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The Soudan. Cairo, Jan. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 February 1885

The Soudan. Cairo, Jan. 28. Full p:rticulas hiave nowm:been re .i, d of the fiuthl:r operations of the Sthe colrtmn under Sir Herbert . -we t site- the engagemest on :he 17th in-t. Lord Wolshl y t-legraphs to the nu heo itie hoer- It lwheen Sir Herbert S ewart had arrived within four miles of the Nile on the ltth, the enemy 8 owed in front in great force. The Br tish commander then halted, and co.,strueed a oar be, under a heavy fire which the Arabs opened upon him. It was at this time that Sir Herbert Stewart was ,o everereld wounded that he was placed " hors de combat." Colonel Sir Charles Wilstn, R.E.' then assumed the command, and leav tog the wounded behind him at the zareta, he matrched out the sanme afternoon to attack thie Mahdiites. The latter ywere led oin ' several emirs on horseback. They ma-lea desperate charge on the British line, but: were repulsed with the loss of five of the_ emirs and 250 mien killed. The woun ded were very numerous. The casuanl ties on the British...

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

liscellalneous. -o- I "A new invention for the protection of ptolicemenr from midnight maraud ere," the "St JameA's Gazette" saye, "is:reported to have been lately adop ted in Cehicago. The members of the force in all the great cities of the Uni ted States are armed with loaded re voliers; but even revolvers are useless to protect it there be no light to dis cern the exact wher: abouts of the burglir. The authorities of Chicago have apparently come to the conclusion that the bullseye lantern is a clumsy and arzhaic instrument ; and, if report be true, they propose to substitue tar the lantern a row of small incandes rceit electric lamsne attached to the front of each policeman's coat, and colnuniicating with an nccumulator in the coat pocker. Thus it will only be recess:iry to maklt tlhe connexion by a slight pressure, and a brilliant illnmination nwill burst forth from tihe body of t,ihe ollicer of the law. There will pcrhaps, however, be sonime draw backs to the new method. The ar...

MORWELL, 2nd Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 February 1885

MOIRWELL, 2nd Ining. S?insen, e Wilson, b E, Raker 0 Ferguson, c iLean. ib Wil?on 10 ltigelosi, b E. Raker 4 Henly, b E. Baker 0 A. Donaldson,in E. Baker 1 J. Donaldson.nnot out 5 Waldon, b M'lecan 0 M-lillan. run out - 1 nlatonio, b L3le?I.n 0 Sundries 7 Total 28 BOWLING ANALYS?S.t nUaker, 3G balls, 3 runs, 4 :kts; Wilson. 12 rtalls, 10 runs, 1 "wkt.-; I'Lean, 20 balls, " nens, 2 wktsi. At Toon0abbie thel local club nt-et tin Jlosednle team, and were defeated thdresult beihg in ' the first- iings, Rosedale 64, and Toongabbie 5i runs. When the stuimps were dramin Rose dale had lost S wickets in their second innings for 82 rune.

MORWELL, 1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 February 1885

3IORWELL, let Innings. Waldon, b E. Baker 0 Bigelow. run out 0 J. Donaldson. b E. Baker 0 A. DonmaId?,. b E. BIaker 0 J. Henry, b E. Baker 3 T. Fergason, c and b Wilson 4 Swinsen. not out I D. 31Iillan, , st, b Wilson 0 Antonio, c and b Wilson i Snedries 3 Total 12 BOWLING ANALYroS. E. baker. 24 balls, i runs. 4 wts.; R. R. Wils-n, 23 balls, I runs. 3 wkts.

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

MORWELL v. 'ITIlRA.LGON. On Sat-a 'av t t, m from Mlor'e'l visited o - town-hip, bringing with them n;ne men, verntl of their bcet players bing nmB:le to take part. Traalg.n rir, firt t t t ie the wic kets, which they ecid until 84 ru', were placed rt their credit, J. M'L-an adding 31, <and getting' one .awy for 7. 11es,rs Fergnson and Henra each bowled well.. On the visitors going to the wik. t- E. Baker's bowl ng was fo'und to be diflieiult to pliay, and "dead on," two wicke!s falling in his first over. R. Wilson also howled with effect. Their S wickets falling for 12 oruns, they had to follbiw their inu.ings Baker again trundled with gre t precision, and from his six overs 'only 3 runs were obtained. They, hoewevcr, pl:aced 28 to their cre dit before the last man was dispoesad of, F,',rguson nmaking the highest score in 1Jott innings. The following are te slits: TRAIAI.GON. 1st Innians. J. Kenyon, lbw. h Ihcnr- 0 J. R. Painl, b Fergusoni 1. t J. 1'Lean, c Fergu-oini b ...

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

t'.Y>S ANti NOTEB) -o Thb aniiiversary celebration of the New Province Lodge, G.U.O.O.F., was held last Friday evening in the local Mechaniics' Hall. Theire was a'very good attendance of ladies and, gentle men, about thirty coutple being iresent? The music was supplied by Mr J. Downie, senr., and Mr J. Downie, junr., on two violins, with Messrs Hickox and Currie kindly assisting occasionally. on the concertina, to make proceedings mor': agreeable., Ti?e: dance was greatly enjoyed by those present, who entered into the proceedings with spirit The refreshments, supplied by Mlr A. L. Galbrhith,w?ei found to be excellent, as were other arrangements for comfort made by the committee. Bro. C. Campbell acted as an eflicicnt M.C., and the dance terminated at daybreak. riiost satisfactorily. The retinld.rlatclh between the Sale and.Maffra cricket clubs, was played at Sale on Satuiday, ilieri the home teamrreceived a most emphlaic defeat. The sale club, thliodg strongly repre sented, were....

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

GIPPSL? ND STOCK REPORT, Saturdny. Messrs English, Little, and Co. report- Fat Cattle--1arket brik at late rates, with upward tendancy. Our sales in the various markelts-Bullocks, £6 5s to £7 12s Gd. cows £4 12s6d to £5 5s,-vealers, 19s to £1 To. Store Cattle.-All sorts dull of sale, owing to to the extreme dry weather, a good fall of rain would much improve matters. At siaf fra on Friday a small market; and prices much the same as last week; good 4-yr-old bullocks, low in condition, £4 15s to £5 ds, cows, £210s to £3 5s, some in forward con dition, £l 7s; 3-yr-old steers, £3 to £3 11s 2 to 3-yr-old heifers, £2 2s to 2.18s ; IS;: months steers and heifers, £1 10s to £1 16s; at Sale, prices about same as day before, ex cept for young stock, which sold about 5o better. : Brivatel wehavesold store bullocks to £5 s d. Sheep.-No alteration. At Sale. ston crossbred ewes, 6s 3d. Pigs. Stores wanted, fat easier. Horses.-Nothing but really good sorts selling, at reduced pri ces. On Sturday w...

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

Sr rsidenrs of traralgon, and surrounding district Gcatlensien--In thanking you for your past 7?ort, I beg to again solicit your. fnaors "ough our new local journal laried and first class stock of saddlery .d harness alrays on hand. All orders omptl. attended to F SMITTH ADDLER, ETC., RANKLIN ST., TRARALGON. Mrs. ADAIR. VItAG decided to carry on the Bakery Snfeetionery. de.. conducted and olned bi hier Iae .ltbandi. hue secured ihe services. of nirst-c:Ca trademan, and requests a share the public patronage so liberally bestowed on her late husband. All artices of the best quality. for on nm t rmnosnable terms by Dl's. ADAZR, Traralgon Bakery. BRICKS! BRICGKS!! the finest quality. Can't be beaten in Gippsland. J. DUNBAR, Traralgon, ill undertake to deliver any quantity not s than 2000 at Tooncabbie or Flynn's eek railway stations, at £2 10s per 1000; so at Morwell railway station, for £2 Ss r 1000 At Traalgon township is per agreement. ANKS 1 TANKS 11 TANKS!' D. * 'CA RTHY INSMITH. P...

Sunday Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 February 1885

snlI(Iay Services, CHIIURCIH OF ENGLAND. Rev, J. R. Walker, at 3Morweil 3 p.m. Traralgon 7 PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCII. Rev. J. G. Wilson, at Traralgon 11 a.m. rlynn's Creek ... 3 p.m. Rosedale ... 7 p.m. WESLEYA N CHURCH. Rev. F.A. Herman at Toongabbie ... 11 a.m. Eaglehawk .. .. ... 230 p. Traralgon .. .. 7 p.m. • ?. ?, ,?., ?,. .snsc~c~

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

LIST OF COURTS. FEBRUARY. Rosedale, Wednesday 4,h, I1 a.m. Sum monses issued every Monday. Tlongabbie, Thursday 5th, Ila.m. Sum monses is?uned to-day, 30th. Traralgon, Thursday 12th and26th 10 a.m. Summonses issued each prec.ding Feidsy. M0oe, Saturday 21st, 10 n.m. Summonses issued Saturday, 14th. Morwell. Wednesiday 1Sth, 10 a.m. Summonen isosued Wedhesday 11th.

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

TRARALGON M thKETS M?onday. Messrs C. Mackintosh and Co. report: Our yards were bnly moderately supplied with cattle which sold as follows -Forward conditioned cows. to £3 18s; store cows to £3 Is 6d; realers, to £2 is, other descriptions same rates. - Messrs A. 'Lean and Co. report-Fair supply of cattle forward. We yarded about 200 head, the market remaining about the same aslast week. We sold fat bullocks, light weights, to £7; fat cows, fair qeslity. from £i 2s 6d to £4 Its 6d; store cows from £2 Its to £3 o4 6d; store bullocks to £4 3s ; milkers from £2 15s to3 ; store pigs o20s ; lip to 10s.

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

Prince Bismarck. Prince Bismarck, according to the '" Times" correspondent, leads a very mrthodical life, and in the country, as in town, no event is allowed to interfere with its regularity. His grand dinners are abundant, w:tb mathematical suffi ciency without stint or waste. His daily meals are those of a good family burgher, and the servants are methodi cal, attentive, and silent. None of his Lousehold evercommit the mistake at table of speaking before the master of the house has, so to speak, given him leave All wait to see whether the Prince is in a conversational mood, and when he is pleased to speak all are bushed, not to lose one of his words. To thi., in part, is due the large number t,f words, aneedotes, and dia logues attributed to him, for it has already long been customary for hi listeners to treasure un every word he utters One of the Prince's character istics is his love for some large dog, which he makes his con rtant companion and feeds himself--a do,, for instance...

London, Feb. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 February 1885

London, Feb. 3. It has been reported that I ord Der by has decided to abandon his inten tion of directly annexing the portion of New Guinea over which a trotec torate has been established, but there is no truth in the statement. Constantinople, Feb 3. The Sultan has sent an official corn munication to the Italian Government. formally protesting agai:.st the recent annexations of territory in the Red Se. by that power.-Reuter.

Murder in the Solomon Islands. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 February 1885

Murder in the Solomon Islands. Sydney, Wednesday. The schooner Eiibank C-.tle. of Sydney, .trading in the South Seas, with Henry C. Banks, the mate, in charge, arrivel at Prt Douglas yester day. The mate reports that Captain Howie, who was well-known at Cairns, and four of the crew were brutally mur dered on the 15th January, at Point Bangetta, in the Solomon group. On the boats getting towards the beach the party were attacked by sava ges, supposed to number 60 or more, the attack being witnessed from th vessel. The savages were armed with spears, tomahawks, &c., some of them being up to their waists in the wat,r After butchering the captain and the other occupants of the boat, the natives carried the bodics, with the boat and the articles of trade whicb it contained, along the beach. The natives were accompanied by a large number of dogs, which were licking up the blood of the victims. The boat ultimately disappeared in the bush. The mate fired two shots ashore without any...

To the Editor of the Traralgon Record [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 February 1885

To b?e ditor of the ?raraIgon ?ecord. tir.--Lat Friday evening I happened to be in Tarnalon. and I was very much atonished to notice the amount of license lowed to the larrikin element in your town. On the evening in question, a newly-married couple arrived by the elbournme train, and they were met at the station, and followed to t.::r residence by as nr-yv and rowdyaband cf r?orhs as it has ever bh-en my lot to meet n a countrvy town. Tin-kettling may be a national inetitution, but had it been carried to the oento that t was here on Friday nich:. in many other towns that I know, se:.rtl of the ringleaders would have had to ap?uar at the police court to answer for it. LAW AND ORDER. Tmrarlghn, 4 I 2 85.

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

To tie Editor of the Traralgon Record. Ir.--In reply to " Ratepayers' letter, whirh Speared in the last ilone of the " Re coni." I ig to inform you that the liip p.nrel to which he refers is not on hr 3'Don ald a land, but is a public entrance to a rmal piece of Government land, and I would like to know what authority Mr M'Don a1e, t; o enclo-e it. He has also enclosed suflicient Government ground to afford a cempine place for the railwaymen employed thr'. and which. if it were at their disposal, wcu.!d prevent them from being an annoyance to the ratepayerS. I am, etc. Hazelowod.3 S 2 I 85 WORKING MAN. [Ed. T.Ed --We hare beencompelled toea c~ a portion of our correspondent's letter.]

The Great Railway Disaster. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 February 1885

The Great Railway Disaster. Sydney, Monday. With reference to the statement that five mail bags that were in the tramn wrecked at Cootamundra are missing, the Postal department say that this is a mistake. Twelve bags made up for England that were in the train were forwarded by the mail steamer Zealan dia. Five other that were for Colombo and the ports of India were kept back to go by the first opportunity. None of the mails were lost that came by the wreckedt train except the Melbourne bag with six enclosure,. As this has not yet bren found, it is supposed that it must have been the canvas bag that was seen floating down the creek past Multama, about 16 miles from the railway. Cootmundra. Mondar. Through communication was re stired by the temporary deviation last night. and at the usual mail time the first train passed it euccessfully. Stone is recovering slowly, and is able to sit up to-day. Mr Pr.d tie has instructed Messrs .Murdoch and O'Donnel, solici tors, to proceed against th...

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

Race Meeting. A public Imeeting for the purpose of tamkte steps towards getting up horse r..ces in Traralgon ?as held in the court-house Irst Monday evening. Mr J. Peterkin was elected chairman, but the attndance was scarcely as large so might have been expected. It was unauimounly decided that a race meet ing be held in Marebh, but considerable difficulty was experienced in fixing upon a defi6nite day. While many of of those present considered that St. Patrick's Day would be the most suit able, others thought it would be injudicious to clash with Heyfield, as such a course would undoubtedly injure both race meetings. However, as there was no other suitable day available, it was eventually decided, by a large majority, that the races be held on St. Patrick's Day. The following gentlemen were appointed stewatds Messrs M'Lean, Munro, D. Campbell, Dr Morrison,] Neville, Kaye, and

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

BIRTH. MUNRO.-At the Bank of Australasia, Traral- gon, on the 5th inst., the wife of Hector Munro, of a son.    

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1885. THE COOTAMUNDRA CATASTROPHE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 February 1885

(Published every Friday nmoning.): FRIDAY, FEBtU!ARY , 1S$8. THE COOTAMUNDRA CATAS- ! ' TROPHE. If we are free to speculate on the caused of the Cootamundra Railway Disaster, it is only fair to wait until the latest conclusions of scientific ex poits are :mde public not necessar ily to accept them without reserve, but to forni the basis of the judgment hereafter to be pronounced, probably by judicial authority, and certainly, by public opinion. " It is needless, to re capitulate the main facts. The vio lence of the downpour of rain ieeds no formal proof. It is not probable that many important additions will be made to evidence already existing. With respect to the general conditions under which the accident happened, it may be taken far granted---that-- we know all that there is to be known. We have, then, to consider the more general questions raised.by a ailmity which, happily has hitherto been unex ampled. It is alleged that the bridge was originally faulty, in its conception at ...

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