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

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-1050 drawn for, being a heavy supply ; prices falling about 15s to 20s. We sold woodside bullocks at £9 7s Gd, cows at £5 10s ; Mr James Buckley's at £8 7s 6d; 21 bullodks for Mr John Boland, to £8; Mr Fen ton, jua's, averaged £7 18s 6d; William's at £7 10s ; bullocks from Maffra at £7 2s Gd, and cows at £5 7s Gd ; Bodman's to £7 1s Gd ; 36 cows from Broadlands averaging £4 12s; Morgan's and O'Rourke's bullocks and cows at market rates. We also sold a truck of calves from £1 to £2 lls. Messrs. Richard Gibson and Co report:-Fat Cattle.-2000 head for ward, which number was rather in excess of requirements, and prices declined about 10s per head, Nearly the whole were from Upper Murray and Gippaland pastures. Quality not as, good as usnal. We quote best beef worth 21s to 22s per 1001br. We soid 300 head Victorian cattle for different owners. Fat Sheep.-16,000 yarded, chiefly second class and infer ior qualities. ...

THE HALF-HOLIDAY MOVEMENT. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

TIHE lHALF-IHOLTDAY MOVE MENT. --- To the Editor of theo "Traralgou Record." Sir,--Hearing a little talk, but no action as yet, with reference to the above movement, I feel called upon to say a few words, that is if your valuable space will allow of theirbeincgincluded in their present issue. This boon was enjoyed during a nortion of last foot ball season, but farmers and others not being aware, or having a bad memory. often called into the township on our holiday, and were loud in their complaints; so we lost this blessing. Thi can now in a great manner be obvintrd through the advertising columns of your journal, and, if neces sary, an attendant mig':t be at the Ist?er for say two hours--from 5 to 7 p.m.-to receive any orders that some thoughtless country people might require attending to, which would meet the case, I think, for all parties. The closing of business establishments say from n o'clock would not make the shlghtest difference, I feel assured, to the pro;rie'ors, and as ...

The Traralgon Record Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1884. RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF THE FRIENDLY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 188l4 BE-ESTABLISHMENT OP THE FRIENDLY SOCIETY. -0 4WHE!E, but recently, we suggested the formation of a Building Society, we proposed presently to revert to a kin dred Institution-a Friendly. Friendly '.ocieties have frequently been a puzzle. Their enemies say that they are at variance with sound principles of morality and prudence, that they belie the boasted honor and good sense of the Briton; and-most captivating of every other adverse argument-they prove him incapable of self-government. Yet there they are, and what is there instead ? Whether a s)stem be good or bad, men who are in the position hvbich salls upon them to have some sort of opinion on the matter ought not to be satisfied with a simply idle and good natured acquiescence. Even civilization and improvement have their ill effects; tsey press hard upon small people they extinguish small occupations, they render charitable institutions harsh, methodical, and degrading....

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

ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL Monday, January 21. Present:-The I resident (CrRos ) in the chair, Cra Slater, Moore, Hiam, Meldrum, Greenwell, Pederon, Ira io, and O'Meara. Correspond me. From Geo. C tin, Sheriffs officer, Sale, asking for a certified copy of the last rollas per section 15 of the Juries Statute.--Received. From James Campbell, C.E., Traral gon, enclosing account for fire guineas professional costs in connection with the case of Birmingham v. the Shire of Rosedale.-Received. From James Nixon, Latrobe, stating that it was mentioned at a public meet ing tlat the Government had promised £150 towards improving tile ap proaches to the Latrobe station, and at the same meeting it was resolved, on the motion of Mr Smith, seconded by Mr Hlower: Teat the Itosedale Shire Council be requested to supplement the above with a like amount, as it is urgently required osing to the bad state of the road.--Recelved. From G. Gales, Toongabbie, pro testing against the exchange of road leading to ...

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

NEWS AND NOTES. -o When we wrote the Leader we were not aware that there were other than the Oddfellows' Friendly Society in tows, but since then we have been made aware of the existence-if it may be called so, as one party says it would require something like dynamite to awaken them now-of a Rechabite lodge, we can hardly believe they can be in the dormant state represented. We hear that a petition is about to be sent round for signiture requesting the Minister of Railways to run a special train upon the Heyfield line every Monday, the Traralgon Cattle Market Day. This will be a great boon to the. whole of the districts thereby connected, as through the the present unsatisfactory arrange ments many of the residents of Hey field, Toongabbie, Latrobe, and other places find considerable difficulty in transacting business in Traralgon. We hope the Minister will 'have a goodly array of signatures to confront him, and may see the wisdom of granting their request. The following accounts a...

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

S THE 'dA:Z2TE'I. --a--o- The renewal (.f a garlen licen c to W. Fryer, 1 erC', at Traralgon, has been approved. At Traralgon, on Monday, ltt Feb, .t 11 a.mn., N. Wimble, E a,., end t o [ and Officer, will Ihear reasun agunint the i forfeiture of the following 1 ense-, whi. chi are deemed liable : John Gebbi , 320 acres, at Budlerie, and JIo. J. Bank s, SO acre, T'longabbie N. At Warr gal, on the 2nd February, J Bar?e' ., 3 We; \ uest, lithuoo, W1 Long, a CeJcitlL ThL e ft lowing nliica'tions f,1 OG d "li ing i eases are to, , ;gl?nLteLd o thO, 1Sth Feb.. , uLject tl t. I ifi ..' io : etc : Tim Gold Cap Ilydr .,:li,: ' !ninug Ca.., at Neerim ; Toob u G, 31. C,., No liability: New 'I omf, G. 0 M. Co Ic T L'gii; and the G at Nor hcan Extended G. 31. Co, ani the Shlt a rock G. 3[.C 0.. at tW-lhl.ia.

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

TRARALGON POLICE COURT. Before F. Hare Esq., P.M , and Dr Morrison, Messrs B. Young, J. Peter kin, W. Whittakers, and J. Sykes, Js'. P. J. Sykes v, James Dunbar : No ap pearance. Police v. Timothy Hogan: Charged with being found by night armed. During the hearing of this case Messrs J. Sykes and W. Whittakers took their seats on the bench. Constable Mackay, of Toongabbie, gave evidence as to the arrest of the prisoner on the 26th December, the particulars of which appeared in a pre- vious issue, being similar to the evi- dence then given. Hogan was found by two young men half-a-mile from Toongabbie and brought to the police station, he having used threatening words in various places, leading to the belief that he would take his wife's life. In answer to the Bench the witness stated that Hogan was armed with a loaded revolver and a plentiful supply of cartridges. He had frequently assaulted his wife bsfore and had been set at liberty either in June or July last from serving a sentenc...

MISCELLANEOUS. Rome, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. --c--o- Rome, January 17. The Propaganda, or Council of Car dinals, to-day selected the Right Reverend Patrick Francis Moran, D. D., Bishop of Ossory, to succeed the late Archbishop Vaughan, of Sydney. London, January 17. A rise of half per cent has taken place in Victorian stocks. The premises of Messrs. S. W. Silver and Co., colonial agents and outfitters, 67 Cornhill, have been completely destroyed by the fire that broke out there early this morning. Portions of the adjoining premises, occupied by Messrs. H. S. King and Co., East India and colonial agents, and by the Commercial Bank of Australia, were also destroyed. Twenty fire engines were employed in extinguishing the flames. The damage done to tile Commercial Bank turns out to have been very slight. The total amount of the damage caused by the fire is esti-' mated at £35,000, which was fully insured. London, January 20. One hundred and fifty thousand working men are out of employmentin Paris. Acts of violence a...

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

ROSEDALE POLICE COURT. On Monday, before Mr A. W. ?lowitt P. M., and Messrs Hoddinott and M'Quilken J's. P., two persona were fined small sums for 'the non a'tendance of their children at school the requisite number of days during the quarter ended 30th Sepiember 1883. G. P. Hurren sued Win. Rollings for £4 6s.,.balance of account for goods sold and delivered. The complainant deposed that the goods were ordered by Mr Walter Handley, but delivered at the defendant's house, and the . de fendant refused to pay, saying he would collect the money from Handley. Mr Handley testified that he was authlorised to order the goods by Mrs Rollings. The defendant deposed that he never ordered Handley to get the goods. They were delivered at his place, but Handley took some of them away with him, and the rest were con sumed at his place. Mrs Rollings gao e corroborate evidence, and denied having authorised Handley to procure the goods in question, and said she had told Mr Hurren several times that ...

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

HORRIBLE MURDERS. PRAHRAN MURDER. A horrible murder was committel on Saturday evening, at the rear of the town-hall, Prahran, by a tailor named Charles Rice, his victim being his wife Bridget Rice, aged 50 years. He has been addicted to drink for a number of years, and whilst under the influence of liquor frequently quarrelled with and ill-used his wife. For this he has on several occasions been bound over to keep the peace, and was only liberated from gaol on Wednesday last. On Saturday, after ill-treating his wife in such a way that she died yesterday afternoon, he severely assaulted hi daughter Lizzie, aged 21 years, and she now lies in a precarious condition An inquest was held on Tuesday, and the jury found that the deceased had been wil fully murdered by her husband, Charles Rice, who was com- mitted to take his trial at the Central Criminal Court

TELEGRAMS. London, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 25 January 1884

TELEGRAMS. London, January 18. Baker Pasha, who was recently or dered to relieve the garrison at Sinkat near Suakin, has been unable to reach the town on account of its being sur rounded by the forces of the Mahdi. The Egyptian garrisons in several of the other towns in the Soudan are also surrounded by the insurgents. The merchants in the Soudan are appealing to the French Government for assis tance. The civil portion of the foreign residents at Khartoum have left the town, and are retreating. The Mahdi has resumed active hos. tilities against the Egyptian troops still stationed in the Soudan. His forces have advanced, and cut off the retreat of the garrison at Sennaar, an important centre on the west bank of the Blue Nile, and have further blocked that river below the town of Duem, which place was used by Hicks Pasha as a depot previous to the des truction of his army. The new Lay torpedo which was tried some months ago near Constanti nople, was tried four weeks since in English w...

ATTEMPTED MURDER OF A CONSTABLE. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

ATTEMPTED MURDER OF A CONSTABLE. -a Sydney, Thursday. The fillowing are particulars in connexion with the attempted murder by Albert Deneen of Constable Hodg kinson: Constable Hodgkinson left Sydney on Tuesday, Jan. 22, by the 5"S p.m. train from Picton in a compartment in the brake van, occupied by himself and the prisoner, who had been arres ted for horse-stealing. When on the way the prisoner talked freely about his case, and, when half-way between Campbelltown and Menar gle, as the train was travelling fast to make up time, the constable was sitting against the window, when the prisoner said, " Isn't tiha a fire house ?' The con said, " Where?" to which the prisoner replied, "Up on that hill." The con stable looked in the direction through the window, and almost immediately felt a pain behind the left ear, as though something had pierced his head. He also heard the report of a pistol, and on locking rottd lie saw the pri soner otandi' g on a seat aiming a small pocket revolver a...

SOME NOTED PRECOCIOUS CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

SO LE NOTED PLECOCIOUS CHILDREN. --o- Bidllet mentions 18t children en daoed with extraordii...,ry talents, among whom few arrived at an ad vanced asg'. The two sons of Quin tiilirn, so vaunted by their ftuhe:, did not reach thtir ten:h year. Her ntsgenest, who, at the age of 15, taught rheto:ic to Marcus Aurelius, who trium-,hed over the most celebrated rhrtoricans of Greece, did not die, but at 2.1 lost all his faculies and forget all he had previouslv acquired. Pica di Miranduola died at 22; Jchanunes Secundas at 25, having at the age of 15 composed admirab;e Greek and Latin verses, and became profoundly versed in jurisprudence and letters, Parcel, wlhose genius developed itself at 10 ye ars old, did not attain the third of a century. In 1791, a child was born at Lubeck named Henri lieinekem, whose pre cocity was miraculous. Atten months of age he spoke distinctly ; at 12 he earlned the Pentateuch by rote, and at 14 nt onths was perfectly acquainted with the Old and New T'estamen...

Regularity in Milking. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

Regularity in Milking. According to the "Dairy," a journal published in the interests of dairy farm irg in the United Stat, s, regularity in milk'ng is very esscntial to the main tenance ot a constant y:eld of milk. This will be found very apparent when a daily weighing or estimate by measuring the milk is kept. During two years, in a dairy of 15 cows, a record kept of each milking shows a constant loss every Sunday when the morning milking was two hours later the evening sometimes later and are sometimes earlier. It is not difficult to understand the reason. A delay in milking not only disturbs the cows, but it has the effect of producing congestion of the milk glands, by crowding them and over stocking the fine ducts by which they are drained. Every excessive muscular or nervous action produces a corres ponding reaction and a weakening of the excited organs. Besides, when the glands and tine ducts are filled reabsorption takes place; and by deltaing the milking still longer, a cow...

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. -o The Farmer's Horse.-The ideal farmer's horse is a horse of geod consti tution and endurance, of good disposi tion, a fast walks r and a good roadster, and that is the all-purpose horse. Such a horse can be had. If a good driver, the animal will moat likely be be more serviceable in the work on the farm. A wretchedly poor roadster is generally poor everywhere. Ile is a mope at the best. But a horse that is active and strong on slhe road will be ai good horse, nccording to the present nstandard, on tihe farm, if he is of sutlicient size. In the matter of size opinions will differ, and it is not mate rial whether the animal is large or small -if not too smnl!--if it has the aggre gation of merits which we have briefly stated. As to endurance it is quality usually confined in its application to road or trotting lorses, but there is no place in this world which a horse is ever put to what he nerds more endur ance than he do s on the farm. It is true that if hit, l....

WATTLE CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

WTAT LE CULTIVATION. -0 Some time since (says the "Warragul Guardian") we endeavored to impress upon our local agriculturists the advisa bility of going in for wattle cultivation, but we do not know that our advice was followed. Wenowlearnfrom the "Dan denong Advertiser" that twelve months ago a farmer residing near Frankston put in two rows of wattle seed, and now they are over l4ft high, the very small est of them being 10ft. The only cu! tivation they received was to have the strip ploughed for them, and the seed either being boiled or roasted before being placed in the ground. Now that wattle bark is worth from £7 to £10 a ton, and easily snapped up at that, farmers and others might find it worth their while to plant out a few acres, and we think they would be rather surprised at the amounl of their profit. The wattle will grow on the poorest soil, and in land devoid of trees they soon afford a welcome shade for stock and as an ornament they are not to be surpassed by the import...

GOSSIPY PARAGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 1 February 1884

GOSSIPY PARAGRAPHS. Mr W. T. . Jones; e Ballarat share broker, has instituted proceedings against the "Age" fo5 libel. The "Daily Teleg ph" to-day says that H. H. Hayter'a I Victorian Year Book "is very complete." If it is simply "complete,"; what is the meaning of " very ?" .Last month Dr. Annie Clark, of Birmingham, was elected an acting physician of the Clhildren's Hospital there, in preference to eight of the most eminent physicians in the town. A Pennsylvania manufacturer has had to pay £2000 for his neglect to provide fire escapes for his factory. That sum has been awarded to a young woman, who, to escape burning, had tojump from a window, perma nantly crippling herself. The salary of the American Presi dent is £20,000 a year. Queen Victoria's income, including the returns from her property, amounts to £500,000,[while the Emperor of Ger many and King of Italy are each in receipt of a much larger sum. Chief-Engineer Melville, of the late Arctic exploring steamer Jeannette, has ...

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