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MULTUM IN PARVO [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884

UYILTUM IN PARVO. --o It is anticipated that from £140 to £150 will remain to be divded between the Gippsland Hospital and the Friendly Societies from the Gala at Sale last week. Tenders are wanted for making and burning40,000 bricks at St. Mark's par sonage, Rosedale. A verdict of guilty has been returned against Wim. O'Brien for the murder of Peter lY'Ainsh. The sentence has been respited, pending the decision of the fall Court on questions of law. At a special meeting on Tuesday af ternoon, the V.R C. decided that 6 stone shall be the minimum weight for any horee in a handicap race. Last Saturday Mr Service received n telegram from Mn r Colton, Premier of South Australia, intimating that the agent-general of that colony has been instructed to act with the other agents-grnerdl in any new representa tions to Lord Derby on the annexation question which may be decided upon by the Australasian Government. An electric launch name]I the Aus tralia has made a successful trial tr:p on the...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884

BAZAAR. TO BE HELD IN THE Mechanics' Institute, Traralgon, SATURDAY, 4th October, AND MIONDAY 6th October. MOONLIGHT I Supplement to the "Traralgon Record."

MORWELL [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884

MORWELL. -- Wednesday. We are to have a grand horse pIarade on Monday, stallions' owners from various parts having promised to patronise us. The selection of judges, and the number of prizes, beyond the two first of £2 each for the two best groomed hcres', draught and thorough bred, have not yet blen decided upon, on account of the promoters expecting to receive donations at th last moment from a number of their known suppor ters. It is expected that various other prizes wit be given, and I hope the show will turn out to be as good as we all desire to see it. Last Thursday evening we opened proceedings in our new Debating society, and had a very satisfactory ereeting, a good number of our young men placing their names upon the 'numoers' roll, as well as several of more mature years This is an asso ciation lhat I hope to see prosper, for it will be the means of doing a large amount of good and giving an oppor tunity to many to improve in public speaking. Thursday is the night that ha...

AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884

- 1MRXItIANr ITE MS:. There. are three churches in Naples sliire lib gEispel i preauched in En lisp, viz.,-the--Church of England clhapel, the P1irebteriau, chapel, and thd Wesleyan chapel. The 'lretich t\oiister of the Interimd has:issiacd a dicred forbiddiing bull fights Duisgustilg se;.es' of cruelty, have r. cently beeu witnessed at bull fights in' varsious arts of Fiance. 'Boetel, the new co-cab-drivei tenor of Il1imburg, is reccising ithe.unprece; rented slaryl (Ltr a young artist in Gerniany) of 375 dols. a n:ght at Keoll's Thelitrc,'in tlie Tlliergarten, Berlin. The project'to erect a rihiitlm:nt to Viactor Eni'tiafiiel ili, the Pantlhqbe, at Rome, hatsb ti albandouned. The anti.; erical leadsin deniouilce theabandon ient as a soirrerider to the Vatican. The consumption of beer iti Italy is groliiig to 'etdrmous propo tioia,h while thai of wine is yearly lessening The reacda is believed to be the heavy adul terations to which Italianu fines have been subjected . N inety-two ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884

TOWN DIRECTORY. TR!sRLGOtN-Ninety-seven nmiles from Melbourne. on tile main Gippsland lice, at the junction of tile lHeveld line. Shire Council.-President, G. Firnmin, Esq., Councillors, Messrs J. Peterkin, D. Caipbellll.Breed, Bodyconib, and Kelleher; 1 Shire ccretary and Engineer, Mr Janies Calmpbell; Treasurer, lr. II. Munro, mana. ger of Bank of Australasia; Health Oflier Dr M'Donald ; Inspector of Nu sances, Con stable DDonoghue; the Council also act as a a Local Board of Health, and meet for busi. ness on the second Wednesday in the month. at II n.m. L. w.-Police Magistrate, A. W. IIowitt, Ssq who holds courts on the fourth Thlrs day in every month, the Justices of the f Peace pesiling on the second Thursday, at 10a.m. ; Llerk of Court. and also Electoral IRegistrar. 3lr tharles Da Ye t Justices of the Peace, Messrs J. Peterkin. D)r Morrison, -IR. Youngi, W. Whitake s, It. Mackay, and t J. Sker. dBo.: or Avnrtce-Messrs. W. W. urdoch (ceorres n!e..t), If. Breed. John Barton, T....

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT Saturday September 20. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884

GIlPPSLA\ND STOCK REPORT Saturday Sepltcmber 20. English, Little, and Co. report:--Fat Cattle still sellingat extreme rates ; oursales at laffra and Sale were-llullocks £7, £7 2s ;d, £7 5s. £7;12li;d. £8. £815s ; cows. £5 10sl £5 17s Gs, £i;. £6 Is lid ; vealcrsn £1sto £1 is. Store Cattle.-Owing to the drought all sorts are casier, a good fall of rain is badly wanted. At SMaffra oni Friday we yarded about 80tI head. but mostly turned out, bid ding lot coalinlg p to owners' reserves. lullocks.. 4,1. s£4 15S to £5 5se cows £2 12s itd to £3 ts; three-year-old steers £3 ls to £4. At Sale, prices a little better than the day before. especially young stock. 1 to-2 year old steers. £1 10s to £2 !s ; i;year-old steers £4 to £4 los ; bullocks to. £5 los; cows £2 15s to £31 los. Pigs-On Saturday we yarded about 100, which sold well. Bacons £1 2Si d to £2 12s; porkers £1 Ss to £1 Is; large stores £1 5s tol £2 s ; slips 11s to 1s ; suckers Ts to os lid. Sheecp.-Good demand for fat and stores. I...

MELBOURNE MARKETS Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884

MELBOURNE MARKET.. -0 W\\ednesda. Messrs. A. A. lcatan and Co. report:-Fat Cattle.-- 120 forward. Another fall took place, of 15s to 20s on last week's rates. We sold Woodside bullocks to £10, averaging £8 t1s idl. and cows to £10 10s, averaging £7 ;T. and lluckleyc s bullocks at £9 a1s. Messls Peck. t Iudton. and Raynor report: Fat Cattle.-lll7 yardod; large proportion inferior, with a fewt primne. Small attendance and yesterday's over supply of lambs caused Sfalll in all kitds of from 15s to 20s. We sold from Gippsland. 3i IeyTlield bullock-s, culls, and 54 from others: fat calves, 110 tanled and all mtade high figures; best prime and heavy to .£i. We sold 13 from near town to £5 1s lid. ?Messrs Richard Gibson and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-1100 yarded, nearlynll infcrior to good quality. 'the demanld was slack, nod prices reduced 15s to 20s per head. We quote prime pens bullocks, £1i6s to £17; good, £12 to £13. We sold 150, including lHobson's Yarrram bullocks. Fat Sheep. 15.000 pen...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884

WVANTED.-A good general servant. Ap ply- 3Ins. CONLEY. Royal Exchange HIotel. Tramralgon. XIJANTED KNOWN-Butter, Cheese. and Bacon bought by GEO. GOLDSMITII. Storekeeper, Mirboo. WANTED.--An experienced cook. Applly Mlns. CAMPBELL, Morwell Ilotel, Morwell. IMPOUNDED AT TRAR sLGON -o By 3Mr P. Bonhomme. I Red and White Steer, notch over and under near car, W near ribs, like J in dia mond shaped mark off rump. 1 Red steer, top side otf car, cut like I'L conjoined near rump, like MW off rmup 1 red heifcr, white face and bclly, near car slit under, I.ke 01i near rump If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on the 1Sth October, 188l. JAS. DUNBAR, Pouudkeeper. Band of Hope. TIIE QUARTERLY MEETING will be held in the Mechanics' Institute, Traral goun, on TUESDAY, SEPT.30, AT 7'30 P..M. Rev. J. G. Wilson in the caair. Recitations Dialogues, Vocal and Instrumental Music. AD.nIssIoN.-FllEE. Collection to defray expenses. MOIRWELL GRAND HORSE PARADE MOsDAY, SEPT. 29 , Commencing at 11l p....

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 1884 ROADS AND TRAMWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884

-0 (Published every Friday mo ning.) FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 1884. ROADS AND TRA3I WAYS. o-0 TT:e movements of the Traralgop Shire in the matter of making main roads to other centres of population have hitherto been very feeble, its modesty, instead of them, having been maoo chiefly manifrst. To suggest comparison with Rosedale and Alber ton, and Walhalla district can only result, as yet, in our own disparage meht. The last-named borough and the Rosedale Shire have succeeded, with Government assistance, in secur ing a road through what would here be termed inaccessible country. We may, therefore, just as well as our neighbours, set about a little exploring, instead of neglecting benefits at our very doors, Everybody can under stand that the real utility of facilitating methods of transit is felt as much in its smaller as in its larger applications, in tile daily and hourly convenience so afforded, in the cheapness so establis hed, in the multitude of helps so added to daily life; and t...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884

BErGS to -iBform the. inhabitaans of ?orwelli-Hazelwood, Mirboo, . racan, etc., that in order to sapply' a long felt want in this district, he u:ls engaged A first.class DRESSMAKER, Also, A first-class Milliner, Who will be prepared to receive orders on and after Monday, September 8th, 1884, at the IRtON STORE, TarwinStreet, IMORWELL. ALLAN & CO.'S Four Gret LineS hich he no Rival in S, Four Great Lines which have no Rival in Australia. & ;LP@IL1TjAPIG ýV/Y HH~D'S , MAY l Ilk TE OEUN-B6 . Ot§ON One of tile Oldest and most Renouned Makers in Europe, rwhose costly Pianos are fit for any Drawing Room in the world. PLACED ABOVE ALL OTHERS AT THE LATE Exhibitions--r 3elbourne, & Stuttgart A BEAUTIFUL MODEL. Well and favorably known in Victoria for the last 10 years. The Grandest and Most Perfect Pianos at Medium Price, Ever seen in Australia. A MUSICAL MARVEL AND A PERFECT GEIM. Overstrung (double oblique), Trichord throughout, rith full iron frame anid bunlshed m...

TRARALGON POLICE COURT THURSDAY, SEPT. 25TH (Before A. W. H[?]itt, Esq., P.Y and R. Mackay, Esq., and Dr Morris J'.s.P. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884

TRAhI ALGOS POLIC0 COUE L , ---o-- THURI:SDi, S:'I. 25TII. (Before A. V. H ~witt, E?q., P. and R. Mackay, Esq., and Dr Miorir. J's.L'. J.. Peterkin v. Mary Curch, ari Churchyard, charged with obtaie::l goods to the value of £15 0 lid, 1 ?. der false pretences. :Mr SIktiner .: complainant ands Mr D.ly for the ?s fence. Constable John S. Carter, of Colei wood, deposed to the irrest of prisoner, on a warrant issued on th 17th inst., the d.fendant bein, poir: out by an employee of Mr Petirk!:. She stated on being arrested that ?h had never been at Traralgor, and dui not know Mr Peterkii. John Peterkin, Traralgon, depit-' that the defeedanrt calle at his shoI on thle 3rd April, a.ked it he gave cr' dit. He informed lier he did t to t-i he considered worthy. She then st ted that her husband was a carpente" in charge of a Govt. bridge repamng party between Warragul and Trari gon, and that he was earning It pPr day, which he had been for the Ft: seven or eight montths. He ?! coming to take ...

NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 26 September 1884

NEWS AND NOTES. We would suggest, now that we may soon expect the summer weather, that it would be a step towards abating obnoxious effluvia, which may be expected to be more offensive during the summer heat, if the local Govern ment would see fit to appoint a person to act as town nightman. This would be a blessing that many would be thankful for, as it is a course pursued by all towns of any size. A shock of earthquake was felt at. Port Albert last Friday evening, it being rather severe, and experienced between 9 and 10 p.m. It passed under Callignee and Traralgon South, in both places the houses being heard to creak, windows to rattle, and those sitting experienced a sensation as if in a rocking chair, but not with such feelings of security. At Merriman's Creek, one individual affirms that it threw both him and his horse to the ground. It was also felt at Upper Maffra, Sydney, etc. At a committee meeting of the local cricket club, it was agreed to co-operate with the North Gippsl...

AGRICULTURAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 3 October 1884

AGitIUULTURAL\ OTES .iTreatment of Calves.- The :great majjorty of flrnteis fail of the best re salts in call ra:sing .chiefly .tlthqugh neglect. The name general principle appl es here as in the production of !in olther stock, namne'y keep the alnit nmal growing from the star 't.i The; best feod i:i.milk; it is naturnl food, afit fi arlificial substitute can fully take its place.. A calf taken1 frsm, the coiw jhlhen fIroi Otoe to .thre da?ys old 'nd1 fed on. ,ileity of good, swreet, undiluted, new or skim milk, with a small ration of clean timsthlyhap agdo ts ivill do'ivell. Many farmers tni their aelves out into a pasture, anit leave them out aill sumnier, feeding a little sour millk io whlev, to piece out grass, feald. Tho' who have made repeated experimhients find that calves do best in the stable until midsummer or later giving them ali the milk and` other food tliey will eat. The best arralgeetrnt we hass ever seen is a large stable, having the floor conrer : fof: deep witli c...

AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 3 October 1884

AMERICAN ITEMS. A col r, d woman is studying medi' nine in Paris. The oldest apothecry shop in Berlin will, celebrate in 1888S its four hut:' dr, dth anniversaryl: The- shop was recently so d for 1 20, 000 marks. The; Queen has causrd to be placed in the royal. yacht 'Osnorn, on the spo' f where the coflin of the Duke of Alb rny rerted durilrg-the soyage fromt her 'bol', to Portsoiuslh; a shittabe'l brass I.:ablet in the form of a cross. tOwintg to .ommnei?rlil depression, ieading ELrlish railway cori)anies thave diselke~-ed 2000 emouloyees; and :haIe lredtd 1.thie salaries of clerks 10 ,per centt In ord-s to obtain in nmarriage' the tdaugthtor of a flilledale;N.Y., farmer, a young':nan lhas contracted to ,'wcrk seven ygars for the farimer. The Princ nImoerial of Austria speakt, it is asseited; every dialect kn.wtnt in the Ausiri.rn dominions, excetit 'Turkish. . Sulbs iptios are. being: raised to build it ctrmaptry att Lancaster; Penn. Emllperor William is reported to have sad-' Th...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 3 October 1884

ViANTED an apprentice to the Dress and ' Mantle M3aking. Apply 3Ms. TOOHEY, Kaye.st.. (next Russell and Son's). WANTED-A respectable situation for a girl, used to work. aged 14 years. Ap ply JOHN POWELL, Musk Grove, Callignee. WANTED.-A good general servant. Ap. ply- MRs. CONLEY. Royal Exchange Hotel. Tmmaalgon. WANTED.-Good axe and ploughman. Apply- T. FAULKNER, Loy Yang. ANTE D.-A good general servant, wages 8s per week. Apply at the TRARALGON DISPENARY. WANTED.-A supply of fresh vegetables of all kinds. twice a week. Apply J. MORGAN, " Under The Verandah," Near the Dispensary. 1W? ANTED KNOWN.-Accomodation pad docks for cattle and horses, 5; miles from Traralgon and same distance from Mor well, on Latrobe River. Splendid grass and water. For terms apply J. LINDSAY, Traralgon. W% ANTED KNOWN--Butter. Cheese,and , Bacen bought by GEO. GOLDSMITH. Storekeeper, Mirboo HUNTSMAN'S list is now full, and the ow ner begs to inform the public that he cannot receive any more mares this seaso...

MORWELL. HORSE PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 3 October 1884

MORWELL, o- HORSE PARADI. The annual horse parade at our ris ing township was held on Monday and attracted visitors'l from all quarters, Traralgon, Sale, Mirboo, &c., as well as a numerous entry of stallions, more especially draught. The success of the Parade was mainly due to the energy displayed by Mr J. Rintoui', and had it notleen (or his efforts the sho f would nothave prospered (if io:' all) to such an extent, Prie;f for the best groomed horse f o class, and ten shillings for eah second best were given as nn as ofi ment to the grooas to brino, eou chlirges in the best condition ,th Ib W a very good effect for the llnialt Cl turned out with smooth coat s ad fine fettle. At about half pate ti judges inspected thle stocl tdei upoa ,tlehwinners of the pries Th first horse inspeeted, Vt1',. won it host of adli reOl. ya?;d roitted to be an entire that the has cause to be proud. of. Guti; the property of MrGI lt lnz?lwood a nice colt iisoiuai old, and of fine propobrtios a: f...

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT Saturday September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 3 October 1884

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT Saturday September 27. R. Guthridge and Co. report:-Fat Cattle. -Yards only moderately supplied; prices easier in consequence of the fall in the M3el. bourne market. On Thursday we held a successful clearingsaleat 3frJohn O'Connor's. Rosedale. The attendance was large, and the biddines brisk. we sold 3-yr-old steers £4 10s to £4 12s, heifers £2 lls to £3 24. cows £2 Is to £4 3~. and a number of mil. kers in low condition from £2 15s to £4 10s, horses from £6 to £17 10s. In the yards not many forward. and competitions rather dull. on account of the scarcity of grsas. Sheep. Market easier this week. We sold, privately. fat wethers to12s. Pigs are also a Iittledown. Yards fairly suppllied. Sales-Bacons 35s to 40s, porkers 22s Gd to 31s, slips Ss to 13s. LandL-We have sold privately during the week Mr J. Robinson's paddock at Nuntin. containing 3S acres, and Dr Norris's paddock at Yeerung. containing 240 acres, at satis factory prices.

TRARALGON PRODUCE. Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 3 October 1884

T1ARALGO PRODUCE. Thursday afternoon. W. T. Betteson reports-Oats 2s lld to 3s Id; pe'a3sto3s4d; potatoes£3to£310sper ton ; cheese 4d to 6d; butter 7d to Sd; bacon 9d ; Flour. £9 10s barley, feed, 3s2d.

Sunday Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 3 October 1884

iuiiday. .Services, ---o-- CHURICH OF ENGLAND. Rev, J. 1t. Walker, at Callignee, 11 a.m. klynn's Creek .. '' p.m Traralgon ... ... 7 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN. CIIURCII. Rev. J. G. Wilson,.at ... Traralgon... .. - I a.m. Hazelwood North ... 3 p.m. hloewell .. 7. WESLEYA N CIIURCII, Rev. .FA:Herman at Toongabbie ... 11 a.m. Eagleharwk .... ..2.30 p.m. Traralgon '7

LIST OF COURTS. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 3 October 1884

LIST OF COURTS OCTOBER. POLICE Counrs Trralgon, on Friday, 3rd, Thursday 9th and Thursday, 23rd, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on 'the Friday preceding each court. - : .. Mlorwell, on Wednesday, 15th, at 10 a.m. summonses 'issued -.o Wedcnesday, sth. Moe, on Saturday, ISh, at 10 a.m.; Warden's Court, same date; sum. 'monsesissued oni Saturdy, 11th. Summonses for all: aboe .courts issued at Riosedale reely Monday.

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