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TRARALGON POLICE COURT. Friday, February 7. (Before Dr Morrison, and J. Peterkin, Esq., J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 February 1884

TRARAALGON POLICE CO RT. Friday, February 7. !Before Dr lcrrison, and J. Peter kin, Esq., J.'sP.) Henry Atchinson was charged with beitg illegally upon the premises of F. G. Hickox Traralgoa. The prisoner acknowledged the of fence, pleading drunkenness. F. G. Hickox, sworn, deposed: That the accused had ben in his employ ; that he wsv dischareed on the 24th of January, but was that drunk that he could not leave the premises. On the 26th he was again made aware that he was still in the still in the same place and state. He was there until the ?th. Sentenced to 7 day's imprison ment in the Sale gol'. The same prisoner was charged with larceny to the amount of 40e. F. G. Hickx deposed: That the defendant, who had been in his employ until the 24th January, had free access to the premises and was oe ca-ionaily sent to the store room where all kinds of Iiquor, etc.. were kept. He kept the keys on a nail in the bar, and sent him as the goods might be required. Did not give the keys to accu...

EXCERPTS FROM THE AMERICAN PAPEBS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 February 1884

EXCERPTS FROM THE AMERI CAN PAPEBS. --o- Steam whistles are called "American devils" in England, and their use is forbidden by law in various parts of the coontry. ... . The Paris artisaenns are reported to be making life as much a burden as they can to Germans in the employ of Paris firms. The city of Paderborn, Rhine Prussia, earned 3000 marks this year from tlhe sale of fruit grown on trees planted on the highways and byways within its jurisdiction. Each year makes a further decline in the number of wearers of peasant costumes in Europe. An English usurer at Birmingham admitted thathe had charged interest at the rate of 200 per cent. ' Ravens have been successfully used as substitutes for carrier pigeons in some parts of the old world, "John Bright," said a Brahmin visitor to England, " eats his break fast I ke a lion." A late London fashion is to adorn correspondence cards with a likeness of the head of the favorite family dog. The poor-law guardians of Limerick will take advant...

MORWELL. Thursday, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 8 February 1884

MORWELL. -0_ From our own correspondent. Thursday, February 7. Our railway works are being pro ceeded with rather slowly and the business people who had all prepara tions ready in the hopes of being re munerated for the dolness of the past year, are getting rather disheartened. Exeepting the men who are employed in sub.contracts, or those working at the bridge and pile-driving, there are very few at wo?k. A large number of shant-rkeepers, butchers, bakers, and store-keepers are rigging up their business places, with a view of secur icn a share of the available money when the works are in full swing. The contractors were delayed up to the present for the want of bricks, and up to this week could not get suitable clay for making them. They had men pros ecting the country between 3Mor well and Mirboo for suitable clay, and ther have been fortunate in getting it one mile from the line and four miles from M1irboo. 1he residents of the twelfth mile township have petitioned the Governor-in...

A BARGAIN BOUGHT IN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

A BARGAIN BOUGHT IN. -o Talk;ng of Wales reminds me (Ton Touchstone) that I read in "Truth," of he 183h of December that-" One day last week a whole town was .ff'ered for sale by auction. It was the town of Aberayon, Cardiganshire, with a population of 2000, and the property included every house in the p!ace except one Ihotel, together with a num ber of lordships, rights of enacting tolls, and other priveliges. No ole, however, seemed particularly anxious to become the posse.s r , f Aherayon, as the only bid was £.4,000, and tht was not accepted. I should have ith ught that the people at £12 a head, with the right of tolling the roul ou: of them, to say nothing of the lord ships and other privilrpes, was remater kably cheap. Where wos Sir Wa~kyn William Wys ne? But, perlhaps, like other landlords he dots not like the signs of the times, and does not care to imt est the hard cash be has managed to acquire in land just at tresent. It istnot improbable that, lke the Earl of Devon, lie ...

MISCELLANEOUS. London, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. ------ London, February 8. Disastrous floods have occurred at Pitteburg, in the United States. An immense amount of property has been de.troyed, and no less than 10,000 perous have been rendered homeless. London, February 9. News has been received from the Cape announcing the death of Cate wajo, the King of the Zulus. He died suddenly of heart disease. The Government have agreed to accept Lord Salisbury's motion for the appointment of a Royal commission to inquire into the housing of the poor in London and other large towns. The creditors of Messrs Young and Lark, Australian merchantp, i Copt hal.-buildings, London, have accepted -n offer by the firm to pay 20s in the £ within two years, Ss in the £ to be oayable within six months. 'The lia bilities to London creditors amount tO £300,000, and the assets are estimated at nearly double that sum. Tile London Charter d Bank of Australia is a creditor of £190,000. Later. The" Pall MallGazette" thiserening again refers to t...

CAPTURE OF SINKAT. Cairo, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

CAPTURE OF SINIKAT. Cairo, February 12. Intelligence is to hand to the effect that tbe town of Sinlkat has fallen into the hands of the insu.gents. The Governor, Tewfik Bey, being hard pressed by the enemy, and having absolutely no supplies, yesterday ex ploded themagaziresin the forts, spiked the guns, and made a sally with the whole of the garrison as a forlorn hope. The opposing force, however, was too Sumerous, and the Egyptian force amounting to 600, were all massacred by the Arabs, who then took possession of the town. London, February 13. The whole of the garrison, with all the women and children in the town, the latter numbering 1000 were massa cred, with the exception of four men and 30 women, who were spared.

LIST OF COURTS. POLICE COURTS—FEBRUARY, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

LIST OF COURTS. rOLICE CoaUIS FEBRUARY, 1884. Rosedale, on 18th; summonses issued every Monday Toongabbie, on 19th; summonses issued on 12th Traralgon, on 7th and 21st; summonses issued every tlhursday 3Moe, on 23rd; summonses issued on 16th -0 WARDEN'S COURT 3Moe, on 23rd, Saturday

Sunday Services. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

sunday Services, -o PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCII. Rev. J G. Paton, at Bosedale ... I1am Toongabbie ... 3 p.m. Traralgon ... 7 p.m.

MASSACRE IN CHINA. Canton, February 11 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

MASSACRLE IN CHIN'I. Canton, February 11 Intelligence is to hand from the into - rior of a shocking massacre of nati Pe Christians by the Chinese population An attack was made on a mission sta tion, and the entire population. num bering upward of 200 soul, were murdered in cold blood. The mission buildings and cultivations were also completely destroyed.

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Harvest Festival Services. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

CIIURCII OF ENGLAND. Harvest Festival Services. Rev. E. A. Thomas, at Traralgon ... 11 a.m, E.aglehawk .. 3 p.m. Traralgon ... 7 1'Missionary Meetings at Traralgon, this evening, Friday, at 7 p.m.

European News. AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

European News. (From the "Argus.") AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, February 9. The " Spectator demands that Eng land shall discard protences and govern Egypt directly. The "latest news received from Suakin states that the Eg ptian garrison at Sinkat, which has for some time p st been hard pressed by the insurgent', has offered to surrender. Mr D. i-I. M'Earlane, member for t'arlotV County, a Libeal and H. me Rule,, has given notice that on Tuesd y next, he o ill move a resolution in favor of a British protei.torate being imntd, ately established over Egypt. London, February 12. The nilitary authorities are prepar ing to despatch large supplihe of ammunition to Egypt. Major-General Gordon reports that the country traversed by him in his journey from Korosko to Berber s quieting down. The members of the Liberal party are urging ithe abinet to adpt an energet:cpoiicy with regard to Egyptian affairs.

Cricket Maffra v. Traralgon. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

Cricket Meffra v. Traralgon. The playing off of the disputed match for the "Times" cup, on Wed nesday afternoon resulted in a win for Maffra. In the first innings the Tra Talgon wickets fell fast and furious The total of runs secured only amount, ing to 19 ; but in their second 80 runs were secured before the last wicket fell. Rice was the most successful bowler for Mlaffra, and J Bell for Traralgon. Results as follows: Traralgon, 1st Innings. Kenyon, c Sheperdeon, b Mitchel more 0 SCiurran, b Mitchelmore ' . i J M'Lean, e Harris, b Mitchel more 0 G Moubray, b Smallman 10 J Murray, c Rice, b Freeman 0 J Curran, b Rice 0 A Baker, b Rice 0 3 Bell, run out 0 Campbell, b Rice 0 Williams, b Rice 0 E Whittakers, not out 3 Byes 6 Total 19 Bowling Analysis. Mitchelmore, 42 balls 4 runs, 4 wks. Rice, 42 balls, S runs, 4 wks Smallman, 6 balls, 0 runs, 1 wk Maffra, lst Innings Harris, c Moubray, b Bell 24 Rice, b Baker 0 Shepherdson, c Murray, b M'Lean 8 Maxwell, c Moubray, b Bell 4 M'Lean, c ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

TAitAAL(JON, MONDAY, 1FEB. 18 -0 E N,61.lsil, nLITnLt.E, & CO. uill sill at Itl ir yards. on abolre date 40 Stlrrm. 2 andl 3 yrs. 4 I'rime Fat Itll.cks 15 Ilulli ks, I yr. 4 Working Bullolks 25 Store G.aw 12 splendid Working Iulliclz,, Waggon, and Tiekiing, all eamplute TItARALGON, .MONDAY, FEB. 18 A M'I.EAN & CO. will Fell at their yanrd-, on the above iate 8 Fat Cows :3 1 ct e Cows and Ileifers 20 Steeri On account of A. 1.rs, Esq. 20 l3 alld 4 years old Illlucks, nearly hilf fat For Mr J.hn Gira t, Drouii Two grand T''nn of ii'Orking Bulllock, 12 il elchi tslam, wit),l algod Waggons anl Tackhl, whizh ill be »old cither with or without the iullocks The ?love teiarns can li highly rtcom. mendld, being all young and in fine con. diion. Klililnia E .nast alinillna East Look out for Approaching Land Sale. KAL1INA EAST KALIINA EAST JEMMY'S POINT JEMMY'S POINT LAKES' ENTIRANCE. LAKES' ENTIAN' E. ILAKES' ENTRlANCE. Directly ollppoite Sir John Coode's Works. For I'ositive ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

H. BRIEED, Family Butcher, EKaye Street, Traralgon.. Small 'Goods fresh every day. Charges moderate. C. E. WV. Jones, Franklin Street, TRARALGON. PRACTICAL T~ATCH & CLOCK MAKRER, Silversmith and Jeweller, Optician and Sewing Machinist. .Iodennt, Chare - Punctuality, and Good Workmuanhip gurautcned. Traral;on Bakery A. EL GALBRtAITH, BAKER,PASTRYCOOK & CONFECTIONER T?aE, thais opportunity of thanking the Pablic of Traralgon. and urrounding district. fo te patronange e has received from them during the pat fire yeant , ad would solicit a continuation of the nme favoras for the future. Groceries of the b st quality on hand. Fruit in its' season. H. E. Henden, Tobacconist, B 0 KSE LLER.-'STATIONER, and Fancy Goods Dealer. FRANKLIN ST., TRARALGON. Agent for Age and Leader newspaprs. W. NORRIS, Boot & Shoe M.aker, KAYE sr'., TRARALGON. Fancy Slippers neatly male u... Murie & Co., CARPENTERS & UNDERTAKERS, KATE ST., near the bridge, TRARALGO'N. Charl...

Traralgon Produce Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

Traralgon Produce Thursday afternoon. J Peterkin & Co report - Wheat, 3s4d to 3s Gd ; barley, feeding, 2s 3d to 2s 5d ; English, f r bright plump samples, 3. G.1 to 36 Sd ; oats, 2s Od to 2s 8d; flour £9 10s to £10 aton; potatoes £3 10s; cheese 3d to 4d per Ib; butter 7d to 9d; eggs 10d per doz; hams and bacon 7d to 10d, accordin? to quality. MELBOURNE MARKETS. 0- - (From ".Mercury.') Bfessrs A. 7I' Lean and Co. report: Fat attle.-1850 drawn for. Owing to hot weather, prices were slightly easier. We sold 30 bullocks from Maffra, averaging £9 8s; 20 for Mr Fenton junr., averaging £S: 20 for Mr Allardyce, averagi, g £8 3s Gd; Bodman's £10; Bo:and's £8 7s Gd, cows at £5; b'Cole and Brearton's bullocks at £8 Os 2d, and cows at £4 17s Gd; M'F'arlands bullocks at £9 10s, and cows at £5 2s; Wil iameon's bullocks at £8 2s Gd, and cows at £3 17 Od ; Cot er's bullocks at £8 Is Gd; Buckley's £8 17s Gd; Wriggles worth's £7 17s id ; Lord's cows at £5 Ge ; Woodside £3 18s; Morgan a. d Dav...

TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

TitAltALGON MALRKETS. We must apologize for the absence of ,he Traraleon "attle Markets, referring ourreaders to the auctioneers for excuse

MOE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

-0- On Tuesday evening a Concert was held in the Shire hall here, in aid of the building fund of a Mechanics In stitute, which it is proposed to erect in the township. With a neat comfor table hall in which the Shire Council meets at present, and another hall, let to the Government as a Court Housr, a little way out of the town, one would suppose Moe was well supplied with public halls. That a Mechnnics' In stitute is about to be erected riflects great credit on the small community, -serving as a striking instance of what even a few people can do when united. The idea of the Mechanics originated, with Mr F. C. ,Mason, the popular member for the district, who had been staying at Moe with hie frmtily for some weeks-but to the Concert. Mr. Mason'occupied chair, and the hall was filled to overflowing Miss Bruen opened proceedings with the piansforte solo "Irish Diamonds," which was brilliantly executed; Mr Tindall then sang "I Seek for Thee in every flower," and " Ihere is a flower that...

CATHOLIC CHURCH CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

CATHOLIC 0Ct11 CONCERT, Cg -o The marked success which Ft tended the efforts of tbe . who were entrusted with the out of the above must be rno t to t em. The voe lists and otF . formers c mo forwrd ro theirt tance readily, the result baino 1 arrangement of the prora~mc made a matter requiring suame : consideration, there hbeoin : enough material at their cnmpile very excellent ountlineo ti least two concerts, and despite L ,f their having been under the pity .f leaving out several tie t programme kept thinigs go01 close upon 12 o'clock, and ar" the audience seemed not to 1 enough of what was, without a an entertainment that that w been a treat to any town in -yes, and even cities,_for no" we hear such 'xquisite vocalizi.: that rendered by the priman , o ralgon residents are so proud i" ing as one of their neig?b?ih ' Fairclougl, or better known in circles as oMiss Elsa May. ITh :. she received would have ol:' the heart of the miost amubiiou there was Miss Josephine iO o whose clear,...

Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselves responsble for opinions expressed by correspondents.) TRARALGON SOUTH. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselves resoon sble for opinions expressed by corres pondents.) -0 TRARALGON SOUTH. To the Editor of the "Turatigou Record." Sir-Your Traralg.an South corres pondent in trying to excuse himself for not reporting the dance has given very lame reasons, His mentin of the hat being taken round I must emphatically deny, the persons who bore the burden of the work preparing and carrying out the amusement never intended to pocket even a sixpence, and the trifle charged barely covered expenses, leaving if anything the promoters out of pocket. I am, &e.-SocuL.

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