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MORWELL. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

IORIWELL. o From our own correspondent. Wedn sday evening. The folly of leaving horses attached to vehicles in the public 'street withut some person having control over them, was it ustrated lie e a few days ago. IMr Knight left his animal, with conveyance attached, while he went into a store, a ttamn passing, with the usual snorting, frightened t oe quadru ped, who made off over fallen trees, &c, Mr Knight's son followed annt grappled the reins, but was knotcked down, the cart passing over him, without, however, doing him any injury beyond stiffness in his back and limbs for a few days, of which he has now quite recovered. The horse cen. tinned at a headlotng pace, until finally the dray became entang ed in a thicket of fallen tret s, breaking the shatts, and the horse having freed himself from the vehicle made frantic kicks and bucked until he had ridden himself clear of all the harness. The following morning it bolted again, with a cart load of general stores, the vehi.le...

The Traralgon Record Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1884. MORALITY BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

Published every Fii v morning. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1884 MORALITY BY ACT OF PAR LIAMENT. An attempt, it seems, is to be made to move the Legislature for an Anti. Seduction Bill. The question might arise whether work of the kind had not better be left alone.: -The - leisure of the Legislature, if employed in this direction, may illustrate,perhaps, these ways of the wicked, whoeo ponishlamnt isb ntemphted ; of turning to! the mischief which we,are assured, is: left for,":idle hands tou do." A' remedy cannot always be found even f ors'o torious evil, and in this matter Parlia ment assuredly will not flnd it easy. Immorality can never, be wholly pre vented, neither can its natural consc quences. There is one-sided seduction and theore is also voluntary, consen tient unchastity. We need not be at the trouble of asserting 'which is the mdre freq eat of the two. The con sideration of this subject, co-relative consideration must be regarded. It may be within the bounds ofhospitality to give...

FIELD AND GARDEN. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

FIELD AND GARDEN. FEBRUATRY. KITrCEN GARDES.-Cabbage, cauli flower, lettuce, spinach, and turnips should besown. Elrly potatoes may be plantes largely. Celery and leeks to be transplanted into trenches. Die up any vacant ground in readiness for autumn cropping: the soil is pulverized and sweetened by exposure to the at mosphere. Cabbage and cauliflower plants should be planted largely. If dry, water as last month. FLOWEB GauRDE.-Proceed with the propagation of favorite plants by layering, cuttings, or otherwise. Plaut at the nd of ethis month a few hyacinths, tulips, anemones, rananeuli, and narcissi for early blooming. Sow stocks, larkspurs, migronette, &c. lake care that cammelias, azaleas, rho dodendions, and the lihke plants, do not suffer from want of water. Climbers must be regulated, the stronger growing kinds cut back. and others neatly tied up. All decayed flower stems or leaves to be removed; walks to be kept neat and orderly. Faa,--Tho plough will be in active use...

MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

MULTUM IN PARVO. --- Readers will remember the Callignee Co cert and Ball to.night. Victorian Wines have taken a high place at the Calcutta Exhibtion and large orders are already to hand for said product. The inconvenient name of the borough of Sale is still causing discus sion. also the desirability of running the Heyfield train to allow of business to be done at ale without occupying more than a sing'e day. Tenders for buildings at Warragul and Darnum are called for 21st inst. Particulars at Warragul State School. Also same at Alberton West. Par ticulars at Albertoun and Tarraville State Schools. A M'Lean & Co hold an Auction Sale of Cattle as usual on Monday. Also 7essrs English, Little, & Co on the same date. The Rosedale juniors play the .2nd. eleven of Sale on Saturday, t'Rbse dale, The Cricket match between Darnum and Warragul, ended in a win for the fo mer by one insinog and 34 runs. 'In Saturday, Buln Buln were de feated, on their own gr ,nnd, by Drouin cric...

STRAWBERRIES AS HEALTH FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

STRAWBERRIES AS HEALTH FOOD. There are so many eicellent things which cannot be enjoyed with injurious after effects, that one is glad to hear on good authority that strawberries in moderate quantities are good for the. health. Fontenelle, who lived so long that, according to'his grim joke, the powers above seemed tohave forgotten him, attributed his longevity, in some measure at least, to the effect of straw beiries on his digestion. When he was dying, his friend, Count de la Place, called to see how he was going on. " Not going on at all," said Fon tenelle, "going off." He added, how ever,. that "if hecould catch the strawberries, he believed he should live another year." Before the straw berries came in, however, he was dead. -" St James' Budget,"

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

W. T. BETTESON, KAYE STREET, "E."BARAE.GQrORT, AsKs for a continuation of the favors which he has received in the past from the inhabitants of Traralgon and surrounding districts. RA Large Stock of DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, & CROCKERYWARE To choose from. Comparison of Quality and Prices invited. 5 per cent. Discount for Cash on all Drapery parcels exceeding £1. TRARALGON - POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. MAILS CLOSE FOR Melbourne Warragul Daily at 140 n.m. and Drouia Mooe 520 p.m. Morwell Waterloo Daily, Trafalgar 7'40 a.m. Rosedale and Daily, Sale 1115 a.m. & 7'50p.m Glenmaggie Seaton Heylield Daily, Cowwar 11'15 a.m. Toongabbie Latrobe Walhalla ' Mon., Wed., Fri., 11"15 Happy Go a.m. Tues. Thurs. Lucky 3 Sat., 1740 a.m. Tyers ... Tues. & Fri. 12"15 p.m. Callignee Thursday, Yarram Yarram J 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, 11.43 ;a.m. ...

AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN. THE DISASTER. London, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN. THE DISASTER. (From the "Argus.") London, February 0. Major-General Gordon, the newly-ap pointed Governor of the Soudan, who recently arrived at Korosko on the Nile, and left there by the desert route for Abu--Hamed, higher up the river, should by this time have reached the latter place, but no inteligence'bas yet been received of his arrival there, and fears are entertained for his safety. The surviving portion of the Egyptian force that escaped with Baker Pasha after the recent engagement with the Arabs near Tr'nkitat will i robably be recalled from Suakin and disbanded. The leading liberal provincial papers condemn the irresolute policy of the Ministry with regard to Egypt. 'The "United Ireland," the organ of the Irish National League, is jubiliant over tle successes of the MIahdi in the Soudan. London, February 7. In consequence of the critical state of affairs in the Soudan, and the pos.i bility of an attack on Suakin, 1200 marines from the Mediterranean ...

Cricket Banks, &c v. Traralgon C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

Cricket Banks, &c v. Traralgon C.C. The first of what is intended to be a series of local matches was played on the usual meeting gound on Saturday. This series is to consist of married v. single; the Cricket Club 1st eleven v, twenty-two, consisting of the Shire Couscillors and gentlemen of a mature age; and any other that can be arranged. The Club's captain, Mr M'lean, having won the toss, elected to bccupy the wvickets first, and J. Curran and Mr Moubray were first to face the bowler, Messrs Wilson and B]hlrthe former bowling a maiden, and the latter taking Moubray's wicket with his third ball. After this A. Baker made matters livel- and 18 rune were obtained before Mr'Bell reached J. Curran's "timber yard," he having kept his wicket up well. When three more runs were added, both Williams and Baker were run out within a short time of eachother, but runs came fast and furious f;r some time after this I'Lean making 7, Kenyon 15, and C. Campbell 16 not out in a short time. T...

Latest Intelligence Melbourne, Thursday evening [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

latest Intelligence (From our own correspondent.) -a Melbourne, Thursday evening By cable, Renter's telegrams--Lon don, February 13. In accordance with the acnouncement made by Mr Glad stone in the House of Commons on Tuesday, the following regiments have received orders from Cairo to proceed to Suakim without delay. 1st battalion Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), 3rd Battalion Kings and Royal Rifle Corps, 1st Battalion Gordon Highlan ders, and the 19th Hussars. The British garrison at Alexandria will proceed to Cairo and will be replaced by sailors drafted from the Mediter ranean squadron. In the report of Earl Granville's speech telegraphed yesterday, he was made to say that it was intended to appoiet a first rate man to represent England at Cairo. This should read a first rate man meaning that Sir Evelyn Baring had been appointed to represent England a~t .air - The cargo of frozen mutton ex New Zealand Shipping Company, s.s. Tan gariro, has seen removed and found to be in excellen...

EXPLORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

EXPLOLRATION. -o The South Australian Minister of Education laid on the table of the Assembly to-day a voluminous report by Mr David Lindsay, the explorer, upon Arnherim Land, in the Northern Territory, which has been recently visited by him. Therelport is on the whole favorable, some of the country being described as excellent. The fierceness of the natives on the Roper Rliver is spoken of in emphatic terms, Mr Lindsay going so far as to say that if lihe goes there again he will shoot the first black lie meets As it was, he had to lire upon them, using great precau lions to escape being speared. "Argus." Mr James Rintoul's bullocks from Rosedale brought an average o, £11 7s Sd in the Melbourne market on "Wednesday.

THE CALCUTTA EXHIBITION. Calcutta, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

THE CALCUTTA EXHIBITION. Calcuta, February 12. The following additional awards have been made in connection with the Inter national Exhbibition: VICTOnria. Gold Medals. Alcock and Co., 132 Rnssel-street Melbourne-Bi liard-table and appli ances. Department of Education-Special collection of educational appliances. Miss Annie Smith, School of Ar Needlework, 9 Flinde's-Street east. Melbourne-Needlework. Silver Medals. Melbourne Milk Supply Co. Limited 70 Qneen-street-Cheese, prepared for the Indian market (also brooze medal). Wood and Co., 9 Market-street, Melbourne,-Butter, in 1lb tins, for export. National Museum of Victoria-Col lections of natural history. John Currie, 5 Little Collins-street west, Melbourne-Cheese, specially manufactured and packed for the Indian market. W. C. Pearce and Son, M'Ivor-road, Sandhurst--Pickles, sauces, &e. Red Cross Preserving Company Linmited, Chapel-street, South Yarra Pickles from .Victorian-grown.- egie tables. John Curtain, Australian Cog...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

For January 1400 passengers were booked at the local station, and the Heyfield line booked 500 Races are to be held at Heyfield on St Patrick's Day, 17th March. Raphael and Schultz's variety troupe gave a performance last evening to a rather poor house at Traralgon. The mail bag from Morwell for Sale was brought on to Traralgon last night and Morwell toA Traralgon taken to Sale The Second Anniversary OF 'lHE NEW PROVINCE LODGE, a1.U.O 0 F., Will be celebrated by a PUBLIC BALL To be held in the MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, TRARALGON, On the evening of Friday, 22nd February, 1884, -o- Tickets, 5s each. Refreshment, provided. Dancing to commence at 8 o'clock. ALLAN WALKER, N. G. A Concert and Bali ( Will be held in the PUBLIC HALL, CALLIGNEE, In aid of the Building Fund, on FRIDAY, 15th FEBRUARY, 1884. -o The following ladies and gentlemen have kinaly promised their assistance-M-rs H. C. Jones, Mrs Jno. McLean, Mrs James tamp bell, Mrs H. Munro, Mrs Betteson and Miss GiUln. aMessrs Hickox, C....

TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, February 13, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

RT.IARALGOU SHIRE COUNCIL. -0- Wednesday, February 13, ISS4. Present-Crs. Kelleber (President), iclrkin, Firmin, Breed, Bodycomb, id ). Campbell. Minutes. The ,snoates of the previous meet ng were read and co.firmed. Correspondence. From W. Wellwood, asking that the bstruction fence on road between 1t .n and Templeton's lond, south of +e railway station be removed. The ag?ineer was instructed to take steps c .use the opening of the road com laiesd of. F rom John Barton, valuer, making claration. 4 From Railway Department, stating at the reprerentations of the Shire garding crossings on the Mo.rsell sid 3irboo line will so att.nded to. From F. C.. Mason, E?q. M.P., -oin' that the matter of Mason's -ad will receive his attention worn in From D. J. Webster president of a Shire Couneil asking for co-opera an of Shire Council obtaining lcss-ion of Railway Fares as grunted SSuo,urban lint s. The Council oeed to assist in anitatin,. ?trom Inspector of excise, asking fr lurn of licences iss...

NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

NEWS AND NOTES. -0 Tenders have been called by-the Governimient for additions in wood to the State' School, No. 1235 at Latrobe, and will be received until the 21st inst. Full particulars to be be obtained at Toongabbie and Sale State Schools. ".A youth -named Charles .Maykin, was committed for trial at the Sale Assizes, from the Maffra Police Court, for assaulting a girl 9 years of age, named Johanna Hammond, living at Seaton. We hear that a number of persons atter ded at Traralgon, on Monday, for the purpose of complying with the law relating to the vaccinationofchildren, but the public vaccinator not being in town, as they expected, they had to return disapppointed, many of them having journeyed long distances, and been put so conederable trouble and expense. Now that we havearesident physician, it would be far more con venient to the whole surrounding district to have the office of public vaccinator transferred to that gentle man, and not at present dependant upon the occasional...

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

AGRICUULTURAL NOTES. { -0 lion. George G. Lord, of Elgin, Ill., keeps 100 tows on 300 acres of lant, and has not raised a pound of hay for years. The corn is sown in drills three and a half feet apart, and about the time it blossoms it is cut with a self-raking reaper, cutting one rot at a time, the machine throwing it off in the ganel. Wihen sufficiently wilted, it is bund and set in large stacks, and allowed to cure standing on the ground until winter sets in, when it is hauled to the barn. He secures a yield of about seven tons of cured fidder to the acre, worth as much as the best hay. He is one of the most successful dairymen in the State.-" Chicago Journal." Animals need good water as well as men do We all know more or less about the effects of filthy water on the human system Many and dangerous diseases have come fromn its use, per haps more than from any other cause. It is precisels the same with animals. We believe, says the':Kanusas Farmer," and our belief is founded on ma...

THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

THE GAZETTE. -o Tenders for supplf of Forage accep ted-Cowwar, oats and straw, Stephen Hambrok: bran and chaff, Bugh Harkin. Drouin, Geo. Grant. Bey field, Alex. Morrison. loaffra, oats and bran, Alex. Morrison: hay and straw, J. M. Clarke. MIirboo, Mathew Rout. M3oe, J. B. Buckly. Morwell, oats, J,.hn Bermingham: bran, bay and straw, J. H. Buckley. Rosedale, oats and bran,John Bermingh'im. Toon gabbie and Traralgon, Stephen Ham brook. Yarragon. J. H. Buckley. Yarram Yarram, Geo. Morgan. A sale of crown lands in fee simple will be heldadt Sale, on 4th March. . Allotment'5, section)1, `a 3r 271, ad: joining the township of Tarragon, will be sold at Melbourne on.Tuesday, 11th March. Joseph Winter's forfeited holding of 99 acres in the parish of Drouin West, has been withdrawn from selection. A local land board will be held at Drouin on Thursday, 20th March, at 11 a.m. The following applidations for licen ses have been approved:--Hugh A. Fieher, 9a, Loy Yang; Thomas Jones, 140a, Boola ...

EXCERPTS FROM THE AMERICAN PAPEBS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 15 February 1884

EXCERPTS FROM THE AMERI ;CAN PAPEBS. " -0 Pay your taxes or get into the army is the law in Madagascar. An enterprising Englishman is en deavoring to make illuminating gas from sawdust. Eighty thousand children in the north of England form the "Dickey Bird Society." Th. yare pledged to pro:ect birds and to feed them in win ter. German military authorities have de cided to at once increase the artillery from its present force of 340 batteries to 680. The new move is probably due to, the discovery that France has more available field batteries than she has, and the German war budget is still capable, apparently, of expansion The Pope, it is reported is now en gagedin revirwing voluminous notes on a forthcoming circular to the faith ful touching the subject of philosophy. Antoine, a deputy from Alsace Lorraine in the German Parliament, who was recently arrested for high treason, has been discharged for lack of test mony to convict him. In Poris a light cane is considered as an indispen...

ATTEMPT TO ENTRAP YOUNG FEMALES TO NOUMEA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

ATIEMPT TO ENTRAP YOUNG FEMALES TO NOUMEA. -c- , A few weeks ago at Sydney, an ad vertisement emanating from a female named Louise Murdoch, soliciting applications from young women to proceed to Noumea, appeared in several newspapers. The police made inquiries with the result that there no longer exists any doubt but that these young women are designed for the vilest pur poses, and that the plea of engaging the girls is a mere clooak, The in.nme. Stor-general of ,i?e has exercised Scommendabie diligence in the matter, and is now in communication with the French Consul and Colonial Secretary with a view to stopping this most dis gusting trafic.-" Age."

FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

FR IT. ' ho " Gippslrnd Times ' says Icrwi! fruit gnowere are complaining that fie fruit yield this year is un usually abuneanct and good but not profitable, because the railway freight to Melbourne is too costly. Why not send a few score of cares to Sale? In this towr, surrounded as it is by orcl'ards, eating apples of only fair quali'i an:d of no size ale a penny each, pears the same ; penches, Sd and 9d na ound; greencages and plums 4d. A truit r.ad" veget::ble r:ukeit. is a sad want here, for in proportion as these indispensable articles of food are plen tiful and cheap, especially in summer when an over-liberal allowance of animal fond is injurious, in like pro portion is the hea:th and comfort of householdor promoted. If we had a produce market here the evil of whole some and nutritious food being allowed io rot in shop windows, rather than reach consumers at a reasonable price, wonld soon cure itself. .pples and pears lusciouuaj uicy, and sound, can be had in Collins-street f...

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 22 February 1884

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. -0- How topluck poultry.-I have known persons on market day to go out and kill twelve or fifteen fowls, and to bring them into a room, where there would be half a dozen women and boys pulling a few feathers at a time, between the thumb and forefinger, to prevent tearing them. Now for the benefit of such I will give our plan. Hang the fowl by the feet by a small cord; then, with a small knife, give one cut across the upper jaw, opposite the corners of the mouth ; after the blood has stopped running a stream, place the point of the knife in the groove in the upperpart of the mouth, run the blade up into the back part of the head, which will cause a twitching of the muscles. Now is your time, for every feather yields as tender as if by magic, and there is no dang r of tearing the most tender chick. Before hle att-er ÷,, no-t. vt-- uu lhave him as bare as the day ha came out of {'? egg.-" Corr. Journal of Horticulture." Feeding Turnips to Stock.-It is pretty well dem...

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