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Ordinary Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884
1I te m nuteo of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence. Frn.m Narrocan Shire Council: Infominii of their acceptance of T. BIoreford's tender for clearing a boun dary r ad between the shires, from the F.WV. corner of allottmni 31, parish of ilirboo, to the Tarwin River, for £105, and a-king the Tra algon Shire's approval and sanctior.-Cr Breed mid., and Cr. Bodycomb seconded : that tihe president and secretary visit the XN.,rcan "hire Council, and explain matters. so joint works to be entered into in the meantime. Carrie.l From same: Enclosing cheque for £42 Gs S1I, due to Iraralg,on Shire, stating that they do not consider them selves liable for the half cost of bridge at 'emalunas, and th::t a mistake was made in computing cost of clearing road son:h of Morwell River. From Society of Protection of Animals : Asking for a donation, and forwarding annual report.-No action taken. Fromt Gippsland Hospital, Acknow ledgingreceilpt of donation.-Received. IFront John ...
TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, January 16, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884
TURARALGOIIT SHIRE COUNCIL. --o- Wednesday, January 16, 1884. --0--o- Presenta-Crs. Kelleber (President), Peterkin, Firmin, Breed, and Body comb. The annual statement and balance sheet were submitted and read. The auditors' report was then read. AUDITron's REPORT. To Preside.st, etc., Gentlemen-We the undersigned appointed to auditthe Traralgon Shire accounts for the financial year ended 30th September last, have the honor to report-That we hare compared the Collectos's receipt booksand the vouchers, with the tIate-book, Cash book, and other beoks of accounts; that we find the entries therein all corrrc; the various items of expenditure have been duly sanctioned hy the oeuned; the amounts correspond with the Balance sheet and other statement of anctouets placed before us by your secretary, and oth amounts received duly accountedfor. We find the ~un of £48 13s appears to have been paid during the current municipa' year on accourt of rates to your late secre tary; of this sum £25 19s ...
NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884
NEWS AND NOTES. -o Aun accident happened on Wednes day to a child, the son of a man named David Fisk, residingat Eaglehawk, Irom what we can learn Fisk was playing with the child, and was in the act of placing it upon his back when he fell, the childin the fall receiving a frac tured thigh. It was brought into Traralgon immediately after, and then takea to ' he Sale Hospital. On Saturday afternoon, the engine drawing the Heyfield train on its way to Traralgon worked very unsatisfac torily, owing to some slight breakage, and it was with considerable difficulty that the carriages were brought on to Traralgon in time for the down mail train, Mr. Tindall, the engine-fitter, at Sale, together with his assistants were however at work on Saturday evening and during Sunday, at the Traralgon Railway Station, setting the crippled locomotive to rights, it being ready for work again on Monday morning. This is a striking example of the inconvenience that would be causiil by erecting the Governme...
FRUIT GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884
FRUIT GROWING. &nbsp; The " Daily Telegaph", in an ar- ticle on the fruit trade of Melbourne has the following :—No fruit-growers, however, have benefitted more from railway communication than those in Gippsland. There fruit trees grow wonderfully in virgin soil, make greater progress in one year than they do in the neighborhood of Melbourne in &nbsp; two years; are free from the grub, which is very destructive in some other &nbsp; localities, and the fruit is clear and mellow. In Doncaster, there are or- chards thirty or forty acres in extent ; but so satisfactory has fruit-growing &nbsp; proved in Gippsland, that it will not &nbsp; be surprising to find orchards double that size there in a few years to come Some of the "slipstone" peaches to be &nbsp; seen in that locality now are compar- able with the best that come here; the trees are free from blight, and give promise of bearing well for many years. This variety is considered the ...
PORT ALBERT [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884
PORT ALBERT. -0o The most disastrous fire that has ever occurred in this part of South Gippsland raged from 10 o,clock until 2 o'clock on Monday, and although the English church, a wooden structure, was the only building destroyed, the escape of the township itself, and several tenements in the suburban town of Palmerston, was simply mira- culous. At daybreak a fierce north wind was blowing, and a fire that had been lighted on the previous day in the vicinity of the old Port, came rashing towards Port Albert with terrific fury. The houses around, occupied by Mr. George Hastings and Mr. John Rossi- ter respectively, situated over 100 yards apart, on the road to Alberton, were several times threatened with instant demolition on account of the wind chopping about at intervals from north to west and to the south, but a number of residents turned out, and the only loss that occurred was to a fence that enclosed a cleared paddock of Mr. Rossiter, where the grass was rich. This prevented t...
A TRAIN STOPPED BY GRASSHOPPERS [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884
A TRAIN STOPPED BY &nbsp; GRASSHOPPERS. --o Locusts are reported as having visited the Colac district in large num- bers. They are travelling to the south-west doing great damage to the crops in their course. The passengers by the last train to Colac last Saturday night were greatly startled by the engine coming to a full stop. On the driver getting down to examine the cause he found a cloud of grasshoppers had settled on the permanent way, and that the train passing over and crushing them to death had made the rails so slippery that the wheels would not grip. The train had to be divided, and by the free use of sand a passage was forced, Colac being reached two hours behind time:-" Argus."
WESTERN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884
WESTERN PORT. &nbsp; -o A new jetty at Corinella, Western &nbsp; Port, erected at a cost of £500 was opened on Wednesday. Mr. Janmes Gibb, M.L.A., was to have been pre sent, but sent an apology at the last moment. About 4100 people sat down to dinner, a number being from Melbourne and Dandenong. The &nbsp; Eclipse took passengers from Hastings to Corinella and back at excursion fares. Corinella was originally known &nbsp; as Settlement Point, where the first settlement took place in this colony. The earthwork of the gun batteries, the remains of brick habitions, and &nbsp; the preparations made for a botanical garden are visible. The locality is &nbsp; suitable for the reception of cargo, there being 14 fathoms in most of the water; and the land is good, with a pleasant prospect.-'Argus."
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 18 January 1884
THE GAZETTE. --0 A pplications from Mechanics' Insti tutes or Free.Libraries to participate in the.grant of £3,000 for purchase of books, are to be sent to the Chief Sec retary's Officeeonor before the 31st instant. James H. McAlpine has been ap- pointed summoning officer under the Education Act for the Shires of Traral- gon, Narrrecan, and Alberton, and for Warragul, Drouin and Bass River in lieu of the several resident constables of police. The following Gold Mining leases have been declared v, id-The Happy Go Luchy Prospectore' Quartz Mining Claim, Riegistered, 4a 3r 14p; J. Brache and another, Gsn 31 28p; and Tihe New Happv Go Lucky Gold Mining Company, Limited, in the Stringer'r Creek Division. A Local Lsnd Board will be held at Tmratgon on the 4th Feb., a,:d at Sale on the 5th ditto. Henry G. Slater, 20a, and John Waite, 14a, at Witlung, Roodnle, have had their npplications for licensee ap proved. Tran fern reeistere-l--James Poeock, to Walter Ilndlth, Fiyvn's Creek, 21a Sr 20...
TOONGABBIE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884
TOONGABBIE POLIOE COURT. --0- At Toongabbie Police Court on Tuesday, before a benchof magistrates, Joseph Garrett was fined 10s for in sulting behaviour at Cower on last Christmas Day. Thomas v. Parry, £12 5s 4d, work and labor done. Plaintiff had, since the issue of the summons, received £2, order for £10 5s 4d, and costs of the day. H. W. Smiih applied for apublican's license for a house at Latrobe, Mr Wise for applicant. MIr Patten opposed for George Hower, a publican at the same place. After a lot of legal .skirmishing-the application was with drawn on the understanding that ap plicant paid the costs. A transfer of the. licence of .the Cowwar -- hotel- was -granted .from Daniel Gleeson to William Thompson. SMessra J. Buntine JP., and R. .Mackay, J.P., were re-elected licensing magistrates for 1884, in the Toongab biedistrict . I -
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884
_MISCELLANEOUS. S- -- The journeymen tailors in New York complain that they have to work sixteen hours a day to earn £2 8s a week. It is rumored that the Emperor of Germany has symptoms of appoplexy, and in consequence of. his advanced age, much anxiety exists to know the truth. No less than 1400 telegraph and telephone wires, it is said, stretch across Leadenhall Street, London. Over Queen Victoria street they inter sect each other at almost every foot. Already nervous persons avoid riding outside omnibuses. Of Brazil's 1,514,648 slaves, 878,000 are the descendants of free native Indians. The Tarlagoch lead mine, in South Wales, lately sold, is believed to be the oldest in England. It was, accor ding to tradition, opened by the Romans, and has been worked more or less ever since. A new complaint in England is "the lawn-tennis elbow," which is wrenched and distorted by over-playing of the game. The custom of ladies travelling without male escort in Europe explains a novel institutio...
LIST OF COURTS. POLICE COURTS— FEBRUARY, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884
LIST OF COURTS. PouICE COURTS FEBRUARYT, 1884. Rosedale, on 18th; summonses issued every Monday Toongabbie, on 19th; summonses issued on 12th Traralgon, on 7th and 21st; summonses ISSued ccqr Thureday Moe, on 23rd; summonses issued on 16th Morwell, on Tuesday 5th, at 11 a.m.; summonses issued Tuesday, 29th -0 WARDEN'S COURT Moe, on 23rd, Saturday
European News. San Francisco, December 23. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884
European NewS. ---- (nB THE eAN FRANCISCO MAIL.) (From the "Argus.') San Francisco, December 23.. A movement against secret societies has been commenced by the Christian League, embracing leading divines of the United States. A convention met at Philadelphia on December 19, when resolutions were adopted denouncing all secret societies as subversive both of Christian religion and of free government. Thomas Brennan, one of the hono rary secretaries of the Irish National League and delegate to the Philadel phia Convention, arrived at San Francisco on December 20. The object of his tour is to raise money for the Irish League. A delegation of alleged French working men has recently been on a visit to the United States, to extend the cause of Internationalism. The New York "Times," "Herald," and "World" denounce them as incen daries and imposters. A meeting of sympathisers with the movement was held in New York on the 17th Decem ber, when the orator of the evening was Herr Most, who said,...
DYNAMITE OUTRAGE. London, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884
DYNAMITE OUTRAGE. London, January 23. Five packages containing dynamite were found last night in a tunnel on a line in the vicinity of Euston-square station, the terminus of the London and North-Western railway. There appears little doubt that an attempt on the life of the Prince of Wales was intended, as the discovery was made shortly before the departure of His Royal Highness by the express train for t! e North f England. FLOATING OF T iE VI.TORIAN LOAN. -o- Iondon, January 22. The tenders for the Vietorian 4 per cent. lear of £4,000,000 were opened this afternoon. The minimum price was fixed at par. 'Ihe total amount snbscribed was £5,54S,000, the num ber of tenders being 520. Tenders at £100 1s Gd will receive 90 per cent., those above that amomnt in full. Four tenders were received, amounting altogether to £1,750,000, at between par and £100 2a Gd. It is believed that the recent shipment of gold coin to Australia reduced the price of the loan fully 5s. The average price obh. ta...
THE SHIPMENT OF GOLD TO AUSTRALIA. London, January, 18. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884
THE SHIPMENT OF GOLD TO AUSTRALIA. Londoer, January, 18. The Orient Steam Navigation Com pany's s.s. John Elder, which left Plymouth on the 11th inst., took 100,000 sovereigns, and the P. and 0. Co.'s R.M.S. Mirzepore, which left London on the 17th inst., took 300,000 sovereigns, for the Autralian banks. London, January 19. The recent export of gold coin to Australia has had the effect of stiffening the money morset. The secrecy with which the gold has been shipped his provoked unfavorable comments in the press. It is inferred that the Australian banks are short of gold, in consequence of the operations caused by the announcement of the Victorian four million loan. The London agencies of the Union Bank of Australia and the Australian Mortgage, Land,andFinance Company have each lhipped 200,000 sovereigrs. The total amount of the withdrawals from the Bank ofEngland for Australia is not expected to reach the sum of £1,000,000.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884
W. T. BETTESON, KAYE STREET, SWXR ABAEM.d,01NT AsKs for a .continuation of the favors which he has received in the past from the inhabitants of Traralgon and surrounding districts. A Large Stock of DBAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, & CROCERYWARE To choose from. Comparison of Quality and Prices invited. 5 per cent. Discount for Cash on all Drapery parcels exceeding 1i. TRARALGON POSTAL AIRRANGEILENTS, MAILS CLOSE FOR Melbourne Warragul Daily at 7140 a.m. and Drouin Moe 520 p.m. Mlorwell Waterloo Daily, Trafalgar 740 a.m. Rosedale and Daily, Sale 11.15 a.m. & 7*50p.m Glenmaggie Beaton Heyfield Daily, Cowwar . 11"15 a.m. Toongabbie Latroboe Walhalla 'Mon., Wed., Fri., 11"15 Happy Go a.m. Tues. Thurs. Lucky J at,, 7'40 a.m. Tyers ... Tues. & Fri. 12'15 p.m. Callignee t Thursday, Yarram Yarram) 10 p.m. Correspondence for Mirboo must go by 5"20 p.m. mail to Morwell, Mon,, Wed; & Fridays.] MAILS ARRIVE FROM Melbourne Warragul Daily, 1143 a.m....