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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 October 1882

Trade Notices. GREAT SALE ! S. FEULAUENFELD Will positively; LAVE ,MAFRA .ns soon as ithe.' greater portion of his valuable and NEWLY.' SELECTED TOCK of O .'.,. DRAPERY,.CtIoHIHO BOUTS:' AND SHOES& Is CLEAlEI.) OFF-oven before expiration of Leasa GREAT SACRIFICE It ALL. GOODS AT YOUR OWN PRICE, ANL NO REASONABILE QFFER REFUSED. 70 MELBOURNE TRIMMED HATS to select from, at prices from 4s. each, and worth as much again, First-class Calico Sd. per yard Fine washing Prints 4d. First-class Hollands, 4dI. Heavy Chinese Silk, for dust eloaks, la. Gd. per yard. Splendid Moleskin, Is. 2d. pcr yard. Corsets, 2s. 3d to6s. Gd.; worth double the money." : ' All Linen Tic Ild, Black Lyons Silk, beautiful quality, 5e, Gd per yard; usual price 8s Gd. .'CL'OTHING.:', Men's and Youths' Suits from 20s, Men's Hats, 3o.;Gd Trowsers and Yeats, Its. 6d, Tweed Coats, lined, 1a. 6d. Isn fact, all the OLIOTLING and SHIRTS much Bsrxow Cosat TxO Cr.swaa ,. saBOOTS AND SHOES Will be offered at prices wh...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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ALLEGED CRIMIAL ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 October 1882

ALLEGED ORIMIAL ASSAULT.. At the Sale Polico Court, on Tuesday,. Patrick Murphy was brought up on' remand; 9arelvwitlLlraving committeec a criminal asariult on a little, girl of tender years. . The evidence of the child, her. motlher, and a neighbour named Adams was most conflicting and contradictory on thie main points of the case, but-Mr. lHowitt, the presiding muagistreto' thought that tihe case was: one-for a jury, and accordingly com mitterltlhe prisoner to take his trial at the. Salo Assizes. In- defending the' accusreed; Mr. Winose read the following: -"The New. Zealand papers report: that a great criminal trial for conspiracy at Wellingtdh; on Gth. October, witlr the conviction of thie two prisoners: Adams (father. rind daughter), for con spiracy to accuso a young man Longhurst of.rppe.of whlich charge, throrigln   their. testimony, the unfortunate young mran was- found guilty and semitenced to. a long termra of penals servitude, together with-two floggmpRge of....

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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NOTES FROM SALT LAKE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 October 1882

NOTES FROM SALT LAKE CITY. -0- A lady who has recently visited the Normon Capital writes as follows: There are hordes of women in Shaker or slat sun-bonnets and calico dresses -scant in length,breadth,and thickness; whole tribes of half-grown boys and girls, hoodlums without any exception; young men sullen and vicious looking; young women, careworn and degraded; every woman with a baby at her breast and two or three hanging on her skirts: more halt, blind, and lame than I ever sawin my life. But the grave of Brigham is dilapi dated to the last degree. Not a wife has placed a shrub or seemingly shed a tear. A commonplace little slab marks the place where the prophet sleeps. IHia grave is distinguished from others by being adorned with the decaying odourous remains of a dead cat and pieces of old dishes. These may strike you as rather unique cemetery orna ments, but I guess, on the whole, they are good enough for the man who placed so low an estimate on woman's character-his nineteen ...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 October 1882

MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. (Br Eryacrno ''TR1K OAPB.).l. - Welnonslday Evening. Mesasr. A. M'ILuan 5ad Co. report: Fat Cattle.-1,400 head yarded; prices fully up to last weeks rates. Best bullucks from L3 to Lif; good,l111 to L1 10s; imedinm,, LD to,LWO0 liglht and inferior, LU 10s to L8.;.cows fromn L3 to LI12, acrordingto quality. 1W sold Mr. Angus Shaw's bullocks'to LIl"ids. Mesasrs. Peak, HIudson and Rayinor report :-Fat Cattle.- 1,400 head yarded, and prices.slightly Imetter than last week's quotations. Best pens bullocks, L13 to L14 10; second, LO to 'L11 l;;best cows, L10 to i12. We have sold 86 for Mr. James Tyson, Heyfieldl, to L14 10Os, averaging L2l 17s 8d, as usual,s topping, the market; 30 nice light.lbullocks for Mr. Ilonald Mannon, Sununerlaee, averaging L10O Id d;. for Mr.rJ. Herken, Newry, at LS 14a lid ; for Mr. Wim; Mansou, Boxthorn, bullocks at.L10, and cows at L5 15is; 45 cows and bullocks froip Urans, lullocks averaging LI,. and cows L10 lle 4d'; 13. from Bonall...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 October 1882

Auctions. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, OOT.. 27. FAT AND STORIEOATTLE, SHEEP, LAND, Em. A M'LEAN and CO. will Sell at their 11. jotd-te 25 Prime Fat Cows and Bullocks. G0 Splendid Bullocks, in good condi tion, 4 and 6 years. 40 Superior Cows. 30 Good Steers, quiet. Also, account P. Bronnran, Esq 180 Magnificent Bullocks, from Glen fern, of the much-esteemed TJ conjoined brand, all 4 and G years, well-grown, nod well-bred. 500 Splendid VWetheors, trom Riverina, well woolled, large, sound, and in forward condition. 40 Splendid Bullocks from thle " Mitchell, Ihalf-fat 40 Splendid Bullocks, largo frames, and in good condition. Also, on account of O'Rourke, Esq., * Manaro 120 Splendid Ilullock,, 4 and 5 years old, well bred, and well grown, LAND.-Halt-ncro in township of Mlaflra, being alloltmoan 12, sOction 33, Matter. No Reripvo. FOR POSITIVE SALE. 160O ACRE PADDOCK, well fenced, ) and portanenttly watered,adjoin ing the 1ED BURN PARKI PROPERTY Apply to A. M1LEAN & CO., Or at this ofllicoe....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 26 October 1882

BIRTH. KISS - On the 24th inst, at Mafra, Mrs Wm. Kiss of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 November 1882

Trade Notices. GREAT SALE 1 S. FELCHENFELD Will positively Ik'Avi MApFrA as soon as the greater portion of his valuable and NEWLY. SELECTED STOCR of DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES' Is CLEARED OFF-even before expiration of Lease. GREAT SACRIFICE II ALL GOODS AT YOUR OWN PRIOE, AND NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED. " 70 MELBOURNE . TRIMMED HATS to select from, at prices from 4s. each, and worth as much again. First-class Calico 3d. per yard. Fine washing Prints 4d First-class Hollands, 41d. Heavy Chinese Silk, for ldust cloaks, is. 6d. peryard . Splendid 3Moleskin, s. 2d. poer yardi Corsets, 2a. 3d to Ga. 6d.- worth double the money.. All Linen Tick lld. Black Lyons Silk, beautiful quality, S. Gd. per yard; usual priLco Ba. Gd. CLOTHING. Mlen's and Youths' Suits from 20s.: Men's Hats, 3s. Gd. Trowsrs and Vests, 12sd. j Tweed Coats; lined, 12s. Gd. In fact, all the .C?LOTHINGO and SHIRTS much BELow CosT; o;COLEAR. BOOTS AND. SHOES: Will be offered at prices which must sell them 1 The Ms...

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MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 26TH OCT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 November 1882

IAFFRA SHIRT COUNCIL. TnURSDA'Y, 2GTr OCT. Present-Ora. Landy (president), Davis, Williams, Eccles, Horstman, , and Linton. CORRESPONDENCE. . From N.R. Nicolson, complaining _ of the overflow of water from a drain on to his crop, and requesting that same may be remedied.-No action taken. From J. Scott, Briagelong, asking c6uncil to consent to his application to department to purchase a road existing in his holding.-Request acceded to. From Land Surveyor, asking whether the necessity for a road through the land selected under the 49th section, Land Act 1869, by Thos. Hurley still exists, as Hurley is applying to purchase his selection.-Secretary to refer to past correspondence and reply. From H. G. Glassford, executor late J. 0. J. Johnson, re Mewburn Park road exchanges, placing again before the council the question of exchange of roads on the above estate as the only opposition to the same being carried out is now removed, Mr. Gibney having given his consent as per en closed letter...

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COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 November 1882

COMMIENTS ON EVENTS. --0-- ""'I The birds whose music fills the air, Do chirp and chatter hoeedlessly." -ANON. What a queer world this. is in which we live. One. half of us.' (to' which. section I belong). are a good honest, industrious crowd, whilst the other half live by their wits and the follies of others. I have. just been comparing the income of the Archbishop of M3el bourne with. that of J.J. . Miller, the "father!' of sweeps, and I find that the bookmaker, from.his sweep percentages, derives. just L2,200 per annum more than the Lord Bishop. I do not for a moment draw any simile between, the prelate and man of the rin', nor do I lightly mentions the name of Bishop Moorhouse (for whom I have a sincere respect); still it' shows what a mixed crowd of folks inhabit this busy world of. ours. Some seem to seek by care and self-denial the, road to Heaven, while the big' majority are travelling at a hand-gallop to the mother regions; There has been a good deal of talk about prohibiti...

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LATEST NEWS. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 November 1882

LATEST.' NWS. [BY ELEOrOIO TELEoRAPII. (PRoS OUR OWN CORnEPONDEnT.) MELBOURNR, WVdnesday Evening. A deputation from the A?affra Shiro Council, consisting of Messrs. Davis, landy, .and E?cles,- introduced by Mesrs M1'Kean and Wallace, M.LA.'e, waited upon the Commissioner of Lands to-day re certain road' exchanges in the Tinamba portion of your shire. The Minister informed. the deputation that 'he would urge their petition upon. his colleagues, by whom ha might safely say it would receive favorable con sidoration. " . - The deputation were subsequently introduced to the Minister of Railways .by Mr. A. M\'Lean, M.L.A., for the purpose of asking that cattle yards be established at Hoyfield on the'comple tion of the railway line now in course of construction. Mr. Bent promised to comply with the request. It is rumored in political circles that Mr Geoe. Davis, of MafFra,, intends opposing the Hen. Wm. Pearson for the Gippsland Province at the forth coming election for the Legislative Cou...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 November 1882

MELBOURNE. (r0ox ovR own ecoBBaro?w~sN.) Wednesday. As for week's past there has been little, talked of in the city but the Mel bourne tip, so to day itis the theme'of general conversation, . Tipsters, one and all, have been very wide of the mark, and again the long suffering public have to "shell out" to the hawks. The victory of The Assyrian has saved the bookmakers, for had one of the four popular horses comerto the front it would.have fared pretty hard with the ring after the victory of Navi on Saturday. It is certainly a matter of wonder that so many of the public are found ever ready to be fleeced for. how rare an occasion it is for " the favorite" to win. But so many people get the straight tip that to lose the opportunity of making a cool thousand, as they think, seems a sin. Both houses of Parliament took holiday yesterday, as is the fashion at Cup time. On re-assembling this afternoon, the firest orders of the day in the Legislative Conncil will be the Railway Construction...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (ARGUS.) LONDON, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 November 1882

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMIS. (AnoRs.) LoNnoN, October 30. If. Olemenceau, theo well-kenown "Radical leader inl France, liae declared that England was.. perfeootly riglit to refuse the re-establishmoent of the dual control in Egypt. Further-devolopements of the revo lutionary movement have taken place. ,Archbishop Lion, of Paris, lies received letterstlireatdning hini with death, and fresh discoveries of dynemito have been made. A Pullman'si saloon' car, attached to the Scotch express on the midland railway, caughl fire while the traint was on a journey. One, passenger was burnt. The colliers of the United Kingdom who have been demanding an advance of 15 per cent. in their wages,. are now offering to compromise for an increase of 10 per cent. : SThe Gulf of Finland, s.s., bound from Liverpool and London for Ade. laido and Melbourne, which went ashore' on the island of Jobul Zoogur," in the Red Sea, is breaking up. The Schoik. :Abeidullah, leader of the Khurdish insurgents, who recently threa...

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(AGE.) LONDON, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 November 1882

(AGO.) LoxNoN, October. 30. Great excitement' still prevails throughout the country concerning the discovery of extensive revolutionary designs of the Socialists. Much alarm is felt, although the the military.authorities have made ex tensive preparations to meet possible contingencies... At Lyons, where numerous arrests were made yesterday,the greatest ex citement still prevails. Trade is! comnipletely paralysed, and much uneasiness is felt in consequence of'the fears entertained about the. ex-. tensivo nature of the plot, formed by the Socialists. Lord Wolseley, the commander of the British troops in Egypt; was to-day presented to her Majesty at Balmoral Castle. Her Majesty peracnally thanked Lord Wolsely for the distinguished services he had rendered to the nation during thg Egyptian cnampaign. . A Bedouin Arab has surrendered himself to the party sent in search of Professor Palmer and the two British Officers despatched in August last from Alexandria into the interior to secure c...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 November 1882

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENAE. 0IPMILAND sTOCK REPORT,. Messrs A. Md'Lean and Co., of Maffra, report :-A large number of cattle forward and a marked improvement in prices of all sorts, especially stores. Fat Cattle.-We sold fat bullocks at LG, L7 7s Gd, L7 10s, L7 12s Gd, L7 17s a d, andL8 2as d; cows, IA 12s Gd, LI5 s, L5 7s ld, L5 10s and LG 5s; young heifers, L3 2s 6d ; vealers, L1l10s, LL 13s, and L2 ls. Store Cattle. \-Wu yarded a lurge number, all bullocks with the exceltion of a few odd cows. We sold 150 Glenfern bullocks at L5 13s all round; 110 for E. O'Rourke, Esq., loanaro, at L5 all round; 130 Yourung bullocks at L4 la, L4 1ls, and I4 15s; Tinamb bullo,eks, LO 8s (in forward con aition) ; and several other lots at L4 7s, IA 12s, L4 13s, L4 15s, L4 18a, to L5 12s. hi; steers, LI 17s Gd, L2, and L 5Is, these were from one to two year ; and a hi towe, at L1 17s Gd, L2 7e ld, L2 lOs, S115s, and L3 7s Gd. Land.-We have re art hving sold on account of James Glbney, Esq., of Mfafra, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 November 1882

Races. ....... .......'........;.. .......?'..... .rFFRA" JUNIOR RACE [ -'OLU B, To take place at 51VERSDALE (TINAMIBA), On TgURSDAY, vDr NOVE?MBER, 1882. 3MAIDEN PLATE, Of £5. About one mile and a half. For allhorsos that never won an advertised prize. Weight for ago. pRINCE or wVALS' BIRTInAY GOrr, Of £8. For all horses to be handicapped by the stoevards, or whoin they may appoint. Distance about. two miles. Swoop of Oe. each to go to second hored. HEnDLE RACE, of £8. Distance about two miloao over eight leaps about three feet six inches hi-gh, Welter weights for age. HACK RACE, Of £3. For all bona flde hacks to be approved of by the stowa ds, or whom ihoy may appoint. The MIaDtra Turf Club rules will be strictly adhered to unless otherwise specilied. In all cases the decision of the stewards ohall be final. Entries for the above races (with the exception of the Hack Race, which will be post entry) to be made on the night preious to the races, at Knox's fMetro olitn Hotel. All ent...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 November 1882

MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. (Br ELEornI Tltr.0onAP.) Wedneoday Evening. Messrs. A. M'Lean and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-1,500 head forward, being light supply; there was a .further 'advance of 10s. to 15s. on lna~t week's high rates. We sold Mr. Jas. Boland's. bullocks to £10 12s Gd; Mr. Moore's to £11 15s, anid cows at.£7-10s;. Mr. Shaw's bullocks to £10 7s Gd ; Mr. Wrigglesworth's to £9 12s" 6d; and Ryan's to L10 Os. Messrs. Peck, Hudson and Raynor report :-Fat Cattle. - 1,150 head of cattle yarded; the trade were bare of stock end consequently competition was keen at 20s to 30s advance from last week. None prime yarded. We quote best bullocks, £15 to£16 7s Gd; second £10 to £12 ; others £5 to £8; cows, £4 to'£11.' We sold 42 for Mr. M. Mackintosh, bmullocks, to £9' 15s, averaging £9 5s 9d, cows to £7 7s 6d, averaging £.6 12;. 11 bullocks for Mr F. Schroeder, to £11 10s, averaging £10 15s Gd; 10 do for Mr. W. Merry, at £11 10s; 10 do for Mr. John Reid, to £12 15s, and 10 others to £9 ...

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V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. CUP DAY—TUESDAY, 31ST OCTOBER. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 November 1882

V.1.0: SPRING MEETING.. CUP DAY--TwosDA, 31sT .OrCorE.. (rsox oUn own COneESroNDENT.) M mTo7neeuoEN; Wednesday.. The' great race of the year is over,. and, 'usunal, everybodtj.cries, "Who'd ha tliought it,"' for the outsider who. has done the bookmalerse sucl a gooed turn, and fleeced'the publicn most un mercifully, was never thought of in the betting; and 100 to 4 could.have easily' been had at the sta{ting post. Tuesday' Imornihg--tho long and anxiously awaited "Cup" day-brokeo most. favorably.. There was liardly, a cloud in the sky, and the hearts of the belles de: fashion were much rejoiced ,by.the as-. pect which, alns.l as the after part of= the day proved, was most deceptive.. About 70,000 persons were present to. see the day's racing, the stand, hill and flat being one dense mass of human life,. who looked like a mighty swarm of bees. No accidents worthy of 'mention. occurred, and'but for the rain and. the. public disappointment over the Cup winner, the day's racing was most...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 November 1882

Coaches,.: &c. ` OBB and CO.'s COACHES leave C CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAll1NSDALE, :.45 p.in.. daily (Sunday excepted, arriving at Jiairnstalo at 7.30 p.m. Faro, 10s. All information, &c., at Cobb and Co.'s Oficee, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. Sale to Maffra and Newry ROYAL MAIL . J FISHER'S comfortably covered . COACH will RUN DAILY between the above places, leaving Nowry daily at 9.45amn., Maffra 11.15 a.m., arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.nm, and return the same day, leaving Sale at 2.30, arriving at Mat?rra 4 p. n., and Nowry 5.30 p.m. Passongers and parcels booked at the following places : Sale, T. Duggan's Criterion Hoel; MInrra, WmI. Bannistor's Camden o l; and at Rawlin's Nowry Hotel . All parcels left for conveyanco mus be' prepaid, otherwise they will not be 'or warded. , .. FISHER; Proprietor. IEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. THE Convoey ce between the shove places will be DISCONTINUED until further notice. .Any parcels, that can be forwarded on...

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GIPPSLAND GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 November 1882

GIPPSLAND GUN CLUB. The following entries have been received by Mr. Treloar for the opening match of' the season to take place on Nov., 16, at Mr. Swan's paddock, on the Stratford. road. The handicaps will be published one week before the match. J. Allan : W. Latham P. Baylis N. M'Lean G. Baylis J. M'Lean. W. Bryan T. Mackintosh S. Bassford E. A. Paterson G. Carpenter W. P. Phillips A. Carpenter A. J. Palmer A. Clues H. Reynolds F. Fenton J. Swan *A. Francis H. Sunderman P. Harbeck S. F. Treloar A. Johnson-Boe Major Wilson W. Kerr F. Webb   P. King S. Drakeford H. Luxford *J. Gloster.   *Assumed names. It may be modest to take a back seat, but don't let the owner of the chairs catch you at it.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 November 1882

Auctions. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, NOV.. 3. FAT AND STORE CATTLE. SM'LEAN and CO. will Sell at their yards- 25 Prime Fat Bullocks and Cows. 40 Good Bullocks, quiet. 30 Good-conditioned Bullocks, from upl-country. FOR POSITIVE SALE. 160 ACRE PADDOCK, well fenced, and permanently watered, adjoin ing the MEWBURN PARK PROPERTY Apply to A. M'?EAN & CO., Or at this office. HABVING Established a Branch of our Business in Melbourne we are now prepared to hold WEEKL1y 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 uceion. We are also 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. nO .cs. (48 Queen-st., Melbourne. -" :'- `Johnson-street, 3Lz'rs. A. M'LEAN & CO. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, NOV. 3. ENGLISH, PECK and CO. will Sell at their yards, Johnson-street, on the above date For...

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