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BILL NYES BUDGET. METHUSELAH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 October 1886

BILL NIES BUDGET. MrETiUSELLII. I have just been reading James Whitcomb Riley's response to " The Old Mau" at the annual dinner: of the Indialiapolis Literary Club, and his reference to Methuselah has awakened in my mind many recollections and reminiscences of that grand old man. We first meet Methuselah in the capacity of a son. At the age of 65, Enoch arose one night and telephoned his fanmily physician to come over and assist him in meeting Methuselah. Day at last dawned on Enoch's happy hoime, and its first rel' rays lit up the still redder surface of the littlcstramner. For three hundred years Enoclh and Methuselah jogged along together in the capacity of father and son. Then Enoch was suddenly cut odown. It was at this time that little Methuselahl first realized what it was to be an orphan. He could not at first realize that his fatheir was dead. IHe could not understaind why Enoch with no inherited disease, should be shuffled out at the age of 365 years. But the doctor said t...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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TRARALGON POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13TH. (Before Messrs. Peterkin and Morrison, J.'s.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 October 1886

TRARALGOU POLICE COVURT.. WED.ESDAT, OCT. 13TH, (Before 3Messrs. Peterkin and Morrison, J.'sP.) The following cases were hoard : Illegal impounding. Plaintiff, Fred erick Faulkner, sued Thomas Faulkner for having illegally impounded some of his stock. In order to prove the ille gality of the impounding, a title to the 'round would have to be proved, and as that matter was not in the jurisdic tion of the police court, the case was dismissed.. Mr. Serjeant appeared for the defendant,, and Mr. Fergie for the plaintiff. Assault, Annie Faulkner v. Thos. Faulkner, and a cross summons Thos. Faulkner v. Annie FIulkner, were both heard. The assaults were, 1st, the pulling down of Mrs. Faulkner's clothes-line, and the oasting of bricks at Mr. Faulkner for such hasty pro ceeding. Each party was fined 40s. The fines were paid. Obscene language. M Iichael M1iNa 'sara was summonsed by the police for having used obscene language. The case was adjourned till next court, as the summons had not been ...

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RACING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 October 1886

RAClYG i'OTES. BY ' CrsH." lor the, Caulfield Cup to o take place strters, vii " Silv.e?riine, Ben Bolt, Britisher, Boolka, Silver King, Gardenia, Remus, St. Johln,Buriilda;' Zew 'Lesbam, The Levite, Recall, Bonnie Doon, Maronry, Little John, Tarpein, Millstream, Jim Cain, Islanler, and Frst ConsuL" Of this nulm er r tip' a & ,SILVERM1NE I1 .:- BEN BOLT 2 R I;TISHER 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 October 1886

Notites. CHEAP PRINTING! W E have imported from 31L'rst Cooke & Co,Flinders Lane, and It. F. 31litchison Queen-street, a complete ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND MACHINERY, Including a very fast going "" ARAB" TREADLE, Which now enables us to execute on short notice ANY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING AND BOOK BINDING. LITHOGRAPHIC WOllK:&c. At strictly leIlbourno Prices We ask the pIople of Traralgon and neighborhood to give us a trial. "THE RECORD". IS NOW Published every TUESDAY ANDi FRIDAY Sd. R?EDUCED TO d. OR PER QUARTER (in advance) ... Ss. (i f booked) .. Gs. (in advance. if posted) Gs ,. (if booked) ... Ts. Orders for delivery left at the office will be attended to. a*LLSON.j lF4ALE Proprietor. C WILKE S , 0, AGRICULTURATI. LAND, ESTATE, GENER1AL CO3131ISSION' A gents, Valuators, dc.,;:' . . TIARALC ON.- " :. Sales effrcted and valuations mal in aI y part of Gippstand. TrusLt anl other Mloneys to lend, on Freehold and l.easehold..ecuritiecs, in large iad small sums, from 6 pe...

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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 October 1886

PASSING NOTES. By .'rra.rrox. Ir we have not a General Boulanger put ting our military affairs in onler, let us be thankful that we have an even more useful man in a certain judge who has substitu ted ordler for chaos in the Victorian Insol vent Court. The trading public of Vic toria owe a deep debt of gratitude to Mr HIickmsan Molewortl. Since hlie has assumed charge of the Insolvent Conrt the law has been administered with such r f finr and unsparing hand tluit people are beginning to realise that "going insolvent" nowadays is not quite the pleasant and profitable game it used to be. Three persons have lately been committed for trial for fradulent insolvency; under the o'd regime it is doubtful-well, perhaps the least said about the old regime the better; de morta;s &c. The Herald repo-* as a remarkable fact for the whole week not a single schedule has been filed, a cnlndition'of things unknown since the esial.lih:mnent of the Insolvent Court. .TJ'Fge Mloleswortlh is educa...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 October 1886

* MELaBOURNE MA1RKETS. LI E. STOCK. REPORT - Wednesday, OQtober 13th. Messrs Peck, Hudson, and Raynor re port:-Fat Cattle -1,280 yarded, being a much smaller market than 'was expected, prices to filly this day fortniht's highest. Wesold 6.3 ull,.cks Mr. Jol. n MacDonald's averagi?u r14 4s ed ; Messrs Carey Bros. nvera6ian £13 1Gs 6d; anrd 41 fbr 3,ssrs Browne, Robertson, and others at quota tions. Fat calves.-About 100 ,yarded, .iiild prices slightly easiei'. Wesold 7 for Mr. M. J, Brown. ;:essrs RI Gilron and Co. report Fat Cattle.-We quote prinme pens of bullocks, £15 to £17; we sotd 100. Fat Sheep.-18,500 penned; bulk middling quality. The demand was brisk for good sorts, at an advance of ad. others firm. We quote prime merino wethers, 15s 0d to 16; do crossbreds, 18s 6d to °2a. We sold 2,000. * Messrs Powers, Rutherford, and Co. report?-Fat Cattle.-tWe sold 70 in cludif.-bO bullocks for Mr. W. E. Power, Pow?erscourt, £12 10s to £13 10s, averag itig'£1314s ;bnillocks for Mr Denis...

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TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13TH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 October 1886

TRAtRJALGO2I SIIRE COLU?YCIL. WED\ESD4Y, OCT. 13r. Present: Ors. Bodycomb (president), Campbell, Firmin, English, Kelleher, Walkere Bourke, Varney, and Peter kin. Minutes of previous" meeting read and confirmed. CORRESPOYNDNCEC From Wm. Ritson, surveyor, Yin nar, stating that the fencing of the road through Wicks' has been com menced, and the Railway Department has promised a crossing, and asking the oouncil to urge the 'Department to proceed with the same. From- the Traralgon Agricultural Society, asking permission to erect new cattle pens and other buildings on the Recreation Reserve. From Constable O'Donoghue, Toon gabbie, resigning the office of Inspector of Nuisances for the Traralgon Shire, and thanking the council for the uni form courtesy shown to him. From Constable Johnstone, MIorwell, accepting the office of Inspector of Nuisances at a salary of £10 per an Hum. From the Secretary for Lands, stat ing that the papers in connection with the proposed alienation of the Hasel w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 October 1886

Wanted. T ANTED. a couple of men accustonmed 'to fncig. AIpply C. STEADMAN, The Garden, Trarmlgon. T?ANTED,two boys to plant potatoes. : apply to D. & J. DRAFFIN, Tramlgon Creek, Or to Mr. Baird, Commission Agent. TJO31)CUTTERS wanted, for 100 W cords kiln wood, -Is per cord. apply JAMES DUNBAII, Traralgon. TANTED a lod ger.cral servant, for private family. Wagesl2s., references required. Apply at once Mil II ENI)EN, Stationer. &c., Traralgon. ýTANTED, general servant. Apply u Mis. P. A GRIOWE. IIotham-street, Traralgon. WATTLE BARK. yý to 60 TONS best WATTLE BARK V J wanted.at Melbourne prccs. Silver ditto bonught at its value. W. BALDFRSON, Traralgon Tannery. I.ost and round. NEW PUluLIC eUILDINGS, Traralgon. L1 REWARD.--Lost fom Toong.abbic. a White BULLOCK. red on neck and cheeks, red spot "Iff flank, G 11 near rump. Apply- A. CONCANNON. Club lotecl Amusements. TRARt.LGON FOOTBALL CLUB. I GRAND) V.IIIETY CONCERT and SIAILIL, in aid of the funds of above club, wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 October 1886

Auctions. MARRIAGE, ORR, AND COY. STOCK AND ESTATE AGENTS, '1 IE carfnl atitention to all IBcinest entrusted t. tthem. Periodical Markets as trelo-. Land at,! C(laring Sales.prol.erlr .,nducte.l. V.LUATIONSmrale. IOA.~ S nee.,iate., and Life a?l Firn: INSURA-NCE effctoel. Acc-rto6 :et : Ms. JACK.?C4 ORPf 3& MI. CHAS. SO.MIER.S. if E- D OFFICE--TRARALGON. 1ie hate erect..l n. w and exrtenive Yarnt at Traralmron. trwolU. Tittralhbie. Narra ctn. ?I riho, with Ad acn=-cumdatiotn for vrattini. AO ? is For. National of New Zcnatnd. Pire In.aance Co Colonial .Mutual Fircand Life In=ur;ane Co. New York Life In-inrnce.Co. Yew Zo.la?d Mcrcantile Agoncey C. TRARP.AL(ON, MONDAY, OCT. IS. jrARRIAGE, OR1: - CO. will sell on the abore date - S heul ron Slrineg r. f.rtrat 5? head lixed C-ule 1 Pihs NARRPACAN, WED. OCT. o0. T{APRIAG(E, OlR & CO. will seli 100 head Mixed Cattle ilrcse, ligs, and sundries NARRACAN, WEDINESDAY, OCT. 20. 100i ACRES RICH SOIL. SARRTAr;E. ORIL & CO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 October 1886

Teyille's Grand Ju Lnction Hotel Ackgowledged to be the Leading Hotel in the district, ', 111": . ,, , I.1· l. .1I 1.. nxlrI rrI( v.", rrrrI(( 7 i ýF >` ~_I~Qi~ ~4~i 4 \VcddIngnnd E5xcursoion 1nrtIe5 provlidd for, -Hot nod Cold lIntliR, BILLIARLDS (olne of Alcock'o best.) : .E2 o'. mrenia Travnl":r. ulorncs and Buggics always at hand. Te'e I' t ,=?;?l attcndd to. 'arties patronizing the abore hotel will receive Civiity, Comfort, and Attention. Charges Moderate. CORNELIUS NEVILLE, Proprietor THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL. ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, DANIEL BYAXN, Proprietor. Fist class accommodation for Visitors, who will find the Commercial Hotel replete with every convenience. Wines and Spirits of the Best Quality. Billiard Table. Good Stabling, Loose Boxes, and Paddock Accommodation. Hores and Buggies for Hire on most reasonable terms. THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARALGON, Ris now established its reputation as the LEADING HOUSE the district, and the Proprietor, while thanking the Public for their pa...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 October 1886

"MODERATF. CUT PROGRESSIVE." (Publish..d ere, Tcalsay &Fidany mnrnina.) FRIDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1896. A LOCAL FIRE BRIGADE. TT may be in the recollection of sonme of our readers, that we have drawn at tention to a very great local want, ri=: a Fire Brigade. The last time we had occasion to make comment on this matter, was when n fire occurred at MTr BALDERSON'S tannery. This fire fortunately was seen while it was in an incipient stage, and by the prompt action of several willing hands it was overcome before any extensive damage was done. As a general rule persons have to buy experience at a rather heavy price, by not taking, in good time, steps to avert a misfortune. In this article we would remind our townsmen again of the destructive mine they are standing over. The hot weather is now fast approaching, and with it the increased danger of fire. The whole of this town is lit with kerosene a substance so well known for its inflammability that there is no need to say anything on t...

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AMONGST THE BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 October 1886

AMON GST THIE BOOK1S. : EdinburghiUniversity hIs decided to establish a degree of Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. Mfs Thcl'rrie -?e Beelier Stowe has announced to her intimate friends her fermanent retirement from theliteramy world. Mr. James Gibson, who till recently was librarian of the Shakespeare Me morial Library, at Stratford on Avon,: died a short time since. He resigned the appointment some-months ago, owingto ill healtli. 3Mr Gibson :was the author of-" The Bibliography of Robert Burns" (published'at Kilmarn dck in 1881), and "Inscriptions on the Tombstones and Monauments Erected in. Memory of the Covenanters" . ie w as also a frequent contributor to the newspapers. - - Dr. Jolhson, a hundred and ten years ago, discussed " the laws of literJ ary copyright in some remarks that are still to the point." Those interest ed in such matters will find the Doctor's ideas displayed- in four quarto pages under the date 7th March, 1774. The interesting document is to be sold in JMe...

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COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. Monday, Oct. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 October 1886

,COJ?MMERGIAL. Ti . ARALGON' MA?I. ETS. Monday, Oct. 18. Messrs A. M'tLean and Co. report : We yarded 600 head of cattle, nearly all of. which we disposed of at very satisfactory fiiires. We yarded a large number of fat bullocks and sold every beast at firm rates. Our sales were-Fat bullocks, £8 7s Gd, £8 15s, £9 15s, to £10 7s Gd, ?r. .nlor, of Walhalla, securing the top pen; pows,. £6 2s Gd, £7 10s,'£r 15i. £8, to £S 15s ;rvealers to £212s stlor bullocks, £5, £5 3s, £6 12a Gd, to £7 Is, the latter lot showing good breeding and in form and condition;. cowa, £3_12s,.£3.15s, to £5 ; milkers -and "springers, LS 10s to- £8; steers, £3 9a to £4 15s, the last lot being in forward condition; heifers, £2 17s Gd to £3 5s; young steers and Iheifers mixed, £1 18s to £2 10s; calves, £1 17s to £1 17s Gd ; store pigs, 15s Gd to £110s.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 October 1886

At the sale ry ' a lirary of a ?ell known' 'collector, the f:amlns ser'mon preached by John Knox at Edinhurgh iu-Aughst, 1565, ',For the whice hI ,'as iIhkibite,p'reachiPg for a se:son, fetihed £415. 'This little book is~ery rare indeed, if sot unique. For writing, an article in a recent number of the "'Contemporalry l' view," criticising the action of the Danuish ,Ooverncuelt, Herr Alelksi .Petersen-Studuitz, has been suspende" from: his post . s iunstructor at thi AMilitury Academy of Copenhagen iierriStudnitz is ai well known man-il Denmark, and editor of the " National Economical Journal."

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COWWAR. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 October 1886

CO l rWWAR. (Frotm our own Correspondent.) Monday. Matters iti geieral .Ire always 'quite here, but last week was an improvement on the cencrnl style, as there was an elec tion and a concert to break the monotony. The election caunsed no excite;nicit what ever, aipd it seemsn as though he(Ilocal rLtetWry rs Ctreat shire';electins with cntemlt. With regard to annexatioin to Tmrralgon, they say " Let Tonnabbie go, and glad to he rid of them.", When Councilldr FognErty was trying for -his rights, the two other Tonneabhi eouncil- lors aliwvs opplosed him'; liut th'd'snund sense of the Denison and R:sedale miem- hers;l.' ays came forward aihd defeated the .TNorgabbi'- monLarchs that is .iwhy (Quwwar is anxious to get rid of 'Toon !'iTh coiicert vhlii wais lheld on DFriday nilht has'caused a 'little talk.-. A eounor ,uly not.:ann?i,, miles :frm Trralg?ion propnsed to give a concert'in. hid of the Mechanics', hy - helping to purchase an iloaifoai thait institution. I was going tn leave a f...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 October 1886

` ESI.EY.tN CIL'CnH. The Rev. B. . lHeath comiaen:o-d a series of evangelistic services iu connexion with the shove church, to he' c.ntrirncl duriug the week, and to which all are c:,r diially invited, and took his te:xt from Isaiah xi--viii "the grass withereth, the flower fitdeth. but the word of the Lord shall stand for ever." The pleacher said The bible is undoubtedly the most won. derful book known. For antiquity, sub lituity, and morality it stands without rival; for variety, it is adapted to the tastes of every nman. The best tht, g :s ( mi:a are confessed but feeble in coltr.rot with this `wondertul book. Parker, iith great American itfidel, hiimself cnitsen. tlhat there never was a book which lha taken such a hold on the natiois of t.,, earth as the bible. With the word ,f i;~l in their hand men have nmet ald orverc,*,= •all the great terrors of reforumation. And iet, this hook-so good .nd fraught with blessing--his been more bitterly opp, i?l not only by the pen but alms i...

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ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY OCTOBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 October 1886

ROSEDALE SiiIRE COU2NCIL. MONxAY Q0roniRlS. ;-. , Present-Cs .-,,Hi'un1. , (1.resident, owa.n, iY ngusi Clin?,nts ')isher, Icng, MbooreSlater, and Skeels. I (V K5 f'ohitarii Esc . - From lr. V. Champion, shire engi neer, tendering his resignation conse quentiup bn havin,_ received tlie; .ap pointment of town surveyor of' Williaunstown;-?Accepted with regret. Fr ni the shire engine r of Traral gon, re buildling a-bridge over Flynn's Creek near Pyke's. crossing. He un derstands that the Rosedale Shire Council is agreeable towards having the work dlone' and its the.site is on the boundary between the two shires, the work would be a joint oiie.-Cost of bridge to be asceirtined. From . the shire secretary to the nhanagers of the Rosedale -Town Coii uijon, stating that the herdsinai':ad ivises tihe purchase of a bull for .the common.-Bull to be purchased.ti From the hetalth otfieer reporting that the epidemiic of diplhtheria which appeared at Cowwar was' prevented froin spreadinig.-- Rele...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 October 1886

Wotioes. CHEAP PRINTING! WE have imported from Messrs Cooke c Co,Flinders Lane, and R. F. Alitchison Queen-street, a complete ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND MACHINERY, Including a very fast going c"ARAB" TREADLE, Which now enables us to execute on short notice ANY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING AND BOOK BINDING. LITHOGRAPHIC WORK:&c. At strictly mXolbourne Prices We ask the people of Trarnlgon and neighborhood to give us a trial. "THE RECORD" IS NOW Published every TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Sd. REDUCED TO : d. on PER" QUARTER (in advance) .;5 'is. .. n (if booked) .. Gs. ,, (in advance. if posted) Gs , (if booked)... ... 7s. Orders for delivery left at the oflice will be a: ttended to. ' . tNELSONV I Proprie' or,. C .. ILKES .& C 0, AGRICULTURAL, LAND, ESTATE, £ GENERAL COMMISSION S Agents, Valuators, &c., TRARALG ON. Sales effeted nad valuations male in any part of'Gippsland. Truat and other Moneys to lend, on Fnehold and Leasehold Securities, in large and small sums, from 6 per c...

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PASSING—NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 October 1886

-- -PASSIsr-?G-OTES.- -- (BY., Stranrtrox.) That the-Victorian system-of admlinis tering public affairs is not only far from perfeciais, bit full of ridiculous anoma lies a.li'weak' places, any student of the, science of government readily perceives. , In view of some peculiarities of our system, it is not surprising that public , confidence in it sometimes gets down to zero. Of late years the readiest and quickest means of running up the mental mercury are to be filund in observations of our neighbours'north of the Murray and west of the 141st meredian of longi tude-or wherever that disputed line is. We have only to note for a moment how ublic affairs are managed in New South ales, and if we do not at once develope a more or less Pharisean feeling of thank fulness that we are not as other men it is surely due to the fact that we liippen to be in a most superla tively humble frame of mind at the time. Much the same feeling is obtainable after making a slight acquaintance twith the s...

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TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 October 1886

TOONGABBIJE. The election to fill the vacancy c utsed by the resignation of Cr. O'Meara, for this riding in;the Shire of Rosedale resulted as I predicted, in ir Lang being returned, and strango to say, I hear he beat his opponent (Mr'Veitch) by the same ma jority viz.-twentv-6i.e votes, as Cr. Slater beat tle .s;are gentleman by for his seat, a little over 12 mon:hsago.; And if .Mr Lang displays as nin'cli ability as a councillor as he has done, as a business man, he will prove himself a good repre sentative. There is every probability of a new El Dorado near this towa, alluvial gold hav ing been found within three miles, and a few of our enterprising miningspeculators have meni at work prospxeting a reef which I believe is in close proximity to the alluvial found. I hope both reef and 'alluvial rill turn ohit a success as it will make businUess brisk and greatly enhance the value of property. ' There is nothing to warrant a rush at present. The timber merchants here are sending awa...

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