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MIRBOO RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

MIR80) RA.ILh YY. --o-- Ave notice that the selectors of Mirbao are bringing their half-finished rilaay line again prominently before the Government. '"ASufericg Selec tor" tr:dng to tie" WAgd' states that Ir is tnow s: onesa since the works on the Norwell and Mirboo railway came to a sudden stop, and duri- ' that r'me the whole bouiness cf the district has been paralysed. To the o' repeaed inquiries as to when openraions rwuld be resumed, the answers hC-e a':ays been hopeful, but indefirate. Eigh: weeks ago, viz., on the 10h October, the following ap eared in a parliamentary report - "1r. Mason asked the Commissioner of Railways if the second permanent survey of the Mlorweil and Mirboo railasv bad been comin ated ; and if so, when he intende3. proceeing with the construction of ?e line. Mr. Gillies replied that b.e hboed to be in a Position to call for tenders in a fe das-. "The xi:r.trdina-r delay which has taken place is most cruel and injurious to all the inhabitants here, and s...

[?] SWINE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

CHURCH OF ENGLAND BAZAAR. --0- Ladies willing to assist in Church of England Bazaar please meet at St James' Church on Saturdovi.t 2 o'clock. J. B. WALKER. Olblsi of Traraligon --o- CAPE WEED. -0- Tke Shire Council desires to draw the attention of residents, in the Shire, to the fact that the " Cape Weed" has made its appearance in the district. They coud urge upon all the necessity for at once EIanOcs. TING this pest, on its being obLerd, and thus prevent its spreading. JAMES CAMPBELL, Shire Sec Shire Hall, Traralgon, 11th December, 1883 G. U. O. O. F. -0 A Meeting of embers of the New Province Lodge, No. 1894, will be held on Friday, Dec. 21st. in the Court House, at 8 p.m. Persons desirous of seeing'the Lodge kept open are requested to he present and give in their names as candidates. A. L1 GALBRAITH. Secretary TRARALGON MECIIANICS' INSTITUTE, --0- The Annusal Meeting of Subscribers will be held in the above hall, on Wednesday, 9th January, 1884,at 8p.m. Bumasss To receive Balanc...

COAL DISCOVERY [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

00AL DISCO ITERY ----- On ,'.ednesday, 't!: Dec., a telegram from lr. Hare, wrare~n for Gippsland, ,onvered the imnort?lnt information to the lining Deprtmncnt that a larg: seam of coal. hd been struck on Seal lctt's selection, in the h irboo district For a long t;me tie cristence of coal at Mirboo and the surrounding district. has been well ee orn, but the coal on the surfaeo has been of a poor descrip tion. HIo-ever, a pnort of prosnector recently rmn' a chaft on Mr. BMr arlett ? elcetion, and the result of their labours in that they have struck a cslendid scam of coal. The shaft was visited yesterday by a party of gentle men who, we understand, decribe the seam ac being about 4ft. fin. in thick ness. Thecoal appears rich in quality, and the diccovery has consequently croused considerzble excitement in the Gippsland district. A further discovery of coal, the result of the labours of another party of prospectors c few miles distant from Mirboo, was reported yesterday, so that the e...

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

PRESBYTERIAN CIiURCIH. Rev.J. G. ýWhen, at Traralgon ... 11 a.m. Flynn's Creek .. 3 p.m. Rosedale ... Collections for Hospital at Traralgon and Flynn's Creek -0

AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION London, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

AUSTRALIAN FEDERtTION London, Dciember 10. The "Pall Mall Gazette" says that the establienment of a Federal Coun cil of the Australasian colonies, as decided upon at the recent conven tion held in Sydney, is a long otride in the right direction, if only the pace at twhich the colonies are going is no' forced too rapidly to iost. London, December 11. The epanish press, discussing the proposal of the British Government to admit Ipanish W'ines 0dag. proof at . duty of a chilling -a gallon, on donditiounof l3painý plazing EnglInd on the footing of the most favoured nation, irsists that the degree of proof chould be extended ,to 38deg.

FRANCE AND TONQUIN London, December 11 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

FItAFME LITD TITQQUIT Lcndon, Dec~mbc- ll In tho COhamber cf JDeputiec yoster dey, .reolaticn exsrc^i g?? the confi derce of the Houc~ of 1iniatry could defend the influence cnd honor of Fra?ze in Tenni??:, ;r.d ad,pted bye msjority of 109 votes. i.2. Jules Ferry, the Premier and LIinicte- forForeign Affairs, said that China had requested en armistice, but th:. the G-overnment had refused to gc.an this until . ee~aifaetny basis for negotstio.a had been agreed upon. He added thnt the policy of France aimed simply at the conversation of her colonial empire.

European News. THE ANNEXATION RESOLUTION. London, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

(From the daily papers) THE ANNEX?~ION RESOLU TION. London, December 7. The "Pall a-'ll Gazette," rcfrring to th" speech delivcied by the Chancellor oft .e Ezcheqagr to his constitesnu , & i nottingley, near Pontefrct, on T'urday, ep:n?e?Je r. hoips that Mr. Ch'e-rs ;:ill infue i?lo Lord Delhy a piit of sympathy for the demacris of the Lu::tralian ccor.iez. London, December.8 The Cp:.vitor s?ay that the policy for rula:t3 by the Auetralaeion Conven tion, though it is one thlt owill startle Lao: D:by, and try the nerve of the L. periae P.rli.ment, in ncverthelezs a er'.eonablopolicy. It counidera that if the colonies ?ae feterate. so at to form a str'ng and unitod Iody the Imperial Goveanmcnt will have to annex Near Siie - '.c.a-,;l ' ra rno to respet tha idcepeh9iace of the Net Eebrides. It believez uhet the rule over the Pani fic is tha deatiny of Australia. The Economist thi, he that while the* coloniens as uncble to mr.itain the Pcifia.:jainat forcign ag.rcasion by their ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

IIr. IýRE]D, a'nilY Butcher, 1 eye Street, TraralgOn. Nono but the best quality of meat kept. odaa tresln, ei~ daay. CEW oneM. Franklin St et ' CfCI WATCt 1 CLO ilve :mtlT! ( eler 1otcC nh ac X' .nRO 'I sarargOi B ;ke : GAI T anF~s this, .pporsonossv' of oshaosnko.' Puhlicyf.1 arn~gao: and suoundi; itnt patoonapaho tait eed lro ticmmuii4 Ti3epdandnald t Ea nc fvors fot ttuie. YU. Tobacdo}1csý 000. KSELEW%'TT~ F~ae~dcGbdS De1ýn Agont for ,520soan zoo r noaersopoora. W' NORRIS, (,Ot a Iiioe Wi1aazers K AYE ST., 'BARALGON. Fancy Slippers neatly male np. 1PE NTEIS & UNDERTAKERS KATE ST., oecar thIe bsridge, TP~t.- 1a 41.LGO' LDDLER & IIhARNESS MAKER, iHORWELL. 11 descriptions of Saddles and Har ness imade and kept in stock. epairs executed with neatness and despatch; piho'ltery work done in first-class style. ENGLISH'S heap Cash §tores MORWELL AND LA TROBE Highest price given fur General Produce, IV]OIg WIVELL hheap Boot Stor. CHARLES PEARCE Otto Enolito, German, oot Col...

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Dairy Produce [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

iELOBOU,1INE MARKiETS. -o Dairy Produce Messrs. MI'(aw, 11i?wrick, and Co. telort ;--"''ew cheese is in full sup p;ý, and the mrket is r ther quics. 'u:lcd bLutc. is in full suphly, t.t,d prices are firm at full late rates. lres' butttr is plhntifnl, hut owing to the extrcme heat, a large quantity is coming to hand only in moderate coUiiuon. Prices realisod were as u1: r :-CEL.?s; --new,-Prime, GO; to p ý._i " : r po d : nl ' imnn i,i It,. i 3'd t1o ., do. ; inf-rr, loser. Lo old o0!e: ,g. lh; tle-P, t!ed, Gid to _dci p:- lb. f .r ; :irol, : .d f.,n m?o to GL?, cr it fo ?. ood. Lu r r-ofri l .r i. s' o: a :";r( <d ,fcic '."m ]:, :e=l's r t s, r-g ,g fro: 7'id t I, for r:lt " " " foom aid t d foi co:le s :. linct outof ca5li lon rt lowr a 1:. EIgg--r.guil'r stupp'y--1 to 1r 2-d per doz.; Iurkies, 7s to 17s Od per pair; ducks, 4s to 5s do.; geese, 6 to is Gd do.; fowls, Gs 9d to ds Gd do.' Liveo tock lat Cattle - 1761 were erterr-d for sale, a fair proportion of which 'were...

TRARALGON CATTLE MARKET Monday, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

T'lRi ALGON CATTLE MAlAKET Mionday, December 10. I ackay Wilke .- , o, report S:ere Gatt!e--Bidding brisker; our 'ar?l fullv. cupplied ; every lot sold~ t sati. -ioro prices to vendors; bUldoc': frog: L4 3s; steers from L14 ?;i heifers from L3 15s; spring ars from L3 Ils ; cAlves from 1Gs' orsts--Heavy up to L31; good hacks from L15 up to L19 10s; small prnies, up to LlI. Pigs-,- nice lot forward which sold fcr very high prices ; bidding in this lire being very spirited.

CROWN LANDS SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

CROWN LANDS SALE. _------o-. Several small blocks of Crown lands in fee-simple were offered on Monday, at the local Police Court. Tihe follow ing is a resume.-Lot 1. continuing 2r 7-10p, at Toongabbie, ,no offer. Lot 2, containing 3la 3r Sp, in the parish of Yinnar, county of Buln Buln, adjoining Mr. Cahill's holding on Billy's Creek, was purchased by J. Cahill at the upset price of Ll Ss pcr acre. LotS, containing 17a 2r 33p, parish of Winnidoo, county of Tanjll, 19th section block of Mr. Lloyd, wos purchased by the last named at the upset price of L1 5s per acre. Lots 4 and 5, containing 1Sa Ir 23p, and 15a Sr 7p resnectively, parish of Rose dale, county of Buln Baul, adjoin ng Mr. Alex. Smith's purchased land on theRiver Latrobe Mr. Smith pure angrd at the upset price of L1 1ls per acre. Lot 6, area G.? 3r 3p, parish of IIoler Plains, county of Buln Buln, adjoining the holding of Mr. C. Chown on the River Latrobe, no offer.

Hazelwood. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

H?azelvood. -0 On Wednesday eveniog the 12th inst., a tea meeting was held to celk brate the opening of the Hazelwood North Presbyterian Church. The weather was most unfavorable, thile rain pouring down, and the few who were then gathered began to think that the meeting would have to be adjourned. The rain, however, ceased, and the prople began to assemble from all quarters At about heren tea was commenced, and continued for an hour or more. The attendance beisg really good. The provisions were abundant and of most excellent quality, and the floral decorations were superb. The tables were pro" vided by the ladies and presided over by Miss Shaw, Mrs James Bolding, Thompson, 0 Shaw, D. Shaw, Gooden, and Misses Thompson, Goodec, Buck, and Geoal After tea the Rev. J. G. Wilson took the chair and opened the meeting by giving out the sJ Psalm, and then led in prayer. He briefly gave h history of the church and then called on the treasurer, Mr D. Shaw, to make the financial statement, from...

FLYNN'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

(Frno onU Owi" co0RRESPONDENT.) Christmas is cocming along so quietly and stealthily here that no one seems to realic t?he approach of our National Loliday. In fact, farmers, an a rule, are too much engrossed with the work of clearing, ploughing, sowing and rerping, to sit much store upon holi days. The crops generally are in a very forward condion, but the past fort night's dt wvather has injuriously afficted them ad unless we have a good fall of rin during the present month, the lsImated yield will be much reduced. So far as I have heard there is ~cyet no sign of either rust or caerpUll,, and while it is too coon to forsm arreot estimate of the pvob.bls yield,pt I have no doubt thrt with a fes hours' steady rain it will ba very satinstory. The area ?ni?r cultivation this seacon is quite upto the usual average foi this district,!asit is only the land on the c'ee.h flss which is fit for cultivation, th: kIck blocks being only good for ~gcing- land. The principal crops grow are oats,...

ENGLISH TRADES UNIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

ENGLISH TRADES UNIONS. Tie TeknragFh" witing on the Unions of the worhiio men wrijtes -The organisation of lator in Englsnd is admirsbly ilindttated by the sis teenth annua Trades tniors' Congres, recin:ly held in N ttindham. The cocgrev.e representso n0 les than 13S septsate cniore, with an enomones and highly o:ganL~ed nemherebbn aOn reatr ilusninl strength. The;i-cozes of the seven chief unions alone amount to more than L3Y0),ir0 par annum; sad t ofEgh to comilete retuo ~E are blis'hed, the aggregate in?oe cf the Shole 186 anions must amount to some tilliao' sterli?g In a Cetce of great in, lustrl depres?ion (156 - 1851). en of the socieies alore spent e - to emilnios sterling in naid to at ened cr unemplotad members. SI 1 . 179-- nry b'ack re-r for Eng lih? industry - the sEven Eocieties -pent seer lS03,Ci? for these purposes, c ca ar of the us ons wholly sun p~r:ed 11,?53 fromiies, or acre t an ?oC0o eromns. Nor did that ocst e~~ief di? lisih the call on other head-. The E:ck t...

A SAD OCCURRENCE [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

A SAD OCCURIRENCE -o Avery melancholy fatality, s l. may involve the loss of a second " occurred at Eaglehawk on Tue ? evening.. Between 2 and 8 o'clock the afternoon Mr Edward Bright well known slaughtermanwasiafon~ that his younger son, about three y.? of age, was missing. A number search parties scoured the gullies a ranges in the neighbourhood with success. At about ? o'clock o the searchers noticed that the lid o large underground tank near t house had been broken. It was tia surmised that the child had falle int the tank, which contained about lse of water. Drags were procured fro0 the police station,. and shortly aftr seven o'clock the lifeless body wv raised to the surface. It was t found that the deceased's mother, is 'enceinte',bad not retulrned rm ,,h iusLh,in.whichi she was sorobing lot; the lad. Search parties were conse. quently organised to discover her whereabouts, but up to an advancel soar no tidings had been received. The night is very inclement, and fears are ent...

GOSSIPY PARAGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

G3SSIPY PARAGRAPHS. On the day before the reception ten dered her recently at St. George's, Bermuda, the Princess Louise went for a solitary stroll along the shore; and after a time, becoming thirsty, she stopped for a drink at the cottage of a negro fisherman. No one was there but "auntie," and she was as busy as could be ironing a shirt for her " ole man" to wear at the reception. The princes as'ted for a glass of water. "i'se no time to bodder getting water fo' you," was the reply. " l'e fea'ful busy, for I'se bound to see the Queen' chile to-morrow." "But if you'll get me a glass of water, I'll iron while you do so," said the princess, "The offer was accepte3, the princess finished the shirt and got the water,' and then revealed her identity. "Fo' de Lo'd honey !" exclaimed "auntie," when she recovered from her surprise. "Ole man no' no one else ever wear dat shirt again nohow" In a (' Ararat Advertiser") recent issue, some reference was made to thse pros pects of the approachin...

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

ArOSLRAL" nzxEMuIERS. Coz'-t.:t:a .a-:: he oratorical rqu.:i;L::.o:- ' --o Australasian ..,e: c2 .:. zhe Sydney SE. " w'!<:, ::--·' T n s.s a who!e hPr- ?i . E:-ri ; m . oe god impres si:--: - n irT :.,::::: En'.se. They dshe. -1 . -ther:-:: -h- they were s:out, ;i: . *?? r :;:.'. "i.-ea the ques t-e:'tair,,e :- -:: r'.y in the face, .a: t.< haI de:':: op.nions, and sct a'.L, Wr:e i:. :r.d to express U. '. 'Our on 'nremier, let us ,'r at it, did ot ;'::.? particuhrly as - :--. Mr• S:: is o great an -:.;--..- ir orI:ct B. Be wants the li-h;:ressz. toib, ~h' "ent~" the humor :.J he T ;:ns the Tr:hole for a sufi c:n: rua m::;: or eu:'i:asm to rouse th: of his a e. He thinks c-"arlv.: he csu express himse!f c'eC.r r.. I:' he dc?z- make it clear h,": :r 1 s a nfi:a !Curpe, and he di.s n: ca-,r his .:dience with a rush. I le seems :o be salway anxious to si: co ao, and i-n. his andience asymr:L -e wi th dese. It was ir:ur ate f-or te -neuaTon of the colc- r; at I LM....

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