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LIST OF COURTS. POLICE COURTS— AUGUST, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884
LIST OF, UUIlTS.. PoucE COURTs AUGUST, 1534. Rosedale, on Wednesday, 6th, at ll a;m. Traragon, on Thursdays, 14th and 28th, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on Fridays, 7th and 13th. Mlorwell,on Wednesday, 20th, at 10 a.m.; summonses issuedou Wednesday, 13th. lMoe, on Saturday, 16 h, at 10 a.m.; Warden's Court, same date, at 9 am.; summonses issued on Saturday. 9th. Summonses for all above courts issued at Rosedale every Monday.
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884
THE GAZETTE. Applications for grants in aid of the Building Funds of Free Libraries will be received until 31st August. An area of a quarter of a mile radius, around the site of Mr Fuge's house, at the junction of the Walhalla and Traralgon roads, has been declared a district where publican's licenses may be specially granted. Messrs W. Moore, W. O'Meara, J. Slater, J. Shepherd, J. D. Heywood, David Russell, and M. R. GCote have been gazetted a committee to manage the Toongabbie race course reserve. Issue of new licenses approved: F. W. Mapleson, 19a 3r 3p, Traralgon : Jno. M'Mahon, 15a, 'Rosedale; John Waite,. 20a, Willung; John Widdis, 18a 2r 31p, Trhralgon ; G:.Ardill;:20a, Traralgon;J.,F..P. Jones,. 18a, Wil lung; S. Newnian, 20,, Toy Yang; John P. Wain. 20a, Tarwin. Applications not granted:-R. Stewart, 20a, Mardan ; Owen M'Carty, 100a, Neerim, open on the 29th Aug., at 9da.m:;l Jas..4Y..,1Rendry, 320a, srrbco Pouth, open on 30th August, "t"9OcBf:o- Chai:rA Y:YHendry; 320a, Mir...
TRARALGON MARKETS Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884
II TRXARALGON MARKETS. : .---0- SMonday. English, Little, and Co. report:--Store Cattle.-Mostly young stock forward. which sold at high rates. ;We sold IS months' to 2 years steers £2 4s to £3 14s : 18 months' to 2 years heifers £2 Is to £2 5s ; store cows £3 Is to £3 S ; 3 years steers £4 17s; half-fat bldlocks, £5 12s d. Messrs A. ['Lcan and Co. report:--We had about 450 head of cattle fonrward last Monday, the bulk of which we disposed of at most satisfactory prices. We quote Fat Steers and light weight ballocks at from £5 Its to £6 Is; Store bullocks, 40 from Man oro, in low condition, realised £4 17s; Store Steers, 2 to 2' years old sold from £3 12s, £3 16s, £3 ISs. to £1. There ison eager demand for this class of cattle, the bidding for all lots forward being very spirited. Store cows, 70 from MIanero in very low condition realised £3 is 6d. We also disposed of various small lots at full market rates. Messrs. RI. Mackay and Co. report for the week ending 2lth inst :-Fat Cattle...
Correspondence To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884
Correspondence. ~----- To the Editor of the" Traralgon Record." SI,--I hear that several of the residents of the 3forwell district have decided upon taking active measures to secure a division of the Shire into ridings. This I fear they siill find a difficult matter to decide, for at present if the Shire should be cut up, some of the ridings would of necessity be weak. Now, with newly-forming townships and fresh opening up of country by the selectors, are we not liable to err sadly! Therefore, would it not be better to help each other as formerly. and to stand a united bodty 1 No I It seems we are are to divide, and all through seem ingly pettyjealousness. Such being the case, let us strive to have an amicable and fair division of say three or four ridings each represented by three councillors, who will foel that they 'have a sacred trust to perform. and will do it unselfishly. It seems that many are in favor of the fourridings. Now, I think we could make a better division with thre...
Latrobe. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884
'Latrobe. (From a correspondent) A concert was held here on FiFa. the 8th in-tant, in the Public Hall, , aid of the funds of the Church ofEc, land. (This report was unavoidta, held over from your last.) Theat;:e dance was exreedingly large, numbr not being able to find room. Mr S. ter kindly drove out his lare ac' from Toongabbie bringing a nums. from that town. The concert w. without doubt the best ever heldhEr thanks to our Rosedale friends, a travelled such a distance to assist ar: from the remarks of some of tho ear. sent, the time wil be anxiously Ic&lt;k forward to when they will again aoi us. The Rev. Mr Walker tcok t i chair, and the firat on the programma was an instrumental piece by Mleiri A. W. Crowe, D. Crowe, and E. O'Meara, which was very cred:tably performed ; Mr A. Crowe sang" Thlre you are Emma" in his usual style; Miss Cairns then sang "The fided violet" in fine style, and as an encore sang " Thy face" ; Mr D. Crowe cams next and kept the audience convulase...
Toongabbie Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884
Toongabbie. -o-- iroa our own correspondent. Tue.diy. .:iection as a general role causes on deal of excitement and interest, :'h election for this riding of the !Ale Shire on Thursday last,whbich : a is the re-election of Council 'i?ear (the retiring member) by t:,ity of nearly two to one over - rioLent, LIr Young, did not seem :a.?se ethier excitement or interest, i a i:ranger passing through the ip ould never lave guessed y:ac ,thin, of importance to the pub esi going on t the time. The o-utr Iortion of the community here .:Cuch pleased to tear that Couo i' Slcter has been elected president de:: osldale Shire Council. T:at -Zansu has been a member of the Sa ti?L Shire Council for the last 5 iea, and has filled the position of t:'iis:t on a aprevious occasion with :: care and abiiity : so that there is :: the 'ihteost doubit but that he will a in do so with honor to Toongabbie cI credit to himself. :he lnk drought has at last broken, a, sae ia riin has been falling m'e ine Friday l...
MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884
MIORUWELL. -o The residents have lately shaken of dull sloth and gone in for public mar ters in real earnest. First of all We talked of water ; then of dividing the shire into ridings, for which a meeting is to be held to-morrow evening', sa now we are to have a public meetitn on Tuesday evening for the purposeOf enseavorisg to establish a Mecbh?om Institute in the township of Morwell, and to appoint a secretary for the same. This is a move we should have taken long ago, and it might have now been a thing of reality had we only per'te vered as our neighbors have done. However, with the £100 already col. lected or promised, supplemented iy entertainments and subscriptions to come, there is no reason why vs should not have an institute that ?e will in the future be rely proud of,di is to be hoped therefore, that 5e W turn out in numbers and show the promoters that we are ready with ot assistance. The tenders for the Catholic Chapes improvements at Morwell, have not yet been opened, th...
The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY AUGUST 22, 1884, MEETING AT MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884
-0 (Published every Friday mo ning.) FRIDAY AUGUST 22, 1SS4, MEETING AT MORWELL. ------O The gentleman who has convened the meeting to be held at Morwell to morrow, as well as the gentlemen who got up the requisition for it, and, above till, the gentlemen meditating attendance in response to it, hare every claim to our sympathy and assistance. The enterprise on which they will have entered is most important and merit orious. Augustus is said to have found lnome brick, and to have left it marble. Anyone may find Morwell -like Traralgon, mud, but who shall leave either of these macadamized ? Italy, whose capital was thus adorned, in the Augustan age, has been also said in later days, through the revival of her national independence has signally belied the utterance, to be a mere "geographical expression." Whether Traralgon and Mlorwell may hereafter become cities, certain it is that as tonne, at present, they are "geogra phical expressions," terms of common parlance, with .a variety o...
AMERICAN ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884
AMERICAN ITEMS. ,, -o------- 0 I - It is said that Mormonism is spread ng so rapidly about the Southern States of America that it is intended to establish annual conventions there to reg late the business of the church. At S ratford, Conn., a woman drearred that she sawher busband kiss ing a neighbor's wife. She awoke anid struck him it tihe face, branking his In Tndia the natives have boarded £220,000,000 in gbld, ihlich can6tf be got into circulation. , Soi-s legislators are once more dis cussing the propriety of suppressing the Salvation Army'insthit" country. Of 448 natives who left Hamburg for f-reign countries during' March, all but seventy-five were bound for Ame: rie ' rit Sweden there is a law taking away the right of suffrage from every man who has been drunk three times. .A new horse disease has made its appearance along the Upper Hudson River, New York. It shows itself in ulcerations neartthe letlorck. The horse absorbs the poison and slowly dies. Rubenstin's " Nero" was...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884
TOWN DIRECTORY. -o T'1L:.LGON-Ninti i-?cvn miles from lilbhlurne, an tihe main Gippaland lin:e, at thii juntion of the Ilh hiIld line. Shire Coune:l.-Pltidrnt, G. Fiimin, Esq., C uncilloa . M, 0-ra J. Peteakin, D. Cmabell, 11. Bret d. llo iyeonib: and Fmin; Shire tecretary :.d I 'gieer, Mr James Caml.bll ; Treasurer, .lr. H. Munro, mana ger Ut B.nk of Australasia; lHealth Oli er Dr 31'Dnuald ; Inspcctr ot Nu sances, Con stable D.eoghua ; toi Council also act as a .ocal hliard ofl lealth, :id meet for buai ne-s on the second W'eulesdayin the month. at II ta.m. LAaw.-Pl'lte Magistlate, A. W. IIuwitt, Esq., who holds courts rn the fourth T'hura d,,y it vaty m'a!?h, the Juatices of the l'eaae pteatring ons the escond Thursday, at 10a.n. ; tlerk o: C art. aln also hlecto al Regi?trsrl Mr chatlt s -u VYe; Justices of the Peace, Messrs J. l'ettrkin, Dr Mohrrison, R. Young, W. hitrhake s, Rt. Mackay, and 3. Sykes. BOARD or Avcit:.--(?sers W. Murdech, B. Blcet, Joulia l;:iota; nad Thus. Clar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884
Lawn Tennis Club. A MEETING of the members of the above club will be held in the Mechanics' Hall on Tuesday evening, August 26th, at S o'clock p.m. To GEORGI FIRMIN, Eso, PRESIDENT TR.ARALGON SHIRE. [ll.--\'e. the undersigned inhabitants of the township of Morwell and neighbor hood. bhe to request that you will convene a Public Meeting on an early date. to take into consideration the advisability of estab li'hing a IMechanics' Institute in the town ship of 3Morwell, and other business connec ted therewith. We are. Sir, Yours respectfully, (Signed) Colin Hutton A. Dlonaldson John English Movrwe!l. Lewis Samuel 20th August. 1884ISS. W. Champ And about 20 others GENTrt.e:EN.-Itl compliance with your rLeqlte I have ereat pleasure il convening a PUBLIC MEETING ,n be held at Mrs Campbili' Morwell lontel on TUESDAY evening. the 26th instant, at 7,30 p.m. GEORGE FIRMII. VACCINATION. DR. MACDONALD (having returned) will vaccinaote every MONDAY. at 3Mr Eleesat tel's, with calf or other lymph,...
Parliament Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884
Parliament. -o- Tuesday. In the Legislative Council the Mining on Private Property Bill was further discussed, and a number of amendm ents agreed to. A Bill to amend the Companies Statute of 1861, was received from the Assembly, and it was moved that it be read a first time. Tile de bate on the second reading of the Legal Pro. fessions Amalgamation Bill was adjourned until next day. In the Legislative Assembly Mr Gillies sta ted that a tender for disinfectants for the Railway department had been accepted. Ministers were fortunate in getting the orders or.the day called on before 5 o'clock in the Legislative Assembly yesterday, when the Hlouse went into committee on Land Bill. A further series of second reading speeches were delivered. Mr Mirams led off, blotting from the canvas all the glowing colors laid on by the Chief Secretary the week before last. The Hon. gentleman could scarcely speak of 3Mr Berry with patience. MIr Berry was wrong in praising the Land Legislation of the past...
TRARALGON PRODUCE Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884
TRARALGON rRODUrCE. -o Thursday afternoon. J. iPterkin and Co report.-Wtheat. 3, 2d to 3s id; barley. feeding. 2s ?'d to 3s; English. for bright plump sample., t3s ct to 3s Sd : oats, Ss 10d to 3s ; peas S td to 3s; flour, from it to L. 10is per ton ; potatoes, L3; cheese. 4d to dct per bL: butter. to 104d ; eggs, 10d per doz; hams and ba con, locally cured, 7d to Sdt 3[Melbourne Cered, lid to Is Id.
Latest Intelligence Thursday evening. London, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884
Latest Intelligence -3 By Electric Telegraph. (From our own correspondent.) Thursday evening. London, August 20. The match, Australians v. 11 of Gloucester, was resumed and concluded at Cheltenham to-day. The home team, who had lost seven wickets for 38 runs, continued their innings, and made a poor show, the last wicket falling for a total of 83 runs, thus leaving the Aus tralians victorious by one in sings and 137 runs. The next match will be commenced at Nottingham to-morrow (Thursday). Wheat market depressed; Adelaide and Victorian are worth 30s per 496 lbs ; New Zealand is worth 36s per 49d lbs; and Tasmanian is worth 309s 6d per 496 lbs. The crop in the United Kivgdom is expected to be above the average. The Dog and Poultry Show, Mel bourne, which was opened in the exhibition building yesterday afterroon by His Excellency the Governor, may safely be pronounced a success. The exhibits number 1495, and include some very fine specimens of all kinds of dogs and poultry. The leadin...
GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT Saturday August 16. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 August 1884
-. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT Saturday Annust 1t;. Messrs. R. Gnuthride amnd Co. report:-F-at Cattle.-Market firm at late quotations. We sold bullocks,£4 15s to £3.2 to 21-yr old steer £3 14s to £4 Is, hefers a2 L s to f3. cows £2 15s to £d Ils.calves 20s to 29s : a!o,privately. 120 steers anld heifers at ?. Itormsc.-Only odd lots yarded, consequently nli altrecation to report. Indian shippers are bouing a"ain, and we could place a goo?d number of that class. We sold a mob plrivately at .?1, and also a youlln entire at £50. Sheep.-lDemand good for both fat and stores. Ie sohl privately fat rcves at 10s G;d, 500 merino and crossbred wethers at 9s s6d.300 weaners at 3-5 S, and 200 inferior ewes and lambs at s it. Pis.--Our yards were well supplied, and all sold at late quotations. Bacons 3t6s d to i4s Gd, porkers 17s Sd to 30s, stores 17s to 31s ?d, slips 10s to lts.