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

TRIARALGON M IdKiETS Monday. Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. report:-Ow ing to the usual fortnightly sale in Morwell, business here was dull, and the sales dragged I throughout. We, however, yarded over 300 L head and quote sales at the following rates. I Fat bullocks, medium weights, £7 to £715s ; fat cows, medium weights, £5 12s 6d to £5 S15s ; store bullocks, £1 l9s to £5 ; store cows, to £3 5s to £3 10s; store steers, £3 10s i to £1 2s 6d; store heifers, £2 10s. Pigs. Slips, 14s d ; porkers, 2.5s 6d. We also sold a team of working bullocks at £9 15s per head. R. Mackay and Co. report for the week ending the 11th inst.:-On Tuesday the 2nd inst. we held (in conjunction with C. Mackin tosh and Co.) a clearing sale on account of J. Buntine, Esq., Toongabbie. Attendance good, bidding brisk, and everything sold. Bullocks, £5 9s; cows, £4 5s; steers, £4 8s; yearlings, £2 2s ; 2 teams workers, £10, and £9 12s 6d. Waggon, £38. Horses, £14 lOs; mares, £13 15s; fillies, £13; colts, £9. Furniture ...

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

1tst-.Intelligeulce * By Electric"Telegraph. : (From our oirn corrs.pondent.): Thulsdony evening. 0 in. to illness the Premier, was Oble'to pioc'cd' .daw thl'?ba tlihis Torning with t:ilParlianiedfary p:c t·. Mr Ser;ice is evideitly sufferine as the effects of late hobtrs;'and the, trge amount of worry connected ! withl l' Close of a eesidon cf Parliament, Ltd he is now laid. up with a rath, r lid attack of his old malady-indigis tlo. His illness is no', however' so' '?,'re but that a few days rest-should t Ye rnstora ive. -- ! i: . A~other outrai,e has eome to light efPort Adelaide, which hai been kept ¶ilet ,o that the . police iight cip:ure the villian who perpetrated it.

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

iorwell Races. The usual annual Races will be held on BOXING DAY, f2rI DECEMBER, With a BALL in the evening, In aid of the Race Fuands. See future advertisement. W. 2lURDOCH, Hos. SaC. Important Announcement. Traralgon, and surrounding district. BEN. WALLIS, Cabinet-maker, Upholsterer, & FURNISHING UNDEITAKER, Princess-street, Traralgon, (Immediately opposite tie nRailway Gates) HAS pleasurae in informing the inhabitant, of the ii Town and Shir of Traralgon and surrounding a districts, that he has NOW OPENED Hlis commodious Show-room and Workshops, FURNITURE & BEDDING WAREHOUSE, And respehtfully solicits the furnishing public to call and see what they can get for their money. A large assortment of Iron-bedsteads, Bedding, Palliasses, Dining and Drawing Room Suites in leather, hair, and rep; Chiffonniers, Chests Drawers, Mir- c rors, and every description of household Fur niture. All kinds of Furniture made and repaired and re-upholstered. PICTURE Frame Mouldings, and...

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

American Items. Female students are to be allowed to compete for positions as surgeonsin the Paris hospitals. £30,000 is estimated as the sum Fpeat daily in the 25,000 beer-shopsin Paris. T'ere are said to be more than a artoer of a million women in London who work with their need:es for a bare ,absistence. A ship that will scud on the surface f, instead of ploughing through the ca tlis been devised by a Leeds, a;lnd, inventor, who enthusiastically cilims that it wil c. oss the Atlantic in thrte days. St'roltath Pr servat on Society is the name of an association about to be nrmed in England for the preservatioen fout and bridle paths, as well as for de protection of all rights-of-way, va tt space, village greens, &e. tMr Moodyv ays tilht the great need is the churches is " anuctified common I1il workmen in Pittsburg contem e?:. ueorgtnisation of a saciety to I tire i to all deaths by accident in In mill', to furnish the same to the A frll in Philadelphia is building a s at f...

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

DEATH. DU VE.—On the 23rd October last, at her residence, Holloway N., London, Joanna Hall, relicit of the late C. A. F. Du Ve, of Warsaw, and mother of C. I. Du Ve, of Rosedale, aged 71.

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

The Peterkin Challenge Cup. I/ The Boolara Club having withdrawn, the Heyfield team has been substituted there. for.. €..:. : SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13. . Traralgon v. Latrobe, at Traalgon. Toongabbie v. Morwell, at Morwell': Rosedale v. Heyfield, at Rosedale.. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3. - Toongabbie v'. Latrobe, at Latrobe... Rosedale v. Meorwell, at RosIdale: Traralgon v. Heyfield at Heyfield. RETURN MATCHES. :. SATURDAYi JANUARY 17. Toongabbie v. Traralgon, at Toongabbie Latrobe v. Rosedale, at Rosedale. Heyfield .v. Morwvell, at Heyfield. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31. Morwell v. Traralgon, at Traralgon. Rosedale v. Toongabbie, at.Toongabbie. Latrobe v. Heyfield, at Latrobe. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14. Rosedale v. Traralgon, at Rosedale. Latrobe v. Morwell, at Morwell. Heyfield v. Toongabbie, at HIeyfield. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23. Latrobe v. Traralgon. at Latrobe. Morwell v. Toongabbie, at Toongabbie. Heyfield v. Rosedale, at Heyfield. SATURDAY, MARCu 14. Latrobe v. Toongabbie, at Toongabbie. Morwell v. ...

IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 December 1884

"IRELAND. In Ireland the criminal courts are again producing interedting matter. The arrest of a clerk in the ofice of the "Freeman's Journal" named Allen has been followed by singular revela Stion/apr'oviag once more that the Fe manf oe'Revolutionary Society .vhich has taken its place, is yet in existence, and that it has its head-quarters at Partis. I ertain ]letters addressed- by Allen to a Paris hotel were notclaimed and being returned to the Dead Letter -officei were fund to contain treason able docuimenti' In certain of hii? comjnunicatigna,Allen, who seems to, -aIper?daoof sotne-imporlancs in the society, set out the number cf men in thaborganization, and gave detailh of thli~armns and ammuititon in their pos. seealon. They..en?,i.o Inhd left Ire land to join the conpiray iln America were also;ata:ed, and he 'pAke confi dently ofthel: work bhich the new bia'nch of the society, kct nen under the name of the " Avengers," had in hs:nd Ita"ght:-to?ji' :erpainid that the "Avingers...

Minstrel Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 December 1884

Minstrel Entertainment, On Friday last the local Amdatea Christy Minstrel Troupe gave an enter tainment in the Traralgoa Meclhanies' Hall, which was croeded by an audi ence, who appeated to thoroughly eajoy themselves, the takings of the concert amountit.g to about £14. On the curtain rising, tht following sonug were rendered :--"Something rather dangerous," by Mr A. Christy; "The Hazildell," by Mr H. Lslie; (comic) " Razors in the air," by Mir Jos. Campbell ; "The o.d log eab.n in the dell," by Mr M'AFrlte, whichl as. nicely sung; (comte)" Eighteenlpence' tiy Mr A: Christie :;1Slavery dais," Mr F. Murthal. received much apphuse: (:omic) '" The bill of fare," Air Jos. Campbell, heartily applauded. After the singieg of this song t:re corner men-Messrs A. Christie antI. Jos. Campbell-left the erecle to conduct the Traralgon Brss liantI on to the stage, and after Mr Eastwood's song, " Eta Moore," tuey appeared with a large drum and a brass tenor instru meat, giving such choice selectio...

THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 December 1884

THE GAZETTE. -o- On the 22nd inst., the Minister of Lands will hear and decide on object tions that may be proposed to the rent of a run at Shallow Inlet, by Geo. Black, rent to be charged on 140 head of cattle. Ispsue of new licenses approred-M. D. Halltt, 9a, Loay Yang'; P. Xallady, 20a, Devon. Application for lease approved Win. Gales, 69a 3r 13p, Tanjil. Tenders will be received until the 15th January, for the repairs, during the years 1885 and 1880 of theplatelayers' tools an the Oakleigh to Sale and Hey. qeld lines-particulars at Warragul; Qakleigbh, and Sale stations.

Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 December 1884

Correspondence. - -0 hL the Editor of tAe "Toaralyon Record." Sir,--I would feel greatly obliged if you wouldletme l kno by what authority, or what grounds, the councillors of the Shire of _Trarlgon have considered it necessary to re for my correspondence to the Inspector of Police. If I had wishedto send my corrts pondence to that gentleman, I could hrve done a4 mysolf,,lt.wa niqt him, but the coun. cillors whom I requested to remove the people from the road at once. If the coun cillors are afraidto do their duty, let them ietire, ind ?e are quite able toget men to fill theirplaeea. I am. etc., Ha?elwood, JAMES MACDONALD December 16th, 18841. FEd. T.R.-The Councillors considerel that a complaint of annoying and disorderly conduct had been made, and considered thu police the proper authorities to deal with the matter. Perhaps M3r M'Donald'a request was not properly understood.)

LATROBE, 1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 December 1884

LATROBE, lst Innings: A. W. Crowe, b Johnson 2 T. Martin, c Baird, b Johnson--. L--21 A. M'CollU c and b Wilson .. . 6 E. M3irston, b-Wilson -..-- -- . C. Mlarton, c Whittakers, b Wilson 8" P. Hill, b Johnson 1r C. O'Meara, not out 10' W. O'3earm, b Johnson 0 W. O'lfeara,'c and b Curran' 10 Biins,b Curran . 1 Terry, b Curran 2 , Sundries 7 Total 50 DOWLING ANALYSIS. Wilson, 48 balls 12 runs, 3 wkts ; Johnson, 36 balls, 22 runs, 4 wkts; Curran, 18 balls, 8 runs, 3 wkis. The Morwell Cricketers on Satur day defeated the Toongabbie team by one innings and 20 runs for the Peter. kin Cup. The Rosedale Cricketers visited Wal halla with a rather weak team, and suf fered a defeat. The scores being Rosedale, let innings, 32 runs; 2nd, 47 runs; Walball, Ist innings, 96. Sale representatives visited Maffra and secured a win against that town by 20 runs.

Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 December 1884

giscellaneous. .i Guthridge and Co.- hold p land ,'at dlorwell on Mdhdi3., when ?leill oafar 39 allotments forpublic ~tition. . . Io our last issue, the name of F.. la ws inadertently omitted from t0;jt of competitors for tbe Christmas a age" correspondent at'Drouin, +redaesday, states that-Itl:'is ,td that pleuro has brokendout at •ri, and that 20 head of cattle base rJrirng the last fortnight. ,e*Time") are informed that 1soppers are making their appea ' in large nutbera throughoutthe t and in the treighborhood.of peld are making great havoe .st the grass. Vegetable gardens sufferi "eeierc!y from the rav i thtse pests. Atths Moe licensing court, on Wed 1l lOth inst., before Mr J. A.Pan. S1l.t and Mr t. W. Brooke, J.P., '. ( 'louing .nblican's licenses were ?e?'?31brJy J. Attwood, Moe ho d0o.; Jse. Trebilcock, Selector's t.,. A f. Hennesasy,. Retreat ,'estbury ; W. Bredin, jun. r hotel, Mirboo; M. Rout, o tel and billiards; J. Maho .i.racan West hotel; Jesse Has 'Tanjil hlotel ; Sa...

Traralgon South. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 December 1884

-0 (F?ra OUv OWS CORIaESPOIDENT.) "he crops ,round here are looking ) :-'ass, but, I fear, should the pre It shooer'v weather continue some insare will be done to thl, standing toa. The caterpillar too, on the other haJd threatens the ht:lters, as a rain o11 at this seson ,f te s ear generally favors toe multiplicity of these devas tatrs of herbage. Lan!hold ers here arerather jubilat over the tempting figure offered to Mr iechalfonfor his SO-acre homestead, viz.,--.£ per acre-man}" of the flais lo g ,he Tiaralgon creek ([ don't'il terd h.s to be peeroual) are compris tiof the very choicest of soil for either sica tulal or grazing purposes; ':nd' thould commtandi attentio.a froni per ions desirous of securing a good farm,. .hile its proximity to Callignee leaves iit?ficiintly moist to insure against iftling lisk. a droaght.i ,the driest

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 December 1884

W, - , O 'ý iý :f:.iq ,~rB of 1lr z'- ~·1 i~ ij orIM ff' !f·' t a I' r Iinan jI ct o d m. he e clI be prep atred to dl redb ie ;o n f wan- thte September 8th! 1 a the.. .. Tarwn street, M RW E.>L..: ForGreat Lines. wliicha,.hare no Rival ` hi nitralia. Fo r !:Ui ý7t-it~t'10 Sd1IlEDHAV',flR & SOEHNhE. sCIPIIDT & So~ul. ~iTII Ut1 . AYEI EICA 2', - OR A_.. One f the Oideat tyao most lenoooied lhknto Europe, whose oslf c nuo ag_*t for eny Drawenng room in the world. !LACED ABOVEALL OTHEBEEA'r TRE4A Ezhtibitiou-Melhbumne, & Stuttgart G e BAUTIPULr YODEL, eBll and fiionretljthowm t Vkttifeh tthei' llut10 The Grandest and Most Perfect Ptino at M x i MeiiumPritx . ^.:tf': n eirtnIrAirtrtn Pc~l; rl fi a kt icr~y;r rJ~IY L U. iý ErzcýT/ o gru Peeitrngdoub bliq e)), :Tddhoro d thlda out, wih ull iron frame and bueelihe metal Pi Plate hiingi. e Wkny tuInk Toeth aqd sAne bodjpyt Tone." Thbe msteltnt.thse most dinbket ' ths ybeapest mall eettn op o.ererOefnfeLLoDthab._ ...

Sunday Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 December 1884

' CHURCH OF, ENGLAND Rev ,J. tR..Walker,at , . 1 Trralgon 1 1 Eaglehawk .. 2 Scarne pl ? . : GrOnd Chnral Service, bOlstmas aay, at 11a.m. PRESBYTERIAN CIHURCH R-v. J. G. Wilson, a?i Haieldisad I .u. ctl. 11 a.m. ..Boolaa,: ... 3 p.m. Service will be conducted:this eve g by Rev. J. M'Neil, B.A., at.Rosedale, at o'clock aod. Sabbath morning, and, evening, aoQ o Moaday eTuaeday and .Wedeiesdaifiit 8 pm." MrDuncan-:-.,, ... ;. ; j ,.Toongabbie . ,'/... ..i. pm. eTraralgon ., Hd i WESLEYBN CHURCH. :Tracalgoa ýý,.; iý'lý 0 lu 1

Traralgon Ahtletic Sports. Acceptances. TRARALGON CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 December 1884

JT ifraragoihetletic sports. I TALALGO00 CGP .1'1 .. Name 120ylods 220o 40yds S;3 irifield.i1 / sdr scr i.,,'3 L' Chautiide' scr sr . 3 .?O'Connor scr 2 I:- " 6 J: Nelson 2o!( )q 3 ser J: Pearce 4 , , , . w l 7, G! Flettcle1', . " - . , TI C."Tira "" - a , u . 15 , A L C u rra n 1' 7 . . . "1 0 ? ... 16 t J.jR. Baird 7 '- 10 16 W. Bzeuri' WOWst ! ,Et1Q 1`S P 16 J: Ti A. Downie , . 1 p! Munen :" " '12 . . ,20 Cll;N?e '7 131' " 2 : v a .. - e:- ' . 2 Pý:K .. ..... " - T Duck 9 17 2T5'" HURDLE RACE. S ' ;., , 120yd 240yds Ii. ?ijerce . ....d r, -r Nelson .? .I.S.TT. .. . 4 . io lOTIT ,:u1O 'i 6 .l .1 - 31. Curra s 80~'·i2~_;! ~ b·!1! 1 Jearce s _ Chutim 30P C.Nlon nor! ;' C.BJ " 0 F. White 14 ORiley' 45 V. Bresfinld " ,t,) :' aiB" ,Otratn.:- . ,' 01 C, J"uuv Boswe~ ll:. ? =?.:. . ,lci. ,,.. 66, J. Nelson 188~;I 3 ni-W.'ii m~d IJ 1~ 1 ..w. !, . - .,Be" i 6. ; 15 . JC: Ri-ce n - .Wi l ba ,t(* T h. 8e8 , d - !. 01J~i1 :.gds J, T.rsa d 9' so RA1erc ,'sBcc,ýrL C~ut e 3 J.iNlsn4 At the Tooag...

Warragul Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 December 1884

Warrgul Horse Sale. .3re Wuirtm flailton dnd'Co replortA \Ve heldlalarge sale of horses at .WarraYiil of:Fridag alsdl?oturdaley 12th and 13th insts \We yarded over 200 head in the two dsay;.! the m7jority 6lfwhich wero sold at very fitis factory prices. HIaditnot beeh forithie lain interTering with thei saleditilllea r ?? iiinlibr woesld hi?vepassed the hainmmer :: .: °"

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT, Saturday, Dec. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 December 1884

OGIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT, Saturday Dec. 13. Messi C. Manckintoshssiid. o. repodrt:--Fat cattle sold well last week, stores rather easier. Horses, right sorts, in good demand. Fat sheep selling Well, stores dull: Pigs in fair demand. At Morwell on Monday we yarded between 200 and 300 head..of cattle, which sold exceedingly well as follows :--Fat bul. locks, mediuineu-iglitand'sjility, to £9 12s d ;.fat steers, medium quality, to £7 Is; store bullocks, to £6; fat cows, medium weigshtatid-qality; to-£R; forward condi tion:cows; ;to: £;. other descriptions:safasj ratot.e-wAt Matfrh on Friday, weso sold store co?ks to.£Ils, heifers td'£3!8ss-' : ;

European News. THE ENABLING BILL. London, December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 December 1884

European News. (From the "Arguse:) SE ENABLINQ BILL Th'amerdmen nts proposed by the Colonial Offic- the draft bill to con stituteiFederal 'Coun ilof iAutrala ala are as follow::: It is proposed to omiit fr'om' el ae 15, the peneral Legislative clause, the words deljringthdatthe F'djirl Coun. cil has legislitive authority i,' over all Her, Majesty's possessions in Austra lasi~ and over all Britiahi'ips sl ailing between themB."" si ali The reason given' for this amend ment is.that there might be a conflict of auth.irity between the Federal Council and." the admiralty in :these matters;. - :: It is held that the Imperial sanction will-be required for. legislation under sub-sections A, ; aind , of clause 15, namely: ;: The relations of Australasia with ':lthe islands of the Pcific. ': = B. Prevention of the influx of crimi. nale . c. Fisheries in Auslralasias :waters beyond territorial limits. Clause 26, providing that theneeces. sary expenditure incurred by the Council shall be defray...

Latest Intelligence Thursday evening. London, Dec. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 December 1884

Ide7 t Intelligence o- By Electric Telegraph. . , (From our own correipondent:) Th !rsda.o y evening.:., London, Dec.,17.; i: qit:ono of London Bridge nt low rirb'rern ninde. witli tlie result. thltý,en d'stihcet creeks haev b'een ?oal in one of 'the abut t«a of the brirdle. 'No' borib1ie ' tntertainred rrat thre emplo ;nirai caused by dynamitie' The "Pall" Mall Ga'itt" 'of : itday 1 pb ihen paragraph st?tin'!'that it 1s rason to believe .that the Porti ..4' Government meditates Itlrhenced 0 to Gernianv. of L'elaoa:nBa?'B ini thseozimbique Chanceli' ,.-ia."z The '"dvert?r?'r sta' thitt'sp, - eas coins' are r-eing distributed lint Gr,!ong. A cleverly made couniterfeit' .r-n lna counterfeit ;slilititg''ighbe I'v doased at Mr H. Cot'tn's grocbry3 othblih ment ino Chilwell:duri rtlmhe ia't w d ays. hie lofty hall at. the bliaek 6filh hehange.ieading room. in Collins st: '"densely eroadeitl tbisimeroinig, i lr.anant to or ers frbm'nthe ees.eutors,' 5sis's C. J. and T. Hamrn sbminttedl oe...

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