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HAZELWOOD. June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

HAZELWOOD. [From our own Correspondent.] June 10. The many welcome showers that have fallen here during the past few weeks have done much towards fresh ening the pastures, yet more rain is much required before ploughing can be commenced; in fact, the wet has not penetrated the subsoil in this locality I might say these two years, and most of our cultivation paddocks are as hard as a rock an inch below the surface, so that in the face of these difficulties I fear that for a time at ]Fast a partial deadlock must result in farming pursuits generally. The ratepavers of Hazelwood are already interesting themselves in the coming shire election that takes place in Augus', and several likely candidates have been mentioned as persons anxious to obtain a seat at our council table. JMr. Murdoch of Morwell I amn to'd will be a certain starter. Taking the opinion of ratepayers generally how ever, there appears little desire on thleir part to seek a chango of members, as Messrs. Campbell and Firm...

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Saturday June 7. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

GIPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. -0 Saturday June 7. English, Little, and Co. report:-Fat Cattle.-Market about same as last week, notwithstanding the fall in Melbourne. We sold privately during the week 150 Orbost cows for the Hon. Sir W. J. Clarke,, at a most satisfactory price. At Stratford, on Thursday, we held our usual monthly sale, and sold milch cows and springers to £5 5s, fat cows to £5 10s, bullocks to £5 10s,. At Maffra, on Friday, prices brisk at last week's rates. Ir Jackson's Snowy River bullocks, £6 5s; cows, £4, these cattle were much ad mired for the quality and breeding; 30 speyedheifers, from Yeerung, £3 7s; 20 speyed.cows in forward condition, £4 5s ; 30 store cows, inferior, £5 11s ; 20 3-yrs steers, £3 17s ; 18months heifers, £115s to L2 ; do. steers, £1 16s to £2 5is; milkers, £4 5s to £4 17s 6d; at Sale no alteration, springers, £4 10s to £5 ; 3-yrs heifers, £3 17s 6d to L4 ; 1S.months steers, £2. Sheep.-Goood demand for fat and stores. Pigs still selling high, not ma...

FIELD AND GARDEN. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

FIELD ANBD GARI)EN. JUNE. ORcARnn isnD VIsNeAmD.-Finish the planting of .ines and all other fruit trees. Dig or plough the soil of tile orchard as soon as the trees are pruned; dress with manure, if the soil is poor. Dress fruit trees with some kind of insecticide. Mulch newly-planted trees. :Examine apples and pears in the fruit room occasionally, and clear out any showing signs of decay. ITCricEN G.sRENr.-Sow peas and broad beans, cabbage, lettuce, cauli flowers, and spinach. Thin and trans plant onions. Manure and dig or trench ground as it becomes vacant. Ear y kidney potatoes may be planted. Globe artichokes may be divided andreplanted Make hotbeds for early cucumbers. Make plan of garden divisions, and arrange for future cropping. TuE FIELaD.-Good month for barley sowing in the early districts. One of the best seedbeds for barley is in a rota tion after mangolds or othergreen crops and as much of this kind of produce is ready for harvesting this month, an excellent opportunity...

TOONGABBIT POLICE COURT. Thursday, June 5. Before A. Howitt Esq., P.M., and J. Buntine, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

tG( 1DT.? I POLICE COlURT. T1irsda', Jr.ue 5. ;re . W. Ilowitt Esq., P.L., :nd J1. Puntine, Esq., J.P. o'cr-ns v. Hower-Debt, £17: ,: :?.i until next court to enable a .:: off to be put in. Sce v. " We llington-Obscene Inn lined 10s. ? ": s i:Ba:iff . Wellington, -, G:r. and Johnson-Splitting -. :; ithout a license; fined 10s lC.:ri,' licenses wee granted to W. T3,re, J. L !ovel, and J. Briggs. :rsf::r of the Cricket Club 5:.L: iC?e.m Cwnnwarr, from H. to L. u. . rfused. 'il court then adjourned. i to ball inmt-h took place on a~:ty last, between teame repre e :ins Drouin and Buln Bole, on the ult'd of the former. Drouin won ' = i',Is 5 behinds to 1 goal i be abes. The Buln Euln team only Mstered 12 men, tut Drouin played oi:t 17 men. A Ball was held in the Mechanics' Bll, at Callignee, on Wednesday olaing. The Australian Eleven succeeded it defeating the Torkehire Eleven with 3 'alets tospare.

THE BLUE RIBBON MISSION. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

THE BLUE RIBBON MISSION. -o 2b the Editor of the "Traraloon Recred." SIR-It is with feelings of the greatet satisfaction we hail the approach oe f th Temperance League to Traralgon. A I'blie Meeting is (so I hear) to be held on the 2Ith instant, in the Mechanics' Hall, which nill no doubt prove a great success. Is it not a lasting disgrace, that, with a populationof about 300 souls in our little towrn, we I?as no less than six licensed grog shops, and tenders out for the erection of the serenthi Here is an opportunity for the Temperance League to prove its sincerity in thie goa work, by banding themselves together., and using every legitimate means to save our fellow creatures from further temptations. Drink is the curse of thousands. and if crc cannot decrease the number of lhotels, lnt s strain every nerve to prevent their intcrwae. This is simply done-" Unity is strength." Let the League prepare a petition signedbr every member, and well wisher to the act of Temperance, and armed...

To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

To the Editor of the "Traralgcn Record." SIR-How amusing it is to read the relpsr of some lBorough Councils. It it evident that we it Narraceanand Traralgot Shires d not know how to go about things rightlr. There is something Napoleolic about the style of some speeches re the Bairusdl Railway in tile report of the Sale Boroueh Council meeting of 5th June. Sale, one of the principal towns of the district of North Gippsland is in danger of having its claims to a suburban railway line ignored, at least so says one of the councillor. But notwithstanding he would not deputa. tionise the Government on the matter--no at all-lhe thinks deputations rather a tlrie. His plan is shorter and sharper. He would have the town clerk write to the memube for the district instructing them to bring Sale's claims under the attention of the Minister for Railways-very much undertos. Unfortunate members-our most humble, thankful paid servants; there are your instructors ; disobey them if you dare! So matter...

No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

Several sales of Gippsland propertie have recently been effected. Messjj Adams and Nichols, of Wimmnner, bought Mr Hoskin's property on the Mitchell River for £20 per acre; and Captain M'Eacbarn bought Marriage's land on the Lindenow road at £5 103 all round. Mr Whitehead, late of the Bank of Australasia, at. Bruthen, was eater tained by his friends on Tuesday eye ning at O'Reilly's Bruthen Inn, prior to his departure to Maffra to trake the management of the bank's branch there. It has been decided to hold a col? cert, in aid of the Presbyterian Church at Traralgon, 'on the 8th July. J. M. Carter, a clerk in the National Bank of Atstralasia, attempted suicide on Wednesday.

NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

NEWS AND NOTES. -o Last Friday evening the Traralgon Quadrille Assembly held their first social, in the Mechanic's Hall, at which there was a very fair attendance of both ladies and gentleman, who, from all appearance, thoroughly enjoyed themselves, and many were the ex pressions of pleasure that were ex pressed at the promising future of enjoyable evenings in store for the As. sembly's members. Mr Campbell apologised for the absence of several members who were unavoidably absent and expressed a wish that on future occasions they might have the pleasure of seeing all present, and , the" enjoy ment as keen. On Tuesday evening a meetine, of. theose interested in the formation of a Band of Hope was held in the .Wes leyan Church, and it was decided that such an institution should be initiated ; officers were elected and :32 . persons joined the order. The next imeeting is to be held in the. Mechanics' Insti tute on the,24th instant, and, will. be free to all, a collection being mide to ...

Correspondence. TRARALGON RAILWAY STATION. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

Correspondence, ,-OL- TIARALGON RAILWAY STATION. --o- To the Editor of the " Taralgon Record.,, SIR-I desire through tile medium fo[' columns, with your kind permi;,ionl to m ; attention to the only unpleasant remiti.?i, of a journey, to Melbourne, that I took week. Leaving the Metropolis i iy morning train, 1 found myself in tile compartment with anl old acquai tane, as may be supposed, we eIdearore lt, guile the tedium of the journer by reconi experiences. My destination was a *ta of the Ileylield line, so that it was ne c that I should clange trains at Trara! This would appear to be a very' si undertaking, yet, Mr Iditor, I failcl to out my share of the nccesar, nT anatall and was carried on to losiedale. I willi that this was not exactlya clever ierfC lr onl my part, and can think of no other I! of administering consolation to imir.lf 5' that others (as I subsequentlr f;,i ds have not iunlfrequcntl- done the sam geutleman having been carried ion oilr day before. I will now endea...

RINGING TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

RINGING TREES. ---o-- The operation of "riogh," may be successfully carried on all the year round, whenever a ian or a boy has a spare hour or two ; but the result is quicke:r if performel 'hen the sap is down-any time in our autlumn. and wint-r montlhs is the most suitable time. But simply h b..:ng the tr es is not sufficient. The rspIwo.d must be ,o:ue through, asd this ought to be perf rntd csarn lul , I ilI wilth an eye to future opci a' ls; for the better this tar. of thel w: ork is i erformtld, the eaner will the "'lie':" be. Let the cut he level, in tI: fiar place, so that thle crsscuti oarv n.:ay have no difli cuitv in filishing th ~no k w\henev.r you ltany It l"re to ]. r ou?orer ground. in a tiee tr'C Ier Lt itn diameter the saplwCoed will ru, ne:.rly tlhreei inch s thick, but sti is soft cutting it takels very litle" time : go round. DaTking on:ly ildwrys .elicienta to kiil a tee, but it is i. g'r dying than' wihen l he sapwo l is cut through. " 'ustralian 1,Iler's Gauie....

TRARALGON POLICE COURT. Thursday, June 12. (Before J. Peterkin Esq., and Dr. Morrison, J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

TRARALGON POLICE COURT. -0- Thursday, June 12. (Before J. Peterkin Esq., and Dr. Morrison, J.'sP. Thos. M'Mahon v. Jane Lamb, charged with illegally detaining four pigs. the property of the plaintiff. Thos. M'?Mahon deposed, that he was a breeder of pigs, residing at Tyers, that in consequence of missing several of the animals he visited Mrs Lamb's, where he recognised four, with his brands, these defendant refused to deliver. Messrs Cochrane, White, Winm. Marks, J. Caddy, i. Marks, gave evidence as to Mr M-Mlahon's brand, but could not swear to the property claimed being plaintiff's. Jane Lamb deposed, that tile pigs of both parties were often running together, but she was positive that those claimed did not belong the prosecutor, and that none of them bore Mr M'Mahon's brand. Other witnesses, E. Bonhomst and M. Lamb appeared for the accused, contradicting the evidence for the plaintiff. The bench dismissed the case, stating that they considered that Mrs Lamb had upheld her claim. ...

AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

AMERICAN ITEMS. -0 tictor Hugo is said to have excused his appearance at the French Academy on the occasion of Paillaron's reception in plain evening dress on the ground that his suit of uniform was wore out, asd that at his time of life it would be foolish to order another. A movement in England has for its object the abolition of the action for breach of promise. Such suits are alleged to have become so numerous that their influence is demoralising and the justice obtained by the action has become insignificantin comparison with' its demoralising results. The ?!ahamtjah of Cashmere has spared no cost in the effort to make fine wine and brandy, and it seems now that he has succeeded, as the samples of hoth at the Calcutta Exhibition are hig ly praised. It is thought that this industry may compensate for the great tislinag-ofi of late years in the demand for shawls. A Fargo grand jury has indicted one of its own members for pilfering firewood. A Mrs Clarinda Conkling of Cleve land i...

PLOT TO RESCUE THE INVINCIBLE CONV CTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

PLOT TO RESCUE THE INV'IN CIBLE CONY.CTS. The Irise authorities are stated to be in possession of important informa tion as to continued plots by the Irish inniscibles, who are working in con junction with the American dynami tards. Some months ago Scotland Ynid detectives brought into Dublin discovered a clandest ne correspondence was being carried on between the len ding members of the Invincibles un dergoing penal servitude in Dublin p.isons and the conspirators outside. An investigation was held at Mount joy prison, and warders were brought from Spike Island Convict Prison. Investigations were costined, and in James Mullet's cell ever.tally some im portantlctters were discovered. These disclosed a plot to blow up Mountjoy Prison and the rescue of the Invinciole convicts. Tie warders were to be bribed from the Skirmishing and Dy namite fhnds in Rossa's hands, and were to convey infernal machines into the prison. In the confusion caused by the explosion the prisoners were to escap...

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

1ME LBOURNE MA BRKETS. Wednesday. 3'Caw, .PIllwrick, and Co. report:-We held our usual sale to-day, and give below detailed result of actual sales :-Cheese. Prime dairies were in good demand, and prices ranged from 6Cd to7d per lb. Medium to good were dull, and realised from 41d to Gid per lb.; inferior, from 24d to 31l per lb., sale very dull. Butter (Potted).-Prime new was dull, and ruled from 91dtollidper lb. Prime old was very dull, and ranged from 7Td to Sjd per lb. Good ranged from Gd to 74d per lb.; inferior, from 4d upwards. Butter (Fresl).-Prime dairies, in half pounds, were firm at lots rotc, and roraexl rrom 1a 4ed to i 81td per lb. Prime pounds and lumps, from 10d to Is 3d per lb.; inferior, from 5d to 9d per lb. Eggs (regu lar supply), from Is 7d to Is 10d per doz. Carcass Pork, from 4jd to 5,d per lb. Honey (garden), 5d to 5od per lb. Honey (bush), 3ld to 4d per lb. Turkeys, 5s 6d to 10s per pair. Ducks, 4s to Ss 9d per pair. Geese, 5s to 6s Cd per pair. Fowls,2s 3d to...

Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

Parliament. Parliament was formally opened on Tuesday by the Acting-Governor, Sir William Stawell. Owing to the large number of invitations issued, the crush was much greater than usual, member of the House havi::g apparently taken advautage of their privileges in the the way of introducing their friends The Acting-Governor on leaving the Treasury was accompatnied by an escort of mounted police, instead of the usual detachment fromt the Prince of Wales Light Horse, which has been disban ded since tie last session of Parlia ment was opened. The Legislative Council adjourned during pleasure at 25 minutes past 2 o'clock, after his Excellency the Aecting-Goverror had delivered .his speecle. They assembled again at 4 o'elcck, and the ordinary business was comemenced by the intruduction of MIr F. Brow., who had been elected for thle orth-Eatern Pr'vinlce in place of the la:te Mr R. S. Anderson. Mr Sargood .nd Ir Campbell, who had been re-elected fou the South Yarra and Wellington province...

MIRBOO AND HAZELWOOD COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

lMIRBOO AND HAZELWOOD COAL. -o (From the "Mercury)." t The managers of our coal mines Shave been losing no time lately al - though they had many difficulties to contend with, most of which apppear n to have been surmounted. MrFirmin a has completed his contract for remor ing the diamond drill from Narracan to Hazelwood. He successfully over came the many difficulties experienced in the removal, as he had to bring scientific skill to bear in running the engine and derrick through a moun tainous country. During the transit he had thirty-four bullocks yoked, so even the management of these re quired more than ordinary skill. The drill has been erected, and boring operations were commenced on Satnr day last, under the supervision of Mr Kieliy, the whole management being conlducted by Mr Enrenberg. lThe latter has been most indefatigabie during the last two `ears in developing the Hrzelwood coal deposits, therefore it must have been highly gratifying to him to see the drill being worked....

Football. ROSEDALE V. TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

FootbaiH. --- RfO-EDALE V. TRARALGOS. On Saturday last the above clubs met on the PRoedale ground. The visiting team arriving with six men short of the rquiredr;number. They however, counted off seventeen when fairly t rtedi, having secured a substi tute and two men arriving iater the g.tel had: been commenced. On thel ball being kicked off, the teams appea red to be fairly matched, but it was not long before the superior numbers told, and the game looked doubtful for Iraralgon. They, however, succeeded i a preventing more than one goal being kicked for Rosedale. Before this however, H. !Millar, by a good kick had taken advantage of an opportunity and placed a goal to the credit , Traralgon, so that at half-time the game stood one goal each with a few extra behinds to Rosedale's credit. During the first half a very bad feeling was seer, to have gained possession of a few of the Rosedale players, who, by th ir cries gave evidence of a desire to break the legs and necks of two or thre...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

AND CO., Stock, St';, mil GE}NERML C07'- 0 i. =.ENTS, AG ENI : 'rlnt Estates, a,: .. N"x Z aland Ir:t , ', '',' National of S.'t : -', Marine Londo(n anud La:::. : New Z ,aland .,. AUCTION S :! ' ' adralua. tions Inade in :' " LOA.\NS ncotia' lon of L,A.ed r,+uj ', ' tel ts, and crornl ind of j : . ; / rtaken RICHAll) 'MA . .d weekly salts qf Itot. a rp, , .e., ct thlir Tranalgo . ,aly. Toongaun ic yan, " ,y in each month. .110wurel yards', a' " hmonth Lnatr'o, yard. : 'tch nontlh Cluan: . :. NOTE.-A-ccol nt . endered. TRAIIALGON . UNE. SICI ltl 3A( ' . will sell at the:ir ar'd,. ' . .:- 10 head .?ixe,! C l t:e 20 Bullocks anu.! , io St, ers 25 half-fa: Cowa Horses, Pit..: Waggone. _t , Sale. RICHARD MACK.\Y 2: C.., Auctioneers. Trralgon, have f,'- p;-ante sale. 1 Double-sctetCd W -.' with pole and shafts complete in splendid order. Price £25. The above is a perfect nurgain. For par ticulers apply to 11. MA KAY & CO., Anucltiners, Traralgon. TRARALGON, 30- D.,Y, JUNE 16 A M'...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

Conriiiercial Hotel, TO pý- BBIE. r CIA T TrairI'ere & others t: -c.c=mti ts with YE E NfIrEERD LI BPEED, iliufe ~a liher, Tr:ra1 oi.c. crrc c_ . S GON. ... ..:.15... .. s UP~i iC., TiCCA F . C O R NE L Lt ....o Luxiord' ,. LLU't. STATICYERl, G- od- DJaier. IT. BARA :LGON. , \ ORRIS, :RIIALGO\. -- a rmaie ut. hIrure & Co., :LI: UIERAKERS. TRhCTI kLGON. Charie5 Haiz, 'E?; EAltNESS MAXER JIORWELL. - :. f S- dlds and Bar W : and kcent ; stock. -: =beu:ed with neatness and despatch. : wcrk done in first-class et-le. . 10 IR I ELL Cheap Boot Store. CBAELEEEAECE a --- e a Coloial Boots -.d -~ c te ir t ssed an .oflert . R. Stephenson, SADDLER LhD HARNESS MAKER, IIORU ELL. at' cad Gentlemen's saddles made to trier at lMeboorne prices. EATIRELYU_ 1REW .TOCK Of first-oelass Drapery,, Clothing, __.. BootsaAnd na hos, -. _ Stationery, Faney Goods, etc., At A . GA 'S IRON STORE, MORWELL. \?R. A. G. b?e? :o inform the inhabitants of Mrtwell. H.az?lwood. Mirboo, anld sor. Sro.nijr...

TRARALGON MARKETS. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

SITRAJRALGON MARKETS. ---o Monday. Messrs. A. A.ILean and Co. report:-We varded a fair supply of cattle on Monday and succeded in clearing every beast at satisfac tory prices to vcndlrOS. 'There is n ready sale for fresh or forwarl condition cattle in Traralgon at present. The following prices we obtained on Monday. Fat Cows--fair quality at e5 5s ; store cows, inferior quality at L2 7s; store heifers I years old at £2 Ils Gd ; Do. Do. 2 years old at £2 3s ; Store bul locks to £23. A nice lot of store steers at LI 2s ; a lot of 2 year old steers at £2 13s. 11, Mackay & Co. report for the week ending 11th June:-Cattle-At our weekly sale Trarmlgon on Monday there were few forward but all in were dispo-ed of. Wesold pringers to £5 os and steers to L5 Is. pigs--\e sold several lots at satisfactory prices to vendors. We also sold Mr Johnl Castles' farm on the Tvers Creek and several lots of sundries for vtrious ownter. At our usual mnotlhly sale at Latroble see sold several lots ...

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