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Mirboo. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884
Mlirboo. -0-- From our own correspondent. We were shown some hops of the late grape variety, grown on the Tar win river, Mirboo, by Mr Frank Dodd ; one of the samples was from a yearling, and the other from a two year old plant, and they look remarkably fine. The climate and soil of Mirboo suits this product, it being very moist and iMr Dodd has found it unnecessary to irrigate them. The district promises to one of the gardens of Victoria, and when the line is opened up will no" doubt rapidly prosper. The selectors, in many instances, are still clearing away the scrub as effectively as possible, and placing substantial improvements on their properties, no, ably Mr Nicol, who has about l5 men employed and is about to build large premises for the purpose of entering largely into far ming and cutting his produce into chaff for other markets. The weather has changed benefi cially for our district, the rains being most acceptable.
HEYFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884
HEYFIELD RhCES. -a- The following weights have been de clared: HEYFIELD HANDICAP. St. lb. J. M'Grade's b h Ard Rigb, 4 yrs 8 12 W. Halstead's br g Douglas, aged 7 12 J. G. M'Donald's g g Nimblefoot, aged ... ......... 7 7 M. Feeley's ch g Dandy, 4 yre ... 7 4 G. G. Auchterlonie's b g Pilot, 4 yrs ... 7 0 W. Irwin's br f Dazzle, 8 yrs ... 6 12 HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. W. Halstead's br g Douglas, aged 11 7 J. M'Grade's b gPride, 6 yrs ... 11 7 W. Irwin's b g Leitrum, 4 yrs ... 10 0 T. Inrine's b g Tanis Taprick, 4 .yrs ... 10 0 ?. G M'Donald's b g Puzzle 3 yrs 9 0 -. E.-A. JoassoN BoE, Handicapper.
Cricket ROSEDALE V. TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884
Cricket ROSEDALE V. TRARALGON. The return match, for the '' Times' Cup, between the above clubs was played off at Rosedale, on Saturday last, Traralgon sending a very weak team, only seven of the members turning up, who, however, were deter mined notto disappoint their opponents, and chose substitutes, on the ground. The Rosedale team were first at the wickets, three of their team kindly field:ng as substitutes fore f Yalgen, and before the last wicket fell 86 runs were made, of which Greenwell made 22 and J. Rowley 15, M?essrs J. M'Lean and A. Baker bowling very well throughout the greater part of the innings. Traralgon going in put together 37, of which M'Lean made 11 not out. Daring this innings Crooke was successful in performing the "hat trick," two being caught and one clean bowled. The fielding of both teams was very good, the substitutes, acting very fairly to Traralgon by fielding in their best style. Greenwell received an injury to his hand when batting and was unable ts b...
Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884
Correspondence. -- To the Editor of the "rhzarlgon Record." Sir-I think a gentleman so well and favorably known as Mr Tinker, might have been allowed to depart from Mor well without your correspondent "Pehaw" rushing into print for the petty purpose of being sneeringly offensive towards an old resident. But may be he merely seized the opportu mty for cultivating his weakness for dabbling in astronomical subjects, as we find him rather innocently referring to those inexplicable red sun-sets we experience of late, as also the comets, etc. Now if that was his real object, and he has still a sincere desire to attain celebrity in that sphere of science, he might do worse than employ his leisure hours blowing air bubbles, as by simply substituting these for miniature worlds, it would probably inspire him with some idea of discovering a feasible method of reaching the North Pole, the discovery of which would bring undying fame to such a natural born genius while it at the earie time prove ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884
H. BREED, t amily Bautcher, Jaye Street, Traralgon. None but the best quality of meat kept. Small Goods fresh every day. Charges moderate. C. IE. W. Jones, Franklin Street, TR AR AL.GO N. ?RRACTICAL WVATOCII CLOCK MAKER. Silversmith and Jeweller, )ptician and Sewing Machinist. loderate Charges, Punctualit, and Good WorkmaoaelO p guaruteed. Parasols and Vmobrellas repaired on the shortest notice. T'raralgon Bakery A. L: GALBBRAITH, BAKER,PASTRYCOOK & CONFECTIONER TAXES this opportunity of thanhing the rnblic of Terrelgon, and nsurrounding distliet, for the patronage he ts I neecedfrom theem during the past fice Be?re, and aould solicit a continuation of the same f vers for the future. Groceries of the bt st quality on hand. Fruit in its' season. H. E. Ilenden, Tobacconist, B 00 KS E LLER, STATIONER, and Fancy Goods Dealer. FRANKLIN ST., TRARALGON. Agent for Age and Leader newspapers. W. NORRIS, Boot & Shoe Maker, KAYE ST., TRARALGON. Fancy Slippers neatly made up. Iur...
LIST OF COURTS. POLICE COURTS— MARCH, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884
LIST OF COUTXTS. PoouCE CoUnTs MARCH, 1884. Morwell, on Tuesday 4th, at 11 a.m.; summonses issued Wednesday, 26th for April Traralgon, on Thursdays, 6th and 20th, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued every Thursday Rosedale, on Monday, 17th, at 11 a.m.; summonses issued every Monday Toongabbie, on Tuesday, 18th, at 11 a.m.; summonses issued on Tuesday, 11th Moe, on Saturday, 22nd, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on Saturday. 15th - W-ARnDEN' COURT Moe, on 22nd, Saturday, at 10 a.m.
TRARALGON MARKETS. Monday, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884
TRARALGON MARKETS. -o-- Monday, March 10. R. Guthridge and Co. report-The market was not so brisk as usual, no doubt owing to the heavy rain which commenced to fall at 7 a.m., keeping buyers and stock from travelling. Out of about 290 head of cattle arranged for only 140 came to hand, a very small per centage of young cattle being among those yarded, nearly all of which were sold. The market was without animation, and fully 7s 6d per head reduction bad to be submitted to. Quotations: Store bullocks £3 15s to £5 2s 6d, the latter in forward con dition. Fat cows £4 2s 6d to £5 10s. Fat bullocks, light weights, £5 7s 6d Vealers to 15s. Richard Mackay, & Co. report for the week ending March 13.-Fat Cattle are showing an upward tendency and prices realized are in most instnn ces up to owner's reserves. Stores are also hardening and show an advance on late rate!. Our yards at Traralgon on Monday were poorly supplied, bid dings languid and competitions not at all brisk, we yarded 5...
MISCELLANEOUS. London, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884
MISCELLANEOUS. ---o- London, March 6. The Americans who are believed to have been the authors of the recent explosion of dynamite at Victoria station, and to have placed infernal machines at other railway stations in London, are supposed to have made good -their escape to France, where the French authorities are actively assisting in the endeavour to discover the present whereabouts of the gang. London, March 7. Sir Henry James, Q C., the Attorney General, has commenced proceedings against Mr Bradlaugh for illegally voting in the house of Commons without having previously taken the oath. Londos, March 6. Frederick Searle Parker and William Searle Parker, of the firm of Messrs Parker, of 17 Bedford Row, London, have absconded, leaving heavy liabilities behind them. There has been a large influx of gold into the Bank of England to-day from North America, Tne Court of Directors of the Bank of Australasia have this day declared a dividend at the rate of 14 per cent. for the past year, a...
FRENCH CONVICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884
FRENCH CONVICTS. A blue book has been published containing the communications that have passed between the English and French Governments on the subject of the transportation of French criminals to the Pacific. England urges that the "recidivistes should be transported elsewhere than to New Caledonia, and intimates that any increase in the num ber of convicts sent to that colony will be regarded as an unfriendly act. M. Jules Ferry, the French Premier, has refused to give a pledge not to send any more convicts to New Caledonia, but promises to show reasonable respect for the feelings of the Australian colo nists; hlich, however, he seems to consider insincere, and prompted by a desire to annex the Pacific Islands.
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884
THE GAZETTE. -0 George Wood, Cowwarr, has been appointed deputy electoral registrar for the Rosedale and Walhalla divisions of North Gippsland, and for the Rosedale division of the Gippsland province. Constable George Rice and Mounted Constable J. J. C. Paton have been appointed Crown Lands Bailiffs in and for the Colony of Victoria. The tender of Christiansen and Al derson;'`513 3s 3d, for clearing side cutting, forming metalled roadway at the bead of the Flour-bag Cutting, on road from Toongabbie to Walhalla, and Hugh McCormack and Thomas Stevenson, £133 Gs, for additions to State. School No. 1235, at Latrobe, have been accepted. - Land temporarily reserved-Site for lighthouse purposes. Nineteen acres, more or less, county of Tambo, parish of Colquhoun, at Kalimnan. Als:,, for municipal purpose, two roods twenty-eight perches, parish of AMoe, at Moc, being allotment 1 of section 7. A s'ileof Crown Lands in fee-simple will be held on the 8th April, at Sale, when 44 allotments in th...
AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884
AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN -o London, March 5. The euns that were abandoned by Baker Pasha's army after the defeat near Trinkitat on the 4th February, together with quantities sf plunder, have been recovered by the British troops. They were found near Tokar. Since their defeat at El Tib on the 1st inst. by the British forces, under General Graham, the Arabs have been apparently cowed. Tbe Hon. F A Stanley M.P, for North Lancashire, and Secretary of State for War in the late Ministry, has given notice of his intention to move that war supplies be refused until the Government have explained their policy with regard to Egypt and the Soudan, London, March 9. The latest intelligence from Soudan states that Osman Digna, the leader of the Arab insurgents near Suakin, is at Taminib preaching a holy war against the English. Cairo, March 6" The British force has returned to Trinkitat, on the coast, and is now embarking on board the transports thlre. It willland on the coast some distance to the so...
Reuter's Telegrams. London, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884
Reuter's Telegrams. London, March 5. The final reportof the Western Pacific Committee has been published to-day, and agrees in all essential particulars with the preliminary report published in December last, in which the present system of recruiting labor was condem ned, and an increase in the naval force and in the number of deputy commis sioners was recommended. The most material point in the report now issued is a recommendation by the committee that the appointment of the High Commissioner of the Pacific should no longer be connected with that the Go vernor of Fiji, and it is urged that the former should reside in New Guinea.
FRENCH CRIMINALS IN THE PACIFIC. Paris, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884
FRENCH CRIMINALS IN THE PACIFIC. Paris, Iarch 10. The French Government has for warded a despatch to M. Pallu de la Barriere, the Governor of New Cale donia, instructing him invariably to demand the extradition of French convicts who m.y escape from the island and take refuge ,i; the Anstralian colonies. London, March 11. Viscount Lyons, the Rritish ambassa dor at Paris, has assured Mr Murray Smith that M. Jules Ferry, the French Premier, is determined to pass the bill for the transportation of "recidivistes" to the Pacific, and that he resents the opposition of the Australian colonies to the measure.
Latrobe. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884
Latrobe. ---o- A anmerously attended mneeting was .-i , t Hower's Hall, Latrobe, cn the 11th i st., fir the purpose of urging .n the Government t:e necees;t*' for cats e yards for trucking purposes at Latrobe. Cr ti'Meara. occupied the chair. It was mioved by R Young, Esq, JP., sec iu ed by \V O'leara, jun., and car ried unanimously, That a memorial be presented to the . inister of Rail ,wa:s asking that yards be erected at Ltroberailway station fir the purpose of trucking the cattle of the farmers and grazies of Toongabbie South. The r over pointed out that Latrobe ea? lhe mos: central place for trucking for the whole of the Esglehawk. Old Rosedale, and Toongabbie South- dis Zrict=, as many as 2000 head of fat c:ttle yearly being marketed from these places. Situated as it was bet ,c el ithe Tyers and the Latrobe, glaziers would have far less distance to drrve their stock, and both the quality of the land, the quantity of stock depas ture., and the growing importance of the locality...
THE DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884
TIlE DEPUTATIOI. --o- 0n Tuesday the members of the L. ,?u:ltion appointed by the Shire Com:hcil left, to interview the Chief cc-,artry and Minister of Public Works with refcrence to Goveromeatbuildings that have been promised by either two or thee Governmetts previous to this. In :l~wter to the request for a new Post and Telegraph Office made to Mr Berry on Wednesday, a promise was :nale that from £1200 to £1500 would be p.aced upon the estimates for the purpose. The deputation, Messrs Kh llhelr, Peterkin, Jas Campbell, Trralgin Shire, "nd Messrs M'Lean and W .1'Lelland, M.'sL.A. then ::aited upon MrDeakin and urged the recessity for building a Co rt House, also ask;ng for a special vote for a bridge over the TYers River and an adlit on grant for t',e purpose of finish ing the YTrram track. The bon grLtlcman admitted the claims to the Ccurt House and promised favorable consideration ; to the last two requests he stated that lie would like full par e.cul:rs in writing, which when he...
CANAL AT SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884
CANAL AT SALE. -or cA deatation from the S.lDeBoroughl Council, introduced by Messrs Pearson and Wa'lace, d.L.C.'s, and M'Lenn and 1Haris, M L.C.'s, yesterday asked the Commissioner of Public Works to place a vote on the estimates for cut ting a canal between the Latrobe River and Sale, as recommended by Sir John Coode. The work would cost about £24,000, but the Government had shown that they proposed to carry it out, because the new Latrobe bridge had a swing section to enable vessels the pass through ; the river above the bridge had been partially cleared, and a considerable quantityof land required for the canal had been purchased. The trade of the locality and the district beyond depended upon the carrying out of the work, and unless it was undertaken, .a number of selectors would be unable to remain on their holdings. The cost might be extended over three years, £800t0 might be voted each year, and ultimately the whole expense would be recouped out of the sale of lard improved ...
LATEST FROM MORWELL Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884
LATEST FROM N ORWELL (From our own correspondent.) Thursday evening The Palek Trackers, from Renalls, have done good work to-day in company with Mt. Con Priestly and Mt. Con. Lirk-haw of senalia,' re' fire at Shaw's, ran a man named No:thway to his door and found tracks to correspond exactly with those found at the haystacks. Furher enquiries will be mate to morrow. The trackers never bhesitated and showed wonderful skill. Con stable Priestly, also, showed thbought fliness in taking means to preserve the tracks until the arrival of the men Latest Intelligence (From our own correspondent.) Melbourne, Thursday evening Cairo, March 12 The latest news from Suakin states that Major-General Graham, who left there yesterday on hearing firing in the direction of Zareba, bivouacked at the latter place last night. At noon to-day, he, with his whole force in two bohiow squares, advanced against Os man Digna's position and news *of an a:poitant engagement is now hourly expected A breach of prom...
LORD REAY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884
LORD REAY. Since the announcement of the resignation by the Marquis of Nor nhanby of the Governmentship of Victoria various rumours have been current as to who would be, appointed as his successor. We (the "Argus") published a cable message from our London correspondent a few days ago, stating that Mr Gladstone had submit ted a Lane to Lord Derby for Ihis Sapproval. It is now reported that the Ministry have offered the appointment to Lord Resy. This, noblemsn occupies a unique position in the British peerage- He is the head of the Highland clan Mackay, and a Scotch peerage was conferred upon the family in 16iS. His ancestor entered the service of the United Provinces towards the close of the 17th century, and the branch of the family to which the present peer belongs has been practically Dlutch ever since.