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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

PASSING NOTES. BY SIYLtrrox -"-WEN thefnf tculiiiitoriatisttle"e liifi-elf down comfortably-to lie about tile doings of 1886 he l 'ill not-or should not-faiL to give somic- passing -attentioi to the gallantry oflthc.prsent Opposition. in tie Legislatioe ?isemnbly. Some 'ill-natured -=peopl., 'wlho-are- ?~s imperturbable to the blaudishltents of the fair sex as the ...AdmiraliGuarinos,?=sa.y.,that tlhere is a woman at tihe bottom of. every trouble. WVfBtther'this he truie or not I cannot pre snome to say. Even. assuming that it is, the illniatured people aforesaid ought in ..ordinary fairness to mention a supplemoen " tari truth, dlnd dinit that if woman is at the bottom of every trouble she is also'at the top of every joy; furthermore, that ishe may be found in every, intervening stage between tihe higlhest h1eighlts. of happiness' and tlie deepest depths of sor row. The dear crentdre is ubiqunitous. She is niot-sopp ed to be in tihe Legisla tire Cihamber, but her.spirit and influen...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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THE CHURCHES. WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

THIE CHURCHES. WESLEYAN CHURCH. The Rev. B. W Heath, evangelist, on Sunday morning preached from 1st Kings xax-4, "It is enough; now, Lord. take away my life." The history of Elijah, as far as we know it as the prophet of God, is one of the most romantic, and yet we may learn many lessons from it. He comes before uswith the brightness and sud denness of a meteor flash, when the Chil dren of Israel had strayed a long way from the God of their fathers. We may learn from this that if God has a special work to do, He will bring men even from ob scurity-as in the case of Elijah-to ac complish His designs. Though the way was dark and perilous before him, Elijah went as God had commanded him. What a lesson of submission to ius Christians for it is to such I am speaking this morn ing. Passing over several signal victories of Elijah over the worship of Baal, we come to the darker part of his history, as sitting under a juniper tree he requests of God that He would let him die. The changes in...

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

Wanted. WATTLE BARK. 50 to 60 TONS best WATTLE RARE wanted at Melbourne prices. zilver ditw bought at its value. o W. BALDERSON, Traralgon Tannery W ANTED,a Boy to plant potatoes; alto man. Apply D. & J. DRAFFIN, Traralgon. W ANTED.-A smart lad to make him S self generally useful. Apply JOHN M'LEAN, Tra.algun. W ANTED a Young Man, to make himeelf generally usefuo Apply J. R. BALFOUR, Traranlgon. ANTED a Boy as apprentice to black= Vsmithing. APPy WEST jlleE~ ` Coachbuilder, Trur.Jgon.1 'Lost and Found.. E1 BEWARD.-Lost from the Exchangh Hotel, Trrarlgon, one Bay Mard, saddle and bridle, branded TK nearshoulder Anyone bringing the above to the Norwell Hotel will receive the above reward. WM. MURDOCH. £2 REWARD.-Lost a Gold Watch ch-in with patent key attached. The aovuv reward will be paid on delivery of same to the undersigned. W. ROBSON, Cowwarr. Tenders. TO LET AT CALLIGNEE. TENDERS will be received by the un'er. signed up to the 30th inst., for the Right to Graze for 12 m...

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MOVEMENTS OF RUSSIAN SPIES. London, 22nd October. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

MOVE TENTS OF RUSSIAN SPIES. London, 22nd October. "It is announced that Russian spies have been discovered making an in spection of the Chitral Pass, about 120 miles nori.h-east of Cabul, and which forms one of the easiest routes from the Oxus, through the Hindoo Koosh mountains, into Afghanistan. The military railway in course of construc tion by the British authorities to Mere is now completed as far as Sarakhs. about 30 miles from the terminal point.

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

Auctions. MARRIAGE, ORR, AND COY. STOCK AND ESTATE AGENTS, IVE canrul attention to all Btsinesa entrusted to them. Periolical Markets as below. Land and Clearing Sales properly conducted. VALIUATIONSmade. LOANS negotiarted, and Life and Fire INSURANCE effected. AUcro.?ernS: fa. JACKSON ORR, & Ml. CHAS. SOMMEIIS. HEAD OFFICE-TRAIA LGON. We have erectted n- and extensive Yanrd at Traralgon. StorwelL. Toongabhie. Warrm can. M:rboo. with good accoroudatiun fur -Drafting. SNOTICE E beg to contradict a rumour pre valent that our Horse Sale was l- ttponed. It will be held as advertised on next Thursday 28th inst. MARRIAGE, ORR & CO. TOONGABBIE, 3VED.,; OCT. 27TH. MARI~RAGE, ORR & CO, will sell as above 50 head MlixedCattle Horses, Pigs and sundries Also. account Th;s. H. Catting Esq. 4a Sr 2 one tenth p. Cnrown allotment 12.; Sa Or 18six-tenth p. Crown allotment 13; township of Toongabbie. Just over the Creek. Terms at sale. Account James Slater, Esq. 2a 3r lip; Cro...

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

Neville's Grand JuLction Hote acknowledged to be the Leading Hotel in the district, 1 1 1. 11 111 1." 11~11.,,1111 111111 w111'11. ~--·c~·~,~: --~-~ r.· :r-.p~lRC~rlt'ZJ~p~~f;-~-- ~;~ !D~ .= -- 3 *= E -i-=- ~-lC=~==-I_~=-=7--~ ;~ \VcddIngnnd Isxcr.tirnio IAW tic-s ;rov'idh'I £. IIoIAtfl4 ColoA ctkl ot.) ;:;._.-rcTravellr.i. iMr-c- :nd Bnuies I-;r-a at hand. TeVe. -:.;:'"7 " ..'1' to. . rtkiý pntroni-ing the above hotel will receive Civility, Comfort, and Attention. Charges Moderate. CORNELIUS NEVILLE, Proprietor TBE COMMERCIAL HOTEL. ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, DANIEL RYAi, Proprietor. Fint class accommodation for Visitors, who will find the Comm'ercial Hotel replete, with every convenience. " ' Wises and Spirits of the Best Quality. . Billi d Table.. Good Stabline, Loose Boxes, and Paddock Accommodation'.' orswes and Burgies for Hire on most .'reasonable, iterms.i THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARALGON, Hi now established its reputation as the LEADING HOUSE i. te esirict, and the Troprietor, whil...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1886. BUTTERINE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

"MODERATE, BUT PROORESSIVE." (Published evo.r-Tuosdy &Friday rnin.) TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1~86. BUTTERINE. CoMPLAINTS are being made in the parts of Gippsland which are almost wholly devoted. to dairying pursuits, that the substance known as butterine, now being manufactured in this cdlony, is likely to be thrust upon the public to the great injury of those who can produce scarcely anything from their landbut butter and cheese. It is argued that that imitation of butter can be made so cheaply from tallow, that good butter cannot be sold at all, at any price to pay. There is some ground for complaint, we have no doubt. Persons of every line of business- com plain when they get competition, but there is a license to complain, whent that competition comes in some irregu. lar and unfair way. If an individual or firm were to, compete with .dairy men by' orking out soine system by which a gallon of milk would-yield twice as much butter as was ever got from the same quantity before,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 October 1886

BIRTH. M'LEAN.-On 8th inst., at Traralgon, the   wife of John M'Lean-a son.

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DISCOVERY OF VALUABLE QUARTZ LODES AT KIMBERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 October 1886

DISCOVERY OF VALUABLE QUARTZ LODES AT KLIfBERLY. The Western Australia Go'ern ment on Thursday night received a telegram from the Government Resi dent at Wyndham stating that a man named Tweed, an old Queensland digger, brought in news of a 400o nugget of gold having been found. He reports that the diggers are getting more gold, and it is generally supposed that £500 worth was brought in last Satunl:ay. Tweed says that the track from Wvndham is 100 miles shorter and a great deal better than the Derby route, He a!so states that gold has been struck at Panton, and that dig gersare continuously comning in. Pros iecting parties have gone up the Ord, Forest and King Rivers in boats. A lode 300 feet wide has been discovered and the late reports are very encourag ing. A party of men found gold six and nine miles from Wndham, but not in payable quantities. The country is being well prospected. Mr. Carr Boyd brought in 110oz. of magnificent quartz gold, which is plainly visible in the reef.-...

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ALLEGED MALPRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 October 1886

ALLEGE'D MA LPRA CTICE. An action for £300 damages was instituted against Dr. Rose, M. L.A., in theSupreame CourtonWedneadaybefore JMr Justice A'Beckett arnd a special jury of ten, by Samuel Macfarland, landlord of the Palmerston Hotel, Bouverie-stret, Ca lton, in conse quence of an alleged malpractice, by which the plaintiff had been rendered lame for life. Mr Hood and Mr Tsmacs appeared for the plaintiff, Dr Mladden and lMr Hodges for the defendant, The plaintiff was examined, and attted that on the 22nd July, while rather the worse for liquor, he was nscending the stairs in order to go to his bed, when lie fell down to the bottom of the staircase and dislocated his thigh. Dr Rose was sent for, but lie treated him in such a negligent and unskilful manner that the dislocation had not been reduced, but had resulted in his leg being permanently shortened and deformed. When the doctor was first called in he saw the plaintiff lying on his left side at the foot of the stairs, and said l...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 October 1886

COM.L1ERCIAL. Mariage, .Orr, and Co. report:-At Tnongaori?e, Wednesday, after cattle, we sold fior?ames Ilater Esq. his land as advertised at LZ0 lier acre. Mr Cuttings' not reaching reserve was .withdrawn. At 'rramlgon, Thursday, yards well supplied with horses, fair attendance of buyers, but bidding generally not up to owners' reserves. We withdrew several small mobs to be offered neit month. Our sales were light hacks £5 to £10 10s Draughts LI2 los to Ll8. Next sades Trafilgar, Saturday, Tra ralgou, Monday. LIVE STOCK REPORT. . MELBOURNE. MARKETS. .'- " d. nesday. Mlr~diss C. Mackintosh and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-l,751 drawn, shout half of which were prime. There was a small supply of venters. but they fell: .lui.y-~in much. We sold a draft of bullohks and cows for MSr..1. lienlnett. f Maffra, Iulloks to £9 12s Iii, cows to £1 Is 6dlid, anl II yei ers fir sam.n o'wner at full market rates. Messrs. A. M'Lean & Co. report: 1750 cattle foriar.. prices down about 10s, except...

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SALE OF CROWN LANDS. TOWN LONS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 October 1886

SALE OF CRO Js LA.1'DS. Trarn I n. parish of Traralgnn. county of Ruln Ruin, the site of the Mechanie's' - tute. Upset price £10 per Int. charge for slrvey. . £1. Lot 1. ana Ir, afflotment ,w.e tion 23. Valuation £1000. Total £1011 Il l;d. Mir G. litlkox. At the site or the impronrments~f J"hn M. Meade. Upset price £8 per acre. charI'i for survey £1 1i8 Id. Lot C. area la. allt ment 2, s.ct;on 93. Valuationll £l. J. 'M. Mcede. ' At the site of the imprnments of C. 1. Sanders. Upset price, £9 per lot. charue forsureys. jZ 19s. Lot .larea Ir 1p, allotment Bn section 17. Valuation £It0. C. Sanders. Maryvale, parish of Marrryalc county of ln'n lumln. Upset price, £:t per lot. charge for survey, £1. Lot 4, area Ir 21p, allotmen: 6, s'cti-,n 8. J. Patterton. L t 5i, nrea lr 21p, a!lotmcnt 7, snctio ,. D. Isonaldonn. Toongabbie. parish of Tonngahhie. co?,nty of Tanjil. Upset price £4 per Int, rharei for surrey £. Lots 11 to 15. ara 2r rach. al'otments 5 to 9, soctinn 20. T.ot 1 I-. FergIns...

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CORRESPONDENCE. BOOLARA AND MIRBOO TRAMWAY. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 October 1886

COtRRESPON,.D~ENCE. BOOLARA AND MIRBOO TRAM. WAY. To tfe Editor of the /ReArd. Sir,-Please allow me space toI :iae a few comments on the proceedings of the last Traralgon shire meeting, and take exception to a portion of IMr Rfitson's last report on the above tranm way which contradicts his previous report, and is in many respects utnnre. Where are the 50 selectors to be bene. fitted between the points he mentions for a distance of five miles after the route leaves Irony's land 1 There are not ten selectors living within a mile on each side and on the south-east. side there are not live for ten miles. Where is the fine forest of timber towanls Mount Fatigue Several splitters have spent days in that direction looking; for timber which is well known to 1,a worthless, and the hland is most broken and indifferent, but perhaps Mr Ritson saw 20 good trees where there was only one. How is it that iMr Ritson recommended the central in his previous report as accnmodating the most selectors a...

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COWWARR. October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 October 1886

CO l IFARR. .(From our own Correspondent.) October 27. Since I last wrote we have had some splendid 'rain. 'September,. six years wao, when fences were taken away wholesale, is our only. recollection of what rain was. We have had a very fair share at the present time, which almost makes us say we arc satisfied. We have plenty of grass, and every thing doing well, so there is no reason to complain. Mr Saddler has replied in a very feeble way to your correspondent; but he must lie forgiven, for a man on the wrong side is always sure to come off second best. He has got that big sum of £3 to hand over to the mechanics'. He has done well. Why does he not come and tell the people that the con cert was not the Traralgon ladies' con cert at all I According to advertise ment the proceeds were for the pur chase of a piano. - Why did he not tell the people that they "cheated Peter to pay Paul." They paid £1 5s for the hall, £1 for music for their fandango; that amounts to £2 5s, together with ...

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GLENGARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 October 1886

GOLEXI ARRY. (From our own Correspondent.) The weather during the last few days has been extremely wet c.lusing all the creeks around to be flooded, and the roads almrst impassable even for light vehicles. However, this morning old Sol shines forth through the clouds and seems to say that we will have a cessation of rain. The rain was badly needed and the pros pects of a rich and abundant harvest are everywhere visible. Glengarry township is improving if buildings are any criterion. The new Mechanics' is now almost finished and it looks really well and quits an orna ment to the pl:ice. The committee deserve great credit for the building, and it is to be hoped that the people one and all will assist to make it a g.od Mechanics' Institute by subscrib ing and becoming members. The Mechanics' has had a pine floor laid down, a fine stage and a porch at the entrance, and it is the intention of the committee to make further im provements when funds are available. We are well off, two halls...

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 October 1886

RECEIPT AND PAYl OFFICE. PAYMENTS. Trralgon--W. Wellwood, F. Mitchell ), J. Sykes, E. Cummings, ,W. Duncan, H. Harkins, I. TIampton, J. A. Muirhead, J. GCilsenan, C. Murray. Morwell-L. Scarlett, J. Fitzpatrick, J. Caldwell, F. Nicholls, C. P. Niind, E. J. Box, W. Richards. Rnsedale-W. H. Spencer, T. Feely, R. Goodwin. LEASES. W. Allen, H. G. Bies, LH. Cummins, J. Dwyer, W. Hardy, WaLt? r Marstin, L. 3lnratin, W. Moore, A. F. 3Donald, H. L. Pettavel, J. Pryde, R. Riggall, J. Shaw, E. L. Simmons, J. Shiells (2S, P. Whelan, G. Whalley. senr., H. Whittles, P. Whelan [a], '. Whalley. GRANTS. R. M. Chepnell, R. M. Derham, T. Drane, R. Dariing, W. Gould, F. Handley. G. Hollier, O. Marriage, J. M'D nal I, T. M'Nanmra, A. Nadenbnusehe f2]. Thomas Needhalm (41, T. Newman, J. 'yke, W. Pentridge, 1%. Russell, E. Scrlett [2], E. Scarlett, C. Silcock, A. Wuttrich.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 October 1886

" U' B L I C O 0 T I C E THE undersigned having secured the Traralgon Agencies of--Messrs IL Guthridge and Co., auctioneers, &c.; IW. 3'Culloch and Co, forarding .agents; also. that of several Insurance Companies, &c, begs to solicit a few of the favors of the-esidents, of this district. J. L. AIRD, Advertising ad Genenil Commission Agent T: r ,go n. Notices. . CHEAP PRINTING! have imported from Messrs Cooke & Co,Flinders Lane, and R. F. Mlitchison Queen-street, a complete ASSORTMENT: OF MEW 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. LITIIOGRAPIIIC WORK &c. At strictly Melbourne Prices We ask the people of Tramrlgon and neighborhood to give us a trial. "THE RECORD" IS NOW Published every TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Sd. REDUCED TO 3 d. OR PER QUARTER (in advance) ... is. (if booked) .. is. ,,(in advance. if posted) Cs , (if booked) ... ... 7s. Orders fo...

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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 October 1886

PASSING NOTES. (BY SIMPLETON.) -TAAT Greit Biifain is to lie snsished up, deposed fromIn.erposition as an indepen dent nation, her people carried into slavery, her proud flag conejrted into a-dish clout, and.her.territory, used-as a sort of penal colony for her itussian masters, who are sornewlrat ovbr:crowding Siberia, has, of course, been on the cards for ever so long. .All this and a lot more is to take place before " the wreck of matter and tile crash of worlds" come due. lMacnnlay's New Zealander has to make that sketch of the runns of St. Paul's ani a number of things have to be brought about, or else -and here we can only present a wild improbability as an alternative-a number of prophecies won't come true. - It is usual in proving that Britain must go smash to instance the rise and fall of the Ioman Empire and so on, but we will omit tlhat just now as another matter more seriously engages our attention. An -American writer has found a terrible future for England as i consequ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 October 1886

W.anted. 5 to 6O TONS be ? WATTI.E BAt?K 50 wanted at Melbourne prices. Silver dittou ught at its value. W. BALDERSON, Traralgou Tannery ANTED.--.A smart lad to make him s . elf generally u.eful. Apply JOHN M'i .EAN, S. Traralgon Lost and round. 1 REW\ARlD.-T.- t from the Exchange t Hotel,'ramlgon. one lIar "are. saddile and britle, brandel TK near sholder Anyone bringing the above to the Morwell iHotel will receive the horve nwar-l. W+M. MURDOCH. t) RWARD.-Lost a Goud Watch d ch-in with paent key attached. The al,ve rewarnl will be Itaid on delivery of same to the unldelsignl.d. W. ROBSON, Cowwa:r. LOST' on l'slay Inst, 9 Sheep.. Reward for infrnnatioun Ita dg Ion tlheir reco very. Apply- THOS. B. DOIBSON. Trmarlgm. Goveonment Notices. VICTORIAN RATLWAYS, MELcoUitXE CUP RACES AND PRINtCE OF WALKs' BIRTHDAY. Return tickets, at. Holiday Excnrsion Fares. will ie issued by all stations (Dcnili quLin and 1Mathomrn inclnded). from 25th Octob?er to 9th November inclusive. for Mel Itourne ...

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FARM PRODUCE REPORT. Wednesday, Oct. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 October 1886

FAR3M PRODUCE REPORT. Wednesday, Oct. 27. 31 PGatht, Son and Co. report: 'OeeL.e:-Prime loaf, to 71d per lb.; medium, illd to 7d per IIb.; large size. to 7d perlb.; medium.Gl to 1id perlb. 'Freh IBut ter.--'rinme dairies, to 9l per li : ordinary lots. lid to 7d per Iti; lumps. 71 to 8? per Ib; casks.l' resh, d toSI per Ib; po)tted. gWlot old. to ad per !b ; medium, Ito d ; inferior, to 4,1 p"er lb. Egg , 10o.1 to 1141 per doz. Ilanns.-P'rime factory cured, to =id per II,; farm, 7d to Sd per lb. liaeon.-lFactory, to 8d per Ih; farm, lid to 7d per lb. Carcase pork. 5d to t;d per lb; lard. 5d1 to 6dt per Ib; honey, bush, to :3?d per lb : primu gar den. 3,1 to 4d per lb ; beeswax, to 9d per lb fowls, 4s lid to 5~s d per par ; ducks, 5s to Gs per pair; ge'ese, is to 7s per pair; turkeys. 14s to 24s per pair; guinea fowl, to Ss lid per pair; pea fowl. 17s td to 35; per pr.; pigeons, to Ss 9d1 per pair; rabbits and bares. tid- to Is per pair. WVheat.--Prime, to 5s 2d per basl.el; m,.edium,...

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