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HANLAN. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
HANLA1k. -o- Sydney, Sunday. On Saturday afternoon an aquatic exhibition was held at Manly, when Hanlan, the champion sculler of the world, gave his first exhibition in rowing. It was announced that Tric kett and Edwards, the champion sculler of Victoria, would also take part in the display, but the former did not partici pate in the programme, which was therefore confined to Hanlan and Ed wards. At about half-pa t 3 o'clock, Hanlan, with a number of gentleman, left the steamer in which he came from Syd ney, and went to the Manly Rowing Club shed, where he was cheered by the crowd. After getting into the boat he at once pulled out into the stream, showing off his style to great advantage. The most noticeable point in his rowing is the gracefulness with which he propels his tiny craft. His style is unique, and offered a marked contrast to that of Edwards. Hanlan was fully a stone heavier than when in proper rowing condition, his weight at the present being 16Slb. Edwards showed a fig...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
Colummercial Hotel, TOONGABBI'E -o- ?O3JIMERCIAL Travel!ers & others LI can ahlays be accommodated with cither Single or Double Conveyances. Saddle Horses on hand. JILES SHEPHERD PBODUEron,", g. BREED, Family Butcher, Kaye Street, Traralgon. Sone but the best quality of meat kept. Small GOcod fresh every day. Charges moderate. C. E. IW. Jones, Franklin Street, TRARALGON PRACTICAL WATCH & CLOCK MAKER. Silversmith and Jeweller, Optician and Sewing Machinist. .lodcante Choaoeo. Punetuality, and Good worktoansllp guaraneed. Paraso's ansd unbrellas repaired on the shortest notice. Traralgon Bakery A. L, GALBRAITH, BKER,PASTRYCOOK & CONFECTIONER TnnaB thi- opportunity of thanoint te Public of Tranlgon, and ourrounding istnrict, for oe patso o tnae he has rzfoiod from temn duringt e n?ateear",d oo? d solidolt adcontidauon OT ·leoa" facers for the utuore. Grocetries of the best quality on hand. Fruit in its' season. H. E. Henden, Tobacconist, BOO 0 K SELLER, STATIONE...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
AELBOUSNE MARKETS. (From "Mercury.') Wednesday. Messrs M'Caw, M'Illwrick, and Co. report:--We held our usual sale to day before a lerge atteidanes of buyers and experieaced a bat::r demand all round. Cheese-There was a full supply forward and cleared off a. con sidercble number of lines at slightly improved ratan. Good to prime qualities Id to 7d per pound; inferior to medium 2id to 5d per lb. Butke', potted-The supply forrward was large, and for all prime lines offered n fair competition was experiensed.. Prices ranged from 81d to 10d per pound; inferior and medium from 3d upwards. Freh.-We had en average supply forward, bat, owing to the close woa ther the condition of the butter was indifferent. Prine private driries (half-pounds) ranged from lid to is lid per pound (a few favorite brands over these rates) ; medium 9d to lid per pound; other sorts 5d upwards. Eggs (regular supply) ls 6d to lt 8d per doz. Turkeys 5s to 12s per pair. Ducks 3s 3d to 4s 9d per pair. Fowls 2s to 3s 9d...
TRARALGON MARKETS. Monday, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
TIIARiALGOON MARIKTS. -0 Monday, March 31. Mesirs A M1 Lean & Co report: Our yards on Monday were very fairly supplied with all classes ofcatt!c, which wc succeeded in clea.ring at satisfactory prices. We sold fit bullocks, good quality to £8 10s ; fat cows, inferior quality to £4 7s Gd; store bullocks 4 years old at £4, £4 10s, £4 150 to £6, the latter price being for good condi tioned ones ; 2 to 3yrs old steers from £3 7s Gd to £3 10s ; store heifers 2yrs old £42 s Gd to £2 10s ; vealers at £1 5s. We also sold a team of 12 working bullocks with waggon and tackle at £130; pigs at £1, £1 is to £1 10s. Richard Mackay, & Co. report for the week ending April 3rd: Fat Stock-No change in prices since our last report ; Stores, moving steady at late quotations. At the Morawellon Monday our yards were fairly supplied Store Cows up to £3; young steers from 27s to 30s ; vealers f2Gs Gd; odd lots at current rates. On Tuesday at Trafalgar we held a clearing out sale at Mrs Gibs...
FOG AS A DISINFECTANT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
FOG AS A DISINIFECTA T. It is well known that during fogs the air is clariiced by no current=, but oving to its stagnation becomes a re ceptacle for every foul and noxious gas and deadly germ that floats in the im pure air above the confined and suffo cating streets; and to such an extent is this the case that were it not for the fogs, it is possible that pestilent and deadly dangers would hover about every hoalsehold, and probably sweep away thousands, where now the yellow fog with its train of asthmatic and chest complaints claims its fifties. The reason of this is the " powerful antiseptic properties of the sulphurous acid fornied by Ithe burning sulphur," the fog beceming, therefore, 'a huge disinfectant, aliays, indeed disagree able, and at times offensive, but never theless possibly preventive of terrible. and universal evils.-" Good Words."
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
Miscellaneous. -- To Measure an acre.-Few farmers know the size of their fields or how many acres they contain. A field of the writer's, before it came into his possession, had been ploughed and reaped by contract for fifteen acres. On measuring it, it was found to con tain but twelve acres. It is desirable, in fact, indispensable for good work, that a farmer should know how many acres each field cont.sins, for otherwise he cannot apportion seed or manure for it, nor can he tell how much time it slould require to be ploughed. A measuring cord should be part of the furniture on every farm.' To make one procure sixty-seven feet of strong rope, one inch round, make a loop or fasten a ring or bar at each end, and make these exactly 60 feet apart. This is 4 rods. Then tie a pece of red rag in the centre. On acre of ground will be a piece four of the cords (chains) long, and two and one half wide, equal to 16 by 10 rods, makingl.10 square rods to one acre. Ths advantage of the ring or loo...
POSTPONEMENT OF FESTIVITIES IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
POSTPONEMENT OF FESTIVITIES IN MELBOURNE. The announcement of His Royal Highness's death was received in Mel tourne on Saturday forenoon, and .ona afterwards the event was marked by the display of flags at half-mast at the Old Treasury, the Town-hall, and at private business establishments. A special message was received by te Premier from the agent-general, and in reply he despatched the follow g cablegrams to Her Majesty: " On behalf of the people of Victoria, the Government respectfully express their sin. ie condolence with Her Majesty in her be. vresent." In the city and suburbs on Sunday e subject was referred to in prayer nearly all the Protestant churches, d in many cases the organists played e" Dead March in Saul" as the con etstions retired. Owing to the death of His Royal ighness, the entertainments which ere to have been given in honor of s Excellency the Marquis of Nor Sanby, prior to his departure from the lonyv, will a11 be postponed. These e the complimentary concert ...
THE THAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
M THE TEHAMES. The report of the Rol al Commission to inquire into.the polution of the River Thames by the discharge of the fewenrage of the metropolis has beenlaid on the table of both Houses of the British Parliament Among the con clusions arrived at are the following:- '" That it does not appear that hitherto the seweage discharge has had any serious prejudicial effect on the general liealthiness ofthe neighboring dietricts. But that there is evidence of certain evil eCgts of a minor kind on the health of persons employed on the river ,snd that there may reasonably be aniiety on the subjei t for the fu ture. That in bhot and dry weather there is serious nuisance and incon venience, extending to a considerable distance both below and above the out falls, from the foul state of the water consequent on the sewerage discharge. The smell is very offensive, and the water is at times unusable. That foul mud, partly composed of sewerage matter, accumulates at Erith and else where, and ad...
To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
To the Editor of th1 "Traralygo .ecord., Sir-Can,you inform me, if there is any known method of extracting mica from other foreign matters, such, for instance as clay, cement, &c. A reply in your next issue will oblige your's, etc OLD MINER. [Ed. T. R.-Weo would advise "Miner" to send a small parcel of the mica with clay, etc, in the state he describes, to the Ballarat School of Mines, where it will be tested by the best available talent. This is a new industry and we are not aware of any method that is laid down for the treat ment of the mica, mixed with other substances. We will, however, under. take to forward sample if "Miner" wishes it.]
DEATH OF PRINCE LEOPOLD. London, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
DEATH OF PRINCE LEOPOLD. London, March 28. His Royal Highness the Duke of Albany (Prince Leopold), the youngest sn of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, died suddenly to-day (Friday) at Cannes a the South of France, where he was rtaying. It appears that His Royal Highness slipped on the stairs of the club, in nring his knee. He was removed to the villa of Captain Percival, where he was placed in bed, no serious results being anticipated. He read the newspapers, and at supper conversed gaily with those around him. At 0 o'clock in the morning, Dr Royle, who was sleeping in the Duke's bedroom, was startled by hearing His Royal Highness breathing heavily. The doctor immediately got up, Cap tain Percival was sent for, and every attention was rendered to the patient, but without avail. Epileptic convul sions ensued, and in six minutes the Duke died in the arms of his host. The immediate cause of death was e usion of the brain HisRoysl Highness was previously an plendid health,and on the precedin...
MORWELL POLICE COURT. Tuesday, April 1st. (Before A. W. Howitt Esq., P.M. and J. Sykes Esq, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
MORWELL POLICE COURT. -o_ Tuesday, April 1st. (Before A. W. Howitt Esq., P.M. and J. Sykes Esq, J.P.) Four men named Rielly, Keogh, Dwyer, and Flannagan were charged by the police with fighting and disor derly conduct, on Sunday, on the 3Iir bco railway line. A lot of conflicting evidence was taken, after which Keogh was discharged, Flannagan fined £3, Rielly £2, and Dwyer £5. As the latter did not appear a warrant was issued for his arrest. A man named Condon was charged with making use of filthy language in the vicinity of a camp where a lot of women and children were, as also with disorderly conduct-fighting. John Quigley Esq., J.P., who happened to have been present at the time, was called as a witness by the police, and handed in to the Bench a slip of paper on which he had written down the vile language made use of by defendant, and which Mr Quigley justly observed was too filthy to be uttered. For the obscene language Condon was fined £5, and for the disorderly conduct £, A s...
Toongabbie. Tuesday, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
Toongabbie. --- From our own correspondent. Tuesday, April 1. Rain commenced falling here early on Saturday last, and continued throughout the day. The inhabitants were in hopes that a heavy fall was about to take place, but they were doomed to disappointment as it took up early on Sunday morning, and the gloomy expression again overapread the faces of the unfortunates, and showed their dread of a continuance of the drought. The Shire Council, however, have decided to put two dams across the creek, and also to sink an artesian well in order to supply the township with water. The want of two trains a day is keenly felt in these parts, persons can not even go to Sale without occupying two days on the trip. A meeting was held in Mr Slater's Hotel on Saturday, 29th inst, for the purpose of electing trustees for the Toongabbie Race Course, Messrs Slater Coote, Shepherd, Moore, and OMeara being chosen. A meeting of the directors of the Gippsland Marble and lime Company took place at their...
Callignee. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
.--0-- Therohas been some talk, in days gone by, of making a move to obtain signatures for a petition to the Local Board of Advice to obtain a State School, but nothing has yet come out of it. We have now the Public Hall that would answer the purpose of a school building,so that were our request tor a teacher sent to the right quarter, i believe the Minister of Education would have no hesitation in granting this boon, for there can be nd doubt but that it would be a great blessing to many families who are now deprived of the sound practical knowledge impar ted by our trained State School peda gogues. We have, I believe, a possible thirty, who are of school age, but of course this could not be accepted as an average, the district being widely scattered. So now that good reasons can be brought forward for the obtaining of the privilege of free education, I hope no delay will be made in the preparation of the requisite application. -Communicated.
AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
AMillc]i \t ITEMS, --- En:,-!: ,,v;' ,V?,, o' t L L , n: u Ih 10!.,r ,vir-'nd r.ý a pteseu' from tic r, i nt , t tlhe coallany a turl:ey a s:c or tw, L .-re t 'h tans. I toi k lIf2 tur]:ke to g , round. 'I'Ilv we e albout to ilirv a granld cdi i d Co i' e? ! rTulrOe:, .of :,!emphtis. lhl] t .omeotno ins:sted :Iht it shouhl be hath5d and rlapy. ,tn the back' It i o.n :.live anC d dI :. il. 'I1 e P'? incess l)o!?onun)ka, the late ('z%!"as' t Miitll"S, has' taht-n a house in Bi ,ravia. Dr tial. lt fhr, who if nris-Iner at C' t itm. is r 1-rted..r'- to make a r.v f.latIon tf the whole dynamite ,n-1)Irac1 upon conditi nI of his re Thie rfevival f If INfiift 'ativity has hafl a to rible ,fle?ct up n tlef Czar. 1God 1 riva if(l'rmii t'on rcpres ents hint \ sult rign lrm d' iritunl and the sentries in and about his palace :vc ..n trehkdif. The life of his l,: .1on is new thfatened. Lldye ('olin CaLi pl ) l while awaiting thte ft'afiully s?ns:,tihal proceedings which will c11arate- ri he-r c...
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
THE GfAZETTE* -0 Sales of Crown Lands will be held at Sale on the Sth, and also on the 29th instant; at Traralgon on the 30th. Run liable to forfeiture-J. Merry's, Deighton West. The licenses (under See. 19) of T. Smith, 50a, Callignee, and W. Keogh, 207 Or 32p, Loy Yang have been de clared void,and open for selection under Part II. Excursion tickets, available for one month from day of issue, will be obtain able from the 8th to 16th instant. A Court of Petty Session will be held at Trafalgar, on the 2nd Monday in each month, at 3 p.m., in future. Tenders for Fencing, at Toongabbie Police Station, close on 10th April.
THE BREAD COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
'IITE ?READ) COMPETITION. S On \Wednesday, the 26th inst., I nanongst the 90 exhibitors, Mr Joseph o Dold, of ourkle street, was the best s baker of plain bread, and that Mr S. L. Oakpe, of Alphilgton, and Mr R. g M'Luck'c, of lHamiliton, were the next Sbest in order. g The work of determining the prizes I fr tlney bread caused trouble to the 1 judges and tribulation amongst the exhibitors. The first prize was finally e allotted to J. Pennington and Co, of , Calton ; the second.to S J. Oakes, of i- Alphington, who filled the same posi tion for plain bread ; and the third y prize to George hlilne, ofGeorg -street Ii Filzroy. The exhibits of J. Cornwall, s ofCarlton, in the household bread sec n tion, and of A. I Intosh, Northcote, in the fancy division, were botlh highly n commended. It was unaniiously de It cided ta hold another show on a much n larger scale. it For home-made bread the jury of a ladiesappointed had called in an ex s pert. In several cases it was suspected that the t...
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 April 1884
MULTUM II PARVO. -0 The English mail leaves Melbourne on the 10th inst. It was five years on Wednesday since the Gippsland line was opened. Last Thursday, 120 baskets of fish were condemned at the Melbourne market, and 100 on Saturday. A few of the principal residents of the townshili met last evening to bid fare. well to Mr Kaye, who is about to leave for a visit to Europe. and also to wish him a prosperous journey. [ It has been decided by the Cricket I Club Committee to arrange a match on Good Friday between the Married v. Single. Play to commence at 12 o'clock, and all are requested to at tend. At the Toongabbie Police Court on Thursday, before A. W. Howitt Esq, P.M., and John Buntine Esq, J.P., the t following cases were dealt with--Kil martin v. Hart, work and labor £4, order for amount and 2lscosts; Holm 1 v. Jones, work and labor, £4 14s, £1 10s had been paid on account, order for £3 4s and 5s costs; Parry v. Timms, work and labor, £9 5s, order for amount and 2s 6d costs; te...