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

Auctians. MARRIAGE, ORR, AND COY. STOCK AND ESTATE AGENTS, G IE c ar-fnlattention to all Is;-inu-se entru=ted t.. them. Perilical .MIarkets a' below. Land and Clraring .'ales properly onldaeted. VAL.CATIONS\:vIe. I..?A'1 n.-_,*tiarel. and Life and Fire IN.LURANCE efecteL AcTION.EEIS : 3i. JACKSON OI:R. S3IMe. CI-AS. SOMM1EIS. II EAD OFFICE--ThRARAGON. We hare erectld n an l esxt-nlive VYann at Traralgon. \Ir,rweL Tio,nsa ,ie N-rra can. 31 rieos, with gar] acomuatio,n fur Drafting. AG F.'I S FOR .tional of ewZealand. Fire Insurance Co Col.nial 1utual Fireand Life Insurance Co. New York Life Insurance. Co. New Zealand Miercntile Agency Co. 3MORWELL, MONDAY, OCT. .2TIL 1.TA.RRIAGE, 01:R t CO. will sell 10 Fat Cowr and Pnlll?cks 8 Milkers an:, Spriners tO0 Heifers. 2 Irs .ld 1U0 Ste-ers 2 t.. 3 ors old 20 Store Cows Horses, Pigs and asun ries Alan. 100 Crnolred Ewes with Iambs Al-.0, Wa gonnette in ge!i inler 31ORWELL, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27TH. ARRTAGE. ORP ~& CO. will -e.I (after 1...

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

Neville's Grand Junction Hotel Acknowledged to be the leading Hotel in the district, ý,ý111"ý ý "" ý "ý"1i1ltl 11 i .1 1I IIIN xll(llVl vlll MIN IýIl il' ý.11111 11. 1.11111 v Il.. 111 1111111.Ill~(II I~II tlll.I( ·IL -j WVedding and Excunrson Parties provided for. Hot and Cold anthis. BILLIARDS (one of Alcock's best.) -,p'e Fem f"or Commereial Travellers. Horses and llggries alwars at hand. Tc'e p rQmptlY nttended to. Parties patronising the above hotel will receive Civility, Comfort, and Attention. Charges Moderate. CORNELIUS NEVILLE, Proprietor TIE COMMERCIAL HOTEL, ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, DA'IEL RYAN, Proprietor. First class accommodation for Visitors, who will find the Commercial Hotel replete with every convenience. Wines and Spirits of the Best Quality. Billiard Table. Good Stabline, Loose Boxe., and Paddock Accommodation. Hones and Burgies for Hire on most reasonable terms. THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARALGON, HSe now established its reputation as the LEADING HOUSE the district, and...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1886. IRRIGATION VERSUS TRAMWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 October 1886

$11 1,ill'; il01on ,je 01( "IIOI)ERAr'Ir, UT I;Or PROn ssivr..'. (Publish,?d evecr Tuertlay & Fri-lay morning.) FRII)AY. OCTOI.EIR 22. IliS,. IJRRICA.TIOX- IERSUS TRAIf WA1S'. EvER Since the Irrigation Bill was first spoken of, we have advocated that iloney should be spent on the s.uue principle though in dilferent work, for the South Gippeland district. 'e \ have pointed out that it is proposed to spend say £4,000,000 on an irrigt-" tion scheme for one part of the colony, whose aridity has, Iterhaps, rendered some such step nec?-tsarv. Trrigation systems have been attended with the utmost success ill many parts of AAmieric , and would probab y also be successful in Australia. It is a work of national importance, and should the work lie carried out on the mrost appro'ved principles, it should be a national benefit-- ht a particular henefit to a:n sectioii 6f the coloiny. The settlers in the dry. parts of the colony, no douibt; require some 'sudc scheme as proposed, linbut at...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 October 1886

DRAFFIN-DOWNIE.-On the 14th inst., at     the residence of the bride's parents, John Draffin, son of David Draffin of Burrum- beet, to Kate, second daughter of John Downie, Traralgon Creek South.

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FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

FATAL IRAILWAY ACCIDKT. --q- A shocking railway accident occur rd on Friday on the St. Kilda line, by which a young man named George Douglas, aged 22 years, who was employed as blacksmith at Langl:nd's Foundry, on the south side of the Yarra, lost his life. Douglas was a single man, and lived with Mrs Buck nall, a married sister, who resides in Thistlethwaite-street, South Mel bourne. He left] the foundry in com pany with some other men to go to the house of his sister for breakfast. This necessitated his crossing the line, but instead of doing this at the ordin ary crossing place at Sandridge-road, he got over the fence and ran along the line for some distance with his head down, and holding his hat on his head as the wind was blowing very strongly. A little beyond there is a sharp curve, and he was therefore unable to see the- train coming, and most probably the high wind pre vented him also from hearing its approach. Driver Kelly, who was in charge of the engine attached to the 8...

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THE EMPEROR OF GERMANY. London, 22nd October. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

THE EMPEROR OF GERMANY. London, 22nd October. Several of the French journals re port that the health of the Emperor William of Germany is in a pre carious condition. The German press contradicts the statement.

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SAM SILCHESTER. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY, CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

.€.[ SILCtESTE,. Ag A'smTRALTN STORY,* PY SOR'CANT WAKEFIELD. CII.PTER XI 1idrlesel often visited ': by vway of business during ' ?,. two I~es of M.iss Msurdoch's te there. But in oamrreof time tepointed to the command of Spele r,"r a fine batrque which .e -j etweesn all the countries of the cori. The last trip he made in the .Vnu" he told his friends that it sJld be a year at least before hlie saw wee and perhaps more than Sand he ;ave Rosa an invitation Iozue for a little sail across to fel .. whither he was going to give ra his vessel to the charge of his -rj mate who had deservedly received the, pnotion. There were some half d p.,engrs who were going for ? ?~to Melbourne, and were friends .se piai:. and the Mfurdochs, and mn prcsed to accompany them for tsY ;ie of dear old Mrs Smiler, Rosa ,kd fpr.nission of her sister to o? do them. Permission was of ocJseiven thongh somewhat reluc tr, and that afternoon, the white S.iof the Venus were spread to the *t and s h headed to Melbour...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE COWWAR MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

CORRESPOA'DEXCE. THE COWWAR MECHANICS' IN STITUTE To t Edtor of t. Tralge keortd. Sir,-As your correspondent's letter of last Monday about the concert and social held in the Mechanics' Institute at Cow warr, will probably mislead a good many persons, and in justice to the young lady in ueshtion, will you be kind enough to publish a few of the facts of the rase. The aid young ladey engaged the hail for the night and paid the usual foe 11 5s. She also handed to me afterwards the sumo of £3 towards the piano fund. She inmi ted her pupils and their parents and soni? friends who assisted at the concert, to a social afterwards, the parents of the pupils provided the refreshments free of cost- I saw a lot in there who didn't get invita tion cards, and I don't think any one who was respectable was refused .admittanoc I was there myself till near 12 o'clock and I saw no larrikinsa there. Your cnrrepo dent's sarcasm on the Mechanics' commit tee is very unjust, seeing they had nothing to do wi...

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COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, Oct. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

'COMMERCIAL. . GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Sa.turday, Oct. 23. Messrs Little and Borthwick report: Fat Cattle.-Prices easier, showing a decline of about 10s. this week. At Traralgon, Maffra, and Sale, we sold cows, inferior to good, L5 10s, L5 17 6d, L6, L6 10s, L6 15s, L7, L7 12s 6d; bullocks, L7, L7 10s, L7 17s, L8, LS 10s, L8 12s 6d, L9. L9 12s 6d; heifers, £5 to £6 15s ; vealers, £1 16s to £2 us. Store Cattle.-Market very brisk for all sorts andextremo: rates ruling. We sold privately 100 bullocks, L6 17s 6d. At Traralgon, our yards fully supplied and all sold. 70 small bullocks, £5 8s, other lots £5 to £6 3s; cows, £3 lls :o £4 8s; 3-years heifers, £4 to £1 1s ; half-fat cows, ?4 16s; 18-months sters and heifers, £2 3s to £3; 2-year steers, L2 12s to L3 8s;calves L1 5s to Li I6 ; springers, 14 7s to L5 16s. At Maffra, on Friday, our yards crowded, and every hoof cleared at a considerable advance on late, rates. We sold Dargo bullocks, LG 7s; cows, L4 9s; these two lots very ...

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COMPLAINT BY GENERAL KAULBERS. St. Petersburg, 22nd October, [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

COMPLAINT BY GENERAL KAULBARS. St. Petersburg, 22nd October, It is announced that General Kaulbars has forwarded a note to the Russian Government, complaiining in stern terms of the coercion and nal treatment exercised on those Bul garians who exhibited Russophile ten dencies during the late Bulgarian election.

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AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE POWERS. London, 21st October. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE POWERS. London, 21st October. The communications which have recently been passing between the great European powers have resulted in a general agreement being come to to allow Russia to assume the leader ship in the settlement of the Bulgarian difficulty on the understanding that this will be carried out in strict col formnnity with the treaty of Berlin.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

PRESlaTXRTAa CHUacH. On Sunday evening the Rev. J. 0G il-' son took his text from Acts 8th, from the 26th v., " Phillip and the Eunuch." The circumstances surrounding the text show the value of obedience to God's will and of individual effort. God uses His people to do His work. He called Abraham to be father of a great nation, Moses to bring His people out of bondage into the land of promise, and where differences amongst nations have been caused, God has raised up sorne one to restore them to light. You may say these were men of mark and worth; granted. Still you see God's hand in the matter; we have also other examples to cheer those lower down in the world's estimation-the captive girl teach ing Namaan the leper of her God ; the Son of Man at Jacob's well speaks to the woman of Samaria in such a way as to bring light-not only to her-but to many of her people. A Christian worker as m - times feels discouraged ; no fruit seems to be forthcoming for his labor. Discourage ment is ou...

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AN INCIDENT OF THE STORM. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

AN INCIDENT OF THE STORM. 7U the Editor of the Reo-d. Sir-During the progress of the tornado which passed over Hyde Park on Satuiday last, an incident occurred which might have led to disastrous conseql:enc a foe Traralgon but for the fact that Providencr ordained it otherwise. The particulars of the incident are as follows:-During the intensity of the storm one of our me . prominent lady speculators took shelter under cover of Mr. Hickox's brick sheds, and whilst there the fury of the storm reached its climax, when a powerful gust f f wind suudenly encircled the gentle E.dj and was about whirling her off ton a et e Land, where wash-tubs and mangles are dispensed with, when providentially she caught in the roof At this stage she spoke to her better half and said, "Charlie dear, I am about to ascend to heaven and join the angels; dispose of my earthly property in three (3) equal parts; take one half for yourself, give one half to our boy, and the third half to the Salvation Army. Jus...

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ST. JAMES' CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

ST. JAMES' CHURCH. On Sunday morning the Rev. J. R. Walker preached from Zephaniah m-17, "He will rest in His love, He will joy over thee in singing." The preacher re ferred to the different opinions extant regarding the meaning of the word "rest" in the text. According to some commen tators, rest means silent, but a preferable view is the one which has its parallel, when God took lest upon the Sabbath day. Taking the latter view of rest, we see the irrevocableness of God's law. God rests in his work. Let us study the mountain, the ocean, the strata of the earth, and we find that God has rested in them all. If we establish ourselves in Christ, nothing can shake us; but let us not forget that God, in redeeming us, sacrificed lis only son. In the evening the same gentleman preached front Romans 8 chap. 28 verse, "And we know that all things work together for good, to them that love God, to them who are called according to his purpose." The preacher dwelt first on the characteristics o...

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THE FEELING IN BULGARIA. Sofia, 22nd October. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

THE FEELING IN BULGARIA. Sofia, 22nd October. The combined pressure of Russia and Turkey, and the inaction of other European powers, have had the effect of depressing the Bulgarian people, who now meditate yielding to the demands of Russia.

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THE STORM. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

THE STdORM. The storm which has raged for several days past in this district. was at its highest on Saturday afternoon, when it centred to a whirl-wind of great violence which came over Loch Park Extension, close to \Mr Willis's house, and across the railway line. At this point it was noticed by Mr Hickox who immediately took the precaution of getting his family outside his house and closed the doors. Fortunately, however, it did not strike his dw'elling but made great havoc with one of his kilns, stripping the corrugated ircni off and hurling it to a great distance, some of it being found close to the creek, as were also a lot of palings which were carried in a similar manner from beside the kiln. The tornado was about one chain and a half wide, and in its course which was almost in a straight line, blew down fences, up rooted large trees, and carried limbs of them to a great distance. We have just been told by a gentleman who was returning from Flynn's Creek that when driving by H...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. THE BULGARIAN CRISIS, London, 21st October. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

EUROPEAN TELECRAII. (From Melbourne Papers.) THE BULGARIAN CRISIS, London, 21st October. The opening meeting of the newly elected Sobranje, or the Bulgarian National Assembly, will take place on the Ist November. Gadbau Effendi who has been despatched to Bulgria by the Porte, with the object of effect ing a settlement between Russia and Bulgaria, is cordially co-operatin with General Kaulbars, the diplomatic representative of Russia. It is under. stood that Germany and Austria have mutually agreed to decline to recog nise the legality of the recent ohranje elections, provided that the Russian Government consent to give an adeo quate guarantee that they will not attempt to occupy Bulgaria. The German and Austrian press discredit a rumour which has gained currency that Russia and Turkey have arrived at an agreement under which the latter power is permitted to occupy Roumelia, and Russia is allowed to fortify the Dardanelles, the Russian Government at the same time com. muting the old ...

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IMPORTANT GOLD DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

LJMPORTANT GOLD DISCOVERY. Fresh discoveries of gold in Victoria and the neighboring colonies are almost of weekly occurrence, and the develop ment of mining industry promises still < to contribute largely to the wealth of f Australia. It is not generally known that a very important discovery has lately been made a few miles across the Victorian border, and one that gives indication of being a second Mount .Morgan. The locality is at s Jindara, in the ranges, about 8 miles e from Albury, and within easy access from Melbourne. The Mount is 800 feet high, and.gold was first found in small gutters descending the sides. The finders were tenmpted to try the top of the mount, and opened a large excavation or quarry 36 feet deep by about 18 feet wide, and the whole of the earth taken from the opening was found gold bearing. A small shaft was sunk fifteen feet deeper, when far richer deposits were revealed. Pros pecting has been carried on all round the sides of the mount, and ev...

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RUMOURED ATTEMPT TO MURDER THE CZAR, Vienna, 22nd October. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

RUJMOURED ATTEMPT TO MURDER THE CZAR, Vienna, 22nd October. Vague rumours are current here that an attempt was made on the life of the 'Czar of Russia, and it is also reported that the Czar has killed one of his aides-de-camp, fearing, without any foundation, that he contempaited an attack on his person. Vienna, 22nd October. The rumour which was current here. with regard to the attempted .sassisa tion of the Czar has not been con finned, and it is now believed to he devoid of foundation.

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

CR I ICETERS' HOTEL. R O-F LO.1F 'aE:RTY R. .... . . .Er R TY Desires his friends and the public to know that he lhis'.pnichitis?sdIthe above Hotel. which has recently been cnlarged and renbo rated,-and-whichis situated immediatcly - OPPOSITE TIE. RAILWAY STATION. Of the best obtainable brands;onlyrre kept on the premiscs and Special antiec iments have been made. forthe.: S uconrcuncc,otf yisitorsad ;d permianentbonrle.s , N. : . ..: ottheaddress1:- .;--. p - UBLI TI.Q?T THE undersigncd having uccared the Traralgon Agencies of--3e'sisfR 'G'thride and Co., anctioneecs, &c. ;c W.:; Culloch' and Co., forwardingagedrts, alsowrhat of several Insurance- Companies,? &c.begs to solicit a few of the favors of the zrsdcnts of this district. "."'d.R.Il BAIRD, Advertising and-General Commission Agent' .-3 . . ?C y `. A T. _rnlgon.-, i , ;,! 0"i)"AIT R T I Notices;: . J.I ATrT.AttlI IM SHIIEAP 'PRItINTING " !: E bnavc: imported frgm Messo Cooke S& S Co,Fliders Lanend .d F...

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