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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

1W'ESLE N, CHURCH. Rev. F. H. Herman at Merioe " I.1aI L.m Slynn's Creek .. . 2 30 p.m Traralgon, - . 7 p.m.

HEYFIELD. PETTY SESSIONS COURT PREMISES. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

HEYFIELD. PETTY SESSIONS COURT PREMISES. To the sFitor of the '"Taralpn Zecor4."' Sir-I think the GoFerinment de serve great credit for endeavoring to keep Petty Seusions Court. apart from Hotels, still I think in our case they should accept the "temporary" use of a large room in the Commercial Hotel here, which Iam creditably informed they could have for a mere nominal monthly rental, pending the erection of suitable premises; our proposed iMe chanic's Institute for instance. This I am more inclined to believe from their having been under the necessity of using a structure in our neighboring township of Toongabbie, not more than 3 or 4 feet distant'from one of the 1 am, etc: HEYFIELD. =

Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

Correspondence. -o 2b the Editor of the " 2'aralgo'n Rccrd." Sir-You greatly obligebyineerting the following reply to "Subscriber's": query, in last week's issue 're' purchase of agricnltural machinery. I beg to inform "Subscriber that arrangements are now being made whereby an early settlement will be obtained, and the date thereof will be duly notified to those interested. I am, &c PAoiOTEB."

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

Conmmercial Hotel,. TOONGABBIE. -0 i3OMIERICIAL Travellers.& others Scan always be accommodated iith either Single or Double Conveyances. Saddle Horses on hand. JAilES SHEPHEID Paoarn'xon. H. BREED, Family Butcher, Kaye Street, Traralgon. Xone but the best quality of nmat kept. Small Goods fresh every day. Charges moderate. C. E. 'W. Jones, Franklin Street, TRARALGON. PRACTICAL WATCH & CLOCK MAKER. Silversmith and Jeweller, Optician and Sewing Machinist. .1oderate Choes, Punctuality, and Good Workmianship guaranteed. Parasol mand Umbrellas repaired on the shortest notice. Traralgon Bakery A. L. GALBRAITH, BAKERPASTRYCOOK & CONFECTIONER -. c i . opp'ortunity of thankineg - e patronage he has received fom cthem during the pateeyears.and would solicit a cootinuation of j tcame favors for the future. Groceries of the best quality on hand. Fruit in its' season. H. E. Ilenden, Tobacconist, B 00 KS E LLER, STATIONER, and Fancy Goods Dealer. FRANKLIN ST., TRARALGON. ...

TRARALGON MARKETS. Monday, April 7 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

°TRARALGON MARKETS. -o-- SMonday, April 7 Messrs English, Little, & t o report: Store Cattle-A large numbrr yarded to-day, and bidding was dull except for anything in fo-ward condition. We sold bullocks £4 2s to £5 10a; cows £2 5s to £3 7s 6d; cows in forward con dition £3 2s Gd to £3 10s; 3yrs steers £310e to £314s; 2yrs steers £2 to £3 2s; 12 to 18 months steers and heifers £16s to £111ll. Fat Cattle, demand brisk and every hoof we had yarded was cleared, bullocks £5 10s,s £6 5s, £7 10s, £8, the latter two lots beaoy weights; cows £4 10s to £5 1)e. Blehard Mackay, & Co. retort for the week' ending April 10th: We held clearing sale at Mr Nixon's, at Toongabbie South;on Thursday; and sold everything at satisfactory prices. Draught mares, £22 to. £40; light draught, £18; yearlingcolts andfilhes, to £12 10s. Milch cows, from '£3 to £4 Ss; young steers, £3 5s; Pigs. Slips, 13s each. -Calves, 21s each. We also sold' on same day for Mr Timms, milch cows, from £2, 15s to £...

Tong Bong. Tuesday, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

Tong Seng. -0-- (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). Tuesday, April I. As this is the first letter from here to (" The Traralgon Record,") Iwill give a short description of the locality. Tong Bong lies on the north side of iMelriman's Creek, and on the east of Flynn's Creek, being situated shout 16 miles from where the residents at pre. sent get their supplies, bat they say that as soon as they havearoad opened to Flynn's Creek, Traralgon will suit them much better, than to go to Rose dale both for supplies and as a market for their produce. The country is very rough yet owing to the short time that settlers have been here. The crops have in most cases, turned out satisfactory, oats about 40 bushels to the acre, and wheat 30 bushels. There has been some excellent beardy wheat grown here last season, it should be a profitable crop for it yields much better than other sorts, andis rast-proof The great drawback, however, to the farmers is the ravages of the wallabies on all kinds of grain tha...

Toongabbie. Tuesday, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

Toongabble. From our own correspondent. Tuesday, April 8. We are requested to correct an omie sion in our last resp?cting the trustees appointed for the Toongabbie Race Course, besidee those named Messrs David Russell and John D. Haywood were appointed, making in all seven members. Wednesday, 9. A ball was given by Mr Shepherd in the Mechanis's Institute last Friday evening, I understand for the beneft of the Gippsland Hospital. This is a step in the right direction and perhaps some of our adioining townships will take the hint and follow suit. The Toongabbie Junior Cricketers played at Cowwarr on Saturday, being defeated by 10 runs, making a victory to each town, so the deciding match is to be played on Saturday next. I be lieve the Toosgabbie boys intend playing at Traraigon on Good Friday.

Callignee. Tues[?] [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

Calliginee, ----0 (From our.own corresponkc v Tue.dr,. The contractor is proceedin' rously with the works on the I: Yarram track, all the culverter. and forming on the second '.: having been finished, and he d e busily engaged in metalling " completed it will be a vast : ment on the old road, and .: alike both to the contrac.or:! Shire officers. Land selection is gradually? is this neighborhood, several having been pegged out lately I gentlemen from Melbourne bae? ted several hundreds of acre,; there is land that has been "tal by others, 'which lhas evidently taken up for speculative purpors., The timber being a great ind C: as it is fit for either splittiang?CE If reserved by the Governor would within a -shbrt time gire ployment to a large number of and would benefit the many in?,te the few; besides this the land ' not lose any of its value in the " time. There is a 'very familiar sayinji' "All work and no play mak c :k dull boy," the young men of teki lity are evidently of this op...

Scarne. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

Scarue. On Friday evening last array of equestrians, of both 5 Traralgon for the Scarne ISt: ,where a tea meeting and s. aid of the Church of Enl,:: was given.. The eyev JS .i conducts services in the s and as no. collections are ladies and gentlemen corsit their appreciation of his ena their behalf, should be I practical manner, hence the ment. after a very pleasant ride found themselves at the readl time to partake of the very : spread so liberally suppliedi Pratt, Mrs Christensonl, MrI, and Mrs Crighton, who nat,. tended to fully 200 persons. of the evening was the bachel, which was a sight culculatedai even a poor appetite to iudula I festivity took place in a la 'E with a . substantial frame, er front of lhe school house, i was covered with boughs of C answered excellently. The Concert was opeedi Mackay takiag the chair, anii! appropriate remarks. exproc,, pleasurehe feltatthv attendadc5 teen called upon Miss Cau.l piano solo; then upon Mr 1l)'. recited a number of oriiO, upon ...

MORWELL. Wednesday, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

MORWELL. -o (From our own correspondent). Wednesday, April 9. The final match for tie South Gippe landaChallenge Cup was played on the Maorwell cricket ground, on Saturday between Darnum and Waterloo, and resulted in an easy win for the former by one innings and 18 runs. The match was commenced with Waterloo at the wickets, from which they were sent after having scored 21 runs, Baker and Grey doing the mischief with the ball. Darnum then sent in and put 123 together before they were disposed of, Baker contributing 40 runs. Water loo again went to the wickets, when they succeeded in mating 84, Hender son carrying out his bat for 38. The twelve mile township is rising in.importanee, some allotments have been surveyed and a scramble made for their occupation, but it has been noti fied that none of the allotments can be secured by registration, so the man with the largest money bag will come off the victor. At the latter township some days ago, a boy named Knight received a deep cut thr...

THE SHOOTING OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

BE OOTW(I OUTRAGE. te Sale Police Court on Friday before Messrs Stuart and Mackin J.'s,, Eliza Knight w's again Sin the dock on remand charged boeting at one Patrick Faigh ai loaded gun, with intent to kill. 0 offence was committed at Mirboo the 3rd March last, and the accused been remanded from week to week consequence of the inability of b, owing to the serious nature of injuries, to put in an appearance. trick Faigh deposed that he was kingon theline from Iforwell to b He knew the prisoser who a boarding-houseat the Twelve On the 3rd of last month he oather louse with several others. re was no quarrel between him and orer, nor be'ween any of those sent. In the evening he was sit in prisoner's buggy with several ere, saw the prisoner standing at oorof her house. She said," Get of the buggy, or I'll shoot you." others got out but he remained in gbgey. He saw her again a few utes later come out of the house a gun in her hand which she td t him, heard the report and hisetifshot. He t...

TRARALGON POLICE COURT. Thursday, 10. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

TRARALGON POLICE COURT. --o Thursday, 10. * Before Dr Morrison, J. Peterkin Esq, and.W. Whittakers-Esq, J.'SP. ..H. MI'Auley v? Wm. Jones: Debt, order fetamount and 5s costs. A. L. Galbraith v. James Flynn_ Debt, e?der for amouot with 5s costs:

Latest Intelligence Melbourne, Thursday evening. Cairo, April 9th, (evening) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

Latest Intelligence -0 By Electric Telegraph. (From our own correspondent.) Melbourne, Thursday evening. Cairo, April 0th, (evening) Later news has been received here from General. Gordon, today. to the 30th ultimo, he reports that. the total number of Soudanese who are in: a stateofopen rebellion is less than two .thousand in all.: ''Fightingof a desul tory character had taken place ; on several occasions between the garrison and the rebels, and in these many of the latter had been killed :A mutinous spirit had manifested, itself amongst the Bashizouke forming part, of the garrison,' and 200 of them had been disarmed. Stratfoid, Strettle & Co report:; There was a, veey large supply of all classes of pige forward this Iweek, porkers being easier, stores were also lower than last week. , The market for bacons was very dull this week.; =calves ol6d well . . The death of Judge M'Farland is announced as having occurred last' Saturday, at East Melbourne. In the first day's play M...

AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

AMERICAN ITEMS; ' A Par?liamentary return has just issued shows that the local taxation of " Ireland in 1882, 'produced a 'sum ',of £3,534,679, which was an increase :of £143,249, or4 per cent on the amount levied in the previous year. 1 To suppress the unnatural, practice of binding the feet; the 4Ch'urch- Mis sionary Society of England have deci I ded to exclude all Chinese girls from I Christian instruction unless the parents f consent to unbind their.feet. .; In 1868 the number of lunatics re ported in France: ias 34,000. To-day it is nearly 60,000 ' The latest census ot England and Wales shows that, of the 95,974,439 inhabitants, 24,855,822 were natives. F According to statisticsi, recently 1pusblielsed ,hiere are 300 towns in :the German Empire possessing orchestras and choral societies that give concerts in the season. - .i .Of the six 'largest sugar-producig" countries of Europe; Germany this year carries offthe pal,, ..with 800,000 tons, or 39 per cent? of the whole. Next c...

STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

- STATISTICS. The agricnltural statistics: of the year ending 31st March, 1884, were published in the "Government Gazette" on Friday. "A note has been appended to them by the Government statist, to the effect that complete returns have been:received from all -the shire of Dunmunkle, Goulburn; Rutherglen, and Yarrawonga, and that from those places, partial returnse have been ol tained-which havebeen eupplemented by estimates. The Government statist does not, however, anticipate that the final.figures will differ greatly from those contained in the returns pub lished to day. The statietics' are ex 'tremely 'gratifying, a6sthey show an enormous increase in wheat over, the returns of 1882-3, and a very gratifying increaisein almobt'all other crops..The wheat yield for 1883-4 is set ddwi-r'at 15,499,143 bulsheel?, ;aa' against 8,751,454 bushels ii. 1882-3, or, an in e:reaso ofino le?i than 6,747,689 bus hels. -The increase- in oats as 'com pared with 9 the r pirevioius ' ear was 289,271 ...

BUTTERMILK FOR CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

BUTTERMILK FOR .OHILDREN. .Dr Corfield,. an eminent English authqrahy, in awork on health, epeak ing of skim-milk and its great value to children, says:--" A Dutch physician .a few years ago, proposed that children who could not digest milk, should be giveng ;butt?imilk i the priactice lias been very successful, and a very large number of lives have been saved. by giving children buttermilk." _ He gives as the reason that it'contains but little fat, .while it is rich in all the : other CoPstituents of milk.

FIELD AND GARDEN. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

SFIELD AND GARIDEN. ORCHARD A'D VnsdyARD.-PIant all the hardy sorts of fruit treesandbushes as early as the weather will permitr Sow pips and stones of fruit trees for raising stocks. Commence to prune fruit trees and bushes a soon as the leaves have fallen. Gather and store late pears and apples as soon as the fruit parts readily from the tree. Put in cuttings of gooseberries and currants. Top.dress strawberries with rich manure. Kar?caNs GARDEN.--SW carrots, parsnips, beet, turnips, onions, peas, broad, beans,: spinach. Transplant horseradish, seakale, and rhubarb. Thin turnips and other advancing seedling crops; earth up potatoes. Divide and replant herbs ; plant mint in pots or boxes for forcing. Draw earth to cauliflower and cabbage plants, and transplant for succession. Make mushroom beds. Tue FIEL).-ThiS is the mostfavor able month for wheat sowing in the majority of districts. In the northern areas wheat sowing should take place with the earliest autumn rains. Pre pare seed ...

BULN BULN AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

BULN BULN AGRICULTURAL SHOW. --e-. The fifth show of the Buln Bul'a Agricultural Society was held at the local show yards, on Thursday, S3rd April PRIZE LIST. Horses.-Imported Draugl tstallion: First, Thos Booklese, ?8blingworth. Imported Draught Mare: First, Thos Bookless. Colonial Draught Stock: Stallion, anry age: First, This Walsh ; second, Percy Smith, Nugget King. Mare, with foal at foot: First and second, M. Algie. Dry Mare, four years and over: First, F. C. Smith; second, W. Anderson. Geliling,tbree years old : First, P. Sullints; second, M. Algie. Filly, three years old: First, M. Algie; second; P. J. Smith. Filly, two years old: Firts, J. C. Smith second, M. Algie. Geldiing, two years old: First, P. Sullivan.; second, W. Alfdrd. Colt, two yeers old: First, George Grant; second, ML Algie. Yearling colt : First,, O. S. Affleck; second, W. D. Cogles a. Yearling Gel ding: First, M. Algi e ; second, P. Sul livan. Yearling.Fill-y: First, M. Algie ; second, John Roger s. Special ...

SHIRE OF TRARALGON Wednesday, April 9th, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

SHIRE OF TRARALGON Wednesday, April 9th, 1884. Present-President (Kelleher), and Ors Breed, Firmin, Bodycombe, and Campbell. Minutes.. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. Correspondence. From John Hall, asking for compen. sation on account of extra fencing re quired through the council taking road through his section, and cutting off a narrow slip of land. Secretary to write and ask Mr Hall what he will charge to fence the piece asked for in. From Office of Land and Survey, enquiring as to objections the council may have to Mr John Nicholson draining his block, in the parish of Traralgon, through road forming ap proaches to Mr Cribbin's bridge. Should Mr Nicholson place a culvert over drain, under supervision of the Engineer, the council will not object. From Narracan Shire, with reference to boundary works in dispute. Received FromNarracan Shire, giving no ice of their desire to make the road run ning fros the north-west corner of allotment 31, parish of M...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1884. RECENT RAILWAY CATASTROPHE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884

(Published every Friday, morning.) S. . ... S FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1884, re RECENT RAILWAY CATAS T ; ROPHE. t. We need notdwell on the details of the,late.Railway..Catastrophes, shock rig though both are. One of the most , trggie prars of the`story of the worst. StheWerrib6e;-' is' perhapsj the dio o ceqey by the railway officials that .a. .collision-,, was .iwapgedi ng,; ;whi?, ihogli causing it, tlihy were powerles& to preveint As the case stood, It, was. 1 sae to see how the diisaster happened. Two trains, running at a high rate odf speed, were estarted. straight at each . othe''fronm different ends of a single lane of railway, and the result was- of g course horrible more horrible, by fiar than k helplessly. awaiting tidings; of g slaughter, which were knowntto be: i g vitable; There can be no'doubt that lesa great mistak was miade, and, but for Sthe voluntary admissions of the per y sons making it, we. should assuredly d not anticipate the .verdict of la jury. t One thing ...

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