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(From the "World.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 July 1884

ih. a?i..1.I e: a i ot.r na Cut and hot hier i: uvv, or thr ,: places, :a Prospect some ti... ago, i- -til in a crital colndition. It. rsI ciant': tilJ the bullet. Iaitn-c t: as Co:rl.table Lamaine, said i chiie' It spetor Kennedy, in the City Court last Frit.ay, is an effi ciet and tru-tworhy ,flicer, whto , i, i,; ::e -!! e i_ s tban the In v :- r himself. "A word for himself, ndtl a tred for Lraaine," was M1r C.di's jocular cn,,mcnt. " Another George Wa hig on." sneered MIr An extraorinary affair is reported fro:,l South Au tialia. .Ir Kingston, a w c:-kuowcnsolicitor, has been charged at tle City Po!ice Court with shooting a ,. aitnawd ('Guerin in the back o: :le h.l d t :th a i ea rifle "fy a laHk.' He w..ntld to opertate.oa ano ther matn, but thle f-iow didn't see it. !4I:.i- arattn c. msi: t-d him for trial, ar.dr tuse I,.il, f but the Chief Justice sub.,qualiy a lowed substantial bail. We awe irn rated that an important wiu:tss will le brought forward at the trial t t Sergta...

Traralgon Cricket Club. BATTING AVERAGES FOR 1883-4. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 July 1884

Traralgon Cricket Club. BATTING AVERAGES FOR 1SS3-4,. Baker, Winm. 8 2 16' 49 81 Child 3 1 12' 16 8S0 Lane 6? - 29 46 7.4 Baker, E. 7 2 12 35 70 Baker, Alf. 17 - 33 107 6.6 Mowbray 14 1 20 82 6.4 M'Laen, Jno. 19 2 23 99 5.14 Stoddart 6 1 8 28 53 Kenyon 11 1 15 46 4.6 Nolan, E. 7 3 10' 17 4.1 Baird, J. R. 5 - 9 21 4.1 Campbell, C. 13 2 16' 44 4.0 Whittakers, Wm. 7 - 11 26 3.5 Curran, 1I. 18 2 16 50 32 Curran, J. 18 1 14 44 2.10 Smith, F. 6 -- 11 14 12 - Jones, H. . 6 - 6. 13 21 Williams 14 - 7 23 1.9 Whittakers, E. 16 2 6 17 13, Thompson, J.B. 3 3 3 1-0 Taylor, W. 8 - 1 4 - Hiekox, G, 5 1 "3' 3 Bell 5 - 2 3 - Nolan, C. 4 - - - - * Signifies not out. The averages for bowling not having been very correctly taken, and no prize being pre sented for same, they have been omitted.

AGRICULTURAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 July 1884

AGhICUl TU ?AL N OTES -o--- Potato raising.-" Experrmenter," in the last number of the " Gardeners' Monthly," sates that f r a few years past he has succeeded in raising po tatoes in a shorter time by first indu cing them to sprout before planting. " A few weeks before planting time," he says, " I select my seed potatoes, and set them in a warm place to sprout. By the time my ground is ready, the shoots are about 3 inches ill length. Tile potatoes are handled carefully, so as not to break the growth and cut up in suitable size, as in the ordinary way. One strong shoot is left to each piece. Tile sets must be put into the ground carefully, of course or the shoots will be brok n off. As growth connllences at once, tile green tops show in it a few days. There is is easily a caving of two weeks' titme at the start." For the purpose of tsasing a very early supplay in tile gar den, this method is provably an exce. lent one. Charcoal prevents disease in hoes. The codhn mnoth is double broo...

MISCELLANEOUS. London, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 July 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. London, June 29. The 46th Regiment has been or dered to proceed to Keneb, mn Upper Egypt. The Madagascar committee of th., French Chamber of Deputies have vo ted a large sum to defray the expenses of the permanent oceupat:on of Tama tave and four other ports in Madasgs car. London, June 28. The German Reichstag has shelved the proposal to grant a subsidy of 4,000,000 mare (.9200,.O0)'f-for tha etbt~iishment and maintenance of a line of mail steamers between Ger many and Australia and the East. London, June 29. The German Reichstag has passed Prince Bismarck's measure providing f r compulsory insurance against acci dents. London, June 96. Mr Murray Smith, the agent-gene ral for Victoria, is pressing upon the Colonial Office the necessity for taking immediate steps to settle the question of the annexation of New Guinea. London, June 28. The interests of the Samoa Planta tion Company have been purchased by a German syndicate. London, June 29. Sir Henry Parkes, speaking a...

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 July 1884

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday. Mr John G. Dougharty reports:-Fat Cattle,-1580 drawn for, but only about 1200 forward; sales very brisk atan advance of 15s to 20s. I sold outside 150 bullocks, Crowe, £10; 100 O'Neill. £8 10s; 60 Dela. tite, £10; 20 Bowman, The Ridge, averaging £11 16s ; 10 Irwin, Sale, 20 Leggatt, 10 from Traralgon, and sundry other drafts. Best pens bullocks, £12 to £14 10s; good do, £10 to £11; medium, £9 to £10; inferior, £6 to £7. A M'Lean & Co, report:-Fat Cattle. 1580 drawn for ; prices advanced from 10s to15s. We sold 40 bullocks for Mr Keogh to £6 17s6d, averaging LB 8s ; 45 bullocks and cows for Mr Buckley, the former at £7 10s and cows to £7 7s 6d ; 20 bullocks for executors Jas. Roland, to £10 10s, averaging £10 ; 11 cows for Mr P. Boland, at £7 7s 6d; 11 for Mr Fenton, jun., to £5 5s ; 9 bullocks for Mr Pruden, to £14 10s; O'Neal's £8 10s; Morgan's £7 5s; M'Cole and Brearton's, to £9; and cows to £5 7s 6d; and Chester's cows at market rates ; and.M...

SALE V. TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 July 1884

ESLE V. TRAesLGON. On Tuesday morning disappointment was felt by a number at the non-ar pearance of the Sale footba lers by the morning train. However, before many hours had passed, a telegram was received stating that they were coming by the road, and at about 2 p.m., they were heartily cheered as they drove up to hlst HIickox's hotel. At three o'c ock a start was made, TraralLon having the choice of goals, and Sale playing with eighteen men. The latter rushed the ball forward in a geod sty e, and for a few minutes kept it tine::r the local back players, but it was taken ijt the ter. itory of the visitors, and they very rare y had an opportu nity to get the leather in dangerous proximity tJ the Trara'gon goal posts although Allen, Clemenls, and Camp bell, by their excellent play, several times managed to give the back players of the home team something to do. Any adtaitage that they obtained was, however, not long held for the Traral gon men were playing in good form, Win. Waittake...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 July 1884

C0,werca' ote -i T. Ea elE & other zc amreariea i-b ylai,~" on zumd. !T 1 IEPIIU1I g, BRFEED, 8tUlil' Butcher, riSi-- rTfneule>~. C, E. ". Jounes, ji _a ý_Ewller, IFL STllIO,1 *~I - eudw -. V' Tcr Go 5!, - F 9.15 rOE ndLhis " .' ,'I, 1.' °-^: llP K inL H IE Ilerdenh Lc :i.L, STriflC SiUZoTT( DT 1AIJGJNJ ,__- * ioe i ?[aki eaer. _T S TRAllAL GOK. IV. . N OkPenden, Boot & S- hue maker,~E~ _:IIT T., T-' ALLGO- . :-.:t::p C 3Efl9LiY made ip. Marie & Co., ~lr~7Ti:ID _L TRZB __rr~. · tme bridgy TRRRILGOX. Ch'lart es aiz, !I[ORFWELL. Sae3les and Ber muLfalC rLl t m Stock. t"Ih neatness and errMk none in fret-rhea sICt a WELL Cheap Boot, st~ore. t~iz Ic-i Gnnne. inS1 Cati Osin floz m mIORWFELL. ~200, Gestleniem's e~a~s~ enae to n~Pmi ieIboine pelnes. ENTIRELY NEW STOCK Of Ent-las, Drapery, Clothing, SBootsaad S.hoes,. Stationery Fancey Goods, etc., IRON STORE, MORWELL. A G. ber to inform the inhnbifli nz .Eoaatt _nz;wood, 3iboo, and sur fiotndin^ dist icts tht he ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 July 1884

TRARALGON POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. MAILS CLOSE FOR Melbourne Warragul Daily at 7 40 a.m. and Drouin Mloe 5"20 p.m. Morwell J Waterloo t Daily, Trafalgar 7 40 a.m. Rosedale and Daily, Sale 11 i1 a.m. & 7'50p.m Glenmaggie Seaton Heayfield Daily, Cos war "1115 a.m. Toongabbie Latrobe Walhalla - Mon., Wed., Fri., 11"15 Happy Go a.m. Tues. Thurs Lucky J Sat., 740 a.m. Tvers ... Tues. & Fri. 12"15 p.m Callignee . Thursday, Yarram Yarram 1 10 p.m. Correspondence for Mirboo must go by 5.20 p.m. mail to Morwell, Mon., Wed. & Fridays. MAILS ARRIVE FROM Melbourne Warragul Daily, 11"43 a.m. and Drouin Moe I 30 p.m. loaweU I \\ratsrloo Daily, Trafalgar } 11.4 a.m. Sale Daily, Rosedale }810 a.m. & 5"57 p.m Glenmaggie Seaton Heyfie'd Daily, Cowwtr 5.45 p.m. Toongabbie Latrobc J Walhallh ) 3Mon.,W ed.,Frs. 9"30 p.m Happy Go Tues. Thure. Satur. Lucky ) 5'45 p.m. T'yers ... Tues. & Friday 11 n.m Calligneo 1 Saturday, Yarram Yarram 1 5 p.m POSTAGE RATES, On and afte...

Football. MORWELL v. TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 July 1884

Football. ---G tOaRWELL V. TrAIALGOt. The return match between the above t clubs was looked forward to with some I interest, the first match having been very close, so that both teams brought forward their best available talent, and were represented by full twenties, with a determination to win. Traralgon, I being the visiting team, suffered from the loss of three of their best men, but despite this, were very sanguine of victory. Although the weather in the early portion of the day had been most unfavorable, still it cleared up before noon, and when the game commenced, the ground was is very fair condition. The home team, as is usual, were more than half-an-hour after time, and it was not until after three o'clock that a start was made, Traralgon having the advantage of a slight incline, and keeping the ball well forward, M,,rwell getting the ball into their opponents' territory on two or three occasions, but not for long, for it quickly flew towards the centre, and often in danger...

Toongabbie. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 July 1884

Toon.gabbie. 1.,n ,o:r own corr spondent. Wednesday. i. s have been rather dull here, :i.: when we take into considera :.. t it is the depth of winter, ace winter mon hs always bring *-:.*stion from which all parts of the :: i nffer to a rester or less extent, : u.:,ose we a e not the worst off "; I .i. There are some reporos :.:just now te.at there is to be a _ t -:t'on house eree:ed at the a.r__:b e ia-;lway S ation, which 1 - . is to be constructed of brick. .:--?a improvement is badly ai at To:g gabb e, which I believe ta h r the busteot station along t is The Toongabbie cricketers journeyed ::e?ficld on Saturday last to play i Hefieldrs, the result was, how r, easy victory for the home team. -- Hep;ie ders went to the wickets - an, were rapi ,ly disposed of for a I:f S runs. Ths Toongabbieites :.tnt in, and the innings closed S raTd Jo.al of 6 ruus, Heyfield :. .r wi:i 12 runs to spare. T _.re is at be a -rand concert held T, T?. .:?aie Mechanics' Institute on? f:l2iy i-x:, the...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 July 1884

BIRTH. Smith.-On the 30th June, the wife of H J. Smith, Traralgon, of a daughter. Both doing well. MARRIAGE. WHITNEY.-PIGGOT.-On the 16th June, at the Parsonage, Sale, by the Rev. Canon Watson, Thomas Whitney, of Tweeddale, Traralgon, to MIrs. Mary Piggot, of Sale. DEATH. GREENWELL.-On the 25th June, at Hotham, Sarah, wife of William Greenwell, and mother of George Greenwell, of Rosedale, aged 71 years. Ballarat papers please copy.

Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 July 1884

3&isceelaneous. -- I L. :ipper. that thl inhabitants of the rc-i o:? where the M0-srs Edw.rd nnd Di i,. IK.ly, lHart :nd Byrne held out si .ogsl, lhav. ao,,tlcr ilc.t inouaery flour .-Ling among then as thor ughly as i.rje e-elin did under the skilful ii:.:,.iem nt of the d ceased hghway ::i. T c lli hare managi d to get on :: track of the off oders ::nd have . limber of prci.ecutions to come on ,: '.:;ia, o "n lte 3Sth inst., of p~ople v.h ..r., rl:h:'. d Y. ith ilicit disti. a t.I. g!avc eil:ni ill t;i e eyes of the S.i. a',:; t rol ti e rvecnue and poi so - the li,,t-. 'Te staiunchles blue nii . r w-it ilil prrc-r to see a man get 't iv t ihre. t:Is r n;'i:iu il a respecta b l. ,:: i ulpo p:oirt ly cectified spirits, r'-'" h il-, tllat ihe i sluld even once ;.: i.,; hy ini c' wiii ith- crud-. poiso s pr!,i;ir.'i roi thi practics . There i-.: kind ol tn tory abroad that the hlci r;iv ie '"k:,; up" by this trade, a i-, V.- re niumtiied out of its pro cid'. A- theo 'eized an...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1884. FRENCH WAR WITH CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 July 1884

(Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1884, FRENCH WAR WITH CHINA. o--- The responsibility which it was lately feared France would incur, by her aggressive policy in Tonquin, has bees real:sed, and she is committed to a war with China. The Chinese Go vernment, treaty notwithstanding, seem bound alike by interest and tra ditional policy to insist on preventing the establishment-which means the consolidation-of a European power on the Chinese frontier, and has set about securing this indiepensrble con. dition by the only method available, namely, fighting. The latest accounts of the military resources of China, prove that, in a defensive war, she would be a dangerous adversary. The lessons of her last contest with Euro peans have been laid to heart, and the strenuous exertions of Li-IIung-Chong have raised a corps of seventy thou. si d men to a s, ate of efficiency :pre viously unknown in China. They are officered by Europeans and are armed with European weapons. It is bel...

FIELD AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 July 1884

FIELD AND GARnDEN. --o Orchard and Vireynrd.-Head down budded trees, not cutting too close to the bud. Put in vine cuttings. Fin mu e prunt' t rure, s. pur port recently planted young fruit trees, and mulrh the soil around them. Ap ply a good dressing of stable manure to strawberries; it may be lightly forkr d i. to the ground or left on the surfac . Kitl-hen Garden.--Thin and trans plant onions, and make a fresh sowing. Sow and tr nsplant cabbage, cauliflower, lettuce, antd other salading. Plant horseradish and ground artichokes. lret.re ground for rsparagus by deep tret.ching and heavy manuring. The Field.-Carrots as a field crop may be sown this month. For root crops, the soil ought to be now in good preparatory tilth; if it was deeply ploughed, the manure catted in early in the autumn, and the? weeds kept down by scarifying little requires to be done beyond sending the cultivator as deeply as posible through the soil to let the air doean to it, when the land is dry enough to per...

THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 July 1884

THE GAZETTE. Apl!icatinl s and r the Land Act Lot gr:ated.-John Wyd.', 12a, Tar win; Jo n T. Btunip 147a, Merrimu: Jans 1 t+l ' 160., M ce; Morne n?wn . 3i0:, DUi.r um. Ulcer section 47, \W . D, r y, in, Troralgcn. Li.ici-. , Ilar. I:,d void.-James i i:, n. ;,o. Loy Ya, g; Timothy L:n 211, .o1'" oog; D. Ffraser, jun 100a,.T ,ral cn. Open for selection on tle 11th J.l1 , at 0 a.m. A.pphcatihns for 1:censes approved. Iic?vy T'l.t r, 2094a, Callignee; S. muI11 D. Horton, in T'nralgon. Cr.1-q r, of leases.-Margaret Stagg to C. Wo.dhouse, 15Sna r 16p, Win Lil: o: oar . Doultree to Jane Hair, 7a tr 11I, Carrajung. Applic.tions for grant approved. J;t-. Gor.ma+ , l17a 3r 34 , Maryvale.

NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 July 1884

NEWS AND NOTES. Tuesday was observed as a half holiday in the township in celebration of the Queen's birthday, which had been postponed on account of the death of Prince Leopold. The property of Mr H. M'Neil will be disposed of on Monday by Mr C. M'lotosh, auctioneer, of Sale. We (" Mercury") regret to record the decease of James Ashton, jun., who expired in the Gippsland Hospital on Sunday merining from injuries received by a fall from a horse be was jumping at the racecourse on Wednesday last. he deceased, who was a son of Mr James 4ehton of Winnindoo, was a jockey in the employ of the Hon. Wm. Pearson, and it was while riding a horse belonging to that gentleman that he met his death. He was only '22 years of age. Mr Hickox has commenced building operations between the shop of Mr Jo seph Caffrey, barber, and Mr Kleesat tel's chemist shop. The building is to be occdpied by a Mr Lamont as a tailoring establishment. The contractors for Mr Neville's new hotel haive signed the contract...

HOW TO TEACH TRICKS TO ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 July 1884

ti\ l alRl.S. -o Ir ciither of our little folk ha.s a pet, let ii, fir-t to low the -x mp.o of the ·och shlhler.!, ad to ech it .how to love him next 1, t him find out what is th," particular delicacy to which the pet is addicted. This delicacyv nu then ibsolutely reserved for a rew;rd. Now suppose Fido is wanted to rge- the first step in all tuiti, nt-lift hill ge'tly on his hliud legs and hold t; c tempting morsel above hi.s hI-'ld for ai few econls, tll;l g hin to" beg," iandI repeating, the word seversal tines, keepling himi lolnger \;ith each lesso uniii he begs at the sinple word of colunland, Tth:n beg;n a walkilg l, sson: stanld hilt against the weill, hold tlhe delicacy a ihoslt dlietance fromt his tose, and let Fidoi make one step with his hind legs to it ; nxt day try two steps--;ind so on. To teach hli to jumet', hold a stick or hoop a very little distance from the ground and the t;t-lit the oi. r side, so that to reach the tempting mn r~eel the stick must be jumped ovsr...

Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 July 1884

.IiscellaneouS. When Mr Walker ' went back" on the Spiritualists so far as to admit that he himself bad been guilty of, well, to put it mildly, misleading them, and never had been in a trance, it was felt among the ,Spiritualists themse',ns that a severe blow had been dealt at their fait!'. Butit is in the nature of these beliefs that they should have taken such a firm hold of their disciples as to withstand even the rudest shocks. And it is to with the Spiritualists, for I under-tand that arrangements have been concluded with a Mr Morley, an eminent Spiritualistic lecturer, to pay a visit to Australia.-" Mercury." Many months ago a Funefyl Reform Association was formed, which had for its objects the doirg away with the , s-bie suits of woe" and unnecessary expense in funeral processions. It never made much headway, though a great many adopted the plain black crape band round the arm. Now, hosever, an effort is to be made to \esuciat- the association on a more Vractical basis, such ...

No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 July 1884

The French Government has fixed the ind?mvity to be paid by China at £10,000,000, and it is believed that the French admiral will be orderd to oc cupy the port of Foo-chow as a mate rial guarantee for the payment of the amount demanded. The Kennedy family af Scotch vo caeists give thcir last performance be fore an Auskralian audience to-morrow evening in Melbourne. Mr Sommers of MIorwel is oflferng pure Ayreshite bull caves for sale. The Premier stated in the egis'a tive Assembly that he hoped to deliver the Budget speech oil Tue-dayv text. The new Governor, Sir Henry L ch, isexpected to arrive daily, the day of his arrival is to be a public holitda and be is to be right ,orally gree:ed.

Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 July 1884

Wednesday. In the Legislative Council petitions were presented in favor of the Mining on Private Property Bill from residents of Melbourne, Sandhurst, Mnldon, and Heatheote. The Married Wown's Property Bill passed through committee. In the Legislative Assembly Mr Tucker, answering Mr Davies, said that since the sitting of the Commission on closed roads a large number of them had been opened, and the question was practicallysettling itself, but the Goveramem hoped to deal wifh it this session, possibly by amending the Local Go vernment Act. Mr Service moved an addressto the Queen, praying that a bill, or basisof one, drafted by the Convention, might be submitted to the Imperial Parliament. Cr Gannson moved a frivolous amendment, which was negatived by voices, and the address was carried without a division, Mr Tuckerthenmovedforleaveto introduce the Land Bill, explaining the principle of the measure as already published by the press. He said the pastoralland amounted to8,300000 acres,...

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