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TRARALGON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 March 1886

To CORIISPOnDETo.-" Raltop3ayer" re ceived. TRARALGON RACES. The following are the nominations: HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Mr M'Grade's Sunlight. Mr Keogh's Brownlock. Mr Iiggs' Briseis. Mr Benzley's Achilles. Mr W. Baker's Polly. Mr Geo. Davis' Duchess. TRARALGON HANDICAP. Mr Keogh's Joker. Mr Bayly's Castilian. Mr Arremer's IHappy Jack.. Mr M'Grade's Tantaliser. Mr l'Grade's Cinder. PULICAN'S PURISE, Mr Badyly's Castilian. Mr Keogh's Joker. Mr Iliggs' Briseis. Mr 3'iGrade's Tantaliser. Mr M'Grade's Cinder.

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MR. F. C. MASON AT MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 March 1886

MR. F. C. MASON AT MORWELL. On Friday evening Mr F. C. Mason addressed the electors in Murdoch's hall. Mr Vary occupied the chair, and, in .introducing the candidate, passed a high eulogium on him for the earnestnes and impartiality he had always displayed in dealing with matters of interest to the electorate. SMr Mason, who was received with cheers, said: He was now before the electors of South Gipps'and for the ninth time. He appeared before them now, not knowing any just cause why they should not re-elect him. He remembred 14 years ago addressing the electors at Morwlell in the open a;r. Morwell was not then provided with a railway station. In fact there was much oppositimn to the Uroposal that a station should be at IIorwell. It had to be worked for, and be had worked hard for it. The Government which has left office did not deal fairly to the electorate. If there were two members fo. this electorate, and both were to work as hard as he ('Mr Masnn) had done, in how much better ,...

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POLLING PLACES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 March 1886

POLLING PLACES. The following is the list of polling places in the electorates of Nortih and and South Gippsland : NORTH GIPPSLAND. SALE DIVISION. Sale, Longford, Stradbroke, June tion, Sale and Heyyfield roads. BAIRNSDALE DIVISION. Bairnadale, Coolgullmering, Tamb', (Bruthlen), Boggy Coeek, Reserver', allot. 47, Dargo, Cuainghame, Swan Reach, Toonalook, Beogwordon. ROS-ED4.E DIVISION. Rosedale, Toongabbie, Cowwarr, Flynn's Creek. BUCIIAN DIVISION. Buchan, Bendoe, Newmerilla. STRATFORD DIVISION. Stratford, Maffra, Heyfield, Newry, Briagolong, Fern bak, Lindenow Flat Perry Bridge, Wadelock. TONGIO DIVISION. Swift's Creek. WALIIALLA DIVISION. Dargo Flat, Grant, Froser's Plain (Dargo High Plains), Buleoback. WONNONOATTA DIVISION. Walhalla, Glenmsegie, Jericho, Tenjil, Aberfeldy, Seaton, Store Point, Copper Mine. (Copper's Creek), Tyera, Toombon.

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SOUTH GIPPSLAND. ALBERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 March 1886

SOUTH GIPPSLAND. ALBERTON.. A;berton, Foster, The Tarwin River, near Jagoe's, Yarram Yarram, Franklin River State School, No. 2253, Wydell's, Lower Tarwin, Leongatlia. BULN BULK. Buln Buln (Brandy Creek), Lnrdner, Moe (near W'estbury), Drouin, Neerim, Warragul, Narracan, Yarragon, Tra falgar, Childers, Longwarrv, South Warragul, Allamlbee, The Parish of Mirboo (within the division), Bloomfield Longwarrv North, North Necrim, Poowong East, Thorpdale Darnum, Uorne,s Store (Korninburra) Mardan, AllambeA West. PALMERSTOJN. SPalmerston. TARRAVILLE. Tarraville. TRARALGON. Traralgon, Hazelwood, The Parish of Mirboo, (within the division), Narracan (within the division), Darli murla, Morwell, . Yinnar, Boolara, Callignee. Woe, OODSIDE. South Woodside, Merton, South Willune.

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SOUTH WILLUNG. Tuesday, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 March 1886

SOUTH WILLUNG. (From our own Correspondent.) Tuesday, March 2. Election mattera were tolerably quiet here till.last Saturday, when our late member, Mr F. C. Mason, did us the. favor o paying us a visit,.he being the onl) candidate .who has paid us the compliment of a visit. In the after noon he.addressed a meeting at Merton, Mr F..Willii, J.P., in tli chair, who spoke in the strongest terms of MD Mason's past conduct. Thecandidateo got a most patient hearing, and at the conclusion of his speech a unanimous vote of Qonfidence was carried in his favor. At Mr J. Wright's residee.', South, Willung, the candidate addressed a crowded meeting, many of the selectors having travelled ten miles to hear him.. Mr .Stepheneon, who was appointed chairman, expressed the opinion that Mn Mason'i.return was an absolute certainty if the feeling of the other portions of the electorate was the same as that of South Willung. Mr Mason explained his views on the varioues public topics of the day at great l...

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

Wanted. WANTED, Respectable Girl Apply MLns Bmunn, Trarl gon. W ANTED.-Comfortable Board and Residence for a Lady and Gentle man with respectable Family; no objection to a short distance out of tawnship, or a good farm house for about .ine months. Address, CeaesE, "Record"iofica. W ANTED.-Apprentices t'. the Dress making. Apply, Miss ADAIR, Franklin-street, Traralgon. AW NTED.-CORRESPONDE1?TS in the country. For particulars ap ply at this Impoundings. IMPOUNDED AT TRARnLGON. By H. Mapleson. 1 red bull, JR conjoined off rumpttop off near ear, slit under both ears. Trespass 10s. By S. Teasdale. 2 black and white, and 1 black sow pi'. If not claimed and expenses'paid, will: be sold May 1st, 1886. .;JAMES DUNBAR, i SPoundkeept'r. POUND SALE. TrHE following will be sold atthe Rosedale? Pound Yards on Tuesday,the 9th reh, 1886, at noon:- Grey mare, JC conjoined near shoulder. Grey gelding, WN over N near shoulder. Roan coow, JO near rump, O'near thigh. Roan calf, progeny. Strawberry cow, ...

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CRINKS AND CRANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 March 1886

CRINKS AND .CRANKS. (or raIcnE.) Whatever we may lack in Victoria it is certain we will never be at a loss for members of the Legislative Assembly. You've only got to hint that a general election is imminent, and, to and behold, candidates spring up like mushrooms. From the north, soutlh, east, and west, and from all the intermediate points as well, the cry is still they come. From the most unex pccted quarters starts forth the "local man" who is ready and willing, if returned, to set everybody in the metropolis by the ears unless another policeman is appointed to the town in which be lives or another horse-post stuck up in front of the local post.-olice. A quiet, genial, pleasant fellow is your local man among his own townsmen until lie conceives the idea of entering Parliament. He has studied the im mortal bard, and he knows that In peace there's nothing so becomes a man As modest stillness and humility. But all this is changed as soon as he becomes a candidate. He scents the batt...

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

E otiCC3. TRARAlLGON POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCIIED. IELIOURNE, annd nill intermediate oflicces daily, 710 a.m. and e520 p m. SALE, and all ittermnediate oClces daily, 11"15 a.m. and 7 50 p.m. IIEYFIELD, daily, 11.15 a.m. and 7"50 p.m. WaLItALLA, in Too.ngabbie, Monday Wed nesday, Friday, 11"15 n.nm. Pia Sale, Tuesday, Thursday, Satunlay, '40 n.m. GLESNGAILY TOONGA~CA IE Daily at 11 n.m. COSWAI:e ) CALLIGNEE, Tuesday, nmid Frilay 530 .am. TYens, Tuesday and Friday, 12"15 p.m. JOHN HOPKINS, FAMILk BUTCHER AND BAKER BOOLAIRA. ONLY TIIE BEST BEEF SOLD. Families waited en daily for crders. SMALL GOODS of every description always on hand. MONEY. TO FARMERS. LANDIIOLDERS and - OTERS.--We have regularly coming in fo: investment nit Country landis and tillerscurtilesin large nml imall sums. Trust and other moneys for term of years or as arranNed at lowest market mtes of inter (st.--31MEOY and CO., 22 AlIarketstrent, Melbourne JAMES HENNELLY 47 QUEEN ST. M.LIIOURNE, AUCTIONEER; IO TELBIIOKER...

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TOWN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 March 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. Tnn.n.coy-FNinetv-mvenn miles from Mlhbmrne, on the main Gipprland line, at the jenction of the Heyficeld line. Shire Oluncil.-President, J. Peterklin Esq., C nIIeillors, Messrs G. Hintrln 1) Campbell. II. Breed, Ilodycomh, Kell. her, Forsyth, M II1, and Vanity; Shire Secretary and Engineer, .Mr Janiew Campbell: Rate Colle:or, Works Ins~pr?ur, &e., F. M3Pin. nell; Tre.nurcr.J. H. HIeed, manager of B1lnk ofAustalnsPa: Health Oflice,Dr Montgomery Insop der at No sanreS, Constable Donoghue; the Counril aln arit as a Local Board of lHealth, and meet for hbuIness on thesecond Wednesday in the month a I a m. Law..--ioliee Magistrate, A.' W. nwitt, F.nq, whe holds onurts on the fourth Theu e. day-in every month, the Ju-tiers of the Peare peaiding on the second Thur;say, at IOanm.; rk of Court, andwl also Electoral tegintrar, ,Mr CIharle DH Ve: ; Tutices of the P,aze, Mmsamr.1. Peterkin, Dr Morrison K. Youtig, W\. Whittake s, I. Mackay, and J. Syker. IPl'-ce Slation....

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

Auctions. ]Y1arriag~e,Orr & Co (Late It. Mackay & Co.) AUCTI O EE RS, Stock, Station and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT; -0 . ---o Sead. Oiere.-Trmnalon. Brancd O?)Fres.--Monrell & Toonegabbe. S A L E S OF S T O C G TReLD AT TRAR.AT.iON FonTscnTLY AND 3IORWELLT I MTnTILrt. TOONGARRTE I Per our TRAFAILGARt Advertisements CTEARING SALTES prmnrlvont thronih, I.OA 'S ne?ntiotd. and VATLUATIONS made on LAND and otherpmroperty. AGEnTs FoR Nntionllonf Newealannd.Fire Tnsnrance Co 'olontal Mnftual Fire and T,if nsurance Co. New York Life Insurance. Co. TRARALGON, M0ON., 31ARUH S. 3 ARRTAGE. OR , a CO. will sell at their vaonls 1.i prim. Fat. Treifer 1i FPat Bullocks and Cows In Milkero and Springers 45 yonnp Steers 3a onoog Store nollocks 10 3 to 4-yr-old Blnllneks (Storcs) 10 4 to 5-vr-old Bullocks, ; fat 0n goed Store Cows IHnore. Sprinerart.and Iarness 2 Teams of I each. ,nod young workers, with tacklingr ernnlete. Sheep, Pigs, Sundries. CLEARING SALE. WOODLAND GRANGE. ...

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

TRARALGON DISPENSARY PAUL KLEESATTEL, Chemist, Druggist, and Dentist (By examination). -- . Member'ofthlePharmaceutical Sodciet j f Vit r Physicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes most carefully dispensed The 'exact copy of every Prescription is registered for future reference. Medicines forwarded promptly to all townships of the district,. on application Teeth carefully stopped and extracted, only the newest style of instruments used. The large Stock includes, amongst numerous other articles: Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes of Kent's manufacture, every brush guranteed Tiesse and Luhin's, Gosnell's, Rimmel's, etc., Perfumery. Lavender Water, several brands, Is, 2s, and 3s per bottle. Highly perfumed Hair Oil, scented with Otto de Rose, and Orange Flower Is per bottle Medicated Lozenges, of every description Marking Ink, genuine indelible, is per bottle Superior Seidlitz Powders, made of pure chemicals and full weight, Is 3d Disinfecting Powder, for checking the spread of contagious d...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1886. TO-DAY'S ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 March 1886

"MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSLVE:' (Published every Friday mouning.) FRIDAY, MARCHI , 1886. TO-DAY'S ELECTION. TnE result of to-day's polling will, in some electorates at least, be looked forward to with the profoundest interest. Of course in a district like Barwon, where the old member has a walkover, there cannot be any excitement. Excitement for the sake of excitement is not desirable, but when electors take a deep interest in the issue of an electoral contest, it bespeaks a healthy state of affairs. To-day the electors of South Gippsland must decide as to which of the two.candidates ,no. before them shall he sent to represenit thil district in Parliament. They must choose whether they shall return an oldjand: well tried friend who ias most ably represented them for fourteen yeas, or displace him for a young and untried man, who is unknown to the political world, unknown to the majority ofelectors, and who publicly stated tlsat his main object is to get into Parliament foe the advancem...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 March 1886

DEATH. DONALDSON.-On the 3rd inst., at Morwell, David, the beloved husband of Annie Donaldson. Deeply regretted.

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TOWN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. TBaRsitcoo-Ninety-Reven miles from Melbourne, on the main Gippeland line, at the junction of the lHeield line. Shire Conncil.-President, ,J Peterkin Esq., Councillotr, Mewrrs G. Finn:n I) Campbell. H. Breed, lodycmh, Kelliler. Forsvth, Mill, and Vamey; Shire Fecretary and ilagineer, Mr J.imes Campbell: Rate Colle-tor, Works Inspector, e., F. M'Kin. cell; Tressurer.J.H. Heed, manager nof Bnk of Australsia: Health 4 tllie,IDr Montgomery Insprctor ot Nu sanc?s,i Cnstable Innoghue; the Cunril also art A ai local noard of Health, and meet for hbuiness on the second Wednesday in the month at lI a in. LAw.-- olice .agistiate,A. W. Howitt, F.q, who holds cnurts on the fourth Thuts. slay in every month, the Ju-tiei? of the Peace presiding on the second Thrsdlay, at l0anm.; Llerk nf Court. and also Electoral Rlegistrar, Mr Clinrlc Di Ve: .Tustices of the PTiae, Mleisr J. 'eterkin, Dr Morrison R. Young, W. Whittake s, 1I. Mackay, and J. Syker. Polce Station. Ecn.-Con. Donoghue ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

COMMERCIAL. -4- M3essrs Marriage, Orr, and Co. report: At Toongabbie, Wednesday 3rd inst., we lhad one of the most successful sales ever held in the district, when we sold on account of Jas; Slater, Esq., and having postponed our usual monthly sale to,same date, also sold for various owners. There was a good attendance of buyers. All the stock was sold and realised most satifac tory prices. There were buyers from all lprts, showing the incrcased demand which now exists for cattle in the surrounding country. We sold between 400 and 500 head for Mr Slater--G young bullocks, £3 8s tos£4 s11; 39 heifers, £34s, £3 Gs; 110 store cows, £3 Gs, £4 5s Gd; tS springers, £415s, £5 Is Gd; 6 vealers, £2 Is to £2 10s. Horses.-Some good upstanding colts and fillies, £8 5s, £14 10s, to £2510s. For various owners, team workers at £8 2s Gd; G(8 grand store bullocks, £5 17s Gd, £7 17s d ; 95 2 and 3 years old steers, £215s, £4 18Ss; 20 cows and heifers, £3 13s to £5 7s Gd and £8; vealers £25s. Horses.-...

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TRARALGON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

TRARALGON RACES. The handicapper had not forwarded the weights to the secretary when we went to press. They will be published in the Sale and Melbourne paIpers. The following are the nominations: IIANDICAP IIURDLE ILCE. Mr I'Grade's Sunlight. Mr Keoghs Brownlock. Mr liggs' Briseis. Mlr Benzley's Achilles. Mlr W. Baker's Polly. Mr Geo. Davis' Duchess. TRARALGO IIANDICAP. Mr Keogh's Joker. Mr l?nyly's Castilian. Mr Arremer's Happy Jack. Mr MI'Grade's Tantaliser. Mr O'Grade's Cinder. PUBLICAN'S PUrSE. Mr BIayly's Castilian. Mr Keogh's Joker. Mr Iiggs' Briseis. Mr 31'Jrade's Tantaliscr. Mr M'Gradc's Cinder.

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RESULTS OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

RESULTS OF ADVER TISING. The first time a man looks it an adver tisemenit lie docs not see it. Tile second time he does not notice it The 'third time he is conscious of its existence. The fourth time he faintly remembers Lhving seen it before. The fifth time he reads it The sixth time he turu up his nose at it. The seventh time he reads it through iand say, " Oh! bother." The eighth thime le sys, "Icre's that confoulndel thing amgin." The ninth time hewondersifitamounlts to anythiiig. The tenth time lie thinks he will ask his neighbor if lie has tried it. The eleventh time lie wonders how the advertiser nakrs it pay. The twelfth time lie thinks perhaps it may be worth somcthing. The thirteenth time'lie thilnks it must le a good thing. The fourteenth time he remembers that lie has wanted such a thing for a long timi The fifteenth time lie thinks liewillbuy it some day. The sixteenth time he makes a memo randum of it The seventeenth time lie is tantlalised bociiuse le cnnot afford to ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [By Wire : From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, Thursday evening. A mutiny on a small scale occured on board the Cerberus today, when a petty officer was struck. There is great dis satisfaction amongst the men, on account of some of them being rated, who were not entitled. Fighting was indulged in, and two men were arrested, and are now waiting Court Martial. Bishop Moorhouse sailed to-day, by the Steamer Bengal.. A crowd of 2000 repre sentatives of all denominations were present to see him off. A monster shark 30ft long was seen near the Breakwater pier, Williamstown ; a party has gone out to catch it. John Sisson Cooper, late clerk of Petty Sessions, Ballarat, has been appointed an additional Police Magistrate. For the Intercolonial cricket match at Adelaide, they have fine weather, a splen did wicket, and a large attendance. Adelaide won the toss, and lost 4 wickets for 76 runs. Giffen scored 30, Lyons 90, Jarvis 0, Blinman 15;

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MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

MELBOURNE. (From our own Correspondent.) Thursday. As a matter of course the one ab sorbing topic of interest during the past week has been the result of the general election. On the whole elec tion day passed off very quietly, and though a keen interost was taken in the result of the polling, the absence of any burning question was plainly manifested in the order and goodl humour which prevailed. The majority of the electors in the metro. politan constituencies appear to have been satisfied with their previous re presentatives, and with one exception the old members were re-elected. Radical Collingwood, the stronghold of protectionists, furnished the surprise of the election. He of the umbrella and multiplication tahle, 3Mirams the bold, was rejected. What a terrible blow to the little man, after declaring that he and le only should be the leader of lier Majesty's opposition. His imagina. tion carried him away, and in drawine his plans for the future proceedings of the Legislative ...

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THE NEW ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

THE MEW ASSEMBLY. The following list will show the mem bers returned at the general election. In some cases the final result has not yet been received, but the returns to come are not likely to effect any change. New members, of whom there are eighteen, are denoted by the letter A. miuxrnY (9). D. Gillies, Premier, Treasurer, and Minis ter of Railways. A. Deakin, Chief Secretary and Minister of Water Supply. W E. -\alker, Commissioner of Customs. J. Nimmo, Ministes of Public Works. F. T. Derham, Postmaster-General. .L H. Davies, portfolio without office. II. J. Wrion, Attorney-General. J. L. Dow, Minister of Lands and Acting Minister of 31ines C. I Pearson, Minister of Education. COaLTIOo (13). W. `'Lellan A. Young G. K. Bourchier J. K1. Highett J. Russell A. R. Outtrim J. J. Madden G. Graham P. B. Wallace G. W. Hail J. Gardiner A. Harris W. J. S. Gordon A. f'Lean G. D. Langridge C. L. Forrest A T. Cooper C. Smith J. H. Wheeler J. Ferguson A W. Anderson A J. Keys R. Harper A. C. Gro...

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