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MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 1ST MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 March 1882

MAFIRA SHIRE :COTENCIL. ," O wnB aY, cou anir.. Present;, H 0. Glaseford, Esq. (in the chair), and C WillHam', ori t man, and 'Eccles. , , . The 'fminutes of last " meeting' were read and confirmsed, wheni tie following inward correspondence? was then, road: and dealt with as under:- ', I .From 'J.. Peters, honM eec. Nowry Mechanics' Institute, nakingipenrissioni to make rodwaiiy into the site of the now buildingl by cutting . down ithe footpathL."Grianted.' FromrMargaret Bridgeman, MMefra, stiting she was a widow, and iunable to pay her rates, and asking for remission ofsai?ie.-Rates 'to be remitted. ,Fronm D.. H.L Weir, Newry, asking leave to erect a fence two feet on road at' the west end of allotment 22, for th purposeof protecting livo hedge. Allowed. . :From ,the Maffra'herdsman,'in ex planiation, informing the. Council .that he was unable, to prevent the large flock of sheep depasturing on the towniship'coinmon on the 18thand 19th ultimo, as at the time he' was' engaged savin...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAFFRA TURF CLUB ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 March 1882

1AFFRA TURF CLBIl ANNUAL Sm nass e Ms Messrs. Glsssfssnl, King, L wo, Pa ser, and Johsnassin-sl. SHA.scOAPPr-ls-A. T.t HilL The annual meeting of the above club ?tookplaice on Thursdlay; the 23rd Inst.; on- the NMewbun :Park race course, which H G Glansford, Esq. kindly.:placed at :the; disposal of the club. ":lThe iveather was all that'could Im odesired.? Visitors from all parts of the dlistrtic ereo present and probably numbered, some 800. Great cdit is due to: the .honorary. secretary,. .Ir. GCeo.Davis, and those who assisted him. in conduction t1o ri'ces, as eerything went iff in a maost satisfactory manner. Mrhwin Lowe acted s nstkirter, Mli. A. M'Millan as: judge, Mr.?, John Vishart as clerk of the course, and Mr., If. Carr asoighler. Mr. t M!Doniald's booth-appeared to be. wll patronised, andthere wri e a nuimber of ganiing tables on the ground,! as also a totali sator;'the =proprietor of : which drove a ood trade 'TI o :-cisng throughout was good, the horses arll taking ithe...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MECHANICS INSTITUTE, MAFFRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 March 1882

MROKANICg INT'ITUTBE" t1 A meeting of the connittee of thie above Institutoe took , place. at ;the Shire Hall, Matlra1 on-Tuenday evening,; the 28th Fqlihruary., There were - siet-Mr. P V.0 Motoney '(in 'tho chair) and Mestra J. Carpenter,; F;H. Wallan;. T. Carr, T. SqweU, asid,.rir. J. H. Eceles.. ,; Afterthe pnpliutes of tiq goeir!el4and conimittee meetings ha~d been ,read and confirmed, it was suggeitc' that 'in exchange of; books' should ,be, ndo with the Briagolotig :and 1B3airnedtlo Instieutes. , Theo.i erotargy as accord. ingly instructod lto prepare a ist; of 6bookil' avaiiable"' for''" 'exhaage;:' and wouild be wrilling-to comply..' ieeoonded byMr.i T.' Carr-Tist Mr. P. 0. Morony act as ' resident 'of the Institute fpr1 teo oprrp4 year. Carried."o a ,"~ ., i ! S1)foved` by SMvWdll' , "seonded.i by Mr. F.. ;W?l1im.-l?l.p ,.Th M r. Carr, aot as vice-preside?t.-Carried. 8r, qdvdIc'' F "', I);' Wallacei, seccoied .by Mr.. Cairpty.r -Thiht *the euditod:nooonthe, as prpsouted .an...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 March 1882

'si* p JwMMENT2 O i EVRNTS.', l iTh birdh lhosei music fills tho ai-?,' IDi'chi?'p d lchattaErheldloeuly " II Mr1Pitrhe-'liai'. a' rgtloPr'bid opinioi a Sydney" paper recently i'winch ran' soni~iwhit td'tiis'e ofifect:=:" A" distin: galihel' visitor' frodn: Victoria, 'and' a' Iwell knowii 'niember of tile' bar 'hasn beeiigUilty of 'certuin ne of levitj;tc d: which ivould result in the police interfer ing' had.tlio offender been anyonen'les' but `th ie celobrated defender of" ther -criminal "l?ass "is a nsouree of ' great teor'to the police, who'would" rathir lay the hands on Satan himeclf -Mr: rPurves, very naturally taking thini to' lihself, has demanded ai' apology froi, the ljourial,' hich doubtless will'"ie, couched 'somewhat· in :these, termi. Sir,--Our editor waso wrong ini statinig that the police would rather arirst Sathn thin 'yourself; .we find on referring to those 'gentlemen in" ble,' thate tlihey would' much' prefer dealing with J; L Purves than Satan de .IHades."' IT ,...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 March 1882

Auctions. \ NOTI 0 E. THE SALE of Ohoy-tro"e lat void T Stock is POSTPONED NTor ,oli month, by order of the Executor, J. N. Hassall, Esq. A. M'LEAN & CO. FAT AND STORE CATTLE. ..IAFFIL FRIDAY, MARCH a k M'LEA.anI 00. ill.w Sll. pttheir 20 Primo Fat Bullocks and Cows. 40 Very Superior Bullocks. 30 , ..,,. Cows. 40 Good Steora 55 Mixed Cattle, &c., ;&e 00 Good Steers and Hoiforo. t10 Grand Birkshire Pigs. 25 Superior Porker. : 8 Slips.; .MPORTANT SALE OF LAND, CATTLE, &c. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. A M'LEAR nd O., instructd-by SJ.. ?` Basisbt, Esq., Executor of the late R. Bath, will Sell by Auction during the first week in Maichl,"tho balance of the estate, including 1000 Agres'excellant Freo-hbld Land, known as lChrry-tree Flat, on which the homestead is erected. Also, goodwill of Run. -000 Head of-good Cattle, a largo pro portion of which are nearly fat, &L, &a. Full particulars in future' alvdrtiseoiont. HAVING Estahlishod a Branch of our i...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 March 1882

Coaches, Ac. c"OBB and CO.'s COACHES lonvo SCRITERION HOTEL SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted), arriving, at Bairnsdalo at 7.30 p.m. Fareo, 10 SAll infornnatiaa &.a, at Cbb annd Cuoo ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO.. Sale to Mafira and Newry ROYAL MA-IL. SFISHER'S comfortably covered J,. COACH will RUN DAILY between the above places, leavilig Newry da;ly at 9.45 a.nm., Maffrn 11.15. a.m., arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return tle same day, leaving Sale at 2.30, arriving at Ifafras 4 p.m., and Newry 5.30 p.n. Passengers and parcels booked at tile fellowisg places : Sale, T. Duggan's Criterion Hotel;: 3alnra, Wmi. Bmnister's Cmnde fHoteol; and at Rawlin's Newry Hotel. All parcels left for convo ance miist:'o premaid, otherwise they will:not isbafor. J." FISHER' . Proprietor. HEYFIELD TO AFFlA.:' mHE Conveyanco, :between. ti nlaove * places will : b DISCONTINUED until further notice. Any, parcels that can be forwarded on aImrback.will be duly delivered. Al...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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ROSEDALE RACES. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 March 1882

ROSEDALE RACES. (Br ELErRazo TELEGRAPH.)' , (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDBNT.) Wednesday.Evoni4ig. There, was a good muster on: the grouid, and the races were a: decided success. ,The "'following"are the re sults:- xIAIDEI; PLATE. Mr. T. Rust's Sulphuir ... 1 Mri. J. M'Grade's Orphan 2 Mr. G. Ellis's Norfollk . 3' A ,protest. was lodged with:the stewards, against 'the firsat horse for jostling, but. was afterwards ?;with "'' HIANDICAP HURDLE RAcE. Mr..T. Burgoyne's Panic. 1.. : .. Mr. T. Rust's Manrnion.... 2'.,;. Only two horses started in this race. Panic won easily by two lengths. MAIDEN STEEPLCIIAS. "' Napoleon ... .. Count ...2.. , ... i Three horses started for this race.: Whalebone fell, but no serious accideht happened the rider. BOSEDALR HANDICAP. -; Mr. J. M'Grede's Bird of Prey') I .Mr. G. Ellis's Laura ... 2 Mr.-J. M'Grade's A.C. E... . I; Five horses started for this race. D efiance '. r' . -'"? . .. I Mr. T. Chaioiey's Topsyr'I"

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, 1882 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 2 March 1882

THURSDAY MORNING; MARCH 2;1882 I; days of yore towns and cities were built :and i.;al charters granted for: m irkotatbykgsand ,potenitates, hut un 'de rafuld tio:"powers that. be ?ay proclap.i tons!uhips arid build niarkeots bultho:' peoile well pleas' thiorisieirjsif tbhotoiiri is eier built or tholmarkettised:) This.,fact is oxom plife s "iL i io lage extent .in Oippsland, aid;is amusing to those ti?at have not invested inthe litownships on paper, to scant ovr-tilhe tlarge number on the: iuap from Weialshpool to Omeo that 1reiapla howling wilderness Owners of the choico half acros would gladly obliterate thorn .from. their emem bi?: nly;' tli :'lcal;" tarx-therer kindly reminds ; thelo .: annually that they in ist pay for the privilege of being d ie pousesor of - denase ti-tree scrub or some bairen -rock.l :It will le. miirally adniitd that there is not much unearned increment in this class of property, but fortunately there isa brighter side presented to us. There are" eeoveral. ...

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THE LARGEST FARM IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 March 1882

TIIELARGEST FA tRM IN,,TIDE , sAt Fariegoitintie Uiiti&" Stoles of Ahitiriied, is a farlt forty:five'tnilea long and ono milo;wito' all' cultivated fundr; thoe supervision of,, one..man,' Itlho ,produo,of this, enormo0us?, area ,las season 00us 600,000 tmushels of wheat, and 90,000, bushels of 'oat tihe latter Ibeing grown for use on thii fari aS'food for 800 head of.horses.: The yield per aere of wheat averaged 20 bushels. , The estate is.ivorked by 800 men, who need forty cooks to supply them. with food inicson.' The nianageoinent of this cnorinmoui estaht is conducted as follows: -The 30,000 acres utiider cultiuition. are.divided.into five divisions of, 6,000. acres enachunder sitperintenilents, hb are responsible directly to Mr. Dal y"iild, tli' sco.ml..iai'ile.i' i-'-cticf. ef of threse dtrgiii?itosis i livided?'Cgilito' battaliohs; 'with a, foremani or major,, w)io:lhas:charge of 2,000 acres. Uanddr nimnaro ,three; conmppaies, ,ach, ha ig a;ca oiit idculticatmig a sect...

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TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 March 1882

TOONGABERI . (eciOU A CORBLESPONDENT.) . During Friday night, and' parts of tho'day on Saturday, a steady rain fell in this district. Within the past week several con tractors .have been making, careful and close examinations of the proposed railway-line, and have also been. in quiring about the best places to obtain timber' and gravel. It is a somewhat strange freak of the tariff commission resorting to a partial plobroite, and indicates that thu time is not far distant when Victorians will vote for 'neasures and' not men;. if the wayrtlldetariff circulars have beesn is replied to in this district, is San'ything to judge by. I think the free trade party, will. be somewhat staggered to find that the poor farmers and minerswhom they are constantly harping alout can think for themselves, and that:they are as strongly, in favor of.protecting , the. various interests of the colony as in days gone by, while fortyfivo thousand men, women,. and children, are earning a living by the industr...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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NOTES FROM A RAILWAY CARRIAGE ON THE GIPPSLAND LINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 March 1882

1OJEl M BlofrA'"R LIfiLAY.qA;R ,:RIBAGE ;ON ,'iHB GIPPSLAND) STo anyono travelling, from' Saie to Melbuorne at this particular time of.the year the journey can scarcely be called interesting, After leaving Sale and travelling to Morwell, the whole : of thosplendid grass land through which the railway line passes, and on which a. few weeks ago the grass was beautiful 'and green now presents a dry. and parched up appearance as' though it were suffering from a severe attack of scarlet fever, while the swampsd and water-holes are in most places com pletely dried up. After stoppinig at the neat little township of Morwell for a few minutes we proceed on our way, and here the. country assumes a different appearance,, andon !either side of the line traces* of. the rc..nt 'bush-fixes are to he seen, which ';i 'l no doubt account for the heavy amnibko cloudk which have enveloped Maffra a week or two back, this is continued until wde reach Moo and from thence to Drouin, the bush-fires were to ...

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[TELEGRAM.] December 16th, 1881, Geraldton. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 March 1882

[TELEOrnan.. ". Doomiibor 0ltith 1881, Goraldton*' To Suporlntendeeit ofPolice;, Porth. L , illiam Lo?ow was :in-ecompany.. with : Joha Broekman, eid.i, J'P.,..and native "I uido.,rat cOyS0olno loolcokig1O5.couzntry.., `' Nativol.?1ft tionlrqiB kmqoi u-, and Lowe ' spairatod In earch of ivot'r.'.- Lost thoir" horsesiand unable to folloi them. ''Lowe's :horse returned again, ;and would not part' ,with him. . Brockman .then had to.travel oighty;miles ton foot to reaOh. the. sheOlp statien,t leaving Lowo.behind with his horso,..to .search for, water. ]hEocktmn, very near done for want of water, got freshl hprsea and returnied again in oaercli of Lowe' It is considored' doubtful whether Lowo .coulid live much longer ,,without water..N o further oinftrmation .i lel h?al..,-J. ,P1euooC, Sergeant,. ,. Doteotiivo Oflice, Porth, 10th Deccinhor, 1881.: ':I have to repiort to the Supenriltindoent of Po'ice that Mr. 'William Lowe arrived i in this colonyc on 20th. Soptombor, 1881, Sper so.e. Ma...

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DEATH FROM THIRST. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 March 1882

-' RhDEATH'FPROM THIRST.' i Fdr tle"in'fdrinvi'ioh' A) thb't1t'eIr. S....i r .. . !ii r I'l; .;:* . i. '.? *i.:¢ 1. 1;. Willilam towues numerous "friend1sn ;Gippilanid, .weare enalle, tliroughtlie bourtesy of A. IM'iean, Esliq;-..,L Sto "publish tho 'following :oflicial cor respondeoice ielating t theo searh miide for,; andfiindig ,o' remainsof 6tieo deceasedI gentleman : *.-...... Th. Treasury, 'Melbourne, 24th Feb., 1882. Sir,'-With reference to a note booivo4 Sfrnom you in December last, 'tispecting Messrs. Lowe, Bayliss, and. Johnston, who left Gippsland for Western Australia, and .the first of whom it appears has 'perished In tlhe bush, I m 'dircteod by Sir' Bryan O'Loghlon to state that ie 'cnused :nquiry to ho made of the-Hon. the Colonial Socretary of Western AuB. tralia, with a view to tle supply of full particulars for the information of yourself and the relativos of the persons forming the party. By tile last mail the accom panying despatches, dated 30th January ind 8th F...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.] COWWAR BRIDGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MAFFRA SPECTATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 March 1882

CORRBH8ONDBNOE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Corroespondents.] - COWWAR BRIDGE. . TO TUB EDITOR OF TH MAPPRA SPECTATOR. Smn,-The buffoonery production that appears in yesterday's issue of the " Mercury," and signed " A Crossbred Shanghai," is calculated to amuse and bring the Maffra Shire Council and its officers into ridicule and contemptwith a few other kindred shanghais, but ratepayers generally in this shire will view the matter in a somewhat different aspect before they quietly allow work of the most urgent description to be thrust aside in favor of a bridge-the public utility of which is exceedingly doubtful except for the residents at Cowwar-seoing there is a good bridge and approaches within three or four miles of the site advocated' by the Cowwar residents. A bridge above Hoyfield will no doubt'bo needed when funds are available, bhut a site should be selected higher up the Thomson if the object is to allow farmers to got their produce to th...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 March 1882

. OOMMEN'TS.ON, EViENTS. b ",sThe birds who musi fil the air, a Do chirp and chatter heedlessly.!' -Anox. r- It's an ill' wind that blows no iody good," and the ill wigdl that blew. the Brighton: train off.the lines'has done' a good many good. ..I. only: wisho I hald been! one of the ,luoky passengers wlho hIad a-.little finger. put, out and got .500 ,by way of, compensation: for the sufferiugandl trouble that I had been put toil The widow and family of the'late Mr.iStephen! receive thei small amm'of '413,0l00'ly wy ofcoudblece o'iii theiri Uereavemen Mr. Frank Stophien ewho hlidhis loft shoiulider einzd, and, ,.lost an ounce of blood, gets £550.(aa rather high figure); :while of course others: are pressing: forward' in. crowds to seek reparation for an iujiured toeor a grazed eye-lid. SThere was a George Colliis called Levey, Wi ho at the Exhiblitdii'odid the'heavy"- So wrote the poet "Punch'" a sliort while back. Now this said. George Collins, is coming in:for the reward of Shis e...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS (ARGUS.) LONDON, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 March 1882

EUR OPEAN H'ITELE'Q RAMS L'ONDON, March 3. Th art?les ofagroem entfo, the match between Hanlbn, the chanmpion of the world, and ,Edwa ;j iicilket t e Ne ow Soduth Walaslersaiti, liave'bodn signed.. Tlho amountof io stakeo .is e£00 ?ooli. .The raoe will b rowedioarithed Thames' on May 1. On behalf o Tricket? an appeal is made to. raise thenecessary funds and subscriptionswillbhe received by the bank of brew South Wales. .LoNioN, March 4. 1,-1:ith66#ooTiWe : oididyth' e bidding wasanimated. - TheratosforAustraliani clips are stiffer, and Sydney fleece crosa. hired'siwnA? ?r.anded .. . per lb ....Th. total catalogued to deato is 35,000 A line has been drawn admitting all arrivals up to yesterday,.. which makes entire supply available for the present series :308,000' bales'. M-Mr1W. KForster tho Chief Sooretary for Ireland, in conformity with the in str ections of the Cabinet, declines to attend the select committe appointed by the .ousie of ,Lordsi to!nquire into, the operation of the ...

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CONCERT IN AID OF THE WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 March 1882

C: ONOERT, IN- AID ,,OF; THEI WEY?. .- LEYAN OHUlBOL,: SOn the "ovieiiog of lMonday, 27th I February, the public: ofo Mliirrai were Streated to anlothier e tertuailnient uandir t the direction'off :Mir'L; 0. Flockhart I It was sunilar to that of lasthyear, but I barely ;;so good; this rwas oweng,zno I doubt to tho?fuct that on the~ road somen of the!' party, met wit}i an.-accident, which, thiigli: not of 'ai very ~eious nature, was severe enoughlto shake lie r nervesof someof the performo"s. The. :entertainment.. cornmenced, with .,.an, i 'oierture, " LesHerondelles,"' by Miss; t Littl;' who' ejecuted' "her"piece very oicely, this was followed by a dut by ý Mrs. Milno and Mr. J. Knipe,; entitled V. erySuspicious.'. Miss' Stares wiho -we recognised'as performer of last year i sang two songs;. i"Coino' black;, oh I Birdie,! and " Sing Birdie, sing,, to ýboth of which she gave justice. Mr., J. Pearson's rendering of. "Hodge- and S'and' thoe icar,"was veory fair,- and" no I doubt h~ wil...

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(AGE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 March 1882

The debates.on. Mr. Glastone's reso lution that any inquiry into the wok ing of the Irish ILand Act would be untimel, and inopporuno, and that any attempt to. defeat the operation of the 'Act'? would' be:o injuriou?l, to the cauea; of. good government in the country -.was msumed to night in the House of Commous. The resolution':was ;supported; by both sides of the- House, and is cor taid to be carried. When Mi Gladstone moved in the House of 0ammons his resolution de precating the actioni of. theoHouse of Lords in appoiniting. a select committee of inquiry into the Irish Land Aot,-Mr. Edward, Gibson, membher for Dublin University,: moved as an. amendmeint theo.previous question. To-night the amendment was pub to the House and lost by a large majority. -,'The Irish membere, although not approvi?g' of. the action: of the House of Lords in appoiniting a committeo to inquire into teo working' of the Land At, will not 'support Mr., Gladstone's resolution. They intend to abstain 4bin voti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 March 1882

Auctions,. PAT AND STORE QAF LR. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, MARCH 10. A 'M.'L R and CO. wl Solu at fheir s0 Prime Fat Bullocks sa.d (ows . It do do Cows. C0 Balf-fat Cows, 00 Superior Store Bullook, 00 do do Cows. 00 Bullllocks, 8 and4 years, 0 Siporlor Speoyed Eoifers. good Mixeod Cattle, &o;, &e. p0 rim Fat Bu)Igoka frrn TAmbo and Mitchell, 40 SuperiorPorkors, For W, Kiss, Esq., Manoro .. 10 Splendid "Bullooke, well grown, good colours, in flnp cppditan, 60 Superiorr Steers, 10 do Cows, ?PREIINARY NOTIO,. MAiFFRA, FRIDAY, MAARCH 24. M'LEAN and 00, will LET by A . Auction, on above dato- The. Derwont Park property, con elating of about 300 acrs. Full'pMrtlculare in future advertisglrnt. IMPO;ITANT SALE OF LAND, CATTLE, &c, ! RELIMINARY NOTIC?, A M0EAN and CO., instructed by J. N. Hassell, Esq., Executor of the late It. Bath, will Sell by Auction during the first week in Marlch, the balance of the estate, including 1000 Acres excellent Freehold Land, known as Cherry.tra...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 March 1882

MAIL NOTICEB. Mails close at the Maifre Post.offico for the following places as under : ForSalo IRosdalo, Traralgon,Moo, Water loo, Molbourno, and other places along the Gippaland railway line, daily at 11 a.m. going through the same day. For Toongabbio, Glenmaggio, Hoyfield, Cowwar, Beatoen, Wallhall, Cooper's Creek, and Happy-go.Lucky (via Trm. ralgon), Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur. days, at 11 am., leaving Traralgon next day for the above places. For Stratford, Yoerung~ Dolvino, Coon gulmorang (Lindenow Ilat), lairnedalo, and Briagolong daily at 11 ame, For Grant, Dargo, Bulgoback, Mondays and Fridays at 11 a.m. For Port Albert, Tarravillo, Woodaido, Stradbroke, and Longford, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 am. For Upper Malfra daily at 4 p.m. For Hoyfield and Tinamba, on Tues. days, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 4 .m. The Post.ofofie Is open for general business from 0 am. and closes at 8 p.m. daily, and Is closed betwoen the hours of 1 and 2 p.m., and, from 6 p.m. to ...

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