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Toongabbie. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

Toongabbie. -0o From our own correspondent. Wednesday. Things have been looking lively here the last neek or so, and the train, amongst other things,eeemed unusually busy, as no less than four specials visited Toongabbie for piles alone. Howerer, the second passenger train, promised by the Commissioners, which I understand is to start on the first ef the month, will be a great acquisition to the travelling public, and sboul4 also assist in clearing some of s!a'ins which are terribly blocked at present. The balltst train also passes through three times a day on its wsy back and fr ward to the gravel-pit near Cowwarr. The water-boLing apparatus is pro. gressing and hopes are entertained of soon getting an abundant supply. News from the Soudan s'ates that the Governor-General of Darfur has been compelled to surrender to the Mahdi. On the otherhand, the Gover nor of D ,ngola has defeated the insur gents and retaken Debbeh, which was recently captured by them.--"Argus."

NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

NEWS AND NOTES. We would draw the shire councillor's attention to Seymour street, Trarolgon leading up to the Cattle Sale Yards. After a little rain the street is almost unfit for traffic. As there is a cot si derable number of attendants at these sales every Mosday, and an increasing amount of wet weather to be expec ted, the d scomfort at present felt can not be expected to improve as the winter advances. Leading towards the old township, near the sawmill, there is a also gully crossing the road. which it is only possible for foot passengers to pass at one end-a narrow slip. This is a short cut from the old town ship to the railway station, and is much used. In fact, although in the very centre of the town this street cannot be said to have yet been formed, but no doubt this will be attended to, now that attention has been drawn to it, for the Traralgon councillors resident here are ever ready to look after the interests of the town. although they have held back a great deal to al...

AMERI AN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

AlMEER AN IT.ri?S. -u--· A Mrs Mary Miler It s received a license frotm the aIt n orities to net as ca. tain of ,: ..ea.bant runlling to and from Nwiv Orleans. Pro. Swnfr, of Rohes er, has ri ce,:tly iscot red , new kel.u'a in tilhe h,:iv ns, menlinig In re t' an nin?tV 0o those- taint d:-ots of i'ght which lie hal ena' o.-, lid. The Ohio L- gisninre has made proti-ion tur biinging the rutmains of th- d stinguishcd war ecrrespondentt, J. A. 3I'? ? ', fr mn Cor stantinople to thi tfor bIrial. Ari , ilfrt is l:-ing made to revive tie ' it:-r'gua c..n:tl scheme i., opposi tion to De I e-.csps' proposed canatl, and Gen. IRos or, of Mineapolis, Mins., hsba t een: ald the position of chif o f gi-eer. Tile Mt,r lnd ,-n i te has passed a bill reducingc mar:riace licenses to 2-. the Lower 1 oslls is expected to i'urther t:::s matritonial spe. A. suil for an absolute divorce has been brought by Alfrei'd Carpenter, a 1rooklyn, N.Y., letter-carrier, against his wifi, foEricrly Miss Flora de Go....

REMARKABLE DIVORCE SUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

REMARKABLE DIVORCE SUIT. -0--- One of the most remarkable divorce suite ever instituted was tried on Fri day, April .1. The Earl of Eusten pe titioncd for a decree of nullity of mar rige, on the ground that his wife was already married when he married her. Briefly, the facts are these. In May, 1871, after having lived with her for some months, Lord Euston made the respondent, Kate Walsh, his wife, she having represented herself as a widow, Four years later there was a separation. and lord Eustin went to Australia. Subsequently it was discovered that the respondent had, in 1S63, gone through the marriage ceremony with a inns named Smith, and this discovery led to the present petition. 'ow, however, Lady Euston declared that when she married Smith, in 1SG3, -mith-whom she believed to have been drowned in the London in 1866 was already married. This former tmarriage was proved to be valid, and the marriage in 1863 was conseqouently invalid. Thus the jury had no option but to declare Lo...

MISCELLANEOUS. London, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. London, May 24. In accordance with the usual cus tom on Her Majesty's birthday, hono rary distinctions have been conferred upon a number of p.blic men. Sir R. R. lorrens, late of South Australia, who, in 1872, was created a Knight Commander of the Order of St Mic hael and St George, in recognition of his colonial services, especially in con nexion with the passing cf the Regis tration of the Titles Act, has received the Grand Cross of the order. Lieu. colonel W. Crossman, C.M.G., of the Royal Engineers, has been created a Knight Commander, and -Mr George Baden Powell a Companion of the same order. London, May 25. The law ofiicers of the Crown are of opinion that none of the public ap pointments held by Sir Ancrew Clarke under the Imperial Government disen title him to the pension of £500, per annum which he receives from the Victorian Government. lince he left the service of Victoria, Sir Andrew Clarke has had the following appoint ments :-From 1S64 to 1S78, director ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

W. T. BETTESON, KAYE STREET, Asss for a continuation of the favors which he kas received in the past from the inhabitants ofJ Traralgon and surrounding districts. A Large Stock of DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY,. & OROCKERYWARE To choose from. Comparison of Quality and Prices invited. 5 percent. Discount for Cashon all Drapery parcels exceeding £1. TRARALGON POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. MAILS CLOSE FOIL MIelbourne ] Warragul 'I Daily at 7"40 a,m. and Drouin } Moe 1 5"20 p.m. Morwell j Waterloo Daily, " Irafhlgar 7 40 a,m. Rosedale and Dail Sle d 1115 a.m, & 7"50p.m Glenmaggie l Beaton lieIld I Daily, Coa war 11'15 a.m. Toongabbie J Latrobo Walhalla . Mon., Wed., Fri., 11.15 Happy Go }. a.m. Tues. Thurs Lucky J bat., 7.40 a.m. Tyers' .... .... Tues.'& Fri. 12;15' p.ni Caligneo , lhursday, Yarram Yarranmt J . 10 p.m. Cdrrespondenco for Mirboo must go by 5.20 p.m. wail to Morwell, Mon., 1Yed. & Fridays. MAILS ARlInE FROM Melbourne ) Warragul IDa...

Latest Intelligence Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

Latest Intelligence Fy Electric Telegraph. -:o: (From our own correspondent.) Thursd3y erening. St. Gatidenu and Harvester, who ran a dead heat for the Derby, divide the stakes between them. The son of Cetewayo. Denzulet. has been croaned by the Boers- King of the Zulus. and Oham, the brother of the late king. and Usibepu. have both agreed to recognise him. The address in reply to the Governors speech will be moved in the Assembly bh Mr. Murray, member for Warrnambool. and seconded by Mr. Graham of Moira. Arguments in support of the petition for wiuding up the Oriental Bank are still pro cee-ding. and promises to be about as lone winded as the winding-up is likely to be wherever instituted. Ameeting of the Salvation Army at Marv borough has been enlivened by a free fight between its soldiers and some unholy larri kins. To-day is the anniversary of the arrival in Port Phillip Bay of John Batman, the founder of Melbourne 49 years ago.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

Rilchiard IVIac kay, AND CO., Stock, Station and GE?NERAL COMMISSION AGENT'S. -0 AGEtIs FOR- ,rus: Eltates, and .lorrtgagees. N'rs Zar'and Loan Comtanyv. National of Nero Zealand, Fire . 3Marine London and Lanrashire dire Siel Zealand :Icchidln AlCTION SAL.ES oando, todandttora tions madic in any yrt of t lippslaod. LOANS r:o'ia'ted o everry ides ,'iption of Landed I'mperty, Stock,and Chattels, and iery ki-.d oif ]r,::tial a'/ney undertaker R?ICHtARIn) \~iTETAY & CO. ,otl weekly sn~a of iIor.st, Cnt:le, lig, Sheelp, Cr., ct 2teir oTra':g.n losrds ercry Monday. T,"o .cab tic y e<'ls, lax, t l{lednsday in each alonbl,. .a9,vreil auf.,firt .llonday/ it n each month L.tr o'l ,o first Tecs lay in canh monoth .carinq sates-D, rity. S:- ie:o- ti:al roes rmRl y rendered. TRAR'? LGON, 3IOND.\Y, JUNE 2 -T IT"ARLD M.CIAY and CO. will sell at .l-t helir yerls. ,a al,,,vc - A I'LEt.\ and CO. will sell at their * vLyrd, (1l t!le ab.OL've en',,[ a Fat Cows and B'ullocks 20 S::le...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

Conirnercial Hotel, TOONGABBIE. -0 r O1MERCIAL Travellers & others ý,cacr be accommodated with ckcole orseCConeraees. 5 dne Hansen en hand.-s. -PeoraXETOn. [, BREED, F~L1il butcher, Ksrc Street, Traralgon. ..nu sot :i,a ors: quality of meat kept. -t Gc' 1e ireS1' every day. ,7c,, nmd'Oerate. C. E. W. Joues. Fr tukln Street, TRARALGON. -.I P11 DA I&CLOK 1LKE~l sur Jewel~ler, W'tI' Michiniot. Good curt 1 on:·~· ~",r ir the 1: axo, ii.. now i .- , . r 0. teeir.anw,.friaof Ii 1I, 11 C7r o'dor his i.: li.;"'rti of ti e studio (a c:, rrj s, < ; has beon entirely re m d n .:, r s i mr lgcd, trill o acto of artistic ,: s ralised in Gipjls -,i". Jl i» a in prices, and al a!! + ! ,1 + 'tstions p'omtli F. COUNELL, FY: _-.tr:a ,nerxt t Lnxford's). SALE Tobacconist, K I: LLEII, STAIhIONEP, ad Fancy Goods Dealer. ii NKLIN ST., TIi.AIIALGON. i a.4r snd Ladirr ciiinpapeir. W. NORRIS, BI~oo 4k uh GC ILakcir, srYE SI., TIRARALGOS . 3tIrie ~ 6Co., tAl:dI I'LNiS - 1.NDERTAKER...

TRARALGON SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

TR?-ARALGON SPORTS. : ::e ago it was decided ihat ::: raising funds for the : 3.maa sports meetina S iLd, af:er which, dr.ng f;::-:*- La ristiy Mlnstrel entertain :: ,ld be ves! i lowed by a :, .. date was fixed ifor Friday . -"i bvy. The 3Iinetrel troupe, : 2e irrC eular attrndauce of a -. tei thraugh, but the r::_: a:r..:;eI: nts were g neon with, l_ a ..:. .ucai!on starte:i a: the : ::.--: 3 supplement the pro ,::.-. I;.--e amu-em- ets with the Set: were most en i "a::i : h:e ',et proceeas S:. : ..r _ as cvu.d be wi-sh d, . ill obe added to tr.e ".. . .: e B r :ce A uction con . :J. M-L nit b--itg a deci S ::.ks to a few .f our . c:e frwarid linertally. S .. .r h,,Jch cloudy and S-... . , e . '. , f i the d al, k ept . ug a le chiny, a.d the , w-, gl - :, altoa-ih t:e .:: :.,: ',,cture out in : -I n..irs. The various - t: .: T:,:?u-':lii* well contested, Sa ..:: n ab ence of the dis ::: : dfa~~uin geaeral. un-er - :. t c:a-wns. Mr J. Peter :. 5:"jud ee, and his de.i-ions : i :llh...

GLANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

GLANDERS. TheeHrtford correspondent of the N' ew ortk Weekly Herald" gives the following account of the deathl of a farmer named Orrin.,. Todd, from glanders contracted from a diseased horse :-Todd bought the beast, some time ago from-a.-stranger, and a few days afterwards the animal developed symptoms of glanders. The deccased essayd treoatment by blowing smoke into its nostrils, and was in other ways brought into close contact with the beast. Two weeks ago Todd experi enced sensations of a peculiar charac ter, which he at first thought wore those of pneumonia. These increased, however, and .finally two physicians were called in, but not until the dis ease was well advanced. Their treat ment was ineffectual, and Todd rapidly failed, death er.suing in about two weeks from the time he was first at tacked. The case is one likely to excite considerable attention, as deaths of human beings from glanders com municated from infected animals are somewhat rare.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

FOR SALE -o 1,000 Stringy-bark and Iron-bark Posts for sale, cheap. Apply -D. LIDDY, Traralgon. -ANISH TARTARIAN SEED OATS. Aptly ALLAN WALKER, Traralgon. TENDERS TO BUILDERS-Tenders are invited till 4 p.m. on Monday, 16th June. for the erection of a TWO-STOREY BRICK HOTEL. opposite the Railway Station. Tra ralcon, for Mr C. Neville. Plans and speci fica.tions may be seen at the office of the undersigned; the office of the "" Mercury.' Sale. and at the office of A. E. Moore. 43 Queen-street. Melbourne. The lowest or any tender not neceo arily accepted. JAMES CAMPBELL. Architect. Traralgon. 6th May, 1554. TENDERS will be rceived until June 1st for ringing 67 acrrs cf land adjoining the Stte School. Tyers. Apply-l'. KLEESATTEL, Traralgon. SHIRE OF TRARALGON. -o \OTICE is hereby given that no Occupier 1or Owner of rateable property, within the Shire of Traralgon, will be entitled to be enrolled, in respect ot such property unless, ALL RATES due on the same tirov aEN P.ID on or BEFORE t...

NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

NEWI' CALEDONIA. -o Writing of the arrival of the last Latch of Fr1neh cioniits at Nets C'ale donia, the corr- aponent of' the "Syd ney .l ii:g alrll"r,.marks that as the n:a, rcl ed from th, shhip in file '3 ci;u -- Inc it: ,cwer eeu at cvery yard of tLe icc. 'ihc, sc.:na .iith pale and :l :.: ? ftir "the voyage, some with !:,- b.ht .ct the earth, sensitive to t eyes c.f the gazing crowd, oilers br Lzen-fced ad dwith n dei-ant lok u!;on t!:eir fces, others with the d1::!1 cant stare of mental rl,, :d i, amI og_-t t1:ese younger peo?lA cre tLc odc: cri::ials-evil lookit-g ra-.icals all of thi i. One fellow stuood in the 'aosks shouhlers above all otherl s. Ie d a face "e,:' is not likely to forget-' t - a -:: cruel and callous in its lines. There wer'c, when all had lanude, t ??7 men ani boys. They comtipr:le, ,ecrdi-ng to a cuaputation which la- Ln a:d-, 13 chose ages nh :,.-er -s were from 1'0 : 20 y'are, 1; from 20 to 25 yCers, .57 from 25 to 30 ycar,s37 from 30 to 83 years, and ...

THE BATTIE OF TAMANIEB. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

T TTE BATT. E OF TAMANIEB. -o Tom Touchstone ays.--It ever any men rendered themselves eloricup on any battlefield, except where they holdiv resisled the foreigner invadine their hi art s and htem s, the kilted HIiglh'andies-' th bare-leag d sava g, s," as N-,poleon termed them--have been thie men, Except when Greek met Greek-Highlander tei Iltghlan der-it has been a rare thing to hear of the Ilighlnlders being repulsed on the field of bat le. Owing to undoub tedly bad cencralship the Highlanders reallt were driven b.ick by the fero cious fanatic Arabs, fighting for altar, throne, and hearts and hlomnte at Tamaneib. Reuter says that "the Black Watch bhoke frJm their ranks;" but Mr. Cameron, the Sondan correo ptondent of the " Standard," saya "'the York and Lancaster gave way, thrwing the Black aVateh. into con fusion, the square formesc by the two regiments was broken up into a con fused ma's." The general, who was in the midst of this danger, mutt have tur, ed antt anxio s eye on t...

MISS BOCK'S ALLEGED FRAUD [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

MISS BOCKS ALLEGED FRAUD For many months past several city firms have, it is alleged, been put to considerable inconvenience by the dealings of a woman describing herself as Amy M. Bock, teacher of State school, No.2382, Maryvale East, Gipps- land. On the 25th March she went to Mr J. B. Way, jeweller, of Gold- smith's-had, Bourke-street east, and presenting a letter purporting to have been written by a sister in Maryvale, Gippsland, obtained two watches valued at about £60, on approval. The letter made use of by Miss Bock, and supposed to have been written by her self, stated that Mr. Bock, her brother, had been appointed successor to Mr A. Keith-Agnew, as secretary to the Mor- well Football Club, and £21 7s 6d had been raised by subscription for a presenation to him. It asked that Miss Amy Bock would select a watch and send it down to be presented to Mr Bock. Mr Way naturally consi- dered the story of Miss Bock a genuine one, and supplied her with two watches on approval, but as he...

Coranderrk Half-castes. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

Coranderrk Half-castes. --o- Four half-castes from Coranderrk, accompanied by the superintendent, of that institution, Mr Goodall, waited on the Chief secretary on Tuesday, in re- ference to the proposal to merge the half-castes in the general population, as recommended in the report that was recently adopted by the Board for the Protection of the Aborigines. Mr Goodal acted as the spokesman of the deputation, and informed Mr Berry that the impression prevailed amongst the half-castes at Coranderrk that they were about to be forced out of the station, and of most of them have lived there for many years, they they regar- ded such a proceeding as a very great hardship. He had done his utmost to disabuse their minds of this erroneous impression, but they still seemed great- ly alarmed at the proposal of the Board. Mr Berry, adressing the men, told them the policy inaugurated by the Board had his thorough appro- val, but there was no intention what- ever to administer it either harshly ...

MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

MtULTUM IN PARVO. Last Saturday was the 65th birthday of Her Majesty Queen Victoria. The football match, Rosedale v. Tra y ralgon, will be played on Rosedale ground on 7th June. The Norwood (South Australia) v. Carlton Football Matchended in a draw the former with 3 goals and 12 behinds, and the latter 3 goals 14 behinds. Geelong defeated the Hotham Foot ballers by 7 goals to 3. A lad named JohnJohnson died last week in the Melbourne Hospital from injuries received on the football ground We (" Times") are informed that Mr Surveyor Ritson has been instructed to proceed with the permanent survey of the proposed railwayline from Rosedale to Yarram, ' via' Carrajuag to the west ward of Tom's Cap. It is reported that a robbery has been committed at Duke's hotel, Yarram Yarram, by a woman, who, it is said, has abstracted over £100 in cash. She has been arrested and lodged in gaol. During the past two or three months it is estimated (says the" Advertiser") that over 30,000 sheep have been ...

FENIAN OUTRAGES. ("Argus.") London, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 June 1884

FENSlA OUTIfLAGES. --o ("Argus.") Lo.dIon, May 31. Great a'arm was caused in L" ndon last evening by several attempts which were made to blew up tihe buildings in S. James's square and the vicinity by means of infernal machices. One machine was dropped within the area of the Junior Carlton Club, and the force of the explosion ccmpletely wrecked the lower premises. A second exp'osionii juredthe Army and Navy Club, the War oflice, and the residence of Sir Watkin Willitims Wynn, Bart., P.M. ~ihe clubs were crowded wi'b mem bers at the time. A third explosion w:ecked the premises of the detective bureau. in Scotland-yard, fitally injuring a const able. Altogether about a dozen persons were injured mere or less by the explo sions. The three explosions fillowed one another in quick succession. A parcel contairing dynamite, with a lighted fuse attached to it, was picked uptear the Nelson column in Trafal gar-squareby aconstable,i ho extin guished the fuse. A fire, which is suspected to be ...

THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 June 1884

THE GAZETTE. -o Licenuses approvcd.-WiWm. Collyer, 200 acres, Mirboo. Lases transferrcd.-- Pah ick Dwyer, to John Dwyer, 207a 3r 31p at Mary ale ; W. J. P1a:ck to W. J. Peacock and George Peacock 308" Ir 15p at 3[irbro. Tenders will be rceived until 10tlh inst. for glrazing block, No. 1045, on the river Avon, in the county of Tanjil, kncwn as IRedbanlk Reserve. Albter:on has been re- ppointed a place at iwhich Courts of Petty ses .ions shall be holden. I, iaring of reasons against the fol ifiture of the following lit l nses :--G. W. Jones, D)ronin Et : T. Clne'y, Jun:bu nta, at Warragul, on the 19th inet; A. Lv:il, jn ., Bendock, at Bairnsdale on the 20th inst. omp1,,u.ed at lecsiedle, by Mr Hickey-:-Black golding, white hind feet, small star, 31lC mar shoulder: Dark-blay or brown unbroken tolt, -white liiild feet, s:ial st'r, like 3I near Iu nuld-r. '!o b sold on ilth June, 1SSi.

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