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

Richard Mackay. AND CO. Stock, Station and GENERAL COHNISSION AGENTS -0- AGEKIS FOR Truwt E.lates, and Mortgagees. New Zealand Loan Company. Kational of YNeo Zealand, Fire to Marine London and Lancashire Fire New Zealand Accident AUCTION SAI ES conducted anaalua. tions made in any part of Gippaland. LOANS negotiated on every description of Landed Property, Stock and Chattels, and every kind of fniancial agency undertakem RICHARD MACKAY & CO. hold meekly sales of l orses, Catle, Pigs, Sheep, kr., at their Traralgon Yards every Monday. Toongabbie yards, last Wednesday in each monih. Morwcell yards, ast Monday in each month Latrobe yards, second Tuesday in eaoc month Clearing sales-Daily. Nort-Accountr sale promptly rendered. TRARILGON, sit NDAY, FEB. 2. RICHARD MACKAY & CO will sell at their new yards on above date for Tarioas owners 100 Steers, Bullocks. Cows,etc. CLEARING SALE Purebred Stock,&c AT WOODLANDS, MORWELL, ON THURSDAY, 5TH FEB., 1855. ON THE ESTATE...

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

M3104W.LL STOCK HItPOiT. Monday. Messrs C. Mackintosh and Co. report: Our cards were well supplied with cattle and cleared everything out at fairly satisfactory prices as follows :--Cows in forward condi tion to £4 15 ; good store cows to £4 35 : low condition store cows to £3 5s ; a large number of 2j to 3 year old steers to £3 11s; other descriptions same rates.

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

TRARiALGON MIf ?KES Monday. Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. report-Very few cattle forward, and market throughout dnU. with very small attendance of buyers. We quote-Fair condition cows, £3 15s to £4 10s; store bullocks (young) £2 12s to £4 ; steers. £2 15s to £3 15s; heifers £2 10s to £2 17s ; sprinters to £3 15s.

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

Meeting of Mechanics. ---0- The Annual Meeting of the mem bers of the above institute was held on Wednesday evening last, a scarce at tendance of members being present. Sr James Campbell, president, occu pied the chair. The minute- of the pr vious meeting were read and con tirmed. Tne report was read showing that satisfic':ory progress had been made. Tne most important item in the im provement being the erection of a resaing room and a?joining ante rooms ti a cost of £85, tihe cost of which has b co, defrayed, leaving arredit balrnce of £17 13 10d. Complaint was made of the want of attention shown by the general public, a, d recommended the pur ha.e of books, etc. Addi tional Ce it accommodation was also suggest ed. The re eipts from tie past ?ear show an income £153 12. 3d against which stands ite no of expenditure to the amount of £125 1iS 5d, le avina a halance of £17 13 10d to the credit of the institute. Mr Ja-. Campbell, before putting the report, stated that though firnan cia...

Correspondence. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 January 1885

Correspondence. -o-- To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. SIt.-The momentous question of irrigation is at last, 1 am happy to perceive, beginning to receive at least approximately from the press and people of Victoria a modicium of of the attention which the magnitude of the interests involved in its promulgation merits. Judging from the tenor of the able leader on this question in your last issue, I should think von would not be adverse to endeavor ing to find space in the Record to reprint an excellent article bearing on this questiqn, from the pen of Mr J. L. Dow, MI.P., which appeared in last week's issue of the ?eekly 2omes, headed "A Visit to Fresno. Should you do so, I would feel obliged by your appending from me the following remarks in reference to that country gained from personal knowledge of it in 1853, whilst traversing over an extent of it, little short of 100,000 acres, the largest proportion of which being open prairie country and the major lart of it equal to the ...

Inquiry re Death of Mrs Winsor. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 January 1885

., inquiry re Death of M'rs Winsor. On Monday, an inquiry was held at the court-house, Tr,,rplgon, before J. Peterkbin, Esq., J.P., touching the Sdeath of a woman named Elizabeth Winsor, who was found dead in her lhut at Lraral-on on Sunday, the 25th January. Miss Mary A. Campbell, schoolmistress, and Deputy R-gistrar of Birth? and Deaths, at Traralgon, on osth,stated that she knew th- deceased, whom she saw last alive last Friday morning. She was in poor cir um stances, living mostly on the charity of her neighbours. She gave her 4s to buy necessaries, and next saw her dead body oft Sunday about 3 p.m, in deceased's but. Witness called, as had been her habit on Sundays for some months previous, to read. The body was tling on the floor, and had the appearance of being dead some time. Ste the- gave intormation to Sea-Con. Donoghue. She was very old, and had be.n ailing for moaths Her death would have been no surprise for years past. Eliza Linden, a married daughter, residing at Moree...

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

A Visit to Fresno. -o- Br Jons L. Dow. EXTILACTS RoxM WEEKLY TIMES. As we drive out of Fresno, we look back upon the town. standing in the midst of what would be as open and arid a plain as any of the rest of the the dreary country passed over bet ween Los Angeles and our present po. sition. At intervals of from three to five miles apart from each other, are to be seen what appear in the distances to be groves of trees, studding the plain at all points round Fresno. A d,.zen different colonies, covering areas of fr6m six to fifteen square miles each are all so rapidly expanding as to sug gest that in time the intervening prlins between the colonies will all be filled up. Under the colony system, water is first supplied by a company, which constructs the main ditch ; then the land, increased in value by the permanence of occupation assured by the water, finds buyers, who are en abled to settle compactly. The land is divided into ten, twenty, and forty acre lots, and these, occupied b...

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

Hazelwood Coal. Mr Palmer, the director of diamond drills, in company with several promi netrt townsmen,paid a visit ofinspection to the drill at Hazelwood. Under the foreman's (Mr Keighley) supervision, the bore has reached s depth of 547 feet 7in. The last 0CO feet has been through lignite, iu which strata the bore still continues. Great difficulty has been experienced b.y 5l Keighley in consequence of the tugh, soft nature of the clay, which ewelli in the bore and prevents progress as it has frequently happened, in spin of the two shifts and continuous work ing-that the clay would swell inwards with tie result that a cons.d. rable portion has been bored and re-bored To overcome this tubing was p1u down, but, having no solid foundaricta a possible danger existed of losing thi tubes. The inspector gave instruct:.o in order to surmount the difliculhy ar.d utilize the tubes on the groun,s that the tubes at present down be drawn and the bore enlarged to I cr mit of larger tubes ting e...

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

C. . Wilkes & Co., AGRICULTURAL; LAND, ESTATE, & GENERAL COHIIISSIONN Agents, Valuators, &c., TRARALGON." Sales effected and valuations male in any part of Gippsland. Trust and other 1Monies to lend, on Freehold and Leasehold Securities, in large and small sums, from S per cent. C. R. WILKES & CO. Have for private sale, in North and South Gippsland,several first-class General Stores, IIotelo, Butchering and other businesses, all of which are doing a really good trade, and capable of great extension. Also some grand township ell.tments, and first class farms with extensive eiver and creek frontages which may be purchased cheap and upon easy terms. Cash assistance given to buyers. PUBLIC NOTICE. CASH STORE, FRANKLIN-STREET, TRARALGON. W E have much pleasure in informing our f, iendls and the public that we have this day disposed of our business as general storekeepers to Mr John Sands, and beg to tender our most sincere thanks for the very liberal pa'ro...

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

DESTRUCTIVE WEAPONS. o--- The Minister of Defence has been furnished with a report if MIjor-Ge neral E. IHarding Steward, consulting milit.rr" engine r for the Australiha co'onies upon the 12} lon8 inch breech loading gun ordered by the Victorian Defence department. Tne gun can at 12 deg. of el:vaion throw a shell 8500 yards, and at 15 deg. 980,v yards. The Vavassour carriage which is lthe type now generally usneed upon cruisers permits of as much as 20 deog. of eleva tion being giv,.n to the gun. The power of the gun will enable a city to be bombarded at a distance of 6 miles. An imlportant improvement was recent ly introduced by the use of thin walled steeled shells, by means of which bursting charges nearly three times as large as thos. hitherto used may be carried by the shell. A facr more des tructive effect can thus be produced by steel shells than was formerly the case. Major-General Steward also re fers to an incident in the recent war between Chili and Peru, during which on...

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT. Saturday, Jan. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 January 1885

GIPPSLSD STOCK REPORT, Saturday. Jan. 24. R. Guthridge and Co. report:-Fat cattle. Market better. and demand eood. We sold at Sale. 3-n-old steers, £4 2s Gd to £4 10 ; cows, £2 its to £3 2s; I to 2-yr-old steers and heifers. £1 10s to £3 2s. Horses.-We yarded 90 on Saturday, but most of themwere unsuitable for the market and brought low prices; anything good sold fairly well. In dians brought to £17 10s ; medium draughts, to £22 10s: hacks. to£1210s. Sheep.-Fair demand. We sold 600 store wethers at is 6d; fat wethers. to 9s ; lambs, 6s. Pigs. Yards moderately supplied; prices a little better than last week. Sales-Porkers,20s to 31s Usl lto 17s.

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

MELBO30URNE ýLf ET Wednesday. Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. report:-Fat Cattle.-1000 drown for. Market opened slightly easier. We sold 30 bullocks from Kilmorie. 10 for Mr D. Manson, to £10 15s; 10 for Mr Bodman at £9 5s; 10 for Mr Bourke to £9 12s 6d; 10 for Mr O'Shea at £8 7s Gd; 11 for Dunderdale to £8 10s; Ronald's cows £5 1s Gd ; Morran's £5 1s Gd ; also drafts for Pruden, O'Neill. Sweeny, 31Ainley, Matthieoon and Kee at market rates. Messr. Peck. Hudson, and Raynor report: -Fat Cattle.-I S00 drawn, only 1700 yarded; market down 10s. We sold 12 bullocks and cows for Mr rTnos. Neilson, Meadowlea, Cow rwar, bullockis averagcing £9 12 Gd, cons, £ t15 10d; bullocks for Mr David Hill, Linde now, averaging 10 guineas ; 11 do for Mr slotrll Manson, upper MlaIra, averaging £9 10s Gd ; 10 do for Mr Wm. Lett, Stratford, averaging£8 5s3d. Fat Calves.-180 yarded, which made last week's rates. We sold 18 for Mr Hennessy, Moe; 10 for Mr W. Lett, Stratford, averaging 34s 3d. Messrs R. Gibson and C...

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

American Items. China has begun the conitinuaoion of the Great Wa!l along the coast from its present termination at Shan-hI.i ?hOn 0o the Taku forts, in rider to keep out foreigners. The distance is over 200 miles. A committee has just, been formed to organise an intern?tinasl show of female beauty in Piaris, sompetit re in which shall be between the ages of twenty and thirty )e.trs. The first priz-, it is said, will a magnificent set of diamonds. Vermont has two women acting as mal carr:ere. - 'Ilbe Salvtdon Armtr at New Haven, Conn., has dwindled ltown to oe man and two boys. A new remedy for stffrened shoulders. is the boring by the patient of twenty boles, 2? iches derp, in a soft plauLk daily. T'here are in circulation in Boston counterfeit silver d Iltars so finely exe cuted as to almost defy detection. TheJ are of a whitish color, dated 1884, and hiave a fine, clear, and almost perfect ring. The dye is exceolent, and the size and thickness corrcspotd with the standard silver ...

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

To tlhe esidenti of Trarralgo, and strroonddn district Gentlemen -In? thanking yo for your pas 'upport; I beg to agai?, solicit Your favor through our new local journal 'aried dud'first 'class stock of saddlert and harioess always on hand. All, order pompotly attnl eddl t!- ";;4 RANKLIN ST., .TRARA-LGON. Mrs. ADAIR. HAVING decided to carry on the Bakery Confectionery, Ac., conducted and owned by her late husband, has secured the services ol a first-class tradesman, and requests a share of the public patronage so liberally bestowed upon her late husband. All articles of the best quality. TlEA Meetings, Picnic Parties, &c., catered for on mostreaosnable terms by Irs. ADAIR, Traralgon Bakery. BRICKS! BRICKS!! Of tt.e finest quality. Can't o beaten in Gippsland. . J. DUNBAR, Traralgon, Will undertake to deliver any quantity not less than 2000 at Toongabbie or Flynn's Creek railway stations, at £2 lOs per 1000; Also at Muorwell railway station, for £2 8s per 1000 -At Traralgon to...

Latest Intelligence. Thursday evening. Melbourne, Jan. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 January 1885

Latest Intelligence By Electric Telegraph. (From our own correspondent.) Thursday evening. Melbourne, Jan. 22. Latest intelligence confirmsEgyptian news this morning.' Stewart severely wounded. Metemneh not taken. Communication with Khartoum effec ted by Gordon's steamers coming down the Nile to a point four miles from Metemneb, whence General Wilson started with detachment, Sir Redmont Bullen, V.0., taking command of Stew. art's force. - No more bodies have been discovered at the scene of the Cootamundra acci d-nt, but search is to be made seven miles distant at Powell's paddock,where there is mich wreckage,-aud ?a, strong smell suggesting decomposition of hu man remains. Stony Park, Brunswick, late the re sidence of Mr Summer, has been to tally destroyed by fire.-Estimated loss, £10,000, building insured for £8650, furniture £2000.1

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

European News. (From the "Argus.") MISCELLANEOUS. London, Jan. 24. Notwithstanding the additional pre. cautions taken by the police to insure the safety of the public buildings, three separate outrages by means of dyna mite were committed in London t -day -one in Westminster-hall, a second within the House of Commons, and a third at the Tower of Londot . The first explosion occurred early this afternoon in theecryptof Westmin ster-hall, the windows of which were complete'y smashed; a large hole was also made in the floor of the cri pt. Two policemen, who were on duty at the time, and a visitor who was standing near them, were thrown down by the force of the concussion, and all of them were seriously injured. Scarcely had the noise ceased when a second and swill more disast-ous ex plosion was heard in the House of Commons. On examination it ap peared that a charge of dynamite had been placed immediately under the Strangers' Gallery. The western end of the chamber was found to be com ...

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

NEWS AND NOTES. -o 1On Tuesday a man named Thomas M'Garvey, lately in the employ of Mr B3alderson, of the local tannery, was brought before J. Peterkin, Esq., J.P, on a charge of assaulting his employer, and of misconduct while in his service. ii e was remanded until to.day. On Monday, the 26th inst., the committee of the Traralgon Agricultu ral Society held a meeting in the local court-house. There was a very good attendance of members present, who chose Mr Dugald Campbell to act as chairman. Mr Henry moved and Mr Walker seconded the proposi'ion that D. Campbell, Esq., act as president of the Society, which was carried unani moeuly, Mr Campbell then thanked those present for the honor besi?Oed° upon him. IMesrs James Campbell and John Henry were elected vice presidents, Mr J. M'Kinnell secretary, and Mr H. Munro treasurer. Mr Henry suggested that the Secretary of Agriculture be instructed as to the formation of Society. The secretary was also instructed to write to the Lands Depart...

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

Great Railway Disaster. The startling intelligence was given n Monday morning of the wreck of be combined train which left Al ury for Sydney on Sunday afternoon his train contained the pass-ugers ho left Melbourne on Saturday morn ig and Saturday afternoon, as well Isoas the occupants of the special hich was started after the Elatern ick races on Saturday evening. S ortly after midday the seere ary or Ra lways received a startling tele ratn trom the stationmaster at Albury; i worned, however, as to leave room -or doubt as to the accuracy of the in ormation it conveyed, which evidently ld not come direct from the scene of tiaster. It ran as follows: "I understand that about 30ft of he cuivert was sweet away by the ~od a?-out three miles south of Coora 4undra. The driver of the mail, see g it, put on full brake power, but ould nt stop the train I believe h eaine shot across, but the carria es fell it, a d were all telescoped. I m afraid ail the sleeping-ear passen ~e s are gone, but h...

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

Gippsland Light Lines. With ref rence to the route for a light line of railway to Walhalla, it will be s-i.n that the Government intend to ,ie each township justile, as far as it lav lt their power. Surveys are to be made from at least five townships, the last isrue of the " Chronicle" in form? us. Tiey say.-" We are now in ap eition to tate toat in a few days a ista of surv.yors will be rent by the Sa ilwr Dciarmlent to commence the i,, " ,: a light line from the mainl , 1, ), radway to Walhalla, and a'.o tsurvey a litne from G-mbrook i;.,ostie d. We are also informed .,.:t, t c ey partr, ot eiglht men are 5.r:,pe.i :,t C)w?anrr, and are about to at ike a ily nr survey from that town siip to IWalhalla. In connection with t:is matter, Mr Harrio has suggest-d that, owing to Mir Surveyor Whitelaw's knowledge of the country between Wal nann .... ?O main tGippsland line, it would be advantageous to utilize that gentleman's valuable services in con neer o with tie surveys. In reply to th...

GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 February 1885

GAZE¶ T1 . Parliament his bren further proro gued untl the.30 h Mareb. Applications for grants for the 'purl chase of books for Mechanies' Institutes anrd Free Libraries will be received until OSth February. ......... Applications for licenses approved Jas. Wright, jnnr., 25a, .Tong Bong; Philip Gorman, Ga; Peter Richardsoni, 10Sa, Robert M'Creedy, 4u, at Wil lung; Chas ni lvanna, 29Sa,Budgeree; Anne Knight, 107a, Traralgon; I. IHampton, 62a, Taujil; Bridget O'Gor man, 134a, Maryvval'o.f"Denis Cahill,? 314a, Budgeree; Wm. u Bond, 71, Traralgon; Jag. N. Donoehue, 100a, Traralgo, ; Alfred Shields, 194 Yinniar' Win. J. Morris, 27a, Wonwron ; Peter Iahioo. 10:, Darriman.; lMary Wilson, 31Sa,'Taria Tarrai - Hv Geo. Bodmar, 10a, Wonwron. Licenses revoked, &c.-W. Forbet, 3a, l.riagolong; Jas. Fox, 101a, Devon; John Oakes, 100a, Wy Yutig. Appllicntions for grants epproved Win. Stesenson, 320, Moe. Tendersaneceptea-Supply of redg am timber at Glengarry, Mitchell and Laing; ironbark t...

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