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Toongabbie. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 16 May 1884

Toongabbie. -o From our own correspondent. Tuesday. I am sorry to state that a rather s? vere accident happened to one of the Toongrbbie to Walbhalla line of coaches on the 10th May. While comic; down from Walhalla (the road had be come dangerously slippy from showers that had fallen througout the day) ao that part of the road known as the 'o!. mount," the coach though firmly hell by the brake skidded on to the hor. ses, causing ore of the animals to get his leg over the trace, and through t1e near side wheel, coming suddenly into a rut, the coach was overturned. There were only two passengers on the coach at the time, both on the bot seat, one of whom, Mr Prall, had hbl leg broken above the ankle, the other, had a bruise on the thigh, he walked lame, but did not complain of being otherwise hurt. Great credit is due to Mr J. Rodgers, the driver, who never lost his presence of mind, and although much injured stuck to his horses even after the coach had capsized, I hear that Mr J. Bun...

THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 16 May 1884

TH1E GAZElTTE. -0 The following have been appointed by the Railway Commissioners to seize any person cffendinii against the pro viious of the 1 Sth see. of the Public Works Statute 165.--At Traralgon, Richard Burge: at Toongabbie, M. OBrien; at Cow;nar, HIenry Taylor; at Ileyfield, Philip iKeegan. Applications from persons desirous of being employed in the Foot Police Force, will be received at the Victoria ]Barr:acks, Melbourne. Particulars, see Gzctte. A Local Land Board will be held on June 10, at Traralgen, and on June l9, at Sale. Licenses revoked--Angus McInnes, 100a, at Ycerung; do. 67a, at Narrang; John Gebbie, 320a, BEdgerce. Transfer of Li ecs registered--E. Kelleer, to Ii, 0'Flnherty, 201a 1r i1p, at Traralgone; L. A. B,. Manton to C. Manton, 307a 3r 9p, at Iirbloo ; W. Ltlkeland to Dl. McLean, 227a Or 3p, at Poowong. Tenders-FePncing Police; Station, afnlife. Close on 22nd May.. h Impoundings-Mafira, to be sold on 30th May: red cow, brandcd GL con joined off rump. To be ...

AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 16 May 1884

AMERIIC'AN ITEMS.. A smokeless locomotive engine that uses crude.naptha for fuel is running experimentally on the Eastern railroad, between Boston and Portland. Crossed electric wires caused a fire in the office of the chief engineer of the 3Boston fire departmeat the we-k before last. An early discovery prevented anything serious. E. W. Fellows, of Cleveland, Ohio, has succeeded, it is reported, in invent ing a way to take instantaneous and permanent photographs upon any sub stance having a smooth surface by the action of electricity. The expense is less than one cent. for each picture. New York is beginning to talk about a World's Fair eight years hence. The son of a bishop was arrested in Was:,ington on Friday week for stealing a watch. A four-year-old boy in Springfield, Ohio, is said to smoke strong cigars with apparent relish. An Englishmen, who professes to be Lord Aylesboro, is reported to have opened a hotel at Big Springs, Texas. The bachelors and maidens of St. Patrick's ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 16 May 1884

iUcha', I~ackay2 .:,ND CO., Storik, Station and GENERAL CO E1ISSION AGENTS. AGENIS FOR Trust Zstates, and ]Mortgagees. Yew eZealand Loan Company. National of Sree Zealand, Fire fi Marine Lodon and Lancashire Fire ewt Zealand Accident AUCTION SALES conductedandralua. tions made in any part of Gilppsland. LOANS negotiated on every description of Landed P'roperty, Sloek,and Chattels, and every kild oJ finaacial agency ondertaken ?ICHAItI) MACKAY, & CO. hold weekly sales of liorses, Cattle, Pigs, Sheep, hc., at their Trmalgon sards every 31onday. Toon?gabie bards, last TWednesday in each month. .'lomrell yards, frst .[onday in each month Lotrole yard, frirt Tuesday in each month Clearing sales-Daily. Noar:-Aeeolnt sales promptly rendered. TRARALGON, MONDAY,M1AY 10 • -o- PtICHARD MACK1AY will sell at the Syards, Traral.n, on the above date Team of walking bullocks Draught filly, 3 years old 10 head Steers and Ilhifers. 20 head Steers 8 pigs, well forward 1 brood sow TRARALGON, MO...

Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

ITaiseellaneous. -0 Soon after the mysterious disappear ance from Melbourne of a young man named Robert Scott Gregory, the detec tive police were called upon to make inquiries, and are now in possession of particulars of some serious crimes which he committed prior to his disap pearance. It will be recollected, (says the " Daily Telegraph") that a boat containing some of his clothing was found adrift at one of the water-side suburbs. The police are satisfied now that this was a ruse to delay pursuit, Gregory knowing that some of his crimes must be discovered. At the time of his disappearance he was carry ing on the business of a stock and station agent, but prior to that was an employee in a bank, and a fe'low em ployee of the officer who was in charge of the Borsham Bank when the recent sensational robbery of some thousand pounds' worth of notes was committed. tie occasionally visited Horsham, where his brother, recently convicted of serious forgeries, resided, and inquiry was made...

Latest Intelligence Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

Latest mIntelligenlce By Electric Telegraph. (From our own correspondent.) Thursday evening. The French Messagerie Steamer Caledonien 4128 tons, got aground to day off Brighton, but was floated off without damage. A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a lady State school teacher, for obtaining jewe!ery from a Mel bourne firm under the false pratence that it was for a presentation for which subscriptions had been paid. The chaepion boat race at Pydney was won easily by IlHanlon. Lord Wolseley will t eke command c.f 10,000 of ail arms to be despatched in the autumn for the rescue of Gene ral Gordon, unless he shall have ,ffec ted his escaope mcanwhi e. They will land at tuakim and p-oceed via Ber ber to Khartoum. * Arguments are proceeding before Judge [Molesworth in the equity court for the local winding up of the Orien tal Batink Morgan, the Panmnre murderer, is ( actually hopeful of a reprieve, impror ing in spirits, eating, drinking, and b sleeping well. Melbourne Pig Market...

DROUIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

DROIIN MARKET. 3Icsrs. Win. Hamilton and Co. report We held our tsual mouthlil market at at rouin on Satarday. 17th inst. There was a fair amoant of ?c(?:c yardled. We sold milkin? CowS to Cli£ Gs.; dry cows to ?1 17, Cd to L, 15s; and store cotw at :C2 los: nlso hoes frotm C 155s to £t13 17; td for harness aorts and hacks to C8.

Rosedale Races. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

Rosedale Races. ---o- The following are the acceptances and entries for the above races to be held to mosorow .AIDEN HURDLE RACE. H. 7Mortimer's Planet J. Rowley's Ladybird R. Templeton's Mavourneen J. Rowley's Blue Gown G. Rintoull's Blue Bell. MUAIDE PLATE. H. 3fortimer's Planet J. Rowley's Bismarck J. Rowley's Ladybird M. Farley's Brunette T. Norton's Tommy HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE, St lb J. 1"Grade's b g Moonlight, aged 12 0 T. Norton's ch g Union Jack, 4 yrs 9 7 G. Rintoull's Blue Bell 9 7 ROSEDALE HANDICAP, J. M'Grade's b g Ard Righ, 4 yrs 9 4 R. Templeton's Mavourneen 7 7 E. A. Johnson-Boe's b g Orphan, 5 yrs. 6 10 HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. J. 'Grade's b g Pride, aged 11 10 T. Norton's ch g Union Jack, 4yrs 9 10 R. Templeton's Litte John 9 4 SELLING FLAT RACE. J. Rowley's Bismarck (L20) W. M'Comb's Waxy (L20) Mortimer's Dandy (L20) 1. Farley's Brannette (L20) W. Rodgers' Fearnaught (L20 W. Irwin's Dazzle (L20) Thos. Norton's Tommy (L20) E. A. Johnson-EBe's Byron (L20) At a meeting o...

SALE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

SATE 31AMClET. Mc'sr' E]nglish. Little and Co. report At MatIra. ot Friday, bidding was not quite as brik as usual. owiing mainly to the large numbers on tle road to MIianeroo, and a great many of which will be forwanrd this week. :ulllcks sold from £nt s to £3 8s; S yrs. steers 1L3 to £3 as: store cows. £2 os to £3 .t.; 18 months heifers £2. At ale prices much brihker than the day before: 18 months to 2 yrs.heifers and steers, £3 2 6id; bullocks 4 yrI. £.l 15s to £3 10 ; forward conditioned cows. £3 as to £ 3s ; 2 and 3 yrs steers. £3 Ss to £ - 5s; calves £1 s (id to £1. S. Sheep -Brisk enquiry for fat, and we lre nhae e rol btuyers and could place any number at good prices. On Saturday. at Sale, we sold 250 store crossbred ewes ill very low conditionl broken mouthed, 5s to fis. Pigs.-Good demand for bacon pigs and porkers, stores not so brisk. IHorse.-All classes slightlyeasier We quote-l eavy draughts. £25 to £30 medium, £13 to £22; 'bus and coach sorts £91 to 1.6 ; Indlians, £13...

LIST OF COURTS. POLICE COURTS— MAY, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

LIST OF COURTS. FoULIC COURTS M.AY 1884. 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.; sunlmuonses issucd on Saturday. 10th Morwell, on Wednesday 21st, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued Wednesday 14th. IRosedalc, on Wednesday, 7th, at 11 a.m.,; summonses issued every Monday for all courts.

MORWELL POLICE COURT. Wednesday, May 21st, 1884. Before A. W. Howitt Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

MOIIWELL POLICE COuRT. -o- Wednesday, May 21st,1SSI. Before A. W. Howitt Esq., P.M. Inspector of licensed premises v. Eli Knight, selling liquor without a license at Twelve-mile township, on the Mirhoo railway, on the 3rd March, 18S4. This arose from evidence that was given in connexion with the Faigh stabbing affray. Mr Guest conducted the prosecution ; while Mr Smith ap peared for the defence. After hearing the evidence against the defendant, the case was postponed, on the application of the defendant's so:icitor for the pur pose of obtaining witnesses. Williams v. Irving-Goods sold and delivered, £8S. No appearance, struck out. Hopkins v. Hogan-Goods sold and delivered, £3 Os 32d. Order for amount with 17s 6d costs. G. Firmin, application for a carrier's license. Granted. T. Stuckey-Application for a car rier's license. Granted. Mrs Walsh applied for a. special temporary license at tihe Twelve-mile. Postponed for one month for the pur pose of obtaining a report from the po lice. ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

A0D) CO., Stock, Station and GENEI:IAL COIIISSION AGET;S. C FOR Trust iEitates, and .Itorhltages. s Xoaw Zealand Loan Cone"is. S 'ation:al of .,iet Zloa ni, Fire , iarine ii Loidon cd I.amashire Fire New Z,4rl,?al Accident AUCIO()N S IES co?.le trdandralua- 1 lions naie in any part of e ialqsland. " LOAN\S nesotiatlE on t,ly dcscription ot Landeld l?lrtiy, Stoi, ad Chattels, atrl t ICIIA\I) .CICAY .: CO. hol ceeoly 1 .Ca.s of liorscs, (at le, figs, Sheep Sda ., et their Trawlgon Yar,i s recriy lonlday. Tcoonaiie yards, lasit ; elidnesday in each month. !ona; ,l pardi, fra iohty in cac e monthi Lar:;uel yarl's, .frsT . Trles tay ;in cach Mronth Cleari,eq salis--lily. NoTn:--rrAccoat ales prorettly tendered. NOiI'W ELL, MNODAY, MAY 21. -o R At CKAY : a CO.. ''r.lgaig n, otill sell at --ý' XellrcLcr' y '. rwell, on the iboc datIe 35 ht.ul mi: ler cdattle in tuleth k and Stct. Toongab'?ie, Wedne: i 0day, 28th nMay, 1884. -o I(ll D 3 IA(K.\Y & CO..Trrat'a!lgon. Swill sell on the ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

Comuiercinal Hotel, TOONGABBIE. 131i.tCL\L Tral'el'ers & others t aurav, be accommodated with o , le or Double Conveyances. So Jidle Horses on hand. 4AgLS- SHEPIERDf" PROPRIETOR. g, BREED, fanily Butcher, ave Street, Traralgon. ?:ebut tChe bst quality of meat kept. il1 Gcod firesh every day. Charges moderate. C, E. IV. Jones, Franklin Street, TRARALGO N. *!IICAL WATCII & CLOCK MAKER. Silver-smith and Jeweller, e:iianu and Sewing Machinist. :;c : ,,e Charce -, Punctuality, and G ood wcerkianslip guaraneed. :::o- sn:d ,Uitlrellao repaired on the shortcet notice. Ai tiie ll1stography. -C I.Tsrrtd 1 from Lodon, and nows in .:n ice at .CO01INELL'S S\LE STUDIO, Mr. Oliver Godfrey, r,:;`d operator frso the eminent firmo of :r a, Sonr, b11irh olborno. tUder his *i1err?io, te lighting of the studio (a S?err.riours woe) hIer been t entirely re .:: I sl r n r accessories arranged, trith c'i ' iew to the production of artistic S..aperior to any yet realised in Gipps ;c cell be l...

TRARALGON MARKETS. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

TItARALGON MARKETS. -o Monday. English, Little, and Co. report:-Store Cattlye-Notmany forward, and owners re serves too high. Wc sold good condition cows, £1 its to .l;; store cows, £2 5s to £3 s Gd.t; 2 yrs heifero, £2 to £2 6is; 2 yrs steers, £2 Ss; I yrs steers, £4 lls; calves, £1 5s. Fat Cattle-What was in sold well, light cows, £5 to £0 ; fat steers, £3 to £7 2s c6d. R. Mackay and Co. report :-Stock.-There were only a limited number of cattle forward. We sold bullocks LA 1s ; hacks to L13 17s Gdt; vealers 2Ss. A S3ILean & Co. report :-Sot many cat tle forward on Molnday, but those that were sold freely. We sold fat cows at £3 2s5 d. 1. los; LO. to Li 12s ld. Fat bullocks to 1.10. We also sold a team of working bul locks at L10 1Is all round, and a waggot at 1201 lOs. Traralgon Produce Tlthursday afternoon. J Peterkin & Co relort - Wheat, ds 3d to os Od ; barley, feedling, 2s 5d to 2s Sd ; Etnglwlh, for bright plump samplles, hs lid to 3s Sd; oats,2s 1o to 2s 7d;...

THE FRENCH IN TONQUIN. London, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

THE FRENSCH IN TOSQULT. London, May 20. The French Government hare acquired the rights and interests passed by the Belgian International Association <ver the various trading stations founded on the Congo by H. 3M. Stanley on behalf of the association.

European News. AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN Cairo, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

European News. --o- (From the "Argus.") AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN Cairo, May 18. Intelligence has been received here from Berber that M. Cuzxi, a subordi nate British agent residing at that place, has been captured by a party of hostile Arabs near Abu Hamed. M. Cuzzi had at the time left the town, and was fleeing in a northerly direc tion, when he fell into the hands of the Mahdi's adherents. London, May 1S. At the beginning of the year M. Jules Ferry, the French Premier, promised at an early date to introduce a measure for the revision of the con stitution, the object being to limit the powers of the Senate on questions of finance. The Chambers will meet to morrow, and H. Ferry proposas during the present session to bring forward a mrasure to greatly entail the powers of the Senate. Londa, May 20. The latest news from the Soudan is of a disquieting character. The Arab insurgents have made a raid in the vicinity of Suakin, and captured 1000 head of catle. The magazine at Abu Hgned, whic...

STABBING AFFAIR AT BULN BULN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

STABBING AFFAIR AT BULS BULN. Mir William Walker, the wellkunown publican at hult Buln, had a very n?r row escape from serious mjalry oni Saturday night Lss. It appears thnt an old man named 3I'Farlane, abat sixty years of age, called at ti?e T'ri Club Hotel about five o'clock aol asked for a drink. He was supplied with two glasses of beer. After night fill he wanted a third, but as he had sufficient it was refused him. .M'Far lane was requested to leave, and had got as far as the verandab, when he turned round and made a sudden thrust at Mr Walker, who was close behind him. Mr Walker felt a seusa tion of pain instantly, and exclaimed that he was stabbed. In the ac: of making a second thrust, M'Farlano was caught by the hands, but wrench. ing himself from the hold made off as fast as possible. Two men named Tant arid Connor, attracted by the noise gave chase, caught and secured the culprit, and a messenger was sent for Constable Commans, who was quickly in attendance. The knife, whi...

MORWELL. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

-o \We3nesday Last e euing in response to written invitatons sent by a committee com posed of our principal residents, ai out thirty couple uest at Mr Murdoch's Assembly Hall, to spend a sria: evening, several visitors from Tnralron, Narracan, ilirboo, etc., being amo a the number. The r oin was found to be very suitabl,, for dancing, the flt: being very good, while the large rootm at the rear of the s'age, which is en tered by a door on each side, made :an excellent supper room, and teo tables were kept lader. during the whole of the evening with a Il ire thanl usual array of the gool thinga thi t tire u'lit1 on such occas:ons. The evening itas most enjoyable, a.d the several town ships of the distr:et being repres.n:e,, tu"nded to-hliow the Kini(ly di posit il the res:eiu s feel towitrdu their :cein- bore. I think such friendily m,, tii are calculated to benefit irah ani all, and should be encouraged. The co: mittee deserve high encomiums fIr the very creditable manner in which t:...

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