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TRARALGON MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

TR_ RAI.GO O \t1 \EI'-. -). M3londay. le?srs. R. 3Mackayh and Co. report for the week cndling July 17th :--Oni Mlday, our vanl w re but porly suppliid; very few store' frwanl; supply ,f fat stock limited. We ,ld fat cows at j-l 14 d. and oll lotsat current rat e. Farti--We sold li2 acres, larih araiman. fr £10T2. Tratlgniun town Ills--`\c sold I-acre in Franklin-str?et. for .11o. ard -acre. bank lot. for £23. At Morwell on Tuesday we held a sale of Furni ture. Drperry. loots. he.. ce., which realized -ati.factory prices. M r. A. '"Leanta and Co. report :-?\e vanled a ilrate souppiqt of cattle on Mohn sav w:icth -,ld very frcely. About to fat hife r and cows from S:oath Giipplantd. upm ::liir madle frm rot I s id to £3 S pa, eea, :i?g tcanditiiu. Store bullocks old fr.I: '3 t' to :£ 135. We al-o have to rcl.; i:r avic shl privately. during the wck fr riiit?ren oWincrs alsit 450 1.ad of -Over, and bll!,,cks at fr,. £:i to £5 17-.

No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

' o:S r Henry Broug : ':s rr v.l in the colony S. Tun=day. He came - tu-:ol by the r.s. Flinders L- iLh ?rd his family. nd :-. vet scime distance from ::,b e Vietorian nara' i.-:, wes a large crowd at the .:' toan pier, where the ''r_: was rec ied with cheer : re '-, &o -o a coinsiderabie : - rs i in all the at eets :? ich le drove * en touto" to 'Teaiurv. The Vicinity of L;- ?a s Thrciued by thou :i'e, n?o -howed as much - te prceete ings as might '.- n expected after having h:i.y hid to wait for two or ', in the cold. The s'eps of ':l Trea?ury were occupied by ':: d nt:emrn who had teceired ' to be present, and tiey had f.c gd view of the swearing-in .. His Excellency took the t: eleiore Sir William Stawell E hquity as Chief Justice, and er 'C:eral addresses had been pre ol0 adro e to Government-house.

MORWELL POLICE COURT. Wednesday, July 16. Before A.W. Howitt, Esq, P.M. and S. Vary, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

1MORWE LL POLI E COIT'l. --,----?. Wednesday. July ti. Before A. W. 1lowitt, Esq, 1." and S. Vanry, sq., J.P. R. J. Breer v. R. Watison, il i :a'" of working bullocks. Plaintid &.._ witnesses to plroit the actualu- afti bullocks. Case dismissed. Police v. G. Jones--Assaul. ' Smith for defendant. The disclsed some provocation, ct accused was discharged. Waiter Slead applied for a sa tomporary license for the 12miea 'his was refused B1. J. Brver applied for the tr'. of the license of the Stony Creek from H. Collard. Grntd, su?, bj't production of license. Some debt cases were pastpnd next court. Tree guards are wanted at lie='?. tenders closing on the 20th inst, ' 11 a.m. The iHeyfield folk hold a pa: Miating to-morrow for the further ' vocating the establishment of a and Telegraph Office. Seeing that the Councillaor., against street tree piantiog, .deti... Peterkin and Hickox have decidedR:lt the Council's permission, to phinttr<a opposite their properties at their...

WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

WESLEY- N CIIURCh. Rev. F.A. Herman at llazelwood ... ... 11 n.m. Iorrwell ... ... 230 p.m. Traralgon 7 )Masses will be celebrated at 2orwell, Glen maggie, and Traralgon. ,;~- ~ c- ·-_.?.*- ..,- s *?--? ?

AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

AfftRICAN ITEMS. A cable tramway will shortly be in operation on Highgate, London. In the -year 1882 more than 114,000,000 postage stamps were sold in Russia. Buckingham Palace is about to be fitted with incaode,cent electric light of the Brush pattern. An insurance company to indemnify b:cycle riders foi injuries received has been organised in London with a capi tal of £100,000. Some idea of the terrble ravages of small-pox in Madras may be obtained from the fact that during the month of Eebruarv and the last three weeks of January 1200 deaths occurred within the municipal limits. A novel phase of the co-operative movement is under trial at Welling borough,Northamptoit, England,where 200 men have banded themselves to gether and rented a farm of 180 acres, which they will cultivate themselres. A lady has presented the'New York Presbytery with £13,S00 for needy churches. The Keatucky Houso of Represen tativrs has passed a bill prohibiting bicyclists from using the public roads of mos...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

.TRARALG-ONJ.. L -POSTAL-ARRANGOEMENTS. MAILS.CL OSE ETO 1 , : Melbourne Warragul Dhaily at 740 a.m. and Drouia Mloe 5'20 p.m. lMorwell Waterloo Daily, 'Trafalgar 740 a.m. Rosedale and Daily, Sale 11"15 a.m. & 7'50p.m Glenmaggie Seaton Heyfield Daily, Cowowar 1115 a.m. Toongabbie Latrobe Walhalla i Mon., Wed., Fri., 11'15 Happy Go a.m. Tues.. Thurs Lucky Sat., 7'40 a.m. Tyers ... Tues. & Fri. 12"15 p.m Callignee ' Thursday, Yarram Yarram J1 , 10 p.m. Correspondence for Mirboo must go by 5.20 p.m. mail to Morwell, Mon., Wed. & Fridays. MAILS AIhRIVE FROM Melbourne Warragul Daily, 11413 ,a.m. and Drouin Moe 0 30 p.m. Morwell Waterloo Daily, Trafalgar } 11.43 a.m. Sale Daily, Rosedaleo 810 a.m. & 5*57 p.m Glnmaggie Seaton Heafield Daily, Coewar 5 '45 p.m. Tocmgabbie Latrobe Wahalla MI on.,Wed.,Frl. 930 p.m Hapay Go Tues. Thurs. Satur. Ltcky 5 45 p.m. Tyeh ... Tues. & Friday 11 a.m Callirnee ,. 1Saturday, Yara?m arram) 5 p.m POSTAGE RATES, (n and ...

FIELD AND GARDEN. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

FIELD AND GARDEN. --o0- JULY. Orchard and Vineyard.--Eead 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 lightly forked into the ground or left on the surfac . Kitchen Garden--Thin and trans plant onions, and make a fresh sowing. Sow andtransplant cabbage, cauliflower, lettuce, and other salading. Plant horseradish and ground artichokes. Prepere ground for asparagus by deep trenlching and heavy manuring. The Field..-Carrots as a field crop may be ?oa n this month. For root crops, the soil ought to be now in good preparatory tilth; if it was deeply plougted, the manure carted -in early in the autumn, and tihe weeds kept down by scarifying little requires to be done beyond sending the cultivator' as deeply as possible through the soiL. to let the air down to it, when the land is ...

Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

ise C .el ?ll. in eo1?. The following i-.terts ing items are given bh the lie fi • d correspondentof the'" 31 ri-ure." The tlos ship, thanks to its i :erre, sa .irts ndit importance followi g onil it.. bei:; rithe present ter minal pot, t of -he Ti ralgon and Pin s l line .ltifirues to progress st cldi yuud ,.r.e y Bt iness ofall kind is r ri-l:, l ..tI . : - " labor is em ploy i , . I ? a ?s tiw u Idings have la h1, ter .r c ,".i dl are also in cr , o! f fb.i ng 1;.: If, ca.sing a con s de:.iL', i . i n in, f tt most desi rel a , ct:111 , :T, r .- ir m, ie n anmongst all cla-et of our I opn'tion. The hit it rc-s .:ive for town allotments a: ihe !.1-t sanile. i-ro cs the confi det f, It ;n it+ ,tin- rosperity by o ?.rs, !-i ides re-i, ris of He, field itse.f. A periti itn -. ine si .:ed ask it g tlha o;, r, , ti!t wai ,, restsuitable P,-?et asl Telgra;Ih -ttl es in the town I!?ip b':t :. !., i- t' resent a tele craeb oliiet a :tie r. laai- station, only a -,v s rt c i-+~nce fretm th...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

IVANTED-A Nurse Gial. Apply to Mrs JAMES CAMPBELL, Kaye-street. SHIRE OF TI'RARALGON. DOG REGISTRATION. THE undersigned will be in attendance at the Shire Office, Traralgon, on Monday the 21st instant, for the purpose of register ing Dogs. A. WHITNEY. July 10th, 18S4. L ?STfrom Hazelwood North about August l.st, Light Brindle or Roan Cow, EH near shoulder, square notch out near ear, supposed to have calf six months old. Also Yellow Heifer, two years old, and a Red Heifer wth white back, IS months old. above brands and ear-mark. Finder re warded. E. C. HENTSCHRL, SM,rwell. IMPOUNDE , AT TRAR LGON by Mr. Sykes, of Flynn's Creek. -0o Red and While Heifer, white patch behind both shoulders, indescribable brand off ribs; no other visible brand; piece cut out under off ear. The above might have ha a calf. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on the 9th August, 1881. JAS. DUNBAR, Pouadkeeper. Hidden Treasure Q.G.M. Co. ------O BALANCE SHEET 30TH JUNE, 1884. Dr.. s. d. To Atlas Co.-...

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT. Saturday Julny 12. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

GI'llSLANID STOCK RErOIIT. atudnlay July 12. 3essrs A. )3I.catn Co. report :-Cattle. -\\' cio tl o att -n t nmlb cr. ? Wte have an quirke daily. specially for ?o?d bullock-. We sid faattcisat .; 3a d. 3t's. to t6 : do bullucks, £3 ilO. 7 ? : to 7T 17s i ;d ; store bullocks..*25 3. 03 11:'. , ": s 6 d. £O 1I. £a lls to £7 17s IO. The aboveawta re vergodl, and int?t of thent ill forward condition. Steers. fr.Om £; s to 71 Ic; storehecifetr and cows £2, 3 s, £'3 lts to £1 so; t;hese were a.,, vcrv ,ol and in at . condition. Shet \ lie n fat ewes, liht weights, at lO d and -t.re lanml at aa. W- old privately. account 31. 31. Smith. 2200 merino i cthcrs,. from 3nanaro, at Si lId cabh. Ilotrss.--We sold 31r 1'. Clark'a lit, ctn-i-tin7 oflight draughts and bg,.a lpoaies to £27 ls; compettition for the above was keen.

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

MELBLOURNE 3BAI KET'. Wednesday. Iessrs King and Company report :-Fat Cattle.--13S7 arted, and prime up 10s: others firm. We sold MIacalitcr's bullocks to £9 5s : 9 bullocks and 2 cow-, Mr Fritz Horstma'ls. IUpper MalTra, bullocks tb £12 7s t;d; cows, £7 17s ;d; 19 from loisdale. £11 17s ad ; 7 from Sale, and 15 coalve from Stratford. Shcep.-9-S00 penned ; prime up ls, and othiro proportionate. We sold 559o merino wecthers for Messrs Dennis anid Scott, Rosedale, at 12s 9d ; 219 for MIr S. Cobain, Clydebank, at Os 6d; 900 others, and 280 lambs. Messrs. Powers, Rutherford, and Co. re port:-130 cattle yarded. We sold 20 bul locks forJ. Basset, Toongabbie, £10 2s 6d to £11 5S, averaging £10 13s 9d ; 52 do. W. E. Power. Powerscart averaging £9 tos td; t 11 cows F. Feuton, New'ton, at ti7 sfd : 11 do. and bullocks F. Stanley Shepherd, Toora, at £6 15s and £8 Is; 4- bull,-ek F. Fenton, junr.. Stratford, £6 15s to £9 5s, averaging £8 t10; and drafts for Wm. Kelsey, Rudd, and others, to £16....

MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

MIULTUYI LI PARVO. o A man named Sandford, who was employed on the Bairnsdale dredging works at the mouth of the river, fell out of a boat on Sunday night, and was drowned. It is greatly regretted that the Aus tralia-Al1 England match was not played out. Geelong defeated the Port Adelaide Club on Saturday by 7 goals to 1 goal. At Cowwarr on Tuesday, July the 22nd., the residents meet to consider what will be the most advisable steps to take to secure a permanent supply of water for the Cowwarr and Toon gabbie districts. A site for a racecourse is to be re served at Toongabbie. The lunatic named Irvine who was taken up last week at Traralgon has been sent to the Kew Asylum.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

w 3 I 1'Qin _`! acI iy, .\\t (O., Stot. Staitl onand GlEN ERA (F'r'zivIý1ON AGrENTS. a, · i'*o r :I· .·:r n ti: r t Alt. jji,\ , ,,d .do~rlrry . I - 8, ?;·!. .:., . a, Fin s Marineii L ,. ,i !, ..r"!.;,r lire .4 :..,% .Oiiypsind. ILl\\ Ucs:" iption of L" "k,11 13 ', a4 C). lnk r 'In 1', .:i!d ij,::: ~ st-r :: in each' · J!, i.,; i. [a[7 ~loath·L nEmn) Lenr L - . , o . .. , ::ý is[.1; 4 mont r rrit C-., 25 OmýOil-ll d ~pet at day.bOO Xii ri:l1 lict~e; i I~nd C ii nioioc/t 1I t _1'airon.ril n ýr":'~~~ TT oo."1'NI- oJ r. A. `.l"1, 'i jirl v~. t ' 1 tll :t their Tilj 'CI11l c!:i,, nirhiin.\ JscLLX'21. lccil.>l i 1.11' sil ''1 !. tri il l sell ntl * ' and a cars 1200 cc Fi'1iO'C Glenrnagg'ie. S.lTCi- J ULY 9G. oEnC null 4'll he 111. * i", i .: T, of en 12,1n Lr ~r ll·~\' t Ir ,i11 dillu.a i i o --ti r .. ci l . fo i foonlt. fi. LilL fr n ,:t tin ll."vt c:;·!l un el disI Troad. O c nl:.. n ' A trol -ooId CwIll .lJ- l.'troltn. ii 11 T~r.:_: Hlf :.-, L'aa asmaybe ar MOIIWLEL, MI1Y1A Y,\ ...

SHIRE OF TRARALGON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

SH?RE OF TbRAtLGON. a-" WEDNESDAY, JULY 16. Present: President Kelleher, and O Crs Bodycomb, Breed, Firmin, Pe e terkin, and Campbell. r Minutes. s The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. The Revision Court was then held, and no objection being received, the ratepayers' roll was found correct. Correspondence. From Rosedale Shire Council,asking a grant ol £10 to supplement the sum voted by that Shire towhrds making an approach to Mackay's punt across the Latrobe River, near Traralgon. Engineer to report. From Fublic Works Department, enclosing form of claim for seal and signature, also, another of the same, 'or bridge over the Tarwin river. le ceived. From W. Champ, Riverdale, Mor well, suggesting alterations in works to be dote on the toad from the east corner of Lis selection to Billy's Creek. Received. From J. W. Hagan, asking that the Council fill up Kaye-street in front of his property to the required height :hat the council propose making the street, as he...

FLYNN'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

S correpndent.) .I : re dryaeos of the [ ! - . topic of conrer : - .` n. During the had very severe i niht and li:tle or iT . q.:ence is that grass Ch of the stock : tion. In some - beir g driven t.rce to0 itler. . (I think), has - knn at this cr?kr, too, i, risen up its -. In conse swing will be S n.. - tead .f get : d i becoming reason tf the _ that is be:ng ditcicul y. I " r Mr ykes). o, o 15 usilIO _ ' ulllik- to the i. n.d then it is iort:, 0 .t tf

Correspondence. [?] Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

0rrrep on ence. i -" T:on Record." Sac . '.: -ain wh h a ! S an instru . in arrangin2 i :.JhriPon orf ::!ot but riew - di-p: rd by the . - rmbas the de t:. ; the friendly . . " h to1 return : which the fall - not the -brain :..- " :re d ed and Swrked? them :. - ,iti, ns a= man - will reflect he . roy in caiin o? . at many whohave - ,- re an envy to - , p e tito r . .in -te er -. - : ,:e. blnt on cirinL r:. I rl'?. ated to in a ,o s ter cL chanin . mcn who-e only : .n , i?s ,i rity, occu t he:a: ? ehy fre .r 11h overi ndul ....." :a arnd d,=;rrdcd had kept i: _ ich nature was .- : !.ar e been an or Tr,::m.- that Proed __ .: , .- c i: out the : hat ILe lu : t.a: an. wh-m he - nc. to usei that : riand tempemte - _. . :, t-tr, ,-t asainst the -- e war o w in the Le ir th pro - . th..:h annoyance ^. :: he retunlul n. ,annoy and . .:... :. whena!ohl S--: .. i. e lue , ..: :, ith the bur St drunkarad. : i - .:e tab!ishment - ry or public :: : is taken m ' te of the i.. can honeatly ::. , :...

MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

Th1ur day. i.i i held on i: . at oro'ei , f?r r g ho odvis, S eiu:-I re asupply ip. We are i cam can be S ? rt, which u- :r ient- of hL tr, the te - Sit bein.g very -:: , b ain this re;. : .e it a hoped s ,b. taken so ::: mi g sumtIer S f gold hating SHaz, lwood coal : ::r rs dtents ore P- cof-, :l hough : . . ,b ed. . on a made b, ~:l errce to the :: pov:: h p, viz, that ie 1:ated in the ,-i? the busines.

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY JULY 18, 1884. DIS-SEVER POLITICS FROM FARMERS' ASSOCIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

-0- (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY JULY It 1884, it I)IS-SEVER POLITICS FROM FAIM?1EIIS' ASSOCIATIONS. -o- Manifold are the advantages of Ag ricultural Societies. Their multipli cation is a proof of the use they are, to agriculture, and their institution al ways requires and should receive a panegyric. A movement is now on foot for their federation, the accom plishment of which is likely to pre cede the colonial. The question seems to be whether leaders of these asocia. tions ought to be prone, like parlia mentay orators, to express a good deal that is not in their thoughts, that is to say, while talking of the progress and prospects of agriculture, to let poli ticalleanings be lurking unrevealed. It is a cardinal rule of the Royal Agri cultural Society of England, not only that politics shall be excluded from its I meetings, but that no reference shall be made to matters not pending in Parliament. The interests of farming are not so dear to the breasts of heon. members as...

Football. TRARALGON V. ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

-0- T t.\iiA GO. V. I O t-It.L The return ma'tch bctwatsc heat -lubs was play ed on the rar;: Football graund last Sturda. l i visitors being shaort staicd t:o : stitutes and b th team, pIhyd ?d th-i-r full romplintmet. Tt i ea;,:aii (3L S:.i .ds) sianitig : secured the advat tage of a! b,. ze, which was bloving at1 angles across the lie d. Ths:i:e _ adanltage the ball taS: tlrivenl i!:0: terr tory, and two gons w, re ki by Thot: in a ilin a fit t w ine each other, R Wi s,n kickiir:-,a before ha f-time. On one o: .Le Slihen Rosedta e haI foreed tihe .ii forward, their goal sntak ,c n ea y chance wiitil a very tr: di tance of the posts but fa tle? s o . needful, and a! hough their e-si, Geo. reenwvell, and J. 13irm;n, byi a-sistedl by too or three of the ii: plyers, fought ha d,they otit i;nt r hrlee behinds diuring the fi: B" while t!oe scoring for Trarnlgon te 3 goahl 7 behinde. During the second half the visii! were not able to secure ai s-i glin pt:o neverthleess the local t ar o...

AGRICULTURAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 July 1884

AG1ICULTUIRAL NOTES --o Marking Sheep.-The foliowing wa terproof branding ik is good for mar king sheep :-Shellac, 2 oz ; borax, 2 oz; lampblack sutlicient. Boil the borax and Shellsch in water till they are dissoibed, and withdraw from the fire. When the solution becomes cold complete 32 oz with water, and lamp black enough to bring thle preparation to a suitable consistency. When it is used with a stencil it must be made thicker than when it is applied with a brush. The above gives a black ink; for red'ink substitute venetian red for lampblack; for blue, ultramarine, and for green, a mixture of ultramarine and chrome yellow. Moving a Balky Horse.-How to make a balky horse move on, without cruelly beating him, was aptly illustra ted in front of our office last Friday. The horse was hitched to a light wag gon, but the driver could not get him to budge an inch. "Long John," as he is faimiliarly known, seeing the condition of affairs, obtained a rope, which hl placed behind the animal...

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