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AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 August 1884

A PI RICAN ITEMS. " Bosilt is hold g, "cehoedlatiersi' church sociables ,hare chocolate is the refreshment. Wid,.ws aid upsarried women in Nova F ?etia hlre rib n empowered !o vote at municipal eiee'ions. Maria Garcia, a resident of Arenal, Mexico, recently gav birth, to four children, three cirls and one boy. They ore well formed ar d doing well. Pipes have be n hid in all the down town. thoroughfires Ot Chicago for 'the reception of telersrph wires, and it is erexted ths ra will be a fair test of the of the underground system. The pipes have a diameter of four inches. !Manhlol s are constructed at the street inters etions. The Vatican is preparing another protis agaanst t"e spoliation of the property of the Propaganda. Deleates of various Swiss cantons are rliscussing th, propriety of sup pressini the S lvation Army. Queen Vie'ori has settled the hand some sum of £20.000 on the bride of Young Louis r f Battenburg. Be a vote of 40t4 to 321 the Senate of the Universiti of Oxford, En...

THE NEW ORIENTAL BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 August 1884

TILE EW ORIENTAL BAKcK. The applications for shares in the newly-formed Oriental Bank are coming in steadily. The London banks are willing to advance cash to the holders of deposit certificates of the Oriental Banking Corporation, non in course o0 liquida tion, so as to enable them to invest in shares in the new bank. No doubt is felt that the creditors of the old bank will be paid in full. It is believed that the final call of £5 per share will not be required.

European News. THE RECIDIVISTE QUESTION [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 August 1884

.Euuopean News. - (From the "Argus.") THE PECIDITISTE QUESTION London, July 31. The report of the committee of the French Senate on the Recidiviste Bill, which has been presented to the Senate, recommends that the names of the color nies to which convicts are to be trans ported should be left blank in tl;e bill. This concession is understood to be due to the protests of the Australasian colonies.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 August 1884

TRAflALGON. RECORD..,, SUIJBSCRIBERS may obtain their papers A t ytvIeneisS't8tionceyrlopopposite l this offce. . t .·f:-1 BAIRD, ,,.Proprieior. rte: 'k. .ý. to r?ý F^, . 1 ` ? ý E ("4 . Y: WANTED. c -a ANTED--Ien to erect 60 ahains post c and rail fencing. Apply JAMES BOYD, C Traralgon. ANTED-A strong boyto milk and make himself generally useful.; good home I provided. Apply- H. P. HEAL, n narracan. i Importance of Poe-Vaccination NOTICE. -o- THE CENTRAL BOARD of HEALTH I have reason to believe that, natitlhstand ing that"poblic attelntion has of late been prominently directed to the importance of re vaccination, a large anount of apnthiy and ignorance still e?ists oan the subjeet, and that many persons have neglected. re-acmination, relying on the protection which they conceiee they have obtained from successfl rvaccination in tifancy. 'The Board deem it advidable, therefore, again to irispress upon the public the para mount importlhiee of. re-vaccinliori during the presence of. S...

MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 August 1884

I.ISCELLANiEOUS. The Spectator"'this m.orning re fers to the question, and supports the proposal that the.bill should be passed before the'prorogation ot Parliament. S-- London, August 2.''. The" Standard" td-day states that an official inquiry has been made int'o the claims of the Dutch over the wes tern portion of New Guinea, which has shown ithat the'?alleged claims have lapsed.- It assimtes that, in conse quence of this decision, the whole -of the island wi I be annexed to the Aus tralian colonies. London, August 3.:1 The latoeanews from South Africa sfiates'that?'the majori yrof the inhabi tants of Stellaland have accepted the British protectorate which was recently proclaimed by the Rev. Mr Mackenzie, the British representative in Bechuan-' No r.ra Lnndon,Augus.t 8. ,.' .te appeal of the Marquis de Rays .id 'e his s' lisc if"s o vo received sentences of fine and imprison ment in January last, in connectionb with.their. fraudulent colonizationi slhdnie fo'Port Breton, New Irela...

Toongabbie. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 August 1884

Toongabbie. ---o--- From our own correspondent. Wednesday. The long-continued drought is play ing sad havoc with both farmers and graziers in this neighborhood, but some { of the farmers are still waiting for rain { to commence ploughing. The few who t have been able to plough and sow are even worse off for there not being suf ficient moisture in the ground to make the seed grow it has malted, and will have to be sown over again. The graziers an the other hand having very little grass are afraid to stock their paddocks, and are sending off every thing to town that is at all like beef. { If this weather continues much longer we will like the inhabitants of the Asiatic deserts, where they get no rain at all, have to learn to live with out it. The want of sufficient water in the township for domestic purposes is becoming a serious matter; but I presume this difficulty will soon be over, as our energetic members, Messrs M'Lean and Harris, have succeeded in getting the Government to go h...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 August 1884

-CQN&ABSYEIE 1· , Tr-arei'ers S; others wiccct orated with ._on hands. i :OrRIIL:Or d ; iEutchier, Trasalroixn. K'r: ~J nett -Ctpt. =u ;;err dar. SGON. S."twelier. _` Machin~it. C'IE t ,a - -- ·.0:- Lsird G ._ . _.___ .; . T... _ .c - 7 i.._ I IDrO. i- er:Q F:i or Goods Dealor. To 1P: AJ{Ais L( t - S-,ORPM,"S p:.3 ueaij male up. L L -TI ::DESiST D R -._. "e". li- e bridrie WhLL. aoaioe_ and Bar 1 eiu ;u stock. 7-11 neatnei and lone in first-clas 14S EE ELL tea Boot -Store. CE X L EI EARCE re»-erat ice pnc n gt-css ond Cha tBsac ·asae W, i. Stephenson, SXDDLER ! AD HARNESS MKXEE, SO1 W'ELL. wz& Genloonen's saddles mzde toi ner at 3lelbanrne ntcs. ENTIRELY NEW STOCK Of frit-class Drapery, ClotPhing, Boots and Shoes, Stationery, Facey Goods, etc., IRON STORE, 3ORWELL. R,. A. G. bets m inform the inhabitants of Moerwell, Hnzeiwood, Mirboa, and sur rounding districts that he has lately opened. the premises previously occunied by Mr. Green, and. has stocked the came with N...

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 August 1884

GIPPSLASD STOCK REPORT. Saturday AuLust 2. Mlesl J. Wishart and Co report.-Fat Cattle. Only good and medimn sorts yarded this week ; pries for prime quality 28s per cwt., and likely to reach 33s per cnt., within this next two months, Store Cattle.--Mar ket fairly supplied, forward bullocks. £5 10 to £6 ; poor store bullocks, £4 17s Gd to £5 5s ; cows, £2 1ts Gd to £3 5d; two-year-old steers. - 2 10s to £2 17s dt; heifers. £2 10s to £2 13s ; yearling steers and heifers, £ 110s to £2. Every prospect of altl classes of stores fetching very high rates as the spring advand ces; probably at the end of October the best prices will be obtained. The Sale Borough yards were well suppliod on Saturday with all classes. We sold bullocks to £10; steers, £4 3s; heifers, two rears old, £2 1ss ; sprin gers £3 ; and privately during the week. 80 bullocks at £5 is Gd. Horses.-We yarlcd about 30 on Saturday. and sold Indians, £15 to 020; draughts, £29 ; hacks from £5 to £12. A good fresh country lot co...

MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 August 1884

MIORWELL. -o On Tuesday evening the Church of England concert was held at Murdoech's Hall, when a very large attendance (the hall being crowded before the concert commenced) of people of all denomina tions was present, numbers of whom came with the expectation of hearing that talented vocalist, Mrs Fairclough, and the able dramatic performer, Mr Fairelough, but although disappointed in this respect, they showed their appreciation of the various performers, Miss Rintoul being encored on each appearance,; as was also Mr Tindall, while Mrs Mason and Miss and Mr Irving were also honored with recalle. F. C. Mason,' Esq.. M.L.A. presided, and his witty remarks greatly added to, the enjoyment of the evening. The programme was greatly altered on account of the non-appearance 'of a number of ladiee and gentlemen who had promised assistance. Mr James Campbell was detained ihrough the small-pox scare, he being secretary of the Local1.3dard of Health.; Mr and Mrs Crowe were. also unavoidably ab...

FIELD AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 August 1884

FIELD AND GARDEN. -o OncanD AnD VINEYARD-Graft hardy kinds of fruit trees. Keep the ground free from weeds and the surface loose. Vines that have previously suffered from oidium may be dressed with a mixture of sulphur, soft-soap, and lime; apple trees should also be dressed to destroy the cotton blight. FLOWER GAoDEN.-Sow tender an nuals on hotbeds for transplanting. Sow hacdy varieties where they are to remain. Plant corms of gladiolus; also prelargoniums and others of the har dier bedding plants. Sow couch grass on lawns" Plant buffalo grass. Pro pagate half-hardy flowering plants. Cut back zonal prelargoniums in beds and borders. KitroneN GARDEK.-SOW leeks and onions. Make a sowing of the main soot drops. Sow peas ; earth up and stick previous crops. Seakale may now be blanched by simply covering the plants withclose pans or boxes. Plant a full crop of potatoes. Raise cucum bers, ;marrows, tomatoes, basils, and other tender herbs on heat for trans planting. Asparaguss seedmay be...

Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 August 1884

)iiseellaneouS. Ani iccidenit, which might have been attended with nore serious :results, hat pened on Friday'evening last to a :oods train in charge of Guard Neagle, dwhilst travelling between Warragul and Sale. Shortly after leaving the Moe station, and whilst travelling ata htgh rate of speed, the train ran over ahorse, wh?ich and: si raydd on to the line. The engioe oanda noamber of the truclts passed safely over it, bhtthe last trdck nvas throwi off the rails anrd a portiorn of the carcase becamee'jjiined: in tlie break rods of the vanu thus'preventing i,.fromi"vorking. -The driver, unaware if what had happened continded his jouroir for some little distifce, yghedc be discovered that" one of ;the steam cocks had been brolien by the forc ;.of the ci;llsi n, and he accordingly piilled up: At the eamre time he noticed the guard waving ared light. Iri the mean tihae the whole train had passned oer a bridge,eand it'was found that the truck swhich? had got off the rails had'cut-the h...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 August 1884

TOWN DIRECTORY. -0 T'.tIALOON--Ninety-seven miles from Melbourne, on the main Gippsland line, at the junction of the Heyfield line. Shire Council.--President, G. Firmin, Esq., Councillors, Messrs J. Peterkin, D. Campbell. H. Breed. Bodycomb, andFirmin; Shire Secretary and Engineer, Mr James Campbell; Treasurer, Mr. H. Munro, mana ger of Bank of Australasia; Health Officer Dr M'Donald ; Inspector ot Nu.sanees, Con stable Donoghue; the Council also act as a Local Board of Health, and meet for busi ness on the second Wednesdayin themonth. at 11 a,m. LAnw.-Police Magistrate, A. W. Howitt, Esq., who holds courts on the fourth Thurs day in every mouth, the Justices of the Peace presiding on the second Thursday, at 1.a.m. ; Clerk of Court, and also Electoral Registrar, Mr Charles Du Ve; Justices of the Peace, Messrs J. Peterkin, Dr Morrison, R. Young, W. Whittakers, R. Mackay, and J; Sykes. Bo.utn or AovICE.-Iessrs W. Murdoch, H. Breed, John Barton, and Thos. Clarke (correspondent). State ...

Small-pox at Trarlgon. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 August 1884

Small-pox at Trarlgon. -0o On Tuesday, at 11 a.m., Dr Morrison Icported that one of his patients, Mr Colin Campbell, was suffering from ;mnal-p'o, and after telegraphing to f the Central Board of Health, he met rith another medical gentleman (Mr Leonard, who is at present on a visit to t Trsralon, and persuaded him to visit c cc sick man, whois overseer at the paw "sill, and express an opinion on I the rcas. Dr Leonard, on visiting th, pla' , had it ventilated and fumi n'aed an?i then visited the patient, thom he ornounced to be suffering from a Un 1i attack of small-pox. Since then Dr Crawford, in answer to the tLeram s nt by the Secretary of the Lys 1 IBo:rd of Health, visited the town tealth Officer, he being at present r neieving Dr Maaedonald, who is away on sini leave. Dr Crawford arrived t on Wednesday morning from Sale, and a en attending the patient declared him t to ,l suffering from a bad attack of cbicivn-rox. Great excitement prevailed in the t eta on it becoming known ...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY AUGUST 8, 1884. SMALL-POX. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 August 1884

-o (Published every Friday morning.) t FRIDAY AUGUST 8S, 188is SMALL-POX. ,0 The truth of the following taker from our old connexion in another d district has been truly verified here r during the past week : As Englishman,as everybody knows is an eccentric animal, and developes, among singular propensities, a marked 1 affection for contagious diseases. He resents, with almost pathetic stupidity r any interference with his right to catch every variety of deadly complaint, and he opposes to any reform that kind of dogged resolution to do nothing s which, of all forms of opposition, is the most hopelessly impracticable. This disposition seems to have been sublimated in his Australasian descen dants. At the present moment we are suffering from a continued outbreak of veritable small-pox, which is spreading from Melbourne and its suburbs throughout Victoria. A little time ago it was smouldering, as though it meditated matching that sapient Cen tral Board of Health, on whose mem bers it ...

Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 August 1884

Wednesday. Inthe Assembly, in reply to 31r W. Madden. Mr Tucker said the increase on rabbits was due to the non-destruction by selectors and to shire councils not enforcing the rabbit extir pation act. In reply to Mr Wrixon, Mr Kerferd stated the Government intended to introduce a bill, dealing with offences against thie person. Mr Bent complained of sharp practice on the part of the Government in taking the second reading of the Land Bill last night, and was proceeding to discuss the matter when the Slieaker called him to order, and he moved the adjournment of thelMouse in ordertoascertain the order for future business. He said the Opposition had assisted the Government hitherto, bat would not do so if sharp practice conthinued. e again came into collision with the Speaker, and said he would sooner be out of the House than be put down. Let the Premier move his expulsion if he liked I Mr Graves seconded the motion, and said he was always amenable to the chair. The Spen ker remarked ...

Toongabbie Police Court. Thursday, August 7. Before A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.M., and J. Buntine, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 August 1884

Toongabbie Police Court. --0G Thursday, August 7. Before A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.M., and J. Buntine, Esq., J.P. Parsons v. Jones.-Work and labor £2 10s.-Settled. Packett v. Jones.-Work and labor £7 le 6d.-Settled. Parsons v. Hewer--Work and labor £17 13s, Mr Bushe for defendant Order for £9 its 6d, and £1 Uls od costs. Goldman v. Hower-Goods sold £1 10s 3d, Mr Bushe (for defendant) stated the claim had been settled. Semmens v. Nathen-Goods sold £8 3s 3d.-Order for amount, and is costs. Kenevan v. Nixon-Work and labor £9, Mr Bushe for complainant. This was a dispute about threshing a crop, three witnesses were examined for plaintiff, and seven or eight far defen dant-Order for £7, and £2 15s costs. Defendant said he would appeal. Mr Howitt, sitting as licensing magistrate, granted a special temporary license to Mi. R. Coote for his store at Toongabbie for 3 months.

SALE OF STALLIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 August 1884

SALE OF STALLIONS. - The annual sale of thoroughbred stallions was held by lMessrs W. C. Yuille and Co. on Monday, at Tatter sall's Bazaar, Exhibition-street. The fol lowing is a list of hordes sold : Guineas. Enclid, by Panic-The Proposition--Mr Robertfon ... ... ... ... 360 Confusion, by Panic-Missie-Mr W. Nell ... ... ... ... ... 300 Mitcham, by Gang Forward-Azema Mr King ... ... ... ... I10 Deuce of Harts, by Tubal Cain-Ace of Hearts-Mr J. Woods ... .. 9 Ko-hi-nor, by Piscator-Top1ez-3Mr J. Struthers ... ... ... ... 75 Saunterer, by Maribrynong--Miss Magus -Mr Cripps ... ... ... 50 Powhatton, by the Marquis--Natllie Mr J.LStruthers ... ... ... ... 15 Petrel, byArgus Scandal--dam by King Alfred-MIr Hudson ... ... ... 50 General Schobeloff, by First King-Sig. net-31r Roberton .. ... ... 35 Ailesbury, by Patriarch-M3issLouey Barker... ... ... ... ... 35 The Actor, by King of the ing--Actress --Mr Phillips ... ... ... ... _: Postcard, by Trump Card--Mr Clrin side ... ............ 25...

Rosedale Shire. ROSDALE RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 August 1884

Rosedale Shire. ROSDALE RIDDIG. The late telegrams states that Mr. Greenwell is 33 votes ahead, but that the impression prevails that Mr Skeels the next one on the poll, will top him when the returns from the south por tion of the riding are in. Latest Telegram. Skeels 140, Greenwell, 123. Majority for Skeels, 17.

SMALL POX. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 August 1884

SMALL POX. A suspected small pox case is repor ted at Murchison, and it is alleged the State School children are affected. Ano:her case of suspected small pox has been reported in the person of a resident of South Richmond, a young man 24 years of age. Until examina tion has been made the exact locality will not be disclosed. The local health officers have been requested to report on the suspected cases at Murchison, and watch.

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