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A WAY-SIDE MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

A WAY-SIDE MEMORY. r Under the silver fringes Of the willow boughs that swung at A-glitter in the sunshine, With frozen jewels strong, T With the smouldering fre of opals, i Of pearl and ohrysoprase, di And the twinkling diamond drops thet set ei The frosty morn ablaze Under the swaying willows, a Where the tall green rushes iprang, o The wayside spring of my childhood T Bubbled and laughed and sang- ar Bubbled and rippled over, r As the blithe winds came and went, is And dimpled all in the sunshine ' i" i With a gargle of gla4-content, . Through a chink In a mossy boulder: Ic Its living waters purled, With inartilulate whispers Ot the wonderful nnder-world; The tall ferns nodded wisely ' With every frond and feather The brown reeds bent to listen, With all their heads together. Under the wintry starlight, And under the Summer moon, Its ceaseless alivery babble Was set to the self-same tune. • The rushes on its margin Were the greenest that ever grew- t And moss and brake, for its s...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TRAFALGAR DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

flE TRAuALGARI DISTRICT. -4--- BT OUR SPECIAL REPORTER. Having exoressed a desire to see some thing of the selected c~untry arond'Trafal gar and etiween that township and Mirboo, we availed ourselves of the guidance of Mr. Robinson, the worthy President of the Nar ra;n Shire, who kindly plated a horse at our dsiposal ,as well as his own services as guide. i Proceeding.to Trafalgar by the eve i ing train on Friday-we stayed for the night iat the' Criterion Hotel, where Mr. Aitken niade us very coeifortable. As might natu rally,be expected the sights at Trafalgar afternightfall are not very varied; so after a quiet ;perial of the news of the day we retired to ibst. On Saturday morning Mr. Willia?nobinson (Mr. Robinson'sson) met us with the horses, and after the first court of Petty Sefsions ever held in Trafalgar hlad &~icn [opened and'adjourned, we proceeded on our way to Mr. Robinson's selection. "As'm'any of our readers are doubtless un acquainted with the road which leads ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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A STAGE SUPPER AND ITS RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

A BlTAGE SUPPER AND ITS RESULTS. Mr. J. L. Toole presided at a certain anniversary festival of the Theatrical Fund, and, in proposing the principal toast, related the following:-" I will, in my own name, tell you of an experience of a stage aupper, and which is not without its bearing on the bnoiness before us. I was playing Bob Cratchett In the Christmas Carol at the Adelphl, under Mr. Webster's management, and every night at eight, for forty nights, I had to carve a goose and a plum-.pdding. Mr. Webster was always particular in this respect, and generously provided a real goose and a real plum.pudding, which were served smoking hot for Mrs. Cratchett and the seven litttle Cratchett, of courseinolud ing Tiny Tim. The children always had enormous portions given them, and they all ate heartily every' nlght; but what really troubled me was the conduot of the little girl who played Tiny Tim. That child's appetite appalled me. I could not htlp noticing the extraordinary rapidity with wh...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SUICIDE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

THE SUICIDE CITY. San Franusoo may be fairly called the "Suicide City." From 1860 to 1874 the re. ported cases of self destruction averaged about thirty-five a year among the white population. But in the later year the num. ber suddenly jumped to sixty-one, and it has since reached 103. Comparative statistics show that the proportions of suicides to all deaths in San Francisco is fully three times as great as in New York. although instances of self-destriotion' are from various causes extremely frequent in the latter city. The mania for self.destruction in the chief city of the Pacifio slope is attributed to the conse. quences of the universal passion of the popa. lation forgambling in miningstocke. Suicide Increased with the growth of the mining ex citement, and stone the collapse of mining shares in 1877, over 200 persons have out shorttheir existence with their own hands. Taken in connection with the business losses crimes, suffering and disorders of the last few years, the Bonan...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR OWN POET'S CORNER. THE CABBY'S LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

OUR" OWN POET'S CORNER. THE CABBY'S LA3ENT. DY ONE 0' THEIMSELVES. Stuik for sixteen hours or more a cab outside, A touinUall ' day for folks as mayhapa :r; wants a ridoe, . , A tbolin' th bessed cab' fomi monih'" till night, Whioe .with~:bbbies' a strivin' to) kep,' A s.nuare and right; Jamnino up are our knees, An U'darned.thaukful for a;e, Whqn we din scrambol dawn for abit, fora` otr dinnelrs and teas. Think kindly all you as rides in a cleanr wagg?,nehitte,. Ia il'tlhe pore abby as drives it insunshinoe, , B: in niind, there's many a chap nows heldinr thc'reins, ' ' '' Who for far easier work have nside . far greatcr gains,. 1'h 1w i Ithdlve drivl his own buggy in' tle good nays of yore, Nayi may even have kep' his own grooms, c olh and four; IButn:uwriq no ret,. He drives Sack'ii?l' anu for'ards, for bntu" little at best. '" .: FroJi morn till late hours, stuck in his w gouette, Yes, pore cabby must sit, be it sunshine or wet. To! to " more on" by the p'!eece with si uaideat h...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A DOOMED CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

A DOOMED CITY. The town of Covington, Iowa, is literally a doomed city. Situatedon the bend of the Missouri river, the banks are gradually being eaten away, and the ground on which the court house stood a few years ago is now covered by many feet of fast-flowing water. The cutting away is done by fits and starts. A week ago, Sunday, says the Sioux City Journal, the current set inshore and took off a strip of land thirty feet wide in a few hours. No invasions were made for another week, when another slice was cutoff. Then about half a dozen buildings were moved back some thirty feet, and the next day the land on which they had stood was all gone. The citizens have tried to moor trees and logo to the bank In the hope of forming a barrier for the flood, but the current is so swift and the water so deep that these at, tempts' have failed. -- To give an idea of what thetown of Covington has suffered in the past five years, the case of the ferry house and principal hotel may be instanoed....

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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WARRAGUL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

T~WARAGUL TIME TABLE. The following are the times of arrivaland departure of the daily trains at Warragul : -Arrivals.-From Melbourne, 10. 35 a. in., 6. 47 p.m. ; from Sale, 10. 30 a.m., 6.52 p.ni. Departures.-For Melbourne, 10. 50 a. in., 7. 7 p.m.; for Sale, 10.52 a.m., 7.12'p.m.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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LOVE'S CONTRADICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

LOVE'S CONTRADICTION. The most remarkable love story of the summer is told by the Port Jervs Union. Four years ago, a gentleman of twenty-three won the heart of a lady of nineteen. She was the daughter of pions parents, and alt though she was not connected with any church, looked with a feeling akin to horror on' anything approaching scepticism. But the time came when she learned that her lover was a delst ; that he had no veneration for the Bible, and took no interest in chorches. She was deeply pained by the revelation. She sent for her lover and en deavoured to convince him of his error, but he was not satisfied with her arguments. She finally wrote to him a tear-stained letter bid. ding him good-bye for ever. The lady mourned, but triedto satisfy herself that she had acted correctly. Two years had made her more liberal than she had been. The more she read the more she distrusted her former decision, and she finally became quite as liberal as the lover she had discar. ded. The lo...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SCENE AT MOUNT WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

A SCENE AT MOUNT WASHINGTON. Mr. George Fawoett Rowe and Mr. Henry Edwards (both formerly well-known actors In Melbourne) made the ascent of Monet Washington on the 25th July last, and Mr. Rowe has written-in Bart's Among the Clouds-a lively and amusing account of their adventures, from which the following remarks on the bridle path are taken: It Is sad in life to see our dearest illusions dissipated, and it was our fate this day to add another to our hopes collapsed. The famous bridle path-the account of which I had gloated over in Osgeod's Guide, as a fairy way that promised to unfold more fan. testio prospects than any other in New Hampshire-was added to exploded myths, before the sun set. Of all the execrable, hideous and diabolical contrivances for wrecking life and limb, this is the most ex ecrable Ihave ever explored. In the Alpine region, where nature has lightly clad the surface with stunted vegetation, this path is rocky but tolerably easy, and the magnifi cent prospects o...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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DURATION OF ANIMAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

DURATION OF ANIMAL LIFE. The average age of cats is fiften years; of squirrels and bares, seven or eight years; of rabbits, seven; a bear rarely exceeds twenty ydars; a doglives twenty years, a wolf twenty, a for fourteen or sixteen, lions are long-lived, the one known by the name of Pompey living to the age of seventy. Elephants have been known, it is asserted, to live to the great ageof 400 years. When Alexander the Great had conquered Porns, .ing of India, he took a great elephant which had fought valiantly for the king, and named him Ajar, dedicated him to the sun, and let him go with this inscription: "Alexander, the son of Jupiter, dedi cated Ajax to the sun." The elephant was found with this inscription on 350 years after. Pigs have been known to live to the age of twenty, and the rhi noceros to twenty; a horse has been known to live to the age of sixty-two, but averages twenty-five or thirty; camels live to the age of 100; stags are very long-lived; sheep seldom exceed the a...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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NATURAL ENEMIES OF THE ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

NATUERAL ENEMIES OF THE ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. There is, apparently, no apparatus so liable to be interfered with by what we may call natural causes as the electric perils from vermin and fungus environ telegraph. But lately it was seen what the subterranean wires. Fish gnaw and mollusks overweight and break the sub marine conductors; while there is at least one instance of a frolicsome whale en tangling himself in a deep sea cable, to its utter disorganization. It is stated that within the three years ending 1878, there have been sixty serious interruptions to telegraphie communication, in Sumatra, by elephants. In one instance, these sagacious animals, most likely fearing snares, destroyed a considerable portion of the line, hiding away the wires and insulators in a canebrake. Monkeys of all tribes and sizes, too, in that favoured island, use the poles and wires as gymnasia, occasionally breaking them and carrying off the insulators; while the numerous tigers, bears, and buffaloes on...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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LOST IN THE CATACOMBS. BESSIE DARLING PASSES A NIGHT UNDER PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

LOST IN THE CATACOMBS. nESSIE DARLISG PASSES A IOBET ONDER PARIS. Miss Besote Darling, the aotress, who has just returned from her European tour, gives the following dramatic account of the misfortune that attended her visit to the Catacsoombs of Paris : "There were thirty-one of us in the party. HEgardlees of the guide's injnno. tions that we should keep together on the penalty of getting lost, I wandered, unob served by any of my companions or the guide, into a tranverse gallery, and after leisurely deciphering the several inscriptions that attracted my eye, turned to make an exit and rejoin the party. But I turned in the wrong direction, and did not discover my mistake until I had gone some dis tance. Positive, at first, that my course was correct, I hurried on without giving an alarm. As soon, however, as I realized that I was indeed lost, you may be sure that my voice was exerted as only a woman in distress knows how to exert her voice. I retraced my steps in as much of a ran a...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN ELECTRIC RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

AN ELECTRIC RAILWAY. SMany attempts have been made to ply the motive power obtained from ectricity to the working of locomotives, at no satisfactory result was obtained. owever, a step forward has been made this direction in Berlin with apparent rcess. There are two lines of rails laid wn, which, as in a narrow guage line, turn into themselves in a ring shaped e. The lengthiis about three hundred etres. In the middle is an isolated d Line, d consisting of an upright con uous iron plate. The locomotive es two rollers, with which it stands connection with the isolated middle e. This essential portion of the loco tive is formed by an electro-dynamical thne, one pole of which is connected th the middle line, and the other with e pair of outer rails, through the outer heels. Similarly the machine'which duces the current stands in the chine-room in connection through one pole with the middle line and through the other pole with the outer pair of rails. When, therefore, the dynamical machi...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

MIELBOURNE IMARKETS. zEssas. W. M'Cucr.Loca & Co. reportfor. the week ending 22nd. Nor. Flour, best brands, per ton .£12 7/G to £1210/0;'out side, £12 5/0to 12 7/6. Wheat, per bush, Wheat prime, 5J9, med, 5/O.to 5/6, infe rior, 4/0 to 4/9. Maize, prime,' 32 to '33, medium 2/9 to 3/3. Oats, Victorian, prume 3/4, inferior, 2/9 to 3/3; Tasmanian, 3/0 to 3/4 ; New Zealand, 3/0 to 3/4. Barley, malting, 6/5 to.7/0; Cape, 3/5 to 3/S. Pias, prime, for seed, 4/3 to 4/4, medium, broken, 3/9 to 4/0.. Bran, 1/21 to 1/3.. Pollard, 1/21 to 1/31. Potatoes,- per ton, Warrnambool, £.7, Lancefield £7, Ballarat £710. Onions, £9. Garrots, rs 5/0. Mangolds,£1 10o0, Bark, prime stick, £4 1010 to £5 10/0, inte rior £1 10/0 to £2 100, chopped £5 10/0 to £6, ground £6 10/0. Hay, prime, per ton £5 10/0 to £6/10 per ton. Chaff, best £4 10/0 to £5 10/0. Eggs per dozen 0/9 to 0/10. Beeswax, good, per lb. 0/6 to 017; medium 0/41 to 016. Butter, prme patted 0/5 to 016, inferior -03 to 0 5; fresh OJ6.to 0/...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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FORTUNES LOST AND WON OVER WORKS OF ART. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

FORTUNES LOST AND WON OVER WORKS OF ART. Considerably less than a century has elapsed since Horace Walpole said that Sir Joshua Reynolds in his old age had become avaricious, because he asked 1,000 guineas for the picture of the three Ladies Waldegrave ! Formerly his price had been lower-only 200 guineas for a whole-length portrait, 100 guineas for a half-length, and 70 guineas for a "kit. cat." It is needless to say that no one would part with the portraits for such a figure now. In 1774, for instance, Lord Carysfort gave Sir Joshua 50 guineas for the " Strawberry Girl," which Lord Hert ford paid £2,505 for at Samuel Rogers's sale in 1856. The great name of Gains. borough reminds us of a still more con. spicuous instance of the same kind. The celebrated "Duchess of Devonshire" (we need not for our present purpose enter into the controversy as to whether it was really his) was bought by Wynn Ellis for £65, and was resold, as everyone knows, to Messrs. Agnew for 10,000 guineas. After...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

Attention is directed to an advertisement in another column, which announces a sale of drapery, clothing, boots and shoes at J. B. Witton's general store, where provisions are sold at Melbourne prices. The address is the Melbourne House, opposite the rail way station, Warragul.. (Anvt.] MIesrs. Witton & Co. will shortly open a general store at Waterloo, having satisfied themselves that there is an opening there for such an establishment, and they intend by attention and civility, and a system of small profits and quick returns, to merit a share of public patronage. [Anvr.] As will be- seen by advertisement in. another column, Knapp & Co., of Sale, have opened a drapery store at Warragul, where, for a few weeks only, they will sell goods at the same low.rates thathave already-made famous in Gippsland the name of. Knapp A Co. [A.vr.] :. . . Provisions, &c.' , S GRATEPUL--COMLFORTING. ' EP PS' S COC o A. i 6 a Y &thoro knowlede ,of the' ·natrl. laws, whi...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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DROUIN POLICE COURT. (Before E. Lintott and D. Lyall, Esqrs., J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

DROUI 'POLICE COURT. (Before E. Lintott and D. Lyall, Esqrs., J's.P.) P. Miurren v. John McNair; goods sold, 1 7s. 4d. Verdict for amount with 15s. Gd. costs.-Same v. Henry Stewart; goods sold and delivered, £2 5s. 4d. Verdict for plaintiff with 15s. Gd. costs, £1 1Ss. 2d. to be paid in a fortnight, and balance in a month. Same v. Isaac Mayne ;- goods sold and delivered, £2 5s. id. Verdict for plaintiff with 15s. Gd. costs.-Same v. Higgs. Settled out of court.-Same v. E. Timmins; goods sold and deli vered £2 15s. 7d. Verdict for plain tiff with 15s. Gd. costs.--Same v. R. Richarlson; goods soldaiid delivered, 11s. Gd. Verdict forplaintiff with 5s. costs. In this case defendant had paid the amount of the debt with 2s. 6d. costs to a local tradesman for the plaintiff.-Same v. Win. Dempsey. Settled out of court.-Same v. Joshua Robinson. Settled out of court. Same v. A. Cameron; fraud summons, £2 16s. Id. Verdict for amount with 14s. costs, to be paid within 24 hours, or in default one ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. WEDNESDAY, 26th. Nov. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

OUTR MEL lBOURNE LETTER. (FnoM OUR OWN 'CORR?srPON?E 'r.) WEDNESDAY, 2Cth. Nov. :Last Wednesday evening the Assembly went into cosmmittee on the Stamp Duties Bill, and got through the whole of it except the last schedule. Eighty-four clauses were agreed to, with slight verbdal nd technical modific:itions, to which the Government gave their ready and willing assent, Section 55 enacts thatpo bill of exchange or promis sory note shall he stamped after execution. So that a bill or note unstamped when ac cepted would be null and void, and could not be sued on in a court of law. The Chief Secretary moved that a call of the House be made for Thursday, the 4th December, on which occasion the third rea ing of the Reform Bill will be taken. The qui stion of religious instruction in State schools was raised by Mr. Richardson, who called the at tention of'the Minister of Public Instruc tion to the following extract from a speech delivered by the Rev. II. E. Cooper, in the Church of England Asse...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

Public Notices. TII T*1t . E - OF TilE 138 vgoD of ii1i: .,_RU-R.B .0...... Is that T II E ,. EL B OURNE HOUSE? - Is the ".,? . . Cheapness IN , WAR.RACUL. -o - JB. WITTON W OULD rep cfully draw - ATTENTION PUBLIC a .d.tlie , Residents in the township and sur rounding district drhatbhe has purchased the Insolvent STOCK T. W. B?ROVE 8 coNsIGsssi OP GROCERYY IRON3IONGERY;` &•. Atc. . · ; t~TO '4 CIROCKETIRYWAE, . SPECIA? R ED,,UC IOS. BAR qO R)WNA, yor prieBsspostArsanli f ldft TC . ,,.; , Ad~t en t ....%,-. _ Public Notices., ., . OF SAL ,HAVING- OPENED A BRANCH S T:,QR!E AT WARRAGUL, Will hold a three weeks clearing OF DRAPERY, M-EN'S .CLOTIII.G, &c., &c. BARGAINS ! BARGAINS hI'New Ciothing Calicoes, Sheetings, Baisets;, &c. DON'T MISS THE ,GREAT CLEARING SALE. rON'T miss the great CLEARING SALE ., AT KNAPP& Co'S., W VIARRAGUL. • . ' . I ' . . S?,,NE A i SDROUIIN - :I8G NS in new cloth R.1 ?ing, Hatsc, kc., at Knapp.: & Co's., Warragul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 November 1879

Xail Coaches, &c. ROYAL MAIL LINE OF COACHES. WARRAGUL TO BRANDY CREEK AND DROUIN WEST. A COACH will leave Hodson's Royal Hotel, Warragul, for the abovenamed places on arrival of morning trains from Melbourne and Sale, returning in time for evening trains. GEORGE HODSON, Proprietor. TEMPLETON'S ROYAL MAIL LINE OF COACHES. TRARALGON TO WALHALLA. T HE COACH leaves the Railway Station Traralgon, for Walhalla, on arrival of first train from Melbourne, on MonirAs, WEDNasnxus, and FarArs, returning on alternate days in time to catch the after noon train to Melbourne. A. TEMPLETON, Proprietor. CIOBB and CO'S COACHES in connec J tion with the VICTORIAN RAIL. WAYS : SIAE TO BAiRNSDALE, 2 p.m. daily (Sun. days excepted), returningdailyat9.30a.m.; due at Sale 3.30 p.m. Fare, 10s. Coaches will leave Railway Station, Moe, as under : Cooper's Creek, Happy-go-Lucky, and Walballa, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 11.30 a.m., returning on Mon day, Wednesday, and Friday, at S a.m., a...

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