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

To the Editor of the "Taralgon L?. Si,--Will you kindly allow me Ma space to contradict a falsehood whichl. has been industriously circulated by pr' who evidently wish to do me an inju they cnn, viz., "that I took ?nYaltnge O t th0 death of the late Mr, Ad?ir by chargings higher price for bread to other thai m! own customers." There is not the slighto' scintilla of truth in the statement. YourN, 18.84, A. L, GALLBIeITI' Nov, 6th, 1884.

To the Editor of the "Traralgon R[?] [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

To the Editor of the " i'or , d2n '~ SIRon,-Can you, or any of y,.ar wt readers, infllim ie for t wiet ? ] ]t- I " Shire pound is maintaind. I I-1 cherish an old-farhionod :tat it 2a establishrents were an nio-ary Ii. - ing chiefly fir the poubhli: bit. i;. , the Trrailgon Shire ptoa ita, , 'ni tisthed I have foundi that I 1oill ;' been labouring under a detl!sll-" -. far as the one in question i, 1 ? that appears to exist chielly t r thl :.I of two or three favoured individtn a!, a, ' following facts will show :--Somi 'o.: I had occasion to impound at heast f r ? I could not find ,n owner. It wea; .: loeaed. but in due course was adv: t : be sold. As I could not attend 1?tt ,to 1 requested a friend to attend iand ttitl :. the animal at or under a stated price. !! friend did not attend the sal, a s Ia 1 both heard that there was no sale :.:: vertisod day, " as the poundkeepri lr .. at Melbourne." But he made it a; attend the sale on the f,llowinte , !?.! but the beast in question wa...

No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

The new St. Paul's Church of E;" land at Sale was opened by the BIsh°P of Melbourne, on Wednesday, number of. lergyman from oil P5u being present, and the ceremony ho very imposing. The new or contract price ofwhich was £290, ?gig used for the first time, and answenao splendidly.

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

To the.Editor of the " Tralgon lecor." Sn,-Kindly allow me to ask the C ia through your valuable columns if t °r individuals are allowed to re mo1e rL the main roads in the shire. -ly 1 t7 asking this is that lately I have nouti r' earth has been removed from the t u a nearly opposite the pound yamrs, ,?it.r being fenced off by one of oaur tept who, I believe, uses thu soil for man aUti ing purposes. If permission ca be ablate I am also desirous of applying for str therefore crave an answer. am a c Y, A TRARALGON RATEP:yE Nov. 6th, 1884.

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

OanSaturdaptlhoFrst matchb by- ie local team for tho '.5Prtrrkin Cupp' wa;' play d oh lie flist in front of Kaye. stre:t. The ground, thboligh slightly greasy, proved rvry suitable, and a Good virw could be obtained. from all the business places ,irrthat part of, the I town. Its,. gaien was _iell contes led dur:ig :Ltlio" firlt'- l? innings, Traralgon winning-by 6 runs, which was due in a great ineasure to the ex c' ?llent i.t'lit?:hof the Baker brothers, wlrile, the...:local .team fared badly asainst the bowling of D. Campbo I and itl Semmenai , they playing the bow. lint+ii6tly and iniding witih bad judg meit, two of tihe best mien being inru out. In the srcond' innings, howcver, li'e batsman :complrcelyl inastered r the bolinsg, and secured no less than 140 runs'for 6 wickets, in securing thesae they hId to contend against chance bowlcr to the nramber: of nine. The hpihet teamivas' calitainied by 1Mr :J. Mowbray, and the uisiiors.by. Mr W. Senmmens, ,whilo-Msesrs J. Campbell mid ...

TRARALGON, 2nd Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

TRAALGON, 2nd Innings. J. 3lLeanlc W. Semmens, b Camp bell 45 IT. Curran, b Semmens 0 W. laker, b It. Morgan 14 1I1 Munro, b II. Bosisto 7 J. Mowbray, retired 35 R. Wilson. not out 21 1". Williams, b W. Semmens 0 A. Baker, not out 12 Sundries 12 Totl' for - wickets 140 - BOWLING ANALYSIS. Campbell, 72 balls, 56 nms, 1 wkt; i. Semmens, 72 balls, 34 runs, 1 ivkt; Bosisto, 18 balls 12 runs ; Morgan, 24 balls, 9 runs, 1 wkt ; H. lHumphrey, 12 balls, 2 rms ; li. Bosisto, 12 balls, 8 nrus, I wkt; Shepherd, 6 balls, S runs; W. Semmens, 18 balls, 12 runs, 1 wkt ; Yeitch, 12 balls, 3 runs The Rosedale Cricket Club played their first match for the Peterkin Challenge Cup, on Saturday last, and scored a signal victory over the Latrobe Club, as in their first innings they scored 67,and the Latrobe team in their first innings made 382; in their second they were all disposed of for 81, the Rosedaleites thus scoring a one innings win. The principal bowling was done by the " colts" of each team, for...

TOONGABBIE, 1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

TOONGAllB1E, 1st Innings. D. Campbell, b W. Baker 7 G, Bosisto, b E, Baker 1 II. Semmrens, c Wilson, b W. Baker 12 II. Bosisto, b W. Baker . 4 11. Hlumphrey, b W. Baker 0 W. Semmens, b E. Baker 0 H. MIorgan, b E. Baker 4 II. Brabett, c Mowbray, b E. Baker 0 W. Shepherd, c E. Baker, b W. Baker 0 B. Veitch, not out 3 F. IImaphrey, b W. Baker 0 Sundries 1 , Total -q BOWLING ANALYSIS. W. Baker, 78 balls, 13 .runs, G wkts ; E. Baker. 72 balls, 15 runs, 4 wkts.

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

PUBLIC HOLIDAY. The undersigned have decided NOT to hold their weekly CATTLE SALES on MONDAY, 10th inst. A. M'Iean & Co. R. mackay & Co. ANTED KNOWN-That Hides, Kan. garoo, Calf Skins, k&c., are required at TRARALGON TANNERY ; also Bark. WA.NTED KNOWN.-Accomodation pad. docks for cattle and horses, 51 miles from Traralgon and same distance from Mor well, on Latrobe River. Splendid grass and water. For terms apply J. LINDSAY, Traralgon. Traralgon Record. WA'gTiI Advertisements inserted at 6d for 12 wolis, if sent in on Wednesday, with CASH. Eggs! Eggs!! Eggs!!! PURE Bred Black Spanish Fowl's Eggs, six shillsngs per doz. (guaranteed.) To be had from J. LINDSAY, Traralgon. LOST from Loy Yang Common 3 two-year old heifers, and 1 steer, branded TC near rump, and a piece out under side off ear. Five shillings reward for information| that willlead to the recovery of each, and £5 reward for information that will lead to the conviction of any person detaining any of a...

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

; NEWS AND NOTES. -0 Ase will beseen elsewhere, a public meeting has been convened for this evening at the Traralgon Court-house, for the purpose of inducing the Com mis-ioners of Railways to' establish their proposed workshops at Traralgon and we hope to see a good muster of the ratepayers and residents of the town. This intimation did not reach us until yesterday afternoon when the leader and the greater part of this issue was in type. A meeting of the Cricket Club Com mittee was held on Wednesday evening but no business of importance was transacted. The secretary stated that it was his intention to resign, but the committee would not hear of it, one member stating that it would be most unsatisfactory to himself (Mr Whitta kers) to sever his connexion after he a had beerithe means of raining the club to its present satisfactory financial po sition. Mention was made of the fact of Mr Whittakers having been the first to present trophies as an encourage ment to the members, and of th...

Correspondence. KAYE-STREET CUP. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

--n KAYE-STREET CCp, To the Editor of the Traragol lerd, Sir,--As a ratepaor, tnd cie siho takes an interest in tile Cric et i taij :" clubs of the township, tlhough perihl ai very active interest, allow v a" t hr ? bers and others have treakted" T! I ?L T. vish" with silent cont mpt 1t a' -?1. wodnls with reference s t the other a t?' question as regards the iRy-,"st ': t: 1st. lie states that the r pr l., i" lately occurred il the Criket casioned by tile collditil it..o.. I- ' club with respect to the grstoal uun ',; the matches should be pla.yed, 11 h:: this have caused a dispute I tI lr: heard the cricketers oenlp!a f t., they have been usilng, t1 whell a'?,a?, ": residents of Kaye-street a •i tlh+ . . t ' utpon the flat where th f the habit of practisig. i th, when theyv had the IWIi, lac 1' Il.i offering to subscribe t : puerhase a cup for compltitit.,, the ground in order, sve of the club took tunlra: . 0i. known, several of tholse \ihi ire!S: scribing withdrew, neverthc.cli ...

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

~ichard Mackay, AND CO., Stock, Station and GENERAL COH3IMISSION AGENTS -0 AGENIS FOR lTrist Estates, and .Mlortgagees. neoe Zealand Loan Company. National of New Zealand, Fire $ Marine Loadon and LanRashire Fire Nent Zealand Accident AUCTION SALES conductedanto'vala tions made in any part of Gippsland. LOANS negotiated on every description of Landed 'Property, Slock,and Chattels, and every kind of jlna.wial agency undertaken 1CIIHARD MACKAY & CO. hold weekly sales of lHorses, Cattle, Pigs, Sheep, 5c,, at their Traralgon Yards reery Monday. Toongabbie yards, last I'ednesday in each month. .aornell yards, last MIonday in each sonolt Latrobe yards, second Tuesday in each nonth Clearing sales-Daily. Norr-Account sales promptly rendered. FARMS. FARMS. FARMS. Valuable Farm for Sale. MONDAY, NOV. 17, at TRARAL GON. P 31ACKAY & CO.. being favored with ." iastructions from the proprietor, Wal ter Dans, Esq., will sell by public auction. on the above date, at KeIll's Commerci...

Narracan Shire Council. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

Narracan Shire Council. -0 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1. Among other items the following were dealt with : CORRESPONDENCE. From J. T. Hann, resigning his seat as councillor for the West Riding of the shire of Narracan. The resignation was accepted on the motioni of Crs Scarlett and Walsh. Cr tobinson was appointed returning officer. From Chas. Ogilvy, notifying that unless steps were immediately taken to open the sectional road he would have to close the one througl his property.-Road to be opened when funds are available. From James Gilfedder, ronrvell, aslking the council to open a road to his property.- Engineer to report. From W. Tulloch, Mirboo, urging the council to take steps to have permission granted to him to saw timber on reserve at Mirboo.-No action taken. MOTIOsn S. Cr Vary moved, Cr Robinson seconded That Mr Fowler be re-appointed secretary to the Shire and be allowed to employ a clerk, the combined salary to be £75 per annum. Carried. Cr 'ary moved, Cr Scarlett seconded That ...

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

elbou e n Ases. Saturday. I LBOUINE STAKES. 2 .,, ,,, 000eD "SO PLATE. the .Brie2.. " 'wFer) ... .. . ? "ELLING RACE. ire a sod for £250, and Iron Hand .n Tuesday. in LCPDay of 1884, surpassed all S oceaor. Thereturns show a t sndsuce of spectators than In exact estimate of the num S et can never be given, be ,,r4ion of the conrse is free. S: ss neither ride by rail, nor go ro? oibus or cab, but walk S-swa by way of Hotham and I S,.-tas, and muster on the flat. , ber who travelled by rail (ex ofpersons who used the Foote ¾ was ?i ws a2,750, against 49,065 n These figures afford a fair a f he increase in the attendance ? aking of the V.R.C. on the l r. £2S21, as against £2,862 S.fost of the tickets from the '° .-d stand are sold through a iiriirr department, The club "1 i .usan anet profit of £10,000 :t Cup neetiug. This year the Spromise to be larger than : a ;%000or!14.,000. h HERDLE LrACE. n ; leacpstanl sof 10 sors. each, 2Cis Lith o added. About three miles. - i lirLons R hingwo...

MISCELLANEOUS. London, Nov. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 7 November 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. -0o- .::London, Nov. 3. .. 'The "c holera, which has for some tiie past been decreasing in Naples, is gow reported to have entirely ceased. T : Londoi, Nov. 1. The towns of Brighton, Eastbourne, and Hastings ?on the coast of -Sussex, have been lighted by electricity from central stations. ' London, Nov. 2. In.porsoauce of the decision arrived at by the Go'vernment to take decisive nieasuresfoir checking .the encroach n6ents of tlhe Boers, the .Dorsetshire Regiment has been ordered to Chathabm where it is noir stationed, ready to em biarl for the Transvaal .ata moment's notiCe. t London, Nov. 4. a* A true bill has been brought in e, against the captain and the mate of the le yacht Mignonette for the murderof the bs boy Parker, whom they killed and ate. SThe trial will take place on Thursday le next. r The Earl of Derby proposes that the Ae Australian colonies shall appoint a council of Advice to assist Major-Gene g ral Scratchley, the High Commissioner for New Guinea. ...

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

3MISELLANEOUU . ---o-- Method of Stumlp-blasting.-F-irst be sitre and hove your powder well thawed. If it is cold weather, it freezes at .It dog. Fahrenheit, and becomes hard, when it cannot be exploded. N:w make a hole alongside of the stump, deep enough to get under the main roots. From the bottom of this hole bore in a horizontal direction to= wards the tap root. Keep on till you pass thie tap root if possible, I think the powder is not so liable to blow out the tamping, and it will do more exe cution if the charge is directly along side, or, better still, a little, past the tap-root. It takes too much labor to bore into the tap root-in fact, it is nearly impossible to make a large enough opening to hold a charge of powder, unless the root is partly de cayed. Your hole finished, insert your shores. with the exception of one car tridge. Now take your fuse, and after cutting the end off square, push it into the cap until it touches the cartridge. With a pair of nippers or the blade...

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

Fire at Sale. - The most extersive fire which ?'lias occurred in Salh f r several years t'ook ,p'ace on Sunday niight in 'the ,timler yard belonging to .: s: is' L. Jensen and Co. in YTo,-str:et. Shortly aftei nine o'clock tug m`a t i, inied Sehrreder, in tile emiiioment of Mr.. Jensen, discovered a tire in the stable adjoining t? Jnrge: woode twfo-storvl building situated at .rb t bek h of M?i Jenseu's- dwlling- hose --and sh.-p. The upper stcr , of the building was used,'aan 'r.klp, Shcltiriedler 'oceiui pying a roownti th' e rme. landing. while tlo grtoue aI of whakept or storing pur ?, - iand at the time of thl firel contaiinl a -.,?;" ?iadntity of and other buil i..- ,:Htt rial, kerosene; paints, oil, prowdr, .- e.' Fortunately tho powder was riota?rn ,to. safe ais itneo shortly ..i -r the fire was'diseov ered, or its pra?.C?nec ight have been attended witho c-, i.ritera ledanger botlh to the onl ok. rs a?-l those engaged..in, the work of i nftiuistiu?. i9oeiflames. As it.wns, ...

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

TO stand this Season at J. M'Donald's, Burnside, farm, Hazelwood, the Pure Bred Clydesdale Stallion, YOUNG ROBIN GRAY " Young Robin Gray!' is an iron-grey colt 4 yrs old, standing 17 hands high, with im meose bone, plenty of hair, and a strong con stitution.' lie has a fine temper, and has proved himself a sure foal getter. Young Robin Gray is by Duncan Gray (imported); dam Gipsy by Matchless, Matchless by Matchless (imported.) Terms: £2 10 if led; £3 if paddocked until stinted, of 'which due notice will be given; after which 2s per week will be charged for grass. .All care taken but no responsibility. .Any mares left at Mrs Keegan's, MJorwell, will be forwarded. JAMES M'DONALD, Proprietor. D. :usasei & Son, BLACK SMIT HIS, All horses shod iath care, and general neoks entrusted to our care will be 'executed with punctuality combined with moderate charges. COACHBUILDING : IHaving secured the services of Mr. H. Toohey, late of Sale, are prepared to undertake COACIIBUILDING AND...

The Peterkin Challenge Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884

Th1? hPterkin Challenge Cup. The Boolarn Club ta' ing w ithdrawn, the Hevfield team has beeni substituted then for.; 1. 'i. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1i. Traralgon v. Iorwell, at Maorwell. Toongabbie v. RIosedale, at Rosedale. IIeyfield v. Latrobe, as Heyfield.e - SATURDAY, ,YEaIBER C29. Traralgon v. Rosedale, at Traralgon. Mlorwell v. Latrobe, at Latrobe. Toongabbie v. Ieyfield, at Toongabbie. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13. Traralgon v. Latrobe, at Traralgon: Todngabbie v. ,lorwcll, at Morcvell. Rosedale v. Ileytield, at Rosedale. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3. Toongabbie v. Latrobe, at Latrobe. Rosedale t. Morecll, at Rosedale.' Traralgon a. IIyfield, at Hoytield.. RETURN IATCHES. SeriTU'IAY. JANUARY 17. Toongabbie v. Traralgon, at Toongabbie Latrobea . lcbcdiale, at Rosedale. IIeylicld v. Morwell, at Heytield. SATURDAYY, JA.NUARYi3 t1 Morwell v. Tmrralgon, at Traralgon: Rosedale v. Toongabbic, at TdoIngabbie. Latrobe v. Heyfield, at Latrobe. SATULRDAY,; FEBRUlARY 1., .. Rosedale v. Traralgon, at ilbsedae...

Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884

-o in view of the probability of Ihostili ties being resorted to in order to check the argrtssions of the Bleers, 1000 of the Royal Scots Regiment have em barked for the Cape. In the diary of JMr Frank P,.wcr. , The Times' corresponden nt at Khr tounm, which was published in "L The Argus," reference was made to the fact that General Gordon had hired the large mission premises on the Kile. To this we may add that recent files of London RPoman Catholic journals coil tain a letter front the Right Rev. Mon signor Sogaro, Roman Catholic Bishop of the Soudan, stating that General Gordon had occupied the Catholic mission station at Khartoum with the intention of making it his headquar ters. The Bishop says.that the mis sion station is the strongest building in Khartoum, and, moreover, occupies a splendid stritegical position for defer. sive purposes, having the river ion three sides, so that it cou'd only be ap preached from the town on one side. From his intimate knowledge of the place, t...

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