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AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 March 1884
AMERICAN ITEMS. ---o In a recent, lecture at Paris, De Lesseps stated that the Suez Canal will remain under French Control so long as he or his sons live. At the Leipsic University, the 'first prize in natural history has been awar ded to a Japanese student for a zoological treatise. Statistics just issued by the Dutch Government show that an area of at least 92,000 acres has been recovered from the sea during the last three cen turies. At a.reczit.meetingof the Election Committee of the Birmingham (Eng land) Children's Hospital, Dr, Annie Clarke was elected to fill one of. the vacancies on the staff of acting physi cians, in opposition to eight of the inost eminent physicians in the town. The death roll of the British Royal Society for the last year is a striking ,testimony to the longevity of scientific nen.;. Out of the twenty-one members who'have passed away the youngest was fifty-one, and the eldest, Sir Ed ward Sabine, the'father, of the Royal Society, was in his ,ninety.sixth...
FIELD AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 March 1884
FIELD AND GARDEN. -0o FLOWER GAnnEN.-Plant the early flowering sorts of bulbs, corms, and tubers. Sow annuals; gather haws. Finish, layering carnations." .Trans plant seedlings of biennial and peren nial and herbaceous plants, and divide the replant pansies, primroses, and smaller things as soon as the autumn rains fall. Give liquid manure to show dahlias ; thin the shoots and flowers. Continue the propagation by cuttings. of flower-garden plants, and of ever green shrubs. Kircon? GARDE..-Transplant celery, water-cress, leeks, potato-onions, garlic, shallot, and all the brassicas. Sow cauliflowers. cabba,,ge, turnips, spinach, early horn, and, intermediate carrots. A few early peas also may be sown, and salading of all kinds. Plant early potatoes ; earth up celery. as it becomes fit. Plant bulbs and onions for seed. FAsn,-Select seed for coming crop; choose none but best quality; well de veloped, and thoroughly well cleaned. This will be found among the best steps to , prevent ,smut...
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 March 1884
THE GAZETTE. -0 It is notified that licensees and lesees whose holdings are situated within the parishes of Carrajung and Calignee (east of the range), that all fees and rents payable on their holdings must hereafter be paid to the Receiver and Paymaster, at Rosedale. The license of Alfred Wade, 319a, MIirboo, has been revoked for non-pay ment of rent, and will be open for se lection, on 4th April 1884, at 9 a.m. New licenses have been issued to the following :-J. Cahill, 20a, J. Fair bairn, 19a, J. Quigly, junr., 20a, Yin nar; Mary A. Campbell, 19a 3r 39p, A. Jufnier, 20a, and T M'Namara, BOa, Traralgon ; J. Draffin, 20a, Cal lignee; iI. Fox, 20a, Holey Plains; J. Flynn, 15a, P. Lyons, 20a, M. O'Reilly, 1Sa, Glenmaggie; J. and T. Slaves, 20a each, Stratford; J. F. lI'ýanue, 60 , Glenmaggie. The following applhcations for licen ses have been approved :-D. Wykes, 87a, Toengabbie North; Arthur H. Gregson, 319a, Mardan; Wm. Benn, 313a, Mirboo South; John Boyd Mil lar,240a, [Mardan; Wmn...
AMERICAN HAM CURING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 March 1884
l MERICAN 11AM CURING. -0 (From the New York Herald.) The principal thing is to get the hams just ealt enough to keep them, and not so Falt as to injure the flareO and cause them to get hard. Hams should be neatly trimmed and cut round to imitate, as closely as possible, the ham of commerce. Trim closely, so there shall be no masses of fat left at the lowest extremity ol the hams. The shoulders may be cut in shape coLveoient for, packing, - and they should be salted in sep.rate packages from the hams. Hams are cured by both dry-salting and brine. When dry-salting isemployed the hams are rubbed often with salt and sugar. Be tween each rubbing they are bunched up on platforms or tables, the surface of which is spread with a layer of salt, and each ham is also covered with salt. When taken up to rub-which is usually done five or six times-a shallow box is at hand in which to do the work. When brine is used, pre. pare a pickle strong enough to float an egg, and stir in a sufficient amou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 March 1884
WANTED. -o WANTED a good General Servant. Apply--1rs. A. WALKER, Traralgon ANTED a Bricklayer. SApply-C. BUTTON, Storekeeper, IMowLW?LL. FOR SALE -o 2 HEAVY Draught Horses. IIave drawn an engine, 3 tons and 13 ewt., over all sorts of roads, for the last two threshing seasons. Apply to P. McCOLL, Traralgon. "YE Grass Seed; 4s 6d per bushel. Apply-A. WALKER, Traralgon n TENDEI S -o I TENDERS are ivi.u?t for additions to the .Mechanics' Institute, Tnmarigon. retur. nable on or before the Is: April. 1884 s 'lans and Specifications may be. inspected 1 st the office of the President, Mr Jauces Campbell, Shire Hall, to whom the tenlters are to be addressed. .IIARRY C. JONES, lion. See. Traralgon, 20th March, 1884. SHIRE OF TRARALGON. --o T ENDERS will be received at the 1 Shire Iall, Traralgon, till 11 o'clock a.m. on Wednesday the 9th day of April for the following works:- p. Contract No. 174.-Covering the deck of trwo bridges at Ogilvie's, near Morwell Contract No. 175.-Erection of a bri...
The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1884. THE CRISIS IN UPPER EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 March 1884
(Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1884, iTHE CRISIS INUPPER EGYPT. Egypt is now:the central point of political *interests, and the central figure in Egypt is General Gordon. The disorganization of Egypt, a legacy of 1883, has been largely due to the supineness of England, who deprived herself of the power of adverting it. In the political, as in the physical world, some lower form of life, will make its appearance whenever vitality is destroyed or seriously enfeebled. If the British authorities in Egypt were not directly responsible for the massa cre at Sinkat, it is none the lees true that the responsibility of the Sinkat and every other action of the Khedive rests on the Government which put him on the throne of Egypt without either giving him adequate indepen dence to follow a policy of his own, or subjecting him to the effective control which was the only rational alternative. Day by day there has continued to be demonstrated the unworkable character of English...
TRARALGON MARKETS. Monday, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 March 1884
TRAlSALGON MARKETS. Monday, March 2 Messrs English, Little, & Co report: Store Cattle-Market not so brisk as of late, a fill of 5s took place on all des criptions. We sold bullocks 4yrs £4 to £5 ; cows £2 8s to £3; 2yrs steers and heifers £2 Ss to £2 1Ss; 18 months do £2 to £2 5s; calves 178, Small porkers 19s; Fat cattle, selling about late rates, we sold light heifers £4 15s. Messra A. M'Lcan & Co. report: At our yards on Monday we yarded about 350 head of cattle, and despite the extreme heat, the stock realized very fair prices. We sold Fat Bullocks only medium quality at £6 12s Gd, £0 15s, to £S 12s Gd; half fat cows at £3 22s 6d. We cleared about 120 steers and heifers two to three years old at £2 5s, £3 6s, £3 17s to £4 Ga. Horses-We sold light draught sorts to £23. Richard Mackay, & Co. report for the week ending March 27th: The market this week for fat stock was fully up to last week's qudtations. Stores--Net quite so brisk, buyers feel ing inclined t...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 March 1884
NEWS AND NOTES. -o- The frequency of the appearance of his enakeship during this month has been noted by numbers ofrnaidents. hence an unusual supply of snake yarns. One of the latest Is the encounter of bliss M'Donald (a young lady who had been previously bitten), with a small brown snake. She was about to step upon the door mat, when" the reptile sprang at her.: The young lady fortunately stepped aside and bad the pleasure of seeing it miss ie hold, but still it came too close, for it grazed her, and caused a quickened motion of the pulse for a considerable time. ,. The snake was found by a friend, who was near at hand, and was speedily despatched. The youiig'men of the township have decided to try and see what can be done towards forming a Brass Band, with which we hope they will meet with good encouragement. The meeting is to. be held on Saturday evening. No doubt if they were to find that they could amalgamate with Rosedale a very strong Band might be formed, which could be mad...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 March 1884
A.. CAMERON, General Carrier, TRARALGON, Agents for-Broadboent Bros. -0- Goods forwarded to all parts of the Colony. CALTWEtII " .& CO.'S PRIZE WINES,, CROWN BRAND Gained gold Medals at Sydney, New Zealand, & Calcutta Exhibitions also, ten awards at Melbourne for Reis ling ; Tokay; Verdeillo; Muscat; Car binet; Shiraz and Port; surpassing 415 Exhibits ',of European Wines. To be hlid from all principal store keepers throughout the colony, and at our Melbourne wholesale prices from our agents. MESSRS J. PETERKIN & CO., Merchants, TRARALGON. SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!! SELLING OFF! AT THE CASH STORE, TRARALGON -o LUMLEY AND GALBRAITH, who are giving up business, will offer during the next few weeks their stock of., GROCERIES, DRAPERY,' IRONMONGERY, CROCKERY, PAPERHANGINGS, &c., At'a Great Reduction in price, in order to effect a Speedy Clearance. An opportunity is given to secare bargains as the whole stock must positively be, sold to meet pressing engage...
Latest Intelligence Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
I atest Intelligence By Electric Telegraph. -:0: (From our own correspondent.) Melbourne, Thursday evening. An "Argus Extraordinary" states, respecting the railway collision near Little River, that two persons are killed, one, the driver of the engine, named Kitchen, another a woman, whose name is as yet unknown. Ma jor Smith, M.L.A. aid Mr Cummings M.L.C were among the passengers uninjured. Close on this catastrophe has fol lowed another at Sunbury through the bursting of the boiler of a locomotive drawing a goods train. The locomo tive was wrecked, the driver injured, and the stoker cannot anywhere as yet be found, supposed th have been thrown to a distance. Later. The official report of the Little River collision gives two persons killed Driver Kitchen, and woman unknown. Woman and six injured seriously, Dri ver James Craik, Quard G. Muritrie, Miss Adams, Mrs Dawes, Miss Phoebe Hart, and Fireman Walker. In the Sunbury accident the body of the Stoker Hutchinson has been picked up ...
MISCELLANEOUS. Natal, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
MISCELLANEOUS. - o - Natal, March 30. The latest advices from the interior report that severe fighting is taking place between the natives of Basutoland and Znluland. London, April 1. It has transpired that the late Duke of Albany was willing to accept the Governorship of Victoria, but Her Majesty the Queen refused to allow him to do so. His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales left Cannes to-day with the re mains of his late brother, the Duke of Albany. By order of the French Government, fall military honors were shown to the deceased Prince. Sir Henry Brougham Loch, the newly-appuinted Governor of Victoria, will probably sail for Melbourne in June. A joint-stock company is projected for the purpose of purchasing the pas toral properties of Mr C. B. Fisher, in the Darling Downs, Queensland. Londou, April 2. The committee of the French Senate, which have had the Recidivistee Bill under their consideration for some time past, recommend that no locality be mentioned in the bill as a pla...
RIOTING IN CINCINNATI. London, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
RIOTING IN CIiTC1NNATI. London, March 31. Desperate riots have occurred in the city of Cincinnati, in the United States. An immense and infuriated mob assembled, and after burning down the courthouse and sacking the gunshops, assaulted the gaol, which was defended by a body of 900 soldiers. The rioters employed dynamite bombs, and succeeded in killing one officer and three men of the defending force. The military were at length com pelled to fire upon the mob with Gat ling guns. The rioters were eventually repulsed, 100 being killed, and several hundred wounded. New York, March 31. In consequence of the agitation pre vailing at Cincinnati since the affray between the mob and the troops on Saturday last, the Government have despatched a body of 3000 men to the scene of the disturbances. The presence of the strong body of militaiy has had the effect of restoring quietness in Cincinnati, and the rio ting has now entirely ceased.
LIST OF COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
LIST OF COURTS. POuLCE CoRTS- APRIL, 19S4. Morwell, on Tuesday 1st, at 11 a.m. Rosedale, on Wednesday, 2nd, at 11 a,m.; summonses issued every Monday Toongabbie, on Thursday, 3rd, at 11 an.m. Traralgon, on Thursday?, 10th and 24th, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on the Friday preceding each Court. Moe, on Satuolay, 1lth, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on Saturday. 12th
(REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. Cairo March 31. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
(aEnraa's TELEORAMS. Cairo March 31. Further advices have been received from Major-General Gordon, in which he states that he has executed two Soudan Pashas, who were guilty of treachery during the sortie on the 16th inst General Gordon reports having re ceived supplies. and expresses himself as hopeful for the future. The rebel Arabs in the vicinity of the city are reported to be without food, and to be in a famishing condi tlon. London April 2. In thelatest despatches received from Khartoum, Major-General Gordon writes in a desponding tone. He says that he is hoping against hope. Since the embarkation of the British troops under General Graham, only a small English garrison remains at Sua kin. The town is under the control of a British Governor. The latest news from the Eastern Sondan reports that Osman Digna has succeeded in collecting a force a thou sand strong, including many of the Arab sheikhs and their followers, and is now preparing to commence hostili ties against those tr...
FIELD AND GARDEN. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
FIELD AND GARDEN. Arno. ORCnAnD AND INL?YAluD.-Pflant all the hardy sorts of fruit trees and bushes as early asthe weather will permit. Sow pips and stones of fruit trees for raising stocks. Commence to prune fruit trees and bushes as soon as the leaves have fallen. Gather and store late pears and apples as soon as the fruit parts readily from the tree. Put in cuttings of gooseberries and currants. Top-dress strawberries with rich manure.. Krrcnes GAr.DEn.--So carrots, parsnips, beet, turnips, onions, peas, broad beans, spinach. Transplant horse-radish, seakale, and rhubarb. Thin turaips and other advancing seedFng crops; earth up potatoes. Divide and replant herbs ; plant mint in pots or boxes for forcing. Draw earth to cauliflower and cabbage plants, and transplant for succession. 1Make mushroom beds . Tnse FIerD.--This is the most favor able month for wheat sowing in the majority of districts. In the northern areas wheat sowing should take place with the earliest au'umn rains. Pr...
LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
LOST. -o On Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock the residents of Cape Otway were startled by the unusual appearance of six man with swags on their backs. Their worn and haggard appearance indicated that they had seen some hard travelling, and it did not take long to discover that they were desperately hungry. On inquiryit proved that they had been lost in the bush for four days, and had been without food for the last three days. The first consideration was to supply them with a meal, which they thoroughly enjoyed. From the narrative of the spokesman, it appears that in consequence of statements made to him by a man named Short, who some years since, under the direction of Mr Panton, P.1. cut a track into the Otway forest, they started from Dean's Marsh seven days ago in search of some valuable land which Short assured them existed. They followed Short's track for a considerable distance into the ranges, when they lost it and picked up 'other blazed lines, which led them in a south and sou...