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LIST OF COURTS POLICE COURTS— FEBRUARY, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

LIST OF COURTS. Pounc COURTs FEBRUARY, 1884. Rosedale, on 18th; 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 -5 "}ARaDE 's COUsT- Moe, on 23rd, Saturday

MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

MIULTUII IJ " PARVO. --o- Toe Oddfellows' Ball will be held to-night. The Sa'e Turf Club meeting takes place on 26th and 27th of March. Mrs Wm Allan was the person allo ded to by Mr Paton on Sunday as having died very sudde:ly at Rose dale. Over £50 was taken at the Catholic Concert which will leave over £40 clear. Roseda'e pay the S.;le Cricket Club on Saturday. Hizlewood farmers are advertising in a cotemporary for a threshing mac hine. Hop-picking will be general in Gippsland towarns the beginning of next month. R.sedale joniors won the Cricket match against the Sale 2nd, eleven by 10 runs. Wdson for Rosedale top scorer with 15. Roe-dale v. Toongabbie-Rosedale, 1st 15 runs, '2nd, 66 runs, Rusdent making 38. Toongabbie, 20 and 14. Heyfield play Maffra on Saturday at Heyfield for the "Times" Cup. .Mr John Murray was elected last Friday, at Warroambool to fill vacancy in Assembly, in room of late Hon. J. G. Francis. by majority of 263 over Mr C. A. Crammer.

INQUEST [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

INQUEST. An inquest was held on the body ofI the man, Henry Wilkes, found by the police in a deplorable state through r want of proper nourishment and ex cessive drinking, who when being a conveyed to the Sale Hospital, expired f at the Traralgon railway station, was ( held at Hickox's hotel on Saturday morning at nine o'clock, before J. Pe terkin Esq.. J.P. John Reiley, shoemaker, Cowwarr, stated that he knew deceased, and last saw him alive on Thursday morning the 14th inst at half past six. Mrs ( Reiley then went to him, as he was , very ill. The det_~~ 'sad been drinking two or three days previously, and must have been 70 years old. Mr Patrick O'Brien, grazier, Cow warr, gave evidence to his finding deceased on Thursday in a dying state ; informing the police, and helping to remove him to the railway station 'en route' for the Sale Hospital. He (deceased), was a hard-working res pectable man, but was subject to occasional sprees, when he would drink heavily. Dr R. G. Morrison, o...

CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Rev. J. R. Walker, at Traralgon South ... 11a.m. Flynn's Creek ... 3 p.m Traralgon .... 7

Latest Intelligence Melbourne, Thursday evening [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

rLatest Intelligence (From our own correspondent.) -a Melbourne, Thursday evening Sentence of Charles Smith, the ab seconding tentmaker who went to Lon don with his creditors' money and a fancy woman, representing his wife, two years and a half with hard labor. The libel case of W. Jones against the "'ge" has been settled. The " Herald" of this evening states by the "Age" paying all the costs, and apolo gising in its own pages. The weather has told dreadfully against fish as well as rabbits. A large quantity of the former to-day came from the Gippsland Lakes. Fletcher, the Sandhurst mining manager. Manipulations of the books of his company has been going on for years. Mr Panton, at the District Court this morning, stigmatised a case as white slavery, which ought to be pul down. A boy apprentice from, the Melbourne Orphanage having been cruelly treated by his master, and not having had a clean sheet on his bed since Christmas. The Rev. E. J. Sturdee was stabbed by a laborer named Boy...

MISCELLANEOUS. London, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. o-0 London, February 17. For some time past a struggle has been going on between two factions in the Central Conservative Union, one I supporting Sir Stafford Northecote and the other Lord Randolph Churchill. The result is that the latter has been elected pre lident, which gives him a leading voice in the control of the elec toral machinery of the Conservative party. London, Februarp 18. The Seditious Cries Bill, introduced into the French Chamber of Deputies by M. Jules Ferry, has been rejected by the Chamber. London, February 16. J It is announced that the quarantine which for some time past has been maintained at Brindisi for all vessels coming from Egypt will cease at the beginning of March. London, February 20. 1 In the House of Commons last I night the adjourned debate on Sir + Stafford Northcote's motion, to the I recent disastrous events in the Soudan are directiy traceable to the wavering policy of her Majesty's Government 1 with regard to Egyptian affairs, w...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

TRAIIALGON., MONDAY, FEB. 25 A, MI.EAN & CO. will sell at their yards, on tihe above date 20 3 years old Steers 30 Cows and Ileifers 5 Fat Cows MORWELL, TUESDAY, FEB. 20 pICIIHARID MACKAY, instructed by J. Tinker, Esq., Morwell, will sell, on the above date, on the premises Morwell, at 11 o'clock The whole of his valuable Household Furniture and effects, consis:ing of dining room suite, cedar.tables, pictures, fenders,. firirons, half.tester and single iron bedsteads, hair & spring mattrasses, double and single washstands, dressing tables, mirrors. Arabian bedstead, chamber-ware, &c., he. Kitchen furni. ture and fixings. A great variety of china and crockeryware, dish covers, dinner service, tea do. Also one excel. lent saddle and Harness Horse, and splendid MIilch Cow. RICHARD MACIKAY. MORWELL, MONDAY, FEB. 25 R1CHIARD MACKAY will sell at the yards, Morwell, on the above date 40 Bullocks 30 Heifers and Steers 10 Fat Cows TOONGABBIE, WEDNESDAF, FEB. 27 "ICHAR...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

H. BREED, Famirly Butcler, Kaye Street, Traralgon. .oone but the bst qulality of m~le kept. Sarell Goods frcsh every day. '." .Charges i doate: - C. . ~V. Jones, Franklin Street, TRARALGON. 1: ACTICAL WATCI & CLOCK MAKER. Silversmith and Jeweller, Optician and Sewing Machinist. odorln a C h Ir-e', Punctua.it, and Good t{,orknl~mal lip naran:rL' d. 'raraigon@l Bakery A. L; GALBRAITH, B AKERIPASTRYCOOK & CONFECTIONER TootS tIhis opportunity of thankino a:.I h ic of Trarnlon. ad, su'rroundin; district, for ,:sr apratrn e he ha, receir I fro. theml during the , -hoeor.. Uao ld rould solicit a continlation of Cro,-, irs of the b s; qlualty on-hand. Frui: in it,' reason. iL. . E. [enden, Tobacconist, S00 KS E LLER, STATIONER, and Fancy Goods Dealer. FRANKLIN ST., TRARALGON. Agont for .1ge and Leader nwcepapere. W. NORRIS, loot & Shoe Maker, KAYE Sr., TR.IRALGON. Fancy Slippers neatly male up. M urie & Co., ARPENTERIS & UNDERTAKERS, KAYE ST., near th...

MELBOURNE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

MELBOURNE MARIETS. --o- (From "Mercury.") M~esrs A. M'Lean and Co. report: Fat Cattle-1700 forward; price. ruled about the same as last week We sold 30 brillocks from Maffra, averaging £S 10s; 22 for M'Iutosh, averaging £7 9s Gd; 20 for Fenton, junr, averaging £8 10s Gd ; 20 for Buckley, to £9 2s Gd ; 14 for Wrig gleswortb, at £8 Os ; Boland's at £6 10s and cows at £8 12s 9d : Weir's, jun, bullocks ot LS 17s Gd; Lee's bullocks at LG 17s Gd; also bullocks and cows for Crossley, Davies, Barry, and Bealey, at full market rates. We sold calves from L1 9s to L3 16s` Gd. Wednesday, February 20. W. Adamson and Co. report Grain, &c. Wheat.-The market is well supplied Some lines of prime sold at 3s lid, en station, whilst some fair milling has been quitted at os 10d to Is 101. Oats are dull of sale. Medium feed, 2s Sd to Os Od; thin feed, Os 6d to 2s id: and stout feed, up to 2s 10d. Prime milling realised up to Is. Barley.-Prime malting is in better request, and a few lines hayv bee...

TRARALGON MARKETS Monday, February 18 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

TRAltALGON MARKETS. Monday, February IS English, Little & Co. report: Store Cottle.--Market was firmer and a rise of 5s on all sorts, 3yr steers £4 7s to £4 lls ; store cows £2 10s to £3 3s bullocks in forward condition £5 5s to £6 Is ; 2yr steers £2 7s to £3 4s; 2yr heifers £1 10s to £2 Ss; fat cows light weights £4 10s ; bullocks inferior £6 1s to £6 12s Gd. Pigs.-Slips £1 1s to £1 2s Sd; small porkers £1 33 Gd. Working bullocks without tackle £7 os Gd. Monday, February 18. iMessrs A. MIl'ean &. Co. report: Our yards were fairly supplied with cattle, which we succeeded in clearing out, in most cases, above vendors' reserves, good sorts selling particularly well We also sold two full teams of working bullocks ata satisfactory price. The following were the figures obtained -Fat cows,medium quality, to £4 15s; store do. to £3 10s; a lot of store heifers,'3 years old, at £2 lls 'Mr Leo's bullocks a nice lot in good con dition brought £6, all round, and his steers £4 Os...

AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, February 16. The latest news from Khartoum states that small-pox is raging there. London, February 17. A number ofmutinous soldiers, claim ingto represent the Egyptian army have protested against beirg sent to serve in the Soudan. They have petitioned the Khedive to dismiss the British officers who are in his service. A meeting of Arab notables has been summoned to have an interview with Major-General Gordon at Eb hartoum. It is probable that the Admiralty will accept the temporary service of the Vic torian gunboats which' Mr Murray Smith offered to place at the disposal of the British admiral commanding in the F Red Sea. London, February 18. The" Standard" says that it has been virtually decided to disband the Egyp tian army. Lord Randolph Churchill advocates the establishment of a British protec torate over Egypt. The latest newa from the Soudan states that the insurgents are bombard ing Tokar with Krupp guns. Cairo, February 17. Details which have be...

FLYNN'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

FLYNN'S CREEK. i1 o- (FoM et: ows COP.RESPOSDENT.) The heavy fall of rain which took place since my last materia'ly affected the crops, most of which were then in the fi-ld, both the quantity and quality have been reduced. The oat croes generally are light. in Eome cases land which produced from 40 to 50 bushels last year, returned rot more than 15 or 16 this year. The yield of wheat was much better,snd the quality fair. Peas hare suffered considerably from the wet. A large quantity being cheled out in the field. In some cases, rwhen beans have been grown, I hear that the yield has been very good, and while the rain injured the crops to some extent yet it was much needed for the grass, and for the check of bush fires, for with a few moreshowers we shall soon have abundance of grass for the winter.

Rosedale. Wednesday, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

ilosedale. From our own correspondent. Wednesday, February 20. The Rev. Dr Moorhouse, the Angli can Bishop, preached in St Marks on Wednesday evening to a fair congrega- E tion. He chose for his text part of the t 5th verse of the 6th chapter of Mat- E thew, "For your Father knowetih what t things ye have need of before ye ask him." The sermon was logical, ear- a nest, and practical. He began by j statine an objection urged against praver by a sceptical philosopher; if there was a God, which he would ad mit, he knew what his creatures needed, and, therefore, to ask was to c douct him, was unbelieving; that if he was gcod, he would out of his be nificence gratt what they needed, and to think that they could extort by their cries what otherwise they could not get was superstitions. This objec tion the learned bishop speedily de ?olished, The words were spoken against much speaking in prayer. I: was no new discovery that God knew what his children needed ; Christ de elared this man's w...

European News. RUSSIA IN ASIA. London, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

European News. --0--o (From the "Argus.") RUESIA IN ASIA. London, February 16. Russia, taking advantage of the pre sent Egyptian crisis, which it is believed will keep England fully occupied for some time to come, has definately at nexed the city ef Merv. The foreign press admit the gravity of this step. The tone of Russian journals towards England is of a reassuring character. It is stated that for a long time past the British Government has been quietly threatening the Afghan frontier of India.

Mirboo. Monday, February 18. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

Mirboo. Frsm our own correspondent. Monday, February 18. Things in general have been very quiet of la's here, nothing of impor tance to report until the 13th inst., when at 10830 p.m. we were rather startled by a shock of earthquake, which lasted for about 40 seconds, its course being from north to south. I hear that a robbery has been com mitted at the residence of Mr Earl, the premises having been entered after the inmates had retired to rest, and a cask of home-made beer, and some of the choicest fruit in the orchard carried away. A reward of £5 has been offered by Mr Earl for information to convict the culprit. A number of selectors have been busy burning off the scrub, some doing good execution, while others have not been so successful. The harvesting of grass seeds is nearly over, and the general return' for the district is very encouraging. The Traralgon Shire are becoming awake to the requirements of the dis trict, and have ltt one or two sections of road to be cleared, whic...

NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

NEWS AND NOTES. -o The Rev. J. G. Paton, the venerable missionary from the New Hebrides, wherehe has laboured for twenty-six years has been holding missionary meetings in the district. On Tuesday the 14th inst., he was at Morwell; the attendance was small. The following evening he addressed a meeting at Traralgon; the attendance was fair On Sunday he preachedat Rosedale in the morning Toongabbie in the after noon, and Traralgon. in the evening. The congregations were good and the discourses deeply interesting. The collections altogether, we are glad to say, amounted to something over £10. At the several n eetings resolutions were passed in favor of Great Britain annexing New Guinea and all the isg lands intervesning between it and J51; ad urging her to forbid Frank "send hi convicts to theso intalds. The chairinan was antrorised to send these resolutions to the Premier, the Hon. J. Service. The new Presbyterian Church at Glelmoaggie was opened on Tuesday 12th by a Tea Meeting. The b...

THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

THE GAZETTE. Application for Grant approved John Rollo, Moe. Lease transferrel from Robert Rede (oherriff) to Thomas Kenevan, 40 aeres, WVinnindoo. A land sale will be held on 4th March at Ea'e.

MORWELL Monday, February [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

HIORVELL, -0-o Monday, Februars On Monday the Anlglican Bi Melbourne delivered a very inti lecture entitled "The Cry Spience." lie showed very cdelr nien of science work on mere h1: sit, and in all their explanation;t give the primitive causee fI' veiry deeply and clearly into the'i iugs of the universe, giving the bf the principal men of scieace, ing where they have all failed r, very clear illustrations makiti meaning plain. He exp!ain:f different forms of ether; the c: lion of everything of atomsa; I?t according to scientists, was t: into existence, and of their t! relating to the destruction of thbI verse. He also showed tlhat scientific men could go a certaiaL they were then forced to a.hmi: inability to find a primitive . Christians could point to thy: Jesuas Christ, as the eternal e!: and Creator of all worlds. t h vote of thanks was accorded u Lordship for the very excellent!:: Mr Murdoch kindly gave the his new hall, for which the tlhu : the Morwell Euglisa Church: munity a...

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