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FATTENING CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
FATTENIx;G CAT.iE". With an animal in i , TUr al se:ste :h' wcetE cf the -: : an.-d by thi e 1i ? ?=d. All ex?_s of fc.ld b 3 r :e - - t-O ('.- one and mnoe in tm e '-r-in, tnimal and fit m "che r-'m_-e nne. Th o .' -' I r A . J , :: i:d b ? a c !: rs fpp y oft r - ,:brium= o" t ,. . Ce.:e an 9rt:.:\-o of fat . Pat s: : u e t rere E. . is m=: paid.. t: T'.he "q.u.i. IC .ur, who deor:i -s r-?. aur s F'ndsf . s ' ! . .ep up the V het of the b. )h-.n the or is, -he :.: ::ree e .e-:7 cel tld;zn i.. t rL : -:t. "h ".e c :::- ; - c?: and -, . . :.. . o,. TI .:h ; f n .-: ".:- i c .d E-.aor :: pro -: : e " cate . ? ,-In ; rr overt cf : _ :c':. :c Gin ..i . Violen .., . s3. :'..t : g - one .?, - -?" .r- ao e.. . " e - . a "te r e .i ,:_e L: hIs- ::-a ir ed nr ee :f' -:. a e- = ::.d G "-lute u , od t 1:_ - a, "-od :e' far. h:eat. In s anan- :- -te -:::de r*in a- e 0 i' r." ta- ... teh. r ei u el an n=- ea- t r' the _ I far cr ': .'-'- -- -'.r a r DE 5s ?_r Sr-:: o ed : 'rt-t' - r tc ir :e a:...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
IM POUN DIN GS. Impounded at TnA-AALGON, by Irs Templeton. r I strawberry Cow, like 0 near rump,1l I (conjoined) off romp. slit off ear. 1 red and white Heifer Calf, top off off ear, slit under same ear, Ihke RC or RG off rump., If not claimed and expenses paid will be a sold on the 2nd February, 1884. JAS. DUNBAR. S Pound e or, NOTICE. Any Person passing through, or otherwise trespassing on my laud, south of the Trarlgon Railway Station, after this notice will be prosecuted CATHERINE CURRAN Traralgon, Jan. 4, 1884. STRAYED INTO PADDOCK. STRAYED into my padlock, black and ir white IIULLOCK; no visole brand; P slitinoff oar; like, hl.f.ircle out of near U rar. It not claimeri and expenses paid, or, or before the 31st January, 1884, vill be sold to cov?r expenses. F. FUGE, TYEns. iDecember 27. 1883. SHIRE OF TRAIRALGON. TENDERS will b.'rec-ivel at the .L Shi e HIall. Traralg o, till 11 o'clock a.m. on Wednes 'ay the 9th day of January mst. for the following works: Contract No. 157. - ...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
NEWS AND NOTES. -o Mr McIntosh, one of the judges at the late Cricket Club Sports Meeting held- at Traralgon on Boxing Day, desires us to saate that the winner cleared 5 ft. 9 in., in the Bunning High Jump. The height given in our report, 5ft. 5)in., was handed to us on the ground, but it appears Mr McIntosh hid doubts about it, and measured again after the sports. On Sunday a log fence surrenoding a field of oats belonging to Mr Well wood, near Traralgon creek, was found all ablaze, and was with difficulty pre vented from causing serious destructinn. Had the oats been more thoroughly ripened nothing could have saved tulis field, and many others, f.r the adjoin ing crop of peas was thoroughly dry. Green as the oats were they suffered, the weeds and stubble burning in numeroas places and keeping several of the neighbours bosily employed in checking its progress, but no serious damage was done. The fire appears to have been caused by the stumps of thistles carrying the fire from a fal...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
H. BREED, Family Butcher, Kayo Street, Traralgon,. anwe but the bet gunality of meat kept. Small Goods fresh every day. C. E, W. Jones; Franklin Street, TRARALGON. PRACTICAL WATCH & CLOCK MIAKER Silversmith and Jeweller, Optician and Sewing Machinist. .Moderate Charges, Punctuaity,'and Good Worlkanship guaraonteed. Traralgon Bakery A. L: GALBRAITH, BAiERI,P.ASTRYCOOK & CONFECTIONER -TAKI this opportunity of thanking he pubic of Traralgon, and surrounding distriet, for e patronae he has received from tlem doring the scrt ive ryear, and would solicit a continuation of he anne favors for the future. Groceries of the bcst quality on hand. Fruit in its' season. H. E. Henden, Tobacconist, B OO KSE LLER, STATIONER, and Fancy Goods Dealer. Snta-tiI-N -ST.,- -TIRARLGON.. Agent for .ge and Ladelr newspapers. W. NORRIS, Boot & Shoe Maker, KATE ST., TRARALGON. Fancy Slippers neatly made up. Murie & Co., CARPENTERS & UNDERTAKERS, Kare Sr., near the bridge,...
MISCELLANEOUS. St. Johns, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
MAISCELLANEOUS. ---- St. Johns, December 28. Further details of tha rioting which occurred yesterday al. Harber-Grace be tween large parties of Orangemen mnd Rman Catholics, show that. the casual ties were greater than at first reported. Twenty-eight persons were wounded dur ng the riot. Fears of a renewal of the disturbances are enter ained, and tie authorities have asked th- Imperial Gvernment forsome troops an' agunboat to insure the main. teaance of order. London, December 30. TheF rench Chambers haveadjourned or the Christmas holidays.. They will re-assemble on the 13th January. The leaders of the Oranee party in UlIter propo?etoenroll anarmedOrange militia numbering 100,000 men. L ndon, December 28. Although it has been announced that the conceiein to be made by the British Government in the duty on Spanish wines of a high degree of proof sill apply to all imported wines, toe I age.i.t--general of tie Australian colo- I nies have decided to ask Mr Childers, the t hancellor of ...
Mirboo. Monday, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
M Irboo. d From our own crrepondet. . ,Monday, December 30.. SLast Sunday a young.man, a friend of Mr Penalunas, of Morwell River, r was on his way from Morwell to the - bove-named gentleman's place, when r he sustained a. very nasty accident. Seeing a bear on a tree, in the vicinity ,of Sassafras creek, he. climbed after it, I and when among the branches, a limb upon which his foot w.e placed broke, and be was precipitated a dis tene of twelve feet, receiving thereby I sprained ar kle and other injuries, but not of a serious nature. A strange phenomenon occurred here on S turday night, between the. hours of 8 and 10 o'c'ock. It was blowing violently all the afternoon, and wlhel about 8 o'clock it ceased ; hen the sky became illuminated in a eouth-ea.telly direction, and its rays were to bright hat with their aid you i could read small print. In the dis ance it hatd the appearance of an im- t nlercee bus-, fire. With regard to our farming pros peels:-r The caterpillars, I am pleased...
European News. FRANCE AND CHINA. London Dec. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
European liewis. ---, (From the daily papers) FRANCE AND CHINA. London D.c. 80. .During the recent capture of tonray -the Black Flag stronghold on 'the R d River-oy the Ere, ch, the Garri nos lost 6.000 men. The French t ok poasesaion of 2,000,000dol., which they found in the place. It is reperted that, acting on the advice of the Eur.pean p'.wers, th. Chinese garrison at Bacninh has re tired from that stronghold. London, I ecember 30. From further particulars which have been received ronrerning the recent attack upon 0outayy by the French forces it appears that the Turneos made a rer.kless attack upo-t the place, the result being that one company was almost entirely destroyed. h. Tricou, the French ambassador in China, has pro.reded to Hue, the Anamese rasita', i, order to compel the new King of Anam to s gn a treaty with France similar to that agraed to by his pr. dcressor. ' Lo- don, December 31. Admiral Courbet, rhe commander of the French forces in Tonquro, has left Son ay arid...
FRIGHTENED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884
FHIGHTEYEI? "TO DESTH. Few pcoplee'en to rroerlvy estimate tl-e great wrongof frightening children. Neirly every household haa ie "ugly old man," or its "great old bear." The terrible old man ard this great old bear are powerfli terror, in nanrery discipline. ' "Csmer aong here, riow,'; and mother or nmtre will say to a child. "and let me pl:ut to to bed." " I don't want to go to bed r.o?," the chi d replies,. "You'd- b:tter cor-me -rt ere now or I'11 tell that ngly old man to come and take sou away. There he comes now." 'hix has the intended effect, and the child trembling in fear. submits at oi:ee, and go-s to bed, pro bably to ee,- in irmmrmiration all kind, i of horr:ble faces. The sad dathl of a little girl, which occurred recently, phows what a strone imrreairon the I r 'bogies" make on the mir.d of child r.n. The little one was a beautiful child, and everyone at the fashrionable boardi gho:e wvhere her Farents were spending the umit.er months loved her. One day a large ehE'gy...
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884
1IULTUM IN PARVO. --0o C. Brown and son's iron foundry, at Ballarat, wa- part'y burnt on Tuesday In ruing. Damage estimated at £5000. Insured for £1000. | The Minister of Lands is fully satis fied with theworklng of the scheme for pe tpling the mallee land. In the Wimmora district the quotation S.ir wheat ia 3s. Gd. per bush-I. Redmonld brothers report £4000 subscribed in Australia for Mr Parnell and 300 branches of Irish National League establised. A correepo.rdent to the "Areus' advocates the establishing' of a Farms' Accident Fund, to secure against losr by fire etc. R Sale Cricket Club not yet beaten in he cup matches. M aifra only defeated once, and ,ne disputed match against Traralgon. Th. " Mercury" says 'we (Victoria) are to expect a visit from Donald Din ,is, the great Scotch athlete. The color of the 2d. stamp has been alter-d to mnauve. The posetge duty ,nd fee stamps are made interchange able. \I r. J. B Patterson, M. L. A. his been banquetted and 1reseated with addres.e...
A SERIOUS PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884
A SERIOUS PROB.EM. --0- The "Lancet' endorses an opinion recently delivered by Mr Spence Bate, F.R.S., and long since maintained b% the few thoughtful dentisas, that human teeth amongst the cuhiva ed classer are in process of degeneracy. The "dentine" is becoming deteriorated, intcrglobular spaces not found iu ,h saviyge races makieg their appearance, while the ename! is becoming opaque. Moreover, which is more serious, the developement of the cranium which f.llows cul ivation is atiended with a shri.king in and weakening of the jaws, till there is not room for the teeth. Thie facts being granted (ob serves the " Spectator"), the queston arises whether these semtoma will end in a decay-of the race, or in an extine tiont of each cultivated class as it springs uip,; the learned perishing, while the baroarians below them flourish. The latter is the more probable, for nature seems opposed to the steady transmission of high brain power, Geniiusdoes not.breed, and families over-cultivated...
REMARKABLE MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884
REMARKABLE MARRIAGE. A remarkable wedding has taken place in New- York, the bridegroom being light enough to have ridden for the Cambridgeshire, while his better half turned the scale at thirty-six atone thirteen, or nigh four times his weight. The union was cement-d in ' museum where the lady was engaged, an addi tional charge being made for admission on thas special occasion. The bride, who was brilliant in red silk, bedecked with jewels and g ld, waddled in accompanied by a corgeouly-at'ired Oircassian girl. Her boyish suitor was glowing with nride, and made no conrcealment from the spectators that he was marrying for love and not for lucre. To add "eclat" to the eremo nial, the clergyman who perfarmed it., an ex-army captain, came tt the building in a state of joyous in.oxica ton, and swore more oaths than he pronounced benedictions. The pin d.rous maiden did not consider this quite proper, and hid a gigantic blush with a monet.r fan as she pushed his reverence away. But he was ...
GOSSIPY PARAGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884
GOSSIPY P t R GRAPHS. -o In Brooklyn, N. 1., the other dao, a gentleman went into a bank to deposit 1100dol. He placed it on the desk in a book. A young man stan ding by nudged him, telling him he had dropped a bill. While he -was stooping to pick it up, the young man, who, by tie way, had dropped the bill, abstracted 500dol. from the depositor's book and disappeared before the theft was discovered. A. colored woman named Diana Colphus, 115 years of age, died 28th September, at London, Ontario.' A teacher had just been telling the story of David to her class, and ended by saying, ' And all this happened over hree thousand years ago." A little urcliin who had heard this, opening his eyes wide with wonder, exclaimed, .,0 teacher, what a memory you have go.," -.
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884
31ELBOUIINE iMARKIETS. Messrs R. Goldsbrough & Co. Limi. ted report: Wheat resised at our usual auction sale, held on Wednresday, !rom 3s. lCd. to 4,. 2ld. for inferior to good milling, marketclosiug with blrero at 4s. 3d, both for local supply and shipment. Oita are scarce, and sold from 2s. 9d for ii feri.r to 3s 3d for stofit feed, with It very limited ,upply. Barley, Prim;.: mllti g samples sale able up to 4s brut very littir offering ; feed pare Ir, from 2s 8d to 3s. Maize is strong l em.nd, and sold up to 4s 11l; peas 2s s 11, ; and bran, is 10d per bushel Retail lMarkets. Daily Pr duce-Cheese, 5d. to Is. per lb; eggs, is. 2d. to ls. 6d. per dozen ; hurter, 8d. to ls 2d. per lb: bread lid. to 6kd. per 4 b loaf ; lioney 6 i. to 9d. per lb ; milk, 4d to Gd. per quart; ham., "10d. to Is. Id. per lb; bacon, Sd. to is. do.
Correspondence. WHERE'S THE INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES? To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884
Correspondlence. -0 WHERE'S THE I' SPECTOR OF NUISAN:ES ? ---o To the Editor of heo "Traralgon Record." Sir-One of the several nuisances existing in this town, is tie intolerable one of c4tte wandering on the streets and to .tpuths at all hours of the day and night. Ten to one should you have oceanion to be out after sundown, you run the risk ,f either being im paled on the horns of some vagrant cow, or made diagr. eably aware of her kicking powers. "Where's the Inspector of Nui rances ?" Yours. ete, RATEPAYER. Traralgon, 10-1-84
LIST OF COURTS. JANUARY, 1884. POLICE COURTS [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884
LIST OF COURTS. JANUARY, 1884. Pouns CoURTs Traralgon, on 10th and 24th; summonses issued every 'lhursday Moe, on 26th; summonses issued on 19th Rosedale, on 21st; summonses issued every Monday Toongabbie, on 22nd; summonses issued on 15th WARDEN's COURT Moe, on 26th, at 10 am.
TRARALGON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884
TRARALGON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. ----o-- Theannual eeoeral meeting of the members t.f the above institute was held on Wednesd y evening, there bring present fourteen contributors. The secretary read the report and balance sheet, which showed the in stitute to be in a very flourishing con di ion. During the year Mr. Camp bell and Mrs. Fairelough had been the means of carrying a concert very suc caa.fully through, in aid of the funds; the committee had also promoted and been successful w.th a fancy bazaar, so much so that £100 had been realised and thanks to the Football t'lub were also due for assistince. The institute was at present credited with a balance of £5. The many improvements to the building were als, noted, and also the want of interest taken in the insti tuto by the public, as evidenced by the small number on the memb-rs' roll. The report and balance sheet were received au:l adopted on the motion of Mr. H ckox, who comphlimented the s cretary on the plain and satisfactory ...
Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884
Cricket ---o- Traralgon v. Longwarry. The local team visited Longwarry last Saturday, when they secured a decided victory, defeating the home team by ,ne innings. For the Long warry team T. Whelan was the on y one who reached double figures, and the bowling was found to require several changes, no lees than five of their trundlers being tried in the Traralgon let. innings. For Traralgon J. M'Lean (Capt) made 20 rune; Kenyon, 12; (off one of his hits six were obtained);. and Child, 12; while in the first inning, of Longwarry J. 3I'Lean obtained 5 wickets and A. Baker 4; in the second E. Baker se cured 4 and J. M'Lenn and A. Baker 2 each. The following are tle scores, no bowling analysis beingkept: Longwarry, 1st Innings. Kileen, b E. Baker 0 (. Brown, b A. Baker 0 AI. Butler, b A. Biker 2 J. Stone, b J.M'ILean 1 J. Andrew, b J. M,Lean 7 J. Studeman, c Taylor, b M'Lean 6 W Fawkner, c 1'Lean, b ABaker 0 B. Andrew, b M'Lean 8 J. Butler, a and b M'Lean 0 T. Whs-lan, not out 13 J. Snowbal...