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FLYNN'S CREEK. Monday, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884
.FLYNN'S CRE R -o (FROMr OUR OWN CORIIESPONDDE.\) MTonday, January 7 Theyear 1881l he crmmenc:.d,,ala the most favorable circumstances the farmers here--tbat Is so far as to harvest weather is concerned for tt past fortnight the weather has a all that could be desired, and thecrai have been coming ont very fast \ though the caterpillars, in some plnl, are very numerous, yet the dry teatl has kept them in check. e A good deal of the nrt cropl arl porti.n of the wheat, ha, been ca, (;t hay ; tile greater part of wh-ich ill cut into chaff, and find ite nay Melbourne, and although this leave the farmer but a very small mr. gin of profitr, yet it may pay as well:, threshing. Sonme of our selectors trI: looking forward to finding a mark; f r some of their produce on tlhe lea line from ot ..rwvll to Mairhoa. Ititt be regretted that the L.k0 Entrai is no t completel, astzen we sho be in direct communication wth the Sydney market, where there is_"I Ir:formed-a very large demand,i t farna pro...
European News. ENGLAND AND EGYPT. London, January, 5. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884
European News. -0-- (From the ,Argus.") ENGLAND AND EGYPT. London, January, 5. The present state of affairs in Egypt is largely absorbing public attention in England. The "Daily News" distinctly asserts that a joint intervention by England and France in Egypt is impossible. The leading journals, and public opinion generally, demand that Eng land should assume the position rf dictator in Egypt proper, and shall defend the country witn Anglo-Indian troops. Baker Pasha is endeavouring to arrange for a withdrawal of the Egyptian garrison from Khartoum by way ot Abyssinia. I ondon, January 8. On the resignation of Cherif Pasha, the President of the Council of Minis ters, the Khedive requested RiazPasha, the Minister of the Interior, to form a new Ministry. The latter, however, declined o undertake the task, a' d Tis Hilghnees has summoned Nubar Pasha, who held the position of Chief Minister under the late Khedive, Ismail Pasha. The French Press unanimously con demn the decision of the Br...
MARYVALE. Tuesday, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884
MfARYVALE. -0 (From a correspondent.) Tu·eday, January 8. The Hazelwood North' and Mary vale schools annual picnic took place at the new Presbyterian 'lhurch, North Hazelwo ,d, on the.4th inst., and was Sgreat success. Tie parents of the scho ar, provided an ample supply of e tables, which were served up in the churclh, and the efforts of the young -ter- ino tis event was silllitient proof of the sces"- of the caterers. After the wunts of the inner man were at tded t., the sports commenced, a most eery child obtaining some hing in t e shape of money, boxes, skipping r p-a, bak,, and other toys, which .in reased tihe pleasure of the young ones greatly. This over a move was mnadie f.r the church, where Miss Bock 'ad a further treat in store for her purnils, in the shape of prizes for those who hi d won th m at an examination ts,o for good conduct and regular at t-ndance. The prizes weredistributed by Messrs. .lurdoeh and Burton, members of the Board of Advice. htr. Murdoch, as earresp...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884
NEWS AND NOTES. -o On Tuesday'evening the gate-keeper at the crossing near the Railway station, Traralgon, opened the gates about halfi pastten"o'cloik for the luggagetrain and on it passing left the gate fixed with the lamp, newly trimmed for the lue gage trainexpected about twelveo'clock. Fiom what we-can learn it' seems that some malicious person must have put out the lamp and closed the gate, the co: sequence being that on the arrival of the last train the gate was smashed to atnis. ' Nd clue has been obtained as to who the culprit may be, so far it remains a mystery. At the committee meeting of the Mechanics' Institute, Mr (ampbell was re-elected president ; Mr A. L. Gal braith. treasurer; and Henry Jones, se retary. Mr. Jones gave notice of mot;on, that the ca'etaker's salary be increased to £20 per annum. and that he be appointed collector. It was de cided to hold the meetings on lhefir.t Wednes:ay of every month. The Toongabbie cetrespondent ofthe "*Murcury" wiites:-I am ela...
PEARL FISHERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884
PEARL FISHERIES. -5 A corresion. ent oft'.e N-w Zealand " Harald" writes frolm T1isrsday Is Ian i, Torre. Straits, ,s follows: " This is the head-quar er. ,f the pearl and 'becLe-d,-mer' fishers of these seas. 'I hsir loatsrange from five to 15 tons, with two ug -ails and jib. They are princ.ipal y hbti,, in Sydney, New Sout, Wales. A strinTger, when they renew. their icese? or r the half year in July, is lstonisl'li at their number On ?aki,? irl diversoftheir d..rgers wii e us der wa er. I was told tha. the dreaded sha. k In, once turns cosari at the diver :ard hi- dress. If he app:oache-s, the di r Ias only to open the ecna;e valve, when the rushing, hubhlltg nire ,of the escaping air quickl. sends hiMn na v. But the f e they fear mot is t 1? ,ded stin gnree. It lies ;t his. h .tatm of, the sea undernea hn i i:wowid t sand, aid tl,e instant Ith divter' f o toucbhes it its tail is driven i to Imn. when "the most ercruecui:.till pt ii ltultences, so much so Is to dir,. him I:iId. Th...
THE MEDICAL PROPERTIES OF CULINARY VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884
THE MEDICAL PROPERTIES OF CULINARY VEGETABLES. -3-- The "Mledical Record" makes the following remarks upon this subject: A" sparagus is a strong diuretic, and forms part of the cure for rheumatic }patients at such health resorts as Aix iles-Bains. Sorrel is cooling, and carms the staple of that e .upe aux iherbs which a French lady will order !for herself after a long and tiring jour ,ne. Carrots, as containing a quantity of-ugar, are avoided by some people while others complain of them as indi gestale; it may be remarked, in pas sing, that it is the yellow core of the carrot that is difficuit of digsstion, the outer, a red layer, is tender enough ; in Saosy the peasants have recourse to an infusion of carrots as a specific for jaundice. The large sweet onion is - very rich in those alkaline elements hliich counteract the poison of rheu matic gout; if slowly stewed in weak broth, and eaten with a little Nepal pepper, it will be. ound to bean admir able article of diet for patients o...
TRARALGON POLICE COURT. Thursday, January 10, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884
TRARiALGON POLICE COURT. --0--* Thursday, January 10, 1884. Before Messrs B. Young, J. Peter kin, Whittakere, and Dr Morrison, Js. P. J Cochrane v. Jameas Io3gers Wages due, £3. Order for' £2 15a with 5s costs - - ,Police v Colin Campbell-Tnter pleader case. It appears thatar order waa!issued by the court on the 20th inst.Ffor a debt to C. Handley, who two days after seized two bullocks; the said bullocks being claimed by a msan named Williams. Constable Donaghue gave evidence as to seizing the property by virtue of a warrant, and to Williams claimi?g t'iemnext morning, -producing a re ceipt signed by C Campbell on the 19th December, the day before the hearing of the case of Handley's. Williams swore, stated that he was w rking for the defendant, who had not been able to pay hitn in money, anid, le requested him to give him something that lie could turn into moner. He then handed him over the two bullocks -and 'a brown mare. Cimpbell was infdebted to him in the the sum of £20 3s. He...
ENCOUNTER WITH NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 11 January 1884
ENCOUNTER WIPI NATIVES. ----o-- A correspondent of tie Al any Mail atEsperance Bay reports that 'on the 25th 'November a 'native. named Duke arrived from Messrs Dempster Br is.' station at Fraser Ringe, statieg that the natives had made an attack on t'e stalion, driving himself and a white man named Ellis away. Duke received a spear wound in the shoulder, a i El!is was beat-n with a stick. Duke had to leave Ellis on the road about 80 miles from Esperance Bay, unhbe to tPanel, and without food. I ance-Corporal Truslove, Mr. Damp ster, and others started without delay, and found Ellio on the road in an exhausted state and in want of food. H- was supplied wi-h food and left wi'h assistance Truslove and party then proceeded to the sta ion and found that the natives had stolen all the sheep and rations, together with the moveable •articles. All that they could not carry away they burnt, including several rackauesof lithofrac'eur and detonat ing c-ps, which exploded, b!owing away the fron...
MATRICULATION EXAMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884
Itid TIICULATION EXAMI A TION. The complete list of the details of the matriculation examination were posted on Friday afternnon at the -Melbourne University. The matricu lation lists were also posted. They include the exhibitioners in the four schools of Grek and Latin, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, English and history, French and German, as well as the names of the candidates who hove obtained honors in these class-liets." The classical exhibition has fallen to the lot of Miss Annie Rohs, a young lady of Sand hurst; that for algebra, geometry, trigonometry lias been carried off by Mr. John Sutherland, of Carlton College, Rloynl Park; Mr. Dugald Gordon MI'Dougall, of the Hawthorn Grammar School, has obtained the exhibition of English and history, while that for Frerch and German has been awarded to Miss Kathleen Alice 3urkitt, of the Presbyterian Ladies' College, East Sclbourne. The class lists show a larger number of candidates who have obtained honors than any previous mat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884
IMPOUNDINGS. --o Impounded at THARALGON, by the Herdsman of Loy Yang Common. 1 strawberry Steer, piece out under off ear, like WP off rump and thigh, like BE or B~ (the second letter blotched) off ribs 1 red and white poley Bullock, like C or G off ribs I bay Mare, TR near shoulder, bumble foot. 1 bay Filly, star, no other visible brand. A yearling. CB 1 bay Horse, like C near shoulder, like TO off shoulder 1 bay Colt, star and snip, like +S near rump 1 black yearling Colt, like ON off shoul der, small star 1 strawberry Heifer, no visible brand. If not claimed and expenses paid will be sold on the Oth February, 1884. JAS. DUNBAR, Poundkeeper. WANTED. -0- WANTED a strong Lad, to make himself generally useful. Apply this office. WANTED HORSE and BULLOCK TEAMS, to cart palings from Calig nee to Traralgon. Apply-J. PETERKIN & Co. CHALLENGE. -0 THE FARMING IMPLEMENTS, I have Sfor disposal are in good working order, &c.; a rumour having been circulated that they were not s...
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884
MILTUI IN. PARVO. ---- Mr Jardine Smith, aleading jour nalist, in Melbourne, and connected with the Argus, died last Sunday. Mr. Geo. Evans, of Sydney, has patented a truck, which is said to have an advantage for trucking cattle and sheep. The Chinese navy consists of nearly 70 vessels. Busho fires have been prevalent throughout the Sale district. The frozen meat marketin London is still without animation, although large quantities are still beihg forwar ded. 500 more emigrants on their way to Sydney from England. A mah named John M?Phail, 'who resided at S'ockyard Creek, has been found hanging to a tree, 12 miles from his home. Another comet, believed to be D'Ar rests has been discovered by an ama teur. In a dark clear sky would be just visible to the naked eye. A fire occurred at the paper mill, Tyansford, Geelong. The sorting room and contents being destroyed. A Lawn Tennis Club has been formed at Warragul. Where are our friends at Traralgon? A weekly half-holiday has been establ...
Latest Intelligence Melbourne, Thursday evening [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884
Latest Intelligence (From our own correspondent.) -a Melbourne, Thursday evening The directors of the Union Bank of Australasia have declared a dividend at the rate of 18 per cent. for the past year, and have carried 55,000 to the reserve fund. The fire at the Rosebery vineyard is likely to be sheeted home to the in cendaries by means of the black trackers. Case proceeding. R.M.8. Paramatta left to-day. The total amount of treasure shipped is 9481 sovereigns. The Railway Board is now complete, Mr. R. Lord having to-day accepted the third seat. Summons have been taken out against Gibbs and Robin famed in "Herald's"" "other people's money," for larceny as bailees. Weather exceptionally fine.
LIST OF COURTS. JANUARY, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884
LIST OF COURTS. JANUARY, 1SS4. rouce CorTrs Traralgon, on 10th and 24th; summonses issued every "Thursday MIoe, on 26th; summonses issued on 19th Rosedale, on 21st; summonses issued every Monday Toongabbie, on 22nd; summonses issued on 15th -0 WAnDDE''S CoURT 3Ioc, on 26th, at 10a.m.
AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884
AFFAIRS IN THE S J)UDAN. London, January 13. News has been received at Cairo that an immense rebel force, estimated at 84,000 men, is advancing upon Khar toum. The Egyptian garrison in that town is mutinous. Cairo, January'12. Active steps are already being taken wilh a view to the immediate evacuatien of the Soudan. Acting on- the suggestion of the Commission, orders have been sent to Khartoum for 11,000 civilians resident at that place to leave and return to Egypt Proper without delay.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884
W. T. BETTESON, KAYE STREET, ASKS for a continuation of the favors which he has received in the past from the inhabitants of Traralgon and surrounding districts. A Large Siock of DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, & CROCKERYWARE To choose from. Comparison of Quality and Prices invited. 5 per cent. Discount for Cash on all Drapery parcels exceeding £1. TRARALGON POSTAL AIRRANGEIENTS. MAILS CLOSE FOR Melbourne Warragul Daily at 7'40 a.m. and Drouin Moe 5"20 p.m. Morwell Waterloo Daily, Trafalgar } 7 40 a.m. Rosedale and Daily, Sale 11-15 a.m. & 7"50p.m Glenmaggie Seaton Hayfield Daily, Corwar 1115 a.m. Toongabbie Latrobae Walhalia Mon., Wed., Fri., 11"15 Happy Go . a.m. Tues. Thurs. Lucky J Sat., 7'40 a.m. Tyers ... Tues. & Fri. 12"15 p.m. Calligneeo Thursday, Yarram Yarram 1 10 p.m. Correspondence for Mirboo must go by 5.20 p.m. mail to Morwell, Mon., Wed. & Fridays.] MAILS ARRIVE FROM Melbourne Warragul IDaily, 11"43 a.m. and Drouin lMo...
FRANCE AND CHINA London, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884
FRANCIE AND CHINA. London, January 11. The Marquis Tseng, the Chinese am bassador at Paris, has made a statement indicating that the warlike feeling in China is increasing. He considers it doubtful whether the t hinese Govern ment would now accept the mediation of a foreign power. Hong Kong, January 11. Tihe Viceroy of the province of Canton has formally notified to the foreign consuls resident there that a torpedo blockade of the approaches to the city has been estatlished, but that for the present a clear channel OOft. wide will be left for the navigation of vessels. Paris, Januaryl2. ThA Chinese have virtually declared war against France, and all hopes of a peaceful settlement must now be aban doned. It is understood that the Frenchi.have designs upon Canton, the approaches to which city are, as previously stated now defended by torpedoes. French operations in that quarter may shortly be looked for. It is reported here that an immediate advance will be made on the fortress of Bac...
European News. ENGLAND AND EGYPT London, January 15 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884
European News. -o- (Fromh the "Argus.") ENGLAND AND EGYPT London, January 15. It is reported that Senoussi, the Mahommedan pretender in Tripoli, is about to join the MIahdi in the Soudan. Cairo, January 15. It is currently rumoured here that the Egyptian Government is almost certain to retain the town of Khartoum, on account of the great difficulty w.ich is being experiehced in evacuating the place by the Egyptian garrison and residents. Cairo, January 15. The latest news from the Soudan is of an alarming character, and states that the whole of the White and Blue Nile districts, above their junction at Khartoum, are siding with El Mlahdi, the False Prophet.