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SANDHURST RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 November 1884
SANDHURST RACE JEE TIN, . Hurdle Race-Star I, Foolsan :, Tantaliser 3. A serious accident occurroned last uonday afternoon to a lad named Ch.ares Sanders. Re was with several other boys standing near the Railway toi?-table, when one of them started to? iog it round, and Sanders very efpishly tried to stop it with a lever. The force of the table jerked the stick ot ofhis hand, and knocked him sclkwards, stunning him, inflicting an ly csh on the back of his Iead, and hur ?ng his back. Dr Morrison, being hnt tor, was soon in attendance, had tb lad carried home, and his wounds ,herly attended to. We are glad to thate eis noi w progressing favorably toards recovery. fr . II. F. aMitchell, president of L Legislative Council, died rather :idenly on Monday afternoon, at his eiale, Barfold, near Kyneton. He sas pparently in better health last beek than for many months, and the 50noencement of his death will come 1;a hock upon those who have known hi timately. It is stated by his medical advi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 November 1884
W?ANTED-Smart lad, as apprentice to coachbuilding. Apply H. TOOHEY Argyle-st. Traralgon. W ANTED-PALINGS, &c., to load and unload. GOODS of all descriptions forwarded to any part of the colony. A. CAMERON, Agent for Broadbent Bros., Railway Station, Traralgon. WANTED KNOWN-That Hides, Kan garoo, Calf Skins, &c., are required at TRARALGON TANNERY; also Bark. WANTED KNOWN.--Accomodation pad docks for cattle and horses, 51 miles from Traralgon and same distance from Nor well, on Latrobe River. Splendid grass and water. For terms apply J. LINDSAY, Traralgon. W ANTED-30 acres of scrub cut; also timber for two houses split. Address- C. A. Y. HENDRY, Mirboo South. For Sale or To set. A FOUR-ROOMED BRICK HOUSE with A 3 acres of Land, good Underground Tank, and Nice Garden. Also-the well-known Traralgon BRICK YARD, with 5 acres of land, sheds, and kiln walls, with all necessary machinery. Ap ply to- P. BONHIIOMME, Traralgon. BRICKS. Bricks. Bricks. From the SIronstone Brickya...
To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 November 1884
2, the Editor of the Traralgon Record. SIn-Allow me to call your attention to a report which appeared in last weeks issue of your paper, viz.-That Traralgon and lor well were the only clubs who did not object to the Heyfield Club competing for the '"Peterkin Challenge Cup." This is not correct, as the Toongabbic Club is in favor of them playing. I am. etc., H. SEMI.IENS, Hon. Sec. 26 I 11 [ 8. Toongabbie C.C. [Ed. " T. R.--The above was contained in the report of the Cricket Club's meeting; it appears, however, that thestatementswere made by members of the clubs, said to be opposed to Heyfield.]
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884
THE GAZETTE. - 0 Thb State Schco's at Toongabbie and Cowwarr have been appointed po'ling places for the Toongabbie rid iog ; the State School at Wurruk Wu' ruk for the Denison riding ; and the State School at Longford for the Rose dale riding. The streAts in Moe, Trafalgar, and Waterloo have been declared publ:e highways. The following lands a.e temporarily reserved from sale, etc.:--Two acres eight perches at Mirboo, being allot mreot 15, 10, and 17, of section 1, as a site for public buildings; 3. acres at N-erim, for cemetery site. The following gentlemen have been appointed a committee of management fr the racecourseand recreationreserve in the pari.h of Yarragon; Shirley W. Brook, R. Davis, T. W. Fowler, D. S. Graham, J. Hasthorpe G. Moore, W. S. S:ewar . On the 30th December a sale of Crown lands will be held at R. Mackay and Co.'s auctionr rooms, when 5 lots in Traralgon, also 19 at Toongabbie, and at Loy Yang, Rosedale, Callignee and Winnindoo, 1 lot at each place wili be so...
TRARALGON, 2nd Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884
TRAPALGON, 2nd Inning. Mowbray. run out 3 Wilson. b bintoul 5 Johnstone, b Allen " '.10 3I.Lean, b Allen 0 J. Curran, b Rintoul 1 Kenyon, b, Rinteol 4 . Baird. b Allen 5 aM. Curran, b Allen 2 E. Baker, notont 2 West,b Rintonl 0 A. Baker, c Bowman, b Rintonl 3 Sundries 1 Total 36 BOWLING .NALTYSIS. Rintoul, 52 balls, 20 runm, 5 wkts; Allen 36 balls, 10 runs, 3 wkts; MSNnaughton, 6 balls, 2 run. A match was played on the local ground, between a team of Rosedale boys and an eleven of Traralgon lad.. The former wi:h eight young cricketers, secured 15 runs in their first innings, Vincent and Doherty each making 3 runs, and Burroughs 2 runs. In their second they made a much better stand, and scored 41 runs, Sullivan being the principal scorer with 17 run-, while Vincent came next with 6. For Tra ralgon, 37 runs were obtained in the Ist innings, F. M'Auley making 14 runs, and Gibson 8. In the 2nd in nings F. Sanders and P. M'Auley each with 5 runs, topped the scores, the to tal of which re...
ROSEDALE, 2nd Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884
EOSEDALE, 2nd Innins`. uRo* . bbeaker Allen. b Baker 0 BroJkd; run out 0. 3Iilar, lbw, b 3 Lean , 14 Howard. b 3-Lean . 5 A. P. Bowman hit wkt, b Baker 3 Cairn., run out 2 finroul not out 0. Sundrie? 11 T.'otz '49 BOWLING ANALYSIS E. Baker, St bails, 20 runs, 4 wktL ; J. 3'uIIan, 36 balls,7 runs, 2 wkts; Wilson, 48 balls, 11 runs, 2 wkts.
MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884
MIORIVELL. The TIorwell Mechanics' Institute is to be opened on New Year's Night with a grand concert and bail. Many of the best local amatetrs in Gippaland have signified their in'ent'en to assist, and there is little doubt but that an excellent bill will be offered. The committee desire to issue programmes as soon as possible, and therefore r, quest early rep'ies from those who have not yet answered tlhe iuvstat:oo. The Bank of Autralasia intend, now that they have opened their branch at Morwell every day for transaction of businees, to build new premises on the site n.,w occupied by the.r oilice, suitable for a m,,re extended busines, and more in keeling with the progress made by the towr. The programme of the or?rell Races appears in another co!umin; a liberal prize list being offered, no doubt a good day's sport will follow. A dlay has been caused at the Morwell Coal Prospecting Company's works by the breakage of , small wh. el connected with the i);amond Drill, \vh ch is ext e...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884
Cricket. --T-he match Rosedale v. Trara'gen, for the P:te:k n Cup, resn!ted.in a' defeat for the home team (Traralgon). Th.- ores during the 1st innings were v. r% low, owin g to the bowling lbeing verr good, and the ground not being Iroperlv made ready for the matti'g. BIker ,&L Wilton (Traralon), & Rintoul for Rj?ted-la did good execution with the- Lall, -he latter taking 8 wickets for 5 run-, the fivldinug afRoeedale during the first innings was very good The folloing are the ·cores:- EOSEDAI' E, 1t Inniin £ H-r.z2d. b E. Baker 0 J. r, owl'r. ran out 2 H. 3Iillr.bb E. Baker 2 J. Bowman. cBaker. b Wil?on 11 ,. Brc?.ae. b E. Baer ...... Allienfi.b W iLh - 3' .?anchton. ran out Cairna. - and b Wiln ' 3 A. P.Bo-man. b Wion 0 - n. nr;ea .3 " ei- _ o al . ..... ....' EDWrLI*0 I.G ALT35I. E. laker.s balt ls 12.ran, 4 wkhi.s:. Ba e,.1c bhi ll 4run; a ilon , 30 bal'b 8 rans
LIST OF COURTS. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884
LIST OF COURTS. DECEMIBER. Petty? Sessions and-Licensing Courts will be held as follows. , L Moe, Wednesday 10tL, at 2 p.m. The Clerk will attenodon.Wednesday 3rd. Morwell. Thursday llth, atl9 a.m. The Clerk will attend on Thursday 4th. Traralgon, Thursday 11th, at 3 p.m. The Clerk will attend on Friday 6th; Teongabb!e, Friday 1lth, t 11 a.m. The Clerk will attend on Saturday otb. Rosedale, Thursday 18th, at 10a.nl. The Clerk will attend at the liosedale office on Mondays Sth and 15th. Publicans. Grocers, and others desiring renewal oftheirlicenses dMUST PRODUCE their existing licenses at the Licensing Court they apply at. - -
By Electric Telegraph. Thursday evening. Cairo, Dec. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884
By Electric Telegraph. (From our own correspondent.) Thursday evening. Cairo, Dec. 3. Advices are to hand from the Mudir of Dongola stating that he has received information of the death of the Mah Ii. The statement, however, has not yet beenz confirmed through other sources. Cape Town, Dec. 3. Mr Upingtoa, the Premier, has made a speech here which has attracted great attention. In it he said that his sympathies lay entirely with the Dutch party and he took occasion to eulogise tile conduct of raiders into Bechuana lands. lie also severely censured tihe policy pursued by the Governor, Sir lHercules Robinson. The public generally are indignant at the attitude assumed by the Premier, and great excitement prevails through out the co!ony.
Correspondence. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884
ci'O'rresgponadlene. -o - T, t/e Editor oj the Tlrarirolgo Record. Sir.-I .. Iy your last issue some mistake i - lri- i a- ti; tile Iight the Meclhanicsi was. c?-a for ;lie contrt iln aid of the Traral pa :,!: .:r: C1(ub, I beg to state in self de I,: I : ver'allry cgaged the ihall for :, ' :.i ti.t myn object being to prevent ý ':i:?r.' T"i .igabbie on iNew Year's :.'. i'a: tlr-n'lih some mistake MIi: Jones ma-: Ina.; m-::alerstood ome, and booked the S!:i lrY.\ ,. tar' Night instead. I anm' ct. E. S. WIITIAKERS, 2 ! 12 _ ... _ erill..
Police Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884
Police Courts. The "Times" in pointing out the necessity for reforming the minor courts s:ates that--Honorary justices we must, as .a matter of coarse, have. They cannot be dispensed with while declaratioss, verifications of signatures, and a hundred other conveniences to the general public must be attended to, and their ministerial functions could be left intact, while their jadicial position could be almost wholly abolished, and handed over to a body of professionally trained men, well paid, who would each have a reasonably extensive district allotted to him, over which he could preside and administer justice, both civil and criminal. In addition to, and, indeed almost implied in this, would be the extension of the jurisdiction of Petty SBessios, which could then be widened in such a man ner as to relieve the t onuty Courts of an immense amount of work whicu now devolves upon tem, anua would leave the way open to them in their turn to ease the Supreme Court of some of tne work whi...
Crown Lands Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884
Crown Lands Sale. Messrs Gemmnell, Tucsett, and Co. held a sale of Crown lands in fee sim ple, at their rooms, Collins-street, Mel bourne, on Friday last, with the fol lowing result: Town lots.-lIirboo North, at the terminus of the Morwell and Mirboo railway line: Lot 1, area Ir 80 5.10p, £65 per lbt ; lot 2, Ir 32 8-10p, £26 ; lot 5, area 2r 8 4-10p, £27; lot 6, area 2r 7 4-10p, £25; lot 7, area 2r 4-.10p, £25 ; lot 12, area 2r 25p, £40. lot 13, area 2r 23 4-10p, £27. Boolara, at Twelve Mile, and the Molwell and Mirboo railway line: Lot 14, area ir 24p, £48; lot 15, area Ir 24p, £81 ; lot 16, area ir 24p, £27 ; lot 18, area lr 24p, £24; lot 19, area Ir 24p, £21; lot 20, area Ir 24p, £22; lot 21, area 2r 22 3-10p, £38. Suburban Lots. Parish ofe Moe, adjoining the township, south of the railway line: Lot 25, area 3r 28 3-10p, £14; lot 26, area 3r 9p, £19 ; lot 27, area la Or 20 5-10p, £15; lot 28, area 3r 27p, £13; lot 209, area la Or 38p, £6; lot 30, area la ir 3 2-10p, £11; lot 31,...
American Items. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884
Ameriean-Itemsi 1 The entire ci'x a Cumberland -i the Uni ed :t-tos isncwrJighted by electricitr. tJt is el'iered that Empseor William ,annot liv?.the ear. out. The colonial poliev inaugurated by Prince B smarck is, steadily growing in po;u'arlfavorin Germany, and the chancellor dai l receives letters of Soartuias:ion:and other proofs of is success. - "he fMansion House fMad for the rrlief of earthquake sufferers in Essex Eng'ant',am unts to'll0,413i Ne?rly a score of churches and chapels were seriously injuredu: Langhoe. Curch was comp'etely wrecked. The London .Globe" reo:rds firnl r, su!ts from lookinaht the s?a'. T?i boys tried to see which cou!d gaze at :he a-n' looast W. hrn one of thew" reaehEd fidme he com 'ained of pain in the lead, and grotwi? twt rse, diid iii eret'adisress. i The vegetarian diningrrom at the London Hetlr : Exhibition is. tx-er:si ivelr pai.roi-e;: Some idea ofi s su: cess mac be gallered fro-n the fact :h .t it empl-,t na fewer than" t',iirtf three ',rvn...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884
MARRIAGE. &nbsp; GOLDSMITH.--M'KINNON.-On the 27th November, by the Rev. Kinsman, at his residence, William, third son of George Goldsmith, storekeeper, Mirboo, to Cathe- rine, second daughter of Duncan M'Kin- non, farmer, of Newham
The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1884. SUBJECTS SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884
-o- (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1884. SUBJECTS SUNDRY. Delegates of the Sovereign People, whether shunted into Shire Councils, or walking delicately in the full digni ty of Members of ParlFament, are,when not at work, a melancholy spectacle. But the Darwinian Law is fulfilled in the political and municipal as in the natural world, and the superior powers drive feebler organizations almost to the very verge of extinction. It may, then, be exhilarating and delightful for our township to learn that-who ever they are v.ho have wickedly be trayed its high functionaries into a slip of firmness and earnestness-they are about to commit an unusual exhibition of vigour. The drainage of Traralgon is no longer to be left-like a much sweeter concealment-to prey, a worm in the bud, upon the damask cheeks of its maidens, for a generous passion is on the eve of being revealed, fur nishing forthwith means and opportu nities for the abatement, if not the extinction, of a lon...