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BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 November 1886

JJBALLA RAT :. . (Froin our owzi Correspondent.) There has been a mlovementin the town 'lately to try if something cannot be done towards raising a monument to comme m rate the late Robert Lewis who had the gobd of Ballarat so much atlieart and who devoted so much of his time uind energy to improving and beautifying the town. The additions to the Pst Office are completed on the outside and the scafiolding was removed on Saturday. List Sunday was olbserred as Charity Sunday in most of the churches, and the collections were quite up to the avenrge. Christ Church headed the. list; and contributed £62 6s 3d, and St. Andrews Kirk second with L40 15s. The annual meeting of the directors of the Savings Bank was held liuit week, and the balance to their crtdit, and transac tions throuwhout year have proved very satisfactory. Amont palid in L2,075,023, amount" lpid out L1,948,577, interest L100,018, balance L226,494. Business was very quiet at the Corner last week, partly owing the break occ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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NOTES ON TASMANIA. No 1. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 November 1886

*yOTES - 07 TAS-AAIA. Br A ViC-roiAS. No I. The "tight little island," as it is usually called, differs in maty respects from the colony of Victoria; anrd when we consider .that it. is but 21 hours' steam frl'm Melbouirnr, this is some what surprising. One of the first things which attracts the notice of the v sitor on landing at Formby, north west coast is the broken an I- r.agy nature of the" country.' Near the leacli the rocky cliffs rise abruptly in som * pi ces to a cons derable. height. upon these the breakers dash with ceaefless and unrele iting fury, it re quires the great st skill and courage on tile p.ift of the boatman to'pilot his boat successfullyto o te shor-. From this place a short ride by train, through a most difficult. country takes the traveller to the far famed Mount I ischoff tin mines. Tie lanrd through which tit s line I asses, is owned, I am informed, by the Van D emalaL Land Co. who purchas d it many yeaus ago from the Ciown for a: nominal suin. The same re...

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THE TRARALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 November 1886

TILE TRARALCON AGRICULTU RALE SOCIETY'S SHO I. The show which was held last Thurs day was in most respects a thorough success, but the judges and stewards were overworked, and had not the time they wished for to deal with the exhibits in the most satisfactory man ner.. Through pressure of time several -light errors were made, amongst which were the awards to Messrs. C. R. Wilkes and P. A. Crowe. Mr. Wilkes, who was err neously ticketed as securing second prize for the best double seated buggy, was awarded first prize. His buggy attracted much at tention, and is one of the best manufac tured by M ssrs. Stephenson and Elliot, Melbourne. Mr. P. A. Crowe was awarded the special prize offered by H. C. Jones, Esq., for the best double seated buggy made in Gippsland. Mr. Price was erroneously credited with that honor. One or two of the exhibits in the flower department are worthy of a passing note. Mrs. M'Kinnell exhibi ted with her collection, it shade of flowers made of the scales of tis...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 November 1886

CORRESPONDENCE. 7b the Editor o the Traralgon Record. Sir,-,Dr. Morrison having publicly Qhhrged me with having misled and de ecived him in the matter of an applica.ion which I made to him on Friday the 19th inst., for the issue of a warrant, and such charge having apparently been generally circulated and being calculated to do me, as a stranger, serious injury if unexplained and nucontradicted, I should be glad if you would be good enough to insert the following explanation. Dr. Morrison's only ground for the charge is that I did not informn him when applying. for the warrant that I had previously made the applic. tio?l tp. both Mr. Peterkin and Mr. Whittaker ,hi had declined to comply with it; in answer to which I beg to state that there was no occasion for my inform-. ing him that I had previously applied to ether Justices, and I preferred not to do tio, u I wished him to exercise his own independent judgement in the matter, wnbiassed by the views of others ; but, if I needed any...

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COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 November 1886

COMIrMRCI4 L. TRARALGOIN MARUETS. Mesers Marriage, Orr, and Co. report? We held a monthly sale at Narracau 17th inst, large supply of cattle fbrward atte,. dance good, lrioes realised ahow a slight fall on recent rates, and were as follows_ Steers, LS 8s to IA 12 ; Youn L2 t Lt 5s; Cows, L3 7s, L312s Gd, t3 174 cd L4 s to L ; Heifers, L3 5s to IA 17 l i;d Oalves.- 31s. Pigs.-9s to 14s Horsea.-A few inferior hacks to l? On Friday 19th inst. at Trralgun hwe sol in conjunction with A. M'Lenn and ('u. allotments in Mr. Peterkin's cntrotl propelty to L2 19s per fool the hthcc. being withdrawn till Monday 29th it also on account of Joseph M'Leau 11 19 allotments of 3 acres each in the ilI Top Estate up to L9 o per acre, though the attendance was limited the biddig was spirited, showing that a demand still exists for good suburban sites. Next Sales To-day, Tuesday, Morwell (tows allotments), Wednesday Tooggalie monthly sale, Thursday, Trsrloa monthly horse sale, Saturday olapening weekly s...

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THE CHURCHES. ST. JAMES' CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 November 1886

THE 'lCHURCHES. ST. JA>.as' OaxuCw. On Sunday morping the Rev. J. I. Walker preached, and chose sa.his teat Hob, xm.14-" For here we have no con tinuing city, but we seek one to coma" Mr. Walker said everybody believes the first part of the text, but everybody does non seem to act up to thie secod part of the text. I all believed that, there would be little work for the preacher, Practically there must be a lot of unbelievers. In taking a retrospective view of the past the congregation was reminded of the aston. ishing things to be seen. We have no abiding city hero, bhut with Jesus we have one if we seek it. Jesus should be the centre of attraction for us. The ecclesias tical vea, is fast drawing to a close, but it should not close before the proper step has been taken to seek the abiding city. We must seek forgiveness, and seek the old paths of righteousness which we have for saken, During the sermon feeling refer ence was made to the reoent death of a lady well known to the co...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 November 1886

WESLEYAN CHURCH. The Rev. T. A. Alday on Sunday morn ing preached from the 5th ch. ot Thessa lonians, 23rd-"And the very God of peace sanctify you wholly, &c." The phrase ology of this verse is rather staggering to even Christians. The question being, is there such a state as being blameless, without sin ? We feel that our lives are not nearly as bright as they might or ought to be, and I think this is because we do not set a higher ideal before us than we do. That there is an estate in human life other than knowing our adoption into God's family is as clearly as possible set forth in God's word. There is a difference in the Christian perfectiod attainable in this life and the absolute perfection which belongs only to God. Pope says this per fection means the entire subjection of sin and the unreserved consecration of our selves to God. When we give ourselves to God the Holy Spirit at once commences the work of cleansing and purifying the heart and life from all evil things....

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CRICKET. SALE V. TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 November 1886

CRICKET. SALE V. TaARALOON. . A mat,-h was played on Saturday last on the Sa'e Cricket ground, bet. ween te.,ms representing the above. named clubs. The Traralgonites were very successful in getting a full teats away, but being the first game of the season, they were sadly in need of practice which was soon evident when play commenced. Their defeat by 110 runs, was no doubt due in 4 measure to this. The local men woln the toss and elected to bat, H. Allan and Sillett tating their stand at the wickets, withlOuln antd Baker trund. ling for Tratrlgon. Sill, tt was sooo disposed of by Gunn for 3; and Alls> followed after adding 12 to the score. Roberts followed and took a deter. mined stand and was not disposed of until he had run up 54 to the credit of Sale by very good and cautious cricket. J. Allan with 15 and Gilder with 20, were the only others who made double figures. The innings closed for 129, Gunn showed signs of his usual ali:ity with the ball by securing 7 wickets; Baker s...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1886 [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 November 1886

"MODERATE, our PROGRESSIVcE," (Published evert Tcesday & Friday morning.) TUES DAY, NOVEMBER 23,1386 Leading and other matter is unavoid. ably-held over. The total number of cattle trucks to be leaded on all lines for. this week's Melbourne sales is 162. There will be sent from Sale to-day, seven trucks for Pearson, Rowe and Co., and two each for King and Co. and A. M'Lean and Co.; from Heyfield, four for King and Co., two for A. M'Leanu and Co., and one for Pearson, Rowe, and Co. ; from Warragul, one for W. Hamilton and Co. Gippsland local land boards of Decmber will be heldns under: Sale, 8th, atl0a.m.; Maffra, Tuesday, 7th, at 11 am. ; Traral gon, Monday, 6th, at 1 p.m.; Warrapnl, 16th, at 10.30. a.m.; Palmerston, Friday, S10th, at 10. a.m.; Bairnsdale, Monday, 13th, at 10. a.m. Messrs. Marriage, Orr, and Co., have built a large mart in Seymour-street, neit to the "Record" Office, and it will be opened on Saturday for the Sale of farm and dairy produce, furniture, etc. Th...

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PETTY SESSIONS. NOVEMBER 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 November 1886

PETTY SESSIONS. NOVEMBER 1886. Traralgon, Wednesdays 10th and 24th, 10 a.m. Sunmmonses issued preceding Fridays.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 November 1886

IMIPORTANT NOTICE. TO CONT1hACTORS And al .11 en e ged citherin the UTILDING TRADE - -or-who cntceuplatec building, cither;paces of business or prinate residences, A - ? NELSON, " w aInJ SON, .. --. .Proprietors a f .the far tnmed ,?'? E. ?: ?.? ,. . Sr.?:. X,. revQ WAUR\N PONDS, ,t.,ired to supply their mag'cet adom or .dimension a sblooks, uipj t& any: size,'"at =:-I :.U. us heapestw Rates ubor --T--NELSON-& SON .2a Would respectfully remiud the. public of this.district tlmt ?iore than 100,000,:?·UBIG FEET 10000 of this stonetro being usedi "indt cpa- d>'strinitionrof otli*thAwgdili Uathldrailu. .. Melbouri ,~iid that it is extensively r.=..: iz.e ,ff tirighhu't? the.? 'lu Tnthe coustrnction Chirches, Public "Biiitiigsuad-Private Residencedut a ARiiT. .03 " er? liczical r'rti ines this tqoe, rw iiFimiperishable; while at thosamo -tinmthere'is uo buildilig stone in the world that can be worked min easiif.A . .'IWOIT -Particulars as to prices, etc., may..,be - obk...

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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 November 1886

Some kind friend ;has frwarded-to-nr i ciu~p1el podr injwliclr I have found 1.uLdiimattirzof iateirest.. ThIe "Religio Philosophical Journal" is the title of one LQf.tlhe- lera..'yifts; it.irppblished at "?Clhicg??intd iiilevoted tolthe advocacy of a.-Sp ititnilinn"j - +They?.onders it relates have fairly lifted iny scanty locks, which, dhuiing the laýt fen' days, have most veri ctably tcil on- end "like sillsl npdn the '*dcfretfnl . porenpine."T:=-al suipercillious scepticisnTi hIsn been dissipatedl and:iI liolnestlvl' finfr s myself tin ;lanout-and Sout "bSpirituali-t' In fact I'-iicline to -the ·I--belief -that-in a d'miediurli, but I?shall defer giving sceances until I ihave:taken-a ..ewA.lessons in.legerdemain; secured the :: necessary iproperties foru tle aho,.''aid perfected certain arrangements w-ith those - of.-ty'dlessed forefathers whlo mnay be c? av'iiible to see me tiioonghg.C It is an. un wimisthing to start anything before: one is i ?ienadyf.anndai premature entry int...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 November 1886

Wanted. WTANTED.-A Nutre Girl.--Apply Its: J. M3Lcnn, Tramrlgon. W AN'TED to PUICI{ASE.-- Cheap hiorse Saddle, and Bridle, delivered at oe. A 'HITNIEY & BAIRD, Tmralg o' W TANTED:-Servant Girl.* Apply . Ins. JAS. CAMPBEILL. SKayc-stre t West, Tranlgori. W ANTED--A general Servant. Ap S-iy---rs. a VOLK3sIANN, Argyle: street. T ANTED.-Serub Cutters, 15s an acre. given, W. TANNER, Callignee.. ANTED.-TTwo Briekmnulldes, apply, W V JAS. DUNIlBAR Traralgon.' W ANTED.-Bllt lock Teamsto cat pal S. ings from Callig to railway, sta tion.: . M:LARUSHALL 31EREDETH. Club Hot I, Tramlgou. ,i t?, WATTLE BARK. 50, to 60 TONS best WATrLE:BARK? 1 wanted at Melbourne prices. Silver dittu bought at its value.- " . ,, s elW. BALDERSQN,' ? Traralgon Tannery. For. Sale or To L-et. . -- . ORSATE.--Good Five-rom?lVedWnther F board Cottage. with one acre of land planted with fruit trees and vegetables. S\4VilTNEY & IIARID; hlotham Strect.' j,1Ol. S.LLE.-Two-hors- Hlors+lorks. I nearly new. Ap...

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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, Nov 13. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 November 1886

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, Nov IS, Messrs Little and Borthwick report: Fat Cattle.-Prices slightly better than last week. We sold in variouo markets, cows I5, £5 BS, £5 lOs, £5 15%'A ,g 6 4 7, £7 l10s. lattortwo lots heavy weightlo heifers, £4 Its 6d to £5; vealers, £15f to £1 15s. Store Cattle.-Markct easier for all sorts. Good bullocks and cows are in request, and sell readily at quotatiuas At Tranitlgum on Mon Monday our yards fully supplied. 3 and 4-year-old b?llocks, £l to £512s 6d ; 2 to 3 yrs steers, £2 I0« to £4 2s ; 18 months steers and beifers, £2 6s ; 3 yrs heifers, in forward couditiok, £4 5s; store cows, £3 3s to £4 2s ; milkers £4 10s to £6 10s; springers, £4 15s tu .£6. At Mafmra a very large supply, and prices ruled 1s lower than late high rates We sold Luoknow bullocks £6 to .6 3,, small, in good condition, cows, £3 17b; other bullocks, £5 to £6 12s; store cows, £3 5s to £4 s ; cows and calves. £4 is to iIA 17s; 3 yrs steers, L3 is to IA 10s;:1 vrs hei...

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SAM SILCHESTER. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY, CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 November 1886

S-I ^ TOR | fg-EF1ELD. - . lQr Ifai:," the second m l-, on deck at eight . e , pesak of Ma3rih sland t .ei ia Pr peak oE f the S' enrAe, replied. '" e have S ari p:-ttv well -now OI eol. Oten we are.trou ,h a' winds here-breezs I: '' hand. . We could -sail T -,. ~E or e.st. easily .enough. ? '- th- remainider of tlhe - rwestward trip, why it :'. :ies imupossible- Heap T,' wind at all it has often c: c l r':e ,oat here, and morning :' re t s to .'e Mitria or firowning upon us, ac S. W t ip ain' a- 'ii d I etrcc ti wasp r*' . e'te . intd . has '' ilt.u.?n.t 6s, ,ut I tlink . 7,11etd li'lt-our way down. S40. iap to i.o, and if the " f'i tT s-ime quarter we ' afr nchor in about .".'..;, t a. fair wvind we en .-' r out 4. hours; but , ;.ch'. o round anothrer five -te -it wee could n't get there "'i e I'lowe have no such mis fh:t, for I vry much wish r o th elt of tills journey, "un - I nead. " I aml not diss.tisfied rihe ves-l I iam sailing in," he S--e.i iali ap'lohetically, but, you S;...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 November 1886

PRE5B?YTERIAN CHURCH. Mr. E. Eldridge took his subject of dis course on Sunday evening from Revelations Iz-20-" Behold I stand at the door and knock. If any man hear my voice and open the door I will come in nod sup with him and he with me." The previous verses to my text speak of a sin which is applicable to some churches of to-day--. that of lukewarmness. Thishad reference to the church of Laodicea, which puffed itself up with its worldly possessions, and forgot that it was " poor and wretched and blind and naked" in the sight of God. Vain and useless will be the labors of any .ction of Christ's church which is luke warnm iu its work, and whose members content thenmselves with making the church God's temple and a code of forms their religion, forgetting that they them selves are to be made meet temples for the H ly Ghoot. He therefore says to them "behold I stand at the door :;nd knock." Let us consider who it is standing at the door of our hearts knocking. Is it a father, a mothe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 November 1886

L. _.Auctions,. _ MARRIAmG1E'ORFR, - Al .:- CO Y. ToQC. . A ...T EST ATE AGENTS, PI H D oFICE--Tn1 R. LtGO = q ?hti ."d to il ji.n. PoeieinF Markets "Trerralgrn. ,rrfi. To1n'ih ir.. ifiracan; lirh h. Trafalgar.- Larlalnd CI aring atr " ;.,I, ye- l4.e ci-ML r.ofV 4" AIiT Z ? rle! Uii.NgCIK effectuLd gK- r s . .F . TOON 3fABBE i E ::% NP3 24t . ,t' tr" athis ir-?heir yarls?.?t bove C?aotle, liore Pik-P ? .ndR,s ": .....R . . ..... .r?qO -0Y. 25. tlR1 · I;LCi4 .i _T - R5.. ;N•Y: .: -. 310'.THLY HORSE S-ILL. IanRtRImag..jl.IL &.CO. will sll l at J ntheir yards, as above Xceount owner 10 head useful Hlrser . Al-t 30 head of good Hleraes. .ixed sorts. comr psinN g .ergti-:Daught. 'Ai, Cart ad NEW WEEKLY 3IARKET. T I RIAGE, QtRR CO. beg to acquaint 4 1L the r co?stitUent and thcpuhliegene satti?hat they hbwo-erecte d-a.?.\.k .IARlT, , &Fea-G.:hefd }'4 '+-r Seyinour.s?-i'et. Tra r?dei_,n, for the plurI?se of establis?ing a wrteCely producc market to be held everry Sat nrlar ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 November 1886

Neville's GrandJunction Hote' Acknowledged to be the Leading Hotel in the district, ..........ii Il irl ý1 "1 11I \ III11UI 111 1 Ill I. II1 III(. l 'rl ~h~ ~7~ ~Fi iFI . ...: rt~i ff ~~~~· ~z~ ,:.·;.z 1 J~ ',·r'% d rr-I i. ~St~ · :E :1Vuddr1gIIuI ExtiulIoi ] 'nrtim pprfbydcd fo. - Ifot nhl :Unto.: , BIJl.IAuiU (onje of Alock'N bIet.) :?-" r io.o ar ' Cummcrcial Travclle:rs. lIHr-w and Buggies always at hand. Te'e -.- ':r7mptl- ?:tended to. Partin, patrnniin_ the above hutvl will receive Civility. Comfort, and Attention. Charges Moderate. - CORNELIUS NEVILLE, Proprietor THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL. ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, .DANIEL RIYAWN, Proprietor. r_: caLss aecommodation for Visitors, wtho will find the Commercial: Hotel replete with every: convenience. : Wines and Spirits of the Best Quality. Billiard Table. Good Stablinc, Loose Boxes, and Paddock' Accommodation. .ir.-e, and Burgies for Hire 'on most reasonable: terms. j THE CLUB ,. :HOTEL; TRARALGON, EH~- row cstabliehed its reputati...

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THE APPOINTMENT OF SIR ROBERT HAMILTON. London, Nov. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 November 1886

THE APPOINTMIENT OF SIR ROBERT HAMILTON. London, Nov. 22. Thr~ Stand~rd, commenting on the appointment'of Sir Robert Hamilton, the Under-Secretary for Ireland,to the governorship of Tasmania, considers that it was unfair to appoint a gentle man at the expense of the officers in tie colonial service, whose claims have been overlooked. ADEN, Nov. 22. News has been received here that a tribe of the Somaulis at Cove Ambadu, in the Gulf of Tajurrah, east coast of Africa, madeasuddenattack on thecrew of the French warship Peugouin while they were endg ged in taking fresh water on board. The captain and sevenofthe seamen were nmassacred before assistance could be obtained. London, Nov. 22. Cardinal Manning has written to Tae Times, strongly advocating emi]sration from the United Kingdom to the colo nies. He suggests that loans should be advanced to intending emigrats on the security of the lands granted orsold to them by the colonial Governments. He deprecates the alarm which has been expr...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS SOCIALIST DEMONSTRATION. London, Nov. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 November 1886

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS (From Melbourne Papers.) SOCIALIST DEMONSTRATION. London, Nov. 22. The speeches delivered by the Social ist leaders at the demonstration in Trafalgar-square yester day were of an exceedingly violent character. Several of the speakers angrily denounced the Marquis of Salisbury for having de clined to receive a deputation from the meeting.

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