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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

PASSING NOTES. BY SIMrPLETON. "It's something awful," remarked a resident of this district in my hearing the other day, "these churches are always begging ". The man who thus spoke keeps his gig, "does his whisky," smokes the best cigars and generally has a fine time of it. He was asked to subscribe something for a church purpose recently, and being possessed with a species of generosity did so, but could not forbear accompanying his gift with the grumbling remark quoted above. It is interesting to hear such an one-and there are only too many of this kind-complain of what we suppose lihe would.term the " avarice" of the churches. The place which the church occupies in the minds of such people is a peculiar one. They are fully convinced that it should be main tained; and there should be a hand some building, equally handsome appointments, and a minister who combines in his own person, the learn ing of an Augustine wit'h the meekness and piety of a Xavier; but it doesn't occur 'to the...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

COIMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Messrs A. M'Lean'and Co., report :_ We yarded 300 head and cleared nearly every beast. Prices showed a decided up ward tendency. Fat cattle selling extra well. We sold sbveral drafts of fat cattle outside the yards at high prices. Fat bol locks £9 Ts Gd to £12 (the latter for a heavy weight sold privately) ; store bul!ocks £5 l6s to £i 12s Gd ; steers £3 4s, £3 8s 6a, £3 9s rd to £4 Gs; heifers £2 8s to £4 ; cows, £4 10s to t 15s ; vealeris to £2; 'working bullocks, inferior at £8 7s 6d. We sold pri vately a team of guod workers at £12 per head. SMess~rs Little and Borthwick 'report:- i Fat Cattle.-Extlene rates ruling, and prices were hi.h r this week t! as we have seen for many years. At Mafra we yard ed about 80 head; cows, inferior to me dium, £5 17s 6d, £6, £6 5s, £6 10s, £6 17s 6d, £7 5S, £7 10s, £7 17s 6d; inferior to medium bullocks, £7 10s, £8 5s, £8 12s 6d, £9, £g 7s 6d ; one stag, £13 2s 6d; heifers, £5 2s 6d to £6 10s; vcalers, £1 10...

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HEYFIELD SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

HEYFIELD SPORTS.. The above sports were held on Sa urday and yesterday o-, the Hey field reserve. AMr. R. A. Burley, the promoter, had every reason to be sa isfied wi h the result of his effor s. On Saturday there was a ga hering of fully 300 spec a'ors, and on MBIoday the arse da'ice was even larger. Every 'hing we.it off well and pleasa tly. The following are he resul:s : MAIDEN PLATE, 130 yds.--First prize, L1 ; second do., 10s. Entrance, 2s 6d. Brennan, 1 ; J. Burley, 2; Doxey, 3. This was a splendid race, the first man winning on the post. 12 started. SHEFFIELD HA.DICAP, 130 yds.-First prize, L20 ; second do., L6 ; third do., L3 ; fourth do., Ll. Nominations, 10s ; acccp tances, 10s. 1st heat.--Walkover for M'Leod. 2nd heat.---Carpenter, 13 yds, 1 ; Hr bron, 17 yds, 2 ; Drummond, 9 yds, 3. 3rd heat.---Wickham, 1I3 yds, 1; McDonald, 13 yds, 2 ; Southern, 17yds, 3. 4th heat-McFarlane, 17 yds, 1 ; Bren nan, 9 yds, 2. 5th heat.--Noy, 10 yds, and Cooper (a), 14 yds, dead heat. This ...

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THE SALISBURY MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

THE SALISBUtRY MINISTRY. The Marquis of Salisbury has now completed the formation of a Ministry and the following is a full list of ap pointments : Premier, Marquis of Salisbury. Lord High Chancellor, Lord Halsbury. Lord President'of the Council, Vis count' Cranliriok.". ' . Lord Priv. Seal (without seat; `in' Cabinet), Earl of Cadogan? Chancellor of. .Exchequdeir "Lord' Randolph Churchill.f Iy Secretary for Foireign Affairs, Lord Iddesleigh. Secretary Home Department, Hefiry Matthews, Q. C. Secretary. for Colonies, Edward Stanhope. Secretary for War, W. H: Si?ith." Secretary for .IIndia, ";Sir R. A. Cross. Secretary for Scotland;, A. :fJ. Balfour. First Lord of `Admirality, L o George Hamilton. : ; Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, Mar quis of Londonderry. Lord Chancellor for Ireland,?',rd Ashbourn. Chief Secretary for Irelaiid, Sir Michael Hicks-Beach. , Postmaster-General H?. C Raikes.: President Board of Trade, Siri F. Stanley. Chancellor of Duchy of Lancaster, Lord John Manners Presi...

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SINGULAR RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

SINGULAR RAILWAY ACCIDENT. Some stir was created at Spencer street station on Tuesday eveniuig by the last passenger train from Sandhurst, which is usually a heavy one, riot arriving at its destination .with cus tomary punctuality. Inquiries were made along the line by telegraph as to the cause of the delay, and aill anxiety felt regarding the safety of the passein Lers was soon allayed by a message being received from Sunbury stating that the train had left that station safely, but very late, having been delayed at Riddell's Creek for 40 minutes through some trucks having broken away from a train on the Lancefield line, and blocked the traffic on the main line at the Lancefield Junction station. Upon the arrival of the Sandhurst train at Spencer-street station, at a quarter to 12, it was ascertained that the train which left the Luncefield Junction station at 8-40 last evening for Lancefield with passengers and goods had seven trucks contaihing merchandise and sheep in the rear. Th...

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SHIRE ELECTIONS.—CENTRAL RIDING. TO THE EDITOR, TRARALGON RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

SIIRE F.LEOCTIONS.-CENTt1AL RIDING. TO TUE EIITOR, TItARAlIGON ntaf)RP. Sir,--On Thursday next we shall lh expected to record our votes in favour of one of the two candidates who aspire to a seat at the Council table, when my fellow-ratepayers should have no, hsiia tion as to who is the right man to ek?'. Our present member, Mr. It. Mill io always been most attentive to the ntriOre ments of not only the central riding but the Shire generally. We can hook upln him as a good all-round representative; he has a large stake in the district, harvu property worth some thousands in the town, also a large landed interest in the south portion of this riding ; add t, this the fact that he has a daily line ofcoache traversing the north portion to Walhalla, and I think I have proved without doubt that Mr. Milh's private interest is wral?lld up in the progress and prosperity of Traralgon. Such being the case, and with a clean sheet in the l.ast, let us uga.nl 4UlI port our old member and return h...

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ST. JAMES' CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

Sr. JAMES' CHURCH. On Sunday evening the Incumbent took his text trom 1 Chron. xxii. 19, "Arise, therefore, and build ye the sanctuary of the Lord God." This Inst charge of King David to the princes of Israel expressed the burden of his mind. The thought of the grandeur of his own royal residenee and the inadequateness of God's taber nacle caused him sleepless nights. Not being allowed to build, however, he yet made due preparations, and incited his people to set about the .work; the first and most necessary preliminary being to seek the Lord, for it was a sanctuary they were to build. By sanctuary sometimes we mean the most holy place, at other times the whole building, the holy temple. Some modern English churches bear a kind of resemblance to Solomon's temple, while others are cruciform. But as accommodation for worshippers now is tho main desideratum, the style of archi tecture is a matter of taste. That which answers to the Holy of Holies is the chancel. The Jews were to begin ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

TO THE EDITOR OF THE E-?'.cot Sir,-As a ratepayer, I am very glad V' see from notices in the "Ilc"rd" that Mr Allan Walker lhas conscnted to coa11t the sent in the Shire Council with )ir Robert MilL For two reasons I am pl ad that Mr. Mill is rat to have a walkohvI nothing tends so much to stagleaie the efforts of our public men in the interens of the commnnity as the ahBence of a healthy rivalry, even in the c'ie of good representatives it is a very wholesome e t r e them to e-- through the rnlo pt lic opinion at the ballot bor; ill o .pecially is it so when it un lmt Wo re i ns that a considerable *ior • hc? . o.stituents consider them nMer "representcdh In Mr Allan neeies unrepreseiitcih }}'lkr tie urtepayers will have a man who o1nlkerya t de? o i-ds thoroughly the no:t onl ts of the Shire, but will bring eV inirenc judgment, and an indepeiid elu sitl.... ti~l scor of the duties of a shire councillor. It is ot my intention to say a dis nIt, i d m?eoncerning Mr. Mill as a 1 nndwi...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

WESLEYAN CHUncH. On Sunday evening Mr Cannam took his test from Romans viii. 6, "For to be carnally minded is death." The earth may, properly speaking, be divided into three zones, torrid, temperate, and frieid. Society may be divided into three classes, the aristocraiic, the middle class, and the lower, or poor. Each of these classes is dependent upon each other, and yet we see signs of a constant strife existing be tween them, showing the carnal mind. We all come under the sweeping influence of the carnal mind. We find it in all grades ofsociety, in those we look upon as models, so far as our eye of morality sees, and yet, if searched, the worm of carnal-mindedness would be found lurking at the bottom of their motives, and death is the reward of it. Will we choose death then rather than life--life which is offered throunh the blood of our loving Saviour, and w'hich is free to all who truly repent their sins I

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TRARALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

TRAIRALGON AGRICUL TURAL SOCIETY. The regular meeting of the above Society was held yesterday afternoon at the Court House hotel. The president; Mr. Dugald Campbell, occupied the chair and there were also present Messrs. Firmin, Body comb, Chapman, Miller, Walker, Reed, Soigh, Jas. Campbell, M.Mahon, Whitti kers, Mitchell and Varney. The minutes having been confirmed and the letters forwarded read--a letter was read from Messrs Oldfield and Moore offering special prizes for the forthcoming show to the value of LG Gs. From A. C. (Groom Esq. M.L.A.with a donation of L2 2s. From Wood, Dunu and Co. offering special prizes for buatter being a cup of the value of L3 3, and from R. K. Montgomerie Esq. with adonation ofLI 1. The Secretary was instructed to convey the committee's thanks to the heveral donors. The Secretary reported that lie had already received special prizes for next show amounting to about L40. The sub-committee appointed to inspect and report on the improvements required ...

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MIRBOO. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

MIRBOO. [Fromt our own Correspondent.] Sa'urday. Your readers are aware that for a long time past a number of selectors and others interested in the prosperity and welfare of this place, have formed themselves into a league for the pur pose of obtaining a tramway, and have spared neither time, trouble, nor ex pense to attain that object, and, as in all other well regulated societies, from time to time passed such resolutions as were deemed necessary for the proper tnagement of the business of the league. One of these resolutions was that a subscription of 10s should be paid before any one was entitled to vote as a member of the league; another, that vote by proxy be allowed ; this was considered very necessary, as the wet weather and the awful state of the roads rendered it very difficult for those members to attend the meetings who lived at a distance. The league was considered to be getting on first rate up to the last meeting of the shire council, when their deputation waited on ...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, Aug. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

EUROPEAN TELE'GRAMS. (From Melbourne papers.) London, Aug. 7. There was a renewal of the recent party riots in Belfast to-day. The proceedings assumeda very threatening phase, and the police were obliged to fire upon the crowd, seven of whom were wounded more or less severely. London. Aug. 8. The deputation representing the Im perial Federation League which will wait upon Lord Salisbury on Wednesday next will ask the Premier. either to convene a conference or to appoint a Royal commission to report upon the best means of bringing about concerted action between England and the colonies for the defence of the Empire and a closer union of the various parts of the British dominions. Forty members of Parliament will ac company the deputation. Mr. Wood, a merchant of Winnipeg, the capital of Manitoba, is, at the instance of Sir John Macdonald, the Premier of Canada, makinmr inquiries as to the best meamnsof extending thetrade between Canada and Australia. Ie will visit Sydney at an early ...

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THE CHURCHES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

THE CHURCHES. PRESBYTERIAw CHRncH. The Rev. J. G. Paton, New Hebrides missionary, on Sunday morning took his text from Matthew xxviii. 17-20-the conlmand given to the disciples to preach the gospel to all nations. Jesus here, in the beginning of the text, sets himself forth as our mediator between man and an offended God-the only means under heaven whereby we may be saved. Though He had shown unmistakable proof of His Messiahship, some doubted, still believing that the Messiah would set up a temporal kingdom. We naturally ask who were the doubters-not Thomas ? Methinks there are more Thomases than one. I think we deny ourselves some of heaven's best blessings by our doubtings and questionings of the will of an Almighty God. Christ has all power in heaven and in earth. All power on earth because H1~ lived with us, suffered with us, overcom ing all and completing our redemption. Who can read the story of the cross with out being struck with the divinity of Christ ? We mortals cling wi...

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CORRESPONDENCE. LOCAL INDUSTRIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

CORRESPONDENCE. LOCAL INI)USTItII '. TO TIHE EDIToll OF TnHE IItE}Co, Sir,--In the articles which hae ap. peared in the " Rlecord" auientt "had industries," there is one Itod soure ,..f wealth that has not ieen nuentioe.d, r:., gold. Twenty-six years ago, latn, it xa: gold, and the scribhling of a miner, thlat brought Giploland prominently l ,fore the Government and the people of the e'lm. In that year a miner, named ;ldl:ual reported to the Government that i,e h,,,d found payable gold at (l,.d lIol, Cork. A rush took place, and the cOs,.qeli, ,, was the opening of the ll:w Itw oiltId ,., or, as it now is calul, the T;?il, ,,r :Russell's Creek goldliell. Some of the creeks and callies 1.:.:e been very good, and in the 'Tagil .' te very good patches have been found. I,? the ground was so easily workdl tia :, creeks and gullies were sr.on work,,l .tit Payable gold has lean otainad in shallow workings, to a certain ,lis...e, below the Tangil towaship, and from t,'? iup the Tangil for a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

Wanted. W dANTE D.-An Intelligent Lal to learn the Printing. Apply at once Record Oji.e. W ANTED Cook and laundress. Apply Trara!gon Hotel. AN I ED girl. vencral work. Apply FAIRY LAW\N, or C'uht Itelc Traralgon. H TANTEID--Apprcntices to dressmaking SApply to Musses WADE, Argyle-street. For Sale or To Let. FO11t SAI.E.- IRUIT TREES, SlitRUIRS c, garant, guaranteed, at Melbourne prices. WV. LUXFORIID. Seedrnman, Franklin-street, Traralgon OR SALE-A light waggonette cheap. F apply to J. SANDS, Trara:!gn. F 'R SALE-POSTS and RAILS, Gar detll Palings and broad Palings in any quantity. FRUIT TIREES in anyquantity for sale from Cole's Nursery, at Melbourne prices. Apply to C. STEADMAN. Traralgon, FOR SAL.E.-W\astc Paper. -Cheap. SApply--lecord Office. PIGS. PIGS. PIGS. SOR SALE.-20 Pigs, cheap, at Wattle . F Farm, Traralgo, i South. G. WHALT.EY. TO BE LET - Recreation Villa. within five minutes' walk of Railway Station. containing seven rooms with underground tank. containing about 4000 ...

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RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. -o PAYMENTS. Tnnrlgor.-B. Langford, D. Russell, II. lIamptnm, C. Murray, C. H. Williams, )M.e Mechanics' Institute, H. IIHarkin, W. Welnwodm, 31. A. Campbell, Dunhar, Nar m?- M ih?nics' Institute, Traralgon lMechanics' Institute, Peterkin and Co., Dpu 'e, Bermingham, Dwyer, Muirhead. lRuedale-.-T. Feely, W. H. Spencer, I. P'iers. LEASES. D. C. Archibald, G. Dare, P. Gorman, J G(Ce, J. loward, W. Hardy, J. W. Heo" asnm, H. Kjergaard, Walter Marstin, L. arstin, W. Moore, A. F. M'Donald, R. Rihall, T. Shanahon, E. L. Simmons, J. Shiells (2), P. Whelan (4), G. Whalley, o.ar., G. Whalley, A. Don, junr., W. S. Guthrie, R. Hoddinott, E. M. Miller, H. Whittle, T. Somerville, W. Allen, C. T. Blandford, J. Kyne, J. Pryde. GRANTS. J. Brooks, Bermingham and another, T. Copeland, R. 1. Derham, G. Firmin (3), W. Gould, F. Handley, J. LMnsfield, Rev. P. Mercer and others, A. Nadenbousche (F, Thomas Needham (4), C. Stammers, . Scarlett (2), W. Scarlett.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

-TOWN DIRECTORY. 'R R.1 cr.- I.'Cin n n mIres from 31? lIb'urnct, n the CaIIn:ll Gip:ll 1 lit e, at ICh- junm lain of tIi.e Ie cf l.: Il IV. Slre C?:uneil.-Pr e i, n,, J. Prt, kitC l'Hqj., C uneill-n , .tles:. (;. II ohn J) CUtjl eIll . IC. Ir:a. :o.s tn:l,, K,.II hcr. Fno.?th, Mil, :,nd Vrn, y : Shire .ear. ta-y ird Engivrcr, ir J me. ('n n,. bell : I I:at ('lnletor. Works In speclr, rX. F. M'ihin noll: Trerc e.J.11. a-, 1: ". ., aier ..1 It luk, ofAustrnl:hsi: lHealth llti or.Dr MIItg.mcry InspectorNtS sanme',Const;,ll O'lDaeogltl ; the Cutn-ii l- ao:rit..s a I o?il lb ard ,1 Ill:thh. and n elt f-r bu i,.e-s on the sctro:-I WVedresdav in the montih a: I a tit. L.cwl.-Pl' e .ligitt.alte, A. W. IL.wint . E-q. who l .dd- coart:. the f urCh Wmaia: s :i-v in t vcy mov nth. the Ju-t r,.- of te ]Peke pJc-i:.ing on the scton:d W\dn.asda:v, at t10ea.t?. . rk' I Cout.:,l, al:., tCC, etotal ]Ac i -tr,'. Sir- har:e-: Dau V'\ 4 1.u t-ce- a.1 ti*e Pn:t-. 3.-.sre .1. I'r:eerkin,. r M.r :so. 1I. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

Auctions. MARRIAGE, OI.BR, AND COY. STOCK AND ESTATE AGENTS, IVE careful attention to all lusliness entrusted to them. Periodical .Markets as below. Land and Clearing Sals properly conducted. VALUATIONS made. LOA. 8 negotiated, and Life and Fire INSURANCE effected. ArcrroxEEn : IMu. JACKSON OUR. H EA D OFFICE-TRAIIA LGOON. We have ercctrd n w and extensive Yards at Traralgon. %lrwe-ll, T.ugnthbie. Narm can, .1:rtoxx, nith usxxt accomodation for Drafting. AGOI?t Fon National of New Zealand. Fire Insurance Co C'olonial Miutual Fireand I.ife ltsuranceCA,. New York Life lnsurance.Co. New Zenland Mereantile Agency Co. MIRBOO NORTH MONTHLY SALE. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 11. M AURIAG;F. ORR s C0., nill sell at their New Yards, at rear of Fitz patrick's Hotel, on the abore date 5 Fat Cows 50 heuad Mixed 'atile Hlorses, Pigs and Sandries MORWELL, MONDAY, AUG. 1G. iMARRIAGE, ORR, & CO., will sell for A11 various owners 10 Fat Bnllocks,'Cows,and Milkers 50 head Mixed Cattle NARRACAN, WED., AUG...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

NOTE THE FLAG E.IF :FE:LDBl S p r. ._& .K..Ir .. . ... :;" ;. .: S T'.. TRARA LGON THE COLO~IALL BA, 'I NEXT !.i GREA.T CASH C EARING ` .O F DRAPERY, CLOTHING &c fMers F..o beg to thank the inhabita-its of. Tnrrdgon, dorwell, -Flynn's Creek, Glenuarry, C:llignee 'ad dlistrict for the fair support. they have re lve e so. fai duridti hen l eir', . 'le i n le o .:.. . - p :es I very buyerls? ? smore tRhan pleased with tile : Extraordinary Value and : Sterlinig Quality of our Goods. To further encourige the public to patronise us, swe lvee decidedl oi still greater reductions, foir instance- Nerrnekses' Long Clotih, 3Gin. cidte Winceys, splendid widith 4s$ 1 1dd0o A :. Gd per doze Brosi hIolliand, pure linen,4s Gd doz. P) 4s id rer dozein French Cachemiirsi,:10,d per yard i 5s per dozen Whi.te Blankets, splendid sidth, 'en's Shirts, from ls Sd each .-. laie size, lls d per pairi-. ,, Udershirts, fromu Is 1Id: White Turkish Towels; Sd each.. .. Woo. Socks " Black Velvdtee...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1886. THE GIPPSLAND RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 August 1886

"M1ODERATE. Bur PROGRESSIVE." (Published eve: Tacs:l.y Fali lay marning.) TUESD.\Y AUGUST 10, 1886. THE GIPPSLAND RAILWAYS. THIERE is at the present time a very considerable difference of opinion as to whether the proposed line of rail way to Yarram shall be connected with Sale, or with Traralgon. It is needless, perhaps, to say that the difference of opinion exists merely between the residents of Sale and Traralgon, and not amongst the resi dents themselves of the latter place. One of our Sale contemporaries has recently taken the matter up warmly, and has been inciting the residents of the district to make one grand and united effort to have the Gippsland railway system so ordered that Sale shall be the metropolis of Gippsland, to the great detriment of all other towns on the line. Our Sale neigh bors are fearful of their town becom ing a roadside station, and this fear has caused them to call forth their whole strength, and struggle for sdpremacy, as.if this struggle miht he thei...

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