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NEW GUINEA. London, Oct. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 24 October 1884

NEW GUINEA. -0 Londlon, Oat. 10. For the preset t the ]3ritish protec torate which lihs been established over a porlion of New Guinea will comprise the territory along the coast, and the adjacent country, extending from the 141st meridian of longitude (the east ern boundary of that part of the island over which the Dutch claims extend) to East Cape, together with the islands from Goschen Straits soutlhwards, in cluding Kosman Island. Commodore Erskine has been in structed to hoist the British flag on such i onts s s he may consider desir able. Two British men-of-war will cruise in the vicinity of New Guinea for the remainder of thi year. Lord Derby has complied with the request of the agent -general for the Australasian colonies to graat them an early interview on the question of es'ablishing a British protecto:ate over the Western Pacific. An impression prevails that Eng land is arranging with Germany and France for a division of the Pacific anmong the three powers.-" Argus."

THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 24 October 1884

'TILE GiAZETTE. H. Cunan's contraet for nn addi ti,nnal ail- to C llignee has been accepted. Applications for leases approved Daniel Shipwav; .l31a Or 20p, Mardan ; Joseph C:uper, 292a Or 7p, iirbob; Chas. J. Gilbertson, 300. Ir lp, Koram burra TheGeneral Sessions, -ourts Court, and Court of Mines are to be held at Sate on the 15th December. The Courty Coartat Warragul on the 15th December. Tenders for road wo:ks on Walhalla .roads close on 0Oth October.

Agricultural Society Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 24 October 1884

Agricultural Society Meet i lg. -o "On'. Monday after,oon a public 1 ileei tig was hold in the Court-houe Traralgon, for the purpose of takin, into consideration the advisability oe otherwise of forming an Agricultural Society in this district. 1lie meeting was convened by Diugald Campbell, Esq., who called upo1n Go.. Filrmin, Esq. to ntake tr., cle'. lhb r s.er,. fit h- 50 gentl~iioan lprcent. Mr Firmin, on taking the chair stated the object of the mecetitg, and hoped everyone for and near would, help the convener to carry out this very desirable project. It was a eocic ty that was miuch required to further the interes's of the distiict, such hlie thought all should go in heartily lor. Mr James Campbell, who kindly consented to act as secretary 'prlo tem,' then read a letter from J. Peterkin, E q., apologising for non-attendance, and expressing sympathy witl the movement ; and giving dilnaititn of £5. Mlr D. Campbell, in moving the first resolution, stated thit this matlter had bee...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 24 October 1884

A. L. GALBRAITH & SON: lIlae much pleasure in drainy` the dtter;ibn of theLr numerous cus tomers and the publitiL gendiral to their new and varied stock of glass and rockery-ware; U:m 'DRTiMORRISON, . AcrsNG PUBLIC VACCINATOn, Will VACCINATE all children under FOi-T teen yenars old, at his residence, Iraalgon, esery'MONIIAY, duitig the hours of 10 o'clock and 12 o'clock a :l : Latest Intelligelnce By Electric Telegraph. (From our own correspondent.) Thursday evening. The following are the latest scratch inge, Melbourne Cup-Fernlea, Ferry man, Landsborough. Derby-Lady ('handos, Landsboiouh, Ebb Tide, Adventuress, colt, Prime Minister. Oaks-Lady Chandos, Landsborougb, Ebb Tide, Heiress, Ambassadress, Sportive. St. Petersburg, Oct. 22. A plot to murder tile Czar has been discovered by the Police, and many persons suspected of complicity have been throwa into prison. London, Oct 22. Mr G. O. Trevellyan who succeeds the R:ght Honourable J. G. Dodson as Chancellor of the Ducby of ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 24 October 1884

Richlard Mackay, AND CO., Stock, Station and GENERAL COI?IUSSION AGENTS -o AGEN S FOi- 7n'ust Estates, and .lortgagees. N'ew Zealand Loan Company. National of New Zealand, Fire . Marine London and Lanashire Fire Neo Zealand Accident AUCTION Sat ES conducled anurahta. tions made in any part of Gippsland. LOANS negotiated on every description of Landed Property, Stock,and Chattels, and every kind o.financial agency undertaken RICHARD MACKAY & CO. hold sreekly sales of HIorses, Caltl. Iigs, Sheep, e., at their Tramalgon Yards erery Monday. Toongabbie yards, last Wednesday in each month. Ilolrcell yards, last Monday in each monlth Latrobe yards, recond Tuesday in each month Clearing sales--Daily. NOrc-Account sales promptly rendered. MORWELL, : ONDAY, OCT. 27 R1CIIHARD MACKAY & CO. will sell at their yards, .Morwell, on above date Cattle, lnlrves. Pigs, etc. Land. Land. Land. WA-DE-LO, K \WA-DE-LOCK \WA-DE-LOCK Sale by order of the 1Mortgagee. MAFF1RA, FRIDAY, OCT. 24. A...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 24 October 1884

N, 40 . `BEG` s t " "afo orm bsita o I ,.acer, etc., that in order to snpply a long felt want in this distrct, he }engaged A first.class DRESSMAKEB,: Also, A first-class Milliner, Vho will be prepared to receive orders on and after Modnay, September 8th, 1884, at the IRON STORE, Tarwin Street, MORWELL. ALLAN & CO.'S pouIATOS ANV ORiGlAuS, Four Great Lines which have no Rival in Australia. SCIIIEDIYIA YEl . SOEHiTiE X SCHUIVDT I o& SOJIN.'J I------ x a: ail. ilITQI~ one of the Oldest and most Renouned Makers in Europe, whose costly Pianos are fit for any Drawing Room in the world. PLACED ABOVE ALL OTHERS AT THE LATE Exhibitions-Melbourne, & Stuttgart A BEAUTIFUL MODEL. Well and favorably known in Victoria for the last 10 years. The Grandest and Most Perfect Pianos at Mediuml Price, Ever seen in Australia. A MUSICAL MARVEL AND A PERFECT GEM. Overstrung (double oblique), Tilchord thromhout, aith fll iron frame and bIormoshed metal Pin Plate ; haing a Icmaka ly q...

Sunday Services, CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 24 October 1884

oullnday Services, CIIURCII OF ENGLAND. Rev, J. H. Walker, at Traralgon 11 a.m. Laglehak .... ... 2 p.m. Searne .... : .. 4 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. J. G. Wilson, at Rosdale- .. ...11 a.m. s " Communionl Service. Traralgon ... .. ... 7 p.m. WIESLEY.' N CHURCHII.: Rev. F.A. Herman at-. North IlHzelwod ,.. 11 n,m. lorwvell ... * :2"30Q p.m. Tl'rarloan _ 7

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 24 October 1884

MELBOURNE MARKEI'T. Wednesday. Messrs. A. OL'Lean and Co. report:-Fat Cattle:-1280 pelined. Ilest billlocks sold at an advance of 10s on last week's rates. Quo tations-iRest bullocks, £18 tol£18 ; medimln, £11 to £14 ; and inferior, from £7 upwards ; best pens coir, £10 to 1 10s ; medium, £8 to £9 los. Messrs Iichard Gibson and Co. report: Fat Cattle.--1200 forward.. Not many prime lots Offering. 'Prices ruled firm at late rates, prime pens bullocks making £15 to l6i ; ex tra, to £18 10s. We sold 180 for different owners, including Daunt's and 'Ioolamba bullocks, averaging £11 17s; 31?Ilullan's Caldermeade bullocks. £11 7s Sd;? D. Ait helcl's BeMian.nga bullockso £10 Ils d ; Fra ser's Tallagaroopna bullocks, £10 ks. Fat Sheep.-19,000 yarded, largest proportion second class and ifeior desCriptioiis; ?prices for such were lower, prime qualities were in altered, best merino wethers making lls; cros-bred ditto,'12s Id.:: We sold 5500.

European News. MISCELLANEOUS. London, Oct. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 24 October 1884

European News. (From the "Argos.") MISCELLANEOUS. --0- London, Oct. 20. The French deny the claims of the Chinese to a victory at Tameui on the 15th inst., and reassert their former statement that the engagement was greatly in favor of the French force un der Admiral Lespes. London, Oct. 20. In consequence of the death of Wil liam I., Duke of Brunswick, without male heirs, some uncertainty is felt as to the succession to the Duchy. It is, however, announced that the question will be decided by the German Govern ment. London, Oct. 20. The Indian Government has agreed that India shall be represented at the Colonial Erhibition, to be held at South Kensington in 1826. London, Oct. 21. General Briere de Lisle, the Frencli commander in Tonquin, his demanded reinforcements to the extent of 10,000 men. London, Oct, 21. TheFrench authorities have formally notified tllat the island of Formosa is blockaded. Hong Kong, Oct. 20. The latest advices from Tonquin state that a large body of Chinese ...

Proposed New Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 24 October 1884

Proposed New Railway. r -o- Tihe dIorlnte wernlt illtO) ciolll ,t!,l the hAilway Billoion Wedinei day ci vI:, Mr Gillies said in accordianl with?. promise made by the L'remier, tc e Governmeno t would reco:niii,hr I,:r proposals, andtl at'r 0 careful c alidr tion had decided to proposj: the ?-" lowin, hddit'n.i lines: Artra: ? Avoca; Coburg I Somerton: L'ruikt:? B to, Crib Point ri Ilartin~ s lnleadli to Duuolly; I:i:etield t, Kilno?i; Great Southern line to .\llrtoa; hiattra to Briaio'ong ; 0 lit rto llee; Rinrrgwood to F.i rntree Gil: IWedder. burn road to \Vedderiirn; ei n to Alexandra; HiIw horn to Kes; Lal Lal to Lal Lal r..cc ooere; extensioi, Aiphilngton Ii c to Johnbton-Street; Fitzroy to Brunswick. 'These lines would cost a million, beyond lwhltt anmount the Gorernlment colsiderd thely ehouli not go. The Governmcnt had selected the best of ite lines laed in 18S2. Messrs Miakay, 1'Coll, Nimmo, Mason, Co ,pi-, \Moore, and Colonel Smith follow,.t, protenting ogainst the exclus...

ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCT. 20TH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 24 October 1884

ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL.. --0~ MONDAY, OCT. 20TH. Present: The President (CI Sslter) and Crs Moore, Biam, Meldrum, rc derson, O'Meara, M'Farlane, and Skeels. CORRESPONDENCE. From A. M'Lean, M.P, forwarding a letter from Crown Law offices, sta ting that Mr Deakin could not see his way to make Cowwarr a £10 licensing area, as it would entail a loss of £830 a year on the consolidated revenue. -From E. T. A. Veitch, again calling attention to the road leading from Mr Hunter's past his place to Toongabbie, as it is in a most dangerous state for wheel traffic, and it necessitates him self and others going two miles round to get to Rosedale. From same, as hon. seec. for Toan gabbie Mechanics' Institute, asking that it might be proclaimed as a pol ling place. From J. W. Bowman, The Ridge, complaining of the bad state of road between Rosedale Cutting and Stony Rise, it being dangerous on account of the holes and stumps on it. From T. B. Dobson, on behalf of Mechanics' Institute, Cowwarr, aski...

Mirboo. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 24 October 1884

lrlrboo. Tgecommitte of the 1Mirboo Rail rerlfrElii tension Lhague met at Ispl.?, Ogilvy's residence on hMon fr he 201? inst. Present-Messrs hat 3gee, Dewey, Davis, and Ogil Mr Ogi:vy having been voted to ý chair, stated that he was author i0 apologise for the unavoidable tcof Mr Nicol and Mr Gilligan, ot hit e twas in possession of the Wr of these gentlemen on the sub rbilih would be brought under dis ; ionr. Ogilvy reported that in itJce with the resolutions ar rtrd att preiious meetings he had ared a petition, addressed to the litheSteaker and houn. Metmbers leglslative Assembly, and had trsa'tve steps to get the same . V "'rnrius circumstances re, r7l rhis a ditlicult matter, but consi ralin the great area of country to be ,e0ver, and ithe dreadful state of ietracks which were worse now than ha ever known themt, he th,ught ta migi t be congratulated on the re Sr81 sig astres had been obtained :"e-.tig °5.202 acres of land. ,?as They well knew, meant an en eaus expenditure of mon...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 24 October 1884

BIRTH. McLEAN.-On the 10th Oct., at Traralgon, the wife of John McLean of a son. DEATH. ADAIR-On the 23rd inst. at his residence,   Franklin-street, Traralgon, Henry Adair,   late of Maryborough, aged 61 years. Native County Carlow, Ireland. FUNERAL NOTICE. The procession will leave the residence of the deceased, Franklin-street, to-morrow at 1 o'clock, noon. Friends please accept this intimation.

The Peterkin Challenge Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 24 October 1884

The Peterkin Challenge Cup. -a--o On Wcdctlnav afternoon a marti? e,[ tht delegates from teim Ilohscale, )Iorw ', i l'c a gabbice, and Trl'lalgon Cricket (' tu held at Ilickox's lotel, T'rata ll ?o 'tn tit programme of matchls for ith rki Challenge Cup was arranged as , : SATURDAY, NOVEMIEIII Il Traralgon v. Toongabbie, at Traral, Morwell v. Ioolara, at Morwcll. Rosedale v. Latrobe, at Latrobe. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15. Traralgon v. Morwell. at M3orwell. Toolmgbbie v. RImedlale, at lt,ieale, Boolara . Latrobe, at Traralgon. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3.3 Traralgon v. Rosedale, at T'ralgmri. Toongabbie v. Boolara, at T,o,ngabbie, Morwell v. Latrobe, at Latrobe. SATURDAY, DECEERl': i13. Traralgon v. Latrobe, at Traradgou. Toongabbie v. Morwell, at Toongalbbie, Rosedale v. Boolara, at RIosedale. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3. Traralgon v. Bolara, at Moroell. Toonlgabbie v. Latrobe, at Latrobe. Rosedale v. forwell, at Rosedale. RETURN MATCHES. SATURDAY JANUARIY 17. Toongabbic v. Traralgon, at Toongabbie, Bl...

Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 31 October 1884

ifiseellaiieo.s. No fewer than 1800 infants were lately entered for a Parisian baby show. The barbarous custom of suttee still lingers in India. In the Jeypore dis trict a widow was recently burned on her husband's funeral pyre. A tricvc'ist lat-ly completed the journey between London and Edin burgh, 400 miles, in three days. A system of penny dinners has been started for scho ,1 children in London and provinces whose mothers are at work during the day. Tie Dundee whaling fleet have this seaon been very successful. Seventy seven whales were captured, yielding 840 tons of oil and 40 tors of whale to e. The creed of the latest sect discovered in Russia is that it is the bounden duty to the faithful to slay all those who do not agree with them in their religious views, and it is said that numbers have already paid the death penalty of non convresion. It is stat-d that the conductors of the Pal-stine Survey Expedition think they have identified the Sepulchre of Jossph of Arimathea, in w...

TRARALGON, 1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 31 October 1884

TRAliALGO, slet Inuuag. J. Crnran. e Suifrcn. b Fergpson 3 F. William.s (rapt), b Suffren 12 I. Ccrran. b Furuorn 0 A. lcker. b SunfreL 1 W. Inker. run Cut 4 31. Curran, Ferguson 2 ni d., not out 1 E. ilaker. b Suffrcn 0 .ct., b Frgusn.0. Sundtries Total BIOWLING ANALYSIs. Suffren. 4S balls. 14 runs.3 wkts. ; Fergu son, 4? balls. i1 rins, 1 wkts. In the second innings the Mrorwell men made a better stard, and Messrs .J'erggsn and Suffree completely mase tered the b ewling in spite of the several cill n-e t.at weri made, their scores renhlno 32 aont 14 respectively before they were disphosed of. The game sood, 7 wickets down for 103 runs wih. n th? stomps were drawn. ,7A cricket match was played at Rose dale on Saturday last, between the locl erd 1IeSfiel clubs, the conditions of which were the losers were to donate a cricket ball to thIe winnine club. The game was decided on the first irnnings in favor of the visitors, rbho played a strong team, by 7 runs, the ruespersive trta's bei...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY OCTOBER 31, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 31 October 1884

(Published every Friday mo ning.) FRIDAY OCTOBER 31, 1884. A wELL remembero ballad recounts a veteran, who had survived the battle sof Blenheim, relating his experience to a child. The listener, wondering and bewildered, asks, " What did they kill "each other for"? And he was told merely the result, as rendering all further information superflaous. "It '`was a famous victory." The cause for carnage, unintelligible to the simple understanding of a child, but illustrates a perplexity besetting some adults of a later day, while witnessing tumultous and pugnacious demonstrations of dolts, intent on compassing the hi: drance or destruction of their neigh bors, by cunning device or vigorous assault, in order that they may be decor,ted by the badges, and rewarded by the spoils, which fall alike to the share of moral or money grubbing as to that of manceurring military marau ders. If Traralgon could identify itself with such an ingenious child, it would be puzzled to determine, in express n...

NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 31 October 1884

NEWS AND NOTES. -0 A meeting of the Provisional Com mittee of the Traralgon and District Agricultural Society, was held on Monday afternoon last, Mr Dugald Campbell in the chair. The members of committee present were Messrs D. Campbell, Henry, Sligh, Sykes, Chap man, and Dr Morrison. Mr James Campbell was appoii ted secretary, pro. tem. to the comm:ttee, and Mr H. Munro treasurer. It was also decided that a member's ticket should admit the holder, his wife, and family to the show ground, also entitle him to the privilege of entering all exhibits free. The secretaly, pro. temrn. was instructed to obtain receipt books, etc., necessary to enrol members. The residents of Traralgon South have decided to hold their annual picnic in connexion with the state school on Friday next, the 7th Novem ber, when the usual games, sports, etc., will be conducted under the manage ment of Messrs Fisher, Whalley, Barton, and Stammers, also a dance, which will be given in the evening, under the same supe...

Latest Intelligence Thursday evening [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 31 October 1884

By Electric 'l'clgrai i i, (From our own cotrI, , i.:.) 'ubars l 'hr :',II,. P rli, i :t. 20 . At the reeenrt olction' fir thai e r. man Reichstag, the Lib, rals Ij eeveral ceatn, whreras :jh' S cil'en gained several new nimnl:ers. Cairn, O),t. 2C. The report to wlich ta?btliity i a given by the "D)iy '' Ili'rai i ith Lort Wolselv Ihas b,:n antri ,i to appointtt', 31 fi, fl),ni,"o' ,ournorof the new uirovince iot' thli "'il , 11,k been authoritatively denicl. Lonlon,, (O ?. °. , In tihe louse of " onuneiiis tlis afternoon the inr. Evhn it :l i,;;i Political Under Secr't:ry f;, t lti C-',>. nies. stated that on thie a, n instrmutions were s t :! (':. IH-r Majest)'t Go.' , t r cogsnr e inii any i,- i-^ ,,,,t, oli'retd to tit viii MT tI . . ]: Goiverrnnent of the Tr. i at l,,l. lie. The milsing hot ,l ' Ii: hodly tr loni fo l in te i1 n ir t th.? r tiri v,. at tl;, - 'end " S ' - ,' .. It It wair f'o nd hi l rr i l ~'d !:I i n F1rederio-k lii i y l.. , h t , ,1 not - , .Itu1, , '-i....

Latest Scratchings. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 31 October 1884

Latest Scratchings. The following scratchings were pos ted at the V.R.C. office yesterday: All Engagementi-Rolieur, All Black. Derby-Lady Temple, Sister Tere s:, Convent Belle, Bohemian Coburg Stakes-Carbuncle, Agatha. IMares' Produce Stakes-Exford. Maribyrnong Plate-Westminster. Selling Race-Manfred Ohermaier, the Jewish traveller, has returced to Vienna after a long tourin Africa and Asia. At Teheran he preached ia the Persian language to the native Jews. The statistics of life a'sarance socie ties continue to chow that total .ab stainers are by far the longest livers. In the Temperance section of one so ciety during the sear there had been 22 deaths per 1000 of tie policy hol ders, whereas in the general section the rate exceeded upward . 50 per 1000. Ancient lake dwllings have been lately.discovered in Scotland. Some "dwarf earthmen" from Africa are beirg exhibitid in Laodoi." They are most diminutive creatures, and as I race having no knowledge of building hute, they huddle tog...

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