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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884

NEWS AND NOTES. -o- Last week a violent assault was committed at Mirboo North by a mar ried woman named Mary Russell, upon her husband, George Russell. It appears that the female seriously in jured her partner by throwing boiling water over his face, one side of which was severely scalded. She was arrese ed and brought before the local magistrates on Tuesday and sentenced by them to one months imprisonment in the Sale gaol. An accident occurred at the Traral gon Red-gum Sawmill, on Tuesday, by which an employee named John Davidson received serious injury. It appears that he, along with a fellow workman named Bowler, was engaged cross-cutting a large log, which the, neglected to choke, and the action of the saw having loosened the screw-jack, which slipped from its place, thereupon jamming the unfortunate man against another, which was laying alongside. Fortunately the log was not a very straight one, or the accident would have mcat likely proved fatal. As it is, Davidson's legs and ...

Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884

Parliament. ----- Th. LAisal tive Council devoted erl ie wl' 'e or the sitting on Tues d1 t.o .e con. ideration of the Railway Coni.i :oa Bill. All the remaining lines , .. piased, an, only one was altered, ..nely that from thle Amarat sd H., ,-on railway to Koroit. b en, ,, business was called on in the Let'-.atie Assembly at 10 o'c:ock ,nTuei. yevening. In the absence of members who ha4 motions on the r, their long-standing prop.sals er being struck offunie after another, whin Mr An ers n interposed on be half .f tie absentees. S x motions lapsed, but the remainder were posts po.ed. ..11 the wiatlr motions of Mr I'Coll li've been swept fromi the paper. T.ie hn. member for Mondu ung canul into the cha: berjust in tiime it be too lte to sive them from slaugh ter. Mr P arsoa moved for a return oflle uaesmc of tile owners and lessees fh ,tel, in Me ebourne, and of a'l the per, ni hal linag mort4ages and bills of ?i in c nnexion with them. It is stated th..t many of the smaller hote!s ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884

ltichlard Mecliay, .AND Stock, Station and GENERAL C0HI[ISSTO0 AGENTS -0 AGENIS 0or, Trost Estates, and .'ALrtae?nes. ne?e Zealand Loan Company. National of VYew Ze hdat, Fire S Marine London nod Lan,,ritre Fire New Zealand A evident AU C'TION SALE .S ondrctedanasuihina. lions made in. rcy pcrt of Gippsland. LOAN S ncy i,,,.d , n ecry description of Landed,/1'n ,'ery. o'-n' , and Chattels, and ecry kind .,l f ., :;et agency undertaken RICHllttl,. " Y & CO. hold weekly sales or t .·r , . fIe, igs, Sheep, e c., at their ?.',,:,,, ', V. , rery Monday. Toong 0, ,5 - , i, i e Ienesday in each tr en lh. hlonsrell pn-C;, as' Monday in eachnmosth" Lant eob. -, ,, *., ' do TZuesday ?n each monlth S CI-elri,, sa'rs--Daily. orT.--Accoer et s'tde promgptly rendered. .TPRA\ALGON, MONDAYT DEC S cHrARn D MA3CKAY t CO will sell at their new vawl<. on above date.- 20o Blloiks 10 fticvs , " , 30 sead Steers and Ieifers lloaus:E, Pi?,ctc. Also 10 good dairy-fed Bacon l'ics 1 new Sad...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884

BlEGS to ienfrm:the inhabitants of Morwell, Hazelwood, Mirboo, A first-class DRESSIiAKEB, Also, A first-class Milliner, Pho will be prepared to receive orders on and after Monday, September 8th, 1884, at the IRON STORE, Tarwin Street, M 0 RWELL. ALL AN & CO.'S rIANOs A.MD ORGFAWS, Four Great Lines which have no Rival in Australia. SCHIEDAIAYE & SOEHNE. SCHMIIDT & SOHT. TIIURU~IEB. AMERICGA ORGANS.: 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-Melbourne, -& Stuttgart A BEAUTIPUL 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. Orsetrung (double oblique), Trichord throughout, witll hll iron frame and burnushed metal Pin Plate ; hnaving a rmarhkal ly quick Touch and a fine body of Tone. The most elegant, th...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884

To tl.et ratids of trara ton, en: srur. udo.n diurict Gentleenn--In thi.:in; foryo?.? p .s aort, I toe to age:in Iict: colr fawOrs fthrou; our ree local jcvrnal Tcrfie ar.d fret ?lo stsik tf sfaLddto. and cre! al:e ;?r :n Asnd. .411 orders pontl:y atteaded to F SMITH SA DDL-R, E-TC., FPRANKLIN St'.. TRARALGON. A. CA3M ERON, Geneeral &'"rier. TRA-I ' . ,'IN, dc ms jfor-iBroc Goods foruardeid ; of ire Colony COLONIAL BANK OF Ai I-HALASIA C .rizat ... .. .1. .+ , RYtSOVre FrL ... 11i Gocernor--Si W. J.,Cierke,B--rt. A BJIANCII of the Ba:. is open at T * I.LGON for the -anoose:n of all "a::kinz b?.oris. ItIGHEc:T c:err?. INTEREST oaiowed Dr-af_ i;--eon I. 'c:rc. or. Le o:her e !onist. an' . 'M i the chief tow?i in H.'.tALY C. JONES, ager. JUST ARRIVED. NEW SPRPNG AND SLR PER A. L. GALBRAITH ,AND SON, EXCOL1RAGED iy tie lioreer pe.rt ac ordedd them in thir endcrers to uppily toe puo ic with fert chs!r cads at reasonat i price, hbt to annor.oo :oi, tAhy have jrt re ~efred slplndid...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884

LOUR RAGS for sale. Apply Mrs ADA1R, Traralgon Bakery. W ANTED-Smart lad, as apprentice to coachbuilding. Apply H. TOOHEY Argyle.st. Traralgosn W ANTED-PALINGS, Se., 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-To rent, a shop, suitable for a Grocery Store, in Dronin, Warraoul or Trmralgon. Apply W. If. WILLIAMSON, 27 Canning-street Carlton, Melbourne WANTED KNOWN-That Iides, Kan garoo, Calf Skins, kc., are required at TRARALGON TANNERY; also Bark. W ANTED-30 acres of scrub cut; also timberfortwo houses split. Address C. A. Y. HENDRY, Mirboo South. Stolen or Strayed. -o BROWN Working Bullock, branded XD on rumpandloin. 10s reward paid on leaving same with J. W. WELLWOOD. Loy Yang. LOST from Traralgou, a bay mare branded SN near shoulder, white strip on nose. 10s reward for information leading to re covery. ery. I. CURRAN, Traralgon. LOST-From Morwell, about 3 weeks from da...

European News. MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884

Ulnropeae. News. (From the' "ArguO." ,MISCELL-ANEOUS. Lonldon, Dde.L. A telegram has been received at the tlose Guards f:om General iord \olsely, in which he states thit theh dBahdi is short of. povisione, and that his troops are manifesting great signs of discontent. Sicinesst is alsobprbeva lent in the!rcbel force.. Lord Woleely further states that 500 of: the M.ahdi's followers have proceeded to Khartoum, and given in their submission sto ene ral Gordon.-Reuter. It is announced that when the object of the present Soudan expeditioii, un der the command of Lord Wolsely, has been attained, the troops will return to England "via" Suakin iaind the Red Sea.-Reuter. Ne, York; Dec. 2. The session of the United States Congress was opened yesterday by. President Arthur. The Presidential message urges the desirablity of the extension, of the existing neutrality laws, and of such fresh legislation as •shal prevent hostile nets being plot ted in the United States against friend ly lnations: :...

Wesleyan Church Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884

Wesleyan Church Anniver sary. Divine. services. were conducted oa Sunday in the local church by the Rsv J. A. Osborne, of Wangaratra, a gentleman who about three years ago presided over the Traralgon circuit of the above church, and that his abilities were highly appreciated was shown by the large congregation that attended the services, the church in the even ing being especially crowded. On Monday evening the usual social tea and public meeting was held in the Mechanics' Hall, and was well atten ded. A bountiful spread of tempting eatables lay on the tables, no expense having beenepared for this purpose, and with the plentiful supply of flowers tastefully arranged upon the boards, which were surrounded by happy faces the scene was very exhilarating. . mongst those who looked most cheer. ful and gave a charm to this part of the programme we must not forget those who with willing hands attended to the wants of the hungry, viz.--Madames Lumley, Norris, and Smith ; Misses Jones, Adams...

TRARALGON MARKETS Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884

TRARA LGON B i HKETS Monday. Messrs English, Little, and Co. report: Store Cattle-Opening sales dull, but prices improved later on. Our yards were well sup plied, and we sold all except one small lot. Four-year old bullocks, £ ; 3yrs s:eers, £2 17s to £4 12s 6d; 2yrs do, £2 to £3 12s Gd ; 3yrs heifers, £2 10s to £3 Ss; store cows, £2 18s to £3 12s 7d; 1S months steers and heifers, £1 15s to £2; calves, 17s to £1 3is. Fat Cattle--Bullocks, £7 Is to £7 12s Gd ; coaos, £1 t 10s to £5 17s id; speyed heifers, £5 12s 6d. Messrs A. MI'Lean and Co, report:-We yarded 600 head, there was a good attendance of buyers and the market on the whole was a shade easier, however, all of good sorts and fattening ages rwent off readily at satisfactory prices to vendors. We quote-Fat cows from £2 to £7 2s lid according to quality; fat bul locks at S8 ; store bullocks at £4 198; store steers from £3 15s to £4 ; store cows from £2 15s to £4 2s; young steers from £2 4s to £3 13s. We also sold a small lot of...

To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 December 1884

To the diftor of ahe Trarajon l ecord. r.-! ,: t:at the secretary of the M[c a,,,' Ih-tiut:e contradicts in your last is Si'sall :state llnent,. Now, as tostate :at Stl. 1-1 have seen the books contain - mi:uts of tile Cricket meetiti referred t'i lr it distinctly states that the hall le I ngaed for Bioxlin Night. This :an ra< put and carried ulnaniimously,the -:ar" -f the Muechanics' being present in ''aaity of assistanet sicretary. to the .C 1.,t Club. So that this sthtemelit re the !' in. en,'aedt for Newr Year's night is Stirdy untrue. As to No 2-Ie says the it iai s ,iot engagetd by poblican,.but by a ,': mittee. This is only prevarication ~n: al, 1 prsmes te he makes this state '.t to Li, e the affair a little more respec .ttonle than if etnaerd by tile afore tltioncl publican, eutn given to under 1e?tht he was sitting beside 3ir Iickox r u tIhe latter staled at the Sports'nieeting -he had secured the hall for a dance on Szrin, Niht. So which of the two is: tell ith...

Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 December 1884

'lliscellaneous,. The following extract from a letter by Mr J. Grant, in last-t ek's' "iAns tralasian," will be read with; interest, now that the matter of irrigation has being taken up so warmly in the dos trict The writer has been' dealing , tlh the Matter fr somre time past,t and has brbinght a large amount 'sf knowledge and experience to bear: oi, ii. He'says :--, lthough I:treated in former letters the question of water=: ing the central plains', of Australia, I do not consider them the field :where the most striknaw results could bh ob tained with the smalrest outlay. That field is,in my opioion;,tb'be found liid Gippsland, say, froam Lake Wellingt ti westward to Toongabbie and Traraldon Thi. tract.is watered by several fine streams which descend from the moon tainous region ofe ceav. downfall to the north and west, and the confirmation of the country is remanrkibly favorable for picking' tip those streams- and disc: tributing-themie over the intervening plains.: Mucb of the l...

TRARALGON ATHLETIC SPORTS. GRAND ANNUAL GATHERING DECEMBER 26TH, 1884. (BOXING DAY.) Weather permitting. HANDICAP EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 December 1884

TRARALGON ATHLETIC SPORTS. GRAND ANNUAL GATHERING DECEMBER 26TH, 1884. (BOXZNG DAT.) Weather permitting. HANDICAP EVENT~ . 11CP. HURDLE RACE, of £7, 120 and 240 yds. First prize, £4; second, £2 ; third, £1. Nomination 4s; acceptance 2s. TRARALGON CPr, of £1M. Three events 120, 220, 440 yds. First prize £10; se cond, £4; third, £2. Nomination, Os; acceptance 2s Gd. CIIRISTIrA GIFT, of £7, 880 yds. First prize £4 ; second £2; thinl £1. Nominan tion 4s; acceptance 2e. lIlLE RACE, of £7. First prize £4 ; second £2 ; third £1. Nomination Is, acceptance 2s. .ominations for the above Events,.with C,unirs and Performances for the past Two yese, close on Monday December 8th. Acceptances close on Wednesday, Decem her 07th. Ihaidicaps declared and posted to Com petitots on December 12th. Noumination or Acceptance Fees if paid in stahlps, MIUST have 10 per cent. addedfor. exchau?ne. - Each e;npotitor must hivo name and ad olrevs in full,. No sesumtes ames allowed. W. WEST, Ilos,.ST

SHIRE OF TRARALGON. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 December 1884

is SHIRE OF TRARALGON. to WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10. a- Present : President Firmin, and to Crs Bodycomb, Breed, Kelleher, and n, Campbell, and Peterkin. n The postponed Annual meeting was -d then held, when the balance sheet and financial statements were ,allowed, and the Auditor's complimen'ary report on be the satisfactory manner in which the il- books of the Shire had been kept, was ie also received. td The ordinary meeting was then held bMIUTES. h The minutes of the previous meet e ing were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From A. Beaver, Superintendent. of tn Police, acknowledgieg the receipt of rs Council's letter fr increased. police et protection at Traraigon, sand ilforming i.the council that the application had i been sent to the head of the depsrt Ct ment.- he secre ary. was instructed to point outithat sales were held on Mon n days at both Traralgon and Morswell. and that police.protection twas required at both places on'the same day. a, From F. C. Mason, E-q., pr.niisin...

Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 December 1884

Rifle atoh; . f n S 7tarJay last the first rfle match ha si it has been the lot of our p ; t".icipate no, was held at the c .rated to the club by Mr T 'cFtopposing team coming from lr going to the ground several renrinpal members met the Moe . t oivTes at thb railway statiou, T- bing then noon, conducted ; host Mlitchell's, he having, to Sof the local men, prepared a Saisl ineal, in his usual snperb ¢ ehicih lie was duly compli , After thoroughly enjoying .j es; for a short time in the host's leat dining room, a start was Di r the ground, the time of the r being limited. On arriving at ns it was noticed that the target raat pintS uted and a new ambush cie d for the mnrker. This new remnlt has been made in the a bullet-proof hut, placed on ide of the iron plate, so that the marking may have a view of t wahout being exposed. Sh start was made with the eil;c was won by the loec ui with 27 points. Thelocal aor thie captainehip of Mr G. S,srw re the first to take aim, all i .mprledto fir...

TRARALGON ATHLETIC SPORTS HANDICAPS. TRARALGON CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 December 1884

TRAR LGON AT iLETIO SPORTS HANDICAPS. TBIRALGON CUP. S.. liyds 220yds 440yds. o: )lilsr scr cr scr irseld scr scr 3 1 Cauime scr scr 3 i'innoir scr 2 6 tWe'er 2 3 scr ,1ý5?n 2 3 ecr IaNe 2 1 7 lbiti 4 5 7 ij.echer 5 10 14 .>d 3 9 12 N., Tiil 6 9 15 l ( -n 6 9 15 6 10 20 .-in 6 11 20 fTI 6 G 11 20 ri.rn 7 10 16 i llailr 7 10 16 I'. Brennan 7 10 16 . Downie 7 11 18 ":: riren 7 12 23 " ,2e 7 13 22 Noy 7 13 22 aylor 9 11 22 Kiley 9 11 22 Duck 8 17 25 Acceptance 2s 6d. HURDLE RACE. 120rds 240yls P.J. Fogarty scr scr I l'arce scr yvds T. Weblcr 2 4 J. Xlson 2 4 I. Semmens 3 5 J.,oswell 3 5 J.Parce 5 9 a. Ilreen 6 8 C. O'Connor 6 8 IV.3urren 6 9 W.P. lrennan i:. : : 10 C. Young 11 15 . Curran 11 16 1. Rice 12 17 1. Curran 12 17 Acceptance 2s. ciiIsnuT s GiFr. 8SOyds. yds i' yds Webber scr J. elson , scr ,I',arce scr J. Boswell '.14 Ll.i'ar 14 .S. Mansfield O30 'fvinnrr 30 L. Chautime' 30 J.l,4n 40 C.Bell. 10 ri 5 i5 JShcehan .50 L ,a 50 T. Duck 50 Acceptance 2s. MILE RACE.' S yds. yds 1...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 December 1884

L s B to iafarm the inhabitaans of, liiwell, Hazelwood, Mirboo, bo retc., that in order to sapply a long:felt want in tbhi@istrict, he Also, ' - A first-class Milliner, ll be prepared to receive orders on and aft4r Monday, September 8th, 1884, at the S I RON SlT O R E, ": A. a Tarwin Street, MORWELL.. ALLAN & .C.i' VAN1TOS aWD OrIG.1%Ts, Four Great Lines which have no Riva :in Australia. s .t. souli IE. ScI Y1 I ODT: & soH N. N` Hl'E'It AM lU1tIC A ti·: One of the Oldest and nost Renouned Makers in Europe, whose costlyPianos are fit for any Drawing Boom-in the world. PLACED ABOVE ALU;OTIHRSR AT THE LATE Ei1hiitionTs-- elourne, & Stuttgart 'A lEAUTIFBL MODEL. Well and favorably knoown Victoria for the last 10 The G randest and Most Perfect Pianos at MIediumn Price, Ener seen in Australia. *nI.MUSICAL lMARVEL AND A PERFECT GEM. Owrrstrong (double oblique). Trichohn thmeghont. with full iron frame and burnished metal Pin Plate ; bhaing a rsmutkat ly quick Touch ...

Sunday Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 December 1884

linnday- Services, CIIURCIH OF: ,ENGLAhND. Rev. J. R. Walker, at Hazelwood ... .. 11 a.m. North Hazeh;ood ... "1.30 p.m: Mo.well. i' .. , 3. Traralgon PRIESBYTERIAN CHURCH' Rev. J. G. Wilson, at Mlyna's Creek ... 3 p.m Rosedale ... 7p.m. Rev. J. M'Neil, B.A., at SPresbyterian Church, Traralgon,'at 11 an.m.. and Mechanics' Hall at 7 p.m. In the Mechanics' Hall on Monday, Tues day, Wednesday, and Thoursday evenings at 7'30 p.m., and atRosedale on Friday.. WESLEY?sN CURCII. Rev. F.A. Herman at Toongabbie ... 11 a.m. iEglehark ;.?.: ;, ... 2 30 p.m. ý ý - - .a>+aý -.teami~ll

LIST OF COURTS. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 December 1884

LIST :OF COURTS. DECEMBER. Petty Sessions and Licensing Courts will be held as follows; Moe, Wednesday I0th, at 2 p.m. The Clerk will attend on Wednesday 3rd. Morwell. Thursday Ilth, at-9 a.m. The Clerk will attend on Thursday 4th. Traralgon, Thursday 11th, at 3 p.m. The Clerk will attend on Friday 5th. Teongabbie, Friday 12th, at 11 a.m. The Clerk irill attend on Saturday 6th..: Rosedale, Thursday 18th, at 10a.m. The Clerk will att.nd at the Rosedale office on Mondays 8th and 15th. Publicans, Grocers, and others desiring renewal of theirlicenses 3?UST PRODUCE' their existing licenses at the Licensing Court they aprly at.

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 December 1884

MELBOURNE MAR RET?..:; - - Wednesday. Messrs Richard Gibson naid Co. report: Fat Cattle.-900 forward, an unusually short. supply, only fewu prime; pricesrunled about same. Wetuote:prime bullocks £12 lO to 14 10s. '.lt sold 180 for different owners, including Grieves' Bungowannah bullocks, eaveraging£10IO Ss Od; M-illan's Calder meade ballock", £10 7s 6d. 'Fat Sheep. 1S,000 yarded, a fair number of useful to srime quality forward: The demand was dull, d pricswere lower' Prime crosslbred wethi??simade from 12 o5i14s ; nierind' d&.,' l0s to Is. . We sold 700- shleep and lambs. .1 2Caw, :,"'Ilwrick,,and. Co. report:-We held our usual sale to-day, and give below. 'detailed result;of actual, sales -Cheese.- Prime dairies firm for matured, prices ranged from 7d to 4id per lb... Medium to goqd were hteady, and realised from id, to: 61d per 1b. h'es coming to hand more freely. and thu market was .a.little slacker: Butter (Potted).-Primo new ra in full rupply, and slack, and ruled fro...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 December 1884

MONDAY, DEC. 22,1884 AT 12 O'CLOCK ON THE GROUND, GR EAT SU S vYAe Y, ,p AUCTION SALE OF TOWNSHIP LOTS ADJOINING RAILWAY STATION. TITLE, .- . CROWN CERTIFICATE. / '~%2 I l DMý M Y Co, In conjunction with C. 1ACK INTOS1 k& CO. FOIl ABSOLUTE AND NR MlESEilVEI) SALE. TE llJLS the .ll.ost .Libertl Ever offered. oaer lell i h the qipp lalll provi iee. Hla~ton & Co. Irinter: ,;7 Chancery Lane, Melbournc, TOTWNISHTIP OF Morwell West, Adjoining RAILWAY STATION, MONDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, 1884, at 12 o'clock (On the arrival of the Melbourne train). SALE ON THE GROUND. BICeARD MACKAY & Co., In conjunction with C, IK.CACIMIXW"CIOSZ- ce CO., HIave received instructions from trhe 'owners (Mrs. Henry and Mr. Murdoch) to offer for absolute unreserved Sale by Public Auction on the above date Township Builling -Allotments. (as per within plan.) The Auctioneers desire to point out in submitting this valuable property to public competition that this is one of the most important sub...

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