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

Parliament. -0 Tuesday. Most of the talking was done by the members in favor of the Kilcunda line. On the other side the speakers were few, but effective. Mr Richardson supported Ministers with arguments similar to those he used last week when he originated the idea that the proper route to Kilcunda and Cape Paterson is the Great Southern. Mr Nimmo threw a damper on the hopes of the IKilcunda party by saying that he would vote with Ministers, as he could only interpret their steady hostility to the line to underlying facts which private members are not ac quainted with. He will not support the line if it is merely to benefit land speculators. Mr Nimmo begged for more light. Aforecast as to how the division was likely to go was gven by Mr Fincham, who fumed at Minis ters for having exercised "coercion over their supporters," and prevented them voting freely for the national line. The vote against the Kilcunda line settled the pretentions of all minor proposals. Mr Mason went through ...

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

,A WAO BEGS to0 iform the inhabitants of Morwell, Hazelwood, Mirboo, sunace, etc., that in order to supply a long felt want in this district, he ygengaged p-A firS-t?claIsUsg 1 DR E UAI?'IKE1R .:'"'. Also, A first-class Milliner, tho will be prepared to receive orders on and aft r Monday, September 8th, 1884, at the IRON STORE, Tarwin Street, M?O RWELL. ALLAN & C 0.'s pgA.1?TOS .AnTD OfRG?NALS, Four Great Lines which have no Rival in Australia. Sd IIEI)1AYIED .& SOElNE. §CtPUIDT ,& SOIIN. THIILUJIP PIYIEB. ST1YII'IE SMITH IpAIý q A BEIQ131 1 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-MIelbourne, & Stuttgart A BEAUTIFUL MODEL. Well and favorably knownn in Victoria for the last 10 year. The Grandest and Most Perfect Pianos at \Iedium Price, Ever seen in Australia. A MUSICAL MARVEL AND A PERFECT GEM. Overstrung (double oblique). Tricn...

Sunday Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 31 October 1884

minday Services, CIIURCH OF ENGLAND. Rev. J. It. Walker, at Callignee ,11 a.m. lIynn's Creek ... 3 p.m Traralgon ... ... . 7 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCRI. Rev. J. G. Wilson, at Traralgon .. 11 a.m., Hazelwood North . 3 p.m. l o well .. 7. On Monday, at Traralgon South, a 7. WESLEYR N CIIURCII. Rev. F.A. Herman at Toongabbie ... 11 a.m. Eaglehawk .. .. ... 2'30 p.m. Traralgon 7

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

LIST OF COURTS. NOVEMBER. POLICE COUR'TS- n " m Rosedale, on "Wednesday 5th, 11 a.m. Toongabbie, Thursday 6th, 11 a.m. Traralgon, Thursdays 13th and 27th, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on the - Triday preceding each court. Moe, on. Saturday, 15th, at 10: ainm.; summonsesissued on Saturday, 8th. Iorwell, on Wednesday, 19th, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on Wednesday, 12th.

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

MOnWELL STOCK RIIPORT. Monday. Messrs C. Mfackintoshand Co. report :-We yarded about 300 cattle, which sold well, as follows :--Good store cows, to £5 5s; low condition cows, £2 15s, £3 5s eid, £3 15s, £3 (is, and £3 1Ss; 3-yr-old heifers, from £3 to £3 16s; springers, to £4 17s Gd; 3-yr-old steers, to £4 2s ; other descriptions same rates.

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

T?onga~bie. (Ffrnl OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Wednesday. A teamee'.ng nntd concert iis .held the \teebnnics' Irsttute orinFriday last far the purpose of celebrating the opening of the new English Church which has uat been rcomp'etede and Uas a great sccess--reflecting credit O nall engaged, especially Ianisers Morgan and Stewart, who took in' hand the getting up and carrying out of the whole affair. Mr Morgan kind ly tendered the use of his piano for the occasion. There are several others who own these valuable instruments in close proximity to the hall, but on such occasions as this their doors are either found to be too small to allow the exit of the instrument, or one guinea is charged for the wear of the evening. Great credit is also due to the ladies who took part, viz.--Mrs and Miss Morgan, the Misses Buntine, and Moore. At 5 o'clock the doors of the hall were opened, and inside the room presented a splendid and appetizing picture. The tables, which were lai. with great taste, an...

Supreme Lourt, Sale THURSDAY, OCT. 23RD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 31 October 1884

Supreme Lourt, Sale. -o- THunsDAY, Ocr. 23RD. (Before His Honor Mr Justice Hol royd). Mr J. T. T. Smith prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. John M'Farlane was charged with unlawfully wounding William Walker, poundkeeper, Buln Bule, on the 17th May, by stabbing him n the side. The prisoner, who was undefended, was found guilty, and was sentenced to six months' imprisonment with hard labor, the last fortnight of the 5th month to be passed in solitary confinement. John andCharles Jones werecharged with the larceny of two tons of wattle bark at the Lakes Entrance in May last, and on a second count, with re ceivin_ it, kno'ing it to be stolen. Mr F. L. Smyth defended the prisoner. John Jones was found guilty of steal ing, received 9 months' imprisonment with hard labor, and Charles Jones of receiving, 6 months' with hard labor. Elizabeth Knight, a married woman who resided at the Twelve Mile, on the Morwell to Mirboo railway, was charged with unlawfully and malici ously wounding Patrick F...

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

& Co., HOLD AUCTION SALES, AT THEIR Produce Sales Rooms, 59 QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE, WEDNESD)AYS AND FRIDAYS, Of every descsiption of Fama and Dairy Produce. --o- PIG SALE EVERY THURSDAT -5 On Sale, Butter casiks,Annato,Rennets D. iRusseIH & Son, BLACK SMITHS, All horses shod with care. and general works entrusted to our care a ill be executed with punctuality combined with moderate charges. CO4ACHUIIILDING : Having secured the services of Mr. H. Toohey, late of Sale. are prepared to undertake COACHBUILDING AND WHIIEELWRIC0tTING on most reasonable terms. -o Address-Kaye-street, Traralgon, also at Toongabtie. Cricket Cricket CRICKET. The undersigned is now selling CRICKET MATERIAL, By the best known makers, and quality, at MELBOURNE PRICES. Patent Re-percussion and Cane Handle Bats, Compo. Practice Balls (last longer than leather. H, E. IIE MDEN TOBACCONIST, FAiCY GOODS DEALER, ETC., FRANKLIN-STREET, TRARALGON Just "Arrivede!! Just Arrived !!! NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS AT ...

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

TIlE, ,GAZETTE:' Th5 Gove rnnien have accepted the th.. tsiu,;ition bf Iessrs 1assett anid fClak is trustees for the Toongabbie t'&ntery. 37a Ir 10p have been reserved for a ,ravel resere, for the Narracau Shire, it, the parish of Tiajil. i'fplicdiat: as for land n?tgrantvd.- P. Slittery, 100a,'Mii'bdo; Geo. Arm s nron., S'a, Droein East; Annie l. O'D nnell, 320a, JIumbunna East, open onlth NoTtiin hr. rWn.t Scarett, 3s0a' Mardian tlv R. Searlett, 320a, Mar daii ' Jas. Thom, 320a, Mardan ; J. C. SWhito\orth, 300.1, Gem,trook; Win. A. Searlett, 3.00, Allatmbeo East, ri-fused. E. M1. O'KIelly, 30a, ' Carra jung; A. L. S. 51'Co'e, 203a, Wra-de toclk T:os. . 1 Whittrd, 130x, Iotod:tarn : Thin. Wr;hir,60 i,Willun~g,' open" et 7tll November.. E. J. Crioke, 320a, Holey Plains; Williait D),wsonl, 120a, C.llitnie; Danlie aretOw, 100a, Ta'll ; IRobert Vincent, 110, t''anjil; Donald Campbell, 320a, ad eree: Win. J. J Turnbull, O00;, Tanjil, refuised. W1`n,:-Wishart, 0a, Latrobe: John C...

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

Cricket. On Saturday afte noon a friendly. game. ,as plh1y.l. betwetn the local cri .k-t club ald our Morwell nith boe's, at tier town. T oe home team wv ere well ret resented and had amongst their numnbs r some iew blood, sbw jug good form, both in the field, and • i.h the w' lw, notably MIrFergusen, wheos, fielding ws "much admired. For the Trara'g11 club tlhere were bur nilne re resent tives, who how'ever, m ?l avo'ery toon chow and-did-some excellent work, most noticeable amongst thenm' wi. E: Bker, nas bow let, he being very succeesful, while the fiillig of the Bal?er brothers called forth l:tany favor.tble contents. The game restu ted in a win for Mforwell hy 20 rune.. The scores of the respective teams audt itdiId ill players erid- IO RWELL. 1st hInings. G. Lurlut ch. b E. Baker 1 i). 1D I::al. .b. BE.Baker 0 J. thenry. b E. Bakr " 23 J. Sufi'rn. b L. Eaker . 1 T. Fergu'on. b W. taker 2 It. GO.dsmtith, b E. Baker 0 u1). )3'illat. e J. Curran, b W. Baker 0 at. Btirnic. b E. Ba...

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

TRARALGON POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS MAILS CLOSE FOR Melbourne 0 Warragul Daily at 740 a.m and Drouin Moe 5"20 pm. Morwell Waterloo Daily, le 'rafalgar 7 40 a.m. C Rosedale A and Daily, p Sale 11'15 a.m. & 7"50p.m Glenmaggie 1 Seaton Heyfild Daily, Co*war 11r15 a.m. Toongabbie Latrobe Walhalla Mon., Wed.., Fri., 1115 Happy Go a.m. Tues. Thurs, be Lucky 3 Sat., 7'40 a.m. b Tyers ... Tues. & Fri. 12'15 p.m Callignee, on Friday, at 8'30 a.m., arriving at Callignee at 11"30 a.m. in Correspondence for Mirboo must go T by 5.20 p.m. mail to Morwell, Mon, A Wed. & Fridays. CO WANTED-Two good Axe-men for scrub cutting; wages £1 2s per week, with board and lodgings. Apply-B.D. TANNER, Post Office, Callignee. WANTED-A good general servant. Ap ply- STAR HOTEL, Traralgon. WANTED KNOWN-That Hides, Kan garoo, Calf Skins, ce., are required at TRARALGON TANNERY; also Bark. WANTED an apprentice to the Dress and Mantle Making. Apply- MRS. TOOHEY, Kayest., I (next Russell and Son's). L...

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

AN7D CO. Stock, tajtion and GENERO lA O'Ml )1SSION AGETN.TS 'rust Estatsc, 2nd linori'a:ees. tec Zt% an!d lvnl (.oa n?nvymy. Yathoo of ., :c ZTal:at, Fire Y -Marine Loaon, end Lanloasire lire Sets Zealand Arhhent A'CTI'IN . i c,,oructe dnavaltat i2ons ,:de in an, I rt ' r:i ppsland. LOANS '1ar2 .., r , enry ' Iescripsfion of Landed I~aoji; r'., -.!,,a.,l Chattels, and crerty id c. fi,' ., iod us:', ,cy undertakelni RICItAID IA.\K11.\1Y & CO. hold weekly sales o Hors., rt l', . Pigs, Sheep, @c., at 0their Tr nl,yn, Yra s every Monday. fToongabbie yards, latst i1ednesday in each month. 3llos,rel yards, as! ..1 PnIdayh in eac month Latrobe yards, re oad ' l uesdlay in each montlh Clearing stl ,es--I).rily. Orc:--?hcro: t Sa, p l rendered. TE\I.DERS. TENDER". TE1 IDEIS. ENDERS are in citel for the lease of Mr Ro lbcl'olt Pratt'= wellmrnfnrm . WOOD LANDS. 0cont22i2 51q l.aer.or ticreabonts' and 'itu1t2 dt ct, oaIt hlll hlircll township, on the lMaryval Flat. cnat lf the Ridge. Th...

European News. MISCELLANEOUS. Cairo, Oct. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 31 October 1884

European News. --o- (From the "Argus.") MISCELLANEOUS. -o- Cairo, Oct. 27. The truth of the report that Colonel Stewart and his party had been treac herously massacred by Bedouins has been confirmed. London, Oct. 27. The passing of the Recidiviste Bill by the French Senate appears to be ins vitable. London, Oct. 28 The British column which started this month from Quetta for the purpose of punishing the Pathats of the Zhob Valley has encountered and defeated the latter, killing 56 of them. London, Oct. 28. Captain Atwell P. M. Lake has been appointed tie flag captain, under Rear-Admiral Tryon, of H. M. S. Nel Son. London, Oct 28. Mr George Darrell, the Australian actor and dramatist, opened last night at the Grand Theatre, Islington, in his play, "Tte Sunny South." The per formance is favorurably criticised by the London p :ess. London, Oct. 22. An offer has been made to the Government of Western Australia by a syndicate to construct a railway from the port of Bunbury to the line whi...

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

MELBOURNE MARKET'. t. Wednesday. Messrs King and Co. report :-Fat Cattle.-- st 1410 yarded, but, owing to stocks on hand and large numberof lambs forward, biddings were dull; prices down 15s to 25s. Prime pens, i £15 to £16 10 ; good, £12 to £13 10s; me dium 9 to 10 guineas. We sold a draft of bullocks, cows, and calves, from Nagambie. a Fat Sheep.--1.000 penned; mostly shorn ; prices easier. Prime shorn merino wethers, s 10s to lls; good, 8s to 9s. Lambs--6000 penned ; prices down ls ; prime, Ss Gd to 9s Gd ; good, 7s to 7s Gd. We sold 1000 sheep, tl and 850 lambs. Messrs. A. Mf'Lean and Co. report:-Fat Cattle.-1450 forward; owing to the good ¶ supply prices fell about 20s to 30s. We sold 11 bullocks for Mr Buckley, 11 for MIr Bod man, 10 for Mr Cotter to £11 2s Gd; and 11 for Mr Burke at market rates. - Messrs. Powers, Rutherford,and Co. report : -1450 cattle yard d, every variety of quality being represented; supply was in excess of c demand, and the market ruled very dull at red...

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

TRARALGON MI s HIE I'S Monday. Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. report :-Mar ket considerably brisker and a fair supply of fat stock changed hands readily at slightly improved rates. Store cattle also in good demand, and all forward sold readily. Wn quote-Fat bullocks, fair quality, from £8 ss to £9 5s. Fat cows (speyed), £510s to £6 15s; fat heifers, £5 15; storesteers, inback. wardcondition, from £3 83 to £ 14s ; store cows, at £3 13s; store heifers, very low condition, at £2 10s to £2 14s ; young cattle, at £1 12s. We also sold priva'elyduring the week 200 store bullocks at £5 15s, and 80 speyed heifers at £4. MIessrs R. Mackay and Co. report for the week ending Thursday, Oct. 30.-At our Toongabbie sale on Wednesday we sold bul locks £5 12 s; cows £4 15s; steers £4 s ; springers £3 Is ; weaners £1 7s; horses to £10 16s; pigs, bacon, potatoes, and sundries at satisfactory prices to vendors. On Satur day last we held a clearing sale of furniture and household effects on account of Mr Hay w...

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

Rosedale Local Land Board. -0- Schedule of applieations dealt wnith by a Local Land Board, held in the Court-howe, at Rosedale, on Wed. nesday, the 29th day of October 1884, at 11t o'clock aem. BC1To,? 19. 1. Fanny Dove, 33a 2r 10p, Tong Bong, north and adjoining J Dove.-Reeommended. 2. Daniel O'Connor, 129a2r 19p, Willung, north and adjoiningD. O'Connor.-Recommended, subject to specia road condition, and payment of extra survey fees. 3. John S. Gorman, 33a or lOp, Willung, west and adjoining his presnt holding.-Postponed. 4. Peter Richardson, tOOn, Willung, south and ad joining R. J. Timbs.-tRecommended. 5. Rlobert M'Creedy, 3a 2r 3p Willung, north and adjooining J. B. Waite.-R?o eommended. 6. Michael Mooney, 5le 2r 32p, Willung, north and adjoiningt his present holding.---Recommended. 7. P'hilip Gorman, 5a .r 3Ip, Willung north and adjoining hit preoent holding.-Recomaended. 8. Albert A. Howarod. 83. Or 2p, \Willung, south rnd adjoining Alma ttoward.--Recommended. 9. John Ialbon, ...

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT, Saturday, Oct. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 31 October 1884

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT, Saturday, Oct. 25. Messrs English, Little, and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-Market brisk at late rates. Our sales-Bullocks, inferior to medium, £7, £7 lOs, £7 15s, £8 5s, £8 1Os, £9 ; cows, £5, £5 10s, £5 17s 6d, £6, £6 10s; scalers, £1 3s to £2 5s. Store cattle.-Now that we have had a fall of rain, aged bullocks and cows are in brisk demand, and any coming forward are readily sold, bullocks from £5 10s to £7, cows £3 to £4 5s; at Maffra about 1,100 yarded, and all grown cattle sold at high figures, good bullocks £5 10s to £7, cows £3 to £4 2s, 3-yr old steers £4 10s to £5, 2-yr-old steers £3 to £3 12s, 2-yr-old heifers. in condition, £3 15s ; at Sale, mostly young and inferior sorts for ward, which were dull of sale. We sold 70 2-yr-old heifers £2 1ls, 2-yr-old steers £3 5s. Pigs.-M-arket casier for all sorts. Sheep. None forward this week. IIorses.-Good upstanding Indian sorts selling wecll. On Saturday we yarded about 80 head, MIr Bun tine's sold from £4 10s to...

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

,IOtIVELL. mteetig was held on Saturday, y.uh at iurdoch's hotel, of gentlemen led in the .nnualRace Meeting, erT Mt,'Rae in the chair. The chair i er a few remarks in reference ,e ve:' successful manner in which i antul races had been carried out, h .fat aIll would take an interest e. proaching meeting, in order th even aa l greater success. Mr. ini-b tihen read a report for the last loiag that the cub had a credit ,ab f 5 2s Cd The receipts were S .e' f,26 being raised by sub L;tsb, of which Mr Fitzpatrick col S-?:0 ,~a s, and Mr Murdoch £15 Ii t`e -ma.inder was made up by 1: er tones , amounting to £29 tlt he exulenditure amounted to 12 4 6d for prize money and £8 pl 1wu prses. mnaking in all £50 s S. goegh th en moved "That s-~ al nnual Race Meeting be oila Boxing Day, 1884," which la ried, as were also the following S:-By Mr Ketgh "That Mr , rJdoh be secretary for the meeting, 5lSingpei formed the duties last year m"iost credit'ble manner; by Mr .se "Teast the secretary give ou...

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

Trartalgon South. t -o (From our own correspondent.) Thursday. The seasonable rain which fell here a week or two ago, did much to im prove both pastoral and agricultural prospect in this locality. Still, more b wet would be very acceptable as a re- k fresher for our pastures, during the coming hot months. A school children's picnic is to take place here shortly and a committee of parents interested will be organized to draw up a programme of sports and i otherwise undertake to complete the management of the affair. Heretofore this precaution has been neglected, and s.me unpleasan!ness naturally a ro e through the promoters of the children's picnic being, as it we:e, t thrust out of the local amusements by t persons who tuok little or no interest S in our picnic, further than the mere conv,.nience and pleasure of themselves and their frends. This state of things will now be avoided with a proper committee appointed to carry out the fixed programme, and otherwise en force its rights o...

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