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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 December 1883

shire of Traralgon --o CAPE WEED. -0 The Shire Coencil desires to drat the attention of residents, in the Shire, to the fact that the " Cape Weed" has made its appearance in the district. They would urge upon all the necessity for at once ERnDICA tONO Iti pest, on its being obserteLd.and.ihus JAMES CAMPBELL, Shire Sec Mcr' Hall, Traralgon, ' '°' ember, 1883 G. U. O. O. F., -a A Meeting of Members of the New Province Loige, No. 1594, will be held on Friday, Dec. 21st. in the Court House, at 8 p.m. Persons desirous of seeing the Lodge kept open are requested to be present and give in their names as candidates. A. L. GALBRAITH. Secretary TRARALGON [ECHANICS' INSTITUTE, -o- The Annal Meeting of 3ubscribers will be held in the above hall, on Wednesday, 9th Janluary, 1884,at S p.m.. Bus-iess 2b receie Balance Sheet and Report for past year, and the Election of a new Committee. H. MUNRO, Hon. See ZZ]RZBOO. -- ATHLETIC SPORTS Will be held in Mr JAGOE'S PADDOOK, on BOXING . D.Y, Commencing a...

The Traralgon Record Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1883, COMPLIMENTS OF SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 December 1883

Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1883, COMPLIMENTS OF SEASON. TUE most touching symbol by which, in agricultural and pastoral districts in Victoria, their inhabitants can be reminded of the near approach of the eeason of Christmas, is the gratuitous exhibition which habitually renders it so charming, by the simply beauti ful array of dead careases in butcher's shops. Perhaps, to the artistic mind, the peculiar style of ornamentation has little about it which can be called attractive. The symmetry of a bovine corpse is seldom appreciated by lovers of the beautiful, even when relieved by floral festoons, or by the most elegant disposition of supple mentary fragments of meat. Sprigs of birries, may grace the spot where in life whisked the animal's tail; the in ternal organs may be replaced by brilliant rosettes, or bouquets, even a tablet may record the final victories of the deceased, won in fair com petition. Of these things it is not difficult to construct an all...

ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL Monday, December 17. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 December 1883

SROOEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL -0 Monday, December 17. Present--The President, Cr Ross, and Ors Pederson, Hiam, Irwin, Sater O'Meara, and Greenwell, I orrespondence. From Mr A. M Lean, M.P., sta, ing he had seen the 1Minister of Public Works, with reference to the road which the council proposes to pur chase, leading to the Latrobe railbay statio", and that the Minister h d agreed to assist the coun it to the ex tent of L]5C to form the road-Re ceived. From John King, Metung, re road through Nambnok, must withdraw his ,offer-?beceived with regr.r. Flom Arthur Davis, Wutiuk. asking permission to erect a hor.e rack in froot of his premises. From Walter Handley, Flynn's Creek, stating, with reference to his offer to grub and stack trees on the approach to the Flyno's-iCrc.k new r bridge, that he had erroneously be- i lieved his off r was accepted, whereas t it was only "received," and had com pleted the work, and rrquestielg the con-ideration of the Counci!-Engin eor to report. From the 'ecie...

NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 December 1883

NEWS AND NOTES. A lad,'sooof Mr Hower,' of Eagle hawk, was bitten by a snake yesterday morning. Remedies were applied by Dr Morrison, and towards evening ha was slowly recovering,. Traffic on the Traralgon and Hey field line is increasing daily;, neces sitating the running of specials to clear the station of trucks. There isa proba. bility of two trains running daily on this line. Iftraffic juetifies the same there is every likelihood of a special train bieng put on on Saturdays between Traralgon and Sale to enable residents of Traralgon and immediate towns to proceed to Sale to attend Saturday's market. The following team have been chosen to play for Traralgon in match against Darnum for the South Gippaland Club, to be played at Darnum on Saturday next, 22nd. instant--Messrs. M'Lean, (Captain), E. Baker, A. Baker, J. Curran, Campbell, Williams, Stewart E. Nolan, E. Whittakers, W. Whitta kers, Kenyon. Emergencies.--M. Curran, Hall, Home. The Government have called for ten ders for t...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 December 1883

MO1OWELL, MONDAY, DEC. 24 iZI IZA.\, PIIIIII·S and CO. art, il favorcd with instructiens frm thU T. d I a o cl at ilhir yaris. MIorweli, on tie ahire r to S 1lalt:.at C, wn, 20 tBullocks 40 ]aull- tks and aickts, g od condition !0 hInd s n al-ci.. t ,f various onnecrs Iloa,e- Pigs, nail suntitica Ti IAIlAALIONDISPENSARY Cold diratn and tasteless C ASTER OIL lINEST QUALITY Imported fro:m Italy. -o Sold only at the above place; in bo tles at 6'. and Is. each. B. MI'NEIL, Will offa. r Ladies' Gentlemen a and Child ren's Beeo ts and Shoes, of all description, et Melboa me p, ices during the holidays. FrIA\K uLIN ST., TRARALGON COLO'NIAL BANK OF ATSTRALASIA. C.sarlTL ... £1,000,000 l:sEaRvEs1 FN: D ... £115,000 Governor- .Sir W. J. Clarke, Bart. A BI?ANCII c f the Bank is open at TR.AIALGON ' for the tranaction of all l:ahing businct T, llGIIEST cur 'ent INTEREST allowed cn dieposi s. Bill. 1 discounted. Drflts isrued on london, on the other elaonier. :rad n 11 the chief towns in V'ictor...

TRARALGON CATTLE MARKET Monday, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 December 1883

TRAltrALGO' CATTLE MIAiKET' -o-- .Ilondav, Dcembher 10. Mackay Wilkes & i o, re port We sod in cotjur tion with A. 3I'Ln & Co Mr Co-Mr Cr/r Neville's farn, Traralgn T're k, L2,073, r to of L6 10s per acde. Ton!n th sI allotments in Traraloan, 15- and I1I per foot. res pcctivehl, and on ttb 1Sth the whole ,of his 'tock, inplheme nas, and furniture Dairj c swu with c ,n. s at fot, L4 10s to L :..,lige, foln:,, 211 for euclers u i 5 for bre, ding , aws ; plough tut.r SSS 10s cech ; ',,7 old colts to L20; y'er'ings to I 11 3; but lo ks, L3 Ss to L? 3s. On t he 19th we held our u-anal monthly i ale at our yards, Toon gabble. Bi' [ding for store cat 1 rather wCake r We nold for sundry owners fat cows, to 14; milkers, to L5 ; s!ore ' ouli cks, to L3 1is. After th. cantlet.:ale we oiffred and cleared the shole of the 3lalino and King's railway 'plant, hors-s and sundries. 'T'Ie att ndan,,e was v ry la'ge, and the bidding spiried. We sold tip draya to L11 ,?s; hanese L3 to,, ...

MISCELLANEOUS London, December 17. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 December 1883

IIISCELLANEOUS -o London,December 17. The brokers are still anxious to obhain a pledge from the New South Wales Governme t that in the event of the present L3,000,000 loan being taken up they will abstain from bor rowing again for 18 months. I ondon, December 18. 'The Times" this moroing, referring to the New South Wales lone, depre cates the acceptance of any tenders below the official minimum, which has been fixed at the par, in the event of the full amount of the loan not being subscribed for above that price. London, December 17 Captain Kvnnerly, a colleague of "General" tl'Iver, owing to a disagree ment with the latter, recently announ ced -is intention of organisingan expe dition of his own to New Guinea, that would sail under a foreign flag.: Captain Kennerly's office in London is now clo:ed, and it isreported that he has sailed for-Eavre, en route for New Guinea, where he will carry on trading operations under the French flag. London, December 18. News has been received from...

ROSEDALE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 15th December. Before—A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.M., & Messrs Willis and Sykee, J.'s P. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 December 1883

'OSEI)ALIE POLICE COURT. lSaturday, 15th December. fore-A. W.flowitt, E-q.. P.1., & Messrs Willis and Sykes, J.'s P. mes Hlerhbrt on a charge of drunker. ness was fined 5s; on a further haor' of furius+ riding Ie was fined os ,r four days imprisonment Carthy v. Whit!le, neglecting to ince in land, postponed to next (ourt for ploduction of plan. ren v. Rolling; gocds sold-Post poned to next court to t nable defen dant's so'icitor :o attend. Licensing Court. uPblicans Licenses were gran!ed to ,at na O'Brien, George Greenwell, t S. Gorman, J. Rice, 1N. Mann, had t otla d S;eeial trmporary licenses i J Williams and G. P. HIurren for t months each. rcnch oction on the Conge has is ecd the Portuguese Government to ea ,tate paper strongly assertins r traditionatclaims to the mouth t the river. This sueject was before House of Cotnmo s last session, ithe Porlugues, declartiins are 1 dently intended for the further cor. ration of lIte English Parliament. Ight o be n ted in connection...

TRARALGON POLICE COURT. Tuesday, December 20, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 December 1883

TRAHALOON POLICE COURT. 0-o- Tuesday, December 20, 1883. Before F. Hare, Esq. P.I M., and Messrs J. 'ykes and R. Yoang Licensing Court Publican's licenses were granted to C. Mitchell, J Campbell, II M1'Cauler; E [(aye, E Hickox, Jane Downing, Traralgon 0 Wentworth, Latrobe. Gro. Fick's application was with. drawn on account of the late fire on his premises. Grocer's licence grantedlto J. Peter kin. Petty Sessions. Dr Morrison, J. P., here took his scat on the bench. Police v. R. Guthridge--Charged with neglecting.to transmit a copy of 'brands 'etc., of catte sold on the 17th November, 1883, at Traralgon. Mr Wise for defendant. Charles Du Ve-No report was furnished of said sale until the 12th December, 1S83. Mr Wise stated that his client was under the impression that the report lhad been sent to Sale and found that it had be.n so. Mr Guthridge corroborated 3I, Wise's statement and after administer ing a caution, the Bench dismissed the case. James Flynn v. 1M. Currac-As. smult. Mr B...

Saturday, December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 December 1883

Saturday, December 15. Hill v Moline and King.-Damagea for trespase, L99. Thomas Hill, the plainttff, deposed that he owned land at Toongabbie. In May 1882, a great many trees were cut down on the railway line and dragged on to his paddo:k, the grass being torn up end considerable damage done. Sent a letter to the contractdrs in reference to tbhe matter, and also spoke to their foreman about it: got a reply to the ester to the effect that the work would be done as soon as possible. The slip-panels in his fence were also thrown'down, and traffic who carried through the paddock in the shape of carting gravel and timber for the con struction of the line. He hid been offoeed L15 by Mr King as compensa tion.-James King one of the defen dants, deposed that he nevw r offered Hill L15 compensation, but believed taimt he said hlie ought to be satisfied with L5. Michael Henry, and R. Packet both gave evidence as to the defective condition of the fence. Verdict for L15, costs LS. Marshall v Sk...

SALE COUNTY COURT. Friday, 14 December, (Before His Honor Judge M'Farland) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 December 1883

SaLE COUNTY COURT. -0 - Friday, 14 December, -0 (Before His Honor Judge iM'Farland) In the cases Kingston v. Brown, Gerrand and Another v. M'Namara, Birreh v. Murray, Woodhouse v Colqu ho n, Wooilhouse v Martin, Wood house v Jamieson, Woodhouse v Garth, Gerrand v Carmody, Gerrand-[exe cutrix] v Duke, Gleesaon v Walsh, Woodhouse v. Robers, and Collins v Haummone, for debt. a verdict for the amount with costs was given in each instant. Jamieson v. M'Intyre-Pr;ncipal andioterest due on mortgage-Verdict for amount with costs Sborr v. Littlejohn.-This was an action to recq-ver L50 as damages for false imprisonment. The facts of the case are, that in the mouth of April last the defendant charged complainant with having passed a valueless cheque to him at the 'Adelphi Hotel, which complainant denied, but no wi hstan ding the denial the defendantgave him into custody and he was locked up for two days when he was brought up be fioe the bench and discharged. The defendant admitted making a mi...

THE BRITISH IN EGYPT. London, December 20. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

THE BRITISH IN EGYPT. London, December 20. The statement that has appeared in the Loadoa press to the effect that additional troops were about to be de spatched for service in Fgypt is offi cially denied by the Government. Itis stated that the troops in question are only proceedimg in the ordinary course as reliefs to those a'ready in Egypt.

FRANCE AND CHINA. Paris, December 20. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

FRANCE AND CHINA. Paris, December 20. The latest advices to hand from Ad miral Courbet, commanding the French forces in Tonquin, do not confirm the report that was current here yesterday with regard to the capture of Sonray. The French troops succeeded in occupying thel Black Flag outilosts near Sontay, after a stubborn engage ment, in which they lost 15 officers and 200 men. The losses ot the enemy are not yet known, but are believed to be very heavy. The assault on the fortress of 80n tay was expected to be made on the 17th inst. Paris, December 21 The latest adsices state that Toeduc has been formerly proclaimed King of Anam. The population of Hue, the capital of the country, is greatly excited, and a French occupation of the town seems probable. The credit of 20 million trance for the purposes of the Tonquin exoedi tion, which was passed by the Chamber of Deputies on Tuesday, was voted in the Senate last night. London, December 23. During the attack on Sontay, the French discore...

European News. AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN. London, December 21 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

European News. ---o (From the doily papers) AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN. London, December 21 The insurgent Arab tribes are pre-sing on Smkat and Toka-, two towns in Ihe vicinity of Suakin, and their capture is believed to be immi rent. In consequence of the recent disas ters in the Soudan, the present Egvp tian Government is becoming very unaopular. The general feeling at Ca;ro is in favour of restoration of Ismail Pasia, the late Khedire.

BLIGHTED ANTICIPATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

3BLIGHTED AN ICIPATIONS -o0 A colored man o'er whose head about 70 summers had passed, was quietly but carnestly wrestling with a water melon near tha market, when he was disturbed by. the appearance of a small boy of his color. The boy sat down on a box and looked grudgingly at the melon, and the old man looked up at him and queried:--"Young man, I rec kons I c.u d give you half dis melly n an' hah plenty left." "Thanks uncle." "But I shan't do it, klase it might be the spilin' of ye. In the first place de law ami plain an' cl'ar on de pi'nt dat what I leave behind goes to my r,ateral heirs. In do second place a pusson widdoat anticipashun mus be dreffully. onhappy.. As the case now stands you aaticipate. You anticipate that half this y(r mellyon will stuff me full ani' I'll have to leave all de rest. You an ticipate dat I'll get choked on do seeds, or git sunstrack, or be 'tacked by de colic. As do muellyon gradually, dis appears you'll anticipate dat I; won't gnaw de rinds weiry ...

GOSSIPY PARAGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

GOSSIPY PARAGRAPHS. --o A quaker's advice to his son on his wedding day: "When thee went a-courting I told thee to keep thine wide oper. Now that thee is married I tell thee to keep them half shut." A New York man, desiring to com mit suicide, shot at himself four times witllout hitting. He will probably be given a position on the American rifle team in the next international shooting match. The Melbourne Philharmonic So ciety, at its Christnmas night concert, .,presented "Tie Messiah" in accor :dance with its annual custom. In a particular field are ninety-seven watermelons, and it is softly app roanched by live colored men in search of.:a sood-cluck. How many times does ninety-seven go into five ? 'h.'ls Detroit Free Press says : "If you, could only see the girls of Ashan tee you would'nt blame the. king for kiniug hf00 at once." From all which we iifer tal.t ,shantee belles are of the Mlilwaukee style of beauty. " WMNtr did you think of my train of thong ,t ?" asked a lecturer of...

ESCAPES FROM NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

ISCAPES FROM NEWY CALEDONIA. -0 A telegram has been forwarded through His Excellency the Governor to the Secretary of State for the colo rizes, giving the number of French convicts known to have landed from New. Caledonia in the Autralian coloni,'s. Altoglther, 2.17 such con vie s are known io the police, of whom 33 oare in Victoria, 59 in Qoecns'and, and 155 in New Soutie wallc. Theet are al.o about 160 persons in the tarious clonies' suspected of being escapees from New C.dedonia, alhlough the poblice are unable to olace the 'fact beyond a doubt. Of the 2.f7 men tiolned alove, 160 have been in gad inc.e landlieg i'; the colonies. Of the 33 escapees Im Victor a no less than 35) hare been c evicted of various offericcs. -" A rgts".

Sunday Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

Sunday Services, --0 CIIURCH OF ENGLAND. Rev. J. R. Walker, at Traralgon Creek ... 11 a.m. .lynn's Creek ... 3 p.m. Traralgon ... 7

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. J. G. Wilson, at Traralgon .. I am` Hazelwood North ... 215 p.m Hazelwood 4 p.m Morwell ... ... 7 p.m

Latrobe. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

I Latrobe. From a correspondent it Friday most of the Etate ehis closes for the midsummer s. At the Latrobe school in the non the children were regaled ake and ten, the ladies of the `orhod providing the necessary In the evening a large aun, Sarentsn?nd friends assembled in blic hall to hear the children go -h a lengthy programme of songs tions, and dialogues. The way ih the varioue pieces were given d vecr careful training on the r, Mr A. Crowe. The young Sone and all acquitted themselves During the evening pjizes were nted by the Rev J. G. Wilson, rreasondent of the board of a' All who had passed fully at the t,r's examisna:ion received pr'z-s an addit on in the 6Gh class, C. t. Ir? t, presented by Mr Green ember of thi board of advice, Brown 2ni; in the 5th F. er let rnd T. White 2nd ; and 4th, .1. Waite 1st and J. Ham 2nd These were placed firs cond it tlteir respectivo classes e u't . f rmpettire cxamina SFor dr twine a m p of oust alit ea ra and M. B own were ad equal, and ea-...

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