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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT. Saturday July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 July 1884
GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT. Saturday July 19. Messrs. R. Guthridg and Co. report:-Fat Cattle.-Market brisk at an advance. We sold light heifers, £4 5s to £4 lOs; cows, £4 15s to £6 ; not manyforward. Store Cattle. -Only moderate supply yarded. Demand active at prices equal to last week, young stock especially selling high. We sold steers at from £3 3s to £3 17s Gd; heifers, £2 4s to £2 17s; cows, £2 Gs to £3 14s; 1 to 14 year olds, 26s to 32s, and privately 100bullocks at £5 5s; milkers in good demand and firm. We sold several from £3 12s Gd to £4 1is. IIorses.-Only local lots yarded for which competition was dull. Sales.-Medium draughts, £14 10s to £19s; hacks and light harness sorts, £8 to £16. Sheep.-Better enquiry this week. We sold privately, fat wethers, at 13s, and in the yards 650 ewes and wethers from 5s to Ss d. Pigs.--Good supply yarded; prices firm at late rates. Sales.-Bacons 40s to l4s; porkers 26s to 3Ss ; stores, 18s Gd to 26s Gd; slips, 9stol3s. Land.-We sold during the...
GOOD COUNSEL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 July 1884
GOOD COUNSEL. Don't go to bed with rond feet. Don't stand over hot air registers. Don't lie on the left side too mucl'. Don't inhale hot air or any fumes of acid. Don't lie on the back to keep from snoring. Don't eat what you don't want just to save it. Don't eat in less than two hours af ter bathing. Don't bathe in lees than two hours after eating. Don't sleep in a room that is not well ventilated. Don't eat the smallest morsel unless hn' gry, if well. Don't start a day's work without eating a good breakfast. Don't eat anything but well-cooked and nutritious food. Don't take long walks when the stomach is entirely empty. Don't sing or hallon when yout throat is sre or you are hoarse. Don't wear thin hose or light-soled shoes in cold or wet weather. Don't frget to take a drink of pure water before breakfast. Don't forget to cheer and gently amuse invalids when visiting them. Don't jump out of bed immediately on awakening in the morning. Don't strain your eyes by reading on an empty ...
The Werribee Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 July 1884
The We'ribee Accident. o- Thomas Biddle, the station mnstel at the Werribee,when the fatal accident occurred I ear the Little River in April last, was placed on his trial for man slaugh erat the GeelongAssize Court, bhf re Mr. Justice Williams. Mr. Purves appearea for the defence. The evidence given was a recapitulation of what was stated at the ioror er's in. inquest. The facts Oi the case were not disputed, the only issue between the prosecution and the defence being as to how far Biddle was personally. liable for the fatal catastrophe. -1Mr. Purves laid particular stress on the absence of wilful intent, and attrihnted the acipent to an unaccountable men tal aherration on the partof the station master's daughter is sendi·p, a " line clear" message to Little River, when she must have known that, a train was in occupation of the line at the time IIis Hfonor, in summing up, pointed out that the prisoner's absence was not thie immediate cause of the accident. Nevertheless, if the jury...
Moe Police Court. [?] 19th July, 1884. Before A. W. H[?] Esq., P.M., and [?] and Powell, J.'s P.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 July 1884
e Police Court. -o . - Jn'-, 1SS4. S. . lo i:. Esq., P.M , and . :..: P~well, J'.s P.) -: :-r summoned W. FD r'T. Needham and or' ' on-attendance of iFines of ?s 6d S: r , work and labor :uraed case fr,-in last di *oe a:pear. De a -.., pres,:: ;:tcd thar . ; i 13-. which he .. . C.sesruck out. j. : ..re. J. Wilson, SLc . W. F. Dixon, sum :. :s rs mine:s in the Mur : )1.C . Russell's Creek. :. rrifn'da nt, ros e the ob : e ,s of particua!rs S- the C'mpany, and Ssu. d, a" d, also, the S ?_i-t?red the le-al :,i not be ued pers nally. . nere - n i-:sed with 10s Gd . ai ,.s: plaintiffs.
Correspondence SHIRE MATTERS. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 July 1884
Correspondlence. .o SHIRE MATTERS. To the Editor of the "Trraralgon erl,' Sn--I see by your organ, in sopedasi 'f Shire matters, that the two retiring co:7aE, ors, Messrs Campbell and Firmin, will o?r themselves for re-election, and fnr myp NI think the ratepayers might do wor s tiL give them another trial, especially vwhia is known that neither of them wold go n for spending the rates in tree plantingerO lighting, for the purpose of beautifying E towns, and I don't think they will b in G of subscribing to the Brass Band r : anu those nuisances that were brought for, ' nt last meeting of the council, not tt if nhile our roads are in the state they ?r? in some places close to the towoshlL, I trees being still in' the middle of the rcwi in sight of the very places where some e:ta councillors purpose'to plant more, but thi can you expect gentlemen who never l1ia their own verandahs to know about f?i: over stumps, which many of the seletC1 have done on dark nights, when travelli, to the...
Criminal. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 July 1884
Criminal. Evanson, the publican's wife, who killed her husband and was committed on the coroner's warrant for man slaughter has been found guilty at the Supreme Court, and was remanded for sentence. o-- James Hawthorn, for the murder of Iis brother, at Brighton, was. again -rrainged to-day, trial proceeding. -a
Toongabbie. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 July 1884
Toongabbie. o From our own correspondent. Tuday. Since I last wrote the Post and Te!e. graph office messenger has been alpp'. ted, but the promised pillar is yet a thing of the future. I he conitinuui have also to thank Councillor Sa:e: for the pressure he has brought to bt, through our memhers, on th.i he.dd the Pos,al Department, by which t! has obtained fr. us a muring mait!, that now we have a mornin anud a ning mail on our new line. But the thing most ta ked of bre at present is the discovery, byilrJohk Buntine, of Ben Venue, near Toan bie of a splendid bed of shale, anlai. one of lignite,in the centre of his p: perty. I visited the spoa to-day, anl thel bed is now over twlive feez in thickness. Mr Buitine inform i inm that four different siimples have bit sun' ti MIfelourne, and alllisd ,l Y C irmo Neiiberry ard A.D. H lurter,i Ba larat. Thl slial gives over j0ga toni per ton of pulre il, while the lip nite is report.d to br tle rieliset Yt discovered in the colontis. Whlin i ...
Mont de Piete. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 July 1884
Mont de Piete. An extraordinary meeting of the shareholders of the MJout de Piete is announced for Monday,the 4th August. The management of the Company being the subject of a resolution The share holders in this pawnshop, established under the semblance of a most useful institution in France, which is exclu sively under Government control, and is so secured from panbrokers, wtnt in for wool, and have deservedly found themselves shorn.
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 July 1884
i?ULTU.I IN PARVO. -o- Messrs J. Wishart and Co are about to hold monthly cattle Eales in Messrs j. ,pcka. and (o's ;ards, Traralgon, commencing on Mondry next. The "Maffra Spectator" has been enlarged, and now presents an improved appearance. Mr Harris, M.L.A., states that a new grant of £250 is on the estimates to complete the Walhalla to Moondarra road. SWe would draw the attention of our readers to the advertisement, calling a meeting for the purpose of forming,a rifle club in Traralgon. This, with the.assistance the Government offers, to country towns is not a costly insti tution, whilst it trains our townsfolk in the use of a weapon they might require should our country be invaded by a foreign power. The Upper Maffra correspondent of the " Mercury" says.--"It has been favorably observed by many re.idents here that Mr Berry, when speaking on the debate on the Budget in the Legislative Assembly on Thursday last, remarked, as to the stock tax, that the suggestion thrown out by th...
DEATH OF REV. W. HENDERSON [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 July 1884
DEATH OF REV. W. HENDER 50'. -o The Ballarat "Argus" correspondent wired on Wednesdaay morning-" The Rer. Wm. Henderson died at midright aged 5S years of :ge. He was born in Lanarkshire, and was educated at the Glasgow Univer sity. In 1853 he arrived in Victoria with the Rev. Adam Cairns, and the Rev. Mr Adam, of Beaufort. His first district was Wiliamstown, where he ministered for four years, and he ar rived in Ballarat in .S5S. He estab li-hed the present St Andrew's Church then a small woJden building, but now one of the finest edifices in the city. He was a man of advanced liberal opinions, and in 187S gained populari ty by his fierce denunciation from the pulpit of the action of the Berr. Minis try in suddenly discharging the civil servants in February of that year. He sas appointed Victorian representative of the Pan-Presbyterian Council in Edinborough, and he has never enjoy ed good health since he returned to ihe colony. His congregation granted him leave of absence for 18 m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 July 1884
TRARALGON POSTAL ARRANGEi ENNTS, MAILS CLOSE FOR Melbourne Warragul Daily at 740 a.m. and Drouia Moe , 5'20 p.m. Morwell Waterloo Daily, rafalgar 7"40 a.m. Rosedale and Daily, Sale 1115 a.m. & 7'50p.m Gleomaggie beaton Heyfield Daily, Cou war 11'15 a.m. Toongabbie Latrobe Walhalla " Mon., Wed., Fri., 11'15 Happy Go a.m. Tues. Thurs Lucky J Mat., 7'40 a.m. Tvers ... Tues.& Fri. 12"15 p.m Callignee . 'lursday, Yarram Yarran ' 10 p.m. Correspondence for Mirboo must go by 5.20 p.m. u ail to Morwell, Mon., Wed. & Fridays. MAILS ARRIVE FROM Melbourne Warragul Daily, 11-43 a.m. and Drouin Moe 0'30 p.m. Mlorwell Waterloo Daily, Trafalgar J 11.4I a.m. Sale Daily, Rosedale } 810 a.m. & 557 p.m Glenmaggie Seaton Iey field Daily, C ,wwar i 5.45 p.m. Toongabbie Latrobe Walhalla Mon.,WV ed.,Frs. 9.30 p.m IHappy Go Tues. Thurs. SaLur. Lucky ) 545 p.m. Tyers ... Tues. & Friday 11 a.m Callignee 1 Saturday, Yarram Yarram1 5 p.m POSTAGE RATES, On and after Janua...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 July 1884
IEiaard4 Yi auckay, AND CO.. Stock, Station and GENEPRAI, ('OI31ISSION AGENTS, -o AOES S FOO- Trust Estates, and .tll,.roor. . ',rr Zratand Loan to pry a"a'rol of A',\ Zea an., 1,,. 4 3Marine .Le don and Lanoashire t .re S'ew Zealand A.oident AT CTI'hLN S 1.i coodau'.eianaralta. lions made in any pat '.l -ippslan,. LOA N. negqotiatcd oan ea-ry des, ription of Lan.ked l'nyrerty, flock.and Chattels, and or cry Aind of finanlcial agency tmdertaken 1ICIHA1D) MACKAY & C'L. hold weekly sales oJ Hlorse, Cat le. iiit, ,Shep ., at their Traolgon Yarns Lrery Ilotday. Toonyaboie yards, last Il eana.lay in each month. l3olretel yards, ast o.lnosu it eachnlonth LatroSe yards, eo and "inesday tn each month Clearing saols-Daily. NOTE-c-Ae coant satel promptly rendered. MlORWELL MONDAY, JULY 28 ---o SICITARD 3IACKY & CO., Traralgon, sell by auction, on the above date 30 head mixed Cattle ;O0 head Steers and Heifers Horses, Pigs, etc. TOONGABBIE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30 R ICHIARD MACKAY a...
TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 July 1884
TIRARALGON MARliKETS. -- Monday. English, Little, and Co. report:-Store Cattle.-Not many forward, bidding brisk and all cleared at 10s advance on late quota tions. 2 yrs steers, £2 12s; 3 yrs do., £3 10s; 3 yrs heifers, £3 5s; store cows £2 10s to £3 Ss. Calves.-£1 2s Gd to £113s. Fat Cattle.-None forward. Messrs. R. Mackay and Co. report for the week ending July 23rd:-Cattle-We sold privately 290 head bullocks at £5 7s 6d. Farms-We sold 198 acres Maryvale during the week for £600, and have several enquiries for well improved farms, which we can undertake to place, providedowners' require ments are not prohibitory. TRAinLGON PRODUCE. Thursday afternoon. J. Peterkin and Co report.-Wheat, 3s 4d to 3s Gd; barley, feeding, 2s 9d to 3s ; English, for bright plhmp samples, 3s Gd to 3s Sd : oats, 2sSd to 2s 1d; peas3s 3dto 3sd; flour, from L9 to L9 10s per ton; potatoes, L2 10s; cheese, 4d to 6d per lb; butter, lid to Is 3d; eggs, ls per doz; hams and ba con, locally cured, 7d to Sd; Melbo...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 July 1884
e - thile "A - . ip bl~rk cave ' the Twe!ve .s f 'he Mircoo . . ih :arin the LiCe . WaS iF ' - - s lio n se. ceve S:. ::- ilarze an:d cosaly : ii he iost c'icible :. Tl i-i.r--tire a deal of ::n, as he :h w aiiding : " r:: .:: who bave S-:-r : for them to be S......,::re, :f the department bher, t Lrown com : ac- .round, a if to al ,: ui.lon is mide for im S: t. he present occupiers must Srun them up to long p:ices ::::: protect themnelve.. In e ve-lthing seemsin favor of ::·:e:. of thee bock, as posses - pprsvements will virtually - :-: rmplion in their favor. ~?er , lho have been in some : e i .-sir.*s for years, naturally S-":-, and inquire what the Crown Si..: can be about to allow this i:- egal rccupation of Crown i, as if a poor splitter or fencer is .t= `i-lling a tree without a license :--rcv is shown him. There w: d she no more delay in submitting t:cks to auction, as every day's i.ll tend to increase the compli It is projected to form a horse bree E- atbli-hment in Western...
AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 July 1884
AM; IIICAN ITEMS. -o It is reported that Paris will soon hare a Blndhi-it temnp e fr the benefit of besevers there. An insmonme conmtany to indemnify bicycle riders for injuries received has been organised in London. Some new words have lately been introduced in London. " To peacock" is applied by the London 'Times" to a parade of troops for show only; whllile "Punclh' has given us the expression "to slum." Slumming is now a fashinahle musemnent. An engineer recently testified at a Philadelphia inquest that his hearing was affected when averythling was com paratively quiet, but shen at his post in a noisy engine he could hear without any effort. Elee ric lights have forced a reduc tion in hlie price of gas in Boston from 2 dol SO cents for priwvt- consumers per thousand cubic feet, do.wn to 1 del 30 cents f r city lights and 1 dol 80 cents for pr'va.- con-umir-. Tr er, ar- 4500 Edison lights in ten cortob mil. ? . F.lls River, and so poular are they that lthe hands in one milt halv ...
[?] TO MATLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 July 1884
7.1:.,L T0 ML TLOCK. p. P. !:w:t a v, rovrr.ment :o Walhalla oil S.. -:.- been e gased S :. rTl direction of the . - .. ,ich is being cut : ,5ars Matlock. The S.. : throuh an the : - lias- es through an -:: ,: o . o od agricultural .:- ::.o being selected d, thickly scrubbed -:o .: red. The majority i of v?r good quality, b.rk and all straight -r,: .riesies. The first S:. :has every appear. : : , and about one S:: mains unprospec 7i..-a bLbr of granite 9miles . .:.:...t:g the range between . - he Tanil, Thomsor, : ams. This belt may .t it is improbable that -: :.l"e quantities exist.: After .: h th belt the gold Lear - ar gain exposed unti ie Tarra track. The latter f the couitrr through which ::zck wi liass a distance of atout -. rimaansen irelvunprospected -.:.iocek refs trend generally in _.:-:n and there is no reason :.: esqually as rich as the :. . r Jordar should no: exist ..::vr. When this track is i out it will 'vie an opoor :: cting for both alluvial :sovner s t'.at has ner...