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VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS IN THE PACIFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 October 1886

OLCAX-IC ERUPTIO.,S IN TIHE PACIFIC. By the '`riagw]t?l,-w has :arrived at Auckland from Fiji, particulars are to hand of an eruption at Ninnfou, all island in the Tongs group. There ap pears to have been no lossoflife_ The news of the eruption was brought to Fiji by the French warship Decres, whose eommander made no attempt to ascertain the fate of the inhabitants. The Tongan Government chartered the steamer Suva to proceed to the island, and her arrival was hailed with great satisfaction by the inhabitanits, who wished to leave at once. The eruption commenced on one side of a lake which is formed in the centre of the island. On August 12 a most severe earthquake was felt, and a large fissure was. made in sonie of the rocks. On' August 30 a great number of shocks were felt un til half-past 1 on the 31st, when the eruption commenced with a tremendous report. The terrified natives inmuedi ately left their respective villages and fled to the mountain. The volcano .continued in active ...

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

ROSEDALE LAND AOARD. SCHEEDULE of applications iat idered by a Local Land Blard held in the M1echanties Institute. ROSE DALE, on Mlon day, the 18th day of Ocnober, 180G. SEC'TIu-N 32. PARIsa or CALLr.roC. I. Maurice Woolfe, allotment A, 320n PARItsH OF JEERALING. 2. Mary E. Woolfe. allotment S, S70a 1 3. John Nuttall. allotment D, 100a PARISHI OF YINNAR. 4" George llanham. allotment A, 58a PARISnH OF HOLEY PLAINS. S. . W T'nrpin; allotment o0, l0U?l1, PARISH OF WILLUNO. C. Chas. O'Coltor, allotment 6t, SSOa 7. Blernard Hughes, allotment 81, 250a PAltlH OF JUIIBUK. 8. Mary J. Little, allotment 19, 750a .PAlRISH OF TANJIL. 9. George Hoy, allotment G1, 360a 10. .orthact Kntighit, allotinent 62, 730a 11. Henry'ltobilson, allotment 61, 540a 12. Ja?lph Clegg, al otment 70, 450a 13. James 31. 3 urphy, allotment I1, 70a PARlus OF.TANJIL F,?Tr. 14. Hlenry O 'Kcfe; allofmcnt 56. SlOa 15. Martin O'Keefe. allotment G2, SoIa 1G. Elsie A. Crutechield,al otment 70.8530 17. A. E. Crntchlicld. a.lot...

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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, Oct.16. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 October 1886

OIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. S; Sal Saturday, Oct. 16.; Messrs Little and Borthwick, report:- Fat Calves.-Brisk. We o ol'd-cows, £5, £5 as, £5 10s, 5 15s, £6, £6 10, £6 17s 6d, £7 5s,; ZP £ 8 '10s, £9, naccording to size and qality ; bullocks, £8 to £9 o2s 6d; heifers, £4 17s Od to 6G l10; vealers, £2 to .2 5s. Store Cattle.-The. fine runs we have had has caused operations to be spirited, and the enquiry for all ,descriptions of stores is very strong. At Calllgnue on Wednesday we held a clearing-out sale for Mr. J. Draffin; this. fwas one of ths most successful sales'hcld held in the district, everything sellirg at extreme rates. 40 milch coww, £5 2s Cd to" .10 17s Gd, averaging about £7 ; heifers £3 7s Gd to L5 2s Gd ; yearling steers, L2 is'; do, steers, L2 4s ; 2 yrs heifers, L4 17s; 3 yrs steers, L5 to L54s ; horses, 1.15 to L30 ; aid all the farm plant, etc., :at most satisfactory prices. At Malfra on Friday not -many forward, mostly inferior_. We. sold-small and inferior bullocks,...

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CORRESPONDENCE. NEVER COMPLAIN. To the Editor of the Traralgan Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 October 1886

CORRESPOD DE?AC.:. a Li .!NEVER CO1IPLAIN. To tl Elitor of the Troraraga Reo.r . Sk,-Thlde above advice is genermll given, but there are ciecumstancm., uhir. which I hold theim exe.Loble, for instance'. I had the offer' of a block of hInd for I,;?130 and refused as I thought the pricev hi, twelve moiths passed and it was :iw divided and sold for; 1:300O, yet I nm., not complain. Harder still, a firm of nrw butchers start business and sell really first-class.meat, and so mn?,polize I"hl whole of'the trade, but the tlher butcihe?s' inlst.lla t complain, oh no, they mu:.o 'ulY' laugh :tt the joke. Still harder. my friend P. M"I11 (who ought to have kntsI" better) hai boright a newwashintg tm.,chi?: and wringer-attached, anl is driting high trade, well, it pays i. M.---1. but ,I is death to the washerwo?mn, Ibut s?o nlust: not complain. I could tlenti?in hundreds of such inconsistentcies, but wsi conclude with'a very hard case: a man' i sjul,rosed to be vallkin- by the new p.?t oftice a...

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THE CHURCHES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 October 1886

: T.H?'\HE CIHURCIHES. PRESBITERIAn CnURCH. The Res. J. G. Wilson preached on Sun. day nmorning to a large and aplllreciative audience from the 8th clapter of Acts, ith verse, "and there was great joy in that city," the aubjoet being" PIillip and the Samaritans." The persecution tlatatten. ded the discip:as of Christ after the d(eth of Stephen caused them to be seatterel through the country, and " they went everywheir preaehing the gospeL" Phillig iwent down into Samraria and preachrc "and great blessing attended his ministry We gather fron other parts of the ihil le .that these people were the slavrs If If great deal of darkness and superstitit, " The Jews had no dealings with the Sa maritans." And:now men suffering frot all manner of uncleanness were healed by Phillip. We find the sane superstitioj amongst men to-day-ignorance of s.lf, God's word, and Christ-and one (of the worst features is their Ilwillinguess to believe their own ignorance, Any codea. ver to show thenr their dep...

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SAM SILCHESTER. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY,* [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 October 1886

.,. LC'I. " -- - A S IrTIA.1LLLN STORY,* .-t-ER " -B(CO N INUED.) 1ý "B'rter did look, and then she Sa.u al,. who darted for the ithe 15r was blocked by " re:.. and Ramrod had " ý "..... he " :to:. N ot liaving Ste the howl on tie tablet, Sit en the floor-and then s The cirshl of broken " nothinogo to the yell of .t-. fl orir Pii- in her little .end ? ~ the nearest thing to ha e ,a; o allon teapot, she he o ýald he:idl hint. When tdodle u p to the door aai.in it easy enIouh to get out. : i.?h of broken china put life . e. of the other young meln, i eon the Yorkshireman's };1",,;:L 3 they madet themselves ad olted thro ugh the door at . -at', but could only keep : ihe teaJot which was flying *it- hby a -er- few inchies. But " p ahead of it and that was .-,amnt ',i Mrs Blurter knew, ,:rte. tl It it was no use to follow -er, so she contented herself S. ants -at the door, :nd calling the lon' long-legg_'ed ugly tat he' r .-xtesn?ive (in that vocabulary would Sresult of Mrs Ilurters sugg...

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

Auctions. 4!AR.RIAGE, ORRI AND COY. - WfTOCK AND FST.TVE 4$GENTS, G IVE careful attentin to .1i 1lniitn.' eitrutnti to th,-m. Pertihli-l Market St.eliow. i.nwi and (Ciearintg Sales pn?r rlyi n?~ineted. VALU.ATIONSm:ule. I.OAS netrttiate4. amnf Life and Fire S1S7114C?CR Fffcelo: AtIOrEr-t. : 31R. JACKSON OR., , Mi. CIIA5. SO33MMERS, II E.4D OPFICE-TTRAlALGON. We have erected n" w anl extensive VYard pt Traralin, trrtell. Tnmtathi,n. Narrn :-an. .-rioto, with gienl accdptntldmttio fr Praftiq4i. AGESIS FOl iNationallof NewZealand. Fire nsttintae Cs, Isdlontal Mutual Firen?t Life InsuranceCo. New Y.rk Life Insurance.Co. Mew .Zealatl Mercatltile Algency Co. NARR4.C.IA , WED. OCT. 20. A.\RRlttI E. Otltl. & ti0t. nill sell It,) head Mixed Clattle horses, ig?s, ~ud sutltdri NAR.IL4ON, W I)?nYESDAVY OCTF. 20. oo00 ACJES ITCII SOTL. ..IItRIA;B. ORil. J Co. ar. faredt 1 with in?ltrlctilns frm Williamn IttRyan Sto,.:ell 1s their ,illts y .v ale a .hbone lt0 Ac.t-ins of his .?let?tion. a...

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

viure's Grand Junction Hotel ecknowledged to be the Meading Hotel in the distrWet, I,ý111ý: Iý f. ýýl, I l lI .ff I·I f If lff ffrl vff" n11f1 f ý. Iff ffl ll(f ýIfl i f l... 1' ft I;I If f fll Nft 111 11 li 1lttll p I L~i--,-- g--L. Wedding and .xcurslon Partice provided for. HIot and Cold Baths. lILLIAnds (one of Alcock's best.) o cm for CommCerial Travellers. morses anti Bugies always at hand. Te'e Slre ply attended to. Parties patronising the above hotel will receive Civiity, Comfort, and Attention. Charges Moderate. CORNELIUS NEVILLE, Proprietor THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, DANiIEI RYAN, Proprietor. lrstdclass 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. Hones and Buggies for Hire on most reasonable terms. THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARALGON, Es now established its reputation as the LEADING HOUSE tie district, an...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY. OCTOBER 19. 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 October 1886

i"MOnDERATr, ur PrOGRESSIVE?, f* (Publish.,d everr Tuesday & Friday nmoning.) TUESDAY. OCTOBER 19, IS191. MR. ROGERS, Q.C. L, these days, when such great facili ties present thenmselves for intellectual development, and when at the same tine there appears to be a great ten dency on the part of parents to give their childreni a.good educatioii ii order that they may ay be able to earn a liveli hood in a sphere which they` coisider more honorable than that of the laborer or artis?n, it is highly gratifying to hear the opiii in of so well known a gentleman as MIr. Ro??Rs, Q.C., on the question whether manual labor is compatible with intellectual develop ment. In the course of a lecture at the Wilson Hadl of th1? University, Mr. Ro.lus dealt with the question on Friday. lie started with the p opo sition that manual labor is cnml atible with intel'ectual development, and a.ter dealing with the mercantile man, whose s-le 'e. ire is to have his soil taulght sometlh'ng of commnercia...

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TRARALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 October 1886

TRARALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The above society held their usual fortnightly meeting yesterday at Mit chell's hotel when there were present Messrs D. Campbell (president), Young, Sykes, Firmin, Cochrane Var ney, Sligh, Walker, Bodycomb, Jas.   Camphell, C.E. Widdis, Chapman, Drane, Miller, J. Mitchell, J. H Reed, and Thomas Pratt.       COra.ESPONDECE. Fronm the'Hon.' T\i: Pearson, en closint-ý 'cheque foi £10, towards the funds of the-show.--Receised with thnuiks. r .From M'Grath Son and Co., offering a prize in the shape of -a cup -valued 3- 3s.-Received widr thanks. - GE.ERAL 15s1\ESS. '"After grmtt discussion:. the motion proposed. by Mr. aJ...mpbell, and seconded by M1r.M .?IMaho was carried, That thltweords added to Class C in the prize list,as follows he ommitted . "All. free from blemish." --M3?-ed b, Mr Body-coti, andsecon ded by'Mi- Firoin, that the HonI. W. Pe?arsot's prize be divided; between draught sto ck and cattle...

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 October 1886

RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. PAYMENTS. Trarnlgon-C. Murray, J. Montgom ory, J. Gilsenan, S. Hambrook, J. Berming ham, H. Harkins, VW. Duncan. J. Pollock, J. A. Muirhead. Morwell-L. Scarlett, J. Fitzpatrick, J. Caldwell, F. Nicholls, C. P. Niud, E. J. Box, W. Richards. Rnsedale-W. IL Spencer, T. Feely, R. Goodwin. LEASES. J. Beale, J. Shaw, P. Hunter, H. J.Sheil, H. Kjegnard, W. Allen, A. Don, junr., J. Dwyer, J. (eale, W. Hardy, IL Kiergaad, Walter M.rstin, L Marstin, W. Moore, A. F. M'Donald, J. Pryde. I. Riggall, E L. Simmons, J. Shiells, P. Whelan, G. Whalley, senr. H. Whittles, E. 3L Miller, H. L. Pettarel, A. Fraser. GRANTS. W. Gouhl,F. Handlev,A. Nadenuousehe, Thomas Needham. . Srlett, W. Scarlett, R. 3I. Derham, Eliza Pentridge, S. New man, J. Rowley, J. H. Dunbar.

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 October 1886

* CORRESPOIDENCE. -4-- - SIR,-I regret to find that some of our Shire Councillors are endeavouring to obtain cheap advertiseiments,as per motion re tenders at the expense of those who have invested their capital and taken up their residence amongst us for the purpose of advocating our wants and pushing forward our interests. We have news papers at Traralgon and Morwell which are conducted by persons who contribute to our various local institutions,.our churches, bazaars, race clubs, &c., and spending their earnings amongst the rate payers.fighting continually on their behalf; therefore I consider that it is unfair that we should endeavour to crush them by poor pay, and encouraging outsiders I am, &c., S RATEPAYER. Traralgon, s Oct 20th, 18SG.

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FARM PRODUCE REPORT. Wednesday, Oct. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 October 1886

'11? ?PRObUcE REPORT. Wedaesdaiy, Oct. 20. -- ! c. report: to jd per ]h.: ?--. : . :" i'-. Sze. to 7'id "" -: - 1;. r hI. Fr-?sh P t S !r: larnmp to !d to '.: i n nferb..t. r lb: pnr doz.r " "a" .t ': - l p" r l : .n li.. ra : .n ck. - fo., to Ir: rnits a-nd CIrew , :i : .i"- t s idpe rb4to dh el S~ . .:.I per bbe : , r plr bn;he ; ' Ib?i. Pao? o s 4 . r:rye ras. s to ¢, - tr., £24 to £7 per tn : - Ptofn: pes lucerne. p" Cu O and t). £5 to • tb:ho .nw. Gdr tonpr t-' r Ib: to?mco lef. : l ,- £1 ISi to £? e , r ton; cJrrt. ' "1 : hitca heart-, to 4S ti ". i ?tprlb: kipi? to 31 ? ýd u -3 : lr : F :b s h P e t d, 4.to : " , ? +.. d ro d perlh : n.e. parlb: .pels, 2.1 to4.: l. pl:3 wall?i?Oej sto e-nt.: aatn , ato los . ' i're? Isref to £ s per - eI er It ,ter doe; : iI: - -p ter tor ; llo , e " .' rs:lesand Co. report: ' ?rn: -_. to-dAy and reporl as - Pt.#ime well matured ras nud up to 9ld per lb. e ?twason's mtoke was .t the demsnn wns fro nt7 to St I er b. Infior o. pon ert - Ln:.l p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 October 1886

G R1C C KETERS'- 110 lEL. MORWELL, R. O'FLARERTY Desires his friends and the public. to know that he has purchased the above Hotel, which has ecently ben' cinlarged and reno vated, and.which is situated inmmndiately OPPOSITE TIIE RAILWAY STATION. WINES ASD SPIRITS Of the best obtainable brands' caly are kept on the premises, and Special arrange : ments have been made for the * convenience of visitorsand S permanent boarders. - S--Nato the address - *' /CRICKETERS' HOTEL, e : - IWEL. Notices. CHEAP PRINTING! W E have imported from Messrs Cooke &S Co,Flinders Lane, and R. F. 3litchison Queen-street, a complete ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND MACHINERY,. Including a very fast going "ARAB" TREADLE, Which now enables us to exccute on short notice ANY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING AND BDOOK BINDING. LITHOGRAPHIC WORTK &c. At strictly .Melbourne Prices We ask the people of Traralgon and neightlborhood to give us a trial. "THE RECORD" IS NOW Published every TUESDAY AND FIRIDAY M d. REDUCED ...

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PRESENTATION TO MR F. C. MASON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 October 1886

t PRESEX TATIOX TO MR F?. . e.JIASOX. On WVednesd. y eveningabout thirty: r gentlemen assembled at a banquet in t the Mafsonic Hall, Traralgon, at which an small sumn of money, which has been raised throughout the South Gippsland electorate, waes to be presented to Mr Mason. The chair was occupied by Mr Peterkin, the president of the local testimtlnial conmiittee,i the, vie-clhair was ocEupiId by Mr Neville, the -v ice president of the committee. The ? taes presented an extremely. pretty Sappearance, and after a very satis Sfactory test of the good things, by which they were loaded, it was agreed s that Mr. Kaye, the caterer, had not a by any means been remiss in his duty. SOn thet president's right hand was seated the guest of the evening and on his left, the Hen J.H. Graves. Before speecliifying began, the chainnan read I apologies from Messrs Gray, Burrowes, M['Kenzie, Lear;' Witton and ' several other gentlemen, after which the usual loyal toasts were honored. Mr H. C. Jones the...

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COMMERCIAL. NARRACAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 October 1886

CO.VM ERCIAL .ýtPACN 1MARKETS. rrandCo. report :--On Wed S rst, we held usual monthly ash. rdNarracafln; fair slp . r ~-arI3; attendance good. 1. "i: a. L6 (small); springers, L . ; ? jrvr ows, L3 I25 6d, I?] L '-4- L3 16N: L3 I ;& ': L i; mnixed steers and ' T L s. Mr. Wm Ryan dve i , d advertised for sale -""-e:case. \ext sales-3forwell, S- s M:r.L sale. Weduesday ; Y :_-.r,-Tda;" horse sale Tra i T f ilgar, Saturday,

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, October 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 October 1886

,pj'R E MARKETS. LIVE STOCK REPORT. We1nes~V, October 0th. • a p.'? Hud?son. and RarNor re _-la ::~~--192 yarded, large t' ,-a i sad heaet, t0O from ___ r 110 14S. Prices fell 1-,, a, 1.3 14s ; 11 M31r. Wm. u p L9 tis Fat calvres, -.c- sLhw b a slight im az and Co. report :-Fat -- . " a t..-e proportion prime; a. enumier Vf rood in, prices Prime, L14 lOs to .. -l to LI3; prime cos, 1.9L yes - good, a 10s to £9. e ,.J Mc' ',,r Mr. P. G. King, w~i w az :tip p-:n same ais last - : for i ferior, which were L T a.aJ-- , demand brisk, and :ls We sold 1500 sheep, .-:.,c ? ad . s Gi-sn ard Co. report: *. t -t_--t 100yarsd from Victoria, S"?a?-"un .f Q 2° n Queenslauders, .LUO.o:l was tosd, hiddings "-.. A; o·en:inz sales prices -r ower, and -:s ;her pro "- "? '.e- s -l u,:n l towards the c sss-ter ei s.,mewhat, being ! . :-.k--ks from Herbert r'! IA '1.i: highest average Sr` Q ,teslanders this year. S - 4.? - 5. ra y e ,s-, prime shorn .di .o ewes 9s. We PP-aeos R .e. and C~. (Late s:± odw,...

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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 October 1886

PASSING NOTES. - (Bt Swxurro e.) In a town nit a thousand miles away there are (or were) some gay young spirits whose delight it is (or was) to overturn the street bridges, remove sign.boards, destroy gardens, carry away gates, and a iost of at ceteras.. Not many decades have elapsed since a respected minister of religion was a sufferer by the attention of these midnight prowlers. The mischief makers are no respecters of persons, and they scrnpled not to remove tie reverend gentleman's gate and give freedom to his flocks and herds. Most people have long since forgotten the event, but it would appear that the enormity of the offence caused it to stand out in bold relief in the juvenile recollection. The minister alluded to is one of those who take advintage of the very beneficent provisions of our r.uclh-landed Education Act, and lihe con ducts a class for religious instruction at the local State school. Last week the reverend gentleman read a verse from the Book of Judges, as follow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 October 1886

Wanted . WATTLE BARK. to CO TONS beIt 'rATTLE BARK 50 wanted at 3Melburne ptrces. Silver dittubought at its value. W. BALDFRSON, Traralgon Tannery SAX-TED,a b .oy to plant potate?s; also 9 man. Apply D. x J. DRAFFIN, Trarlgon. Lost and Found. F OUED in my yapm,- one ,white SOW. S Owner can have same by paying all expenses. JO?EPt HIOLT. October 20th. ISS?. Fairy Lawn. Xmpoundings. IIMPOUNDED at 1ItAR.ALGON, by Mr T. Cobidlick 1 bhy mare. four white feet. white face, like .Ti conjoine I near shoulder If not claimed ad exp, nses paid will be sold -November 13th, 18Sq. JAS. DUNBAR, Poundkeeper. Amusements. TRARALGON FOOTBALL CLUB. A GRAND VARIETY CONCERT and BALL.in aid of the funds of above club, willbe held in the Mechanics' Hall on Show Night, 18th November, When, to s upplement a sterling musical en tertainment, the Traralgon Amateur Dra matic Association, who enjoy an enviable reputation as oepanents of farcical comedy, will give their final performance before leaving for Eurolpe....

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THE GREAT FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 October 1886

THE GREAT FESTITAL Australians in general, and Vic. torians in particular, are charged by their visitors with being a pleasure loving and enjoyment-seeking race, and while admitting there are grounds for the accusation, we do not deem the indictment a terrible one, or think there is any fault in making the best of life and gathering flowers while we may. Favored by nature with bright skies, a temperate climate, and fertile soil in which the fruits of the north and the flowers of the south flourish luxuriantly, it can hardly be a subject for suprise that the manly youth of Australia, as well as its charming daughters, keep ~health by finding recreation in every out-door amuse nent. Of all forms of open-air enjoyment there is one which now affords a topic of conversation throughout the colonies, from which the cane brakes of torrid Carpentaria to the snowy peaks of New Zealand. Where the pearling fleets anchor in the quiet sounds of Western Australia, on the gold-fields of Kimberly, o...

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