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

TRARALGON MEKIETS 'Monday. Messrs English, Little, andCo, report: Fat Cattle.-Very few torward; prices about same as last sale., Stores-Market fully supplied, and biddings dull. We sold bullocks 'at £4, £4 15s, £417s, to £5; 'cows and heifers at £2 12s 6d to £3; milkers to £5 ; igs. Market good; we soldporkersat £15s; sows £2 10s. t. Mackay ? d Co. report for rthe week ending the'l8th inst. :-At our sale, Traralgon, on-Monday, the' yards were fairly well stocked, and with the exception of one or two small lots all were sold., We sold-Fat bul locks, £7 15s' fat cows, £5 5s; stores, £3 18s; springers, £42s ; heifers,£215s ; steers, £2 18s; yearlings £1'17ss; workers, £6 16s. Horses.?A fair supply forward, whichl sold well. Draught stook, colts, 2 years, £20; yearling fillies, £18; yearling colts, £10; light draught, 2 years, to £16;.hacks, to £14; ponles' to £10. Pige.-We sold-Fat pigs, to £3 4s; half-fat, £1 19s 6d; small, to 12s 6d. We also sold severallotsof saddlery, roofing iron,...

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

American Items. Orderlies in the Italian army now, use the bicycle in the'performance of their duty. During 1883, 450 lives were saved on the British coast by means of the rock't apparatus. A dynamite machine was placed on a street car track at Bradford; England, the other day, but did no,barm. 2 SLondon is rapidly adopting the C6no tinental method of observing Sunday, and strictChristiane are becoming much alarmed in conequence. .. . An attempt at opening up a new vo cation for the blind is now being made in England, where a' movement is on foot to employ them as telegraph ope-' rators. Another mountain railway has been opened in. Germany'on'the 'iamb prp ciple as the 'igi':ied:ris 'ald, to the .National Germania Monument. The trial of the electric light, which was made in a portion' of the House of Cdmonbns,?has gi?in r sh'e?giest satis faction that it is .the intention, of. the authorities to extend it all over the building. '. : Over:38,000 Polish Jew, who fled ,from iRussia on ...

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

m UOUNDED at iOSEDALE, by Mr Ja -J. Bornm Roan heifer, branded " over T off rump, 2 off ribs, alit in off ear. Rodn and white spotted heifer, branded ^ over T off rump, 2 off ribs, slit in off ear. Red and white spotted heifer, branded over T off rump, like 2 off ribs, slit in off ar., .Red and white spotted-heifer, branded . ovee T off rump, like 2 off ribs, slit in of ear. Red and white steer, no visible brands. Red arlothite heifer, top off off ear; W near ribs, x off 33 off romp and thigh. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold 13th January, 1805. C:DU YVE, Poundkeeper. BRZCKS' BRZGKS II: Of the finest quolity. Can't be beaten in Gippeland..: J. DUNBAR, Tratlalgon, Will undertake to deliver, any quantity not less than 2000 at'Toongabbie or Flynn's. Creek railway stations, at £2 10s per 1000; Also at IMorwell railway. station, for £2 8s per 1000 At Trarolgon townshilios per agreement. Bank of Australasia. An Office of the above Banlk is n ? '" OPEN DAIZY AT r . "MORWELL For...

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

Cr elict. --0- TRARALGO y. LATROBE. ,,;.. The local team met an eleven repre Eenting the Latrobe Club, on Satdrday, and secured a win by 70 rans. in .t1i first idnii?s. The eame was. con .tinued, however, .over time, and La trobe made O1 runs in their second iri nirge. Mr R. Wilson acted as captain for Traralgoti and Mr A. Crowe per -formed a like" duty .for Latrobe.: '-Tid following are the scores:= TRARALGO\N lt.Inuings.:....`. J. Curran, b W. O'leara , J. Williams, run out . .0 E. A. Johson, b C. OC reara , 66 R. Wilson b W. O'meara .:-8 J. Moswbry, c Binns, b W. O'Meara 0 IM. Curran, b MIartin. 2 H. Munro, b M~irtin 12 II. Curran, Tbw h Terry 14 J. Kenvdi. b Martin ' . .9 J. t. Baird, not out: ý0. E. Whittaker Tb Terry 0 Sundris 12 Total 126 BowrLISG ANASLTS?iS T. Martin, 1SO balls, 48 runs, 3 wkts ;"W. O'Meia-t, 144 balls, 42 runs, 3 wits ;C. O'Meara, 6 balls 1 "run I wkt;??' A Crowe, 21 balls 17 runs; J; Terry, 9 balls, 1 run, 2 ewkts.

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

ND Stock, Station and GENERAL CO][HISSION AGENTS -o asGEN S or.- Tral Vtst sats; li .iortgalyoces. Rose Z.etd Loan Company. National of Nea Zewland, Fire .3 Marine London and Lanoashire Fire sNew Zealand Acidcint ATC'TIOIN' ?: I.:S ,S , ?iucedaatralr Lions made in any part of Gippsland. LOANS ,e:o3tiae:d i.;. r,,i descriptlio of Landed Property, Sto . e i, t Chattels, and every kind of finalnnril agency undertaken RICIL: l s ACr v to nC. hol ie Ssales ofaorses, Caln. Ies se, S4eep, of their "7aralgon Yar,;' crery lMonday. Toongabbie yards, last l',ldnesday in each maonth. dNoncell yards, aPt Ionday in each monanth Latrobe yards,'serbid TIcsday in each nionth Clearing sales--Daily. Noir--A3cconttr sale iramptly rendered. t. TOOSGABBIE, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 24. SIACKAY & CO. will sell at their new yards, Toongabliie, ni the. abov date--, 10 Fat Bullocks and Cows .10,Store ntllloks,;. and d4 yrs., ,_ 25 good Store Cows 11 grand IBacon Pig's Horses, S~hrepand Sundries . IORWELL.: MOR...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1884. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 December 1884

(Published every Friday mo'ing.) NEWS AND.NOTES. -We are informed that two gentlemen feel aggrieved at the comments con tained han ?r aetdtd-igeb"e b t)+fi inst., in a footnote to that letter we disclaitpellUJat- _sy?ppl?iA yith the statements made, and regret -that any annoyance has been caused thereby. .1iols7,itI ,1, /.01 :.U .1. Rainfall at Loy Yang.-On the 12th ·inst.e had 28 points on the 13th 22°posnes;' ont ,t+] tl+63 p'ihtsa; ' or in all 1160 inchdleliethiast report. On Monday afternoon a m-eting of the Proviaieonl 9ommittee on tle, Tra ralgon andiid strict Agricett turnl So ciety was held,-when-rules were drawn up for submission to the General Mee ting of 'nembbers'.i '::. . :. Thle Committee appointed for the carrying out of the necessary arrange ments with reference to obtaining a di vision of the Shire into ridings met on Mondý 'i tilheShire Hall, Mr J., W. Haganbi the eonveno? in tlhe chair, and it was decided that fresh action should be taken ; that legul advice shoul...

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

TRARALGON ATHLETIC SPORTS. (BOW?ING DAT.) GRAND ANNUAL GATHERING . DECEMBER'26th, 1884.' Weather -permitting. - First race to start at 11 a.m. sharp. PROGRAMM- 1. MAIDEN PLAT--100 yds, entrance 2s 6d. Prizes, £2, £1, lOs. 2. BoY's RACE (under 12)-100 yds. Prizes, 10s, 5s,. Free 3. Her. HURDLE RACE, (1st event) 120 yds, entrance 6s. Prizes£4, £2,' £1. (Closed.) 4. RUnINse HIGH'JUMP (Hep.).-entrance 2s. Prizes, £1, 10s. . 5. TARAALGON. CUP; (lst event)-entrance 7s 6d. Prizes, £10, £4, £2, (closed.) 6. Boy's Rnce (under,15) 150 yds, entrance * Is. Priis, 10s, 5s. 2s 6d. 7, CHnISTMAS GIFT,--880 yds, entrance 6s Prizes, £4, £2,£l1. (Closed) 8. VAULTING (Hcp.)-EntrancB 2s. Prizes, S£1,10s; . 9. TnARALGuON" "CUP (2nd evenlt) . 10. GInRL' RACE.--00 yds. Prizes,10s, 5s,' 2s Gd. Firee 11 HURDLE HACE ::.(2nd : reent). 12. SIAMESEu.. RACE.-100 yds,: entrance . 9s. Prize£, £1, lOs. 13. COMPULSOnY CoMMITrEE RAcE.-160 : yds, entrance 2s Gd., Prizes, £1,10s, 5s. 14. TUG OF' WA .-Enutrace Is: Prize ...

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

The Mignonette. -Thie trial of Thomas-Dudley and and Edwin Stephens the captain arid tl e yacht Mi no eate, for the wilful murder t a ichard Par. ker oa the high seas, on July 25, took place at Exeter on the 6th November (writes our London correspondent) be fdre Mr Baron Huddleston.. Tnecourt was densely crowded, even ladies being present. The prieener Dudley seemed in good spirits, but Stephens-was anx ions and depressed. Toe counsel' for the defence insisted that the 'action of the prisoners was justified by 'tlid necessity of their case.'' The jury re turned the following verdict,- adding thereto-a strong expression of sy.mpa thy and compassion for the sufferings the prisoners had undergone:--"That on July 5, 1284, the prisoners, .with one Brooks; an able-bodied English seaman, and the deceased, an' English boy, between 17 and 18, the' crew of an English yacht, were cast away in a storm on the high seas, 1600 miles from the Cape of Good Hope,. and were compelled to put into an op...

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

' C;L" " . , i 'E D " . . Mfessrs o. 3f7.eau nod Co:'report : - att Ca le.-- rawn or. oere sFa smik= dcimdreverm it luagmis, especially in prime aont ieav sorbs ..e sold I0 bullocks for Ir P'r'Brlcn to £?1--is for Birkly qt a old calve'at-O. • - 1. L[ssm Pa 1, iifdson, and Raynor report:- -1 7.-ardced ; lrgeproportiongoodto prime, best pelessold,briskcr.than last week, others iesultitedr: ?.Wesbod from Glippsland 27 Hey -field bullocks, averaging £11 4s 9d; 20 cows nmi rtltuet.ks,'tr Donatld~1 ison; bullock, averagin 9a 7d' c5,Z 37 C5; .lf lulloc'i: M i?'Wm.\Whit akers- averaging £S 13s 6' IC 0bullo'lts', r IaltcOtnbCammplboll, bullocks 'iit l10 I'es ;.eows,t£6.t"f.,4ti from Western Pfort,,nrtl.?lc,Mptthi.eat, 131, to £14 its for co~-, li-;ping thie market and £13 2s Gd for UullbCks $O gPO~dttiyes parried'al ' bMessrs" . ibson nd Co. report -Fat catle:10..(l?f?,Va5tdt r week's h plfy, mostly g4s9t o prime quality and comumanded keen prnpetition at advance of 10s per ead, other dtp 1...

MISCELLANEOUS. Cairo, Dec. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 December 1884

MISCELLANEOUS, Cairo, Dec. 15. General Lord Wohlseley and the h-ad-quarters sttff- of the Army have left Dongola ' en x ute". for Korti, a short distance from A mbukol. Advices have been received that' Colo'el Her bert Stewart,with themounted infantry, the Guards, and the camel corps, have reached Korti, where they found ample supplies. The tribes in the vicinity are alho reported to be friendly.--Reu. ter. News from.the front states that a messenger has arrived at the British ou'posts from 'Klhir'ltoum, 'reporting that General Gordon continues to harass the enemy in the vicinity of that place. 'He had for some tim's past been. engaged' undermining, the' forts erecied by' the rebels at Amderman; a few miles from Khartoeum. The mines were successfully. exploded, with the result that agreat number of the enemy were killed and wounded.-lfester. + "-"-' . ý : Paris; Dec.12.' At to-day,s sittings cf the French Senate, M. Jules Ferry; the Premier, stated that the'attitude assumed by the C...

ORIGINAL POETRY. O, MAMMY, COME HAME. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 19 December 1884

ORIGINAL POETRY. O, MAMMY, COME HAME.   I saw a bit bairnie alane--a' alane, Kneelin ' on a new yird-happit mound; Her face was stampit wi' pain-oh ! sic pain, As her tears drappit sair to the ground.   Her yellow hair loose kissed the yird--the cauld yird, The h r oen han's were howkin' sae fast; Her sabbin' an' sighin' I heard, an' it stirred. A' the pity that lay in my breast. "O, mammy, come back ! oh , come back !" aye she cried, "Nae ane's in the hoose, an' its no like the same. Come, mammy, an' tak' me ance mair to your side; Ye manna lie here, mammy, come awa' hame; She lai, ts :the "n0's , ' uther ert--ae wee ear, I c!r:ti, ,' o" a' h' r' bbio' did fa'; Sac krntcosL"e o ice did he ha r--just to cheer, t For sae m.~mmy 'tlld answ'er her ts'; The wee heart mistr bk wti' its grid--oh; sic grief, - t A,!i :;?tld bnt _t its rply;-, . . lse oni .ste taull eird was decf--ever def', ".? sss n <nrr wfut' ?,, her wid cr? "O Oh, mar , score ,l't! o...

Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 December 1884

RIscellaneous. -0- The recent visit of theband and choir of the Victorian Blind Asylum to Gipps land has been a successful one, speak ing from a financial point of view, as something like £200 has been realised by it The two performances in Sale resulted in the handsomie amount of £70 19s 9d which, with £10 16a 6d the amount collected at the Victoria Hall, and £3 3s donation from St. Paul's Church, brought the gross total to £84 19s Sd. If the new tariff for grain on the Victorian railo as does not meet with the approbation of agriculturalists, ex cursionists and holiday makers cannot accuse the Railway Commissioners of neglecting to afford them facilities for travelling far and at a cheap rate to enjoy theirholidays. TheLakes'Navi gation Company, too, have joined in the "cheap fare" scheme, and in conjunc tion with the Railway Commissioners have fixed a tariff which cannot fa'l to be popular. The fare from Melbourne for the round trip to the Lakes per rail snd steamer is first clas...

Local Land Board. FRIDAY, DEC. 16. SECTION 19. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 December 1884

Local Land Board. FRIDAT, Dec. 16. SECTION ]9. I. John Dyer, Jaryrale, Sa 3r 28p, north of his present selections : recommended. 2. Win. Moore' 268a 2r31p, Tralgon,north of J. pryde.: postponed to next Board. 3. Alexuder Fraser, 4a, Trarolgon, south of P. DIetrue : recommended, subject to payment of valu ation for improvements and excision of road on west side. 4. Thomas Powell, 5 o Ir 38p, Loy Tang, south of. J. Downie: recommended. 5. Soil 3acdonald, 120O dr 3p, Hazelwood, east of p. Fraser : recommended. 6. ly. Y.D. Scott, 50r5p, Bulga, east of H. Smithies: recommended. 7. Alexander Sturgoo, 207a 2r 1Sp, Bulga, north of . Clarke: postponed to neto Boanl. 8. Wo. olley, 175a tr 9p, Bulgo, south of P. Clarke: recommended. 9. Frederick Smith, O 3rr 38p, Bulga, south of J. Wills: recommendod. tO. Alexander C. Smith, SO3193, 3rt2p, Bulgs, south of W. Tolley: recommended. ot. John Wills, 200 Or 30p, Bulga, south of J.1ol croft: recommended. 1. Frederiok W. iHoughtoo, Ssa tr38p, ludgeree...

MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 December 1884

0 BiWORF DLL. Richard Mack.y and Co. report that they held on Mfonday, at MIoic:ell, in conjunct;,n with C. MC lkint' shi and Co., toe largest subdivisional olan sale ever hield in Gippsland-the land stoil atec at the j:nction of the Mirbeo and Morwrell and Sale rai line eliciting the highest bidding-The aver.,ge of the bloclks south and west of the june iion realized at til rate of £78 is 2d per acre, whilst those nortll of the junction realised £27 IS1 per acre. When it is taken into consideration thla the land submitted t", public com petition cost only tix years ago £1 p-r acre-the increase in valiue scells somethine enormous-bu the rapid and exteensive settlement which is tak ing place right to the sea board through county which for richness of soil, and innuner::ble mountltin &treanl lets, canrot be surpassed in the world fully justifies the prices paid. They cloircd 93 lots, realizong 2276 10s, and every lot submitted was sold, the pur chasers all bcolg well sa:isfied...

TRARALGON MARKETS Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 December 1884

TIRARALGON I I;KE 'S Monday. R. Mackay and Co. report held a very successful land sale at Morwell on Mondis; (see Iorwvell correspondence), and also th:at they, at the same township, sold 100bullocks at £4 9s G6d; 25 steers at £2 10J; odd lots at current rates. At Traralgon n the samene day. we sold SMr M'Auley's Wheat Sheaf IlItel for £215, and sundries at current rates. Mlessrs A. I'Lenat and Co. report :--Mar ket still dull, though prices for stores were a shade higher than last week. We yarded a full supply, and effected sales at the follow ing rates-Fat bullocks, £7 5s to £7 10s; do cows, £6 5s to £6 15s; store bullocks, £1 to £4 l1s ; do cows, £3 to £3 s ; springers, £3 13s to £3 17s lid; store steers, £2 17s to £3 10s ; young heifers, £ 14sto £1 19s ; pigs to £1 10s. GIPPSLSD STOCK REPORT, Saturnlay, Dec. 13. M1ssrs English, Little, and Co. report: FatCattle.--No alteration this week. We sold at Traralgon, Maffra. and Sale bullocks. £6 15s to £8 5 ; cows, £1 15s to £6 2s 6d ;...

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 December 1884

MELlBOURNE MARKE.'r. Tuesday. Messrs R. Gibson and Co. report:-Fat Cattle.--100 forward for fortnight's supply, and owing to the moderate number prices advanced fully los per head. We quote ctra prime bullocks at £13 to £15 5s. We sold 60 M'Millan's Caldcrmende bullocks averag ing £11 l3s; 20 Campbell's Traralgon Park bullocks, £11 11s, and 140 for different ow ners. Fat Sheep.-l15,000 yarded, consisting of about equal proportions of all qualities. Prime wethers sold at advanced rates, others dull of sale, best merino wethers making 11s Gd, crossbred do to 13s 9d. We sold 5000. Messrs A. I'Lean' and Co. report:-Fat Cattle.-OO1600 forward ; a slight rise in prices. We sold 21 bullocks for Mr Jas. Buckley to £1 Sso Gd ; 20 for Mr W. Buckley to £11 7s Gd; 11 for Mr Morgan to £ 17is Gd; Swee ney's cows to £6 7s Gd; Chestci's bullocks at market rates. We anlso:sold 18 calves for different owners from listo 2s. "Fat Shee?. -We sold 110 wethers for Mr IM'Donald, Clippings, to 10s; 240 ewes...

To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 December 1884

To the Editor of me " Taralgon Record." Sir,-.Allow me to request the scretary of the Mechanics' Hall for an explanation of -tlihe citumstauces connected with the letting of the hall for Boxing Night. , It being a public institution, I thilnk the public are en titled to an answer. Hoping for a favorable reply, I am etc. 22 112 184. Pno:BONO PUBLICO.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 December 1884

RIichard M9ackay. AND Stock, Station and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS --o AGENTS FORe I'Frust Estates, and .Mortgagees. Newo Zealand Loan Company. Aational of New Zealand, Fire i Marine London and Lancashire Fire New Zealand Accident AUCTION SALES conductedatdnvalta tions made in any part of Gippsland. LOANS negotiated on ervery descriptio!l of Landed Property, Stock,and Chattels, and S every kind of fina.lcial agency undertaken "ICHARD MACKAY. & CO. hold o weekly sales of hlorses, Cat:le, rigs, Sheep, c., at their, Traralgon Yards every Jlonday. Toongabbie yards, last Wednesday in each month. Maorwell yards, ast Monday in eactmonath SLatrobe yards, recond T7uesday in each month ClearBing sales-Daily. NoTE-Accountso sale promptly rendered. TRARALGON, 31ONDAY, DEC. 29. , Hi. Horses., Horses. " Horses. RICIIARD MACKAY & CO will sell at their new yards, on above date for various ownera. 50 head Horses, Oomprising Heavn. Medium;'' and: Light Dlaughts, Bluggy, Indian, Saddle...

Sunday Services, CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 December 1884

unuday Services, CIIUIICH OF ENGLAND. RErv. f it. .\ -r, rt Callignee - 11 n.m. rlyn's Creek ... 3 p.m Traralgon 7 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHI. Ehv' J. G. Wilson, at 'I raralgon .. 11 a.m. North Hazelwood ... 3 p.m. l onvell .. 7 WESLEYAN CHURCH. Ite F.A. Herman at Toh gabbie ... 11 a.m. Eaglehawk .. ... ... 230 p.m Trar:lgon .. .. 7 p.m. Masses next Sunday at Sale, losedale,Tra. Talgon and 3forwel

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 December 1884

Tips by "Hino." TRARALG ON CUP. 1 Pletcher 2 Maxfield 3 O'Connor IHURDLE RACE. 1 H. Curran 2 R. Pearce 3 Nelson CHRISTMAS GIFT. 1 Riley 2 Chautimo 3 Boswell MILE IACE. 1 ltvDowll 2 Riley S3 Nelson COMMITTEE RACE. 1 Mitchell' 2 Raird 3 W. West T'Ihe -E res of Chili. has vane tioned a tailwh.,. fiom Tilentsin to Pe king. 'Ih I1? mtcriids have been con srnetedl in (i'emauiy and s' ippl: . An.ong Ithle r gllitions of a nre:It formed lclurch al1on, the Zulua il "outh Afric., was ti1e fol0in0: ' No mcmber of this chulrch s'lall b1 p rmlittid to drink t't white mIan's grlog or native b: c, nor tonc!l it ntit O -ICE. TE will hold no SaIlcs at our Traralgon arnds itil January 5th. 188.° A. 3['LEAN ,& CO. T\\TANTED-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 KNOWN-That IHides, Kan garoo, Calf Skins. &c., are required at TR.\RALGOý TANNERY ; alo Bark. B...

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