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TRARALGON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEB., 19. (Before John Peterkin, Esq., and Dr Morrison, J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 February 1886

TRARALGON POLICE COURT. FIbDAY, FEB., 19. (Before John Peterkin, Esq., and Dr Morrison, JsP.) John Jones was brought up on a charge of larceny of a port manteau and a silver watch, and also on a second charge of stealing a roll of notes, value £18. 'Constable O'Donoghue prosecuted aud.Mr. H. B. Serjeant appeared for the defence. This case occupied the attention of the court for several hours. It was shown in evidence that the accused, who is a bricklayer, was a lodger at PMAuley's Crown Hotel in the first week of the present month. There were several other young men staying in the hotel at the same time, amongst vhom -was one Henry Levings, the orner of the stolen property. The accused occupied a room adjoining that occupied by Levings, and Mr M'Auley gave evidence that on the evening of the robbery he saw the accused go several times up and down the passage leading to these rooms. RH did not see him enter the room. When "the robbery was reported to him, he suspected the prisoner, a...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 February 1886

.TRARALGON DISPENSARY PAUL KJLEESATTEL,o Chemist, Druggist, and :Dentist (By examination). M~ember of the Pharmaceutical Society of Victoria. Physicians Prescriptions acd, Family Recipes most carefully dispensed The exact copy of every Prescription is registered for futuro'refernc - -, :>- Teeth carefully stoppel and extracted, only tiseuewest't si / aof instruments used. The large Stock includes, amongst numerous other articles: Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes of Kent'o mnsulrcture, evtry brueh gurauteed Laiesse and Lubin's, Gosnell's, Rimmel's, etc.,. Perfumery. aavender Water, several brandsls, 2s, and 3s per bo?itle Highsly perfumed H[air Oil, scented with Otto de Rose, and Orange Flower . Is per bottle Itedicated Lozenges, of every description Marking Ink, genuine indelible, Is per bottle Superior Seidlitz Powders, made of pure chemicals and faill weight, is 3d Disinfecting Powder, for checking the spread of cdoitagious diseases Mustard Plasters, always ready for immediate use ...

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Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 February 1886

sunday... ervicesi. Church of lngland.-Rev 'J. It,1'aler. at Trarigon 11-; Glengnrrv3 TrarrgoJ7. The Jlishop, of 3lclhirne- iill hold coifi'ima: tion service Ist Mlhrh at 3 p.m. , ., Prcsbrterianu Church.-Revc J. G. Wilon at Calliganc 11; Hazhvel al North. 3; Morwell 7; communion service at each.;; Mr E. Eldridge at Rusedale,ll ; lyii's Crcck 3; Tragrlgon 7. . Wesleyan Church.--Rv. To Alday at-, Merton 11 I ~lillung South 3IfTrrmnlgon'7. McJonces at-Morwbll 11 ; HIzlwood 30 ; 'Drillield;7. . 1:

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PETTY SESSIONS COURTS. MARCH, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 February 1886

PETTY SESSION~? COURT,. - - MAlWH! , i086. 0 a ; 0 ý Rosedale, 1ednesday 3rd, 11 n.m. Toonganbie, Thursday 4th 11 n.m. Sum monses issued-preceding Friday. - IHeyfield. Saturday 6thbi11 n.m. SoSn mons a issuoa Mondy st . . " Trarnrgon, WednesdAys 10thnnd 2th 1 a.m. Summonses issued preceding Frilas First Quarterly Licensing meeiig uiidi New Licensing Act, Monday ljth, 9 a.i: . Mdorwell. Thursday 1Sth, 10 an:m. Sum= monses issuel Friday 12 h. oe. Saturday 20th, 10 a.m. Summonses issued Saturday 13th. .

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TOWN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 February 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. TRnRAt.oF.--Ninety-seven m atti from Melhburne, ,n tlhe mainGipalsand lice, at the junctian of the Ileyfield liile. * : Shire O.mceil.-President, J. Peterhkin rsq:j Counrillorn, Messr Gr: Firna D) Campbell, II" Breed, liodycomh, Kelleher, Forsyth, 'MdIl, and Varnv;: Shire Secretary and E?igineer, Mr Jamcrnmuapbedl: nate Coller, Wrks Inspor, orkr &Inspectlr, he., F. M3Kin nell; Treasurer.J.IL. ioeed, manager of Bank of Austalasint; Health (ltfice,Dr Montgomery Inspector of Nu sances, Constable Donoghue; the tounril also act as a Local lIoard of Health, and meet for business on the second Welnesday in the month at II na.m. LAw.-T'olire Magistrate, A. W. Iewitr, Esq , who holds courts on the fourth Thurs dayin every month, the Justices of the Peare presiding nn the second Thursday, at 10a.m.; Llerk of Court, and elsn Electroal Rlegistrar, Mr Charles Du Ye ; Ju-tices of the P:tae, Iesrs .1. l'terkin, Dr .Mrtison It. Young, W. Whittake s, It. Mackay, and J. Sykee....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 February 1886

:Meetings. - TRARALGON RACING CLUB. A EETIN G of the above Club will lie held ii the Court.house, on Tuesday evening March 2nd, at pm. WMH. NELSON, Ron. See. Tenders. TiENDERS wanted for Erecting about 60 4' chains ofLeerFencing. For particulars apply to 3. PETERKIN & Co. TENDERS will be received up to March let, for the erection of a shop and dwelling. Specifications at McAULEY'S Crown Hotel, Traralgon. Wanted. W ANTED, Teim to cart paling apply .:: D. and J. DRAFFIN, S: . Callignee. wAi TED.-Apprentices to theDress, making. Apply,- Miss ADAIR Frknklni-street, Traralgon. .'7 D.- CORREPONDENTS in the Wcountry. Forparticulars apply at this office. .. W ANTED a Respectable Person as Cook & Laundress. Apply TRARALGON HOTEL. . For Sale or To Let. ?0OR SALE-A firat.class Cabiiet Organ, (Mason and Hamlin), " Price, £30. May be seen at H. LANMAN'S, :Tailor; Traralgon. FOR 'SALE, CHEAP.-Ode three-hote O arth scoop, almost new.' Aoply' WEST BROS.; Traralgon. FOR SALE, Cheap, ...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1886. THE MINISTERIAL MANIFESTO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 February 1886

"?'ODERATE. BUT PROGREoSSIE,lYE:?. (Published every Friday moening.) FRIDAY, FERlUAIY: 26,188?-" N THE 3?INISTERIAL ?MANIFESTO; fMa. Girr~.rs, the new Premier, issuerfii~ manifesto last Saturday,in the inisap; of in'address to his:.constituenta !-hio manifesto is one with vhicir'little ?l"ifl may 1i found. There are in it no new ideas, to startleo s, the main-idea beng hpparently to work on liltes, smewlgrt1 similar to those upon -which the late bovernn"ent eoried, anis to- asetl and perfect old Acts rather than tgointrod.tc' new ones:. Mr Gillies sets forth that the Government which held office during the last three years 'has See?*l? ' t in i "icountry rest from the turmoil and "bitteinessofpartystrifeand liaaaffoirdii *opportunities for the successful prosecis "tion of industrial enterprises, and the "development"of our great natural .re "sources." To preserve that prosperiti . Iohns formed the present Administration upon a basis which, he thinks, will give the public 'assurance ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 February 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. By ELermtc e TELEOUAPur. Minister of Defence and Military Commandant visited Queenrcliff to-day to inspect foritilcatinns. - Inwnrds off Cape Otway this morning there were three German men-of-war two ships and one bark. A deal of maenouvring was done off the Cape. STe adjourned inquest on the murder nf John Plum was resumed to-day. The evidence is strong against Mrs Stephens. There are eight witesses still to be exemine'. Giffen, the well-known .cricketer. met with an accident at the rrompton Gas Works' Adelaide. Giffen was employed at the works, and got his left hand caught between: - a pair of cog wheels; the tins of two fingers were taklen off. . The accident will prevent him pl ying in the interco!o nial match.

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MR. A. C. GROOM AT TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 February 1886

MR. A. G. GROOM AT, TRARA LGON. On Patmday evening Mr Groom held a meeting at the Mechanics' Hall, for the purpose of addressing the electors. There were ahout 230 persons present. Mr J. Sykes, J.P., occupied the chair, and in introducing the candidate said be was very pleased to.se so many persons present Heasked a patient hearing for fr Groom. Those who are dissatisfied with the present member have an oppor. tunity to return a new member. Hc wiahod it to be distinctly understood that the fact of his taking the. chair did not necessarily identify him with the candi date's views. There had always been orderly meetings at Traralgon except on two or three occasions, and he felt sure M'r Groom would get a good hearing. ;Mr Groom, who was received with applause, said he would only make ashort address, and proceeded to give " i definitions of the words Conservative and Liberal A Conservative, he said, was looked upon as a.Freetrader out and out and a Liberal was considered a Protec. tion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 February 1886

TIIAltALGON 1'OST OFFICE. MAILS DESI'ATCIIED. 31Ir.nouRns, and all intermediate olices daily, 7"0 a.m. and 5"20 p m. SALE, and all intermediate ollices doily, ( i :ll.15h.m. audt7 50 p.m. " IEYFIE-LD, daily, 11150 a.m. and 0 p.m. . W.uLIIALLA, via T'oungalbie, Moanday Wed neslay, Friday, 111'5 n.m. 'ia 3loc, Taesdly, Thursday, Saturdaiy, 74o a.m. GLENtRAlrRY Toose.aunli Daily at 11 a.m. ContwARa - . CALLIOGNEE, Tueslay. and Friday S"30o ,m. TIi:is, Tuesday and Friday, 12 15 p.m.' TIlE GREATEST OIDER o MIODERN TIMES Lo.em en?pende hOan p,.ed thee Ifamous rendien tombe moet effctual in u eg ither the dargemus malahdcs or the slighp e complaints which ar mnore paniculaly in cidental to the life if a tecr, tc adnr lLvin, is the Octmnonni dose of thee Aills ill guanrd the syste, t:oitt those ils ,lhich sol lan:e tlhe I.hamn ane, L?:-ea:ghs, colds, and all in':.dac of the liver and tomach--sbe fregquentifceeo¢rnu of fevcr. dytacany, dianlaol, andch.e lmnat s the mos efficcluaIl remedy fIr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 February 1886

Auctions. larriage,Orr & Co, (Late R. Mackay & Co.) AUCTIONEERS, Stock. Station and GENERAL C00~HISSION AGENTS - - Head Ofnfe.-Trralgoa. Branch Ogces.--foarell g 2bongaaZie. A L E S OF S T 0 C K S HELD AT -TRARALGON FFoaRTIGwrLT AS MORIWELT.T. Mo.FrIlLY TOONGAJRIE Per our TRAFALGAR Adrertisements CLEARING SALES properly put throneh. LOANS negstiated, and VALUATIONS made on LAND and other property. AGEONTS FOR National of NewZealan.Fire Inrmance Co 'olonial Mntual Fire and Life Insurance Co. New York Life Inrurance. Co. CLEARING SALE, MORWPELL; FRIDAY, FEBRUAJRY1T d , 1886. SARRPIAGE. ORR, k CO. are favored 1 with inotructioin from Thos. Casey, Esq.. to sell hr piblic nuction. at his home st.al, on the Latrobe. fire miles from Maor well, as above, the whole of his Live Stock. kc., comprisin- 11 Cows in full milk... 2 Sprincers 7 lBullocks. 4 and 5 years 7 Steers. 3 yes 10 CIalves HORnEs 3 1)raunht Mar3s. inmnl .1 I Drought Mare in foal and with foal at foot. a Draught...

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A DISCLAIMER. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 March 1886

A DISCLAIMER. To the Editor of the Traralgon Recrd. Sin-On Wednesday evening I was informed that I was credited with being the author of an election squib whiC? appeared in that day's "Times." Grant me space to say that I was in blank ignorance of its existence, and certainly am not the author. Yours, eta, . 4th March, 1868. J. G; WIL"SOn

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 March 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE BY ELecr?Itc TELEGHiApe Melbourne, Thursday evening Sir Hercules Robinson is seriousl indisposed, and is ordered by his malinr adviserl to.take a trip to E'rope, Mrs Stevens is committed for trial for the murder of John Flune. at Wasgrati. A fire occurred at Cole's Book Arade. narrow escape from great conflagration,' The damage is estimated at £400, Theraces-Steeplechase : Lady Ashtol (M'Culloch) 1; Bob Cooper (Kilduff, o. Studley (Watson) 3; time Gmin, 47mis Native, Studley, and Morren fell. Mlorene is dead. Bourke Handicap: St. Odill (Johnson) 1; Quinton Matsys (Power) o. Tarpeis (Weasel) 3; time men. 2see' Corinthian Cup: Iromneaster (Ingles) I; Sir Lancelot (Glasscock) 2; .lorceau (Rico) 3. Sires' Produce Stakes: 3ladde. lien (Colhy) 1E Phillip Augusta (1lale). 2; Trident (Ellis) 3. Hurdles :Tantaliser. (M'Gowan) 1; Huntsman (Corrigan) 2. Hippogritf (Batty) 3. Australianl Cup: Mahns (Robertson) 1; Cerise and Blue (Oorry) 2; First Prince (Flameagan) 3 Time, 4m...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE SOUTH GIPPSLAND ELECTION. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 March 1886

CORRESPONDENCE. TIE SOUTH OIPPSLAND ELECTION. 2b the Ediltor of the Traralga Record. Sin-As the day has now arrivedon which each elector wilt be called unoon to record his vote in favor of one or other of thecandidates desirous of representing our constituency in the Parliament of 1886, it may not be amiss for me to say a few words to my fellow electors. There are no burning questions, no grievous wrongs necessitating immediate redress before the country, and because there are neither of these to stir the lukewarm into action and fix the interest of the weak minded, the votes of many of the electors will be easily won. Some, it may be,: will hardly know op to theverymoment of going to poll, into which scale they intend to.throw their influence; some will be caught by the first ready witted, smooth tongued aspirant for political honors whom they happen to hear address them, while othem may not even vote at all. Such a state of things ought not to be, and it is high time that the luke...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. MASON'S VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 March 1886

ORIGINAL POETRY. MASON'S VICTORY. Traralgon expects this day that every man will do his duty I. O'er Traralgon Shire we hear the war alarm "Arise,.electors, all arise and arm; ; Prepare to help a friend, be staunch and true, And fight for him who oft has fought for you." Electors every soul Must rally to the polls If you would win the day; And vote for Mason straight, Though foes may on you.wait. Don't notice what they say, But break their ranks on every side, Let all our honest voters ride To.do.a sacred duty. To do asacred duty. All through the shire the signal ran, Traralgon expects that every man This daywill do his duty. This day will do his duty. (THE BATTLE AD 1IC'tOBR.) From eight o'clock till fire We kept the game alive, And formed a noble band. For Mason we did'shout, And kept the foeman out We made a splendid stand. Poor Groom-we left himnup a tree, For Mason topped the poll you see. And so we did our duty. And so we did our duty. Throughout the shire the signal ran, Trar...

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To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 March 1886

To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. Sin-Mr Groom's proposition to deprive members of Parliament of a part of their emoluments by paying them a fixed amount per sitting, on the principle of "no work no pay," is not only inconsistent with the motive of a candidate who avowedly seeks a seat in Parliament as a fulerum for his own advance ment, but also an assumption that a member of Parliament discharges in full his liabilities to his constituents by occasionally sitting, talking, or sleeping, as the case may be, within the walls of the House. I fancy our late representative cannot help indulging in a smile at the innocent sophistry of one of the gentlemen who aspires to supplant him. Mr Mason must by this time have learned, if indeed he ever thought otherwise, that a member of Parliament who has at heart the interest of his constituents, will find much to do outside, as well as inside, 'the walls of the House. Mr Groom assumes that by advancing himself he carries his constituents al...

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BOOLARA. 22nd February. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 March 1886

BOOLARA. (From our own Correspondent.) 22nd February. We had very hot weather up to. Saturday, when rain set in and, has continued at intervals ever since. The farmers have had a very unfavorable summer for a " burn," and those who. did not take advantage of the last few hot days sire unlikely to have another chance this season. The supply of trucks is now satisfoc tory, and great quantities of timber are despatched daily. If ever ithe district is supplied with tremways, there will be no question of the line. paying. The old residents totally neglect the timber question, placing their full reliance on coal, the development of the former is consequently left to strangers, and so far with very indiffe rent succese. One live man with . small capital would put through many times the quantity of stuff now going from her,., but, as it is, the carting season being nearly over, many a bushman will have his Woek left in the bush through an unwise reliance on the words of untried strangers.. ...

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TRARALGON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 March 1886

TRtARALGON MIECHANICS' INSTITUTE lb the Editor of the Traralgon Record. SIR--I hear our local Dramatic Club are to give their second entertainment, on the 17th inst., and this time the proceeds are to be handed over to the committee of our Mechanics' Institute. This is decidedly a step in the right direction, and I for one say all honor to our amateurs for initiating such a movement. It is high time that something was dcone in the direction of improving the present condition of the Mechanics' Institute. as in its existing state it is a positive eyesore and disgrace to this go-ahead town of ours. Let us hope that the movement thus inaugu rated by the Dramatic Club, may be followed up by all those of Traralgon and the district, who have the honor, and well-being of our town at heart, and that ere long we shallsec the disreputable old shed which we have been in the habit of calling our Mechanics' Institute, replaced by a more substantial and commodious building. The last performance of...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 March 1886

COMMEROIAL. ressrs Marriage, Orr. and Co. report: At Traralgon, Thursday,. 25th inst,, w. held oura sual mpnthly sale of horses ;wa had our yards well supplied, and the. attendance of buyers was good, thoe bidding brisk for some, clsses,, but. the vendors reserves in many cases a good deal too high for the present state of the market, which is somewhat lower than of late for some sorts; though good hacks and buggy horses and pairs are still holding their. own. Prices realised-Pairs, £16 10s to £26.;. 2-year-olds, to £10; hacks, £5, £7, £8 5s, £13 to £15 5s; medium draughtl £13 10s to £17. At Trafalgar; Saturday 27th inst, we. sold all cattle yarded, at very satisfactory prices. At Morwell, Monday 1st inst., usual fortnightly sale;. our yards were crowdal with stock ; the attendance of buyer wa . large and the prices ruling fully up to. recent rates. Fat bullocks up to £8 2s 6d; fat.cows,.£4 12s Gd, £4 17s Gkd,£5 , 6d to £6 10s ; springers, £4 1s, £4 7s, £5, £4 10s ; store heifers, £...

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KATE DRUMMOND'S LOVER. CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 March 1886

KATE DRUMMOND'S LOVER. ----o- CHAPTER, VII. Jonas bhanded him the knife, glad to he rid of a man he so mi, trasted at any price. "I know rou're a terrible smoker, Grail, and it's hard to be without anv tlhng to cut )our tobacco with. You nteedn't hurry sending the knife, far I've another." "All rieht, and so long. I hope, beflre I get back, you'll have a better look-out." "And he hates me!" Jonae said to himself. "If were to live f r fifty years near him he'd never forgive me for taking Janey front him." "Is that you, Jonas I" anotiher voice asked him out of the darkness, and how the young man's heart bounded as he recognised the tones of Uncle George's voice. "Yes, uncle, it is me." "Who was that talking to you ?' "It was Con Grail-he borrosed my knife." Apparently irrevalent wordy, but of infinite moment for all that. "Where were you going yourself, Jonas ?' "Anywhere," was the bitter answer. "ILad, lod," sail the old man, "we are all sorry for you ! I was over at the lhut,and saw...

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