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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 November 1886

Wanted. W AN 1E D.-A couple of boys to learn the trade. Apply- P. A. CROWE, c Conchbuilder, Triarlgon. ANTE D.--A Nurse Girl.-Apply Mrs. S J. ML .?enn,Traralgon. WIAN IED a Flock of Sheep, from 1000 to 2000, or a pro. ortionate number of Cattle, to eat .hmwn clovaer. Apply - D. & J. DRAFFIN, Traralgon. W ANTED to PUC:CHASE. .- Cheapl Horse Saddle, and Bridle, deliveretl at Moe. Apply WHITNEY & BAIRD, Traralgon W ANTED.-Servant Girl. Apply- S MRs. .IAS. CAMPBEI.L. Kayc-street West, Trr.atlgor. WATTLE BARK. 5 to 60 TONS best WATTLE BARK :J wanted at Melbourne prices. Silver ditto bought at its value. W. BALDERSON, Tnralgon Tannery. F'or Sale or To Lot. FOOR SALE.-? Ton Potatoes; cheap. S WHITNE I S. BAliD, Trarnigon. Lost and Found. L OT.-- small hook (Spong's Eng neer ing Tablrs), with some private notes: Please return to N. W FROGLEY, Publie Offices. SLOsr.-Chbque" for £i 2s 8d. drawn in favor of Balfour & Co. Payment stopped. Return to A. Volkmann. BALFOUR &...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 November 1886

Notioe3. SR-I-K-C E TER-&' O-S--- Ts-L "X4ýQRWELL R. O'FL AHERTY Desires hisfriends and the public to know that he has=p'irchaasl the above Hotel, which has recently been enlarged and reno vated, and-which is situated immediately OPPOSITE THE RAILW?AY STATION. WINES AND. -SPIRITS Of the best obtainable brands only are kept on the premises, and Special arrange meits hare beennmade for the convenience of visitorsand permanent .boarders. - Note the address - CRICKETERS' HOTEL, MORWELL. U B L:I C O T I C E THE undersigned having secured the Traralgon Agencies of-3Messas R. Guthridge and Co., noctionecrs, &c.; W. 3'Culloch and Co., forwarding. agents; also that of several Insurance Companies, &c., begs to solicit a few of the favors of the residents of this district. J. :R. BAIRD. Advertising andGeieral Conimission Agent Tramrlgon. CHEAP PRINTINiG! ?,T have imported from Messrs Cooke & Co,Flinders Lane, and Ii. F. 3litchisoni Queen-street, a complete ASSOR...

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ST. JAMES CHURCH BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 November 1886

ST. JAMfES' CHURCH BAZAAR. The bazaar which has been most perseveringly worked up for the past five. months was on Tuesday last opened in the Mechanics' Institute by 3lr. A. C. Groom, 31.L.A. The Rev. J. It. Walker, iricumbent of St.. James' Church, in introducing Mr. Groom, said he would take that opportunity to state the facts of the case. About two years ago they held a very succeaful baz?ar, and the proceeds of it had placed the church in a financial posi tion. Lately, however, the church had incurred a debt of between £50 and £60. This, of course, would have to be liquidated. The building of a new church, or the making of substantial additions to the present one, was the main object of the bazaar.. They found that the church was not' large enough to accommodate the worshippers, and therefore he had set this bannar work afoot. It was, however, for the people. not him, to say whether there should be a new church built, or whether some addition only should be made to the present o...

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COMMERCIAL. MORWELL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 November 1886

COMiLERCIAL. MORWELL MARKETS. Marriage, Orr, and Co. report :-To-day (Monday) at Murwell our yards were well supplied. We yarded about 30 pens and cleared the lot with the exception of one pen. Out sales were as follows-Fatcows to £6 10s; milkers and springers to £5 15s ; steers, 21-yr-old, £4 4s; do., 3-yr-old, £5 12s 6d; heifer, £2 12s to £4 2s; yearlings, 3SO so 398. Horses.-Draught mares, £20 to £25 10s ; hacks, £5 to £10. After the cattle sales we offered Mrs. Gil bert's paddock, but bidding not coming up to reserve it was withdrawn for private sale. MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS. LIVE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday. Fat Cattle.--Fresh medium and light weights realised about late rates, yet heavy were in dull demand and did not sell so well, the heat of the weather having a depressing effect on sales. Quotations for best.pens are higher than last week, the quality heing better. Prime pens of bullocks sold from £12 to L15 5s, accord ing to weight; single beasts to L15 15s; good do, from L10 ...

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SUICIDE OF FRED. ARCHER, THE JOCKEY. London, Nov. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 November 1886

SUICIDE OF FRED:.- ARCHER, THE JOCKEY: London, Nov. 8. . Fred. Archer, the celebrated jockey, shot himself dead at Newmarket to-day. Po was suffering from pneumonia, and committed the act durine a fit ofdelinum. He' is reported to hakie been worth £250,000. ; " ,;. ARRCIER'S CAREER. Frederick Archer was, beyond dispute, the greatest horsenman ever known in con nexion.with the turf In the early part of the present century the feats of Bckle, Chifuey, Robinson, and one ortwo others, were duly chronicled in the sporting pub lications of the period, and two or three decades later Templeman, Butler, Scott, and Flatman were famous ; but none of them cverattained the world-widecelebrity of the jockey whose name for the last dozen years or so has been familiar to the racing man wherever the English ho guage is spoken. Archer was born on the 11th January, 1856, and was consequently in his thirty-first year at the time of his melancholy end. His father was a jockey of some pretensions, as in ...

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TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 November 1886

TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDN-ESDAY, NOVEMBER 11. Present-Crs. Bodycomb, (president) Peterkin, Varney, Bourke, Walker, English, Firmin, Campbell, Kelleher. CORRESPONDENCE. From W. Ritson, surveyor, report ing that he commenced work on . the Traralgon and Callignee Tramway on the 27th of last month, leaving the main line at 36 chains 45 links from the repairing sheds, curving so as to get on to the road as soon as gossible, viz., at 56 chains 30 links, thence along the road to 1 mile 21 chains, when it turns again to the right. He reports having finished a distance of five miles and following the main road for about half that distance. He also reports not being able to start the Boolara tramway, for several reasons the first of which is that nothing has been arranged with the Narracan Shire Council in regard to their por tion. In reference to the Callignee Tramway, he reports not having touched on the former line of Mr. Calles, as for some miles he considers it under flood level. Fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 November 1886

Auctions. - MARRIAGE, -ORR, A ND. COY, STOCKi AN) ESTATE AGENTS, HEAD OFFICE-TRARALGON. G IVE c?-nl attention: to all IBstinese entrusl t o t them Periutical Markets Trrra!gun. M1orweti Tnmgabbtie. Narrncan. 3.irb o. Trafalgar. Lait and Ch waring Salex prorerlry enducted. VALUATIONS ma]e. LOA' \? uetiattd. and Life and Fire IN SUaIANCFi effected. Anh-AIS FOR Nat.ioaal of New 7?aland. Fire Innurance Co Colonial Mutual Fir-and Life Itnurance Co. New Turk Life Inurance. Co. New Zealand Mercantile Agency Co. AUcrIO.EEas: 3M. JACKSON ORR, & Mn. ClIAS. SOMMIERS. TRARALGON, MONDAY, NOV. 15. Mr ARRPIAGE. ORU & CO. will sell be. furn: cattle -ales Some lnts of Furniture and -undries Fat llahocks and Cows -0 3 and 4-yr-.ld Bullocks R young \i orkers complete or naked 13 nice young Heifers. 40 Calves, mixed gendert 30 Parkcrs 13 Slips 40 Lamhb 100 Ewes GRAND SUBURBLAN SITES. TRARALGON, FRIDAY, NOV. 19rH. MjARRIAGE. ORR& CO. (in conjanction with A. 31-Lean & C?.)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 November 1886

Ncville's Grandl Junction Hote Acknowledgcd to be the Leading Hotel in the districts .'1II,. * lll, il. Iii IL ?+|bf ,ý. 1,ý~Iý1 1ý1, Il 1. ~1 ý Iy 1~1~h," (111111,1,.1,111,1.( ~fs ~i· -· " ~=-~"~;-~;f~C~'nl~·~i~i ~ ·, P rz ,; cea A: sg~ it ~1· ~51 re rl ~7K~ u _u C ~ 1 =-;-~;-=-------~;E i;~-_~;--;;~=~-~;_2~;_IT - -;-----~ \Vcdcdinggii f . Excursio n Parlties p~rovidedl for 1 lot zird Cold Antijo. J1rLPLx tne (one if Ulcock'n Lest.) rE., fr Clr;ercn i TararvelIr. IlorFes ain Bugines always at hand. Te'e r,,.: .:t::rtdl to. I'arties patronising the above hotel will receive Civility. Comfort, and Attention. Charges Xloderate. CORNELIUS NEVILLE, Proprietor THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL. ARGYLE STREET, .TRARALGON, DANIEL RYAN, Proprietor. astcl a.s accommodation for Visitors, who- will find the. Commercial! Hotel replete with every convenience. . Wi:es and Spirits of the Bst Quality. Billiard Table. ', Gocd Stablin_,, Loose Bose', and Padd.ck 'Accommodation., H:ores and Bu; sies for IIi-c on mo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 November 1886

FUNERAL NOTICE. THE friends of Mr M. Dwyer are res- pectfully invited to follow the remains of his father to the place of Interment, the Traralgon Cemetery. The funeral will leave his residence, Campbell-street. this day at 12 o'clock. B. WALLIS, Undertaker.

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THE BULGARIAN CRISIS. London, Nov.9th. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

T.iE BULOARIAN CRISTS. London, Nov. 9th. It is reported that agents of the Russian Government are actively em ployed in endeavoring to raise d:sorder amongst the people in Rustchuk and other towns in Bulgaria. Generl Kaulbars, the Russian diplomatic agent in Bulgarirp has demanded the release ot the ringleaders of the insurrection which recently took place in Bourgas ; but tl.e Regency has declined to com ply with the demand. It is understood that the Russian Generals, Ignatief and Gourko, are tle only candidates for the Bulgarian throne who will Ie accep table to Russia. Mr W. E. Glad stone has written a reply to the note of the Bulgarian Deputies, appcaling for assistunce against the aggressions of Russia. Mr Gladstone states .llha he entertains the hope that the Czar will maintain the noble policy adopted by his father with regard to Bulgaiea. He further remarks that he has not attempted hitherto to interfere in the crisis which has arisen, because lie is confident that the -larq...

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ARREST OF A RUSSIAN SPY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

ARREST OF A RUSSIAN SPY. London, Nov. 9th. A supposed Russian spy who was discovered making a sketch of, the harbor at Port Moody in British Columbia, has been arrested by, the nuthorities.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

JII'ICELLAANEOUS. The Menmuir, Steamer, from China, which arrived in Hobson's Bay on Saturday morning, took on board at Port Darwin 76 dissappointed diggers from Port Kimberly rush. Most of them landed at Queensland and Sydney ports. They gave most melan clholy accounts of suffering; endured after the search for gold. The vessel also found upon arrival at Brisbane that there were no fewer than eight Chinamen stowaways aboard, evidently intending with the assistance of the crew to make a free passage to A, s tralia. There is now being exhibited at Leipzig -an apparatus for putting criminals to death by electricity. So long as it is found necessary to retain capital punishment upon our statute books it may well be that the electric method is the most merciful and least repulsive process that could he derived for carrying the sentence into effect. But if such means are ever adopted in this country the details will not be carried out in the theatrical manner which commends itself to the...

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COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

COJf!ERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Marriage, Orr, and Co. report :-At Tra ralgon, Monday, yards well supplied with cattle, attendance good market easier and some sorts down a few shillings. Prices -Workers LI8 and L19 10s per pair; steers, L3 17s (id, L4, L4 is; milker[, L3 10s, L3 lls, L3 16s, L3 18s lid to L4 12s 60d; forward store cows, IA 12s and IA 13s; heifers to L4; calves, 32s. Pigs.-- Slips, is (d. Next sales-Narrmcan, Wednesday ; Trraalgon, Frday, land as advertised. Sale, Saturday, Nov 13. Messrs Little and Borthwick report: Fat Cattle.-A good niny coming forward now, and prices reduced. In the various markets our sales were-cows, inferior to good, £4 12as d, IA 17s d, £5, £5 5s, £5 10s, £5 12s Gd, £6; heifers, £4 12s ld to £5 ; bullocks, £6 10s, £7, £7 5s, £7 10s, £8, L9 15s, latter heavy weights ; vealers, £18s to L1 16s. Store Cattle--Large numbers coming forward, and has the ellect of making late rates easier. At Maffra on Friday a very large supply forward. We yar...

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THE FEDERATION QUESTION. London, Nov. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

THE FEDERATION QUESTIOS London, Nov. 1g. The Times in an article dealing with the paper recently read by Sir Gniham Berry, the Agent-General of Victor., before the Colonial Institute, exprC&'e some doubt as to whether, the colonies will enidorse the opinion that before any scheme of Iniperia? Federation can he eflected, England should recog nise the affairs of Bulgaria and of Greece as secondary to the interests of her colonies

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CORRESPONDENCE. CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

CORRESPOdNDENCE. CHmLDREN'S HOSPITAL. To te Editor of r of the arlgon Record. Sir,-The Committee of the Hospital, for SickChildren find it necessary to pro ceedat once with the much needed addi tions to the hospital, feel sure they have only to make their need known to receive, as heretofore, the kind assistance of the public. The amount now in hand for the building purposes is L1700, and the addi tions with furniture, will cost at least £6000. A visit to the hospital will prove that all that medical skill and careful nursing can do, is done; but, owing to the insufficient room, many are daily refused admittance. A convalescent cottage at Brigton Beach, in connection with the hospital, was opened two years ago; which, while proving a most valua ble means of restoring the children to health, also adds very materially to the cost of maintenance. Subscriptions will be thankfully received and acknowledged, if sent to the hon. secretary, Mr J. A. A'Beekett, Children's Hospital, Pelham st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

PETERKIN'S CENTRAL TOWN BLOCKS. _ _.. : "SEYMOUR STREET. - S33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 H33 33 20. 0 ' SB.ANg EC :. ,- H t - RIGmHT OF WAY 15 FEET 'l) . :CLUB B. N- ..OF . HOTELA gJST:R. A..A SIA D. .oNT SITE GO 31 E .Y. Me. LANO. 33 33 31 60 40 43 43 47 ý0 HOTHAM STREET MECHAINICS' INSTITUTE. MA RRIAGE, OR5 & C.1, GRAND JUNCTION HOTEL. Will Sell for J. PETERKIN, Esq., J.P., these Splendid Town Allotments. The Auctioneers would draw Special Attention to this valuable Property as being the best Business Sites left available in Traralgon. . RAILWAY STATION. Don't Forget the Date,-FIII IA V, NOV. 19 (Record Typo.) .

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ST. JAMES' CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

ST. JAMES. CRURCH. On Sunday. evening the incumbent preached and tonok his text from Isaiah v 2-" And He looked that it should bring forth grapes, and it brought forth wild grapes." The parableunder consideration was given under that of a vineyard, a vineyard, which represents the church. God is representLd as having done all that could be done for the production of choice fruit, and yet a degenerate berry appears instead, wild grapes for grapes. As in the parable of, the tares and the wheat, Satan wrought the evil, so here. But it is very noticeable that Satan does his evil work not so much by the flat denial of the truth, or by open attack, as by imitating and copying God. It is very remarkable how the process of imitation has been carried on by him and bow sadly successful lie has been in counteracting God's works thereby. And it is to our interests to know something of the wily movements of this crooked serpent that we may be on our guard. By tracing him historically we learn th...

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICGE. PAYMENTS. Traralgon-W. Wellwood, F. Mitchell H.) J. Sykes, E. Cummings, W. Duncan, J. Harkins, H. Hampton, J.A. Muirhead, Gilsenan, C. Murray. Morwell-L. Scarlett, J. Fitzlpatrick, J. Caldwell, F. Nicholls, C. P. Nind, E. J. Box, W. Richards. Rosedale-W. H. Spencer, T. Feely, R. Goodwin. LEASES. W. Allen, H. G. Biggs, H. Cummins, J. Dwyer, W. Hardy, Walter Marstin, L. Mlarstin, W. Moore, A. F. M'Donald, H. L Pettavel, J. Pryde, R. Riggall, J. Shaw, E. L. Simmons, J. Shiells (T), P. Whelan, G. Whalley, senr., H. Whittles, P. Whelan [3], G. Whalley. GRANTS. RH. . Chepuell, R. JM. Derham. " Drane, I. Dariing, W. Gould, F. Handle , G. Hollier, 0. Marriage, J. M'Donald, T. 'Nanmara, A. Nadenbousche [2], Thomas N-e-edham [4], T. Newman, J. Pyke, W. Pentridge, W. Russell, E. Scarlett [2], E. Scarlctt, C. Si!cock, A. Wuttrich.

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THE MECHANICS INSTITUTE. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

THE' MECHAIfCS' INSTITUTE. Sir, ?In a recent issue of your- journal your sub-leader on the Mechanics' ap peared, and since then I have been waiting for.somo one to take thei matter up and ask if you were not aware that a site for the new building lind been 'purchased I the committee before theold site was soldi Whether you wee aware 'of the fact or not,such was the case, and I think that the committee made an error in not doilg the thing more openly. For my part I do not see why the building should be re moved at all, and certainly I see no reason why it should be removed to an out of the way place such as is proposed in Hoth-m street. The committee of the institution is composed of men of high standing in this town, and 1 should be the last to sus pect any of them of lending themselves to any dishonorable action, yet the fact of everything having been done so quietly makes one feel uncomfortable, and wish that the affairs had been done openly. In conclusion, sir, I think there woul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

The entries for the show closed last night, and numbered the good round sum of 1100. Best Brands of Tobacco and Cigars to bd had at A. H. KEESIO'es, VWatchmaker and Jewcller.--ADW. Wanted. W TANT'ED.-A couple of boys to lenin the trade. Apply P. A. CRO1WE, Coachbnilder, Traralgon. W ANTED.-- A Nurse Girl.-Apply Mrs. J. 31'Lecn, Traralguu. ANTE D a Flock of Sheep. from 1000 t 2000, or a pro. nrtionate number of Cattle, to eat dlown clover. Apply D. & J. DRAFFIN, Traralgm. W ANTED to PURCHASE. -- Cheap Horse Saddle, and Bridle, delivered at oe. Applly WHITNEY & BAIRD, Traralgon. W ANTED.-Scrvant Girl. Apply - .ns. JAS. CA3fPBEILL. Kaye-street West, Trarlgon. WATTLE BARK. 5? to 60 TONS best WATTLE BARK wanted at Melbourne prices. Silver dittubJught at its value. W. BALDERSON, Traralgon Tannery. Z~ost and Found. LOSTr.-Cheque for ; 2s &d. drawn in favor of la!four & Co. Payment stopped. Ieturn to A. Volkmann. BALFOUR & CO. LOST -A small sum of mon...

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