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CALLIGNEE. (CONTRIBUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 September 1886

CALLIGNEE. (CONTRIBUTED. ) A very pleasant eveting was si t by the residcnts of Callignee on Fri'"y evening last the 10th instant, the Ir, ceedings taking the forme of a "silver eveniig,_unler the sunpervision l Mlr ltird (teacher), and 31r E. 11. Sioh. Church of England lay reader. Mr Joseph Draffin was voted to the chair, and he called upon Mr John Draffin ti iapen"-the concert with the sya "When you and I were your, ng agi'. This was ple.santly given, and reciLo tions followed by Mr W. S. Draffin, "A little Bow of Blue" andl Mrnlas. Waite. "The 'song of the Shirt." M r J. Clr,' sang'"Good lp- at the door, anil lr an encore gave "Will you renmeti"nr me." After.Mr G. Phillip s rcitati'n "How thlfy brought the good neCs I Ghentt,"aglee, "Oh the sportsof ('lilhi hood,'-,wns rendered by thi ~lt',' dhildreni under the diirectin of Zfr Baird, and the glee was so w?'ll r': lered thlat.an encore wAL inListl " MAiss ..odycomb then recited "'e Beautiful Snow," i a rharmiTe pathetic manner, ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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TRARALGON FOOTBALL CLUB BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 September 1886

TRARALGON FOOTBALL CLUB B ANQUET. 1 j'b :1n ns W el jiiie the Club Hotel on Tuesday evening to close the season. forthe local club, and to decide to w'homit the r?ophies presented by Messrs I. C. Jones, and C. Neville, slhonldio awarded.' ?Thecre was a large numlber of persons present, and every tlhiu went off.aithout a? hitch. The liauquet was gotup ini first-class style and reflected great credit upon Mr ill Mr HII. C Jones, the president of the club occupied the chair,,the vice-chair was occupied by Dr Mornt?omery the vice-presideiit, of the cuil. After tlhe usual loyal toasts had been dealt with, AIr M'Farlaine fa?voured the company with a song; "Yesterday," after which Mr H. VWallace proposed '"The Traral gon Football Club" coupled with the name of Mr .West,) thle;captain, and in doing so said that lie had not taken such an interest in in the club as he miight have done, but hoped to be able to say ib the eiid of'next year, by the assistance of a few gentleman present, that the...

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SAM SILCHESTER. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY, BY NORMAN WAEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 September 1886

SAM SILCHESTER.': -AN AiU SRALTA\N STORY,* BY TORM3L.N WAKElIELD. -UCnAirTE ii.-CONTiNUED. 1,' " . . . IIUS LIFE. . Sam's tree had at last fallen, and? he rejoiced in it, 'but his work had only their begun with it, for notwithstaiid ing that the work of felling trees was, to Saun, great, the work of splitting was very much more. With some help he managed to cut off i length of the bole, and then lie applied the wedge' to it, but though lie hammered away till the wedge was lost sight of, the log showed but small signs of splitting. Wedge after wedge was applied, and he feared they would all be lost, and that for some reasoil or other, the fates were against, him., The wedges sank, in'the log iunler "uccessiie blows from the maul, as thouglh.they ;ereso many nails. In fact the tree .wliil lie had 'selected was one of' the most crooked grained white genus that he could have possibly foujil hlad lie 'seai'ched for a month.. ,; ,, Ho " Hw is. it,'l,he asked, " that this tree should be so...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 September 1886

CORRESPONDENCE. 7bTo the Editor of the 7karargon. Record. Sir,-In your local re B.ichelor's Ball in last issue, the following ihanme shouild have been mentioned along with those you in: serted, viz. :-The Re-.. J. R. Walker on the committee, and amongst the ladies Mrs. Riw, Mrs. Wallace, Miss Philp and Miss Potter, all of whom.took part in the prglratiibons for the bIl and, whose as sist5nce was invaluable. . ;Yoros, etc. :, R. D. L;?AW ORESON, )OJdA- Pr:E C- ý. iýSS-JIoiý: Sec:.",

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FLYNN'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 September 1886

: F^LRNN'S OREEK SElections have been the orderf day here during last week lad result of the shire election has l very satisfactory to a number of ti mers in this district who look Mr A. Walker as a very suit, a resentative of their partirular dustry. ' The town lhas still two,, r "dent councillors in the peron. of ?" Peterkin and Walker, with Cr. p bell not far offl It has been l':,,l ilhat;applications should bIe ,aol 'tie proper quarter to have the rc~ hlors. at Upper Flynn's c.iek L:, a polling place for P]rliimelt -eletionl I Ts. i The want of this caused considerable inculvcielc Ic residents in thisneighbourhlid a,, nuinber of whom will int ta lke trouble nor lose the time ti o to T I. .algon.torecord their votes. At prTici there is no polling pliae f(r P'iaro1. mentary.elections between C:illi., Willung Soutli, anid Trarjlg'on. , Tlhe'result of tle electi. ,,i , 9t1 inst. woas no surprise, in fact th? prevailing opinion :seemed to l,e ith: M'r Pearson would be returnrd Iv a v...

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WALHALLA LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 September 1886

" LLIIA LL. 1DG- . he annual insallatio of the Word S~ipiul 3Master and officers of thei Walhalla Lodge took place on Wednes 9 ev ening, at the Mfasonic-hall. SIIarrison, W.3. of Walhalla was 31i"n,. installing master; Bro. 3eill as installed as Worshipfil tier, and the following officers were Gatd:--Br. C. Amor, S.W.; Bro. Cpark, J.W .;- Bro, Noble, S.D.; Bro. Parer, J.D.; Bro. Lee, 'J:.G.; Bro. - a, O. G. The banquet took place lte Fresters' Hall, . and was anivt eould be desired, the catering Ssig every satisfaction.'"After the by onic toasts, song ere given Tnoa rs C. Amor,.: Montomtery, ra P ye 311, rill ecitation by Ba eill, P.I., song,,, Bros.. 1ater hp a Loanr.. The' Installing "e , Ero, Harrison .was hihly eie. ' by-the visiting brethren ard to hisafficency.ais Install ..a~Mn ter, and also the visiting breth p"remre hihly pleased with general frll of the club. Besides.'the, n era visitors front -Tramrion, a s also-a L r ai,nuber from the ~ma and New Zealand present at oat r...

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

TOWNl DIRECTORY. aitl?o ." - % in. I s-., v. n niles from Melbourne, ai si nmnin Gipp.l;n. li e, t.1 the junctien of lthe IIPrfel.: I. ic. Shire C eoncil.--Pe.-idn'., J. PeTrikin Esq., C.oureill n, 31. Ls I;. 1i ni. i I1 Camp?ell. II. lre-id, I'?ilhe nilb. Kell her. Forsyth, 31 I', nl Vner -v: Shire. eart, ity and tagir.er. ir J me. Canmpbll l:ate Collctlor. War?s Inspet:cir, Sr., F. 31Kin i.l.l: 'ire-i rer.J. H. le.n. -f..niaer .f li nk of Ausnralasia: itealth 'ill t r.)r M?1:t?smery Ins ret.rN 'a sa?-n ?.C-. ntstal! - O'l)unoI hiu : the rC"irni ,-..i.art s a I eal :Ia-d of lI.-tih. and i t--i flr hui i.e-(s on hie neC oni WVedr-edcl in rh- mouth n 1 I i in. Law.-'iobe a Mi:ist ate, A. W. II..vir. Feq , who hl-d- courts the f urch Vetl. s d rin o.ae nounth. thie J: t re., ,ft:c I'e?.e p.t il*eiing n he second WVdnelitsdlay,at lOan..; . trkt Coumit. anlal-t l etuial ],?gi.icstr, 31r ( iar e. Du Ye: Ju-tier- .t thll Pae. 3e-srs .1. 1e'lerkir, l)r 3.,r..iso, 1. Y-urg W. Whit ake s.. i...

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SHAKING HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 September 1886

SHAKING HANDS. N 0°dihersingu- vdt) swill give one such bi' iusight:into individual human nature as,hand, shaking.,.In, the per formance,'of this social.: custom many peculiarities may be noted tol perfec 'tion!i- W Vould 'you expect' to get, a donati9n from a. man who will give you but two fingers to be shaken, and keel the rest bent as upon an itching pitiul' I .think not. ' Throdgh " the 'agency of thd finer's tlhe hieart can be made to speak its feelings. ý.Ifyou doubt it, stand by1 the bedside of ia dying friend from whom the power of speech has gone. With what eloquence the hand will thlelnecho the thoughts of the mind. As we shake hands so we feel, so we are. Make a study of the matter and you will find tlut. people of different dispositions sfaike hands very differently., Some extend their haud, .and give i good, sound, warm heart grasp. . That is when their disposition is warm, ardent and vigo rous. Others greet oiu with a cold, formal shake, without emotiton or warmth. Suc...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, September 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 September 1886

MELBOURNE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK REPORT. W . ednesday, September 15th. Fat Cattle.--1676 liead were entered for sale, including a draft from Queensland, which reached Sydney by water, and were trucked from thence, amongst which there was a fair sprinkling of good and prime, but the tbulk of thi supply were of middling quality. The market fluctuated somewhat throughout, and last week's high r atc;weir not'minit~iiied, prices oi the whole ben alsout 20s. per head lower. Prime pcis-ofulllocks sold at from £17 to £19, according to weight; odd beasts. to 22 5s ; good do, from £13 to £15; seconddo, from £10 to £11 ; middling and inferior, from £6 10s; prime pens cows, £10 10s to £13 17s Gd, according to weight; good do, from £8 10s to £9 10s; middling and inferior, from £4 0Os. Messrs Powers. Rutherford and Co. have sold 17 bullocks for Mr. Denis O'Brien, Cowwar, £16 to £19 Ss, averaging£18 13s 6d, the highest average of the market; 40 bullocks, very small, for Mr. Buchanan, Tadangatta, £11 ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 September 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE., (By Wire-From our own Correspondent.) SMelbourne, Thursday Evening. The match 'Australian Elecen v. Players of England, has been drawn in consequence of the rsn irid idi'sffniciency of time. When 'tid iniit shippd" the match the Australians land scored e226 for loss of 8 wickets. Geelotig rfsidetits Are 'responding well to the fund that is being raised to ban quet the Geelong footballers in recognition of their grand victories of the' season. Trophies will be presented to them., L120 haive l&en:dollheted iii five days. . * An inquest washeld to-day on the body of an iifant which was found on Monday last off Islington-ttreet, Collingwood. A vcdcictof inmrderKe:avs rethined. - Tenders. the following werennnounced to-day:--New verandah Post and Tele graph offlic, Walhaild, :H. :Bolger, L39 15s ;.stable and shed post and telegraph dflice, 73airnsdale, J. Townsend, L57 10.

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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 September 1886

PASSING NOTES. BY Si3FPLETON. Sdid think of spotting the winners i he arious athletic tournaments hich tkee .1'ae during November ad ecemlber, investing my savings tnhem, ant.d thus, in any ' easy, ac oapen enanler," lay my hands at S on wealth and opulence. -But nhe changed nty mind. The turlite he ricw-s I quoted in opening this priuhos tl is not far out. A horse iPyor :ay not deceive ; there is not mea the bn eit of the doubt in respect e crea.ture who can talk. Some ic t which have lately become known tona relative t the doings of pedls would have made Mr Fngan and his dear child the Artful Dodger, blush to hink what cotparative tyros in' the lr sther were. It is on record that a S.ann fellow whose verforntances, coi of lointg a few insignificant rot~ was a few years ago nominated for the Wetern district big race, and received a most liberal treatment from the handicappers. When the races tn'e on the lltlan who had entered staed quietlyat home while an ex ein rnner, said afterwa...

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TRARALGON SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 September 1886

TRARALGON SOUTH... A very successful concert was given at the State school in the above place on Wednesday 15th inst., in aid of-the Church of England cause.'?' 1.-'E. H.'Siith,lay reader of the Church of England having been stationed in the Calliguee district t for some moanths past, has worked up the district ywell, :ind ,liasi fnuild that the Snumber of seats in the Traralgon South I school was'. not nearly sufficient to seat f the worshippers who attended his servics. [ It was therefore thouht desirable that some extra seats slhoul be got, and to do this a'commit'ce was fornied of some of I the most influential men rf the district, I anl with Mr. Barton as their secretary, " the work was gone into with enthusiasm. The circ'rt on Wednesday evening was s to' dfriy the cost of f? lj ~rhcI ' ich l.i.. Sn'rey Fein obtain-d, and the lromoters have every reason to be proud of the result of theirefforts,:both finaicially and otherwise. A number "or residents of Traraluon we,t out tosing...

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COMMERCIAL. MORWELL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 September 1886

COIMMEROIAL. 3IORWELL MA"RKETSS. Messrs Marriage, Orr and Co. rIport:_ Fat cattle, very few forward; stores, a medium supply of an inferior description, prices fully up to late quotations. Our, sales were as follows.-Fat cows, li~ lt weights, frnin£6 10s to £6 17s ad; "fat steers, .£e to £7 10s ; odd lots, at full market rates ; 3 to 4 yr. old store bullocks, £4 10s, £4 17s Gd, 5 10s and £6; 2 to 3 yr. old steer £3;£3i0 atid £4 wea news, 35s and 40s; a nice lot of cows in forward store condition, at £3 14s, and several odd lots ranging from £3 to £3 10s ; heifers, S2 to 3 yr. old, £2 7s; Gd, £2 8s, £2 15s and up to £3 10s- -pigs, none forward, a great many enquiries for forward stores. WOODLAND'S SALE. Messrs Marriage, Orr and Co. report: Very successful sale yesterday, on account of W. Chambers, Esq. The attendance was large, and- the-bidding Was spirited throughout. Prices ranged as follows: Sundries at full value ; pigs suckers, slips, porkers, bacons, sows, ranging in value from...

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

Auctions. IARRIAGE, ` ,ORR, y AND-.COY. .STOCK AND ESTATE:AGENTS, (1 FVE careful .ttention to all Buliness LT entrusted to them. Periodical .Markets as h.low. land and Clharing Sales prolerly c,,nducted. VALUATIONSmade. LOA~S i?netiate.id. qaq Life and Pire INSG' NCICE effectrd. AUCTIroN.EER - Mn..[ACKES(\ ORn. IIEAD OPPICI--TRAILAGON. WhhacTi-rrced n w ian d ecxtensivre YanL tt Traralgnn. \ar:-ell. Toongaahhic. Narra ran.. M' rboo,. with good naccmodation for, A*G.i15 FOR NationalofNew7 Zealand, Fire Insurance Co Colonial 31 ct.Il Fircand L.ife nlauranceCo. New YorkJife Inmnptnce. Co. g7w Zealan M1ercantile Agency Co. TRARLGO N, MONDAY, SEPT. 20. s f'iUABTRIAE i .O1RB &kCO, will n ell on Jill awhroe date, for carious owners = S 'Fat Bullock?and Cows 30 4-vr-old State Bullocks 100 2 and 3 yes Steers and IBiters a Milkers nmilsprinarezai 14 Workers and Tackle (low) S Workers arid Tackle (forwardl) 15 Pigs . . ; TRARALGON, MONDAY, SEP. 20: -,rARRIAGE, ORR . CO. will sell 1 L f...

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

Neville's Grand Junctio nHlotl Acknowledged to be the Leading Hotel in the district, !ý I 1 1 1 111113·11(1(1*(? 1.ru1111( . n11(( a _- I· ----~--~ i'''~~"" ·h· II :i fh .,ci Ve'eddi2Ignzid Excursion Pnrties pirovided fo' Illo tnn,) Cono lInt Io. BILLIAIIDS (oin of AI.cock'.hont)) ..1i1.k . rom for Commercianl Tra.cllers. ioer'es and Buggies always at hand. Te'e •Zma. 1.'aptly attenukdi to. l'arties Iatmnising the above hotel will receive I Civility, Comfort, and Attention. Charges MEoderate. CORNELIUS NEVILLE, Prot,ristor THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL. AIIGYI E STREET, TRARALGON, PETER KELLY, Proprietor. First class accommnodati n for Visitors, who will find the Commercial" 1litil rep'ete with every ronvenellnce.. WinesP and Slpii s of thl B..st Qnality. Billiard Tible. Good Stablin,, LIoo.e Boxes, and Padd Ik Aro',uinataiitiou. 1Io rs and Bu:gies f.r Ili-i. on most renlsounble terms. THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARALGON, ITA? now establilhed :ta nputation no sthe LEADING HOUSE the district, .lnd the ...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 September 1886

.'"omiO".BAi r . ii'PitoneassOG iRSi l 1' (Published every Tuesday & Fridiy niornling.) from the Rev. FREEMAN WTILLS, en titled " Meat' fl' irJti People." Tihe deeply concerned l'huithlf reispcting' thlio corporal as ellI1st tlh spiritiul! Lwants of. the pedpldl inoi~ thodil he" ininister . Not;' ponlyidoess ir. WILas ,those ieliuonrtP the six "off-days" of his week lie figures as a purveyor .of. meat. The reverend gentleman explains that .to by findling mcat a luxury unknown-to many of his poorey r panshoners o wiug ts oti e ii· io p p e&,oclrged liyh the bitchers. lA paper written y Mr C., R. Stus set thile worthy minister thinking' " what f' glorious thing it " would be if it were possible to bring "good meat4 jvithin the compass opf T " humbl0en eans io filf th ``children "with a fuller life and take off that "ad? ;i s ied look from the factor-bow"s "sallow face." He dilates upon the advantages that would accrue,, physi cilly, aiti t nelintlly if- the people .vor...

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

MIARIIIAGE. GALBRAITH - M'COLL - On August 24th, in the Proi.yrteru Church, 'Inrnrlguu. by the 11cr. J. 0. Wiso, John rnuce. eldest son of A. L. Galbraith. Tycas. to C(lenin tina, youngest daughter of P'ater M1ColI, Trnralgou. HANDLY -On tlicbrhbi,4t.tIej rcsidciieu son of Walter and Caroline Illadley, aged 3 months.

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

ODDS ANDENDS 'f ydu wish to conmmunicate with the finny tribes of the sea, first drop them a line. "What did your father leave you when he died, Pat?" "Faith, he left me an orphan?" S'"You never saw my hands as dirty as that ?"said a petulant mother to her little girl ",No, but your mother did," was the reply.- "Wilminigton Star." Information come"s frcm StLouis that the servant girls are joining the Knights of Labour. We think the joining is done by a 1,riest.-"Boston Traveller Au original way of answering two ques tions at a time: "Here, Biddy, my darling what's the time of night and where's the pertaty pudding?" "It's eiht, sir. had at A. H. Kv.EsI0G'0, Watehmaxer and Jeweller -A DVS. Wanted ANTED a useful girl to assist in hoaso work. Apply- PI A. CIO\IE;:, ITotlham-strie t. ? ANr' I) an active Inld for delivery. References. J. S. .MILLI.GA-N; .. ........... Irince s-street. For Salo or To L~ot. FORt SALEC-POSTS and BAILS. Gar Sden aliugs and bruad,Palings in any quantity:-- SEE...

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FREEMASONRY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 September 1886

FREEMASONRY. The annual installation of the Wor shipiful Master and officers of the Gippsland Forest Lodge, No. 2123, E.C., took place at the Freemasons' Hall, Warraul, on Friday evening invst. Bro the Rev. Canon Watson,   P.M., P.D.G.C., of Sale, officiating as insatalling master. Bro. T. W. Fowler was installed as W.M, and the follow-   ing officers were then invested:   Bro.. S. Patterson, S.W.; Bro, P. P Nind, J.W. : Bro. E. C. Fowler, Secretary: Bro. Vauston, chaplain; Bro. B. Stanton, SD; Bro. W. K. Bolton, J.D.: Bro. J. Wotherspoon, IG: Bro. R.B George, S.S.; Bro.   G. Fowler, JS; Bro J. Maddeley, tyler. After the Lodge was closed, the Brethren sat down to an excellent Banquet, which was served in Host and Hostess Fowler's best style. The usual Loyal and Masonic toasts were duly honored.-''Warragul Guardian."    

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COWWAR. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 17 September 1886

COWWAR.   I regret to state that Mr James Johns has suffered another bereavement in the   loss of his last son by diphtheria. This makes the seventh child Mr. Johns has lost through the dread disease diphtheria.   The last child was a fine boy between six and seven years old, and Mr Johns has the sympathy of the whole district for his misfortune. A more pleasing theme than the above par. is the fact that our township is progressing, and showing signs of business activity. Mr. Woods has lately moved a part of his business into the large shop which he he has lately built; and Mr. Miller is progressing at a good rate with a new   shop for Mr Cummins. This shop as soon as finished will be used by Mr. Inder, one of our most active citizens, whose general   store is close by the new building. Mr.   Inder finds his present premises too small for his increasing business, and no doubt he will find the new place a d...

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