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DROUIN LOCAL LAND BOARD. Thursday, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884
DROUIN LOCAL LAND BOARD. Thursday, March 20. The cases heard to-day were reason why the b!ocks held by the following should not be forfeited.--John Irving, Mirboo,reasona g-ven for its forfeiture found frivolous. Amelia Niohol, Mar garet Niehol, and Wim. Dryden of Mirboo, and Robert Ferry, of Mardan, cases were postponed.
MISCELLANEOUS. London, March 15 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884
MISCELLANEOUS. -o Londo-, March 15 The French Government have deci ded to appoint a resident at Obok, an Abyssinian town on the Gulf of Aden. The death is announced of Mr Richard Hengist Horne, the author of "Orion" and other poetical works. London, March 16. The Austrian Government is adop ting stringent measures for the suppression of revolutionary conspira cies in Vienna. Seven hundred anarchists have been expelled from the city. Madrid, March 16. Another widespread revolutionary conspiracy, extending throughout the whole of the country, has been dis covered. No efforts are being spared by the authorities to suppress the movement, and numerous arrests have been made. London, March 17. The death is announced of General Sir A. A. T Cunynghame, G. C. B., aged 72. London, March 18. It is rumored that an Imperialist manifesto, addressed to the French people by Prince Napoleon, isabout to be issued. The Prince is reported to have fled to Switzerland, in order to avoid being arrested by...
Latest Intelligence. Melbourne, Thursday evening [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884
Latest Intelligence. (From our own correspondent.) By Electric Telegraph. Melbourne, Thursday evening A large influx of gold from America has come to the Bank of England, amounting to £750,000 Iwviho, the Mao', king, is going to London to urge redress of grievances. Three charges against leading Mel. bourne publicans, of placing inferior spirits in bottles bearing best brands, have resulted in fines on each of fifteen guineas, and two guineas costs, with a warning that in futunre they will be increased to fifty pounds. According to the "Police Gazette" thePettavel murder is attributable to a lunatic at large, whom it de cribes iu hopes of his arrest.
A TEMPLE[?]NDER A MOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884
--o- A TE'M)iPLE ? NuFIt .' MOl0ND. Further ex lni:a io;,; of thi gireat l'r- tost ric tL?ouni in tie s,,tern pa::rt of Chari 6 oton . outry, 0 .S ., re v'cal ou'e in,ter,-tiug facts.. The ]iiioid is 510 feet in cir urnfrence aud S3 feet hith, cou rang :h Il one acre. A Ithaf wias stklh to the criypt in the centre, the diome fI which was conveid with several feet of broken lock. licre too sk lietons wcr fOundl, a:d. by their sideu se;', ra' lane:-hea:ds. fr.guu:ut , n?ad et tie Vc e Is of 1ott:ery, antd a quantiti of charcoa!. The yar g' t shkclt:tin lay wib its il ci to the we an, mn: the oi:.er to the e,.st. wenty feet deep,-r the rn-omains oi a temple 12 feetiquarand ten feet high wee. fiouli, ito roof being coimp.oed If oak logs 12 inches square. In .the eerntre of the temple was a sacrificeia altar and by it anotihur skeleton 7 feet ( incheu lonog aid 10 inches acrros the chlest. It wore a copper breast-plate 9 inches square, had six copper brack ius o i each arm, and lhal four...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884
Itis said that Mlr Francis died worth over a quarter of a million, ? r Semple, the celebrated horse tamer, intends visiting Givpsland. The Buln Bulu Agricultural Show will be opened on the 3rd April. On the bill of fare of a New York Italion restaurmat, coffee is 1 cent per cup ; steaks, chops, and Rlews, 3 cents. pastry, 3 cents ; beer, 2 cents ; whis. key and brandy, 3cente. 'Ihls place is thronged daily by pereons of all natio nalities. The Wasbingtou " Catiral" says: 31ls Langtrs, while i: this city, re ceived a present of a diamond ring valued at £1600.
AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884
AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN -o London, March 18. The engagement between the Bri tish force commanded by General Graham and ihe Arab insurgents under Osman Digna was fought early this morning, and resulted in the total defeat of the latter. The British force, which was formed into two squares, advanced aga'nst the enemy's position. The Arabs charged furiously against the advancing force, spearing many of the British troops. They were repulsed with great slaugh ter, but continued to renew the attack, until nearly all of the enemy who took part in the battle had been killed. The engagement only lasted half an hour. The British loss was 70 killed, and 100 woutded. Thelatest intelligence states that he Arabs are collecting at t wells at Tamas it, and that the .Bri ssh troops are shelling them.-"- Argue."
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. Tuesday, March 18th, 1884 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. Tuesday, Msr h 18th, 1884 Present: President (Cr Ross), and Crs O'Meara, Pederson, Hyam, Green well, and Meldrum. jMinutes. The minutes of the preoious meet ing were read and confirmed. (orrespondcnce. Fr.m Shire Valuer, return of valua tion for 1884-85; total, t£42,594 increase in Denison siding £94; Roae. dale, £403; Toongabbie, £17. Total increase, £514. Received. Erom W. Ross, Denison, asking permission to place stays on roadside against his fence. No objection. From James Rountree, acceding to Council's demands 're' land for road purposes. Received. From shire of Maffra, forwarding cheque for cost of their s are of con struction of bridge over Tnumso, river, near Cowwarr Reeeived. From W. Fogarty, ask ag to be al lowed to remain on rat p yer's rell, and offering to pay ratts of his farm. Received From M. Wtlson, bon. secretar., L .dies' 8leaev lent S cie y, aski g for a tonatio:. To oe dealt wi h i, t e usual waj at proper time. From J. S,k s, o jcung to...
TRARALGON POLICE COURT Thursday, March 20th, 1884. (Before F. Hare, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884
TRARALGON POLICE COURT -0 Thursday. March 20th, 1884. (Before F. Hare, Eaq, P.M.) Traralgon Shire v M. Curran-Re moving gravel from a public road. The Shire Engineer stated that it was not necessary for the Council to conserve the gravel for public roads, and he would not press for a fine, only wish ;ng to give warning to others. Defen dant admitted the offence. Fined Se. 6d, with 6s 6d costs. He ry Littlejohn v James eheban Assault. No Appearance George Fick vE Beegge-Unlawful assault, damages sued for £5 George Fick, farmer, Callirner, de po d : that about. a fortnight ago he engaged a carpenter at Traralgon to go to his farm, and that he sent him to the Traralgon railway station to ge one of the paling carters to carry his luggage out for him. The carpenter took them to Beegge's waggon, who, on hearing where he was going, refused to take them. Defendant then came up to witness and had some worid with him, ending in plaintiff receiving two b'ows on the head from his fist. could no...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884
The lallvory. Trains for Melbournb leave n.m. pm, Traralgon ... 8.9 5056 Morwell '.. 8"30 6'17 Moe 8... 54 0 41 Melbourne (arrive) 4.:O10, 10'52 For Sale. leave n.m. p.m. Traralgon .. 11"43 9030 Flynn's Creek ... 128 9052 Rosedaleo ... 1215 104 Sale, arrives ... 1250 10.39 On Faturdays only, a train will leave Traralgon for Sale, at 8'10 a.m., retur hing from Sale at 9'55 a.m. For Heyfield leaves Traralgon ... 12"5 [noon] Heyfield, arrives . 1'23 p.m. Leaves . - Soeyfield ... 4.20 p.m Traralgon, arriveS . 5-38 . W. T. BETTESON, KAYE STREET, ZERARAL EOOBT, AsKs for a continuation of the favors which he.has received in the past from the. inhabitants ofj Traralgon and surrounding districts D YA Large Stock of DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, & CROCKERYWARE To- choose from. C. omparison of Quality and Prices invited. : per cent.: Discount for Cash on all Drapery parcels exceeding £1. ALLAN & C0.'S a?sZAmOls AmD ORG.nIS, Four Great Lines which have no Riva...
EXCERPTS FROM THE AMERICAN PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884
EXCEIPTS FROM THIE AMERI CAN PAPERS. The assertiou is made by Rev E. E. lisale..over his own signature that public schools in Boston are closed by the local school committees to give all opportunity for licensing liquor saloons. By the Mlassachunsetts law no saloon can be licensed within a given distance o(fa public school. By the opportune closing of one of the schools for a few days eleven saloons obtained licenses. Then it was reo pened. Seditious placards have beent found on the mosque at Constantiinolje. The German Crown Prince has been severely criticised for attebiding a Spanish bull-fight. At Ltcds, England, a dressmaker was ptisosed recently from sugar of lead absorbed from'holding sill thread in her month. I1 ondo has 105 disused churchyards which are slwly being adapted for ipurposes ofrecreatTioni. T'rty four of them have'been fully completed. Beendly, at a wake i, Ireland, the 'floor gave way,' andn mourners and corpse were mingled in a badly danmaged mass at the bottom...
TOONGABBIE COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, March 18. (Before A. Howitt, P.M., and J. Bun[?] and R. Young, J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884
TuQNG1BBIE COURT OF. '!'PETTY SESSIONS. Tue-cda, Mjlrch 18. iBf?, . Howit', P.M., and J. Ejtfliile and R. Young, J.'sP.) lipil rd v. Duke--Board end ct~inr, Setdhd out of Court. hi!hniiin v Hart--Work and labor o e. Feotponed till iext Court, to Ikw dejendast to precure witnesses. c.rrt r license was granted to E rd .!Mears, Latrobe. feo:e Mr Howitt, P.M. Tihe ? gitrate granted .a pub biLt h:are o H. W. Smith for a C?ose ei ated at Latrobe. The appli ani1 waopposed by George Hower, neig lDing pubhcan, for whom Mr eLr cr;ppeared, ? r Wise appearing or uhe ??,L?icart. The license for the rice o r.les hotel, Cowwar, was ranaferetrotn Patrick Mangan to rs C. ings, for whom Mr Wise 'aeare A groer' wine atd spirit license ae* graaited-to- WiVim-SemmenW- of I'engallbioi for three months.: vsd21
Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884
Correspondence. Tr, :ia Editor of the "Traralgon Becord." .:r--eorething ike twelve mo:t hs _, ]:ien donation towards the erec. .O , a pau' lie buiiliig at Call g..e i!ce then it api arts the i eople rt: - eI,: :n that country decided that, in ed of a church being erecte t, a lal, oald be built: so the e. mmittee se worlk red carri d the plans into exe tion. Now tit- question arises, has e .ent, tman who ca e the to'lection aid of a church the right to transfer c mnaies so collected, or will t r b'criptuon be ro turned to subscribe-'s the c urech furd. Well, Bs aper.oi ho gave a d,.nation, 1 would suggest [at the amount so sub.cribtd be ither landed back to those who wer t-erue enougb to give it. or trarts tred to ' e cotmnittee of the pib'ic al ::t Clignte,to be expended in inm r t i r the public building already Yours, &c., TRARALG01N?TE. ,drclt 17:h, 1884.
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884
MELBOURNE MARIKETS. (From "Mercury.'" Wednesday. Messrs A. M'Lean & Co. report: Fat Cattle-2100 drawn for, causing two days sale; no alteration in prices since last week. We sold 20 bullocks from Glenaladale to £1l,averaging £10 9s lid; Mr Varney's bullocks £10 is 6d; 22ifor.Mr For at £7 17s d ; IMr Scott's Delvine cows, £6 12 6d; Os borne Bros, bullocks, £7 15se; also bollocks and cows', for Williamson, Chester, and Collins at full market rates. ,We sold 13 calves from 26s,.to 42s. 'Messrs B. Gibsoi and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-Prices so far ruled nearly equal to late rates, although some sales show 10s per head reduced. We sold 300 head, and quote primest pens bul locks at £12; good ditto £8 10s to £9 10s. Our sales include Bon's Wappan bullocks averaging £93s 6d; M'Millan's Hazelwood cows, £8. Fat Sheep 15,000 yarded, larger proportion than usual being crossbreds, for which the demand was inactive at reduced values; prime merino wethers commanded late prices; stores were d...
The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1884. SHIRE COUNCIL. MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884
(Published, every Friday mo ning.) FRIDAY, MAtCH 21, 1884, SHIRE COUNCIL. aO5rOCrP.L nsraovEEIWS. Local Government, by means of Shires and 'Shire Councils form no small part of the histo?y' of Victoria. It presents the working of a great but complicated system, affected by .aume rous perturbing and - impeding influnences, and .having its relations with every part of the social frame. We are proud of self government, of progress, of reform, of the continued political changes-even to coalition of hostile parties-brought about by the necessity or the teaching of time. Local government chronicles are ever changing scenes, which we hope to be nearcompletion, but which experience warns us is as yet far off. Whatever happens leaves something to be done; even successes which are the opportu nities' of improvement, hardly less than failures. 'Shire Councils have work to do which might be called new but for newer and newer. So multifa rions is thiswork that they appear to be ambitious of riva...
MAIL CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884
MAI L COiTrLACTS. -0---- The f.llowing tenders have been ac cepted: Log":uirr-r-S.utih and lIcath Hill Kate StoI h-rns, £15. Poowong and Jumbunna East, (I'Leod's). via Gannon's-T. W. lorsley, £77 10s. Poowong North and the nearest point on Poowong and Drouin coach road-George Pratt, £16. " Moe and Narracan West, via Moe South and:i,Narracan-J. Poiell and John Lloyd, £90. Tarraigon and Childers-F. Dicken son, £5'. Yarrage n And Allanmbee-Catherine Aitkine, £31. _MIoeand Walhalla, via Moondar'a, Cooper's Creek, and Happy-go-lucky A. Templeton, £240. Moe and Tanjil-Geo Bell, £69. Tanjil and Russell's Creek-Emil) Dubber, £18. Post-office and Railway Station, 1Morefell-Alice M. Neville, £10 Morwell and Foster, via Drlimurla Mirboo North, and Mirboo--W. War ner, £220. -Foster and Yanakic-W. SMiller, £40. Morwell and Hazelwood-P. M'Gaun ran, £18, Morwell and Morwell Bridge-D. Weldor, £15. Hazelwood and Yinnar (Fawkn'er's), via Yinnar State School-D. Waldon, £85. Toongabbie and Walhalla, vi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884
WANTED. WANTED a god General Servant. Apply--Mrs. A. WALKER,Traralgon WANTED an active Lad. Apply-CA-H .TORE, Traralgon. WANTED a Bricklayer. Apply-C BUTTON, Storekeeper, MOIEwaLL. FOR SALE -o- RYE Grass eed ; 4s 6d per bnshel. Appiy-A WALKER, Traralgon OR ESale-l,(00 Paid-up Shares in the 1Hidden Treasure QO.P. Co, JOHN hAItBRON, Traralgon TEND'ERS TENDERS are invited for additions to the .Mechanics' Institute, Traralgon, retur nable on or before the Ist April, 1884. Plans and Specificatiols may be inspected at the offce of tne Presiden', Mr James Csmpbell, Shire H dl, to whom the tenders are to be addressed. HARRY C. JONES, Hon. Sec. Traralgon, 20th Mhrch, 1884. IMPOUNDED AT TRAR LGON -o By the Herdsm n 1 red Cow:white about belly and flank, hole off ear,like AA up.sile down.near rump. like V near shoulder 1 red Steer,white face and belly,undescsiba ble brand sear bhick, like spur biand a little blotched off back, under I:art at both ears cut off. t Strawberry yearling Bull, like ...
THE MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 March 1884
THE MIUNICiPAL ASSOCIATION. --o The Western Group meeting of the Municipal Association was held at Hamilton on Thursday. After some introductory remarks from the cbaii man, who defended the association from the aspersions cast upon it for having done nothing, by saying that all the best clauses in the Amending Local Government Act were the outcome of proposals made by the association, the business paper was proceeded with. The proposal of the Shire of Glenelg respecting the service of notices to councillors was adopted, two days clear in boroughs and four days in shires. The Shire of .Ripon moved-That power be given to Municipal councils to enforce the adoption of wheels with tires of not less than O3in.,in width. This was agreed to. The Shire of Dundas's proposal with respect to councils having power to hppoint local managers of commons lapsed. Five `voted for, and four against the pr,.posal, which was there fore not carried by a two-thirds majo rity. It was decided to support the ...
THE FALSE PROPHETS OF ISLAM. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 March 1884
'T tiE FALSE PROPHETS OF ISLAM. 0- The false prophets of Islam have been many, and not a few of them have endeavored to follow the example of Mohammed and to form an empire by force of arms. Not one of them, however, has been permanently suc cessful; and if the Mahdi escapes capture or assassination, he will be more fortunate than most of his fore runners have been. Moselama, who raised the standard of religious revolt during the lifetime of Mohammed, was defeated and slain during the reign of Abu Beer, by Kbaled Ebh at Walid; and El Aswad, who set up in the year of Mohammed's death, was almcst im mediately betrayed and decapita'ed. It was upon that occasion that io hammed declared that ere the day of judgement Islam would bl troubled with thirty other imposters. Soon afterwards Tolefha Ebn Rhowailed arose, but, seeing the error of his ways, recanted; and Sejaj Bint al Mdudar,' an early exponent of women's rights, led many after her. In the reign, too, of the Khalif al tlIohdi, Hake...
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 March 1884
MULTUM IN PARVO. --o In England the average of life ex ceeds that of France by eluven years, though the French climate is consi dered superior. Mr E. A Paterson holds a clearing out sale of sIr Merry's, Upper Maftha, farming implements, &c, on Thursday April 3. The programme for the Toongabbie and Latrobe Annual Races appears elsewhere. The tender of Thomas Burton £471 lls 10d, was accepted on Thursday, by the Commissioners of Railways for the erection of three gatekeepers' cottages on the Traralgon and Heyfield line. Football Cldb Meetings are now being held in Melbourne to arrange for opening the season. The weather still continues dry in the southern Queensland district, and there are no signs of rain. The Con damine river, at Warwick, is lower than it has ever been since 1858. eTe final match for the "'Times" cup between NMaffra and Sale, will be played to-morrow at Maffra, and con tinued the following Saturday at Sale. We are informed that 85 entries have been received ...