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THE CHURCHES. WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 November 1886

TiHE CIIURCIIS. WESLEYAN CnURcn. The Rev: W. M'Bride on Sunday n0r. ing preached from the 2nd eh. of I!il r 3rd verse, "How shall we e8carie if neglect so great salvation," and smid ' T question is set before us al anI I il?portn one, and :aso as a personal one. Ii were to go alid propound a systetn ,,f?l ficial irrigation to settlers il the nortleh regios of Australia, they would t lar-I gladly, because the matter wonl,l t, '. sonal one ; on the other hlind tlheo r ill Soluth Giplanid would, if slRkein to,, the same subject, lay little or I,, IWl tj you, but if you spoke of a railrway to i., prove his holding, he at once wCilIl d, ii attention. The question of ly tt is individual one. It applies t,' , g ?.r?9 . one, as fallen sinners, " how shall 'w tl cape," not how shall thle Ier.aIIlt: i, ,if tant lands, who has perlaus iev.r Ihal the gospel, or the wicked aud asiofl :i around us. The word "e1sale" natu-,'l presupposes dauger-rena iimti.lndi, I:. ger. This "great salvati,;" Iurl...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 November 1886

RECEIPT ANID PAY- OI.'ICE. PAYMENTS. Traralgon-W. Wellwood, F. Mitchell H.) J. Sykes, E. Cummings, W. Unsnean', J. Harkins, IL. Hampton, J. A. Muilrhead, Gilsenan, C. Murray. Morwell- L. Scarlett, J. Fitzpatrick, J. Caldwell, F. Nicholls, C. P. Nind, E. J. Box, W. Richards. Rosedale-W. H. Spencer, T. Feely, IR. Goodwin. LEASES. W. Allen, H. G. Biggs, IH. Cummins, J. Dwyer, W. Hardy, Walter Marstin, L. Marstin, WV. Moore, A. F. MI'Donald, IT. L Pettavel, J. Pryde, R. Riggall, .T. Shaw, E. L. Simmons, J. Shiells (2', P. Whelan, G. W'halley, senr., H. Whittles, P. WhcLtn, [3], G. Whalley. GRANTS. IR. I. Chepnell, R. 31. Derhanm. T. Drane, R. ]Dariing, W. Gould, FI. HIandle. G. Hollier, O. Marriage, J. M'D),,nall, T. .'N'amara, A. Nadenbousche [2], Thomas Needham [4], T. Newman, J. P-ke, W. Pentridge, V. Russell, E. Scarlett [t], E. Scarlett, C. Silcock, A. Wuttrich. Old lad.-" I listened with ileasure to your lecture, but you ?sed one ward, periphrasis, which I scarcely comprelend. Wou...

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ST. JAMES' CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 November 1886

Sr. JAMIr.' CIttRc"r The Rev! J. I. Walker prrac " 'r Sunday morning at St.' 3Jans tChz' from Philippians r-4, " Itjoic i Lord alway, and again I sav rrJ'1 ." "t: incumbent said: To readily aprei these words it is necessary to iindte talli the peculiar cir-umc:;t:ances under h?h a they were writ?Ien. Pal Vwas ill pran t the time, and th;oug-h he lad a 'ut :hi period a desire to depart a?n' t" Christ, he pointed 'ut that it wa:s I0c05 ' for some to abide in the flesh, and himself, he bade others rejoace. are two things to consider in thetea;, first theo limitation ofour joy, and sec,65 the extent of it. We must lillljt our jJ' A mat n may have a good deal of joy ill te fact that fortune has dmlt well yt n ; bo' ""na "e fact that his '.: e Lamb's book of "c C' nssdcr the extent of i': e6oYs of jov in our o?n 4 c¶ t1ly iln the sinagig. and : a.- a ivas. Whatever we -',?-o:; -"?.?drt The incum a b 3 cnt that it s .-. :?? hr c aInd cheerful, and to . t? jeo arth:ly kings, and . r crt.?, ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. ARMY MEETING DISTURBANCES. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 November 1886

COURESI'OrDEiYCE. -4- ARMY MEETING DISTURBANCES. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. Sir,-Allow me a short space in your valuable columns to call attention to the annoyance caused to those attending the above services by the rowdyism of a cer tain clique of young mon-as evidenced on Sunday evening last-who congregate at the lower end of the hall-some of whom I am sorry to say, occupy respected positions in the community, and by their example incite those of lower mental cal ibre, to greater obscenity-making night hldeous by their oaths and demoniac ac tions. Onler was heaven's first lar, and seeing this departure in nature, I looked around for our representative of "law and order" to restore things to their natural condition ; but I saw no one either inside or outside the building endeavoring to ful fil the obligations of such an office. Du ringprayer the door was closed to prevent annoyance from the outside; and, as the windows were closed, and the hall packed, the audience had ...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 November 1886

"AMODIIirA E. I:UT' PRIOGI:ESSIVI:.: (Punblishrd ever, Tuesday F ridlay morning.) TUESDAY, NOVEMI.3ER :, sl?s. To-DAY being the 45th anniversary of 11.11.I. the PIN.cr oP \V.ALs, we colonists of Victoria intend to show our loyalty to the Crown by observing it as a holiday. As Australians we have always supposed ourselves to be loyal to the British Crown, and we seemll to have. had somlle reason for so thinking if we may jiudge by the remarks mlldte by LouD C.uir.snrox. In a recent letter to Captaiin EiLncr, he is reported by the South Iueksa ?ree Press to have said :-"It does teach oine "a lesson out here. Maiunhood sulirage, " no State Church, public houses shut " on Si sll ilS? utiseiiiins oplen, free or Snearly free education, wages Gs to 10s "for a working day of eight hours, " living cheap, land easily obtainable, uno great social distinctions, so that "the best men get to the top. The " result, a happy, conteteled, demo "cratie communuity, whose loyalty " makes one's hair stan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 November 1886

Wanted. .TANrTED.--A couple of boys to learn the trade. Apply P. A. CROWE, Coachbuilder, Traralgon. WT ANTED.-A Nurse Girl.-Apply Mrs. J . . 3'Lcan, Traralgon. WATTLE BARK. 50 to. 60 TONS best WATTLE BARK S wanted nat 3I-bourne prices. Silver ditto bought at its value. W. BALDERSON, Traralgon Tannery: W? ANTED.-A smart lad to make him self generally useful. Apply JOHN M-LEAN, Traralgon. NOTICE TO MORIWELL SUB SCRIBERIS. ARRANGEMENTS have been entered A into with Mrs WILSON, of Commercial Street. Morwell, to act as our Morwell agent. Orders left with her will be promptly attended to. NELSON & NEALE, 26 110o 6 RECORD Office. ST. JAMES' CHURCH BAZAAR. L ADZES hdavig work in their possession Sintended for the above bazarare re quste(l t3 leave the same with 3s.: Nelson, at the Church of England Parsonage. IARRYI V. WEST, Hon. te. o Tenders. --------- • '( EXNI)ERS will be received i p to Wed ce nesday, November 17th, for, the pur chase atd removal of the Traralgon Mechan ics' In...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 November 1886

PR.ESIBTERIAN CUIlt.IL 1Tie Rev. J. G. Wilson, :last S:aildthl took his text from Acts lx 10.-1-a:l said :--We ae hape reviuslv gilven aic,,nt of Saul's conversion. It may 1.: well t, say a few worls about Saul. Soime ta:, say that if God were shown thilt as wias to Saul-hy smv e supernaturld nels -they would then llio:o. Ni w S,::l was an earxnest, zenalolus seeikercr : Gcr i truth, his honest intentii :s t, , (hid. Is that your positioni ? I f nvit ?i analogy will not hold. You believe yet will be converted some day. S.aul ;ol a child of the coveluant-realy t, hld ft to the truth' when he fouild it. N., earnest seeker aft e- God was ever yet turned away, but light hauti ler givcr him. If you believe in Chri.t yr dtr is to become convertid :u:,! srreid," yourself to hitn-leaving fSilingi out lf the question altogether Thlre. h aorisane:~ feeling akin to this amus: some: i"ts a good thing to get into the king,;m ,f heaven; they know to :taitn that they nust all be born again; lbt th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 November 1886

Notices. U B L IC NO TICE THE undersigned having secured the Traralgon Agencies of--3essrs R. Gnthridge and Co., anuctioneers, kc.; W. 31"Colloch and Co. forwarding agents ; also that of several Insurance Companics. kc., begs to solicit a few of the favors of the residents of this district. J. I. B 11RD. Advertising and General Commission Agent Traralgon. CHEAP PRINTING! W E have imported from M31t-rs Cnke C'o.Flinders Lane. and II. F. 3litchison Queen-street, a complete ASSORT.MENT OF NEW gab grinfting Ul AND MIACHINERY, Including a very fast guing L" ARAB" TREADLE, Which noun enable- us to execute on short notice ANY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING AND 1BOOK BILDING. LITIIOGRAI'IIIC WORK kc. At strictly Melbourno Prices We ask the people of Traralgm and neighborhood to give us a trial. "THE RECORD" IS NOW Published every TUESDAY AND FRIDAY 1 d. REDUCED TO M ,l. PElt QUARTEII (in advance) ... is. ,, , (if booked) .. Gs. S , (in advance, if Pisted) is - ,. (if Looked) ... ... 7s. Orders for...

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TRARALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 November 1886

i ;I'U ;It ?ITLTU RAL JOCIET ). - :he above society was T ar.tdo? n iitel on the 1st .' w?. ere present Messrs pr-dent) 1)rane, Chap i " hait:akcrs.? sligh, A. r.,mb.. JCA:iphell, C.E., \,.u -'. Ochsrane. Miller, .: l!. lhed,. and .)'Mahon. -; ::re re., frml nithe follow _.-:ic1 .LArelitural Society <i'. r t::di'g the follow :,.· en o II appointed as T.rnra:::" gn show :--Messrs S::.n. i r-srect t: J. Gar . . !istreet East; J. .e w..::'h. E-,:ndlon : J. M. i -k Iusona and Raynor), z-IL W. ut:rk. -u 31:-s .T.,ne:. I.~Flnts Creek ; I,: . i'::e. hInserbroomn: IR. :r:: :! : J. Slater. Toon :-: K !.brb, ClydebUk : Chas. .- y 1:r: E d Htagan, S . 3. Pe-k. 3IMelhurne; A. :.?a7n : J. Mitchell. Pr .h-=: t'::,. S.d,%. and W. Gordon, .. a -:ie the invitations s":r i' : . - the various classes. )Ir. It F:P:ae. `ale. accepting .- :ic: . , :.:s judge in class o. ; :i:es. e: gagements do g:u:to ?reveii hin. IF. :a ri .' DtIe. S ale; T. Brun t I 3>r-"b r : 31. Mackintosh, S P?.. r. : ...

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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 November 1886

PASSING NOTES. (By SItPLtrro.) So the never-dying Butters is getting p up a tertiluonial to the great C. E. Jones, p beeenae the latter has managed to work k another of these little points which are e right enough for adorning tales, but don't 3 indicate any morals worth mentioning- v C. E. it was who induced the Assembly t to sanetinn the granting of free railwvay i passes to ex.-members of Parliament, and verily s.ith hi, faithful henchman, Butters, n he shouldnn have his rewant. tIntters is a a great getter-lup, but lie does not always 7 display a slfficiency of tact. Had he f simply harled up these ex-melmbers bene- a fitted by the free pass svstemt who are of a the sanie kidtney as Jones and himself the testimonial might have been made to gee. a Butt my brave Butters must needs send a circular letter to that free and indepen dent spirit, Mr. J. L Purves, Q.C.; with what result those readers of the CTronicle who see the Argus know. Mr. Purees simply sent his circular direct to t...

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SAM SILCHESTER. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY.* BY NORMAN WAKEFIELD. CHAPTER XIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 November 1886

3"1)I S7LCIIE,?TER. .AUSTRALIAr STORY,* BT OR31AX WAKEFIELD. CB-PTER ".-CONTINUED. dase the next morning Sam ;i.rd the Cra"Ssh and was towed r.e rier y the Victory, across r m" nd through the chann:1 o"Ude the heads, he was more w tian his friend had been as ki.i'lr ;a fair wind was blow , :itit every sail set, the I':igt in hall~st, sk'immed over . ater like a thing of life. aptim wias on deck scannnlg ??'ezon thromuigh a double-barrelled :"?-d tie when he had apparently Shilleif hie turned to Samn ';,a P=m, and said ,1 look through ai- d l tell me what you think 1," , e~Xr? lv for the Trarnlgon r."Gs raS crceedt is Sam looked through it and pro. )f nounced it to be a very fine instru. mf nent-one of the best indeed he had ever looked through. "That's what I think" said the captain, "and you know, the best of it is I got it for nothing. ' Nearly a every tr:p the ship's chandlers with d whom we deal, give me a present of ;f some sort, and yesterday I said, well what are you going to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 November 1886

A&otlons. MARRIAGE, ORR, AND COY. STOCK AND ESTATE AGENTS, IIEAD OFFICE-TRARALGON. G IVE careful attention to all insiness entrusted to them. Perilical Markets Traralcon. Nforwell. T~,amtlbie, .Narracan. Mirb o. Tmrafalgar. Land arl Cl nring Sales properly conducted. V"AILUATION.S made. L.OA\S negotrinted. and Life and Fire IN SIR.\ANCE effected. AGE.IS FOR Nationalof.NewZealand,Fire?nsurance Co Colo,nial Iutual Fire and Life Insurance Co. New York Life Insurance. Co. New Zealand Mercantile Agency Co. AtrcTIOr.cES : M3T. JACKSON ORR, & Sltt. CIHAS. SOMMI-.EIS. MIRB00, WEDNESDAY NOV. 10 lJ ARRIAGE. 0111 CO. will sell Sio head mixed Cattle Iotomes, Pigs, and Sundries. GRAND SUBURBAN SITES. TRARALGON, FRIDAY, NOV 19TH. ,1ARRIAGE, ORRI& CO. (in conjunction IL with A. 31'L.enn t Co.) will sell for Joseph M3Lean, Esq.. after Mr Iiickox's land Part of the unsold portion of the well known Hill Top E-tate. close to the town. cnmprising IS spletndid Allot ments. of s t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 November 1886

"r BARALGI0. cknowled;ced to be the Leading Hotel in the district, / ' ý 111·: 1 r.. r lrll l". r., 1 r ýIr·trý"Iýýýr Illrrl 1'r 11~ 1 rllrl rrlllll Ir' I ir I r r r11 .ý " I11· 11 1 .1r~l l il llrl. I'- A I 47 -ý "L C ~ ' ,e-- Wcddinglln nd Excursion l, 'nrtien provided fol.t hfot nad Cold lIntlio. IldlI4AOS (one of Alkck's hIest,) S-, 'mmzcrcial Travell.r. orses and Biug-gies always at hand. Te'c ' r n,,d t,.. I'artias patronising the above hotel will receive Civility. Comfort, and Attention. Charges Moderate. CORNELIUS NEVILLE, Proprietor THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL. ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, DATIEL fRYANt, Proprietor. ,: chs aceomimodl:ation for Visitors, who will find the Commercial lintel replete with every convenience. Wih.es and Spirits of the Best Quality. Billiard Table. Good St:bline, Loose Boxes, and Paddock Accommodation. hrones and llBugies for H]i-n on most reasonable terms. THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARALGON, Hs. wo established its reputation as the LEADING HOUSE .e 5:rict, and the2...

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CORRESPONDENCE. BOOLARA & MIRBOO TRAMWAY. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 November 1886

C CORRESPONDEn?CE. BOOLA?RA & MIRBOO TRAMWAY: To te Editor of the T?aralgon Record. Smt,-I must again crave space for a few lines to answer Mr. Ritson's letter which appeared in your issue of 5:h iust. 1 emphatically deny his statenient that I offered him £100 proonisc»ioisly'or other wise, to bring the tram my way, which is a malicious and wilful falsehood. So far as Mr. Ritson is. concerred I have been particularly careful with hIm owing to the very free comments nmade on his survey of the Mirboo railway, and knowing that he blamed me for some imaginary offence in connection therewith, which is no doubt at the bottom of all his guile, and from first to last I have been against hun having anything to do with the tram. As for Mr. Ritsons remarks-"not ownwing an acre of land in Mirboo," "splitting oni speck, ' "feeling sore," and "loosing caste," -such small talk can only- emanate from an imlbecile mind; my character is too well known to be in anyway affected by the base insi...

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TOONGABBIE. AN HOTEL TOTALLY DESTROYED BY FIRE. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 November 1886

TOOGt'A 1BIE AN HOTEL TOTALLY DESTROYED BY FIRE. (From our own Correspondent.) Thursday evening. The Club Hotel, Toongabbie, the property of Mrs. Gillam, was to-day burnt to the ground. The fire started at the rtar of the building. There wans a westerly wind at the time, and with the extreme heat of the day, in a few minutes the whole building was in flames. All the townspeople were on the ground in a few minutes, and rem. deredeveryassistance,buh t withouta ail, the rooms being like n furnace. The fire started at about 1 o'clock p.m. to-day, shortly after the arrival of the midday train, and in 25 minutes the place was totally destroyed, there was a little of the furniture saved. It is understood the hotel, etc., is covered partly by insurance, but .1 rs Gillam's loss will he hoeavy. Much sympathy is expressed for the family, whoare rendered home less, the origin of the tire is not known.

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TRARALGON POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11. (Before Messrs. Peterkin and Morrison J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 November 1886

TRARALGON POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 11. (Before Messrs. Peterkin and .1 orrison J's.P.) ASSAULT. Walsh v. Steadman. Mr Sergeant for plaintiff, and Mr Wise for defen dant. As two of the chief :witnesses for the case had been rnavoidably called away from town, Mr Sergeant asked for tn adjournment. Mr Wise objected to an adjournment on the grounds that sufficient pains had not been taken to procure at least one of the witnesses. Case dismissed with £2:2s costs.. . DEBT. Chas. Alford v. Baker. Mr Forgie appeared for the plaintiff and Mr Ser geant for the defendant. On technical grounds a nonlsuit was given.with 10s Gd costs. SSame v. Thos ' Martin, work and labor, board and goods, £8 8s. Non suited with, 21s costs., , , , Bishop'and Co. v. Wilson, use and hire of chattels,'£3. Adjourned till next court,- costs to abide the result. Mary Wilson v. Charles Parkins, work and 'labor, £2 :16s. Order for amnount; 1Ss 6d costs.ta A. H. Keesing sued C. Parkins for £13 10s, a sum due on jewel...

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TRARALGON POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 November 1886

"TRhRMhLON POST OFFICi. AIa DESPATCHED. eanbo d anld itermediate offices ,, _40 In., 520 .m. sairneal y ma K and all inter , te daily, 11 15 a.m., 7650 p.m. a.?..d nad Toongabbie daily, 11-15 m Cow.-arr and Glenmaggie tation daily, 11-15 a.m. ja a Toongabbie, Monday, sda7, Friday, 11.15 a.m. : via 31oe, a Thuraday, Saturday, 740 a.m.

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BALLARAT Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 November 1886

BALLARAT (From our own Correspondet.) Monday. The Ballarat College (principal 3Ir Garbut) held their annual sports at the eastern oval on Saturday, and were a great success. -Quite a large and fashionable gathering, especially of the, fair sex, assembled to witne.s the agility of the youthful athletes. The College Cup, presented by MIr Garbut, was run offtin three heats the suctes. ful competitor being T. Knox. The Old Collegian's Cup for which there were a large number of entries, was won by G. Proctor. Mr W. Pobjo acted as judge and discharged his duties satisfactorily to all concerned, and Mr Lovitt officiated as starter: the assistant masters forming an ei. clent committee of m.uagement. The proposal to remove the old landmark, BIourke and Will's monu. meat, and to erect the statue of R. Burns, which is now on its way from Italy, has not met with generlI approval. The dissenters consider that as the present erection is so essen tinlly Australian, it is more appropri. ate than th...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 November 1886

h p 8 pain'n~q it eoio d "MODERATrE. Bur PROGRESSIVE." (Published ever, Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, NOVE\IBER -, S1S6. Press of local matter comtpels us to hold over "Sam Silcheater," leading and other articles. The match between the E. glish cricketers and an eleven of Victoria was concluded on Wednesday, and resulted in a draw. The visitors continued in their first innings, which ultimately closed for 352 rois, leaving them in a majority of 23. The Victorians in their second innings made 207 for the loss of nine wickets, the feature of the play lbing the batting of Morris (5i)and Phillips (31). both tot out, the last wicket adding 77 runs. Unfortunately, Shrewsburv's hand was so so sore that he could not lat. The Englishmen left Melbourne on Thursday evening for Paramatta, New South Wales where they play to-day and to-morrrow and after a short tour in New South Wales return to meet the Australian eleven on the Melbourne ground on the 17th. prox. It will hIe of inter...

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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 November 1886

PASSING NOTES. -------n1-r·mrm- rrrn 'NovE but thebrave deserve the fair " it is sai,.l. T tion arises what is vcrry owal-.s we use tdie io - ýadifferentiy. to describ~e a dualitty of iLtminjanla to tindicate ?llndsomegapparel. Some of our militia officers are pretty well fixed up in the matter of exterior - bravery whenlthey-ftlrn -nout -in full rig ; it idonlyfair to assume that this is not their sole stock of bra' cry, and that they have some of the quality tnder their gay clothiles. The plainness of the attire worn by the monated infantry officers was very conspieious at the gathering in the M3el bourne cricket ground on last Saturday. It is difficult indeed to distinguish a private from a colonel, so far as the uni form is concerned. It is true that the conmmanding officer of the corps has a few specks of gold lace here and there about his uniform, but otherwise he is much the same as his men. - On service, officers carry swords, and privates a rifle and sword bayonet, and the ...

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