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AMERI AN IT S. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 June 1884
31any w l,dow-glass llowers, who we l to Pi" 11luo eo wk during the Int, strik , l.ving be,.,, pro. ise, big va, e-, 1.1"v re ur: ed. n Amer ca. Chit ,:, nrer- d aniother ir. n. la', to cost £t tm,i(t Artificial roses, apprcppriately per fumed, a or nmo sold in London. The Governm it oan on the will of Profes-or Hollow y, of pills a?d oint mncnt roenow, t'as t65,0U0. An l'nglih h igan ist gives as his a; lo!ogy t at Iris first mariagi o was illegal, 1,ecnus it i as performed with . a bra-,s ring. (C'itrmittees if llebrews, to arrange for i. pro,,tr ce.lebr1ti?n of the 100th birtllayr anniver'sary of Sir Mtoses 1lio:t~iicre, are springing in'.o exis' Eltre. Ii is aidl th:t the noses of English c it lit Ire itntrating. Mr. Ilads?,ne, in introducing the 1: ra hii'- Bili in the Iouse of Cotm m :., e lpr,,-,d the opinicn that the lSi;c dl `t1: is revoverrd so rapidly tri e ii, Civil War because ery c ip:li lt! ci' ::n :lt d a rotc. Thin. P:, t b .- r tnsed to receive the nia . P-ii e- Le...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 June 1884
JMELL3OUItUIE MAlK?E' TS. Wednesday. 31crso. A. 31-Lean and Co. report:--We sold 20 bullocks ftor 3:r. Morrison to .l0 12s d., averaging £10 5s 6id, and 22 cows to £S, avcraging £7 2s 6id; 11 bullocks for Mr. iolure to !.11 2s 6d; 21 for Chester to £11 2s 6d; 10 for Andtrson at £8 15s; 10 for 3'Donald at £7 17s id ; Hlarper's bullocks to £7 1is. and cows at f1 is ; also a number of bullocks and cows for Messrs. Fenton, PIruden, anld ,lackson, at market rat'., in all 200 bead. Canles.-Wc scold 30 head for different owners from 33s to 53s. Meslsrs. e'ek. lIudson. and Iaynoor report -Fat Cattle.-1950 yarded; nmarket down 15s to 20st. \\e soldfreom Gippsalnd 35 Hey field bullolcks averaging 11 i o1510d; 20 Mr. iDonald SIan-onis naveraing L19 2s ld; 11 bullocks hMr. Geo. I!avij'; 11 do. MIr. John l'rudcni s; 10 do. Mr. John Shiels' averaging L 7s To !; 9 M1r. J. Neilson' bullocks averacg in.g LS ls; S cows IL.6 i; andl 1S5 others, principally from Wetern Port, to i12 15s for bullocks. L1...
A. J. C. SPRING MEETING. GREAT METROPOLITAN STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 June 1884
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LIST OF COURTS. POLICE COURTS— JUNE, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 June 1884
LIST OF COURUTS. PouCE CounTs JUNE1, 1804. Rosedale, on Wednesday, 4th, at 11 a.m. Toongabbie, on Thursady, 5th, at 11 a.m.; summonses issued on Friday, 30th May. Traralgon, on Thursday', 12th and 26th, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on Fridays, 6th and 20th. Morwell, on Wednesday, 18th, at 10 a.m.; sunmmonses issuedon Wednesday, 11th. IMoe, on Saturday, 21s', at 10 a.m.; Warden's Court, same date, at 9 a.m.; sutmmonses issucd on Saturday. 14th. Sunmmonses for all aboveo courts issued at Rosedale evety Monday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 June 1884
, a els, and G l(' i.\l ·, '.\ .~ .\l'Y & C - . iold wrcely sals of ll,,r?.. (1,t 1, ! iF,:, f AS e], .e Cfario sd,. s-IailBe. dot,:- ·litOl I ,Ia~ r,1a lJ ren tly i nt deered. TURA1AL\OSO, 310NIDAY, JUNE 9. ICAlt) 1ACKAY and CO. wil sel n at their ai-nl oni above date 10 Pa't ltllmkd and Cws i40 I lhl -ckh. 3 & - "ears L.TInO iLE, TUESDAY, JUNE 10 tI'11. I:D SLi'.LY .k O. will -ell at Mr l , - r ad . on the above .latc Sr, hiadl mixed Cattle ICtr-ns S ',[iri b i Valuable Farm for Sale. TRA. IILGOi, 1- OSD_ aY, JUNE 0 i t i\ 11). l 3i.('rKY & CO.. T raral ,,on.i i .: .I hr M'.d r. ,hn Ca-t , will ? rin' le: :n f 11 acre n t 'TllL. t'rO Li:: allt. 13. ' l a /lilda.l Shire of 'lrariealn. e "lTi:i- vi? "del rrty h an maple water ifrsn, n ra t, thc T I elek. is well f acedl l aualnit it crtl a crm i rtal e fll r r ,n ll,;,e wi:al irn r ,f. It ti wl thin c',, and an-ls iroIic, "Tile perfcr. T ran at Sale.. Ths- abFv:s is fnr puiti've sale. Ullors?es Fo G" sale. 0o...
SALE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 June 1884
SALE .MAHKET. Encli-li. Little. and Co. report :-Fat k':'tte.-31alket very bri k, and Iprices ad vaniecd 0is to IIs. At Maltra. oi Friday, o'ur iank eully -upplied ami all clearcd. Cui ;, £;, ; d .s id. ; 7, d ?i.0;6 Its, C7, C7 5 1 d?.T l'2S (..CS ss, £ 1 , £I' S Oi; ctiV-.. 1 l5', £.' 5 it, . t . £I-" 15s: £6, 7 -; valirs £ 3s to I S. At Sale, ST, . .l 15- . , £X 5 . i I ? :; fat steers, Sv.rs. X) ; valr'. I'1 to I l 1s ; latter 'cryVIu.. Stort Catilf-.'ny good lots of bulllock anad cos Still selling wll, and we cilh p'lnCe any nlumber at quotatiolns. ItluriLng tih wtCk we '.ld privaiteIl y t l Ia l.harata bultllocksfnro Mlilnnteroo 't a most -lti-facitor'i pjlice it vtlthdors ; also small lots froti £5 to £ 35S. At .ilMafra oin l'riday, a mudcurate suplply forward, anli prices abulut .uam a- lan t wck. Blullocks, £1 5s to £0 13S; cotws, £2 5.i to £ -1s ; 3 yr5 stcrs, £;3 2- to .: In ; 18 months heifers, £2 ; work in ballolkct very low in coudition anid old, fro·m uMaSlierXuo, C t...
TRARALGON MARKETS. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 June 1884
tl?F)l\ .1LGil )F 18^KE'1'S. Monday. Nic.r. A. )i't:.m atl1 Co. riport :-We \ h,,-tn whlic' ,,d at a coniderable ad va ·i·i f-: hi-nfin ia: 1iiaoilliii5 n quality -, elia. fr.m L:3 to .,3 5. .i.ýht wlfciht bell, k- a: Di e ; nt.n linert and milkntr :ti-, l ve!'r frenely. Wn e t 'l nl a nice frMch i.r ,f ,'rcke h k l 's c, ~sd ortls at S" ;-.nd ,c : l t ,f mixed st,,re stce'rs aid I ullek, at I. I I L : tore heifter 2 l t 3 " eal olt. from Ci2 II1 ti i and a lt of young icattleit rI a nrk Iti nt-. We r a soldln :I I -?1;;n'h; 'ia n ia II working bullocks iiat 10 oI, LII round. Shee p.-We old a lot at its t. ii. 1ackad & Ci . report for the week ending iri?.cs e-q nil Io lane iti iotnill. tows, fromn L 10,. 1tl e Cattle.-_A fair su-pply for wart ; price; (luite l?p to ownlrs"e reervto . O O orlldal. at 'T'larlgIon, we sold laow con ditincnd sticns at 1.lld 1 aLoll nd, allnd tlixied lit f ytlnsi antta at a satisfactory price to vinder. We also sol itarioaus lots of :undries on ...
Correspondence. SERVICE AT CALLIGNEE. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 June 1884
Correspondence. --0 SERVICES AT CALLIGNEE. To the Editor of tl? " Traralgon Record." Sir.-In the columns of your paper. I hare Oeen recentlr srev-era leterr res]-ecrinr the formation of a cricket or football eluab in C alli?nee. and now. sir. may I be allowed to rtate n far c-reer need. For some time no divine servic ha- been h?ld. althohugh a pub lic hall ha- bLoo, o ej.n for a period of rth-e monrths and is fr'- for the uc, of any deno mination. No minister can officiate in ic. for the rets n tiat ihey haveo- many other pilncer wrhich ty ichae hld- for -sonme time. Now wha: I a-h is- why can-tr Callig1ee have an r ca-ro!nl wel:c nliht - rvrice i the same as ier oulntry p,:ac-. an:ld 1 i.el c:l fldont. ?hold any mini-ter cue :it to give tha: he will fen wi i -atiedwi-h his conrea- si i 1s - erI- ree
Latest Intelligence Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 June 1884
Latest Intelligenee Fy Electric Telegraph. (From our own correspondent.) Thursday evening. An Anglo-Russian Commission has ben appointed to draw the line of de marcation between the sphere of Rue sian and British influence, respectivev, along the frontier of Afihanistan. Tiis is a Rechauffee of that famous Isneutral zone arrangements between Ger-chakoff and (6r.imville, whichl Russia has already traversed, as she willpresently find, along with the de marcation line of Mr Gladstone re mains in office with Lord Granville. . great fire has destroyed a mena gerie and all the animals in it at Shoreditch, in London. Mrs Frederick Marshall, wife of the well known Canadian, who is deranged, died this morning, Morgan, the Panmure murderer, is composed, and awaits his doow. The emall-pox patient is a source of as great difficulty when alive as when dead. Williamstown won't have him tnd he is as yet unburied. The Australians won the match against Derbyshire by one innings and 40 runs. Spoffort...
TEMPERANCE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 June 1884
TEMPERANCE MEETI?G. On Tuesday evening a Temperance Meeting was held in the Wesleyan Church, Traralgon, Ir. A. L. Gal braith presiding. On taking the chair (after prayer by the les. F. A. Her man, who also read the 10th chapter of Proverbs), Mr. Galbraitl stated that on 1Monday he had been called upon by Mr. Herman, who on asking him to nil the post of honor he now occupied, stated he would not take "no" for an atsv:er, and he being devoted to the cause, looked upon it as a command. He urged all to help to free the land from this great evil, and as one of the greatest aids for thlis arheoe y-g, he hoped to see a Band of 'Uope associa tion formed to train ,Ilthe to avoid this dangerous and deg'ading praerize. Alter a hymni hr the choir, the Rev. F. A. 1erman addressed the meetin?. He was sorry there were not i more present, for he had anticirated a crow'ded room, but no doubt the short t notice f'ven prevented a belttr attend .nee : however he,,e ,as io' di=conurniaed, and ,aould lea...
Toongabbie. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 June 1884
T'ALoongabbie. ryon our onr corrspoendent. Wednesdaa. There is nolin rvery ez:rarcrdinar" to mention :his weeel here, al:houch the place looks liel-. The two trains a day having at ' - s: started, which is an occurrence ithat is highii! siaei zactc'j to the pubiic akig the line. as ¶!eople can norW gt ti, Sa'e, ilosedsl, or Trara!gon by train, ::1d -1:urn the same day, or-i.h they could not possibly do 0pre vi, uisly. 1 temperance ieeting was held here on Monday eve.il:., in the Weslevan Church, jIr M -ndie in the chair. Tih Rev. .'r Herman firs' addressed i 'the meeting, al:er which ithe chairman introduced 31M Lambert, temperance iecturer, rom Ml-bourne,who celivered a l:n dhy audrees. and aftnr he finis:ed spoLkin' ? 72 er= .- sicned the pledzge, d paUini the blue ribbon at the same tiie. TIh is a grand cause, and it is a pity tl:a a great deal more could not be done . draw the at:e::tion of the publie to the terrible evils attendant on irntemeranse, The scenes caused by intemper...
MISCELLANEOUS. London, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 June 1884
3MISCELLANEOUS. London, June 2. Mr Gladstone has denied the author ship of the article in :he curre:t num ber of the" Fortnighlly Review," which was attributed to him, in which it is contended that the, main object of England's foreign policy should be to retain the friendship of France and RuEsia. London, June 8. The recommendations of the com mittee apppointed by the French Senate to report upon t' e Recidivistes Bill have been made public. The committee have only modified the mea sure to a small extent. They approve of the deportation of "recidivistes" to Cayenne and New Caledonia, but disap prove of their being sent to the Mar quesa.s Ilands. cr to the Island of Phouquoe, in the Gulf of Siam. The committee further recommend that cood conduct on the part of convicts iCr a period of six years should entitle them to a remission of the remainder of their sentence. London, June 3. Sir F. Dillon Bell, the agent-general bor New Zealand, will shortly again proceed to Paris for the purpo...
European News. AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 June 1884
European News. -o- (From the "Argos.") AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, June 2. News has been received from Sun kin that Osman Digna with a force of 3,000 irsnrgents is menacing the town. London, June 4. A number of Liberal members of the House of Commons have warned Mr Gkcdstone that they will not support him if he surrendcrs Egypt to the control of the European powers at the aplroaching conference. London, June 4. News has been received from Major H. H. Kitchener, R.E., who is in cam mand of a iedouin force at Korosko, to the effect that the Arabs have informed him that Berber is invested by the inurgents, and that Khartoum will be compelled to surrender shortly.
The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1884. AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 June 1884
-0 (Published every Friday mo:ning.) FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1SS4 AGRICULTURE. --o There never was a time in Victoria, -and there is never likely to be, when agriculture ceases as an anxious matter t tthe colony at large, and to those immediately concerned in it. We know what the past has been ; but what is tihe future of thle interesting fabrie of society which much legisla tive wisdom, if only a generatiof and a half old has reared on the basis of our agricultural industry. In Victoria or Australia, ns everywhere else, agricul ture is getting less and less of a mono poly, lees and less dominating the mackels of the world. In this or that country graiu may be all blighted by drought, or drowned by rain, yet an average year in another would, fill up the gap, so far as corsumers are con corned. The unemployed, unable to eke out subsistence, might make an extra row, But other industries might feel no difference. XWe ourselves have no occasion, fortunately, ps yet to real ize this as the stare...
From our own correspondent). Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 June 1884
r .. o : Ic orWD COrre iondc.n: I. 1 tc wiIlb - ve-.tilaed . tr, 1.li-a.:rared " . .. in o t:'i: 3irbL o - .- ., : :, ,.nd to: b,.n to tliPh tonrl. u a ." 1. f : . muse h " r:.. . : -r I- iono o n , : " - " v: W : n ; tuo n c'O:. . 1a c.1 cf doAth, e- , :- in b::rf he t', hir . :i:.sf to iht :her " :.u: r. hee chain rat.:bva' S. ? imse'f and his :taconist o ee of his, thowever, tro'red (:.. r . _e and p;roved his develion ... _in. 5o deasl cotilict with the r: -ar: visitor. Taen followed a ::.. - erngemien!s, after which .. ....: a. e?ll in a fierce embrace, aEL :liad ,n Mother Earth: the :;:: :.. "i el ed out that his leg was : , td ~ociferously called for -:s:;:nea. Some of the bystanders S:.: r ccident stretcher, others : i more 1rcnmptitude, and n.ic:y carried the patient into an L:nl`: ,?d placed him on a efa ; some cl:d- cut for a doctor, while several roilunterrd various remedies. The crlatment was so great that the patient Lad a dificult job in explaining the trn s=tate of a...
MORWELL [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 6 June 1884
MIOILTELL. .-0-- - Merc-ri ' correspandent -1 iave -e n that Mtiss Amy be- remanded for another S nerall thought here r; that tme the doetrs will r arrn :: he conclusion that -r :,: : an abrr'ation of Ir a: - ianteime the depart S a:: a successor at the ":: -- rcult of the in - M iss Bock was e .idaentl su ering : in the system, as S:o echookl and S:-..:. mnt combined - xtric'te herelt Strin th of difiicul S , I.vlve hersef . week sLytea. not be out of a few of this : - in ti s tocati -,:- .. . : she "~ . ... a. :. ? . n thi- diitrier, a hotier eanbut ',i .. . h_.,- harou' end h t . :.itimai d ito . u .it e ti o beota , ·o mlrt- .nied c :. _ : l bs. an d, :: D ur c'aes- - -o -'. S. . C io y C iu. j e-id ":1 I e Ctn - r 1 p ;le o " - e-: j n. - , ".:, "i1:, hoedit oapn. S: . ..:.... .: with theu, ne :1ou : r n N mon. Et, i ,ad --v-i od ma-- , iad b ' 1 - ...... n-1 him'self, " e . ee "a il she :aurd .it e co hd re.d .. ::: ?a:-r. d ae v s on-rain d A:: ciph to a ,i :: 'a cheque fr th...