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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 August 1886
NOTE THE: `FLAG! IFRANKLIN STREET, TRARALG ON.. THE COLONIAL BANK TS NEXT . G-T CASH LEARING -OF ..i ... i.. DRAPER Y, CLOTHING &c. lbtrs F.B. let to thank the inhabitaitts., of Trar dgon, Uotrwell, Flynn , rn-k, G-legarry, C(illignee and district for the fair support they have re erivnd s- far during their Clearing Sale. Every buyer was more thinu pleised with the Extraordinary Value : and Sterling Quality of .our Goods: To further encounuge the public to patronise us~ ,w have decided ot'still ' greater reductions, fo iistan-'... Norrckees' Long Cloth, 36in. wide- Wii cers, splendid width, 4 3d doe .A 3s 6d per dozen I Biowiron b? olhind, Jiure linen,4s Gd doz B 4, 4d per dozen French Ca Clieuits, 10.d per yard. Ii :s per dozen White B13inukets, spleudid width Jens hirt., frTon Is 8d each .. " large size, 1is 9d per pir. SUondershirts, fronm ls Id " White Tiurkish Taoels, 8id each. Wo . Scks . Black- Velveteens,. 1?d0.( .r yard. SColorn Moles, heavy shaped Colored ie' silk ...
The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published eve Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1886. OUR DE ENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 August 1886
S".MOODEnATEr , iEur PRiOGCERsiv.." (Publishrd eve . Tucsry &U F.i.lay morning.) -. TUE*.DA.tY, AUOST 31., 1886. OU - DE 'ENCES. Im is probable that at any time during the lp.?ict cen!turjr, or iin fict anl~ time before the millenitutn4, the €.. f: huit dreds of our colonists, a|?d ilaniv of our parhl i etiseiy represeutativeis, will he that our defences are is an unfinished stte', 'ind; fltm:??ere ? i fot "to co?me down upon us, we should speedily he uqder the rule. qf the invading. force, ndll ouir'gloryas free sons of Bi]itain taken from us. The navvsy, and the sailor-aci h ninst usful nemlbers of society-discuss the subject perhaps as pften as .the ministee !Ind. oflicers of $tle Defence Depriditent; aid thoungh to the sight there is such a vast differ emca eitwacin the twvo classes of mien thie latter iq easy chiairs in a well Appo~nted cl. luhb rl , the furiner stand ing aro.nip a 1~u: c(Ulter, with a pew te.--thlere is after z1l very little differ nCe in their st yle ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 August 1886
Eloctoral Jl TIH ELE(TORS of the GIPPS I-.AD PROVINCE-. tlmn The termn for which you l' tie honor to elect me as your rc dam,,> ti. to tlhc LC Tistltive Conicjil I lr.,naitlj eapired, lneg to inform cou 1 nur~ ".-i ?nttiornt- ia ing t ree your iot at is lhold von favor me with a t 11i'e troll th r"," ens ufid notltof. r confidenice, I can oasnre Ihal conltilC to display the, c,; t rtt for the welf: re an id prapernity mthe pvince and of iopleitf this col ott at large oý Ilil untir ing efiorts to so irite townO the 1-I"sSge of goodi and useful v lt ,lii:al views are known to most S,, t as there has been an accession tfic el.tr.Ed nll by the extension of r oCghie, it imay ie well to summar thmti for the benefit of those who -are 5n Irtait.-I thick a ise and compre ien scheme of irrication will he most ticil ti the inter-st of the colohiy,due rtllr bein, li'l to, conserve existing aid r't1 :il*1 in Cror of the exten Sof our .i!traLsy sesternl: more atten till mn:t he lnid to the req...
THE NATIONAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 August 1886
THE NATIONAL `SHOW:i`. -'Thie.'second ulay rof the Grest Annual Shoiiv is ptrctially thc?'openiig diay 'for. tjie phblic are concerned, al(d nduring Tllsda ithere mliust have jac :oclose upon' 1,000peopl? the rouns;t r)ii"va.i returns. :tl.t ,,000o people went out. in the special trainsj.runi to the show-ground platforM Eairly in the forenoon. His Excellency the Governor visited the ground, and the leadingp members of the Ministry, with a Lare nuinir o uitumbers of Parlia ment, were also present. .t'hetisitois were received by thy president of the society and the members of the council the exhibits, the stock being brought into their respective rings for in pection. At 1 o'clock the visitors wereinvited to lunch with thecouncil in the spaetsios. rmioeie thýthe..n.f yv stand. The president (Dr. Plunnmer) .was in,the clhair,vhaving, on lhissrightl lhaI His Ecellcirc tlhe G`d crno?,and the Minister of Agriculture (Mr. Dow), and on his left the President of the Igi.?lstive&lt; C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 August 1886
,TOGW-N DIR.ECIORTY. R PAcLtC -ý illn-t _-- n miles 'rom .i. ib ?n.tre n h-e main i Gippn. ,.d ?i. ." ., Wtr junti.:Hn of the lDr.fic.: Iu. - Sh.re C..uncil.--'.?in- J. l'etirkin Esq.. C unnretl.,,', . \ i. G. ti hin II ,tiijmlill II. Lr.-d, lf .ac h,. K.11 Iher. Fosrnth, 3l 1' :.nd V .-i y : s.ire er. tr. ,.d f L?r.eer. \ir JI;h. Campbell : nati. iffletor, Wmrlis ir. ,. r, "r, ., .F. .MIin " ::"u rci r-.J.1. . . ik s , ". r'r, It .f uk af Au.?ial:,te llendth nli . r.Dr1.m.ntpinerr In.pc ctr . = sa-tu .::strl (I'the.n.;:h ": the ..ut, i rl-- art .s . a 1 lca i.:trd o! Health. anid i-t for 1su ie-s .n the.wn on W.-.dresr in hc in-nth :i l I a m. I tv.-l-fi.e .I 0gist.ife, A. W. Il..riw*. y-q', who h,.}l= courts fl: .f urth Wc:,li; .rl?rveri nonth. the Ju:-t- ...it it i'e.ce pme.;i. ag on ,he rcond WoLhfeda l.tr,a, lOa m. . rk i t Court. "an, al--. If cruani Jcegistnrir i t l air:. Du Vl,-; Jia-t,.. -. , the Pi,.. .t?&Is. J. Ietcrlin; I)r 1i."r 's. 1:. Yur'g. ". Whit ake s,' I...
THE TOONGABBIE RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 3 September 1886
THE TOONGABBIE RIDING. A imeeting was convened by (Crs Slatert O'lMeaa, and Moore, adj hiel?l in the Mechanics' Hall, ToonuIathhi oni Wednesday evening, to cor sider the expedience or othenri;,. of severing the riding from the Rose dale Shiro and anOnexing it to the T'rralgon Shire. About 129 l.orsons attended the meeting, but surprise was expressed that the number was not greater, as all the nrtepayers in the riding had been notified of thet eeItin, by post card. Mr. Richard Mackay was voted to the chair, and, after a few brief n marks, called upon Mr. Slater. d. Slater said thft asone of the convener, of the meeting le would give the fol. lowing reasons for wishing to sever from Rosedaleand annex to Traralul: --st. .I consider the Rosedale Shire as at present too scattered and distant to allow of the Toongabbic riding beline worked to advantage by reside'lt co-. tractors, otlicers, etc., and taking into consideration the additional territory to be annexed to the Rosedale Shir;, so...
GERMANY AND FRANCE. Berlin, 31st August. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 3 September 1886
GERMIANY AND FRANCE. SBerlin, 31st August. The senmi-oflicial " Nord Deutsche Zeitung," of to-day, publishes a leading i?rticle in ihich it- repeats that the interests of Germany, are not anffected by the events now passing in Bulgaria. It goes on to.sai that the increase of German armanmentsi is due to the constant arming of France, who alone is answerable for the present situation in Central Europe.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 3 September 1886
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. --- (By Wire.-From our Correspondent.) Melbourne, Thursday edening, News is to hand that Beach hIas on the swveepstakes ini tlh scullig cham, pionship. The ,race is, describedras being one of the finest ever witnessed on the Tllhaes. Great enthusiasm was shown in Sydney. while the match was on, and great satisfaction'is expressed at th: result. The young mlan, Albert Bushby, whio was thrown out of a gig on MIonday night, in Laltro?b street, through col liding with a tree guard, died in the MTelhbonrne Hospital at noon to-day. He sustained a bad fracture of the skull, and there was no hope of. his recovery when admitted to the hospital About mid day to-day, whilst the workmen at lrince's -Bridge were s?trcehing. for the bed rock of the river they disturbed the dead. body of a woman. She is dressed in a black dress, trimmnied with fur. The body is now in the morgue awaiting iuden; tification,
COMMERCIAL. MORWELL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 3 September 1886
COMMERCIAL. MIORWELL MARKETS. SMessrs A. M1L 'an and Co. repnrt: At Warragul on Saturday and Morwell on lMonday our yards were well supplied. We sold fat cows, £5 2s lid, £5 10s, £0i, £0 5s; store cowsv, £3 7s to L3 (is ; epri:-gers at 15 10s; young bullocks, L5 i (lid to L5 5s ; steers, 1,2 lrs, L3 8s, to 13 17s ; various other lots at m:arket rats. We shall have over 1000 hnad of cattle for sale to-day at our 1afirat yards.
RIFLE MATCH. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 3 September 1886
" RIFLE MATCH. (From our own Correspondent.) At the Rosedale butts a friendly match took place last Saturday between six of the Sale Rifle club and ian equal number of the local club. Tme contest was a very even one Rosedale winning by two points. The scores were- SALE. Same 200 300 400 .Tot al Major Wilson. 17 21 26. 04 II. Dh)wling 0s 19 23 6. T. A. Duncan 21 21 12 54 R:. Sillet 2o 15 12 " 47 T. Hi. Smith 19 16 187,- 53 W. Millet 19 18 12 59 Total ... ... ... 339 ROSEDALE. J. W. Philippe 10 20 17 53l A. Allen--= 23 - -22 23 i8 ' It. Timhs 1 It 21 511 C. Pierce (a. n.) 20 15. 19 LI E. Allen 17 . 18 1S 53 W. Alyc . 20 17 20 57 Total .. ... " ... 341 It will be seen that "the shooting on the whole was tolerably' good. The possible number of points iat each range for each manrksman was 28, giving a total of 504 for each teamu.
RAILWAY REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 3 September 1886
RAILWAY REQUIRE MENTS. On Weduesday evening, tihe Ist inst., a public meeting was lheld in the 3Mechanics' Institute, Traralgon. The meeting was convened by the presi dent of the shire, Mr J. Bodyconmb, at tile request of 42 ratpayers,e and the object of the meeting was to consider what was most wanted at the present time, in order that the requirements rnm be briefly stated to the Comomis sioners of railways on the occasion of their visit to this town on Monday next. Minutes of the proceedings were! taken by Mr J. R. Baird, who was ilected secretary for the night. Mr Nevillo was voted to the chair, and after reading the advertisenment ian the "Record" calling the mleeting, he readl a letter of apology from Cr. Peterkin, who therein promised all assistance in his power although Umla VuIaUly noseni IIrolM i L .....4.". . Thlme.were about 70 persons -pre.ent and a ;reat deal of'time was taken up in discussion and eventually tile fol following resolutions were passed: Moved by Mr Lanre...
DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 3 September 1886
]'.)DAIRY 'PRODUCF M'Caw, M,'lhcrilek and Co. report di-We held our usual sale to-day and report as folllians :-Cheese.-There was a full sup ply t hm?id and the "mrket wis'firmt at full late rates.. I'riio dairires ranged from 71d to 9d wpr ,lb.,; with ;gol; demand inediuin'tn g-ood. frni-'&l to, 7d per 1l?., with fair'dcmand :- iiferior, fronm 4d per lb. upwarnl. Potted Buttc".-There was only a small supply- of new nradu, all of which:mnn.t with read: sale0. Old, owing, to tlT late clearing sales, is nnt so plenti fiul, but' quotations ram nominal; prima uew realized-up to Is 31d pier. lb..Fresh Bnttor.-Sujiplies citin?ie to increase. and to-day prices showd "a coinsiderable decline from last week's .ratel. Prime" ranged from is 3d to Is 'i 'per ',ll. for prime liner, with a ew fa orite dairies higher; inferior at lower rates. Eggs (regular supply). las ld to is 3?1 lpr doz. (arcase pork. -ld to 5!l per lb. Hlhoney. 3d to 41d per lb.- Turkeys, as to los 3d pw pair. Ducks,. ...
THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. FIRST HEAT. London, 30th August. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 3 September 1886
THE SCULLING CHAMPION SHIP. FIRST HfEAT. London, 30th August. The first heat in the International Sculling Match was rowed on the Thames to-day, from Battersea to a flaghoat nearG wyames, at IIammnelrsith, and resulted in Neil 'Natterson easily beating WVallace Ross. Matterson won by six lengths. Time, 18 min, 41 see. SECOND HEAT The second heat, from BitTen's, Hain mersmith, to the Green Railway-bridge, Kew. resulted in a victory for John Teemier, who beat George Perkins lby three lengths. Time, 18 min. 40 sec. TIIlRD IIEAT.• This heat was rowed from the Green lBridge, Kew,to Bilnlls, Haumnersmith, with the result that William Ieach beat H. Lee. The race was won easily. , SýihAL IIEAT. I bop, September 1. The final heat iu the- Internatiomul Sculling Sweepstakes.was rowed to-day over the championship course,'star-ting from Putney bridge (at oone . liour before high water), and finishing oppmo site the ship of Mortlake. The race resulted as follows: B3EACH BEAT TEEmER.m Australia th...
CORRESPONDENCE. MR. CHARLES SARGEANT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 3 September 1886
CORRESPONDENCE. ML. CHARLES SARGEANT. TO THE EDITOR OF TIHE RECORD. Sit,- It hlas appeared somewhat strange to me that .ir. Sargeant him not yet yiven his views to the electors of the ,iipllailand province, either orally or through the press. Mr. Pearsin, the entlemun whmllm he is oppoiing lucs pnh lished al address to the clectors, and 1 think as the Province is a-very large one, too large for a man to hold meetings ill throughout, each candidate" should putl lish his address, so that voters will know how to act. Personally I should like to give- Mr. Sargeant at lift towards the seat lie aspires to, on the grnllllds that he is a large property holder in the Province, and has the reputatioli of being highly intelligent and liberal minded, but still I must withhold my vote if I do not know what colors lie is sailing under. - Those who kllow Ar. Sargealnt well, may per haps vote for hinm, but for the bulk of the electors it would le as voting blindfulded to vote for hiim. Yours, etc.,...
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. THE BULGARIAN CRISIS. Sofia, 30th August. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 3 September 1886
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (From Melbourne papers.) THE BULGARIAN CRISIS. Sofia, 30th August. Prince Alexander is returning with all expedition to Bulgaria. Yesterday (Sunday) he arrived at Sistova, a fortified town on the right lsuik of the Danube. Increasing enthusiasm was manifested aloihg the route taken by the Prince, and on arrival at Sistova the horses were unyoked from his carriage, and the inhabitants dragged the vehiclethrough the streets of the town. The Prince started yesterday evening for Tirnova. Sofia, 30th August. PrimiceAlexnndmecotBulgaria arrived to-day atTi'rnova,,where he was received with much rejoicing. : - St. Petersburg. 30th August. The Russian press, in discussimng tmhe return of Prince Alexander to Bulgaria is clamoring for an inmmediate Russian, occupation of the country.
SAM SILCHESTER, AN AUSTRALIAN STORY,* CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 3 September 1886
.SAM SILCHESTER, .AN AUSTRALTAN STORY,* NOR.MAN WAKEFIELD, CIArr1'R VI. Four weeks of travel through the various parts of the country, and a little party of four persons had conie to a stantdetill under the lee of anl im tnes e white gum tree in South Gippa Iuld. The party ?was composed of stm, his father, a friend named Grm ham, and an agent, who, for a colt sideration of a five pound note under t.uk to Ishow the Irty the lamost desir able land in the district either for pur'lhase 0. selection. *'Sow," said the agent, "this is the serv best part of the country to settle in. The timber is pretty dele.se:in somue parts,it is trte,lhut there is a great luantitV of it required for fencing. in fact wher't the titmber .is so thick, hl, fenceS? are the bitst and cheapest. You see then' is no work attached to making a lao fe?nte; ;al you have to do is just to cut do,%na the trees and ,all thnm together, and they have toa lc cut down and rolled away at any rate, for tmyelf I would sa- there...
CENTRAL RIDING ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 3 September 1886
CENTRAL RIDING ELE(.TION. TO THE E)ITOR OF THE RECORD. Sl?,-I have read with much intercst the addresses publihed' in your widely circulatedl journal, from Messrs. Mill and Walker, the candidates for the seat in the Shire Council, but I have wondered whether they are going to address a public nieetitg before the election comes on. If Mr. Walker comies befre a meet ing I would like to ask hinm whether he is a contractor under the Shire. It is generally supposed that Mr. Walker was in Ipartnership in contract work with Mr. Pryde. I would like to ask was thereany such partnership in existence ?' l)es it exist now? If it does, will it ceaseshould Mr. Walker gain the seat ? These ques tions I think, are worth answering. 1 am, etc., RATEPAYER.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 3 September 1886
SMITH.-On Tuesday morning, August 31st, &nbsp; at her residence, Franklin-street, Tra- &nbsp; &nbsp; ralgon, the wife of Mr. F. P. Smith- a son. DEATH. &nbsp; &nbsp; MASON.-On the 27th August, at 121 Albert- &nbsp; road, Albert-Park, John Bryan Conway, the infant son of F. C. and H. Emilie &nbsp; Mason, aged 3 months and 19 days.