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TRARALGON POLICE COURT Thursday, August 14. (Before J. Peterkin Esq., and Dr. Morrison, J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 August 1884

TRAhBALGON POLICE COURT o- Thursday, August 14. (Before J. Peterkin Esq., and Dr. Morrison, J.'P.) John Widdis v. Wm. Jones, ad journed from last Court, to allow plaintiff to fhrnish detailed account -Summons for carning materials to works on Tooagabbie line. Again ad journed until next court day at plain tiffs request. Ptder Ke:ly r. John Webb-Board andloiging?. O.der for £1 Gs with 5s Costs.

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

1iisceeDaneo1il. It may be remembered that the Rev. J. Lanibie, M.A., formerly assistant to the Re.. Charles Stro; g, proceeded to Suva some time ago at the instigation of Mr W. K. Thomson and other gen tlemen in-erested in the formation of a Presbyterian clharch :here. His mis sion was crowned with success, as may be seen by the following gratifying an nouncemnr t in the Jane number of the " Church of Scotland Hlome aI.d Foreign Missionary Record":--'"Since 1874, when Fiji, wap added to 1Her 3hojesty's dominions ?;at progress has be'-a made in dif' rent wa.s. A peti tion has'been sent to the committee by merchants and others in tuva stat ing that, while they do not desire to interfere with the elforts made by the 1\res'evans among the natives, they would very much willh to have a Pres byterians mninister sent out for their own religious interests. M3any of them are Sicr?ish Presbyterians. They have alrlead built ia church. TheIiy are noi buildiing a manse, and they have asked the c...

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

31EL13U0URNE MALiKEETC. --0 Wednesday. A .\. l31Lean and Co. report:-Fat Cattle.-1300 forward. and prices fully up to last week s rates. We sold 20 bullocks from Bruthen to £l1 islGd;¶ from Woodsideto £12 15s. averaging £09 12s .d. and 12 coos to £11, averaging £7 9s Sd; S cows for Webster to £9 2s l;d, averaging £S 17s; alson number of bllocks and cows for 31-Cole and TBrnrton, 21-Cole jmur., and Barkley, at market rates. Calves.-We sold a few for aIr Webster to £., averaging £4 8s od, topping the market. Messrs Peck.lHudson, and lllayno report : Fat Cattle.-1300 yarded ; the quality on the whole was the worst yarded fir a very long time; hect quality rore 15ato 20s. others doll. We sold 43 Ileylield bullocks. averaging £:12 Ss tid; 11 do. lre Wmin. Whittakers; and 20 others. Fat Calves.--0 yarded, none printe ; all kinds made extreme rates; best, £4 to £5. 31essr' King and Company report :--Fat Cattle.-1300, pri i ueigher. otlhers esier, bes t 11 to 17 10.n. few highergoood £10 to...

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

C n.^C'-a;- ST7a1B inc yj A.\D CO., ?Frock. Station and GIILu, i I0:IOISSIONi AGENTS. -0 .',(EN $ FOR- " 1 , r?itagees T:! Co m'pany. .I r , Nw Zaland, Fire 53.Marine ": , ad ,ided A'? ('. I ") S ES cr.idurcted.nanr lahna , . y l" . t (f Gippstland. ( '], l\N ' , .; " y., , desuription of .: :,and Chattels, and 1 ' :agecy tudnrltakei Il .! ' '.I'AY & CO. hold ceecly S ..., , l Sheep, ec., t f in mon ' " ? Tý '€..lalfyin ach month T .. 7,, -ciday, Aug. 18 C- l"; V :nl CO. will sell at Ti ion , "e.';..1 ,.tY, JG.18 .. ' & , CO., TIr ralg on. i . - m Mr ,l n ke S i :', ! n: their auction r :. :, . ! l o date r ;I Inall I rol rnir 0. t. att: --e C ::ilO S. . : ..i;:itl l As ndre ed a S':. . b urilt I t :.:l the at l nta n'ok - " : iT : : i, CO. ll slO athi '' L ' :' . . (.f ltrob e. being in i' " · . : " - ! ",r- ,I :·"' . i e tl f sollnoe . i.? l ioNITO Y, AUG. 18Co., V,':. . ' .1,. -* - slt :'rc;, thbo rnc 0 , .. ': r, . ye Cr, l . l U. ,, 21NDAY AUG. 18 un .: . o. I ;...

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

Co0n iercial Hotel, TOONGABBIE ~i.ERClAL Travel'ers & others 1 swny-s be accommodated with -r~te or Double Conveyances. . ddle Horses on hand. 1JES SHEPHERD Paorttmon. j. BREED, F 1:ily Butcher, ;e Street, Traralgon. v e, ,;: L. b c uality of meat kept. -.ii Gcods fresh every day. yr.rs moderate. SC. E£. V. Jones, Franklin Street, T AR ALGON. !;IC L IIWATCH CLOCK MAKER. ailversmith and Jeweller, . and Sewing Machinist. .: .r*".- Punctuality, and Good :k: nat?. i .p un e ; r ,:d ,: ,llas. repaired on the e.t varle. Aniti I hotography. - .::i,?d fro I.tr andon, and:now in [.COlINELL'S 'ALE STUDIO, Mr. Oliver Godfrey, ::;:'tor fiomn thie eminent firm of :,br an,,. S 11., i Itolborn. Under his :: ,:r i.n, th:e licdting of the studio (a 'tio: t iona.a or"a lha kes entirelE re .u cad n;a s acrssorics arranged, nrith oneral titr to it, production of artistic i-. utior , oay yet realised in Gipps .aT iil ,' no a cance in prces, End al -cre-s --ay ir nl upon a'tention y'ompti F. CORN...

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

TRARIALOON;DM KEl I'. Monday. Ii. Gnthridge and Co. report :-Fat Cattle selling exlremeel vwrell, alsostorecattle. Our yards were fairly suplplied last Monday, and mostly all sold at an advance on previous sales. Fat cows, £t 10s, £5 its, £5 7s (id, £5 10s; stole cows, £3 12s Gid; steers, £2 Ils, £2 1is £'3 1s, £4 14s; working bullocks, 3Iecirso .. M3Iean and Co. report`e:-We vanled a ilarTe numbcer of cattle oil Monday, there was a fair attendance of buyers present, and the prices.obtained were in all cases sati.etorvi to vendors. W\e disposed of nearly ever lot vardtcd, though not iin all cases under the halnrer. We sold fat bul locks to £8 5s. These were a nice lot. Store cows at .£2 1si, , £3 2s Gd, £3 10s, £3 11s, to £1 5s, the latter being in very forward condition. Store cattle 2 to 3 years old at £3 5i.' £3 8s, £1 2s, to £4 Ss (id. We also sold a lot of yonll cattle at £1 13, and several small lots at fell market rates. Messrs. 1. M3ackav and Co. report for the week ending I...

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

THE GAZETTE- ' -5 Tenders for convevandce of manil for the year ISS4-5 accepted.-K-ilenlda and Tarwin Lower, via Anderson's In let, t.'cee a week, R. Fisher ; Tarwin Lower and Waratah Bay, once a we k, R. Fisher Moe'and Narracan' West; via Moe South .nd Narrae,n, three days a week, Powell and Loyd : Moe and Walhalla via Moondarra, Coop:,r'o Creek, and Blappy-Io-Lucky, three dasv a week, A. Templ-'on: Moo and Tanj 1, three days a week, GeorgoeBell; Tanjil and Russell's Creek, Emnily` Dubber; AMorwell Post-otlice and Sta tion, four times a da?, Alice I. Nevi'e: Morwell and F ater, via Darlimurla, Mirboo North and Mirboo, three days a week, Win. Warner; Foster and Yanakie, once a week, W. l!illar; Morwell and -lnzelwood, six days a week, P. I'Gauran ; Morwell and N[orwell Bridge, six (lays a week, D. Walden : IIazelwod and Yinnar, via Yinnar State School, twice a week, D. Walden; Toongabbie and Walhalla, via 'Too gabble Railway Station and HFappy-Go-Lucky, three days a week, Win. Slate...

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

FIELLU AND GARDEN. ORtrat,:D asl) Ytxter.t:o--Graf hardy kinds of fiuit trees. Keep the ground free firom weeds and the oulface loose. Vitas that have previoush sulthcrd froma oidtnm m'ay be dressed w;th a mixture of sulphur, sof -soOP,, and lime: pple trees should nlso be dressed to destroy the cotton blight. FLownE GARDENS.Sow tender an nuals on hotbeds tor transplanting. Sow hardy uv:i,iti.s where they are to r nti.ntt. Pi:tnt torti s efg!:tdiotu ; also prelareoniuttt s tad others of the har dier bddirni pinn's. Sow couch grass on laens" Plat.t buffilo erats. Prr petgate -lalf-hardy flowering plants. Ctirittrl zotal prtliareroniums in beds a d bo:dedrs. ltrllril:s GARDEn.-- Sow leeks and onions. Make a sowing of lh. mlain soot crops. Sow peas ; eta:th up tr:d stick prF'ious crops. Seakale may now ~be bl?lntched by simply covering the pi*ueor h it lo-:e pansorho.re. Plit a foll c!op of porllttoes. iaise te tuilt here, nsmtrows, t Iitttes, I as s. and otber tender herbs on heat for...

ENGLISH NEWS. ("Argus.") [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 August 1884

SENGLIS.HI S'EW S. 0!·, ~ i:d- The Englsht administrators 'who have returned from Cairo' (very few stenrtS'ioemaifi)' cottitiub to - qiurrel among theinselhes as to the nleasures taken during the recent critical' timES. An illustration of this contentiousness will be found in the long latter," which IMajor Clifford Lloyd liaesjustpiiblihed in "The ' imnes," p'rtly in reply to the at'acks if ir iBe son Ma?awell,, and partlyin 'answer to the criticisms of the Englis~ h press. The letter has, howee r, done good itt directing public atrention to the scandalous conditiop of the Egyptian prisons, and already the aeijeCt has been taken up in Par liament. Furtlher light has been thrown up n the diflicnuties which have arisen in 'lonquin. Instead of the Chinese Government apologising, as was stated last week. for the action of the mili ti ry oflicers wholired upon the French troops at Lang-Son, the T'sung-Li Yamn t claim to interpret the treaty ,signed with Ca tail Fournier as war ranting th...

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

TOWN DIRECTORY. o0 T''. nLAor.oN-SNinetsy-seien miles from lMelbourne. on trh main Gippsland lir.ce. at the junction of the IIevtield line. .h ro Council.-P?resident, I. FiIhmn, Esq., Councillots, Mlessrs J. l'eterkin. I). C;mlpbell. II. Breed, lBodvctmb. and Firmin; Shire Secretary and Engineer. t 1r James Camntell: ''reasurer. i. Mr. l Munr.. mana ger of Ilnk of Australasia; Health Ofti er l)r M!'Donall : lnspcctor ot un.s:inces, Con stable Donoghue ; the Council also act as a Local theard of Iealth, and meet for busi nes on the second Wedtesday in the month. at I a.m. L,A.-l'olice 3lagistiate, A. R. IlTowii, Esq.. who holds courts on tl.e fourth Thnur. day in every mouth. the Justices of tie Peace presiding on tile second Thursday, at 10a.m. ; ?]eJorb o uf( Urt. 11d1 al;?s lhecto al Registr:u. Mir haetir:e !li Ye ; Justices of the Plrae. 3les-s ,1. l'eterkin. Dr Meorison. I. Young, W. \hit:ake s. h. Mackay, and J. Syker. io.itti or AnIVtcc -atessrs W. Mlurdech, II. tBeel. Jolrn l...

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

MIORWBELL. -o It is reported that pleura-pneumonia is making its appearance among the cattle of this neigbborhood, It is l oned this may not be as bad as stated, and 1 doubt if it is as rampant as some beiheve, although the cattle are very poor at present through the Fx:reme drvness that has been preva lent. However, " a stitch in time eaves nine," and therefore it behoves us to be on the safe side, and use every precaution. Tery few tenders having been sent in for tile work of fencing and lining the Catholic Church at Morwell, the committee have decided not to open ti'e tenders until the 16th of August (to-morrorv), and accept others up till S u'clo k that eveninr.

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

Parliament. Tuesday. The questions put to Ministers were nu merous. The cost of the alterations on the suburban railway between Prince's-bridge and Richmond, including the Swan-street crossing. will be £69.000. They provide for six lines the whole war. A bill is to be in troduced this session to authorise the ratiinu of the St. Kilda railway between the Ynu-r and Sandridge-road, which will prevent water from lying stagnant there. The Sil very Creek works. if tenders are accepted, will employ from 200 to 500 men. Ministers do not intend to introduce a bill to compel the Harbor Trust to obtain l'arlimentuary sanction before importing machinery and plant. The staff of warders at Pentritdr has been increased to the strengah required by acting inspector-general. The Lerislative Council only sat for abou half an hour. owina to the absence through illness of Colonel Sairood. The report of the Elections and Qualifications Committee on the question of whether the seats of Colo nel Sargood an...

SHIRE OF TRARALGON Wednesday, August 13th, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 August 1884

SHI OF TRARALGON. -l: - - Wednesday, August 13th,18s.i Present: President Firmin, and Crs Bodycomb, Breed, Kelleher, Pe terkin, and Campbell. The minutes of the previous meet iog were read and confirmed, and the following letters were also read, along with the Engineer's report, but not dealt with. CORRESPONDENCE, From the District Surveyor, Ifel. bourne, stating:that. inistructions had been issued for the survey of a road from lLrbEon South down to the Tar win river, and directions given to delay the issue of selector's leases until after this road is surveyed. From Land Surveyor, Sale, stating that no printed plans have been pro parn d ofBools Boorl. From same, staling that I(aye-street should be one and a half chains wide. From Rosedale Shire Secretary, eta ting that the £10 grant asked for was for thle purpose of making an approach on the north side of Mackey's punt. From a number of ratepaers at 31irboo, requesting the opening up of a road from II. A. B. 3Ianto:'s selec tion, i...

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

NEWS AND NOTES. -o: The following is the result of the racing at Elsternwick on Saturday: MIaiden Trot ws.s won by .ubra, Hur dle Race by Sir Patrick, Steeplechase by Gilderoy, Selling race by Pan, and Elstern 'ark Handicap by Precious Stone. Mr Mason on Tuesday moved the adjournment ot the Assembly, to bring under the notice of the GovernesLn, the recent case of small-pox at Trara' gon, and the risk of the disease spread ing, which was enormously increased by the carelessness of the Central Board of Health and its efficer, Dr Shields, who had been sent down t, examine the patient, had travelled to and 'from Melbourne in the train, without any precautiboi being taken to prevent infection. The duties of the Board generally in connexion with the case were performed in a per functory manner. Several other members also spoke in the same strain. M1fr Berry denied the accuracy of Mr Mason's statement, and said.the medi cal officers invariably disinfected themselves every time they vioiikd...

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

VACCINATION. DR. MACDONALD (having returned) will J. vaccinate every MONDAY. at M)r Kleesat tel's. with calf or other lymph. as desired. Y Public Notice. THE undersigned having planted trees and so effected tiher improvemente upon the Trmral?on RECREATION RESERPVE. 5 which he has been unable to protect with tree guards, etc.. hereby gives notice that Hi until the -yuards are placed around the plants all persons are prohibited from playing re FoOTBALL., or otherwise trespassing upon the Reserve. o JAS. DCNBAR, Leaseholder. July 24.1804. so NOTICE. ALI. persons found tresopassing in thes Caimbrook Estate will he prosecuted Si Poison laid. All dog shot. A. P. BOWMAN. es July 11th. 154. WANTED. WANTED-l en to erect 50 ahaino posto and rail fencing. Apply JAMES BOYD. cc Traralgon. TANTED.-From Fifty to One hundred of acnres of good Land. in district. Particulars as t, situation, etc.. to be sent to- RECORD Office. 0o FOR SALE 3- - SFEW TONS Seed Kidney Potatos. J. PETERKIN i CO.. TRAP.AL...

Sale Borough. Mr J. Clues headed the poll. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 August 1884

Sale Borough. Mr J. Clues headed the poll. We hear that an indignation meeting Mr e'D)gald cCampbell, toaccotunt for the action he has taken in:the appointm ment of a works' overseer.

Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884

1 iscellanneous. N .SW. is determined to comatte with Vietoria in the matter of the Rive rita trade, indirectly at any rote. Mr Dibbs will not do anything towards a line from Corowa towards Culeatitu, for fear of dirvrting traflic from the Great Solhbern Railhay 'o this colony. It is curious:.how indefinitely the newepapers detlcribe the process of what is cnlhd lthouht-reading. One woouldralny thik;, i-ofntili 'he ccouiis given of the operation performed by Mr Cumb, rlbnit:olI the Pr,-mier in the stnok ng-room of Ihe House of Com alnonr, that he guessed by some marc Il lous me ins the number ir Gladstone was t?it kiir of. The experiment w a Sthis.:-The it tne dgits were waitttn down and the nutmber was thought of; tlhen Mr OGdstone was led to the boad by the operator, who held his ha, d talhil. the fienres were called over; when thlt, figures of which his iris n, r %a- tlinhk.ng were llnamed he de-terctd a tn.tn.ntr mlovemenllt. This is reactlv l e old spirit-rappintg cxperi ntentu...

MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884

MIULTU)I IlN PA1tVO. ---o- The first Iron atd Brass foundry in Gip.sland has been established in Maffra by Messrs- George Williams and Co., and is now in working ope ration. Another splendid specimen of the hunting stamp, Forester, has been purchased bp Mr F. ýMKinnel, of MIaf fra, for 400 guineas. He is a fine dark bay, by Snowden, out of a Prince William mare. Beach r-fues to row again utnil six months have passed, and then only on the Paramatta. The management of the Thratre Royal, Sydney, presented Beach uitb a -5dugulnea wat h as a mCmeInIto of his victory on Saturday. Tenders are to ba called for sinking an artesian well at Toongabbie. In the Cricket match Australians v. Gloucester, the latter made 183 in the first, and on thie econd day the Aus tralians made 402 in their first innings, and disposed of seven of their oppo nents wickets for 38S runs. Nearly 40,000 otf the women of Vic toria have signed the petition in favor of local option in connexion with the liquor tr.,lie w...

MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884

AlISCELLANEOUS. --0 London, August 17. The team of English cricketers who are to visit Australia during the coming season, under the captainship of Alfred Shaw ,will leave England by the Orient steamer Garonce, on S.ptember 17. " The Times" of yesterday states that the Chinese Government have decreed war with France. London, August 18. Wallace Ross, of New Brunswick, clhallenges Beach to row a sculling match on the Thames for £500 a side and the championship of the world. "The Times" this morning, refer ring to the result of the contest on saturday between Hanlan and Beach, suggests that these two scullers, toge ther with Wallace Ross and Teemer, should row a race on the Thames dur iog the autumn. London, August 20. King Tawhiao has requested to have en interview with the Queen prior to his departure for New Zealand. Her Mofjesty has, however, declined the re quest, on the ground that she at pre sent requires complete rest. London, August 10. A terrible outrage has been com mitted i...

European News. THE FRANCO-CHINESE DIFFICULTY [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884

European News. ---o- (From the "Argos.") THE FRANCO-CHINESE DIFFI CGLTY. London, Aunust 18. The Chinese Government have for some time past been making great exertions to place their coasts and bar bours in an efficient state of defence. As a Fnrnch attack upon Canton is anticipated, the harbour and river ap proach to the city have been completely blocked with torpedoes. London, August 10. News has been received that a force of 5000 Chinese troops has been des to the port of Kelung, in the island cf Formosa, which was recently bombar. ded by the French fleet. London, August 20. Thirteen hundred French troo e have sailed from Algiers for Tonquin for the purpose of reinftrcing the French garrisons in that coun'ry.

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