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

Miscellaneous. -o V'We (" MIercurj ") reCret to have to record the death of Mr Charles MI'Lean (the fither of Mr Allan McLean, M.P:, one of the members for North Gipps !and), was a very o'd colonist, and one of the oldest pioneers of Gippsland, the cilcle of whom is rapidly narrow ing. The following brief particulars of Mr IMcLtnn's career will be read w.th i: terrst:-Mr Charles McLean was born in the last year of the last century in Invernesshire, Scotland. He was educated in Edinburgh, and early in life rented a large sheep farmn on the banks of Loch Morer in his nanie shire. He sustained severe losses during the disastrous winter 1837, when several thousand of his sheep perished in the snow. iHe dis posed of the remainder of his stock; and a few years later sailed for Australia. On arriving in S, dney in 1S42 he was offered the management of some sheep stations by the late Captain M'Alister, in the recently discovered district of Gippsland, and accepting the offer, proceeded thit...

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

. r own cort spo:dent. Wednesdao. .nres::m hore is progressing as : ra circums:anees will permit. <. t w:ith a slight reeident a f-w .so l breaking several c:gs Sm:lpinion whe: l. They 7 . arr sent down to 'el :. new wlre', and pending :. e sunk diown to the ::nek They are now :: _ :i p, so that i- case of not . . ,rtsin supply, they calcu .. .. h::e sunficient to supply S::- :!: township ith a pump e- t%: t 'low. .: LanL] 3 1.1A., introduced a :: le Postmaster-General : I::ay, prie et a petition . is.:,1 atua of Toimgabbie . :i,: : uit. l e sie should be in ic the owtshiO for a post :..'i li?.e. Mi Campbell .dla::aio that bhe could not : ,, i:cr t.,e expense of S" e::.i ebut he was will S- a ssen.,er to deliver ,,.,.. ^: m i, "ers f'Jim the present

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

The HiaHWirny. Trains for Melbourae leave aol. P.M. Traralgon .. . b'56 Morwell 8.30 6 17 Moe ... 85 6 41 Melbourne (arrive) 1"10 10152 For Sale leave a.m. p.m1. Traralgon .. 11"43 0"30 Flynn's Creek .. 12"3 9352 Rosedale ... 12'15 104 Sale, arrives ... 12.50 10930 On Saturdays only, a train will leave Traralgon for Sale, at 8210 a.m., retur ning from Sale at 9585 a.m. For Ileyfield leaves p.m. p.m. Traralgon ... 12.5 9.50 Heyfield, arrives 138S 11283 Leaves a.m. p.m. Heyfield ... 615 347 Traralgon, arrives 7*18 5'20 W. T. BETTESON, Offers the BEST VALUE in DIt .A R E AIt P' E Also, SELLS Men's Clothing, andi Boots, that will give the wearer s..tisfaction, and only one trial is needed to prove that his Groceries are carefully selected, and of good quality. W.T.B. is also AGENT FOR The "wonderful" Wertheim Sewing Machines, Victoria Insurance ompiany, and Madame Weigell's Ladies' Journals and patterns. : Your support is respectfully solicited. POsT OFFICE STORE, TRARALGON. TRAR-ALGON....

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

tIOR®'ELL. -0 Wednesday. A Temperance meeting was held in tih, iesleyan Church this evening, at gl-iic :: i;are number of residents put in at: .appearance, the Rev. F. A. Ber car, occupied the chair, and urged on t- reseat the necessity of fighting r ,",;tnc avainst the giant "Intempe STis individual was shown to h: in eonormous aperture for the re r..! : of the necessities for sustaining I.-:. in his present vigor, and a few ti. atic les of diet s-rved to thlis l: re inumaterated bh Mr Her :. . :os-acres of corn, acres of p:,-;. :vcre- of hops, &c., houses, lands, . children's clothing, and ?;i comfort, even men were S. the demon. T'he youths i,. ien were asked to fight S its grant as the shepherd boy, .:re (i;og David) had done :::.r;. he smooth stonei of Faith, i s- ve, Courage, and Perseve ra , is he wished them to make v toromiun a Band of Hope. :-; i'. . also, addressed the mee - that ihe was not working a -: ! ii!: Rev. MIr Herman, but i:iet.,: i., ter wished to initi...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1884. WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

911 9?"1"ra lg ?" 'lt"? (Published every Friday morning.) FR1DAY, JUNE 13, 1881, WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE. -0-- " The Oppuaoiiun, if there le an op "position, has no 'past to cavil at," (says the " Argus" leading article on the day of the opening of Parliament.) But another column of that journal, on the same date, demonstrates that that there is an opposition outside parliament, which has a past to cavil at, and is getting ready to give very lively expression to its sentiments. Very recently a meeting was held among the " curled darlings" of Too rak, as another precursor of the Era or the feminine; a Mrs Dugdale in the chair. That lady on many occasions, before and since, has displayed a marked manifestation of anti-gentle men proclivities. Her sympathies were therefore enlisted on behalf of suffering women claiming woman suf frage. A committee was appointed, and now a general meeting of mem bers of a Woman's Suffrage League has been summoned to assemble, under the presidency of that sever...

FIXED FAC S N AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 13 June 1884

INXED i"A'i: S N AGItCUL - o--- The followiig . av he : ull!d lrm occasional ,!f in t11 e American "Falrmer" hi ' 'u-'wh1 ' t~!ued to suit -Victorian Ciat ..nd so l. 1 . A ll w ,. 11 1,n ,s - h o ul 1 ': tl h - d ra in e d , r . 'c t ,0 i ,'h e .. e t':c m in i m:un depth-- S it his is thie most effe'tive dei'," ' Y :1i iends. 2. tDeep .1" _ i" e ly improves the productiv 1 - of the innjor p .rlt of o0r - no ;net. 3. San ldy -:,? c ., lIe 1n,o t effe' tivr y in, r - ' , or by carti,,g onl i tn Slmli t' bonall of a wt -ihole . - "; loads an ncre h* pit' . 's vale cees. 1.. s a. r..J , , _i , i.l :.re deficient Sin lklh-1i' r ,ix d with mut or t1y ak--: ; :l n p .t drl sing r erand :: '. in i btter ti an wi , r t 1 " i:I r1 1- 1 h. n- !o l'he ' . C n1I' 6ng teg, p u:,hle, I"ethir rd ;.lie e lcps; but to n.d u r. .: h :, .v'• , un. draintd is t~ thn'el ir , J r!, i vi, anl labeour ;. Shalol p ,?e ;i in useeless op ration f1 . ,rq ; it im poveriehes the soil andi , ', ,'l-{ , r v 7. Ski...

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

T?lE GAZE?l?TE. -o Licenses approved.--Wm. Oxford, 200aeres, Allambee East; Chas. Caldwell, 273 acres, Mirboo; James Faser, 51 acres, Narracan South; SMary L. Leý, 150 acres, Tarwin; d Thomas W. Coulter, 250 acres, and Wilson Coulter, 320 acres, Mfardan. Licenses revoked.-1Patrick Plur. ke r, *20 aeres, Neerim ; open 'for se lection on 20th June. Application for leases approved.-T. Hall, lla Ir S28p at Jeetho ; Eliza beth Smethurst, 140a Ir, Yullock; H. Collyer, 315a 2r 9p, MIirboo; Saml. Cleave,227a, Yannathan; Annie J. Cook. 310a 3r 37p, Korumbuna. The folowing mining leases and 11 water right licenses await execution. Mitchell river Division, No. 705, J Browsi, 13a 3r 12p. Moe Division. eNo. 701, A. Lamond, 43a Ir 19p; No. S7U3, tihu Taujil Deep Leudý Ould Mining Company, No Liabilily, 22a 2r 3Sp. Water right licenses.-Mit e chell River Division.-No. 510, The if Hidden Treasure Quartz Gold Mining Company, No Liability, 3r 14h ; OmCleo Division.-No. 514, the Cobungra Is Gold Minin...

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

W\ANTED. -0 WANTED known, a firs'.class Wa'ch given away tolnorro r evening, at the Al echanics' Ilallcno charge. WANTED known Bruce Auction, in aid of the Mechanics' to-morrow night. 1, OST. -o LOST front Traralgon. on Saturday last. Brown Filly. blind near eve. W 'fsit shoulder. Finder leaving same at IIickox's IHotel rewarded. June 5. AIBElT WHITNEY. 'TEiNDERS TENDI)ES fr erecting about 40 chains of log-felcing atc A. Clalermtn's selection. Four-)Mile Cr.eek, will be received at thi, ollice until Thursday, June 1tll, at 2 o'clock p.m. A. CAMEIRON, Trtralgon. T0 IiUIL)EI S- -Tenders are invirtd till 4 p.m. on Monday. l6th .lone. for the erection of a TW\O-STOItEY IiiCeK HIOTEL, oppoite the Railway Station, Tra ralgon, for t r C. Neville. Ilans and speci fications, may he seen at the otlice of the ullnderziiaed; the oilice of the '"lercury." Sale, nad at the oflice of A. E. Moore. 1S Qaeen-street. Melourilrre. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. JAMIIS CAMI'IELL. Arc...

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

EXECUTION OF MORGAN. Morgan suffered the extreme pen- alty of the law on Friday morning within the precincts of the Ararat Gaol. Precisely at nine o'clock on Friday morning the sheriff, Mr An- derson, entered the gaol and deman- ded from Mr Pinniger, the governor of the gaol, the body of the condemned man. Mr Pinniger, with the sheriff and Dr Weld, then entered the con- demned cell, and were imediately fol- lowed by Upjohn the executioner. The Rev. P. Homan, the chaplain, was the first to leave the cell, and he placed his hands on the railing of the corridor, and lowered his head in prayer. Mor- gan was immediately led out by Up- john and he advanced to the scaffold with a firm step. The Chaplain said, "Lord Jesus, receive the spirit, abide with him." The fatal noose was soon adjusted, the bolt drawn, and Morgan had paid the penalty of his crime. The only movement observable after the body had fallen was a drawing up of the legs, death apparently being al- most instantaneous. On ent...

THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884

THE GAZETTE. Applications for mineral leases have been applied for by W. Ehrenburg for the Perseverance Coal Mining Co. and the Victoria Coal Mining Co. amount to be invested in each £25,000. The mines being situated at Jteraling. Issue of new licenses approved. Joseph Couper, 20 acres, Mlirboo; Joseph Collins, 20 acres, Neerim ; C. O'Connor, 10a 3r 91p, Traralgon. Applications for licenses approved. John Drohao, 320a Carrajung; Thoe. DM. Roche, 282a, Carrajung; J. B. Goodwin, 53a, Carrajung; James Fullarton, 1163, Samuel R. Watson, 108a, Chas. E. Brown, 200a Moon dorra ; Patrick Colve, 300a, Carrajung; Win. Verning, 113a, Welshpool; Barry Moran, 318a, Toora; Harry Cassidy, 118a, Welshpool; F. II. Ma. thews, 70hJ, Doomburrim. Applications not granted.-- tto Ruch, 39a Darriman; - Ifred Whalley 70a, Callignee ; Char. Johns, 200a, Moondarra; open fer selection at 9 a.m, on 27th June. Licenses revoked, etc.-Robert Ferry, 159a, Mirboo; Archd. Smith, 62a, Darriman; 'open for selection und...

EARLY STAGE OF INEBRIETY. (Published by request from the "Mercury" Supplement.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884

EARLY STAGE OF INEBRIETY., (Publisbel by request from the "t'er curny" Supplement.) There are found in all . parts of the country men and women who use alco hol in limited quantities. To the casual observer they go on for years and are apparently no worse, and fi nally die at last of some common F disease, leaving the reputation of hav ing lived what the ineb.iate would call an " ideal life" of moderate drinking. I Why they drink is not clear. If they I have any reasons, it is alwaya sustained by their unbounded faith in the capa city to abstain at any time at will. These cases are inebriates in every I respect, except in tile prominence and intensity of the symptoms. There is no difference between the chronic case of the lowest type and the highly res pe:table, moderate drinker, except cne of degree. Both are sufferina from, a positive physical disease. In one case the dis order is developed, in the latter, for some obscure, the case never goes on to fill development, but is always...

TRARALGON MARKETS. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884

TRARALGON MARKETS. -o Monday. English, Little, and Co. report:-Only about 200 head of cattle were yarded, andl biddines were dull. a large number of those forward being passed in unsold, owing doubtless to the scarcity of grass consequent on the extremely dry weather. We sold bullocks in forward condition from £5 Is to £5 10s ; 3-year-old heifers from £3 to £3115; 18 months' steer and heifers, 335 to £? 5s store pigs, £1 Is; sos, ?is ; small slips. 8s. TRARALGos PnoDuCE, Thursday aftenioon. J. Peterkin and Co report.--Whet. 3s 4d to 3s (d ; barley. feeding. 2s 7d to 's Oid ; English, for bright plump samples, 35 Gd to 3 8d : oats, 2e6d to S ;d peas 3s 3d to 3s 5d flour, from L9 to LI 10s per ton ; poatoes. L' s ; cheese, 4d to Cd per Ib; buter. lld to ld ergs. 1s d per doz : hams anld hn con. ,cally cared. id to Sd; -3reS!lrnem cursd. ld to ts ld.

MISCELLANEOUS. London, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. London, June 16. The works in connexion with the Panama Canal have been seriously in jared by freshets caused by the h aqy rains. London, June 13. The acnual meeting of the RTyal Newspaper Press Fund was held last night, Vicount Hampden, the late Speaker of the House of Commons, in the chair. The chairman expressed a hope that the English press would, in fature, devote more attention to colo nial affairs than it had hitherto done. London June 14. The company, of wh;ch hMr Maurice Lyons is the promoter, for carrying on pastoral pursuits in the Northern Ter ritory has been advertised in the papers. The chairman is Mr Alfred Denison, chairman of the Royal Far mers' and General, Fire, Life, and Ha;l Insurance Company, and a director of the Trust and Agency Company of Australasia. Lindon, Ju:e 1-. The price of hops is rising. The Australian cargoes which have recently arrived have all been sold. London, June 17. A meeting, attended by 30,000 Orangemen, has been held in Bel...

European News. AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884

European aews. (From the "Argus.") AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, June 15. Major H. H. Kitchener, R.E., who is in command of an Egyptian force at Korosko, has telegraphed to t~he Egrypinn Government that if Dongola which is t:,reatened by the insurgents, is captured, the Mehdi is certain to invade Upper Egyp , after Ramad;sn, th3 Mlahommedan month offasting. London, June 17. Later n=ws received from the Soudan states that the civil population are flee ing from Korosko and assouan, dread ing t'e approach of the insurgents. Gedaref, to the east of Sennaar, has be-n captured by the followers of thl Mahdi. Active preparations are bhing made at Wtolwich for the despatch of railway material to Suakin. Aden, June 1.. Admiral Sir William Hewett, V.C. arrived here to-day, on his return from l;is mission to the King of Abyssinia. L Cairo, June 17. As previously announced, the mits on if Admiral Hewvett to Abyssinia ans proved an undoubted success, and in accordance oii the arrangements e tere3...

Callignee. Monday, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884

Callignee. -o [From our own Correspondent ] Monday, June 16. The weather has been of a showery nature during the week with a warm temperature for this season of the year, which no doubt will be of some -ood. There has also been an absence of frost until the last few weeks, when there was tome of a light degree. Our cricketing portion of the com munity evidently mean business, the comm tree having chosen the ground, the members rolled up with commend able punctuality, and by energetic and united efforts it was soon made to assume quite a different appearance. It may seem rather curious that we 1 are preparing for this game when it is out of season, but we are differently situated to other places, the grcund having to be prepared, and the mem bers are desirous of practice, they being more accustomed to handle the f axe in tend of the willow, which is ne cessary if they intend to acquit them selves creditably should they visit anywhere. , omewhere about eighteen months ago a committee ...

Wednesday, June, 18. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884

Wednesday, June, 18. James Rogers' examination was con tinued. In reply to Mtr Bushe he stated that he could not remember where he got the difference between the £742 he-received in Melbourne and the £800 or £810 he took home witl.bim. The insolvent-made a long statement as to money received and stated that on the morning of the 7th March, when he left home to go to Morwell to look for cattle, he had just a few ehillings it his pocket. He outln-ot sy where he got the £44 he paid away after that date. He was sure he had not £100 in his pocket on that date. He could not say how much he had within £5. Did not think he had £50. He had a balsun stroke five years ago,, and could not remember what happened to him. His honor said he was quite satisfied the involvent could state within a few pounds how much money he had in his po ket, on the 7th March, whenhe sent to Morwell. His Honor said it was quite evident to him the witness was prevaricating. MrBu.he said over £900 had been traced to t...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884

I.iclilau iJ ackatyJ AND CO., Stock, Station and GESEIIAL C03IOIISSION AGt'LITS. -o AGEN'IS FOr Trust Estates, and Mortyagees. .ew Zealand Loan Comp'any. Satin:al of Ycer Zealand, Fire & Marine London and Latnashire Fire .etr Zealand Accid,'nt AUCTION SA) ES conductedandra la. tions made in an pnart of Gippsland. LOANS nIegoiated oan every description of Landed Iroperty, Stloc, and Chattels, and eaery kind oJ finnciatl agnecy undertakes PIICIlARI) M.ACAY & CO. hold weekly a.ots of lloracs, at:tle, Pigs, Sheep, ec., at their Tracalgin trds crery Monday. T2oonngabie ,:rds, last liednesday in each m?lath. iMoral yardsi, lerst londay in each month Lntrobe !irds, frst Tuiesday in each month Clenarl sales-Daily. No--.rt count nsales promptly rendered. T1IARiALGON,MOONDAY,JUNE 23 P ICtA D il.At'IK.1Y and CO. will sell at .tir a . ,:1 , orve late 20 hdea, Illtl Cattle 20 Cows 10 liefter, and Steers taolate, t ig, ,e. Also- 1 lat P;: -~oilt s tsah'lanied Corrugnted hot fitg j...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884

Com0lllercial Hotel, TOONGABBIE. -o 7013)ERCI AL Travel!ers & others i on always be accommodated with ',r de or Double Convermces. r addle Horses on hIand. mES S lPHERD PROPRIETOR. H. BREED, familH Butcher, KIaec Street, Traralgon. y. !:::,c bst quality of meat kept. :?: c ,s fresh every day. Gr s moderate. C. 1. Ur. Jones, Franklin Street, TRAR ALGON pT' TI iL W.'dTCII & CLOCK MAKER. Silversmitli and Jeweller, tp-iciaul and Sewing Machinist. SI.-e C ..r:,, Pncnacntity, and Good w , uarateed. ': c rlla c ,e?aired on the t no'ice. Ar istic 1 hotography. :T :;:riud romo London, nold now in i. o01 NELI,'S SALE STUDIO, Mr. Oliver Godfrey, tA :U."t o1irator fDom the eminent firm of Pci,5r nrl Son, llinTh HIolborn. Under his !e e,etrision, the lighting of the studwo (a rst eeOuamdious one) tl bo een, entirely re. diuted and new accessories arranged, tith : 'speial rier to the production of artistic .'rcts, superior to any yet realised in Gipps. T ,e il be no aoitance in pr...

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