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LIST OF COURTS. POLICE COURTS— JUNE, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884
LIST OF COURTS. POLICE Counrs JUNE, 18S4. Rosedale, on Wednesday, 4th, at 11 n.m. Toongabbie, on Thuradey,, 5th, at 11 a.m.; summonses issued on Friday, 30th May. Traralgon, on Thursday', 12th and 26th, at 10 a.m.; summonses issued on Fridays, 6th and 20th. Monrell,on Wednesday, 1Sth, at 10 a.m.; summonses issuedon Wednesday, 11th. Moe, on Saturday, 21s', at 10 a.m.; Warden's Court. same date, at 9 a.m.; summonses issued on Saturday. 14th. Summonses for all above courts issued at IRosedale every Monday.
COURT OF INSOLVENCY. TUESDAY, JUNE 17. (Before His Honor Judge Hickman Molesworth.) EXAMINATION OF JAMES ROGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884
COURT OF INSOLVENCY. -:O: TrESDAr. JUNE 17. (Before His Honor Judge Hickman Molesworth.) EAMINATIOS OE JAMES EOGERS. Mr Spong appeared for the insol vent; .Mr Bushe for the assignee, and several creditors who had proved their debts ; and Mr Wise for Messrs Eng lish, Little, and Co. Mr Spong explained that he had taken up the case as the last moment, and as he found a number of the in solvent's papers were in the hands of Mr Bencraft, solicitor, who declined to givethem up because he had a lien on them. His Honor said he would deal with the point when it rose. James RJgers, haviag identified his insolvency schedule, deposed: Have been carryingon business as a farmer and grczier for some years. In Sep tember last owned a farm at Eagle hawk, known as Gre:ndale, about 190 acres in extent. Could not remember how many head of cat: e. there were on toe furm then: the number would range from 20 to 50 head per month. Might have bought a mob of bullcks and heifers from Messrs English, Little,...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884
Tuesday. Timms v. Casey.-Action to recover £35, breakages and removal of a pile. Mr Wise for plaintiff, MIr Bushe for defendant. The case for the plaintiff was that defendant, who had rented a mill from the fLrmer, had destroyed some of the machinery, and had not repaired it, and had removed timber not his pro pertv. For the defence it was argued that thle machinery was in a bad state when defendant took it. Verdict for plaintiff for £15, with £10 2s Gd costs. Execution stayed for one week, to give defendant leave to move for a nonsuit on a law point.- " Times."
SALE COUNTY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884
SALE CO NTY COURT. --o-- On: Monday His Honor Judge Molesworth dealt with, O'Mara and others v. Mooney : Mr MrBushe for plaintiff's, Mr Wise for defendant. This wase an action to re cover £16, value of certain timber. His Honor alluded to the conflict of evidence as regarded the original owne'ship of the piles, and as to whether Bosisto was in the employ of Skinner. The plaintiff had not satis fied him as to ownership. Mr Bushe accepted a nonsuit, with £11 4s 6d costs. Hopkine v. O'Mara: Mr- Wise for plaintiff; Mrb Bushe for defence. Claim £17 10s, value of certain cattle bought from defendant, which subse quently turned out to be stolen. Tshe ca:e hinged upon an an implied sarrantrv the circumstances not being denied. Evidence was called to show the cir cumstances under which the bullocks were sold, and a verdict was given for £17 10s, and costs £7. Casey v. Timms and Wife: Mr Bushe for plhintiff ; Mr Wise for de fence. This was an.action to recover £40 for trespass. His Honor said...
HIDDEN TREASURE G.M. CO. VISITING DIRECTORS' REPORT. TO THE DIRECTORS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884
HIDDEN TREASURE G.M. CO. -:o: VISITING DIRECTORS' REPORT. TO THE DIRECTORS, &C. GErTLEMEN,-In accordance with your * instructions, we inspected the company's Smine and works on the 2tith April. We visited the dam, and found Mr. Dolan and his men enraged in heightenino the banks, the first level havin- been found to be Ift. Sin. too low to drive the battery. The engineer made a serious mistake, which will without doubt cost the company more r money than it would have clone had the levels been properly taken in the first in stance; therefore it remains now for you to 1taike what steps you may deem requisite in the matter. Mr. Dolan is making avery creditable job of the dam to resist the cur rent, which there is no doubt will be very strong at times. The lenth of the embank meat is 17Sft. The Race.-The horses are all erected. and the sills nearly all laid. excepting about three chains for which the timbers are all cut. placed in convenient heaps, and ready to be carted in; but ...
SHIRE OF TRARALGON. THURSDAY, JUNE 18TH, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884
SHILRE OF TRAiRAGON. TaHUSDAY, JUNE 18TH, 1884. Present: President Kelleher, and Crs Bodycomb, Breed, Firmin, and Peterkin. Minutes. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. Correspondence. From J. UI. Matthews, calling atten tion to the bad state of the road bet ween the properlies of Messrs W. Daly and Appllegate at Hazelwood, asking the council to erect two small culverts. e From Donald Shaw, asking that the gradient of the hill on the North Ha zelwood road, between Mr R. Hard a ing's and Mr R. Watson's be grubbed 1 and cleared. . From Mr M'Donald, Bennett's Creek, asking the consideration of a petition sent some time ago, requesting that the Jeeraling to Morweil road, from W. Geale's selection be cleared. 6 From J. F. -Deppeler, asking for ,t further works on contract now being d done on Champ's road. Held over till e next meeting. From J. M'Lean, requesting repairs e to road in Seymour-street, close to the gravel-pit. From Matthew Englibh, Foster, stating t...
AGRICULTURAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884
AGRCIUULTURAL NOTES -o A correspondent of an exchange writes :-" When oats or other feed get low in the granary, instead of straining to reach them, nail a stout strip to a bucket or box with which they can be easily lifted.-A. horse of mine takes especial delight in rolling in mud or manure. I tie an old broom stick to the currycomb and stand off at a clear and safe distance, until I get the worst of it removed. If in ploughing the land-side hoise is a Iazy one and crowds over against the one in the furrows, take an inch board about six inches square, and through a hole in the centra drive a wooden pin sharpened at one end. Tie this to the back-band of the furrow horse so that the lazy one will strike it every time he crowds, and he will soon get tired of doing so. Always have on hand a paper of copper rivets of assorted sizes and an ciled leather for cutt;ng strings to keep the harness mended with, then breaks can be readily mended, or those threatened in tugs, lines, straps, &...
Latest Intelligence Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884
Latest Intelligei11 S 3y Electric Telegraph. ,;(From our own vorr.p)~dint.) Thursd5y e;e-I Australian Eleven v. C . University.-The Auhiralien : won with 1 inings and e1 - spare. Cambridge in a tnie 174 runs went in for the ' " Wings but made no eta:.? falin4 with sore o ls r,; i: i match commences this day (r' at Manchester, against elere North of England. The questions on the no:ie for this evening are of no gea_ portance; there are the nmotioj unopposed list, among which '. rams mea is to ask about ho, and why, the associated banksh out of Governmentduring twie years past. After these promec the Premier proposes to start t bate about Federation on the ,:, the Sydney Convention confusion. Huchingsand Noonan,all?,edt: been wronoly convicted, reCsp? whom the "Herald" has beea ho for some time past are, accordi, thatjournal, to be release1, pr: another trophy of its tritumph police villanies.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884
Applications from persons qualified and desirous of admission to the first year's course of training of the Vic torian Education Department will be received until 30,h June. A mob of bullocks, consisting of about 500 head, passed through Tra ralgon on Monday, "en route ' to Mr. Roberts n's station at C0Iac. The petition of the Roseddle ladies re tree-planting has been granted by the Shire ouncil. Mounted-constable Dangay has re ported to the Police Department the finding of a highly practicable route under the snow line, wh:ch can be traversed all the year round, from Omeo and Cobungra to Bright.
FIELD AND GARDEN. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884
FIELD AIND GARDEN. JONE. OncH.nn AnD cVIoErADn.-Finish the planting of vines and all other fruit trees. Dig or plough the soil of the orchard as soon as the trees are pruned; dress with manure, if the soil is poor. Dress fruit trees with some kind of insecticide. Mulch newly-planted trees. Examine apples and pears in the fruit room occasionally, and clear out any showing signs of decay. KITCHIIE GMDEN..-Sow peas and broad beans, cabbage, lettuce, cauli flowers, and spinach. Thin and trans fllant onions. Manure and dig or trench pround as it becomes vacant. Early gidney potatoes may be planted. Globe artichokes may be divided andreplanted Make hotbeds for early cucumbers. Make plan of garden divisions, and arrange for future cropping. Tan FIEn.--Good month for barley sowing in the early districts. One of the best seedbeds for barley is in a rota tion after mangolds or othergreen crops and as much of this kind of produce is ready for harvesting this month, an excellent opportunity is ...
THE TOMATO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884
THE TOMATO. .--- o ? The tomato, when' once planted in this country, grows like a weed, and reproduces i!self in almost every des cription of soil. Dr Bennet ascribes to this fruit the following important medical properties:-lst. That the tomato is one of the most powerful aperients of the liver and other organs ; where calomel is indicated, it is pro bably one of the most effective and least harmful remedial agents known to the profresion. 2od. That a chemical extract may be obtained from it that will supersede the use of calomel in the cure of disease. 3rd. That he has successfully treated diarrhma with this article alone. 4th. That when used as an article of diet it is almost sovereign for dyspepsia and indigestion. 5th. That it should be constantly used for daily food; either cooked, raw, or in the form of catsup, it is the most heabthy article flow in usei-" Queens lander," September 12. _ 1
AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884
AMER[, AN ITtEMS. 'te dltest novelty in Paris .a a pri vate circus. A Balltimore widow poisoned herself because a boy of eightten would not I marry her. The boy wanted to, but I the m'other spanked him and put him down a cellar. The prohibitionists of Connecticut I have nominated E',isba I. Palmer for Governor, and adapted resolutions de manding a cons i.tnionsl amendment to ouppress the liquor tratie. A monumenu is to be erected by or der of the G;overtnr: of Queret ro "oexico, on th.c hill of ins Cnmprnus, to mark thes .pot xihe?r? Maximilian and the Genera!s ]Majea and Miramon met their death. A fifteen .year-old girl who eloped recently fr omt her honme in Detroit said, as one of her reasons for so doing, that she want ed to be yroung enough when her gold en wedding came round to enjoy it,. A Hfashinglon boardih g-bouse mis tress ' as created ci.nsiderablo excite meniit in one of the Loreus of the'trea sury department by publicly cow-hi din a young cis?. wiho had failed to pa' j...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884
TENDERS for the supply of 3000 pieces REDGU1 s or lRONfltt. eanL : lIf0 fect long 8 x 6 inches. delivered at Ilaishay Station. Melbourne, will be received at my-office, 123 ('ollins-street, West, Melbourne, up to noon on Tuesday, 1st July, ISS4. JOHN ROOBB. HIidc.en Treasure G. M. Co. -o- A 31Ei4TING of shareholders, in the Siidd en Tre.sure G. 1. Co., Deptford, will be hl, I at Ilickox's IIHotel, Traralgon,on Weldn.sday, 25th inst.. at 7'30 p.m.-To consid?rhe , npresont position and mangement oe tie Comp"p. y -fi tne tat et business is likely to be dis. CU Ld, a.llhm - eholders (particularly contri buhdng) are req oested to Ltenld .IOIIN MARTIN. F. G. HICKOX. 1.AXD O E OPE PUC ILIC M 1EE TING for the purpose of iA ,ll5eraesies t The 'ralgon Insand I, lHopea, lll it ldini te hlechantics' Ilestitutte oe I echslss t -1th of ,seess. at 7-30 pm. Pichlar .skn. -r "' wil ' . l reside The, re-tins rill he ld Ireesd by the Rels. J. G. Wilson and F. , Ilerman and othler gentlem- o. sed eeIue...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884
MELBOLURN.E 3J?il iES. A -'Lean S& Co. report :-Fat Cattle. 1700 drawn for. and no material alteration in pricr. We sold 21 bullocks for 31r bIoland to £9 1s Gd; 11 for Mir D. S3ICole. ksar.. at £ : 13 O-borne Eros. at £8 : rind cow- es £6 10s : D. 31-Cole. junr.. bullocks at £7. caws at £3 17s ;d; Counlon ' bullocks at £3 Is G;d: .Mr Fenton. junr., cows at £4 2o Gd. and! sros, bullocks and cows at market rate'. We al&lt;o sold 20 calves for different owners if?e. :;e: to ~37. ,!essr' Peck. Hu1 on, and Paynr rep rt : Cattle.--Anything' good sold and made a slitht advance i inferior easier. We :old 3; Herfield ,bulocks avernaged £10 its; lit do Mr W. Wrigglc.worthfs at £9 12s dd : 1o 3i1r Winm. Mannon's bullocks at £912-. cow- at £7 17- Gd : O103rmWi. Whittaker at £10 2' d; and others, principally from We-tern l',rt and the Goulburn, to £12 5s. Calve' rf all description:s o-al much hi:her. Meers. R. oilbEon and Co. report:--Fat Cartle--100 fornard. mostlr indifferent ...
The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1884. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884
-o (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JUNE 20, ISS4, NEWS AND NOTES. -o. Several articles, including the leader, hare been held over, owing to the nu merous lengthy reports of various local institutions. On Tuesday evening When the Sale train had left the station, one of the porters might have been seen, with his lamp, _piloting people through the maze of trucks, and steering them clear of the 11eyfield train which was being shunted on to the side lines. There is no doubt but that this should be remedied if possible, the station being completely blocked with cattle trains, trucks, etc., nearly every Tuesday and Monday. The members of the Rosedale Shire Council who retire in August, are Cr Ross (Denison riding), Cr Greenwell (Rosedale riding), and Cr O'Meara (Toongabbie riding). It is considered doubtful whether Cr Ross will offer himself for re-election, but an election will propably take place in the Rose dale riding, as Mr P. Masgan, an ex councillor, has openly announced h...
Mirboo. June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884
illirboo. -o June 18. Ia my last letter I mentioned that we were having a petition signed to have a road surveyed from Hughes' to Anderson's inlet. In getting thepeti tion signed, we went over the route, and we find that it is a splendid track. We called on MIr Nation or Teangatha. He has a splendid paddock of 1000 acres under grass, which would do anybody good to see, and the stock look nice and sleek, and we must say that his overseer is every inch a gentle man, and an excellent manager. We had not time to Eee the other selection, but f.om the distance it looked well. There are about 20 selections together at Teangatha. We next went to Mr Longmore of Gratton. Just as we sighted his house we saw Mr Long more swimming 80 head of cattle over the Tarwin for fattening on his selec tion. He wao leturning from Mel bourne after selling 50 head of fat cattle. We had a hearty welcome just such a one as an old Ballaratonian can give. He says that he is happy away from the turmoi's of Parliam...
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, JUNE 16TH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884
BOaEDALE SHIRE COUICIL Ioan..r, JraE 16Tr. present : Crs Moore, Greenwell, Sla Ter,Tederson, O'-Leara, Hiar,and _Mel drum. In the absence of the president (Cr Eas-,. Cr Pederson was elected chair nrr. Correspondence. From T. Thompson, District Sur to r..; a:in_ with regard to survey of rosd fr.m S.uth Corner of Uanfir's . brtbi:tii- selections, parish of I:r:efale. o1 0 Connor's crossing on i::::l C:crk, that such road re ,: .: has been noted on office I:F. a d will be pr. tided for the first 6:-r: -:.ni .--Received. D :le Dpartment of Mlines and : ,:. st-ating that in compli w:': a reoiest made to the de :::e:t b Mri James Slater, the .icrer of the Water Supply has con i:.:.d to leld tilhe council, free of g, a TI:in water auger, which hae been forwarded to Toongabbie, and e:i.osina for the signatureof thecoue ci, a form of receipt, requesting that it :.y e sig -.:i and returned as soon as From the -: me, in reply to council's o-::er of th7 2-th May, suggesting that the fort of tec...
Local Land Board [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 20 June 1884
Local Land~ Board --o - The following caies were ..; -. Monday, June Ith. bfr e 31:,.: : Deakin and T. A. DanIa:t. a: house, Traralgon: SECTION 19. 1. Martin Donovan. 1e a. Tr:: tween Tampling's al In ackac',. No appearance. 2. Alfred Whalley. 7.: Ir 27p. about 1 mile SE of J. 'ryde.-E, ' 3. Lewis Bennett. 140a 2r 1,p" T7-:: S of D. Beaton.- ec ,mmendl i be thrown open for selection. 4. Peter Bertrue, 7?a Or lp. Il of present selection.-Hlcmm::. .s 5. Wm. F. Howe. 4oa. Traral:n, allot. 7.--Recommended. Alfred R. Funnell. 101a. Y inna: i - by J. 11. Funnell.-P-! 'lpon1t . 7. John U. Ileesom. 3:a 2r 21,. -; of H. HIeesom.-Recommnendl. S. Thomas, Walsh. . inn t E : Firmin.--Refused. 9. John Rawhlitng. 3a. Yinnar. : as applied for by 1. Walsh.-R-:; :. 10. G. Roy. 1o3a 3r 3p. .B1 :. ':: Brown.-Recommended. 11. W. Brown. 109u 3r, JBudr - . - Roy.-Postponed. 12. HIugh Morris. 320. Bu 1.. Brown.-lRecommended. 1:3. A. Walih. 320a. Budgetr:L. . i Clarke.-Recommended. 11. Win. Wlhittles,41a. B...