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LIST OF COURTS. POLICE COURTS— JULY, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 July 1884

LIST OF COURTS. PoucE CourTs JULY, 18S1. Rosedale, on Wecdnesday, 2nd, Revision Court, Friday 18;h. Toongabbie, on Thursdry,3rd,at 11 .in. ; summonses tisued on Friday, 27th June. Traralgon, on Thursday-, 10th and 24th, letio-ion Court, Friday the 18th at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on Friday;. 4th and 1Sth. Iorwell, on Wedtnesday, 16tlh, at 10 a.m. ; Eusolnonsetis.uedon Wednesday,9.th. 3loe, on Saturdav, 1l9h, at 9 n.m.; Wardeu s Cturt, saume date. at 9 a.m.; suommonses issued on Saturday. 12th. Sunmoonse: for all above courts issued at "Rosed.le ee?y Monday.

Sunday Services, CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 July 1884

Suun day services, -0 CIIUICII OF ENGLAND. Rev. J. 1. Walker, at Callignee (new hall) 11 n.m. rlynn's Creek ... 3 p.m Traralgon 7

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

ILatest Intelligence By Electric Telegraph. -:0: (From our own correspondent.) Thursday evening. Sir Henry Loch is expected to ar rive on Tuesday next, the ceremony for his reception is being continually re vised. The banquet to come off on Friday to celebrate the formation of the De fence Corps is expected to rival in brilliancy the banquet celebrating the successful essay of the Sydney conven tion which were not successful and seem unlhkely to be for some time. An old woman named Hayes, 80 years of age, has been so burned at Sandhurst that no hopes are held out for her recovery. The "Ballarat Star" has again changed hands, Martin and Grose, proprietors of the "Creswick Adverti ser," being the purchasers. At the Licensed Victualler's ball last night the license of the " Age" in its remarks respecting that body was strengly reprobated. Cross summonses were called on ar the Equity Court to-day in the matter of the Oriental Bank; one by Mt Howat asking that local liquidation should be...

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

PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCII. Rev. J. G. Wilson, at Traralgon 11 a.m. Communion Service. Hazelwood North ... " 3 p.m. Morwell, ... ... 7 p.m.

European News. AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 July 1884

European News. --o- (From the "Argus.") AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, July 5. According to the latest news which has been received repeceting the pro gress of the insurrection in the Soudan it is still uncertain whether Berber has been captured by the rebels. The fall of Dongola is daily expec ted. The condict of the governor; of the town shows that he is trimming between the Egyptian; Government and the insurgents. A further advance of the Arabs will be made after Ramadan, the 'Moham medan month of fasting. The action of the Mabdi (Moham med Abmed), is paralysed by the re cent appearance in Darfour of a rival tUlabdi, who asserts his supremacy over the former. There is now a force of 500 Egyp tian troops at Wady Halfa, and the same number at Korosio. At Assou an there are 3000 men with a supply of artillery. A commencement has been made in theconstruction of the railway from Suakin to the Nile. London, July 7 Further particulars have been re ceived concerning the attack made on the...

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

WESLEYA N CHURCIL. Rev. .8 H. Royce at N'oth Toongabbie ... 11 a.m. Eaglehawk ... 2'30 p.m. Traralgon ... 7 p.m. Masses will be celebrated at Cowwar and Stratford.

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

THE PRESBYTERIAN CONQERT. --o- On account of various other enter tainments clashing with the usual cele bration of the Anniversary of the opening of the above Church, it was indefinitely postponed, but as the funds of the Kirk were rather low, notwith standing the liberal subscriptions of a number of its members, it was found necessary to request a number of our vocalists and musicians to give the en tertainment of Tuesday evening, which was a great success, the hall being well filled. Miss Rintoul, of Rosedale, spe cially distinguished herself, being en cored on esch appearance. Mrs Camp bell was also very successful, and sang very nicely, receiving calls of encore for the first song, and for her last no refusal would be received by the audi ence, she had thus to answer the en core by singing " Mary ot Argyle:" Mrs Munro was very successful in efforts to please, as was also the Misses White in their vocal duet, and Miss White in her solos, and Miss Bell's song were favorably receiv...

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT. Saturday July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 July 1884

GIITSLAND STOCK IREPORIT. Saturday Juoly . lIesers. I. Guthridge and Co. report:-Fat cattle ree -clling bctter this week. Moderate supply forward. Store Cattle-?hort supply alded. Youngncattle sold higher; other sorts about -ame. Sale cows, £3 to £35s ; heifers, .2 24 to £3 4s; steers, £2 15s to £2 17s 6d; yearlilns, 27s ; also, rivately, 100bullocks at £3 Is; and 10 working bullocks at £7 10s. Milkers and springers, closeto calving. selling well ; sale,, £. to £410s. IHores-Nofresh mobs forward, and no alteration to report. Sheep.-Good demand. We sold, privately, 1500 fat merino wethers, 14s 3d to 14s 6d. Pigs.-iarket about same aslast week. Our yards were filled on Saturday, and all cleared Sales-Bacons, 35s to 350s; porkers, 19s to 30s. stores, I(s to 27s; slips, Ssto 10s 6d. Land We sold, privately, i1 acres, with brewery, lately occupied by 31. Coffey and Co at a satisfactory figure. lessrs. Wm. Hamilton and Co. report having sold privately to Joseph Bell, Esq, Bolton Brighton ...

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

TILLAH.t a)C 11 :KE!'"'. rt :-Our I-, ,i: -. , -, w ! " p]ie,ý w ith tpri,:- t.. ,cendt ,r-. 1V,, -,lt a tte.I, <, i :-,ar,." 1 r o :,ni ?5 h' n,, ,' to 1- ; , ear. i, , ; >, -i'.. ,,i. r f::'-m 1.2 I1t. to X3 17-,' : a f : "tr<',-. ;,.c: ,l'.:;!!l3" . _.t £5 (. 1d 0-. - .. , c . l,, .rt for ;11c !i tt,.k , p;, etin .,l l t."i .-- ! t >!,,<'. --:,t iý. ric,, - .:: ! :: t h cr tjwing to `i] . i,_,. ,',,ti' :, di',,Ir th W e expect , fail . Our r-ar ,. ?, ar then Sto, £_ : ;,e a- f. 1I, :- l i ,,n ;: . ! la-, 'e I .dd at :,u 'il'ra.,],',;t "Car,1- t ,dd h:,r-c. front .£, i, ? '. " , -,'1,:£ i.:'r..c--. , , . anti .: T, .n all,:,. :'t '"\'tdmvl- v. wce hchli a 1»: t-. m , ,.,,aý1~it 1"',m ,.: 3[. I,, n T :. 'M,,qr; hi- ]i h'Ur w_ " ]]"" :ilt .,l: 'lu r' i:d in- ,i bti-k n"p~ .:'-:' -,:, !:a:t owiUl I. £1tu allot ment.. 'lh _0aC ea. + anti l1, ;1f:: e.,;ws »p ito !1 12" t;,1 : -: eer-fr,ý:,t t tu I 1r. td " :latter ri !; ,I " c,,d. Wc1 er, ,d ,t-ev...

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

MULTUM IN PARVO. Two torpedo boats for the Victorian Government are on board the steimer Port Darwin at Adelaide. They are housed on deck. Each boat weighs 13 tons and is barely visible above water when in action. There was a panic on Saturday night during the performance of Chiarini's Circus at Ballarat. The lions began to roar as they were being removed to the railway station, and just as they passed the rear of the reserved seats. The town of Debbah, in the Soudan was attacked by rebels on the lstinst., but they were repulsed. Railway League forming at Boort in favor of the route from Boort to Swan Hill. Great precautions being taken in New South Wales against small-pox and cholera. Heavier floods than ever on the Hun ter River. At Maitland the water has risen 24 feet. Five hundred immigrants have ar rived at Sydney in the Orient steamer Abergeidie. Measles were prevalent on the vyage, and she is therefore quarantinel. The following are to represent Al Enelaud in the match agains...

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

Toongabbie. :j o'our own corn spondent. . c1c:i,:ert was lhed in ihe .. -- . -l:liis' Insti:nte, on Fridau S.: .a-:, in aid .f -hI- Chur,-h o : . : iudinrd fd ri the hall was -. :: moinst epprciative audi 1 h clhair being ozcupied by I:;v. Mr Thomss, -nd the comforts :..e nerformers, voca: and instrnr"ea : 'ere attended to Mr and Mrs : .n and daughter, Ihe extreme sow: n to the visitoi by the S.::;:i.oned ladies being lii'hiy A . s the programme is a :: oi -' pace will not allo* me . r:i.: i e ierifrmances of eaen .. .ai iron;il'. The Iosedale .:- vere Mesarrs Beattie and -:i.. M!i oul, Miss ' airrs, S:. . i:ams, in Ehori, the abore a:: -. -uii:ient warrani alne to L .. l'3ECl'r a success. Next on :. i cime oar Eaglchawk . ..-Ir Mackay, Mr D. :-. .:.: Mr7 nd 31r m. Crcwe, S .. ::e ' theme--s mot ad '- - r P. Crowe, :.:: and good acting .. -: - plause and filled a.. of lauhther. Liastly ne-formers, viz.-Misx :-'.. B?: ine, Mis; Srep ? .-. rey, and Miss Gil 2he latter (Miss Ma ... Hum...

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

EAZELWOO0 -o (From a correspondent.) Wednesday. Like other parts of Gippsland, we have of late been visited with frosts of unusualseverity, adding to this the long-felt want of rain, has left every thing pastoral in a very unpleasant con dition. Many selectors in this locality are quite at their wit's end to know how to provide water for their stock in the event of the drought continuing much longer I am sorry to inform you that Mr C. Sommers was unfortunate enough to have his dairy burnt to the ground one night in the early part of last week and along with it many pounds' worth of other goods were at the same time consumed by the flames. These inclu ded 40 pounds of butter ready for mar ket, honey, and also the whole dairy plant and cther sundries. Some of Mr Somers' neighbors on first being made aware of the existence of a fire became alarmed lest an incendiary had again ventured forth on his midnight prowl, but those fears were soon dis pelled on full particulars of the origin of...

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

Cricket Club Dinner. On Wednesday evening last, the Traralgon Cricket Club wound up the season 1883-84 with a dinner, at which about 40 gentlemen were present, in cluding a representative from Heyfield, Air Harbeck. The large room at host Hickox's being the rendezvous, and the occasion being deemed most suita ble for the presentation of the trophies won during the season, which were given by Mr E. Whittakers. Mr J. Miowbrav, the captain of the team, was voted to the chair being supported by J. Campbell, Esq., and J. Peterkin, Esq ; while Mr J. McLean occupied the vice-chair. The table was laden with a dinner that would do credit to any host or hostess, and received close attention for some time, the guests be ing warm in their praise of the many good things they so ably discussed. After the eatab.es had received due attention, a long programme of Toasts was safly negotiated : the first being to The Queen and the Royal Family, which was proposed by IMr Mowbray. Mr Henden proeosed the...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY JULY 11, 1884. WIFE BEATING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 July 1884

--,o- -0 (Published every Friday mo!ning.) FRIDAY JULY 11, 188l. WIFE BEATING. o- At the last Criminal Sessions in Melbourne a man who had so beaten his wife that she died, received from Mr. Justice Holroyd, the righteous sentence of ten years' hard labor, with intervals of solitary confinement. Di rectly afterwards, another man was brought up at the Melbourne City Court, charged with the same offence, aggravated by the fact that, at his wife's intercession, a few days before, he had been let off, making use of her forgiveness and the magistesial indul gence to treat her still more brutally. Although the same police magis trate who presided on the first occa sion presided at the last, and was fully cognisant that there could be no extenuation of the prisoner's conduct, he simply bound him over, in two sureties of £25 each, to keep thepeace for six months, which practically meant impiisonment for that period, in default, since no sureties were forth coming. Now these two cases, comin...

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

FIELD AND GARDEN. -o- JULY. Orchard and Vineyard.-Head down budded trees, not cutting too close to the bud. Put in vine cuttings. Fin ish the pruning of fruit trees. Sup port recently planted young fruit trees, and mulch the soil around them. Ap ply a good dressing of stable manure to strawberries; it may be ligltly forked into the ground or left on tl: surface. Kitchen GJardtin--Thin and trans ;!ant onions, and make a fresh sowing. Sow and tralsplant cabbase, cauliflower, lettuce, and other salading. Plant horseradish and ground artichokes. Prepare ground for asparagus by deep trenching 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 carted in early in the autumn, and tie weeds kept down by scarifying little requires to be done beyond sending the cultivator as deeply'as possib!e through the soil to let the air down to it, when the land is dry enou...

To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 July 1884

To the Editor of the ' Trraragon Record." SIR,-I wonder, Mr. Editor, if our Tra ralgon temperance friends intend to sit quietly by and allow as many hotelkeeperu as may choose to establish themselves at one end of our township 1 I refer to the present stampede of "pubs" to the end of street leading to railway station, Is it allowable, I ask, that a perfect host of local hotel pro prietors may congregate to do business within a few feet of each other without an objection by the ratepayers 1 Why has this unprece dented flitting from one end of the town to the other been commenced Is it the con venionce of the' Trralgon public thoo philantrophic mortals are aiming at, or their own pecuniary profit 1 I fear e latter.- I am, &c., A BATEPAYEB. 8th July, 1884.

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

THE GAZETTE. --o- The following area is proposed to be permanently reserved for sale as a site for a Mechanics' Institute and Free Library :-Thirty-two perches, county of Tunjil, par sh of Toongabbie F'orth, at Toongabbie, being part of allotment 10 of section 18. The following tenders have been ac cepted for the supply of prisoner's ra tions in lock-ups for one year :-John English, Morwell: Michael Dwane, Yarragon; Quinn and Croft, Sale; Eugene O'Donnell, Walhalla. Applications for licenses approved. Alec. H. Ferguson, 80t, Stratford; W. Eleton, 104n, Loy Yang; Richard H. Johnson, 76r, MAaryvale; Hy. Bosus tow, 170, COrrajung; M. H. Maher, 320a, Carrajung; Jae. Huffer, 81a,, Willung.; John Hillman, jun.; 101an Willung; Edith Sproule, 13a, Glen maggie; Elizabeth Falls, 306a, Meer lieu; Michael Torpy, 200a, Mardan; Charles Blanchard, 200a, Willung, D. A. Spence, 320s, Jumbunna; Lilian B. Spence, 320, Jumbunna; Peter Keur, 20a, Moe; Jas. Davies, 20a, Moe; John Buyan, 20a, Moe; ,.has. ...

Correspondence. BLUE RIBBON. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 July 1884

CorrP spoieailence. - BLUE RIBBON. To tho Editor of the "Traralgon Recor:d" Sir,-It strikes me very forcibly that u?tn "Ble Ribbon" correspondent, whose litertry effusions have appeared in the columns of the "Traralgon Record" of late are just a little too "gushing" in their remarks re lHotels, Liquor Traffic, etc. Now I maintain that it is a long established law of nature that in every species of creation, the degenrrate or inferior leave to give place to the su riorid its kind; thus we find even amo: .t the birds of the air the weaklings are .. ,troed by the stronger, with beasts of the ' Id too it is the same, and I presume thatP' idence has designed the "Alcoholic" poisoni : 2 the most simple method of relieving fering humanity of its thousands of brain: a no nentities who are morallythe degene: :to of their species, and whose prolonged s:ay it this world would proren amere aimless aunny ance to their more useful and mentally in'r provedfollow mortals ; yet, I suppose thesre are...

AGRICU TURAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 July 1884

A(;iiILU T',,AL NOTES Tbh"c :',. 209' kino n varieties of chebrrn;, -ii oa apricot', 239 of 1.,. ,., 1 57 o:i Itearu , an 2097. of p uIn = An 0 i f:rm, r .avs lI cured h's hi,," ,fl co: "i by ausin oil of tar 'anu, oupll ,r Oum. I e outs inallthe calm' r g'i i th.:ir would cut and 't' a s - r?rl II '1 e to ? lgue three tinus' e , 'a fie, tedup. L.,t it ive," i, 1,, r ,' ii rind that ith, p,'- I I ,h!, lari " f nmmure is that which is mol-it -,Il1.I, t-,1i unitlss it is r't': l by -ine a -"rbent, or kept trom the ,rnclhi, g rains, it will be qu ,N! sut of re:,c ,. C 1,r:,s sa -plen id tnedicine to keT , o 1n n 1f,r t' u'tpnv. When they have the rlup wash their heads with a sohl lui of it, and l?pt sotie of the s,, ut:f' in thlý ,'.rink1., woter ais a to. i,.. t it ' v. s tihel n it h soluble iron, which is nee' ssary. An Ic::g. ,:n s :'-" Cows do not Ilk. ,o 0 1 ,u ,1r fi., sit ftom a well.andit it-, .t gO~n, t' r hlt'i. Cases of atl gt 1ly. v. I n ell tutd by chill to the sys toemfh...

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

Ofr SALE-Pure Avrsh;re Bull (alrs For particulars, as to pedigree, pricr, &c Apply-CHAF. SOMrMEiiS. MEnsell. Vegetables, Oranges, &c., Also Fish, &c:, Of the Best Quality. Fresh in To-day, at JOSEPH CAFFREY'S, Near Hickox's Hotel, Traralgon ELECTORAL. I hereby give notice that the supple mentary list for the Tmnralngo Division of the Electoral District of South Gippland ti t ,?i in my custody, anda ceopy thereof nlth deh l in the window of the Traralgoti Court-h ,"rue, can be inspected by any persont intere sted therein up to the date of the Revihion Co. trt, 18th Jtdy. 1884. CHARLE S DU VIE. Itetristrat. Court-llouse, Traralgon, 20th Jnnc. 18i4. SHIRE OF TRARALLGON. -0--o T ENDERt wibl b rev e iv: at the Shire Hall Tr a g n, till It 'etlck a.m. ottn Wedns sy. toe 16th ty .It July inst., for lhe ftillto ut,,s ' -.ontract No. G16. C.,r iru t i . rro e rul verts and a:plr a.h u oo ro a? leaolinl to Tom's bring , L. rCoe l.cvt. Contract .No 186. Cu re 's o io od...

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