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TRARALGON POLICE COURT Thursday, May 22. (Before A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.M., [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

TRtEALGON POLICE COURT Thurday, May 22. (Before A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.M., The Truant Officer v. W. Handley, non-attendance of child at school the required number of days. Fined 2s Eamer. Thomas Walsh. Fined 10s, being the second offence. Same v. C. Widdis. Fined 5s. Licensing. lary Freitag made application for permission to carry on the license lately held by her late sister, Mrs Downing, she having purchased the business Adjourned till the court of 26th June. A resident of Loy Yang states that there are upwards of 30 children of schoolage at Loy Yang, where they are endeavoring to get a new school.

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

-0 (Published every Friday mo:ning.) FRIDAY, 3rAY 23, 18S4, Railroad extension and increased settlement stimulate trade and enter prise. Railways need central depots. There are centres of population, and there should be great milling centres in our several provinces in Victoria. Mills should increase in number and capacity as population grows, and in dustrial progress is encouraged on all hands. Transport facilities mean di minished chllarges, whether manufac ture or agriculture is cultivated, as the raw material which keeps mills going is gathered over an ever widening area, and lines of rail or tramway are ready to receive, at outlying stations, any quantity in store. It is by the skilful management of modern machinery, with its labor saving appliances, that, according as means of rapid communication are de veloped, work as sound and substantial work and supplies can be insured, in paces distant from Melbourne, as, until lately, could not elsewhere be t supplied. Mills with good m...

WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

WESLEYAN CIiURCII. Rev. F. A. Herman at Hazelwood ... 11 a.m. Morwell ... 2'30 p.m. Traralgon ... 7 p.m.

THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

THE GAZETTE. W. S. Stewart, Esq. of Narracan; A. English, Esq., of Neerim ; and J. English, Esq.,of Mardan. have been appointed Justices of the Peace. A post office has been opened at Yinna:, via Hazelwood. A land sale will. be conducted at Sale on the 10th June, of Crown Lands. Issue of new licenses under Sec. 49, Act 1869, approved.-D. Boyle, 20 acres; D. M'Alpine, 20 acres, Carra jung; R. O'Gorman, 20-acres, Mary vale. Applications under Lnad Act 1869, refused and abandoned, and open for selection on 30th Mlay, at 9 n.m. Edwd. H. Gamble, 320 acres ; Edwd. Gamble, 320 acres; Rose Crinnagan, 128 acres, at Tanjil ; John Horrocks, 100 acres; Arthur Lewthwaite, 320 acres; James Pentland, SO acres, at Moondarra; Jas. Gordon, 200 acres, Tarwin; Walter Missen, 100 acres, Poowong; D. Spence, 320 acres, Jum bunna ; C. Bickley, 320 acres, Narra can South ; C. M'Clelland, 320 acres, Allambee East; A. MIulvanna, 150 acres, Budgeree ; Thos. Walsh, 20 acres, Yinnar. The application of Henry Cri...

Toongabbie. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

Toongabbie. -0 Fron our own correspondent. Wednesday. The committee of the Mechanics Institute and Freo Library have esued a report and balance sheet vhich contains every information as to lhe working of the institute. The Bank of Australasia uses the hall once a week, and the Government, in res ponse to an application of the committee have agreed to rent the hall at £20 per annum, to hold the court of Petty 3essions therein. A. W.Howitt, Es. has consented to deliver a lecture on mining in Gippsland, on a future date in aid of the institute, which has now a debt of £100 upon it. The building etc. cost upwards of £It50, and, consi dering that it has only been opened a few months, financial matters are very satisfactory. Several of our lalies have promised to inaugurate a ba:zaar, so that we will have very little to clear ott during next year. The good people of T ongabbie held a jubileo a few nights ago, the occa sion being tile ball in celebration of the opening of the Goods Sheds, ...

AGRICULTURAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

AGEIUULTURAL NOTES --Q-o Corn Stalks as Fodder.-There are better materials for fodder than corn stalks. Cattle have to eat a large quan tity of the dry stuff in order to satiate their hunger, and there is a liability to overload the stomach, and cause impac tion, which is dangerous. Stalks should not be fed in large quantities alone that is, without roots or grain to act as a preventive ofimpaction. Linseed oil meal is an excellent ration to go with such dry fodder, and some such meal or grain is almost indispensable to the best results. Potatoes or apples can also be used to advantage, and good clover hay can be given with stalks with profit. To get the best results with corn stalks, they should be run through a feed-cutterinto short lengths, wet slightly, and two quarts of midd lings in a quart of meal per bushel mixed in with them. The point we make is that corn stalks are not nutritious, nor always safe, fodder when used in large quantities, and that what they lack should be sup...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

The Railway. Trains for Melbourne leave Traralgon ... S"9 55 Morwell ... 30 6"17 Mloe ... 85- 6-41 Melbourne (arrive) 110 10 52 For Sale leave a.m. p.m. Traralgon .. 11"43 9"30 Flynn's Creek ... 123 9"52 Rosedale ... 1215 10'4 Sale, arrives ... 1250 10"39 On Saturdays only, a train will leave Traralgon for Sale, at 8"10a.m., retur ning from Sale at 9355 a.m. For Heyfield leaves . Traralgon-. ... 12"5 [noonj Heyfield, arrives 1'23 p.m. Leaves Heyfield . 20 p.m Traralgon, arrives 5.3S W. T. BETTESON, KAYE STREET, Asvs for a continuation of the favors which he has received in the past from the inhabitants ofj Traralgon and surrounding districts. A Large Stock of DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES GROCERIES, : IRONMONGERY, & S-. - , CROCKERYWABE To choose from. Comparison of Quality and Prices invited. 5 percent. Discount for Cashon all Drapery parcels exceeding £1. TRABALGON POSTAL A:RRANGEEENTS. SAItLS CLOSE, FOR Melbourne Warragul Daily at 7'40 a.m. and Dronin Moe 5"30 p.m. Morwell Wat...

FIELD AND GARDEN. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

FIELD AND GARDEN. -o MAY. FLOWEE GARDEN:.- Continue the planting of trees and shrubs of all the hardier kinds; likewise edgine and hedges. Let the making and altering of flower beds be done as early as con venient. Put in cuttings of roses and other deciduous shrubs. Destroy scale on oleanders and other shrubs by means of quick-lime or Kerosene and water. Lift dahlia roots, and store them under cover; Layer ornamental shrubs Di. vide and replant herbaceous peren nials. Tas FILD.-Oats intended for hay should be all in this month at the la test. Clean culture, thick sowing, and sufficient manuring are required on the hay farm. Oats and barley for grain should be attended to about the begin ning of the month, and up to the end of June in the earlier districts; but in cooler localities, if the season be late, good crops have been obtained sown up to August. Peas should be sown this month. This is not only a good crop for producing a heavy yield of stock food, but it is invaluable for cl...

THE HOT WATER MANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

TilE HOT WATER MANIA. -o- In dealing with physical ills which mankind is heir to, as in everything else, particular remedies, outside of those prescribed by regular physicians, have their season.. Just now it is said to be hot water ; and it is so much in vogue that the "aMedical News" calls it the " hot water mania." People are taking hot watsr for every sort of ail ment and disease. There are doubtless thousand= of dyspeptics who devote themselves several times a day to the irrigation of their stomachs by the use of hot water as a beverage. If people must be dosing, it is fair to assume that hot water, if its purity is assured, is a more innocent remedy than many which are indulged in. It is certainly a remedy at hand for which those must he thankfusl who are either poor in purse or reside a distance from phy sician and drug store. But there may be such a thing as too much hot water, as there is of very many things which have more character. And this is what the "Medical News" ass...

AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

AMERiCAN ITEIS. -o- A Willimantic, Conn., lady, more then eighty years of age, is reperted ill of the rmeasles, which she escaped in childi cod. A cersus of s!torting men and ath letes in Canada gives 15,000 lacrosse player', 5000 curlers, 400) snowshoers, 3000 or -' 00 cricketers, 2000 football phyers, 100: towing a-on, 1000 base ballets, 1C00 bicyclists, and 10,000 gi ven t ) other spurts. The tmunicipal scho0!s in Paris are now visited recguarly twice a month by medical inspec ors,~ho are also re quired in urgent cases. It is hoped by these nuans to limit the spread of cootiagious diseases. There are 126 of these doctors, aid they iecetie £30 a year each. In some parts of Java, at a wedding, the bride, as a sign of her subjection, Ikneels and washes the f-et of the bridegroom after he has trodden upon raw eggs. IMr Ross, for nearly sixty years, con nected with the reporter's gallery of the House of Commons, and for a long per!cd chief reporter of the "Times," has just retired. Th...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

-0 WANTED a good general Servant. Apply-Mrs. D. CAMPBELL, Traralgon Park. FOR SALE 1,000 Strigy.bark and lion-bark Posts for sale, cheap. Apply -D. LIDDY, Traralgon, TENDERS T0 BUILDERS--Tenders are invited till 4 p.m. on Monday, 16th June. for the I erection of a TWO-STOREY BRICK HOTEL, opposite the Railway Station, Tra ralgon, for Mr C. Neville. Plans and speci fications may be seen at the office of the I undersigned; the office of the "Mercnry,' Sale, and at the office of A. E. Moore, 4S Queen-street. Melbourne. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. JAMES CAMPBELL, Architect, Traralgon, Sth May, 1S84. TENDERS will be received until June lot ' for ringing 67 acres of land adjoining 1 the St te School, Tyers. Apply-Pl. KLEESATTEL, Traralgon. SHIRE OF TRARALGON. -0 NTOTICE is hereby given that no Occupier ' or Owner of rateable property, within the Shire of Traralgon, will bhe entitled to be enrolled, in respect ot such property unless, ALL RATES due on the same l.evE B...

MULTUM IN PARVO [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

MULTUMI IS PARVO MIr Bonhomme has entered into a contract with Mr C. Neville to supply the bricks required for the erection of the new hotel, and will deliver at once. Mr Bonhomme has engaged several new hands, but still finds difficulty in meeting his numerous or3ers. Since Morgan's sentence of death was pissed, all the old stories about him, and some new ones, have been talked over. It is stated that he dis covered the body of a little girl in a shallow pool of water at Panmure some years ago. The little girl was sent out with dinner for her father (a farmer), and never returned. The small amount of water in the hole was remarked on at the time of the discovery of the body. Efforts have also been made to connect Morgan with the violation and murder of a little girl in Tasmania four-and twenty years ago.-" World." On Friday last a farmer named James Healey, residing at Omeo Plains, while under the influence tf drink, fell from his torse, and was so seriously injured that death ensu...

MISCELLANEOUS. London, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

.1ISCELLANEOLU. London, May 19. The rising in Zululand continues to spread, and Sir Osborn, the British resident and commissioner in the r, served territory, has appealed to the chief, John Dunn, for assistance. The British troops at Ekowe, in the reser ved territory, are fortifying the place: London, May 19. In accordance with the decision re cently arrived at by the Admiralty authorites, to place an admiral in com mand of the Australian naval station, Rear-Admiral Sir Frederick William Richards, K.C.B., will succeed Com modore Erskine in June. Lndon, May 19. The "Standard" expresses its belief that the bulk of the shareholders in the Oriental Bank will be unable to meet the calls that will be made spon them. London, May 10. A bank has been established in Hamburg, under powerful auspi-es, for'the purpose of carring on busine:s with the British colonies. Constantinople, May 19. News has been received of a great conflagration at Bei Bazaar, in asiatic Turkey, resulting in the destruc...

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

3MELBOURIvNE MAIKETS. Wednesday. 31-rs R1. G;ib?on and Co. report :-Fat Cattle.-We quote bet lpens bullocks worth £11 los to £13 los; good, £9 los to £10 10s. We sold 2200 for different owners, including Campbell's Traral on lark bullocks, averag in- £8 17s id; Smititif Lindenow bullocks, t GI ; Crd (nokcs Hol-y Plains bullocks. £10 is Pd; nMrphys liBackwood Park bul locks £10 ls Cd; 31l1tillan's Caldermeade bullhck. £ :. Int heep.-- 15,100 ycarded; iod a t lime scnarce, a lnd fetehlcdnadanced price ; beit crostrlrdi fetching t ls to lis id (no lt:avy weights tering) ; best merinos 13s 6d. We -old 2000. 3I-esr, A. I31'I.can rrd Co. report :--Fat i'attle.--lMarkt down 15,. We -old 22c boul r lck<.at 3latia, to LS ; 73 cows, W. luckley'cd to l7 1t3 ; 1t bullocks. 3laedonald 's at L- tI s i. ; II bullocks. Writglcswortlhs, at LS ?s; t10 bukek. Drdman's at LS 2s 'd; 10 bul lemI. (tlrkeaml Tel!fer at I. 12s G;d; 11 hullo,',. 31'Kenzie 1,7 : 11 cows, Fenton's at L?; s Cd ; 20 b...

THE GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

..-.--o----- T SOUrTHERN RAIL I,..? n and Gibb, MIs..A., ir W. J. Clarke, Dr :.: B;~ an,Ms.L.C., Major S.",1 Rersts Bell and Fincham, W.: ? -5edneindOay introduced to ":_-itnr oi Railways a large I-J- deputation, consisting :::: t' of districts lyiEg be ropois and Port Albert. S deir deputation was to A ,ion of the Great Sou Ste coming Railway ; -id the matter wasoo of ,c o:h to the district and :: :. The country tra : z o.lhrlv wellp palated, - r flailities were afforded, t reduce would be tI ? .there was an inex S d Port Albert. The ileroull:e comprised , ilst there were h'r·, to be selected vet. This c: . :de te oo-wee-rup . "[:: was reserved from se : ?:sent, if the railway :.: and the swamp still re : t t injustice would be done, " become a breeding place tc.· and kangaroo's. It was t: w ;ime the Gippsland line .,J~ed, that it would not pay : _??was the fact? Afterpaying t -: "etrenses, it yielded over four :zr:, anjd the revenue was steadily The line asked for would .--?~ espe...

NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

NEWS AND NOTES. ------e.-- The proprietors of the several places of business in the township have agreed to close their establish ments this afternoon, to further the in terest to be taken in the Athletic eports. The ladies of Rosedale are alive to the advantages to be attained by tree planting in the streets, and with a cou rage worty of imitation presented a petition to the Shire Coureil asking that tree planting may be commenced this season, before it is too late, we don't see how the Councillors can re fuse a petition from such a source. The first football match of the sea son to be played against a rival town will be played to-morrow afternoon on the iReserve against the Maorwell team, as the latter Club purpose sending their best 20 and are confident of victory, the Committee of the local Club de sire that all players shonld muster in force so that they may be able to make a creditable stand. Players are re quested to be on the ground at o'clock sharp. The team is to be chosen...

ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 19TH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 23 May 1884

ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. --0- Mornar, MAY 0LT. Present : The President, (Cr Ross), and Cr Irwin, Greenwell, Meldrnm, O'Meara, Pederson, Moore, and Biam. Correspondence. From Walter Handley, Flynn's Creek, asking council to pay him £5, for grubbing ad stacking at Flynn's Creek Bridge, about 12 months since. £1 passed. From S. Skeels, Longfordc, informing council that there is a house in course of erection on the main road to Long ford near Sutherland's selection. Also stating that the council had spent about £70 on road. Secretary to communi cate with Mr Thompson. From MIr Ambrose Campbell, ten d=ring his resignation as treasurer of this shire. Accepted. From James Campbell, C.E., repor ting that after careful inspection of the bridge recently erected over the River Thomson. near Cowwar, for the joint shires of Rosedale and Maffra, he cer tifies as follows :-That the work has been well carried out, and the bridge is a well constructed and substantial structure, and has been (with the ...

Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

Miscellaneous. -o It has been reported to the detective police that a somewhat extensive rob bery was recently committed at the Melbourne General Post-office. From inquiries made it appears that on the 20th March last a parcel containing '920 in notes, the numbers of which were known, was arranged tobe trans mitted through the postal registration branch from a provincial agency to the head office of tile National Bank of Australasia, but it was never delivered at the destination. A? investiga:ion was at once instituted, but owing to the peculiar circumstances surrounding the robbery, a good deal of difficulty was encountered in clearing the mys tery up. Three of the stolen notes were ultimately traced to the family of Mr William Mason, brother of 3r F. C. MIason, the member for South Gippoland, who has occupied the posi tion of clerk in postal regis:ration branch of the department since April, 1SS2. He was at once suspended, and called upon for an ex lanation, which was not consider...

European News. AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

European New?s. (From the "Argus.") AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN London, May 26. Mr Clifford Lloyd, the Minister of the Interior, who has been granted two month's leave of absence on the ground of ill-health, is leaving Egypt. The latest news from the Soudan slates that a strong rebel force is in the vicinity of Shendy, a town on the Nile, about midway between Khartoum and Berber. The insurgents who, for some time past, have been threatening Dangol], have captured Debbeh, a few miles from that town. London May 27. According to the latest news from the Soudan, it is repor ed that Berber has not yet been captured by the in surgents. The rising of the Nile has already commenced.

THE GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 30 May 1884

THE GREAT SOUrIERIc RAIL" WAY. The reservationof land in districts where State railways are to be constructed in order to afterwards realise upon it part or the whole cost of the line, was a practice not adopted in this colony, prior to the construc tion of the Great Southern Railway in South Gippeland. The only real instance of the kind is the reservation of the 70.000 acres to the east of Poowong by the present Minister of Lands in July last. For although the Rooweerup swamp hadbeen recently reerved, it was partly for the purpose of executing the reclasation of the inundated part. a work which plivate enterprise seemed to be unable to cope with. The prospect of greotly en hanced value being given to land throughout South Gipplland by the construction of the Great Southern line impressed the Minister of Lands with the desirability of withholding some of the most fertile are alont the route from sale or selection, with a view of dispo sing of it at some subsequent date at the im pro...

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