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MORWELL POLICE COURT. Before A. W. Horitt, Esq., P.M., and S. Vary, Esq., J.P. Licensing Court. Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884

?MORWELL POLl- E COUET. '-3--- - Licns~ng Court W'iesfay Psarick Clrke applied f-r a pub lican's ioense for a honese situate at BDvlre. GranteL W . T. Penaluna appied for a pnb liet's licuse at -t same town-hip This applcatio? wasiitbdrawn, owing to the house not yet being duished. Chrieutsa Campbell applied for the transfer of the licnse of the iorwell Hot-?, ?orwell, om John F ? h patrich Grantei Walter ,ad applied for a egsci? temporary heusse for a store ? ?tate at Boole.re Thie apoitosio wase ibt drawa. Betoe Rogrn'S case, W=. Farrell, an inidMnai who had partran of stinmual?to t ee?ebame rathernoiyr in court and on being brught before the meaistrte was seantened to 45 bours in the Sale taot IsTapetor of licseoa premises r_ Susan, dis Sarah Birch: For ain s'itons honor without a license. Fined £25 in ef.nlt diet ess, or one mouths imi Aonment in the Sale gaol, cons, £2); al liquor to be forfihed With resses con ta"m sae in poE session of dsenfant. Toe ADEdedae confessed the had...

ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPT. 15TH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884

RO E DALE S IIIE1'0UCOUSCIl f : MONDAY, ,Sc CT. 11, Present: The prrsidadt (Cr Sit:, , and Crs iMloore, HIiant, Mleldrwu, P, derson, O'Mleara, M1Faild'].hlt Ld hI 1 win. CORRESPONDESCE. From W?m. Rollings, "Cotwar .,,, requestine the counllt to app1 to I his hotel brought under the £10l;. coing Act.-Mebthers for the di to be written to. From Win. Shea, ltoward.tde c: £12, for finding gravel at Coo,'.u tun. l10 passed. From Walter Tanter, asking fr a road to his selection, Tong B,?, Engineer to report at next inmetitg. From Middleton and Slaning, a.k ing for copies of the shirue tl, to . able them to compile the Gqp:;ld Directory. Received. From C. 11. Gales, Tuon~,i,!.i, again applying for a road to hIe r':c lion. strcenied. From Ed. Ries, Thoue.btie, L:, that he did not authorise ti ltLe i; place his name on a pettioon pi.ccl?,l to the council fur the purpose t - setting the lecisilon of the co,,ncit 1: road through slld, propertyj. lI1~vd From A. D. h1uuter, o agabbie stating that...

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

Latrobe. . '' E CO^'ýt o0 ý::_ ..A sIe "e iotEa t BSower e E at.,a Tn~eoy Ti q =t for the P= 15 Ofi C3n cztrjt dob. A ,"ood nlbs- ve-e presit, &tnMr Jktkszt Orr wos rote ito the th~ei O' !Oet or T ptresadoCt:; Mr Crowe wes eles ei same err, u& Mr 3hth eLeuret; A o3mittee w£e tiro Tnompeo0 Mower, 35gh, End : MerstLa. TheC anrne F1brhipion deride t was dre F2 is r s Mrsre owelr at On ware er, red 10 etige for ia piere o1 grona ifor theweofth enb This sors wort inn-i3e, htbnt I ibn we wt We to obuin afew arts. To cans=_ £t~mefin among the methers of the clu, M: J. Orr proTtEeea a ~r fob5T, Of the T1ake of two ataece to the be er££_re bowkfr; Mt Hower one ZA the TuJn of one ponn tat ' s to the higheeti ndiaai Srter; Mr Crowe a beT to the besr e1-ce r~ aarhetend Mr W. O'Mexar a bell to the be e rouitd fielder. A y-, ,of slts t:eente xr etrolled as members, Etd I Em Futs, fom :he areit erest tithnieihe Thlb, we will be &ithcy t-reslft1

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

STraralgon Horse Parade. On Monday last, the horse parade held by Messrs A. M'Le,a and Co., Eri lilbh,-L tie and Co., and R. Guth ridge and Co., was held, and despite the rain and tbreatena,1gappearance of the wb?ather, vas a great success, witch was partly due to the interest shown by Mr D. Campbel, he having assisted the ahucionecers greatly in arranging matters con ected tterewith. At welve o'clock the judges, Alessis Gib. sonl Harper, and Asitchell set to work to decide toe question as to the best groomed horses, for which prizes of £2 and £1 were given in each class, and Gunshot carried off first prize for draughts, with hampion of Victoria second. For thoroughbreds Marshall secoured firt prize, and Perfection second, while Pilot secured honorable mention. I-la, the weather kept fine no doubt a number of other horses would have been present, for we heard that Roya, Charlie and Lord Lyon, the property of Mr Allis, of Morwell district, were kept back owing to the state of ithe ro...

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

11iscellaiieols. -0o- Sir Henry Loch, at the banquet. given to him in Ballarat again expres sed himself very strongly in fa?or of Federation. With so many Governors as there have bten, who have all spoken in the same direction, it be comes still more apparent that the Federation of Austrailasia is locked upon by the Imperial authorities with very much favor. Of late years ther. has not been a single representative of lier Masjesty who has not urged-in more or less direct and forcible terms Federation. Sir Ienry Loch added to the list by using words which clearly pointed to a Federal Council of thie Empire, in which Australasia would bear a part when lie said that Federa tion would enable us to carry out measures a single colony could not undertake,, and to speak " with ,i unite d voice in the political arena of the world?' Mr J. T. Mellor, of the firm ofMlellor Bror., South Australia agriculturalim plement makers, waited upon the pre mier and the Minister of Agriculture to bring und...

AGRICULTURAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884

A(GRIUULTURAL NOTES Dairy Hints.-Sonmo milk producers object to turnips and other roots as a ration for dairy cows on the ground that they taint the butter.. This ,is true, if fed in large quantities. But these same men will al ow their cows to drink all summer out of filthy, slow running brooks, or muddy sloughs, or clay-laden streams. No one likes, a turnip flavor in buter, but it is not so bad as that of the stable or foul brook. As S7 per cent of mi:k is water, and and that water is taken out of the sys tem of the, cow with her food and drink, it is apparent that pure drinking water is as desirable as good food. Next to plenty of good pasture during -tha. net three mouths is plenty 'of pure fresh wate', and every dairy fiar tter who has no spring which supplies his pasture should provide a well, and if possible a windmill, if the well: be deep. It is not advisable to give grain during the flush grass period, but as soon as drought aInd dry pastures begin to lessen thel flow of m...

SALE COUNTY COURT. Monday, July, 15th. (Before His Honor Judge Hickman Molesworth.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884

SALE COUNTY COURT. --0 Monday, July, 16th. (Before Tip Honor Judge Hickman Molrs orth.) J. Bailey v. H. Luke.-Mr Bushe appeared for the complainant, and Mr Patten for the defence. Claim for £25 damages for an alleged assault, com mtited at the Cunninghamestreet baths on the 26th pro. This was an ad journed case from the previous day, in order to allow Mr Bushe to enter a count for trespnss, verdict for plaintiff for £10 with £3 4s costs. Boyd v. Breed.--laim for £75, damages. R. Roach deposed that on 25th July he sta:ted with a lot of 1500 sheep, and passing through Traralgos, and was stopping near M'Lean's yards, when Mr Breed and his men came and roun ded up the sheep, and said they were going to take them to M'Lean's yards. Mr Breed said "Keep off your dog:' and I got a crack on the back with a stick. Breed caught a crossbred sheep, and I said that it was not his, but they caught four more sheep. He got six sheep out, and then they told me I could go. I said that I would tell Mr ...

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

''THE GAZETTE. -o Adam Johnston and Co.'s tender for the supply of redeum sleepers, at Sale railway station, has been accepted for £859:7 3d. The fol:owin?g' appoirti tmnts hivoe been g ze, ted :--D. M'C. Munro to be temporarily, Warden's Clerk to the Gippsland Minirig Board, and District Mining Registrar for the Mining dis trict of Gippland," vice''lR J. Borrowes transferred. E. Rice, 'as Deputy Registrar of Births and Deaths: at Cowwar.. * Applications for licenses approved: -Everett Lumb, 317a, Allambee East; Walter Benn, 320a, Mirboo South; Wm: Ireland, 200a, Welshpool' Alim'a Howard, 320a'. and Charles 0:Connor, 46 acres at Willung.; Michael Mooney, 100a, Yerung ;. Alfred Whblley, 71a; Traralgon. ,Leases Transferred :-Robert Henry to Annie Maria Henry, N.S.W., 80a 1r 26p, Maryvale; Victorian Railway CJmmissioaers to Rosedale Shire, lr 18p, 1 ooneabbie South ;Janet Fraser to R. O. TimmP, 315a lr 30p, 315a lr 3p, and 310a 3r 21p, at Poowong; Charles Ellis to C. W. Howlett, 120a, ...

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

FIELD AND GARDEN. -o- KInTcssE, GARDEN.-Platasparague ao soon as the buds begin to push. Sow Irench beans, rlhulbarb, esuar ?n;ze, celery, leeks, basil, marjoram, cucumbers, melons, marrows, and pumpkins in the open air : also succes sional crops of common veget.blee. Thin and stop the shoots of melons and cucumbers in framue. Finish the transplanting of onions. ` THE FIELD.-As soon as the man gold and beet crops come up, the horee hoe should be set going Singline ow should not be taken in hand too soon in case of grubs. The roors should be not Ikss thon hall en inch in diameter before being touched. From 15 to 18 inches is t' e ordinary singling for man. go:d.. Potato culture will require at tention in the majority of potatt-grow ing districts this month, also chicory. carrots, peas. Preparation should be made for sowing maize as a fodder crop; for summer feed. Flax should be sown this month in well-tilled soil. OnCIeARD AND VINEYAan-Plant oranges, lemons, loquats, guavas, pab sion...

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

xeCe3ti Ii rtrxe Txaxuk'on. Saturday, 27t~i September, LADY COURT MdIINSTRELS BTefl new. Toongazbbie, onday net,' .o-sedale. 5T3^ay~ 26 Io efl, - Monday 29 Aonfl PrinýeL 7W. A. g B%\SCOO3Ei esL S IBI OF-Q . tARAI43O - T . 1. - rte , In sir CC r.3.` 1s, 155? ýns ag'rilassi,,ci GEO). O(4MIffTTI ý' TE D Ln Spy rý e z a :? e t aly-3iIL'ES. TOOBr I Eilt-S DMPO1JNDED AT TRE9E-L6ON I ::3 and neze otezo tcpP · L. D' Lod ezo; 3 ii: or n. dik. 2 Ltlwt Otio i 3 lt 1f ao tlkiltlid rral n-iI riobsod on tiltu itl Snmbia. .1 JAS DUNBAR, Poifkoarpr 7ltT GON~ FXITTTE QUADRILLE ASS«'l9BL-Y. THEE n- assembly is hzlaTid ablT pcsIpin" from 3rd 10-11 Ortobor. Bj or-.r oCur IL Cimnintio, J. A. MEOWBPRAT, Hon. Sat TBF-LGOSN. ?fi air Qn&drib e Assembly. oTLthe ro=t -Ottd aei ;D be i) :niotci tilz nion toift £ no-n. ? tir c be o rn riattkOn Ult oitn LTnttnil itt i cot n of Dot E 1oininna IT 11L.n 3Todra .o aowaa :. Si.S. b£2D. LO0T torn Innineon Onif nat __ POO E DDO ia.. 'iite rot r., ,oi to. til t:...

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

Traxalgon Football Club Diet:r. o Wednesdny `ra tae Sbore ecei. wcceml t o & -rcne waes fell s01cm 'eT a as Most EibSt en' thti. e eni zo bnore er ine it tie most eutooc=15 o~em h031 it To2lm. This Teas deooided nto n s meenes mit tmjor s T. :Aenexm o nemnn e =e.`r O nr Ino U1iint.: the tean t eas n come osnoS. The thitmom, na·Ci":n to able p ra~m- I. Mclean. Es], t iae - mon. ots( . ton, o The done .,f tae rato inT-eL -tea a7-rated vie s=T· ae l^ ra eoro -in tee eind sen.:r that owm tonies m";sr cflle may on Sonranmt bnotheab coed t im erofh r atoni and de ned 15r Mw'e yT treemc t he oni on ice 2AL0 M~ I'wonbe nice ti-doo flO ?~h~ OcfKeic toOt~ onilt '~c.0000 :L-M83 as ba~ r ,rr nd iL '.e3those p m s (close mp'in 1$ i ;eooe omid 2I ni g Tcrtn sam c os Tioe.i tnS ther tombs), dr o jneatie to toe ice's oac-le semend ?sit dome to theam, enot tin c b on ic 51se respconded t. The mbie, fec-heS sith m iS w'-A tastefeflv lrid iti tiTe Se. donorr.noet on W01 and tie estimate ti'mn ...

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

MELBOURNE MARKETi: -o Wednesday. 3loesrs IRichard Gibson and Co. report : Fat C(attle.-1300 yarded including some cxtra prime drafts fron the Western district. Owing to recent high prices, the consumption of beef has slackened considerably, conse quently tie above number proved in excess of requirements, and prices fell 20s per head. We sold sundry smalllots. including llobson's Yarrinm rbullocks, averaging :i12 Si Gd : De voushire's averaging £. 17s tld. Fat Sheep. --1200 penned ; sales ruled brisk at fully late rates. Best merino wetlhers, ls to 18s; ditto. shorn.11 s; best crossbreds, 20s to 23s. We sold 2500. 1essrs. A. MILcanr and Co. report:-Fat Cattlc.--1320 diatri for. Prices fell from 15s to 2O5. We sold 22 bullocks from Wood side to £.C 2s'd4. averaging £8 Ss; 19 for M31 Jas. Buckley tolSguineas ; 10 for Ir W. iBuckley at £7 15s; 10 for Mr Rodman at £t1 12s id:; 12 cows for Mer Daniel at £5 is di. anid calves to £2 13s. Messrs Wim. Adamson and Co. report: Whcat.-We quote t...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 1884. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884

-- (Published every Friday mo:ning.) FRIDAY SEPTEM[BER 19, 1884. NEWS AND NOTES. -:o: The preliminary arrangements for the formation of a .Rifle Club in the township are now completed A sup. ply of Enfield rifles and ammunl;-.. ?sve been received from Go'..iment, a steel target ordered, aen an influen tial commnitiie Ippointed. It only now remains for the young men of the town and district to come forward and enrol themselves as members, as they are invited to do in an alvertisement elsewhere. The entrance fee and an nual subscription together only amount to the small sum of ten shillings. We hope to see this new institution become a success. To-morrow week, the Lady Court Minstrels, that versatile troupe of variety artistes, who were so well re ceived a short time ago, will make their reappearance at the Mechanics' Hall, when an entirely new programme will be submitted. In addition to the for mer members the company is to be further strengthened by Mr Wilford Branscembe, who in Gip...

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

Traual~gon South. (From o r mwn correooneaem.) Th~redar. Dootog the pEst lea- rteLee F IT *onkflitV ain hue oelhn on the )os.Th-r, end not befort ii we -rnt1ed. IS =ap i plaes, pitrfjlS er t~iDSe 1.t1 sown, were e=i no to eT~ from 5001 01~i rt01Z*" hoi~~Se hi51 flOWh want; Of Djlenee ; these TFill now beh r-etord3. I beleve Connolior CoempheeOf lete bLediz, as .a rep o-po e of the I-LraiLrhD fr S eare fiO o m b0rn :appretoe3e be moo f the ratepayier. 'im: o~~t Raiino e inehin beoee I her SemoEt z~ThO be oDem.1 ienai OACL e .Z afl PJ izzefi1 in at neo - p~cEile in hiF ecce= tnc ·otanct for -;Dm e Time 1151 thalt wold be ai~jnr .D FOL.2st t there m11 be`o'lmthod SInis es 1'Tfl hDWr. I osr that '-'- 1T EL= theodL aCne moti to tenets th e e andenrI e 3 lsog repasee. fn h m a1 a shire c Docil zr-a pro blemtime lonr etiIt troe-. Some of "tb parents baring th5]dre era ed --S theTr-em/hn Sozrb St e school to~emplate appll g to the Efflmcilt dens-mflZ, trough Chair Local hoErd if AdriNo, to ...

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

Iichard Mtlackay, AND CO., Stock, Station and GENE1RAL CO31MISSION AGENTS, -0 .sOuNis FOn 'lrust Eslates, and 1/ortlgagees. Year Zea'and Loan Company. National of ewto Zealand, Fire :j Marine London and Lancashire Fire Sew nZealand Accident , AUCTION So hES conductedansa?lua tions made in any part of Gippsland. LOANS ,egoa'eild on every description of Landed P'roperty, Stock, and Chatlels, and every kind J fiJnaacial agency lndertake n IClHARI.I) 3MACKAY & CO. hold weekly sales of Horses, Cattle, Pigs, Sheep, .ýc., at their 2'raelyoan lards derery Monday. Toonyabbic yardls, last It'idaesday in each month. 31orleell yards, ast Mlonday in each month Latrobe yards, second Tuesday in each month Clearing sales-Daily. IoTE--Acconllt sales promptly rendered. TJAIL;LLGON, MONDAY, Serl. 22 IICIIAIi) 3IACKAY tk CO. will sell at their yardn, as Iuial, on above date 20 hIead .lixed Cattle 1a Steers and (alves 11 r-e., 'Pips. etc. 1 set Double Harness in first rate order. TOONGABBIll', W...

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

Comnmeraial IHotel, TOONGABBIE. OMMIERCIUAL Triel'ere & otbetz Cc alwryO he accomtr.odated wihit e.ither Single or Double (:eonveanceo. Saddle Itetnes on hand. JAMfES SHEPHERD Peoronaneo, R. ~EiBR D, family Butcher, Kaye Street, Traralgon. None ;,;; the best etalitr of esat kept. Small (iode `raeh ercry day. Charoen mod'rte. C. E. W. Jones, Franklin Street, TRARALGON. IPACTICAL WATCH & CL.OCK MAKER.a J Silreretnitltnn ttiJeweller, +Optaician and- Sewi g l Machinist. ((al...,ý. C::;ra,"_ Ptiataalitx. an Good Para.: e a,,d dteabrehIo' ,-!aired on the Ar titic I'iteecet'aprlt. JtI r reesld fror Less s i. nd now in :~!. Oliva~r Golifrc'y', +"te" theaes 4"in fies of ap) , ei Ili",, Linelr his ,:... , i.;ra at the t na (a rc ;, narIT axO) ra twtjagd. aIll. ·· r pi o p w-;ci,; J, of artisilr ab·1 .t ".r '., an"ry ('1 C.II;Lld in. Gi~S y';, a~raat 1, t~ ata an eatlt F. ColRNEIL, '-er" terev (next to Lateord's), SL-~ ll. E. TL elbdden, Tebaccoraaet, eed KSEI.LbI, SATI]ONER, a...

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

flORWELL. e.D6;.em oornrred H fe & re t~ I a cntfl' g, wen mwisen i etrtb 1 ben-r io · f o;e :5E btitO f two of the 3in. Lp eseon the lus ocf td s Wo K Tt i t h enmL e n th o T m e L nd i n e SI I thZ er6-'DIt pmerFiro, for ite meter ecotren their mos r a S onfo Inirix ir ou hr zeorro to nMo sfLe s nent 3 for the m5elt e h j~Cirners. In 5&3neg~Th 001rt22o. CI ni tn- p-II at-ncr tne-or lb oro Oaz L Mthe? nhrl f th Morwedi1713e wD. h Mroonod wI7-.eI3 Th~ey LI banTd, i on berg re tibd itt wee b osod that Pope vl-'en had )anI tne me3n fia i± ^ edi&.ly zangetin a llrffreil and Dz ý' Hc~e~o f,,rranern~ie;7J t htnd :tB;! :3dtt-',ýizfJr~d.. in Re e' bn 1r bni e ikb tL~enýwjr gre oe g T Totr rs1Jlj towra3j nror _;. On _Monnar , hre 91 Jnent mber, we are 10 har a grand bore pdeara de 1r L Thnooni hae reoe'red nLtiT promise=1 Of poTt, boon Tiara 0fl of loiine, znd ifrn aejden4s and9 * 0o.` le 1b]O ±0 I oo riesg for brgtroomed boreee, and, in 'oh probl2IMj/ O for; ihe se...

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PLYNN'S CREEK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884

FLhNO'S CREEK. (eoo~r urz ows ocr i aý_SýT' r Dig h-e pst week we haer had almost aU sorts of weather. The midcle ofuwer Wi&-E we ld a fail of snow to the depth of sTerel iflbee, antice ssn 1t for sonme f the Toone Tee.ple to enoo the time hono^ree game of tncwbtiuat_. Te Ras sn enor e3 9~ Tart w3ons~ sowers, R-hjý hare siEta Otte teto I~M 3noe Wm- m. arTS fronty riht, the latter cEsting the Sring eowth of grase. Wild and hj-fhred doge sre still orotife a sourne of oonble to farmers and:!ib owneri Hars, too, ere to 0'. trstne tv_ Seen, sli'hongh not let Tesr. nom ne. Jet I have heard of sereral cas to whi r thet hare rolhted 4rt- tasEand orthards, mad' damaged ,herio trees br snrt''g of ohs thah. Leer bonder, I naid a toen t.o toUr owor, for the pnrpose -of Ti5bf ps ores tiarode, anno rnod to be Lei? :here on that far. O0 eoure ton are WLt'e thrt the tliar of the weather ALe nett 10 £ t mibl L2 X not-, and marred the olsaore, or the show con srd'rahl=. I mrut ettie thst the ...

The Division of the Traralgon Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884

The Division; of 'the Traral H gon Shire. --0 A meeting of the committee chasrn to defile the boundaries for three ridings for the proposed division of the above sh.re was held at the Shire Hall, on Monday at noon. Present :--Mr J. . Hagan. in the chair,, and Messrs Duncan, ;Shaw, Crinaigan, 'Sligh Clalrke, Quigliy, Marshali, and'lalker. The following resolutions wero passed, and constituted. the. business of the meeting: Moved by AIr Crinnigan, seconded lby Mr Marshall, That the minutes of the lastmeetipg as read be confirmed. Carried. Moved by Mr Crinnigan, seconded by Mr Quigle;, Tlat the chairsman ?e empowered to have a petition drawn a petition drawn up to be presented to the Governor-in-Council, praying that the shire may be subdivided into three ridings, and according to the hnes set forth in the resolution. Carried. Moved by Mr Walker, seconded by iMr Quigley, That the chairman for ward the petition to the proper authbrities, ?, that the wishes of the ratepayers might be car...

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