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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

ClearinR S:ae. FRIDAY, Isr FEBIILU RY, 1884 TVMI. HIAMILTON and CO. have received instructions from trn Samuel White, of Narracan, to sell by public auction, on Fsi. day, the first of February,rv at one o'clock punctually without the li ih:cst reserve. The whole of his hr:-e, cattle, farming imhnplements and sundtriC. Consist ing of: 14 2 and 3 yr old hrifers and springers some fat for the btcher:r 15 3 and 4 yr old lb;:c:!ks half to three quarters fat a very supcrior lot o Cows 7 Yearlings 1 Draught filly 2 yrs old by Rantin Robin 1 Drought colt, 1 yr old by Rltatin Robin 1 B:ood filly very h:: as:ome 2 yrs old by Landsborough 1 Bay more by t hkltii?, very quiet and first rate hack 2 Upstanding 3vr cl. cec`5 by Brown Prince, good omeintl.u lrnse 1 Brown draughtra:n:., yr r old,thorough ly quiet and staunch't I ouperior 4 yr old .i: : g.t in sadile, iail harness 1 Sellar's plough, h:.rr.ows lxpress wrg gon, smith's tools. f.'in:, imnplements, u-..ae n'LrneSS, anllsttnanle?. .. The w...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

H. BREED, Famnily Butcher, aye Street Traralgon. lone Zde bces quanty of moat kept. sl Goods fresh every day. Charges moderate. C. E. W. Jones, Franklin Street, TRARALO N. I.ACTICAL WATC & CLOCK lMAKDE Silversmith and Jeweller, Optician and Sewing Machinist. ?o[?"ta:e C "e?, ?1ooo.C:-2i:T, ca Goo T'raIraon Bakery A. L. GALBRAITH, S, .,PASTIRhCOOK & COFTECIIO ER GroC0ries of the best quality on hand. Fruit in its' seaEon. H. E. Ilenden, Tobacconist, B O KSELLER, STATIONMER, and Fancy Goods Dealer. F-?NSKLIX ST., TRARALGON. d; : for tp e ad Leder aepeeapere. W. NORRIS, Boot & Shoe iIaker, KAYE ST., TRA ALGON. Fancy Slippers neartly made up. Murie & Co., CARtPENTERS & UNDERTAKERS, KrE ST., near the bridge, TRARALGON. Charles Ilaiz, SAIDDLER HARNESS MAKEB, ILOR WELL. 'l de-criptions of Saddles and Bar ness made and kept in stock. fepairs executed with neatness and despatch. [pholseery work done in fir.t-class style. ENGLISH'S Cheap Cash Stores MOI...

Traralgon Produce Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

Truralgon • 'roduce Thursday afternoon. J Peterkin & Co report-Whea, none offering ; barley, feeding, %s Gd to 2s d ; English, for bright plump samples, 3s 4d to 3s 6d ; oats, 2s Gd to 2s 10d; flour £10 10s to £11a ton; potatoes £3 Os; cheese 3d to 4d per Ib; butter 7d to 8d; eggs 10dperdoz; hams and bacon 7d to 10d, according to quality.

TRARALGON MARKETS Monday, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

TRARALGOON MARKETS. -a Monday, January 21. Messrs A. M'Lean & Co. regort: Our yards wero very fairly supplied with ftat and store cattle, the former selling fully up to vendors' reserves in most cases. Store bullocks in rather low condition £4 7s. Steers, 3 yrs to 31 yrs, £3 10s to £4. Tile latter in nice fresh condition, odd lots at full market rates. Sheep.-We offered a pea of stores, but as these were not advertised, there were no buyers forward for them. Land.-We have to report having sold Mr Wallas'e leasehold of 200 acres, at Morwell, privately during the week, at a satisfactory fieure to ven dor. Monday, January 21. Mackay, Wilkes, and Co report: Very few lots were yarded, no doubt owing to the very unsettled state of of the weather but those in brought satisfactory prices. We sold cows to £1 10e.

NEW SYSTEM FOR MAKING BUTTER AND CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

F'EW SYSTEM FR01 MAKING BUTTER AND CHEESE. ---o- We learn from an American con temporary that a new method of treating milk has been introduced in some of the Vermont dairies, which is attracting considerable attention. The milk is put into several horizontal cylinders of iron, around which steam is turned until the milk is raised to a temperature of 105 dogs. ' The steam is then turned off, and cold water is introduced, which brings the milk down to a temperature of 40 degs., which requires about four hours' time, at which point the milk will have de creased in volume 8S gallons to every thousand pounds of milk. At the same time the cooling process is begun, air pumps connected with the milk cylinders are set in motion, exhausting the air till the gauge shows a pressure of 13 pounds, when the operation ceases, and the milk rests in the vacuum the remaining part of the 24 hours. The benefit claimed to be de rived from the racuum is the freeing of the milk from offensive odours and d...

European News. AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN. Cairo, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

iuropean News. -o-- (From the "Argus.') AFFAIRS IN THE S)UDAN. Cairo, January 19. Major-General (Chinese) Gordon, who has returned to Egypt, started thence to-day for Khartoum, which is now threatened by the Mahdi. General Gordon has be.n despatched on a special mission by the British Go vernment, and it is understoood that he will only he answerable to them for such steps as he may take. The 'Iahdi continue to advance. Tel5r phic commun:cat'on has been entirely interrupted since yesterday, tie hlee to Khlaitoune having been cut by the ecamy. Cairo, January 21. Biker Pasha has been carrying on negotiations with a number of Arab sbeikhs who have shown themselves favorable to the pretensions of the s?ahdi. His off,rts have been so far success ful that several of them have given in their submission to Egyptian anthority. Cairo, January 21. Major-General Gordon, who left hera yesterday for the Smudan, proceeds via Suez, here he will embark on board II.t1.S. Carvlfort for Suakin, on the ...

NO RENT MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

50 RENT 3O1TE-MENT. But by all the English papers we are informed that these "best-paying tenants in London are talking among themselves, and it is expected that they will agree coon to pay no rent. The London " Daily Telegraph" of the 15th October tells us that the lodger of theEast End slums hasbeen trodden on until he has at length turned, and driven to desperation by years of persecution, and unable to see any other remedy, he is about to rise in rebellion. Not against the State, but against his landlord. It is rumored that on a certain Monday morning when the collector goes round he will find every room from kitchen to garret bairicaded against him, and the only reply to his demand for admittance is to be "No rent!" A "Daily Tele graph" reporter has interviewed the different people most concerned, and on calling on a old ragged cobbler, who eat at work in a front parlor not ten feet square, with broken walls and ceiling, and three old boots thrust through the window to answer t...

A PLUCKY ACTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

A PLUCKY ACTRESS. "MIdlle. badley, of the Theatre Francais,' says the "Pall Mall Ga zette" remarks, "must love her art considerably better than she loves her personal appearance; for, according to the Paris papers, she has had six of her front teeth extracted to enable her to command the lisp which is proper to her "role" in Albert Delpit's new play, 'Les Maucroix.' This heroic and painful sacrifice recalls a story which is told of Theophile Gautier. The author of "Mdlle. de Maupin,'i being troubled with a severe toothache; calld on a dentist and had the teeth which offended him removed. ':Now' he said, they will not plague me any more; and lest any others should ever woiTy me, I think that you had better take them out too. I have had enough toothache to last me for my lifetime, and I want rest.' And it is to be hoped that he had it, for he left the room without even a stump in his head."

PRACTICE WITH SCIENCE: REVELATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

PRACTICE WITH SCIENCE: REVELATIONS. It is always worth while to read, mark, learn, and Inwardly digest the reports of the Chemical Committee of the Royal Agricultural Society, as publis hed in thejournal. They constitute a sort of black list wherein is recorded the various means whereby unscupun lous traders endeavour to rob farmers in their necessary purchases of artificial fertilisers and feeding stuffs,, so that not only farmers, but fair-dealing traders themselves, must feel grateful that every now and again the tricks of the deceitful ones are brought to light. A manure was offered for sale as pure dissolved bones. On analyses it yielded no soluble phosphate of lime, and only 71 per cent. of insoluble phosphate, while it contained much carbonate of lime and common salt. It could not be properly called dis solved bones, and yet £6 15s per ton was the price asked. As a matter of fact it wag s?crcely worth £2 10s per ton, and the intending purchaser refrained from buying, In the c...

MORWELL. Thursday, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

IIO RWELL. -0 From our own correspondent. Thursday, January 21. Our railway works are not bein: carried on in as large a scale as seom of us hoped to see, it has takean th; manager a long time to complete Ipe liminary arrangements. Some sub; contracts have been let, but dari laborers have not yet been set to worki and many of the navvies have left th.i district, finding that they could bny. afford to remain idle, with hotel bil!tf every week to pay. The contractor', plant is arriving daily, by train, ?en all parties are looking forward with interest to the commencement shoc:rl of extensive operations. It appear that the piles for the bridge procur i by the original eontractor, Wr White have been condemned, and a snppy' of red gum and red box f ;.nt the Toe. gabble eistrict must be used; a e?e? pany has undertaken to supply .?t piles, in two month's time, deliver d at the MI rwell railway station, as.i Mir Firmin has entered into a contra; to transport them to the places aloe: the li...

Mirboo. Tuesday, January, 21. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

Mlirboo. -d--- From our own correspondent. Tuesday, January, 21. A concert wad held at the above a3 tioned township, on Monday, 13th January, iu aid of the English Church funds, which tu~enedout a great success, both financially and as a musical treat. The church benefitted to the extent of somewhere about £15 or £20; not bad for a place that was all scrub and jungle a few years ago. The perfor mance was held in the new Church of England, an addition to the township, which I must say.reflects great credit to the local residents, as well as their pastor. At an early hour the pleasure seekers came rolling in from Mardan and Wild Dog creek to the west; Darlimarla and Narrican to the north; South Mfirboo and Neerina to the south-In fact north, south, east, and west sent in their quota of happy and prosperous looking residents all bent on spending a pleassnt night, and con tributing their shillings to the finan cial success of the entertainment. Long before the concert started it was see...

Correspondence. DRAMATIC CLUB. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

Correspondence. --o DRAMATIC CLUB. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." Sir,-Seeing that our residents have been so very backward in suggest ng any social or musical societies, for the benefit of the township, I beg !cave to ask that you will allow me to suggest through the medium of your columns, the formation of a Dramatic Club. I believe'there are many residents who are capable of showing to advantago on the stage, and many more who only require a little tuition. The last con cert we had was sufficient proof that we have the material for a first-clams Amateur Dramatic Club, one that would be a credit to the district. I would suggest that a meeting be held at an early date, and then it would be seen what might be done in the matter. I would gladly take an active part therein, but age and un.suitability excludes me, so, hoping that the right men in the right place may step for ward, I aln etc., RESIDENT. Traralcgoo, 31-1-1884.

FLYNN'S CREEK. Monday, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

FLYNN'S CREEK, -o (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Monday, January 21. Harvest operations in this district are fast drawing to a close, three or four reaping machines having be~n busy for the past fortnightand have finished cutting. Moat of the crops have already been carted and some thressed Mr Roy, from Morwell has his machine and engine (I am informed) at present at Upper Flynn's Creek. and in my next I shall be able to give you an account of the yields-from at least some of the farmers-whil I have no doubt will be satisfactory in most cases. A fortnight's good wea ther now will see all the stuff in the stack, or otherwise secured; and as the price of feeding grains is hardening, the farmers should lose no time in taking advantage of the state of the market, as in most cases very little net profit results (in this district at any rate) by holding over for a short time, as few, if any, of our farmers have the convenience for properly storing grain ; hence great waste generally ensues...

TRARALGON SOUTH. Tuesday, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

TRARALGON SOUTH. h- From our own correspondent. Tuesday, January 22. The Annual Children's Picnic took place at our State school, on the 18th January, when a large gathering of parents and children put in an appear ance, bringing with them a plentiful ness of creature comforts, in the shape of cake, lollies, and fruit, while the weather proved all that could be desired for such an occasion. Messrs. Barton and Clark, members of the Board of Advice, also attended, and greatly assisted in arranging mat ters in connection with the foot-racing, cricketing, and other sports set apart for the amusement of the juvenile portion of our population. In conaec tion with the late picnic, too much praise cannot be bestowed on the head teacher, Miss E. fl. Leslie, for during the day this lady was unremitting in her endeavors to make things pleasant for the children under her care, and that she succeeded was plainly noticeable by the happy face of each of the children as they ran to and fro in the w...

MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

IIULTUM IN PARVO. --o- Mr Mackay's cattle sale at Morwell on Monday. A. Public Ball in the Traralgon Mechanic's to-night. Cattle sale at Toongabbie on Wed neshay next. W. Hamilton & Co. hold a sale of farming material, &c., at Narracan. See Advertisement. - The Railway station at Cowwar is to be supplied with necessary sheep and cattle yards. Tenders are called for the 31st. January. The Annual Swimming matches at Sale, are to be held on 12th. February. A memorial is being signed at Hey field, praying for the . establishment of a court of petty sessions at that place. The water in Traralgon Creak had risen two feet on Wednesday through late heavy rains. The Concert in *aid of the R.C. Church promises well, singers of note having consented to assist. Particulars in our next A correspondent in the "Times;" " Fair Play," considers it time the drawn match Maffre v. Traralgon was played over again. The Marquis of Normanby leaves Victoria about the middle of April. The hea...

AN ANTIDOTE FOR SNAKEBITE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

AN ANTIDOTE FOR SNAKE BITE. --a- A correspondent of the. "Dayles ford Advocate" was recently a spectator of a fight betwt a snake and an iguana, which terminated in the total annihilation of the former. It seems that at the commenceinent of the attack the iguana was bitten by the snake, whereupon the injured reptile ran as speedily as it could to a wattle-tree, ate some of the bark, and returned to to the onslaught. Thus reinvigorated, the iguana very speedily despatched his eemsy. This suggests •ths idea that it might be advisable for our medical men to test and make known the prop rties of wattle bark in order that we may know whether it is or not an antidote to snake-bite. A peasnrt, named Jmes Zygelof, has just died at Odessa, aged 117 years. His son is still alive at the age of 115. He has a grandson eighty-five, and [a greatgrandso a of forty years. The insults offered to King Alfonso in Paris have recalled the fact that whet Queen Victoria came to the throne, she was hissed a...

THE LONDON POOR. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

THE LONDON POOR. -o Tom Toichslone, jn the "Courier," gives the following items: Hear Sim's accountof one quarter where the poor live:-" We walk along a narrow dirty passage. . . And at the end we find ourselves in what we should call a backyard, but which in the language of the neighborhood is a square. The squoreis full of refuse, heaps of dust, and decaying vegetable matter lie about here and there under the windows and in front of the doors of the squalid tumble-down houses. The roofs of these two-storied, eligible residences look as if Lord Aleester had been having some preliminary practice with his guns here before he set sail for Alexandria. All these places are let out in single rooms at prices varying from 2s id to 4s per week." here is a sketch of one, and of the repairs, we saw the same day. Rent. 4ls per week; condition indee crihbable. But notice the repairs-a bit of box-lid nailed across a hole big enough for a man's head to go through a nail knocked into a window-fram...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

CPUILICU IdA t., vilth CIfrceshmtrts, will be held in the 311,ho: s' Instilute, TRARALGON, . .n Ft'ID.l Y, the 25thi t. ATdnlisioll, 3. C UC LIN C1AMP'BELL At ConaLcel 'M I Id a. :,IY il be hell in th -e PUBLIC HIALr , CALI.i13NFE, In aid of the B uilding Fnal, on FRIDAY, 1lth F iCBRi.UA1 Y, 1s51. --o The following ladies 1 4d gr ntlea n' hIe(. kinoly proi e i their as "tam _-'S 1. C. Jones, Mrs Jin. McLa I , 3tnrs Jatnas ;:o,, bell, Mrs II. Munro, Mr - I It t s 1 31 is. GilLh . Mlessrs llicl:o, ( . '. W .I on , Campbell, Wl:ace and Ft1 nny. Charges for admission tI Cm c.ir awl ltIl 2s ; ehilirn under t yr, price. lRelri s hln : ts s l r , L?'1. Concert to commence at 8 o'clock. SHIIE OF TIA I:AL?ON, OTIC.E is hereby given that in future the Ordinary Mleethig of the Shire Council will be held in tht Shire lall, Traralgon, at II a.m., on the second Wed nesday in each mon:h, instead o f on Monday, as formerly. JAMES CAMIPI IELL, Shire Secretary. Shire Hall, Traralgon, 17th January, 18...

MURDER NEAR GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

MURDER NEAR GEELONG. -o Early on Tuesday morning a resident of Pettavel, a township near Geelong, called on Mr Beach, a farmer, and being unable to obtain an answer to his repeated knocking, he went round to the back door. On entering the house he was struck with terror at finding the dead body of Mr Beach lying in one of the rooms. Mrs Beach, wife of the murdered man, states that she was awakened at about half-past 1 in the morning by hearing a noise near the dressing table close to the window; she roused her husband, and almost immediately the looking glass and other articles on the table came down with a crash. Her husband jumped out of bed, and Mrs Beach heard shots fired in rapid suc cession, one of which 'struck her on the left side. She heard men struggling, and screamed for assistance and ran into the parlor for a light. On re-en tering the bedroom she saw a man leaving by the window, but could get no glimpse of his face, she found her husband at the foot of the bed in a dyi...

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