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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

-U, WVESLEYAN CHURCH. Rev. Francis Jolly, at Traralgon ... 7 p.m. Toongabbie ... 11 a.m. Eaglehawk ... 2"30 p.m.

ARALGON POLICE COURT. Thursday, December 27, 1883. Before Dr Morrison J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

IALGO, POLICE COURT. hursda, December 27, 1883. Before Dr Morrison J.P. mothy Hogan was brought up on rTe of threatening to take the fbhi wife, and also with carrying d firearms notable 1Mackay, of Toongabbie, ed that on the 26th a man rode the station at Toongabbie, along the prisoner, and intormed himl IHogan had made an att-nmpt to tIe life of Nlrs Hogan. He found aded revolver and the box of car ps roduced in the 1.ossession. f ironer. He wisbed to obtain a d f.r eight days to p:ocure wit The remand was granted and Surt od'journed.

The Traralgon Record Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1883, THE NEW YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1883, THE NEW YEAR. The NIew Year is at hand. There is perhaps no very good reason why we should do or say anything particular on the First of January, next Tuesday. It opens the Calendar, but it opens nothing else-not even Parliament. If anything, it marks a dead time in politics, but a living one in nature. But events will run over it as if it were not there. The prospect we shall see from it will be just the prospect we have seen from the last day of the old year. The change will be but twenty four hours progress towards the hori zon of the future. Yet as the yearly date is altered, we shall hear, in fancy, Time waving its wing for another flight, and nations and men, leaving the past behind them, renewing their hopes-their hopes, if not their forebodings.: Bel!-ringing and merry-making will hail the little stranger, which may turn out to be a year of war, of panic, or of pestilence. We all know, if we have lived long, that in ...

Communicated. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

Communicated. The concert and ball in the eve was a great success, and olard, new hall was praised by ever) T'!n finds of the Catholic Church rceive,. a nice supplemeult, and thanks of members are duo to M3 Irving, C. Iryin,, and Somerville, lessrs Irvine, MuIrd.ch, and Faitrb also to the Darlimurla Dlinstrele, their valuable servies We were not able to obtain results of races on account ofdis .ith the V. R. O.

FIELD AND GARDEN. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

FIELD AND GARDEN. -o-0 DECEMBER. .-:-o- Orchard and Vineyard.--Continue to thin and support the shoots of vines, and apply sulphur. The berries should be thinned' in the bunches where fiie grapes 're .desired. Watch for and destroy caterpillars. Cut off straw berry runners. Thin the fruit of orange trees 'as soon as it is. set. Flower Garden:-The latest dahlias and gladioli shotild be planted on the beginning of the month. Heaths, rhdodoiendrons, azaleas, and otherfine rooted plants as well as all others that have been recently planted, should have liberal supplies of water in dls weather, and the soil mulched with short grass. Slacken the 'ties of rose. buds as soon as 'it is sure' they. have taken, and cut back the top of the'stock when the bud appears ready to start. Put in pink pipings. Kitchen Garden. Another sowing of brussels sprouts, kale, red cabbage, savoys, and brocoli may be made in the course of this month; likewise a good bed of cabbage and cauliflower. Plant out celer...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

H. BREED, imily Butcher, Kaye Street, Traralgon. one but the best quality of meat kept. 1Gtood hef ever a Charges moderate. C. E. IV. Jones, Franklin Street, TRARALGO N. CTICAL WATCH & CLOCK IMAER. Silversmith and Jeiveller, , ician and Sewing Machinist. Moderte Chaes. Punltu lit and Good Workamnship guaranteed. aralgon Bakery ,. L. GALBRAITH, RIPASTRYCOOK & CONFECTIONER TAtI this opprtnnity of thanking ublie of Tmralgon, and surmundtng diStriet, for tronaoee hhas receied from them during the re rears, and would oltieit a conFtinuation f S favor for the futurem. sr:es of the b.st quality on hand. Fruit in its' season. E. -H. enden,.i 0 K S E LLER, STATIONER, and Fancy Goods Dealer. NKLIN ST., T'RARALGON. Agent for A and bader newspapers. W NORRIS, o t& Shoe Maker, KATE Sr., TRRALGON. cy Slipper neatly male up. Murie & Co., PENTERS & UNDERTAKERS, KATE Sr., near the bridge, TRARIALGON. Charles Haiz, DLER & ,HARNESS MIAKER, MOIOUWELL. ude...

LIST OF COURTS. JANUARY, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

LIST OF COURTS. JANUARY, 1884. PouLI ConrTS- AMurwell, on 8th; summonses issued on 2nd Traralgon, on 10th and 24th; summonses issued every Thursday Moe, on 26th; summonses issued on 19th ltosedale, on 21st; summonses issued every Monday Toongabbic, on 22nd; summonses issued on 15th -c WARDEN's COURT Moe, on 26th, at 10 am.

MORWELL CATTLE MARKET Monday, December 24. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

MO3PWELL CATTLE sMANKET --o- Monday, December 24. Mackay Wilkes & o, report We sold at MI rwell, on the 24th instant, several lots of cattle at satis factory prices. Mr. Applegate's cows, stores, L2 17a Gd. Mr. M'Gaurin's yearlings, 31s. Mr. Wilthotz's cows to G1s. The market was lively and biddings spirited. S XLE MARKETS. ---0-- IMerrs R. Guthridge and Co. report :-Ft eatttle.-Market easier and de mandslack. We sold at Maffra, cows, L3 17s Gd to 1.4; bullocks, L5 5s to L7 os Gd, and at Sale, cows L4 Os to L5 10; also privately, cows at L5 5s; bullocks, LT. Sutre Cattle.-Prices about same as last report, but demand not brisk. Moderate supply forward. We sold at Maffra, cows to L3 7s, and at Sale, cows, L2 Gs to L3 3s; steers and heifers, L2 9s to L3 ; milkers firm, sales to L4 10s. We disposed of a team of working bullocks at LG 15s, without tackling. Horses.-Good sorts firm ; other kinds dull. We yarded several odd animals on Saturday which sold up to L22. Sheep.-Good dema...

MORWELL. December 27. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

in HtV HIOILRVELL. .s From our ovn corrtsponien, id December 2;7,i Now that the weather is becomi'e warmer, snakes are turning up o ra frequently than is pleasant. . ifgl days igo Mrs. Carn-ll, of MirbĀ», lbh her dwelling for a sih rt time, and robo' away Miss Bear of Tarwin IW1d a:'l her little brother, went into Carni';d when the boy, noticing a large swta crossing the floor shouted out to i' sister, who gave a bound and stepiit over the rrptile, whic' spr.lng at :S( striking her onl thl bre.ist and c'n tlhn glided away fortunatly withm infleting any wound The gy screams attracted the ne;ghbours w searching for the snake found it i1r colonial oven, and dispatched it. ' have to record another case of E brave gir', of tiis township, whi wr going to milk a cow when Fise obserl a snakegliding a!ong inthe gralsshbefd her, she had no stick withinu reacb, ! had the coolness t) follow it and: guided by circumstances. It fini arrived ati-a hole and when half down, tlhe brave girl placed her...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

ELECTORAL NOTICE. -0 I IIERlEBY N, TIFY that copies of the GENERAL LI-T of persons claiming to be ent t:ed to vote far the Trardl-on Division of the Electoral Di-tnrct of Sou h Gippslanl are now in nly posoessioo, andi may be inspeectd by any ecrscns interested therein, until the Itevtion Court, on 18th January next. 'IIAitLES DU YVE, December 21, 18S3. TRARALGON ]XECIIANICS' INSTITUTE, ---o-. -0 The Attnal Meeting of subseribers will be held in the above hall, on Wednesday, 9th Januar, 18S4,at Sp.m. Bcsi. ass To receire Balance Sheet and Report for past year; and the Election of a new Committee. t r, . II. MUNRO, lion. See TRARLGON DI)ISPENSARY -o Cold drawn and tasteless CASTOR OIL. FINEST QUALITY Imported from Italy. -0 Sold only at the above place; in bottles at Gd. and Is. each. H. M'NEIL, E ' Will offer Ladies' Gentlemen a and Child ren's Boots and Shoes, of all description, at Melbourne prices during the holidays. FRANKLIN ST., TRARALGON COLONIAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. CAPITAL ...

THE CONCERT, [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

THE CONCERT, In aid of the funds of the local Cricket Club, was held in the evening in the Mechanics' Hall, and was very well attended, there being close upon 240 present. The proceeds will be a welcome donation to the Treasurer, as the Club, having got their balance on the wrong aide of the Bank book, were eaaly in want of the 'needful,' which the L10, that it is estimated will accrue after the expenses are paid, will set rig'.t again. Mr Mowbray, the captain of the Cricket Club, acted as chairman, and alter stating the object for which the Concert was held, thanked those who had taken part in the sports, promising something better on the next occasion. The following programme was then proceeded with-Part I,-Iustrumental duct, piano, "Song oa the Goldfinch" by Misses White, very nicely executed; song, "Hark, rk rk, how the aili wind blows," by Mr Wallace, was veryp - received; a recitation, "Virginia" (Mlacaun~i by Mr R. Mackay, was well worthy of api in any concert, and was duly a...

THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

THE GAZETTE. -c Mirboo and Narracan South.-Land withheld from sale, leasing, and licen sing, and excepted from occupation for residence or businer s under any miner's right or business license.-320 acres, more or less, county of Buln Bulu, parishes of M irboo and Narracan South: commencing at the south-west angle of W. H. Penaluna's 19th section block, parish of Mirboo, bounded thence by a lit e bearing west to the east boundary of R. Irving's block; thence by the last-mentioned block and a line bearing north 73 chains; thence by a line bearing east to the wtst I;oundary of W. H. Penalnna's block aforesaid; and thence by that block bearing south westerly and south to the point of commencement. The following application for a license, under the Land Act 1869, has been refused-Mlary A. hlills, 149a, Moe. Lease transferred from section 20 of the Land Act 1869, to section 4 of the Land Act 1880-John F. Robinson, 200a; Rosedale. Application for license approved Isartin Cumm:ns, l94a, Yin...

BROTHER GARDNER'S PHILOSOPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

BROTHER GARDNER'S PHILO SUPHY. --o Gem'len, dar am a few things I would like to cell your 'tenshun to. De sezun has now arrove for pulin' ole hats and pillars outer de broken windows, an' I seize de occashun to ax you to remem ber. Dat a front gate off its hinges means a slip-shod man in de honse Dat a red nose means a hungry flour barr]l. Dat no man eber got work sittin' on de fence an' discussin' de needs of de kentry. Dat de leis pollyticks a man has de mo' cash le ken pay his grocer. Dat a fam'ly which nebber borrows nor lends keeps nayburs de longest. Dat beauty will starve in the parlor whar' e mmon sense will grow fat in de kitchen Dat do world am full o' mice holes, an' all de cats need to do am watch an' wait Dat economy dean' mean buyin' kahker for yer wife an' broadcloth for yerself Dat progress dean' mean fittin' ole doabs to new buildins. Dat liberty doean' gin you de right to eat anoder man's chickens Pat success achieved by rascality am a fishnet made o' yarn. Let us ...

OUR YOUNG MEN. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

OUR YOUNG MEN. To the Editor of the "Trarolgon Record'. Dear Sir,-Now that we have advanced so far that we are able to say that we can support a newspaper to champion ou" cause-progress, and can boast of two banking institutions I think it nearly time our young men put their heads together and initiated proceedings fir the purpose of forming a Mutual Improvement, Debating, or other kindred society, where they could most profitably spend a small portion of their time, doing good, not only to themselves, to many others, by supply ing amusemen.t and instruction that would keep them from far more ques tionable places. We. have, without a doubt, many promising young men in our 'midst, to whom ouch assemblies would, I feel certain, prove a great blessing in after life. A-nother thing I might mention is a a seemieg want of the martiai spirit so natural to British subjecs-in the towns on the eastern portion of Vic to is. Why there is not a corps of Volunteers at Sale, I really cannot tell, ...

Traralgon Athletic Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

Traralgon Athletic Sports. Boxing-Day dawned on Traralgon with every appearance of unsettled weather, and up until after 12 o'clock showers of rain fell at intervals, but after this the sun shone out in all hli splendour and dispelled all gloom. The programme was not started before a-quarter puat 12 o'clock, from which time the committee, judges, etc., were kept very busy, and we must compli. ment them on so successfully carrying out the programme. This is what might be called the first Athletic Sports' Meeting here, certainly there has been such amusement provided before, but on nothing like the same scale, so that if a few faults could have been found they are to be overlooked. Private parties were seen enjoying themselves, some by dancing, others by a friendly chat. The day's income we believe, will give a credit balance to the Cricket Club, which is highly satisfactcry, they giving good prizes, and not expecting a return. Thl judges were Messrs M'Intosh and H. C. Jones, and the ...

THE AUSTRALIAN NAVAL STATION. London, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

THE AUSTRALIAN NAVAL STATION. London, December 20. It is reported that Her Majesty's sloop.of-war Pelican, 1130 tone, six eunA, I.ieutenant ThomRon Maclean has been ordered to proceed to the Australian naval station.

MISCELLANEOUS. Calcutta, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

MISCELLANEOUS. f -o Calcutta, December 22. It is announced that the Indian e Governmnet has agreed to it ccmpro- f mi-e with regard to the 'Ilbert Bill, t which provides that Europeans may, It somne cases, be tr.ed by ntive judges. The bill, in its amended form, con tains a clause to the effect that in all trials where Europeans are concerned, they are to be er.titled to demned that the jury shall contain a majority of their countrynmen. St. Petersburg, Dec. 21. An accicent occurred to-day to His Imperial Higlhness the Czar of Russia while out huntinr. Hits Majesoy fell from his hors) and sustained an injury to his shoulder, which, however, is not believed to be of a very serious charac ter. London, December 21. The trial of the 10 prisoners who were a'rested by the Glasgow police it September last, charged with being concerned in ti?e dynamite explosion at the Caledonian IRailway Stat.on in January, was eoLCluded at Glasgow to-day. Five of their number were sentenced to penal servi...

Correspondence. HAZELWOOD TEA MEETING. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

Corresponldel Ie. HAZELWOOD TEA MEETING. To the Editor of theo "Traralgon Record." Sir,-Kindly allow me to correct an omission, in your report of the North Hazelwood Tea Meeting, of the names of Mrs Watson Mrs Flewin and Miss Summers, they having prepared the dainties which we had the pleasure of distributing in the evening; Mrs T. Watson, Mrs Rentoul, Mrs Henchell, and Mrs Blair also substantislly as sisted us, so that we could not therefore silently take to ourselves the credit which so justiy belongs to them, and I am sure we eimll not be slow to call on them again. Yours, etc., ONE OF TOHE LADIES. Hazelwood, Dec. 20, 1883.

BANQUET TO MR SPEIGHT London, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

BANQUET TO MIR SPEIGRT London, December 22: A banquet was given last night to "1r Richard Speight, late assistant general manager of the Midla d Rail way Company, who has been appointed chairman of the commissioners for the Victorian railways, and who leaves for M-lbourne in a few days. Sir Wm. Harcourt, the Secretary of State for the Home department, pre sided, and 300 gentlemen werepresent including AIr Murray Smith, the Agent-General for Victoria. The eha rman of the Midland Rail way Company and the earl of Derby, the Secretary of State for the Colonies who were among the guests, both spoke in high terms of Mr Sneight's abilities and the services he had rendered t, the company, with which lie had for some years been connected. Mr Speioht was presented with a purse containing 2000 guineas, and with a handdsome dessert service, valued at 800 guineas.--" Argus" cablegram.

WARLIKE ATTITUDE OF THE FRENCH PRESS. Paris, December 25. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

WARLIKE ATTITUDE OF THE FHENCH PRESS. Paris, December 25. The tone of the French press towards China has completely changed since the receipt of the news that the fortress of Sonany has been captured. Whereas previously the leading papers advocated mediat;on, they now declare themselves averse to any such step,andrecommend the Government to carry on a vigorous warfare against the Black Flags.

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