ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Traralgon Record And Morwell, Mirb... Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,138 items from Traralgon Record And Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers And Callignee Advertiser, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,138 results
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

General G:abam's report on the battles in the Soudan ise published. Many officers and men who distin guished themselves are recommended for honor., The General bestows warm praise upon the Naval Brigade, which is acknowledged in an appended dispatch from Admiral [lewett. Moj Ir Chermside has been appoin ted Governor of Suakim. He is a great favourite with the natives.

FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

FATAL ACCIDENT. -0- An accident occurred at the Lakes Entrance on Friday, by which a sea man belonging to the ketch Abstainer, aged about 20 years, named August Babn, a German, lost his lite. The Abstainer's boat went out to sound the bar with Captain Catsrinich, of the Ab staine;r Captain Manson, of the schoo ner John and May, and two seamen. When approaching the outbreak on the bar a very heavy sea broke into the boat, which immediately foundered. The men clung to the beat, and were picked up by a boat manned from the schooner. The accident was first dis covered from the flag-staff at the pilot station, and the pilot immediately gave the alarm to the schooner, which was anchored close by. It appears that Bahn, the man who was drowned, made an attempt to get ashore with the boat's oars, and these were afterwards picked up in the mouth of the river. It is supposed that Bahn was attacked by sharke. The captains of the Ab stainer and John and May and the other seaiman, although they r...

MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

UIOR'WELL. 'cur"resndent writes. .e -i orwell Ho i- ~: L 1ote and buI , -. e" D'l Etlne-s as -10 wer sunrrised athis Si ?S'?sa. -a he did a ver . He was universally .. a ,-; .eral ivori'e. which n Ls v prosperous a is: a mos liberal S" .. s'::V D rt in eiTew : t lI i te rest and aisnr:c, and his S:wns;'ip woil re . : "ti pliae , but it is " - "hat he is not " tnýT _ on IS nii1 ....... ,:: ·: : . nc mth rej y ii : ... :- .cn D Contr: :: em-en: of t~e p~. 'nes T-re ot tn'e ifor :* sns; Etx years &r. 2s": , e-c:. .. b' .ee i -.'c rcee- saea .5, : .:: ...-. t':', rt.- hi s ho ' -"": :- o:le C daholie de :iir church, bu: S vice e" laut unday, ! " . g -.5.- ti er. Father . t. a reduced to S.::h : a iCr :e"w o! I u mesting the ::_ h: erecion ot

BREEDING SOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

BREEDING SOWS. In the majority of cases, more diffi culty is experienced and disappointment met with in rearing a litter of pigs up to the age of ten days, than ever after ward. At present, when the young ' porkers" have a high prospective value the proper care of the breeding sows becomes a matter of some importance and anxiety to the farmer. The food of the sows should bha varied and moderately salt, abundant enough to ' th . em thriving, yet not sufficient to fatten. It iswell togf ~thi charcoal occasionally, and a trifle of sulphur. The slops of the house are good feed. All this tends to keep the appetite in a healthy state, and to destroy the tend ency ot the swine to devour their young. They should not be closely confined; a small yard, at least, should be attached to their sleeping pens for them to go into at will. Change of quarters, especially when near the time of giving birth their young, is ant to work injury, and should be carefully made if neceesary. If poles are place...

AGRICULTURAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

AGRIUULTURAL NOTES -o The oil of fowls is said to be an excellent emollient for old leather. Dusting potatoes with air-slaked lime will arrest decay. TheFrench prune is a regular bearer, and the fruit is distributed and sold in the United States. Rust on blackberry canes can be cured by applying afew handfuls of salt to the ground over the roots. Provide a dusting and scratching place, where you can bury wheat and corn, and thus induce the fowls to take needful exercise. Gilroy dairymen are experimenting with rye grass. This feed is especially adapted to overflowed land, as it cannot be drowned out. Cattle and horses thrive on it. Apple trees set out in a long single row by themselveslbear larger and much brighter colored fruit than when set in orchards, because'they get more sun light on all sides. A hoe handle should be smallest near the hoe and largest near the other end, a pitch fork handle the reverse, says an Eastern journal. The writng on zinc labels written at the "New York ...

FIELD AND GARDEN. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

FIELD AND GARDEN. JUNE. OncDanD AND VINEYAD?.-Finish the planting of vines and all other fruit trees. Dig or plough the soil oat the erchard 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. KITrrHEs GADEN.--Sow peas and broad beans, cabbage, lettuce, cauli flowers, and spinach. Thin and trans fllant onions. Manure and dig or trench pround as it becomes vacant. Early gidaey potatoes may be planted. Globe artichokes may be divided andreplanted Mlake hotbeds for early cucumbers. M[ake plan of garden divisions, and arrange for future cropping. Tn FIED.--Goo00d 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...

THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

THE GAZETTE. -0-- The lt July has been appointed the day for celebrating the anniversary of Her Majesty the Queen's birthday in lieu of the 24th of May. Licenses in arrear, under Section 49.--Wm. Allen, Geeo. Ardill, D. Liddy, and John Widdis,at Traralgon; John Flynn, at Glenmaggie; S. New man, Loy Yang; Geo Nicholson, Tanjil; B. M'Creedy, Willung; J. W Simmons, Rosedale; and W. C. Jones, Willung. Application for licenses approved. Thos. Brown, 124a, Moondarra; Clara Smyth, 320a, James K. Champ, 263a, Yinnar. Applications for leases approved. James K. Champ, 262a lr 34p, Yin nar; P. A. Bonhomme, 212a 3r 7p, Traralgon; Thos Johnston, 118a 2r 21p, Moe ; Seymour A. Coleman, 120a Or 20p, Narracan South ; Wmin. Cashin 235a 2r 28p, Tarwin. The following transfers of leases have been registered:-J. Fitzpatrick to the Board of Land and Works, 3a Or 91 at Maryvale; Thos. J. Mattingley to Oswald Marriage, 159a 3r 25p, and 86a Jr 19p, at Traralgon. The Electoral Revision Court, 'ap Rosedale, w...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

MARRIAGE. BONHOMME.-MELVILLE.-On Tuesday,17th inst. in the St. Peter and Paul Cathedral, Richmond, by the Rev. Father Quinn (late of Traralgon), Peter Augustus Bonhomme, of Traralgon, to Catherine Melville. Mar ried by special license.

ABNORMAL REVERSION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

ABBOh.i AL REVERSIOiS. -o Nt absolutly bon.d to limit our selves to ,.ue rl? e of eut.jects, we are temptedl to take what may be called a retropec tive vi w of he attire in which our witve-, si-;t i, and daughters are now probe- a in. the streets. For s?oie U:t ',.- ?ab e reason, they seem qu te tur:ble to keep things in the golhien Cw.t- - co much bontnet or too litt e, to-, tilht or too circumambient gowi.- : ;a:d for what reasort have they now haken t. carry behind an appa rats- like the hump of a camel or the shelf of a lard r? Deeply pondering this new d. vclopmtnlnt, it has occurred to us that it is distinctly a case of whst evolutionists cell reversicn. They say that the delight we take in a picnic is just from its [:eirg a temporary return to ti-e Ino-le in which our forefathers habitually l ved ; so, with equal reason and equ:it truth, we affirm that the present eelIiht of womten in an ab nornhal development of their retroepect is unr.doutedly because it is a return to an e...

Parliament. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

Parliament. Tuesday. The Legislative Council met at the usual hour. The president informed the hon. members that he had presen. ted the address in reply to the Acting Governor, and His Excellency had been pleased to say that the address afforded him much gratification. Mr sargood, in reply to Mr. Beaver, said that the Customs ofiers had made a second seizure of obscene prints ex posed for sale at a shop in Swanston street, and that the Commissioners of Customs had directed that allimported papers of the same description should be dealt with in a sunilar manner in future. Mr Campbell moved the se cond reading of the Attorneys and So licitors' Remuneration Bill, and after some remarks by Dr Hearn, generally in approval of the measure, the motion was agreed to. The bill was then committed, all the clauses, excepting three which were postponed, were agreed to, and progress was reported. The second rending of the Married Women's Property Aet Amendment Bill was moved by Mr Taornley. The m...

MISCELLANEOUS. London, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

MISCELLANEOUUS. London, Jnne 21. A banquet is to be given to the Mar quis of Normanby, late Governor of Victoria, at Willis' Booms, on the 9th July, by a number of colonists con nected with Nova Scotia, Queensland, New Zealand, and Victoria, of which colonies Eis Lordship has been Go vernor. London, June 21. In the debate in the House of ,ords yesterday, on the Earl of Rosebery's motion for the app.intment of a com mittee to consider the best means of promoting the eficiency of that House as alegislative body, his lordship com plained of the inadequate representa tion of the Australian colonies in the Upper Chamber of the British Parlia ment. London,June 21. The Clerical parry in the Beichetag are strongly opposing the subeidy of 4,000,000 marks (£200,000) which was voted last month by the Bundes rath, or German Federal Council, for the establishment and maintenance of of a line of mail steamers between Ger many and Australia, and the East. Prince Bismarck is urging the objec tors t...

MELBOURNE MARKET. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

r MELBOURNE 3MARKET'. Wednesday. Messrs. R. Gibson and Co. report:-Fat e Catlte.-1500 head forward for week's sup ply. consisting principally of inferior and medium qualities. The demand was limited and prices showed no improvement. We quote best bullocks, £12 to £14 7s Gd ; good 7 do, £10 to £11. We sold 120 for different owners, including )I'Millan's Hazelwood bul. locks, averaging £9 12s 6d. Fat Sheep. 13,000 yarded, large proportion being good useful mutton, with few prime lots. Prices a ruled slightly easier, best crossbred wethers makingl9s to20s, extra higher. Bestmerino d wethers 13s to ls. We sold 2500. A M'Lean & Co. report:-Fat Cattle, 1540 forward; prices unaltered. We sold 50 bullocks for 3Mr O'Dea to ii 15s; 21 for Mr Boland, to £9 17s Gd; 1S for Cameron Bros., to £14; 10 for Mr Fenton, jan., at £7 15s; 12 cows for Mr Bates, to £6 15s; bullocks r and cows from Maffmra at full market rates. Fat Calves.-We sold 27 head from £1 13s to £4 2s 6d. Fat Sheep.-We sold ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

FAlSHIONABLE HAli CUTTING -o Joseplh Caffrey, Undertakes S RAVING, HAIRC 'TING &- a ID RESSING In each branch of which he is thoroughly competent to embellish his patron's craniums, in the most approved styles. Haircutting 6. d. Sharing - 3d. Address-nezt to the Chemist shop, TRARI.ALCON. TRARALGONDISPENSARY -o Cold drawn and tasteless CATO~R OIL. FINEST QUALITY Imported from Italy. -o Sold only at the above place; in bottles at 6d. and Is. each. West Bros. GENERAL BLACKSMITHS, Beg to inform the inhabitants of Traralgoh, and surrounding district, that they have purchased the Blacksmithing Business re cently carried on by Mr Thos. Jones, and beg to solicit a continuance of the patronage accorded to their predecessor. Jobbing Work, Of all kinds executed on the shortest notice. Horses carefully shod. The Railway. Trains for Melbourno leave am. p.m. Traralgdn ... 8"9 6"50 Morwell ... 8'30 6'17 MIoe ... 85.4 0641 Melbourne (arrive) 1"10 10*52 For Sale leave a.m. p.m. Traralgon .....

Correspondence. BLUE RIBBON. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

Correspondence. -i BLULE MIBBON. To :3. Editcr of h. "'' Traral.oon Record." SsIr-- was :led , se-a rC:r sin.:n: by ELuo Eibbon manh, r houu?h I can't sa I n an . : wi -L s whos ly. For e~inee. c traks abo: he ~ lihts and the rceneral conduncoet cf o:n hot can be Tcrifte:i an abbia day. T! I cossider a :, sr :: = ecen7. _or i: i eC-ine: on meat ngly wek :ier w.. One t our new '-c- i?sm foi'Thn3 -he:ir example. and nor '" p .u s o'ng dow - 0lind fr clIing :nh dor. o an-ta even e. sw o a imrinn more zha it b.ing an orhir; busin' day With ?ze ;:o opIcka-.gm yS.ewlicese. IJama ho wL hit if iis for any orT=ary building: bat i an etablishment of some moo itude, to b, conducted on appm-oved pniopls. is ectei then I would not objecc As to the n-u-er o hotes. there is no doubt ?tht we col . do rit one or f--wo ls in the town shia. that is of the ordinar: class: and altohnh I bea noanimh-cy to any publican or soirit Tendor, I in conclusion hbe to state tha- I am reonen.i to hel to debt anfine...

Toongabbie. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

Toongabbie. -? or o'n correspondElt. -: .- is gradually growing w:. ? e- bding are to be re the course of _:-: be"l"i:eve there is to ae .- - he township for the _: I : in posting their : :: deal bin done in : : 3s-in: now. The iron i- r- : ' :y n -he r 'n oi -: :: rke-. It has been S joe oernment, es d :- ::- mch :nher: and more _- --, :h mec favored red :-- L -- .- a's': " reau-s: -o - _. :ever ge man, ir Scott i :ir. itend gin it a trial, and e: c: the:. ger n^ ifavorable :: 1 .?:o te u me-s 03 a n -::le rds : Corwar? are a : ?ierce to the Fraizr? abont ::-, a nice loi cc cattle are - c ir-m tere eile: V- ='es=days e'enin_ a verny ue '. ee in coe:neon with the e:-, infularati:n was held Hi al, with Mr Ma • :.:e a: , who min his opeling :=-: Nwel and to the point :' dea-?bi:t of ali ecomingtotal '- . Rectations were nicely : -- , t:i Sr."dow and Mr Bo ':-. I 'Ir . . A. Herman, the - 7't- ~' aovement, in his usual ':.i. , addressed the meeting, :- -o ur oi-idli the eils accru ":: i...

Latest Intelligence Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

Latest Intelligence ----o By Electric Telegaph. (From our own correspondent.) Thursday evening. On theauthority of Archibald Forbes, the well-known press warrior, Lord Wolslev's Egyptian expedition will not be despatched in October, as General Gordon is certain to have desoatched himself already from Khartoum:. Fnr ther Stanley, the explorer is said to be marching to Gordon's relief from the Caigo, with a considerable force, under the auspices, also par of the "New York Herald," whose man he is, and thus royally indicates the power and dizLity of the fourth estate among Englishmen, and the first estate among Americans. The Australian cricketers, whose triumphs over the Lirerpoolians was merely nominal, dishke so fine a point, and propo-e another match to test their relative prowess. A detective, Lomaine was proceeded against to-day in the City Caurt, the object instead of exercise of criminal procedure. Nothing worse, however, was imputed thanmereperjury. Case or.ceediug--.f course ...

Football. MORWELL v. ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

Football. O10RWELL v. ROSEDALE. --:o:- The first match of the season between the "oave clubs took place on the Mor well Fot-?tll Ground on Saturday last, in the nresanec of a good number of es cators, Roedaie having defeated Traralgoa on a previous occasion, a good game wa anticipated. Mr Green well, who captained toe viitore, h.vinn won the to., elected to kick with the wind, which was blowng freshly. At half-past 2, Macmillan, the local cap tain, sent the ball rolling, which was quickly returned along the wing by Greenwel. The ball was then re turned by Morwell, who secured first beh nd, quickly followed by another, after which Somamers, in trying for goal, hit the post. Rosedale then took the ball down to their goal, and quickly obtained two behinds :hrough the agency of C tter, 1Murren (3), Bolger, and Greenwell, who woer playing well for their team, as were Porter (2), Sommers, Cross, and Powell for Mar. well. Shortly afterwards Bolger ob tained a free kick about 12 yards in fr...

NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

NIEWS AND NOTES. --o The Railway department notify that return tickets at Friday excursion fares will be issued by the last train to-dt;y, until Tuesday, July lsr, available for return up to the night of Wednesday, July 2nd. We (" Times") are informed that arrangements have now been perfected for the proposed visit of Hanlan, the champion sculler to Gippsland. The "locale" of the operations will be M'Lellan's Straits, and in addition to the exhibition to be given by Hanlan, he will offer prizes for competition by local rowing clubs, and as steamers will convey passengers from both Sale and Bairnsdale, it is to be hoped that these two clubs will be able to bring out their best crews, and thereby en hance the interest, of the day's pro ceedings. The probable date of the visit will be about the middle of July, which we shall shortly be able to an nounce definitely. At a meeting of members of the Victorian Women's Suffeage Society held on Monday night at the BoEirke street Coffee Palace...

From our own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 27 June 1884

CL _ lar? Log nsn ma-it - here on the 1th. :.::: .D.G. C.T., Tempr :: . iste by Bro. Cook, of .. ,- . Lfciaied, and - - members. and siso Sit xtoat: om omcers, . C .T., Bro. Turnbnll, 3: . Eio:, W.C.. Bro, Por :,. B. ... Br:. 31Rarey, W.S., Bro. i:. . .J.. Br:. Fraser, W.J.G. 1i . W.O.G.. Bro. Laued, .. 3-..b . L:UD, Sister Henry, rý. J>:=: `1, ns'dson, R.H.S., i . W..S.. Si-ter Henry, - orow, W.S. They S it m zeeoin; s overt Wed -- , a . ,:he o.ie ! Is suPplDinE a T:-.: 1 tas.... hFu leit in Mar -...::: be : oed it ;I rcceive ? m-7, entd. At prosent sI : ;s ocP a Armstro:'s c Ho:el. -: must be a S;: e members to spend L:.:_ ?i .ectail evening once c-I. -:. be c nscious that they .: . ::?I, to their fellow men : . I ;-redeua: he tap looms) by - ."_ i?_-rom :he death to whici .- owed them- elves to tall, - -m:o -he ao ii. ns that toed t them. Sl ha-s unrnhaed a con :- -o all oienm Lf lan in the :: mnd has timber on the . which ac l he is o.ng to buinlding for a cabicet :-s .i bbis...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 July 1884

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, TRARALGON. On the 8th July a Grand Concert will be held in aid of the funds of the above church. S. WILLIAMISON, Hon. See. c SHIRE OF TRARALGON. -0--- REVISION COURT. -0 AN Open Court for the revision ot the . Voters' List will be held at the Shire Hall, Tarrlgon. on Wednesday, 16th July, at 12 o'clock noon. EDMUND KELLEHER, President. 1 Shire Hall, Traralgon, 26th June, 1884. Notice to Storekeepers, &c. s --o- I THE UNDERSIGNED, do hereby GIVE J NOTJCE thatl will NOT BE RESPON. SIBLE for any goods obtained without my written order from this date. P. BONHOMIIE. June 13th, 1884. THE TRARALGON QUADRILLE BAND SIs Open forEngagements. Applyat the office of this paper. J.Peterkin & Co IERCHAN TSm TRARALGON, Aones rot R. GOLDSBROUGH A&1 CO. (L-rurrr.n)..?lfrLneLoE. RE prepared to make liberal ad vances on Of all kinds, and every description of Colonial Produce, Cons gned to R. G. & CO. for sale, or they will PURCHASE the same outright a...

x
Loading...
x
x