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

French Convicts. A very satisfaclory effort has lately been made by the police to discover the nest of a number of French convicts from New Caledonia, and in all probability a number of important arrests will shortly be made. The dis coveries disclose the existence in the city of a large gang of French burglars and coinere. Their hiding-place, a cottage, in Carlton, contained one of the most complete and ex traordinary assortments of burglars' and coiners' implementseverdisecovered in the colony. The place was stocked with a supply of wines, beers, spirits, groceries, ham, butter, eggs, and pre serves of every description, the whole of which are valued at from £150 to £200. The officers discovered con cealed beneath the oven several ingo:s of tin and lead, together with several complete plaster of Paris costs used for coining sovereigns, half.sovereigns, half-crowns, floriis, and other coins,, a numbnr of dies, three nwv!y-:oined spurious florins, and a spurious three penny-bit. The...

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

NEWS AND NOTES. -:0: The small-pox patient, MIr Colin Campbell, is to be released from qunr antine on the second of September, he having progressed very favorably through his illness, in consequence of which the scare has now almost sub sided in the township. The topic is rarely mentioned, now that no new cases have broken out in the neighbor Early in the season, Mr J. M'ecan' President of the Traralgon Football Club, intimated his intention to give a silver cup to the best all-round player in the club for the season 1884. The cup, which is a very handsome one, and ornamented with afloral design, is now in exhibition in Franklin-street in the window of Mr Henden's shop, and is attracting much notice. Mr M'Lean'e generous offer has no doubt I had something to do with the genuine interest token in the Traralgon club t this year, and the lucky recipient of i the cup may well feel proud of the I distinction which it marks. The cup I is to be awarded by ballot, and it is I proposed to ha...

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

LOW'ER TARWVIN. -a SoEn 0in.e ago we were asked to make enaqures respecting the land (mentio ted ill a Mirboo letter) in the vicinity If Mr Longmore's land at Lower Tara in,and in answer the above-named genlemacn sends the following particu Ills, dated August 15:-" When your letter reachted Lower Tarwin, I was maay from homa, hence the de'ay.. i have no personal knowledge of the qua ily of the land up the river, from here, and in coniequerce of the flooded state of hle country, at this season of the 'ear, it is next to impossible to get over tile land. Howerer, I made one attempt, with partial succecs,r and froel enquiries I have madeas I had opforlllniy, from the oldest residents of the district, I gather from them that there is ani area of ibdut ten miles by six to lle north of my place of very good land. It is very flat and will nearly all require draining, but the ti?ber--blackwood, hnzel, wattle, and gaul-is said not to be very heavy. On the banks of the Tarwin, I have heard th...

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

TOWNi DIRECTORY. -- Tnas.oLnoN-hNinety-seven miles from "'1 lhurne, en the main Gippsland lire., at th,. iunction of the lfeyf eld line. Shire Council.-~resident, G. Firmin, Esq., Cnncillois, Messrs J. Peterkin, D. Camnpbell, H. Breed, Bodycomb, and Firmin; Shire Secretary and Engineer, Mr James Campbell: Treasurer, Mr. H. Munro, manon ger of Bank of Australasia; Health Officer Dr 31'Donald ; Inspector o Nuisances, Con. -table Donoghue ; the Council also act as a Local lioard of Health, and meet for busi a,ý on tile second Wednesdayin the month. at I l am. L.w.--Police Magistrate, A. W? eowitt, Eq , wiho holds courts on the fourth Thurs '. ! :y ;:!: ':t; .r;ticees of the T'eac presiding on the second Thursday, at i0.m. ; Clerk of Court, and also Electoral legietrar, Mr Chiarles Du Ye ; Justices of thei Pcnce, e'le?sts J. Peterkin, Dr Morrison it. T",ung, W. Whittake s, It. Mackay, and lis.1 Ia o Ae ; osc ',icMesrs. W. . Murdoch (Lorrespcnte..l). I.. Breed, Joha Barton, and Thos. Cla...

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

FIELD AND GARDEN. -c Otntal:D AND VisxeatD--Graft hardy kinds of fruit trees. Keep the groltnd tree from weeds and the sulface loose. Vines that ]have previously otfferd from oidium may Le dressed with a mixture of sulphur, sof -soap, and lime; apple trees should also be dressed to.des:roy the cotton bhghlt. FLowRn GA.sDEN.-Sow' tender an nuals oil hotbeds tor transplanting. Sow hardy sarietis ehere they are to remain. Plantrcorms ofgladious ; also prelareon:t.t s aid others of the har dier btdding plants. Sow couch graes on lagnsa Plant bufftlo grass. Pro pagate hlaf-h:,dy flutwering phants. Cut back Olnt prel'hrgoniunms ill beds and be ders. KlirrITt GanRDES.-SO w leeks nnd onions. Make a towing of the Imtin soot cro, s. Sow peas ; ,arth uip ard sth k p.:ty ons crops. Seakale may now be blanched by eimply covering the plants ; sln h loe panusorboxes. Pll.ot a fu-I ti o of p .iatues. Raise (tucutm betr, mal rows, t, nmatoes, t.asts, andt o;htr ender herbs i theat for trans pl'n .:x...

ORIGINAL POETRY IN MEMORY OF EMMA GRAHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

-RII INAL PO ETRY IN MEMORY OF EMMA :GRAHIAM:i EIMMA leepethl :she who bore the fairest Image of Eve in childhood's Paradise; Natures Princess,,her royal charms the c rarest, Lighting love in angel's eyes. Emma: spitless asa snow white lily; .Sweet as the fragrance of a new-born roe; Lovely in burial raiment, pale and chilly; . Beauteous in death's repose. Emma, by the magnet of her graces, Drew hearts towards her to be pnre awhile ; Her beauty won among a thousand faces, * The stranger's sweetest smile. Her gentle spirit, like the dawn,pervaded, IHer Word of friendship wRith a joyous light; Her smiling glance the gloomylieart invaded And charmed away tihe night. Alh 1,for this world she was too rich a treasure; A pearl tco.precious for the crown of Time; A flower too fragile fora lengthenedmeast?re, Of any mortal clime. And so she sleepeth : it was hard to sever The link of loveliness her presence give; But oh ! her" beauty is a joy for ever." Love's memory owns no grave. enino.

SPECIAL INDUSTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

SPECIAL INDUS TRIES. -o The following is an extract from a paper, by M. Laudy, Esq., J.P, on Saturday evening last, before the Briag.,loug Debaing Society : In continuance ot the subject (the means of increasing the wealth and prosperity of Victoria), I wish to fix your atttention to :hese p in's:---'Th::t grazing in it-elf will not materially. in crease the wea'h mand prosperity of the people at large, inasmuch nc s it des not make the most and bh: t use the soil of the country is capable of pro producing, and does o' giCe rprosperi ity by the expenditure of labor: ?Nei ther will the production , f cereals, thy are too bulky, too heavy in proportisn to value for export to a distant market. The farmer growing cereals only, brings gri-t to the mill, of others, ': t little meal is rourned to hitiiself ; he certainly produc s freight : for, our railways, and loading for foreignainer chant services,commissions:and, chacires without number. In doing this, however, he impoveritics his soi...

IMPOUNDED AT TRARALGON By the Herdsman [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

IMPOUNDED AT TRARALGON a-o By the Herdsman 1 white cow, piece out topside near ear, O (with line through centre) near ribs 1 white yearling heifer, brown cars, like Sq off ribs 1 yellow and white yearling heifer, same brand 1 roan steer, like J near back, like?off loin. 1 red and white heifer, piece outunder near ear, WB conjoined off rump 1 white heifer, a springer, notch under near ear, the point of the ear cut into a fork, like RS near ribs 1 white cow T off back, R behindoffshonul der 1 red and white yearling heifer, no visible brand 1 strawberry yearling heifer, piece out top side near ear, top off of ear, like t on rump 1 strawberry heifer calf, running sore near shoulder, no visible brand 1 red and white bullock, JB conjoined near 1 red and white steer, bald face, top off both ears, 5W near rump. By D. Campbell, Esq., 1 red and white bullock, like C or G ofe ramp, top off near ear, slit off ear. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on the 27th September, 1884. S-JAS. ...

Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

i?seellaneouas. --o The distress caused by the rapid increase of rabbits in the Wimmera and other districts has assumed such magnitude that the selectors organised themselves into a monster deputation, which was to wait on the Minister of Lands at noon yesterday, and urge that prompt measures be adopted by the Government in exterminating rabbits. Mr W. Madden, M.L.A., informed the Minister that the deputation would be from 1000 to 1500 strong. The depu tationists are combining pleasure with businees, and have brought their families to the metropolis for a trip down the bay.-" Age." The Melbourne correspondent of the " Independent" writes:-" There is a political scandal at hand which bids fair to liven up the dull time we should otherwise have this week in both Houses of Parliament. The newly ar rived commander of our naval forces, or whatever he is called, is just at log gerheads with everybody. It does not appear to be he fault. New brooms sweep clean, but the spiders do not like t...

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT Saturday August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORT f Saturday August 30. Messrs. J. Wishart and Co. report.-Fat Cattle.-Prime beef, 35s per 1001b. The Sale Borough yards fairly supplied with all classes of stock on Saturday, prices on the whole about the same as Matfra. We sold a lot of 3-yr-old steers at £3 15s, and pri vately during the week 80 bullocks, in low condition, £4 17s 61, and 38 cows at £3 Ss. Sheep.-Fat, crossbreds, 14s; merinos, lls 6d to 12s 6d, ewes, in lamb, Ss Gd to 9s. Horses.-Indian sorts selling well, from £18 to £25 ; 'bus sorts, £16 to £18; medium ldrauhts, £18 to £22; heavy draughts £28 to £40, according to quality ; hacks and lar nesr sorts, £8S to £15. P'ig.--Prices good for bacon sorts, selliag at about last week's quotations.

An Exciting Arrest. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

An Exciting Arrest. -o The water police at Williamstown had some difficulty late on Wednesday night in effecting the arrest of a well known criminal on board the ship Howard D. Troop, outward bound. Daring the day a warrant was issued at Port Melbourne for the arrest of a man named Joseph Ryan, charged with others, in breaking into the All Nations Hetel. It was rumored that he had shipped on board the above vessel. The warrant was entrusted to Con stable Potter, who went off to make the arrest. The ship was ready for sea, and upon the police boat getting alongside every difficulty was placed in the way of the officers. The chief officer refused to allow a lad der to be put over the side, and the police had to climb up their own rope, which was hooked over the gangway. Upen getting on deck they found the sailors very reticent and refused to ren der assistance. While the police searched the fore hatch the selmen hoisted their man up the main hatch, and a general rush was made round th...

Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

Wednesday. In the Assembly, Mr Service said he thought he would be justifed in referring to the, death of Sir: Robert Torrens. He had no 'besitation in saying his name would go down to pos terity, in the annals of Australian his tory,.as the author of the simple system of land transfer. Judge Higinbotham told him that he purchased a piece of land prior to the Torrens act, and' it took -him' two years.to get a title perfected.. but .now,. if not effected within four days?,coniplaiats were sent Co the newspapers. Mr Bent in endor sing the eulogy, 'said the working cTasseeparticularly, had reason to be thankful for the introdauction of the Tairens' stattitegu U " The Customns duties and Distillios Act Amending Bills passed all stale,. The House went into committee on she Land Bill, and dealt with part two 4. pastoral land. At the instance of Iir Pearson, clause 19 was amended, so ., to make minimum grazing capactvy 1000 instead of 2000 sheep, and 150 instead of 250 cattle. Clause 20, f...

LIST OF COURTS. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

LIST OF COURTS. SEPTEMBER. POLICE COURTS Rosedale, on Wednesday, 3rd, at 11 a.m. Toongabbie, on Thursdey,4th, at 11 a.m. Traralgon, on Thursdays, 11th and 25th, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on Fridays, 5th and 19th. Morwell.on s Wdnesday, 17th, at 10 a.m.; summonses ssuedon Wednesday, 10th. Moe, on Saturday, 20.b, at 10 a.m.; Warden's Court, same date, at 9 am.; summonses issued on Saturday. 13th. Summonses for all above courts issued at Rosedale evey Monday.

Sunday Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

Runday Services, -o CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Rev, J. R. Walker, at Callignee - 11 a.m. Slynn's Creek .,. 3 p.m Traralgon ... ...... 7 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. L, Tait, B.A. at Traralgon .. 11 a.m. (Sunday School Anniversary) Hazelwood North; ... 3 p.m. Morivell .. 7. WESLEYAN CHURCH. Rev. F.A. Herman at Toongabbie ... 11 a.m. Eaglebawk I 2.30 p.m. Traralgon 7

DIVISION OF THE TRARALGON SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

DIVISION OF THE TRARAL GON SHIRE. -o - -0- On Tuesday last a meeting was held at blorwell, of gentlemen appointed for the purpose of defining suitable boundaries for the division of the Tra raigon Shire into three ridings, as agreed at the public meeting held at that town on the 23rd ultimo. Mr J. W. Hagan presided. the following motions were brought forward: ; oved by Mr Crinnigan, seconded by Mr Walker, That the boundaries of the ridiugs be North and South. Car ried. Moved by Mr Goldsmith, seconded by Mr Crinsigan, That the wet riding shall commence at a point on the La. trobe river at the mouth of the Mor well river; thence down the river to a point in the parish of Maryvale at north east corner of John Lindsay's selection; thence bearing south to north-west corner of Joseph Smith's selection; thence south to old Melbourne road; thence east to the pariah boundary of Traralgon; tlence south by parish boundary of Traralgon to parish boundary of Jeeraling; thence souta by west aide ...

Latest Intelligence Thursday evening. St. Petersburg, Sept. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

ILatest Intelligelnce -o By Electric Telegraph. -:o: (From our own correspondent.) Thursday ewnting. St. Petersburg, Sept. S. His Majesty, the Czar, left here at midnight yesterday (Tuesday) on a visit to Warsaw, where pre arations hare for some time past been made for his reception. London, Sept. 3. Rumors are current in political cir les that Lord Carlingford,Lord of the Privy Seal is about to resign office, ana the Earl of Rosebery will probably succeed him. The S.S. Bombay which left Port Lyttleton on 10th July with about 10,000 carcases of mutton, has ar rived. Australian Eleven v. North of Eng land. The third day's play resulted in the Australians being defeated by 175 runs. The latter have thus lost both their matches against the North of England. At the Randwick racecourse to-day the Suburban Handicap was won by Rebus (Ellis) 1; Howlong (Kelso) 2; Indignant (Sandas) 3. - His Grace Dr Moran, the new Arch bishop of New South Wales, arrived in Melborne en route for Sydney, in t...

TRARALGON PRODUCE. Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

TOARALGOS PRODUCE. Thursday afternoon. Galbraith and Son report.-Wheat, 3s 4d to 3s 6d; barley, feeding, 2s 9d to 3so English, for briglt plump samples, 3s Sd to 3s 10d :oats, 2s 1dto 3s; pens 3s toSs 2d; flour, from L9 to I9 10s per ton; potatoes, L3; cheese, 4d to lkd per lb; butter, 10d to ls 2d; eggs, 9d pir doz ; hams and ba con, 8d per lb.

TRARALGON MARKETS. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

TRA.\ ;i.GON i i HKE 'S. -o Monday. Messrs. R. Mackay and Co. report for the week ending Thursday September 4:-Fat Cattle-Supply very limited, prices firm at late quotation, We sold privately during the week a draft from Cairnbrook Station at a satisfactory price. Store Cattle. -A fair supply forward, bat owing to the scarcity of mciss and want of rain to fill the waterholes, buyrem were very backwant in operating freely. At Traralgon on Monday we yarded very few, biddings howerer, not 1 comingc up to owners' reserves, they were passed in. We sold odd horses up to £1610s ; 15 pigs on acco:nt of Mr Farmer, at 10s ; odd lots of sundies at satisfactory rates. We hope io have our new yards completed in a month, when we shall be in a position to offer our constituents and the public gene rally, rard accommodation second to none in Traralgon, as usual. we will sell fat and store cattle at our Traralgon yards next Monday, and at Latrobe on Tuesday. Messrs A. M'Iean and Co. report :-We yard...

MISCELLANEOUS. London, Sept. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. ---o-- -0 London, Sept. 1. It is definitely announced that the International Postal Conference, which was to have met at Lisbon on the 1st October, has been postponed until Feb ruary, in consequence of the cholera which is now prevalent in the south of Europe. London, Sept. 1. Mr Murray Smith, in reply to a communication from the Victorian Go vernmeat, has intimated that he is wil ling to accept a renewal of his term of office as agent-general for the colony, which expires in February next. London, Sept. 2. The latest accounts respecting the progress of the cholera in Italy state it is increasing in Naples. Mr Duryea, ofthe United States, has offered to give 6000 dol., to be rowed for next year by six of the leading scul lers of the world, including W. Beach, of New South Wales London Sept. 3. The death is announced, at an ad vanced age, of Mr Joseph Livesey, of Preston, one of the chief originators of the teetotal movement in 1822. The forthcoming New South Wales loa...

AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, Sept. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 5 September 1884

AFFAIRS IN THE SOUhDAN London, Sept. 1. Letters have been received from General Gordon at Khartoum, who is still holding out against the rebel for ces. The general states that he can defend the place until 15th October.

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