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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT. Saturday, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 January 1885

GIPPS0?1'D STOCK rEPORT, Saturday, Jan. 17. ,31r;; English. Little. and Co. report: Fat Ca:le. -About same as last week. Our sales i thei varios markets-Bullocks, in ferior to medium. £a 10s to £7 15, ; cows, £5 to £t 12; (d; heifers, C4 15s to £5 5s; vealers. 17, to £1 12s. ,tore Cattle.-Not witihstan!in the dry weather and scarcity of ,rosi stores were sli-htly brisker this week, and all !,ts we had forward were sold at satisfactory prices to vendors. Privately we have sold a number of lots of bullocks and cows at iquotations; also team of working bullocks at £8 10-. At Sale on Saturday a gcoxl many forward, and we sold all weyard ed; F iynn's Creek bullocks £5 all round each: Messrs Bennicon's cows, £3 10s; 3-yr old steers. £3 as to £4 as ; 2-yr-old heifers £2 Is £2 s ; 3-yr-ol l heifers, £2 8s to £3 Its; - -yr-old steers, £2 10 to £3 2s 6d; calves. £1 2s to £1 Os'; team of inferioruork ini. bullocks. £7 10s. Totalnumberof cattle sold by is for the week, 832. Sheep.-Xo niteratiun...

TRARALGON MARKETS Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 January 1885

TIRARIALGON 31i lKETS 3Ionday. Messrs C. Mackintosh and Co. report: Our yards were well supplievl with cattle. which sold better than our previous sale. Store bullocks to £5 10s ; cows. in forward condition. to £4: store cows to £3 10s; other descriptions same rates. We sold 500merinos at a eatisfactory price to vendor M3Iers A. 3I'Lean and Co. report-Our cards were well supplied, and the tone of the market showvda slight improvement through out. We sold-Fat cows, fair quality, from £4 17s 6d to £; 0s ; store cows. £2 16s. £3 12s d t. and £4 lls ; bullocks. £42s to £4 1S; heifer, to £2 17s; springers, to £4 5s; vealers, to £1 5s. \e sold 200 acres of land for W'. O'3Meara at a satisfactory price to vendor. R. 3IackaLy Co. report :-Our yards on Monday were fairly supplied with both horses and cattle. and we report sales as under :-ir :Ir aulch's cows from £3 to £3 15s ; heifcr. yearlings, 27s 6d; springers. £4 is; 3ondarra steers; £314s ; 3Ir Whitne's heifers. £3 17 ; pies were dulle...

GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 January 1885

GAZETTE. The following land boards are gazet ted to be held during the month of February:-Rlosedale, Monday, 2nd; SSale, Tuesday, 3rd; Maffra, Wednes day, 4th`; Palmeriston, Friday, 0th; tBairnsdale, Monday, 9th; Stratford, Wednesday, 11th ; Moe, Wednesday, 18th; Traralgon, Thursday, 19th; Omeo, MIonday, Oth ; Dargo, Wednes day, 25th. S.At the land sle, on the 17th Feb - uary, at Melbourne; four Mlirboo north I township allotments will be offered, on r lot S the upset prise is £100, with £20 .added for. improvemenits ; and on the three remaining lots £20 each; also I eight Boolara lots are to be sold, the " upset being £10 per lot. The temporary reservation of 50 acres at Rosedale for pu'alic purposes I is about to be revoked. Application for licenses not granted a -Wim. J. Hiam, 84a Or 2p, Willung; Wm. Vivian, S4a 2r 2p, WVillung; C. Dove, do; Thos. E. HBughes. do; Chas. E. Power, 75a lr 37p, Welshpool, e abandoned ; Wnm Miner, 100a, Mor well; John Hutchison, 320a, Neerim ; s Thos ...

Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 January 1885

13iscellanaeous. -o_ The Commissioner of Customs has decided to leave the close season for quail unaltered, namely, from the let Augnst to the 31st January. The chairman of the recent public r nesting at Ro-edale, in reference to t: '\e New Guinea question, has received th following letter of acknowledge me, at from the Premier's secretary: Pret. pier's Office, Melbourne, 15th Jan. 188s -To J. Jamieson, Eq.. chair man oe public amseting, Rosedale, Sir I am di. rested by the Premier to ack nowledge" receipt of your letter of the let instaa communicating resolutions passed at a< public meeting held 'at Rosedale, on the subject of the action taken by the giovernment in protesting against the am.nrxation by any foreign power of any pc rtion of New Guinea. Mr Service dil ects me to convey through you his ttanhk for the resolu tions, and to.state t hat he has forwar ded them through H,'s Excellency the Governor to the Right" Honorable the Secretary cf btate for thie Coloniee.-I...

European News. MISCELLANEOUS. London, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 January 1885

European News. (From the "Argos.") MISCELLANEOUS. London, Jan. 17. The Portuguese Government insist on the possession by Portugal of the mouth of the Congo, notwithstanding the decision of the Berlin Conference, by which the control of the mouth of the river was entrusteA to England. London, Jan. 17. \Ir P. T. Barnum, the well-known a American showman, has refused an of fer to exhibit the Tichborne claimant in the United States. London, Jan. 17. A disastrous collision has occurred in the Channel, by which a Dublin and Holyhead steam packet was sunk, 1 22 lives being lost. London, Jan. 18. Mr H. O. Forbes, who is going to explore the south-eastern portion of New iGuinea, will sail for that island early next month. London, Jan. 18. According to the latest intelligence received from Alexandria, a disturbed state of feeling exists there, and it is feared that there will be rioting among the populace. London, Jan. 18. The Porte advocates the appointment of Halim Pasha, a younger brother ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 January 1885

The annal meeting of members of the loctd .lechanias' will be hreld on Weinesday veonilng. A loose mail bag is to be forwarded to Mr Witthole by the 3Jirboo coach, provided he delivers and receives the bag free of cost, at Driflield,to the department for three months as a test. W.N TE D. VWANTED KNO\bN.-Accomodation pad docks for cattle and horses, 51 miles from Traralgon and same distance from 3lor well. on Latrobe River. Splendid grass and watel: Every care taken, but no responsi bility. For terms aplply .J. LINDSAY, Tarnalgon. W ANTED.-Respectable person, as coohk anld laundress. References required. Apply- MIns. WHITTAKERS, Fern Hill. W ANTED.-Woodeltters for 200 cord 2 nod 4 ft. ; also a steady youth to drive horse and dray. J. DUNBAR, Traralgon. W ANTED-Tenders for supply and de livery of 47,000 bricks, more or less,up till Saturday. Jan. 31st. EDWIN KAYE, Star lotel, Argyle-st. T'IENDERS required for the erection of a 1 Wooden Building, l0ft x 1Sft (labor only, for plans, etc...

Hidden Treasure Q.G.M. Co. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 January 1885

Hidden Treasure Q.G.M. Co. . general meeting of the sharehol ders of the above company was held at the Company's oflice on Tuesday, the 20th inst., M3r John Buntine in the chair. The Director's report was read, shor'ing that the battery had bern start-d and found to be very badly costructed, having after being worked a short time, got seriously out of re pair. This was attributed to the engi nelr who received the charge of the aworks hating nglectecd to visit the works and inspect. Tre dam had obeea broken by the flool watser, but this would be made good in about three week's time by the four men employed. L. 1ood practical eman, Mr Wilson, had en secured to supervise the working o tihe balttery, and the wiuzo had been ounk to meet the Jode which ran down arids fiom the battery, in the new leae. Water had, however, stopped then f .ra short time. This difficulty had been overcome by securing a pump m wniich worked very satisfoi torilf. The fintilial pftition of the company htiun uns ...

ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JAN. 19TH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 January 1885

1-ROEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. r MoNDAY, JAN. 19rw. n Present: The President (C1 Slater), and Crs M.oore, Hiam, elldrusm, re e derson, O'Meara, M'Farlane, ikeels, It aLd Irwin. t:ORRESPONDENCX. I. From John Buchanan, Toongabbie, d applying for a slaughtering license. e granted, From Herman Mortimer, asking the e council to allow him compensation for a a culvert which he had to erect over e Blind Joe's Creek between Messrs D O'Shea and Lord's properties, stating I it is substantially built of sound tim a ber. From the Public Works Department, stating that it is considered desirable that the whole of the colony should be t included within municipal territory, a and with a view to this being done, forwarding a plan showing the area 1 which it is proposed shall be annexed by Rosedale, extending as far as Wood's SP'oint, and that in the event of the council accepting the proposal, and making application for the annexation of the area the heon. the Minister of Pub lie Works will be prepared to ...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 January 1885

(Published every Friday mo:ning.) FRIDAY, JANUAR~ 23, 1S85. Aav papers or proceedings on the subject of Ir~roserao can scarcely be expected to contain anything that, in some form:or other, has not been heard before: The conference proceedings at Sale were nevertheless none the less welcome or less valuable on this ac count. Want of wate," lends that freshness to statistics of loss incurred by it, which a plentiful supply should have lent to the verdure averting loss. The tritest arguments can so bh point ed. If councillors in conference have row said nothing a whit more forcible and true than what has been said be fore, it will have, judging by the result of the meeting, a better chance of being heard. The cause of loss en'ailed by drought in Gippaland, as throughout Victoria, in greater or less degree, is due, not to want of water, which fills in amols quantities, but for want of proper means taken in time to render it avail able by storing for distribution. These means have long b...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 January 1885

3, ii. Willies & Co., AGRICULTURAL, LAND, ESTATE, t GENERAL COMMISSION Agents, Valuators, &c., TRARALGON. Sales effrcted and valuations male in any part of Gippsland. 'runtt ant other Monies to lend. on Fr, ehold and Leasehold securities, in large and small Emns, from 6 per cent. C. R. WILKES & CO. Have for private sale, in North and South Gippslaid,sceral first-class General Stores, Ilotels, Butchering and other businesses, all of which are doing a really good trade, and capable of great extension. Also some grand township .vlI tments, end first class farms with extensive river and creek frontages, which may be purchased cheap andl uponll easy termns. Cash assistance given to buyers. PUBLIC NOTICE. CASH STORE, FRANKLIN-STREET, TRARALGON. nWE have much pleasure in informing out Sfiends and the public that we have this day disposed of our business as general storekeepers to Mr John Sands, and beg to tender sour most sincere thanks for the very liberal pa'ronag...

NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 January 1885

NEWS AND NOTES. -o Until the 27th inst, the shire of Rosedale will receive tenders for the removal of about 1000 cubic yards of earth in the township of Toongabbie. The Avon Shire also intend at an early date asking for tenders for a bridge over Providence Ponds, on road from Stratford to Bairnsdale. An excava tion for a waterhole on the Rosedale racecourse reserve is open to contrac tors, closing on 27th inst, and is under the charge of J. Jamieson, C.E., Rose dale. An ever ready supporter of our sports meetings spoke a week or so ago to one or two of our townsfolk on the advisabirlty of taking steps for holding a race meeting on St Patrick's Day ; and offered, if any person would take the matter in hand, to give a donation of £1010s. As will be seen elsewhere the matter has not been allowed to rest for an advertisement has been sent to us calling a meeting to be held this evening in the Court-house at 8 o'clock. JMr Mason, M.L.A., has lately been interesting himself in the securin...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 January 1885

1o te residents of Traralgon, an d surrunding district Gentlemenl-In thanking you for your past ,support, I beg to again solicit your favors through our new local jot!rnal Taried and first clnss stok of saddtlry and harness always oan had. All orders pro, tptly at:cnded to F SMITH SADDLER, ETC., FRANKLIN S1'., TrIARB. LUON. Mrs. ADAIR. HAVING decided to caltty ont the liakeryv C:tncetitttry, le., coundctedt antl owned tlb her late t usband. has secured the -srsices of oa tirst:-::e trademan. and requests a share ) f thie pultiic patronage so liberally bestowed I up.on her late husband. All articles of the best quality. r EA Meetings, Picnic Parties, Sc., catered ior on most reasonable terms by mIrs. ADAIR, Traralgon Bakery. BRICKS! BRICIKS ! Of the finest quality. Can't be beaten in Gippsland. J. DUNBAR, Traralgon, Will undertake t,, deliver any quantity not less than 20t s at Tongaabbie or Flynn's Creek railway -5:t-i ns. at £2 10s per 1000; Also at 3Iorsnell railway station, for £...

MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 January 1885

MO(BnB ELL. -o Lost Saturday the Ileyfield team vi-ited our town to play a match for the Peterkin cup. The weather turned out very unfavorably and our boys found considerable difficulty in getting a few together so that the visitors might not be disappointed. With the nine men they secured, they made 11 runs, the visitors making 73 runs. Martin and M'Farlane did the bowling f r -Ieyfie;d, Goldsmith and Henry doig the same for Morwell. The visitors wore entertained at Mr Mur doch's by the club, At the local police court on the 21st, before Messrs H-lowitt, P.M., Vary, Quigley, and Inglis, J.'sP., a man named Richard Pearce was charged by the Boolara police with obscene lan. guage. Richard did not appear, and was fined in his absence £10 or three months imprisonment, the latter alter native he is likely to accent. A haw ker of Hebrew persuasion named Sam uel Cohen charged one Pearson with having assaulted him, plaintiff and his two witnesses deposed to a most heart rending account of ...

GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 January 1885

, GAZETTE. A Post office has been opened at Mardan, via Mirboo North. Lienses reneived.-Jas. HI. Allen, 2r,?Mirboo North; AlfredRout, 2r 33p, Mirboo North : Win. B. Balderson, 3r ip, Traraleon ; Geo. L.Diniden, la Or 1sp; Tr.,rilgon Hugh MiAuley, 3a, Truralgon: Hampton and Brooke, 13,900.,, Moe; Peter Clement, 2,400a 1Mferrimau's Creek; John Wright l87a, R]-sedale. Applications for land not granted. Sarah E. Bell, 820a, 'ferton ; Edwin C. Hart, SOa, Toongabbie South; HSy. Currdn, 2r Traralgon. - 'Aiplicatinis: for leases approved . Adam Dempster,159a Br 25p, Mlardan; Jnhn Corc'oran,79ia Sr 27p, Alberton RIasons.agaist the forfeiture of the block, 320a, at Maryvale, held by J. Ir. Johnston, as administrator ot Maria A\btt, deceased,, will bi heard It Traialgon on 19ih Feb.; also at Dronuin on 17th Feb., at 11 a.m., Ann ii Touzel's block of30a, at Allam'ee East. Te Ialanceo sheet of the Rosedale (:tmotery shows a credit balance of £7 14s 4d ; the fees for graves amounted to £21 10s, a...

Meeting at Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 January 1885

,Mieeting at Sale.. -c A largely attended public meeting was heldl in the Victoria Hall, Sale, on Thursday evening with reference to New Guinea and Western Pacific'an nexation. The Mayor of Sale occupied the chair. Several representative gentle men of the diitrict were presentfon the p!ntform. The following resolutions were ciarried unanimously: Iloved by Mr G. Davis, president of the Miatira shire, and seconded by Mr. Jensen That this meeting, while asserting its unswerving loyalty to the Crown, is' of opinion that the islands of the Wes tern Pacific, having been brought into prominence, and made of commercial, political, and strbtegie value by the energy and enterprise of British sub jects in Australia and Nev Zealand, their occupation by Australians is of the utmost importance to Australasia, anl that any Imperial action whereby these island may be lost to the Brit sh Empire would be unjust to the colonies, and ca'culated to endanger public faith in the Home Government. Moved by ...

LIST OF COURTS. FEBRUARY [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 January 1885

LIST OF COURTS. FEBRUARY. Rosedale, Wednesday 4th, 11 a.m. :um monsts issued every Mcnday. T' ongabbie, Thursday.5th, 11 a.m. Sum monses issued to-day, 30th. Traralgoln, Thursday 12th and 26th 10 a.m. Summonses issuel each preceding Friday. Moe, Saturday 21st, 10 a.m. bummonses issued Saturday, 14th. Morwell. \Wedne-day 18th, 10 a.m. Summ ne. issued Wednesday Ith. 1

The Khartoum Expedition. Cairo, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 January 1885

The Khartoum Expedition. Cairo, Tan. 21. News hls just been received here from the front, announcing that Colonel Sir Ile bert Stewart, conmnanding the Inlssarceontingent, the cavalry, and the Naval Brigade, while "en route" for Meteinnch, has encountered a very numerous body of the M d:lli's troops,, fully 10,000 strong, by whom his ad. vance was opposied. A 'desperate engagement, lasting several hours, ensued, resulting in a i;1lia t victory over the enemy, who were .','oeetely routed. The British cesualities were ýnotewlhat severe, con sistiit; of 0 officers ,i 05 meit killed, and 9 oflicers and 85 mn ewounded. The metcmy's loss, however, was iti' greater, and is believed to be no less than 600 killed and wounded. The road to Metetnteh, in the vicinity of Shlndv, is now open, and Sir .flerbert St, w:at will push forward without delay to that place. Further informalion from the front fully coftilrns the Levws previously telegraphed relative to the victory obtained by Sir Hlerbert ...

Sunday Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 January 1885

Sunday SerVices, CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Rev. . J. . alker, at Traralgon .. 11 a.m. Communion Service. Eaglebawk ... 2 p.m. Siaine ... .. 4 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. J. G. Wilson, at Rosedale ... ... ... 11 a.m. Lay Yang, State Schoal 3 p.m. Traralgon 7 WESLEYA.N CHURCH. Rev. J. Royce, of .ale at Hlazelood North ... 11 a.m. Morwell ... ... 2'30 p.m. Traralgon .. .. 7 p.m.

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1885. SHIRE EXTENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 January 1885

`' le -aral o it g 48i (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, J I.UART 30, 1SS5. SHIRE EXTENSIONS. REDIsTIUnTIOls is the rage just now of the Imperial Government, in res pect of the principle, or set of princip. lee, on which seats in Parliament are to be taken away from or given to in dividual constituencies. With the Victorian, distribution is the order of the day, in res)ect of allotting territo. ries outside existing shires, so that they may be severally received within the pale of local Government, and share in tile blessed condition thence resulting. As Mr Gladstone has de sired to drive his Cabinet coach over political roads of the smoothest con struction, in like manner the Victorian Department of Public Works aims at an ideal perfection, whereby its vehi cles and servants may move about with as little friction as possible, so as to be kept for the especial advantage of the country, in as good a state of preservation as practicable. The first s ep towards a consummation s...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 January 1885

New Province Lodge, G.U.O.O.F. The Anniversary of the above Lodge will be celebrated by A BALL On the evening of Friday, 30tn January, In the Mechanics' Institute, Tickets 5s. Refreshments. TRARALGON WESLEYAN CHURCH. BJ s . A IR In aid of the Trust Fund, will be held on 21st &d 23rd March, 1885, In the MEOHANIOS' HALL. DONATIONS and SUBSCRIPTIONS will be most thankfully received, and may be left with'Miss. IM. G. Campbell, and Messrs A. L. Galbraith, W. Norris, J. R. Baird, and others. T B A R A L G O N PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. GRAND CONCERT ON FEBRUARY 27th, 1885, IN THE MECHANICS' HALL, In Aid of the Funds of the Church. FRoST SEATS, 2S. BACK SEATS, Is. MOONLIGHT I WANTED KNOWN. THAT full weight Corn Sacks can be bought at BUCKLAND BROS. & CO, For 7s 9d per dozen. American Fruit Preserving Cans (quarts) ... 5s per doz. Jam Pots (nests of 5) Is 2d per nest. All other Goods equally low at the MOE SUPPLY CO.'S STORE. Agricultural Produce .Bought. Allkinds and makes of Agr...

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