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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884
Preliminary Notice. TRARALGON, MONDAY, Aear .L 21 Ex sH, s T L C h CO.,lave reied Sinstructions from the Curat receivedoro t TFtales of Deceased Persons, to ell on ab e date, in the lstate of tb ?e a v Downing- .e late lrs Allotents ISand 4,section '3A Tonraelgon on which is erected lce Outhouses, Stables, etc. A el, uthou e, Furniture. 'l, Lir s;ase, Stoak and Full prticulars in ture advertisement. 1CHAID MACKA , & CO, have for sale, privately Several fist-class Ilotel Properties in orth .and outh Gippsland, doing excellent trt Res of from. £25 to £50 per wreek. One of the best butcherint trades in the district. Several firste Jass Farms on from 100 to 1000 acr, s, all within.. short distance of emilwt ea comanuic aftion Full partic lants on ap plication to the auctioneers, a "t their auetii j mart, Traralgon, or at their n .w" otlice in 'l mngabbie. MOE IMONTHl H I" MARK]ET SA? JURDAY, 3RD \AY. 1\ lM . " L&AMILTON C CO. 'ill hold their Suanal monthly ,,ale at their...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday. Mlessrs A. M'Lean & Co., report: Fat Cattle.-We sold 48 cows .from Traralgon, to £7 17e 6d ; Mr 'Fenton' junr., at £9 12s 6d. Fat Calves.-We sold 25 from Yea, at £2 lls to £3 19s 6d, averaging£83 Os 6d,: topping ,the market i; and 5 others to £2 18s. Fat Sheep.-We sold; on ,.Tue'sday, 660 crossbreds, wethers and ewes, from Camperdown, wethers at 10s 4d, and ewes to 12s 6d.. Limbb.--180 at Ts.: * Messrs M'Caw, M'Ilwrick, and aCo report:-We held our usual sale to day and found the markets gen'erally firm at about full late rates:- Cheese.-The supply was fully main tained and the demand steady: prime lots' were in good demand at from 6d to id per lb, medium' to good, 4d to 41d per lb, inferior,'21d to 31d per lb: Batter, Pottedi-There was a' full supply to, hand and the market was firm at rates in advance of last. week's quotations: prime lines ranged from 9d to llDd per lb with a few extra prime samples higher, lower sorts from ,d upwar'ds. Fresh....
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884
NEWS- AND -NOTES. • On Monday evening- a-meeting of the Traralgon Brass Band was;held' at the Court House, when the entrance fee for membership was fixed at five shillings; the -.following appointed a borking committee- Messr J. Horne, F.i Smith,-Porters,.Mitchell, C.. Camp bell, Bredin,.and 0. E. W. Jones; aid the secretary instructed .to. write iequesting.ths_late members of the Amateur Christy Minstrel troupe to give an entertainment In aid, of the Band Fund.: Very,, good encourage ment has solfar been met with and there is now evey, hope of the project turning out a success. On Tuesday evening a large number of the members of the Rev. E.: Jolly's bible and society classes, met at Mr Lumley's private residence for the pur. pose of presenting him. with a tokein of their- esteem. and appreciation' of his faithfulness-to his work. The pre sentation took the shape .of, a Iery handsome album, which was illum na ted with naturiL.flowere,, in .all! their original colors, in a most,,asto...
AGRICULTURAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884
AGRICULTURAL NOTES -0 An Agricultural Creed,--According to'the Canada " Farmer," the sgricultu- t riets of Canada met in convention and adopted for themselves the following c creed :-" We believe in small farms and thorough cultivation; we believe that the soil lives to eat, as well as the owner; and ought, therefore, to be well 1 manused; we believe in going to the bottom of things, and, therefore, deep ploughing,.and enough of it-all the better if it be a subsoil plough; we believe in large crops which leave the land better than they found it, making both the farm and the farmer richer at I once; we believe that every farm should own a good farmer ; we believe that the fertiliser of any soil is a spirit of indus try, enterprise, andintelligence-with out these, lime, gypaum,':and guano would be of little 'ie'; we believe in good fences, good farm houses, good orchards, and good children enough 4o gather the fruit; we believe in a clean kitchen, a'neat wife in it, a clean dairy, and...
THE WESLEYAN CHURCH CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884
THE WESLEYAN CHURCH . CONcERT, e. e- -o- a . The Rev F. Jolly has, during the e last month been making. strenuous B efforts'to place the various churches in his circuit in a sound financial position i previous to his removal to'another di4 t trict, so that his succesiýr, the Rev.'ifr e Herman, nmay:notbe trammelled with ' debt,'anda the'' Concert on Monday. evening was for the puroose of remov ing a portion of the load now resting on the Traralgon congregation. A Sthough haidly as well attended as we expected to see it, still those present must have niumbered 175; so that a welcome addition to the Trust Fund of the Church will attend therefrom, £8, The,'Concert was o-pened with an SInstrpiental duet upon the Piano and Organ, by Mrs Betteson and Miss Gil. I lan, which was quite a treat,, then i followed.the songs " The Englishman" ,byMr Fiiney;.-" A Dream within a D Dream" by Mrs H. C. Jones ; a recita . tion " Razore" by Mr Mackay ; "Lar ,board Watch" by Messrs Jolly and Finney; fol...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 April 1884
Th . Rallway. Trains for Mclbourne leave' aLm. p.m. Traralgon ... 89. 5560 Morwell .., -830 6"17' Moe i, ., ;;;..,.8'54 6"41 Melbourne (arrive) 1.10 10*52 For Sale leavoe ' am. p.m. Traralgon .. 11 43 9'30, Flynn's Creek, ' 12'3" 9 52 Rosedale 12 15 10'4 Sale,arrives.... 12'50 10 39 On Saturdays only, a train will leave 'Traralgon for Sale, at 8-10 a.m., reuir 'ning from Sale at 9355 a.m.: S . For ,Heyfield ,leaves 'rraralgon ::.;.; 12'5 [noon] ,i .Hayfield, arrives ;, 1r.v1: 3 p.m. . .Leaves. :... .Heyfield : .ii . &420 p.m Traralgon, arriv?s , 5*38 W T. BETTESON, ', KAYE STREET, As~e: foer:r,;eContinnatioh of the fdvors which he has received in the ."ly st-?fro; i -. tnih: tents off]Tiraralgon: and surroundinb districts. '.i . .:ý . &lt;, •r A Large Stock of DBAPERY; -' r`" , - BOOTS AND SHOES, "GROC- ERIES, IR .. ONMONGERY, & To. choose fron. ' : Comparison of Quality and Prices invited. 5 per cent. Discount for Cash on all Drapery parcels exceeding £1. Fo...
FARMING IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884
FARMIING IN AMERICA. -o- (B YTHE SPECIAL COR EESPOvDEtNT OF THE AUSTeALASIAN.) America is essenially an agricultu ral country. There are 4,000,000 farms in the United States under 500 acres in extent, and the soil and climate are favorable to the carrying on of agricultural pursuits. In regard to the growiing of cereali, I hsv yootulred the oeinion that the natural conditions f? America and Australia are pretty evenly balanced, but when we come to consider the question of grazmgindue tries Australia has a decided advantage. There is no single state or part of a state in the country that is naturally to sui;,lo. for grazing purposes as the average Australian sheep or cattle run. The fact that at least two-thirds of all the fat stock which reaches market is fattened upon "corn," that is, maize, demonstrates the grazing capabilities of the country. The wool of the Vermont merino is certainly inferior to that of the best Australian flocks, whatever may be said as to the weight or profit...
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884
I THE GAZETTE. • • -o Seventr?oer acres in parish of Cal lignee, commencing from eastern boundary of W iH Pattinson's block, beoring south, bounded thence by said block, a line and N. J Tanner's block, bearing rorth, and D B Tanner's block bearing east; thence by a line end W H Pattinson's block, bearing nest, have been reserved from occepa tion for residence, sale, leasing, etc. The following applications for licen ses have ' been approved :-Donald Beaten, garden, 1 acre, and James Dawnie, garden, I acre, Trarslgon. _ Applications for leases approved John Downie junr, 212a 2r 99p Loy Yang and Traralgon ; Peter Gallac her, 100a Or 3p, Loy Yang. A sale of Crown lands in fee simple will be held atTraralgon on the' 30th and at Sale on the 22th inst. Rosedale Impoundings. Impounded at , Rosedale . Shire Pound-Brown spotted steer, illegible brand near ramp, like N off ribs ; yel low bullock, near ear forked, like W2 over 2 near ribs, like , near ribs; roan heifer, like TI near rump ; yel...
MISCELLANEOUS. (REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.) London, April 12 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884
MISCELLANEOUS. (sEUTrE's TELEGRAIS.) S:.London, April 12 The Dake of Buccleuch, who- has been ill for some time pat, is now re riedto be sinking rapidly, sand no hopes are e'itertained for hi recovery. -:Madrid, April 11. A serious rising is reported to have occunred in Cuba, under the:leadership of the filibuster Aquerd; The authori-. tie. of the island have demanded a reinforcement of troops. .Shaighai, April 10. . News has been received here of a serious political crisis at Pekin. The Empress has marked her sense of, dis pleasure 'at the dilatory policy pursued by the Government in connexion with the Tonquin question by publicly- de grading Prince Kong, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, and'four menibers of the Privy Council. S . Lndond,:Apiil12. Sir Henry Brougham Loeh, the newly-appointed Governor of Victoria, will be entertained at a banquet by Mr Iurray Smiith, the agent-general for Victoria, on the let May. : S London, April 12. The police have. ascertained that a man named F...
THE FRENCH IN TONQUIN. Paris, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884
THE FRENCH IN TONQIUIN. A Paris, April 13. Advices are to. hand that General Millot, commandine the French forces in Tonquin, has bombarded the port of Honghos, situated on the Delta of the Red River, and that the Chinese evacu ated the position, 'which was imme diately occupied by the French troops. London, April 15. It is reported that the French have occupied the port of Amoy as a guaran tee for the payment by China of the indemnity demanded by France for the expenses of the war in Tonquin. - Hong T ong, April 15. Following up the steps already taken to_ punish Prince Kong and other Chinese Ministers for their inactivity in resisting the encroachmients of France is Tonquin, the Govercor General of Liang Kwang, or Viceroy of Canton, has been publicly degraded by command of the Empress Regent, for disobedience of orders. The officers recently in command of the troops at Bacninh' hive also been held personally answerable for the lois of that place, and have been sentenced to be behe...
European News. AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN Cairo, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884
Europeanii ews. -- =-.. --- (From the "Argusn.") AFFAIRS IN THE S )UDAN Cairo, April 12. The battalion of Egyptian troops which wase despatched by Sir Erelyn Wood to stre "gthen' the garrison at Suakin, in consequence of the partial withdrawal of, the British force, has arrived'at that place, and will commence duty forthwith. Cairo, Ap.il 14. A rumour is'current at Suak n that Khartoum has fallen, and'that General Gordoa has been made prisoner by the adherents of theMahdi., No details tIave, howerer, been received:` -ildjim April147 The British Goverament has sub mitted to the European powers a pronosal for the solutios of the finaicial difficulty in Egypt, inclindi,.g a scheme for the entire disbandment of the native army. -.
Latest Intelligence Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884
Latest Intelligence By Electri' Telegraph. (From our own correspondent.) Melbourne, T~hursday evening. Stratford, ,trettle & Co report: Seven hundred forward for the week's supply, 500 of which were sold by us ; the weather being much colder bacons sold at a decided improvement on late rates, biddings..were brisk for porkers, good quality selling well, very few stores in and sold well. The reports which. are current at Suakim thatKhartoum has fallen; ahd that General Gordon had been taken prisoner, have now proved to be entire ly without foundation. News, in fact, has been received from-General Gor don himsel; dated Khaaoum, the 8th inst., stating that owing to jerious dis sensions having broken out. amongst the ad. erents of the Mabdi in Khordo fan, he hid-beenicompelled to abondon his proposed expedition against Khar tonm;Pand that that place was there fore perfectly bafe for the present. It is hoped that Lady Normanby willbe safciently recovered to bear removal tomorow, w...
NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884
NNA RIR:A C:NAtN.U:. 1 (FROM OUR QWN C 5ORiSPONDNT.) SA concert and ball was held lirer;i Good-Friday night in aid of tlie piano fund of the Mechanics'" Inistitute, which turned but a great" euccess. The - hbal was filied to overflowing;' numbers having to be satiufied with staridiag roomd.-The hall was taste fully decorated by the' fair creatures of the neighborhood, and reflected great credit upon them for their skihl. Mr J. Powell filled the chair in: an able manner, and .the following pro gramme was nicrly rendered-:by the several contributors, who gave the' f 1 lowig : pieces-Overture by Mrs Morris; glee, "Hark the lark" by the elee club ; song Mr E J Powell if The Lime Blossoms".;_ song Mrs Lovell, a visitor from Sydney. ' He'wipes the tear, eti." ; song Mr Gamble:' Sia'on ,he Seller'; duet, Miss Powell and Mr White "Money Matters".encored; recitation,; " Charge of the Lieht Bri gade"; ':duet (Chi ch raster) "The Happy Policeman" encored; a song, Mies Murray, of Trafalgar; and...
LIST OF COURTS. POLICE COURTS—APRIL, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884
LIST OF .COURTS. PoLCE COUnrTS- 1 . APRIL, 1884. Trralgon, on Thursday., 10th and 24th, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on the Friday preceding each Court. Moe, on Saturday, 19.h; at 10 a.m.; summonses ibsued On Saturday. 12th;
Traralgon Produce Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884
Traralgon Produce •k Thursday afternoon. J Peterkin & Co. report - Wheat, 3ssd to 3s4d; barley, feeding, 2s Sd to 2s d ; English, for bright plump' samples, 3s Od to 3s 8d; oate;s2s 2d to 2s 5d;. peas 2s'Od to 2s 8d; flour £9 to £9 10s a ton ; potatoes £2 10e; cheese 3d to 4d per lb; butter' 9d to 11d; egg ls 3d per doz; hams & bacon none' locally cured offering; Mel bourne cured lid to is 1-d MELBOURNEE MARKETS. SMessrs R.'Gibson and Co. report': We sold 37( for different owners; in eluding Campibell's Traralgon ..Park bullocks, average £9 13s 8d,; Bland's Yarram bullocks' £7 8s 9d ; T C, Devonshire' 'Yarrainabullocks 8' 5s; Mrs N Howden'sYarrambullocks £10; H G Bodmant's Yarrram bullocks £9 2s 6d, cows'SB 6s Cd. Fat Sheep-13,000 yarded; market riuled rather dull at last week's' aats;: bet merino wetlers fetching 12s to 13iS '6d orossbred dof; 14g 1 o' l 6d: "'Weoldd' o3000.:'?OO ': ' .:.Messrq PelHudson,, .and Raynor wholle: sha.e easier than last.jnarktt We sold 2...
Callignee. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884
Callignee. -0---- .b the Editor of the " Traralgon Record." Sir-In the Callignee correspondence in your issue of the :11th April there are statements which, to put it in the mildest form possible, are misleading and a gross injustice to the people of o Callignee.' Yur correspondent states that several gentleman from Melbourne have applied for land individually for Speculat ve purposes, ifyour correspon dent was acquainted with the placehe f writes about he would know this was not correct, for there is only one selector here tliathails from Melbourne, and he has been here for five years, and. the statement does not hjld good with res pect to the new-comers, for I believe there is only one Melbourne man, and he can be hardly classed among epecu lators, as he has been working for wages in Melbourne, having now taken up a piece of land to make a home for himself and family. Your own also is looking at the timber question from a splitter's point of view, and he is, according to my 5 opin...