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

.OL gSale to an evry ROYAL MAIL. J FISHER'S comfortably covered COACH will RUN DAILY betwoon the above places, leaving Nowry daily at 0,45 a. n., Maffra 1L15 a. u., arriving at Salo at 12.45 p.m, and return thesame day, leaving Salo at 2.30, arriving at iafsra 4 p.m., and Newry 5.30 p.m. Passengers and parcels booked at the following places : Sale, T. Duggan's Criterion Hotel;, Maffrn, Wm. Bannister's Camden Hotel; and at Rawln'e Nowry Hotel. All parcels left for convoyance must be prepaid, otherwise they wall not be for warded. .J FISHER,. Proprietor. HEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. THE Conveyanco between. the abovo Splaces' will be DISCONTINUED until furthur notice. Any parcels that can be forwarded on horaback will be duly delivered. All pareols must be prop?d, and any for Seaton or Glonmaggio will ble orwarded by H Msdiold. JAMES KING, Mailman. . ROYAL.MAIL COACHES. TOONGABBIE TO SEATON. A COACH loaves the Toongabbie Hotel on arrival of Coach from Traralgon at 3.30 p.m. on Mondays, We\i nes...

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

NOTICE TO SUBSORIBERS, .. iorder to allowour; staff to take r'antage of the Christmaas olidayi, our next publication will not appear hill 4h January, 1883, after whifi dato this. journal' will: be1; IS UhD DI-WEEKLY i SJAMES RYAN ,.. list December, 1882 .. .,, OHURCH NOTIdES. C?Usac or ENoGLND.-Parochial Dis. kt of Maffir-Divine SorviceiattSt. Ihn's Church. Maflra, 'at' .ll,;.m.. 3d 7p.. ; Heyfiold 3 p.m.; Glenmaggio Christmas Day.-St. John's, Maffra, am. and 7 pm. (Collection' for Sale pital.) . . . . " "

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

Stud Horses. O STAND AT RIVERSDALE, MERCURY, By Snowden (imp.), dam Saucepan (imp). Terms: ... ... £7 7s . THE GOXDOLIER, By The Thamesa(imp.), damPhigig (imp). Terms ... ... £7 7'. HUNTSMAN, By The Gondolier, as above. This 'horse ran third for the Sale Steeplechase, and took first prize for best Hunter at three years old. He is a most powerful horse just suited to get useful hacks out of light mares. Terms: £210s for mares led to him, £3 3a for mares left at the paddocks. Every care taken, without responsibility. Apply- JOHN IL DAVIS. ANVIL STABD THIS SEASON AT W OO oW WAR. Terms ... ... £3 10.. 'AMevr is a" brown horse, t+years old, perfectly formed, and with splendid atyls and action. He s by Tim Whiller (imp), from Enticalle (bred in France), by Plutus from Aricie, by Lanercast, from Maid of Fez, byMuby Moloch. Tinm Wllifierby Van Galon from Sybil, by The Ugly Buck from Sylph"by Filho de Plute from Twatty, by Whalebone. The following are some imported Tim Whiffler winners: Bris...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 December 1882

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS (By EiLorITns TBLxoiLuP.) Wednesday ;Evening. Messrs. A..M'Loan and Co. report: Fat.'_,Ottlpr: 1,600' hdad- yarded, t-day; lving 1,280 for to-morrow's sale. Ti1Zmrktit bpbted with a 'slighit advance on last week's rates. We sold 60 calves from 15s to £2 Is. We shall sell 180 head of fat cattle to-morrow for diflerent owners. Messrs. Powrs, Rutherford and Co. report as foll6wa-2,000 cattle yarded, and 1,611 sold to-day, the balance to bei disposed of to-morrow. The bulk.of' those sold to-day were of a middling, description with a few, prime, all met with ready sale at a slight improvement on last week's rates, competition being very brisk for prime. Our sale will' comprise 70 head for Andrew Murray,! Woolwool; 122for Geo. Ainderson, Win chelsea; 40 for R. O. Anderson, Tur keith ; 18 for John Catto, Memsie ; 20 for James Rice, Cowwar; 10 for R. Gilder Sale; .20 for Denis .O'Brien, Cowwar; 20 for W. E. Power, Power'es court; and 14 for F. Keoh, Rosedale. Messrs....

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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CRICKET. SALE V. MAFFRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 December 1882

...-' "...ORICKET:.. SALE V. HAFFRA. ,;The above match wasplayed on the local ground ion Saturday last, and re sulted in favor of Sale by 11 runs, being decided, by the first inningson account of time notallowing Sale to go to the wicketsa a second'timeo? M'Lean,, Campbell, and Davis, batted, best for Maffra; Foxton, Boncraft. and. White, for Sale. Mitcliol more and Reynolds were successful for our local club, while Joseph's. nnd King did " wicket" execution for Sale. Appended are the detailed scores:- SAr.n-Finst I.xriraos. White, a Campbell, bl itchelmore ... 7 Allan, b Mitchoelnore ... ... 3 Bencraft, b Mitchelmore ... ... 11 Josephs, b Miteheouore ... ... 0 Wilson, run out . ... . King, a King, b Mitchelmore ... 0 Foxton, c Beck, b Iteynolds ... 11 Mott, b Reynolds ... .. . Lloyd, not out' ... . ... O M'Millan, a King, b Reynolds 1... Scanlon, a Beook,b Roynolds ' ' .'. 6 Byes... 4 Total ... ... ... ...47 .MAr-nA -FinoT LNUcos. M'Loan, A.b;lbKing . .. . - M'Loan, J. b King .... ...

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

A - iicticins. FAT AND. STORE CATTLE, AFFRA, FRIDAYT, DEC. c2. 'LEAN and CO. will Sell at their 25 Prime Fat Bullocks and Cows. 35 Splendid Store t Bullocksi, keod 30 Good Steers aid Bullocks, quiet. old, wll.bred, well grown, in for rOadoitioni. < A ý v Tho above are from Paisley station direct; 'and' + "6itbe oTthe gifd6sth'l ts' forward this year; all one brand, virz X near aide Also, - 0 . Bshels: 'splondid- Oats, ilsat sahoiean ; a superior sample. : 40 Splendid StorePigs, large framed, in good order. 1020. ACRES GOOD GRAZING LAND -:FOR SALE. MA'LEAN & CO., have for privat? sale on :account-of L. 0. Smith, Esq., of Melbourne, the- property known as THE, BACK CREEK PADDOCK, in Tinamba, containing 1920 acres of good Grazing Land, well -grassed' and abun dantly watered, in all seasons.. The pro perty is 'securely enclosed with post and rail, cattii and sheep proof fencea, and is admirably situated, the survey of the pro posed railway to Bairnsdale passing throug...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 December 1882

COMMERNCIAL I'ELLIGEN GarrSLAND STOCK SREORT.o Meosar A. BI'Loan and Co., of laffr isbport :-VWe yarded a largo number of fat and store cattle, prices for all sorts fully up to last week's, rates, good store cattle soiling especially well. We sold fat cows 'inferior to fair iquality, at LI 15, A 2 od,. L4 10o, LA 15s, L4 17s Gd, L5, L5o Gd, L5 7s Gd, and L5 12a Gd ; bullocks? none forward ; vealers, from.ll3s to Lto Storo Cattlo.--W. soldl Ilossra M['Leano and Mackenzie's bullocks at IL 14s all round,.and steors, samne owners, at L IOs all round. Mr: W. iooney's bullocksat ii 15s, and several lots of steers and bol. looks at L3, L3 14, L4 is, L4 5s, A 1ls L5 is, and LO 2s Gd, the latter lot in for. .ward condition ; coyvs, L3 2s d4, L3 L3 3S, L3 Os,' all good; 15 months' ol1 heifors, L1n. Land.-We havo to re. port having sold by; auction. 70 acres land on accoint of Mrs. O'Riolly, Seaton, atL5 '18s, and 25a at'L3 18s. !Messre.a'Englilh, .Pock, and'Co, report: --Fat.Cattle.-Very few ...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (ARGUS.) LONDON, Dec. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 December 1882

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LO Inoxo Dec.17. The, second . of . the two. Higgins brothers has, been .sentenced to death fodrthe murder in February Inast, of the two Huddys,. Lord Ardilaun's bailiff; and his nephew, whose bodies were discovered in Lough Mask. The Dublin Pohcli have made an ex tensive.i aid' upon the secret societies in that city. Very little, however, las been discovered. " The Fcniansthreatento burn the pub. lihe bildings in London :in revonge for the execution of the three murderers of the Joyce family at' Maamtrasna." The principal chiefs 'ini 'thie Zulu territory subject, to John Dunn are favoring the reinstatment of Cote Sir Anthony,Musgrave, Governor of Jamaica, solici's relief for the sufferers by the recent fire at Kingston. A fire broke out on board the Orient Company's steamer Cotopaxi while ly ing in the Albert dock. The space between the upper and main decks was gutted, and much other dadiagewas done. The cause of the fire remains yet unknown. It is estimated tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 January 1883

, Coaches, &c. OBB and CO.'s COACHES leave CIU[TERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. aily (Sunday excepted), arriving at Qairnedalo at 7.0 p.m. Fare, 10s. All information, Ac., at Cobb and Co.'s mmfa..Criteaton Hotel Sale Sale to r ROY LM ' ISIElr icoinef cover4 7.COACH I RUN jetwoon oavo places leaving` awy daily at, 454m., aiuffrall 15- . ,arivieg:at t 12.45 p.i5i and torn the?anm y leaving Sale ,' it; s? orving at 4pt.,ao" n . wan r "' ip ni,4, P ngers tad parc Abdokeel at Sl:g "-, "C:rrin " Hotel , [Vmi Bannater' (samdeo Ht?. SRaiwlin's Niwry Hotel. Aparrtoel4lftf conveyancic moatl id, otoerwise they will not. f J FISHER: PropIto ..IEYH.IELIv: cO E -, AP.PRA, . E Co ?niveyanod betwen the t Spolac :will ~I DISCON - Der fsartls T n insc tiny ptrce latr o forwarde nd frback will b dily Al ?h - uCroi l- t, bo sid,! naS?iiton~o mdi{?l gin Lbic HdEby. Ma EL' . . O .D MESTR , SAEI . - hC" 'u:,blen d'y t t U ts.on nrnvalilf ,ff a y- n r ays, Tot" {?i,', ,'R",i : Gf tonlagi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 January 1883

IISTAkCT OF SALESBY' AUCTION To.-oRnoRW (FIoAT) the following will ; dbmitted to Publio Auction atiMaifftri ounuencingiat 12 go'clock non *- , v *M e 1o. A.1 M'LKA'.'& ., Co: SSplendid Btilding Sitb in M?affma, etc. Dr MaIIcSe.,'EasIsG;s P.ox O ';Co. tat and Store Cattlo,;: Milcha Cows, Stoers, etc. ByI Eafsi . L GUTHwribi6 A" Co." Store Cattle, Fait -Cattle," Steers,: Heifors, &i. Also, valuabloeproperty rin Nowry.; TDosMAs JoyNn.-Eors Fat 0 nd Store Cattle, &c. A. T SAL? e O?Sf AT ii , ...;: B.y U MF.aSBS. ENOiasir, P: or 00o.--: Stor Cattle, Fat Cattle, iiloh .Co, I Heifors, Steors, HorseIs,i'r ,f:; . 3r aIleans. IR.t OOTiiinOO M Co SFat, and Storo Catt, i Milke.ran"id . Spriigrhs, SlShep and Lambs, Pigs, i UcresC Re. . ' "NOTICE TO SUBSORIBERS., r. eeiiirso Tiir~ 5,sravt sire~acusenti be issued on MIONDAYS andi TirMna a. JAMES RYAN, PoPlOPRiRTOR.i ' ' 4th January, 1883. RAILWAY NOTIOE. Trains now leave SALE at 7.55 a.m and 4.47 p.in. They are due at SAs a...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (ARGUS.) LONDON, Dec. 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 January 1883

EUROPEAN TEIEGRAM$S. (Anoes.) . ,Loeoox, .Deti 29;. P rince Bismaori' wo ho s;beern re cently suffering soverelyfroiti neuralgia aisnowbetter: j : :Iho Senate of the U ited Stateslhas passed a bill for removing the appoint. nimnts to the civil service from the spheroe of polities.-: i' Sir Arthur Gordon; late Goverinor of New Zealand,; will still retain? the office; of her Majestyes High, Com miossaoner. for. the Westorsi Pacifio, -whieh he has helid sine1876. Crdina'? Nwman, whO has b?.een eonhlned to his room by a asvere attack of b ron chitis;h as recovereddeo ' MI . :Andrew MarshaIl'. Porter, Q. . Solicitor-GeneraF for Ireland, ha? been -appointed Attorney:Generai for ireland in place.e .the,.Righp Hon,.William M re Johnson who has been raied to theBnh. Mr John Mnish, lawo ad v te tlhe High ourt of Jurtice, suc cee Mr Porter as Solicitor-Generol To chief difficulty experienced by the Ear of Dufferin in reorganising the GoVernment of Egypt proceeds from the specia privileges secu...

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THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 January 1883

THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. It will readily be conceded, that Victorian-made butter and cheese are entitled to a prominent place amongst colonial industries, and we venture to think it will as readily be conceded that Victoria will always command pre-eminence on the Australian conti nent, as a butter and cheese producing colony, her soil and climate being so peculiarly favourable to the develop ment of these important industries. Some people may entertain the notion that this colony ought to have done more in past years than she has done in the extension of the dairying in dustry; but in estimating her efforts in the past, it is necessary to bear in mind that she has had hardly thirty years of what may be termed settled existence, during which she has experienced the fiery throes of a gold fever. It will be seen from the subjoined table that within the comparatively short compass of twenty years the trade in butter and cheese has expanded to very large dimensions . We do not make this as...

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MAFFRA SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 January 1883

: MAFFRA SPORTS::!'- . The local- sports-were .heldat Mew liurtn Park: (Serpentinep:,' Lagoon); on. Boxing; Day,, and were even'.more, a success than in proviou years: About. 1,800 peo6pl showed' p tousee` tlhe fnini. and aciording to'statements; thoroughly enjoyed' themselves. .There owereomord= than 200 vehicles outsid? th!o; fence,? so6 visitors must haveo availed themselves of the opportunity ginen of seeing ono of tlihe'prttiest" sports grobind:iin"the colony: in full working ,'gear The weather wascertainly ,:beyond?. what. could'be wished for,.and the entries for every event numerous; the' events: followed in quicki succession, keeping the interest inr tho athletics lively. Thel Obstacle Race was most: ausing to,, botlih, onlookers . and . competitors themselves; most. of the. latter had never seen anything of the sort before.. One white man tried very hard t l keep a long Way behind Prince in the heat he woit' and succeeded admirably; 'the aboriginal showing his agility to'th...

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MAFFRA POLICE COURT WEDNESDAY, 6TH JANUARY. (Before Dr. Eccles (chairman), D. Manson, Esq., and J. Carpenter, Esq., J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 January 1883

MAFFRA POLICE COURT WEDNEsDAY: 6OTG JiNUARY. (Before Dr. Eccles, (chaitman),,) D. Manson, Esq.,. and'. J. Carpenter, Eeq.,J.P.'s.) John Alfred Webb, Michael Carter, and Walter Dove were charged.with wilful destruction of property. They all pleaded not.guilty. Francis McKinnel, storekeeper, re siding at Newry, deposed that the accused came to his place at eleven o'clock: with a lot of tin kettles, and after singing a song and smashing the empty cases fired a volley of stones at the building and smashed in the door. He was alone in the house with two children, and if any of the stones came through the window the consequences might be serious. He valued the damages at £3. James Weatherly, a publican residing at Newry, deposed to the prisoners coming to his place on Monday night, and after kicking up a "bobbery," went in the direction of Mr M'Kinnel'a He did not see them break anything, but saw them rolling the cases about. He only stood watching them about. five minutes. Senior-constab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 January 1883

Auctions. FAT AND STORE CATTLE, MAFFRA, FRIDAY, JAN. 5. A M'LEAN and CO. will Sell at thir . yards 220 Bullocks from South Gippalanud 40 Mixed Cattle. Also, 40 Good-conditionedBulllonks? ^,. SPLENDID BUSINESS SITE Ii, S IAFFRA, .-:LRTDAY; firm JAN'TARt.. 3II X fnd Ct will Fell snt their : jy'ardsa,;'fr P..C.0 l rousy, Esq;l who hn left thB distried" ,Allot. 1. and 2, usea ."2 cont ainiOg I .r .re 1ti porches, securely recosed, , and planted with wtaamrent5l treca M LEA .LnC. , o: l ve for iris e sal o. accountfof "L: 'a Smith, Esq., of Mebliourne, the property kbwn.rn :as THIE BACK CREEK PADUa ;:K,. Sin n l'ninba, ceotaining 1920 ac-+. ct :--l .?rmzing_ La;nd, .well -:... ... dantly watered in all seasons. The pro perty is securely enclosed with post and rail, cattle and sheep proof fences, and is admirably situated, the survey of the pro posed railway to Bairnsdalo passing through it. There is a splendid supply of Red Gum timber on the property which will be extromely valuable for ...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 4, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 January 1883

THURSDAY. .MORNING,, JAN. 4i, 1883. Ti? eviden'ceglen eforo'the -Upper house on that portion of the Railway .Bill in which wo'areo.mosot directly interested, caused sorme surprise at the outrageous statements made before tho Council: -No;mention whatever was made "by the Gippsland Railwnay Ex tension;,League :of a connecting line to' Sale eitheri via fairra or Stratford. -We presume that connctilng link?would follow, asi ~ imatter of ,course the om pletiona of the'iinaindtrunk: The lio f as recoimended tr y tho Leag,,.ou, od have passed. midway, botween Stratford 'n;d 'Brianolbng":a;'diltanca ='offour .niiles from- either,, lac;, :whichiwould ha.e been ample for their requirements,; and the. necessity of supplying Briago long by a brainch to the oiain Traralgon and Bairnsdale route would be avoided. Mfatral. is" acknotledgedl to vw- ud : centre of a lrz-: ,iigricultlral tract, including 'T'imba Glenmaggie,: Upper affl'ear Doisdale, Little-Plain', Valences Crooek,, aiid Brlmagolfomg,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 January 1883

Trade Addresses. J.. G. PE T'T IT;, i V-I OT O I A" B RE?.T Y, UPPRIOR BOTTLED ALE; kJ , per. dozen,, quart; .4l.?pcr, dozen, pints, at the Brewery, Y-"s ,.: I Yoaxrearzr, 8s.~ MAURICE COLEI?A'. GIPPSLtAN ,.,i3)ý] T ,RY 11UAUUIO: CpLEMA$, wbilreturn LM i»ig thank f.r the .iboeral paitron. ago hitherto accorded himn, bogs to intl. mate to the public in geneurl that he has availed himself of all the recent mnprovo nients in brewing, and having obtained the' services of a skilled homoe brewer, and by using owily the best materials the market can afford, he In a positidn to supply an article unsurpassed in the district. Sale, 30th March, 1881. Trade Addresses. WATCHES, ": 'CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, ETC., SDIAKEFORD, FOSTER n- STBET, S . SA.e (next the Cornor), has on hand a well-aelected Stock of 'ENGLISH LEVERS, AMERICAN,; WALTHAM, GOLD AND SILVER, LADIES' GOLD JEWELLERY, SILVER JEWELLERY Of every description Cheap I CHRISTMAS PRESENTS I. WEDDI rRESENTS, 1"., &i CLOCKSof all kinds. HA...

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MAFFRA FOOTBALL CLUB CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 January 1883

- KlAFFEA FOOTBALL OL-Ur-' CONCERT.. The concert in aid of the funds of tli Maffra Football club took place in the Shire Hall, on the 26th December, and was the most successful concert that has. taken place in Maffra for years, the hall was literally packed, the takings at the. door consequently being beyond expec tation, and the concert as a whole was. of a standard far beyond the ordinary class. The concert was opened; with the pianoforte duet " H.M.S. Pinafore,; by Mrs.' Gilchrist and Miss Daniels, which they rendered brilliantly,. Miss. Allan also played a solo to the delight, of' the audience. Miss Deehan.sung, very well and gave "SomeDayi" with good.effect. Miss . Hawkins sang:the "Tho.miller and the maid," for which. ehe was recalled. This young lady nlso. treated the audience to a very pretty vocal rendition in "The song for .m..'r Mrs. John M'Lean rendered: the " Wood. Nymph's call," and had tot re spond' to appreciation which was un doubtedly due to the vocalist, her voice...

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(AGE.) LONDON Jan. 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 4 January 1883

(AGE). : LONDON Jan. 1 A meeting of the members of the ow National League has been held. Ballymrhon'in Leiintor. The pro-. c dings were of a violent nature;,? aid t speeches excoedingly seditious in t ir tone. Ultimately the police were led in to disperse the assemblage. The intelligence of M1f. Gamnetta'a d th has created a profound soenation tl oughout Europe. In Paristhenews w et first recivedl with incredulity, h when the mournful intelligence was co firmned the 'expresaions. of sorrow w e, deep and universal. In London, w re M. Gambotta was regarded' as th foremost of French statesmen, the no s of his.preolature demise created al sinful and profound sensation. n oflcial inquiry. into the oiroum: s cos attending the death of the lato a1. Gtmbetta will be held to-morrow. A mo.iety of rumours are alloat as to the wvyiniiiiclii he rveceived'the wound from.thoe efects of which he died. Lord Edmond Fitzmaurice, M.P. for Calne, second son of late Mar-     qui...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 8 January 1883

Trade Addresses.' SEASIDE RESIDENCE, TEMPERANCE .HOTEL, MORDIALIC,. THOMAS, OZANNE, Panoraeron. -J. G. PETTIT, VICTORIA BREWERY. SUPERIOR BOTTLED ALE, 6s. Gd. , ts per dozen, quarts; 4s. per dozen, pints, at the Broewery, SYonK-serer, SALe. MAURICE COLEMAN'S GIPPSLAND BREWERY (Lirt Mao. M'Ivze's). M AURICE COLEMAN, while return. ing thanks for the liberal patron age hitherto accorded him, begs to inti mate to the publio in general that he has availed himself of all the recent improve. ments in browing, and having obtained the. services of a skilled home brewer, and by using only the boat materials the market can afford, lie in a position to supply an article unsurpassed In the district, Sale, 30th ,March, 1881. Trade Addresses.:?,' .' ...... . i .. - . ............ WATC KHE:S, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, ETCO, SDRAKEFORD, FosTEn - sTaEE, SSALE. '(next tile Corner), ' has on hand a w-ell-sele?ted Stock of ENGLISH LEVE S, AMERICAN WVALTHAM, OLD Ain SILVER," LADIES' GOLD JEWELLERY,... SILVER JE...

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