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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 2 May 1884

NOTICE. -o THE undersigned having ditspo ped of his h butchering buainess to Mr. J. Manning. begs to solicit for him a continuance.of the many favor bestowed in the past. and for which he desires his constituents to accept his best thanks. P. CLARKE. Tranralon. PUBLIC NOTICE ANY Peoosti found turning cattle into my paddock, after thi date will be prosecu ted with the utmot rigor of the law. A. WHALLEY, Traraleon South. tay 1, 1S54. STRAYED into my paidock-One straw berry Heifer; branded W on ribs, near the shoulder; ear marked. Owner can have same by paying expenses; Is per week will be charged for grass until removed. W. A. GAY, 12 J 4 S04. Glenmurray, near Moe. FOR SALE -o pIGEONS, from 40 to 60 pair. delivered at Traralgon Railway Station. Apply-G. STEADMAN, Traralgon. ,0001 Stringy.bark and Iroa-bark Posts S for sale, cheap. Apply -D. LIDDY, Traralgon. TO LET. 1?9 ACRES of Land securely fenced, and 1- # well watered. Terms moderate. Apply-THOS. WRIGHT, Loy lang. WANTED. -o WANTE...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 2 May 1884

MARRIAGE. MORRIS--DANIEL.-On the 15th April, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. J. G. Wilson, Alfred Ebenezer Morris, of Traralgon, to Phoebe Harriet, second daughter of G. Daniel, Bunyip.      

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 2 May 1884

A?(D co., Stock, Station and GENSEIAL CO MIISSION AGENSS. --o- A'G F..S FOtO- Trurst IAbOrat?. nod Mort qagees. S';ofrtel of or Zealard, / Fire rO -flarine I.o don r, S i: Lr:?,dire Fire ew Zril, rn l .1kcidrhnt AT(CTll N S . ES ',edrt'"dandalha tius rrmr de iln nn/ kart of G:%pps!and. DL(ANs .-r;ootiand on cror dsook'pllon of La:,'" / 1',, r",f S'to, rn. r (o'kcteis, and tIC'II A ) .ruACK.Y & CO. ,,t weeri y A, ) I, of l lor'es, I'att!le li i, Shelp, r e., Ct t(re .,. 1 ,"LG dn Y"rd, ery 3onday. 7rl ,n ,,;e : ardi, l as t It(ir i n dUy in er0ch dl o ,? )U -ard., frst 'Ion lay i ln eah, month ] ,atm - /, . y . -, E ril T 1,, i. : [ tu h m on th C/:r7 ede-D,- ily. - ?0 ::- Aco ,t a ' Usproqtly ulendcrrd. 'J 'II.11 GOII, 30 fDA , 3Aed it etci .1th) I.1:\CA w'i sell at the .tr1 er o I.... n t - ovc date ! r: l I 1r ,,1 :ifi rl TIL_\lIALCAiOX, 3IO D-Y1, -KAY 5. -o Valuable Farm For Sale. BtIf. r , f GeCn.Cn . l-qa, O :al Assignce hIs huilnt E: at s T f Il d,ard Cowell. P (IIiRD ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 2 May 1884

Colmmercial Hotel, TOONGABBIE. c- M03~IERCIAL Travel'ers & others jcan always be accommodated with tither Siogle or Double Conveyances. i addle Horses on hand. JAI[ES SHEPEERD PROPRIETOR. H. BREED, Family Butcher, Kaye Street, Traralgon. Sone but the best quality of meat kept. Small Goods fresh every day. Charges moderate. C. E. W. Jones, Franklin Street, TRARALGON. IlACTICAL WATCH & CLOCK MAKER. Silversmith and Jeweller, Optician and Sewing Machinist. I??erate Charge., Punctuallty, and Good Workmanship guaranteed. Parasols and Umbrellas repaired on the shortest notice. Artistic Photography. -0 TUST arrived from London, and now: in attend.nce at F. CORNELL'S SALE STUDIO, Mr. Oliver Godfrey, A skilled operator from the eminent firo of Parker and Son, High Holborn. Under his able superision, the lighting of the studiu (a nast commnodious one) has been entirely re cdjusted asd ee acceeasorices arranged, rith a spneal tnis to the production of artistic eects, superior to...

TRARALGON MARKETS. Monday, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 2 May 1884

TD?AtALGLO- MAlRKETS. -0 Monday, April 2S. A 3 Lcan & Co. report :--Oar yards on Monliday were well supplied with stock. There teas a goo:d attend.ance of buyers pre sent. which caus:ed catt!e to go off very well, particularly anything fresh or fit for beef. We ?old ablut it0 fat cnws and heifers from ':I lu? to i;. averahin-' about .3 is fd all raund. Store cows tot £3 1i ; store heifers 2 year-s ll at C-2 lI; store steers to :-3 17s (;,. We al-n yarded alnaut 3i00 sheplc, but there did not appear t, be any buyers for so lat e a lot ce-onequently we sent them onl to Sale. On Tihurs-day latn. we held a verysuc cc--,Iu clearing sale fr 31r Ollis. at which everything went off remarkably well. Milch rwsi in low condition selling to C£ ; a lot of -tore bulflock, I- years old at £5. IIorse' to £17 C 0li; and pigs to .l Ss. lter rs Gemmell Tucket and Co., in con junction with MICers It. Mackay and Co., Tl'aralan, and instructed by Jfo. Vavas er. Esq.. heIld a very successful sale ...

European News. AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 2 May 1884

European News. -o I-0--o (From the "Argus.") AFFAIRS IN THE S )UDAN London, Anril 27. The latest reports from Berber state thatthetroops have fraternised with the rebels, and that in consequence the residents are flying from the town. London, April 28. Earl Granville is willing to invite the powers to confer as to the beat means of securing good government for Esy t in the future. No definite action has been taken pending the decision of France and Turkey. London, April 29. The " Standard" has published a de spatch satting that four divisions of Bedouins and 500 Egyptian soldiers have deserted from General Gordon at Khartoum, who is left helpless. The "Standard" correspondent regards the Soudan as lost as far as Wadyhalfa. This place is situated on the southern border of Egypt, in close proximity to the second cataract of tie Nile. Cairo, April 29. Ostnan Digna has collected a large force and has moved in a northerly di rection towards Assouan, a town on the first cataract of the Ni...

[?] Traralgon Record" [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 2 May 1884

r " ·. :::- - i:.a: v r the. " : .f a civilrizd . - - :h r tin:.r L i'a na feea'tba Sa trr cnren a -? :r;,e. andr::Cn - : --:.- hec. dler. Onl . - - a:r i n O.!f :ne " "- ".. . ,-ny a otemebnt i een a t ion - " . ?n "he S .th : -,f n .e at "Cal rtce his otate ents S--< I' crnopode nt) h.ae e t -'h.:_ I d he trae : " : ,cnn end i-- the 3rd, Saed inthe sot and -z te r te- the pablien an? h- . e-. : er !for ad- ran .... e - t- e tr-unrthfalt? n of a: d -- n - ad. hich ore - : a t. the d. cpusen. or " a eh e: ? "s:id since rCalln - the subject as one at a - c.-:ud ler his notice why I cother epondent. in L--- :: r gftenddn that eCa -.--÷ b. fC.: rc, pon dent) has by -:-?a li tnhed wthe arenth :. -- 'o;n contained in the 3rdc -. f..? on of a fo.tball club. : u-.i ; c, in3d in the l1t and I t:o _rge the publc an? -'a: .--;n ,hnT'ev for advan?c"n °- bi tcence enough to '-: "tr L','_ not given .sficient : o" ?: ~_st n d 2nd. wmich a-e of --: m: . jin in the di-cu.ri on. or : n t:...

INCENDIARISM AT HAZELWOOD. The inquest. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 2 May 1884

INCENDIARISM AT HAZEL WOOD. -o The inquest. An inquest was held on Saturday at Hazelwood before Mr. A. W. Howitt, the district coroner and a jury of twelve, touching the cause and origin of a fire whereby two stacks of corn, the property of Donald Shaw, of Hazel wood, were destroyed on the 12th March. Mr. James M'Kean appeared to watch the case on behalf of Mr W. Northway. Donald Shaw deposed; I am a far mer residing at Hazelwood. I remem ber the morning of the 12th Marcb last. I heard a crackling noise as I was lying in bed. This was about day-break, about half-past four. I got up, and on looking our, saw a blaze in the stack yard and my corn stacks on fire. I went over to the stacks after alarming the household. I looked round when I was at the stacks, but saw no one about. There were no bushfires about. The stacks were alright the previous night, and if there had been a fire I should have seen it. There were no swagmen camping there at the time, and no children about except a chi...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1884 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 2 May 1884

(Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MAY s, 1SS4. So that weare quite satisfied as to the morality of our amusements, par ticularly if there is no risk in them say breachi of promise or things of that sort-we may as well learn all that can be learnt, and do all that can be done, with agood conscience. There prevails a feeling all over the world, as well as in Australia, that when a man has finished his day's work, whatsoever his calling, he can do as he pleases, if nothing at all. He can go to a Public House, or worse; if in Melbourne, to the Legislative Assembly, or to a club, or to some other place of amusement, or he can sit against a wall while other people are dancing or ready to dance, or he can enter on some other such exhilarating and delightful pleasure with alacrity and vigor. Among new kinds, too, of nocturnal amusements, to which the immediate neighborhood of the police station is no more hind rance or a ferror thaan if they Were burglaries or robberies with violenc...

THE COMMISSIONERS OF RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 2 May 1884

THE CO3 ISSIONERS 0p RA'LWAYS. --0--o The Commissioners of Ril?0a ?0l Melbourne on Mionday nmoria, at in 1 a.,., accompanied by hMr Woats?a h gineer-in-Chief, Mr W. I. Green ?E, gincer for exi;sing line,. Mr I' L " Barter,Acting General Trallic 3Ianav Str Mirlh, Loc nmo'ive Snpclritendpo1 Mr W. A. Moore, D)istrict Trx: Sup rintendent, and W. RePe@,,'+ Minute Secretary. The spec'al s'opped at e.ch st.lh , en route, nrid e?quillr(tit re, lit::l,: the 1 cal requirement..l At Dr. app'ic tton was mIde fr ain overt ri to obviate the necessi'v of jour;c: an extra di:t.ince. The Comniee pr.Inise ! comp'iireCc with the rI, and in aidition gave ilstrtectiols tt the platfo In, which was io n a Itudi cond:tion, should be asphallud. Waerrie.ml special a'ttetion w.vs pl7! thoe refr, estlnltll? rt ms, which have late b -en raltlherun thivorablvpeontta at upon. Pla:.i, we 'beiiive, al in c,. of prrp ira' ion for a!di ion:al accoumo tioon,t(d wheu t0he wo:k t comel it is thought the gr'oundls for ce...

NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 2 May 1884

NEWS AND NOTES. Two prospecting parties have been at work in Gippsland. One of them has tried the spur near the Jericho Creek, but found no gold. Ironstone, however, was found in plenty' Pros pecting has since been carried on without success in the bed of the creek. Another party, formed of the Bendoo Prospecting Association, North Gippe land, which was established in Februan ry last }ear, is scouring a large block of land, 35 miles square, including Goongerah, the head of the Delegate River, Back Creek, and the Combine bar district. Up to the present only 'a few specks of gold have been discovered but no payable deposits have been found. It is probable that a new prospecting party will be formed. "' Argue." The want of refreshment rooms at the local railway station having been no iced by Mr Caffrey, he has deter mined to supply this defect as far as it lies in his power, and on Fridity last he started a coffee stall at his shop next to Mr M'Lean's office, where he dis. pensees his ...

CHEESE AS FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 May 1884

CHEESE AS FOOD. Mathieu Witliams tells us that we do not begin to know the value of cheese in cooking, and is responsible for the statement that twenty pounds of cheese contain as much nutriment as there is in a whole sheep weighing ixty pounds. Coniidering the dife rence in the cost between cheese and mutoter, this is certainly news for the house-provider. Except as Welsh rarebit, maccaroni au gratin and the fancies in cheese pastry for dessert, the valusble " casin" is li:tle used in cooking, although cheese porridge. checse rice, and the addition of cheese to mashed potato, to boiled mush, and to haity puddings are well-known to be appetising. Now, all of these preparations are said to be equal in food value to beef and mutton, which would certainly help to make them popular. In his cooking lectures, Mr. Williams dissolves his cheese in milk or rate-, and adds a little ealaratus to it (bi-carbosate of potash), which brings it back to its usual soluble form. Most of the cook-:iok ...

THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 May 1884

THE GAZETTE. -o- B. Irving's application for a new license for 20 acres at Mirboo has been approved. The license of Bernard de Balmann, under sec. 19, for 60 acres at Moe, has been cancelled. The following applications for leases appear as approved :-Nicholas Con nolly, 107a Or Sp, and Win. Gooding, 200J, at Traralgon, also Jabez Osler, 199a pr Sp, at Narracan. The following area has been pro claimed a quarantine district under " the Diseases in Stock Act 1872.": One hundred and eleven acres, two roods, and twenty-six perches of land, in the occupation of Winm. Hugh Ro bertson, in the parish of Moe, county of Baln Buln. It is notified that Hickman Moles worth, Esq., is to be Judge of County Courts, Court of Mines, and Insolvency, appointed to be held at Dandenong, Mornington. Omeo, Palmers'o-, Sale, Walhalla, and \Varragul, "vice" J. lM'Farland, Esq., deceased. The tender of Bennet Bros., £292 5s 1Od, has been accepted for the erection of goods shed and platform at Railway Station, ...

Sunday Services, CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 May 1884

sunday Services, -o CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Rev, J. R. Walker, at Traralgon .. 11 a.m. Eaglehawk ... 2 p.m. Scarne ... .. 4

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 May 1884

NOTICE. -o THE undersigned halmin disposed of his butchering business to MIr. J. Manning. begs to solicit for him a continuance of the many favors bestowed in the past. and for which he desires his constituents to accept his best thanks. P. CLARKE. Traralgon. FOR SALE -o PIGEONS fromt 40 to 60 pairs. delirered at the Traralgon Railway Station. Apply-G. STEADMAN, Traralgon. 1,000 Stringy-bark and Iron-bark Posts S for sale, cheap. Apply-D. LIDDY, Traralgon. To THE Pauc.--Get your winter supply of FLocR. Flour market on the rise. Will still sell at 20s per bag. A. L. Galbraith & Son. TO LET. -o l52 ACRES of Land securely fenced, and well watered. Terms nmoderate. Apply-THOS. WRIGHT. Loy Tang. WANTED. -o WANTED a good general Servant. Applly--3rs. H. C. JONES, Colonial Bank. Traralgon. TRARALGON ATHILETIC SPORTS. -0 FRIDAY, 23RD MAY, 181i -o TRun.aLGO HA.LDICAP; 3 events-120 yds, 220 yds and 4-40 yds. First prize £4, 2nd £2, 3rd £1. Nonination 4s.; acceptance 2s. HANDIcAP- STEE...

Latest Intelligence Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 May 1884

Latest Intelligence -a By Electric Telegraph. (From our own cprrespondent.) Thursday evening. A terrible collision has taken place in the Atlantic Ocean, by which 123 lives have been lost. The State Line steamer,.. State of Florida, came in contact with a barque, name unknown, in mid-ocean, and sank shortly after. Only 44 lives saved. Tenders for the Tasma".,in h.'un of £800,000 were opened to-day. T o of £500,000 were offered. The Paumure murder case is pro) ceeding at Warrnambool before aIr Justice Higinbotham, Mr J.1. Smith prosecutes for the Crown. 1fr M 'Der mott defends. Morgan maintains anll attitude of profound indifference. The I . court was crowded, and numbers w, ere turned away from the doors. The Oriental Bank excitement lh is quite subsided, and business is pro - ceeding as if nethi g particular had' happened. L.4! The hearing of the petition of bank ruptcy for winding up in London, has, according to the" Age" correspondent, been postponed to the 13th May, during which...

WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 May 1884

-0 WVESLEYAN CHURCH. Rev. F. A. Herman at- North Hazelwood ... 11 a.m. Morwell ... 2'30 p.m. Traralgon ... 7 p.m.

MISCELLANEOUS. London, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 May 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. -o London, May 3.' It has been suggested that the Impe rial Government shculd authorise Sir Henry Brougham Loch, the new GorerLor of Victoria, who is about to take his departure to the colony, to sanction legislation for the more effec tual exclusion of "' reeidivistes" who may escape from the French penal set tlements in the Pacific. London, May 6. "The Times" this morning pub lishes an article on the recidivistes question in which it advises the Go vernment to exhibit the readiness to further the just desires of the Austra lian colonies with regard to this mat ter. The Victorian colonists in London intend to entertain Sir Henry B. Loch, the new Governor, at a banquet, on the 22nd inst. It is hoped that 200 gentle men will be present. A new gun-boat, constructed to the order of the Queensland Government, will be launched on the Tyne on Tues day next. Paris, May 5 (evening). The endeavors which have been made to settle the long standing diffe rences between France and...

THE DYNAMITE CONSPIRACY. London, May, 3. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 May 1884

THE DYNAMITE CONSPIRACY. L:ndon, May, 3. Further discoveries have been made in connexion with the recent arrest of Patrick Egan, one of the secretaries of the late Irish Land League, and Daley, another prominent officer. Bombs have been found in Daley's possession, which, it is supposed, the conspirators intended to throw into the House of Commons, or to be used at one of the meetings which are being held by Lord Randolph Churchill, in connexion with his intended candidature for Birmingham at the general election. A bottle of nitro-glycerine was also discovered in Patrick.Egan's garden, where the plans for a threatened rising in Ireland were found.

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