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EUROPEAN POWERS [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

EUROPEAN POWERS. " A considerable misapprehension has,"states " the Times," " arisen from a passage in Lord Hartington's speech at Accrington. on December let. Speaking of the relations of this country with the European powers, he said : 'Our relations with Germany are perfectly cordial and perfectly friendly In proof of that I may, perhap', tell you, what I think will be satisfactory to many of you, that within a very few days we have received from the German Government an intimation that they are willing to co-operate with us for the protection of our and their subjects and our and their in terests in China-that is, in the event of our countrymen or our interests being brought into peril by the state of the relations between France and China.' Not only in this country, but in France and Germany, the above has led to the supposition that some agreement has been entered into between England and Germany to watch or control the operations of the French, and a certain uneasiness or irr...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

TRAtIALGON, M1O DA.Y, JAN. 21 A 3ILEAN & CO. will sell at. their yards, on thie above date 8 Fat Bullocks 10 Fat Cows 30 Store Blullocks 30 Store C.ws and IIeifers 2S Store 3-.ea -old Ste.rs On account of Mr Lin a;:v- 10 first-clas Milch Cows in full mrilk at present. A lot voe cal: thl.roughdy recotmmenld. Also, for sa:lc awr er- I really goo.l Bull. TBaARALGOY, MIC NDiAY, JAN.21 -C ENSGLSII, LITTL , t CO. will sell at their yards, on r .bore date 30 Steers, 2 and .8 wars eld 20 Store Cows 5 FPat Iulllcl 5 Milch Cow s b Splendid IorLting Bl!lol:E, aad tatklh ,g. T.IAlIALGO N, MONDAY, JAN.21 rACIKAY, WILKES rn.: CO. are I favored Faith instruction=s rom the vend rs" oell at thtir:r s l'rnclgern, on the above date- SFat JI ,llocks, 5 Fat Laws °5 good Store Bullocks On a crount sf vrris:as een:es- (0 rto ea . MIixed Cattle Slilker s, pringers, Vealet; 2 II a ses, 10 figs S.B.- -Constituents will rti e ]:AC that we hlave second sale. RICIHARID iAC.\ KAY, Atuctioneer. ]JAC KAY, ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

H. BREED, Family Butcher, Kaye Street, Traralgon. oane but the best quality of meat kept. Small Goods fresh every day. Charges moderate. C. E. W. Jones, Franklin Street, TRARALGON. PRACTICAL WATCH & CLOCK MAKER, Silversmith and Jeweller, Optician and Sewing Machinist. Moderate Charces, Punctuality, and Good workhanship guaranteed. Traral;on Bakery A. L. GALBRAITH, BAKER,PASTRYCOOK & CONFECTIONER TesaS this opportunity of thanking the Public of Tnraralgon, and surrounding district, for Ihe patronage he has received from them during the pat nee year:, and would solicit a continuation of the seame faors for the futurem. Groar:es of the b. st quality on hand. Fruit in its' season. H. E. Hlenden, Tobacconist, B 0 0 KSE LLER, STATIONER, and Fancy Goods Dealer. FRANKLIN ST., TRARALGON. Agent for Age and Leader newspapers. W. NORRIS, Boot & Shoe Maker, KAYE ST., TRARALGON. Fancy Slippers neatly made up. Mlurie & Co., CARPENTERS & UNDERTAKERS, AvTE ST....

TRARALGON MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

TRAIlALGO'N MARKETS. -a Mes.sr R.Guthridge and Co. report: -The weather on Monday was very unfavorable for business is stock Our yards, however, were well filled with all classes of cattle, 950 being forward, and we cleared nearly all out at satisfactory prices. Sales-Fat bul locks. £5 2s 6d to £G ; cows, £3 10s to £ 5 7s id ; steers, £4 15s ; stol' cows and heifers, £2 10s to £3 Ss; Steers, £2 12s to £3 10; milkers, £2 7s ld to £3 5s; team of working bullocks, waggon, tackling complete, £130; working bullocke, £6 to £6 los por headt; pigs, 14s to 17s for slips. Traralgon Produce Thursday afternoon. J Peterkin &S Co. report-- Wheat, none offeriun ; barley, feeding, Os Gd to 2s Od : Englieh, f,,r bright plump samples, 3s Ild to 3s Gd ; oats, 2s 8d to 3s; Ilour £10 10s to £11 per ton ; potatots £3 10s; cheese 3d to 5d per lb; butter 5d to lid; eggs is per doz; hams and bacon 7d to 10d, according to quality.

LUTHER'S CHURCH DOORS [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

LUTHER'S CHURCH DOORS -0---- It may not be generally known that the historical church-doors upon which Luther nailed his famous ninety-five theses at Wittenburg in 1517 are now to be seen at the chief entrance to the church of Sr. Batholomew at Berlin. Wittenburg was bombarded during the Seven Year's War, and the "church being almost levelled with the ground, the doors were badly damaged. They were, however, patched up and re stored to their places when the church was rebuilt; but as they suffered a good deal from the effects (f the wen ther, they were in time removed for safety to the Berlin Museum, whdre they remained until King Frederick W\illiam V. presented them to the t hurch of St. Bar.holumew upon its completion. For the original doors, which are popularly known is Ger many as the " Gates of Reformation," new ones ofbronze engraved with Luther's theses have been substituted at Wittenburg. These were given to the castle church in 1158 by Ring Frederick William IV., and are sa...

RECORDING COWS' PERFORMANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

RECORDINQG COWS' PERFOR MANCES. From the dairy journal we learn the following amusing illustration of the necessity for keeping strict account of each cow's produce:-" I was milking in the barn when young Squire Lat ton came in. I lifted.up the pail and hung it on the spring balance.. Just 131b.' said I, and marked it on the little board on the wall opposite where the cow slood. `'What do you do that for ?'said he. ' Why I always count, measure, and weigh everything on this farm,' said I. 'IMy father taught me that when I was a boy.' ' But what's the use-here ?' said he. ' You have all the milk, and no one can cheat you.' 'Don't you be so sure of that. Now look here. Youlsee ,this b arid, That's Topsy's milk account. Here you see is 171b., 161b., 181b., and then comes 111b. That struck me all of a heap, and I went right to Topsy to see what was the matter. Ber nose was hot and dry, and her mouth was slobbering, and she was not eating' I Loon. found out what was the matter. She had b...

COLORED GENTLEMEN [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

COLORED GENTLEMEN; -o Speaking of colored labour (says the Queensland correspondent of the "Federal Australasisn") leads to' the rioting at MacKay on Boxing Daiy last. While the Christmas races were taking place some time-expired Kanakas went into a booth and demanded to be served with drinks 'The "dinks weie irefused, and the colored gentlemen blecame saucy, and were expelled from the booth. They then became violent, and a fight ensued, in which a lot of Kanakas and' whites joined. The Kanakas were beaten off, end thsja ran into a p'antation adjo:ning the race course. There. they were joined by about fifty more of their fellow coun trymen; and from the cane field came showers of stones, bottles, sticks, and a good' sprinkling of arrows. The white men then broke'down the fence of the plantation, and rode in after the Kanakas, drawing out their stirrup irons and setting ,to work as the Lancers did at Ulundi, One Kanaka has been found dead, and about 40 of them badly wounded; while it...

THE BUNINYONG ASSAULT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

THE BUNINYONG ASSAULT CASE. -0--o At the ;Buninyong Police Court on Friday morning, Simon O'Neil and David Slater were charged with assaul tiog Nathaniel M'Grath on the night <f 1st January, and inflicting upon him grievous bodily harm. Dr Radcliffe, Ballarat, stated, in his opinion, the appearance of M'Grath at the Court would be prejudicial to his recovery. When he first saw M'Grath on the 4th inst., found him suffering from concus sion of the brain, followed by severe vomiting. There was a fracture of the left collar bone; two black eyes, exten ding to the forehead and low down upon the cheek; several severe wounds about the face and body; a wound on the scalp about an inch deep, and several ocuts. The wound over the eye brow might have been caused by a blow from the fist ora blunt instrument, and the scalp wound by a blow from a blunt instrument, orby a fall on a hard substance. If no relapse set in, IM'Grath would be able to appear this day week. The two defendants d...

MORWELL. Wednesday, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

From our own corresolndena. Wednesdar, Januiary 1. The railway works, fioa.lS rwael t. MIirboo, are at last in fall swing. The contractors have apponted MIr Tlr manager, and he has been makiwn preliminary arrangemnents during the week, in the way of providing a?lic'a: and stab.ing; horses and requaisi? railway materials: and, so far, a supriri class of navvies, who are n aw ol Ith scene of operations. All along th1i line refreshmtent houses are bt i h erected, some of which will probahli Il used hereafter, for disposing of stronce ingredients than tea and coffee, but I suppose it takes all classes to manke community. The business people of aMirbco have been making extensive additions a their premieei in anticipation of a large influx of population, of thi resumption of the railway work., There will soon be an opening for a large number of scrub caters ani agricul:nural laborers in Mirboo, as the select urs are determined to cul.ierat extensively, when the new railway opens up cheap ...

TRARALGON SOUTH. Wednesday, January 16 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

TRARLGON SOUTI. -0----- From our own correspondent, Wednoesday January li On Friday-next (the day ofl issue,) I hear that the school `:oilrdor are to be treated to a picnic, c rovid for by the surrounding residentgp. i school re-opened on MIonday. n t We are about to have some imprir, ments executed on our roads . teo having been called for a bridge elt Stoney Creek, also for clearie, d e timber from the road betweeun tI Creek and Trarangon. The Con,, will require to do a great deal pt to the roads running on either sidhsi Traralgon Creek, to the South, b-fWte many selectors will be temiptd , settle down there. ,-l The crops are looking exceeiin~l. well, both the early anl late. 'hi: wheat is rather too heavy andl lin? down, it is also slightly damiagd di: rust. There are a few caterpillat amongst the oats and peas, but t, do not seem to hale ldonle muh damage. Horse beans are lookin,,u : and will soon be fit fbr harre til, Oats and peas, somtn NoVemer 10~l splendid. The potatoes gr...

SYDNEY TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

SYDNEY TRAIN. -0 Tlie Commissioner of Railways has cheerfully fiallen in with the sug g stions of the New Sauth Wales authorities, wits the view of shortrnil? the time now occupied by the overland express between Sydney and MTelbourne and there is every prospect of an arrangement being arrived at between the two counties in a few days At present the express runs up to the maximum specd on the Victorian side of the Murray, but this is not the case between Albury a?d Sydney, and under the new arrangement the New South Wales railway officials will run the distance in one hour and 20 minuces less time than formerly. On theother hand, the Victrian authorities will alter the time of the Melbourne train so as to meet the Sydney train at Albury. By this means it is proposed to do the overland journey between the two capitals in about 18 hoors. Mr. Gillies yesterday directed the i agreement to be drawn and forwarded to New South Wales for ratification, and it is anticipated that the new arra...

TRIAL OF O'DONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

TRIAL OF O'DONNELL. The trial of O'Donnell was concluded late on the evening of the 1st inst. iMr Charles Russell defended the prisoner in a very able and ingenious speech, taking up the ground that O'Donnill acted in self-defence. The prisoner he said, only became aware of Carey's identity shortly before the commission of-the crime. He denodtinid Carey to his face, and 'when the latter felt for the weapon in his dress, O'Donnell, believing his life to be in- danger, fired -at Caiifey. The Crown witnesses, how ever, all deposed that nd sound of quarrelling or of loud talking was heard between the two men. The defence &'id not call into the witness box the wmaen who accompanied O'Donnell. The jury was absent feoifro hours, durng which time the foreman twice consulted the judge on points of law. The prisoner attempted to speak after sentence, but was stopped by the judge. \O'Donnell struggled with the warders who advanced to remove him from the dock, and was carried to the cel...

REAPER AND BINDER TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

REAPER AND BINDER TRIAL. -- A most successful trial of reaping and binding machines took place on Friday on the farm of Mr. Robert Johnstone, near Romney, and was attended by at least 200 persons, the farming interest being very strongly represented. The following machines were shown at work, viz.:-The Osborne, the M'Cormack, the Hornsby, the Johnson, and the tamuelson, the judges, who wero appointed on the ground, placing them in that order. Anew invention, called the Saumuelson reaper and platform binder, was also subjected to a trial, and it was the opinion` of the judges, as' well as"of many other farmers present,, that this machine when perfect will., command thbe market.- " Telegraph.". .

ENGLISH TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

ENGLISb TELEGR~AMS ---o- Tie Chinese Government are mnaking preparations for the defence of the country, in case the present stcined relations with France should result in war. Torpedoes are being laid down in the river at Canton, and a force of 2000 men is being despatched to the island of Hainan, which the French have threatened to seize. "Ar gus" telegrams state that the English officials lately appointed virtually con stitute the Egyptian Ministry. Baker Patha has been ordered to proceed to the assistance of the Egyptian garri sons at Siakat and Tokar, two places near thliport of Suakin, which have for some time past been threatened by the insurgents.

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

AGRIUULTURAL NOTES. -o If a man wants a certain business that will pay well from the start, and keep on paying all the time, we would advise him to get moist land and try dairying and pig raising, and with tolerable managemant he will be sure to succeed. The feeding of working horses. Writing upon this sulject in the "Medical and Surgical Journal," Dr. C. F. Page says :--" he custom of working or. exercising horses directly a' ter erating, or feeding after hard work and before they are thoroughly rested ; baiting at noon, when both these vio lations of a natural law are committed; these ore the predisposing causes of pinkeye, and of most diseases that affect our horses. Keep horses quiet, dry, warm, and in a pure atmosphere, the nearer the out-door air the better, and stop his food entirely at the first eign of disease, and he will speedily recover. It has been demonstrated in tens of thousands of cases in family life that two meals are not only ample for the hardest and most exhaus...

GOSSIPY PARAGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

GOSSIPY PARAGRAPHS. -o From the "Ballarat Star." Captain Harvey, late of the English N'avy, has left London, having been engaged by the Chinese Government A number of retired officers are follo wing, it being the intention of the Government at Pekin that the Chinese e ironclad fleet shall be officered almost entirely by Europeans. S lhe Duke of Norfolk, who has been considered a man of immense wealth, e has been forced to dismiss 300 work people and cut down his household expenses. The trouble is that, being a devout Roman Catholic, lie has given large sums of money to religous objects, and has spent much upon y Arundel and other places. The military sys'em inFrance exacts service of prince and peasant. Every young man (with a few exceptions of slight importance), on reaching 20, must go into the army. If lie has a 8 college degree or can pass a certain examination, the period of service is limited to one year; otherwise, lie is a soldier for five years. A writer to a London newspae...

MISCELLANEOUS London, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. -0 London, January 11. Mr Childers, the Chancellor of the Erchequer, has informed the agents general for the Australian colonies that the concession in the duty on Spanish wines will be extended to colonial wines. He states that he insunable to increase the degree of proof (30 deg.) for wines that will be admitted at the reduced duty ,f is ner gallon to 32 deg., on account of the lose of revenue that would result from such an extension. He is, however, willing to consider the question of having a sliding scale, admitting Australian wines at a duty at is 6d per gallon. London, January 13. A rumour has been in circulation during the past week that the recent injury to the Czar's shoulder, which was iileged to have been caused by an accident received by His Majesty when out hunting, was really due to an attempt made upon his life by the Nihilists. The evidence in favor of the truth of this report is increasing, although no official confirmation has been given to it. Lond...

The Traralgon Record Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1884 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1884, WnEn Mr Gladstone last resumed office he based the foreign policy of his administration on a promise that it would give support to every nation who might be struggling for freedom" from alien control. How that promise has beeni fulfilled, from Afghanistan to Africa, need not now be discussed. In every direction in which, hitherto, that policy has been pursued, it has resulted in events protending trouble to England. The folly of Mr Glad stone has been the foil to lend increased lustre to the brilliancy of Lord Ben conefield. This is so, emphatically, in relation to Turkey and Egypt. Al though in the opinion of some Euro pean Powera-Italy, above all-the time was not distant when England in Egypt would declare herself in her right colors, and that time has now arrived, it has not been generally believed that the English Government, at the outset had any intention of keeping possession of Egypt for any lengthenedperiod. Butcircu...

MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

MIELBOURNi E MARKIETS. --o Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. report: Fat Cattle.--100 forward. Another fall of 10s took place. We sold 20 bullocks for Mr Fenton, junr., averag ing £8 5s 3.t; 18 from Woodside at £9 5s; 20 for Mr Jas. Buckley, to £9 2s Gd; 22 cows for1Mr Wm Buckley, to £6 2a Gd; M'Cole and Brearton's bullocks to £S, and cows at £3 5s; Hodgson'sbullocks to £7 15; Crisp's bullock's to £7 10; Ross' at £7 5s; Shaw's and Morgan's at market rates Mlessrs Peck, Hudson, and Raynor report:--'at Cattle.-Only about 1700 yarded, although 1030 were drawn for. Biddings, except for best, were a little under last week's rates. We sold 27 Heufield bullocks from £10 to £11, averaging £10 Gs 10d, topping the market; 19 do, Mr Donald Manson, to £10 15s, averaging £10 Os Gd ; 11 do, Mr William Manson, to £7 10, averag ing £7 5s 5d ; 10, Mr D. H. Hill, to £9; 10, Mr W. A. Wrigglesworth, at £8 15s; 9, Mr Wm. Letr, to £11 7s Gd, averaging £9 5s 3d; and 256 others, made up of small lots of good and pr...

Engineer's Report [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884

Engineer's Report To to President, Councillors, &o.: Gentlemen,-1 have the honor to re port for your .information, as fol lows: Contract 142-Toongabbie road, Kelleher and M'Gauran's contract. This road, so long delayed, has at last been finished. Since the opening of the Heyfield railway the traffic has been greatly reduced, nor is it likely to be so heavy as it has been, still, I consider that unless some parts of it are gravelled, it will be much cut up next winter. Some work is absolutely necessary on this road at Williamson's corner, which was quite impassab!e last winter. Contract 144-Cribbins Bridge, Thompson's contract. The repairs to this bridge have been satisfactoriiy finished, and I have also had the ap proaches cleared and otherwise im proved Contract 145-Kelleher & Ml'Gaur an. Culverts and drains on coal mine road to Ilazelwood. The works are progressing favorably. One culvert, which was inot erected in accordance wi h the design, has to be taken down an...

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