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DEATH OF MR. RICHARD GIBSON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

DEATH OF MR. RICHAERD GIBSON. It will Ie learned with Ireret by a large section of the community that MIr Richard Gibson, of the firm of Iiclhard (;ib\on and Co., stock and station esalesmen, 66 Queen-street, died tuddenlyv last w-eek at his residence, Roal1 Park-.rand, Carlton. MrGibson lad for sene timne Ibeent suffering from an affectionr of the bronclhial tubes, 'hihl, hlwsever, did not prevent him from attendi,, to business. Indeed he was in his otiee on Friday afternoon, and apparently in good health. On ,Lturlav morning Mr Gibson did not nstake Ins ppeartlance at the breakfast table and one of thIe members of the fataily proceeded to his room and found hiu lving dead in bed. According to the mnedical testimony, death was caused hv a sudden contraction of the Ironchiial tubes, which prevented res piration. Mr Gibson, who was highly rsected amongst his acquaintances, S tbant ira Mauchline, Ayrshire SotLand, in November, 1831. He s. an old colonist, having arrived in iCtoria in ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

COGMMlERGIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. 1 Messrs A. }'Lean and Co. report. Morwell, lonrday 16th August. Good supply forward. Ours?cs were -Fa: bul llcks LS LO to 1.8 I-s 6? ; draf; store bullooks nice sorts but vyoung at L i s; 1I S to 3 yenr old steers a: L4 S s: draf: 3 8 yar old heifers L3 14i :nd several other a lots at market rates. At War-r ..gti t on Saturday our yards were well supplied. Fat cows ranging from L7 7s 61 to L7 10s; store cows at L4, and milkers and springers L5 to L5 17s 6d ; draft young cattle at LI 16s, and various other pens a: ruling prices. We e have to reprt selling privately through r the we-k the following drafts :--I) bul locks at L5 ; 40 3-year-old steers at LI; 45 low cnditionrd cows at L3 7s 6 ; 34 3 to 4-y7ar-old steers (vry poer), L3 to L44; 43 3-yea.-old steers and heifers at L- IOs, 100 c?,s at L3 5s ; .0 steers at L3 L3s, I and a draft of calves at LI 10s. We are tirst sale on Monday next, vide advertise s met. S.ALE, Satumav August 14. Messrs ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

On SilIay eve 1e l . v-s. he rev. tenl : YOvu to un.ot the brt::r r' :,'- a";t ,c::; at? all the atiiurst i : . , '. at th:s tit.e a: Ž .. w: . .: e ., me spirit of unit: ex. t trn. : , .e.i se ad cip? t, tlf hrisr, a: "?. c *..nr.: l . ri umatter what _rha. v x. r: t ttai of rte Lhriti::n Ihri:ii * ,, If our . comman faith I .. * - anti-christian .ractruin. : :" :n r! fri all denou.iuatios ak:: " ::.e 'i:?"as of defenae, and tigh:' ;: . i. al: ", , i. ier, f,,r t-he I .::--. 'K ,f,: hoa:r amen c.lk of i:,~ . a ,.,;: a ftltteta :iLy, and of t c: .':?e-ita. :na worldtIv enc_ The w "c:. llW:-e s ei,. til, d won and ,ie I?lii :: a ": f 2 ..s .i,,s of m :u ki::d. -1: " :e "utd littlce tumnacl Jse-e si 'ia -ei e A umrdit: af such a :, .,. 1 , ar -, : . if this were ctart.-?:.1 :,.,,:,.,-,: would lnt alat an tar - t " .a .Ir:t tiaon. I admit that: , rniu.tayui.aid fra?nrilntty are Ill'n':;: atI1 e? ?~~ tin4ui.shl, . tr.ait, i.t i: ,.,:· -la %.. flont a saiit?al ri t.u i ai a '" r . imiL' ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE MIRBOO TRAMWAYS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

COREISPONDENCEm . THE MIRBOO TRAMWAYS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECOED. :sir-Would you kindly allow me patce to correct a panragraph which ap pe?red in your issue of the Gth inst., i reference to the public meeting on 2nd inst., re proposed tramway. Your in firnxnt is appareutly an interested prtvy, and haid an object in misrepresenting the f acts of the meeting.. Mot of the disturc lbhuce he complained of was c?sed by one . selector whho ad taken a drop too mutch. whom it is unnecesary to mirntiun, and Iby one of the defeated side (no doubt your irformant), who made hirmself obuozious to the meeting and tried in every way tot s.luash the proceedings when he saw his .ile defeated; who not only questioned the minutes of the previous Tramway Learme meeting, lht also Mr Prtson' repJrt on the western route. In reflrring t) that part of your mfoirmant's report where he attributes the carrying of the resolution to the fa:t that the voters were not ratepayers and indifferenb t to, whch? way th...

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THE CHURCHES. ST.JAMES' [?] [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

THE CHITZ'iý-- 6T. JAIta ·d'li In the ornirim: the Y ? ir i". irea.iied fromi Su Take us the fime-.e 't ao, spuii the clues,fo ':*s a y ,tenle. lie slid tilere W.,. weir preniouis in h ol., reference t.. t'hrlei - "-".;r., -` " t, his coming ; : In a rin wnt aloe thinu uncrler'·. rem ove th e":.:t1 e , eie " thter thuugh c~'zz .n - l, - Lv and 1,t". Her,. c .rc in Likiig . '..! ' and when word came . : "ý " f w'.rk, he th'.niht I, ' arioen aatn. Jos:;. to Her I. There a r i , I. }:j. .,,: f ool in tile ,R. dicers 1'Ln'rs. andr :.. ' at,,, them..I it ynr ireu.rd. I menll aLe i there are wrlty.. :I L~jd,et wiLO aire d.:_r,, , biinz the sut itiiv :ýi:,xli u u , y : "I, inctnihen: stt :ate h.." alike to the ce: is'ell a, e'l.ei :: 1 !nn d the churcl . and :. t.ea. ;,i- it tanta'. lktle totinpet :..: as,i4 ; 1r ' deseribed :s the iittl f~ n " x':a » Let aR mn onae a : " , an rovinuef e-otoa . i {~n i nit thi"k he.-' " at fi o 'e. , 'e titerth eift 1, t.,..r. " d.rive tOut.t

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RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

RECEIPT & PAY OFFCI TRARALGON. -- -- P AYMENTS. T r t a l a t . L lldt R 3 i· ell. H. Hampt~tnt, C. 3Ilrm v. C. H. W:iliamt. \(oe 3Lchl,: lic..' lnvtirlna", H. Hari~:r Narrican Free Lifz-irv. 31. Dwv',r J. ? 3loirhead, J. P. Moozntgoer. yj. 3 wood, E. Have, T. tJitc~iI. tsr'x7ý Shlire Corlncil,-J. A. 3lirhe~u+. J. P";li1 W. Lrtufd, J. Rapicov, H1. Itrr. = Peterkin, J. 31"rU.Lld. Morwcll.-F. Nicholls J. H. I. "'· A. Daveyy('), M1irtl/ Ire? I.:1 r~y. J patrick, J. Caldwell, C. P \d. ards. 1 RosedaIe.-T. Feeliy. U. 9P-10! Aa~ht.y W. Allen, . Williams. S. win, F. HnogIes. LE aSER G. D:ur, P. G.ornLI J. G J el ': 1 J. W. Henarnn, H. kPr_ 1,.i larstin. L 3Mar'n, W. " 3f'Donald, R. RiC2:rll 'r. I1L;LII; ..^.. =" Simmons, 3. Shiells l:. Whalley, :renr., (~ \\½:aIU P WVhelaur (3j, H. W Kittl~e, \\. ,~r " -. A. Don, jour., 3. D)wver J3 PI"'. Elandford, W. 1l. in., E 3M. M:llr. 3. Hoddiuutt. GRANTS. 3. Brooks, Berntilnglhal Lad a "h'; T. Copelaed, R. M. Perhba. rnt ii W. Gould, F. Hand...

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MASONIC. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

[MASONIC. "The largest most influential, and most imposing gathering whirlch has ever been held in connection with the Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons was held in London on July 1," says the 'European .Mail,' " when upwards of 1000 Grutd, Past Grand, and Provincial Grand officers assemlled in Freetuasos'-hall, under the presi dency of the Earl of Kintore, Grand Master, to witness the installation of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales as Grand uMaster. The (Grand Lodge was opened at 1 o'clock by the Earl of Kintore, who was supported by the Duke of Con naught, and some hundreds of plst and present grand officers and provincial grand officers-India and the colonies, as well as the United Kingdom, were well represenlted, Sir W. J. Clarke, Grand Master of Victoria, heing pre sent. At a quarter past I the Prince of Wales entered the Grand Lodge amid enthusiastic cheers, being accom panied by a large and representative body of Mark Masons deputed to conduct His Royal Highluess to th...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

TO THE EDIrrTi OF THE RECORD. CIR,-I see that your own corresp.,n dent, Iir~lm. returns to the charge "Tramway Routes." Thinking that his; previous wa.' h;mily lively eulnhl, he launches out into a vivid description of the lawless mob of stran ,ers "led on by their willing tool of a chairman,, a ntlo evidently a stragugr, one well adapted ifr their purpose, ignorant alike if a chair man's duties and it. responsibilities," was not sufilcient. He enleaors to pictrerr the awfil amount of ignoramne which prevails in this beuighted pirt of the colony, and in this enlightened age. He evidently thinks, and suggests thit there is one, and ouly one wayout "of our difi culties and perplexities, and that is to accept him as our philos.-phior, ,'ide? and friend. A heaven-hir, genilts sent purposely to end all our troubles. But stay, can it be possible that this brilliant dispenser of insults was proposed as. hairman and rejected ? unt again, - The lawless mob," when the divisin on the route was...

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GLENGARRY PLOYGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

GLENGARRY PLOTU:GING MATCE. The f llowine are the eurr-es *--:lt Class .,.-Jobn Dlrndin. Class B.-Jehn Flar r : .Jane.;, t tbr= ('lLs- (.-J.'hn Miller : ",ihn f,r"ai . David Anurm. Cl'L?, I.-C . HIolm ; ILir, r F?LeW. tCharles O'l'Mar.L The time foir receiviltr ,,ri,. has? 3i 'extended until the miir:ui f t. :h a.ui?' when it is expected that u ·ieitr al bie made.

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MORWELL. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

MORWELL. (From our own Correspondent.) The election of one couucillor for the west riding of the Shire of Traral:on (as you are aware) took place on Thurs day, and resulted in what is common!v called a " boil over." The candidates were Me ss J. English and D. Forsyth, tl:e lrs-named gentleman heing the retiring member. 'I he result, as to fi ures, was, I think, rather a surprise even to the a ricessful candidate's most ardent suppor'ers a; tFe total number p,?l d was, Eng'ish, _40; Forsyth, 130, leaving Forsyth in a minority of 110. When on the election topic, it will not be out of p'anc to tell you that a ratepayer livin; in this tiding, and hasin. pr p.rty in the central riding, is rather annoyed at the loose and negligent manner in which the polling booth at Callignee-road, better known as Bennett's Creek, was conducted. The advertisement stated that the poll commenced at 8 a.m., and he, having gone out to record his vote, and having waited 15 or 20 minutes after the time adverti...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1886. COLONISTS AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

'"UODE?.UFT, I.r P.OGRESS.?V'" (Published eve, r Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, AUGU~T 17, 1886. COLONISTS AT HOME. Tngmr Ihas been much talk of late about the good times our colonial representatives are getting in England, and it is a matter for congratulation that the inhabitants of Australia are being thought more highly of in Engm land than they were some few years ago. From time to time persons have been travelling between. England and the c?lonkis, ut it is only- within the last year or two that the colonies have been recagnised socially. How this has came about we cannot say defi nitely, but probably many things have conduced to bring it about. The visits of the cricketers to Eng!and have helped no doubt to assure the English mind that there are some decently smart fellows in the colonies, and the visits of English cricketers to Aus tralia have no doubt tended very much to dispel the somewlhat renmarkable views held by some conservat:v gentle men concerning us. Y...

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NATURAL HISTORY FOR BABES AND SUCKLINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

NATURAL HISTORY FORi BABES AND SUCKLINGS. --:o:- Horse.-Said to be the noblest of living animals. Sometimes hauls a hack, but is chiefly used for betting purposes. For further information, consult the poolsellers. Dog. Of this animal there are various kinds. The terrier grows fleas, and (snmetin.e4) catches rats. The grey houndruns at -Newark and Merced, and catches every fool who buys him in the pool Thesetter is notused forsetting up the drinks-that process is worked ,v the sucker. Of all dogs the cur has most saver, for he barks like anything and then escapes at the first indication of danger. Cow.-This animal produces milk when not "tied up" or boycotted in the in terests of her first cousin, the pump. This will be news to inilkmen. Pig (otherwise hog).--Oly usefulto put up for raffles and to fool the unsus pecting at a picnic. No other known use for him. Sheep (sometimestermed 1Mutton). At stated periods the butchers conspire to adl him lamb, and put his price up 0 rper cent. B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

TOWN DTRECTORY. ' R I:S I.C1Y 11 I ll.I S -c= r.n I I S foml at. Il't 1110, " n the10 main1 G'irI.- Ii d. d . Ow' jnrtti: n of fi0 1lGl-POli Iic. Sh re C tlcri!,-PI~sid. n=, J. i'rrcrthil I ..C utoeilin'r, \id .001 (. i i ei TI 1) Fomior'.i. Id 1. I ii .'.roy 1-i]}~mfill -. cr. .l r1 rfiercor. ,o u1 \.11. f'nl-r: faie r r iy ."d i'rrinccr. air J..nic· 6in1;'brli: tale C..f' s Tor. VI7IrCo nlopoc" r. &e.. F. Mu'm.n 1'': 7lo'orr·.3. Hf. l"t1..I "01l:vr .t It Ilk of Ans'oraLTi: f1r.o1lth fl ~i rr.Pr1'r ii,,o~0,l0,rg th. (C'..i::jl 1.ol-n ,.t p a 1111.11 I a".. of t\t~r ur t.I - , n liat I I r il. i,-al r.ln . r r. hor r I 'ti the Jut 1" "l-I I." I'r.(C F"I "C1I . n F,'~ co..!\ c \ii1.oi :I.8a W it,. ; " 1, rk , C~mrt. :mn ! ·l; · clot,.!i~ I`c^'strar. ?tr s hare: I',, V". .)a" tier, "!· the P.n0 . 1±,M -c.. .1. 1'l.:l1t. o'. lf 3"r .1..1 I.'. YoIu:: g. W. Whit ako F, it. '. 1o fl. . :I."L Solicitor ± If . I. l r I'l. 11.1.1 t 11. c'ilii i u c :inin ".: u .- 'au. 1)o., lie in.t;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

1 Wanted. T ANT D 200 acres np rung. Apldy ` stating price to s S. J. IIAlRIlOR. Ituthmore. Tyers. tast and Founa. LOST from Traralgnn, runty black horl e branudd like n iear shoulder. £1 Rewanlrd on return ing to-IE '. J. iR WALKEIR, lh Vicarage, Traraigun. L1 REWARD.-Lot, white enw. bran dcil hIart. near shloulhhr with white rhull alf. The above reward will he paid inI delivrry to J. ,N. IIIRKLEY. Itsedlale. For Sale or To Let. FOR SAT.E.- FRUIT TREES, CTIRURS, S&ac, guarateed, at Melbourne prices. W. LUXFOIID. Seeloinan, Franklin-street, "'Traralgton F 11 SALE-IPOSTS and RAILS, Gar den PalinLes and lIbad alinias in any luantilty. FRUIT TIIrEl - in any quantity for sale frun Cole's Nurseri. at lMelbouru?e lri'ces. Apply to C. STEADM AN. Tmmralgun. TJ LET--Four numed Cottage. .ppllI C. R. WILKES & CO. tORI SAI.E.--Waste Paper. -Cheap. A` Alply--lecvod OQJee. Tenders. Tl.'NDERS will be receivrl by thie o(m Snittee of the Traralrln Agricultural SoCiety, ult io rllrll ...

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REMARKABLE CYCLONE AT DEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

REMARKABLE CYCLONE AT DEAL. The town of Deal, which was about seven years ago visited by a disastrous cyclone, was recently again visited by a similar plenomenonn. During the whole of the morning the weather had been variable, with occasional heavy showers. There was very little wind, and just before the storm, shortly after mid-day, it was almost calm and op pressively lhot. The first unusual thing which was noticed was the peculiar appearance and setting of the clouds. A long range of inky black clouds of much greater density thatn the ordinary thundercloud stretched across the sky, and advan-ed length wise from a south-westerly direction. As opposed to this another similar bank of clouds, but shorter, advanced also lengthwise from the south. As the two sets of clouds approached each other some phenomenal effects were witnessed. When within two miles of Deal they suddenly came to a stand still, and then changed their course and advanced together, crossing Deal from west to east. A...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

TO THE EDrTOR OF THE REC2ORD. Sta,-We the nndersi?ned ratepavers of the Shire of Tr?nal-,,n and metrmt.r of the En?.olar and ,Iirboo Tr..mwar League, most emph.iti"ndl pro.est a.inst the report of your Mirb:oo corrcpondelnt of the pubFc meeting held onn the. ,:? inst.. at Mirioo on T:aru?wvy busine.. With very few exceptions the ?.tnerint w:as.' cInposed not o,;ly of r.Oepaners Ibut also of morn!it?s of the Ica-;te. The in. tentioln of not a!llowing Irtciayvers a v:,. at a pulic meetin._ in which all arr. en ti tvo vo?e ca?not he allowe d. arra: can ratepayers are included in the lea;.ne and cannot ie deltrred a vote at the meetings. Not only have the electt.r been inlsultel, butl anIo our worthy chair man, a g.ntlemr n who was el?tc.l pre-i dentof the M3irhso, RTiiwlay Lea ue, but in all other locl nmatters ha:s ten m.u~: I active in furthering the internets of the district, and wan enjoys our utmost counidence. W.n::.tm Hunhes John Bennett Willliam J. Vat .me John ,ance Nicola)s D...

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SAM SILCHESTER, AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. BY NORMAN WAKEFIELD. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

SAM SILCHESTER, AN AUSTRALIAN STORY,* NORMAN WAKEFIELD. CIIAPTER IV. Five years after Samin had finished his first piece of ashlar found him still in Mr Blender's yard, but he had in that time become skilful in the use of the mallet and chisel. Ife had not, however, attained that proficiency whilih he expected to attain almost at once. 1e could not by any stretch of imagination he called a sculptor, but he was without doubt ia good mason. HIe had learned the lesson which comes to all to learn who strive to become master of any given thing. lie had tried to become a sculptor worthy of the name, and at first it seemed that there were no great difficulties in the way for one like himself who possessed more than average intelligence, and a never failing well of energy within hlim, which was always bubbling and rising to the surface and even exuding from every pore, when he concentna ted his mind on anything. With his first ef?,rt-a lion's head, lie was much pleased. He could only see th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

Auctions. MARRIAGE, ORR, AND COY. STOCK AND ESTATE AGENTS, G IVE careful attention to an Business entrua-ed to them. Periodical Markets a* belom. lad and CL-aeingSalespropcely condacted. VALU.ATION.matde LOA\S negotiated, nd Life an.Fir-- IN-SCRALC effected. ACCTrOSrE: Ma. JACKSON ORR. HEAD OFFICE-TRARALGON. We hare erected a w and stsnLsive Yarnlt ac Traragon. \hlorxe'l T,igablhbi. Narra can, 1 roo, with good acetimodatiou fur Draftin;. AGLcs PFULt National ofX ew Za'land, Fire Insurance Co Colonial M utual Firan L Life I uaranca Co. rew York I.if lr rsance. Co. 'ew Zealand Mercantile Agency Co. N-ARRACA2N, WED, AUG. 18. M ARRIAGR ORR & CO. wrill sell at ltheir ncw yad.- SO Head Cattle * Hirs. Pis and Saudries TRARALG O, Y O-DAY, AUG. 23 A. EA & Co. ill sell a their A . S-rd- - I - 12 Fat Rul'locks 0o nicely bred Steera. 3 yro 4Il 40 niceir brrnt Heifers .! rto 3 yrs 40 good Cowa rod lt:Iooks 75 mixed CaterI.of f pur coontry Account ir T. Martin - 2 Temss first-clat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

NOTE THE .. ' LAG, FEILOH ENFEl RR0 S F'IANKLINIJ STREET,. TR.ARALGON. SSALE - - 03 - R-.: DRAPERY, ECLOTIN G C &EA i 'r V.1. beg to tlra.k the inhabitants of Tr'alrigon, 'ifor:ell, ilynn's Cre1'k, (lncrarry, Callignee anrd district for thle fair support tie l rave 're .vid so far during Lheir Clearing. S:le Every buyer was more than plea.sed with the . Extraordinary Value and Sterling Quality of our Goods. To furthri c:cou:ige the public to patronise us, we lhaie decided oni still greater reductions, for instarnce Nr,iroAses' Long Cloth, .16in. wide- j Viinceys, splendi"d width, 4s '3d d(7 A :? s (;d per ldoeei and osrown Holland, pure linen,ol s Gd dh o. ,It 4s -Id f er dozen hFrenci Cacheiirhs, 10!d Iwr yard. 11 I x-i ro er dozen White Blankets, splendid width, eir shirts. frorim i s S? each .t large size, Ils od per pair. ,. Iutndershirts, from Is lid Wilite Turkish Towels, Sd each. W.. Wo.Socks Black Yelvcteets,:l10l d per yard. ,. Colored Moles, heavy shalped 'Colored ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 August 1886

DEATH. PETERS - On the 15th August, at her son's residence, Hazelwood, Elizabeth Peters,   aged 78 years.

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