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European News. AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 May 1884

European News. (From the "Argus.") AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, May 6. The motion of censure upon the Government for their delay in rescuing General Gordon from Khartoum, of which Sir Mical Hicks-Beach has given notice, will be brought on in the House of Commons on Monday next. In the latest despatches received b from General Gordon, at Khartoum, he charges the Imperial Government with having brought indelible disgrace a upon itself by deserting the garrisons b of the Soudan. He refuses to lend d himsell to aiding the perpertration of sm this climax of meanness. m General Gordon advises King Leo pold of Belgium to occupy the equato rial provinces of the Soudan. L Cairo, May G. Ihe Egyptian Government, having in been informed of the proposal to hold a general European conference upon bh the financial affairs of this country, has m sent a note demanding to have a voice P in the deliberations of the delegates. I

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

LIST OF COURTS. PoLIcE Coutrs- MAY, 18s4. Tooneabbie, Thursday, 1st May, at 1an.m. Summonses issued Friday, 25th April. Traralgon, on Thursdays, 8th and 22nd, at 10 a.m,; summonses issued on the Friday preceding each Court. Moe, on Saturday, 17th, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on Saturday. 10th Morwell, on Wednesday 21st, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued Wednesday 14th. Rosedale, on Wednesday, 7th, at 11 a.m., ; summonses issued every Monday for all courts.

ROSEDALE POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 7th May, 1884. (Before A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.M., and P. Canswick, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 May 1884

ROSEDALE POLICE COURT. -O- Wednesday, 7th May, 1884. (Beforo A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.M., and P. Canswick, Esq., J.P.) Education Dep'. . C. Stagg, non at tendance of child at schoal.-Fined 10s Same v. Joe White.-Fined 10s. Joseph Price v. Charles Smith, hotel account, £3 16s. Defendant did not appear.-The Bench eliminated all the liquor, and made an order for the residuum, viz., £1 17s Pd and 5s costs. Robert Andersan v. P. Murren Work and labor done. The case had not proceeded for when plaintiff de clared he was stuck for a witness he had subpcened, but whom the police could not find to serve, and on his re quest it was adjourned to 4th June.

TRARALGON POLICE COURT. Thursday. May 8. (Before J. Peterkin Esq., and Dr. Morrison, J.'sP. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 May 1884

TPR??IALGO0 POLICE COURT. ---o- Thursdac. May S. (Before J. Peterkin Esq., and Dr. Morrison, J.'sP. T. B. Tanner v. Win. Tillotson. Unlawful assault. T. R. Tanner, farmer, Callignee, sworn, deposed: On the 23rd April I went to the defendant's paddock for my child. I found him engaged with Tillotson, and ordered him homue. Accused then caught hold of my horse's bridle and would hot let go. He also caught hold of a whip I had in my hand. He wrenched the whip from me, and threatened to lay it asn me. He let my horse run at large, and told the boy to remain where lie was, but afterwards said he might go. The boy is between 13 and 1- years old. In answer to defendant Did not threaten to ride over my son. I threatened to chastise him, but you would not allow me. The accused stated to the Bench that the boy came to him and told him he was afraid of his father, and asked his advice. I told him to wait until evening and I would go home with him. In about half an hour after plaintiff came dow...

To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 May 1884

To i.h Editor of the '1irialgon Record." Sir--Iaving a little leisure at m dizposal. and fv:lin. nan interest in the future of STrralI, I. I feel conetlained (with your kind pl?.nn-i-il) t. lake notice of a great want of te.:il atioin. o, ilthe part of her residents. with repect to improvling. the town. at least i -h,1u1l lake it ars -uch the very I'llutllid c,:l..if n her IPub'ic ln'itutionas p'lpea~"' to ife in. Dliuian my slort visit I observed tlat hi- .. e:cti ol .f wloks and periodicals at the l1.:?.iic"' wan miberablv poor. with o ocle. . t.r drlo! bo.ari ; tt therlewere nopublic u-:: h:.- ?r,r.-eretsion tr oltnd. nlo Masotie. ;li:ils:,ile. ,r Mutual Improvement Club : i - al tli I ii I ol wai. tl hat Ino piesic. or - T.r t.fi atlyv deslcription lhad been held ix,:t(1i (a lott .crN' 'grandt afir) la.t Boxie, ty. Why yvu t ave etC11noh hotel-kee pel?s i ve' ??t' .ive a -,,id ports'prvtluamme Zarlo01, theeu-'love., al a then be in-pocket nater al na?s er. Bill what appears to b...

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

A SAVAGE ASSATLT. James Quin, whose name was known in Wan~aratta in connexion with the Kellr gang, and at an earlier period with Power the bushranger,was brought before Mr M'Cormack, P.31., at Wan garatta on last Thursday morning, charged with a grevious assault upon an old widow named Anne Hart, who described herself onThErsday morning as 6 years of age. The woman, who has been in the Wangaratta hospital ever since the alleged assault on the 15:h of April. was only discharged from that institution on Thursdav,being still in a very weak state. Mr Inspector Montfert conducted the prosecution, and there were about a dozen witnesses examined, the case occupying the grea ter part of the day. The accused, who is a powerful-looking man, and was undefended, asked no questions, and declined at the end to make any state ment. The proseeutrix deposed that en the day named the prisoner and some other men came to her place, and, one of their horses breaking away, Quin asied her daughter to go i...

Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 May 1884

Correspondence. --0- To the Editor of the "T raragon Record." Dear Sir-I wish to draw attention to what I consider an injustice practised upon the residents of this district by our local bakers. In all townships along the line a Iaae loaf can be obtained for 6d. while in Traralon is not obt.iinable under 7d per 41b loaf. I fail to see why provisions should cost more here than in similar townships in the district. therefore, hope for the benefit of the nume rous lawre families, that this short letter may be inserted in your next issue, and that a revision of price may result therefrom. YourEs &Ec. SELECTOR.

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

NEW CALEDOhNTA. "The Bri bans Courier" of April 26 says :-" We would respectfully direct the attention of our southern readers to the fact that 12 French convicts were yesterday shipped from Brisbane on their way to New Caledonia. They represent what we may call our accu mulatious for the last six months of men who have successfully risked the voyage to Queensland in boats and small craft, after having evaded the watch which is kept on prisoners whose sentences have not expired. These men have cost us an infinite amount of trouble. They were arrested and kept in prison until communications were sent to the New Caledonian authorities and the legal proceeding necessary for extradition had been completed. Now, at last, we are ril of them. But it is not the trouble of which we complain. That we do not begrudge, or rather we prefer it to the alternative of retaining such men in our community. But the point which is of interest to us and all Australians is the fact that no less than 12 me...

Toongabbie. Wednesday, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 May 1884

.Toongabbie. -a-0 Trom our own correspondent. Wednesday, May 7. At present things are very dull here, tnd nothing fresh of any consequence transpiring. The goods-shed at the railway st:tifn Lhas been finished, and to commemcsrate the opening thereof, a grand ball is to be held, which I hpce will be a grand success, as the proceeds ? to the Sale Hospital. We are all anxiously looking for trrd for the new timetable on this fine, and the sooner it starts the better 1,z all, as there can be no doubt but that it will be a great benefit to the district. We are beginning to feel the effects of the long continued drought very severely, in more ways than one. Since the late bush-fires, there has not been sufficient rain to make the grass slring, and consequently there is little or no feed for stock. The creek has long Eince stopped running, and Ithe water standing in the stagnant pools has become unfit for use, so the Couu cil have instructed their engineer to Prepare plans and specification...

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

AMERICAlNJ ITEMS. -0 Weston, a : American recently walked 5000 miles in 100 days, walking 50 miles a day, excepting on Sundays. The 1st f January inaugurated a new era in the town of Metz, namely, the official use of the German lan guage. The change has naturally been eagerly greeted by the German popula tion. All female medical students in Mus sia are compelled to reside in a house provided by the authorities, and to be at home before nine o'clcck in the evening, because they are suspected to have Nihilist proclivities. The increasing number of street outrages in London is giving great un easiness. The ruffian who make gar roting a profession. are become so daring that they find their victims in well lighted and public thoroughfares. According to the latest statistics the number of Jews in the German Em pire, is 561,612, or 125 for every 10,000 of population. In Prussia the average is higher, namely 133 for every 10000, while in Hamburg it rises to 353. In the royal borough of Wncd...

No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 May 1884

The lethargy of London voters is somehing phenomenal. An impor tant meaoure regarding free libraries wa recently voted upon in the district ofBattr-ee, which has a population of 150,00), and yet less thuan 00 votes were cast. Telegrams from Western Australia bring the news of a very heavy thunder storm, in which hailstones fell resem bling pigeon' egg, and a Ilrge number of fo ls and EETeral pigs were killd. The lighming and flood which accom panied doing considerable damage. Mr B~-tisn, the celebrated piritriul ist has been expc--ed by the Archduke landolph of Au"tria Tw deaths from oer-e.sting were enquired into by London coroners in one day recently. The stoppage of the hearts action by distension of the stomach was decided to be the technical ean.e. A place of recreation, intended to give pleasure to and elevate the work ing rasees, is to be erected in the east end of Londoe. Two handred and fifty thousand dellara Rill be expended on the building.

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

Jiscellaneous.. It was intimated in the " Argus" a few dars ago that Miss Walshe, the late secretary of the Ladies' land Leasue in Ireland, had arrived in Mel tourne, and wa' ablti f be rreseated with an address from the local gover ning body of the Irish Nationa League. . That address, we learn, has been pre?ented prirstely, and was signed by Dr. O'Dohery, M.LC., of Queensland, and va?ious other officers of the League. It is underetood that Mr. J. W. Wailhe, the bro:her of this lady, has been appoited by the parent organisa?ton in Ireland to remain in the colonies, take charge of the various oranches of the League, and organise the movement generally in Auetralasia. He has been in the co!onie since the beginning of 1SS1, when he came out to lecture in the interests of the land League. He was one of the first mem bersof that body arrested in Ireland, served a term of imprisonmeat with iMr. T. IL Healey, I.P. A large and influential meetag of the Central United Great Sou:hern Railway...

MOE COAL MINING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 May 1884

MOE COAL 3INIING COMPA-Y. -o- The third half-yearly meeting of the ohareholers in this company was held on the S0 April, at Scot's Hotel, Melbnurn. Mr George Moore, the chairman of the Company, occupied the chair. There was a large atten dance, and great iterest was taken in in the reportof the directors. Since the last general meeting a tunPie has been driven 316 feet, and. of thefo!low in. dimensiom :- ieet in height, idth at bo:tr." feet, and at top 4 ?and the coal had teenreached on the pre.ios Saturday, and was of splendid quality. Two fi:e samples were on the table for the inspection of shareholders. One of them had been broken offa piece weighing about 3 cwt. The sr -az a1 in. thick in creasin inn size. As a trial shaft has been ink some time since near this spct it was known to be here only of the bove thickness, but as all the numerous bores and shafts near the lire of tunnel, and for nearly half a mile, had gone through the same sesm Sa thickness of from 2ftir. 9in. to 3ft...

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

IRBOE00 NORTH. A mracet of ratepavers of the IMir boo portion of t-e East Riding of the Earracan Shire was held at Scarlett's hotel, on Satur.ay, the 26th inst., Mr. J. W. Nicol in the chair, when the fol lowing reso:utions moved by Mr. C. Ogdlvy, were unanimously adopted, 27 ratepayers being represented:-1. That the Shire Council of N rracan be re spectfu!!l requested to make applica tion to the Hec. the Minister of Puble Works for a special grant towards raking the roads in the parish of _11ibco, !eading to the railway station, on the same prinrip'e as has been adopted in like cses in other districts: tha? the amount to be applied for shll be £2000, and ria: the ratepayers of this Iceality are most willing to co operate with :hose of the West Riding (parish of Mardaa), in obtaining a like amount or such avnmunt as they may deem necessary for their requirements. 2. That the forma:ion of the roads epecfied in the annexed echedule is essential to the welfare of the rate payver and th...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1884. SCARES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 May 1884

(Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1884, SCARES. -o- Among excitements fast subsiding, in which, we are glad to say, the Oriental Bank Catastrophe has taken place and precedence during the past week, the French Transportation Scheme has been narroned to its le gitimate scope. The Victorian Pre. mier has wisely suggested that an at titude of rampant hostility shall be abandoned. The suggestion must commend itself to all thinking men, for they at least can remember and realise that, in this respect, the wishes of United Australia cannot be said to rest on any preceding right. They rest, rather, on grounds of expediency, though resting also oai a genuine popular feeling, unlikely, however re sisted, to be transient, and to whicdt therefore, it might be judicious to de fer.. We have been told that French statesmen have kept prominently in view, contemplating Colonial extension the analogy suggested by the British Colonies of Australasia. Transporta tion is not, in itself, ...

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

NEWS AND NOTES. A most enjoyable evening was spent at the Mechanics' Hall, on Tuesday evening by about 50 ladies and gentle men, of the Traralgon neighborhood, who have formed a Private Quadrille Assembly. After the first part of the programme of dances had been dis posed of, Mr Moubray, on behalf of those present, thanked Mr and Mrs J. M'Lean for their liberality in tendering the previous dance to the company, as an impetus to forming the Assembly, this was received with acclamation, and the dancing on being resumed was kept up until an early hour. Messrs H. and W. West are about to start business as general blacksmiths in Franklin-street, they having pur chased the business carried on at the corner of Franklin and Seymour streets, opposite Mr F. Smith's saddlery shop, and are to open in the new building, next door, on Monday the 12th inst. Mr H. West is identical with that gentleman, who held the position of captain of the Traralgon Football Club last season. The report of Mr R. A...

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

lcýhar'sd M~aL'ckay, AND CO., Stock, S--ation and GENERAL cOMIISSION AGENTS. AGEs!' FO'1 Trust lEst'es, cr, -)rtgracges. lNew Z'.oea ld Loza Comp)'an0y. n,'ational oo f St;: Zralrad, Fire S 3farine London and La ashire Fire Weir Zealand .:otdo.a. AUCTION SALES cen3:credandratua tions made in a 'y ?ort of iypslanld. lZOANS gnot:iatd oe; ezsr5 description of Lander Proocrty, Stook,c ed Chattels, and every kind of o'fina, ial agency undertaken RICHARD MACKAY. & CO. ,old weekly 11 snas of horses,-Catct Pigs, Sheep, Sc., at their Tranalgon Yards 'nrry 13anday. Toongabhie yards, last tWeidnesday in each month. 31oruell yards,fr mt .lionday in each month Latrobe yards, first Tesday is each month Clearirg sales-Daily. Sorr--Aeronnt sales pro:mitly rendered. TRARALGON, MONDAY,3IAY 12 -0 lUtAltRD M.CalAT will sell at the Syards, Traralgon, on the above date 6 fat Steers 5 fat Cows 30 Bullocks 20 Steers Horses, Pi., etc, as usual. TRARALGON, 3INSDAY, MAY 12 LAND. LAND. LAND. -6 R, MIAC...

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

TOO OABBIE. S; Lt E-L . us & others - av st I ecfccommoiL.:d with I .: D : de t h:.rea::'t e jt SI EPIER P , BRI EED, ALGON " - - I ,. ,ra\l y. i li . . ern. Endr s _" - : L : t S:c dw (a i, L.. e e. irly OO . ,I i:-:.d: h L -.: 1· .\L FI I. tits arra "d, ,rth F. COR ELL, t net to Luxford s), S ALE II. E. iIenden, Tobacconist, O:itXELLER, STATIONED, ;; Fancy Goods Dealer. NRLIN ST., TRAITRLGON. it t: .0 and Lender newtpapert. W. NORRIS, Boot & shoe Hlaker5 K ;YE ST., TRARALGON. v,.:. .. : .i s r neatly made up. arie & 4Co., '1,LtTI:RS ,c UNDERTAKERS, EKrr Sr., near the bridge, TRIA . 1ALGON. Charles fflaiz, ;!IHR & HARNESS I1iEPR NORWELL. -1ri crptions of Saddles and Bar r..is trade and kept in stock. L.-1: . x5cuted with neatness and despatch. l !" s:rr ,ork done in firet-class Stile. 1 OR WE LL Cheap Boot Store. CHARLES PEARCE Oa:an a., G n, ad Colonial Bo ot, al ;¢" d -'.a d . . d ,:&ntloa horo tei . W. B. Stephenson, SADDLER ND HARNE SS MA...

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

TRARIALGOK MARKETS. - 0 Monday. R. Mackay and Co. report :-At our Mon day's sale we yarded 70 head. We sold heifers at £3; 3 yr old steers at £3 10s. £5 was offered for a lot of very nice young bul locks but declined; on the whole Monday's market was dull. The want of rain evident. ly operating against business. Horses. Hacks, £8 10s. English, Little, and Co. report:-Store Cattle.-Bidding dull, and a great many lots passed. We sold-Store cows, £2 4s to £3; do. in forward condition £3 3s to £3 12s ; I to 2 years heifers, £2 to £2 16s; 3 years steers, £4 5s to £5, latter in good condition; 3yrs heifers, £3 10s, in good condition. Pig small porkers 20s ; small slipslds. ;acre of land at Norwell, £11. Traralgon Produce Thursday afternoon. J Peterkin & Co report - Wheat, 3s2d to 3s4d ; barley, feeding, 2s 3d to 2s Gd; English, for bright plump samples, 3s Gd to 3s 8d; oats,2s 4d to 2s 7d; peas up to Ss; flour from £9 to £9 10s a ton ; potatoes £2 10s; cheese 4d to 5d per ib; butt...

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

liscellaneous. The following memorandumhas been handed to the "Cooktown Courier". the Rev. Mr Gill of the L.Mf.S.,referring to the shooting affray at Dufaure In land:-" The teachers at Dinner Island and South Cape, told me that in Feb ruary last Captain Nicholas was trading at Dufaure Island, Orangerie Bay. Whilst his attention was directed to some matter, a slice of tobacco, torn off for the purchase of food was stolen. Captain Nicholas shot, in consequence, three natives-one through the chest, another through the hand, and the third through the leg or foot (native language is indeterminable). The man shot through the chest is said by the teachers at South Cape to be recovering as were also the others. At Dinner Island I was told be was dead. Such occurrences are unfortunate, as they lead to reprisals-the innocent often suffering for the guilty; and when the natives retaliate they get blamed wrongfully.-W. W. GILL." The " Cooktown Courier" adds .--" We en tirely concur ins Mr Gill'...

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