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Latest Intelligence Melbourne, Thursday evening [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

Latest Intelligence (From our own correspondent.) Melbourne, Thursday evening A disasrons explosion of gunpowder occurred at Havoi, and has destroyed two Frde ch batteries. The number of lives lobt is not stated. A Commission for the excavation of the Soudan has been appointed by the Khedive. Another sham. His Excellency the Governor held a visi'ation to-day at the Melbourne University. His Excellency patiently listened to the ,ouncil's twaddle " pro" and "con," and then departed annour cin thnatjudrment be reserved At the Kong Meng claim, a man, 'amed Worthington was crushed to death Lairy Gawk alias Lipey Phillips, a witess in 'he Natham time furniture abetting case, was arrested at Sand hbur'. The buildings at the Apollo Candle Works have been destroyed by fire; i, sured, but loss is not covered by £2000 or £3000

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

?'m ,?A .I; 0:., O\D.AY, JAN. 14 GUTt it'1 GE & 0. sill sell ua the abo- c doat. In M ste I, nglish, Lit le and Co.'s cards. at, e ..clock 10 prime Fat Bull cks 15 do do Cows ad Bullotke, 60 Eteers 40 do and leifers 40 dairy Ice. hitsecre, 3 and -1 wears old Also- 8 good Working Bullocks T, am of fire-class do (8), with Bosw, onku,, and Chatns, and Timber Waggon. lACKAl . WILKES :j CO. have foI s.le, privately Svetal fi:st-class lIt tel Poperties in N.rtsh antd outlb Gippslmnd. doirg excellent trades of froim £25 to £50 per week. One of the best bu Ltee ing trades in the district. S'eeral fist class FIrrms ou from 100 to 10o0 acres, all' within short distance of raihlwy col nmunicatian. Full tarticulars on application to the auctlonees, at their auction murt, Traralgtn, or at thlleir ew ofi ee in Toongabbie. THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1835. PID-UP CaPITAL ... £1,200,000 UNDIVIDED P?OFITS (Guarantee and Reserve Funds) ... 453,114 ----- The Branch ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

H. BREED, amily Butcher, Kaye Street, Traralgon. -one but the best quality of meat kept. .-guedg sIanaoTzeery-,da Charges moderdr.. C. IE. W. Jones, Franklin Street, TRAR ALGON. CTICAL WATCH & CLOCK MAKER. Silversmith and Jeweller, ptician and Sewing Machinist. Moderate Charges. punctuality, and Good Workimanship guaranteed. raralgon Bakery A. L. GALBRAITH, KE,PASTRYCOOK & CONFECTIONER TAl, L this oppoirtunity of thanking public of Trealgon. and sumounding distriett., for patronae he has received from Othem during he tfireveears, and would solicit a continuation of ,smelvors forf the future. roesries of the best quality on hand. Fruit in its' seasson. H. -E. Henden, Tobacconist, 00KSELLER, STATIONER, and Fancy Goods Dealer. ANKLIN ST., TRARALGON. Agent for Age and Leader newspapers. W. NORRIS, oot& Shoe Maker, KAYE ST., TRARALGON. Fancy Slippers neatly manle up. nurie & Co., PENTERS & UNDERTAKERS, KATE ST., near the bridge, TRARALGON. Charles ...

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

MELBOURNE .TOCK REPORTS. (From the" Merc.ury.") Messre. A M'Lean and Co. report :-Fat Caitle.-1804 drawn for. We sold 28 bullocks for Mr. Fenton, junr., to £815s. and cows at £4 10s.; 30 bullocks for MrM'Farlane to £9 2s 6d, 20 for Mr Buckley to £8 17s 6d, 18 for Mr Bodman to £9 10s, 22 cows for Mr Watson to £7, 23 for Mr M'Arthur to £6 15s, Mr Herkes' bullocks to £8 15s 9d, and cows at £4 5s,. Boland's bullocks at £8 7s Gd, and cows to £6, J. Prud. n's bullocks at £,8 bullocks from Maffrato £7 7s 6d, and cows at £5 10., Brown's bullocks to £712s 6d, and cows at £5, Swan's bullocks at £7 h, and Shaw's at £610 . We alo sold 30 calve, for hir Berkes, irom 18s to £2i' Messrs. Powers, Rutherrord and Co. ir p:,rl:-Fat cnttle.-1840 }arded, fair prý6brtion ofbwhich were good useful quality with moderate number of prime amongst them. The market opened slightly u:rder lost week's rates, and were depressed throughout, closing sales birng the worst We sold 22 cows for Mr Fred. Fenton, "Newton,...

TRARALGON MARKETS. Monday, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

TIRARIALOON MARKETS. Monday. Januart 7. A. MhLean and Co. report-Our vards were well suppled wilh all descrilitien* of cattle, and despite the zinfavorabil' weath r competition was brik, the amount of business done being vvryistisfaceory. Storebullocks from £4 C4 to £5 Is, thl latter heifg in forward -conditii.n ; steers (3-year olda), forn £3 12s tid to £3 15.; (one and.a-'hflf ear old steers) from £1 15s to £E . Store cows from £2 10s to £3; ait store cows, from £3 12s 6d to £14 i5; heifers (one and a-half year old), £1 17s; also, a mixed lot of beifers and steers, same ages, at £1 17e -I3r J Dwyer's team of 12 work ing bullocks were sold at £12 per head alliranud, these were a fine team and greatly admired. We also sold his bu'lock waeron at £27 O]0. Lapd-We sold Mr Black's Lease hold of 320 acres ata satisfattory price to vendor. At Cowwar on Tuesday, we held a clearingsalefor M r Kilmartin, at which everything sold well, the land bringing £16-per acre, Mr P. O'Brien being the p...

THE MORWELL TO MIRBOO RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

THE M1ORWELL TO MIRBOO RAILWAY. The Commissioner of Railways having, decided. to proceed with the long deferred railway authorised by Parliament in the . Patterson Light Construction Act in the latter 'part of 1880, from Morwell a growing town ship on the Gippuland'line, to 'Mirboo North, a rich agricultural district in the South Gippsland ranges, a distance of 20 and a-half miles, tenders were conditionally accepted for the work at noon last Thursday. This is the s cond occasion upon which tenders have been accepted for the construc tion of the lice, the former contractor, Mr J. White, having :thrown up the undertaking after having done; about £10.000 worth of work on, the line, consisting principally. of clearing, fencing, level crossings and earthworks. The tender of Mr John Robb, £75,870, 2s 11d. was conditionally accepted by the Board of Land and Works for the completion of the work. In dealing with the matter,.however, a deduction a ill have to be made out of this amount for w...

EGYPT AND THE SOUDAN. Cairo, Jan. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

EGTPT AND THE SOUDAN. Cairo, Jan. 4. The Eyptian Governme t has sent a ditlomat;e note to Great Britain, fo mally demanding her assistance in put ting down tile rebellion in the Soudan, and stat ng that should the lat ter refise to comply with the reqtest, Egypt will re!inqulsh i. favor of Turkey the ehole of the easte n portion of the Soudan to dtriog on the coast of the Red S&t. The whole of the Egyptian troops will then he concentmaed in Egypt proF-r, and the note concludes by intiiatg that u! der such circum stauces t c G orernment of the Kh dive will be able to d spen-e withl the services of the British army in occopa:itn.

THE LANGUAGE OF WINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

THE LANGUAGE OF WINKS. In thoseNorth American States in which the sale of alcoholic liquors is by law forbidden the chemists & druggists, who keep spirits ostensibly for medi cinal purposes, sell large quantities of them to people who are suffering from nothingmore serious than thirst. This kind of trade has, however, to be con ducted with many precautions, and in some districts elaborate codes of signs have been invented to enable customers to privately make known their illicit desires to the storekeepers. In Still water, Minnesota, for instance, to wink once is to ask for soda and rye whi.key; to wink twice and smack the lips is to demand halfa tumblerof Jamaica rum; td stand with the forefinger and thumb in the waistcoat pocket and ask mildly for banana syrup is to convey a hint that ginger brandy would be gratefully received; to wink thrice and jerk the thumb over the left shoulder implies that gin is the liquor required; and when a customer transfers his quid of tobaeco...

MORWELL. Wednesday, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

YORWELL. From our own corresponlent. Wednesday, January 9. In anticipation of the MAirboo rail. way Deing completed at an early dhet, a gertleman, named Mr. Frazer, i, erecting a saw-mill on Mr. Irvina'j farm at Mirboo, and has had his steam engine and apparatus carted out to the scene of oserations. This is a step in the right direction, and if all lhe super ior timber that is being daily des troyed in Mii boo sere utitised and for. warded to the MJetropoli., it would be a most valuable item o ep nrt. If the forest timbers of this district were preserved and cut under the super vision of Government inspectore, no doubt a large revenue would be derived from the timber trade. It is a pity to see the wholesale destructiou of V;a2 able timber that has been carried on by farmers during the last f-wv ears, but now that a railway is beeng made into the heart of that country, it is to be hoped that other energetic and speculative men of Mr Frazer's stamp will follow his example and open up...

The Traralgon Record Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1884. BUILDING SOCIETY FOR TRARALGON AND MORWELL DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

Published every Friday morning. PR1DAY, JANUARY 11, 1884. BUILDING SOCIETY FOR TRABALGON AND MORWELL DISTRICTS. IDENTIFIED as we desire to be vith the Traralgon surroundings, we ý:i iag desire also tat their importance-to be reflected onourselves-shall in crease. Knowing. that among the sources cf.that increase, in other dis tricts, the establishment of Building Societies, has been foremost, and how the people in them and around them, have benefited by. that establishment, we are persuaded that as Institution of the kind would prove a great acquisi tion to Mrnwell and Traralgon neigh. bourhoods. Building Societies enjoy all the advantages of Fiiendly ,ocietieil -on which last we also purpose pre sently to enlarge-since they enable members to count chiefly on frinds instead of friends. Everybody must pay for friends. 'The point is to get the money, and let the friendship sim mer. In England there are two thou sand Building Societies, with a capital -taking deposits and subscriptions ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

NOTICE. HAYING disposed of my business to Mr SDAVID RUSSELL & SON, of Toon. Rabbie, I most respectfully solicit, for them, the same patronage so liberally bestowed on me during the past eight years. CHAS. SULLIVAN NOTICE S-o- To the Inhabitants of Traralgon and s?r. rounding district. DAVID RUSSELL & SON, of Toon. gabbie, having purchased the business of Mr CHARtLES SULLIVAN, BLACKSMITH, TRARALGON, respectfully solicit the same patronage as hitherto bestowed upon our predecessor. All orders entrusted to our care will be executed with punctuality combined with moderate charges. £3 REWARD for information that will lead to the conviction of the "per scn who shot a white Rullock of mine,, near Cribben's bribge, Traralgon Creek GEORGE SLEIGH, Loy Yang SHIRE OF TRARALGON, -0-. TENDERS will be received at the Shire Hall, Traralg n, till II o'clock a.m. on Wednes 'ay the 1sth day of January inst. for the following works: Contract No. 157.-Grubbing, Clearinlg, Draining, and F...

MORWELL POLICE COURT. Tuesday, January 8, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

MORWELL POLICE COURT. --u-- Tuesday, January 8, 1883 Before F Haer, E-q P.JM., ani Messrs 'tinker, Quigley, and Vary, J's.P. John Spencer and Michael Lawlor on a charge of housebreaking were discharged. A witness for. tie prose cutionnamedPatrick Quigiey wva com mitted to geolfor 24 hours' for appea· ang in court in a state of intoxication Tinker v Drummond and Johnson -Goods sold and delivered, £12 5. td. Order for amount with 3s 6d costs Same v W John on-Goods sold and delivered, £2 is .8d urder for amount and 2s 6d'coata. ' Two other debt cases were ad. journed to 5th February.. At the Licensing Court the applica tion of D :Donaldson for a grocers' license was granted, - An application by HenryBarnes for. special temporary license on the Mir boo railway line was withdrawn, as applicant had no premises ready. Messrs Vary and Tinker were elec ted Licedsing Magistrates for 1884 in the Morwell licensi g district.

THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

THE GAZETTE. --o- The State Schools at Darlimurls, Mirboo North, and Driffield have been appointed polling-places for the muni cipal elections of the east riding of the Shire of Narracan, in lieu of the Post Offices at Darlimurla and M irboo North. The following applications for li censes under section 47 of the Land Act 1809, are approved-H. McAuley, cattle yards, 3s, Traralgon; Wm. H. Penaluna, store, 2r., Mirboo; James H. Allen, residence area, 2r, .Mirboo North. Grazing licenses-Hampton and Brook, 13,950a, and Michael Hennessey, 7,500a, at Moe. M. J. Brown, 32,000a, Rosedale; Peter Cle ments, 19200,, also 26,400a, Merri mans creek, Rosedale. Samuel Crisp, 27,S00a, Red Grass Hills, Traralgon. Molphy and Coleman, 10,300a, Rose dole. Angus Shaw, 67,000x, Rosedale. Richard Scott, 6,094, and 15,000a, Traralgon. George Sligh, 800s, and Charles Varney, 45,000a, Traralgon. John Wright, 187a, R saedale. Daniel Mlecauley. 99a Sr 38p, at the Tanjil,application for a lease approved Impoundi...

FRANCE AND CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

FrIA'( (E AAND CHINA. The reait n?s between France and Chinat are as c:tici as ever. Oficially the tso cot .nrics are at peace, but practica'ly it ear. The Chinese Em peror bha iIsued:a proclamation in the three prov -mees bordering on Tonquin protesting in menacing terms against French at igressien, and declaring that France I as violated the rights of China, a' ad that any further attempt on Bacninh will be resistd. In a memo. presentse d by ithe Marquis Tseng to the Chi nese 'Government, 3acninh is de crihb d as ithe key of the Chinese Empir a. Nevertheless the French persist in assuring their authority over thst place as a preliminary to peace. 3_00 Chinuo .Asnamites att.-cked the Free :h gar-isoa at iaidzuoag on the 7th,1 I t were. ept at bay by twoFrench Eunt fonts, and after several hours fight ing 1 he Chines- finally retreated. The Fret ach lost .0 killed and wounded. The French public only now appear to reali ire the sorious issues involved by a war' with China. Much excit...

ENGLISH NEWS. London, November 30. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

ENGLISH NEWS. (By the last mai'.) London, Norvem' oer,. A great strike of coal mir ers, ;ýlYect ing 120,000 men, and possi bly esnan as 200,000, is thr-atened net? santh, owing to the refusal of tlh a 1^eiprietors to comply with th- de mantis of the miners for increased ea ges. The rea of lhe strike extends f irom the West Hiding of Yorks!,ire, IsraTgli Derby Shire, M'tfli rdshire ar ,d North Wales. The cotton manu fr'roera in the north and north-east of Lnncash;ire hare giren notice of a re idsuetitn of 5 pr cent. in wag'e. If ts ,is refused by the men, the resul will be a general lock-out nffecting abstl? 120,000 hands. Tihe cotton trade' cireulars declchr" th? market to btl ecln iplete~' glutted, and av thlere isno t emapd. Business hns long beenl unprt iftab'e owing to keen foreign conmpt: .tion.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

W. T. BETTESON, KAYE STREET, AsKs for a continuation of the favors which he has received in the : past from the inhabitants of Traralgon and surrounding districts. A Large Stock of DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES; IRONMONGERY, & COR00KERYWARE To choose. from. Comparison of Quality and Prices invited. 5 per cent. Discount for Cash on all Drapery parcels exceeding £1. TRARALGON POSTAL AIRRANGEMENTS. 'MAILS' CLOSE FOR Melbourne Warragtil Daily at 7zO0 a .mQ and Drouin spa 5.20 p m. Dm well. ... .,. Waterloo Daily, rrafalgar 1 7 40 a.m. Rosedale and Daily, Sale .1115 a.m. & 7 50p.m GlWinmaggie seaton Heyfield Daily, Co9war 11"15 a.m. Toongabbie Latrobo Walhalla ' Mon., Wed.. Fri., 11"15 Happy Go a.m. Tues. Thurs. Lucky J Sat., 740 a.m. Tyers ... Teds. &SFri. 12"15 p.m. Callignee 1 Thursday, Yarram Yarram l 10 p.m. Correspondence for Mirboo must go by 5-20 p.m. mail to Morwell, Mon., Wed. & Fridays. MAILS ARRIVE FRO3 Melbourne Warragul Daily, 11"43 a.m...

Rosedale. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

Bosedale, --o From our own correspondent. On Saturday at Rosedale one of the "Times" cup matches will be played. The f llowing have been chosen to meet the knights of the willow f-om Maffra :-Messrs. Crooke, Crowe, Scott, Bowman, Rowley, Greenwell, "immons, Al'Naughton, Miller, Deaklin and Robinson. Emergencies-Messrs. Rintoull, M'Comb, Tait, W. Bowman, and D. Crooke. 'Ihe annual general meeting of the members of the Mechanice' Institute, -osedale, was held on Tuesday night, the president, the Rev. G. Wi son, in the chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed and the meeting adjourned for a fortnight as the usual statement was not ready. We are informed that there will be three vacancies in t a losedale Shire Board of - dice within the next few weks. Mes-rsBaker and Hiam retire by etliuxion of time, and Mr Finley has left the district. Intending can didate, should be looking around them and getting ready for the contest.

MISCELLANEOUS. London, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. --- London, January 5. 'I lie authorities'have reason to sus pect that the Fenians cont-mplate an attempt. upon the stations (f the Midland Ili way Company at D.rby and Bdford. Sprcial precsutions are t: vreore bting taken for their protec tion. London, January 5. Thl "Economist," commentin. uron iLe proceedings of the Victorian Tariff omnmission, argues that pro teetion hls failed to make thr colony of Vieto:i; a natlian of Artisans. Lond tn, January 5. The guns for ihe gunboats Victoria anl Albert, cons'runted for tte Victo rian Gooernmnent by Messrs. Arm strousi, liter eCI, and Co., ofNewcastle. on-l'yne, have been tested at NewcoF tie. The result ot the trial was most sati-factorr. London, January 5. Forty-four i hillings and sutpence has been ofiered for cargoes of Australian wheat, b t no basiness lhis been relortd late'y. The quotalions for New Z aland wheat is lower. London, January G. The captain and thb crew of the Briihrl-I-inia Steam Navigation Com paiiy's...

FARMING IN AMERICA. WESTERN CATTLE RANCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

-FAR1MIING IN A)llERICA. --0- (By the specia' correpondeont of the "Ausiralasian') WESTERN CATTLE RHANCIHES. A cattle ranch in America is nothing like an Austra'ian .attle. tation. If there were any pnints of rsemhuance I should state them firt, bm, there are ,rne I was goin, to say that theorly similarity is that the stock have horns, but then the horns are d fferent also, being longer in prowo tion to the ani mal than in Austndia. The wide dis similarity results from differences in the land laws, in the pastures, and in thei climate. As a general rule, the cattle raiser in'the west has neither ownership , or lease of his run. The land is owned or the United States Ge vernmeot, by whom the ranchero is .not recognised except as toe occupier of his homestead block of 160 acres. Local state laws regulate his owner-hip of his cattle, upon which he pay)s a properiy tax; but his run or "range," is only held by muntual consent. His improvements, th refore, are not exten sire, and the pant...

WHOLESALE FRAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884

WHOLESALE FRAUD. The final stage in the long-protrac ted proceedings against the Marquis de Rays and his associates in the ill fated expedition to New Ireland, was reached on Wednesday, when the accused were convicted 'and Isentenced, --De Rays to a fine of 38,100 francs and four years' imprisonmnent, and his accomplices to a similar fine and shorter terms of imprisonment. The accused were the Marquis de Rays aged 60; .Emile Samien, 43, gentle man of Marseilles; Joseph Rouberd, 54, notary, of Marseilles;1 and several others. The charges' against the prisoners were homicide by impru dence. fraud, infringement of the public companies' law, and the contra ventin of the laws of emigration. .The Paris correspondent of "The ,/Times" gives the followingo: c.ount of the case:-" In July, 1877, thi Marquis, a Breton nobleman of straightened means, who had. vainly Eonght to make a fortune in -various parts. of the world, adv.rtised land in Port Breton at 5f. per hactare as a certain swa of bec...

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