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Narracan Shire Council. SATURDAY, AUGUST 30. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

Narracan Shire Council. --o SATURDAY, AUGUST 0o. d Present: Cra Scarlett, Walsh, Vary, Ham, Williams, Hasthurpe, and Ro Sbinson. e Minutes. n The minutes of the previous meet: I, ing were read and confirmed. Cr Bowdea was elected president, e and the president's allowance was fixed at £25 for the forthcoming year. Crs Moore, Walsh, Wdilliams, Robin son, and Hasthorpe were appointed a s Finance committee; and Crs Vary, St carlett, Ham, and Hasthorpe, a Works committee. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Education department, stating that the trustees had been writ Sten to respecting trees at Mirboo North State school. rFrom Thos. Collyer, Morwell River, complaining of being overcharged for rates.-Amount correct. From J. H. Jagoe, Mirboo, request ing erection of a culvert, and making a sidling on road being cleared by Mr Hannaford, between Mirboo and Mir boo North.-The Traralgon Shire to be asked to co-operate. From J. W. Nicol, complaining of bad state of Nichol's lane. From J. Ryan, Morwell, ...

European News. THE FRANCO-CHINESE DIFFICULTY. London, Sept. 3 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

European News. --=-o-- (From the "Argus.") THE FRANCO-CHINESE DIFFI CULTY. London, Sept. 3 The French fleet, under Admiral Courbet, which left Foo Chow on Fri day last, is proceeding to the Island of Hainn. London, Sept. 3. The French Government have decided to send a military force to China, and an army division ianowready to proceed thither. The latest advices from Foo Chow state that the marines from the British war ships have suppressed the plunder ing which was being carried on by the Chinese in the British and foreign quar. tar. The foreign consuls, who had left the city, are now returning to their posts. Li-Hung.Chang, the Chinese Com. mander in chief who was recently en gaged in conducting negotiations with the French, has been diesreced by his Government.--" Age."

Fires in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

Fires in Melbourne. -0-- A disastrous fire occurred on Satur day night resulting in, the total de struction of Chifney's training stables at Newmarket and thedeath of several valuable racehorses. The stable was locked up at 8 o'clock and the fire broke out at nine._ Despite the efforts made to save them four horses were destroyed, viz., Lucy,-General Jackson, Miss Mercury, and a borse unnamed, a brother in blood to Sussex. Four horses were saved including Songster. Lucy and General Jackson were the property of Mr Chifney. Miss Mercury belonged to Mr H. Morby and the other horse to Mr A. F. Sullivan. .The Melbourne Cricket Club's grand stand was burned down on Sunday niornibig ibout nine o'clock. It is sur mised that. some one playing skittles had thrown a cigar.in the saw-dust and it had monldered. The building which is completely destroyed was valued at~'6000 and- insured for £3000. The" Age' office had a narrow ee cape from being burned down early this morning. A fire broke out in...

MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

MIULTUM IN PARIO, * -o The members of the Roman Cathtli Church at Glenmaggic intend to erect a place of worship, and are now ralgo funds. A proclamation has been issued in anton, setting a price on the head of French subjects. A horrible and fatal fare has sccurred at Ballarat. A woman, named Ann Gardiner, and a chinaman known as sh Lenn, were burnt to death in the but of the latter, both, it is surmised, being drunk at the time. An "Argus" telegram dated 310a. day, states that the Long Tunnel mine is opening splendidly in the lowest level, 800ft., showing a solid lode of stone, 8ft. wide, and carrying gucd payable gold. The local people have invested largely. The information as to the improved prospects in the Soft. level at the Toombon mice has beea confirmed. On Saturday morning in Litt!e Bourke St. east, a Chinamanl noamed Ah Goon, was undoubtedly murdered in cold blood for a conai.:erable suor of money that le was knocwn a s hove poss, ssed. The murderer hls not pt been arres' ...

THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

TIHE GAZET°TE. .The. urappropriated Crown Land comprised within the area, in thecoun ty of Tanjil, parish of Toongabbie North, indicated by pink color on plan marked A, has been withheld from the operation of the 10th section of the Land Act, 1860. Applications for Licences approved. -H. T. Costin, 20 acre, Rosedaleo; Isabella Thompson, 320 acres, Traral gaon rn-, Ihauman, 208 acres, Loy Yang. Applica':ons for land ande.' section 10, not granted.-Edwin Higgs, 150 acres, Mirboo, open on 12th Sept., at 0 a m.; Jolin Iiggs, 000 acres, Naira can South, open on 30th S'eptember, at 0 n.m. ; James Kittelty, 320 acres, Al lambee, refused. Leases transferred.-Henry Murray to Patrick Mturray, 319a Or 38p, Mit boo. Applications for leases approved. Jane B. Macreadie, 77a Or 4p, Willung ; Patrick LynCh, 42 Or 8p, Yarram' Yarram. / TEx.ens received by Board of Land and Works, Melbourne, on 25 h Sep tember, for 15 chains formation cul verts, etc., at Dargo Flat; also for timber culverts, etc., St...

Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

The following-notification appears in the " Gorernment Oazettoe" of last week :- "in' Iccordance with the powers confalred by the Post Office Act 18S3, No. 781, section 28, it iii hereby ordered and declared that o adi"datter the 30th August 1884,; no letter, paeekt, newspaper, or parcel addressed to 'Arch-Medium, care f J. Biland, Chanpion Hotel Fitzroy,' or to any otherddress in the colony of Victoria, sha1 l*be registered at any post-office in lhe said colony; and no letter, packet,\ newspaper, or parcel addressed as above-mentioned, received at any post-ofliceo in the colony of Victoria for delivery therefrom by letter-carrier or otherwise, shall. be so delivered ; and any letter refused deli! very under this order shall be sent at once to the Dead Letter Office in Mel bourne, and shall, if rr:ginally posted in Victoria, be opened and immediately returned to tie sender, or if not originally posted in Victo:ia, be retur ned unopened to the colony or country vhI,:-ce it originally...

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

IMELBOUjRNE AMARKETS. Wednesday. Messrs Richard Gibson and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-Only 8G0 head forward, nearly all being from Gippslad and Upper Murray. Prices ruled 10s to 5l per head higher than last week's advanced rates, best beef fetching 37s Gd per 1001bs. \We sold Campbell's Tra ralgon Park bullocks, averaging £10 17s 6d; 3M'lillan's Hazelwoodl bullocks, £9 Gs 9d; Sligh's Lennel Dale ballocks, £8 lis. Fat Sheep.--12,000 yarded. Sales were dull, and prices easier, best merino wethers makingl4s to 1ifs; crossbred do. 17s to 20s. We sold 3300. IMesss King and Company report:-Fat Cattle.-868 forward; another short market; prices advancing 15s, to 25s, acording to quality; prime £16 10s to £18 10s; good, £12 10s to £14 10s; medium, £10 to £11 ; prime cows, £11 to £14 6d ; good, £8 to £9 10s. We sold 31 bullocks, Boisdale, avnrag ing £10 1.s Sd; 10 for Mr Macalister, Sale, £9 10s; others from Pentland Hills. Sheep. 12,200 penned; easier. Lambs.-2400 pen ned; best selling well, to...

Parliament. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

Parliament. -o Tuesday. The Legislative Council only held a short sitting. The Mining on Private ?roperty Bill passed the remaining stages, and was sent to the Assembly. the Amalgamation of Legal Profes ;ions' Bill was committed " pro forms." and the House adjourned till Tuesday sext. Bills to give effect to the increased mport and excise duties on'spirits were !ead a second time and passed through ommittee in the Legislative Assembly 'he Treasurer stated, in reoly to ques ,i.s, that the Government cannot agree o let rum come in at a lower duty ban brandy on other spirits A division was taken on clause 13 of he Land Bill, which provides that where land has been temporarily reser red for sale or lease, it is not to be sold >r leased until suich temporary reserva :ion has beea revoked by the Governor a Council It was moved toat 'Legislative Assembly" be substituted or "Governor in Council." The amendment was negatived by 40 votes 0: 21. Voting preceded discussion. It was moved that...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

~ lTshq I'jar4n ie4 l• -0- is (Published every Friday momning.) 28 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 1884, We have wondered at, and specula ted upon, the unwilling homage to our integrity and power, while taking as a - compliment the fact of being roundly abused. Necessary vigilance often is the cause of unpopularity. a The existence of such an outspoken element may be troublesome, neverthe less it is of considerable advantage, ad because it is the natural exponent of Id public opinion, fairly and purely repre senting those things which it chiefly at impales the public to know. They do to not want to see what is written to meet e, particular views, but, rather, their own, g And to be deceived by attaching an im portanco to an agency which, if guided P by any clique is deprived of all its a- value. To compromise amiable rela ations, of a particular kind, is' often to render a salutary service. The Press must necessarily be iischievous and - misleading if voluntarily subjecting itself to any other ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

AND CO., Stc1k, Station and GE uNrELP , O'13ISSION AGENTS. ---O---" AnGIn15 FOR 7:".nr Es'at'o, and Mlortgagees. Y.,;: Zr,-.aiLd Loan Compaily. ! !':: t of 'c:r Zealand, Fire § Marine Lor?;.: cr l Lauashire Fire .-, Zed en t( _Icident ATCT ION SALES conductedanavalea tic:a a;: "? :in any part of Gippsland. LO.\ANS :s,:atu on evrery description of .. .-:' l;crzy, Stock, and Chattels, and c,,l; r. ) ,! f:ain·cial aycncy undertaken T1CITARD MACIKAY & CO. hold weekly 1`rl1s f" II rses, Cattle, figs, Sheep, ec., ct 'Zc:r Trsal on: YIards erery Monday. .c:;.y,,j g'yrds, last llednesday in each month. l; ::d? :rds, last Monday in each month .,!'.e ya3'rd:, srcond Tuesday in each month Cearing sales--Daily. Inor--Acctz:,nt soes prompily rendered. TRARALG ON, MONI)AY, SEPT. 8 • --o---.. .. - RIC.HARD IACKAY & itO. will sell at their yards, as usual, on above date Fat and store Cattle Iorses, Pigs, and sundries Also, on account of C. Widdis, Esq. One splendid (2-horse) Power M...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

Si?ulerciai Hotel, TOONGABBIE. -o g?lERCI AL Travellers & others ( . aty]s be accommodated with t ~cg or Double Conveyances. Fbdie Horses on halid ~g. BREED, - Sllauily Butcher, save Street, Traralgon. 1 ys?t qt tic bes? quality of meat kept. 01 (GcoB fresh every day. Searges moderate. [f~----- C. c g W. .Jones, Franklin Street, STRARALGON idiCAlf WaICI & CLOCK MAKER. x Silversmith and Jeweller, Itrciae and Sewing Machinist. , - C n-. P nc:tualit,. and Good c.....- .. .. _uaranu eet l. s : dla. rqepaired on the I I-i hotography. I ar:' r:,:a Londoncdad onow in t :'.S ý1ALE STUDIO, :i::'. !!itcr Godfrey, I,'d: ' t:;" 'on the emineno? t firm of , ;, ilborn Under his S i 7 of the studzo (a :: been entirely re - i:- arranlgcd, with rodncefion of artistic ma : . ralised in Gipps -an:; in prices, and at r3cn oacntcon i'promcpti FL r GB ELL, L f . HEenttden, Fosco:. :.t knext to Looford's), SA A LE Toba cconist, |c iK E LLER, STATIONER, ":.: Fancy Goods Dealer. 2:;KLIN ST.,...

To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

I tik Ei, or ofthe fraralgoan ecord. t::-- Ia surrirsed to see such an exhibi i of nom from the pen of any person 2 u?; in township, no doubt you were S.ing. but still the facts remain; .-Le bee: working without system, clear 'r ubbing lanes for which there, was - cKain-, manr of which bad" good Sprevious'- cut out,and only required a -t hee and there, butwehaveneglected las. -Walhalla, for instance, where cj ld have a splendid road if only the 'anc of such could be made plain. It :sa m in other cases. Why have we :--': in for direct routes to such places oPn bietM and Walhalla? We could t h:rE piuncd the asistance of neighbor ý%':-', end then tracks cut to the good ou.id have been far more satisfactory '?Ein numerous bad ones running all C u onu direction. That our townships ire miiiage there is not the slightest 'ad the only wonder is that, seeing it e n pre-iously brought under their Shey did not attempt to remedy this fr lrivate opinion, Mr Editor, is that i-lgoun" loks to the P...

NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

NE15WS AND NOTES. -:0: The local Receiver and Paymaster has had another district added to his present charge, viz., Toongabbie, which township he will visit on Wednesday, September 10th, for the first time, con tinuing his visits every alternate Wed nesday. The amended arranetements for vioiting the district are notified else where. A man named M'Nuff was brought up at the Moe police court on Friday last, charged with being an imposter, being drunk, and soliciting alms from several residents. When Constable Eaglestoi arrested him he found 10s 8d pinned carefully in his trousers poc ket. Mr J. Powell, J.P., sent him to gaol for a week on each charge.-Mer cury." MAr . A. F. Murray, the Government geological surveyor is actively 'engaged at the present time in preparing the plane and selecting the sites of the different areas in the various mining districts of the colony on which diamond drills are to be used for prospecting purposes at the expense of the state. When the sites are dete...

To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

STuti rd'or of the' "Taralge n Becord." 1- " n:ice that you have got into the S iii..- th sorme of your Traralgon ,,i:.-r. -win to the ** leader" which ap t-.; il; the * iecord" the week before last, a : e eing at Morwell'withreference :ithelu correspondent (signed Traral - on to say that the article has cast ;: r:.-i ,blot upon Traralgon, that is h::. ie writer of the article does not fL..:. tv t-and make amends, by tamely .;t: i: tihe two or three indignant ones h-:.: Ui mbicailogr and simply speakin Sti..;i tainess cractly as they desire, -.: .at I should call "despise the -L:. !i.ne the few." Well, I fail to -.;::., ,n- whatever offered to the good ml::'vT. Trarlgon. I willtake siastances S-:re ppa-saes.which seem to irritate -=g1on." first take ' dismal swamps," :, I n:-.A amit the article was warm on : I,. i iit had mentioned that during -:-:-: (none of which we have had for a':; t'\ years, so that-we must expect to -e?o or three severe ones ere long) the -a- -Ir. mal, " Trara...

Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

correspondence. :Editor of the "Traralgon Record." "I have jst perused a letter signed ha"gon" in last week's Record, which, S .he writer may plume himself on his '-,,ne oenl proves that his mental vision t' ' .out of order. Whatever may be '": which led him to vent his spleen insulting letter he has sent you, the writer is I cannot even guess, but 5: to me he is one of a class who can t' amount of soft sawder, but the Sct? .. -daisy" (if it touches them 'intrests in any unpleasant manner) -" rt them on the rampage. That nof:" article, which raised "Traral. l. rea trne, generally, nine-tenths - ople will admit, and it was most Sn aad if acted upon by those in .:-" i endeavouring to remedy those lt: " the town which are remediable, :?°de: in question would be of incalcual * ,ito everyone in the town. a road to see, Mr Editor, that yen Sindependent mind,and that although ? in common with your fellow-townsmen, S slivihood in the town," you areabove 1the sycophant simply to please oar I...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

TOWN DIRECTORYI ---0 'IaRALG.oo-Ninety-seven' miles from bourne, m the main Gilpeland line, at - unction f the Ileyfield,line. Shire Council.-President,' G. Filmin, Esq., Counci}lms, Mllessrs J. Peterkin, D. COnmpbell, H.flredB laodyc6mlb,nid Firmin; Shir/.ecretary, and Engineer, Mr James C tTpebhll Ti-urer, AMr. H. Munro, mana gerf B:laid of Aeisterlasis; -Health Offlcer' Dr'Donald;. Inspector ofeNu sances, Con stele Donoghua; theCosulicil also act as i L/cal Board of Health, and meet :forý busi - sss onsthe second Wednesdayin the month. at It o.m. ' -LAW. -Poliee Magistrate, A." W. Howitt, Esq, who holds courts on the fourth Thurs dy-in very month, the Justices of the Peace piesiding on the second Thursday, at 10 a:m.; lerk r.f C 0urt, and also 'Electoral Registrar, Mr Charles Du Ye; 'Jitstices obf the Peace, Messrs J. Peterkin, Dr Morrison I.Young, W. Whittake s;tR. Mackay; and -BoAta or ADoICE-1Messrs W. Murdoeh (corresponde t), H ' Breed, John` Barton, and Thos..Clarke. i.! ' T...

FIELD AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

FIELD AND GARDEN. -o KITCor F. GARnDE.-Plat asparag us as soon as the buds begin to push. Sow French beans, rhubarb, sugar maize, celery, leeks, basil, marjoram, cucumbers, melos, marrows, and pumpkins in the open air;. also succes sional crops of common vegetbbles. Thin and stop the shoots of " melons and cucumbers in frames. Finish the t ansplanting of onions. THE FIELD.-As soon as the man sold and beet crops come up, the horse hoe should be set going. Sin-line out ,hould not be taken in hand too soon in aaoeofgrabs. Theroots should be not less than half an iisch in diameter before beins touched. From 15 to 18 inches is the ordinary singling for man golds. Potsto'culure will require at tention in thesmsajirity of potato-grow ing districts this moi;th, also eliicory, cal~rts, Deas. Preparatoal should be made for s"oing maize a·, a fodder crop for summer feed. Flas should be sown this month in well-tillk4: oil.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

SOTIOE. E ' ;L personsifonnd trespassigg in the n- inbrool Estatelii11 be prosecuted" Poison laid. All dogs shot. . P. BOWMAN~. July lth;:1884:-j !'/ ý i . . WANTED. -n WANTED a strong useful girl. Apply-M-s. JOPE, TnARALGON. G.U.O.O.F, New Province Lodge. 050 to lend on Freeholdsecurity. Applica tions, stating rate of interest, to be in the hands of the undersigned on or before Thurs. day, 18th September. A. L. GALBRAITH, Traralgon, Hon. Sec. September 4th, 1884. Traralgon Mechanics Insti tute. IEMBERS and others hbuing books the property of the above institution, are requested to return same on or before the 18th inst., so that the Committee may be enabled to compile a catalogue. By order of the Committee, H. C. JONES, Traralgon, Hon. Sec. September 4th, 1884. Lost. ONE boy's Brown Overcoat, bhetween the residence of Mr J. M'Lean and theBluff Bridge. Finder rewarded on delivering same at the Cash Store, Traralgon. Public Notice. THE undersigned having planted trees and effected ot...

AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 September 1884

A?i RICAN ITEMS. -o--- It is i)ep:rted -hat Earl Granville will resign his position as British Sec retary of Stite for Foreign Aff-irs on the disso!tion of Parliament, owing to failinsg health. The Chi:cgo "Times" says a schoo ner rode out a gale on Lake Michigan by pouring on the water twelve gallons of linseed oil, which calmed the waves for a distr. r of half a minle from the ship. J. H. Ifammonnd, tle owner of 'St. Gatien, Ih?as we\ on the Eogiisheturi in the past few years no less than £80,000. A ? el. i,, g6odolia, with naitive gondolier:, is now the poetic feature of the Thans:, introduced by '. "1'oh genltleman. The SlI':::ih Government is imalkiig rigid enqirieas into, in regard to the reports ab ut the hurning of Bibles in the provinces. The Er :Uhcl elhuate is regarded as inferior to litat of F'rance; yet the averoge of life in.Enganed exceeds that of France by coCven years. Prirnce Bi in.: rck, while stlopping, on 4th June, a.t n lio cl,in Friedricksruhe, was jccrcsi :.i...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 September 1884

Traralgon Cricket Club. HE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the above Club will be held at Hickox's Hotel, on Saturday, September 13th, at 7"30 p.m. Business: Election of officers, receiving Balance-sheet, and other important business. E. WHITTAKERS, Hon. Sea G.U.O.O.F, New Province Lodge. 50 to lend on Freeholdsecurity. Applica tions, stating rate of interest, to be in the hands of the undersigned on or before Thurs day, 18th September. A. L. GALBRAITH, Traralgon, Hon. See. September 4th, 1881. Traralgon Mechanics Insti tute. IEMBERS and others having books aLa the property of the above institution, are requested to return same on or before the 18th inst., so that the Committee may be enabled to compile a catalogue. By order of the Committee, H. C. JONES, Traralgon, Hon. Sec. September 4th, 1881. Lost. --o ONE boy's Brown Overcoat, between the residence of Mr J. M Lean and theBluff Bridge. Finder rewarded on delivering same at the Cash Store, Traralgon. Public Notice. THE undersigned havi...

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