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MASONIC. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 August 1886

M~ASONIC. A pleaant re-uniou of tn e Inhle of the Argyle Lalge, N. 72t.i( took place on Friday iui;ht lost' 1i 20th inst., at the 1hasic 11j Tiualigon, the occasionu l,.ing tl,, in. stallation of lroJ.Ilownly ,,5 ' 1t J . for the ensuing year. '1 l,. ?,. large atteldallce of IbretJul I:. ' ombers. Amonhgst the ;t" tended f(omll other lodges ... , ).D).O.I. Jron. C. i. -Maill 1111 I otfficers; the W.M. of the (iplid Lodge 11: 1, I'.C. Bale, (ll,.. t I and olhicers; the R.W.M. of the, 5N Province Lodge 7, 8 .C. s?te, (1,k Worthington) an'l otiifeos; the. \1'.II St. John's Inlge i20 ýS' ...' (Ilro. Smith); the \w1. 11 'v,,,. Lodge, 2044 E.C., llymour (iho It, (Groot); as well as rte.05 ralr atia, from the Walhalla :ad Gippllad Forest Lodges. The Judlldatit, ceremony w?as pel,1ornid i Biro (1, p Martin PT.J..W.,in a Wvry irn.iy site lmannelllr. l])lilg the cer1IeII,h the anthem "I will lift up Mlillne Jyne together with the music incidet,,ll to1 the ceUremony, was renderel with ion effl...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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PRESBYTERIAN SABBATH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 August 1886

PIt?RmYTERIAN SAIIBATH SCHOOL. On Friday evening lasta a farewell so cial was given by the teachers and child ren of the above school to 'Miss C. M'Cull, who, since the opening of the schooL has taken a deep interest-ias a teacher,, and secretary-in its welfare; aid who is about to sever her connection with the school, and leavo Traralgon. .In the above capacities her christian character has ever shone forth, and it is with heart. felt regret on the part of both'. teacher' and children that her departure will lie received. A goodly number of childreni, teachers, and a few friendts were present, and the evening, "riotwithstaiidindg its import, was very sociable and enjoyable. The Re'. J. G.'Wilson, on-behalf of the teachers and "children, preuenlted Miss M3Coll with a handsome illuminated ad dress, signed by tile teachers, expressing the very higl esteem in which this young lady was held personally, as well as for her unselfish christian labors in the school, and assuring her that sh...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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GANNON V. WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 August 1886

GANNON v. WHITE. Thile reserved decision of the Full Court in the case of Gannon v. White was given by Mr Justice Holroyd in the Second Nisi Prius Court oli Friday mornin ". James 2falachy Gannon, a councillor of the Shire of Buln Buln, instituted an action against H. C. White, of the "Romasey Examiner." for alleged libel. The case was tried before hMr Justice Williams, and a verdict given for the' defendant, sub ject to a point reserved for the con sideration of theo Full Coiirt, as to whether the defendant was protected by privelege. In the event of the point being determined in the plain tiffs favor,damaeesve reassessedat one farthing. The point was decided for the plaintiff.- Mr Justice Williams ordered judgement to be entered for one fairthing, but without costs. Against this decision the plaintiff ap pealed on the ground that costs must follow the event of any action in the Sukreme Court, e?xeelptupon applies tion made at the trial or to the Full. Court. It was contended that ...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 August 1886

TWTLsETAX CiHURcH. The Rev. T. Alda- took his text from Luke iv-xviii, "]Because he Ibth anoin ted me to preach the g opel to the poor, etc," alld said: Tie salvationi of Jcsus Christ is for. all,rich and poor; but we find Jesus when hero on earth associating prin cipally with the poor mid outcast of so ciety, healing the sick and diseased those who needed hipi. mqot-The poo man, though a begger in worldly things, may be rich in spiritual positions. Ile can appreciate lGod's blessins because l Ie is needy. "To heal the broken hearted" all our sorrows, whether traceable to sin or not, have a ready sympanthy and a wil. ling responise if we cast them all one him who "bears our sorrows" ; "to lrcach deliverance to the captivo"; what a grand thing is freedom ! what years of toil and effort-tlhe blood of hundlols' of brave men who-have willingly sacrificed them selves for this object -have been spent in the cause of freetdom. And yet we see men-abject slaves to sin and evil habits -who wi...

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RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 August 1886

RECEIPT & PAY OFFICG TRARALGON· ]'AYMIENTS. Tnnr 1.--H.I Iumptlnl (. Mumr. Moo Mlcduiariin' Institlute. \Lrrac }l^v, Li rv.1. Ungecr, I: Nave: . J. A. 3uir· MI. A. Camnplllme, S. (;;rauin. MIozvcll.-F. Nicllil JI. .1. II. A. I)Davey, irboopFree ilearr L r patnick,.1.-. Fdldcll, (p. ii, Speuiie 0n, D.k, P. (ld nm, 1..1.aC. le W.¶1Y T. .omcrvile', IIT . Ferg', L.. LEASES,~ G. DreP. Grma, .. CGe;~l \YC 1I L"! r T. Somerville, 11 ti~. h· -\rH'" r . M L'1)oi'ald,: R. ]ii~alll T. SI2I'1u tbaII Siunionls, '.1. Shie1i'i (?h j \J11 (4..Whalley, seir, (:. W\halley', Pau ik \hieaf (il2), )i. Whittle, A. 1hfln, J.IiI per, 1. Unrdds Jr AltL ,1 ,M~iller, R, nloklMlctt. (W 'AN'1' J. Brooks, lcrulili'llm and al. J.. .T. Copldnk, Ii.11J~rhingl.GflW W. oudm F lanlc)", J. Uauaticld lieF P. Metrer anld oth1I(e'1S, A. \jdcxl (2), Thomas Nccdh;uu (iJs .1wJ. ay E, Sutrlett (a), W. 5earllel.t, T. Si'1 n"~

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SAM SILCHESTER, AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. CHAPTER IV (continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 August 1886

SAM SILCHESTER, AN AUSTRALTAN STORY,i NORMAN WAKEFIELD. CAiPTER Iv. (continued.) • Sam prosecuted his studies with a zeal which is rarely to be. metwith in one so young when there is no special inducement held out by iay of a prize. Samn had learned that there ias 'noth ing degrading in work; that work was necessary in one way or the other to the existence of the human ;race. How he had learned' it lihe did not exactly know, but he had a strong conviction that the man. who toiled for a livelihood, need not be a, mere toiler-lie could be something more. One man, lie argued, could be not only a blacksuith; but a linguist as well; another, in addition to his skill as a mason and quarryman, was a geoligist of highest merit; and engi neers, potters, astronomers, philoso pliers, and ornto:s all of wirld-wide fame, he could count by the dozen, who had sprung from the ranks of the sons of toil. But the conviction was forced still stronger upon him through the effect of a debate held in the ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. CONSTABLE GILFEDDER & JUDGE HIGINBOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 August 1886

CORRESPONDENCE. CONSTABLE GILFEDDER & JUDGE HIGINBOTHA3M. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RiCORD. SIt,-At the Sale Assize Court lost week, His Honour Mr. Justice Higin bhthani, in sulllling up inll one Ce i reported to have said that "tlhe evidence o:, which the charge rested was the direct evidence of Senior-Constable ('ilfedder, and the indirect evidence regarding the aulmissions of the prisoner. He could not hesitate to say tllhat the constable in imaking two false statements to the prisoner, though not on oath, behaved with gross impropriety and gross injustice to the maun whom he arrested. This conduct was highly reprehensible, and it was for the jury to consider in the face of his conduct whet'ier or not they con sidered his whole e-idence unreliabhc." Doubtless His Honour felt justified inl using such strong language. This is a very serious business. A Senior-Constable who has been 1) years in the service is declared to be guilty of gross impropriety, of grtsi injustice to the l...

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THREATENED EXTINCTION OF THE VICTORIAN SUGAR REFINING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 August 1886

(THREATENED EXTINC TION OF THE VICTORIAN SUGAR REFINING IN DUSTRY. The statement im;ule in the Legis lative Assembly on Thursday, 5th inst., by -Mr J. J. Madden, that unless some steps were taken to protect the Vic torian sugar refining industry from the competition of foreign country sugars and . those manufactured by cheap Chinese labor, the sugar .works at Yarrnville would be closed, and over 200 persons thrown out of employunent, caused some surprise to a large nuimber of hon. mIembers, many of whom, ap peared disinclined to attach any great anportance to it. A representative of the " Age" on the 6th inst. made a searching inquiry into tihe matter and ascertained that the actual state of athluirs was of a far more serious charac ter than was implied in the remarks made by Mr Madden. As a matter of fact the Victoria Su.lr Comnpany at Yarnaville, the one referred to, were temporarily closed at the end of last .Tune, and about 200 men thrown out of employmont. So far as can be as c...

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TRARALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 August 1886

TRARALGON AGRICULTU RAL SOCIETY. A meeting of the Traralgon Agri cultural Society was held at Mitchell's hotel yesterday afternoon when the following gentlemen were present:- Mr Dugald Campbell (president), J. H. Reed, ]B dvcomb, A. Walker, Sykes, Sligh, Jas. Campbell, Cochmrane, Young, M'Ma1hon, Dr.ne, Pratt, Miller, and Varney. The minuta.s of the previous meeting having been con tirmed, correspondence was ream from Mr Charles Sergeant, Warragul, steat ing that he would give a prize of -'2 2s to be competed for in dairy produce at the next annual show,-cheque en closed; from the Minister of Agri culture offering a bonus of £100 to the inventor of a machine for thresh ing and cleaning peas, which would not hurt the se:l ; from Messrs Nelson and Neale offering to publish the catalogue for the show, and asking the sole right to do so, butstipulating that the entries should close six clays before the date of the show ; from the same offering a prize of a silver cup to be competed for ...

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THE CHURCHES. ST. JAMES' CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 August 1886

THE CHURCHES. 1 ST. J.utis' CiRenn. The Rev. J. R. Walker took for his .subject, "the Prndigal son," and based his remarks on the 13th verse of tih. 15th ch: p ter of St Luke "" I will arise and go to my father." iHe began by saying : To under stand parables arighlt,it is necessary to know sonmething the concomitant circum .tahccs. The prodigal son represents lost sinners. Iut who are the prodigals ? and who are the elder sons? Z?ccheus and some of the pulblimans and sinners are re presented by the prodigal sou; and the elder son is represented by the self righteous Scribes and Ph..r.sceM. The young man was tired of his home and wishld to be gone. His father thought it was best to give Ilmn his share of his pat rizmony and let hi,: be gone, for he knew there was In thing would cure him of hic desire to roam, than to buffet alone in the world. It may be questioned whe ther the father ;atted with wisdom in giving the young man a share of the pro perty, especially if he had no 1 gal ri...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE."(Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 August 1886

`U1li q Zgt alllri ll Il ? :li "MODERATE, IUT PROGRESSIVE."" (Published every Tues?y & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1886. THERE is obviously a very conlsiderabile difference between a penalty which Inulcts a nian of 20s. and one which requires himn to be hanged by the neck' initil lie / is dead. - Yet "it wouldl appear that it is just a bit of luck as to which of these: penalties ire iuposed as the punishmllent for a speci fic act. A lnaun who points a gun in the directioil of anyonie else and fires must take a mnodicumn of risk; should a fatality occur, or even if it did lnot, should.a jury decidetllhat the gnll was fired with murderous ii?tei?t, tIle of fender litly be called upoin to suffer the extrelme penalty-of theilaw. Thht it is possible for an ofender to get off much lighter, however, imay be undei; stood in view of a case tried last Fri day. at the l Belfast "Assizes. A "man ilnamed Jaines Flaizer was chllirged with anl assault upolI Mary White. The evidlen...

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THE GOLD DISCOVERIES IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 August 1886

THE GOLD DISCtwERIES T IN TLASANIA.R .__--4----- The information in reference to the disveeri?s of rich gold-bearing ~nPJits was obtained from the very best authority. The dis coverers are respectable, hard-work i minuers, who have been prospecting t: pice under great dis?advantages for the past three years. They will not sell any portion of their interest, altl, gh they have been oflered £200a ,fora twentieth share. They refused ihe othfr at once and emph:tically. The route from Melbourne would be by st5a.ner to Macquarie Harbor, where the to?nship of Strahan is situated. ,e track from m Strahan to the King River thltiel is being continued to Maunt Lyell, tbut the hast way at aponst is to acsced the King River by hlt to albout seven miles from the 'iln" Rliver mie, anl then take the track. Flat lttonied boats would ie nreired, owing to rapids in the river. Fro e the landing place to the King River mine the racul is passable. TheInce to Mouint Lycdl, a distance of seven milts, it is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 August 1886

TOWN DIR. ECrORY. 11.1h: crne.. i t1)° wan !;iprl- n (I .i U. -. the jnnc i.-tii o the Iirit ih-i I . Shire Qtuncil.-VPrrihhl n' J. Petieht.'. Esq.. C-n.eii..-, 3itn6ro G. Ii!11-1 It iaiol.1.rii. If. rPn-. 1. i.'t~dc. 111-.). liit 1 er. Vo.±.yth, MLlt, and Vein y;: Stir, N.,c. ia1v trl Eigireccr. 1ir J.ite. 'am;.hsc!t Ia:ir s1!:; trc-.nrr.. ie I1. $ce. '-1, 'tor --t I Cik ofAuitaloshan IlcoIteotti cr.'rMllrtgp.tnsry InspeCt. r Nu atitic,. ctantcbi O(ii t.t.uttagi the C~tonr ii al-u act...- a I .aal ItanTi of hlealth, and ntie. i far bu i::e-s on theaeion Wredns'av in the tuo:tltati t .ii. Lnwr.-X'eiri c Megistt(ate, A. WV. limit'. Esq . who hait- canins the- f-nr-ih Vctint t clay in ..-tet i month, the Jutt .-.t r . Pcc pitesling .in 4ic seton.t Watlit dtavat IOtt m.; Jerk ."t Cout-. atn~i -.. ±t 1it.oaI lcgsi.atro. 31r t~horlee 1)u Ye ; lu-ttrs e-. the P.a e. le-si.c .1. i'eterkinti. r 31""r w.. iU. Young. W. WLit~a'e -. ih. biar.i,io. mt' J. Sykec. ttt~icitors.--lf. P. 'S·rjcrnt, ...

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COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 August 1886

COMMERCIAL. TRARALUUX MA1IK-ETi. Mlisular. Meisurs A. 31'Lean iand CIA,. ni.ri: Wc yarded 3.50 head .f ittle. Our alrt were:-Fat bullocks, £f; Ji. 7ii 5s,, 17s (id. £8 2S (hi, to £ :.%; ow., £4 £I,, £5, i£ 7s G1i, £3 10, £5i 15s, t. i I:,;: draft store bulloks, yviiung, £ ! i'l; steers, £.4 12- Ikl to i4 1.is; drafts oeer and leifers, £ , £2 1?s . £3 4~, t. f1 10s; milch cows, LA4 12s d, L4 I, I, 7.a (IL, to i 10s ; draft -prigiirs ait 1, Os ; tearn workiiig iull.iki, Llo 10,; team do., 1,12 l10 ; other lIth ;it tirk4e nrtea. SI.K, Sattiirdu Augustll. lIurs Little & liirthwickuleiirt:}'at Cattle.-Al.itt s*trie Ia lat week. We sold--cows, £5 id tol 6 £;; liull..rx. 1K is to £8 12s (l, all tliese inferiiir: vdalm £1t' 8 tu £1. I ; lihifia's, I5 tuo 5 l1il. Store Cattlc.-thiioIl iull--k* ul owrr are .seiuar, anid n1w tha?. t ruin Iim -. inl iant eCuiituirie's lii'P I.i inlae f r thii decripitini. At Mdlltha ,,, Friialy Mir y;alis were well solplie'ld, ani all ,111d. 'rTinambiii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 August 1886

Auctions. MARRIAGE, ORR, AND COY. STOCK AND ESTATE AGENTS, I G IVI careful attentlon to all Inusiness G entruted to thinm. Perio lical Markets as blonsw, Land and CI. arinlg Sali? ipnutrly conducted. VAI.UlATI'ON: smadc. I.OA %F ne.)tiated, and Life and Fire I.NSUIRANCK elfflcte . AUtQTorssE n. 3li. JACKSON. ORR. HEAD OFFICE-TI ARALGON. We have ereet,!1 t w and extensive YantN at Traralgut. 'Inrwell. T'Amigahbie, Narra can, .31rbuo, with 'utxl neotnudationu fur Drafting, - AOF.1rS FOR NatiunalnoffNowZsal'and.in lnuramee Co Ch,llial .1uruel renttd l.ife In luranltcCou New York Life Insumraue. t0. ---Nrw ealand Mercantile Agency Co CLEARING OUT SALE OF LAND - AND STOCK AT GLENMAGGIE. MONDAY, AUGUST 30, A . 'ILEAN & CO. have received in. . structiolns fom .John 31'Cann. E-?l. -(who is giving alp fttrming), to sell on the ground Ills magnifll-ent Farm of 3.19 nores near Olcumnalgie. The albove farm mcn vists of first clnan fattening and agri. .cultural land. sinlividetl into 8 p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 August 1886

n Ijo F& . .I 'j It I tIF ii I : ,.- "K L... 111 0 . , T T . FRANK IlTrN S TRE1:EiT,;:' ":":5 .YCLO TTHIN'&T ,,rs F.B. e to thank tCOe in!hbitants of: Tra.l_,on, oi well, F;h n'i Crek, Glengarrv.- Callignee ind district for the fiair= sipiort lthey I ive r?i toted-so for (uing their lrUii-ing Sile. jAp -0·L -IHIN Every buyevr. was.inore than plehsed.withtie . . Extraordinary Value and Sterling, iQuality,'df.our Goods' To further encounage the public: to patird?sd us, we have decided on still -'reoter reductions,. for instonee-.- . Sorrocksels' Long Cloth, 36in. wide A 3sa Gdl per dozen i '-' '-'' B 4s 4d per dozen HI :s per dozen , rien'- Shirts. from Is Sd each :. ' ,. Tnderrshirts, from Is lid . Woo. S.ks . Colored 1Moles, ceavy shaped' for riding, from 4s.'ld i. , Trousers and Vests, all wool, Colonial Tweed,; 10s lid1.:: , Coloni:al Tweed!Snits, 25s : Winceys; splendid widthl,, 4s 3d do.. `Brown Holhlud, pure lineni,4s Gd doz. irounch (achemiirs, 10?d pert ud. W?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 August 1886

For Sale or To Let. FOR SALE.- FRUIT TREElS, SrRUBS, &' &c, guaranteed, at Mclbourne prices. W. LUXFORD, S. s , almn, Franklin-street, Tramlgon uF] R SALE-POSTS and .11AILS, Gar Sdeti Palines and broad Palings in any quantity. -FRUIT TREES il any quanttty for sale from Cold's Nursery, at Melbourne prices. Apply to- !.. ST.. A. C. STEADMAN. ' m-r" . . ,"I ralgon T10 LET-For, roomed Cottage. iApply C. R. WILKES & 0O. 1OR SALE.--Wnst Paper.: -Cheap. 1 Apply--lrcard Of/ice. rJTO BE LET-Thie Grazing of 40 acres of I land, within one mile of the township of Traralgon. Apply to THOMAS J. TANNER. W ASHING and Mangling done, is Gd dozen. Special arrangements made for families' washing. Orders prompt-y at tended to. Mlt . AIFORD, Alford-town, Trnralgo'. dc Wantod. S ANTED a reslctable man to hnlk td Vr Y -after a male patient, alid make him self genera ly useful. Offers left at This Oflice. IANTEDI middle ased peresi at general servant. J. 11. Ii.\fFOURt&CO. ST...

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WARRAGUL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 August 1886

WARRAGUL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A meeting of the committee of the above Society was held in the Athen:uem, WTarmagul, on Friday, there being present MIessrs. Sargeant, J.P. (who, in the absence of the President, occupied the position of chairman), Ditterich, Garside, Currie, Gibson, Atkins, and th- Secretary, Mr. Watt. The minutes of the previous meeting were then read and confirmed, after which the following correspondence was dealt with : CORRESPONDENCE. From John Gregg, State School, Poowong, asking whether prizes for the best written copy books and exercises would be offered by the Society; and also when tile next show would be held.--Received and attended to. From W. \Waldon, Secretary Mor well Agricultural Society, asking to be informed 6f the date of the next show at Warragul, and stating that the MorwellSocirty did not Nwish to fix a date for thieir show that would clash with the Warragul Slow.-Tlhe Secretary was instructed to write to Mr. Waldon informing him that the date o...

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TRARALGON POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST, 25. Before Mr. A. W. Howitt, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 August 1886

TRARALGON POLICE COURT. WVEDIESDAY, AUGUST, 25. Before Mr. A. W. Howitt, P.M. Two well-known residents of the district were proceeded against by the police for being drunk and dis orderly on the 12th 'instant. They both acknow:edgcd being drunk but denied being disorderly. Constable M 'Kane gave evidence in both cases that o the ilay mentioned the defen lants were very drunk,? and ere roll ing tabout in 'tlhe mud. Tlhe- were fin?l s iand 2s Gd r .spcctively-'"or' in dohfult 1'2 hroursimprisonenment. The fines were paid., Jamiis"tDwyer, a boolleaker, was lirought fromn the lockup in which hein had spent the night, for creating a dis' turlance on .Tuesday afternoon, and was filnedl 2s Gd ' Thomas Dickenson summoned Frank Burns for using insulting lainuage with intent to provoke a breach of the peace. Complaiinant has an impedi ment in his speech, and the defendant, it was stated, mocked himn and other: wise annoyed him. Defendant stated to the bench that lie was unaware of tihe comupl...

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TRARALGON RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 August 1886

TRARALGQN RIPLE CLUB. -An -influential meeting was held in the Court-house on Wednesl:. evenini to discuss the formation of a local Rifle Club. Mr. l'eterkin was voted to tihe chair, and said as the ol ject of the meeting was so well known to those present, there was no needl for him to explain it. Mr. Jones, he 1ie lieved, had taken some active st?ls towards the resuscitation of the defunct rifle club, which had been, while it astdl,so successful. lie would liketo see'thd club resuscitated, and he would call upon Mr. Jones to say anthin,, he had to say upon the mattter. - Tr.Tl C'T Jones said he thought this movement was chiefly due to the energy of Mr Lang. Mr Lang lad taken the matter hi hand, and had ol. Stained promises from about 25 or ?2 gentlenmen,-that they- would join the club, tind be willing to be sworn itn. He thought that was very encouragidn and lie had :no doubt the club would be very successful.. Mr. Jones referrel at some length to the requirements of the club. The...

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