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Tuesday, Sept. 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884
Tuesday, Sept. 16th. Roach cross-examined- by 5lr ' 'Ke'an, continued. l He grazed` them iat Callignoe- occasionally. s" He' was sober the day the day the sheep were inlTraralgon. Mr Breed was present, Tlefe heep'did' nott get boxed w:th Breed's. He would swear that he got da crack with a stick on the back. He f drove the sheep home that night..; Mrs Frietag did not engage a man to take the sheep home. lir Breed took sixof. d the sheep, and the rest were sent home. He indentified the skin no5w produced t as that of Mr Boyd,s ewe. The careases of the sheep were bruised. James Boyd, the plaintiff,recollected' e the 25th July. He went part of the t way with the last witness on that day with 1500 sheeep. He heard of him next that evening about sundown. He was then perfectly sober. They took the sheep back, and next morning went to Traralgon to Constable Donoghue, and proceeded with him to Breed's yards. Donoghue asked Breed if lihe had any of Boyd's sheep, and he ans wered that lie migh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 September 1884
SPECIALTY. SPECIALISTS DRAW ON NATURE--She compels you to honor the acceptance. TIII RT years sinc, rwhen Dn. Silolt first conm Imenced practice hle, it was thought by medical non, that to be a Specialist was derogatory to the professioalr man, but this, like most other inoova tions is sientifino and lay matters, wau found rather to aid than tobe "iofra dig" to that profession whererin tile speiality rwas practised. Lallemand and icord, ill France, and atton, in England, were for many years cried down by thlei medical brethren. Now Rand for imany past years the havei been looked up to nao quoted by every man raro pretends to have aRy knoiledgeof te particularbranch of the profes sion which these gentlenloI specially devoted then selves to. It was tie samerwith Erasmus Wilon, th "Skil Doctor," recently knighted by ter lajeilty. Years since, it was thie same wIith DR. L. L. L ns . of Melbourne, who praeticed (as did Lalemai d and Rioord) as a specialist. In all cases of diiseaos and h...
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884
THEll GAZilETTAE. .Cndita'es for admiss;on to the niountcd police force anre rcq1irt.d to ir.sent applications . at the .Police Depot, Victori.r Barracks, o' TUesday 7 h Oct., at 10 a.il., and on lTusday 14th, rat same hour. £400 reward and a free pardoti to an nccomplice are offered by the Go vernment for inform.ton .to convlict the murd,-rer of Chin \ in Goon, in Little Bourke St., E. Melbourne. The Railway C0 mmissioners hoae made liberal concessions in the conveyl alnce of judges, exhibits, and attendants to Agrcltuhural Sows. Applications not granted .- iWm ie sen, 120a, 'Ta jil, Withlrawn; Win. Huntnr, 302a, C.,rrojur g. refused ; "j: N. Donoghue, 100;, Trara'gon, With drawn; Eugen O'Connell, 320.a, Ta - win ; Patrick IMarr n, 3a, Rosedale, abandoined; Wim. lempsey, 20a Drouin 1iest, open on 3rd October, t! 9an.m. Applications for licenses approvel John Derwent, 30a, Yariam Yarrami; John Cavell. 1So, Bra:nard Cla,k, 91a, George C. Monat, 21an, atoe; James More, 320a, irb ,o ; ...
FOOTBALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884
F001BA.LLEBS. West, h W. Baker 2 Watson, , E. ]Baker 10 MIurra. retired, '33 l ead, h E. Baker 0 Baker, A. b E. Baker 0 Shields, L W. Baker Allen. L E. Baker 0 Baird. h W. Baker 13 Whittakrs, run- out Cumran, 31., C Williams 3 Curran. I., c W. Baker 0 Thomlso, not out 0 Sundries 16 Total 83 .J-w=I lare be 0 so pCerecttd in Limerick lately that numbers have left the city. Eaichn hmner commissioner in Eng land has about 70,000 lunatics to in ispect and look afitr. There was not a single bid !fir Lord OQum,?horr 's estates in Dumphries. Ebile w leh they were put lip for auc tion at Edinburgh tIe other week. Fliar :o the value of 250,000,000 dols. is produ;ed anually by 10,000 flour mills of England. A small clique If operators on the London Stock Exchange i0l a period of five daJs netted 10,000 dols. by hatring American securitics.
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884
- COL,n?ellnce1ment was nu die last S, rdcv by the local cricketers, a rcr:.te: mnatch being played bct'we.en lice ron-foolthn li:s o:rd footballers, lV..iCL terminiated in wlha' was agreed up,,n as a draw, thl footballero,throun'h a mista:ke canst d by member of their te: ( coming on the field at a late hour, pIl:. leg tcwelte tmen. The footbalers I re c ptlained iby Mr BMurray, and th,, lolln-foto!a:g:rs by Mr I'. C. Joc-e. Tl;e. f!lloeinc iare the scrce: NON.FOOT.IA.LLEIS. Curran. J., c Mreray 11 I naker. W.. h 7tad 7 inker. 1.. 1, IR.ad . 1 Willianm, J. run out 8 C('tmpl l, run ou: 0 Williams, F., run out, 5 ,aiei, ru ot outS 31'ol(',1 st ,urra - (Gilson, st lMurray 1 Gartlter, not out ander,. h At. Bnker e Sindrie 77
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884
-o lThe err;iages on the "'e orian! rail wiay lines, ore being considerably improvid with a view to the greater comfort of the t.assengers. The hard woodein eals of *hc'seond-,las.n are to be rnshiood and trimmnd -i:h'rep cloth, and the first-claoss arriages will be upl ol-tered in haircloth for the suburb an lhle.,a d in w,,nolen cloth for up-coun ry trains, the rolors selected bein , brown and blue. The work has already been commenced, and will be carried on as rapidly as the applia ces at the Williamstown workshl ps will allow. The enamelled canvas, descri bed by Judge IIi.inbot'nam as " that abominable material canlled American leothlhr," has been tabooed by the commissioners, atl its use will hence forth be discarded altogether. Not only are tho existing carriages to be imltroved as indicated, but it has been decided that all new carriages shall be made more spacious. . The new second-c:ass carriages will be of the same type as tlh first-class now in use on the Brighton line, g...
LIST OF COURTS OCTOBER. POLICE COURTS [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884
LIST OF COURTS. OCTOBER. POLICE COURrTS Rosedale, on Wednesday, 1st, at 11 a.m. Toongabbie, on Thursday, 2nd at 11 an.m. Suammoases issuEd at Toongabbie, Thursday 25th Sept; from:n arrival of train to' 430 p.m. SEPTEMBER. Traralgon, on Thursday', 11th and 25th, at 10 a.m.; summouscs issued on Fridays, 5th and 19th. Iac, on Saturday, 20;h, at 10 a.m.; Wardell's Curt, same date, at 9 n.n.; sunnonses issued on Saturday. 13th. Summonses for all above courts issued at Rosedale every Maonday.
A VISIT TO THE HIDDEN TREASURE MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884
A VISIT TO THE IIIDDEN THEASURE MINES. --o-- The Hidden Treasure Q G.M. Co., Nieholson River, on Wednesday last was visited for the purpose of christen ing the new machinery. The mine, as many of our readers know, is ,ituated at Upper Deptiord on the Nicholson River, and is distant about 20 miles from Bairnsdale, which is the nearest town. The trip from Sale was made per steamer Tanjil, and though the weather was threatening on Tuesday, tile run to Bairusdale was pleasant cnough. The oarty consisted of the chairman ofdirectors, J. Buntine, Esq., J.P.; Mr R. Mackay, the legal mana ger ; and Messrs P. O'Brien, R. Young, Geo. Hower, and John W. Simmons; and they were met at Bairnsda:e by Messrs Potton, Tipping, Soffe, and J. A. Peterson. The union jack and blue peter when deserted floating in the breeze from the battery roof of the Hidden Treasura Co., were h tiled with delight by the weary travellers, who saw i prospect of reieffrom immediate exertion, and much needed refreshment in v...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884
M1ISCELLANEOUS. --o London, Sept. 18. The three survivors of the yacht 'Mignonette, who were last Thursday remanded by tlhe magistrates for a week on a charge of killing and onaing a boy named Parker, who accompanied them in a boat after the yacht was abandoned, were brought up again to day. The captain and the mate were com mitted'for trial, the third man being accepted as a witness for the Crown. The attempt to form a syndicate to float the Melbourne Tramways Trust loan of 500,000, has not been success ful. London, Sept. 23. In consequence of the recent disturb ances in Brussels, caused by the legis lation of the Clerical Ministry on the education question, and the hostile state of public feeling to which the policy of the Government has given rise, increased military precautions have been taken to preserve order, and thei capital is now virtually in a stateof siege. London, Sep'. 23. Her Majesty's gunboat Wasp, Com mander John Nicholls, four guns, has been wrecked off the Irish c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884
Richlard I~tackay AiND CO., Stock, Station and GENERAl COMMISSION AGENTS, -5 AGENTS FOR 'flast Estates, and Mortgagees. .hew Zealand Loan Company. National of New Zealand, Fire .- dfarine Loidon and Lancashire Fire ,Voe Zealand Accident AUCTION SA I ES condoctedanavalna tions made in any part of Gippsland. LOANS negotliated on secry description of Landed Property, Slock, and Chatlels, and ecery kind of financial agency undertakee RICAIIIRD MACKAY & CO. hold weekly sales of Horses, Catlle, Pigs, Sheep, ec., at their Traalgoen Yards crery Monday. Toongabbie yards, last Wednesday in each month. .o,n well yards, ast Jlondoao i each month Latroae yardn, second Tuesday in eceh month Charing sales-Daily. NOTE-Aceount sales proomptly rendered. 3MORWELL, MONDAY, SEPT. 29. SICIIiHARD MACKAY & CO. will sell at 1 Kellehers yards,as onsual, on above dnate 100 lenad Cattle, Store Bullocks. Cows, and steersc 10 Fat 'Cow an1d Bullocks, lHores. Pigs, etc. at the usual time. PRELIMINA...
TRARALGON MARKETS Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884
TAIIAI,3iGON M \ IstiL IrS ----o- Monday. lMeasrs. it. Mackay and Co. report for tilhe week cnding Thllusda September2I; :-At out T'ootgabbie sale on 24th, a good sappily, of store cattle forwardl, all the yardls being full. We sold bullocks to £.5 17s Gd ; heif cr to £1 10s ; steers to £3 I Ss ; cows, in ferior, to £2 10ls; springers, to £3 2s Gd ; vealers 20s. Land.--We sold during the week several towship allotments at satisfactory prices to the vendors. M?esrs A. 3E'Ieaa and Co. report :-We yarded about 250 head, there was but a men gre a:tendance of buyers, and the bidding" throughout were dull. We sold-Fat cows at from £4 1is to £10 7s td, the latter being very prime Store cows at from £2 Ts tos £3 Is Store bullocks at £3 Ills lt Store steers at from £2 3s to £2 16s Store Ieifers at from £2 3s to £3 Spring ers at from £2 1is to £3
AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884
AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN. London, Sept. 21. Later news has been received from the Soudan. Halfaia, a few miles below Khar toum, where General Gordon recently defeated the insurgents, has been occupied by Egyptian troops. Sennar, on the Blue Nile, is still safe. The Shaggieh country is tran quil. Many of the native chiefs swear that they will abandon the Mahdi. London, Sept. 22. The recent reported victories of General Gordon over the insurgents in the vicinity of Khartoum are doubted at Cairo. London, Sept. 23. In connexion with the preparations which are now being made for the de spatch of a British expedition for the relief of Khartoum, it is stated that Lord Wolsely, the British commander, will in all probability leave Cairo and proceed to the front on Sunday next, in order to direct operations. Cairo, Sept. 23. Further intelligence to hand from the Soudan states that the Mahdi, alarmed at the success recently achieved by General Gordon at Khartoum, is despatching a large body of tr...
Correspondence. NUISANCES. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884
Correspondence. --o NUISANCES. To tle Editor of the Iraralgon Record. SIR,--I cat see no movement made as yet for the reducing of those evils that are so glaringly apparent to all residents who have any sense of smell left in their nasal organs, for, though the weather has been wet and cold at times, we are still favored with ob noxious smells as soon as the sun has basked upon the earth sulliciontly to dry the ground. Not only does my sense of smell detect objectionable cdours coming from the direction of Mr Breed's slaughteryards, but in many other quarters the air is not perfect ly free from corruption. I think,l though a friend of Mr Breed,that it is a very goodsug gestion to have thils eye-(rather nose) sore removed to a more suitable distance. I would also like to see a proper drainage sys tem established in the town and a more strict supervision by the Local Board of Health. That this is necessary everyone will agree, for i-and I am sure many others also-have noticed many ins...
Parliament [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884
Parliament. ---o- Tuesday. In the Legislative Council a letter from the Supreme Court Judges was read stating their strong reluctance to giving evidence on the Legal Professions Amalgamation Bill. It was agreed that they be not requested with the exception of the Chief Justice. This Bill occupied the whole of the sitting. In answer to a question in the Legislative Assembly, Mr Service stated that the muni cipal endowment for the current year would be paid in due dourse, and not delayed. In reply to Mr Mason, Mr Deakin said that the shires of Buln Buln and Warragul had not received any votes on the estimates bccausecthey had not applied for assistance. The Land Bill is drawing near the end of its journey through the Legislative Assem bly. The miscellaneous clauses were finish ed off soon after the refreshment hour. There was considerable talk about closed roads. Clause 99 enables the Government to sell "blind roads," which cannot be a conveni ence to the public, and are not wanted by...
"To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884
" To the iditor of the "Traralgon Record." Sir Perhaps you will find space in your valu ablejournal to inquire why the Bench of magistrates, to-day, did not take prompt men sure to uphold theirdignity byiusisting upon the attendance of a witness, who being per sonally served with a subpmna to give impor tant evidence in a case of fraudulently ut tering-absolutely refused to appear. The matter has been freely conversed in the town during the evening, and unfavourable com ments made upon the circumstance. IIad the witness required been a poor devil whom nobody owned, would the same carelessness have been exhibited I ONE WHIO WOULD LIKE TO KNOW. Traralgon, Sept. 25. Last Saturday riots occurred at Castlewellnu, in Ire'and, several of the rioters being wounded by the poll e. The police barracks in the town were completely wrecked by the mob. A caseof an unusual nature canie before the Williatnmtown justices on Tuesday, when Abdhbal Ganee, a I. s car boy, belonging to the s.s. Rome was c...