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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 21, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 September 1882

TIIHE THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 21,1882 SOME months ago we advocated through the msedium of our Icading columns the aestablishment of a Post Offico Savings Bank at Maifra, pointing out the mani fold advantages to be reaped by the rising generation from such a step. We regret that our romnrks have not so far borno any fruit, still we cannot, injthe interests of our little comnmunity in general, allow such a boon to be lost for the sake of a little remindor. Now that the new building, which is to servo the joint purposes of Post and Telegraph Ollico at Matlra, is drawing towards completion, an oxcolloit oppor tunity affords itself of having the ollco of a Savings Bank included in the building. The expense would bh a very trifling addendum to the contract sum, and there is little doubt that if th mpatter is laid before our. indefatig able member, Mr. A. M'Lean, heo will with his usual enorgy, beo glad to aid the novemont by every means in his poweor. The olbject is so easily attained and...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 September 1882

MELBOURNE GATTLE REPORTS. (BR Eaearnio Tar.oi. apLir.) Wednesday -EYoning.. 1,curs. A:M'Loen anade'Co.,rport: Fat Csattle.-',370 head yarded, more. than hallfbeing northern. cattle;, prices were a shade easier.. We sold. Wood side'bullocks to £14 78 Gd.; Boland's. to £11 15i; M'Cole's and Brearton's,. £8 5s8; D' Mi'CoIe'i at £9 2s Gd, and. cows to £7. 1Os;; light weight'bullocks. from .Wasrrgul. to. £8, and . cows, at £7 7eG d Bloro's and Shaw's bullocks and: cows at full market rates;.' also calves at £2 3S each. Messrs. Ryan and Hammond report:; -Fat. Cattle. -1,370 were penned, quality chiefly medium, and market equal:to last week'sbest quality; others slightly lower; best bullocks at £16' 17s 10d. Wa sold 37 bullocks. from Mewburn Park, averaging £11 16s. Fat' Shoop.-12,870 yarded, chiefly Riverina lots;' prices lower; beat crossbred wothers 22s to 24s;" prime marino wothers. 1s to 18o. We. sold. 480 merino wethers for Fanning and Nankwell at 18s; 200 crosobreds for Mr. Rutledge...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 September 1882

OOMMENTS ON EVENTS. "The birds whoso music fills the air, Do chirp and chatter heedlessly." -Anox. Mr. Peter CidopeiiOll's. connubial folicity neems,, like hik popularity, to have' been vorykllort liveul' On tihe lst of this month' ain announcement appearedlin the marriage'notices'of' theu leading' metropolitan' papers. setting. forth 1thoiiitelligence of this great man's marriage ' witli anEiiglisah lady." ' On thei" 14th inst;. 'only thirteen days after hne hladlieen'made liappy. for life, thisilgoal. gentleman actually' nrbelled against the universally acknowledged government' obf thei fair sex,. and we now read of- his having separated from the partner of his joys and sorrows in the following peremptory notification: -I" I will neither pay nor be answer able from this date for any debts which may be 'contracted or incurred by my wife,, Elizabeloth Agnes Campbell, of Melbourne,' who signed a mutual 'deed of separation' on the 9th inst. P.TER CAOMPELL. Melbourne, 12th Sept., 1882....

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PIGEON MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 September 1882

PIGEON MATCIE The following are the entries and; handicaps for the Pigeon Match to be shot off on the 28th inst. at Mr. Swan'k. paddock, on the Stratford Road. It has been decided that in the event of all the members accepting, the. money he divided into five prizes. The. Gun Club dinner will be held on the, same evening at the Criterion Hotel:- yds. S. F. Treloar ... 30 F. Fenton ......... 30 aH. Reynolds. ... ... 30 J. Allan .. .. ... 28 G. A. Carpenter ... ... 28 Major Wilson ... ... 28 J. Varney ...... ... 26; J. Colegatb... ... ... 26. A. E.Johnsh B.... B . ...' 2 -ayliss ... ... ... 25 J.Lrr. ..r : 2 N. M'Lean E. A. Paterson 24' P.C G. King. 24 F. Webb 24 T.. M'Intosh.... ...;,.. 24' J. Swan ..., ... 23 H. Luxford'... 23:. A. Clues ... 22 W. Bryant ... , 22 J. M'Lean ... ... ... 22 T. Curran 211. W..Latham ... . .21

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 September 1882

Auctions. : PFAT AND STORE STOCK, MAFFpRA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, M'LEAN and CO. will Sell at their 20 Prime Fat Bullocks and Cows. 40 Grand Bullocks, 4 and 5 )ra, good condition, quiet. 40 Splendid Bullocks, 4 yrs, 20 Cows, mostly milkers. . 20 Good Bullocks, from Seaton, 40 do do, quiet, 20 do Cows. 10 Very superior Milch Cows. 17 Cows, in forward condition, Also, On accagnt of Rev, rF. A. Hgenauer 20 Splendid Bullocks, well-bred, good colours, a grand lot. PRELIMINARY NOTICE, CLEARING -OUT SALE, A M'LEAN and CO. (in conjunction with J. W. Seunioss, EsQ.) are in structed by Thos. Andorson,. Esq., of bells Creek (who is leaving the district), to Sell by Auction at an early date, of which due notice will be given All his Household Furniture and Effects, Live Stock, &c., consisting of home flok and cross-bred owes (about 500); also, 100 bullocks, 50 cows, also young stock; buggy, carriage, harness horses, draught stock (from yearlinge upwards); also, brood mares, backs, ate., all ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 September 1882

Coaches, ab. COBB and CO.'s COACHES - leave CRITERION HOTEL SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. doily' (Su0cdy excepted), artiving at Bairnedalo at 7.30 plee. Fare, lla All information, &c., at Cobb and Co.'s Office, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. Sale to Mafftra ani Newry ROYAL MAIL. J FISHER'S comfortably e.ored COACH will RUN DAILY between the above places, leaving Newry daily dt 5.45am., Maffra 11.15 a.m., arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.mi, and return the same day, leaving Sale at 2.30, arriving at fffnra 4 p.m., and Newry 5.30 p.m. Passengers and parcels booked at tlhe following places:- i Sale, T. Duggan's Cditerion Hotel; Ifaffr, WYm. Bannister's Camden Hotel; ndal IRawlin's Nowry HoteL All parcels left for conveyance must be prepaid, otherwise they will not be foe warredde. J. FISHER, Proprietor. HEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. THE Conveyance between the above places will be DISCONTINUED until further notice. Any parcels that can-be forwarded on horeback will be d...

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FARM AND GARDEN FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 28 September 1882

FARM AND GARDEN FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. KvITCnEc GnnaRE5 . This is the busiest month in the yeair for seed sowing; most of the hardy vegetables may be sown, and towards the close of the month tender sorts. Potatoes of all kinds should be planted for main crops. Make a sowing of peas for succession. .Early long pod beans, may still be sown in low.lying ground. Sow scarlet-runners, dwarf French beans, beet, carrot, cucumber, melon, vegetable marrow, pumpkin, onion, .radish, spinach, kidney beans, and pens for succession; mustard and cress should be sown overy fortnight; sow celery on a hot bed. Prepare the ground at the beginning of the month for the melon and cucumber family, by manuring, diggiig, or trenching. Good ground, prepared in this way, will pro duce fine crops without the trouble of snaking holes and mixingr in composts. Although tomatoes, melons, &c., inay Ie planted out at the end of the month, in warm situations, it is the safest plan to sow of each a few in ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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A VISIT TO BRIAGOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 28 September 1882

A VISIT TO BRIAGOLONG. IBY ZULU. I have long had a desire to.visit 'Briagolong--that village where the mliier seeks the gold that maketh glad the heart of inan-where the grazier swells his purse,; and' the hop-grower makes all- men' drunk, 'and is merry hinsclf over the general' 'jubilee. Well; the general gratification of this desir was altbrdled noe on Friday last, for as Ilsat pondering. over things in general a knock camloto the apartiment which serves the ulnnifold. purposes of dining-room, parlor study and smoking room, and the next minute an. old! friend and .1 were in converse. 1: remarked that I had just been longing; for the lamp of Aladdin that I might; instruct my genii to procure for mea the menans of' reaching Briagolong,, where there was 'to-night to be a. jollification. N3uce to my delight my friend assumed the rdlb of the genii andi offered me a seat in. his buggy, which,. by solna special decree of kindly prori donee, hiapponedt to hlie just. on the point of starti...

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MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING. MONDAY, 25TH SEPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 28 September 1882

IsAFRA.SHIRE COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING. MONDAY, 2sTIn SEPT. Present : Crs. Davis, Williams, Eccles, and Linton. Cr. Landy, the President, being unavoidably absent, Cr. Davis was voted to the chair. The special meeting being called for the pur pose of accepting tenders and receiving the report of the committee appointed to confer with a committee of the Rose dale Shire Council, the followiilg tenders were accepted, viz: Forming and draining, Stratford to Bushy Park road, A. Robertson, £93 19s; clearing Stratford to Bushy Road; IE. O'Connor, L32; forming and drain ing and gravelling,. near Amoy's, R. Matheson,. L77; grubbing and clearing Miller's to Harper'sroad, J. Davis, £12.' 19B 8d; repairing, forming, etc., road' from Weir's to Morpllett's, Roberts and' Henderson, O10T 10s; clearing be 'tween Cottle's and Lotton's, E. O'Conor, £32. TIO131s80 RIVcER nRIDOn. Or. Eccles presented the report of the committee appointed to confer with the Rosedalo Shire Council committoeo, ie the Thomso...

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NELLIE GRAY. CHAPTER II.—(Continued) [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 28 September 1882

2NELLIE GRAY. Br K. E. Ii. C rPTEa IL-(Costinued) -I am going now, at once said Nellie. iMy little sisters need me,poor motherless *darlings, and I must have gone anyhow had this not happened. All my pre-. .partions are made, and I just came here for a few moments; I wanted to be alone, and I had no where else to go.': . S"·How far from here did your mother live l". .." About three miles I" " Are you going to walk I" !' Oh no I the stable-loy is going to drive me over. Mr. Benton said he might I". " S,"I have thought of a plan with which I will acquaint you in a fortnight from : to-day, if you will tell nme where I may see you then. And you must promise me not take any other situation in the mean time; I think I can find a pleasant home for you, far, far better than the present one," and he smiled hopefully. "Oh Mr. Grey, you are very kind to take all this care about a little nobody like me. Indeed I could not think of consenting to be such a trouble to you. I am sure you have many ...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 28 September 1882

MELBOURNE CRAIN MARKET. Masora. Graig and Murray hold their weekly grain anlo on Tuesday, 20th inst., and sold as follows: 220 bags English barloy at fs i? d per bushel; do Cap., 4s 8d ; 1,200 hago milling oats at 3a 7d per bushel in bond; good feood, 4s 2d to 4I 3d duty paid; do inferior, 3a I l d. Flour up to Lll 12s (d; Hops up to Is 11id per lb

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POETRY. THE DEMON OF DINGONIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 28 September 1882

POETRY. STHE DEMION OF DINGONIA. A time-worn hut-whose walls and ancient roof Whoso mould'ring door and window. S frames give proof . Of many stubborn tussols with the breeze, That rushes madly o'er the lonesome less. The flapping rags, in lion of panes doth speak . Of Desolation, want and winter's bloak. SA dreary homo, but suits its owner well; For here a demon, human forim'd, doth dwell. A noble river rushes by in front, Upon whose banks this being oft is iont To gazo upon the over-flowing tide, As if Rome kindred spirit there did hide. .Behind a rugged mountain rests its head, Whoso toppling crag's o'orhang the river's bed. SA weird, wild place, and well the objects - mute The lonely habits of this creaturo suit But who is he who wanders 'midst the Strees? The demon 'tis ! Tread softly, lost ho flees. Let's nearer draw, stoop, crawl on hands and knee That we may judge what can this creature be. . Ho halts, at last, beside an aged trunk, ;,,As though Ihis mind in deepest thought ...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 28 September 1882

MELBOURNE. (ROei OUR OwN COiiltI(Ic'ONDET.) Wredliesday. In the Legislative Asselmbly last night a lengtlhnedi. discussion took place over, the recounnitaenet of. the Railway Bil , Severlnd alterations in the original provisions of the bill were olbservable, and one or two proposed new lines have also been inelrted. The Becac anll Scarsdale lines received the warm support of the Ballarat members and its inclusion in the Bill sounded pretty.certain, when, to the surprise of its promoter, the Premier announcend that'tlie Government felt compelledlto oppose the line as they had gone as far as possible this session, in the matter of railway expenditure. A meeting of the Police Commission wvas held at the Treasury Buildings yesterday morniig. Inspector Larner admitted the truth of the charge of borrowing'monoy from publicans, but }pleaded. in defence that he had never allowed himself to be biassed therefrom. Ton charges against Inspector Winch oere laid before tlioe Commission, in explan...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 28 September 1882

COMMBROTAL INTfLLIGENOB. OIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Messrs A. 3i'Lean and Co., of MafTra, report :-A fair supply of cattle forward; bidding not quite so brisk as last week but no material alteration in prices. The fat cattle yarded were mostly inferior to medium quality. We sold bullocks at £7 10s to £9 10s; cows, £3 10s, £3 12s Gd, £4 12s Gd, £5 Bs, to £7 12sa d; store bullocks.at £4 5s, £4 I(is, £5, £5 11s, and £6 is, the latter were from Granmere; young steers, at £2 7s, £2 17,, £3, £3 78 Gd, £3 lOs, and £3 12. ld ; cows at L25s, L2 14s, L2 1is, L2 10s, to L3 7s d d; heifers rnd culls at L1 lls, L1 15s, to L1 18s ; calves at L1 5s, Ll 10s, L2, L2 2s, and L2 3s. On Friday next we shall have a large number of superior store cattle forward, including Mr. Kisa's bullocks, vide advt. Measrs . I Guthridge and Co. report: -Fat cattle easier this week i quality for. ward inferior. We sold at Mafra, hlifera L3 '12s 6d, L4A 15s ; and at Sale, cows, L4 s, AL4 10s, L ; bullocks, L7 2s Od; veal...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 28 September 1882

DEATH. McDONALD. - On the 26th inst., at St. Kilda, John Waters McDonald, late of Bruthen and Maffra, Gippsland, after a painful illness, aged 48. Gippsland papers please copy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 28 September 1882

.J. G. PETTIT, VICTORIA IIt E VERY. C1UPERIOR BOTTLED ALE, ie. 6d. pot dtluzl, gme; 48. pur dozen, pints, li theu Brwryp, Yum-e-wniuzrn, fiLar S Trade Addresses. . " MAIURICE COLEMAL'S I GIPPSLAND BREW ElLY 1 (LAT Ls. M'Ivrm's). S/,rAURIOE COLEMAN, while returnJ !r l ing thanks for tle liberal patron Sago hitherto accorded him, begs to inti Sianto to the public in generalnl that lo lha Savailed hiimself of all the roceuit improve. iments in brewing and liaving obtained the Sservices of a skilled lomeo brewer, and by Susing only the best materials the market Scan laffor, lie inl a position to sapply an a article unsnrpassed in the district. Sale, 30th Miarcl, 188 1. STile , A' M AFFRA SPECTATOR' N E W S P 'AP II. Nso ancseAL JOB , PR I N T N G, SOFFI C E. SMaf'ra, North Gippsland. The Proprietor of the " Hafria Spectator" bego to notify to the ilhabitaints of thei district that lie is prepared to receivo S orders for. ' PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANOIgES. SiTh' Jobbing Plant is replete wi...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 28 September 1882

MELBOURNE 'ATTLE REPORTS. -4-- (Br EL?ornos TALREaRPB.) Wednesday Evening. Messrs. A. M'Loan and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-1,670 head yarded, prices fell about 30s. We sold Mr. Crisp's bullocks to L12 10s, and cows at L7 ; O'Deas, to L13 5s, and Shaw's, and Pollock's bullocks at market rates, also calves from. 30s. Messrs. Ryan and Hammond report: -Fat Cattle.-1,660 were penned, 575 from Queensland and Riverina, balance Victorian; quality medium to good, and prices fully 50s lower. Best pens bullocks to L15 5S, a few to L20. We sold 295 for H. B' Hugner, Queens land, bullocks, averaging L10 10s 4d ; and 50 bullocks from. Mewburn Park. Fat Sheep.-17,496 yarded chiefly from Riverina. Market dull and prices lower. Croas-bred-wethers 10s to 21s; merino wethors, 15s to 17s 6. We sold 200 cross-bred wethors for T. P. Rut ledge to 20s, and 2,000 odd moerino wethers on Boonaka station to lla, shorn. Mossrs. Powers, Rutherford and Co. report as follows-l,672 head of cattle yarded including a l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 28 September 1882

Auctions. 'FAT AND STORE OATTLE. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 29. A M'LEAN and CO. will Sell at their .L yards- 25 Prime Fat Bullocks and Cows. For W. Kiss, Esq. 460 Very superior Bullocks, 4 and'5 years old, well-bred,, good colours, well-grown, all from Begs, N.SW., dairy bred, an extra good lot. For owners 100 Good Store Bullocks. 100 do do Cowdi? 00 Very Superior Bullocks, half-fat. ,. 50 Good Store Bullocks.. For Messrs. Smith, 'of Oarmore- '20"Very superior Bullocks. Account F. Dawson, Manaro '.100. Grand-Bullo6ks, :4,': 5, and 6 yrs. old. Also, -. "80 Good Bullocks, 4 and 5 yrs. 40 ,, ,, ,,, ,, On account of Mr.'T. Mackintosh '20 Grand Springers "'and. Milkers, young. PREII'INARY NOTICE. SPLENDID VILLA RESIDENCE :IN r'LEANand CO. have been in . structed'by'Mrs :Allen (who is leaving Sale) to sell by auction early in October- ' One and a half Acres in the centre of Sale Borough, with all improve' ments, consisting of splendid Brick House of'14' rooms, kitchen, bath rooms, stable, gar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 28 September 1882

Coaches, &c ' ('OBB and CO.'s COACHES loeavo C CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BIRiSDALE, I.45 p.m. daily (Sunday oxCepted), .arriving at Iloarnadolo at 7.30 p.m.., 'aro 10s. All information, '&o., at Cobb and Co.'s Of1ice, Criterion Hotel, Sale.. ROBERTSON, WA(1<is b& CO. Sale to Maffra and ieYw~ ROYALI MAIL. J FISHER'S comfortably . covered SCOACH will RUN.DAILYbotaedion the above places, leaving Nowry daily at .45 am., Maffra 11.15 a.m., arriving: at Salo at 12.45 pin, and return the same day, leaving Sale at 2.30, arriving.at )L9'ra 4 p.m., and Newry 5:30 p;nm. Passengers and parcelsabooked at the following placs : Sale, T. 'Duggan'sa Criterion Hotel; S3affra, Wm. Bannister's Ca~nden Hotel amn at Rawlin's Nowry Hotel.: .: All parel? left fore conveyanco inuat be prmpaid, otherwis0 they will not'.b for J. FISHER, ' Proprietor. "?,HEYFIELD TO MIAFFIIA., -.. T HE Conveyance between the aboveo I plaoces will !. be DISOONTINUED until further notice.. , Any...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 28 September 1882

Government Notices. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTIONS Arno?GarNT OF ADDITIONAL POLLINO PLAOES. A S some misapprehension appears to P. exist as to the course to be taken to obainthe appointment of the additional Polling places necessary for the several Divisions of each Province, it is hereby notiled for general information that, where the residentsin any district consider that sufficiont voting facilities have not etbocn provided, they should forthwith make application for additional Polling pices to the Returning Officer, on whose rcommondation alone the Governor in Council can make the additional appoint mente J. 3{. GRANT, Chief Secretary. Chief Secretary's Office, Melbourne, 8th September, 1882. ALE (No. 5,817) of CROWN LANDS in fee-simple at the Court-house, rralgon, on WEDNESDAY, the fourth day of October, 1882, at 11 o'clock am. TOWN LOTS. cy field, parish of Tinamba, county of Taji.--Upset price, L4 per lot; charge for survey, L1.-Lot 1, area Ir 32p, sloltment 1, section 5. Lot ...

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