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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 October 1882

MELBOURNE. (!Rx OUR own OOCORRaPNDENT.) Wednesday. The report of the Police Commission will be handed in to the Government to-day. All through the disclosures whioh have been, made by the Com mission have been mosb'disgraceful, and refllot great discredit-to use the mildest term allowable-on many- of the ollcners whose nameso have boon. brought in. question; and. further, the proceedings of the Commissioners. are not blameolns. One cannot well fancy a more complete case of ofllcial intimida. tion than the secretary of a coaeminision appointed to enquire into alleged acts of misconduot, writing to ri witnoss requosting certain information, and threatening that witnoes (who was a policenan) with aunmmary punelimlent if Iht disclosed the contentaof the letter domanding theso questions. There is little olso talked about in tlio city just now, but. I suppose tihe publio are getting used to tioe depravity of its public ollicials and tile prostitution of legal' prurogative, so perhaps tlio...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 October 1882

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION To.MOznow (FsIrAT) the following will t sublmitted to Public Auction at Maffra, cPmmencing at 12 o'clock noon : Br MRas. A. M'LA 9 & Co. 20 primo Fat Bullocks and Cows, 30 good Bullocks, 20 do Cows, 30 heod mixed Cattle, 100 StoroBullocks. Also, splundid Villa Residenco in Salo. Br )asmsa. ExBwI n, PCcK & Co. 50 Bullocks, 20 Store Cows, 20 Fat Bullocks. Br M?Esals. G. Ourrvi a A ? Co. Store Cattle, Fat Cattle, Steers, Hofors, & c. TXo?w Joas.-Horses, Fat and Store Cattle, &c. AT SAL oN SATrun rAT. Ur M2S3ss. ENo Iusu, PECK AND Co. Store Cattle, Fat Cattlo, Milch Cows, Hlifers, Steers, Horses, &c. Br M aSsR.. R GUTrIIDos AUN Co. Fat and Store Cattle, Milkers and Springers, Slicp mud Lanbs, Pigs, Iorsos, &c. CHURCH NOTICES. CIuncx or ExoLian.-Parochial Dia. eict of Maffra--Divino Service at St. Johs's Church. Maffra, at 11 .mn. 4d ? P.U ; HIoyfold 11 a,), ; Newry p.m.

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 October 1882

COMMEORC IAI4 IN1'LLIOEGXCE. OlPFSLAND STOCK rEPOrTn. Messrs. R. uthridge and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-Few forward and prices about same as last week. We sold at 3MAita inferior heifers at £3 19s, and pri. vately bullocks to £7. Store cuttle show no improvement since last repart in con. sequence of the continued dry weather and the large numbor coling forward, We sold cows at £2 Ss, £2 7 ; stoors at £315o ; and privately a lot of good con, ditioned cows at £2 15s; milkers and springers in fair demlaud. We sold a number on Saturday from £3 to £0 5e, and privately a lot at L3 10s. Horses. -Domand continues very brisk and good sorts eagerly competoed for, We had our yards full on Saturday-O95 head bailng forward, including a largo proportion of useful animals. MIr. Ewen Cameron's mob sold from £P 10s to £24 10e, averag big £13 16s, another lot of 22 (mcostly young draughts) for same owner from L10 to L2g, averaging LIi? odd lacka L5 to L15 ; draught 18 to L27. Sheep.--Good demand. Weo s...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 October 1882

Finest Silk-dressed Flour, "F ROb carefully selected wheat; also I h Ie and Pol.Atn, wholosalo Nad retail, at our Steam Mllla, Sale, Mialra, and lIoyflcld. SAWN Tme?ia, all sieos, at thel IIoyAohl Saw Mills. J. d.O. A. ?URPENTER, Proprietors. Triide ' Addresses. J.' G. P ETTIT, VICTO IIALBI REWE RY. I' IIUPERIOD BOTTLED ALE,, . Ld. Sper dozen, quarts; 4 ,. per dozen, i pints, at 'the Brewery,.' d YonK.-lrae?r, StLi S. A .. URICE .COLEIIAN'S.,. iI GIPPSL'AND',f 'BRE'WERY Y AURIOE COLEMAN, while return. , inthanks for the liberal patron- s ago hitherto accorded him, begs to inti- n mato to the public in general that hlio has availed himself of all the recent improve. I nients'ii brewing, and having obtained the t services of a skilled -homo brewer, and by I using only the best materials the market can aford, nhe in a position to supply an t articl unsurpasoedin the district. Y ,Salo, 30thM arch, 188 ': 51. ':' "P THEE , a M AF FRA -SPECTATOR" - . , D'OBNEN AL.-. .... .. , J pRI N TING...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 October 1882

MELBOURNE" OATTLE REPORTS. (Br ELusernto TafIRRAPII.) Wednesday Evening.. Messr.. A. M'Loan and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-1,250, headt-yarded, the bulk being from Queensliind andN.S.W. Best quality sold fully up to last week's quotations; other sorts easier. Woe sold Mr. Daniel's bullocks to;ll 5s, aver aging, LB Os 3dL; Macfarlano's cows, to L9, averaging' L5. 18s 3d; Foely's bullocks, to L9 ; and calves at 25a Messrs. Ryan and Hammond report: -Fat Cattle..-1,249 were penned; nearly 900 Queenalanders and N.S.W., balance Victorian. Market firm ; prices l0s higher, Beat pens bullocks to 15 guineas. Fat Sheep.-16,600 yarded, chiefly merino from Riverina; market dull,, prices 5d lower. Best merino wethors (in wool),. 15s; shorn, 10s; beat cross-bred wethers (shorn), 13s. We sold 3,000 from Nocoleoke,.N.S.W. Fat Lambs.-6,500 to hand; market dull fully 2s lower. We sold 600 for different owners. Messrs. Powers, Rutherford and Co. report as follows-1,250 head of cattle yarded : only one lot...

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MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 4TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 October 1882

K AFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNsEDAY, 4Tir OrTOnn.,. Present: The President (Cr. Landy), Ora Davis, Horstman, Eccles, ?~l-. liams, and Linton. - CORRESPONDENSC From Wmin. Coridas, asking for ex tension of time for three weeks on his contract at Brewery Creek Bridge, owing to having met with very hard rock in the cutting.-Granted. From Euphemia Campbell, Bundala gush, drawing Council's attention: to embankment and cutting made by James Muahon on the road opposite her paddock,, and requesting Council to interfere, as there would be the means of sweeping off her house, cattle, and everything.-Surveyor to report, and counsel's opinion, to 'be taken in the matter. From E. M'Intyre; calling attention to the impassable state of a gully on the road leading from the quarry at Freestone Creek to Briagolong, and re questing it to be put in a condition for traffia-Held over until next meeting. From E. Martin, junr., re exchange of roads through his land, and stating if the arrangement is not carried...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MAFFRA CHORAL SOCIETY'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 October 1882

M.AFFRA CHORAL BSOCIETY' CONCERT. The third invitation concert of the above society was lihold' at the Shire Hall' on Monday evening. Unfortu. nately, the weather during the early part of the evening was anything: but propitious, consequently; though a good 'liouse responded to the invitations of the various members of the society,. solii' of 'the principal performers whose names were denoted on the programme were unable to attend. The absence of 'Mrs. 3. .M'Lean caused great disap. 'pointment, a number. of the audience having, faced. the inclemency of the evening:'on purpose ton hear her fine richvoice. Everything was. got up in a most preditable manner. -The hall was suitably prepared; programmes 'printed on colored slips'were provided ifor the information of the' audience, and invitation tickets were likewise printed, a number of which. each member of thle society was empowered .to circulate at pleasure amongst his friends. The entertainment opened with Bishop's splendidly arrang...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 October 1882

Auctions. FAT AND STORE CATTLE. MAFtRA, .FRIDAY, OCT. 13, A M'LEAN and CO. will Sell at their 20 Prime Fat Bullocks and, Cows.. 30 Good Bullooka. 20 Good Cows. 30 Head Mixed Cattle. 100 Superior Store Bullocks 4 years, in goo condition.- -_ ,.' -. 100 Grahd Bullocks, from Glenrfolloch. 30Coa ow,,. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, OCT. 13. SPLENDID VILLA= RESIDENCE IN SALE. +:M'L.EAN and CO. have been in structed by Mrs Allen (who is leaving Sae) to sell by auction on the above date 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, garden, orchard, o., &, allshin splendid order. . Also, at a future date The whole of her Household Furni. ture and Effects .PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MAFFRA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 2S CLEARING-SALE or HORSES FROM BYRON LODGE. A MLEA! and CO. will sell at their 35 splendid Horses, consisting of Indian, 'bus, half-draught colts and Allies (3 years), also a few mares with foals ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 October 1882

.oacheOS, &c. o~OB and CO.'s COACHES leave CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.nm daily (Sunday excepted), arriving at . innsd11o.at-7.30 %1,_ i m orma ton atF a 'O . Office, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. Sale to MIat>a and Newry i ROYAL; iMAIL.<i": . FISHER'S ' eomfortably covered J. COACH will RUN DAILY between the above places, leaving Newry daily" at 9.15 am., Mafa r11.15 a.m., arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return thresamo day, leaving Sale at- 2.30,,arriving at 1ffra 4 p.m., and Newry 5.d30 pm. .1 'Passengers and, parcels.booked at the following places : Sale, T. Duggan's Critfrrioi Hotel; Iraffra, Winm. Bannister's CamdenHotel'; and at Rawlin's Nowry,Hotel. : . All panels loft for conveyance mut ,be prepaid, otherwise they: will notbob.for warded. - J. FISHER, S. Proprietor. HEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. "mHE Conveyance between the above P places will be DISCONTINUED until further' notice.? "Any paiels. that c·n be forwarded on...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 12, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 October 1882

THE THURSDAY MORNINO, OCT. 12, 1892. The fifth and last number of Nellie Gray, by local authoress, appears in our fourth P'e,. In announcig the conclusion of NUlly Gray, it is only fair to tho authoress to chronicle the faot that many of our rouer have exprossod thoe pleasuro that s been affou4e4 tthpm by, the porusal of this lttlo story, 8 . a. FoilehonfOld, who is lopving the distict, announcos. by advortiuomont in our columns that he la now offoring a lsndld assortinont of goods at greatly ,ndu(o prices. Mr. Follohenfold Is obout to lvo the. distrlct, and is dotorminod to slorfloo tho wholo of Irie etock at n po t reductiLn. Tenders will be. received at the Shire Oflices up to 11 a.m. on Friday next, for a number of works in various parts of the shiro. A list of the required contracts is published elsewhere. For the infornation of those subscribers who may not have received our last wook's supplement (containing the report of the moting of the Maflsa Shire Council), we leavoe re-...

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THE HORRORS OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 October 1882

THE lHORIORIS OF WVARI The "Central News" correspondent, writing from Alexandria, 'gives, in a vivid description of the scenes of butchery and outrage which he wit nessed during the massacro of Euro peans, the following 'sketches:'-" By mid-day I counted not less than eighty yfive corpses carried past in groups of three or four. Each procession was headed by two womun, carrying each a bludgoon, to which dismembered arms and legs were tied; then followed other women uttering cries of joy, the same as at weddings, and surrounding tie bodies, which were dragged along by ropes tied to the legs until they I,ecame disiiieoibered. Then a rope was ahifted to the other limbs, and the unob with bludgeons best the bodies uti .. they were flattcnod, and lafterwards cauight up the viscer with stist icks, throwing tiheas at the 'vindows of the Ioss it'.in habited by Europeans, the bodies hasv ing previousl ybeen robbed. A lolice Isispector appropriated the money .and valuablos. Tor the other loot...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 October 1882

Two men and a kitten are soon to start in IR dory from Bath; -[aiie, U.S.A., for Haire, France,' and thora. is, in the neighborhood of Bath, a con siderable feeling of anxiety concerning the fate of the kitten. A contemporary says, "Mrs. O. Leah Margarine has a wide circle of friends in this community whom she visits frequently. Her friends consider her the creme de la crlme;; butter her enemies think differently.

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THE EGYPTIAN AS A SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 October 1882

THE EGYPPTIAN AS ASOLDIER. The following- has been received from a correspondent who has had consider ablo experience inttho'Eastern wara:- A not unimportant, element in the consideration of the Egyptian. question is the ovalue of the Arab, as fighting material. Of the .wretches: who beat out the brains of so many Europeans, eaught by surpriso and unarniqd in the late Alexandriati riots, ono'mny jildge by what took place, in the course of tliiem. On the great square of.Alexan dria'soiho 00'of' these patriotic pro testers agaitst the rule of the various the foreigners were engaged in hunting Europeans, whlen four attendants of the tribunal rushed out. of their sanc tuary 'with drawn swords, and the whole 200 took to preiipitate flight, leaving, the squaroioempty. of all:but the dead'iand wounded and -the. four inessengers of 'justice: Without some firn assurance of support of mustafiz or nioosi it is quite certain lhat none of the 'rabble would dared haveo raised a hand against a for...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 October 1882

MELBOURNE. (Fnoa oUv owun Co1uur.PONDON.) Wednesday. The lRailway Bill is still dragging its tortuous length through the Assembly. Soule long and fruitlnua duhatllg was don lst light, ove\'r the proposal for the iunclusion of a.lilne from Creswicl: to Dayledford. The lino would in all probability have been included, but for the opposition of the Sanlldhurst lolm hers, who,, lbing disulppointrd- in their own lie, sonelill doeterminied& thatlll no uIn? lines should ire'eive considnlratioll.. Considerabllulo llllllamullntllL wall clluml h, the !ta?tleient of :iMr. 11. It. \V ii. linens (oni of theSonuhurost mmuhors) who oill that thie mi ?nillihtl of iliways t'uhog?hl dliuspl.'bli ,g of i tihonlf . duloRi. hlid hlllltlelf Sh pllt ''. L on the Bill then before the HIouse.. This was too much for the IHon. Thomas,. who voted against overything for the rest of the evening. A number of influential gentlemen left M?elbourne by this morning's train. for Gippslnnd, for the purpose of a...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 October 1882

MELBOURNE CATTLE' REPORTS. (BTr ELEornoI TRnEonRAPX.) Wednesday Evening. SMessr. A. M'Loan and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-1,150 head yarded ; prices ruled a shade firmer; best bullocks from L12 to L14; good, LI0 to LI1 ; medium, L8 to L9; light and inferior, L5 to L6; cows, from L3 to L10, according to quality. Messrs. Peek, Hudson and Raynor report :-Fat Cattle.. - A moderato supply, viz., 1,150, about one-third of which were from Queensland, the balance from Riverina and Victoria. There was a good attendance of buyers, and the market opened brisk, with a good demand throughout, at an advance of 10s. We quote best bullocks from L13 to L14 17s; good, from L10 to L12; second, from L8 to L9; inferior, from L5 to LG; best cows, from L9 to 'L10; second, LG 10s to L7 10s; inferior, from L3 to LB. We have sold a few for Meosrs. Calclough, Watson, Franenfeder, Parkinson, Moss, Mahor, and others, to L8 17s Gd for cows, and the same for bullocks. Messars. Powers, Rutherford and Co. report as fo...

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POETRY. A SISTER OF CHARITY'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 October 1882

POETRY. A SISTER OF CHARITY'S STORY. All cold and lone on the ground weno found him; The, bravo young spirit had passed away; 'And as we folded his cloak around him,' We thought how nobly hle fought that day, Bright drops of dew through the our's wero gleaming That lay caressing the boyish brow; Oh, that pallid face in the moonlight beaonming Is ever rising before me now I A broken sword near his hand was lying, His mother's picture-a lock of hair ' While to his heart he clasped when dying The little cross that she used to wear, That fair young head on the ground re posing, The whito face turned to the starlit skies, How still it lay, while strange hands wore closing The drooping lids o'er the once bright eyes ! 'Twas thouen we thought how that light foot never Again should boat on the cottage floor The joyous laughter was hushed for over That blithely rang through the open door. 'Twas then we pictured his mother kneoling To kiss the pillow his cheek had gpssed; From happy comrades ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 October 1882

(COMMEROIAL INVTELELIGENCE. ----o OIPrSLAND STOCK REOarTS. Messrs A. PI'Loan and Co., of Mtfran, report :-A fair number of cattle for warded. We yarded 450, and all cleared wit the exception of a very few. On ac count of the extreme dry harsh weather, stores were easier than on previous Fri day. Fat cattle showed a slight improve ment. We sold fat bullocks, medium weighot and quality, at from LO li5s to L8 5s, cows, L4 5s to L5 15s, vealors L1 9s to LI. Store Cattle.--Wo sold for E. Riggall Esq., 100 bullocks at L4 10s, and steers at L4, cows L2 12s. We soldother lts of bullocks at IA, L4 4s, L4 Gs, IA10s, and LI 15s; steers, from 1 to 3k at L1 Is, lO 10s, L113s, L116s, L1 178 Gd, L2 Ils, 12 17s Gd L3 2s, Li 4s, L3 15s, and Li 1Ts; cows, l 13s to L3; milch cows, 2 lOs to L4: Messrs. English, Peck, and Co. report : -Fat Cattle.-No really fat cattle forward medium and inferior bullocks and cows were slightly better in price this week. Bullocks sold from Li to L7 10s, cows IA Ss Gd to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 October 1882

ESTABLISHED 1749. J. W BENSON, WTATOH Ans CLOCK MAKER to -'the QUE EN anod ROYAL FAMILY, and by Special Appointment to H.R.H. the Prince of Wnles, H.LM. the Emperor of Russia, the Malhjarah of Burndman, and to several Indian'Princes. PRIZE MEDALS-' LoNDoo, DO unBLN. An PAUn BENSON'S Clocks-for Churches, Turrets, or Public Buildings, Dining or Drawing Room, Library, Carriage, Church, Hall, or Shop. Perpetual Calendars, Wind Dials, do. Artistic English Clocks, decorated with Wcdgwood.and Wares, designed to suit any style of furniturn; also as novelties for Presents., Made solely by Benson. From £515 B EN O N'S Gold Jewellery, of the richest and most exquisitoe designs, with Monogramns, Crests, and Devices, Enamolledin Colours aftbr designs by the most accomplished Artistsin the Precious Metals : Brooches, Bracelets, Necklaces. Lockets. Rinms, and all kinds of bijouteris as supplied to Members of the Court and other Dis tinguished Personages. BENSON'S Watches of every description, suit...

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HEROISM OF A YOUNG LIEUTENANT IN THE CRIMEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 October 1882

IIEROIS3M OF A YOUNG LIEU TE ANT IN TilE CRIMEA. "Shortly after a recconaissancc a soldier of a line regiment and two gunners, who had just been flogged for. drunkenness,deserted tothoenemy. Tlhe account which must have been given hby. them of the reduced state of thie British force was presumed to have added a final impulse to the in tention of delivering an attack on its right flank with 40,000 men. An attempt was meanwhile made ,hn.its left flank with 5,000 Russians, as if to feel the strength of the lines. 'It was frustrated by the heroic conduct of a young lieutenant Three regiments of infantry with eight field-pieces emerged from the suburbs of Karabelnaya. A picket of the 49th Regiment was posted on that side.. Its only officer-i as Lieutenant Connolly. He commenced firing ons the Russians as soon as they came eithili range,b and kept up his volleys until his cartridges were ex hausted. ,Theni with his, sword. high above: his hed, he dashed forward shouting to his men to char...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 19 October 1882

BIRTH. MORONEY.-On tho 15th inst., at Maffra, Mrs. P. C. Moroney of a daughter.

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