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THE LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

THE LOCAL LAND BOARD. -o Applications were considered and dioposed of1 by the Local Land Board held in the Court-hoause, on Monday kst, as fnllows 1ection 19 1. Maria cauldwell, 320a, Carra jung, E and S of Colo .--I'- o, 2. John Cobain, 217a, Carrajung, E of A. Greaveso-Postponed. S. 7 G. Cirk, r300, darrejung, S and W ,,f L1. Craldwell.-Postponed. 4. John Cteela, 150a, Carrajung, S of J. H. ] ,iy.-Postponed. 5. f: chael J. Fiaher, 320a, Cana jung, E of bxohan.--Postponed. 6. John Drohan, 320x, Carrajung, IF of T. if. IRohe.-P~atponed. 7. Lnnie ' Crie'e, 31Sa 3r 13p, Crnrajure, W of J. Cobain.-Subject no payment of extr, ~rvey fee and pro'nclcion of cerificato of Lirnih. 8. F. i. .Ro?e, 201z. Or 16D, Carr. jung, W of ,. Drohz.-- o.tponed 9. imnel ?. ' .oti.vell, 2. {S. r 2.m, Vco 3.-T- , W of G. 'Wasu.-Re ccMmen; d. 15. Ch-r1s E. Pio'an, 200a iJaca d a, forfeited by P. iaon.- ECcoine-.,Cadebjc. t to vrhat.co for i.rovencn!o. 11 'Wi!. nm Wielfon, 2?l0, LMoon darrc, fo:fieod by P. s;...

MISCELLANEOUS London, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

MISCELLANEOUS ----. London,December 11. The Childers, the largest of the tor pedo -boats built for the Victorian Government by Lera., J. I. Thorny. croft end Cons, will proceed to Ports mouth on Thurs'dy, prior to her de parture for Melbourne London, December 10. TL-he tenders invited by the Timaru Harbor Board, New Zeeland, for a loan of L100,000, for the purpose of improving the harbor at that port, were opened to-day. The L.mount was felly subscribed for, the average price being L28 5a. London, December 11. hIr. Pleydell, the manager of the Lcndon brunch of the Commcrcicl Bank of South Lustrr.lia, who has been m?hizt arrangements for the commencement of opeations in Lon don, hc-s aeccred pramiseo in Lome bard-street, where the bank will be opened for business early next year. London, Decembor 10 It is officially .nnounced to-day that Mr. Alfred Tennycon, the 1 oet laureate, is raised to the prorege unuer the title of Baron Tennyson. It is amnounced that Dr. John Brown, M.D., of E...

The Traralgon Record Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1883, REuIAKABLn E outbreaks of enterprise, aiming at universal supply, continue to be the prevailing characteristic of t trado. Journrlissi takes place among tLem, if not precedence. Nor in this entsrprise, in Victoria, confined to starting new papers. iymptomo crop] up continually that even cotablished organs are coming out, if not with new faces, yet with new ways. The mana gero of the Ielbourne "Argus" have apparently felt that in journalism, Es in anything else, ther; is miple scope for development. They have rppeslod for an extended ci:culatica, in the shape of an ndditicaal column to each page of the paper. This is not exactly a novel plan. Tho oldest journal, still extant, in the metropolio, "The Herald," may claim its dictingaished morning contemporary as an imitrtive ] competitor. It is a curious circu- I stance, and highly suggestive, that i these widenings of newspapar sheets be coincident with the narrowings of politi...

FRANCE AND CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

FER NCE AND CHINA. WAR bctcreen France and Chinn, if notl; : y forn?ially decl;:.d, may be re-: rcrded; i. the langb.age of Fran, c: !rerady "'u fait accotpli." W7a, it h c~o bcn evident: for oomo time .::at, *ru-_ uoni sooner or later: and it in an event of nniquo imp.ortance. Fom Chin? presentE the only foreo of vi 'go.ono civiliation on the gloho which io not the force of Europe. Taking into eonoideoction th aonciont ucalth, the oxconquorable pertinoity, end the veat population of China.-numnboring betleon threo end four sillione--it is ecsy to rce that, in soma reopocto, su is "ho strtngoat and moea formidtLle poser in the world. It has not been and it cannot be, with China as with other Asiatic races, whom Europe has studied, traded with, and not unfre quoatly has seen reasons for slaugh tering. If Christendom were grouped together, and all the population directly affected by the notions of religion, government, and arts of Christendom were massed; and if the other side, were p...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

Traralgon, Tuesday, December 18. LIVE CTOCK, VFURNITURE, &e. -o IESS:S.. . bi'LIAN & CO., in con. junction with .Messrs Mackay, Wilkes & Co., are instrucled by Cornelius Neville, Esq., to sell on lhi above date, at Mr Neville' farm, three miles from Tr ral yon, all his valuable Stock, Household Furniture, Pauming Implements, &e. Counistiug of 1 IH:eav draught mare, near foaling in fool to "Lord lRodney" Saddle Mare " Grand npctanding Colts, Indian Eorts 1 Yearling Filly, well bred 30 good bullocks, t5 firot-class steers, 25 really good heifers, 4 Milkers, in full profit 30 Spri.ngers, rising 3 years old. These are the progeny of picked cows, crom the herd of the late Gearge Gibson, of Denison 1 Pare Shorthorn Bull, rising 3 years 9 'irct-elass breeding Sows 50 Stores and Suckers 1 Tho ughbred Berkshire Boar, small hr Setilte's breed of Pigs are well known and can be highly recommended. Iuoc-hold Furnitture--tlouble and sinrle : iron bedsteads, roattre...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

-TRARALGON POSTAL APFIAGEMESN;T 1ýL1 CLOBE TOM Droain 3o109 5 p' A.m. morwelU J Tr gir ( 11.15 am.r and tD~s_ ý Sale ) - G!enmie Re Ee'd D3:1 La'rebe Hlappy Ge} CKci;nepl~re VI -!i~:'lt E Tarryanderýre bry.5~ -5 m. Wed. . ----. W~ed. &i Frdar9P. Meltonrne ) Droun } 3 Le 1 :; ~? !for 7, ll 3 iio a J -10 s.-. (5 : _T1 Hev~iS: d D- ;, T3=ga~abie LlUtr b Hapty Gr Tlea. ie'.:-.lr Luck-, x'151· p.=.. Calliyee i Ott i-y, The Railwayn~. Trralgau ... ;-Ill 5" Mor ei3 d1 . TryIgo: .. 1i.:3 Fisn"r Cr~ttl .. 12':3 t, "52 Ri d e .. 1.L1a 1)=i Fa: Hoy '; - TrsIrg~n 1' '"s 1.2$ LHies~e. THE Traralgoll Record ETRPYT FPID'Y \fM'V'YiS t"e. Tn' qe_::m_ f tie oia- 3lr re, 3 · : fl>E r-N asd 0i c""''tw oaarci o' X31_ . '_ ..^-o r.: It o o iL= C:. : Per i tL'dTýiC ... 50'o::d; o ""1 " Tneiran: ... ... _· 5 The se to eclumrn: 1+? e_ý . c ;_e c-21 C i"on t1 -"? B-. me- ::l to rrbls2'=d G'1 to C1 Ai J:r 'm-? frrJ: -:t t -'ill t o nicet a~ efr6~~1 C 0C~ CWlliý : iiltc1ý.Y.ýL·i . .iii: AGENTS FOP 3...

[?] PAEVE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

*-0- i, e- ? .:hb, 2 ,led "The Gee lg :.. 'l ha Ve.Bia, has been On .~.'-r, for L. Eunt's trophy, : :h i .: ritchett eosily o0 the Par .. bide ovr th~n .juay at How ling is to be built jointly by th, Soves~mats cf Victoria and ew Couth .?.~ . The coat will be LC00. Crunt cwei:ement and expectation eaonegot h:-ds of Government departmenta as to who the new Putblie Cervie Commissioners are to aervczting hands at CGampaspe are getting 10s. n day, with board, and they are a'.rce at that. b'o wonder farmers cc! for the .resumption of immigration. ;ir Thomas I1'Ilwraith, late Premier of Queencland, and Lady iUIlwraith, are passengers for Eng land by the s.s. Cuzco, rhich left Gydney this morning. :'e 1,ar that the Jows of Ballarat intend, in a faw days, to present to D)eran Moore a congratulatory address on his elevation to the Roman OCtholiQ bishpi-i The rity of Gandhurt L25,000 five par cent. Icn has been euccece nflly flested, the whole having been taken tp at par by the Commercial Ban...

FIELD AND GARDEN. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

FIELD AND GARDEN. ---o---- DECEIMBE?. Orchard and ineyard.--Continua to thin and support the shbrts of ines, and apply sulphur. The beries should be thinned in the bunches where tine craes are desired. Watch for and destroy caterpillars. Cut of sfrsx berry runners. Thin the fruit o orange trees as scn as it is sao Flower Garden.-The is atest dshlias and gladioli should be plante~ n the beginning of the month. Haiths, rhododendrors, azaas, and other ine rootel plants as well as all o-her that have been recently p'an:d, should have liberal supplies of isater in dir weather, and the soil mlched with short rrass. Shekn the ties o rose buds as scon as itis sure ther have taken, and cut back the top of he sz when thebud appe'r ready to st?°. Pu: in pink pipings. Kitchen Garden. An.o`he s? ~ of brussels sprout., mke, reo cab-.e, saroys, and bruioli may be made in the course of this month; likew-=e a .teo bed of cabbage and caulidorer. P't out celery, leeks, and- cabbage. Cut herbs as ihey ...

Latest Intelligence Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

(From our own co:roepondent.) Melbourno, TLu, £y evening. The :;tdn7 Aoel: .ly cat all nig'.t a:d e?atOcLu ci'ting Otone;.:lling .n tn, L.ad'. 1. .'od .n I. !)osIt~on, :.rid the -v;'.rrn: c-t'. :.alV< d ao :.on?i.., ci:; • -ntil ' tl':: Er,:on,' re:-ing i.- cc:r " 1 :." i. : :i. . i e i 1" .' ?ro r n Oe' c: l0., :iz o.-r. L :]lc, :~,. tory-Ger:: :1 2 ''ne t t o E.:g:. 4 .2 mo ! S t-. a; ataorsajys f-r -l,: . .1 ::"" :T ong to k .n" t.?i :1vm .eI'a entir.cg lin ca :`. S0.: a : to , "- t r in -ay otih'" .',:; i-: 0!r,:h. Thin it is nu i:- toZC: ian -r.c of berfjl :c:ic tb im;.:.ea'ky ft.,ot: °by y rec:our: to Thi px': .ty ," 100 eech Crem n ;nd tI oe :,'itý 20 !ti.:: : co: c :' t:eir " Victory" , indle i::s given t:- c: G:e ;tion. ,i'a. c' --pinon nt''espo.ent itj.-a:.,. ý" Cv :::.n-,: ,_ Ca. pbai!, .?u. -t " L.:,i:"e" by 1 -:_ J. eeacon r°.'lic-1 3or: pi:.-:,:. rcuind.

TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

'TRAnALGOM SHIRE COUNCIL. -.-------,. Present-Crs. Kelleber (President), Peterkin, Finian, Breed, Bodycomb, and Campbell. Minutes. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. Correspondence. From Government statist asking that returns be sent one month earlier.-Received. From W. D. Sniger, Middle Creek, Hazelwood, stating that petition was sent in some months ago, with reference to state of roads in the dis trict, and urging the necessity of clearing the portion running north and south from M. D. Sullivan's to Mr. Chanmp's selection, and the road run ling east and west to Middle CGreek between the latter and Mr. Byson's; also draining and constructing several culverts along a portion of Mr. Nelson's Boundasry, wrlllch is very bad.-En gineer to report. From Mr. Buckley, secretary Yarrum Railway League, asking for the Council's support in agitating for the construction of the great Southern bailway via Alberton and Yarram into North Gipplsand.-No action. From J.. Syk...

THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

THE GAZETTE. .-0 Messrs. E. T. A. Yeitol, W. Sum mons,jW. [{. Goodwin, W.B. . Fr guson, T. Greaves, J. I1. olden, a'd P. II. IIumphrey F-avr be-n spFo nt:d trustees of the lnd temlorarly reserved on the ,lth ,April, 1~83, 1a a site for a uechanics' Institute at I'oonnnabbie. .It is proclaimetd that no per on, although he be duly licensed or ot cr wise. nnlthorised. shl:llK ,iit, lig. o01 eremove live or dead timber fron tlie and in the town of W.Irragul, being ?art of section 8, tempor,rily reserved is a site for public recreation. : Two acres in the county of Buln llin, paish of Darnum, at Darnium, 54 temporarily reserved from sale, &C. asa site for public purposes (State scol.) r I he following applications for licces under "The Land Act, 11609' havt been refused:--E. Speed, Tanjl . R. Heaney, Buchan. Tti following applicationB for grants yve been approved :-W. Champ, JPr,Y insar; C. Jacobs, Sale. ,Th tfollowing orders-in-council are gazettq :-To assist the Shire of Narrar...

NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

NEWS AND NOTES. ---- With the opening issue of a new periodical, as a rule, something extra goodis expected. From this course we'must ask tobe aliowed to depart, and in doing so to promise that, should a fair amount OfLencouragement be met with, we will in a shorttime take steps to make our journal more popular by issuing an extra sheet. The Clerk of Courts "ill be in attendance at the local police court to-morrow morning, in lieu of Friday, the 14th inst. The local Annual Court for licensing will be held on the 20th inst., after the usual Court of Petty Sessions. The shire council have decided to alter their day of meeting from the secondMonday to the second Wednesday in each month. On Tuesday evening a few of the rier.ds of Mr J. Lane, pointsman on the railway line at Traralgon, met at Mr Hicko-'s hotel to bid farewell, and wish a prosperous future for him on his leaving our midst. MrLane baving been promotej, left on Wednesday for Melbourne. A Supper wrr prepared by host IHicor, ...

THE NEW POSTAL ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

THE -l'EW POSTAL ACT. -- ---o - The new Postal Act c:mes into force on the 1st proa., and it will bring 'bout n number of improvements in the departments. One of the most important of these improvements will be effected in the stamp depart. ment. At present, fee, duty, and postage stamps are distinct and there are forty-seven distict varieties, vary ing from the halfpenny stamp to those 1100 in value. Under the new Act, the number of varieties will be reduced to thirty-one. Embossed stamps for legal purposes, will be obtainable to any value. In the book-keeping branch three Eets of books are now kept, whereas the number will be reduc:d to one set. Instead of three sets of licensing forms, as at present. there will only be one. In the future there will only be one class of stamps -postage---which will be also avail able for use as fee and duty stamps. The present Act provides for the payment of 9d. in the L to vendors of stamps, but the new Act leaves the remuneration tobe fixed unde...

HOW TEL-EL-KEBIR WAS WON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

HOW TFL-EL-KEBIP! W AS WO. I The story of how Tel-el- ebir, the crowning victory of the Egyvtian cam paign, was won, has never bten more graphically told than by Sir Archibald Alisor, the commander of the H;gh and Brigade one occasion. On the 18th October, the citizens of Glasgow presented him with a sword!of honor, in recognition of his eminent services. and in responding, he thus, in stirring language, reproduced the scene of war:-" LIrd Wolseley's orders were clear, concise, and soldierlike. We were to advance, shrouded by the darkness of night, for a distance of five or six miles, upon the Egyptian worki, and to storm them without firing a shot, the moment we reached them. The brigade formed for the march in the order in which it was to atsack-two lines, two deer. The ritles were unloaded, the bayonets unfixed, and the men warned that only two signals would be given-a word to fix tayonet-'-a bunae.-.ound to Sstorm.' When we had" ot ovr the longest part of the way a halt took pla...

BOYS AND GIRLS SIT ERECT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

BOYS A_\D GIRLS SIT ERIECT. --o One of the worst hsbi young peopie form is that of leaning forward to~ much while at work or s:dy. I: is much leas tiresome and more healthy to sit or stand erect. The rund thonldered, hollow-chestd,an? almos: defrmed persons ore meets every dy could have avoided ail the bad reas-l: from which they now suffer had they always kept the body erect, the chest full, and houlders thrown back. A simo'e rule is th'a if the ha.d is no: thrown forward but is held erect, tie shoulds will drop brc~to:heir mnasl po iticn, giving the lngs full pahy. The injury done by carelessness in th?i respect is by compres?ing the lungs, preventing their full and natura action, resulting in lung di-ese, usually consumption. Sit er et, boys and girls, anl look the world in the face. "Mim ing and Scienafidc Pres."

MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

From our own correspondent. -o I am sorry to have to relate that the usual good character, of our distict has lately suffered somewhat by   the action of some vile person or persons. A farmer named Mr. Scarlett , of Mirboo, found a valuable cow belonging to him lying dead in a neighbor's field of oats. The police were consulted and Sen. Constable Gilfedder, of Morwell had the cow opened and found a lead bullet in the region of the heart, having penetrated at the shoulder. Mr. Scarlett has offered a reward of L25, which the Government have supplemented by an equal amount, for information, that will convict the offender. It is hoped that the reward will be an incentive to some person to come forward and   have justice meted out to the guilty party. On the 5th of this month Mr Murdoch Irving, farmer, Mirboo, was burned out. He left home in the morning, putting out any fire that, woes burning inside, and in a few hours, a s-'a young man named Kemp was+ posing a...

A VISIT TO CORANDERRK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 December 1883

A VISIT TO CORANDERK. Coranderrk was visited by the Board for the Protection of Aborigizes on Saturday last. The party consisted of Messrs. C. M. Officer, 31.LI, rice-president of the board; W. 3l'Credie, A. La Soilef, members of the board; A. Purchas, Captain Page secretary to the board, and representa a tives of the Melbourne press. Lilly a dale was reached by the morning tr.lu staout eight o'clock, the visitors having had more than ample oppoatuni:ies to a admire the scenery along the route, nearly two hours being occupied in a travelling 23 miles. On arriving at 3 Coranderrk, a tour of inspection was a commenced, it beingincumbent on the t party to shake hands with each inmate t of the house, ask the mother as to the age and number of her children, and t generally make themselves no pleasant as parliamentary candidates on an elec t tion tour, The women were invariably P if not pretty modest and well behaved, s and answered very intelligently the questions put to them, whilst the...

AGRICULTURAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 December 1883

AGRIUULTURAL NOTES -0 Never clean a horse in hie stable. The dust fouls the crib, and makes him loathe his food, Mr G. Call, Pittsfield, life., tells tithe "Mirror and Farmei" that hens eat eggs for want of fresh meat, and he advised'giving them a supply, or a 1 little'lard. . South Australia has, followed the example of Queensland in probibitirig the introduction of dogs from places beyond the Australian. colonies' and New Zearand, except under strict inspection and six month's quarantine. Spread the Manure.-Green's fruit t Grower:-" We see less piling of manure in heaps about fields, but it has taken farmers a long t:me to learn that the piling was a wasteful practice, the better parts of the manure leaching into the soil about the piles, making such spots too rich, and leaving the field at large impoverished." Professor T. J. Edwards, Randolph, New York, is well pleased with his ensilage experience-200 tons maize from 11 acres, and fed to cattle at the rate of 25 pounds twice a d...

LONDON TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 December 1883

LO.)DON TOWN TALK. -5 (From the " Argus" correspondent.) It is only a few years since all our Upper Ten Thousand, almost all p"ersons of culture" and a large proportion of our 'population, looked upon the failuie of the French arms against Germany with ill-disguisel regret. They had a notion -that the French were the leaders of civilienation and not only the nation with the best taste for nicknacks. Events have shown that the civilisation is but skin deep, and that the skin is anything but a thick one. In every restless efforc to prove that they are still a great nation they have done some thing to eflace themselves. In the eyes of all persons of common sense, they have become more and more contemptible. Since they dare not measure their strength against their conquerors, they have thought to recover their prestige" by attacking Arabs and Annamites. They are no longer tigers, but wild cats, and exhibit their old ferceity without their old strength. A few weeks ago the leading magazi...

RAILWAY ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 December 1883

RAILWAY AIR A NGEMENTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS Special arrangements are being made by the responsible oflicers of the Rail way' department for the purpose of providing for the forthlcoming Christ mas and New Tear holiday excursions. The utmost precaution is being taken at the outset to prevent the possibility of a block occurring on any of the lines, and ample provision is being made to meet any demand that may be made upon the department, more particularly' on the 91st, 22nd, 24th, O5th, G6th, 28th, 29th, and 31st inet., and the 1st prox., which, judging by the light of past experience, are the most crowded occasions during the holidays. From the 1Sth inst. to the 3rd prox. inclusive, passengers will be booked to and from all railway stations in the colony by all ordinary passenger trains (except those which are marked not to stop at certain stations) at holiday excursion fires, which are set out at. length in the official notifications of the depart ment. All excursion tickets will be av...

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