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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 December 1884
BRICKS!. BRICKS !! Of the finest quality. Can't to beaten it Gippsland. J. DUNBAR, Traralgon, Will undertake to deliver any quantity not less than 2000 at. Toongabbio or Flynn's Creek railway stations, at £2 10s per 1000; Also at 3Iorwell railway station, for £2 Ss per 1000 At Traralgon township as per agreement. TANKS ! TANKS II TANKS II! nD. f5'OCA jvTH TINS311TH, PLUMBER & IRONWORKER Opposite the Post Oflice, TRARALGON. TANKS (plain and corrugated iron). ,Speotinr. Baths. Lampsound Tinware. All kinds of Tin, Iron, and T'lumbin waore made and repaired. Estimates given for Roofing, Spouting; Pumps. and Beer Engines. Shop and Public-house Lamps, and Be. flectors for sale. BCearing S ale, BARGAINS. BARGAINS. BARGAINS. A L. GALBRAITH & SON beg to an nounce that in consequence of part of their premises having to be takendown to allow of alterations, it is necessary to considerably reduce stock. They will therefore offer to every purchaser for CASH, concessions on their ...
Callignee. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 December 1884
We are being visited with rains that hae- moistened. our. land more than is usual at this time of the year, the consegqtifce "i'-tlif at? r -roilds : in places, are nearly-as-bad' as they are in winter, the. wheels sinking .down tlmost to the axles. This is partly, to doubt, owing to.tho bullgck.drivers !commencing rather' -early with- the ca?ting.. A'-s -ohcei befro stateil:.ib your paper, !"A .stitcl .il time saves nine,! esointhis case, if the counel would only go over the road, and fill in the deep ru:s, the road would be-, come 'olid a:,d "-ood inistead of being spoiled by neglect, as at present. It only requires a little surface work. SCterpillars are doing a good deal of mischief to the grass, the blades of which they devour, to the loss of all kinds. They have not, however, yet done any serious damage to the crops, lvhicli are looking exceedingly sell. The holidays are intw upoll us, and elthougla at pr, s: !; the weather and maid are nt very tempting, still I think that any...
European News. MISCELLANEOUS. London, December 21. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 December 1884
-~ European iýews. I: (From the' "Argus.") - MISCELL&NE1O'$I : Louden, December 21. Advices trom Berli state that the reports which have been rceived fromt Australia as tp German annexritions in the Pacific and New Guinea have not been confirmed, New York, Doc. 21. A crest fire oceurrnd at a large le man Catholic Orphanage in Brooklyn list night resulting in tihe total dts truetion of the building. There were 700 inmates at the. timore, and many of the oriphans were burned before they could be rescued. Up to the- present time 20 bodies tave been recovered I from the ruins, but thdre are still 00 children missing.-Reuter. Cairo, Dec. O0. It reply to the demanld of Germany and Russia for a seat on the Co.nmis sion de la Oaisse de la Dette Publique the Egyptian Government has replied, that it will be wiliing to nccode to the proposal when all the signato:ies to the Law of Liquidation shall li v,, agreed to representatives of those powers being admitted.' It is under stood tat b...
English News. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 December 1884
e f ' trnglishtNea J o 3 The committee on the Franchise ' Bill kept Mr Gladstone away from the Lord ;May'6'bsiinqLuet ot Monday. t ied, anrpi d tb" ite` todst -6f "I e "-?U "aj sty'ata Itin:sters. ' The F ]?orieign-Seretary-'did not find a very t sympathetic audience in;the city, a d, a ltoueh lie was studiously careful, his remarikson the dnmestie crisi uwre not very cordially received. His otiatie ?ent upon foreign affairs wasdmnotlbl, ae shoving that the proposed media too .bttveeti France and Clhina is ob structedl by China, and for certain ,a ther dubious.references to tile enor tmous difliculties confrontiung Lord WYolseley in Egypt. 1 ord Harrington had said something to the same effect previously, and the deliverancs of both Mitiniseis on this subject formed'a r nmarkable co,:tra.t with that of the Prime Minis:er at the same table 19 uolthlis ago, when he announced amid the s lence of the company the deter Inination of the Government to with. drew a moiety of the British gar...
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 December 1884
THE GAZETTE. Application' under tile "Land Act S6', nut granted.--Jas. Wright; 150, Narracau South; Richard Woodman, 2303, Warragul ; Patrick Courke, 250a, Dargo ; Thor. Cavanagh, 230a, Bud ger.e ; Christian Lapinah, 100a, Tan jil; A, RII. urnell, 100., Yinnar; Wim. Thomas, 100a, Callignee; Walter Iarding, 320a, Jeeraling; J. A; M Mullan, 320a, Carrajung; each lot to bo open for se'ectioa on the 24th December, 1884. Licese abandoned.-Thos. Walters, 50a, iocedale, open on 24th Dec. 1884. Applications abandoJed.-Mary Bec kett, 320a, 3Mirboo. Courts.-Supreme Court at Sale on 27th Feb.,1885; General Sessione,Sale, on May 11, 1885. Tenders.-Repairs, &e., to State School, Lardoer's Track, particulars at Warragul Post Office ; close 8th Janu ary. New Post and Telegraph Office, at Walhalla, particulars at P.O., Wal halli ;clrse 20th January. Supply of forage for Po 'ice Stations in Gippsland from,Ist:Ma?cih, 188., tb 28th' Febru -ar,- 1886:;.See ' Gazette." 7 L 'T :(.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 December 1884
;pJ· I i i'1"», e etebe 8t 184at ° P18Npý'. ANDi' '.tRt& 1 pArGe ins: e; R ia-nAsr S be prepared toecii. r& ·,or~der nad afte M11:oP3Jida IIIKO~N :sT@RE,~ -" Tarwin StEe~e~t, X6OR~W.Ei~LL aJJLAN ~&'o0.'i. Four GReat Luses. wh:!ich ~have no1 Rnival on Asta~ bl ia S(;$IEDW, AYER . SOEHN}. SCU DT . olt SMnITH A I l 1 t @ýý' AL N One ofthe Qlde t and most Renouoed Mahersin Eusope; nhose Cot Pii fLt for soy - Drawing Room in no rithe world. PLACED ABOVEE ALL OTHERS AT THE LATE Ellibitioi=M- elbourne,. & Stuttgart . .A BEAUTIFUL MODEL. ..1 R} ed favorably knomnion.Ytm for the ul t 10H The Grandest and Most Perfect Pianos at" Medium Pric, ''- -' ' Ever seen fn Austslit.. A MtUSIC 3 MARVEL AND A PERFECT GEM. Oeeeetroo (donuble oblhque), Trihord throulhout, with full iron fnme okndlburntsbhedmetal Pin PilateT hIringa 'iTrearal iy qutck.Tobch and n fin, y .oid . Tone. Ths most eleg.nt, itth most duirable, ond the" eheapet s'ill cottage piano evre offendd the pu...
The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1884. CHRISTMAS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 December 1884
(Published every Friday me ning.) TdIURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1884. t : CIRIST IAS DAY. INobody can charge the CLristmas festivities of these days with religious extravagance or too fanciful accompani ments. At present;Obrhistmas is ;!a scene of hospitality, of charity, and of all kindly sentiment] The moes sim ply and naturally it is "observed, the better for its ,use and maintenapce, The, world has become older and wiser, and outgrows: yearly soma illusions: And-the world, even :if .it oshould foi' get its faith, cannot do'witihdut Its holidays anid reunions, aid those trapi quil solemnities, of 'which, for each succeeding year, Christmas ,is the' climax, in the periodicailobservance by families and circle, notling their losses and additions.:' Though it is no longer tieilydaof iiSrunreason sad misrule,i and the days, of.the yule logfof ashen' fiiggot, 'of mummers and 'mysteries, have' passoid a:way; the: great feast of the Old and New Year remains and still carries its Christian Cons...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 December 1884
NEWS AND NOTES. Resi eats from a distance having complai ied of the lateness of the hour to which the Monday cattle sales are prolonge;,- it is very likely that sales of land, ec., /ellin future be arranged to be held on another day, so that the cattle market may not be interrupted, this is'verynecesstry, for the market is increasing n imrortance, and, even without the xtra sales, now requires that an earlic start should be made, to get t hrodg them within a reasona ble time. Last Thursddy an interesting event took place at MAl'well, the occasion being the Hymerean celebration in connection with the union of a late bakery business proprietor, with an hostess who resides in the same town ship. Congratulations were very nu merous, and the nnumerous friends and visitors who helped to celebrate the auspicious event, spent a very pleasant evening. The Athletic Sports Meeting to be held on the Recreation Reserve to morrow promises to be a great success, the acceptances for the handicap ev...
Latest Intelligence Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 January 1885
Latest Intelligence -0-- By Electric Telegraph. (From our own correspondent.) Wednesday evening. It is announced that Her Royal Highness, the Princess Beatrice, is be trothed to Prince Henry Maurice of Battenburg. By a fire to-day, at Bunicyong, the Crown Hotel and outbuildings: two race-horses, " Camilla" and "Forget me not," with four other valuable hor see, waggonettes, buggies, and other articles were destroyed '.Total loss astimated at £5200, being £3000 over insurance. A public meeting convened by. the Mayor is to be held' on. Wednesday next to ventilate, or rather revile, Ger man annexation in New Guinea.: The very able despatch of the New South Wales Government received this mor ning on the subject of a joint protest to the Imperial Government against German proceedings -seems to have acted as a settler. There will be no protest: "ti s Emilyv Fithful. -j nn lecture ahich. sh a.livered in Edinburgh, el, ed attention to tie ILr. hllat .ut of 27,000 of tle late t ret ulits to M...
NARRACAN. Dec. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 January 1885
. "N.RRACAN: ... -." " -0o-----: A public meeting of some o. the most influential ratepayers residing in that portion o. the, east riding of the Narracan shire comprised between Medonald's track and the Melbourne and Sale railway line,. was held atth'd Mechanicsa' Institute on Wednesday -evenoig, Mr J. Powell J.P., being in the chair. Tile object. of the meeting was to make an effort to secure from the shire.council a fa:r apportionment of the funds available for road w,?rka withii the portion of the shire referred to. The chairma- addressed the meet ing at asme length, pointing out the in equitabe'omannerinwhich the roe d fund lha for several years p st been appro priated. .He showed from figures obtained from the shire officials that during the laso few years some thing like one-half of the sunde to which the local ty was fairly entitled had been diverted to otherparts of thb. riding, leaving the part referred:to without sufficient to allow the' accep tance of teid:ras for urgentl...
Sufferings in the Bush. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 January 1885
Sufferings in the Bush. An inquest was held at Tamut (says a Sydney correspondent) on Saturday before Mr F. W. Vyner, concerning the death of Ann Lydia Cooper, an infant, of six mo.,ths, who died from exposure and starvation in the bash. The father of the deceased was work ing some miles away from home, aid the mother left three children, the oldest eight years, and the youngest two years of age, in a hut, and started with a baby, a boy six years of age, and a dog, for the nearest neighbour, about four miles distant, through terribly rough country in order to get a messenger to go to Tumut for medicine for a sick child. She lost the track, and wandered about for five dagT. The first night she was out in a heavy rainstorm. On the second day her breast-ni.!k failed, and she was obliged to kill the .og in order to nourish the baby with its !9od, while she and the boy ate a little of thdeleeh raw. On the third night the baby died for want of nourishment, and the mother and son camped wi...
Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 January 1885
Rifle Match. -0--- On Saturday a team representing the Traralgon Ilifle Club visited Sloe, where they were received in a very hospitable manner by members of the home Club. The visitors, .though beaten, were not disheartened, and ex pressed a belief that had they had grooved barrel rifles similar to those of their opponents, they would have made a better stand; they notwithstanding thoroughly enjoyed their day's outing, and expressed a desire for a continu ance of these friendly contes.e. The following are the scores MOE. 100yds 200yds 300yds Total, Beatty 20 17 18 55 Staff, H. 28 13 14 • 55 Matheson 23 1i 15 52 Engleson (capt) 24 14 11 49 Staff, V. 20 19 8 47 Gordon 27 12 4 43 Totals 142 89 70 301 TR1RALGON. IOoyds 200yds 300yds Total M'M?ahon, T. 21 12 5 38 West, W. 23 12 2 37 Manning. J. 20 15 0 35 Steadman 21 6 0 27 Hower (capt) 18 4 3 25 Campbell, J. 10 4 5 19 Totals 113 53 15 181
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 January 1885
MELBOURNE hARKEiT?. Tuesday. Messrs Campbell, Pratt, and Co. report (23rd December)--lIorses.-The bazaar during the past week has becen crowded with stock, country supplies bcing yarded every day, and town entries more tlhan usually numerous, principally on account of vendors' desire to sell before the Christmas holidays. Rates were firm for all useful descriptions, buyers competing freely for attractive animals; In. diar and omnibus sorts meeting with special attention; and selling at capital values; draughts were in moderate demand, and sold about equal to last week's rates. Our sales comprised :-B-gg1 - and carriage pairs, £42 to £178 ; superior harnces and weight carry ing hacks, £25 to£53 ; ordinary do, £8 to £13; Indian, £18 to £29 ; omnibus and con ehcrs, £18 to £24 ; extra heavy draughts, £.t2so £45; medium and strong, £22 to £8S ; country horses averaged £10, £15 4s, £15 17s ld, and £17 5s per head, each lot respectively. Dairy Stock,-Business steady ini fresh milkers and g...
LIST OF COURTS. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 January 1885
LIST OF COURTS. JANUARY. Rosedale, Wednesday 7th, 11 a.m. Sum monses issued every Monday. Tongabbie, Thursday 8th, 11a.m. Snm monses issued Friday, 'nd. Moe, Saturday 17th, 10 a.m. Summonses issued Saturday, 10th. Morwell. Wednesday 21st, at 10 a.m. Summonsoes issued Wednesday, 14th. Traralgon, Thursday 22nd, 10 a.m. Sum monses issue.l Friday, 16th. i ....... m " -? ,, =. .?r --x -r.,.o -, ,
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 January 1885
THE GAZETTE. Land open for selec:in on th T': December, 188, tarishoe of i: long and 'ow WTor un , abo' 1 acres, formerly known as the 1,i: long Timber Th,-erre, exelusl e of.i Brown's selection. To be !sub ilO into lots varying from 25 to 51 :a: Land sales at Trara'go oil Jaln (see adv.), and at 3Ielb ,urn ''. ' January-3 lots, parise' of 3[irb ,. Waterloo road ; 1 lot at Alhib ,: lot in parish if Warrau', atort o o!d pound si e; 1 lot, D.rnt,: joining G. C. Bear.i'f; 1 lot, Tlrr: adjoining T. Lees junr. Applications for licenses not ctr ted-Daniell Beckott, lt0a, tirt'" Edw. Lindsey, 320a, "Mirboo ot? J. Swanson, 1OOa, Allambee and \hr ragul; Wm. Flanigan, 310i, oud G Clarke, 3160, at Allanbee; E. * Coawes, 320a, at Tanjl ; A. Cra4Rn 100a, Trmralgon ; Patrick Collins, 1t Sale; Donald Benton, 50a, Trralr:' :David Clark, 320a, Carrajung. Apnlicatiot for license api.rov)t Walter Davies, 161a, Mirboo Soot' , County Coirris 6?iill be held at ,i? on March 18; Walhalla, May l! Warragul, ...
MORWELL [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 January 1885
SL:Y1ORWELL. On Boxinfg Day the Xnnual Races were hold at Mr Fitzpatrick'e raddock, . about a mile from the township,.there was a splendid attendance of visitors It from Traralgon, liMirboo, ind the.stir: rounding districts, and a very success ful meeting resulted, fully 700 persons being present. The committee extend 0 ed the published programme by two a racer, viz.-the Trot, and the Hurry. Scurry, making in all nine races, the prize money, without trophies, amount-. ing to about £80. The success ofl he meeting must be very gratifying to the Secretary and .tewards (to the former in alarge measure musatbe attributed the marked advancement made by the club). In Mr J. English the club halI secured an energetic and able steward, he being the life of the meeting, keeping the sports going in a manner so that there was no lack of interest, event following event in rapid succes sion. The judge, J. Fitzpatrick, Esq., gave every satisfact on, as did aleo Messrs Walsh and Keogh as starter and...
The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1885. THE NEW YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 January 1885
(Published every Friday mo ning.) THURSDAY, JANUASRY 1, 1885. THE NEW YEAR. ---o The Year Eighteen Hundred and Eighty-four is ended, and it leaves us as it brought us-much to be thankful for. In the retrospect we naturally first recur to political events. "Re form," providentially, is not now the catchword written at the bottom of the page of 188l to carry us over to the first line of the new year. There is a coalition of " parties ;" one opposing things it formerly supported; the other supporting what it formerly op posed. By these means a Sort of ave rage consistency, formerly unknown, has been established. For the first time in our history, a Victorian ad ministration can be tolerated. As to any abstract justice by vote of Parlia ment, that is out of the question. Popular assemblies-and rather more under democratic institutions than un der arostocratic'-do not habitually con cern themselves very much with ab stract principles. As a matter of fact, their principles of any sort are...
THE BALL [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 January 1885
THE BALL Was commenced at about 9 p.m., Mr J. W.l;iams a ting as M.C. most efficiently, a rather difficult task, see ing that over 50 coaple were present, nearly all of whom were good dancers. However, by good munagement, tho-e prepent obtained an excellent evening's ernjvm.nt, everyone being high'y pleased with the ertertainment. AMessrs DoTnia Pros. discoursed excl lent music from two violins, wills the amllument wao mane more keen by ti c' ntrrdnetro of several step dances by visitors fronm Melbourne, dancing beng ikpt up with spirit until day light. 'lhere is an impression shry ad in crctan qunr'ers that the Victorian Railway "Employes' Mutual Associa tin will eventually play a very impor tant part in saying Whether the railways are to te run on Sunday or not, as the Railway Bill has what is known as a conseience clause, Which leaves it op tion:l with the employes whether they wvrk on Sundays or not. When this association is in full working'order, on quest:ons of policy effectin...