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Latest Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 January 1885

(From our own correspondent.) The Earl of Rosebury, Sir Frederick Leighton, thle president of the Royal Acedomy, Sir Saul Samuel, the agent general for New South Wales, are ma king arrangements to obtain a design for the statue of Her' Majesty the Queen which it is proposed to place on the p destal at the top of King street, Sydney. The Imperial Government has deci ded to ext nd the Britsh pr.tectorate on the north-eastern coast of New .Gui nea to Huon Gulf, where the territory an!nexed by Germany commences. Negotiations are now in progress betweein the English and German Government with regard to the recent andexations of Germany in the Pacific and New Guinea.' -A Cabinet meeting was held to-day, after which Sir Saul Samuel; the agent generalof New South Wales had an interview with the Secretary of State for theColonies. Lord Derby'agsured him that be was not aware that Fraste had any intention ofannuritig the New Hebrides. Major-General Scratchley, accompa nied by the Minister of ...

Western Pacific. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 January 1885

. ?t;eWestern Pacifioj-,- s i A mass meeting. of the citizea of Melboutnei ias held in the Town-Hall on Wedinesdayeveni;g, to coBsider. the quo stion' of Germian annexation' itii toe Western Pacific. Theliall, octcll is capable of seating t4000 perons, was crowded'inrevery pqrt; and itisn -eati mated that nearly;1000:yve?r unable to gain admission.: The meeting was of a thoroughly rep esantative chiracter; the speechesewere riost earnest and unflinching, and froni the 'opening' fo the chase of the proceeings, perfect unanimity and the utmost entlitosishit prevailed. The mayor presided..' Sir Archibald Michie, Q.C.,: moved the first resolution, which a'serted the claim of Ausralians to:.the islands of the Western Pacific, on the grounds that they have been brougit into pro minence,' and made of comnmercial, p.,litical, and strategic valu,; by the energy and enterorise of British sub jects in Australia and New Zealanid,' atid that their occupation by Au'tra liar:s was essential to Aus...

Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 January 1885

'?orresýpontence. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record.'" Sir.-I.ws much pleased on looking in in the Ie.ord of Jan. st. to sec the remarks made in your leading article on the pig breediu indusltry, an 1 think it a subject whi'h may well be enlarged upon. I cannot conteire of more profitable stockithatmay be keipt on a small farm. On most of the selec tiov%: and farms in Gippsland a few cows are milki,. and no better foud can be found for pi~-~ than skim-milk and other refuse from the dairy. Many of the holdings in Gipps. landl have a frontage to permanent streams, and ,by this reason are espec ally adapted for pi, paddocks, for it must be remembered that this stock will never he profitably kept in small enclosures, except when fattening. To my milnd-and I have had very little ex perience in this line-pig paddocks shouldbe, on :malli farms, from two to five acresin size, each ma le thorouegely secure byciosefencing and having an abundant supply of good water--a running streamif po...

No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 January 1885

Mr F. 0. Mason,, M.P., as.d Dr Moore pre oeted petitions to tile Land, Department oan Wednesday from the residents of Moed, who' asked that i local land board shosld be' held at the township in connexion wvith the reen selectioi of timber reserve of 5000 acre, at that placed. Favourable eonsiders tion was promised tio the request. We believe it is the intention of Messrs A d'Lean and Co. to hold monthly horse sale, at Traralgon oh Thursdays so as not to clasl with the Monday cattle sales. Ito idntendedt to hold a BILesz in aid of i fund to bhe raised for the purpose of fencing in the local Catholic Chapel ground, and thic having become kniown, several good donations have been given, notably one from Messrs C":ausen and Foley, the furniture warehouse men from Melbourne, who furnished Me Neville's new hotel. The present consists of a very handsome tea and coffee service, for which the Rev. J. L, Hegarty and Mrs O'Donoghue wish to return them hearty thanks on behalf of the congregation...

HAZELWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 January 1885

HAZFELWVOOD. What has now bec 'me one of the most enjoyable day's out door amuse ment to be obtained during the year, for vouilg and old, is the annual picnic at the Ridge, HIazelwood. A few of the residents, most notably, Messrs Firmin a,.d Gooding, have every year, for some time past, striven :o supply an opnortuni;y for the residents of the locality with ther fr;enes, visitors, and others, who may be in the neighb our hood, of comm.noing the New Year n a happy..mood, meeting friends, ienjoying the Athletic Sports, danci: g on the green, o: in a variety of , ther wys, while the varioas r, sideuls of Hazslwood bring an ample supily of provisions, io ewhih t.hey m."st os pi::l,'v invite those irestcl'. Miny of those prese'r for the first time were fLv'rilb y struck with th happy seee rr . sented to th,.ir vi-w, the ilige beis g admirably adapted for lle lol.iiag of such gathering., and w:til thr var ou hb.ppy groups uuder ertt ha Ly trees, discussing the samples of the housewife's s...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 January 1885

To ltheresidents of Trralgon, and surrounding disolict Gentlemen-In thanking you for your past support, I beg to again solicit your farors through our new local journal T'aried and first class stock of saddlery and harness always on hand. All orders promiptly attended to F SMITH SADDLER, ETC., FRANKLIN ST., TRARALGON. W ANTED known that ALBERT BEER has bought the business formerly carried on by Mr J. Morgan, and hopes by civility to customers. with strict attention to business, to merit a fair share of public sup port. FnRaIT, LOLLIES, NUTS, VEGETABLES, Dried Fish, Tobacco, Cigars, Eggs, Butter, Cheese, Bacon, etc., will be always kept on hand. FAnal PRODUCE, of all descriptions, pur chased: highest prices given. WANTED a weekly supply of Vegetables, Fruit, Eggs, Butter, Bacon, Cheese, Poultry, etc. Please note the Address- ALBERT BEER, F]RAeNKLIN-STr ELT, El'l IALGON. , Under the Verandah," lickox's Buildings Mrs. ADAIR. JIAtr-ie decided to carry on the Bakery, Confectionery, he., ...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 January 1885

BIRTH. WILSON.-On the 8th January, at Sale, the wife of E. J. Wilson, of a son. MARRIAGE. WALLACE-CAMPBELL.--On the 24th De- cember, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. J. G. Wilson, H. T. Wallace, of Tnrarlgon, to Rodena, youngest daughter of John Campbell, Tarralgon.      

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1885. THE COLONIES AND THE CROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 January 1885

(Published every Friday mo:ning.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1885. THE COLONIES AND THE CROWN. -0 When the Agents-General or the Australian .Colonies, just, two years ago, waited on Lord Derby with con gratulations on hi.s accession to office, and hie resumption of duties with which he had become familiar under another Admin:stration, they but adequately expressed, beyond mere conventional courtesy to the official representative of the Crown, the assurancir of the loyal attachment to the great dependen cies of ihe Empiro to our most gracious Sovereign, and the desire of the self goernied Consti:utional Colon:es to maintain its permanence. And though Lord Derby has signally disappointed their just expectations, it may perhaps he found that his very default will help them more than it has hindered, by illustrating the necessity without delay of a'change in Colonial relations with the Secretary of State for Ihe co lonries, foi;eshadoted iri a p?assage of the addrer'sofcongratulation. Bearing. ...

American Items. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 January 1885

Asmerioan Items. ::i A young couple have been fined Ils a-piece, in Edinburgh, for having un truly declared thomselves to bebusband and wife in the presence of witnesses. SQueen Victoria allows only: one foreign decoration to be worn by the guests at the Court receptions-that of Ordre pour le -Merite, fonnded by "rederick the Great. The horse of a Russian peasant is frst in his estimation : then comes his cow ; theii his dog; then his pig, and if hI has aony left, it is bestowed upon his wife and children. The Emperor of Germany ie said to be . sroly jealoun-of-his heir, and gru. es him the least share in the Imp ral Osernment. Be thinks him weak and sentimental. At the Dublin Police Court, recently, it oas stated by a police officer that garottin.t was again prtevalent in the city, and that even women now fre quently committed the crime. SChurlch robbing has been alarmingly rife of late in and around Paris; as many as seventy-six burglaries have been effected in ,the capital and su...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 January 1885

`XVANTED-Mcen to dig crllar. Apply to A. L. GALBRAITH, Traralgon. WVANTED.-Useful girl, about 14 years Apply- MRs. A. COLE. Traralgon. WLNTED--A general servant. Apply MIns. A. WALKER, Traralgon Creek. WANTED KNO\ 19.-Aecomodation "pad docks for cattle and horses, 51 miles from Traralgon and same distance from Mor well, on Latrobe River. Splendid grass and water. For terms apply J. LINDSAY, Traralgon. W ANTED-PALINGS, Ac., to load and unload. GOODS of all descriptions forwarded to any part of the colony. A. CAMERON, Agent for Broadbent Bros., Railway Station, Traralgon. W ANTED KNOWN-That Hides, Kan garoo, Calf Skins, Ae., are required at TRARALGON TANNERY; also Bark. OR SALE.-A bargain. Draught Stallion by " Big Gun," dam by "Comet," three years old. B. E. HAWLEY, Cowwarr BRICKS. bricks. Bricks. From the Ironstone Brickyard. Orders received by W. T. BETTESON. DINNERS baked daily at" Mrs. ADAIR'S, Traralgon Bakely. NY person found trespassing on the pro perty will be prosecuted. Tra...

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 January 1885

MELBOUR E MARKETd. 2 Wednesday. Messrs It. Gibson and Co. report :-Fat Cattle.-Over 1900 head yarded to-day, !the whole of which arrived from Victoria, and consisted of good usefuh quality, suitable for trade requirements. Although the number nas large for this season o?: the Iriar, still only a slight reddction in values took place, the prices ruling being still satisfactory. We quote prime pens bullocks, £12 to £14. We sold 300 head. Messrs A. M2Lean and Co. report :-Fat Cattle.-2000 forward ; prices ruled about Xmas week's rates. We sold 40 bullocks for Mr H. Keogh, Kilmore, to £11; 30 cowsofor Mr Watson, to:£5 ; 11 bllocksfor Mr r Win. Buckley, to £10 7s 6d ; Morgan's at £8 17s lid; and Pruden's bullocks at £8 5s; and drafts for Messrs J. Buckley, M'Auley, Barry Foley, Thomson, Smith, Chester, and Sween ey at full maaket rates. Fat Calves.--Wo 'sold'8 calvef r various owners from 16s to d4s.H- - r_ - i Messrs King and Company report:-Fat. Cattle.1960. ,Betterkinds selling at las...

European News. MISCELLANEOUS. London, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 January 1885

European Jwews. i j U'' s"-j" f) :I.lT' S (Fromt the ~A s.) ! L.f -sir e,, MISCELLANEOs. !L', , SLondo, Jan.,,, ' A telegram his been received by tlh Government, from Geieril lord Wolse' ley, stating btait 'ite' South Stffoid sliro Regiment has arriver safely at Hanidab. Lord Wo!selidy states"that thle frce'told off to ;phhish the iur.' Srors of C.lon.l Stewart will..com;i menco its advance againste the Arabs alertly, ... I S .: . -:;; Paris, Jan. 5. SDespatches have been received ;rom Tonquin stating that General Nogiier ihas had an engagement with the Chi-. nese forces to the 'isnubr 6f 6000 meii; resulting, after .severe fighting,g in the Chinese being defea elwith great ..'.. * :',' London,.Jan. 5. , ,Some ruimork of annlarmiing nature have beac circulated with re.pect to thie:Clhtnnel squadron hiaving been or dered to son. Tne rder wtas given a'f ier the Cabinet meeting on- Saturday last. It is believed:liowev'eri'ithat the departure of the squadron! is only for ordinary manoeu...

FLYNN'S CREEK. January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 January 1885

FLYNN'S -'CREEK. --o" (From our own correspondent.) January 5. Summer weather is now upon us in earnest. On Wednesday last during the forenoon, the thermometer stood at 108 deg. in the shade. However, at about 1'30 p.m. a change took place wh-n it fell to 95 deg. The harvest is now in full swing, hut a good proportion is being cut for hay, as the yield in many caser will be light, and much below the average of previous years. Caterpillars are some what numerous, and I have heard of cases in which they have dose some damage to the oat crop, even while standi:g in stooks. The present dr, weatih-r is very severe on th3 potato, mangold, and other root crops, as they are now withering from want of mo s ture, and if we get a fall of rain soon, it is more than likely that potatoes will take a soecond growth. Thsre is no, much barley grown here aud less wheat, as our land does not appear to be adapted to wheat growing, al hough both Clpe English and Oregon barley succeed very wellt ; and we...

Toongabbie. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 January 1885

Tonbsgabbie. l." I N Yelnr' Dayai185; ew a theiseue of another of our Athletic Sports.mee: iogs, and there being-few attractions else*rheie, large ~numbesTcameifrom, heighboring townships,, most strikingly so' from Traralgon, where, about, 200 to:k passago 1y the mid-day train, :thesl visitors, however, were iot-over; pleased for the sports not ommencin6; until about 2 o'clock -they had but time to iitness- six or.! seveni:events whenthe train from Ifeyfield arrived at the station. ' However, being loliday time this waps, soon forgotten by the majority, and as many rode and drove they were not debarred from witnes i?e a -good day's -sports;-- The- following. are the results: Boy' Race odor B yesn 1iTaytos, 1; Hall, 2. Open Race, 300 yds.-L: MiUll, 1 ;. Hr Semmens, 2; S. H. . ansfield, 3. First event .Toongabbie Cup, Handicap Race, 110 yds.-S: H. Mansfield, I; E. Web ber, 2; L. Millar, 3. '! - , Second event Toongabbie Cup, 220 yds. Sfiller, 1;'Mansfield, 2 , Webber, 3. . Third event...

NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 9 January 1885

NEWS AND NOTES. -o Last Sunday morning the congrega tion of St. Jiames Church were some ,whit startled, by :an announcement from the pulpit, that a boy belonging to the towfiship lind been .lost, and that the'service would be considerably. sliorteded in order. to allow members ,f tihe congregaition to assist in search ing for him. A great deal of LheO ser vice was eliminated in order to allow. the people to'get away as early as pos sible, but before they left the building news came, that the. boy bad :been found., It seems that the b .y had re maiined oa fishing all the night before without telling anyone where, he was going, and so had caused his parents 'considerable anxiety. a Amongst the business to be trans acted at the first meeting of the newly elected committee of the Agricultural Society, will be thed election of a se~rit?ry: ?It l will.also; have, to be decided ,what , remuneration will hb? given to this officer, or whether he will boe reluested to iact' in an honorary cap...

A TERRIBLE CYCLONE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 16 January 1885

A TERRIBLE CYCLONE. -0 "- The following details regarding the s, cent di.astrous cyclon . at Madras are furnished by the Calcutta correspon dent of "The Times":-" On Friday last (Nor. 21), a cyclone burst over the town in the early morning and blew for a time at the rate of 46 miles an hour. The shipping in the harbour was in ereat peril. The ships Do. minion, Laurel, and Medusa dragged their ar.chors, but were brought up be fore going ashore. The steamer Clan Gr.int was obliged to put to sea with out a pilot, and narrowly escaped drifting up the breakwater. Thie most serious damage was done on the land. The storm breached on the norhern embankment of the Red-hill. Lake, the only reservror of drinking water which the city possesses. The lake was fair ly full, owing to the recent heavy rain, but on Thursday evening the water was still 6ft. below the top of the embank ment, while there was a parapet 3ft. besides. The cyc!one drove the water over these 9f1. of prrpendicular height, and...

American Items. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 16 January 1885

Amelican Items. They pay a bounty for grasshoppers in Mexico. At the Tabul Tioul haci enda, one recent day, 208,500 lb were brought in by hunters, who received a reward of 175 dole. An employee familiar with the elec tric light system must be present hereafter at each performance in. New York theatres using that syst.m This is by order of the fire commissioners, to sec'ure timely aid in case of acci dents. Tile American Bible Society has detrrmined to stop putting Bibles in railroad cars. One ofits officers said " Of 1000 distributed, we believe but 10 were read, while 300 were so mutilated as to be worthless, and 400 stolen. The sculptors of Berlin have decided that the statue of General Von Goeesen shall be made without spectacles. There is a deficit of 15,000,000 florins noted in the annual budget of Hol land, owing to demonetisation of silver. The proposed production of Wagner's opera "Lohengrin," with Minnie Hank in the cast, in Paris, nearly resulted in a riot, growing out of ...

Miscellaneous. London, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 16 January 1885

.liscellaneous. --~- London, Jan. S. Madame Hugues, the wife of M. Clovis Hugues, metuber of the Cham ber of Deputies, has been tried for the murder of Morio, a private do;ective, whom she mortally wounded by shoot ing with a revolver in the Palais de Justice on November 27. The reason for the act was that Morin had been spreading defamatory reports about Madame fugues. The jany acquitted the prisoner. Lndon, Jan. 9. The London Chamber of Commerce has resolved to petition the Govern ment to take steps for promoting the federation of the empire, and a system cf emigration to the colonies. Prince Bismark proposes to increase the duties at present levied on corn im ported into Germany. A petition has been presented to the Secretary of State for the Home de partment, rsquestiog the release of Dudley and Stephens, the captain and mate of the rachtt M;guonelte, who are undergoing a term of stx months' im prisonment for the omurder of the boy Parker, whom they kil ed and ate. Sir William H...

Latest Intelligence. Thursday evening. Berlin, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 16 January 1885

By Electric Telegraph. (Irom our own corre,.pondent.) Thursday evening. Berlin, Jan. 14. A police flieial who has recently ken ia rornllll part in the prose tin .f so ial;Ass was stabbed to ath to-day in 1 ratkfort. AMadrid, Jan. 14. Sh wks of arthpliake still cintinuo be felt in the N luthlrn provinces. Melbourne. Somle cx?:Lteult was occasioned ong ivil s-? .. t to day by the re ipt by ta; y of them of a circular II the P, blic Service B1ard, point out lhat -t was necessary under the : ihat all tflich ro wh.o had attained a.c at which they are entitled to ie anu,; i ,,h .!ld aobain thb consent th Co:nai.iioll.srs to their continu ,,, t i? ! tlose who reached the age n leire bit! be proprietr of their it . ,ir :o o ii under consid,.ration, d it is understo .. that the Board are Sd;s;po. to 'avor the continuance o'i oslivers in the service to the tent obtained iuder the lax adminis tin ,f the previously existing one. ?r, i lllljo.1 l~ttleIol r

MORWELL STOCK REPORT. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 16 January 1885

MOIWELL STOCK iEPOhiT. Monday. MeIsrs C. Mackintosh and Co. relort: We yarded about 100 cattle. We got through a large number of those yarded, but the bidding was not as spirited as usual. Prices as follows :-Fat cows, medium weights and quality, firm £5 2s Cd to £5 10s ; 3 to :3; yrs old steers to £ 7s ; store cows from £3 2 61d to £3 13s; other descriptions same rates. CI. Mackay & Co. report :-held our usual sale at Morwell on Monday. Ynrds well supplied. Biddinglanguid. We sold steers at £3 I4s; heifers. £2 Js; calves, £1 16s Gd. Privately team of lbullocks, £111.

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