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

Local Option. -o- A Public 'Meeting was held last night in' the Mechlinics' Hall, when an address of considerable length on the subject of "Local Option" was deliv ered byMr John Vale, the secretary of the Victorian Alliance. 'The Rev. F. A. Herman 'occupied the chair_; while the Band .of Hope choir during the evening sang temperance hymns and songs. The chilaman, in introducing the first speakeir,?Mr Vale, who was' well received, excused himself from dilating, .on the subject at band, 'nainely Local Option. Mr Vale,'in hiseopeningro marks stated that any one, desirous of qiuestioning him waould have an oppor tunity of'doing So as: it was the desire of the Alliance that every :informatone should be afforded 'the :people. He gave, various opinions of the remedies necessary to lessen the . drink traffice evil. The publican blamiing the gro cer, and advising the abolition of their licenses. The grocer stating that 'by being able to obtain spirits froin lhem the public were not subjecte...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 November 1884

-o (Published every Friday morning.) - FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28, 1884. No ONE in Traralgon need be remark ably learned or profess, to proceed only. on strict rules of reasoning, in order to demonstrate and maintail a con clusion that some sort of a temporary market-if only a series of sheds and shanties-ought at once to be provided as storehouses and as shelter for poultry, dairy and farm produce, and perishable cormtmodities "in tran sited" to Melbourne or other centres of population sand trade. To give cur rency to the project--as we desire to do-ought to insure its credit. Our immediate requirements, in the above respect can be answered without wait ing for a new market constructed on the very best principles and with every modern improvement. A market of some sort involves a "Committee," which after the manner of Committees, will resolve itself into an improvement committee, one of the countless satel lites we hope to see revolving round the Central Shire Planet, each a shin ing orb, ...

European News. MISCELLANEOUS. London, Nov. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 November 1884

European News. -0 (From the "Argus.") MISCELLANEOUS. --o London, Nov. 22. In the House of Commons last night Lord Edmond Fltnmaurice, Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs, stated that the efforts of Her Majesty's Government to mediate between France and China had proved fruitless. "Reuter." London, Nov. 23. The French Government have an nounced that they intend to remain in occupation of the ports of Kelung and Tamsu, in the island of Formosa, until China yields to their demands. Advices have been received from Admi ral Courbe-, reporting another victory over the Chinese. Paris, Nov. 24. A demonstration of the unemployed took place in the city yesterday, cul minating in serious riots. Eventually the cavalry were called out, and the rioters dispersed. The police have made over a hundred arrests in connection with the outbreak.-" Reu ter." London, Nov. 24. It is stated that the conference held on Saturday between Mr Gladstone and the Conservative leaders has brought about a "rapprochem...

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT, Saturday, Nov. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 November 1884

GIPPSLGND STOCK REPORT, Satusday, Nov. 15. SMessrs English, Little, and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-lMarket about same ns last week. Pigo.-Goold demand. On Saturday wenyar ded at Sale about 120, which sold-Slips, 8s to Ios ; small stores, 12s 6d to 15s ; large do., 165 to 19s Gd. Sheep.-Both fat and stores selling fairly, At Slkt we sold a number of Lincoln rams, 2-tooth, bred by kIE E ~ath, Learmonth, from £3 to £4 15s, Ihorse.- Good upstanding Indians and gun horses in request, others easier. We quote-Indians, £18 to £26 1 'bus and coachelrs, £14 to £20 ; draughts, £18 to £35; light harness sorts, £9 to £16 10s.

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

. TRARA LGON it h.IRKETS R. Mackay anid Co. report for the` weeli gudilog the 2th?iust. -At oui salt, Traral gon, on ,Monday last, the sy-ats wyrt well supplied with cattle; hlores, and 'shli. We sold steers,at £3 Itis;Ie cifers at £4 15s; store 'billiocls' at £4 10s; nmd 2 teaams'ti worke~r;at satif'tfory prices to vendaay hoi?es-A .ood number of horses iat nearly ull 'sold. Mr John Kings 2yr olds bhrining good prices. We sold heItry draught horses to £22; fillies ttrr£1 15s; colts, to£1d 15s; netdium rit'hight h1trss td 'lt1; fillies to £17 10s; colts to. £1 ,5s; mihackl brotken in. to £14.15s; ambroken, to £10 10s; ponies to £9.. Sheep.-oWettsold ewes it 8si; lambs at At our sale; Tourgabbie, ont theo 2ath, there was a good supply ofSittle forward. tIe soll cws to t£5 I5s steer" to £4.1 We also sold several lots of sundrics1 nt satisfac Sforyptices. ;1,l ? tit ti . We sold privately during the week 2a tains oftorrkiigO b1ullocks, for £1.40 and £150. SAt our land sale on the 24th ...

TRARALGON POLICE COURT Thursday, Nov., 27th, 1884. (Before A. W. Hewitt, Esq., P.M., and Dr Morrison J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 November 1884

TRARALGON POLu[CE COURT Thursday, Nov., 27th, 1881. (Bef re A. W. H'witt, Esq., P.M1., and Dr Morris .n J.P. Police v Frederick Sherwood, 'alias' Jones: Larceay--Remunded to Wal halla. H. At'Auley v. H. Walker: Board and lodgings.-Settled. Galbraith and Son v. Taylor: Debt case-Struck out. F. Fuge's application for a house at Tyers road was withdrawn, to allow of of his making a fresh applic.tion on the date of the Annual :Licensing Court. h'ios. Mitchell was granted a tras:.? far of the li'enee of the Tlaralgon hotel from Kate Mitchell. Frank G. Hickox applied for the transfer of the Club Hot 1 license from Ellen Hickor, Granted.

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

To the Editor of the 'raralgon Record. SIn--Replying to "Query's" letter pub lished in your last issue, I have to state that he has been misinformed on both points. Ist. The hall was never engaged by the Cricket Club for Boxing Night, as can be seen by a glance at my books, which are open to " Query's" inspection ; and 2nd. That the hall has not been engaged "by one of our publicaus for a dance," for that night, but has been taken by the secre tary of the Sports Committee. Yours, kc., HARRY C. JONES, Hon. Sec. Traralgon Mechanics' Institute. Traralgon, 26 11 I84. [Ed. "T. R."-We have been shown the book in which the engagements for the hall are entered on applicants applying, and no ticed that the secretary has an entry made in September, which reserves the hall for New Years' Night. With respect to the 2nd point, Mr Hickox stated, at a public meeting 're' sports, that he had secured the hall.

To the Editor of the Taralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 November 1884

To the Editor of the Trraralon Rtecrd. Sir-In reply to ElizaJane's letter, I would first, with your permission, point out that the writer has evidehtly no conception of the difficulties with which the Traralgon 1ecc hanics'committeehave had to contend,butbe ing ina fretful, captiousmood, thus seekstore lieve herself by a long list of :complaints. Eliza Jane would like to have lamps (per haps) at each angle of the building, stumps cleared, cellar filled in, and new books every quarter. So would the Mechanics' commit tee, ?Ir Editor, but these things cannot be procured by means of a magic wand at once, the Golden Calf of the 19th century-money -is required for this, and unless the commit tee are backed up by the public in a hearty, energetic manner, these improvements must necessarily be delayed. Remembering that the lMechanies' building is the property of the community at large, I would ask "Eliza Jane" whether the committee (whose services are freely given) are backed up by the publ...

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

Latest IRCIteiigil ce -a By Electric Telegraph. (From our own correspondent.) Thursday evening. A brother of the murderer \rain wright, executed for the atrocioul murder in 1875, and sentenced far aiding and abetting to seven jptr penal servitude has been discoveredin Melbourne, under an assumed noae, in a position of trust in a large fir here. Suspicion as to his idere"t having been aroused. Mr J. M. Grant is better, as il Dr Gilbee. The bookmakers issuieg tickets without names of horses, and alleg io when winners claimed bets that anoe ther horse had been backed, have been obliged by Mlr Byron Moore to "stump up."-The omission having been can tray to regulations, and mistakes re quiring to be paid for. Race for Presidentship of Les?,ia tive Council (Mitchell, deceased) McBain won by several lengths.

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

Caledonian Sports. By Electric Telagraph. SALE, Thurrs3y. The above sports were held teBn and were a great success, the e?u.e being fine and the attendance li For the principal events the followig were declared winners . Caledonian Handscap. let Event-Kinna 1, Pearce 2, Be well 3. 2nd Event-Kinna, Pearce, Bun? 3. 3rd Event-Pearce 1, Burns ., White 3. Final Result-Pearce, 7 points; Kinna 6 points, Burns 3 points. Bicycle Bace. Beard lst, Robertson 2nl, Biggaley 3rd. Obstacle Race. Cartledge 1st, Davidson S2 i Pa8are 3rd

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

Just Arrived !! Just Arrived !!! NEW GOODS, ME W G@ODS AT W. T. BETTESON'S IIESS Materials, Trimnming ,. Buttons, Laces (new shadee), Frillings, Sunshades, Hlosiery, Undrcelothivg. - ew Shapes in Trimmed lHats and Bonneta, Infants Do, Gloves, Feathers, and a splendid assortmcut of New Flowers. Flannels, Calicoes, Sheetings, Prints, Cretonnes, Ilollands, and .Shirtings, all of fa r value and good quality. A grand variety in Men's Tron v,,s an I Vests, Shirts, Boys do, Sh'rts, lists; Colltar and Ties t ,eiL?t romm. W. T. BETTESON'S General Store is just round the Corner, near the Post Office. COME, SEE, and JUDGE for yourselves, whether he still merits a continuauce of that slpport, which the public have so liberally, ac torded to him for the past seven years. I: To standt this season at \Ir Fred Dnsher't. 'fahn' Traralrn Sbihtlt' " !.iTlre celermthd Sheotland' i f~oa - Stallion. Y'OUNG DUKE OFiARGYLE (Latc.property of J;. Diunbar, Esq.) Terms on appliceatisn t - . . : "': M 'RED DUSH...

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

MELBOURNE MIARKET . Wednesday. Messrs Richard Gibson and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-1300 penned for week's supdly, Only small proportion were prime. Owing to weather being cool and favorable, prices advanced 10s per head, prime pens bullocks fetching £10to £1310s. Extraprime higher. We sold 200 for various owners. Fat Sheep. -20,000 forward, only small proportion being suitable for trade ; sales for such advanced Gd to Is per head forgood and prime wethers, other descriptions also firmer, best merino wethers making 9s Gd to 10s, extra higher ? crossbred do., 13s Gd. We sold 5300 for dif ferent owners, Messrs Powers, Rutherford. and Co re port :-Fat Cattle.-1436 yarded; few were prime quality, although large proportion were good, useful beef; market opened briskly, all good rns in reqest at further advance. We old 15 biollocks for Mr Dennis O'Brien, Cow warr, £10 15s to £11 5s; cows for same ow ner at £9 ; 4 bullocks for Messrs W. A. and C. J. Webb, £14 5s to £15 2s Gd, averaging £14 13...

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

THE PAZETTC k 4 . Heyfield h?s been appointed a place at Ewhicl Courts of Petty Se ionsa? bleholden. : Afoe.-The" t mporary reservnjion by Oder of 24th June, 187.iS of 7700 acres, srlore or less,~of land-ia the p oislies of Moo0 and Yiraragon,. ,as a rite-for-the use of the 1 oilvay .e partmeint is aýdut tQbe r?e?lked, so far a. regards tlhe portion thiereof lying south of the Gippaland ailway dline, and comprising an area of 5300. acres more orosl.. Transfer approved=Robert Mar-: ringe to' W:B. Balderson, 3r lp, l'ra ralgon . Lea?e transferred-VW. T. Betteson to 0. Mrraige, il1a Ir 98p, Loy Yang. Applications for licenses approved.- John Rabilly, 111a, G'enmaggie; Henry Snowdenl, 7.la,'Gldomnagie and l'ianthnb: Dilvid Turner,,00 a,.Callig ibd ; Leuwis' lBnnett. 141a, Traralgon; Miichael.Donoran, .320a and Thomas Bolger, 319a, Bulgeree ; Martin Dono voi, is6a, Traralgon; Hugh A. Fisher 50,Loy Yang Eloward Fair bairn,43a, Budgeree; James Drane, 80a, Loy Yang; Daniel D w! r, 300a, Bud...

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

- a1,e , wllaaeos. ,; --o The War Office authorities (says the "St. Jame's Gazette'") seem at Iast to have solved one of the most intri cate problemis of the day.; For -some time past 'here has been anialmost uni Teral..call from the thirsty public for stoeo kind of alcoholic drink which may l.e imbibed withorit proceeding the terrible moral anud physical' effects" affriltiecd to spiritous liquorsP At teml Ii have from time to time been been to i;:treluce drinks alleged to meet ta: r:quirement; but they have, as a ruil pros ed utter failu es, owing to tho ab n:o of any exhilarating prgporties' an t' : lubltitutes for stimulaits:i-ft '::: for the R,yal victualling-yard at Dei?.cprd to find something 'exactly : ui?]- ti ,the exigencies -of' the situa tion. - The chief stlrulant for ordinary us, .nmong the: men 'ricahgle ii nthe iNile faotila, it is stated, will be' rum, .awhic.i, being sent out iniiablage "qniis titie- f'rai Dleptford, but not in a eon di::o: to weh;h objection could,...

Sunday Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 November 1884

iiundaiiy Servacets, I~i.A` tl UR, or ENGL.\D Rev. J. I. Walker, at C6iliHne. 11 q.n.--. -lynan's Crcek 3 p.m Traralkoii. : .;:: " 7 PIIESI}TERTIANi OCURCII. Re.i' . ' .\vilson; a t Traralgon .1 a.m.i -, Hazelwooil-North ... 3 pm. 3.MoJiell `. i W \1-ESIEY N CIIURCII. Rev', J: A. Osborhe, A Traralg-i?" I 11 a.m. . Todngabbi. :. i m. Traralgons. 1., 7km

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

Richard M~ acDy., Stock, Station and. GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS -0 AGEItSS Fn Trust Estates, and .IlorItga:es. Newo Zealand Loan Copaoy. National of New Zealand, Fire r Marine London and Lamnashire Fire e?ew Zealand Accident AUCTION SALES eonductedarals.im tions.made in any part of GippsoondL..i LO'ANS negotiated on every description ot Landed Property, Stock, and Chattels, and every kind of jinascial agency undertakes R1CHARD MACKAY. & CO. hold weekly! Ssales of Horses, Cattle, rii, heLep, e., at their Traralgon lards every .londay. ?Toongabbio yards, last IVednesday in-each month. idorwell yards, ast Jlonday in each month Latrobe yards, second Tueisda? in each month S;Clearing sales--Daily, NOrE--ecotntits sale pr'mmptly rendered. TRARPALGON, MONDAY 'DEC 1 RI0HAIRD MACKAY k CO will sell 'at their new yards, on above date. 30 lcead'Stcers and heifers . 20 Bunlloks' forward condition - 33 Coiws Horses, l'igs. etc., etc. TRARALGON, MONDAY, DEC. 1. . MAKAY & CO. will s...

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

la'grile, etc., that n ordr to sapply a long-te i wn Xisd et, e. W.sengaged A first-class DItESM AKER, Also, A first-class Milliner, Who will be prepared to receive orders on and after Monday, September 8th, 1884;at the IRON STORE, Tarwin Street, MORWELL.. ALLAN & Co 0.' S IaNmOS aN'D 'ORG.m?sl? Four Great Lines which have no Rival in Australia.i SCdIIEDYAWER & SOEHNE. SCHYIIDT & SOJIN. TIIUUIIER. SMiYTH AIMEIICA N ORIGANS. 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-1M elbourne, & 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. Overstrung (double oblique), TriDhord thro.lhout. with fullimron frame and burmshed metal Pin Plate; having aremarkhbly quik Touch and a fine body oi Tone...

Concert by the Blind Pupils. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 November 1884

Concert by the Blind Pupils. Under the care of Mr Mosa, secretary of the Blind Asylum, the pupils oft hat Institution visited Traralgon, on Wed nesday, arriving at mid-day from Mel bourne. They were met at the station by the Rev. J. R. Walker, and other gentlemen, who conducted them to the various hotels, the proprietors of which had in a most generous manner of fered to accommodate them free of charge, Mr Hickox providing for the females, and the males being divided between Messrs Mitchell, Kelly, Kaye, and Connolly. Prior to the concert, the Braes Band played several selections in a moat creditable manner, every piece being executed with a skill that would do credit to professionals. On the doors being opened the hall was rushed by the residents, who, knowing the scarcity of sea's, were eager to enjoy this luxury, and at a few minutes to eight o'clock the hall was crowded. Over £12 were taken at the door, but the proceeds must have amounted to between £20 and £80, most of the trad...

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

The Port Albert Show. The sevenh inunl ?_Aiition of stock and, produce.,was h-ld in- the sociltj's grounh d i .tWoranga, six miles' out of Port Albert,.on T ueiday, under "eiy f?avourable a'ssOicr:. The recent ada etious and improvement8 i rried out Sthe coni~iittee 'inclulding a poultry l annee and dining saloon;iner duly appreciated by' the a;xhibitors the jid's;"'oid:thesvisiiors gererally.' , 'Fo t?he best blool stallions,' to. im prove the ,breed of wel',,ht-carrying hocks, Sir Sydney Slaile tok.first prize writ Honrhie Dundee; MriWm: hMoore's Robin Hood secoird.' S.i "tle :three-. year-old section of t iso 'cl,?.M;r?i Moore aiso took the tirst and'hcond, prizes,. whilst Mr MI. Donoghue took first jiiize fdr two-fear-old blood st-eck. Mr H. G. Baldman secired the prize for blood yearli g, and IMr; Wm: ' A'Leod was first for thoroughbred brood mare. In toe c'sde-dale class Mr J. W. Davis stood first with King of he TIsles, with Mr E. Calllaghai second; For chamn pion three-year-...

Correspondence. THE ATHLETIC SPORTS. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 November 1884

Correspondence. ---o-- THE-ATHLETIC SPORTS.;, 2b the Editor of the 2'Taralgon Record.' SIR-I see by your' last issue that it is proposed to hold sports at Traralgon on Boxing Day, and to sellthe booths. These, I hear privately, include a. publican's booth. Now, would it not be well in the interests of the town, and of the meetifig, to keep away from the ground all intokicating drinks I Yes, I think so, for by so doing, everyone would enjoy themselves better, and there would be no dangerof any unseemly brawls, through individuals having their evil natures aroused through the influence of the fiery spirits, which poison mind and body. Commending this suggestion to the committee, I am, etc., Traralgon, 24 111184. BLUE R.

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