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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. THE BULGARIAN CRISIS. London, 12th Nov, [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (From Melbourne papers.) THE BULGARIAN CRISIS. London, 12th Nov. The selection of Prince Waldemar of Denmark, by the Sobranje, to the throne of Bulgaria, has not given satisfaction to the Czar of Russia, who has not only decided to entirely ignore the election of the prince, but has nominated Prince Nicholas of Min grelia, a province of Asiatic Russia, cor the post. Prince Nicholas holds a iommission in the Russian army, and fs closely attached to the Czar. GENERAL KAULBARS' LATEST DEMAND. Sofia, Nov. 11. General Kaulbars, the Russian dip lomatic agent, has made a formal de mand for the immnediate release of the authors of the recent abortive out break at Bourgas. THE RUSSIAN CANDIDATE FOR THE THRONE. St. Petersburg, Nov. 11. It is generally understood that Prince Nicholas of Mingrelia, a colonel in the Russian Army, and one of the aides-de-camp of the Czar, is the can didate selected by Russia for the throne of Bulgaria.

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

IM1PORTANT NuTICE. *5.0 ' LONTJACTOIS ' / nilpes n Jukaed eitherlt i the BUILDLNG TRADE or wao cntemnplate bulding, either places of bunsici or private residences, T : E Le?'S ON. Js":e ANfDa SON Proprietors of the far fincd WAURN PONDS, Are prepar?d-to supply their magnificent SlollC .~-In"razdoni? or : d zimension blocks up to any size, at Cheapest Rates. T. NELSONri & SONI, Would respectfully remind the publie of this-district-that- more-than- rI00;00OO:CiUei i FT 100,000 struction ,f the An~lican Cathedral in Melitnizzkl, ir?d that it i extensivelyI i".'r "L,.' : ?7, -..tusc "ttiugrht v t.th ec , , , , VI ) . A F \'ICo1 1r I A ! : :,:.Thc ?.c.m'icac ?,,erties in thlis ?tone -.. ledenrit-i6nilJtslule; nhile.:i tl;i tme Stimeather:?wuo.-hnildilng stone:;, in. the worl'that.-m: be worked. more easily. i: _ rticuiu.rs as to ?ncr", et., mari be oblsiiled on npplication to Ma. NEISON, at the REcoiri Omrc;-r -- T [N-'EILSON A:-?ND SON, - - . EL:: .ElNo 0 r Tar At.o 'e Adc 'rJ L...

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THE CHURCHES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

THE CHURCHES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURoH. The Rev. T. A. Adams, of Beaufort, on Sunday morning took his text from the 2nd Psalm, last 3 verses-" There be many who say, who will show us any good? Lord lift up the light of thy countenance upon i, & i." Like many more of the Psalms of the King of Israel, this was partly addressed to God.and partly to the people, embracing the three services, prayer, praise, and exaltation. • He prayed to God, his best-a-nd sometimes only friend to hear him. God had deliverel him out of many troubles, and he believed he would do so now. He then turns to those who would laugh and mock at his words, and.fsithfilly warns them. that he is God's servant and their continuance in their evil courses will briung sorrow to themselves. 1He prays for God's light to shine uponl him. It is said the increase of knowledge is the increase of sorrow; and also that the christian man is able to judge all things-he .knows the sin, and also the way to overcome it. We are al...

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TRARALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

TRARALGO-N AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A meeting of the above Society was held yesterday at the Traralgon hotel, when there were present N1r D. Camp bell (president, hWalker, Young, Sligh, Varney, Cochrane, Drane, E. S. Whit taker, Chapman, Pratt and Slater. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Correspon dence was rend from Messrs R, Thorn ton and Co., contractors of the Bairns dale line, requiring a bonus of .5 in addition to passengers' receipts if they run a night on the 18th inst., are from Maffra to Hleyfield s. From Jans. Buchanan, Berwick; JaF. Mitchell, Tyers; D. Clyne, Bosthorn; I hos. Walsh, Yinnar; and Jas Moore, Sale, consenting to act as requestl by the o3mmittee. From MIr A. C. Groom, M.L.A., stating that the Minister of Lands and Public Works will endeavor to attend the show. From Messrs George (Cin, Sale; George Greaves,. Lardner; Dr Mor rison, Traralgon; regretting their iin ability to act as requegst. The secretary weas n:istru t to notifly all the st...

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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

PASSING NOTES. (Br SarteLros.) lir- was rlautterson,7tien -Conttmis" aiontr .f liuiltways,. Iawt conceived the _great iden' of 'working a Government departmient on "c.anercial principles." Bdiry "vy is"iot power at the time, and it w aas btt natural fr a certain class of peo ple to regard everything that na;ntared rom his G.tiveir.ment as revolutionary. SMr. I 'aiter?mn's " announceient -that lhe intended to introduce "commircial princi p:te, into the management of thie Stat raihcanvs was indeed mdiicntive at revolu tion. The Rai.way lDepartment had known nothing of the kind previously; it bad been workte upon the most agreeable and ac.omodating lanes to both ministers and menbers ar Parliament and if there was anythiigl absolutelyuforeign to the author ities of tl.e department it was a" commnner cial principle." Yet Paltterson persisted in his scheme ; he laid the groundwork upon which a number of reforms have-since been built;,'and which,lI trust, will serve .as a.bais for many mo...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

WES..EvA, CHURCH. The Rev. T. A. Alday took his text on Sunday evening f.om 1st Thessalonians v-19-" Quench not the Spirit," and the serm"n was one of ernest appeal to the hearts of ,,is hearers, not to quench the spirit.- He said: Man's highest gift is his moral freedom. He may receive of the bounty of heaven day after day, and neglect. the author of these blessings. The spirit is not merely an emotion or influence ; it is a being-the spirit of God. The first thought is the possibility of quenching the spirit. My conviction is that the most serious weakness in God's church to-day is the substit..tion of form for real personal feeling-we are too proper now aday, to -feel-or at least to express much.of what we do feel. When we look on the machinery of God's church in this 19th century for sweeping down sin-the strongest the world has ever seen-and tken at the results, we must say surely there is something wrong, more good should be forthcoming, and I think the failing in men-preacher...

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SAM SILCHESTER. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY,*CHAPTER XII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

SIj SILCIESTER. 'A AUST. ALIAu STORY,* Bs OR.MAN WAKEFIELD. SC ir?? -I.-CO"T IoN?r lUED. .hin . in .eral went in much the with Sau and the Crayfish. aa hfair weather, but not the dhe captain wished for most, and win time carme in sight of land in ith a gentle breezo they s-e along the east coast of Tas keeping as close to the shore o ih' h e with safety all the day. S tchlet ,they stood off a little farther, bt sllnee enough to see the great btil raging. Several hundred aes of hilly forest land in a blaze -is: " i' which few persons can get asview, but those on board the -crh i -re favored persons, and they weprivileged to see a burning th aful ilnits groileu- r. aHow Mand it seen=, said Sam,. " t haht desolation. it means, for l?.ht hnnldrre of Lomilies. v i0 tes lato Ill"- querie ld:th captain, "we ---asrs the generation of vipers, " are.conerned,there is plenty ad tiatsi no doubt :-hut not, fot adn} I. don t suppose .any u itemvoecer tried to live :.in that li.rt the island. It i...

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BALLARAT. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

BALLARAT. (From our own Correspondent.) Saturday. A fatal accident occurred at tile Bute and Downes Company, Clunes last Tuesday, resulting in the instant death of a young miner, Ambrose Goode. It is supposed that he stopped in the engine, room to blow out his candle when he was caught in the fly- wheel, and although the engines were stopped immediately, the uufortunate young man was crushed and mangled, and life extinct, before he could he extricated.   A special train conveying Sir W. Robinson and suite passed through Ballarat last Wednesday en route for Adelaide. The train arrived in Bal- larat at 6.30 p.m., and after a short stop for refreshments proceeded on its journey. It has often been made a boast of by the folk of Ballarat that their city contained only one rat, but that is a thing of the past now. The rats un fortunately for some of the tradesmen, have quite got over heir r aversion to an up-country abode. Several of the destructive little animals have been c...

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

MARRIAGE, OR , AND, COY. STOCK AND ESTATE AGENTS, HEAD. OFF[CE-TRARA L.GON. G n-IV careful attention to all Ilutines entnruorol t thtem. Pcrit.lieal Markets Tranerson. MUrwell. To,nmlahhtt. narraran. MIirh .,. Traf;slar. Land ald Cl. nrine Sales pr.tm.-rlr clnductel V4l.ITATIt'NS male. .t." S ee_.ttinated. anid Life and Fire IN SURANC'efferteld. AG.ixts FOR"-, Nationalof New Zealand. Fire Inurance Co' ('l.hndal Mutu?l Fiirc adllife liiunrnce Co. New 1.rk Life n.srance.Co.. Nsv Zealan4t Mercantile Agencv Co. Accnreo?lN't S a. J.ICKSO.S0 OR11. SI Mn. CIlAS. SOMIMER:I. 'i. NA i ACAN, -WED. NO. 1i ' M lARRIA;E. ol . CO. will sell their new 4ir.I, close to Mr P'owell's 1ci) Heif1 ^iad )i _rts old =._. 341 l'rge-framed Store Cows . -30-2-vr-old Steers (frewird) . 10 good Spring?rs S Fat-Heifers " 15: Cows and calves at foot -- 13 f,-r.onld Itnlloccs. I Fat These lots will alh be yanled early for in. spection, all good Cattle. GRAND SUBURBAN SITES. TRARALGON,- FRTDAY, NOV. IOr?. , :I.RRTAG...

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

Neville's Graind Junction Hote Acknowledged to be the Leading Hotel in the district, 1. i iltttil I,,t,, t1 ,f II i·I II Dc livo, Illil. i*i I- - -· ~ 1 ~·"cilj I Zý'edingailsl~xer~sin Paties pIrovided fol' Jfotinaid Cold Ilntl4s. BTILLIdflI (oniie of AIlcock'OIWest.) m?a,e: rnts for LCommercial T ravell.:r. llor.s- and Buggies always at hand. Te'e -rams promptly attended to. Parties patroni-ing the above hotel will receive Civility, Comfort, and Attention. Charges Moderate. CORNELIUS. NEVILLE,. Proprietor THE COMMERCIAL- HOTEL. ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, DANIEL lRYTA, Proprietor. nst class accommodation 'for Visitors, who will find the Commercial IIotel "eplete with' every convenience. 'Wines and Spirits of. the Best: Quality. - Billiard Table: Gucd Stabline, Lobse Boxep, -and Paddock Accoimniodation . Uo:ses and But;gics four Iire on most reasonable ternis. THE CLUB HOTEL, STRARALGOx, Is? now established its reputation as the LEADING HOUSE the district, and the troprietor, while th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 November 1886

DEATH. DWYER.-At the residence of his son, Traral- gon, Thomas Dwyer, in his 87th year. R. I. P. NIXON.-On the 14th inst, at her daughter's residence, Flynn's Creek, Alice,the beloved wife of James Nixon. Orbost, Snowy River. aged 46 years. Deeply regretted.

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EXTRAS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 November 1886

EXTRAS. Welch and Perrin, Corn and Seed Crusher; Two horse Portable Engine. Hugh LenIon, Plough Shares; Horse Hoe; Collection of Implements. John Bun:le, Horseworks for one or two horses. T. Robinson and Co., Cultivator and Seed Sower combined; Horse Hoe and Moulder ; Patent Plough Wheel; Stemn Threshing Machine; Portable Steam Engine Rt. W. liddiard, Threshing Machine; Portable Engine, 10s recommended; Field Holler.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 November 1886

Auctions. IMARRIAGE, QRR, AND COY. STOCK AND ESTATE' AGENTS, HEAD OFFICE-TRARA LGOY. G E caref?l attention to all Busintes ent {-? k tn them. Perisdlife? 3Trlrets Tmralgo,.ctrtelL Toongabbje. harratian. Mirh TrI ar.' LTafaalad 't:- iarine Salts pr pe.rlv e.,nducdted V1 I.UIATTON? madle. I.OA ,,eei.tiated. nad Life dil Fire IN U.RANGE eiktctte. Aov.'s r FO? .atioa. of4 ew7Z.land.L FirJ nsuance Co ., .nii.dl Mutual Fireand Life InuranceC ,. S)York I.ife I?n?rance.C., 1:w Ze!aand Mercantile A.,n cy Co. "rcTnr.osE: 31?. ACKESON M ORS. 3- r.. it tl1 . -O. . .E.R ga'R D, SUBURRBA SITES. TRARALGO:y, FI'IDAY, NQO". 19Tu. \ RRIAIGE. 0iRRi& (:. (in rnimction I iritih .1. M Lt.i 5 Co.) will te1l for .sJph 3~-.ean. E-. a.fter' Mr Iciclrkox' ;and-2 .'art of theu nsold p?rtion o the well " kiiown Hill Tip Fta?te. note to the town. comprising IS splendid Allot ments. of 3 to 5 acres each, unsur pAs-ed a- en dini sites. Title CO wn Cr ant Terms-- Cash. balance one and two years with , i per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 November 1886

Neville's iGrand Junction Hote Acknowledged to be the Leading Rotel in the district, r 1InV, nr Itmt.0,nti Ixll o (Iexld, ni 1(I I tnn (uL~ti .ttnra(, nnLflm1 InII 1tt~nl ý.i 1Vcdding nud Excruidon Inrtics provided fo1 Ilut and Cold IlBtin. ItlUlAnna (one of Alcock's best.) .amp e troms for Commercial Traveell. Hores and BIuggies always at hand. Te'e .sam promptly attended to. Parties patrni-ing the above hotel will receive Civility, Comfort, and Attention. Charges Moderate. CORNELIUS NEVILLE, Proprietor THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL. ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, DANIEL RYlAN, Proprietor. rst class accommodation for Visitors, who will find the Commercial Hotel replete with every convenience. Wines and Spirits of the Best 'Quality. Billitird Table. Good Stabling, Loose Boxer, and Paddeck Accommodation. Horses and Bugies for Hire on most reasonable thrms. THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARALGON, Has now established its reputation as the LEADING HOUSE' the district, and the Froprietor, wlile thanking the Public...

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TRARALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S ANNUAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 November 1886

TRARALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETYIS ANNUAL SH(l0, : The above sliow was held yesterday oni the Society's groutnd and '.ns in every way a thorough succlss.. Mr M'Kinnell the secretary, has sho.wn very great energy in working up the show and he has been a-sisted well by all tle nlenghers of the society, who workt'd hand in lan-d to .rr ikae the show the succ ss it sho Id be. It must b.: highly. gratifying to all r'on . eried to knqur that the show.- is th4 best, Vic?-ing it from any prinst thlat has ever bee~ hleld ii Qippstland. The attendance ill the afternoo : when the adimission fee was reduced to the popular. 't bob," numbered between 3,000 agnd 4,000, and the gate -money amounted 4o. upwards of £100. Among the visitors, were : Mr. :A. C. Groom, M.L.A., aqd the Hon. J. L. Dow, vliiisters of Land and Agriculture, who were subsequently entertained by the c imnittee at Neville's Grand Junction hotel. The usual side shows were num rous. The entries to the show numbered over 1,100, and o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 November 1886

Wanted. WTANTRED.--A Nurse Girl.-Apply 3[rs. J. 'Lcuan, Traralgon. ? AN lED a Flock of Sheep. from 1000 t., 2000, or a pro ortionate number of Cattle, to eat lown clover. Apply D. & J. DRAFFIN, Trarnlmn. W- ANTED to PUCICIIASE. - Cheap t lorse Saddle, and Bridle, delivered at" Moe.' Apply- WHITNEY & BAIRD, Traralgon. W ANTED.-Servant Girl. Apply I MRS. JAS. CAMPiBELL,, Kayc-street West, Traralgon. WATTLE BARK. 50 o 60 TONS best WATTLE BARK I 5 Wanted at Melbourne pr ecs. Silver ditto bought at its value. W. BALDERSON, Traralgon Ta;nnery. For Sale or To Let. FOR SALE.-3 Ton Potatoes; cheap. 1' WHITNE l & BAItd. Traralgon. FOR SAT,E.---Good Five-roomed Weahter hIsanl Cottage, with one acre of laud planted with fruit trees and vegetables. Apply, WVHITNEY & BARID. llothlia Street. FOR SALTE.-_Two-hors lforsoeWors. . nearly new. Applv at- TIIIS OFFICE. S : Tenders. TENDERS will be received p to Wed. . r ited y.November 17th, for' the pur chaselaild removal...

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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 November 1886

PASSING NOTES. (Br Sº3rrPLroS.) In connection with the great Spring Racing carnival there are always differ ences of opinion with regard to the rela tive merits of the race days comprised in the meeting. Dt rby Day has thousands i of warn supporters. Upon it the blue iribbon of the Victorian turf-no relation t, the temperance badge of the saime color-is contended forand won, and Eng lishmen at least should be trite to their :.traditions and never admit that any eques trian trial can compare for a mnoent with a"Darby." Need I say that a few persons are to be found who believe in Cup Day ? The few this year amounted to some 150,000, so the reporters say, although one of the morning dailies questions the ac curacy of the figures, and wants to know where the odd 50,000 came from. I regret that pressure of business precludes me from working out the problem at pre sent, or I would be delighted to satisfy the sceptical journal in question. The Oaks Day is essentially that of the creme de l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 November 1886

IMPORTANT NuT'ICE. 10 CONTBACTORS And all persons engaged either in the BUILDING TRADE or who c?ntemuplate building, either places of business or private residences, T. NELSON AND SON, . Proprietors of the far fimed Q TARRI ES AT WAURN PONDS, Are prelpared to supply their magnificent stone In random or dimension blocks up to any size, at Cheapest Rates. T. NELSON & SON Would respectfully remind the public of - this district that more than 100,000 CUBIC FEET 100,000 of this stone are being used in the con SrTuction of the Anglican Cathedral in Melbourne, and that it is extensively used throughout the UVIlOLE OF VICTORIA! In the construction Churches, Public Buildings and Private Residences. --NOTE - The chemical properties iii this stone render it imperishable; while at the same time there is no building stone in the world that can be worked more easily. Particulars as to prices, etc., may be ob`-ined on appliatisn to MR. NELSON at the REtxsn OFFrICE, or T. NELSON AND SON, WA...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 November 1886

@.L[ ljar ro lo l .t lie m**IODEI'..TE, oUr PROGRESSIVE,." (Published eve-. Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, NOVE3IUGR 19. 1886. TE Shlaker conltuunity has teceived a somewhat severe shock in the death of Mrs OGIlais the mother of the' sect. It is nearly 14 years ago since this singular body of religionists, styling themselves the " Children of God," took up their residence at New.. lorest I odge. from which 18 months after, they were ejected. After re iding some timle in a field opposite', they were again turned out, but their faith in the "mother" never wavered. The present encamnpment has been the resi dence of tile community for lthe past. seven years. Mils GIRLIx. fell ill from cancer, induced by cold. She gradually grew weaker, and when un able to move fromi her tent the' ser vices of a neighboring physician were called in. Never for one : minute did the " mother" lose faith in what she had ever preached so zealously, that she would never die, but would live until th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 November 1886

BIRTH. HEWETT. -On the 16th inst., the wife of W. Hewett, of a son. Both doing well.

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