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DEATH OF MR. J. G. FRANCIS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

DEATH OF MR. J. G. FRANTCISI -o It is with a feeling of sincere regret that we announce that Mr J. G. Fran cis expired at Queenscliffe on Friday evening at half-past six. He had long been suffering from general de rangement of the nervous system produced in the first instance by internal abscesses, and three days since hemiplegia supervened, which was the immediate cause ofdeath. Dr. Fitzgerald has been attending the patient for some years past, and re cently advised his removal to Queens cliffe for change of air, though a fatal termination to his illness has been anticipated by his medical adviser. The remains were interred in the Melbourne Cemetery on Sunday after noon, the cortege starting from the deceased gentleman's late residence, shortly after three o'clock. Mr. Francis' remains were brought from Queensecliffe by a special train, which arrived at Spencer-street at about eight o'clock on Saturday evening. After service had been conducted at the house by the Rev. Canon Hand fi...

HEYFIELD LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

HEYFIELD LINE. In our last we mentioned that it was intended to petition the Minister of Railways for a concession in the matter of running a special train upon the Heyfield line every Monday, the day upon which the Traralgon Cattle Mar ket is held. Since then the matter has, though not forgotten, been allowed to stand over for a few days, but one of our most energetic citizens has now taken it up with the deter mination of carrying it through, depending on the aid of other influen tial residents. It is obsolutely neces sary that we ask for what we want, and also show there is some reason in our request. The latter is not a difficult task, but the former requires that residents of Traralgon, Latrobe, Toon gabbie, and Heyfield districts feel an interest in the movement, and by each township co-operating secure a roll of signatures, such as will cause the Department to respect their wishes. The benefits to be derived are unques tionable. We are not sure that a second train daily upon ...

MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

MULTUMI IN PARVO. A young girl, named Lizzie Murphy, committed suicide in Lake Wendouree, Ballarat, last Saturday evening. A letter written before the deed, lays the charge at the door of a person of the oth r sex. Deneen, the youth who shot at Con stable Hodgkinson, in New South Wales, has been knownas' Ned Kelly" amongst his companions, and 12 months ago attempted to stab his teacher. We hear that another paper has been started at Drouin in opposition to the " Independent." New Queensland and the North-west of New South Wales have suffered severely from drought. Tile stock dying for want of feed and water, the distress has been partly mitigated by late rains. The Committee of the church lately des'royed by fire at Port Albert are mak ing efforts to rebuild the structure, which was occupied occasionally by the Presbhterian body, but find a little difficulty in raising funds. 6000 letters weredetainedin London, insteal of being sent by the Ilivenna, and sent by thle Orient boat seve...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

Great Clearing Sale of Cattle, Horses, Farm Implements, Household Furnituie, &c., COWWAR, THURSDAY, FEB. 14. A. h'L.EAN & CO. instructed by W nm. Fogarty, Esq., who has leased his farm and is having the district, will sell on tha premises, the whole of his Stock, Farm Im. plement,, &e., comprising 30 Fat Bullocks 10 do Cows 14 Mlilch Cows, carefully selected from some of tile best herds in Gippsland 10 Hlorses, heavy draughts, buggy and saddle Farming implements, consisting of plough, harrows, horseworks, chaff cutter, &e. Drays, Spring Cart, and several arts of Ilarness Complete Furniture of parlor, four bed rooms, kitchen, &e Dairy Utensils, Iron Tanks, gents' and ladies' Saddles and Bridles, and a large assortment of Tools and sun dries. Pigs, Poultry, &c. Also Growing Crop of Maize and Potatoes (about 20 acres). Terms: £20 and upwards approovd bill at three months. Time of sale, 11 a.m. Luneheon provided. TIARALGON, MONDAY, FEB. 4 ...

LIST OF COURTS. POLICE COURTS—FEBRUARY, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

LIST OF COURTS. PoLuc COUins FEBRUARY, 1884. Rosedale, on 1Sth; summonses issued every Monday Toongabbie, on 19th; summonses issued on 12th Traralgon, on 7th and 21st; summonses issued every Thursday 'Moe, on 23rd; summonses issued on 16th Morwell, on Tuesday 5th, at 11 '.m.; summonses issued Tuesday, 29th -0 WAnRDN'S COUnT Moe, on 23rd, Saturday

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

W. T. BETTESON, KAYE STREET, "E"BARAýýa ®Nai-T Asas for a continuation of the favors which he las received in the past from the inhabitants of Traralgon and surrounding districts. A Large Stiock of DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, & OROCKERYWARE To choose from. Comparison of Quality and Pricesinvited. 5 per cent. Discount for Cash on all Drapery parcels exceeding £1. TRARALGON POSTAL AIRRANGEMlENTS. MAILS CLOSE FOR Melbourne Warragul Daily at 7140 .m. and Drouin Moe 5-20 p.m. Morwell Waterloo I Daily, Trafalgar } 7 40 a.m. Rosedale and Daily, Sale J 11-15 a.m. & 7O50p.m Glenmaggie Seaton Heyfield Daily, Cowwar 11-5 a.m. Toongabbie Latrobe Walhalla ' Mon., Wed., Fri., 11'15 Happy Go a.m. Tues. Thurs. Lucky Sat., 7-40 a.m. Tyers ... Tues. & Fri. 12-15 p.m. Callignee I Thursday, Yarram Yarram) 10 p.m. Correspondence for Mirboo must go by 5'20 p.m. mail to Morwell,Mon., Wed. & Fridays.i MAILS ARRIVE FR01M Melbourne Warragul Daily, 11-43 ....

Latest Intelligence Melbourne, Thursday evening [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

Latest Intelligence (From our own correspondent.) Melbourne, Thursday evening R.M.S. Carthage left Williamstown pier to-day at the appointed time, but got aground and is likely to remain so until high tide, late in the afternoon. Mr Bent is among the passengers by the incoming steamer which arrived at Albany to-day. The Public Service Board meets to morow for the first time. Another Presbyterion row, not as in the Strong case, on Dogma, but money matters. Rev. Mr Rentoul wants rent paid for hiring him at East St Kilda. The congregation demur, hence the dis pute, Another fatal accident at Sandhnrst. New Chum Reserve Mine at Golden Gully. Deceased, named John Hardy. The accident occurred while firing a charge in a drill hole. A piece of quartz was driven right into Hardy's heart.

FIELD AND GARDEN. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

FIELD AND GARDEN. --0 FEBR UARY. KIrc?EN GAnREx.--Cabbage, cauli flower, lettuce, spinach, and turnips should be sown. Early potatoes may be planted largely. Celery and leeks to be transplanted into trenches. Dig up any vacant ground in readiness for autumn cropping; the soil is pulverized and sweetened by exposure to the at mosphero. Cabbage and cauliflower plants should be planted largely. If dry, water as last month. FLOWER GARnDE..-FPrceed with the propagation of favorite plants by layering, cuttings, or otherwise. Plant at the nd of ethis month a few hyacinths, tulips, anemones, rananculi, and narcissi for early blooming. Sow stocks, larkspurs, mignonette, &e. Take care that cammelias, azaleas, rho dodendrons, and the like plants, do not suffer from want of water. Climbers must be regulated, the stronger growing hkinds cut back. and others neatly tied up. All decayed flower stems or leaves t) be removed; walks to be kept neat and orderly. F.Ant,-The plough will be in ac...

MISCELLANEOUS. London, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. -0--- London, January yS. The earl of Comperdown is men tioned as likely to succeed tihe Marquis of Normanby as Governor of Victoria. London, January 26. The Simla, sh., 2172 tons, from London to Sydney, cames into collision with the City of Lucklsow, sh., 1105 tons, homeward bound from Adelaide to London in the English Channel. The former vessel sank shortly after wards. The City of Lucknow was able to proceed to Portsmouth, where she landed some of the crew of the Simla. London, January 28. G. Ulyett, the. well known Yorkshire player, and W. Fowler, Nottingham shire bowle-, have agreed to .join the All England Eleven that is being organiseld by Shaw, Shrewsbury, and Liilywhite, to visit the Australasian colonies next season. Landon, January 28. The violent hurricane which was raging on Saturday on the Engish coast has caused immense havoc to shipping, and wrecks, accompanied by loss of life, are reported in many quar ters. London, January 29. The Prince of W\ales ha...

Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

gorre sponldelce. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." Sir,-Tour Traralgon South corres pondent, in giving the particulars of the children's picnic, that was held on the 18tl, omitted to mention about the ball that was held in the school room on the tame evening. The only way I can account for the omniseion is that the extra real your correspondent displayed to:u use the children had so o~rcoLr e lhii, that when writing his rep:trt. I e was half osleep, and forgot iat::"nut the ball. Allow me to etate that it was thoroughly enjoyable, and a criat success, Iall &Sc., SOCIAL.

European News. AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN. London, January 28 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

European 1rews. -0- (From the "Argus.") AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN. London, January 28 Major-General Gordon, who has been appointed by the Khedive Gover nor of the Soudan, with full power to deal with the rebels as he thinks best, will proceed to Khartoum without' an escort, and taking with him, £50,000 in gold. An attempt has been made to relieve Sennaar, an importont town on the left bank of the Blhe Nile, the retreat of the Egyptian garrison having been cut off by a rebel force. The attempt, however, failed. News has been received that the Mea:di, accompanied by a force ot 40,000 men, left Obeid, the chief town in Kordofau, on the 16th. inst. According to the latest intelligence a powerful Arab tribe, inhabiting the country between Suakin and Berber, have stated that they are willing to keep open the route between those two places for the Egyptian Government. London, January, 20. A rebel force is now in the vicinity of Khartoum. The eheikhs who ore in command of the insurgents have su...

RECHABITE TENT. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

b ECHABBLTTE LENT. -0 To the Editor of the "Tralgcr l?eecord." De.r sir,--- s a member tf the Tra r:,lgoi Iechiabite Tent, I feel called upon to give 'ou some information about tihe existehce of the said tent in thi: ncighborhbod. It is not in the stownshsip that cur meetings are held for the good reason that a suitable place for meeting cannot be obtained. You may tell inquiring friends that tile tent is in a healthy condition, wide awake enough to look after its own intrcests, and we are that far from bring dormant that we have kept up our connection with the District five years without intermission. Ourplace of mneeting is advertised in the "Tem perance News" of this month, where the names of the tent officers may also be found, who, I am sure, will be most happy to give every information to anyone who may wish to join our society. Faithfully yours, S. WILLIAMSON. Traralgon, 1G-1-1884. [Ed. " T. P.":-It affords us great pleasure to be thus early enlightened. As to suitable buildi...

CALLIGNEE Saturday, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

CALLIGNEE -0 (Fronm our own' correspondent.) Saturday, January 20. The first section of the Yarranm Y'ar ram track, has been completed to all appearance, in a creditable manner. In a ?ear or so we expect to have a very fair road to our metropolis, 'ror.algon. We are having a splendid season for grass, the paddocks lhowing a fioe sward of clover,rve-grass, and cocksfoot, and butter and cheese making are in full swing, with every likelihood of proving profitable ti those thus enl gaged. Hares are at present a now ltr in the district, a few are occasio,.ally ',-ll running about. Like some other i:a portations to the clony, ther. cp.k.'1, will i a few years be voted a nu saoce. t'he committeo of the niow local Mecihanics' IInll, are busying them selves in an effoit t, make lie comnert ansd ball, ill aid of the building fuidol, a success. A nunmber of ladies iand gentlemen have kindly prom:s ,l their assistance, and it is to b, hoped the residents will turn out as a recogniltion for thei...

THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

THE GAZETTE. o-- The Parliament of Victoria has been further prorogued until the l]th Mare'-, 1881, by order of Ilis Excellency the Governor. The appointment of J. F. Cobb, Esq., surgeon, as i-1H ath Officer for the Buln Buln and Warragul Shires, has been approved by the Central Board of HI-ealtt. The petition of cerlain ratepayers o.f the Shire of Albertoa for the annexa tion ofa portion of the aforesaid Shire to Shire of Buln Buln has been refused. Eight acres (allot. S1n), adj ining the site at present reserved for a ceme tely at Rosedale, have been likewise withheld from occupation, as an addi tion thereto. The application of George Evans for a license for 199a Or 2Sp, at Narracan, refused. The applications for leases,as follows, have been approved-Thomas Kenyon, 40 acres, at Loy Yang, and D. O'Con nor, 76'a 3r 3p, at Willung. The lease of Thomas Hume, 320a, at Moe, has been transferred to Lucy E. Hume. The Court of Assize will b: hold on 26th February, at Sale.

MORWELL. January 31, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

S MORWELL. 0 From our own correspondent. January 31, 1884. The late rains have done serious tmage to all the hay and oats that id not been stacked in this district, Sforltunately most of the farmers were st getting their hay cut when the reak in the weather came, therefore ost of it got damaged. It was dis cearteningr to see large areas of hay and oats down,exposed to the storms of the at fortnigLt. Now the wished-for ehas come the farmers are aking the most of it, and all available mds are empioyed endeavoring to Oave all the crops that were exposed to .hbe inclelnency of the weather. The f uuriant ro:wth of clover and grass, ill however partly make up for the o- of the winter's feed. ",VWe held our monthlly cattle sales .cre n aIonday, when there was a arg, aup'i:l of cattle and horses, but cnre ere complaints that the usual niiiar of bur"aS w.re not present, e'craer, notrilstanidiig thllis a fair usiness was done. S" OUr l:ailway works are progressing , The sl:h-contracts are bei...

MOE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

MO E. -o On Saturday evenCing a meeting ,i the gent ral committee of the MIrc batics' Institute, wao held, and about 80 members attended. Mr Johnston, (vic'-president), taking the chair. A number of n. v memllbers welr proposed and d!y el cted. Thie secretary repor ed isubscrip;ior and d lnations to ti e wIeoullnt o ev, nwi ll a gra.t from tl.e Governmcent ,i £25, mak'ng a t tal of £01. Mr l-asthorpe mooedl: That (as the-r. was l k?.y to be a difference of opinion as regards the most suitab , site), t minority agree with the majority o rd woik torcther, when such is sc' e. See niled by Mr Stark and carried. Mr Mason, M.P., stated thit t'e Governmentu i:ad given the choat ua two sites, the positions of which he duly exphliined. Mr Hastitorpe then handed in a letter to tle secretary from Mrs IhI:, thorpe, offering as a donation to the committee as much lland as thel conshiered would be necessary fo' t!eir wants. The land being nealr the blacksmith's shop. This was receivnd with acclam...

MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

MnISCELLANEOUS. -----o- (From the " World." The railway line from Braxholme to Casterton will be opened about the middle ofFebruary. The imports of musical instruments into the United States in 1882 were valued at £302,052 10s, and yielded a revenue of £91,008. The Island of Jersey, having a sur face of seven miles each way, keeps 12,000 cows. - Twenty women have'taken the B.A. degree in the University of London during the pa:t year.. The leader of the Salvation Army in India is said to have adopted the garb of a Hindoo fakir. Oregon has adopted woman's suff rage, and the bill has been signed by the Governor. The law is now in operation. A tower, nearly 100 feet in height is to be erected near Bolton Abbey, as a memorial of the late Lord Frederick Cavendish. The Coburg Railway will be open in about three month's time. There will be quick travelling for those who make Pentridge their goal in hfe'. North Melbourne is to have a new and imposing railway station. The present dilapidated ...

RIVERINA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

RIVERINA. -o On the subject of the present agita tion for the separation of Riverina from New South Wales, and its erection into a separate colony, the " Riverina Grazier" (published in Hay) observes -" The great argument in favor of separation is the want of sympathy between New South Wales proper and Riverina, and the homogenous cherac ter this new colony would present. If we draw a line from Tocumwal to Brfwarrina we will find that west of that line the people are one in feeling arnd pursuits. East of that line we come upon a different people, different ly employed and essentially connected with Sydney. The position is ren dered more difficult by the tail ends of railways that run into Riverina, for eren if the trunk lines pay east of Bathurst and Goulburn, the 'suckers' that run into this province must be worked at a heavy loss. That loss would be still greater if Riverina were created a separate colony, for the traffic ithat is new skulldragged to Sydney would go to Melbourne a...

THE FORTIFICATIONS OF PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

THE FORTIFICATIONS OF pARIS. All who know Paris are aware that there are three lines of fortifications. First, a line of bastions, with ditch, counterscarp, and glanci, which sur rounds the city. tccondly, a serirs of detatched forts at ranges of from 2000 to 5000 yards from this inner line. These two lines were built by Mr Tiheirs in IS4C; they were tried and found wanting in the war, but they enabled the Commune to hold the army at Bay for upwards of three months. Thirdly a line of forts, redoubts, and earth works, constructei since the war, at distances of from ten to fifteen miles from Mr Theirs' inner " enciente fortifier." It is now announced that the Government in tend pullng down the inner line of continuous bastions and contecting the second line of forts, so that there would be a continuous line of bastions, starting, say, from Mont Valerien, and passing through Issy, Vanves, and the other forts, and finally rejoining Mont Valerian through the double Couronne fortat St. De...

DUC DE MORNY'S CHIVALRY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

DUO DE MONY'S CHIVALRY. The chivalrous conduct of the Due do Mlorny, in iconnection with the King of Spain's oisit to Paris, must not pass unnoticed. Heo determined to attract the insults of the populace away from his old "chum" and upon him self. With this view, the " St. James' Gazette says, he borrowed an idea from the device adopted by the Duke of Richmond at the battle of Dosworth, and by King Theodore of Abyssinia at the storming of Magdala. lie per sonated the Spanisn sovereign, and seated in' a splendid embassy carriage,' drove along the Esplanade of the Invalides, exposed to the shouts of "Down with the Uhlan ;" "Down with the Prussians ;" while tile King himself, on his way from the Spanish Embassy to the Elysee, took a different route.

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