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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

ýIIscellanieous. T'he "Home Noirs" of July 4 has, the following:-The ldon. Ivo Bligh; second son of Lord Darnley, has just asrived at Cobbhabi Hall with his'A'us traliari bride, after . a lengthened wedding tour. There was . great rejoicing, and merry peals were. rung to give the young couple a, hearty welcome. Out of a total area ofi' nearly 21,000,000 acres 'the woods and co ses of Ireland are now less than 330,000 acres. In Great Britain out of nearly 57,000,006 acres, 2,500,000 acres, are now thus returned. The forests of Europe are estimated ,to ,cover 500,000,000 acres, or nearly 20 per cent. of the surface of the Continent. . A foreign contemporary eays that a luminous wateriroof paper, which may be of use in places not well adapted for the application of theso:called luminous paint, may, be made from a mixture of 40 parts pulp, 10 parts phosphorescent powder,.1 part of gelatine, 1 part of potassium bichromate, and ten parts of water. "General Gordon's lift," says the "Lancet...

No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

Wednesday. In the Lcgislalive Council, the Mining on Private Property Bill was read and commit ted, many clauses being struck out. The Railway Loan Application Bill passed all its stages. In the Assembly, at the request of the Premier, all questions were postponed until to-morrow, in order to allow the debate on Mr Mirm's amendment to be closed to-night, as agreed upon. A petition was presented from a public meeting at Sandhurst, in favor of local option and the abolition of grocers' licences. On the House going into committee on the Land Bill, Mr Bent asked Mr M~irams to withdraw his amendment. Mr M3irams said in deference to the views of several members, that he would withdraw the amendment. He would, however, propose one of a similar effect on the sixth clause. The debate was adojurned. The resolution agreed to in Committee of Ways and Means;, increasing' the' duty on imported, perfumed spirits from 20s to 24s per gallon; was reported to:the House and ngieed to. Mr Service inform...

ALCOHOL FROM SMOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

ALCOHOL FROM SMOKF. i .The'itest instanee of.the utilisation of waste products is that effected at Elk Rapids, Michigan, with the gase: ous matter given forth by a blast fur nace in which are manufactured 50 totis of-obarcoal iron per day. In the case' to' which we -refer; the vast amouint of smoke from the 'pits,:for, :merl. lost in the'air, is' now turned to account by beiig driiven by suction, or draught into stills surrounded by, coldiwater,'and the result'of: the?cbn deneation being first acetate of" lime second, methyl a'lcohol; third, :tar; the fourthl part produces gas, which is consumed under the boilers'' Each cord of.tood piroduces 29,000 cubii: feet of smoke ; 2,900,000 feet' of smoke handled in 24 hours producing'19,000 lb of acetate of lime, 200 gallons of;al cohol, 251b of tar.-Stearns' "'New Idea'?:' ''."

Parliament. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

Parliament. -o Tuesday. In the Legislative Council a petition was received from Coleraine in favor of the grocers' licenses. The MIining on Private Property Bill was further discussed; several amendments made,and the Bill was reported. The Bill to enable a Company to change its name was read a second time. In the Legislative Assembly Mr Gillies said that as soon as tile Land Bill was disposed of he would be prepared to introduce the Railay Bill. The BailhayLoan Aplication Bill was read a third time, and passed. Mr Mason directed the heon. Mr Gillies' attention to the great want of accommodation on the Gippsland railways. The further considera tion of the" Land Bill in committee was resumed, the question being that clause 1 be agreed to; to which Mr Mirams moved asan amendmnet that after "1881" the following words be inserted:-" From and after which date the alienation in fee simple by auction, bysale, or otherwise, of Crown Lands. shall entirely cease." The discussion of which oc cu...

Football. Traralgon v. Morwell. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

:-Football. Trarailgon v. Norwell: These clubs met for the third time .this season at Morwell last Saturday. Both previous engagements, after ex citing contests, requlted in draws,,: and as :the third match was accordinigly expected to prove particularly interest ing, both clubs endeavored to be well ,represented. When, however, the time filed for leaving Traralgon: ar rived, so many of the local men were absent that it was plainly apparent the visiting team would be an unusually weak one, and though departure was considerably delayed in the attempt to fill :the place of the absentees, it was found impossible to procure more than .13 men to proceed on the journey-a circumstanoe which gave rise to the remark that Morwell had a :*!soft thing" on. _But.despite. the depres sing prospect, the small contingent drove away in good spirits, and on a - riving at Morwell two additional mem bers of the club, who had gone on by the early train, were added to the team thus bringing the _number up...

MORWELL. SHIRE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

On Saturd ay°e (; muster turned out i ?n convener of the Public 5w'`t the division of the Shir i there being over 100 Pr Mr Murdoch Was ePee ed?aJr the absence of ir Mieti rl a letter read stated trea t' unable to be present After the aeadin' of ment and apology S~ItCle the platform, and statld one of the prime move . that it would give 1e1t ] to all if tho ie s re dit was strongly in favor o0 the meeting, and m toed opinion of this meeti t at the Traralgoon i into ridings." Air Coli ded the motion and in a that he believed that nearl in the colony is now diaided ings, and he thoughit it, ave the Trraralgon Slire ridings. d 1 r Firmin, president o intimated that he had tak the gettirg up of the nii qute satisfied with the I. f of working an d haid o ear t from any of the rat?. I: not believe the ratlrpu:Jr, Shire to be divided, if up he was sure tlia woc e worse, espetially the oi0,lej whom lie thought liould re: Sfled with the way their talo Sexpended, in proof of ehich e, t statem...

ORIGINAL POETRY. LINES ON PLANTING THE FIRST STREET TREE IN TRARALGON [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

ORXIGINAL POETRY. LINES ON PLANTING THE. FIRST STREET TREE IN TRAlRALGON , Come I Gather, boys, let's do the deed, We'll plant the tree, and spare the seed; Be mine the lot to wield the spade, To crltivate a grateful shade; And in the future it may be A gratetul, spreading, shady.tree. The weary traveller here will find R lest sad comfort to his mind; Toe jovial swain, made glad with wine, Will find a haven neath the pine; Or, should he from folly seek relief, 3fay learn it's lesson--turn a leaf. Benenath it's shelter, who can tell 1 Some genius rare may work a spell, Mav leave his name high on the scroll Of Fame-to live while ages roll. Even now : away in realms of space, 3Iy mind heroic deeds can trace- "1 see a nation proud and strong, From whose exultant shores, a song Of triumphant joy peals o'er the sea; The echoes answer-" We are free." From shore to shore their voices ring, On every shore glad people sing ; And, gleaming in the morning sky, A noble batnner waves on high, Bie...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

Public Notice. THE undersigned having planted trees and effected other improvemente upon the Traralgon RECREATION RESERVE' which he has been unable to protect with tree guards, etc., hereby gives notice that until the guards are placed around the plants all persons are prohibited from playing FOOTBALL, or otherwise trespassing upon the Reserve. JAS. DUNBAR, Leaseholder. July 21, 1881. NOTICE. ALL persons fods tresspassing in the .o-inrook Estate will be prosecuted Poison laid. All dog shot. A. P. BOW.MAN. July 11th, 188t. WANTED. -o WANTED a strong useful girl. Apply--Mus. JOPE, TRAnALGON. WANTED an owner for a red and white STEER, branded B on off rump. Any person proving ownership and paying expenses can have same by applying to W. C. THOMPSON, TRARALG0n. Lost. -o ONE boy's Brown Overcoat, between the residence of Mr J. M'Lean and the Bluff Bridge. Finder rewarded on delivering same at the Cash Store, Traralgon, TO LET. 25 ACRES of First-class Land, near the Tannery buildings. Fen...

MECHANICS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

MECHbAN ICS' EETIOG. Ot Tuesday evening a very enthusi ii public meeting was held at Mrs c1·bell's Hotel to take steps to build aMechanics' Institute and Free i?n;ar in Morwell. Despite the cold ul, stormy weather, about 40 persons it, oded, many coming from a distance. ~tr Firmin occupied the chair, and in ola ing the meeting read the advertise Iut referring thereto. r Gadd was appointed to take the h.uites of the meeting, and a letter of 3, 1 .gy read from Mr J. M'Millan, who ,.,lraised his support, which letter was ,. iced with marked pleasure by those r eat. Mlr John English in moving the :t resolution stated that this matter a! been allowed to stand in abeyance o, too great a period, and it was about ae they made a move to have some .og done. He then moved " That in Sopinion of this meeting itisdesirable , build a Mechanics' Institute and Fre Library on the site purchased i, the public for that purpose, in \i,srwell, and that those present elect a .osomittee to carry out the wi...

No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

The premier mayoralty in England is enjoyed by Winchester, and its 700th anniversary will be co.ebrated in the course of the pres; nt year. A aounn man who was visiting a mn-nare' i? A,: \xonne, France, imprn dr~nt'" i ut l :r :irm thlrou.h the bars of a laon's c.nre t stroke the animal's he:al, when :he limb was immediately seized by the lion and his mate, and literall :omt to pieces. 'The animnals were drivein away by vigorous blows, and the victim fainted. He was re irn ,cd to ha, h ,spital, andtl the arm take., oi; but tht shock proved fatal. One of the cartridges found ender the Parliameunt building in Toronto somla time since on analysis was found to contain dualin--a stronger explosive th::n dytamite.

AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

AMERICAN ITEMS. ! Biidoo witnesie sare sworn by, the wateis of the Ganged. England sends £2,000,000 worth bf goods to the Congo distriet every year. During the past year, 32,732,000 telegrams were sent in Great Britain an increase of 640,000 over the, pre vious year. : The King of Belgium hhs offered :a prize of £1500 to the author of the best work on the means bf:pbpularis ing the study of geography. Writers ofall countries may compete. From figures published regarding the variations of temperature produced in Europe by cyvcones, it appears that that during the winter cyclones, bring warmer a:r, and colder air during. the summer. New York Jews are joining in :the temperance movement. Some of the yachts of the New York Y'cht Club will not Co into commis sion this season. The tornado in Wall street has been too: severe on their owners. A youth of nineteen yeais of 'age passed through Palmyra, Mo., recently "en route" to New York to join his parents, claiming to be the long-lost Charl...

Accident to the Cerberus. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

Accident to the Cerberus. On Tuesday last, when the ironclad Cerberus wasdown the Bay for the pur pose of enabling the men to have some   gun practice, a serioius accident oc curred to one of the big turret guns. A 400lb shell exploded at the gun's muzzle, with the result that the steel tube inside was fractured in three places. The damage is serious and cannot be repaired. It is contended however, that it is not of such a charac ter to necessitate it being condemned, although lighter projectiles will have to be used in future.

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesdasy. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

DIELBOTLnl MI.- ARK:ETS. Wednesday. Messrs. A. 'Lcan and Cd. Fporp--:-.. Cattle.-S50 yarded. 'rices for heay primne lots considerably hight! I medium and infer ior lower. We sold 10 bullocks for Mr Mor rison at £11 17s 6d, 22 for Mr Blore, to £9 12s Gd, 20 from Maffra to £7 7s cd, and 20 cows for Mr Brennan, Woodside, to £8 17s Gd, avcraging £7 7s Cd. SMessrs Iichard Gibsn and Co. report : Fat Cattle.-860 forward, shortest supply for some years; prices advanced 15s to 30s per head, latter advance for best quality; best beef worth 35s per 100lbs. We sold 40 for Robertson Bros. F.F. bullocks and cows, averaging £149s d and £12 respectively; 20 Crooke's HIoley Plains, Gippsland, bullocks, averaging £15. Fat Sheep.-12,000 yarded, principallysecond-classquality; pricesabout the same, best merino wethers making 16s to 17n Gd; crossbred do., 18s to 20s ; extra quality higher. We sold 1500 for different owners. Messrs Wms. Adamsosn and Co. report: Wheat.-We quote 3s 10d, ex rail or store, a...

MISCELLANEOUS. London, Aug. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. --o-- - London, Aug. 23. His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, under whose auspices the Exhi bition of Colonial Products is to be held at South Kensington in 1886, has sent a circular letter to the Governors of each of the dependencies of the British Crown,urging that special efforts should be made to secure the complete repre sentation of each of the colonies at the exhibition. London, Aug. 24. It has been ascertained that theIrish invincibles--Hanon, Smith, and Kava nagh-who arrived in Melbourne last year by the s.s. Pathan, and who were not allowed to land in Australia, are now living at Banda Oriental or Uruguny, a small South American republic, south of Brazil, London, Aug. 22. The death is announced of Mr Edwin Brett, formerly manager of the London Chartered Bank, Melbourne, and after wards chief manager of the Oriental Bank in London. London, August 25 Four Austrian cruisers are about to be despatched on voyages to all parts of the world, with the object of f...

European News. THE FRANCO-CHINESE DIFFICULTY. Hong Kong, Aug. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

European Sews. (From the "Argus.") THE FRANCO-CHlNESE DIFFI CULTY. Hong Kong, Aug. 23. Adniiral Courbet, the French com mander-in-chief, commenced a vigorous bombardment of the arsenal at Foochow this afternoon,,at 2 p.m., and kept up a continuous fire for three hoursi resulting in the total destruction of the arsenal,. Great damage was done to the Chinese shipping, no less than 7 gunboats being sunk, only 2 escaping destruction. London, Aug. 24. It is reported that the French cap tured the Chinese fleet, but that two French b,,ats were taken by the Chinese. London, August 25.' At the bombardment of Fooohow, which was begun on Saturday, the French fleet, comprising nine vessels, disabled eleven Chinese transport ships in seven minutes. The French refused to accept the signals of surrender .that were dis played by th..Chinase, and continued firing shells for sevelal hours. On the part of the Chinese two gun boats and the batteries at the arsenal vainly attempted to reply to the fire ...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY AUGUST 22, 1884, FRANCE AND CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

II_.. -tI-o- (Published every Friday mo:ning.) FRIDAY AUGUST 22, 1884, FRANCE AND CHINA. unce .v ?n .. "- r 1 "1lunced into a useless war. There is no saying how d that enterprise will end. The military s glory which collapsed in 1870 can v hardly be regained in a conflict with 1 China. That France should be victo- v rious in China is less to be dreaded v that that she should be confronted by c danger nearer home. Some monarch- v ial states in Europe have turned from 1 her because she is a Republican; ( others have been alienated by her t foreign policy. In Europe, at this f moment, unless England can be ex- b cepted, France stands without a friend. o She has only to look into the Govern- a ment organs of most Continental coun- I tries to perceive signs of covert, if not active, hostility. Her diplomatists a make no secret ofhaving to endure a Iit coolness not unmixed with ?;perity, n P all the large caw;s except London a. lerman statesmen and German jour- w nalists have countenance...

TRARALGON MARKETS Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

TRARAi .GOi M tIRKETS. --0--o Monday. Messrs A. 31'Lean and Co. report:-Last Monday being sale day at Morwell we did not expect many cattle. However, we had some to0 head to offer, nearly all of which we disposed of at satisfactory prices. We sold store cows, medium quality, at from £5 15s to £6 2s Gd. Store Steers-We sold a number of pens at prices ranging from £2 15s to £3 1Ss. Store Cows--We quote at from 132 is to £3 10s, according to quality. Store Heifers, from £2 13s to £3. Young Cattle-We sold a large unumber at from £1 tls to £2 Is, most of the lots offered beingin very low condition. We have several en quiries for working bullocks. Messrs. It. Mackay and Co. report for thle week ending 28th inst:--Good demand for stores of right ages. At Toongabbie, on Wednesday, we cleared all forward at satis factory prices. For Mr Dwyer, cows £3 11s; Mooedarra steers, £3 Itis; vealets, 30s: odd lots cowss £3 to £3 5s. At Morrell we yarded (12 head, all beilng withdrawn, bidding not sati...

NUISANCES. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

NUISANCES. To the Editor of the" Traralgoa Record." Sin-Permit me through the:medium of your columns to draw the attention of the proper authorities (and to request that aetion may be taken therein) to the following 1st.-The nuisance of wandering cattle, sheep, and pigs, in the streets of the town-ship. 2nd.-The necessity of having all pig-styes removed from around all dwellings or near the town. and 3rd.-To take immediate steps for the romoval (compulsory or otherwise) of Mr Breed's slaughteryardls, which it is acknow ledged on all hands, is a standing menace to the health of the community. When residents were few, and dwellings scattered, the same reason did not exist for demanding their removal, but now that the township is e. tending, it is well that action should be taken to prevent any possibility of an epidemic breaking out in our midst, tdrough our own supineness, and careless neglect of snuatory precaution, Action, prompt and speedy, is desired by PIEVENTION, BETTER TIAN CU...

Correspondence. TRARALGON ABUSED. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 29 August 1884

Correspondence. o -o TRARALOON ABUSED. To the Editor of the "Tlaralgori Record." Sir-I will not so far affront you t~osug gest that you were the author, or were even aware of the publicationof theleadingarticle which appeared in your lst issue. I amcon. tent to suppose that you were absent aid en trusted your pen to a stranger to this town and district, and that this person was not only ignorant of this locality but eminently malicious. It caunot be imagined that you, Sir, who, in common with your fellow towns. men, earn a livelihood in the town in which you reside, could so traduce your neighbours and abuse your home, as was done by the ar ticle to which I allude. "It is a dirty bird," says the old adage, " that defiles its own nest," and with this proverb in view, I amnloathe to believe that you were aware of the infinity of harm the article referred to will do to Traralgon. Were it truthful, I would say nothing, but would still regret its publication, but, brist ling as it does w...

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