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

CASE W'ITHDRAWN FROM a, HEARING BY LOCAL LAND it BOARD. -0 TiE case of John J. Banks, advertised For hearing at Trnralgon Local Land Board of 4th February, 1884, is hereby vithdrawn from such hearing, by order of the Secretary for Lands. T. A. DUNCAN, Land Officer. District Land Office, Sale, Jan. 31, 1884. Hampton &Brooke Grocers, Drapers, and General Storekeepers, MOE & WATEIRLOO, IIaO alway on hand A Well assorted Stock Consisting of General Groceries Drapery Men's ?Youth's Clothing Ironmongery Tinware Boots " Shoes Crockery and Glasses Fancy Goods Flour and Grain Stationery, etc Commercial Hotel, TOONGABBIE. -0--- JAMES SHEPHERD (late of Flynn's Creek), PnornIETOn. First-class accommodation for man and beast. COLONIAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. CaerrAL ... ... £1,000,000 REsERVE FeD :... £115,000 Governor-Sir W. J. Clarke, Dart. A BRANCH of the Bank is open at TRARALGON for the transaction of all banking business. HIGHEST current INTERESTj allowed on deposits. Bills di...

The Traralgon Record Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1884. VICTORIAN MORALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1884, VICTORIAN MORALITY. A SocIA Question, agitating just now the Metropolitan mind, and for mulated under the headingof"Aspasia and her abettors," has resulted in a meeting, during the present week, whereby to enlist the benevolence of the public, on behalf of a class which seems to require it more than another; one, too, which, by comparison, has been too long neglected. W'hat has been termed " the sin of great cities" is the sin of civilised communities, intensified in degree only, by numbers congregating in centres of population. Therefore, every effort made in Mel bourne deserves and ought to be answered throughout the country. False timidity may prevent individuals from interferingto reclaim theunhappy and unfortunate women who nightly -even daily-frequent the streets; and indeed, efforts which have been made by the public have scarcely met with success sufficient to encourage continued exertion. Therefore, it is the more pr...

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

Crickret -o Traralgon v. Sale. On Saturday the local team visited Sale, minus several of their most noted players, and suffered a defeat. The team were without any change bowlers, their bowlers, the Baker Brothers, being unable to be present, which left them weak in this depart ment. However, it may act as an incentive to industrious practice in the future. Rain fell during the game, which did not improve matters for Traralgon, who kept the field during the many showers that fell, and were not in good condition when about an hour before time they took their place at the wickets. Mr J. M'Lean, for Tra ralgon, bowled very well, securing three wickets with consecutive balls, never theless Sale ran up the following score: SALE. White, b M'Lean 32 Strangward, b M'Lean ... 10 Ross, b M'Lean ... 6 Gilder, b MI'Lean ... 1 Glass, b M'Leau ... 0 Bencraft, b M'Lean ... 0 Reid, c Baker, b Curran... 4 Nicholson, run out ... 27 Trinder, not out ... 20 Swan, b Curran .. 0 Lloyd, b Curran ... 6 Bye...

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

H. BREED, Family Butcher, Kaye Street, Traralgon. Yone but ?te best ruaity of meat kept. Sm? all Gcod fresh every _day. Charges n,,erate. _.__._-.~--? C. E. W. Jones, Franklin Street, TR ARALGON. PRACTICAL WAICE & CLOCK !TAKER. Silversmith and Jeweller, Optician and Sewing Machinist. T¶.ara gOi Bakery A. L. GALBRAITH, AEt.PASTRYCOOK CO\NFECIIO"RP, ":- -. .... , f- : rom ,.ems don a, h Gro:r:eas of the bets quality on hand. Fruit in it.' Ecason. H. E. IIenden, Tobacconist, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, and Fancy Goods Dealer. FRANKLIN ST., TRARALGOX. 4;ar: alr i ad Leader newnpaper.. W. NORRIS, Boot & Shoe !Iaker, KATE Sr., TRARALGO. Fancy Slippers neatly ma.le up. Murie & Co., CARPENTERS & UNDERTAKERS, K1cz Sr., near the bridge, TRARILGON. Charles Hlaiz, SADI!LER & HARNESS MAKIER, §IIO WELL. All duccr?ltions of Saddles and Bar neos :made and kept in stock. Repairs ecxcuted with neatness and despatch. Ut h -.:erry work done in first-class stsle. ENGLI...

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

TiiARALGON MARKETS. -0 Friday, February 1. Mackay Wilkes & Co. report for the week ending January 31st: Fat Cattle in fair demand and any thing forward, good sorts, selling slightly in advance of late rates Store Stock moving steady at an advance also on late quotations, the late rains causing buyers to at chk up with more confidence than heretofore, any lots coming forward, really good, meeting with a fair amount of competition and I as a rule are cleared at an advance on vendors reserves At the Morwell on Monday, we sold Fat Cows, 0s ; Heifers, light weights, 65s ; Store Cows, from 56s to 70s; other lots at current rates. At Latrobe (Eaglehawk), on TueE day 29th inst., we sold Fat Seers, 92s Gd to £5 10s; vealers, to 25s; other small lots at satisfactory prices to vendors. At Toongabbie, on Wednesday 30th inst., our yards were well supplied with a superior class of stores, in all about 200 head, most of which we cleared at the following prices:-Bul locks, £3 12s Gd, £3 19s...

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

T1 BAALGO SOUTH. From ocr own correspondent. I fear the late riins will do great da.:nae to some of t! e farmers around ,!,., district w hce cut crops were yat it cl? d in the tield, while many acres eL1 i1:1 will be so much damaged as ls:,r.ely to repay the labor of cartage, threshing, etc. This is unfortunate as our i riculturali.ts at one time in :.rtained exp, ctitions of a splendid yield, when the bushels came to be tort-d up. There was an unusual collection of l:qlock teams here within the past w-e'k, the teamusters having to retire t ia thel Calligace paling carting in c,1-eliuence of the severity of the lr,(c r which had 1, ft the roadO wet and slppy. Messrs Peterkin and Co. of Traralgon deserve great credit for their enterprising spirit in bringirg about such an extensive paling trade ns that now established. An enter prise that must to s .me extent benefit the whole comtmunity, either directly or indireethy. I am informed that many hou-dred thousand palings w:11 be carted ...

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

NEWS AND NOTES. -o Tuesday was a very busy day on the Railway line, the, number of cattle :rucks being in excess of any sent for ?,sme time back. At Hayfield nine c:Mttie trucks were loaded, and a similar noi:ob r filled at Traralgon. It is the intentioin of the New vini~e Lo3ge to celebrate the anni r," r-ii!t .tablishment at Traralgo n eni,.tainment, due notice of i;cch will apqper it a future issue. Thie Coni:u.iuea of Traralgon Catho ,:Church s:'cert. r be held on the !i; s i::eiur, tondla -iek) have every : i, be proud a? :ii excellence of to., pryv,?r:ýlne they i 's. , to submit. Withoutdou't it will Vs one of the events that Tr,:ralgca.- n i ,i::ve cause to remember itr r,:. vy.r, to come, such an array of talent, a. a similar entertainment, not having been o5 tained in Gippaland, we believe, previously. The" Argus" reports that theTimber Board continued tt e work of practically testing the quality of the colonial grown timbers submitted as suitable for the building of railwa...

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

SERIOUS RilOTS AT WEAXFORI). -a Serious rioting occurred at Wexford on December 2nd, in consequence of which two hundred extra police and a magistrate were despatched to that town. It appears that Major Whittle, of Chicago, who has been associated with Messrs Moody and Sankey, in tended holding religious services in Wexford on Sunday December 2nd, but on the preceding day placards were posted through the town calling on the farmers to boycott the Protes tant shopkeepers who had joined Mr. Whittle's committee. The police tore down the placards, An attempt was made to hold service in the theatre, but mobs assembled and attacked everyone who was believed to be about to attend it. Ladies and gentlemen were attacked and savagely beaten. The ladies' dresses were torn off, and several persona were seriously injured. The theatre doors were not opened, and persons were stationed at the cor ners to warn the Protestants not to go near the theatre. These persons were also attacked and beaten se...

Correspondence. THE LOST TRIPE. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 February 1884

Correspondence. - THE LOST i1i'. To the Editor of tee "Traralgon Record." In your last issue reference was made to tile discovery of anther Friendly Society, besides the Oddfe' lows; but according to your present information they are so sourd asleep that it would require something like a charge of dynamite to awaken them. Now, as one of the Rlechabites referred to, I have no great objection ton gentle blowing up, if you but use your agent (ink) for the threatened dynamite. We possess, not only a name, but a local habitation, so as to make your future operations with us more effective it is advisab'e that our position should be better known, which I shall endea vor to da by a friendly solute through your open columns. The Trearlgon Tent is a branch of the Victoria Dis trict of the Irdepe.rdent Order of ltechabites, and was ocened in Traral gon, on February oth, 1S7`, being at present piithed at 1Mrs Williamton's, about two miles from Traralgon, where our meetings are held, -(see " Te...

MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 February 1884

MULTUM IN PARVO. ---- No news yet of the Pettavel mur derer. Work in connection with the War nambool breakwater was commenced on Tuesday. The Daraum Cricketers defeated Warragul. The Marchioness of Normanby is seriously ill. At Dimboila and Nhill Land Boards 740,000 acres of Mallee have beefi recommended to applicants. Report says the French were repulsed with heavy loss, at Bacninh, by the Black Flags. There are four candidates mentioned for the late J. G. Francis' seat, Messrs Webster, Cramer, Bromfield, and Murray. Court of Assize will be held at Sale on 26th February. A M'Lean will hold his usual Cattle Sale on Monday. Mackay, Wilkes, and Co, also, have a Cattle Sale, and sell Mr Sullivan's dwelling house, furniture, &c. There is probability of a cricket match being arranged between the Traralgon eleven and twenty-two elderly gentle men. The Buln Buln Agricultural Show promises to be a success. Date not yet fixed. The monthly Cattle Sale at Moe will be held to-morrow. A ...

LIST OF COURTS. POLICE COURTS—FEBRUARY, 1884 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 February 1884

LIST OF COURTS. POLICE ConnUS F.EBRUARY, 1884. Rosedale, on 18th; summonses issued every Monday Toongabbie, on 19th; summonses issued on 12th Traralgonon 7th and 21st; summonses issued every Thursday MIoe, on 23rd; summonses issued on 16th Monrell, on Tuesday 6th, at 11 a.m.; summonses issued Tuesday, 29th -0 VAnnRD's ConUT Moe, on 23rd, Saturday

MISCELLANEOUS. London, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 February 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. London, February 4. The British Government propose to ask Parliament for a vote of £2,000,000, to enablethem to completethe defences of the various naval stations of the empire. London, February 4, It is stated that the British Govern ment will probably recognise the Spanish claims over the Sooloo Archipelago and the Caroline Islands, on condition of Spain abandoning her claims in connection with Borneo. London, February 4. The Victorian torpedo boat Childers has sailed for Australia. On reaching Malta she will await the arrival of the ganboats Victoria and Albert, when the three vessels will proceed to Mel. boure via the Suez Canal and Torres Straits, under the command of Captain Alan Thomas, R.N. New York, February 3 The new Tariff Bill, which is now under consideration. in the United States Congress, provides for a general reduction in customs duties amounting to 20 per cent., including woollen goods of various descriptions. New York, February 3. Mr Wendell Phillip...

Sunday Services. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 February 1884

i:; ady Services, --o-- PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. J. G. Wilson, at Traralgon South (Saturday 9th) at 7 p.m Traralgon 11 a,m. }lynn's Creek ... 3 p.m. Rosedale ... 7 a.m -n

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 February 1884

CHIURCH OF ENGLAND. Rev. J. R. VWalker, at Hazelwood ... 11 am, Hazelwood North ,* I p.m. Tdorwell ,.. 3p.m. Traralgon 7 . .t.

THE CALCUTTA EXHIBITION. Calcutta, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 February 1884

THE CALCUTTA EXHIBITION. Calcutta, February 5. The following awards have been made in connection with the Calcutta Exhibition: VicromA Gold Medals. E Rowlands, 116 and 118 Collins street west, factory, Ballarat, liqueurs, bitters, &c. E. Rowland, mineral waters, &c. Silver Medals. Thomas Aitkin, Victoria.Parade, East Melbourne, ale and porter. Findlay and Son, Abinger-street Richmond, bottled ale. Hop Bitters Manufacturing Com pany, 129 Spring-street, Melbourne, hop bitters, made in Victoria. Lewis Loan, Warhalla, Gipps Land, lemonade, sodawater, &c. Bronze Medals. John Danks, 42 Bourke-street west, Melbourne, valves, lubricators. &c. Lewis Loan, Walhalla, Gipps Land, bottled ale. Kitz and Son, Chancery-lane, Mel bourne, cider, from Victorian apples. Samuel Greene and Co., Fitzroy, Melbourne, bitters, cordials, &c. E. M'Lean and Sons, .Bridgewater cordials and syrups. Hiehly Recommended" Melbourne Brewing and' Malting Co., Carlton, Melbourne, ...

European News. AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN. Cairo, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 February 1884

European News.. ---o- (From the "Argus.") AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN. Cairo, January 31. Intelligence is to hand to the effect that the Egyptian garrison at Sinkat is absolutely without food, and that the surrounding country is occupied in such strong force by the hostile troops that relief is impossible. Cairo, February 3. The garrison at Sinkat continues in great straits for want of provisions. A foragingparty recently madea sally from the town in the hope of obtaining sup plies, but they were at once surrounded by the enemy, and completely cut to pieces. GREAT DISASTER. London, Febraary 5. On Monday morning Baker Pasha's army, advanced, consisting of 3600 men from Trinkitat, and when seven miles from that place encountered a body of Arabs 3000 in number. A desperate conflict ensued, The Arabs, who fought with extraordinary bravery, charged the Egyptian cavalry, who fled from the field. The Egyptian grnners fired once and then abandoned the guns. Colonel Sortorius ordered the infantry ...

HIDDEN TREASURE Q.G.M. CO., Nicholson River. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 February 1884

HIDDEN TREASURE Q.G.II. O., Nicholson Fiver. The half-yearly meeting of the Hidden Treasure Company washeld at S1ater's Hotel, Toongabbie, on the 31st December, when the Report ani Bal ance Sheet were read and adopted. Directors'Report, 31st December 1883. To the Shareholders-Since our first meeting, on the 21st June, the mine has been fully prospected. A Tunnel 255 feet in length has been driven along the course of the reef; Tramway laid and quartz, approxima tely, 400 tons paddocked ready for crushing. A Winze has been sunk midway in Tunnel to a depth of fifteen feet, dis covering reef 12 feet 6 inches wide and gold has been found in all the drillings. Blacksmith's shop and men's hut have been erected on the ground. The prospects of the mine are satisfactory. Your directors have purchased from The Atlas Company of Engineers a ten head battery and water wheel complete, made to order under the supervision ef W. E. Seitz, Engineer, the whole is now in course of erection. Six men are ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 February 1884

H1. BREED, amily Butcher, Kaye Street, Traralgon. None but the best quality of meat kept. all- Goods fresh ever day Charges moderate. C. E. W. Jones, Franklin Street, TRARALGON. ACIJICL IWATCH & CLOCK MAKER, Silversmith and Jeweller, ,tician and Sewing Machinist. .oderat. C1 ar~e Punctuality, and Good Wu Wornuhlol ip, :imrteed. ara!rgon Bakery 1t. LI GILBRAITTH, II.-PASTIiYCOOK & CONXECTIONER T- rC s this oppoouni0 of thaoloina ::c of Tra. on, al d surrounding di.trict, for _i u < ha. receitcd from thecm during the :"` r, anld would solicit a continuation of for the futur. rcree of the btst quality on hand. Fruit in its' season. l. 2. Henden, Tobacconist, O S E LLER. STATIONER, and Fancy Goods Dealer. S\iLIh ST., TRAXKLGO'. gesn: for dc and Leader newspapers. jW. ORRIS, of & Shoe Itaker; AYE ST., TRIRALGON. ,1cy Slippers neatly made up. Murie & Co., 'ENTERS & UNDERTAKERS, ýiKa ST., near the bridge, TRAR ALGO\. Ciharles Haiz, LLEIR &...

Cricket Traralgon v. Yarragon [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 February 1884

Cricket - Traralgon v. Yarragon. The match between the above clubs at Yarragon, contrary to the expecta tions of the Traralgon team resulted in an easy win for Yarragon (Waterloo). Though the visitors were deficient as regards the best bowlers of the team, still they had in M'Lean, Davis, and Baker, some very good trundlers, but their efforts were futile upon the ground chosen to play upon, which was the portion cleared near the State School, and very much cut up. The clear space being, if anything, rather small for free play, and seriouslylnter fered with the good" fielding display generally shown by Traralgon, whereas the home team seemed quite at ease and showed splendid play in the field, all round. The powerful hitting of their batsman [1. Stubbs soon ran the score up to double figures, the scrub &c. being a drawback to fielding any distance from the wickets. Messrs. Price and Timmons did good execution with the ball as will be seen from the average. After the game,, wh...

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