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KATE DRUMMOND'S LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

KATE DRUMMOND'S LOVER., --o-- 1 am goiing to tell you this story in a good old fashion, and, if you can liw'y it a fairy story, I shall not be able to comrpliment you on your com mon sense. Facts are strange things -sometimes-but, that the chief events of the present are true, there is more than one living creature to vouch. Well, the', "once in a time" there lived in a dear homestead of Tasmania a girl so sweet and beautifiul that she might have been a queen'of thl fairies herself, save that fairies are generally supposed to be small, and fragile, and fair, whereas Kate Drummond was tall and dark, as well as blessed with a constitution to be envied. One day, when Kate was busily straining the milk from one of her pet cows, she looked up to see an old woman standing near her. There are comparative decrees in age, you know ; but to Kate of seven teen this woman seemed aged indeed. The wo'nan had a dress of coarse, dark material on, and an old red shawl drawn over her head and shoulde...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

sunday Services, Church of England.-Rev. J. R. Walker at-Calligneen at 11; Flynn's Creck at3 p.m. ; Traralgon at 7 p.m. Presbyterian Church.-Rev. J. G. Wilson at-Tramlgon at 11 n.m. (communion ser. vice); Loy Yang at 3; Rosedale at 7 p.m. Mr E. Eldridge at-Hazelwood at 11 n.m.; BIoolam at 3 ; Yinnar at 7 p.m. Wesleyan Church.-Bev. T. Alday at Yinnar at 11 a.m.; Hazelwood North at 2"30 p.m.; Morwell at 7. Mr Jones at-Toon. gabbie at 11 am.; Glengarry at 3 p.m.; Traralgon at 7. Mr Jope at-Morwell.at 11 arm.

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PETTY SESSIONS COURTS. JANUARY, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

PET? Y SESSIONS COUITj. JANUARf, 1S85. Rosedtle, Monday 18th, 10 a.m. Traralgon, Wednesday 27th~ 11 am. Summonses issued preceding Friday. Morwell. Wednesday 20th, 10 a.m. Sm mcnses issued Thursday 14th. . Moe, Petty Sessions, adjourned Licensing and Warden's Courts, Saturday 23rd, la.m Summnnses issued Saturday 16th.

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CRICKET. ROSEDALE v. TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

CRICKET. -- ROSEDALE v. TRARALGON. A very enjoyable match between thl above clubs was played on the localRecre ation Ground on Saturday last. The visiting team were only fairly represented having only 9 men to bat. They were the first to take the wickets, and succeed ed in putting 35 together before they were disposed of, Miller with 12 being the principal scorer. Traralgon then went in and totted up 59, Mowbray "making 20, Gunn, 15, and Jones I runs. The prin cipal feature of the match was the fine bowling of Gunn, who secured 6 wickets for 12 runs. For Rosedalo O'Shea and Simmons got an equal average of 1 wicket for 5 runs. The visitors went in again and made a total of 47 runs, Rowley and Miller each making 12 runs, when the the stumps were drawn. The teams were captained by Messrs Mowbray (Traralgon), and Champion (Rosedale). The Rosdlale Rovers and Tramlgon Juniors playeda match here on the same day, when the visiting team was defeated by 45 runs. M'Lean bowled well for Tr rnlg...

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MORWELL POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20TH, 1886. Before Mr A. W. Howitt, P.M., and Messrs Sykes and Vary, J.'sP. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

I MORWELL POLICE COURT. W WEDNESDAY,JANUA.RY 2DTH, 1S86. Before Mr A. W. Howitt, P.M., and Messrs Sykes arid Vary, J.'sP. IHenry Tcker, residing at Darlimurla was charged with sly grog selling. De. fendant did not appear. He was ordered to be imprisoned for one month. ; Policer v W. Crook, . for insulting behavidgr at.. Mirboo. The defendant pleaded uilly. Fined '0s, in default 4 dayso. Same v. Benzley, for using obscene lannguag . Mr Wise appeared for the defenda?it. Constable Trainor deposed that defend ant was in a drunken state at Mirboo on New Year's Day, and made use of some very filthy language. I To Mr Wise: There were several people about; I saw a man named Nicholas there; do not recognise the other witnesses pointed out. Joseph Nicholas, residing at Mirboo, recollected Benzley calling at his house. He and defendant went to Fitzpartriek's; did not hear him say anything obscene. To Mi Wise: I went home with him. Did not hear the policeman speak to him. Thomas Ashley, of Mirb...

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COMMERCIAL. MORWELL STOCK REPORT. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

COIMEROIAL. -0- 3?[OWEL.L STOCK RErPOT. Monday. SMcssrs Marriage, Orr. and Co. report: Our yards were fairly filled to-day with fat and stores. Prices, however, owing' to havesting operations, were a little dilL Our sales were :-Fat cows, £5 to £6 ls; store cows (good) £3 17s to £4; steers, £3 to £3 15s; heifers, £2 13s to £3 8s. Horses.-We oftered about 15 mixed sorts. Sales-Draught mares, £15 to £20; hacks to £6 10s. We hold an important sale of dairy stock for Mr C. Shaw, at Hazelwood, early in February. Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. report:--We yarded about 250 head and cleared tihe bulk at satisfactory prices to vendors. We quote-Fat, fair quality cows, L4 12s Gd to L415s ; store cows, from L3 5s to L3 l2s Gd; store heifers, from L3 to L3 5s; store steers, from L3 Is, L3 7s, to L3 ls Gd; milkers, from L4 Os 6dtoL4 15s; bulls (young), from LO to L2 11s.

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1886. FREEDOM AND EQUALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

"MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1886. FREEDOMI AND EQUALITY. TnEnu is a tremendous clamor made by many of the 'poorer, and harder worked classes of the present day, for freedom and equali:y. The watchword of the seething multitude as it hurries along its Freedom! And, in its angrier moments, it cries, "Let all men be equal!" What the multitude seeks, is undoubtedly right enough; but the manner in which it sometimes strives to satisfy its desires, gives rise to reflec tion. If we are to have freedom, in the truest and noblest sense of .the word, we must set about obtaining it earnestly, intelligently, and systemati cally. The first ste. towards freedom is to learn something of the moral and physical laws which govern us. It is only by having.a knowledge of the laws impressid upon the universe by its Creater, and by submitting to, and acting in accordance with these laws, lhat we moy obtain freedom. To some it may appear to be an anom...

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CALLIGNEE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

GALLIGNEE. The New Year has commenced with brightening prospects. Our intrusive Christmas visitors, the caterpillars, have been satiated with their heavy feasting, and now there is a chance of some grass after the rain. It is pitiable to see the paddocks almost bare where there was a few weeks ago a luxuriant growth. The seed paddocks are hardly worth cutting. as the caterpillars have cut off and spoilt the most of it. But if we cannot derive any comfort. from the thought of the crawling nuisance, let us at least learn a lesson of humility from their raid on our staple produce. The holidays seem to have been thoroughly enjoyed. The picnic on Christmas Day, 'sd' the bachelors' ball on New Year's night, were both very successful, as also were some miner affairs of a similar: kind. Colonials generally are of a p!easure loving disposition, and the "gum suckers" at Callhgnee are not behind hand in that respect. But it is to be hoped the amusements we have indulged in have made us strong ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE., (By Electric Telegraph.) .-----o- MELBOURNE. Thursday Evening. : John Joyce, John lurphy, and Thomas Bowers, were charged at the city court to-day, being nccessories in the attempt to irob the Commercial Bahk at Colling weeood, and remanded until Tuesday. It was stated by Joyce that Bowers planned the robbery and assisted in the escape Beale's clothing was found in Joyce's house. Bowers pawned a ring to pay Beales railway fare to Dunolly. Tw.o of the crew of the Pateena, who strnck last week, were charged with being hibsent without leave ; thdcasa wsprved and they, were 'sentenced 'toItwo hi6ns, iad had to forfeit two days pay. The body of the man Brooks, who i~iirdered his wife at Kilmore on Tuesday, uas found last night, nearly a mile from e scene of the murder, he attempted to b himself in the neck, but threw the 0nifo away on finding the wound was not tal. He then climbed , tree and hanged lmself with the straps from his trousers. Ihe straps broke and the b...

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MIRBOO. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

MIIRBOO. o- (From our owvn correspondeot.) Monday. You can ses by the heading of this letter, we have, after a great deal of trouble, regained the original name of our township, the change of which has caused us a great deal of trouble and annoyance. Those people living where the Mlirboo and Morwell line terminates were not satisfied with baving our railwa) line, but they also wished our name. We are to have a tramiay, and on' e it is construicted, the Government will see the folly of not giving us a ins before, because it is well known that befo a two years have elapsed the line will be dau.licated, as farm produce will be sent irrespective of sawn and split timber, telegraph poles, etc. I know farmers in the district who are preparing land for the plough on a more extensive scale. Some might say it cannot be done, but to banish that thought let them visit the farm of the Messrs Nicol, who have 200 acres under cultivation this season. There is now a magnificent crop where only a fe...

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ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JANUARY 18TH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. ---o- . MONDAYr, JANARYT 1imi. PS t?e O pm id Ctr iae), Crs Skecls, Clement,Moore, Peersen, Young and Disher. CORRnsPONDENCE. From Neill G. Lett, drawing attention to the fact that there was no public road surveyed beyond tho Lowlands station homestead, private roads being in use. Should selectors take up land under New Act. he and others would be deprived of an public road.-See resolution. ??om George Greenwell, informing the council that owing to alterations in Lyons street, it would be necessary foracrossing tobe madein front of his stables, and asking the council to construct same at once, and offering to pay half the cost Received. From A. Gibson, tendering his resigna tion as treasurer to the shire, owing tohis leavin" the district Received. From the secretary of Lands, informing the council that with a view to the sale of land at Wurruk, steps are being taken to proclaim such land a township. Re ceived. From Secretary for Public Works, re plying to com...

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LOCAL INDUSTRIES. No. III. MR. W. B. BALDERSON'S TANNERY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

I. LOCAL INDUSTRIES. d o- to No. III. . ?i. W. B. BALDERSON'S TANNERY. ii at The tannery is situated at the north [t end of Franklin-street, on the book of n the Traralgon Creek. The situation is admirably adapted for a tramway e being close to the ever-flowing creek, t and close to the railway station. Thre eannery has been established some a eight or nine years, but it has only s been occupled by Mr Balderson for s abooffiftees months. This gentleman y with the assistance of Mr Winm. Gunn, who lately had char-e of Messrs F. Vial and Co.'s tannery in Hotbam, will.no doubt make the business a t success, and may probably in time a make the name of Traralgon as famous I for its leather as Sheffield is for its i cutlery. SThere is an Americanism to the effect that a man who owned a horse which had seen its best days, one fine morning potan old halter on "Dobbin" and rode him away to the tannery. i On his arrival there, he was at once killed and skinned. His hide was at once tanned and ...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

31ELBOURNE MARKET". Wednesday. M'Caw, M?Ilwrick, and Co. report: Cheese.-The market is still barely sup plied and prices are about steady at last week's quotations. Prime ranged from Pd to 9d per lb.; medium to good, Gd to 7d perlb. ;inferior, lower. PottedButter. -Owing to the excessive heat, stocks are arriving in very bad condition, and conse quently prices are affected and sales are very dull. Dairy potted in good order ranged from 8,d to 1Id perlb.; ordinary lines ranged from G( to 8 per lb. ; inferior at lower rates. Fresh Butter.-Owing to the weather, all had to be sold by bulk, aud consequently sales were very irregular. Prime half-pounds ranged from 10d to Is 2d per lb. A few extra favorite lines realizedhigher rates. Pounds, 8d to lid per lb.; inferior and lines much out of condition at lower rates. Eggs.-Fall supply and unsatisfactory market. Gd to l0d per doz. Poultry.-Smallsupplyand market quiet; prices nominal. By tele graph last night :-Pigs.-Yesterday there was a ful...

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Traralgon Record PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

Traralgon Record PUBLISHED EVERY F RIDAY , ORNING. Adrertisements should be sent in not later than Wednesday, written on one side of the paper only, and the number ofinsertionsshould bespecified on .the copy, otherwise the advertilei ment will be published up to date or till countermanded in writing. Tem ? en pSbscription: Per quarter . 3s 0d Per quarter (If posted)' . ... Sd Bata oar Adv?ertiang : Oneinc f spac .... .... s Od Standing Advertisaenents 1idO inch per quarter. Subscriptionsmay 'commence at :.me. Tho quarters terminate on the 31stw Mardh, 3Oth June,. 8Udt Septenmber, and 81st December, at which petiods only /can subscribers discontinue ;then stibrctipus,.s by giving;notice in writing and paying the' amounit duei to the' end of the current quarter. ?,AGELNTS FOR Melbourne-Gordon and Gotes M.orwell -.. iaiz , Moe--Buckland Broeiond Co, Mirboo- ? eod. Goldmiith.' ToCngabbie-M-essjs Liticola & Hum" Calliginei n TTannier Hazeniood-Jii Gooding' alehawlligkJ. Eiiilih, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

TRARALGON POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. MEI.no0URNE, and all intermediate offices daily, 7"40 am. and 5'20 p m: SALE, and all intermediate offices daily, 11'15 a.m. anud 7 50 p.m. ITEYFIELD, daily, 11l1l5 .m. and 7'50 p.m. WALHALLA, via Toongabbie, Monday Wed nesday, Friday, 1115 an.m. Via IMoe, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, 7'40 a.m. GLENGARRY TOOnGABBnIE Daily at 11 inm. CowwAan (IALr.LTGn E. Tuesday. and Friday 8?30 p.m TYERs, Tuesday and Friday, 12"15 p.m. IGHEST price given for Calf and Kan garoo Skins. Apply TRARALGON TANNERY. ,WANTED teams to cart a quantity of * palings to Trafalgar. Apply at once, to--W. S. LECKY, Roslyn' Park, Childers via Yarragon. TIHE GREATEST WO1DER or MODERN TIMES! LI3IIIilZ Lon experience has proved the'e famou, emedies to be mst effmtah t in curios eit cr the dlaigcmas nmladies or 'the slightrm compainti which era m,,re particularly in rnccntal to the dc uia hlcr, i r to thoc livng in itie On?c ?onal doesslnoi the Pill? will gnurd nthe stern o Jinst...

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TOWN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. TrnARAtor-Ninetv-eeyen miles from SMelbourne, on the mat'in Gipnsland line, at the junction of the Heyfield line. Shire Council.-President, J. Peterkin Esq., Cnuncillors, Messrs G. Firmnin, D Campbell, II. Breed, Bodycomb, Kelleher, Forsyth, Mill, andVasrney. Shire Secretary and Eigineer, Mr James Canipbell Rate Collector, Works-Inspector, &c.:-F. M'Kin. nell; Treasurer.J,,H. Reed, manager of Bank of Australasia; Health Ofice,Dr Montgomery Inspector of Nuisances, Constable Donoghue; the Council also et as a Local Board of Health, and meet for buniness on the second Wednesday in the month at 1I a.m. LAw.--Police Magistrate, A. W. Howitt, F.sq , who holds courts on the fourth Thurs. day in every month, the Justices of the Peace presiding on the second Thursday, at 10a.m.; Ulerk of Court, and also Electoral Registrar, Mlr Charles Du Ye ; Justices of the Peace, Messrs J. Peterkin, Dr Monrrison It. Young, W. Whittake.s It. Mackay, and J. Sykes. Police Station. Sen...

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CRINKS AND CRANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

ORINKS AND CRANKS. (BY LE'CiE.) Tho modern newspaper is not com plete without its regular contributor, who--xcept when labori.Jg under the ignominy of being, crowded out--is expected to exasperate subscribers to such a degree that they take refuge in a perusal of the advertisements. The contributing exaspetator is part of the literary ' machinery of, every well ordered ordered newspaper that wants to establish a claim to being a first.claso advertising medium. Perhaps I ought not to have mentioned this, but the " Record" is so open in all its dealings that even the tricks of the journalistic trade are made manifest by its frank and candid management. For there are tricks in journalism, let me tell the reader-indeed it is truthfully- said that there are tricks in every trade but basket making, and, of course, everybody can see through that. Now in order to make the " Record" com plete, a regular contributor is abso luntely essential. Knowing my inoffensiveness, the management have, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

Auctions. Har+iage,Orr & Co, (Late B. Macskay & Co.) AUCTIONEERS, Stock, Station and GENERAL CGOHISSION AGENTS --- Head Offep--Trorofn. BaeA Office.-fonedl J tbogslie. A L E S OF S T O C K HELD AT TRARALGON FORTTnSGHTLY AND MOBWELL MONTHrLY TOONGABBIE Per our TRAFALGAR Advertisements CLEARING SALES properly put through. LOANS negotiated, and VALUATIONS made on LAND and other property. AGENTS FOR Nationalof NewZealand,Fire Insurance Co Colonial Mutual Fieand Life InsuranceCo. New York Life Insurance. Co. T[IARALGON, MONDAY, JAN. 25. ARRIAGE, OR-. a CO. (late B Mae - kay and Co.) will sell at their yards Traralgon on the above date 10 Fat Bullocks and Cows 100 Forward-conditioned Bullocks and Steers 33 magnificent Store Cows 10 forward Springers and Milkers 20 Pigs, Slips, Porkers and Bacons I Threshing Machine,no reserve 150 good Crossbred Ewes, nearly fat WiNOTE.-We are first sale. Consti toents will please forward all stock early, so that they may be properly drafte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

WANTED a Repectable Person as Cook   Laundress. Apply TRARALGON     HOTEL. LOST.-White Grey Mare, branded RS near shoulder. 10s. Reward for delivery of above, to F. P. SMITH, Traralgon. FOR SALE, CHEAP.--One three-horse earth scoop, almost new. Apply WEST BROS., Traraalgon. TO LET-Four miles from Traralgon. about 120 acres, good grazing land, and well watered. Apply A. WHITNEY, Traralgon. NOTICE.- Escaped from the Traralgon Pound on Tuesday night, January 19th, 1886. 1 black sow pig, slit and notch near ear, Five shillings reward for recovery of same, either alive or dead. JAS. DUNBAR, Poundkeeper. ALL debts due to H. Breed are requested to be paid to him before the first day of February, 1886, otherwise legal proceedings will be taken. Traralgon, 1 /1/86 H.BREED.     A PUBLIC Race Meeting will be held in the Court-house, Traralgon, on Tuesday 26th inst. Business: To form a Jockey Club. ST. JAMES CHURCH OF ENGLAND, TRA...

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NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15TH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCIL. --0-- FRIDAY, JANUARY 15TH. Present--The President (T. Walsh, Esq., J.P.), and Crs. Mcire, Hasthorpe, Williams, Scarlett, Rollo and M'Mahon. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual balance sheet and report were read, and on the motion of Cr Moore, seconded by Cr M'Mahon, adopted. Cr Hasthorpe asked what amounts were paid under the' heiding of incidental expenses, and was informed that it was for the purchase' of roads and payment of fencing, &c. Ci Scerlett said that the paragraph in the report calling attention'.to the insufficient description of the locality of certain works was important, and it was decided that a book"should be kept in order to give full information of every work. ORDINARY MEETING. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. PAT?ENTS. The following accounts approved by the Finance Committee, were passed for payment:- Jas. Moore, £7 10s; J. Rowley, £7; T. Targson, £2 10s; A. Wall, £21; G. Evans, £262s 6 ; P. Rickman, £10; Road'gang, No...

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