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

To the Editor of the Traralgon Recoard Sir,-TIn"coinexion'witth thedispite now going on concerning the engagement of the 'echaniies' Hall for Boxiing night,.will. you kinidly allosw me to put- a plain- qiestion, to the secretary of that. institition. On the 20th of November the secretary of the Cricket Club (?r R. Wilson) waited on him to' en gi e the hall for Boxing Night, and. it was' refused to him. I am told the secretary'of the Sports' committee did not engage the hall' till some daysolater. Mr. Jones :has? already. 'denied that one of our local publicans engag ed it, and sh Iwoinld like to know-on o what groineds'it iva refused to the cricket club, as .itlappearastoine they were the flrst to apply 'for it. Perhaps I have been misinformed as to datcs if so I am ready to aipologise to Mr lnces for making mis-statements,. but if not I think some explanation is required from him He doubtless had suftficient rensons for the course he took,' I only ask him to publish them...' ' '. F...

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

Parliament. --o Tuesday. In the Assembly to-day, the Solicitor. General, in reply to Mr MiLean, said that Government would consider the desirability of making some provision for the widow and family of the late Mr Wheeler, P.M. The Appropriation bill was read a third time and passed.' The House was considering the Rabbit Bill in committee, when the adjourment !for re freshment took place. In the Council the Local Government Act Amendment Bill was read a third time and passed. The further amendments by the Assembly of the Land Bill were then considered. The amendment restricting the old pastoral tenant's occupation of their runs to six months after the passing of the Act was ag reed to on a division by nineteen to fifteen A further amendment, extending the time to nine months was carried without a divi sion. In committee on the new bill, Mr Gaun son moved the ommission of the line from Penshurst to Dunkeld. The amendment was negatived by 43 votes to four. After this the House went on...

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

IO?RWIELL. h :Great prepara:ions are being made by the Maorwell Race Committee in view of the app-eachibg Boxing Day carnival. They have cleared the course nand have got everything in order. There is also ome talk of theirb havi- g a grand stand erected. From the a preparations keing made, this year's Sraces will ee ipse all. fomer meetings of a similar kind ever held at Mor well. The prospertue of the Lady Loch onl Mining Company has been issued by John Ditchburn, june., of Mel bourne. The mine is situated about six miles from Morwell, in the Hazelwood district, land is on Is lease from the Crown of 5441 acres of land for 15 years from July 1883. There are six tunnels on the ground, from 20 to 90 feet in length, in which 8 seams of coal have beon disclosed, ranging up to 4 feet in thickness. A very fa vorable report of the qualitv.of the coal is given by both Mr R. F. Murray, the covernment geologist, and iMrJ. Cosmt Newherv, the government analyser. A woman named Emma Wisch was ac...

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

lb the Editor of the Traralon Record. Sir,-Instances are fortunately rare in which anonymous writers of the better class make a dishonorable use of a nom de plume, but inferior contributors to the Press some times abuse the privilege to an unwarrant able extent. An example of how shelter may be taken behind a aom de guerre to make of fensive and defamatory allusions to somepar ticular person is furnished by " Query's" in uendo in your last ssue. His effusion, re markable for the coarseness and scurrility of its style, and the inelegance of its composi tion, accuses the secretaryof the Mechanics' Institute with falsehood and dishonesty, and also'with having done certain " nasty work" in connexion with the Traralgon cricket club.. The object of this letter is not to re fute these allegations (thatis not my busi ness) but to stigmatize as base and cowardly the attempt to injure, by aninsidiousmet?od the reputation of one who has charge of an important financial institution, and of whos...

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

THE tGAZETTE.: ' ;: Money orders may now, bea.made payable at, and obtained-.foti the Yarram.YarrerPcTdst-office An: examination.,willi be held in London. onthlie :2nd June, .1885, for the Civil:Servicee.ofIndiaq. Particulars are 'to be obtained fromi;:lst, week's ' Gazettr.' ,: : : Fr,m the 15th December. ontil the S80th April, tourists'.utickets will be k issued.:. The journey cannot be broken t. between the startin'g and the terminat ing statio e, but on an excurion from Melbourne to Y.oa, on returning via Sale, ticket holders are allowed to break the journey at Rosedale,,Traral gon, and Bunyip; and from.Melbourne to Sale, returning via. Yeas they are a allowed to stop at Kilmore, the fares being for retlirn-First class, £1 4 ; second class, 16s. Applications for licences approved Geo. Whalley, jun., 56s, Loy Yarng; S. W. Brooke, 69a, Tanjil; . James Coleman, 201a, Yinaar; H. Hampton, 86a, and also 84, at Tanjil. Lc?ensi s revoked; or cancelled, &e. Geo. Nicholson, 20s, T...

Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 December 1884

Correspondence. --0-- 7b the Editor of the ' " raralgon Record.' Sir-While glancing over the contentsof a former issue of the "Record," my attention was directed to your reference to one of our leading townsmen declining the advantage of advertising in the columns of your journal. Now I think it a pity that a person who has done much towards shaping the destinies of Traralgon, should be found so unrelenting in his attitude to our local press as to resort to what is now known as the "boycotting" process, on the other hand I am perfectly aware that strong representations were, some months back, being repeatedly made to you regarding the carelessness exercised over the sanitary condition of Traralgon township, these representations were not only made by some of the townsfolk themselves, but by others living at a distance, whose business relations to our town compelled themtoocca. sionally visit Traralgon. Still, Mr Editor, I presume to hope that your rather severe com ments may yet bea...

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

SHIRE OF TRARALGON. STATEMENT of all Rates made, Contracts entered into, Moneys received and Moneys paid by the Shire Council during the year ended 30th September, 1884. Amount of Net Annual Value of Rateable Property within the Shire ... .. ... ... ... ... £.21,329 0 0 Amount of General Rate made 5th March, 1884, at Is in the £ ... .... ...... ... £.1,06 9 0 Receipts and Expenditure. RECEIPTS. To Rates ... ... ... £104 10 0 , Publican's licenses ... ... 120 0 0 ,, Wine and Spirit licenses ... ... 50 0 0 ,, Temporary licenses ... ... 2 0 0 , laughtering licenses ... ... 8 0 0 ,, Joint Works ... ... 94 8 7 ,, Government Special Votes ... ... 425 0 0 Government Endowment 3139 7 0 , Pound Receipts ... ... 44 5 11 ,, Pound Trust Receipts 6 3 1 ,, Transferred from old Pound account . 84 13 6 ,, Police Court Fines ... ... 0 9 0 , Agricultural Statistic Bonus 7 10 0 ,, Dog Registrations ... 31 12 ,, Amounts in arrear last year written off as irrecoverable 42 14 0 R, Balance due Bank ... .....

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

t Useful Hints. SThe following short paragraph froni the "Oracle" on the healing properties rof water is worth remembering:-There is no remedy of such general applica tion, and none so easily obtainable as water, and yet nine persons in ten will pass it in an emergency to seek some thing of less efficacy. There are but few cases of illness where water should not occupy the highest place as a remedial agent. A strip of flannel or napkin folded lenglthwise, and dipped in hot water, wrung out, and then applied around the neck of a c'ild that has the croup will usually bring relief in ten minutes. A towel folded several times, dipped in hot water, wrung out, and then applied over the seat of the pain in the toothacheor the neuralgia, will generally afford prompt relief. This treatment in colic works like magic. We have known cases that resisted other treatment for hoursyield to this in about ten minutes. There Is nothing that will so promptly cut short a conjestion of the lungs, sore th...

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

:All Meat of the Best Quality AT H. J. FEoRE'S; Wholesale and Retail, BUTC ERY," TRAIt ALGON. Families waited on, and all orders punct ually attended to. To stand this season at R. O'Flaherty ' farm, M3orwell, the grand Shetland Pony, DUMMY. DUMMY is a a dark chestnut, 12 hands high, with splendid bone and sinew. He is by Dumpblydikes (imp.), out of an im ported mare. In the Sale district he was a great favorite, and his progeny are some of the best stock in the colony. TIRMS, moderate, apply R. O'FLAHERTY, Proprietor. Traralgon Record Reduction in Price. ON and after 1st January, 1885, the pice of this paper will be 3s per Quarter. J. R." BAIRD, Proprietor. THE CENTRAL GIPPSLAND TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, TRARALGON. H. LANMMAW, Proprietor. A NEW STOCK of SUMMER GOODS. just to hand, comprising the beat quality and LATEsT patterns of Scotch Tweeds, Also, Splendid Assortment of Worsted Coatings and. Bedford .Cords (For riding, Ac.) A trial wi I convince the most particular youog man tha...

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

PROSPECT. ----0- "'Vo have been requested to publish the f ollowing etract fiom the Gipps!and Times, takenlt from an. issue of some time back. There has., the writer states. been very little chance in the place since then, and the _x tract is.well worth perusing: There are few places so pleasant aud inter esting as the Ninety-mile beach to persons desirous of spending a few week, enjoyment during the summer months. fee not only. do the natural beauties of the place inspire a feeling of-.dminrtion ir the visitor, but the cool salubrious clir'-.te restores strength to both body and mind. Many a time in years gone by, then Prospect belonged to the late P, 0. B:uckley. have I run about the sandy beach athilering cockles and shells with the compa;ion?of ny y-outh, and when wearied from the exertions and pletsoures of the day, we climbed to the top of the hummock-, and throwin ourselves down, b keh d in the lovely sunshine, watching the troubled waters as the silver breakers burst forth i...

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

American, Items. Some Philhudlphia doctors are in th - midst f a legal figh' t, decide a ether a cha:r ,n ,hoe's i, a sur.'ecd ir-stru me t or a piece of furniture. The castor-bean plant is said to Lill grasshopers by the million. It is a so usefil fit killing flies, multitudes, of which ar found 'eead on or u'1der Th. pian'. There is a fanily of three l',rother, anri three sisters in .nobu n, Me., whi se a'ggreg t, :es aere . ,05 years. Their ages re-,i, ,ti el i are seventy three, ."-v.- . - , ticlhty-fou-, eighty-six, tni , , . ninety-five years. In Pr oklvn, JT A i b:one sou.h div,,rce and ,. ld i l becau. lire Ambros- ,ook d id tIs. in disobeying hit,, and go litl. v., for dinner when he h-d toll her to .t et beef. A Scotchlaan p elain lns himself the cham. i n , osthl a di;ger of the world. He exhibits a wel . subSt-L tiated record of Feverty-nine If ost-holes, 3 feet deer. dug in one day. The tallest 11f at house in New York has ten full at'tic atories in front, fifteen stori...

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

SCHEDULE of APPLICATIONS toilb& dealt with by a Local Land Board, to be held in the Court-house, TRARALGON,f on FRIDAY, the 19th day of December, 1984, at 11 o'clock. t r SECTION 19. I1 John D 'er, Marytale,5la3r 28p, north of hit present selelctons. . S. Wn. Yloor',26.8a r31p. Traralgon, noitlof J. Pryde. . -. 3. Alenander Fraser, 40a, Traralgon, south of P.' IBertere.. 4. Thomas Powell, 2a Ir 38p, Loy ang, south. 'of J. Dowrnie " " , 5. Neil Macdonald, I20a Or 37p, Ilazelwood, east of P. Frsuer. !6. IIy . D Sot, 50a Or 5p' Bulgs! east' of II. smithies. . " .. - 7. Alexander Stiareoi, 207a Nr l1p, Bula, dorIth of P. Clarke & Wm. Tolley, 1751 Ir 9p, Bulge, south of P. Clarke: .9. Frederick Smith, 3191 Or 38p, Bulga, south of J. S10 Alexaeroc C. bSmitl;3)19a3Sr22p BuIlg, south' of W. Tolloy. 11. John Wills, 200a Or 30p, Bulga, south ofJ.IIol croft. 1a. Frederick W. Houghton, 681 Ir 38p, Budgeree. north and rerstofFairbairn 13. Donald Campbell, 3.0 Budgeree, south of D...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1884. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 December 1884

*ii'illgas -0--lI'l (Published eiery Friday mo'ning.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1884. NEWS AND NOTEC. The handicaps for the various events in connexion with the local Boxing Day Athletic Sports are to be seen elsewhere. A "ery successful meeting may be anticipated, there being no less than 25 entries for the Traralgon Cup; 15 for the Hurdle Race; 14 for the mile; and 14 for the Chri.tmas Gift. On Tuesday two new reaping and binding machines started work in Traralgon, one purchased by Mr C. 1 Widdis, from a Melbourne firm, had been put into working order on Mon day, and next day it went to work to cutseveral acres for hay. The mac t hine, which worked splendidly, and is said to be able to get through 15 acres per day with ease, is an American make, being known as the "Buckeye," and was made by Ault - Co., of . ' - .-as, M:Dll, and - .-aron, Ohio. The sheaves are 'irmly tied with cord, and each ale pressed until'there is sufficient for the purpose of tying. They are then allowed to fall fr...

MORWELL POLICE COURT. Before T.A. Panton P.M. and S. Vary J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 December 1884

AORWE?LL POLl E COURT. Before T.:.A. Panton5 P.M.,, and S. VaryJ?? , I - Publienns licenses granteJ.-E. Kel Jlehr, Morwell, 0. Camnpbell, .;orcell, Win. Mlurdoch, Marwell;-P. Clarke, Boolara J: Loscombhe, Mirbob., Bil lihard Tillicensee e~ s Wto --m:-Murdoeh and C. Campbell. Temporary licensp forthe Morwell races oo oinig -day to Wm. M.urdoceh.- .. .. SO'Flaherty -v.i Allman£8 5 for paddocking cattle-Order for £2.7a 6d.

TRARALGON POLICE COURT. Thursday, Dec. 11th, 1884. (Before J.H. Panton, Esq., P.M., and Dr Morrison, R. Young, Esq., and J.Sykes, Esq., J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 December 1884

TRAILALGON POLICE COURT. ---- Thursday, Dec. 11th, 1884. (Before J. H. Panton, Esq., P.I., andiDr Morrison, R. Young, Esq., and J. Sykes, Esq., J.'sP.) Annual Licensing'Court. The following licenses were granted -Renewals: Tr. Mitchell, E. Kaye, F. a. Hickox, P. Kelly, N. Connolly. Nes Licenses-F. Fuge, for a house on the Tyers road, and C. Neville foi a tnew house opposite the railway sta tion. Transfer. and renewal.-H. M'Auley, for a house in Franklin-street. Wine License.-Jane Timms, for a house on the east side of the Traral. gon bridge. Special temporary, license for the 26th December (Boxing-day).-F. G. Hickox. In the opening case the police com mented very strongly upon the unsa tisfactory closet accommodation provi ded, and stated his intention of in future refusing a license to any house that was deficient in this respect. The Inspector of Licensed Houses stated that it was his intention to enforce the regulations more stringently' Mr Ihcekox was complimeiited with regard t...

Rosedale Local Land Board. (Before Messrs Lane and Duncan.) SECTION 19. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 December 1884

Rosedale Local Land Board. (Befdre Messrs Lane and Danenia.) -: SECTION 19. 1. Emilie A. lodman, 103a 3r 21p, Carra jung, east of and adjoining her previous selection.-Recommended, subject to modifi cation of survey, and reference to council re 3. road 2. Thomas Murren, 126a3r21p, Carrajung, land abandoned by William Missenl-Recom d mended. e 3. Wm. G. Greenwell, 820a, Carrajung, d east of and adjoining C. and S. K.' Black. d shaw.-Postponed. 4. John J. Graham, 101a 2r ip, Willung, e land abandoned by W. J. Hiam.-Recom Li mended. 5. Thomas E. Hughes, 81a2r 2p, Willung, land abandoned by Joseph Doyne.-Refused. 6. Chas. Dove, 84a 2r 2p, Willung, land abandoned by Joseph Doyne.-Refused. a 7. Smeaton Wright, 84a 2r 2p, Willung, land abandoned by Joseph Doyne.--Recom mended, subject to modification of survey for road if necessary. 8. William Vivian, 84a 2r 2p, Willung, t land abandoned by Joseph Doyne.-Refused i 9. William J. Hiam, 84a 2r 2p, Willung, land abandoned by Joseph Doyne.-Refu...

European News. MISCELLANEOUS. London, Dec. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 December 1884

European News. (Fron the "Argos.") MISCELLANEOUS. London, Dec. 4. Captain Dudley and the mate Step hehns of the yacht Mignonette, who, early in November, were committed for trial before a special court for the murder of the boy Parker, were placed on the trial to-day. The judges found them guilty of wilful murder, but the sentences will not be pronounced until Tuesday next. London, Dec. 5. The Chinese Government have or dered 12 men-of-war to proceed to the island of Formosa. London, Dec. 5. The Hon Evelyn Ashley stated last night that her Majesty's Government dissented from the action recently taken by the Government of the Cape Colony, in offering a grant of territory in Stella land to those Boers who had invaded Montsioa's territory, as a compensation for their withdrawal. Cape Town, Dec. 4. Colonel Sir Charles Warren, with troops intended for the expedition into Bechuanaland, arrived here to-day from England. London, Dec. 5. In the House of Commons last night the lion. Evelyn As...

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

-ND Stock, Station and GENERAL COHM[ISSION AGENTS -0 AGENIS OP. Tru?st Estates, and Miortgecees. Newo Zealand Loan Company. National of New Zealand, Fire " Marine Lon,don and Lancashire Fise ewo Zealand Accident AUCTION SALES conduhctdlantaluta. tions made in any part of Gippsland. LOANS negotiated on every description of Lannded Property, Stock,and Chattels, and every kind of fnaincial agency undertaken RICHARD MACKAY. & CO. hold weekly sales of Horses, Cattle, Pigs, Sheep, he., at their Traralgon Yards rely j londay. Toongabbie yards, last l'cednesdoy in each month. 3Iorrell yards, 'ast ,Monday in eachmonth Latrobe yards, second Tuesday in each month Clearilng sales--Daily. 'ore--Accontss sale prmnptly rendered. TRARALGON, MONDAY DEC. 15. RICHARD MACKAY s CO will sell at their new vsyan, on above date. 15 Store cows 25 Bullocks, good condition o Fat cows SyooungWorkin gBullocks. good condition 4 Half-fat lIeifers 14 Vealers ]5 head hores, including 'hus colts. 2yrs, and ma...

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT. Saturday, Dec. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 December 1884

GIPPOL'ND STOCK REPORT, Saturday, Dec. 6. Messrs C. Mackintosh and Co.report:-Fat cattle were selling exceedingly well last week. Storesiverealsosellingwell. Horses, right sorts and ages, are selling well, but at a slight reduction, which has been caused by the large number of inferior and unsaleable horses that hare come forward lately having in a certain extent glutted the market. Fat sheep in good demand, stores dull. Pigs in fair demand. At Traralgon, on Monday, we yarded between 200 and 300 head of cattle, which realised highly satisfactory prices, as follows:-Bullllocks to £7; fat cows, light weights and medium qualty, to £5 IOs; springers to £5 10 ; cows, in forward condi tion, to £5 5s; stores, to £4 10s ; 2 to 3 years old steers to £4 ls; 2 to 2) years old steis to £3 Ss; 11 to 2 years steers and heifers to £2 7s Gd, other nescriptions same rates.'Ve, on Tuesdayjlast,tin.conjunction with Mtessrs Richard Mackay and Co., held a clearing-out sale at Mr John IBuntine's place at...

No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 12 December 1884

SIt is announced that Dudley and Stephens, who were sentenced to death' yesterday fot.the mtiuder 'of the boy Parker on the high eesa, have been re spited during ber Majesty's pleasure. "-- Reuter." Tne French Government has sent instructions to. GeneralDe Lisle, the commisnder.in leiief.in. Tonquin, Wand Admiral Courbet the commander-in chiet of the French fleet, to abstain from eogagiog the oiine inutil further orkers- "b uter." Ti e report which was circulated on Tuesday evening that rich stone had been struck at the north end ofithe No. 8 leve of th, Lone Tunnel Extended Company, Walhalla,was confirmed 0on1 Wednesday. Tore reef is 8ft. wide.

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