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ARRESTED FOR FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
ARRESTED FOR FORGERY.. --o- On Monday night Mr. John Gre gory, J.P., trading as John Gregory and Co., auctioneers and commission agents, carrying on business in H. r sham and in other parts of the Wimmera district, was arrested on a charge of forging the name of Alexan der Malcolm, of Sheephills, to a bill for £60 lie: The accused was brought .bef.re the police court on Tuesday morning, and remanded until Friday next. Bail was allowed th. accused in £500 and two sureties of £250 each. The necessary eureliie have not yet been obtained, and the accused remains ii custody. Seargenlt Larkan, in applying for a remand, stated that the accused had admitted forging bills to the am untof £1,501, all of which were discounted at the Colonial Bank. Other forgeries are reported, and the total amouut is erxected to exceed £2,000.
The Traralgon Record Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1884. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL. TRARALGON RAILWAY TERMINUS [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1884, HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL. -o TRABALGON RAILWAY TEEMINUd. WHEN the domestic story of Victoria, for the last half of the nineteenth century, comes to be written, Railways will be one of its most prominent fee. tures; and posterity, it is to be hoped, will do full justice to the magnitude, in labor, coat, and skill, marking the greatest of our material improvements. In view of Traralgon, however, we should like a little preseht reflection on its prospective share m this great achievement. The railway depart ment is doubtless one which demands the entire confidence of the country at large. We do not say that it is so, but wears ready to asoume the pro position hypothetically. Still, in Rail matters, particular loralities have somehow found it desireable to have voice, and,.if possible, to make it heard; for which reason we think the New Year an appropriate occasion for lifting up our own We want one or two additions, and one or two a...
MUTINY AND MURDER AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
MUTINY AND MURDER AT SEA. m-o-- An extraordin ry case of mutiny and murder occurred on board the Swedish schoon r Natal, Captain Eustrom, from Boston, which arrived in Moreton Bay Isat Friday night. The following are the particulars as far as known: Etrly on the morning of the 26th Nuvember, the capsain was awakened by a blow from a brad axe down the side of his face. He jumped up and found the carpenter of the ship with the axe uplif ed for a sedo d blow. The " andle struck the captain's arm and he received a severe blow on the temple. 'A sailor at the same time attacked the chief mate, who was asle-p in his heth, wi h. a revo ver. Toe sail ,r fired, and the ball struck the mate on the cide of the nose. The mate then seiz-d he revo veer and rushed into the captain's cabin. hie found the captain bleeding badly, the mutiress being saturated' with blood. All hands then, amidst much con fusion and excitement, went on de:k, he captain and chief ma'e being at tauked by the crew, five men...
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
MULTUM IN PARVO. ---o-- -0 - Cattle sales on Monday at Traral "On. . Sale beat Maffra Cricket Club last Sturday by two runs. The opening of the new Mechanics' Hall at Toongabbie a great success. Crops looking well in Traralgon district. Tne Australian Eleven in England, rereiti',g large numbers of applications for matches. At the Strathbogie Races on 27th, six horses fell in a heap at one of the hurdles ; two riders seriously injured Viney and P. Emmetr. Two Ballarat Bicyclists travelled 54 miles in 3 hours and 39 minutes inluding all stoppages. Toongabbie and Haeyfield folk are looking anxiously for another train on that line. A. M'Lean & Co. offer 320 and 200 acres of land near'Traralgon by auction on Monday. Wheat is quoted at from' 3s 7d to 3s 8d in the Horsham district. At Sr. James, n.a- Lake Rowan, a bush fire occurred, about 28 farmers suffering. The Thermometsr has been regis tering as high as 130 deg. in the sun at Melbourne in the early part of the wtek.-Tue day. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
LAND. L ND. TRARALGON, \.O'DAY, JAN. 7 A. ILEA'.' and CO), will Fell at ther: yards For fsenrge Black, sq., 'rho has left. (iip sland- His Leaseh.l: of 320 acres excellent Grazing V.,nd, secv.rely enclosed with p, sr an rail fence., and well watered, in the parish 'f Locy Tang, on Sheepwash Creek. fr.nting raain road from Traral. gon to Flynn's Creek. The above is f,.r ah soiute sale. Also, sam.e time and place, On account of H3. Walsh, Esq., of sale His Paddock o7 2,0. acres good Grazing £ Land, 5 miies south-east from Flynn' s Creekrsil,.vayst.ti n Securelyencl.o ea with post and rail fence; Cottage P ar manent water, &c. Wili be sold a bagainm. TR.ITPALGON MONDU Y, JA N. 7 M'I.EAN & CO. will sell at their yards, on the above date 10 Fat Bullocks 8 Fat Cows 30 young Store Bullocks '25 do. do. Cows Also, on account of Mr J. . Dwyer His magnificent Team of 12 Working Bullocks, yotng, and in splen id con dition, together with Tackle and Waggqn. Important Clearing SALE...
LIST OF COURTS. JANUARY, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
LIST OF COURTS. JANUARY, 1884. POLICE Cowhrs Murwell, on 8th; summonsesissuedon2nd Traralgon, on 10th and 24th; snmmonses issued every "1 hursday Moe, on 26th; summonses isuoed on 19th Rosedale, on 21st; summonses issued every Monday Toongabbie, on 22nd; summonses issued on 15th -o WARDEn'S COuET Moe, on 26th, at 10 am.
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
MELBOURNE tMARKaETS. - o - Wea~esday, January 2. Messrs R. Goldsbrough & Co. Limi ted report: Wheat is offering at 4s. 2d., with buyers 4a Id. for all good shipping and milling parcels. Flour, except in trade parcels, is not manch in demand, and rules from £9 20s. to £10, according to quality. Oats are in fair-demand from 2s. 10d. to 3s. 3d, for fair feed to best milling samples. Barley is scarcely mentioned, and we hear farmers are 'hblding for higher yrices than malsters care to give. Our quotations are 2s. 6d. for feed to Ss. 9d. for malting parcels. Maize is saleable at 4s. 4d., peas at 2a. lid., and bran at 10d. perbushel. Retail Markets. Dairy Produce.-Cheese, 5d. to is. per lb; eggs, Is. 2d. to Is. 6d. per darean; butter, 8d. to is. 2d. per Ib; breed 5ld. to 61d. per 41b loaf; honey 6d. to 9d. per lb; milk, 4d to 6d. per quart bamr, lOd. to ls. Id. per lb; bscon, Sd. to ls. do. w'ood and Coal The fuel market has been very quiet since our Ihst report, and only small lo...
Latest Intelligence Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
Latest Intelligence (From our own correspondent.) Melbourne, Thursday evehing: Combination team vereud Australian Eleven A.ust ali n E even let in, ntings, 619. Combination 1 wick.t 35 runs. z',rensive fire . r'y this morning at the Leviathan Clothing Company, cor nmr of Bourke and S.santton Sreets. The cor spiracy case, noticed in the " Herald" some days since, implicating one Roy Hamley, Croucher, and a Fijian wss dismissed at the Prahan (nur, tMrTempleton saying that all the men were scoundrrl-, but evidence was insnffic&ent for a jury Another death from htoed-poisoning i,, the.Mlbouroe Hospital The M?srquie de R is, the originator of the New Ireland immli.rsion scheme has been sentence l at Pais to four year's imprisonment and a fine of three thousand franes fr traud. His as sociates were fined the sameo amount, but rec ived shorter sentenees. The New Zealand r-vemue customs f r tine morth- ending 31}t Dec. was a huncre thousand pounds beow the estimate R. \1 . . Shannon...
MORWELL. Wednesday, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
MORWELL. From our own correspondent. Wednesday, January 2. On Monday, the 31st December, a farmer named Henry North, of Mirboo with tw , other men, was mowing ,ats, for Mr. Rout, of he same place, when he suddenly clled out, " I'm going t drop." His mate Gritfin took hold of him, and laid him on the ground, and be died almost instantly. The police reported the mat, er to MAr. Tinker, J.P., who held a m.gieterial ii quiry the s.me evening, nod found that deceased died from heart disease. i5r. North leaves a wllfe and three children wtio reside at Guildford, near Castlemaine, to whom a teleg-am was sent, but toe bereaved wife old not arrive until after 'he funeral, which took place at Mirlboo. On New Year's D ay, the annual social picnic of he Hazelwood folk was helo on the Ridge road, three mi es fr.m Morwell. and there must hane been fully 400 persons present, who all appeared to ti oroughly enjoy them elves. The thanks of thll communitn are due to the ladies and gentlemen wiho prov...
DIST RBAN ES IN IRELAND London, January 2 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
DIST RBAN ES IN IRELAND London. January 2 Great excitement prevailed at Dr - more yeste-day ,n ccuiit of he large bodies of Orangem-n and Nationalis s who had assembled in the town for th- purpos, of attending the meetings of their resp-ctive 1paties. A very hostile spir.t was shown during the day, rulmninatint at length in an attack upon the Nationalists by the Orangemen, who numbered over 20.000. The strong body of military who were pres.nt in -he town promptly intervened, however, and succeeded in preventing anysrriouscollision between the iwo parties. During the di-turbanees atDromore ye.terday three of the 0 angemen were mortally wound d'by tie truops.
TOONGABBIE ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
TOONGABBIE. ATILETIook S-SPORTS 'Itb S ". - _ hbe 1Thl firstday of the New y oin at Tongiabbie ws ma o.Or ?' issue in of the com'ing twel e e fo it showed m ,rkedly 'the 0t, l bdth of its a.ed and youthfU l o0 th res idenlt of r mtrel e? th'attheyh.ad, besides othe et i; ments, erected a Mecl,1ni? plci capable of ieating at least 2i 0 s tably, which buildin ,, a s this memorable occasion, and l truly said to be a credit to t he it while the.youth deserve credit f.ta; 8pirited ma:i?er ir which they lt into the competition for the iSj events onthe prigrammP, and tl:e not in every cae succes.ful yt,'tTl badly beaten that they had o cl be discouraged. The day wao al if cdld be desired as regards the vs.1i which was a sufficient ieducemeWi great numbers to take a dav's ,!;il at Toongabb;e. From Traralgo.a 7ei the number of visitors must b??nd close upon 250, of whom at leir., (allowing for half-fares on the onl of the traffic by the Beyfield uit journeyed by rail. this n?-,,.,ij obtaiein...
Cricket Rosedale v. Traralgon. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
Cricket Rosedale ,.:Trralgon. On Saturday a very enjoyable match was played upon the Trarlgon ground btrween' the above clubs:' Boeedale biought'a very strong team;, still the cioal men had no thoughts of being de. fe~ted;, and. went cheerfnlly to-work The pitch had been carefully prepared, thie matiing being aicely laid down upon a level sufface of sawdust, and played very fairly. The local men sustained a defeat in the first innings by 15 runs, this was owitng partly to tie excellent bowling of Crooka 'and Greenwell, jun., who trundled for Resedale throughout the match, al tli ugh in the second innings'the bats men took more liberties with Crooke's bowling still' they found Greenwell hard to play. The fielding of Rose dale was very good with the exception of an occasional loose bit of work, the long-stopping being exceptionally so, not a single bye being obtained during the first innings of Traralgon, who went first to the wickets, Stoddart and E. Baker going in and opening the in...
GOSSIPY PARAGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
GOSIY PYA-PAGPRAPES. - -- 1' Theris a good s'orr ld of a man that was living en one of the wild mcos tiat are to be met with in the IIlthreds of Sco:ls?d.-There was a g:cd mrod running through this moor; :the =::'s trade was turf-cutt g, by w1hich h- made s sor? of a living, and i:e had a st- astourt I old as himself, tenu?:: fifty and sixty, housekeeping r i ? :.--Ozei da- while at his turf cu . he ~ notriced something drop t:V: t:a: tad-ie of a rider who was tadi.';; iill speti :along the road, so :a s- sur?e h nwent to see, and found s 1 . ," -yi - on the road, which he r'tri d? ct, tIo then sang out to the I?-?:'.::e, to stop, but he was too far a.?v r:3 s ay notice, so he brought t:z ?Jck:t home, where the sister's cur . I s:r i:t?e on an immediate .rve -:i-:t of its cOntent.. To their :s·:i'o entn they fvund nothingiL.side aut: col:; pi=-ce of nanny colored paper Le:.y tii cu in litile bundle, which tey faied ,were beak notes. Being verr i :cr:e,. he sister insis-ted that ( ct...
NIAGARA RAPIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
SNI GARA RAPIDS. Sdepth of Niagara Rapids has s been a mat'er of mre speculr According to "Iron," Fowever, .pe rr r cenltly re.id by Professor ?an before the Buffalo Society of rd So'erces, on the depth of the ra Ricer below the falie, the or stated that it was out of th, on to deoermine the depth, rcally at the usual stage of water. n~dins marked on the maps t be relied on implicitly. The d States Lake Purvey gives tbe of the wet r 1000fr. nor'h of ew ousperoion-bridge at 163fl. whirlpool has never been sour ded retically, something can be done row a little light on the mooted t on. One way in which it can be is by a study of the g. ological for on of that Eection between the and Lewiston. I)r Phlman des, on geological grounds, that iver between the fal sand whirl cannot exceed a maximum depth nit. and is probably between 70ft. SOft. detp. The maximum depth ar the falls from where it shallows d the hairlpool rapids, where the ge depth cannot exceed 2Oft. Ac e depth of the whtrlpo. ...
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
AGRIitCULiTtAL -OTE.S. - mP,.?z Fils.is 2d? torse5 . itu E, eo .: t o n. ci a to?.u oe r- rbfr . he-. I . 'r o iQ E' -o !~c .-anteh ~-hvwh r -o, . As th:i rh never goCo:eLow the stubble. I al W l "i: so ircEa my se -. i:p if . oibl_. ot I t'ink i: l wrh t q -:er c-m I- green than dry. The st:'oe h'. ds e t fin- C as: . artd -.?"-_'es a warm b? for t e roots, in SC-n:er. Tink my way of c reating r__ l Ids gives me a quarter more ic-v in four se.S : h cle cutting. i- htvo e mo ?er tils our-e f.r ,ik:e o teLhs, and would like ito s tahe f-,mer -~- ,arb- ue rC-Y' hn fom tahe rvc. I e tcos- l r? 1 he s H.-.'w to Successfully Tl nsIhart T;cc a.--any thirk it peapr and l teer to take up ft-e tiees from the - wotds tn d trnns.pant them to their Sown grounds c r o e r oide, than dian Sto btur nursery tre. As a rule, such precautsioas have not been t sen. In - digging up the tree, all the roots out side of the circle f- a few feet in r d smetr are cutg om and the mtree is i re-et with its ful...
AN O D WRECK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
AN O0 D W1RECK. -?--r-- s reported from Halifax (a Lor per sa s) that the wrack of a tip has been disc vered which en missing for more than 10 The wreck, too, was fo:rnd in xtraordinary ma ner. Some s ago the Etglish-steamer edar e was wrecked near Torbay. on a, adian coast, several lives being A diver who was carr ing on e,ations at the Cedar Grove tly was surprised to come across cr vessel, which was lying close C dar Grove, but in deep water. uame New Domini-n could be ct'y read on the stern of the er. Ir appears that the bria D ominion sailed from Cow Bry, Breton, in )eeember, 1872, witl, o of coals for Yarmouth, U.S. then nothing hsa been heard of ssel or aer crew until the disco. made by the iver. It is assumed ew Dominion struck upon the et rock as the Cedar Grove, aftr ust slid ng aff into deep water, and Sdwn with her all on board.
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
THE GAZETTE. A pest office has been opened at Moondara, 'via' Moe, and the name of Waterloo pet office changed to "Yar ragon." The time for payment of auctioneers' license fees has been extended for a period of six weeks, viz. to the Sth January 1654. The following gold mining lease has been declared void-F. O. Tricks; 80 acres; Mcondara. The following applications for licen ses, under the Land Act 1869, have been approved-Winm. Williams, 160 acres, Mirboo. Albert 3issen, 24s; Richard Pearce, 10a; James Pearce, 146l; Joseph Dove, 79s; and Charles Dove, 33, Willung.. Eliz. Watts, Ea, Rosedale. Thomas G. Greave. 156a, Toongabbie North. Walter Handley, 79s, Tong Bong. S. A. Coleman, 200s, and Hugh Thompson, 130s, Traralgon. Electoral Revision Courts will be held at Rosedale, on Friday, the 18th January, at 11 a.m., and at Traralgon on same date, at 10 am. The first missionary to South Africa was George Schmidt who was sent out by the Moravians in 1787. He preached to the Hottentots, an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
W. T. BETTESON, KAYE STREET, Asos for a continuation of the favors which he hag receired in the past from the inhabitants of Trraalgon and surrounding districts. A Large Siock of DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, & To choose from. CROCEERYWARE Comparison of Quality and Prices invited. 5 per cent. Discount, for Cash, on all Drapery parcels exceeding £1. ··'1 7 .1 TRARALGON POSTAL AiPRANGEMENTS. MJIL CIrEE FTO M3elbourne . WarrIgol Daily at 7"40 a.m. and Dreain } 3?Me "20 p rn. 3lrorell J Waterloo Daily, Trafalgar 1 7 40 a.m. Rosedale E' I1115 a.m. & 7 530p.m Glnmagge vcatoun pHe'e!d Darily, Co r ray 1115 a.m. Toonngabbie Latrobeo Walhlla ,n., Wed., Fri., 11"15 ita-y Go a.n. Tua. Thur, . ucky Sat., 740 a.m. Tyer.s . Tnos. & Fri. 12"15 p.m. Callignee ) T-iurdawy, Yarram Ynarlmi 10 pm. Corre=.p -ndence for 31iriw, rmflt go by 520 p.m. mail to l,,Urwel, Mo'n, Wed. & Friday . MAILS J'BBaUM iLj: 3felcoarne 1 Warragul Dail,!, 11 tI a.m. and Dr...
AUSTRALIA AT THE CALCUTTA EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
AUSTRIALIA AT TI' CAL C'ITx. EXHIBITION. Q. _ -- Thi: C..cutta "En?iishm'-r.".of the ,7:. N?;yean:cer, con:-i--- the h:-1J':L^? ir;eres:ine c :iticims - n the p:i:cin l ,>?cnid exib:' -. I: wi!l re s?En:E' MrL-. owa's exqukiTite warm:tol:r dCratigs have ezxc.i:i much PUaese: Oar Ausr- ali c:n': e go In ;.rde'5 for pcoh!.r _:-h "-.? ,:me of them are etreme.vly :d cf their -i :, paphr T efrEcr,- S d be i - -=':-"-. 'u: in, :::: n'; " c '.t ';i$ . -1 ptp rsalh: :h-i.?Ls cdr:s!e i :cked the Phe:·? ri.'iut ohe : ~=a:eno" E? ,-e . . :goe rea"s. rTh:er?;cta. ,.:a?"r : Ctn ?. ,io. f ei- t-- " :o: - :nyaern ýa. p he, are wo:ea it te pc&lt;!eCrdri.t;ns in the eioibiio:-n ir: tog ha r, al: l the Aua::.o. n iiC::. hc e ?hat ;they cal ar ? r: -il-:7 to c uhih they at:ach_ a C_ ' dtCS &lt;i a.-r. --ea h" c -, and emrehe" sFpet VuTch alie arE mo:h. T? ther ti n c .:a r.e-sn Zed illustratedn '- or atcg-:he, Surn A=>: .e .'diz= ccf en nschave da uShinEi a c e-a e: gie, ac"kbind...
FARMING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
FA?IMING ITEMS. Catley's -team p!ough was tried by the judgo, at Biehopthorpe recently. It is on a difaerect prineci'e to the old balance pl ugh beinm two seta of four plough fixed on each side a cultivator frame, one set being turned up while the other is at work. The two frames are connected together at oCe end by b:el pinions, so that the weight of the descen ing set he'ps the other up, which makes the orerat;o of turning comprrativ.ly easy. as the p!oughs are pulled ort of tle etound by the engine in the same manner as a cnltivator. By the a m;le operat on of taking off eiglt nutI to e-ch set, the ploughs can be rrmoved all at once and intact : and by potting in a se: of tines, in half-at--hour an c-fier t cn;utiator is ready !ir work. The itlre:tor has thus produced an impln rmt that will be valuab!e to par: es eet tng out for hire, and insileu a boor, to the farmer, in letrtg h:n. get his w, ik done at a 1 cheaper rate, as ploughl g Las hitherto I bet-c a sltw ad txpn,ive oper...