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The Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884

The Concert. Mr A. M'Lean, M.I.A., in a few appropriate remarks complimented the residents on the success of their day's meeting and also uponi the very nice building which he was called upon to declare open. The concert then pro ceeded and the following ladies and gentlemen did the vocalization, Misses A. Rice, Lee, and Miles, and Messrs M'Cubbins (who was a host in himself with comic songs, etc), Davis, Amos, Kerr, and Baird. Miss Rice playing the overture on opening and with Mrs D. Woodhouse playing an instrumen tal duet after the interval, also the various accompaniments daring :the evening in a very creditable manner. The concert was also a great financial success and was in aid of the Mecha nics'.

Correspondence. TOWN ALLOTMENTS AT HEYFIELD. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884

Correspondence. : TOWN ALLOTMENTS AT HEY FIELD. To the Editor of the "'raralgon Record." Si",-I think the Government ought to be;highly satisfied with the prices allotments brought at the recent land sale as atanding in so favorable a con trast with the prices realised at all previous sales, thus showing on a small scale the benefite of railway ex tension. - I have learned from'ireliable authority that Mr Howitt, P.M., has declared against (on part.of-Gover - ment) any: police court ,belng Tiela under the stme roof as an; hotel, we will, therefore, have to wait a little longer for the ben of a? petty-sessions court being held here. jI am credibly informed, however, that a gentleman, a local reaident, is about to immediate ly erect suitable premises. I am, etc., . HEYFlELD.

MORWELL. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884

MORWELL. (From our own correspondent). Wednesday. I am glad to be able to record that the Easter holidays passed over very creditably to the largeinfluxofnavvi-s and Inborer, that are in the district. all went heartily in for enjoymentaod although an enormous quantity of stimulants was consumed, the local lock-up did not receive an occupant Easter Saturday being pay-day, on the railway works, placed the men in a position to enjoy themselves. On Monday there was a contest, on the local Cricket ground, between teams chosen from the Narracan and Morwell Cricket Clubs, when the latter scored a victory with23 runs to spare. Those whose taste was more in the horse-flesh line, got up racer, and al though the time for raising funds was limited, the promoters were successful in ob' aining enough to give respectable stakes for three events, and wound up the day with foot races, which were keenly contested. The day was observed here almost as a close holiday, and all turned out to witness the ...

TOONGABBIE & LATROBE RACES. THURSDAY, April 17, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884

TOONGABBIE & LATROBE RACF, TaURSDAyY, April 17, 1884, The morning of. our racing carami dawned with a rather hazy appeasr, buti still the weather kept fioe, c, sequently at an early hour the tot. ship presented quite a livelyappear?ne with the erowds on foot, horseback, al in conveyances of all descriptions tI ,were wending ,their way to the ri course. .The special train was in quest, and brought a large numbed visitors, who were not long in indn1 their way to the sporting ground. Ih various items requisite to the enjg ment of the day's outing, had bI well attended to by ihe committee d their energetic secretary, Mr A. . Crowe, and the committee must id hiehly'satisfied with the smooths which pervaded the proceedings. Ih following are results 1. Mhias? HURlLE RACE, of 10 mos.; entrance 10s; hurdle weightf:C diitance, twic, round the courn. R Templeton's Little Joho(Burgeyor)i GRintoul's Bliue Belle(Butterworth)1 J bi'Farland's Masher 2. Sax i HURDLE RACnE, of 20 sos; entranc...

FIELD AND GARDEN. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884

FIELD AND GARDEN. Ara?. ORCoaMR AND VINEYaRD.-Plant all the hardy sorts' of fruit trees and bushes ad early as the weather will. permit Sow pips ind stones of fruit trees for f raising stocks. Commence to prune fruit trees and bushes as 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. KrI~EN GA?nE?N.-sow carrots, parsnips, beet, turnips, onions, peas, broad :beans, spinach. Transplant horse-radish, seakale, and rhubarb. Thin tarnips and. other advancing seedling crops; , earth' up potatoes. Divide andreplarit herbs ; plant mint in pots or boxes for forcing. Draw earth to cauliflower and cabbage plants, and transplant for succession.: Make mushroom beds TuE FIELD.-This is the most favor able month for wheat sowing in the majority ofadistricts. In the northern areas wheat sowing should take place with the earliest autumn rains....

COWWARR RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884

COWWARR RACES. -a- Easter ionday found the rising :2e township the scene of animation, sseqoent on the holding of the event t e year their Race Meeting. It intended to -intermix Athletic ,ortsbutthis was fLund. to be al st impoe.ible on account of the any douies that fell to the lot of the asrrds, Messrs W. S. Thomson, J. Brien, C. Andrews, E. Martin, H. e, and E. Cummins. Mr W. S. -:mp:on held the publican's booth, d M3r Inder acted as Hen. Sec. efi llowint are results of tlhe day's :rg. which was run on Mr Rice's ,aund: Maiden Plate, Oars. Distance about 1¼ miles. k'osh's Maffra Lad, 9st 21bs ...1 ?eres Lucilla, 6st lllba ... ...2 M ichell's Curlew, 9st 21bs... ...3 Ioothers started. Maiden Hurdle Race, if jlO E . Distance about 2 miles. habun-ISoe's Orphan ... ...1 -pletonfs Little John .... .. 2 1i:eheli's Curlew ... ...3 Panmgenet, who was leading had a d fall at one of the hurdles, and it as thought that he had been injured, SuttEr a little doctoring, he ap eared to have suffe...

AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884

AMERICAN ITEMS. In Providence, RI., there is a dis cussion of the question whether rumsellers, who have no church connexion, shall have. a Christian burial. The Chicago " Tribune" counts up 125,000 human lives lost. by 'eartb1 quakes, tornaaoes, shipwrecks, fires, mine disasters, and other accidents in 1883: A Hudson correspondent of theNew York " Sun;' brings to light an authen ticated case of a centenarian `now residing, in Lexington,. Columbia county, N.Y., the records of the.R e formed Church at Germantown, N.Y., showing that he was baptized early in 177l. He is, therefore, now 110 years old, and is said to be erect, active, and vigorous. The death-rate among the poor of Paris has moreitliiih'aoubled' in' the last ten years.' Overcrowding 'is thought to be the cause. Viennese belles have taken to "fen cing as a recreation, the Empress Elizabeth' setting the fashion. A grand "aristocratic assault of- arms"' was given a short time since in Vienna, where the performers were twelve ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884

WANTED. WANTED two respectable young Girls, as apprentices to the Dress-making. 1i Apply-E. TANNER, L FPanklin-street; Traralgon. L ANTED 100 acres of scrub cut, at 19o per acres. 3 Apply-N. J. TANNER, Moas Grove, Callignee. ti L.O S T t --0- tl £l REWARD for information that will lead to the recovery of-One bay Horse, branded 1H conjoined near shoulder, 2 near neck; also, one.chestnat yearling Ally, not branded, whie face, near hbind foot white. H. J. FooTIT, Traralgon FOR SALE -o S000 Stringy.bark and Iron-bark Posts I VV.for Eale, cheap; . " I Apply-D. IIDDY, Traralgon. PUBLIC NOTICE - d STRAYED into my paddock-One straw. n berry Heifer; branded Won ribs, near the shoulder; ear macked. Owner can have same by paying expenses; Is per week will be eharged for grass until removed. W. A. GAY, 12 I 4 8.. Glenmurray, near Moe. Traralgon Quadrille Assembly. ] -o The usual fortnightly Social Evening on Wednesday, 23rd nast., in the Mechanics Hall, dancing to commence at 8 p.m. Wm. BREDIN,...

MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884

IMULTUJI :IN; PARVO. ---o- Trickett was defeated by Beach last Satiiday on'the'Para; atta river. The English Mail leaves Melbourne on the 22nd inst., Tuesday inorning. SMr M. M Namara's clearing sale will be hed on Wednesday the 23rd., Mr R. Mackay acting as auctioneer. Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. also sell on the 24th. E. F. 01lia' Stock and Furniture.-' While Mackintosh and, Co hold a clearing sale at Hazelwood of Bugh Baillie's effects, on the 23rd inst. " The Hon. L. L Smith has been.in vited to stand for'Moira, ii'theroom of the Hon. H. Bolton, resigned. The Sale Regatta ipved the supe riority of the Bairnsdale men as rowist, when compared with their Sale neigh bosre, out of eight races the local men ion two, the maiden seall, and the mraiden four, but in the latter race the Bairnsdale atrk?flrul i his oar, shortly after the start. A case of small :ox was 'reiorted on board the R.M.I. Rome, and has been causing eruptions on account of delay in fumigating the mails and taking .char...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1884. THE WALHALLA TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884

(Published every Friday, moning.) FRllAY, APRIL 18, 1884, THE WALI ALLA- TBAMWAY. SEvry development of an enterprise which, in Victori t mabe .lid, is in it infancy, should .iviite attention ald aasistalll" Ac trmwa'jir is ion templated. between _TTiaralgon and Walhalli, and .ppiicationi, we 're nary l iPey,, so that.. the alternative route.Toongabbie:may ;be al1o coisi dere l `It seem iuperfluou '' dell` ,in it s origin a " tigih , meu 4 iIy+, etwheer .ogrei ydorpei4 or locomo tiv power, oawhich run-s a train of it is within those precincta:athal a e rinestisonof traimways has ilwayspre ented its ~intos difteult atpect.s Ouit side, theyrcomt within t i category of thoseotheyr ailway.,whiclsh in general, lhave.done all the good'they were.ex aed to do! and none of thaarJn. In adv cating traniways;, then "there 'is every re?son to anticipate a correspon ding result to so satisfactory. a prece dent. - Assuming that there se no question of the advantages of a tramway traver sing the cou...

NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884

i. NEWS' AN OTES. On Wednecday morning Mr Rodgers and' r ~Cotnley were broiuit before, th lobal mag iatet, on cacrge o. insulting behaviour in a public place. • A'r~mand was asked foruantil-the 24th injut, and gn .,". The wife of Mr Bonhomme, who has bee' suffering for some time from an abs ese on the.lier, died at her resi dene on Wedniesday morning. On Tuesday. a commencementivas made to duplicate the. line from..the Traralgon railway.station to the. Hey field junction, and for this purpose.two gangs.are now on: the.ground, busily. engagel in. the ýenttings;aetc. .Mi Seight phas deferred is pyo. mailway requmrenntspn this section of the line,p account of he enquiry into the cause of thelate accident on the Geeliong?" e at', Little River. , The Commissioner ill inake his visit at the earliest possible opportunity,. The Cask Store is to be carried on in future by Galbraith and. Son, ,who have:'made Iirge e additions to their. stdck; and whs are now replenishing it 'irith new good. w...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884

Richard Miackayj AND CO., Stock, Station and GENERAL COHIISSION AGE.KTS, -o AGEONS FOR Trust Estates, and Mortgagees. New Zealand loan Company. National of New Zealand, Fir -e 4 Marine London and Lancashire Fire Fi New Zealand Accident AUCTION SALES co, ductedandralta tions mnade in any part of Gippsland. LOANS negotiated on every ldescription of Landed Property, St' ,c, and Chattels, and every kind of fonac .ial agency undertaken RICHARD MACK .AY, & CO. hold weekly saoles of Horse a, Cattle, Pigs, Sheep, 4c., at their Traralgot , Yards ceery Monday. Toongabbie yar ds, last Wednesday in each month. Nlorcell yar, Js, frst Monday in each month Latrobe ya: ids, frst Tuesday in each month SSearing sales-Daily. NOtc-.- leroimt sales promptly rendered. TRAR ALGON ,MONDAY, Arams 21 -0 iICHARiD MACKAY will sell at the y 'ards, Traralgon, on the above date 30 Isead Bullocks 6 Fat Cows. - Steets Heifers TRAIALGON, MONDAY, APRIL 21 In the insolvent estate of James Rogers -o 1, MACKAY a...

Cricket Married v. Single [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884

Cricket Married v. Single On Good Friday, a very eiajoyable game of cricket was played between the married and mingle gentlemen. of the township. Numbers of the old cricketers turned out,-and the married gentlemen raised a team consisting of 12 very good players; who inflicted a defeat on thebachelors. The following are the scores. Married J Allen, lbw, bBaker 0 J? Curran, c Whittakers b Baker - 5 F Smith, b M. Curran 11 H C Jones, b and c Baker 2 T, Robinson, c Whittakers b Baker .20 J M'Lean, (capt) c Baird b W. Whittakers . 0 H Bodycomb, e W. Whittakers b Baker . .24 C Campbell, b W Whittakers 1 W Norris, c E Whittakers b Baker 0 Merrett, b Whittakers 0 Thompson, c Mowbray b Baker 0 Handley, notout .- . : 3 Byes - . . 6 No ball 1 Total . .74 ..---. Single- Baker, c Allan b M'Lean 2 Kenyon, cRobinson b Allan 0 W Whittakers, b M'Lean . - 2 Mowbray, at Robinson b Allen 12 Baird, i M'Lean .. : - 1 Bodycomb, b Allan 0 Williams, st Robinson b Allen .: 4 :MC :b M Curran, b M'Lean - 11 E...

ROSEDALE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884

ROSEDILE SPORTS. -0 e annual sathletic sports' meeting held on Monday, and proved .e - c:sful doing the energetic lirV" lCr Greenwell, much credit ti mtanner in whieh he had ar rd the rarious matters that con -it the comfort and enjoyment 7hose who attended. The following the various winners : laidea plate,100 yards--lst prize nd 10s-C. Hooke, 1"; H. R. q. Time 11 see. ,0r' Race under 16 years, 120 1st prize 15e, 2nd 6s, 3rd 4s mns, 1; Corrigan, 2 ; Williams, Bosedale Handicap, z6-l1st E8, ,5, 3rd 43. Decided by paints, "r es, S for 2nd, 2 for 3rd. First nt 120 yards--J. Butterworth 1, H Davis 2, W. G Greenwell 3 Se nd event, 220 yardsJ Butterworth J. H Davies 2, W G Greenwell 3. ird event, 410 yards--J. Butter or' 1, J. H Davies 2, W. G. Green -nrdle Race, 440 yards--lst prize, and £2, 3rd lOs. '. Pierce 1; - e ,2; H. Howard, 3. 1-sui0Plate, 300 yaidls-lst prize, SGippeland Mercury" special, lsdded, 2nd lOs,-C. Smith, L 1il:r, 2. gp, Step, and Jump. 1st prize -ad lO,10-C Smith, 43f...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884

Artistic Photography. --- JUST arrived from London, and now in attendance at F. CORNELL'S SALE STUDIO, Mr. Oliver Godfrey, A skilled operatbr from the eminent irnm of Parker and Son, High Holborn. Under his able supeevision, the lighting of the studio (a m,ost commodious one) has been entirely re adjusted and newo accessories arranged, tlith a special view to the production of artistic eects, superior to any yet realised in Opps. land. , The toill be no advance in prices, and all customers ,nay rely upon aftention prompti. tude and civility. .. F. CORNELL, Foster.street (next to Lusford's), S A L El.. .... Geo. Nicholson, COACH PAINTER & House, Decorator, SATE STREET, TRARALGON. Buggies, Waggonette,.and all descriptions of Vehicles painted, repaired, and trimmed, n a workmanlike manner, on the most rean sonable terms. Estimates given. J. PETERKIN & Go. are pre pared to PURCHASE,? On behalf of a LONDON HousE, MECA. In any quantity. This article exists plentifully in t...

EAGLEHAWK SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884

EAGLEHAWK SPORT, -o The annual picnic of Latrobites, ich usually is the scene of much ament, and therefore, always well nded, in spite of all counter attrae drew brge nnmbers. Mr A W r, at his old post, Hon. Sec. was t in the right place. The sports he'd at the school ground and a Slarge programme was run off 's Rue, under Syrs: J Berming 1 : B Taylor, 2:: B Lang 3. irl's Race, under Syrs: L Brooks, 31 Smith, 2; E Freetake, 3. a' Race, under 10: JHambrook B Broolk 2; J Lang 3. race, under 10: I Barton 1; Fle:ake 2; A Mahon 3. ra' race, under 12: M Breen 1; rarook 2; :' Hemp 3. Girls' race, under 12; M Freetake I Burton 2; h Smith 3. ray' Race, under 14: M Breen 1; abrook 2; H Humphrey 3 . Girls' race, under 14: C Smith 1; raon 2; A Burton 3. hu00ds Handicap: P Bill 1; E Loal race, 150yd : C Young 1; P '12; H Temple 3. Running High Jump: M Davidson A Baker and White, divide 2. 4G0yds Steeplechase: Boswell 1; Tilting in the ring: H Curran 7 e.l: M Curran 5 rings 2. Vauling with the po...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 April 1884

Commercial Hotel, TOONGABBIE. Oc1MERCAL Tratellers & others "cs alws6 be ac~nm0odated.with f2 .r SrO;" or Dmble ConreY',ces. .' dl Horses on hand. JJ E?S SHEPERD " PaopaIEroz. H. BREED, Family Butcher, Kaye Street, Traralgon. tr t I»» e bat qeulity of meat kept. Sill Goods fresh every day. aresr moaeraec. C. E. W. Jones, Franklin Street, TRARALGON. pCIiCAlL WATCH & CLOCK HIKER. Silversmith and Jeweller, Optician and Sewing Machinist. _._ C . , Peororit! and Good csd r mbrl5rI repacired on ta Traralgon Bakery A. L; GALBRUITH, B?i?,i i?ETCOIK &e O)ClPECTIONER . ?::.:+c of 2r-1coe. ac ;n ree en dueeSt for ;`.; tr or thec ite tuoner. 5 Grozeres of the best quality on hand. Fruit in its' Eceaon. H. E. lHenden, Tobacconist, B OO ?S E LLER, STATIONER, ai Fancy Goods Dealer. TiAEKLIN ST., .TRAPRALGON. r-: r: ~a nd Leader neuwpapeE." W. NORRIS, Boot & Shoe Mtaker, AYTE ST., TRARALGOY. Tacy Slippers neatly made up. Ilurie & Co., CR~&MIERS &a...

FIELD AND GARDEN. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 April 1884

'WELD AND GARDEN.: `Oacu1 MiD V rD.-Plant all' the hardy sorts offrdit trees and bushes as early as the weather will permit. Sow pips and stones of fruit trees for raising stocks. Commence to prune fruit trees and bushes as soon as the leaves have fallen. Gather and, store late pears and apples as soon 'asi the fruit parts readily from the tree. Put in cuttings of gooseberries and currants. Top-dress . strawberries with rich manure. KricHis G DEN.?.-SO carrots, parsnips, beet, turnips, onions, peas, broad beans,' spinach. - Transplant horse-radish, seakale, and rhubarb. Thin tarnips 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 Toss FIELD.-This is the most favor able month for wheat sowing in the majority of districts. In the northern areas wheat sowing should take place with the earliest au'umn rains. Pre pare ...

Sunday Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 April 1884

?uIIlay Services, -0 CIIURCII OF ENGLAND. Rev, J. R. Walker, at Traralgon . 11 a.m. Eaglehawk 2 p.m. Scarne ..... 4 ý _ I

AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 April 1884

AMERICAN ITEMS. -o While thirteen children were skating at Rohr, in Pomerania, the ice broke and all were drowned. The ex-King of Naples has, owing to poverty, sold his villa near Paris, noted as the scene of Daudet's "De Roi en Exile," and now lives with the Queen on the third floor of a house in Paris. Ireland pays 50,000,000 dol annually for land rent, and 60,000,000 dol for rum. A pleasing Persian astrologist ex plains that these red sunsets betoken by far the bloodiest war ever known. Germany at present sends into France 412,000,000 francs worth of merchandise annually, receiving frJm France but 317,000,000. The new Duchess of Westminster, wife of one of the richest men in Europe, was married in a dress of white foulard, costing only 3s a yard. Professor Huxley says that in his voyage around the world, and in all his studiesof savage life,he found no people so miserable, wretched and degradedas those who exist in the poorer quarters of London. A Scotch nobleman, who is by no me...

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