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

The Peterkin ChaGl y . CUG t. The l:oulara Club lihai wtit'il:: nirlae contc-t, awl icI he ryfield ticlub , o.k to fill the bliak, but 1up tOi ftl" tim: ; going to pieso, no answer , Il blc i i ". ---0-- On Wctdneclav afttl nI a mctl it t. delegates fr, tli til I )?i'o la 1,,b'. ga i., mid 'i'rralni Cricket 'l.ll. ' at lHickox's HotI. 'rara n. - gramilcl lfonat lhc; f l'to I't.ti lir: c ¢ I'....'.. Cup was arranged an follows : SATUI'rtIt ., NOVEl1I ir:] T'raralgon v. 'longabblit. ',I at .,, lRosedle v. Latrobc, at L.Itr,,.. M[orwell SATURDAYn, NOVi1ttili:: 15. Traralgon v. lroctllt, at 1rn:,,". TooIngabbie v. Riosed:le, at 1I,,l: C. Latrobe SATURDAY. NOVt:uin i :- 2:. Traralgon v. Itoedale, at Tr.1t4. 1lorwell v. Latrobe, at at:, 1,. Toongabbie SATURDAY, DE oJIt:i:rI l:I. Traralgon v. Latrobe, ait Tr Toongabbie v. 31orwell, at 31,,rit. Rosetdale S.TUIIRDAY, JANcUARY :i. Toongabbie v. Latrobe, at I.anr,,W. IRosedtalne v. lorvell, at i rt hle Traralgon RETURN lA''CTill:?. SATURDAY. ....

To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

To Correspondents. Owing to Ith extreme pressure on our space, we are unable to publish "F.ir Play's" letter in this issue, owing to its late arrival.

Toongabbie Police Court. Thursday. 6th November. (Before A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.M., and J. Bontine, Esq., J.P.,) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

Toongabbie Police Court. -0 Thursday. 6th November. -n- (Before A. W. Hwitt, Esq., P.M., and J. Bnntine, E.q.. J.P.,) Inspector of Abattoirs v. John Evans, fail' ing to produce book of brands of cattle slaughtered. Adjourned to 12th December. T. A. Harris v. C. and J. Francis, work and labor done, £2 4s 3d. Order for amount and 3s Gd costs. Same v. Thomas Timms, work and labor done, £5 15s 2d. Order for amount, and 2s 6d costs. George Wood, Storekeeper, Cowwarr, for temporary license. Granted for 3 weeks from 13th inst. Massey R. Coote, Storekeeper, Toongabbie, for special temporary license. Granted for 3 weeks from 7th inst.

Rosedale Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

Rosedale Police Court. On Wednesday John Philpp and Walter Allen were each fined 2s Gd with 2s Gd costs, for damaging public property, and Denis Sullivan and George White, for the same offence, were discharged, there not beingany evidence against them. James Herbert was fined £5 or I month's imprisonment for obscene language, and was discharged on a charge of insulting beha. viour.

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

-a MELBOURNE MARKET9. Wednesday. Messrs Dal. Campbell and Co. renport: Fat Cattle.-970 penned, mostly useful to prime quality. There was a small attendance of the trade, and the market opened dull, prices becoming easier as sales progressedl. Prime pens bullocks made £13 to £14, a few extra to £17; good £11 to £12; prime pens cows, £7 to £8; odd ones to 10 guineas. Messrs King and Co. report :-Fat Cattle. 970 yarded; demand slack owing to heavy supply of sheep and lambs, and the holiday. Prime pens, £14 to £17 ; good £11 to £1210s ; medium, £8 to £10. We sold 31 from Roc hester. Fat Shecep.-12,000 yarded ; supply of good small, and sold at last week's rates, others down. We sold 1000. Lambs.-6000 yarded; prices easier; prime, Ss to 9s; good, 6s 6d to Ts Gd. We sold 203 for Dennis and Scott, Nambrok, at s ; and 1150 others from Deniliquin, Terricks, and the North-east. Messrs Richard Gibson and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-S00 forward, of mixed qualities ; last week's rates were fully mai...

Sunday Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

Lunday Services, -0 CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Rev, J. R. Walker, at Traralgon .. 11 a.m. Eaglehawk ... 2 p.m. Searne ... .. 4 Holy Communion at Traralgon and Eagle hawk. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. J. G. Wilson, at Rosedale ...... ...11 a.m. Loy Yang State School ..3"30 p.m. Traralgon .. . 7 p.m. WESLEYA N CHURCH. Rev. F.A. Herman at Hazelwood ...... 1 a.m. Morwell 2... ... 30 p.m. Traralgon 7

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT, Saturday, Oct. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

GIPPSLOND STOCK REPORT, Saturday, Oct. 25. I. Guthridge and Co. report :-Fat eattle Demand good at prices about same as last week; bullocks sold to £8 5s, and cows to £7. Store Cattle-Forward conditioned cows and bullocks in good demand, and like. ly to be for some time, other kinds unaltered We sold at Toongabbie on Wednesday, bul locks to £5 19s; cows to £3. At affra, on Friday, larg number forward. We sold bullocks £5 15s, £5 17s Gd; steers, £4 4s, £4 15s, cows £3 ls, £3 3s. We sold bul locks, £5 3s ; steers, £3 15s to £4 ; cows, £2 2s to £3 16s: heifers (half-fat), £3 19s to £4 2s; 12 to 18 months' steers and heif ers, 21s to 32s; working bullocks, £7 10s:; milkers, £4 to £5 10s. Horses.-We yarded 70 on Saturday, but most of them were un suitable for present requirements. The mob from Bairnsdale sold to £17 10s-these were mostly light and weedy ; odd Indians, £15 to £31 ; medium draughts, to £25 ; hack neys, t £12 10s. Sheep.--Fair demand at late Uota'ons. We sold at Toongabbie ...

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

TRARALGON Mi ;HKETS Monday. Messrs English, Little, and Co. report: Store Cattle.--Onr yards crowded, bidding brisk, and nearly every lot sold. Store cows, £2 15s to £316s; milkers, £4 to £5 5s ; 3.yrs steers, £3 to £ s; 2-yrssteers, £2 to £215s ; 2.yrs heifers, £2 to £2 18s; 3-yrs heifers, £3 to £3 10s ; 12 months steers and heifers £18s to £2. Fat Cattle.-We sold cows, £4 10s, £5, £5 7s 6d, £6 12s, £7 15s, latter two good lots. Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. report --Fat cattle still realisinggood prices; stores slight, ly easier than last week. We sold fa. bullocks light weights, at £7 to £7 10s; dot heavy, at £8 2s 6d to £9 7s 6d; fat cows, medium quality, at £5 10s to £6 7s 6d; do, heavy, at £7 is to £7 17s Gd ; store bullocks, at £4 12s 6d to £5 15s. Nov. 6. We have to-day, in conjunction with R. Mbackay and Co., heldamostsuccessful clear ing sale on account of Robert Pratt, Esq. There was a large attendance, and the bid dings throughout most satifactory. We sold 300 cattle for the ...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1884. RAILWAY WORKSHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

-o (Published every Friday mosning.) FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1884. RAILWAY WORKSHOPS. -0 If Traralgon wishes to be considered as representing an active agency, in stead of evolving a succession of shells, after the way of crustaceous animals, an opportunity is before it of develop ment in the more regular form of local growth. Railway Workshops, are to be established, at points most suitable, and, on the Gippaland line, Traralgon is the one point suitable. To build them anywhere else is obviously an in version of the proper order of events. For once in a way let Traralgon have something to say for itself, and decline to accept the lower scale provincial ex istence to which its neighbors propose to consign it. A meeting has been got up, where an evident intention will be displayed to do business. Conver sation might be held, if discussion by means of speeches would be fatal. A deputation could be arrenged which would work well-and confide to a pa rental legislature the views which ac cord...

Parliament. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

,Parliament. Wednesday. In the Assembly, in reply to Mr Baker, Mr Langridge said that stump-jumping ploughs were being made'in the colony, and nhe did not consider it necessary to remove the duty. In eply to Mr Hall, Ir: Service said he Was mlaking inquiries regarding the asserted proposal on the part of New South Wales to divert the waters of the Snowy River for their own use. In reply to Mr Gaunson. Mir Berry said the Government did not interfere with gro cers' licences in the Amending Licensing" Bill. Mr Thompson Moore gave notice that at a latater stage he would move.the inclusion of the Kerang to Swn''- Hill:line in the:Railway Bill. . The house went into committee on the Railway Bill, and are now discussing the proposal to construct a viaduct between Spencerand Flinders-street stations

Mirboo. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

IYiirboo, D (FROM OUR owN CORRESPONDEXT.) o The inhabitants of Yinnar have, at e last, the satisfaction and delight of not Sonly hearing the whistle of the loco motive near their homesteads, but of Sactually witnessing it running through their parish, as the rails are now laid to the extreme end of it, and within ,,pr miles of Boolara. The physical aspect of Yinnar is flat, covered here and there with clumps of trees, in somP places somewhat swampy and scrubby, bit may be regarded on the whole as good grazing ground. It is situated about six miles from Mor well, south of and adjoining Hazelwood. There is every likelihood of a town ship springing up there shortly,- in close proximity to the railway station and State School. A concert was held in this school last Friday evening in aid of a fund for the erection of a Presbyterian Church in Boolara, which proved a great suc cess, and far beyond the expectations ef I its promoters. The chair was taken by Mr William Duncan, who opened the...

MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

MORWELL. -- A very sad and sudden death oc curred at the Eleven-mile on the Morwell to Mirboo railway line on the 30th ult., the deceased being a Mrs Morey, who resides at that place. On Wednesday she complained of feeling unwell, but on Thursday morning told her husband that he could go to his work as usual. He did so, and on his return home about 7 or 8 o'clock in the evening, found the unfortunate woman dead in bed, and lying as if asleep. Nobody had been left in the house with the deceased during the day, as her husband thought she had quite reco vered. The constable in charge of the Morwell district reported the mat ter to the coroner, stating that there were no suspicious circumstances, and Mr Howitt directed that the death be reported to the.local justice of the peace, with the view to a magisterial enquiry being held. The constable, however, afterwards wired that it was I believed the death of the poor woman 1 was caused by an overdose of chloro dyno accidentally taken. An i...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

BEGS to ieform lthe inhabitants of . orwell IH l "? d, id ibo, A first.class DRi?ESSnm KER, Also, A first-class Milliner, Who will be prepared to receive orders on and after Monday, September 8th, 1884, at the IRON STOR.E,. Tarwin Street, MORWEL L. ALL AN & CO.'S pI.lOS ~LAND OOG..ANS, Four Great Lines which have no Rival in Australia. SCUIIED HAY EB & SOEH1NEI SCHMYIIPT & ' S1U1T. TIILUBYIEBi. SMYIITH ORtGAI S.I One of the Oldest and most Renouned Makers in Europe, hllose costly Pianos are fit for any Drawing Room in the world. PLACED ABOVE ALL OTHIIERS AT THE LATE Exhibitions-Mlelbourne, & 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 GEM. Overstrunsg (double obliqoue), Triehord thlroughollt, ith full iron frame and busnoshed metal Pin Plate; having a ermaonkaly quick Touch and a fine body of Tone...

LIST OF COURTS. NOVEMBER. POLICE COURTS [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

LIST OF COURTS. NOVEMBER. POLiCE COULTS- Roscdale, on Wednesday 5th, 11 a.m. Toongabbie, Thursday 6th, 11 a.m. Traralgon, Thursdays 13t11 and 27th, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on the Friday preceding each court. Moe, on Saturday, 15th, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on Saturday, 8th. Morwell,on Wednesday, 19th, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on Wednesday, 12th.

The Peterkin Challenge Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

Se Peterkin Challenge CP?l The date of the match Hleyfieldv. orwell anf Auwell, is.to.be, arranged. by, the 4tivo lubs. . SATURDAY NOVEMBElR l . Trarigon' v. Meornwell, at M .orwell. Toongabbie a. Rodscdle, ait Rosedale. Ieyfield v. Latrobe, a' Heyfield. SATURDAY,' NOVEMBER 29. Tearalgon v. Rosedale, t Traralgon.' Voewell v. Latrobd, Lrolte. e ' ' Toongalibie v:HeyfieldI 't Tdongabbie. SATURDAY, DECEMBER1 3. Traralgon v. Latrobe, at Traralgon., Toongabbic v: 3Morvell, at owill. .. Rosedale. y. SIeyfield, at I?sedale. SATURDAY, JAN'CU tA 3.t -1 ' Toongabbie v. Latrobe, at Latrobe. Rosedale v. lorwell, it Rosedal - Tiaiai~ion'v. Ileyfield, at lleyfield. R: ': ETURN: MATCHES. SATURDAY. JANUAlRY 17. Tdoa ibbie v. 'Trrilgon, at Tooigablbie Latrobe v. Rosedale dit Rose'dle. Heyfield v. Iorwell, it IIeyfield. : S ATURDAY, JANUARY .31.3 Morwell v. Tarrlgon, at Tearalgon. Rosedale v. TSongabbie, 't Toongbbie. Latrobe v. IIcylefil, at Latrobe; SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1. Rosedale v. Trarhlgon,.at R...

Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

Rifle Club. Tie opening of the Rifle Range took place last Friday afternoon, when a very good muster of the members tur ned out, there being sixteen who par ticipated in the practice. The target is fixed upon one of Mr Row's pad. docks on the east side of the creek, and is placed in front of a steep hill, facing which a splendid level range lies to a distance of over 500 yards. On arriv ing at the ground, the secretary, Mr H. Munro, was to be seen energetically engaged in preparing the target and arranging for the afternoon's work. Those present at the appointed time, knowing that others were on the way, delayed operations for some time, so that a commencement was not made until about three o'clock, when the marker, Mr E. Davidson, lifted the red flag from the front of the target and disappeared into the earth, a pit having been dug for him, from which he was able to obtain a view of thetar get, and.by the aid of flags, to commu nicate with the shooters. Mr Peter kin, the president,...

THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

THE GAZETTE. On the 5th December six lots of township allotments at Waterloo north of the railway line, will be sold at Melbourne; also three lots at Trafal gar. The temporary reservation of 10 acres in the parish of Yarragon, for a road, is about to be revoked. Application for land not granted. George Roy, 5n, Traralgos. Application for license approved. Alf. T. Rout, rural store, 2r 33p, Mir boo north. The " Tines" Teongabbie correspon dent writes:-Over 100 gentlemen, representativeof the district of Gipps land, and several from town, assembled at the State school, Toongabbie, on Thursday evening last, for the purpose of presenting Mr Jas. Slater, president of the Shire of Rosedale, with a hand somely illuminated address, expressive of coifidence in him as a publie man, and esteem as a private citizen. Mr A. D. Hunter, of Melbourne, was in the chair, and the presentation was made by Mr C. J. Du Ve. The address, which was a most elaborate specimen of artistic ability, and framed in...

Latest Intelligence Thursday evening. London, 5th Nov. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

Latest Intelligence -0 By Electric Telegraph. (From our own correspondent.) Thursday evening. London, 5th Nov. The House of Commons to-day voted that precedence be given to the GovernmentFran chise Bill during the month of November. Serious rioting has occurred in Cincinatti during the elections, several people being killed and many wounded. Wellington, Gth Nov. The Convention resolutions have passed through the Legislative Council excepting those which relate to the formation of the proposed Federal Council, which have been attended by the expression of opinion that the establishment of such a Council is pre mature as far as the colony of New Zealand is concerned. The Oaks Day. Maiden Plate. A sweepstakes of 10 sors. each. 2 ft., with 200 added. For 3-ycar-olds and upwards, Weight for age. One mile and ahalf. Pilot (Gales) 1; Connigsby (Power) 2; Hippogriff (Williamson) 3rd Selling Handicap. A sweepstakes of 5 sovs., £1 15s ft., with 175 added; 130 sovs. and all the sweep stakes fo...

The Walhalla Line. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

The Walhalla Line. ?:e memorial wvhich was presented ,rliament soine time 'ago,. askilig I1O construction of a Steani Tram OrLight Railway from Moe via sadarra to Walhallo, con?pletent :raffic at'a speed of from 10' to.12. ' per hour, shows that between' * and 1300 tcns of meiebandi?e rnmachinery, 1000 head of cattle and )hecp and pigs are imported into lhalla annually. Thatduring the past nineteen years 'T5t10 ounces of gold, valued at ". ,JSO lhave been exported there 0'. That 41,2260ozs. l0dwt. 12grs. cg1d, valued at £142,495 9s 2d; t, egl.orted during the year" 1883; x:400 tons of rich auriferous pyritese Tht the annual consumption of ~ae woods for mining and general ap ses is 36,000 tons of firewood, *"00o feet super. of sawn timber, and r Oad and split mining timber of the ?eof.2500. That twelve miles in length of sub iatial tramroads have been construe Srithin the Borough of Walhalla for :i purpose of transit; etc., to the taiga mineo lit the time is not far; distant when Iae...

European News. FALL OF KHARTOUM. London, Feb. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

,e European N8ews. 2 ie o--Q h (From the "Argus.") 0 FALL OF KHARTOUM. te London, Fav. 2. n News of a very startling character has been received from the Soudan which confirms the rumors that were 2 current a few days ago of the fall of Khartcum. 1 A noted Arab sheikh has arrived from Khartoum, who reports that at 2 the end of September, the greater part of the garrison having deserted, Gtne ral Gordon embarked 2000 of the troops and inhabitants of the town, and steamed northwards down the Nile. The insurgents sank several vessels in the river below Shendy, completely barring the passage to Berber, only Colonel Stewart's steamer, which was afterwards wrecked, the colonel being captured and murdered, succeeded mn passing through. General Gordon, with the rest of the flotilla, was comelled to retreat, and the entire party was captured by the enemy at Shendy. The above news has not yet been officially confirmed. London, Nov. 3. This morning's papers announce that a telegram has been re...

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