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MISCELLANEOUS. London, Sept. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 September 1884

MISCELLANEOUIS. London, Sept. 7. It has been arranged that the forth comine meeting of the Emperors of Germany, Austria, and Russia shall be held at Skierni-vice, a small town in Russian Poland. London, Sep'. 7. The cholera is increasing to an alarming extent in Southern Italy Yesterday 200 fresh cases of the dis ease occurred at Naples. London, Sept. 6. Hear Janiczek, the Austriah Consul at Smyrna, is about to proceed to Aus tralia in the man-of-war Saida, having been commissioned by the Imperial Government to report upon the pros pects of trade between Austria and the colonies. London, Sept. 6. The English cricketing team, which has been organised by James Lilly white, and which will leave England this month for Anustraiia, will be com posed entirely of professionals, none of the gentlemen players whose names have been mentioned accompanying the team. London, Sept. 0. John Teemer, of New York, has is sued a challenge to Hanlan and Beach to row a sculling match in England for £500 ...

Narracan Shire Sub-division. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 September 1884

Narracan Shire Sub-division. -0 A meeting of delegates from various centres of populotion was held at the Mechanics' In stitute on Saturday, the 6th inst., in further ance of sub-division of the shire, Mr M'Mahon of Trafalgorbeingin the chair. After stating the object of the meeting which he had sum mon ed,the chairman invited those present to freely express their views on the matter. Mr J. Powell, J.P., then moved the first resolu tion--" That the sub-division for the shire of earraran be four ridings," which was secon ded by Mr J. Lloyd and carried unanimously. The second resolution, as follows, was moved by Mr Miller, seconded by Mr G. Murray and unanimously' adopted-"That the method of sub-division be that indicated on an official map marked A, initialled by the chairman, and in the possession of the Secretary." In the map referred to, the line of sub-divisionmark ing off the south riding comprising part of the parish of Mirbob & the whole of the parishes of Mardan, Koon...

Mining Prospects of District North of Traralgon. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 September 1884

Mining Prospects of District North of Traralgon. -o---. Mr Harris has received thefollow ing letter from the Acting Secretary for Mines :-Sir,-In reply to Your letter of the 22nd inst., I am directed by the Hon. the Micister of Mines to state that a diamond drill will be hl lot ed to the Gippsland Minining Dis trict, to be worked wholly at the ex pense of this departmený. The site on which operations will be commenced has not yet been decided upon, but before fixing it, the locality indicated by you will be brought under the no tice of the Government Geological Sur veyor, by whose recommendations the Hon. the Minister will be guided. The following report from Mr I A. t F. furray, Government geological i surveyor, in reference to the probabilh ty or otherwise of finding deep aurifer. ons ground between the Thomson and i the Tyers rivers, Gippsland, has been t furnished to the Acting Secretary for Mines. Office of Mines, Melbourne, August 18, 1884 S Sir,-I have the honor to report tha...

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

MORWVELL. (Frm a Correspondent.) On Tuesday evening, the 2nd inst.; Mirs M'Kinnos; of; Mirboo,, who had given birth to a child four days -prev irus y, expired. She relapsed suddenly on'Tuesday: and medical assistance was immedi.,tely sent for, but Dr Mor rison only arrived at Morwell in time to hear of her demise. The death was reported-to the coroner of the district and thereabe:ng o suspicious circum stancrs surrounding the sad. event ,an order, was given :for ,the .burial. -T:d husbatid having thus.been left a very large family to look after, this bei ig the. thirtee .th child, some kindly adis posed persons came forward, aiind took charge of the youngest-a sister taking the baby while Miss Scarlett took char~eof the next child. iAnother discovery of coal has been reported; this time about 1: mtle fromi the Mirbou;railrway line, en 'the selec tion of Mr Hopkins, situate betwee the Hazedwood coal mine and that: on tr Hiarleit' 'property A :laige s?m 'a, offeired for the farm, but ...

Public Meeting at Rosedale. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 September 1884

,Public Meeting at Rosedale. --A well-attended-public nieeting'was held on SIlturday at the Mechanics' In stitute, Rosedale, tJ consider the ad visability of dividing the l?oseaile Riding into two portions'to be known as the Longford and Rosedale ridin'gs. Mr Cansirk, who was the convener of .tile meeting, having explained its ob jects, vacated the chair, stating that he had no sympathy with.the movement. Mr S R Daweeon was voted to the chair. Mr J. W. Simmons then addressed thd meetinig, aid in atforcible manner advocated the division of the present riding into two equal port'ons pointing out that if the two chainiroad :hbtweef the parishes of Holey Plains anc} Coolungoolun, was taken as the divid. ing line, it would nearly. equalise the voting power and the income. Hd then moved, That in the opinion of this meeting the Rosedale Riding should be divided into 'two' ridings'. equitablj; as ndat as possible with 're gard to number: of ratepayers and value of property. Mr T. Feely seco...

SHIRE OF TRARALGON. Wednesday, September 10th, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 September 1884

SHIRE OF TRARLO\. Wednesday, September 10th, 18S1 Present : President Firmin al Crs Bodycomb, Breed, Kelleher, pe. terkin, and Campbell. Minutes. The minutes of the previous o ing were read and conlirmed. Correspondence from last lonth. From a ntinmtle? q ratep at Mirboo, request ing h opeoniaho; a road from Mr H. A. R. ýlacon',t i lection, Mirbon, to the town knowna Twelve-Mile.-Held over, The Poundkeepeer' letter was ie ceived. No action was taken. From Thos. Stuckey, M~orwllj, i, ing for compensation.for dmonge donl to waggon through'bad culvert nu, NMorwell river. Secretary to write further particulars. From Josephl Fitigibbon, seelk,, thle Council's immediate dealin' itc the road mentioned' by him nt I; meeting. From R. Liddiard, Frarlr i n,e lel attention to Mr \iddis renmoving &c., from his private properey.n ceived. The letter from Mlr Clarke cr ceived, Mr Bodycocmb showino et the deviation of road asked woouje beneficial. Core espondrnce. From Rosedale Shire Com cil...

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

SPEC~lALT . DRAW ON NATURE-She compels you to honor the acceptance. TI IITY years since, aben Dn. SMIT a irsOt nom I rencod practice here, it was thought by medical men, that to bt a Specialist was derogatory to tile professiral man, but this, like most other innova tions i scierntific and ty mtters, as found rather to aid than tobe "itcra dig' to that profession wherein the speciality was practised. Lallemand and ISicord, in france, and Actoc, in England, were for many rears cried dawn by their medical brethren. Sow and for many past years they have been looked up to and quoted by every man who tretends to have any knowledge of the particular branch of tie profes sion witoil these gentlemen specialty devoted them selves to. It was ti saonile waith Erasmus Wilson, the ' Skio Doctor," recently knightcd by Hler Majesty. Tears since, it wras the same rtll Da. LL.Lot StIotII, of telbourne, twho practiced tas did Lallemand and liOcord) as aspecialiot. In nl eases of diseases and toabits ...

Latest Intelligence Thursday evening. London, Sept. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 September 1884

a atest Intelligence s By Electric Telegraph. (From our own correspondent.) Thursday evening. London, Sept. 10. Itis now authuritisely annou,.ced that Earl Dufferia will succeed the Marquis of Rip ,n as Governor-Gene ral and Viceroy of India. Cairo, Sept. 10. The Earl sf Northorook delivere, his credentials to-day to His Highness the Khedive, whose reception was of the most cordial character. Rome, Sept. 10. A further increase of 200 cases of cholera has occurred at Naples during the past 24 hours, 800 cases in all bay ing seen reported; thile toe deaths from the disease to-day number 300. Colombo, Sept. 10. The Pesiosalar and Steam Naviga tion Company R.IM.S. Peshawar riom Melbourne, August, arrived here on the 31st, via Aien. Tue same com pany's R.M.S. Catha left this aft-rnoon for Albany, King George's Sound, with London mails to 22nd August. Ballarat, (This day) His Excellency Sir Henry Loch ar rived here by special train at about noon, and had a most enthusiastic re ception. He...

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

TILE GAZETTE. -o 1 Po.t-office has been opened at enuMrra, via Morw'ell, and the name aide Narracan West Post-office has tei al*ered to Thorpdale. The following have been appointed L ,naing Magistrates.-Traralgon, R. 6." M.ri on and R. Youn; Toongab I, John Buntine and R Mackay ; iL-dale, J. Sykes and T. Willis; Mce, LW. Brooke, and S. Vary: Morwell, .VIry and J. Tinker; Maffra, J. 1..iams and D. Manson; Walhalla, .lhFrker and J. H. Langhorn; -ale T .Car: oil and John Little; Warra -.i C. Sargeant and W. D. Garside; Aibnrton and Tarram Yatram, E. S]d, and ? . J. Lear. ls-ue of New licenses approved. JoLhn Itli, Oa,Mirbr o ; C. W. Boul Un, I:. Stratford ; E. Crinnigan, 2?a T-i· ; Jas. Cahill, 18a Ir 33p, Yin' r-r: Jan. Cooper, 13a, Sale; George t,:,n se., 20a, Glenmaggie; Levi 2i0ar, r0a, Yinnar; Edwin Larkin, -! Jer.lin,; Chas. Faulkner, 7Sa T Yana; Wm. Whittles, 26s, Tan 'Wm. Riggall,. ?07a, Narrabuk ; .Cotter, 23s, Tarram Yarram ; G. ndill, I51I , .Wlshpool ; E. Ferrs~ 311x, Toora...

AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884

AMERICAN ITEMS. ---o--- New York rents are 15 per cent lower thn last year. A citiz-n of New Oilcars is making a fortune selling iced tea. BIoston has 3s6 electric lights on her str.e s and squares burning ,at the city's expense. W\asington parents are excited be cause their girls are having theiuitjals of ,heir lovers pricked into their skin with India ink. A negro farmer of Fredericksburg, Va., set fire to his stubble a few days ego, and was ahnoet frightened. to' death at a number of terrific explos ions which fo lowed. Eleven old bombshells, which had lain there for 20 %ears, had exploded. The apple-tree worm is making great ravages in Easterti New York, and people walk in the middle of the road to avoid being covered by the pests droppiog from the trees. Some residents had to sweep the worms frout the outsice of their dwellings to ke. p them from creeping in the open windows. i An unkcnown insect is said to be ruini.ig lthe strawbcrry farms at Staten islanc. It is a small black...

Parliament. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884

Parlamen Tbe i' ý LL 1 T: ,Lr 't :T iirtd T,= rlL2 :;3 ru:Th.L1 wTJ::1Ulp .n therrn 2bn - ebS - ' n -th ireb mefle from bZ'n 21 LsDz =n - Tlr - T-2:11= scid ri Of :he be'L{I tfl %= 2711{I;;1 le ilC= n _iL -c ie- i51 ti MI~i i R. -':: jenbi I ~ fb W a -mze ' :1 Lt -n'. ~lic betie t LbE c mice The :=de nc eiea cm i~-e T'Ii:K m Pm?·;L W: Pyle·- l 71.:Iii ' d -rej i.:5o le et i men ±= S Lid 1" ri A eci in i_;s cLi ;be ___mi d-k rIc rh anh rvm.l -;re ollee :1: 1 r.1 L.. - 1t sim c lien ýnriE s. 'eat" 't; irbb -.^?n aemibe iii e n It- J ca'en bzscr; li:t fl""'·; ~ilT L ]f of the l LOieln eerton cuedcc her estirs end I dI h I Lnc -wu· ,3 ýw_ I:uid. fi! : 1Tc-CL onion c S j '_ the lend nu Qua Able far a o=.idi n n't 't-"" c1es" 1"m"' "raW 'z~i~rivce) ""te rii `riIl The rm'innceemn e r seemer ::" n.ezueri' oi tr b:-r _S~L cd e~t Eons-r

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT Saturday September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884

OIPPSLSND STOCK REPORT .---o-- Saturday September G. -lessrs. J. Wishart and Co. reporF.-Fat Cattle.-Competition good for anything like prime beef ; the class yarded this week were chiefly good and mcdium. The Sale borough anl?s well sjuppllied on Saturlday, prices nrled for fat and stores about the same as at Mafifra. Fat Sheep.-Crossbreds. 12s id to 14s; mer inos. lt i;d to 11s Gd. HlorLes.--Demand good for Indians of the right sort and age. We quote-Indians, £15 to £25; 'bus sorts, £12 to £15; medium draught, £18S to £20; lheo-vy draughts £28 to £410, accotdling to quality, .Jis.--Demand good at last week's tquotation-.

HIDDEN TREASURE G.M. CO. Bairnsdale, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884

HflX. TXF LS.ER -G2-,L CMO. BE=n=dale, Thnrrar. The niaam TreLanre GIL Co'' balers css ac sthi~y sartE , abutt ors bom hag prsent jinrluding re me t frntS~u ' 3rg u"_ er- . cnr: e rsa n d b : s l ppe e The in Stay and beTera si 5.5p1 t and. G} tI"7Rf 'CODI~lenO° a rty iT~lrý].In 1·pp-enmdid i5; Mr a M. Berr&, Atr.tTn&. Mue ttthe S'ir~oi Refw Th di a o Satnrdaj from broncirs At the :anne mwettin'g of tbe!] bourse Criitkt Cu the ecommit.e Wrte LU boraed to horrOr VLOoDD to £t flOW crua Fter&d -

Latest Intelligence Thursday evening. Cairo, Sept. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884

Latest Intelligence 3( 1n y tcr ow n erra h n-i inevennbed e iri-nij nbeE in Gi I S01 ' in ai'e sCcsat r large iiroe of hw* --e ed in HL dn-inn' ideos ao:n T d SrdnCer, rTh0 deT.) T toi ok 75 Pt r3t win9 trhf whati -nifato the p0 seE0n2 o1 n' =aide tnnwn. Tile 3'.ith C Eorat. 01t1 L CWn tinned no-day. The CJ re'pco0eo oen&ldd tis oidenoe, LLtd tbhe win Earea tl3 toe a e.ev CTro. ensnor by !it PIurese, 'l resale o0 wbhien won to k.OfDflnT ehtl is tl ~t o0T. Dr 3r louse seoee ropertmog the siinnn'-Sai Pule Se T i Pdra .nso tne woond-d : ie pTcgreeern Tern lkTriliira So- i2 perde'tlw i'"Exle end freqn uemy ex"eased ae 0e teio boadyAd Berer bieoe i2 i in Bored, 0 ± E nTl s r i 2 C 0 0 0 Or " ; t o w n-Th a t ýLý_ ni rieah is now in.lull idtcn

LIST OF COURTS. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884

LIST OF COURTS. OCTOBER. PoLICE COURTs- Rosedale, on Wednesday, 1st, at 11 a.m. Toongabbie, on Thursdey, 2ndat 11 a.m. Summonses issued at Toongabbie, Thursday 25th Sept. from arrival of train to 4.30 p.m. :EPTEMBE R. Traralgon, on Thursday, 11lth and 25th, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on Fridays, 5th and 19th. lMo,' on Saturday, 20th, at 10 a.m.; Warden's Court, same date, at 9 a.m.; summonses issued on Saturday. 13th. Summonses for all above courts issued at Rosedale every Monday.

MISCELLANEOUS. London, Sept. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884

MISCLLANXBUUS. --0--3 Lordon, Sept 14. It i eported tent tbe Brishe Gc rV=ment L'- wflhg to recogise the crreation by France of the Islend of P.Eiteaia, in the iendly rrounp, the i.ght to wini has been in ~icpute between the ttwo Gorermmen s, on o3n dition tht Frence vii sorrendet to EnglEnd the I dof eops. Lndon, Se?t., I-. News hs bneen re ved om Sr-in stating tat the Arb inotrgentse nnder Osrean DignA here repnlse cm tLrcl:k made upon tee by the netires who are friendly to the BE-pti? n Govem ment. Lndon , Sept 12. Mr iJmes Anthony Pronde, hne rel-bnown hisetriEn, has denhitely e ,ided to tiit the e&streli? n colonies. Ee walel lete enrland in Tovember. London, Sept. 13. Her MEjesty's si-ew coreSte ala mond, 12 guns, hs been reom" iEid ned for a fnrer term of ersie on the Austteiecn narl sation. London, Sept. 13. The Admiralrt has speleted tbe gnboaet Pimsh, one of the two brit for the Qosensland Government by W:. Arsn-rong End Co., eand enthed in Msd-, or- the snvey of t...

Sunday Services, CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884

Sunday Services, -0 CIIURCII OF ENGLAND. Rev. J. I. Walker, at Hazelwood ... ... 11 a.m. North Hazelwood ... 1'30 p.m. Morwell .. 3. Traralgon ... ... ... 7 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCII. Re,. J. . Wilson, at .yaralgon .. 11 a.m. 1yn7's Creek ... 3 p.m (Collection infirm pilnisters' fund.) Rosedale ... p:m. WESLEYAN CIIURCII. Rev. F.A. Herman at Toongabbie ... 11 a.m. Eaglehawk "' 2.30 pm. Taralgon 7

European News. THE FRANCO-CHINESE DIFFICULTY. London, Sept. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884

European News. - (frwn the "Argue?) ITE FEASCO-CFI2NESE DIFFI CELT1T. Lmndon, Sept. 14. I. rr, h e F rea hPre ie , ststs that Cina has not yet declared war egtinst Francs The )eset news from China states that the French fseet has left Port Mthieson, where itpnt in .tafreraring Foochow. Adadir Peyron, the FIrneb lM^i tr of Matine Efd the CDnies, does nor expect that drishe operations will be sdertthen for 10 days. London, Sept., 14. Inteirgense has jusc been 2civ.ed that a Britieh ressel has been again 5.red ron by one of the foi on the River ian. 612,~S~~ 3~i-5 if~~~

TRARALGON PRODUCE. Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884

TI:ARAtLGON IRODUCE. Thursday afternoon. W. T. Blettesot reports-Oats 2s lid to 3s Id; peas 3s to 3s 3d; potatoes £3 per ton; cheese tId to td; butter lid to Is lo ; eggs 7d to Sd per doz.; bacon Pd to id ; whact (nole ofcering) So 3d to 3s 7d; barley, feed, tS lid to 3:s d. -n

TRARALGON MARKETS. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884

TRARAL.GON M IKETS.. Monday. English, Little, and Co. report:---Store Cattle.--A good many yarded, bidding dull, and Inlguid throughout. We cleared every thing except one small lot 4 yr bullocks, £4 1s, to £3 3d ; 2 to 3 yrs steers, £3 Os to £3 17s; forward conditioned cows £5 2s Gd. Messrs A. 31"Lean and Co. report :-We yarded close on 400 head; biddings on the whole were throughout considcrably duller than uslual. whtich might in some degree be accounted for b0 rougllhness and severity of the reather. We \.sold'several' pens'of fat lbullocks at from £8 to £8 12s 6d ; fat cows at frowm £4 7is 6d to £3 12s rid; steers from 18 mo,ths to 3 years old, £2 to £410s ; store cows, from £2 l0s, £2 1is, to £3 12s; spriss gets from £3 13s to £4 Its. We sold pri vately duringt the week 70 good ' tore cows at £1. We alsno have to report laving sold privately 1r Smith's estate at Flytn's Creek of 451 acres at a very satisfactory figure to vendor.

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