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AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 August 1884
AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. The match the Australian Eleven v. All England was resumed and conclu ded to-day at the oval. The attend ance was good, but the weather was hot and sultry. The Englishmen, who had lost two wickets for 71 runs on the previous day, resumed their in nings and managed to put together346 runs before the last wteketfell, the two highest scores being W. W. Read (caught), 117 ; J. Scotton (caught) 90. The English, being in a minority of 205 runs, had to follow their in nings, and when the stumps were drawn for the day had lost two wiekets for 85 nuns. The match was conse quently declared drawn.
LIST OF COURTS. POLICE COURTS—AUGUST, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 August 1884
LIST OF COURTS. PoucL COURTS- AUGUST, 1884. Rosedale, on Wednesday, 6th, at 11 a.m. Traralgon, on Thursday&lt;, 14th and 2Sth, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued jon Fridays, 7th and 13th. 3Iorwetll,on Wednesday, 20th, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on Wednesday, 13th. Moe; 'on Saturday, 16 h, at 10 a.m.; Warden's Court, same date, at 0 a.m.; summonses issued on Saturday. 0th. Summonses for all above courts issued at Rosedale every Monday.
MISCELLANEOUS. London, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 August 1884
MISCELLANSEOS. -0- London, August 9. d The " Spectator" to-day refers to the recent decision of the Earl of North- q brook, the First Lord of Admiralty, in Lclini g to alldw the Victorian war vessels to fly the white ensign of the Briteih navy. It condemns the deci sion of the Admiralty as being charac terised by childish punctilio. Tihe death is announced of Sir Fred erick Palgrave Barlee, K.C.M G., for- h merly Colonial Secretary of Western Aust-alia, who was recently appointed a temporary Governor ofTrinidad. fis Excellency died at Trinidad yesterday. The aulicatioens in this country for shares in the new Oriental Bank at present amount to under £500,000, to be equally divided between England ° and the colonies. A company has been registered enti- ti tled the Australian Preserved Meat P Company. The capital is £100,000. a London August 11. d The Government of the Cape Co lony has annexed to that colony the Wolfish Bay district, on the south west c ,ast of Africa, formerly an im I...
THE FRANCO-CHINESE DIFFICULTY. London, August 11. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 August 1884
THE FRANGUCO-CHTIESE DIFFi CULTY. London, August 11. It is reported that in consequence of t}ie rupture of the negotiations between France and China relative to the in demnity for the violation of the Treaty of Tientsin, which led to the hostilities in Tonquin, the French have threatened to seize the port of Amoy, which they occar ed for some months. prior to April last as a guarantee for the pay ment of the indemnity. It is also threatened that the French fleet will seize the Pescadores group of islands in the Fokien Channel, bet wen the Chinese mainland and the is land of Formosa.
IMPERIAL FEDERATION. London, August 11. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 August 1884
IM1PERIAL FEDERATIOY. London, August 11. Sir Stafford Northeote, who, with other prominent members of the Con servative party, has been strongly ur ging the postponement of the Federal Council Enabling Act, on the ground that a measure of such importance should be more adequately discussed than it can be at present, and who has promised to support the measure if it is introduced in the autumn session. has communicated with Mr Gladstone asking him to introduce the bill during that session. London, August 12. Sir Saul Samuel, the agent-general for New South Wales, acting under m~tructions from the Government of that colony, is strongly urging the Secretary of State for the Colonies to delay the introduction of the Enabling Bill into Parliament until the New South Wales Legislature has had an opportunity of considering the resolu tions passed by -ydney Convention. The representations of Sir Saul Samuel have made some impression upon Lord Derby.
GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT Saturday, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 August 1884
-o (;GlPSLAXND STOCK RIEPORT Saturdlay A\uglt 9. Messrs. I. Guthtridge and Co. report:--Fat cattle about the same as last week. We sold medimu cows to £5 17s ld ; bullocks to £7 7s (;d; sealers to £3. Store Cattle.-Fair supply yarded ; forward bullocks not so firm ; yolung cattle continue in brisk detand at late high rates. We sold at Matfra, bullocks, £5 7s Sd to £6 ts d ; steers, £3 7s to £4 lls; youtng do. and heifers, £2 2s to £2 lls; and at Sale 2 to 2r year old steelr, £3 to £4 is ; 1 to 1 year old do., £1 t1s to £2 C s ; 2 year old heifers, £2 3s to .2 14s, and pri vately 210 steers from £3 3s to .£4 Is. Mil kers and forward springers sellingt well, sales. £-1 t t5o £. Ilorses.-Improvement inl this toick continues ; only odd lots yardled, and all cleared. We sold a lombcr of light sorts to£12. Sheep --Market brisk for both stores and fai.t e sold 100 merino wethers in forward coniditioi at los. and 150 crossbred ewes in laIh at Os ;d. Pigs.-Only small oumber yarded, aln blddi...
Moe. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 August 1884
Moe. th With the increased prosperity that has been. spreading through many Gippaland towns, we may fairly claim a share, for Moe is beginning to assume dimensions that will fairly entitle it to be called a township. We havenow two branch banking establishments, pre pared to transact business on regular days every week; we can boast of a new store; our Mechanics' Hall, which would certainly do credit to a very much larger town, and reflects honor on the architect (Mr Fowler), who gave his services gratuitously, and is also a monument of our worthy townswoman's (Mrs Hasthorpe) gene rosity. she having kindly presented the land whereon it stands, and our proposed new Shire Hall will give the place a good status. Last Friday to supplement the pri vate subscriptions for this building and to celebrate its opening, a concert and ball was held, at which a large number of visitors attended from all parts, one and all of which expressed themselves highly pleased with the bospitable manner, in...
FLYNN'S CREEK. Tuesday, 12. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 August 1884
FLYNN'S CREEK. (From our own Correspondent.) Ttiesday,12. g The fact of small pox having broken d. cut at Traralgon has caused some alarm here and there is no doubt that many will take the very necessary pre cautions of being re-vaccinated. I have previously had occasion to draw attention to the damage done to w shfep and calves, and even pigs am h fowls by wi:d dogs and other mongrel curs that roam at large. Tnese half- L starved brutes prowl about the farm B houses and c.uwbuildings, nothing alive B or dead, which will satisfy their hur- 0 ger, being saf.. I heard of a farmer, p who, during the day had killed a num- ti b-r of fine porkers, and hung them up a in an outbuilding to be taken on the a morrow to the Railway Station, for £ forwarding to the Melbourne market. Just imagine his feelings when he n came to remove -his pork, and found Iz three or four of them gnawed, eaten, and tot ally unfit for anything but home use. His own dogs were innocent as at the time he had none. It ...
The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) [?] FRIDAY AUGUST 15, 1884 AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 August 1884
-o (Published every Friday moe ning.) FRIDAY AUGUST 15, 1SS4, AGRICULIURAL SOCIETIES. Few measures are more necessary, or more conducive to their professed object of promoting agricultural im provement than Agricultural Societies. The merit of establishing them can be put on very plain grounds of justifiesa tion. If their cost is obvious, their uses are commensurate. Their purpo ses and their limits are to obtain for c agriculture all the success attainable by human ingenuity and forethought, a so that the least enterprising may learn lthat science adapts itself to every va riety of conditioe. Neither climate, nor soil, nor irregularity ofsurface, nor smallness, nor irregularity of area, nor even poverty itself-unless it be ex r treme-can prevent the farmer from s obtaining some advantage from these societies. They widen the area of competition, and make the work of each succeeding generation easier and more profitable than that which prece ded it. In short, what politicians think o...