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NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
NEW INSOLVENTS. Genr';o Will n G will iculS the youngecr, tradilrRarr eorge 1V llian1i3 and Co:, iih.Leksiiitlii aund iroiiyorkers, Matifl. Caises of iiis".I tu :I nsufliciuiit cslit:Ll :iid falling off in business. Liadilities, C'13 13. 3.1; as c'Lq *381 7s 1141 ;defii ciency, !L'1) 5s141. .l WViI 1';ttcuii s licitor· for tlt irdcr : Vr. (,. Cain,:1~i Pni'i Consie!;, of 1isoalfiii tcurner. Caries of i lrr·ei: v : 1liavy, limsses oil ýiniioim sliAie.;, and' ini i-pbirtii' leathier to Eisiglandi,' t;l iiiji eciatioli ill I ciiil propiLy. Li:iidli:ie;, 0T7$O Is. Idl.; assignee; `m, l e'tti': iuslcemit's ittorciey. +
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
- . COMMERCIALL. M3esns A. 31'1 i' :tt. I Co. report:- GOdtl supply oif cattle foreanl, gootit tte: dancec of buyers,; and prices tintm thro:uli-. out. \e so6ld--Fat cws, Lt to L7 12s (til ; store ballocks, we tnt at from li Ois to La 12s, ;necording to age and con dition ; stccs, fr.,n Li, L -It, to LI s store cows, froimn L3 t, L: ;s and L3 1;s ; haeiferis, L2 12 Li .L2 1l3 ;. mixed lt.s siteers a:t[ heif.e'. (ytin;~), frnt L2 3; t, L2 12s. We ha:va als a to replrt havsng sld privately duriun t:he we i' at t:am of I12 workrsa: L1:I iU;; "[al?s. a fi:w fat: hull,:ks at 1.11 Ss, a dii. of ifat c as at Lt, and a stii t l l "? cf b alh lks at 1 ,.-l Messrs. Marriage, Orr & Co. reprt A:t .,oirwell, .Monlav, 2tad inst., our new yards were ottd. I '-re w s a la gl supply of cattle forcwar;d. Thea;tctei l udan wasL gobd,: causidleriFi, the unpiropitioti .sta'e of the weather.' Stock, both lit and st.ar?; fudly xnaintaiied recent rate.e, with ag 0il denid;:I. -Axongt istu 'at!cs we...
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
RECEIPT &c PAY -OFFICE TRA.RALGON. : Trralgo :...--. . Larngford, D. Russell, HIL Ilupton, C. Murmy, C. 11. William., .Llo 3echanics. Institute, U. llark'ii, W. We llrnol, M. ?\. Ca uiphell,;-Diahar, Nar 5iai J 31cchabie.s'2-hlilstitute, Tr?tralgon Mechaliis' Institute, Petlrki- and"Co., I)o :\e,? ermingham, D)wyer, 31Jirhead. D. C \Ardhikdd, t.;. Dare, P. (ormian,.T Geale el. How l; d,.W, hiardy,: J. 1 '.I'? e sual, 11.-Kjerg'ard, Wailter lartin, L.. Alarstii, F.-110ogQT.,'., 1'I JI)onald, 1 RigdIl, T. Shanahon, E. 'L. Sitimous, .I. Shiells (2), I.I' Wlielan (4), G. Wh alley, selr. G. Whalley, A. Don, junr., W- .: Gitlhire; i.Jlloddinott, E. Jl. Aliller, Ii: Whittle, T. Sonmernille, I. Allenr, OT. Blandfurd, J. lyse, J. TPrde. GRANTS. " c:! SmEohki., fErniz anni and 'unotIher T' Copeland, . D31. Lham, G. FIirmirhi (J (2), Thmjnas I cedliamu (1), C St:.miners, !N. carilctl ), lt. Scarlctt. - I 'is s.ii oiliat lisibp'Moorholsl ' is. al re aiy be'in ii igto feel the severe bur...
MINING NOTES. LONG TUNNEL EXTENDED G.M.Co. Walhalla, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
MIINING NOTES. L1,0,\(i-tuX. W lmlli, T)iday.Co. 'Tilhe shaft anen lL a .ank (it lthis wee:, toLtl ift, sinking alult f the :?nr,. No. o) n6rth fiace is` driven a hlorther distance of ift, total 250fts The reef making, l:rger, andt now nmslr? ulcarly 7ft, and isa goostdn'i.n ' The atopes' at this level are also lIoolking well. No. 2 sooth level is extelded 7ft, total Il!)ft, from second cross n. The tfce shows a vein ofqllartt, but gold lIas n.t 1hacs deer, rot. No. 8 ned t hi inteimnediata stolir? si eontjti~lun to look well."' Nio change inii either: piaces wortl?'yof notice The battery is crush ilngregularly with 20 head anlld 30 durig the dav 'slhift T anmlgna from lslc albout the avirage, ... fo
CORRESPONDENCE. LOCAL INDUSTRIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
CORRESPONDENCE. LOCAL INDUSTRIES. " TO THE EDITJ1R OF TIIE RECORD. Sir,-As a consr.lut ri.iler of your valuable journal, I admire your advocacy of local induLtries; but I think you halve omittedl one of the moot important, viz, a Traralgon Prospecting As"ociation. As a prospector and miner since IS1?, I do not htesitate to say ,that we have untold wvealth at our very doors without an eflitrt being nioil tin develop it. ' I vould gladly see our leading townsmen niore in the matter, and with agriculture, mtining, tramuways, &., make Traulgon inot only the most lprosperous town in Uipi?land, but in Australia. Thanking you in anticipation; I am, Sir, &c., JOHN IIAltJitON, SSxU: - ',:Trtralgot, 4th August, 188i.
MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
MELBOURNNE Ycvitotilay Ii gri,,ri 'iti r ,.i crowd o h uiilt thi, hrLdn~,;,,' Iled it fIrijt if tI, ttcnrl:. 'T'his ;rPxit. utI?.illllll t6," r invtlem tsnnhI lIt:,.y&lt;:rl i".r beau iwhic the 11. t "I.!, that tlio I~v c lnlille:·h r.uh s' .,!l,!!,l of ti l es I*1I. tv Li ti,.1 Ills ttinh ctrl,, they we'i' ii thle 'a1iorl t Cunt t .,o l fir 1c . wereoil tell '*'.tatI.i ii ; I I· t ·I,,.1 Is sad~r rii tizol i llllcr I no I i'· -thart lie ciii ,,f hi ii' i tj let I ýt atdh 1to otlhpl c il. 'I I on th r~u .r hti -.,. . , ,1 , ;i;~" sahti 'v at ;n :iiicim'il ll h I : .. . Iers::t d iatis tome hit it odn,1 - - tI-hu a iiii, cl , l b s I l I t . . I ,a " i i a n tnhe lottt chtu11 veil. Th.. tiiitatthy 1 1 . t , if le i ''ci ii' If II'IIi t Ilt ,*'-i \I,* H IP i i' l I II.1 l I: II :I!11' I. -iii lI 'iiI 'ilcl~ir~tI I i.l',lil 1 ,. 1:11.. o cu.' 'i'i t'1I- pt m "iit'ii !t. Ir.:i; fell the tii.o u it t.,.,t, * H, ,it, ,, L Ii sl a ted , w'lt hi h nl fllmptlni nl 1;,· ti, wll,~:~rll...
FLYNN'S CREEK. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
FLY NN'S -- GREE1u-.- ..... IFriin our own Correspon?denit.] "- Tuesd.-v. The municipal elections this year are exciting little or no interest in either T.nra!lgon or-tlosedale Shires. Ili t.e 1tusedale Riding of the latter s!ire, the old member, Mr. J. II. IIiam,l: has had a walkover, thus showing that the teop?ye?s htave full conlidence in him as their rei,resentative. For the East iliding of Trarlgon Shire I hIive no d.lubt that the :;'n ho.lo:nr will be accorded to Cr. Breed. As yet I have :lno heard of anyv onw opposing him. If he is-rejturnej, it is to.,lbe hiokel that hie will see that' Ly' Yan g, Flynn's Crieek, andl Upper Flvnn s Creek re coive more.atteution at the hands of the Council than these districts hhive recaived of late. The road from Triorilgoii to Upper FIlyi's Creek. in p. .tictlarl', in mi i pla-C'es requires ,half forliingn. The' trill:C'ithis ro.ul is stadlily in rea sini. I addition to the residents of 1'Flynns Creek and Losy Yi:i, a goodiy number ofpeirsin...
THE MOE CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
TAE MOE CAMP. Thle pinmearli of ,.i 1h^ti)1 iN navvies' c:'ll has 1.u p ren ld ii (liip:land, on the h.I io ?:'.t . ''t:i (Ills star .te l? l lo'eth I ,rea u .l?h" .; ': the c) tit a oter, wi.hirv t,? ? i'. . hist of the weathlr, i '" nea' ?iloe, a` i m a it ' I a lllVcnt' 7t'in up. With it c.un, hi ' a? t .l n r1) h: keepers, who dealt "etlil a n"i. but :afierwards op'.l, is i ' vilest comp .u dI s Iii e:(' ti, N1 .,,I a,11) navvy's tthroat. (ht i y ri it' plaeo 1f ( .a n ( a littl, lion ' 1 11 ,i:. the spirit. was so Ib e t!ti it .l. oly h ve conle firom " ilti'it . and ",lioost r is.l I.t'-r ''1 it tou hed. The ,letl o, th' e ral can lieinl glned. Ilithil, til ?l t 'hail two h l rt'" tie I:' ii l. furthlier 1,ott.ti s onlyv IaI i,, t 1, inl the tIu in t , s t lit " kept up .o ltong . i t ~ til,, ei d to f n c i ie h I ? ('-i , "lti"ll ti re hei' ei l t it trl' through the iNatuail ,' e i:ht ., into Si) eath ioo '. i di, ,.tin- t!' mi ,e twto, i 151 " hIr oth 1r o\'" .1lt i': thei...
SHIRE ELECTIONS.—CENTRAL RIDING. TO THE EDITOR, TRARALGON RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
SIIIRE ELECTIONS.--CENTRAL . .ll)ING. To TIlE kEDiTOi, zTIAlT.;ALON i .lfcoiD.f. Smt,-Blurgait, thistles, lxtgpipesl)!aid G:te lie ! HereAs a pretty ketla of tifh i! When Scot meets Soot, then comesl the tug of is-i, ai'd both men say theyey are goiig to WiL. The rivals were out canvassing the otlier day, and noet,, when, the following conversation otook place- : -, Allan-" God morning;Robert"!. . Robcet-" Good mrntiun, Alluin" ! . L"- 5 Ia 1ir y.ithro glind S thiakec mv matt) o. th.:ltb inst." RI .?.$t ihided ? how'a tha:t" ? lvn1. : iM-?namei.4Vilker."' , l!.- "Weer' G : A. ". Mon ver nani, will lie Walker ten w\le ,lI git y?' Ett?. 1 t"6\' it be nice baith o' usn te haeo names alike"; :::. : "R. '" Noti'Jfe" !o Now, sir; who "Joe" isI .uannotfsay, :iei therdid they explain, but simply kissed, andi s:tddely% parted-so suddenly that Allan slipped (the ground boiilg greasy). and ,foll--In ni, moment Robert turned rdiilt excititllvy and said, "air ye tuo rt much" '. ,, " replie h, no...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ··----0.- - iMelbonriie, Thuirsodoy ovenin'w. The Auwtralian cricketers InIve sus tnincd lot?ltfihr. disive defce.t, the Kent Co?:( ty oltven Iaving leaton themrby ten wickets. T'he deputtion which waited upon tlhe hlcefiSecretqary this nlllriiing were please.l wt!i the intavin e.- Mr l)eakl;iI pr-linised to do all le cnuld f}ir theni, and when tile Irnilt of the iinterww iIai.nuiiii ?ciii hv the lepotationl, clleers wcro give" for iMr iDeakin. Thie .:licf justice Ions .crntcdl the aplili of 3Mr l'atf l c thitlalil should ho all.wcd to Mr 1 iylhe. Mrs Taylor herseolf to ibe I.oil-"vcr i l500~, il two suretie of 1I2i0 u n1ich. SiHe thel'irl, cioin dilianiiee, Alfired, ,aiinp es w fii~ild Lx at tl;e City coiurt fur ldistribuiitig. inflaminatory Indlbills.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
Waxteod. W aAtTdE.l .' 4 ip r ni l t i. ?e s t o t h e d r e n is - tm.dking. aiplly to J.. S.\N Ds. Frankllin-st reet. W .\NTE I).--.n liclli"eint L n' to learn : V the " 'riltiig. Apply at onice 'IT NTII\II:: Cf.,k ai.l .laun . r.n. . Alpply T Trniiri..Au Ill-I. W AN-\ FW ,.irl, "_ ediht wit. . Apply F.A laY L\VWN, ur C.u!)fleel. '`Trnranlg.i, -. . NTE I' -. pprntl i.r-o tI Irr'tlnaking: . 1'T -Apply iti 1; \\A ) DE. .. ri, l-st. r ,et. T \NTif D. resratl,, _irl a. l t;hou mi d1 S rfcr.ners rt- i.,,i . Aipl lt- S i ----~ 1c-- Sala or To Let. "L It S.\.l., very heapl. "?(1 a" t'ro ' I :.1?I, JL withi-i fiir iii.s utie Trariablt .i well jeti rtvnd.)n.I a,,out 12:0 worth of \V,'tle bark : nI liltauln tlnimer on ih, Ini. .l10. ply A l.ItT \\'iTH EV. Esl:tat A,,'i t. PTR 1S. I:- ' hrTEE i. r 'lll:TI .i e. g r:ttlll.:td, ait .m lib ul I' !rict".. ; \ L:F.1. AIII. --- 0.-,1ll-,I, I ranklinl-eltret. 'T'rarilgtin ' ý1.ilL SALE-- light'w, ?-,, IaUtt: chtaI. ripply to .I.? .NI):. ITram.g:i. ...
DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, Aug. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
DAIRY I'R1ODUCUE. S . Wcd?isd;, Aug. 4. M.essrs. 3['Caw, 31'llwrick mind Co. r.p.ort: -We held iur l usiil .sale to-d:t, ;ld wve -report ms? folluws:-C:lhees.e. T'ir-c was a tohir sisupply, aiii' the inma .ket w:is tirnt at foi'l l:Ite rtcs. Priiue Irai 'ed from 71d to jla per h. ; inelitmn to gmfd, Gi' to 71d per lbi. ?intfierior, ild per I. np wards. Potted liuttter.--lThe supplyv if new is very short, ald tlhcdetlc:inl isgtnw I'rier-, to-lday tniged from Is to Is 5dl ier lb. Prime old is.m in ir re(ilest at Ihon Sijd to 0lud peo lb. ;- iiferior, very hard to (qlijt at lower rites. F.resh htter. P'rimoe haf-pou:Ids mailnt?i?ed fill l:st week's ilttes, rtngiing frinol Is 7d to "is pr lI., with 'a fewt extra line-s at Ihigher nite.s; ouinlds iand lu11ips were L shade easier, ranging front- Is t? Is 4d per l'o. ; iniferior, l)yer. Eggs (regul:ar supply), ls 2il to Ii,'~ per dozcen. C'aree c pork, -4dl to 5ld 1er lb. Turkeys, 7s (d to 1-ls ler pair. Ducks, -Is id to 5s !l per npir. F'...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
MELBOURNE 1ARlK:ETS. LIVE STO1K. Fat Cattle.-About 1,500 were ycvr k1d, a fair proportion of which was good, with sonic lot; of prime. Cluoiptition \Vw brisk throughout, and prices had an upwaird tendency, p)lin)e L)ena i .smiei in stances selling at au adanice of 10s. s, r head on last week's high rates. I'rime p1ens of bullocks solt at from £'1 10s to 1t) according to weight, odd boasts to £20 10; good do., oforon £13 to £14; seconld do., frmon L9 10s to £11 10s ;': in ferior, froism £G Is ; prime pens of cows, frl'nm £11 to £12 5s; goa, do. from L£9 to £10; middling and inferior, from £. r 3M" G. D)ougharty .sohl 10 bullocks firt m Molrwell to £12 17s od. al?ssro 0. Dough arty, Son, and Paukeir sold 20 billocks for Mr J. W. Bowman, the Ridge,' £10 15.4s 10 for M1 A. P'. lHowman, Cairnhlrook, £13 5s. Messrs Richar.l Gibson and Co., sold 22 iiullcks for '3Messr Camplbell Bros., T'ra:-aIgo Park, to £12 5s, averaginig £11 Ils :di;- ,Ll- cows :anid bullocks, inr Mr Jolhui VM'illhitsi ...
MUNDANE MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
" U:TD - AN MA1 .iTTE°S. I Tlill: [.AN IN TIHE O10)N. [In tlieseday,'s. wlen Oewspaperl' pr p-ice1 rus- U I anious to obtain the S-"c :es of 'co-Os5 ioiltits of high srui Tlin. the rtaders of the Recoird" nt n" crw.;ulato themselves, aud the Il! tii- ." ,t' ':!Io, that the setvii s of -S '.:!til It erib;bitr a.s invself, hIve S ,i a lh , 'ind. I say this without, v for, in our cli:b the atmisphere is 'u.h too b,1 to a!iow i.f; any such t:,. ,- I I1 : ot the 11111 with the ii'ud. of Sti ss on his iback, so familiar o,-I " is.nit? of (;ippoland, T su his ftir.;,d ,w'ith a laud:tilde desire to i,.,: s: young a fellow from becom i i,., t ktep him ?-arrying faggots f.r Iy irel:te in my cavern-studio in Tv,'h l?it! ', fronl which I can look di n Ia IPl --Terra" and see wlhat is" breia done. Iit otf til l matters which T have w;,h1:l with interest lately, is tile rruiihle thilere:i pers to be in getting s.ne suiithile stone to collplete the 31clbour:n. Post: O:ice. 3Ir NilmlO, a _,el:":Il:...
MELBOURNE HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
MEIABOURNE IIOSPITAL. TO,THE, EDITOI ()OF TIIE ItECORD. i Sir;,-l have roetd with much iinterest the lelder in your issue of the 30th tilt., re Mellbourue Hlospital. ,l'eg, through your cotlnumts, to suggest (1st) th:t one of tlie best, inrhalps the best, situationist int Melboturne f-r a hospital is that occuiied by the Exhibition lUildiug. . (in.) 'liThat said building c.?utvt lsts many yisus, but some nai:itrial'miglht beused as ~art neces sary for the constructiohn of a building which should .be as, s'iLtantial, thotugh noit ?o oriLate, .as tihe Treasury, the Partli .ijclithlouseit, the Lair (,outs, &c, which building might, f ir t centuries be a record of the national. f hought of to-day-what is done,beiig well designed anud most c?urcfully'colstructed, admitting of futurt citoiisioti, as increashing POlhtulatioii ihi"iy deomand, without, deu,tisahing a.snything nos' built.'" " " Tihe Melbournie Hosplital is, par emiin cnce, a national istitution.., It should be the tri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
TOWN DIRECTORIY. fa Ra.rLGOY-Ainty."vl'r att nlcs from MI, Ib urne. .tn the main Gip-.la,.d li.e, at the junrtion of the llrefieli li:ce. Shire Council.-Pre1side nt, 3. Pets rkin .ieq., C uncillm,, Mls rsrs G. I-na, n 1) Ctl?nilmpell. II. Breed, IP.dyclnlh, Kell-her, Forsyth, M1,l, and Vernr-y; Shire Setr. tray ardi. Egiter, Mir J me. Cami hell : Rate Col!eator. Workl lnspretur, &c., Fi. 31Kin-l we II: Tretsurer.J. IH. rsed, n stlger of It t.uk of Aus:mnlsla; llealth sfti er.Dr Mlonltgsmery JIspe ct.r N? smat, es. Constable O'l)unoghu : the C?uncil al-o act a a ocal lHaLrd of HInlth. nnd meet for bu ine-s on tlhegseontl Wedt es.tav in the momth at II a in. L.aw.--l"oli e Mgiostsate, A. W. II,.wi'. E-q . who hnlld courts the furtih WeVln.s d- in tvery n:oluth, the Ju-t'ess ,oftt.e Pe?re ptresiing on she cecond Wcedncrsday,at lOa.. ; ~lerk tf Court. anl also I-I coral legistrar, lr C(harle- Du Ve : Ju-tic~s .. thle Pamc. 3Misrs .1. Peterkin. I)r M,,rsisnt V. Ynog. W. WhiLtake ...
SAM SILCHESTER, AN AUSTRALIAN STORY,* CHAPTER III. HARD TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
S \M"SILCEESTER; AN AUSTRALIAN STORY,~ NORIMAN WAKEFIELD., COn PTrn III. Hinn Tiucs. For a cousildemble time after the arrival of the family in Melbourne, ilche.t r " pere" was unable to do i:t:ythingi by way of providing a liveli hioel' for thosie dfepidilent o:i hiji. ViWhile on the di .gings his a:x' ety to .get a fairly coiifort:,le hole hlll belinl so great tha hlie had worked ihimelf ahii?o;t to dcith. At times it seemedad as h hough the gods had at hast smiled of him, and he found himself with his head and shoulders just above water, but only to :gain sutir dlisappointment by being again subo:uerged bhalieath the waves of trouble whihli were theni, and whlicth alwa'ys ,will lie, sweeping thirou?? the- lau:id. ?iaily' nuln around him seemed to be doing well; by sosme lle ils or other they never seemed to be where the surges broke angrily. It seelmed as though oil were cast on tlhe troubled waters only in places, a:id in these places mlel could keg p afloat easily ; and though ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
nuctioss. McI ARRIAGEE O' i?0 AND COY. STOClK AND ESTATE AJIEN:Th,/ I'VE carcftul attelntion to :111 Itiesinta Selntru.w 'l i thela. Cl erz. sle.l arktrls :l tedu lan ad 1.llAIi write . (1itrl ."' Iie otiate., aoll ilfe 14 Fir: IN1 I\\t'i Ac tOr Erlr It 1 Mu.1.ACKS1)N 0ISfl ill XI) vll'FICE-TlIAItALGO6 1e hare erect-ol i w anl t, .ieY _ :1t :r lr~nTs ate Il i". :zrrt pall. 'ii rlei, 'xitilti t n.uod iw,,', : ti~ Iy'fn r lly'tlciu" 11NutnootdetŽIweir"la'aia.i.reI ytlnito'ec CnI f oIIlytiIl1 Moteli Fir. 1.Iae Life I I~artrt:ee Co. New York L.ife li;I~rayllte. I'll. Dew 7.10as et~l 5t-ICo I._ 'TiiA1IALGON, MONDIAY, AU(;. 9. r jACIIIAf.i. OlIt. S' CO.. ,vii s ;1 fur 5Fitt Chuve and Sl:tllue~ks '10 Steers 1"; Store: Cove f'igs and1 SanldrIle MtIPIOO0 NORTH MONTIHIY SALE. WEPNESDAY AUGUST 11. Aratltl s;l.O llt1.'. CO., ill sell at M I thelr Nw !'arl.;s, at rear oIf l'ux. 1,aricrir', intyel. "ai the :bore dale o Fat ('sr' iII I1,'I I iLs l a:ttle lior. rigs nn I SnaIeis'ic' Th Xli AXION, M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
NOTE' THE FLAGr ! FElOHti ENEL' BBROS FR.A21\?? TKLILT STREET, TRARALGON. THE COLONIAL BANK IS NEXT E GREAT CASH CLEARING. SALE - OF - DRAPERY, CLOTH ING &c. .Meesrs F.B. beg to thank the inhabitants of Trar-lgon, Morwell, Flynn's Creek, Glengarry; Callignee and district for the fair support they have re ceived so far during their Clearing Sale. Every buyer was more than pleased with the Extraordinary Value and Sterling Quality of our Goods. To further encourage the public to patronise us, we have decided on still greater reductions, for instance- Norrockss' Long Cloth, 3Gin. wide _\ 3s Gd per dozen ii 4s 4d per dozein 11 5s !pr dozen Men's Shirts. from Is Sd each . Undershirts, from is lld Woo. Socks ,, Colored Moles, heavy shaped for ridilg, from 4s lld ,, Trousers and Vests, all wool, Colonial Tweed, 10s 1ld ,, Colonial Tweed Suits, 235s Winceys, splendid width, 4s 3d doz. Brown Holland, pure linen,4s Gd doz. French Cachentirs, 101d per yard. White Blankets, splendid widt...
The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1886. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 August 1886
"MODEn.tTE, :U " PRlr)Gilt!mSi\'VE." (P1'blishtId ere: yr Tes lay & Flri ,ahy ImorJing.) FIlDAY, A.U;-U. il , 1ss8. MUNICIPAL ELEC ION-S. TuIn municipal elections in this part of Uippsland a?ppear to be excitin.l very little interest this year, and we sup pose the apathy shown is in the in:,ii due to the fact that the ratiiing *euil cillors have fairly satisfied the rate. payers by their action at the Council thble.r In.the it osdale e Shii;e, Messrs. Moonit:: ni !hi.t.Ili.avc bieefi retiiFifitl without opposition, aid(1 in the vacancy caused by the, reti:rdulent of: '?,r PE1Ds.sex, of the Denison riding of that Shire, Mr. J. W. Bot''xlx has been elected withlou opposition. Cr. Pl:uImltsel ha(d ably re preiseited that riding for a considerable term, but stated at the last. lIeeting of the zauiiecil that lie v?ould not seek re-ele tion-a statement whiiqh .'as -"reeiv.edi with regret by his fellow-councillors. iWe hltve ino doubt that MAlr;..ljow.1ttr whoii c:ie forw:ard t'the...