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American Items. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
American Items. The bookuakers' c!eared abot £25,000 ,t the last As:; t"races. a The cracki:, of a galiery in is M-th o dist church at 'Anglesea, England, caused a stampede, in which many persons were trampltd upon and verely injured. The Siberian'eatt!e plague has this ye irnssumled enormous proportions. To say nothing of European Rousi, and evs n St Pe1crsburg-whirre the authorities iii April lst, forbade' the turning of cattle out to gras', accor ding to annual custom, on St George's day, iii oider to preveht contagion the disease is now raging in the region of its oligin on the other side of the Ural with unprecedented violence. The programmi of the new ]Belgian Minister includes a revision of the School lae of 1870, which deprived primary public schools of the super vision of the clergy, and changes aim ing at an increase of the electoral power of the Rural communes. At the Sheldonian Theatre, in Ox ford, the othlier day te students cheer ed the Queen, the Marquis of Sali - bur...
AGRICULTURAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
AGRIUULTURAL NOTES_ Mixed Farming.-Mixed farming has its advantagesin some respects, if the farmer is not too ambitious to make his one little farm produce the fruits and grains of all climes and cenditioos. Where the farmer raises, or rather attempts to raise, a little of everything, he is reasonably sure of succeeding in something. In th;s way t.e may secure a living, while it is very certain that he will do no more. In vegetables, fruit, beans, etc., there is nothing like a san dy soil. It is also modt excellent for dairying, sheep.raising, and poultry raising. In fite;, such a so:loffersjust the right hind of aechance for a small farmir g" as it is often called, and there is more real comfort and enjoyment in this kind of farming than in all the wheat-raiseng that was deer carried on. There is profit in th;s kind of farming, too, as is amply indicaetd by the prosperous condition of tliousainds of such enterprises. The time is soon comie g when we must do much more of this small ...
LIST OF COURTS. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
LIST OF COURTS. NOVEMBER. POLCE Counts I'osedale, on Wednesday 5th, 11 a.m. Toongabbie, Thursday 6th, 11 a.m. Traralgon, Thursdays 13th and 27th, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on the Friday preceding each courit. .Moe, on Saturday, 15th, at 10 n.m.; summonses issued on Saturday, 8th. Morwell, on Wednesday, 19th, at 10 a.m.; summonses 'issued on Wednesday, 12th.
Sunday Services, CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
sunday Services, CHURCH OF BNGLAND. Rev, J. R. Walker, at. Hazelwood ... 11 a.m. North Hazelwood ... 1"30 p.m. Mo.well .. 3. Traralgon 7 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. cev. II. J. Robertson, B.A., at Traralgon .. 11 a.m., I lynn's Creek ... 3 p.m IRosedale ... 7 p.m. WESLEYA N CHURCH. Rev. F.A. Herman at Toongabbie . ... 11 a.m. Eaglehawk .. .. ... 2'30 pin. Traralgon . . 7 p.m.
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
sIULTUMM I- PARVO. -0 The sham fight at Brighton was a great success. Tire fillwing vesses took part in the attack by sea-Nelson The Batman, and Fawkner, (Ilarhor Trust barges) Thsa Ce;brrus,'lhe Vic toria and Albert Gunboats; beside ,he torpedo boats C ilders, Nepean, and Lonedale. The Bairnsda'o regatta drew a good ly number of spectators. Tile junior four race was won by Sale, all the other events eloll t. B.crnsdale. On Monday ,morning a woman nam ed Mrs Cameron, co.rrmitted suicide by lying across the line when the Port land t, Hnmilthn train was passing near Ihe latter place. The train pass ed r ver her killing her instantaneous Iv. A carpenter named Pavid Jones, getting into company with persons of ill repute on Mronday,in a laneoffBsourke et., rnded by quarrelling, during wlhich thr'e parsons were wounded, himseif, a man named George WaRson, and a woman named Mary Thompson. The death of W. S. IM gee, Governor of the Ml-lbourne gaol, is recorded as harirg taken place en Monda...
European News. London, Nov. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
E uropean News. --0-- (From the "Argus.") Lnndon, Nov. 9. News has been received that further fighting has taken place between the French and the Chinese at the island of Formosa; The Chinese troops at tacked the French at Tamsui, hut were rapulsed with heavy lose. The cholera is increasing at an alarming rate in Paris. On Friday and Saturday 107 freesh cases and 20 deaths were reported. Berlin, November 10 Prince Bismarck has asked the Reichstag to vote a sufficient credit to pay the salary of a' German governor of the recently acquired territory at Cameroon', on the west coast of Africa and to equip and maintain a flotilla to perform police duties in the adjacent waters. Paris, Nov. 10. The cholera is increasing here at an alarming rate, no less than 205 cases having been reported to the authorlties since Friday last, 81 of which have proved fatal. London, Nov. 11.. It continues to:be persistently ru moured that direct negotiations are in progress between France and China for a se...
The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
-0 (Published every Friday mo ning.) FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14, 1884. The late manager of the Colac branch of the Colonial Bank of Austra lasia has been committed for trial, for fraudulently appropriating the monies of the Bank to a considerable amount. To raise, at the present moment, any question of the prisoner's guilt or in nocence would be neither decent nor proper. Looking, however, at the evi dence given before the Colae Bench, at the preliminary investigation, we are constrained to say that any defalca tions cannot be regarded as astonish ing, and that the branch manager, though he had embezzled ten times the sum imputed, need not be regarded as an adept in felonious dexterity. There is always "an unusual sensation" and a police court is " crowded to excess," by persons "anxious to catch a glimpse of every trancendant and successful ar. tist in peculation. The outside public too, catch some of the excitement, and are curious to know what new refine ments in roguery have been discov...
MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
HORIVELL. --o- The promoters of the Morwell Tros. pecting Company have decided tohold the opening ceremony in connection with Diamond Drill operations at Bil ly's Creek, on Wednesday next, those invited from other districts will be ta ken from Morwell in vehicles provided by the committee. The new Mechanic's Inotitute has now advanced one or two stages to wards completion, having reared its head in a skeleton form. With reference to the Post Office nothing definite has been done, al though it is stated that there is a like lihood of it being place.t upon the staff before the end of the year. The premises lately occupied by the Colonial Bank, I hear, are to be opened shortly by R. Mackay and Co., who in tend establishing an office at Morwell shortly. Those chosen to represent the local Cricket Club in their first match for the Peterkin cup, are-Suffren, Mur doch, M'Culloch, Donaldson (2), Fer gnson, M'Millan, Lecky, Henry, H. Porter, and Stewart ; emergency-W. M'Crory, play to commen...
MORWELL STOCK REPORT. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
NORWELL STOCK IsREPORT. Monday. Messrs C. Mackintoshand Co. report:- eo yarded between 300 and 400 head of cattle, which sold exceedingly well, as follows: Bullocks, £5 5s to £5 14s; cows, £3 16s to £4 17s 6d; heifers, to £3 Os; steers, £3 18s to £4; others same rates. Light draught horses, to £30.
Boolara. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
Boolara. -0 (no r oua o WN CORRESPONDENT.) As Boolara is likely to become a place of importance in time, it may be as well to give a few facts- concernisg it. It is:situated in a Eouth-westerly directioni from Morwell, from which it is distant twelve mile, -and may be re garded as the central station on the Mirboo railwayline. The township is built on flat but somewhat swampy groun.!, as indicated during the, past winter by the mud and mire that were to be seen there. A customer, if he had any businese to do at any of the shops, bad, I believe, to ride up to their very doors and by a little mannmuvring alight from his horse into the very interior of the building, so as to avoid going over` his boots in mud. Such was the state of the. place during that, season. It, 'however, has been miiore desirable to to enter of late, owing to three week's ,finel.weather, which ,has been . the means of drying up this sea of mud considerably. The township, at present, does nit present a very pleasi...
Traralgon South. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
Traralgon South. -0 (From our own correspondent.) The Annual Gala Day at the above place was held last Friday at the State school. This festive occasion was in. stituted some time ago by the resi dents, and takes the form of a picnic to the school children, winding up with a dance in the evening for the adults. On this occasion the children gathered in the early part of the day, and participated in games until noon, when they were regaled with a boun titul supply of cakes, tea, etc., which had been prepared by several ladies and gentlemen, nottbly AMesdames Fisher, Barton, Kilmartin, Phillips, and Misses Leslie, Barton and others assisted by Mesors Fisher, Barton and several other gentlemen. About fifty children partook of the good things, after which the amusements were again entered into, cricket, foo'ball, footraces etc., being the principal items, Those who were successful in the racing oj the girls were--ender 10 years, C. Barton 1, M. Hammersley 2, F. Fisher 3 ; from 10 to 12 ...
Cricket. BOOLARA v. TRARALGON [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
Cricket. BOOLARA v. TRARALGON On Monday the Boolara Cricket Club sent a team to this township to play a friendly game. They were not successful in scoring a victory al though a very good game resulted. Messrs Davis and Frankin did the trundling for the visitors, while for Traralgon Wilson, Williams, COutrran, and Kewish were very successful. Dr Morrison and Mr C. Steaaman acted as umnires, and Messrs Mowbray and Bickerton a, captains for their respec tive teems. Appended are the scores. BOOLARA, lst Innings. A.:Bickerton, c Kenyon, b F. Williams G E. Edwards. b Williams 2 F. Martin, c J. Williams, b Curran 4 W, Davis, b Williams 1 J. Biglow, c Mowbray b Wilson 15 Franklin, c Wilson, b Williams 5 MI'Phe, b Williams 2 Appleton, b Williams 0 T. Hunt, not out 0 J. Robinson, b Wilson 1 Cheeseman. b Wilson 0 Sundries 3 Total 89
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
An important sa!e of racehorses was held at Nesmarket on Tuesday by Messrs C. Yuille, and Co. ,The fol. lowing are the sales :-Yankey Gr=b, a steeplcc aser, 250 guineas ;lAnarchy, 3 yrs, 150 guineas; Carew, by Slan derer, 55 guineas ; Dnison, 2 yrs, by' Boltton Green, 75 guineas; The Jingo, by. IHugliendoi, 170 guiiieas ; Sardius, by Emulation to Mr Grant, 610 gui neas; Toward,. 2 .yre, by. Grand .Flaneur-Nora, 45 guineas; Signor, to Mr Harris, 250 guineas; Fanme, steeplechaser, 82 guineas; (Half?) Sundowner,.110 guinease, to Mr Tal bot; and Boliver, 00 guineas. The following horses were passed in at the following quotations, in guineas: Sir Modred, 1100: David by' Gondolier, 950: Capri, 230; Anglesey, 200; Re mu,, by Gang Forward,. 100; .School ,Girl by King Cole, 100; The Pencil, by?:King of, the Ring, 240 ; Coningsby, .600.;; Denmark; steeplechaser, 370.;} Sea Horse, 480; Sir Gihsnet, 250. ':`Several of tlie lieads of the talw?ayj magrenle?s)? visited T:aralgon ned Mirb?'o.on Wed...
Railway Workshops. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
Railway Workshops. A public meeting, for the purpose of taking steps to induce the Commi sioners of Rsilways to establish the proposed railway workshops in Tmral gon, was held in the Court-house on Friday evening last. There was a very fair attendance, and Mr J. Peterkin was voted to the chair. The chairman referred to the steps which had already been taken in this ma'ter. In July 1882 a public meeting was held in connexion with this subject, and a deputation, consisting of Messrs Camp bell, Mackay, and the speaker, was appointed to interview the Minister. That deputation, unfo tunately, were unable to see the then Minister (Mr Bent), but lie (the speaker) saw him at a later date, and obtained a promise from him that the workshops should be established in Traralgon. Another public meeting was held in August 1882, at which a vote of thanks was passed to Mr Bent for his action in fixing Traralgon as the site of proposed workshope. The m tter was then considered sa ttled, but owing to ...
TRARALGON, 1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
T?ARALGON, 1st Innings. IT. Curran, c Frankin, b Davis 7 J. Curran, b Davis 3 R. Wilson, b Franklin 13 H. Munro, run out 8 Mowbray, b Franklin 0 F. Williams, c Frankin, b Davis 3 J. Kenyon, b Franklin 1 MT. Curran, c Biglow, b Franklin 0 R. Kewish, b Frankin 1 J. Williams. b Davis 7 J. Jones, not out 0 Sundries 2 Total 45 In the second i.nings Boolara made 33 rune and Traralgon 22 for 2 wickets.
Correspondence. TOONGABBIE. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Recdord.' [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
Correspolidence. ---- TOONGABBIE. To the Editor of the " Traralgon Rlecdord.' Sir,--I was much surprised, on reading y'our Toongabbie correspondent's report of the tea-meeting, to celebrate thle opening of the Chulrch of England at this place, to find it such a very one-sided accosint. Although we cannot expect all who rendered a willing assistance to be named, I certainly think the praise might have been more equally distri buted. Your correspondent's remarks about those who did not lend their pianos for tie occasion were decidedly injudicious and un calledfor, one of these gentlemen havinglent an instrument on a previous festive occasion, and had it returned in adamaged condition; the other hbad already lent his harmonium and it was not convenient to get the piano out through the fence. It seems to me like borrowing a man's coat and then grumbling because Ie he will not part with his vest also. I wonder if your correspondent remembers the opening of the 'esleyan Church--we could n...
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
THE GAZETTE. -0- On the 9th December, the following nallot ments at Boolara and lfirboo will be offered in Collins-street, .Melbourne, by nuction: Lot 20 and 21, Ir, £75 per lot ; Lot 22, Ir 24p, upset £100, at Boolara. At Mlirboo North, Lots 23 and 25, lr 24p each, with £100 per lot upset, will be offered. One month will be allowed to remove the improvements in each case. At Ynrragon 118 acres have been reserved for Racecourse and other purposes of public recreation The order in Council of 1st Sept., 1879, withholding from the operations of the 19th and 49th Sections of the Land Act 18?9, 189 necres 2r 21p ef land in the parish of Moe being allotment 53 has been revoked. Issue of new licenses approved--George Derham, 20a, Maryvale; John Quigley, 20a, Yinnar: J. W. Simmons, Sa,.Rosedale; W. C. Jones, 10a, Willung; R. M'Creedy, 20n, Willung. Application for license approved-Geo. II. St. Ellen, 320a, Mirboo. The following applications for land have been refused-David Fleming. 120a, Na...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
TO stanld this Season at J. M'Donald's, Burnside, farm, Hazelrood, the Pure Bred Clydesdale Stallion, t YOUNG IROB N GRAY `' "Young Robin Gray" is an iron-grey colt e 4 yrs old. standingl i1 hands high, with im mense bone. plenty of hair, ani? a strong con stitution. te has a tine temper. and has proved himself a sure foal getter. Young R obin Gray is by D?ncan Gray (imported); dam Gipsy by Matchless, IMatchless by SMatchless (imported.) Terms: £2 10 if led ; £3 if paddocked until stinted, of which due notice will be t given; after which 2s per week will be charged for grass. All care taken but no responsibility. Any mares left at Mrs Keegan s, lor'ell, swill be forwarded. JAMES M'DONALD, Proprietor. TRARALGON POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS MAILS CLOSE FOR Melbourne Warragul 1 Daily at 7 40 a.m. and Drouin Move 5"20 p m. M1orwell W:terloo )Daile, Trdhilgar 7 40 a.m. Ros -dale and Daily, Sa'e J 1115 a.m. & 750p.m Glenmaggle ,eaton Heleytirtl Daily, Cowwar 11'15 a nm. Toonagbbie Latrobe ...
FENIANISM IN DUBLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 November 1884
FENIANISM IN DUBLIN. Lublin was she scene of an extraor dinary demonstration on Sunday. 14th September, when a public funeral was accorded to a deceased rebel, who, am png a certain class, was regarded as a hero. Between ten and fiftetn thou sand of the artisan and laboring classes of the Irish metropolis marched in procession through the chief streets o: .the city, to pay a public tribute of res pect to a man whose only claim to their esteem was that he had been a promi nent Fenian. The men marched six deep. The cortege was nearly half an hour passing a given point. Denis Duggan, who died in Dublin on 10th September, was an active member of this criminal society between 1861 and 1807. He was one of those who parti cipated in the rescue of James Stephen from richmond Prison. He wvas one of the leaders at the Fenian rising in the county Dublin in 1867; but he es caped to America, and some years later he was one of those who success fully planned and aided in the libera Stion of the F...