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

TRHRALGON, IMONDAY, ;FEB.I2. RICHARD MACKAY & CO will sell at da their new yards, Tnraragon, ons theabore te. Bul!cks, heifers, and steers And on account of 1Ir John King 4 Pure bred sows. heavy in young. WANTTED TANTED KNO\p '.--Accomodation pad docks fur cattle and horse, 51 miles from Traralcon and same distance from 3!or well. on Latrobe Ricer. Splendid grass and wars:. Every care taken, but no responsi bility. For terms apply J. LINDSAY. Traralgon. 'T\ANTED-PALINGS. ec.. to load and unload. GOODS of all descriptions forwarded to any part of the colony. A. CAMERON, Agent for Broadbent Bros., Railway Station, Traral on. O0 SALE.-CORN SACKS. New full weight Calcutta, and No. I second hand, at low rates. J. PETERKIN & CO. TO LE -T. THE WHEAT-SHEAF HOTEL. as a pri vate roeidence, containing 10apartments Apply- CROWN HOTEL, Trarlgon. LOST, from Traral-,n Creek, White Heifer 3yrs old, branded GB and C off ribs, also ear marked. los rewarded on leaving same with the TRA...

Rosedale Local Land Board. MONDAY, FEB. 2. (Before Mr J. Thomas and Mr T.A. Duncan.) SECTION 19. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 February 1885

Rosedale Local Land Board. --- MONDAY, FEBa. 2. (Before Mr J. Thomas and Mr T. A. Duncan.) SEcTION 19. 1. Jeremiah Birkery, 26a 3r 39p, Holey Plains, south of his presentholding.-Recom. mended. 2. Robert Vincent, 62a 2r 5p, Rosedale, west of H. T. Costia.-Recommended, sub, ject to modification of surrey if found neces sary. 3. W. G. Greenwell, 315a2r4p, Carrajung west of E. G. Briggs.-Recommended. 4. Wm. Missen, 62a 2r 30p, Callignee, south of E. Missen.-Recommended. 5. Evelyn Missen, 21a, Or 14p, Willung, east of N. Stevenson.-Recommended. 6. S. J. Piera, 198a, Willung, south and adjoining F. Piers and P. Richardson.-Re commended, subject to approved survey. 7. Peter Richardson, 6Oa, Willing, portion of land applied for by S. J. Piera.-Refused. 8. Richard Piera 100s, Willang, north of W. J Robi:so, on Meriman's Creel- Post poned for inspection. 9. Thomas Richardson. 45a. Willung. por. tion of same land as applied for by F. Pira. -Postponed for surrer. 10. John Giltenan. 85a 2r. Wil...

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

llirboo, -0- (FRO5I OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Thursday. A concert and ball was heAd in the above mentior.ed townshio on Friday the 30th ultimo, in aid offunds requir ed to ferce the local cemetery. The concert was held oa the re'anash of Mr Bair's new hotel. Owing to the want cf a stiithble building ro other place con'd be obtained, but our local Dr?a.ane Club, who were giving tlih entartainment, euceeeded with the aid of plenty of cantas,t:ime, and trouble, in turning it into a very respectable balil. The evenit g's amusement was start ed by Mr Tra:ncr taking the chair, who then called upon Mr Dewey to play the overture, a very good pe:for m:unce and his own composition. The next item on the programme was the "Rescs of Kentucky," by the company, fa:rly rendered and receiv:d. The follaoring congs were then given: "The Fog Bell" ^'y Mr Dewey ; 'The Clouds bare r lled by, Willie," by Miss F. Fairbairn ; "Larboard Watch" by Messrs Scott and Nicol; ."Yellow, White, and Browu" by Mr Dewey;...

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

M1ELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday. Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. report:-Far Cattle.-1500 drawn for; sales opened about last weeks prices. We sold30bullocks from. Kilmorie, to £S 2s Gd; 10 for Mr Jas. Buck ley to £10 lOs; 10 for Mr Cooper at AS 5s; Mr Bodman's at £S 2s 6d, and cows at £517s 6d; Cotter'sbullocks £7 17s6dand cows £6; Folev's cou -at £5 7s6d; Frietag's to £51s ; and Pruden s at £5 s Gd ; Morgan's bullocks, £7 15s; and cows at £4 10s. We also sold 21 calves at full market rates. Messrs IL Gibson and Co. report :--Fat Cattle.--S00 forward, principally of good, useful toprime quality. The marketopened firm, but closed about 10sper head low.. We quote pimes-t pens bullocks, £10 to. £12 ; good do. £7 to £9. We sold 24 for different owners Fat .heep.-13,000 yarded; sales were brisk at last week's rates for alLdescrip tions, best merino wethers making 9j.to los, crossbred ditto 12s to 13s; we sold 3500. 3ICaw, M'Ilwrick, and Co. report :-We held oar usual sale today, and give below de...

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

(o rrespfio de nce. TT tie Editor or the " Traralgon Record.' ir.-At the Bace Meeting on Monday i2..T. Mr Eaye took occasion to remark that - re.d ! en siitarr fir a prreiors raming cr:~-it-'e, which had faitkl to discharge its iia! ili-. An advertising bill of £5 oddhad t-n ieft unpaid, and verr recently he had b -rn sed with a I-rgal notice to pay it. AL::,:: I think it wa= a se-rious over-ight en " paIn of the -secretary to allow the crrmittee to disciove before all the liabili ii- wtre cleared off. yet now that the ac c ,:,t in quj-:i an l s ti-n sent in, I think it i- ma:ifi:vi unfair that t-e ecretary alone shrl he-i r. i nrible for it. I am quite aware tht rt ri cnmmittee ekcted last Mon day nieht has nto lgal connenioa with any pr?.?i;g_ un.. yet I think it would not be an unwise action on their part to recint.se the li liitie- which have been lit over. -I i ,shi-,n uf hoorary secretary is not at any time a very enviable one; and iit in d diion to ,other tidn b they are to b...

European News. MISCELLANEOUS. London, Jan. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 February 1885

European 1News. (From the "Argus.")' MISCELLANEOUS. - London. Jan. 30. The Right Hon. Joseph Chamberlain president of the Board of Trade, refer ling to the recent dynamite attempts in London; declared that, in his opinion, Mr Parnell ought to publicly denounce the perpetrators of these outrages. "Reuter." London. Feb. 1. The authorities are in receipt of com monications warning them that further attempts at dynamite outrages are in tended, and the new law courts, the Bank of England, and the British Mu. seam are indicated as places to be a· tacked. In consequence of this information stringent precautions are bing token to insure the safety of those buildings, special guards b in- mounLtd to pre ventthe approachof suspicious charac ters. The Derby police yesterdai? arrested a man who is believed to be connected with the recent dynamite outrages in London. The accused will be brought up for examination as soon as pos sible. Washirg,on, Jan. 31. Several of the State Legislatures have v...

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

BURMAH. Commentine uponi recent disturb ances in Burmab, the "Times of India" writes :-Upper Burmah has long been sueh a bear-gardsn, that no one will t e sorry to learn that anarchy, misrule, and incapacity b-ve at last irotight matter to a crisi . When Theebaw Sas spending his time in massacre end debauchery, his unfortunate kirtg dom haI teen left to take care of itself, and in the last three weeks a valuable slice of the north-west cornerhaa been coolly ann, xPd hy Chinese adventurers in the tame of thsir imperial master. Theebaw is apparently quite unableto realise the situa ion, and the British Government w 11 probably have to tell the Chinese that, though England does rot wish to annei Upper Burmah her self, she has no intention of allowing China to do so, The trustworthy details we have at last received as to ,he capture of Bbamna by a handful of Chinese adventurers and their savage allies prove that the movement is even more serious than was at first believed. Bbamo lies at...

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

~11ANIIOOD AND THE VIGOR OF LIFE ?ESTORED IN FOUR WEEKS By the use of D R. R I C 0 R D'S ESSENCE OF LIFE. The only Infallible Remedy for Nevouas Debility. ir RioeEd's I:ssene of l.ie restores manhood to the mosat shatlltered and debilitated conlstitution, fromn nI hatcer cause arising, in four weeks. Failure i isim poasilule if taken accrdling to the printed dlirections, wriclh are er yia ple, and lrequire il rstrailt or lindd ranie front nib 1ess. This valuable lemled affords relief and permanently cures all a? h suller fromn wastif and withlering of the ecru mri and os ulas r tia is, isierantoerrhea, and all uarinlcy aposits shbirel cuse incapacitmy ad degene racy total anlld Irtial Iltratio allm n verl othelr ae lamtiva derangement of the frpte a regenerating all the importsut elements of t ie huma, i frame, ad ena bllng mas to flllll n most acrred olliations.' "s Il cases at 1a, orIr for uantities ill ise for NCr if by coach, 2?s C extra. Parcels, packed secascly, tand free from...

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

Richard Mackay. AND CO. Stock, Station and GENERAL COM[ISSION AGENTS - AGEN'IS FOR Trust Estates, and Mfortgagees. Yew Zealand Loan Company. National of Sero Zealand, Fire ." JMarine Lendon and Laanashire Fire Keo Zealand Accident AUCTION SULES condnctedanavnlta. lions made in any part of Gippsland. LOANS negotiated on every description of Landed Property, Stock, and Chattels, and every kind of finao?cial agency undertaken PICIIAR'D MACKAY. & CO. hold weekly sales of Horses, Cattle, Pigs, Sheep, .c., at their 'Treaalgon Yards every 3Monday. Tooni'abbis yards, last Wednesday in each tonrtl. lint wrcl yards, 'ast Moaldas in each month La trck yards, second Tuesday in each month Clearing sales-Daily. Nor;E-Aceounto sale promptly rendered. Valuable Hotel For Sale. R MACKAY & CO. are favored with in-   structions from James Shepherd, Esq.,   to offer for private sale the unexpired portion of his Lease in the Commercial Hotel, Toon- gabbie, togeth...

TRARALGON POLICE COURT. Thursday, 12th February. (Before J. P. [?] Esq., and Dr. Morrison, J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 February 1885

TRhRIALiON POLICE COLT., Thursday, 12th Fi·rur (Before J. P. t.'ririn E-q., and Dr. • forrison, J.'sP.) P Pon'tomme v. A. Spencer: Debt. ,'. oey pald into court. P. Bonhomme v. A. Il:uritz: Debt. Settled out of court. A. L.Galbrtith v. Mr. Smith : Go rds sold and delivered, £3 13s. Order for atmou ,t with 2; (il cots. E. lEfrston slurrendr'ed to h:s 'bil arnd was brought up o0 a. charge of ab ducting a youn' girl named Ann Hower. The father of the young oo man, however, stepped forward and xpressed a wish to withdraw the charge. Tuis accordingly was done by the hench, to the evident satisfkc lion of those pre-ent, the pair having, it is said, been unarried in 3e.:bourne.

Drowned in the Latrobe. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 February 1885

Drowned in the Latrobe. An inquiry was held on Monday, 7Th Feb., a Fuie's hot-l, Tyers road, bef re J. Peterskin,TEq., J.P., touching the death of Win. Roberts, who was found drownd in the Latrobe river, near the Bluff bridge, a short distance from Traralgon. Chlas Greenfield stated that he worked with deceased on JMr ,Mooney's Son ract neetr the Bluff bridge, they ihd alsa te-n, shipmates (as sailors) on the Loch Toridon, which arrived in May Iast. On Friday, 6th inst, at mid-day went with deceased and a man ranmd Gidiow to bathe in Latrohe river. After being20 minutes in the wter, Gidlw and himself were leaving wvhenl we heard t?:o deceased call out "cme here, quick!" "We were then about 20 yards away, and ran back in stantly. Giullow, who was first to reach himu, attempted to catch hold of deceased, but failed, and deceased caught Gidlow round the body, drag; cig him under the water, where he remained for a few seconds. At the eame monient deceased reappeared on the surface of th...

Correspondence. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 February 1885

Correspondence. To thle Editor of the 2raralgon Record. Sir-In your last appears a letter sig?ed J.D., which purports to be a disintereted person's opinion that a certain advertising account should have been paid by the Traral eon Race Club to the secretary of a meeting held in 1SS1. Had the letter been signed E.l.. I should not have taken up your space in pointing that E.K. is the only person in terested in J.I.'s sentiments. I contend that the Traralgon Race Club did quite right in rejecting this account, because they will have liabilities enough of their ow~r without being saddled with those which Mr Kaye should have seen settled long ago. As that gentle manl was secretary--and, I presume, treasu rer--because the nomination fees were made p:ayable at the secretary's own hotel, then surely he could have afforded to pay the poor printer. I was surprised thnt 3Ir Kaye's de licate modesty, for which he is noted, should "have carried him so far as to lead him to imagine that the Tarra...

European News. MISCELLANEOUS. London, Feb. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 February 1885

1 European News. o (From the "Argns.") MISCELLANEOUS. London, Eeb. 0. The British force at Gubat, under Sir Redvers Buller, has been streng thened by the arrival from Korti of ad ditional artillery. It is stated that the Government have decided to despatch 8000 men as a rainforcement to the British force now in Egypt. The troops, which will be under the command of Major-General Newdegate, will proceed from Eng land to Suakin, and thence to Berber. -" Reutltr." Cairo, Feb. 8. Details to hand with regard to the advance of the convoy from Gakdul to Gubat state that the column was at tacked near Gakdul by a body of the enemy, numbering fully a thousand. The British force, however shelled the rebels, who were eventually re pulsed. London, Feb. 9. "The Times" this morning in an article on the New Guinea correspon dence between England and Germany, which has just been published at Ber lin, denounces the arrogance of Prince Bismarck, and urges Earl Granville to adhere to the extension of th...

CATHOLIC CHURCH CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 February 1885

CATHOLIC CHURICH CONCERT. Last Friday evening the concert in aid of the buil.ding fund of the Catho lic Church was held in the Mechanics' Institute, and as on the last occasion was a grand success, both as an evqn ing's entertainment, and financially, over £50 being taken for tickets. The hall was fairly crowded at half-past seven, and sitting roam was not obtain :ble even at that early hour. However tlhe secretary (Mr ,M. Dwyer) very ably assisted by Mr Donoghue and others, made every possible arrancement for the convenience of the audience. F. C. Mason, Eeq.. M.L.A., who rendered valuable assistance to the committee, acted as a most efficient chairman. Mr Chas. ,ykes, the celebrated organist, who was advertised to appear, was not amongst the performers, but Mr Owen Conduit proved a most worthy substi tute. Mrs. J. M'Lean was indisposed and her place was filled by the Rev. Father Hegarty. The concert was opened by Messrs Donovan and Conduit playing an over ture, piano and cornet. F...

MORWELL STOCK REPORT. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 February 1885

1MOEWELL STOCK OELPOrT. Monday. 3le(rs C. Mackintroh and Co. report: Our yards were well acpplied with cattle, nearly all of which werecleared out at fairly eatisfactory prigcw, as follows :-roiod con dition bullocks to £5 15; forward cows. from £4 to £4 4 ; store cow-, from £3 to £3 5?; scveral lot: of steert from £3 5s to £3 10; other dtecriptions at eame

Narracan Shire Council. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 February 1885

Narracan Shire Council. The feilc sing tn? ions were rased at th:e lset S-arr., S:re meeting: That tie -n, : eer .r p r, an es imate r, to forr r-a ine i Mo- Viaduct. That 'he sum i f £100 be allotted for iw rks et Bo .Lr., £30 to be taken from the Bair's Hill vote, and £70 from :he conting-ncy vote. That tender' be clle.i for bh next ordinary meeti·'g for works at B o!ara, accord-ing to 1aT s an?d sp:cifi.atio-s. That £50 be spent out of the £s00 voted by Govrrnment on the Mirboo railway terni:nu?- mai, road. That tenders be called for clearing main road, railway terminus, M.irboo North. That tenders be called for corduroy on Waed' Track, according to plans, Teat the ei sinerbe empowe-e'l to appoint MIr Pettit c.lerk of works for bridge over 3iMowell River. That the engineer be instructed to clear scrub south of the 10-mile, cost not to cxceed £10. That the bridge over Moc.:eli river, at Watlh's be closed for trafic during reetion of new brid oe. : en-detr be called for ?0 chains "...

MELBOURNE MARKET. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 February 1885

MELBOURNE 3LAIIR ETc. Welnes da. .cr?? P'ower, .urtherf?rd, and Corpor.: --Fat Ct::le.--Out l "O yard-r. none of w ei e;.: prme. uont large proporon were gNd r-fnlqnuaitn. 'Therew^.isabrskdemand far prn€ pr?r' at an a ranc'- (,o n ~ week- - wt_. ba: an noble to q ote any imprrve meat ot n-r dn: nrioi.. ,, 40 odl liUh f: Jo, .I n Pike; Mindmcple i"Par. to £11 7 ;Hi aer? g £10 s -- ai; 20 bprlc ,= .Jan E- rcr. Moor n. raial £ i5 !4; 10 l% :k, J. ' I eP . C"n--;, at £9 (; I -.t k f : 31r W'Farre..Pa."n'a Park, ave·rs g £9 75s ; IIrc-, F.F.:ntn.junr.. -t£.L R: -a I 2. -d -.a!lr drafts for Mn-F? . Ginneo and Co. repotn:-Fa Cat::t.- -W reqlnrotprime-t Loallrek t fll to £12 5-; god do. 9 to 10 gsinea. We ;,l.d 2.50. .inr.,ni Camp.:Il- Tram!"oa Park b!!,k arerng' £I'01,. 3"i ; SirW. .1. Cl- ('-Al Iim! bu-Irkr., £:9 l= ;d. co £' 10]. Fat SI hp.--lIIo' yard I ; Seas wet-: braik at an "-di;anre of l per head mr ing 1lS;' ai- menor, do. to 13s. We d'Caw ',r ,Ilwr ek, and Co. repo/rt :-We he!, o...

GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 February 1885

QAZ rATTE. -o- The proel"mation i.?sed declar.ng Boolara to hI a srecial licensing dis trict, lasn b e;, revoked. , Landi Sale aill be held in 1M?l bourne, on the 10th March, at Gem o'ell, T:ucke, t, and Cu.'s rooms, Collins stree', west, when lots 0 to 14 at Bor lara, containing hetween Or and 3r e' .ch, will be offerei at an upset price of £10 per lot, charge for survey £1 ; al-o at IMirbo N..rrh, lot 15, area Ir 1G,, u ps??iiice £100,survey £1, and lots 16 to 10, area 2r, upset £25 per lo, survey £1; los 20 to31, area frm 2r 18p to Or 20p each, upset price £15 per 1,t, survey fee £1. At the Walhalla land sale on 9Oh January, n iffers we.oe received fir lots 1 to 14, 18 to 23, 5;, 26, 35 to41, 44. I-sue of I:ew licenser approved. Tames Elliott, 12a, Narracan; Ed. Ries, 31, Toongabtie ; H. Richards, 18a, Willung; Jens. P. Nelson, 100,, Longearrj. Ap:;lictions for leasis approved. C. O. Gilbert, 6i0a, DMaryvale. Tcnders-Timber bridge over Aber teldy River, Wo hall to : Toomb. in ros...

A PUGILISTIC AFFRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 February 1885

A PUGILISTIC AFFRAY. Last Saturday morning two rivals for t e smiles of one of the gentle sex, hasieg wounded each o.her's feelings to a considerable extent, decided to set tle their grievances in a stand up fight At about 10 o'clock the interested par ties met in a secluded spot on the banks of the Traralgon Creek, east of the Sawmill, where bth men, J. Keogh of Morwell, and J. Sheehan of Rose dale, stripped to the waist, and fought to the bitter end, each presenting a frightful appearance at the finish. The following particulars were furnishe.l to the evening papers by someone sresent --"Blood was the order of the hour. Keogh appeared to immensely enjoy the joke twhe. he bunged Siee';an's eye ; but the tables changed, for the young man, warming up, in turn made the pace faster, and felled K-ogh several times, who at last threw up toe sponge.' About twenty-five rounds touk place, but only two or three were any g ,od. Keogh, woo evidenly had been at the game before, did a lot of dod...

LIST OF COURTS. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 February 1885

LIST OF COTTRTS. FEBRUARY. Trralngn, Thursday 1th =d 26th 10 a~m. Scmmoro~ ite sued each prcEdna Friday. Moe. Saaaday 21st, 10 a.mn. tmamoar L--ud Satuzday, 14th. Norwell. Wedae~day 10th, 10 am. Stummnaee i asnad Wedna::ia7 11th.

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