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CAPTAIN DESMOND'S DAUGHTER. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 29 January 1883

DA?U?HTER. (From? Ch7amber' JoeurnaL.) b;.' . i VA? .?, ' .," u i'n n b fi d o , as she seemed ieer t?'' lia- is??h net B efoe: r er 'heart was?o eatig?q?ivkly?'vagu.lior vore thrilled lier nerves lthere'ias upon her thatdreadof thiiunknownin wlichis far rermol d from ordinary fear. Sup posiie'th footitepuii ould cone down s'itairs' l--suppos6 they should pauie at er door- uppose" they "hould enter hei room i ' She'ienrembered, not wvith out a"little thrill of terror; tlat1 °there K, is 'o ky ' itli lok: of tlie door. Anyonib m ig;e et como'i iii wdchosoe to But not otient ilise laugheid at her 'self forhei"fob lioeshear. Wha fias to'make, becauseashe happened to hear .foot iittep.'in the -'dar1c for whicli.'h? could niot ti'cco~dnt "Had"sh'hleeird -'?hei?ia 'the diylight sho'woildhi?ve "thought ?otliing aboultthenig o A rdet' the eistion woui d, reciur Whose foot stieps'can th? y be Sh heard thieiAt :' Sigai t gain' rie. threeor fourd tinii i'e e1^at riteiveala 'of a few iiutes. Af...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 29 January 1883

Auctions. i020 ACRES GOOD GRAZING LAND FOR SALE. i,..' M'LEAN & CO., have for private sale on account of L: C. Smith, ., of Melbourne, tho property known as THE BACK CREEK PADDOCK in Tinamba, containing 1920 acres of gW,, Grazing Land, well grassed and abun 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 Bairnsdale passing through it. There is a splendid supply of Red Gum timber on the property which will be extremely valuable for railway sleepoers &c., also a comfortable cottage. Early application invited. _TAVING Established a Branch of our 11 Business in Melbourne, we are now prepared to hold WEEKLY SALES of Cattle, Sheeop, etc. at the Flemington Yards, and to undertake the sale of all rinds of Property, Farm Produce, etc., privatoly or by puclio auction, We are also in a position to negotiate Loans on freehold securities at the v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 29 January 1883

COBB and CO.'s COACHES lcav OIRITERION HOTEL. EALE to B ii ` SAT, 1.45 p:m daily (Sunday : ecptedil), arriving at Bairnsdalo at 7.30p.m. Faro, 10s. All inforniition, &.:, intfCob and Co.'s Oilice, Criterion k'otol, lSa.le ROBERTSON,) WAGNER & CO. Sale; to Maffra,.and Newry "ý ROYAL MAIL. J FISHER'S comfortably icoBdre . COACH will I~UN DAILY betwcor the above placces,lcaving Nowry daily at 0.45 am., llafra 11.1: a,m., arriving t Salo at 12.:45- p:ni, arid rtu'n'tho sanb day, leaving Salo . ant. 2.3p, arriving at Ma?lra 4 p.im., arid No3vr 5.30 p.m. :Passengrs? and parchtl :bookid:at tieo following places: b al,. T.: Diggan's .Oriterion 'Hotel1; Iaffira, Win. Bannister's Caiden Hotel; arid at Rawlin's Novry Hotel({" Aliparcels left for conveyacce. nus ..be prepaid, otherwise they will not be fo warde.d n:, i. K.:L)L;I din oT J. FISHER;. , :... -.:/ .!! 7,l prietor. HEYFIELD ETOt IAFP RA. THE Coyeyaneo jbetwen the above SplaceOill' b DtSCONTINUEEI uti}u~her-?notice . ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 29 January 1883

Trade :Notices. N OTfCi E. SINGE my, tay in Mnfil'na. :",4 is now very linitod,. parti oo I E m ,l I , , :NDEBTED 'to i we':,ill" ?.'-: kindly .PAY.: thoir'. .A0-i ?,.: COUNTS without any delay. " ani d troubleo. :; : The remaindor of my well-assorted and useful :-: .... W.t.Drapery, Orotg, TBrdi" ots, di d o'-..0LO S,', "'--" U I': .'Lj-. Wilb C LEAREDh ats a `REAT SAC. RIFICE for CASH ONLY: i s: FEILCHEIEFEL D . -. ::ý. , .:, , ,-DRAPER:. e , JanPuaryL8,183. :, WATC(IES' CLOCKS,': 1 JEWELLERY, lie r I.1 r.. '"e ith1er:OtfoSE de hnS gAt inf H. J. EERRERTE FOSTER -S E ALE. .PERIOR IBO3TTLEJ iALEI Si. Sd. Sa, , oze pn;uartb ; geal per;l dozen, purs, at to lBrdhoeowry, e a MAURICE COLEMAN'S'' GIPPSLAND BREWERY (LATE Mloa M'IvE 8's), AURII E COLEMAN, whilo return-. ing thanks for the liberal patron-' ag hithlorto accorded him, bogyto inti-' mate to the public in general that he hoe availed himself of all the rocent ioprove nents in browiiug, and having obtained tlih services of a skill...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, JAN. 29, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 29 January 1883

THE' MONDAY MORNING, JAN. 29, 1883. Tus Shiroe Council:. of . Mfilra - have received from their officer. tho returns ordered, showing~ the: extentb of those interests to which railwiay communica tion' are iidispensible on the line!to Briagolong. These returns are now' before us, and the first thought we have is that the evidence given by those who desired.insidiously this line at tie bar of the Legislative Counclisl asan outrageous burlesque of truth an fact. We might' asume, hbut'wiltln-t, that .the evidence,, was daelibetey false. We rather incline haritblyto the hope that thei:misrepresentation wasi unintentional" ignorance :oi?'"the part of those who. would mislead the ,Legislative Counil, into, a belief that the available resources of : 3riagolong wereniiaigriuficantly small-so meagre as ,tobequite unworthyi of .the p:ublic expenditure, involved in, the construo? of a railway line thereto Mr..Little's evidence- was intended. to have 'great weight with the Council?. We regret oo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 29 January 1883

-: Trade Addei' sdes:Y ; CLOCKS,, ·r.··· -a ( ·.rl., '.a lwe 1" ad i 'irnad ! JEWELLERY,,:: ETO',: ?,DRAKEFORD; : FosrTEm. STRETs ?.;i SALt, (next: thiCdrnor), hsionI hand a well-selcctcd Stock of .....!:r - ENGLISH LEVERS,; A1MERTCXN ,-\WALTHAM4GOLDJAND SILVER, LA IES', GOLD JEWELLERY, .i SILVER- JE~yELLERY W:EDDItG' RESENTS,< !&.t: f.' '.T. , 1-.:" ti a!; {.: ",; , 41 .444 1444Bi x ; : S" .... ~ LOO.KS of alc kindalii,, s, 1 HNDSlME GILTMAARBLEiWOOb, L4.rri aOARRIAGE, &&c4tCoiu4in1' I LATEST NOVELTIES'.! :: ,O.I[ALL GponQIquwND MGuisavur n .1 oa o. T o s of every description. 2&eon v LocooS iOAus ETvC 'ET.C,; MIfade andE eorca l on tho jrorei " o a6 the horte t noti ce w D i.AE EQRD ;b egs Ato mf ro - residonts pf MatIffr and itsit ynit? 4 that ho will visit the "Me rblitpt an 1 ]to JEWELry FRdlY forfthe purpoge 'of detivngn ,N'yoIrde: G in rr all its brahemay ?.b I . : ...1 : i r . d alr, SDRAKEFORD pnaelly:super REPAIRING aspecialty ahn...

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CRICKETING TRIP TO ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 29 January 1883

ORIOKETING} .TRIP` TO'" ROE DALE. (Br. Sinas.) -' On: Saturday week sa team chosen from the Miffra Oricket Olub journeyed to Rosedale to meet the rpresentatives pf the latter clib on their own ground. Judging from the easy victory of the local players over the Traralgonites on the previous Saturday,the Maffra boys. felt rather dubious as to the result.of ther contest. .However, theMaffra committee turned out one of: the strongest teams sent intotlie ,field this season; especially so in the bowling departmenqt Allan;,.. Mitchellmore, .?MLean and; Norman: being in rare form. these men had also the: advan tage of being backed up by a good fielding.team;. which gave, thel ose daleites iut little chance ofmakinga good; stand., J Half past sevnra.m. found, thet Maia ffr representatives eoving off.from a good.breakfast table, and.in: anextromely; shorttime ;the same: heroes might be seen making a. kindly attack on. amost refreshing cup of tea at 1host Greenwella's,,nothing worthyofs mentio...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 February 1883

..An inlportant change in.n foothal'li about to. take place, the oIal ball isl to givo place to a round one. ", .,?, " There in a newspaper ii Chbinacalled the "T Imperial Gazette," " which iham heln running for 1,1i00 yeari. ])r. Schliminanl . has compiletedi thei erection of lis ironidnnce in" Atlhen which lian cost moia thian L20,000. Alarge saea .lion, eleven, font, IpnI and weighin s::ix C?'tu has bleni cmllpturoed a few milhs north of Moualy ]3cl.ah

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DAMAGES FROM RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 February 1883

iDAMA.GES, F.OM; .,BBITS.i1: Mr. Alexander Bruce, ,.the Chief, Inspeotor. ofE atock::in: eir' South Wialespd -rliting ofin he damages- done bytiabbhits, in'these colonies says ': ; -h?ese "are eormou,, and mans cases owners of, three or.;.four.:stations have epent- 3,000,oothersoup'to L2,000, maid other asums rangig fr?.iL1,000 o?n generally comparatively ,littlesperma, nent effect. A great .inanyi.l6f: the owners in the .infested. country ire now eepling~ men' enimployed " all the year round searching for and' destroyig ita Oo ome stationas apany as 36 hands have been employed, at this work at ione -timhe;, oi others 25, on, others;20,?1i 12,? d 10, achonipanied The rabbi have ruined .imarey owners in al.the coloniesain whicthey have obtaineda footing,,while the: amount speidnt: fiin ightng rth pests: and 1lost th:rough thei,,,r detroying te ;,, paatre aind" ,crops' , .aommous?- . O9n ,one pro. perty nalouq (Messe. Robertson,; of Colac), about L4O,000 was laid outin clearing it.:,o...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (ARGUS.) LONDON, Jan. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 February 1883

'EUROPEATILTEiEGRAXIS. (AnnuS.) LoonoN, Jan. 28. A witness named Kelly hoa id "nti lIed the 'ass sCill't whio, stalllied(.Mr:, has also identified a man named Kava 'gh as the cabman.who drove them. Important evidence has been given by a Fenian centre named William Lamie, irli6 Wlhrtiiiii ed ieioifnier. >He :taths tha6 several of the priadnors' ie cently arrested by the police were loaders in:therlato acts,of asoassination. He has also revealed tlhe details of a schemo to kill'all persOns k sipeted of being traitbrs to thisFdniaf organisation and of a' plot to smurclertlho/'inspector of police at Mafallow,in. county; Cork, where an eliictio'f?or ejieliier of Par liament took place on Wednesday last. ] 'eertbibF reveltionksr regarding".the Plhmnix-parlk ielers wil ie mndie on S a tu r d a y . ,- , ,c? F - u e th It is reporedtltl iA M.:Duclerc, the Premier, and General Billet, Minister of War, insist that tile.,Government. sliehillrlrihu n -a bill)to?d:af"withls the` members of, th...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our Correspondents.] RAILWAY MATTERS, ETC. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MAFFRA SPECTATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 February 1883

ORRESPONDENOE. [W o no hold ourselves repni{e for the opinions, of-ourl Qorrespondents] i ] AILWAYMifATTERS, ETO: 1 TO TIEE sDRTOn OP TIL MATFIA SrBOTATORI Sli,--I ssee by tho}JercuiUjof ; lat Saturday; that soia caltiffalins been draw ing his sword in the. wildest manner on our proposed rpilway and poqstal. ar}ango montil nod'winds ip with urging a strike amongst dur. "'hop. pickoii.! I ha?ie made enquirices.about, thi /'' land. and .water rat," 'anidI'tfind hoe is?,'like 'Bob "ont goainsry'onainipreosoaice, presient' nowh'ero. Certain it ia that'Stratford and Nuntin will.' bebdiscptiifited''and1 foiled' .by the solemn shadineoss of this and other "gooses" who are writimg re arailw y to Stratford:,- ours, d :. !' St'i: i ! ?..BRIAGOLONG. 31st JdnUary, 1883.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 February 1883

On Ml.qndla Mr. and Mrs. Wall ceolirat6d 'their goldbei Wedding at Sandhurasb,:and amongst' those present were 16 sona, and daughters, 57 grand children, aid 11' great grandchildren. Thie- coo)bined·i'ages 'of the "couple amount n l 144 years. . The typhoid cases reported at Engls. hawk (S adhurst), have, resultedin onoe death already. hl,'ho,,t?lier of the family (M1rs. Johna) expired on Monday. There hio''evorAl "ohildran,' .with onily thlo.oldlot girl, aged 18, who, has justg recovoied frohi the' fever, to'take cair oe them,, ns t,he ,t.hev is away at, 'l'ns'tn r,

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 February 1883

ENTLEMEN I h.iav'e :the honor again to inhno6ncoanyielfl Its Can-, do for' :your: asuffagse' ath6o fortlio osin Eleotion r cauised by tho diss6lutlon the Assembly,'and in futurie advertisen ?ots I hope to have' tlieo'pleasure of nouncing my views upoh pblioi matters Interest ; and'will arrange to address1 e constituents ofiL North Gippslantd' as o possiblers.; 3 Trosting for, tlhat; aupportP which ya' 0 eo cordially: granted ? me in they I remain,; ". il:mn Youns faithfully, 0 TLE ELEOTOBES OF MNORILH 1 ;l. GIPPSLAND. " ENTLEMEN,--I hereby:beg to an. ' noneo myself as a CANDIDATE r your suiranges at ths forthcoming Elec n. Some months ago I stated generally roughait Gippaland and in'the Colony at wien the Railway to Eairnsdalo and. hks' opening wore carried out, I wiould r the present resign fron Parliamentary to, but if. these measures were niot rried, I would again contest the district, 1 do my utmost to have these ssclhemes ried out. As the Railwnay ill was not iossd owing to the...

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A SUCCESSFUL ARTESIAN WELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 February 1883

a'lO~sJrt' Ul RtTESIAN.. . Abouti aýyear ago sayeralo enterprising citizens ;, of 'Mounti Vcernon, N &Y., formedoa :corporation for; the. purpose of obtaining, ann adequate:, supply 1 of paure wrater.i -After thoroughly study ip.g,the,;Aarious .systems rof i obtaining wlter,,.they, decided to sink an artesian ,dl,,reasoning, from analogy that, as 'elasin ,similar geological formatio ns yielded bountifully, their chances :of strik"ing.a, ;water-bearing crevice at a reuaonable'depth.were good.i Geologi-; cally comaidercdL-the struct~re of West chester County closely reseiibles that of AUaihattan' Island, ind, with but two o three exceptions, wells, aurik on the island have been successful. A contract waui n'de;?or ainking of a irell 8 inches in diameter, and from 300 to 700 feet; disj; according to the supply. On 23rd October the well was finisliod't'. a depth of 02 .fest. A wrought-r-on tibe 'was driven through the surface to a depthf of 0fee;t, when it struck solid rock As t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 February 1883

Trade, Notice GREAT SALE ..;. .;FEIL'AHENFELDI ",Will' positively :LEAve .' '. aP "is t ~soon as the ;,. greater portion of iu?. ,:'i valuable:: 'and -NEWLY L DRAPERYo L CLOMTHI BOOTS AND SHOES . '' expiration of Leas. i GREAT SACRIFICE I ALL' GorDS AT'YOUdR OWNP RIoE, ANDNO REASONABLE OFFER PEFUS ED. ;: :-:::I;:-i i .70 ''ELB IE 'TE IMMED HATS3 to aeet from., at prices from 4ieacli, arid worth as muchgan . I 3i .irstclbss Calicdo 8.d per yard. : ,Fine washinigPrints 4d......... :' 3 Firastelas Hollands, 4jd. { .;Heavy Chinese Silk, for dust cloalns,; ] sla 6d. peryard. S8plendlid. Moleskin, Is. 2d r yard. -Corsets; .2s.4 3d. to 6s d. worth double the moneiy:' ` Black Lyons Silk- beautiful quality, ,s.'6d. par ýyi-d'; usual price s. 6d. SOLOTHING ; . M en's Hats, 3s. 6d. ,-::;it -" .r Trowsers? Ad Veste,l 9'sd. 'd S",Tweed Coats,lined, 12s 6d' .3.t ' In,fact, sal.) the CLO? LTHING, and SHIRTS mu~h BAEow Coi0 _ TO' CLEAR. ;.- , BOOTS. AND SHOES Will e offered ~ at prices; whdli" st s...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 1, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 February 1883

THURsD'AY MORN??G, FEBi; 1,_.83. Onu cricketing glory. ha'- been shorn, 'and the' Victorians'' andl' so ?much vaunted; Australian Eleven hlave bee n decisivolyibheatern"by' tho'e l:ion: Ivo hgli reprelsetative :English teae That.' our colonial men ?a're' real cricketeras is undoubted; hero and, else wherse:;and 'that'they dr;i as a', team;n " ,• ý ,; - , .i .,,:- .,li ner . .. .l:.:.: h second. to none exceptines; ,those, at Whose 'hands they :hl'just; eeivero their jlfeat, is th4 'vernal opus on! of those ir the colony who have watched theircaress througlh tih season ust, passed at home and' theirkdoilgs' since returning. Fr ro ickeiiig icritiques whether partial or impartial, all speik faverahly of the gains they play at the wickets and iin the 'field, and the same collectively, to (thb. :eleveniifor .their lenco; they haove ieeni the best eleven coloniesi and~ ' Great r Brita nin asfar -as results spe s the .'matches in whicll they have rbeen' engaged; thesscoring m many iinstanc...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 February 1883

MELBOUIRNE STOOKREPORTS (Br Er. Krnco TnrtsonAP.) Wednesday Evening. Messrs:. A. 'LMean aidCo.prepSrt": - Fat' -dCattle. =1,76 Bead forward; a slight rise on last weok's rates took place. WeVsold 20 (bleock s for Mri. !M'Farlano to L9 10s, averaging L9 4s; Mr. Crisp'a at L9 :U Gd;c Mawloy'd to L7 10s, and cows to LG 7s 6d; Napper's bullocks at L7, and cows to L8' ji Gd, averagri~gf' 14s 3d Rawaso's" and Sholpherd's bullocks at market rates. We also sold one truck of calves far lir'F: FEritnjun; fromin 20ss:=,'L'3.:' ,?:?: 10,) diessi a D "l CAniph~t?l arid Co.r re port :-Fat Cattlel 1i70U0 lid 6f cattle pennell, nearly all Victorian, say about one-third good aind primo; market opened at about last week's rates, and improved slighlily towrdsa thli close Best pears bulloclsifiiiado L1e0 '17t Gd; ditto cows;,L7 l;2s,6d. d:Wq sold 30 bullocks for Mr. W. Montgomery, The Heart, se .verangL10 ;,,',19:"for"lMr: Jas. Hoddinott, iand 12 cows for Mr. t. Wilson, at;quotations.--::..-. lIessrs R...

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A WHOLESALE MURDERESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 February 1883

A WHOLESALE- MURDERESS. 1IrTqhre was rccently hangedat StoSins manger, min Hungary, a peasant woman from Szerdahely, named Lyukus Kathi; for raerio;a of crimes which had excited` universal horror. The.criminal was 52 years of age, shorti in stature,. and of placid,.aspect.,. She procured-:a,-largo quantity of arsenib6upon the" preteibc that her homel wna-overrun with rats, and she mixed.the poison in little cakes which she disposed of;a athiglhiprice to persons, who desired to get aidi rid of theirelrltives; 7 lHrb is?hiefi.. were chiefly wives who had got tirediof their hu sliands, lovers, who thou0ght tiattlie 'dn?hoval ivould facilitate their owire pur' poses, and even soine children pur chased the cakes that by. oftftringi theum to elderly relatives tihosy ight;'the more; rappidly come into the possesion f'tlieirproperty. Lyukus killed two husbands of her own, and,?al.?..- was accused of 2''other inurderis?ix ofwhich sheconfessed site had committed. At her trial this arch poison...

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DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 February 1883

DIBSOLUTION ý ?0 PA `:R- LIAMENT. S·" ia special' editionof 'tlie:" Govern me; t- Gazette"'which' wa's issued' 'ii'' ,Tuesday evening, there waasptoilfanis ion piroroguing Parliament~t ;thel15th' inst;:: Thiis? ispreliinhminv to thlidis3a lutionriof the Lowbr Houae;'wliich'l1illi ,bcforimallygazetted diisolvd'oniS9tir=: : day niext: The arrangeientii"ma?re' with regard to tlie' dissolutinih i'd 'to' following::. -.: 1ir;;itd" r;L'." Proclaimation iissoloviingPArlinainnt' to;beiissoed"., Saturday, 3rd1 February:,o -tDi?tb'foriissue of wirits, Wednesd.iyp 7tlhsFebruary .•-: , ,'m , Nomination day, iTnrrdly,, 1ta 'Polling day, Thur(day',22nd? ' ' ruaryf: - .: synd burld , J.Return!!of a?WritsaM,3Iondayor26th" NowParliament meets, Tuesday, 27th February. " - .-/ Tlio undermenteonet reasons werq tendered iy Sir ryan O' 1ghlen to his Excellenothe (G rnr in.suport' the Premier reques to grant a-disco 1st.,, That.ffsnister's accepted pi?cetF at Isis Excellneye's. invitation; i tion, fi cose...

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(AGE.) LONDON, Jan. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 February 1883

S LaOJnDOcf,,3an. 28,"l -ý Further diclosures have been maa e to the Irish police by the informers in custody or who-fear-arrest. From their statements. it would appear that no less than four attempts were made on the lifei of .tle, Rilit.?~iHn. W. E. Forster whils heoccupied. the of-ice.of Chief S;ecreery"'for frol1iidbh'"It 'is'as sorted that the wbuldbe assasiisrwere idehticalwith, the actual perpOtratprs of the 'Phlcok Park 'iiurders, and should this proveq.to.ihc ithe) caseethie police expect shortly to have the assas siisi ofLor~ 1Fidderidkl Caivendish amid Mr. Bourke in custody., ,·?:i i ThIl Prince of Wales arrived at Cannes, wlhciioMr.1)Gliditone is still staying. Her Mrjesty the Queen will follow in a few days, Her Majesty's medical advisors-having recocmmended her to spend the renmainder of the win ter in the south of Frqnce.. SDospit',tlhe factithat Grmani y,.A a tria, and Italy have expressed their concurrence witktieyprpoposal?s ofBEng. iii 'fdr"tlionutr~listib'n of "f...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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