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To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 November 1884

To the Editor of the "T trargoa Record.' SIn-I was given to understand that at a meeting of the committee of the Traralgon Cricket Club held a short time ago, and'at which meeting the secretary of. the. Mecha nics' Institute was present as a member of, and Assistant Secretary to said committee, it was arranged to have a concert in the Mechanics' Institute on Boxing night, in aid of the funds of the Cricket Club, and that the hall be engaged for that purpose. I now hear that one of our publicans blo been allowed to engage the hall for Boxing night, for thle purpose of holdinga dance. Whether this tas been done with the consent of the committee of the Mechanics' Institute or not, I cannot say, but if not, the sooner ans explanation is given the better for all con cerned. Yours, cY., Traralgon, 1I 1 IS} QUERY.

Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 November 1884

Correspondence. -0o Persons sending letters under this heading are requested to send in the copy of their epistles on or before Wednesday, or we cannot promise to insert same, although we at nall times endeavor to do anything within reason.

To the Editor of the Traralgon Record [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 November 1884

Tb the Editor of the Traralgon Record. SIn-I would draw the attention of the Mechanics' Institute committee to the dis graceful state of the entmnce to the reading room. On a dark night it is almost impossi ble for a young lady td plucl up oUfficieot courage to face that dark footpath at the de of the hall, with stumps, &c.; and unmade as it is. Then I-hear them say that there is enough filth, e., under thestage in the cellar to cause an epidemic. I, also, would like to have an opportunity of seeing my brother bring home something fresh, for he often makes me feel angry bringing home books that I have read over pierhps twice already, therefore I hope a new assortmeut of books may soon fillthe shelves. Thanking you, Mr Editor, if you insert this, I am, ELIZA S1811184. "AIZ N E.

FLYNN'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 November 1884

FLYNN' CREEK. (From our own correspondent.) -0 Our school has been closed as well as that at Upper Flynn's Creek, for the Lst fo.tnight or nearly so, in con Geqoence of the illness of lr Barclay, the teacher. However, I am glad to eoy that his health is improving, and e hopts soon to be at his post again. We miss his kind .ook and genial face from amonogt us, and many and sin cere are the wbivhes expressed for his speedy recovery, and return to his duties, in lhich he has given general srtifaction for thl" p- at thirteen years. ,s a resu't of the eff-ort of a few of olr lost pronunenat rsidents, a tele r,h offttice has jast been esta lished in eneuxion with the railway station bere. This wi llprove aeoaveaience, ,,t only to the Railway departmtnt ttteselves, but to the publ e in gene rai I uuderstan a thn an operator is to be sent fora Me lb turne at an early date, t, get things into working order, and toi stiate our stationmaster into sll the myst-ries of t legraphy--of which I bel...

Parliament. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 November 1884

Parliament. Toesady. In the Assembly Mr 3M'Lean asked ith Commissioner of Railways if the(overunment would inclode the sum of say, £100,000 ir £150,000 in their next loan bill. for the pur pose of constructing a few test lines of light railways or steam tramways, on the inarrow gauge principle, suitable for aountaitlotul country in such localities as may be tdeld't most suitable. Mr Gillies in reply said they did not pro. pose to do so, but that he iutrndelt to ks: 'Parliament to vote a sum of money for mak lug surveys, with a view of acquiritg inforl mation as to the best means to be adopted to give railway facilities to those who resided in mountanious districts. Wednestay. In the Council, the Assurance Fund rlay. ment Bill and lResidence Areas Act Amened ment Bill, passed all their stages, and the Land Bill was further considered in committee. A number of tMrCuthbert's new clauses were carried, including one providing that the right of occupationof gra?ing bloeks he sold by aucti...

MORWELL POLI E COURT Wednesday, Nov. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 November 1884

MOitWELL POLI E COURT. -o Wednesday, Nov. 10. Before A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.M. Police v. Howard Tonkyn : setting off fireworks in a public place. Fined 10s. Francis Rout r. A. F. Rout: work and labor, £16 1Os. Settled. Francis Bout v. Matthew Rout: work aid labor, £12 18e. Settled. William Scarlett v. Alf ed Rout: gcods sold, £5 15s 31d.. No appear ance. Struck out. William Scarlett v. A. Gray: goods sold, £1 Os Sid. No appearnce. Struck out. Robert J. Brier v. Go:rge Martin: goods sold, £14 17s 1:d. &rder for £14 Is l-d, with costs. Robert Burrows v. William Scarlett: illegal detention of a bridle, value £2 5s. No appearance; struck out. William Williams v* John Irving: goods, £5 Gs lid. Settled. Jane Murdoch for transfer to Wil liam. Miurdoch of the license of the Cricketer's Arms hotel, Mlorwell. Granted. Margaret iMaher v. Patrick Maher: using threatening words in a public place. Fined £2 with 2s Gd coste.

Jeeraling. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 November 1884

Jee'raling. -0 - (rloaM (iUII OW COoiESPIONDI;Nr .) Tuesday. Menrit g about the wonderful'im provemrntt, that had taken place in this district, I was curious, and deter mined to go and see for myself. On the , ccasion of my last visit some three years ago, I found the selectors very jubilant over the flict that the shire council were at least about to make a rotd for them. To my surprise I found the road to consist of a pack track ab utt 15 or 16 feet wide. T e greatest indignatin exists among the settlers about Ihe manner in which they have beeo treated in the matter of roads. The first selection called at was Mr Tulloch's, wh , ha+ a gool piece of serub clearedl anld sown with artificial grass, which is lo king maanificent. Mr Tu'loch has come very sOjstantial imprt venilscs in cow I ouses and pig gerits. lie el.ts to thave hle . ed the lesson thot our frmers or.. si, long to learn, viz.--habt it pays it take care of your cattle M.- Beal,-' selec tioln further up the range was our...

MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 November 1884

IORWELL. at --o- The Colonial Bank authorities have devcldtd to open a branch office in a this township, under the supervision dt of the Tarralgon office's manager, Mr sl H. C. Jones. The office, I hear, is to be loally under the care of sIr M'In;osb, om an to be opened on Monday. Diamond Drill. On Wednesday, the residents turned T out n a body to celebrate the formal a commencetment of the Morovell Coal el Pr spectimg Company's operations at in Billy Creek, near MAr Morris', Mr 3P1illiin'e, and Mr Firmi, junr.'s fhid, abu tt seven miles from Morwell, sh in the l.z.lawood district, and before M two o'lock Lot tkss than about 60 per- to rons were present, including gentlemen to from al prts of the shire. l.uOt seven months ago a diamond g drill s:us ot tained to prospect for coal to the south of the present site and was w, rktd some considerable time, ouring which the bogus company that ltotrttl it never phid a pound in wages tIL e umc, who oly received during six matoh: a faw pounds...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 November 1884

POSTAGE BiATES, On and after Januarey 1, 1881, VICTO IAN. Letter:-For ocry loz, or under ... 2d Packets-For every 2 oz, oru!er .. 1: ooksr, etc.-For every 4 oz, or under.. Id N ewrsppe s--E:rth ... ... '. Bulk pa:rcels posted by a rcgiered lewurspper putbli her, or newse. v. ndor, per lb. ... ... Id IN'TERICOLONIAL. Let e,:-FoT every loa, or under ... I2, 'Po.t Card,- Additi~tnl stamp ... Id P.iuket so Borl, iewsp rpets, etc.-Same ai Vicrourit. MW ?@@@t , ??E3?,T @@ AT W. T. B .ETTESON' S DRESS Materials, Trimming:, Buttons, Laces (new Ehades), Frillings, Sunshade s, Hosiery, Underelothing. Noe Slhapes in Trimmed I-IHas and Bonneta, Ifaunts Do, Gloves, Feathers, and a splendid assortueant of New Flowers. Flann lis, Calicoes, Sheetings, Print?, Cretonnes, IIollands, and Shir ings, all of ft r value and good qualit. A girand ;rie y i, Men's Trousers and Vests, Shirts, Boys do, Sh'rtls Hata, Collars and Ties to sa!e, t from. REM EMBER W. T. BETTESON'S General Store is just round the Co...

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 November 1884

MELBOURNE MlARKET. Wednesday. Messrs A. 3'Lcan and Co. report :-Fat Cattle.-1270 forward. There was a slight rise on last week's prices, especially on prime and heavy sorts. We sold Mr D. t['Cole. senr's, bullocks at £8 1is Gd, and M'Cole, junr.'s, to £7 12s Gd. MIessrs King and Co. report :--Fat Cattle. -1270 yarded ; demand good forbest, which were better by about 10s; prime pens, £14 10s to £15 12s Gd; good, £1 10s to £13; mediuni, £8S to £S 10s. Sheep.-22,000 penned ; large number stores and half-fat; good in fair demand, others very low. Lambs.--000 penned; no improvement on last weeks low rates ; prime shorn merino wethers, 'Js d to 11s; good, Ss to 9s ; mod dling to 7s 6d ; best lambs to 7s Gd ; good, 5s Gd tb Gs. We sold 200 sheep antd lambs. lMessrs Da!. Campbell and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-1270 yarded, a fair proportion of which were good and prime, the balance of which were medium to inferit r. Prices for best were a shade better, but for second qualities about the same a...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 November 1884

PART of SALE (No. 6146) of Crown b Lands in fee simple, at the auction rooms of Messrs Gemmell, Tuckett, and Co., o Collins-street west, Melbourne, on Friday, the twenty-eighth day of November, 1884, at 2 o'clock p.m. hI TOWN LOTS. Mirboo North, parish of Mirboo, county of a Buln Buln, at the terminus of the MIorwell and Mirboo railway line. Upset price, £25 per lot. Charge for survey, £1. Lot 1, area Ir 30 i-10p, allotment 14, section 1. Lot ht 2, area Ir 32 8-10p, allotment 13, sdction 1. ft Lot 3, area Ir 38 7-101,, allotment 11, section 1. Lot 4, area 2r 1 7-10p, allotment 10, sec tion 1. Los 5, area 2r 8 4-10p, allotment 9, no section I. Lot 6, area 2r 7 4-10p, allotment sl 8, section 1. Lot 7, area 2r 6 4-l0p, allot. ment 7, section 1. Lot 8, area 2r 5 4.10p, allotment 6, section 1. Lot 9, area 2r 4 4-10p, allotment 5, section 1. Lot 10, 2r 3 4-10p, allotment 4, section 1. Lot 11, area 2r 2 4-10p, allotment 3, section 1. Lot 12, 2r 25p, allotment 1, section 1, Lot 13, area 2r ...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21, 1884. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 November 1884

-o (Published every Friday mo ning.) FRIDAY 2OVEJIBER 21,?1884. NEWS AND NOTE?. -o An infant son of Mr John Stratford, of Poowong, was accidently drowned on Sunday in a waterhole near the house. An elder brother, a lad about 13, who got the body ourt, nearly lost his own life in doing so. A rumour of a sensational nature was current in the city (says the" Age",) on Monday to the effect that a very serious outbreak had taken place among the pri:onera in Pentridge gaol. Upon inquiry on the spot we learn that a disturbance occurred at about noon on Sunday, during the dinner hour. Whilst the prisoners were dining one of the most refractory of the number, who has on previous occasions given trouble, raised a clamour about his knife, which he said was not sharp enough or fit to cut his meat with. Be:ng told to be quiet he became abu sive to one of the attendants, and was thereupon ordered by the chi f warder to leave she table. As he persisted in disobeying the order, and threatened viole...

ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, Nov. 17TH. CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 November 1884

ROaEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. --o- MONDAY, 1\0ov. 17TH. CORRESPONDENCE, From Peter Hill, Old Rosedale, rr calling attention to bad and dangerous C state of road between Messrs Bowman 2 and Young's properties, lower Eagle hawk; also to bad gully near Gadd's corner. B From G. Wood and others, Cowwar, as urging the council to devote attention l, to Cowwar drainage. 2, From Mrs Thoburne, stating that L, she being a widow was entitled to run 1. four head of cattle on the common gra- te tis.-Granted. 8 From Mrs Chapple, asking for samen m conceesion.-Granted. al From D. T. M'Kenzie, mail con- a tractor, calling attention to bad state at of road between Talbot's and Four- at mile Swamp, on Porrt Albert road. 23 From P. O'Brien, Cowwar, asking B, permission to erect a fence on the road Mf at Cowwar, to protect alive hedge. lo1 From John Sykes, Flynn's Creek, an again complaining of bad state of road between his homest ad and his recent selection. From James Vincent, Rosedale, stat- th ing that th...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 November 1884

A\D CO., Stock, Station and GENERAL C'O)[MlISSION AGENTS -o AGEs 5 FOt 'lrust Estaaes, andl lortgaCecs. Fete Zeo'ad I. ll' Companlly. .'ational of ,\'aw Zralaod, Fire , M?rine London anl Laoashire F'ire New Zea!,nt! Arr'ident AU1CT ION S i l'S cosndterd ana 'alaa tots t?.:!c in any part of Gippsland. LOANS nsgo'ied on: eecry derscription of Landed l?aierty, Stock,anod Chattels, and escry :i,' nd J fiaeaMl aseocyt undertake, RCIIAliI) MACKAY & CO. hold wreckly sales of lorses, Catlle, figs, Sheepl, Sc., ct their Trarilgrn ?ards crery MJonday. eona!.5" y,:'rd, last tWednesday in each month. 31orwell yards, as londay in aceho moth Latrobe yards, 'eco! Tutesdany i cach month Clarig sales--Daily. Nor"--.!canet so es promptlly tendercd. TRAl I, GcON', fITNDAY, NOV. 24 11" 11 . Holtszs. A IAClK.\Y fT CO. have received in 1 struellin< to sell by auction at their yardn. T l :I-,s on the above date I iheaiy Drauht 14 rs old Colts, by ''rine of Wales" (1atilra), broken ill q...

The Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 November 1884

The Land Sale. -3----' On Monday the most successful c sale of township allotments ever held in Traralgon was conducted by Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. The land is situ ated about half a mile from the town- t ship, on the west side of Mr Breed's slaughtltr-yards, and the vendor was M[r Peterkin of this town, who had cut up his paddock of 30 acres into z & I acre allotments, which brought an average of about £30 per lot. This land was purchased some two years ago for about £4 per acre, and previously belonged to a blacksmith named Phil -ips. The auctioneer stated that Mr Breed had agreed to remove his yards about the beginning of the new year. (We are glad to see that this gentleman has the good sense to take steps to re move this objection, for it will save any further unpleasatntnesa , he being a fa vorite with a large number of residents who, however, had strong opinions about the necessity of his early eradi cation of what they considered a reri ous nuisance.) The land is in ...

European News. MISCELLANEOUS. London, Nov. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 November 1884

European 'NeWs. --0- (From.the "Argus.") MISCELLANEOUS. ----o London, Nov. 15. The British Government is carrying on negotiations with the powers for the purpose of obtaining their sanction to the occupation of Egypt by England for a long period. London, Nov. It;. The "Nord-Deutche Zeitung", the semi-oflicial organ of the German Government, urges the French Govern ment to annoy the Australian colonies by sending convicts wholesale to New Caledonia. The " Journal des Dobats," one of the leading French paper,, commenting on this advice, opposes it strongly. London, Nov. 18. The negotiations which are being carried on between the British and German Governments with respect o German claims In new Britain and New Ireland do not, it is announced, commit England in any way. Paris, Nov. 14. The latest news fr.m China reports that, notwithstanding the negotiations for peace, military operations are being continued, and the French force under Admiral Lepses has now occupied Tamsui, in the isl...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 November 1884

POSTAGE RATES, On and after January 1, 1884, VICTORIAN. Letters-For every loz, or under ... 2d Packets-For every 2 oz, or under .. Id Nooks, ete.-For every 4 oz, or under.. id Bewspapers-Each ... . . 4d Bulk parcels p sted by a regiltered newssj:per publishler, or news. vendur, per lb. ... ... Id INTFl.tRCOLONIAL. Let es--Fo every :z, orunder ... 21 PoTt Catd,- AdJiti.nal stampi ... id Parkets, Books, Yewsp ,pcrs, etc.-Same as Victorian. WANTED Advertilc-ments-Waanted, To Le:, and For Sale-Gd for 12 wuortl, if sent with cash on or befole Wedaeedayc. CXRISTMAS CARDS. NEW YEAR'S CARDS, CHRISTlMAS CARDS. From Id Each At H. E. IIENi]ER'S FRANKLIN-STREET, TIRARALGON A Nice Assortment of Crewel and other Silks, Transfers Flourishing Threads and Cottons, &c. &c. CHRISTMAS CARDS, and PRESENTS Fon OLD AND YOUNG D. Russell & Son, BLACKSIITHIS, All horses shod with care, and general works entrusted to our care will be executed with punctuality combined with modemte char...

North Gippsland Show. Prize List. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 November 1884

North Gippsland Show. Prize List. Draught Entire.-R. Harper, New ry, King o' Scots, 1 ; J. Cobain, Tri umph, 2 ; J. Cobain Topsman Again. Draught Entire (colonial breed) R. Harper King o' Scots 1; J. Mur phy Young Tallyrand 2 ; J. Watson, Gunshot, 3. Thoroughbred Entire-T. 0. Mac kintosh, Petrick, 1; G. Davis, Gon dolier, 2 ; G. Davis, Welcome Jack, 3. Thoroughbred Mare.-G. Davis 1 ; W. Pearson 2 Fifteen stone Hack.--W. Pearson 1; W. Montgomery 2; S. R. Dawson 3. Eleven Stone Hunter-W. Pearson 1 ; W. E. Power 2; J. Little 3 Lady's Palfrey-W. Little, junr, 1 Fifteen Stone Hunter--J. Keogh 1; G. Davis 2; F. Jones 3. Eleven Stone Hunter-S. R. Daw son, 1st, E. A. Johnson-Bee, 2nd; S. R. Dawson, 3rd. Pair Buggy Horses--W. E. Bower. Single ,, -W. E. Bower. Spring Cart Horse-J. Swan, 1st prize,same horse three successive years. Trotting Horse in saddle-D. T. M'KEenzie, Port Albert. Walking horse in saddle-P. Bren nan, Woodeide.

Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 November 1884

Parliament. In the Legislative Assembly Mr Deakin moved the second readinig of the Workrooms and Factories Bill. It is a measure of widt sweep. English legislation has been followed to a large extent, and with two or three ex ceptions the recommendations of the Shops Commission are adopted. T'here are 2100 factories in the colony; the invested capital amounts to £8,500,000; the sum annually paid ill wages is £55,500,000 ; and the employees number t15,000. These figures are suppldied by Ir Ilayter. In addition, 30,000 persons are employed in shops. Every placeof busi ness in wshich persons work for hire at a handicraft, or where mechanical power is used, comes under tile definition of a factory. Workrooms ann factories are to be subject to regular inspection, in order that the health of the employees may be promoted, and tile pro visions of the bill enforced. The eight hour's question is lot touched, but in certain cases the number of hours per week for women and children are to be l...

LIST OF COURTS. DECEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 November 1884

. ;. LIST.;. OF COUIT?S- .p DhSEMBEII. P?fy Se.sionb and Eli'Cnsing Courts will' be heldias follows - i' - Fi 4r, ' I W oe -T)VerIo ay Idtl ., -t 2 p.m.l he . IEctk iti+1ILhtthjonloedn'ca4 3r,1.' Morwell.-Tlursday l1th, at 9 n.m.! The - .Clerk will attead.nn Thuriday 4th.. , . Traralgon, Thursday 11th, ata3 p.i. The ClerklwilLattend on Friday 5th. * Tongabbie, Friday 12th, at 11 a.m., The Clrik will attend on Saturtday 6th. llosedae, Thursday 18th, at 10 a.m. 'Thie --Clerk will attend at the losedale oflice on [ondays Sth and 15th.' IPublicai8s, Grocers,' ashd ,thers desiring tren?wal of'tlihirliccnses'1U6ST PRODUCE r er cisti aElicenses'attha Licnsipng Court

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