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COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 September 1882

COMMENTS ON EVENTS. "The birds whoso music fills the air,, Do chirp and chatter hoedlossly." -Axox.

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 September 1882

MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. (Br ELur'no TLRORAPH.) Wednesday Evening. Messrs. A. M?'Lean and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-1130 drawn for; prin cipally northern; prices fully up to last week's quotations. Prime bul looks, £15 to £17 ; a few extra heavy weights to £19; good, £12 to £14; medium. £9 to Ll1; light and inferior £6 to £8; cows from £2 10s to £11, according to quality. We sold light weight bullocks, medium quality, from Warragul, at £7 7s Od to £8 2s Gd; cows at £7; and calves from £2 lie to £3 10s. M?esrs. Ryan and Hammond report: -Fat Cattle.-1,1lO were penned, of which 680 were Quconslandor bullocks, and 100 cows, balance Vio torian ; the quality was of medium doescription, one mob from Queensland being very prime. The market ad vanced fully 20s on last week's quota tions; best pon, £17 ; ten single bul locks, £20. Fat Sheep. - 10,700 penned, being only of medium quality, and best sold at quite equal to last week's rates; beat merino wethers, 17is d ; boet merino owes, 13e 6i ;...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 6TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 September 1882

MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, GTI. SEPTEsnER. Presont-Crs. Landy (president), Davis, Eccles, Horstman, Williams, and Linton. Tile minutes of the annual, special, and previous ordinary meeting, wore read and confirmed, after which the outward correspondence was read and approved of. The council then ad journed until two o'clock, for the pur pose of in tile meantime taking into consideration the applications for the various offices. On re-assembling, Cr. Eccles moved, and Cr. Horstman seconded-That Mr. G. T. Jones be appointed engineer and secretary to the Iaflfra Shire Council for twelve months.-Carried. Moved by Cr. Williams, and seconded by Cr. Linton-That DMr. Geoo. Davir, junr., he appointed as shire valuer, rate-collector, collector of agricultural statistics, inspector of slaughter-yards and nuisances, ana road ranger. Carried, Cr. Davis not voting. Mr. Jones thanked the councillors for electing him, and Mr. Davis thanked them on behalf of his son, who was absent, Cr. Willia...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 September 1882

MELBOURNE CRAIN MARKET. •Messrs Greig and' Murray held their weekly grain sale on Tuesday, 5th inst., and sold as follows: Barley, Englishli,s lid per bushel; mixed.do., 8e Od do. Oats, inferior, 3s 9d to 3s 11d per bushel. Maize, 90 day, Os per bushel. Peas, 5s 0&d per bushel; beans, 5s 8d do.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 September 1882

A Boston paper states that a Chicago. grocer sells soap, ovory tonth cake of' which contains in its centre a goldl dollar, and that the citizons of Chicago. are, in consequence, getting to look: tolerably clean. Fogg roead somowhere that dyspeptics; should oat their food dry; Heo never calls for champagne now without an, iljunction to thoe waitor to have it; extra dry. In Sanl Frat?isco a certain economi;. cal refreslenot-hlloue keeper writes his, own hill of fare, therelby saving the. coait of prinlting. One of hlis latest, Smolnus" antnottced--"' Colley, supe,. rnto ot of,., fride thatn, hoylerl ot bhald iptatolr, llulltting chopsl, veeln. culverts, hasch, and crucified clhickonlat't

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 September 1882

ABSTRACT OF'SALES BY AUCTION To.-xoaow (FarDAr) the following will be submitted to Publio Auction at M~afra, commencing at 12 o'clock noon : Br fERoeu. A. M'LeAN & Co.-20 Fat Bullocks and Cows, 320 splendid Bullocks, 100 Store Cows, 60 Steers and Hoifers. Br MiessRs. B. GIrunero AND CO. 30 Fat Bullocks, 10 do Cows, 80 Bullocks, 20 Cows, 100 Steers and . Bullocks, 50 Mixed Cattle. Br M?issa. ENoLISe, PECK & Co. Store Cattle, Fat Cattle, Steers, Heifers; ico. ToaroAS JoNxs.-Horses, Fat and Store Cattle, &c. AT SaLo oN SATruDAY. r M?fssas. ENoLuas, P.Ox AND Co. Store Cattle, Fat Cattle, Milch Cows, Hoifers, Steers, orses, &c. Bir Ms?s.eR. OTrHetDos AND CO. Fat and Store Cattle, 1M'ilkers and Springers, Sheep and Lambs, Pigs, Horses, &c. RAILWAY NOTICE. Trains now leave SALE at 7.55 am. and 4.47 p.m. They are due at SaLe st 145 p.m. and 10.35 p.m. Trains leave Melbourne at 7.40 am. and 4.27 p.m.i and are due in Melbourne at 2.0 p.m. and 10.50 p.m....

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 September 1882

OOMMEULOIAL INTBLLIOENCE. OIPPSLAND STOOK REPORTS. Mossre. English, Peek, and Co. report: -Fat Cattloe.-Vry limited supply and nothing good forward. Extreme rates ruling for prime liullocks and cows In. ferior and medium bullocks sold from :L7 15s to.L8 10s, do cows £5 10s to £6 li Od; vealors £110s to £2 12s Gd. Store Cattle.-Market firm, prices rather better thian last week, and we have plenty of buyers for bullocks and cows at quotation. As spring is nowrsetting in we expect the demand to be brisk and prices to improve as the season advances. At Maffra, on Friday store bullocks sold, from £5 3s to £5 8s : cows £3 to £3 5s. At Bairnsdale, on Saturday, we sold from Mr. Shiel's toanaro bullocks from £317s to £4 2s 6d; cows, £2 s ; these very uneven and low in condition. At Sale on Saturday prices ruled high for anything good. Bullocks, £4, £4 10s, £5, £5 S ;. cows, £2 15s to £3; heifers £2 8s to £210s ; steers, 12 to 18 months, £2 10s to £2 12a. Sheep. Good demand for both fat and s...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, September 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 September 1882

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. -4--t-. (AoL.) LONDON, September 4. The fighting which occourred between the Turks and Greeks over the disputed territory in Thessaly was of a more serious character than at first supposed. The total casualties on both sides are now ascertained to have amounted to 400 killed and wounded. The war between between Chili and Peru, which appeared to have finally terminated in favor of the former, has again broken out. The Peruvians have recruited a con. siderablo further force, and there ap pears every likelihood of another pro longed and bloody struggle, the Chilians being determined, an all hazards to maintain their previous advantage. LONDON, September 5. During a military review at St Petorsburgh, at which Czar and Czarina were present, a portion of the fortifica tions gave way immediately after their Imperial Majesties had passed. Sixof the soldiers woere injured :byo the accident: Cholera is still raging at the, Phillipine Island, and a mortality is reported of ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 September 1882

What lucky dogs our Mafira sports man are to be sure; there are, two or three of these lovers of the chase, around whoso head'tho favoring halo of the fickle Dame Fortune seems ever to smile and- wreath them with success in overy:advonture. As the chairman of the Gippeland Coursing Club said on Saturday evening when presenting one Maffra gentleman with the trophy his dog had won-" It is getting quite a formality handing prizes to you Mr - ," to which the lucky gentle man, who is one of tihe hest sportsmen in Gippeland, suitably responded. It is pleasing, however, to notice that as usual lMaffra has not been behind hand in carrying off her usual honors. The pioneers of Victoria might certainly rise in anger could they see the desecration of their sacred remains. Talking in the Ansemily on Tuesday night of the matter, Mr. A. T. Clark said "the fencing has all beon destroyed, the tombstones have fallen down, and thn pigs are daily to ho soon rooting up tie hones of the first colonista"...

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THE WAR IN EGYPT. LONDON, September 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 September 1882

THE WAR IN EGYPT. LoDnoN, September 4. The Governmeont of Tripoli have at length carried into execution their long declared project of dispatching a mili toary force to the assistance of Arabi Pasha. The army intended for service against the English numbers 30,000 men, and is now on its way to Egypt, which country forms the eastern boundary of Tripoli, which is considered the most civilised of the Barbary States. It is stated to be the intentio ofn the Porto to prevent the interference of the Tripolitans whoare vassals of the Sultan. A Turkish army will, if necessary, be dispatched to prevent a junction being oftoated botween the Tripolitan army and the Egyptians under Arabi P?aha. It is reported that the ofllicers in colmmand of the Egyptian troops at the important military position of T'el-ell Kobir, a station on the Cairo to Suez railway, is meditating delsertion from tihem standard of Arabi Pasha. Tihe English successes have struck terror into the easily depressed Egyp tian sold...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 September 1882

Auctions. FAT AND STORE STOCK.. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 8. A M'LEAN and CO. will Sell at their .11. yards 20 Prime Fat Bullocks and Cows. 100 Splendid Bullocks, of the well known and much esteemed HM boand, 4 and 5 years, quick fat. toners. Also On account of H. P. !keogh, Esq. (who has sold the Loy Yang property) 120 Magnificent Bullocks, 5 years, in fine condition, good colours, and very quiet; all inoculated. The above have been inspected by our Mr. N. M'Loan, and are reported agrand .lot._ . 100 Splendid Store Cows, quiet; a good lot. 60 Good Steers and Heifers, good condition. 100 Bullocks, 4 and 5 years old ; very good. HAVING Established a Branch of our U.L 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 aucion. We are also (in a position to negotiate Loans on freehold securities at the very lowest rates of interest, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 7 September 1882

Coaches, &. . 0BB and CO.'s COACHES leave CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted), arriving at Bimrnsdalo at 7.30 p.m. Fare, 10s. All information, &e., at Cobb and Co.'s 0ice, Criterion Hotel, Salo. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. Sale to Maffra and Newry i ROYAL MAIL. J FISHER'S comfortably covered J COACH will RUN DAILY between the above places, leaving Nowryj daily at 9.45am., Maffra 11.15 a.oi., arriving at S!e at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Sale at 2.30, arriving at Jefr.m 4 p.m., and Newry 5.30 p.m. Passengers and parcels booked at the following places : Sale, T. Duggan's Criterion Hotel; naffrm, Wm. Bannister's Camden Hotel; end at Rawlin's Nowry Hotel.. I All parcels left for conveyance must be prepaid, otlerwise they will not be for warded. J. FISHER, Proprietor., HEYFIELD TO ??AFFRA. " THE Conveyance. between the above places will be DISCONTINUED antil further notice. Any parcels that cn be forwarded on horabac...

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MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY 6TH SEPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 14 September 1882

MAPFRA SHIRE. COUNCIL. WEDNEsBDAY GTH SEPT. Present: The president (Cr. Landy), Ors Davis, Eccies, Horsttmoan, Williams, and Linton. APPOINTMSENT OP OFFICERS. After reading the outward corre sqondence, the council went into com mittee for the purposo of considering the applications for the offices rendered vacant by the resignation of Mr. P. 0. Moroney. There were eight applica tions for the combined offices of engineer and secretary, and 17 for the other' offices. Mr. G. T. Joies was appointed to the former, and Mr. G. Davis, jun., to the. remaining offices. Or. Davis did take part in malking the last appointment. The counil'thos adjourned until the next morning.,

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FARM AND GARDEN FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 14 September 1882

FARM AND GARDEN FOR THE . ' MONTH OF SEPTEM1BE ,I, KITCIIE 'GARDEN. This is' th' buisiest' month in the year foia eded'sowmig; most of the lnrdy vegetables may ho sown, and to atrds the closf the monthl tenider sorts. Potatoes of all kinds should be planted for main crops. Make a sowing of pens for'succession. Early long pod beans niny still ho sown in lowlym ground. Sow' ,scarletruniners,dwarf French beans, boot, carrot, : cucumber, melon, vegetable marrow, puinpkin, onion, radish, spinach, kidney beans, and peas for succession; niustard and cress should be sown every fortniglht;; sor clery.on a hot bed. Prepare the ground at the beginning of the month for the melon oand cucumber family, by nmanuring, digging, or trenching. Good ground; prepared itn this nay, will pro duce fine crops without' the trouble of making holes and' mixg ing ncomposte. Although tomatoes, melons, &c, nmay he planted out at the enid of tihe. month, in warnt situations, it is the safest plan to sow of...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 14, 1882 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 14 September 1882

THE THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 14,1882 In another column we publish the first number of an original story by a local young lady. The plot which is laid in Victoria is founded on fact, the autlioress being personally acquainted with the prin cipal character in the story. The tale will appear in weekly numbers for usome time. The wenatlher yesterday afternoon was bitterly cold, and several heavy showers of sleet fell at intervals The present threatening aspect of the skcy augurs a Iheavy downpour, which will no doubt be acceptable to the farmers and graziders throughout the district. In our advertising columns fresh tenders, returnable on the 23rd inst., are called for the erection of a 3Mochanica' Institute at Newry. According to the revised advertisement contractors are required to send in separate tenders for the brick and woodworkof the building. Mr. C. J. M'Lean announces, by advertisoment in another column, that a meeting of those desirous of forming a cricket club, will be held at...

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TESTIMONIAL TO MR. P. C. MORONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 14 September 1882

TESTIrONIAL TO MR. P. 0. MORONEY. On Friday afternoon one of the largest representative meetings ever held in IMnlfrla, took place at the Shire Hall, for the purpose of publicly pro senting Mr. P. 0. Moroney with an illuminated address and purse of sovereigns and watch, in recognition of his public services rendered in connoc tion with the North Gippeland.Railway Extension League, and as a shire officer. Mr. Geo. Davis, of Riversdale, who was in the chair,, said:-The pleasing duty has been delegated to me of making, on behalf of Mr. Moroney's numerous friends, the presentation of this afternoon. This pleasure has fallen to me in consequence mainly of the position I hold in the Railway Exton sion League of North Gippsland. Having been elected to the position of President of that body somno two years ago, it has been my good fortune to have for my colleague in the executive duties of the League, the guest of this afternoon, who heas, during that period, been its indefatigable lion. se...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 14 September 1882

MELBOURNE CHAIN MARKET. Messrs. Greig and Murray held their weekly grain sale on Tuesday, 12th inst., and sold as follows: Feed Oats, medium, S 11d; inferior English Barley, BS; Gippsand Maizeo, 5e 10ld; StawellFloor at L13120.

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TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 14 September 1882

TOONGABBIE. (rPo0K . oni sonaENer.) Tho giganatio strides madolcy North§; Gippoland in Mining, agriculture, and' coimerce, as also, the great increase of population, by permanent settlement,. and then.introduction of now and earied pursuits prnatically demonstrate the fabt tlhat "North Gippsland lhas quite, outgrown the provision made for. re presentation when the present Electoral Act passed ilntolaw. And,. consider-., lug the present sesiona has already passed avway without Electoral: repre sentatio occqupying that place in theo deliberations of our Parliament whicha its importanro demands. it. naturally follows that to secure a full ansi fair repreoeotntion for this overgrownh electorate thit some steps should: Ibi taken by tho electors of this province, to hrin about tihe' desired oIl, Voryi naturally the small and scatntered towns. look to the larocurou'ntrrsoucih so lairus. dale, lMasr, ann l Sanle to take the., inoitiativ steps. lPerhlalps tih most.. simiple .toole of prootil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 14 September 1882

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION To-xoneow (Fsxrss) the following will be submitted to Public Auction at TirUa, onuneancing at 12 o'clock noon : lIr MEIRna A. I'L.AN & Co.-25 Fat Cows and Bullocks, 150 plolldid Bullocks, 100 magliticont Cows, 100 clixed Cattlo; also, 500 cross-bred Ewes. Br Mlesas. ExatuO , PecK & Co. 200 first-cluse Ilhllocks, 50 largo. Iromed Cows, 45 Fat Bullocks. lY Jolts t. Douocsoucy (in conjunc, tions with It. Guthridgo and Co.) 350 cll-brod Store Cattle, in good condlitioi Tooe JoNes,-IIorses, Fat and Store Cattle, sCe AT SALs on SAoTsniY, Lit lassao. ENosrssu, PeK AND 0,Co. Stur Cattle, Fat Cattle, Mlilhl Cows, IIfors, Steors, Hores,s &o. 5 s 5lnSot. N, GesT'moce AN, Co. Fat and Storo Cattle, Milkers and Sprngers, Shop and Lambs, Pigs, RAILWAY NOTICE. Trains now leave Saen at 7.65 am. and 4.47 p.m. They are due at Senn at 1.45 p.m. and 10.35 p.m. Trains loavo Melbourno at 7.40 n.m. and 4.27 p.m., and are duo in Melbourne at 2.0 p.m. and ...

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THURSDAY, 7TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 14 September 1882

THUnsDAY, 7TH ScrErTMBR. Presernt-Orse Tandy (president), Davis, Eaclea, Horatman, Willianse, and Linton. .COROESPOTDENCE, From N. R. Nicholson, Bsindalaguas, drawing the couricil's attention to the had state of the drain at the head and sidea of his paddock, and requesting that the same may he made good.-A comnmittee, consisting of Ore. Davis and Eccles, to confer with Mr. Nicholson and report: From E. Carmody, applying for 10s for burning the carcaso of a cow which died in Glenmaggie Croek.--Mr. Car mody to be asked who iautliorised expenditure. From the secretary of the Shire of Beechworth, suggesting that the various municipal bodies offelr 2s per hliead for eachenakoe's head killed in the shire. Received. From A. F. Turpin, applying for payment for making a cutting at Blanket Hill, 15 chains long by 6 feet wide.-Not acceded -to, as council should have been consulted previous to expeniditure; engineer to report. SFrom J. Freeman, requesting to le relieved of Ihis contract for ma...

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