MAFFRA. SHIRE COUNCIL. SPECIAL: MEETING. , NDAY, I 14nTH AUGUST, 1882. E.:LECTION 'OF PRIESIDENT.' There was a full meetiisg. The newly. olocted':councillors havirig niado tie nusalideclaration, Cr. Davis was voted to the chair.. He informed tlhe coun cillorstthat they had met in.compliance with the requirements of the Local IG ,vernment Act to- elect a President for the ensuing year. Befom the olection.of President was proceeded with, the question was taken into consideration whether-a presideh tial. allowance. should. be made or not, when it was fihally resolved thaI the sumn of L25 per annum should be al loeved, after erhcidie o' Cr. Eccles said he lied much pleasure in rising to proposor.' C Landy as Presi dent for the ensuing year. He was an old'and highly respected councillor, who he was sure t would' fill" theo chair with oredit: tothe Council; and that the rate payers would highly approve of, the choice. Ib would, therefore imove, " That Cr. Landy he elected ?resident of: th...

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LES TEMPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 August 1882

LES TEoIPS. Much regret is felt by the people ofE this ,town 'and district; for tlhe loss: of Mr. P: a:.MlIoronoy, engiiser, and! seoros tary to this Shire, who has acceptedjan appointment in. Colac. Mr; Moroney .has alwaystaken a keen.interest in the weolfare oftho. district, nd man ism portant, works; have been completed: under his supervision during tho term of: his oflice to this: Shire.:: Mr. M]oroney's urlbaneo, courteous ianner made' him many friends,,hile his high. abilities asi a business man.,gained.tho respect of all,'. However, it? wilht b gratifying to'his many frienids to kiiow. that his removal is a well deserved pro. motion. Tle many signatures ,which 'are 'being added:to.the, testimonial got up for presentation.. to him,, plainly shows tho:high esteam in. which he is held M Moroney;:, I believe, leaves for Colao' about the 'first of tlih'cdmiing mniith, where I hope that heialth and prosperity; will' attend himself, and. family.: .. ' r A football matlch hals bee ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 August 1882

C oaches, &c. f'COBBS and CO.'s COACHES leave O CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. daily '(Sunday excopted), arriving at Bairnsdalo at 7.30 p.m. Fare, 10s. i All information, &c., at Cobb and Co.'s Office, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. ROYAL MAIL' J FISHER'S comfortably covered COACH will RUN DAILY between the above places, leaving Nowry daily at 9.45 am., Ifaffra 11.15 am., arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Sale at 2.30, arriving at Mfafra 4 p.m., and Newry 5.30 p.m. Passengers and parcels booked at the following places :- rit ' Hotel ; Sale, T. Duggan's Criterion Hotel; Maffra, Wm. Bannister's Camden'Hotel; and at Rawlin's Newry Hotel.. ' ,..? All parcels left for conveyance mtilt'be prepaid, otherwise they will not be'for 'warded . : .. ,:: SJ. FISHER;, Proprietor. SHEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. HE Conveyance between the above i. h.. placeswill be DISCONTINUED until further notics Any parcels that can be for...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 August 1882

COMMfERCIAL IN'4WLLIGENCE. . IPRLAND STOCK REPORTS Messrs A. ' 'LLean and Co., of Maffrm, report -.Fat COttle.-N ot many-forward. and qiuality indefferent Store Cattle. We ya rded a fair number (about 300), not. many buyers poesent, and price same as last week,. Weo expect a better demand as soon. as the Spring gras appears. We. sold-Fat bullocks,, inferior to fair quality, L7 7s' Od, L8, LS. 15s, and L10; cows L3 ? s d, L4-7s Gd, and L6; store bullocks, L4 8s, I. 12s,, to. I?10 ;: young: ateers, toL 15s ;cows and liolfers,,Ll 15S 1.2 4s, L2 15s,. ~L2 1s, 13 1s, and L3 3sa vealors, 18s, L1 O~ and L 8s. We have, ta report having sold, privately, 280 bul-. locks on aecountt of Ignatius Keogh, Esq., at T1 10s. 1The above were.from Cherry tree Flat'Station; Land.-We sold Mr.. J. :Peck's property, ntear Maffra," at L11. per aore, cash, Messrs. I. GOtthridge anc. Co. report - --Fat Cattlo.-Market firni We sold. 50, hed, of cows and bullocks, the former at. 14 2s Od,.L'2s 6d, L6, LO 12s 6d...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 August 1882

d M.IL NOTICES, Mails calose at the afflra Post-oftlc for the following places as under : ForSale Rl?edale, Traralgon,Moo, Water. loo, Melbourne, and.other places along the Gippsland railway line, daily at 11 am. going through the same day. For Toongabbio, Glenmaggie, Royfield, Cowwar,. Seaton, Walhalla, Coopr's. Creek, and Sappy-go.Lucky (via Tm ralgon), Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur. days, at 11 amn., leaving Traralgon next dcly forthoe abaove placea . For Stratford, Yeerung, Delvino, Coon-. gulmorang (Lindenow Flat), Bairnsdale, and` Brgolong daily oa 11 a m. For Grant, Dargo, Bulgoback,.Mondays. and Fridays at U a.m. For Port lbert, Tarraville, Woodside,. Stradbroke, and Longford, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 a.m- - For Upper Maffra daily at 4 p.m. For Heyfield and Tinamba. on Tuess days, Thusdysd andy Saturdays, at The Post-ofice is, open for: general business from ame., and closes at 8 p.in. dily, and is closed between the hours of 1 and. 2 p.m., and from 6 p.m.-...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 August 1882

MELBOURNE'; CATTLE REPORTS. (By Ewcrmia TE.ERooAPH.) Wednesday Evrning. Messrs. A. M'Loan and Co. report: Fat..Cattle.-1670 drawn for,;?prime heavy "cattle" fully up to last wook's rates, other, sorts casier. Wo sold 22 `bullocks, from Woodsido, to £14 2as d, and cows £13 2ri Gd,; Jas. Colo; bul locks,l to£9:2s 6di- John Boland's to £19 5s; i'Farland's to '11,- averaging £10 8s 4d, also lor' aniid Whittakers bullocks and cowsvat full miarkt rates. Mesesr. Powers, Rutherford and Co. report as, follows-1,670 head of cattlo yarded, and very few pinmeo;for" whioh prices are unaltered, other kinds? 20s, tb 25s lower. We o'sold 35. bullock for. Mlr. W.E.Power Powers-courl , averag ing £10 7s 2d; 26 do from Gippalandi; 19 ao for F. Shiels, Stratford at: £10 9s 31 forJas. Rice, Cowwar, £14 10s ; 20 do. for.iR: Olark, Maffra; Il nbul locks for John, Pruden,, Sale, at £9 ,2s Gd; bmall drafts for .V 3. MaDlpas, M?ount Ridloy, and through our. Bal larat; house, 36 -bullocks for WV. E. Power, Po...

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THE INVENTION AND PERFECTION OF A NEW PRINCIPLE IN THE ART OF SEWING BY MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 August 1882

THE INVENTION AND PER FEOTION OF A NEW PRIN .; CIPLE IN THE ART OF SEW ING BY fACHINERY. We extract the following from the "New York Scientific Times and Mercantile Register" : In the month of November in the year of 1878 the Scientioic American startled the sewing machine fraternity by the announcement of a new de parture in the science of constructing sewin?g machines, that would in a short time revolutionise the sewing machine business; and from that time to the present, considerablen interest has been mdnifested regarding thefuture develop nments of this remarkablo invention by sewing machine manufacturers, mechar. ical experts and manufacturers of articles from textile fabrics and leather. SIt is now a settled fact that the prophecy of the Scientific American wis well found d, as this new sowing machine has fully realised the expecta tions of its inventors and projectors, and crowned its manufacturers,. who first launched it upon the market, with Success ?ld glory. o Heretofore...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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A VISIT TO THE RAMAHYUCK MISSION STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 August 1882

A VISIT TO: THE RAMAHYUOK: MISSION' STATION. (:, (Br. ZULU.) .. i Long haswit'been my desire to pay. a visit to the Mission Station, whore may be 'soon the proprietors by pre-emptive right of the land which has beeii sogreat a source of wealth tomany anone wlil might elne be now delving fbr his daily bread. Tihe long-wished-for opportu nity was'afforded me last Suniday; acid; accompaniedi.by a friend, I soonl had left .behind . me. the stone and brick houses of the white man, and found myself' vis.a..s with the settleaeont (if may .be allowed so to term it) of the aborigieos; 'My first impressionsa oh coming,within.view' of the Mission Sta tion were of twofold disappointient. I. was disappointed that the place was not much larger, and that many more houses were not to be seon, and I was agreeably, disappointed at-the elean and neat aspect. of the houses, which my first: glimpse convoyed to me. I lhad' nx pocted to, have founid ro?; s v of" lark' i nmia-mins" instead of the il?at wea...

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PROFESSIONAL BEAUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 August 1882

IPROFESSIONAL BEAUTIES: :.The Professional] Beauty, i al;deo volopemnent- of the lust fw? years,~ and the business .was,: initiated by, ;the Jersey. Lily,-Mrs., Langtry-daughter of a clorgyman, airuralbdean, in the. Church of Englandl. Perhaps.her good., :friends wovre flattured, by herzrapid. ascent' to the distinction of the;most. beautiful:vomau in England-although. we cannot underotand her qualifications, except being blown upon by the breath of Royalty.? Like .other stars, the Jersey .Lily faded ii attraction nond onivy attacked! its bloom ,with asperaion., People ceased: to stand up on. chairs to, gaze at, er with that politeness only, knownin the most rfined and. aristocratio.circles. In, the..zenith of! helr brilliancy,?oshe had: oven,, ventured.. to, drop..ice dowl the august back of the. Price; of Wulee.l, The hiusband of.. thi Professionall Beauty,, haying been.unshle to, eiduro. Society Papers,1 Mrs Langtry asadriven. by the scornful notices bestowed on him, to adoptthie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 17 August 1882

Auctions. FAT AND STORE CATTLE. MAFFRA; FRIDAY, AUGUST 18. A M'LEAN and CO. will Sell at thir 20 prime fat Bullocks and Cows. 100 splendid extra large-framed; Bul-. 5 years in excelloent condition. . 100 splendid Cows, in good condition, quiet. 40 good quiet Cows. 00 good Steers and Bullocks. CLEARING-OUT SALE. ,1AFFRA, MONDAY, 28TH AUOUR'T. A %' BANundl CO. are eostructed by : .P, O Ioroeoey Esq. -(who is leaving the district), to Sell on above date- . All hisHousehold Furniture, &c., Ac., consisting of : liano in walnut, Largo double and singlebedsteads, 3 chests of dpAwers \Vash-hand, stands, '4 -large coiru gated iron tanks, Dinner services, Tea services, &e., &.a, feat 'safes, Tables, Saddle Coelebratedl, arness horse Tom, Pair grand: buggy horses, Lrgo double seated buggy,, 2 sets single arness, 1 set sin le do,, Cow and calf, hand. sewing machine, treadle do, also, a great number of articles too numerous to mention. Time of Sale, 12 O'clock Sharp, HAVI...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 24 August 1882

A once well known Irish law officer of the Crown, now on thie Bench, tells the following story of an Irish jury : "I saw the jurors loafing about thle court, and I told them to get into the box, when out of sheer habit they got- into the dock." Americans manage to :invent:, odd expressions.. A young. American lady was at a London ball. Dancing. heated her. "I feel a little dewy," she said to her partner, as she wiped the perspi. ration from her brow. . An Iowa man, whose well lately caved in, contrived to make the authori ties suspect that he had murdered a niaii and put his body at the bottoni of the well, and took it easy at the gaol wlile they dug his well out for hiin; he now tal:s of suing the town for false imprisonment. A man was tried somn little time back for stealing several clocks. The defence set up by the learned gentleman who appeared for hiui was this-that after the prisoner had taken the clocks to his own house " he put 'ea iill back." The Juiy didn't acquit him. It ...

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FARM AND GARDEN FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST. KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 24 August 1882

FARM !AND, GARDEN FOR .THE .,, "MLONTH OF AUGUST. 'KTiTnEN GARLDE. ':,If'the i istrictions for last' month were, followed out, all 'heavy: draining and trenching. ought niow ,to,be com pleted, and the chief olject 'should be the' preparation 'of the' grodnds,"and cropping thern as early as' possible for the 'result of" the summer':products depend. principally upon the'prbgress now ,.made.. Should.. we..get,, a:, dry summer, early sowing will be specially advantaigeouis, is crops su'ch as carrots, parsnips, beet, and turnips, will be less liable to run to seed. Soils that have been dug over somentime should again be refreshed with the fork previous to sbwing seedsa' . oid sowing seds' if the soil is wet.:" If onions are inclined to spindle, pinch ofil the'head of: blooni in its youngest stage; a liulb'will theci be formed at the base., Sow largely. of broad beans, Brussel'ssprouts, borecolo, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower,. savoy, 'carrot (interriediate and lite i?vrilties), onion sp...

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