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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. THE WAR CLOUD IN EUROPE. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 October 1886

EUROPEAN TEECZRA LY (From Melbourne Ppers.) THE WAR CLOUD IN EUROOp London, Tuesday. A rumor which, in diplomatic circles is generally understood to be well founded, has gained currency thitl Russia has been cOnductiug .ert negotiations with France, ith tie object of forming an offensive allialeC against Germany. It is stated tiat Russia offered to declare war against Germany on a guarantee being giver that the active support of Fraa.I would be given her. The report further states that the negotiations were discovered y Prince Bismark, the German Chancellor h, a by his energy succeeded in frustrtti, the contemplated alliance. The Austro-Hungarian Premier has held a conference with Count Klilnok the Minister for Foreign Afli;irs" g" with Prince Bismarck, at which ai't s - factory understanding w-as arrived at. It is declared that the Austro-(;eramant Alliance is unshaken. Auskria will neverpermit Russia to occupy Bu3-ariat but it is considered that no such step is at present contempl...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 October 1886

MARRIAGE, ORRý AND COY. STOCK AND ESTATE A4GENTS, G1 IV car..f! attention to nall lnsine s - cotrnso.l to th.'m. Perilical Mserkoet4 pi below. Land, and (. anrine S.als properly cnnducte:L V4L.UATION( Svale. LOA'NS n,,:~Irted, and Life .nl f'-ire INSURL'tACE efotetd. ACcTIO?: ER ; M.IL. JACKSON ORR. HEAD OFFICE-TRAl.RALGON. 've are e ercct.l n w and extensive Yards at Trar:lgon. thrwell. Tmongabhie. 'arra ga.. if rhoo, with good acconodation for A4.5R5? FOR- Natioralof.wsanaland, Finr Insurance Co Colonial Mutual Fire and I.ife Insronce Co. New York Life Insurance. Cou New Zealand Mercantile Agenco Oo. TRR4R .OCO, MONDAY, OCT. 4. ýtRlIAG:B, ORR & CO. will sell on 1V-. above date, immetditely hbefore the c ttr. sal*t. account of \.a,- Wellwood. 6 good useful Horses SinglDe-ssted ? ul gy Hurs Workl and Ch fe:uetter. for varitns ownere - 2 Teams Workers (14 each) complete in nally good condition 20 young :printers. forward 45 Steers ami Heifers 20 'ign TRARALGON, MONDSAY, OCT. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 October 1886

Yevil's Granid JtnJeltion Hote!( gAcknowlcgcd to be the Lcading Hotel in the 'district, ý, ý111ý , 1 ýýlir "r~ll.. r 1 \1ý" · 1 l Yý", lllll ---,- -~=-L Y I~ r;: 1 5 -·~'r·f;-;L1 -eal, " BIF" '·· ~ i .· `L 9 5 ~ --~- \ LI.IAinnud (dcici r uf Al'nrtuys rouku dr4 fo .-- : t-: : T.a,- ' . r4r. flr anln I i ug 'l aii rait at l hn 1. Te'e ":. ::::::: ': :. I'::Ti., latrou, ini e shoril e hotel will rcei'eL Cirility. Comfort, and Attention. Charges MDoderate. CO()ItN ILI[TU NEVILI.E. Pror.-;. tor THE COMMERCIAL HOT EL AlU;i E I'STREET, TRARALGON, A).N 'EL Et'A I , Proprietor. iil; -:: , : u :;Tni n f,,r Vi- trs, who will find the 'CConmi rcia.. !!. .l reii''te wit iP vel ronvel niejicL . Wi!,rs ::,I S.,iii s of' Tt - B .t Qnialitv. rilliard' Tabl. -i..>i a ::lll: . L..-... li Boxe-. : n1ld l'Po; d , k Ac-co mu.n), ltim. , TI,-:, :'i Ji Ji gis I r Ili .. in iost reisotiald, terms..: THE CLUB HOTEL, 1TR ARALGON, F!.- !.o' e-,,!i- - t t, rn sptation as the LE.ADI)Nn In OIT' E Ie d.tri'-. ...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1886. PUBLIC SEXAGENARIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 October 1886

*'MODERATE, Rur PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tucsday & Fri.lay morning.) FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1886. PUBLIC SEXAGENARIANS. Ix reply to Mr JoNEs in the Legisla tive Assembly on Tuesday, the Premier said that the services of sexagenarians at present in the public service, who were still competent to discharge their duties, would not be dispensed with until Parliament had been afforded an opportunity of fully discussing the whole question. This is no doubt a good decision to arrive at. The question as to whether all persons in the public service should be dismissed at the age of sixty years, is one which requires the fullest and most deliberate con sideration, and to hurriedly pass a measure dealing with the question, or to enforce a measure which had been prematurely passed, might perhaps seriously injure the working of the various departments of the Govern ment. It is probably a question upon which youth and age will never agree. There are positions in the public ser vice whic...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 October 1886

DEATH. TOLMIE. -On the30th Sept, at Minniedale, John Tolmie, aged 44 years, eldest son of the late Ewen Tolmie, late of Ducaran Station, Mansfield, and formerly of Inver- ness, Scotland. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of the late John Tolmie are respectfully invited to follow his re-   mains to the Traralgon Cemetery on Satur- day 2nd October. The funeral will leave his late residence, Minniedale, at 11 o'clock, and will pass through Traralgon at 12 o'clock. Friends please accept this intimation. B. WALLIS, Undertaker, Traralgon.

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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 October 1886

PSISSIXC ROTES. BY SIMPLETON. Much is being said and written at present about theFrench War Minister, General Boulanger, who, if reprt speaks truly, is playing high jinks.in the administration of his office. The General does not bother his head about what has been the standing custom, nor about what his subordinates would desire as the usage for the present; he has put his hand to certain works of reform, and he is shaping like a nm in who will successfully cuary some of them out. I have neither space nor inclination to discuss here the various schemes of the great Boulan ger, but I must notice one of. his pranks. It is announced that lie is going to try and reduce the narriage rate among subalterns in the French anry by raising the amount of the dowry which a subaltern's bride is iequired to bring her husband. The General is of opinion that marriage detracts from a soldier's gallantry, hence his highly interesting efforts to tax it out of the way. But, unles I sadly misjudge the hu...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 October 1886

It will add to the interest of the Gran.l Hall of Parliament House, Melbourne, to know that it is as nearly as possible in length and width the exact size of the House of Commons. The vestibule is 44 feet square, and when the dome ascending from it has been completed, it will be 134 feet in height. The arcn:hitecture is Roman Composite in one ordonnance, standing on enriched panelled pedlestals, and is thus somewhat different to the general archi tecture of the hail.

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SAM SILCHESTER. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY,* BY NORMAN WAKEFIELD. CHAPTER IX:—CONTINUED. ROSA MURDOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 October 1886

SA.J SILCIIESTER. AN.. AUSTRALTAN STORY,* BY NORMAN. WAKEFIELD. CIlAPTrR IX.-CO?rInUjD.. ROSA MURDOCH. Miss Murdoch wept tears of disap pointment. She had been led to think tlhat Rocheille was a brisk little town ship,with streets and shops and agoodly number of nice people. The school, she h.ad pictured to herself as a pretty little stone building, with comfortable residence attached. Futhermore she expected to see at least one church, and she had some guesses as to what manner of clergyman was in charge - whether he was married gr single, young or old, dark or fair, tall or short, a man who could hold his hearers spell bound,'or some prosy old character who would send them all asleep-but to her disappointment she found that there was no church within seven or eight miles of her school, and that was one of a sect the doctrines of which she had never learned. At first it seemed to her that she should resign her office and retirn to Hobart at the first opportunity. She had seen some ...

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TRARALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 October 1886

TRARALGONA- A RICULTURAL SOCIETY. The committee meeting of the above sobiety held their usual fortnightly mneetingnat Mitchell's hotel yesterday when there were present Messrs D. Campbell (president) Young, Widdis, Mitchell, Sligli M.'Mahon, Cochrnne, Sykes, A. Walker, E. S. Whittakers, W. Chapman, Drane and Varney. S GSENMRAL BUSINESS. Moved by Mr Young, seconded by Mr Sykes-That 3Mr Cochrane he nomilinated as judge for Alderney and Milking cowsfor the North Gippsland Annual Sprilig Show in 1886. Carried. Mr R, Young moved, Mr Mitchell seconded-That the judges stand be erected outside the ring, and thitt it be portable is siggested.--Carried. 1Moved by Mr Walkeriand seconded by Mr Sligli that th6 iontractors be empowered to cap the sheep pens, and that the iron hinges' be dispensed with.-Carried. Moved by 1Mr Sykes, seconded by Mr Widdis, that the secretary be em powered to get all stumps and trees removed from the ground.-Carried. It was decided that the matter of appointing'juidg...

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ST. JAMES' CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 October 1886

ST. JAMe CaUrncR. On Sunday- evening the Rer. J. R. Walker preached from St. )Latthew 14th c. lth v. "And his disciples came and took up the body and Ihried it, and went and told Jes u." The preacher said : One's mind naturally reverts to that little l?ad of John's disciples, and an affinity yr be traced between their case and (r own. Since last sabbath no less than three er ns well known to most of us lare lnsed away in death. It has been a week of deaths. In cases of sad be lrree.ent, the departed has scarcely laeed away, when duty and fortitude I?1*l us to carry out the last rites, and it i, only af:er the bred one is lowered into tr grave, that we realise fully the sorrow wJich has fallen upon us. We do unto Oh ers as wewould they should do for i?. The olsequies of the dead must be at tedlto. It will do the dead nogood, lint:: i very impirtant for the living. istueal must he observed, otherwise we m??et relasc into heathenism. The idea wf cremation, and the preservation of a few...

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PARLIAMENT HOUSE. LAYING OF THE MEMORIAL STONE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 October 1886

PARLIAfITENT IOIu?SE. b LAYING OF THE MEMORIAL STONE. b Tne memorial stone of the Parliament n House of Victoria-it is incorrect to plak of it as the memorial stone of the West Front only--was onl Friday after noon laid by his Excellency Sir Henry i Brougham Loch, in the presence of an large andrepresentative assemblage. The t ceremony was attended with befitting lomp and circumstance, though it did not ipss offso brilliantly as it would have done had the weather been more favor able. Catbinet Ministers, Memlbers of Parliament, and the Executive Council, their Honors the Judges, the Ieads of departments, military and naval oflicers, heads of religious denominations, mayors and presidents of municilpal bodies through out thecolony, Chairmen of Water Trusts, and leading members of the professions amid of the commercial community were 'ieluded among the thousand gentlemen present by invitation. The proceedings were graced by the c prescnce of three or four hunldred ladies, including La...

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LAUNCHING A LIGHTHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 October 1886

An unusual occurrence in this colony took place at Footscray on Saturday morning the hull of a new lighthouse, which. has just been completed by -Messrs Campbell, Sloss and 3M'Cann, being launched from their yards at Footscray into the Saltwater River. The floating lighthouse is to .do duty at the Swanspit in place of the present structure. The hull is a tremendous aithir, like a large tub. It is 1l7ft high. and 36 in diameter. There are water tight compartments inside, two decks, and apartments for the lighthouse keeper. The tower. is not yet fixed in position. The structure has taken about four months in building, and the cost was £3500. It is the first work of the kind attempted in this colony, and the successful carrying out of the work reflects great credit on the firm I reviously mentioned. The launching commenced at a quarter past twelve o'clock. The skids on which the lighthouse was built had been previously greased, -and as soon as the supports were knocked away a great sho...

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THE CHURCHES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 October 1886

TIlE CHURCIIES. PRfESvYTERIAN ClURiCH. On Suinda morning the Rev. J. G. .WiSon ionk for his text the Ist portion ,,Ihe:h ch. Acts. The preacher said: There is a matter in looking over this his tor as far as we have conic to bespecially r.ed, viz.: the diffcrent rcsults accruing iar the preaching of the gospel. This is s:r'kinily shown in contrasting the day .f Perteaot with the day when Stephen :,d lhefore the Jewish Sanhedrim. The farter dsy was the ingathering to the chi:rh of Christ of thousands of believing men and women ; on the latter day the .sm e g?opel ale, "cut them to the heart," leb the resul was that they gnashed on cn him with their teeth, and they hurry Em forth and put hin to death. The -=ni of tici is"a saver of life unto life,or of d:lth unto death." Some read the ra nti in hmil?ty and penitence, anid are 4s ed; others h in reaing are filled with isterness and narer with the word that iký-, others. It is a responsible thing toh t-r the Ispel, and we should " take ,...

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COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 October 1886

CO Lf ERCILAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. Marriage,Orr and Co. report :---At Tra ralgini, Monday, our yards were well sup plied with cattle. Attend.nce large, bid ding brisk for most lots, and sales effected for all lots yarded, either privately or iutler thi halntuer. Prices are firm at recent rates, with aull upward tendency. Steeri, ? 4 7s, .LI' 0s, d. L510a-(forward) ; lieifers, to-L4 15s; spri'igeriF:Ltls to L5 and L5 5s ; milkers, a draft' (ow con dition), L2 15s to L4 15s ; 12 workers at L19 per pair. " Messrs A. M'Lcan and Co. report: Our yards were crammed. We sold fat bullocks L8 2s Gd, LB 10s, LS 15s, L8 17s Gd, L9 2s ad, to LIO 2s Gd ; store bullocks to LU 10s;.cowsL3 lls, L3 IGs, draft of 32 at.L3 18s to L4; steers, L3 ls, L3 10s, to L4 ;heifers, £ 1, £2 1ls, £3 12s Gd to £3 ,Gs; young steersand heifers, £I 15s, £2, £2 5s, - 2 16s; springers at £5. Pri vately we sold 80 steers at £4. 10s, and 700 head of store cittlf i£ a very, satisfac tory figure. Working bullocks, poIr, at £...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 October 1886

TOWN .DIMB0O f0RY. B n.i.rny- in, It' - Y.n i:'-iis from ih.- junitiin if tl.r l, vti ie. I ie. Slutre Cmneil.--Presil nit. J. Petrkli Vsq., C-. tncillf-. M.- .r . . l ii.n 1) 1.n'r ltell, Il. Br,.-.. '.e, mlIi-Ill-. l N0 her. *<y'.ilsvt!, it . S "-n v S1.hire : i r, t.yT --i.dF"l'inirier. Mrl J IeIM C'nml;.It'l- I;hlal ollc_.mr. WVrt.ls Inctpe.,- r . ir. 'F.M'I-Cii-' nit I: Irec.*vc r' i.J. . I'lve '. - tinT .-f Ir Il nk ofA ust il1ni-: Ilhllll n 1l1 >r.l'r Il lirf .M nmlnrr " Inspect. r Nu sam e:, rn7iiMa:bil - 0i i,l10,0;1iif; tIr 1C I. i nl- :,ct 4a I Ile Itarll 06f jWjil-nlity' ilI ih.t mntlh at. I I t. . - * WJw.-('ilIiic.M.'s!?tIrIecA. ,. l.Twit. -'q , irlin hold- conurts ti he- f- uii Wlti?s (I.-yin'i Tv Illonth. the Jn-t'in iftrl~i I'el.e 1iiciii;ig oil the eiconld lWl:tei.iar;nll 0lia. i.;t lcrk if Court. enl nl-i l-.cltoian l!erislinr, Mr finr'cP Du'Vi ; (. '-lii?.e c.l lit.h l?zteizl 3h,.sis.I. lc·rkin, It 31.r, fs.; y. Y'ullg. W. Whit.ae .kc, I. l1,ikay, :...

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A SCENE IN COURT. MR JUSTICE HOLROYD AND MR PURVES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 October 1886

A SCENE I? COUURT. MR JUSTICE HOLROYD AND MR PURVES. During the cross-examination of Professor H. B. Allen on the trial of Mrs Elizabeth Taylor at the Criminal Court on Monday, Mr Justice Holroyd took occasion to call to question the manner in which Mr Purves, Q.C., who was the leading counsel for the defence, was conducting it. Mrs Taylor was charged with having by malpractice caused the death of Miss Julia Warburton, and Professor Allen, who had made the " post mortem" examination on" the body of the deceased, was examined to prove that the death was caused by violence. In cross-examination Mr Purves attempted to show that the witness had no practical experience in the subjects on which he gave evidence, and in reference to one answer that witness gave, said, " Where did you pick up that knowledge 1" and the witness replied, "From the works of standardl suthors." Mr Purves. "We read the same works, and have the same means of obtaining know ledge." Professor Allen.-" You are quite ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 October 1886

Wanted. W{ANTED a good gereral servant, for Sprivate family. Wages 12s., refere ces required. Apply at once 3Ri. IENDE.N, Stationer, &c., Trarlgon. XTANTED, general servant. Apply SIns. P. A CROWN, Hot!hm-stret,iT, Trarlgon. WATTLE BARK " 0 to G0 TONS lbest WATTEliNARK wV anted at Melboarnr. pr'crs. Silver ditto bought at its value. W. BALDFRSON, Tmralgon Tannery. For Sale or To Let. FORi SALE-POSTS and 7RAILS, Gar den 'alines and Ineul Paligs in any quantity. SEEDS of cvcry description, from Thorsm Lan. and Co, Little Collins street, at Melbourne prices. Apply to C. STEADMAN. Traralgon F?OR SALE.-Ts.tting horst, YOUNG LRAPIPARIEF. "Pedigree apply to JOSEPH DRAFFIN, Post-office, Callignee. TO LET-Four roomed Cottage. Apply C. It. WILKES & Cl). TO BE LET-The Grazing of 10 acres of land, within one mile of the township of Trarlgon. Apply to THOMAS J. TANNER. TO LET.-Traralgnn LIVERIY STABLES with 4.roomed Dwelling sljoining. Apply M31A?:un?s, Onn, & C.,., Tmran...

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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, Oct 2. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 October 1886

GIPPSLAND STOCK' REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, Oct. 2. Messrs Little and Borthwick report: Fat Cattle.-Market firm at last week's high rates. We yarded a large number at Maffra and Sale; bidding brisk, and all sold. Cows, inferior to good, £5 5S, £5 10s, £5 15s, £ D, .£ 5s, £?i 12 G(d, £6 17s Gd, £7, £7 lOs, £7 17s id, £8 5s; bullocks, inferior and medium to good, £7, £7 Is, £7 10s, £7 15s, £8, £8 10s, £8 153, £8 17s tid, £-9, £9 is lid, £9 10s; lheifers, £4 10s to £6; veal.rs, £1 10s to £2 4s. S:ore Cattle--A good many forward, principally inferior sorts, and the contin ued dry weather caused prii:s to be easier. but now that fine rains are tailing, we an ticipate anl increased demand for bullocks and cows of fattening ages. At Matlra on Friday our yards well supplied, bidding dull, and rates ruled lower by about l0s than the previous week ; bullocks, £5 to £5 15s ; cows, £3 5s to £4 8s ; 3 yes. heifers, L2 to £3 Ils; 3 yrs. steers, £3 18s to £4 16s; 18 mouths to 2 yrs.steers, £2 G3 to ...

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NEW SIGNALLING APPARATUS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 October 1886

NEW SIG?'ALLIN5UG APPAA'tiUG.. The new rocket }' signalling apparatus recently- erected upon Cliffy Island,. for the purpose of warning. passing vessels against a;p~poachling too close to the land dur ing foggy weather, has been subject to a practical test which resulted in a highly satisfactory manner. The subjoined communication has been received by the department:-" The Secretaay of Ports and Harbors--Sir, -We have much pleasure in handing you the following extract from the re port received from Captain Ford, of the steamer Taramung, whilst on her last voyage front Newcastle to Mel bourne, showing the great value of the fog rocket signalling at Clifly Island :-' S.s. Taramung, Newcastle to Melbourne-At 3.40. a.m. on Friday, 17th., we were met by a dense fog, so thick that we could scarcely see from one end of the steamer to the other. When fully 10 miles from from the Cliffy we heard the report of the rocket, which was followed at regular intervals. Engines were slowed down to de...

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HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION OF PARLIAMENT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 October 1886

?- HISTORY AD I)I)DESCRIPTlION OF PARLIAMENT I1OUS:. r, The short history and descripti, Itf.e 1C Parliament louse, of which clpile were :t handed to the ladies andl gentlemn pre Ic sent, had been prepared at the requtet of 1s the Royal Commission on the P Iu liarmeit butlllags by Mr Geio. I. Jenkins, Svecre tary to the Commission. We give liw extracts from this ably written amll inter - eating work. It olpens with a reference 'o o the conditions ulder which, on the Ist ,f if July, 1851, Victoria arrived at the dignity to of being a separate colonyv of the Iritih it Empire, with a Legislature of its itn, t and proceeded to show that manyi rcm?isl , forblde tile inmmediate erectiln if a Par Sliament Horuse. First arose the iop*ir d tant question of'site. Otn th January, it 1853, Mr II. C. F. Childers (since (l.cII it cellor of the Exchequer ini the ltaurial c- Government), moved the ilHose into com a mittee, when it was resolved :-"That it e is desirable that the Legislative ('oulrci...

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