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NOTES ON TASMANIA. NO H. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 3 December 1886

TB A V 1[-ro R IA . - No n. S iculurl or pls l .?r tae ,.,re.teri portion 1 " It f:ditr., 'et i i veryi (c' . ,deal of nmliurm and g as;irr be fu:nl under culti ,= p .e , -r;yrwhere sene to • a ,,? nd owing to a siita'ble Se , tdia s crap prove very ?'x .?:cr. I: to 1,5; tns per a.?i, is ;I r iArd., and !i) tons :" " .-? . .?::"rse thequality ý' ~I ,t.,l · . IT L. potatoes ..,,i ,.k,,wn in Victoria to ,itn usa fmre" me.n' It is a r,:: . f, it. dtriir the earlier - :'"" ..i" i?:= "r: h:cedrvw -inearly f_. l.f, ht, , f lta,?'tt ,r .u ll" . elatd the pr'sett day :r il vet I*.slaE s. cure p,?ta t r he ,farse,. In the i ? e? r?. _ra I sstnemi of '' -.rib. Shrtly af:ter the ýn t, "ld is. broken 11 /s .?.i~ ??e in rtch state it is left t"dn.'uwh:en it vil 1be harrowed r.e ' erk'" 1 a tine tilth. Beforn -a me it is a rain plo.ghed and " i tith tie r' lt that when " pit.kt, not a weal of any oee h sen. As se as the n vi "rond, the horse :Siwk i*'t=ere l thei rows, ane , " ti ll , time ,f dig...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 3 December 1886

-AUc¶,izns. MARRIAGE, ORR, AND COY. STOCK AND ESTATE AGENTS, HEAD OFFICE-TR-.tRAI.GON. ( lYVE rfr:l attention t, all lrtsine?s enrI r tr-tl to th.,m. Pcri,,lir .I M arket Trarnagon. M31rwell. T,?rnlabhrie. N.arramua. Ilirb o. Trafsl-sr. otl andl C('. snrig .Sasl pspr.Ir enn,:,:tiLe. VT.l1;ATIONS male. L.lA' S neo.tiated. and Lif anrd Fire 1I SUPCf.CE irifcted. atiold t.f NewZoaladti.L" Insnurane Co (C.1la .nil ntual Fjr an. If.e It nsrance Cc,. New Yor. Life Int:rance.Co. Yewr Z..r.lan Mercantile o.tncyr C.,. AIt.IO'NE.:s : 3I.. JACKSON ORI:. . 1[:. CHAS. S)0111KI8S. T 0 T T C E NEW WEEKLY MARKET. ARRI.iGE.nORRIt CO. Trg to acquaint tl. the r .o.ntituent and1 the?publiegene aslly that th.y have nr?etLed a NEWI[ MART. elr' to :h,-ir o.edie in Sc.tour-- reet. Tra raion. for the plrlw<:c of establiScthi.g a .rt-rldy pr?:hlace markrt t,,lrw held every Sat nrJ.st at 11 a n. sharp. Farm,-e. and ot:her wishingr to?senl in pnrInce. e.. f.,r tlt.,e sale i a lap during the caeek. G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 3 December 1886

Neville's Grand Junction Hote Acknowledged to be the Teading Hotel in the district, .'.111.1lr·. 1111 , ", 1,,,1 ý1~1ý,1 1. ~(.(1 ,,,,y 1, ,iM~1 ~Ill)IIrl,ý,,,II I z--- ' if ~ F - 'Wedditug· nir lccurst nPortice provided for. l i annd Cold Blnthe. I1ILLIAI 48 (onle of Alcock'a best.) p m~ c s o nsnIammerei ravjzlres. lioresenl Buggies always at hand. Te'e p amptly attendted to. Parties Ipatroniing tlhe above hotel will receive Civility, Comfort, and Attention. Charges Moderate. CORNELIUS NEVILLE, Proprietor THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, DANIIEL RYAN, Proprietor. ut.class accommodation for Visitors, who will find the Commercial Hotel replete with every convenience. Wines and Spirits of the Best Quality. Billiard Table. Good Stabling, Loose Boxes, and Paddock Accommodation. Hores and Bu;gies for Hire on most reasonable terms. THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARAILGON, HL now established its reputation as the LEADING HOUSE the district, and the Froptietor, while thanking the Pablic f...

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The Traralgon Record. "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published, Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 3 December 1886

"'3IODmiA.E . HTu PROGRESS?iE." , (Publish.1 eve. Tuls:a y .5 F.&iy morning.) FRIDAY, DECEIIIIER 3, 1886. THE meeting which s' s held on Wed nesday evening in this" toi'vn to"con sider the desirability of form ing a league to secure railway conmnunica tion between the Heyfield line and WalhalIa, was perhiaps the most repre sent;ative and most unnnillous meeting ever held here. The object of the nmeting is to urge the construction of a line which will open up a part of the country in this district, which must be of incalculable benelit to the whole of the colony. The district lying between Valhalln and Glengarry is will known to be rich, and a tramway between those points would traverse rich agri cultural anld pastoral lands, and also land containing a wealth of Iminerals. The possibilities of the result of train way construction on the proposed route, are sometlhing grand to look for.sard to; but without speculating on what is possible, we can deal ,with the certainties. The...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, Dec. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 December 1886

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday,jDec. 4. - Messrs Little and Borthwiok report - Fat.Cattle.--Supply not eqal.todentind and' prices firm.. We sold in varioua markethi-Cows £5. £5 5s, £5 10s, £5 15,' £6, £6 2 G6d, £6 10s, £7; bullocks, £7, £7 5s, £7 10s, £8, £8 10s, £9; vealers, £1 8 to £2 .6s.-.Store Cattle.--Market brisk i~ iti and fhllv equal to last week. Our yards 'at r Mafts well stpplied and all cleared. The Glencoe 'bullock,, station bred, £6 1-4s,; bought lbullocks, £6 Is; the competition for these was very keen;i as they are known to be the best doing cattle' that .come. forward, Loy Yang bullooks, £d 10s; steers,:.£4 As; Glen-: maggie oows,,?£4 4s, id l1eifecs, £4 Os9 other bullocks, £5 to £61is 3-years steers, £3 lls to £4 12s ;.3-years heifers, £3 16s to £4 5s ; 1 to 2 years and heifers, £1 1s, £1 18s, £2 s, £2 5s, £2 13s Z33, £3 11s; milkers, £4 12s Od to -£5 "10s, At i~ , not maiy53 forward, prices about same ts, Mffrit'a Sheep.-Good, libes . of . stores enquire...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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LOCAL LAND BOARD. Before Messrs Levy and Duncan, Land Officers.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 December 1886

LOCAL LAAND BOARD, .fe srs Lery and Duncan, Land Officers.) The folowing cases were dealt with bI teabove Board yesteridya: I'"Chrl O'COnor, allot. 64, area 880a, Gorge ?Ranhm, ailot. A. area 58a, p 0b'º..Cmeron, allot. C, area 310a, larc of Bfudl=r W lliam Aitken, same land .A.lfred Berrnman, allotment 76, area tnrh of Won?a Wonga South Archibald Burnside, allotment 6, area p?arish of Tanakie _ th f C y k allotment 63, area 800a: I G 1 Jone~~ allotment 56 section A, - a parish nf Traralgon 9 rWhit, jnnr, allot. o1t, area 960a ,,I, of Tnolal East JOa e Fncis, allotB, area 85a, par II. . -t o H F..ar- -- - S hmre, allot. 66, area 760a elbr?tr Knight, allot 62, area 750T P of Tanl East 1, ,artin O'?eef. allotment 62, area 0 ea drird :efembs, llotment pt 52 In pariah of Tong Bong . E-HEARIN. )s J ame rfe, allot, 51, area 960o, pa. 1 ndrew Jolmhns, same land 1 hJom.n Part allotment 11,arnea -" p a.ris h of Boola Boola 1st 3, 7, 8, 9, 12 and 15 were re mended; lots 511, recommended, Ild ...

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BALLARAT [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 December 1886

LILLAR AZT (Froniour own Correspondent.) 11epeopleof Ballartt had an excel fett o?prtunity of closely comparing and decdins on the rival merits of 4eminer and midwinter last week. .tiedsie dar there wns a glaring sun, :.,ivht wind,and dust ad libitum, -"hicrhst;inato!i raised the thermom eter to 146G, and on Thursday a pierc iE; wind and showers of hail and snow torreit irh about 40". The copious rni tad fell will, however, be exceed lylleneficidd to the pasturage and err' which were ls.ginning to suffer ina the mcotiltued drought and healt. The Californian thistle seems to he sprdieJng in spite of thle efforts of the farmers to destroy it. Many" visitors from thei neighboring districts have been surprised to see large pat.-hes of this most noxious weed flourishing in the reserve of the 1dlharat Agricultural and Pastoral Society quite unmolested. Mr.-E J. Strickland, the well-kiowns aiosneer and produce merchant, had the saill on s of hJi ankle broken while playing cricket with his ...

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THE CHURCHES. ST. JAMES' CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 December 1886

THIE CHURCHES. ----- i S. J5str' CataRC. In the morning the Rev.. J p Walker preached from ProverI?1ivt 17-" I lovo those who love m?e; and those who seek me early shall find me." The preacher, began by pointing out that wisdomn in tho. text wna lersonifiLed. e pointed outthat thlre may be knowledge withoit' wisdom and that wisdom isaone of the greatest blessings ever bestowed by the Creator upon man. There are lives requiring heavenly wisdom. Those who love her are Ioved by her, Morning sacrifice waa stated to he a means of hallowing andc sanctilying the da?, and the congregatioxa was tirr'l not to desliise it--for those who seekl'-isdom curly shall find her. ller. wa?' nare ?ay:s of plernantness and all her paitlhs are lptae. In the evening the same. gentlemrna .preached from St John xiv 3-*- Ai? if I go to prepare a place for you, I will come. agSain, etc. These words were spoklen to Ch.ist's disciples by Himself, and they re, ceived the news sorrowfully. They were slow to believ...

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PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 December 1886

" PAYMEN~TS. Traalgon :-T. Mitchell, J. P. Ment gomery, D. Woodhonse J. Murie. H. Hampton, J. A. Muirhead, J. Gilsenan, C., o.1.rr y.. MIorwell:--J. K Buckley, D. S. Graham, R.- Date, W. Richards, F. Nicholl, J. Caldwell, W. Bredi, L. Scar lett, C. P. Nind, J. Sherman, A. Daver. RTisedale :--J; Green, T. D.. Atlins,. R. Goodwin, T. Feely. A.letter was received from the well known Ballarat identity "Joe the Bellman," in which he states that he is once more thinking of c.sming to Aus tralia, as he finds the ho.ne climate too inclenment. He will bring with him a new organ, without which his many old friends would feel that he had left his " better half" behind.

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 December 1886

RECEIPT' AZi? PAY OFFICE LEASES. P. Gorman, N. Stev&saun, C. OConwnr, H. G. Br gs J. Bermningham, a. Crisl, A. Don, Julnr., J. Dwyer, J. Frazer; . A. Fisher, W. S. Guthrie, Patrick Gor man, J.. Geale T. Hughes, F. W. Hum. phrey, J. Hasthorpe, W. Hardy, E. Keogbl H. Kjergnard (2), Walter Mautir W. Moore, A. F. M'Donmld, J. Pryde R. Riggnll, C. Smith, E. L Simimona. J. Sheills (2), P. Whelan (2), G. Whalley, senr., H. Whittles, Patrick Whelan, (2), G. Whalley, W. G. Henshy,. H. O. Pet tavel, J. Healey, T. Pratt, G. Bell, J. Wilson, H. Veon, J. Beale , GRANTS., R. 1. Chepiell, R. a. Deduan, J. Evans, W. Gould, F. Handley, G. Hollier, J. Hing, T. M'Namara, A. Nadenbousch (2), Thomas Needham (4), T. Newman, E Pentridge, W. Russell, P. Saxon, E. Scarlett (2), W. Scarlett, C. Silc~ck, O'Gorman, H. Hampton, J. M'Cartb, P. T. S. Rintonll, R. Wilhs, John Dodl, F. W. Humphrey, W. H. Veen, W. Widdis.

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COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 December 1886

CO ~1.n11EJ1CLiZ1 TlAT.R O A Tc N MAKETS. `; PRODUCE REPORT. cesra Marriage, Orr, and Co. report : We held weeklvale of pnxluce. &ec., in our mart ca Satunday. Good demand for poultry ducks, 31,l per pair ; ganrde p.ai Id per b., beans, d pr l .., We also sold a laInrge Msiortmuet of furniture and auidries at usual ++

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 December 1886

FAULKNER & CO., MANUFACTURING JEWELLERS, LONDON AND PARIS. THE TALK OF MELBOURNE. FAULKNER'S CELEBRATED DIAMANTE DIAMONDS 1 DETECTI'4 FAMOUS AURANIAN GOLD AND SILVER JEWELLERY IMP03:I3LL FAULKNEWS DIAMANTE DIAMONDS are known all over the world as the firnert ac:trtins r evr pored yr perte~tliywte. nod EMIT ALL THE DRILLIANCY AND REFRACTIVE POWER OF THE REAL GEM, and are the only artiialn diamonds impereious to the ation of water or light Ther wihearromarisn ideby?de with the moot SUPERB BRILUANTS OF THE FIRST WATER. FAULKNER'S AURANIAN COLD AND SILVER are PATENT metal., and are admitted the mont -enuine ae~hti?tae for REAL GOLD AND STERLINO SILVER. The ditincglihing charactrietic of Jewellery ,ate. AnAmnia metalis,. RICHNESS OF COLOUR TnHROUSNOUT, BRICHT SHININC LUSTRE, AND EXQU I SITE FINISH, sehnwie none of that mrow-hen obserrllce in the tany cheap make now on the narlet. AuManian Jewellery may be thoroughly relied upon tl wear; experla paitively cannot tell it from the r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 December 1886

The best medicine known is SANDER and So?"s EvCALYPTr ErrRACT. Test its emi. nent powerful cffEcts in conghs, cold-, in nluenza; the relief is instantaneous.. In serionuscases. and anecidents of all kinds, te they wounds. burns. scaldings.hruises.spraind i is the safest remedy-no swelling-nq iu flammation. Like surprising effe.ts pim duceit in crouo. diptheria, bronchitis in tlammation of.the lungs, swellings. etc.: diarrhoa. dysentry. diseases of- the kidneys and urinary organs. In use at hespitals and med .cl clinics all over the globe; ptrmnis`i by His Majesty the Kingof Italy; crowned with medal and diploma. at" Intcrnatio:al Exhibition, Amsterdnam Trust in this. ap proved article, and reject all others.-ADT;. W arted. - W ANTED. strong, useful Boy. able to milk. Apply tECORD Office. W ANTED- -50 Ladies and Gentle rt men to call at ML M'Farlane's Hairdressing saloon, Franklin-street. Haircutting and Shaving Gd. S or ? le orr: We Let. F?OR SAL.E.-Amcrican VWanm, Horse and Harness...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, Dec. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 December 1886

EUROPE.-X TELEG'RAJI.S. (From M3elboiiiie pipers.) London, Dec. 2. It is reported that the French troop ship Algiers, hound for Chandernago.e, India, lis ;:foundered in a cyclone. The report, however, has not been con finmed. - The shares in the Northumberland Land and "Coal 'Company (New South .'ales), the capital of. which is £200,000, have .been subscribed for' five timnes over. -The: Mount l Britton (Queensland) Gold.Mnining Coniiaily, with a capital of £135,000, has beesregistered. -..he.fro:en mutton- by the " R.M.Q. Potosi from Melbourne, Oetoter 15, is selling at 4d per lb. . London, Dec 3. . An extensive fire broke out' at an early hour' this -morning in Knighit rider-street, London,.?C.. and-in spite of the efforts to sublue the, flames, an entire block of buillding' was destroyed and the interior of a church completely gutted.. " Ps loss is estimated at fully "100,000. SMr John .Morley, .M.P. for New castle-on-Tyne, late'. Chief Selretary for-Ireland;s who is now otil a p...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 December 1886

Pn.-:. i?flS-.iL Ciit'-a?J - O(ifSunday morning Mr. A. H. M'Don. ald preced fromu 3rd oh. of Johli, 16th verse-" Forl God asoloved the world that Hie gavO His only begotten Son.etc". ' The preabhdr said : On studying the gospiel of John tho firstthought. that attracts us iit ris epistle writing is the great love of God. To those seeking Christ, fqhn's- gospel is specially comforting.: God is loie, but lie is ilso just. "When the sun. shines oiit: brightly all smture seems to rejoice, but whon the storm comes we are glad to nrur. for shelter, and this great ,e is. our erf it-i~i time of atonr? W; in'.far off we ear' but diImly see the light: of this lIve, asid it will always be so if we remain dis tat, but if we apl roach the lig4it we shall he able to read God's word and will clearly.. The'text also tells us that. ;od loves us arid lusvan abidin, interest in us. Whei wwd wandler from Him He sends His thun dorings and lightnings. to bring Is lack, God's chosen people hadl to endure g...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE TEETULPA GOLDFIELDS. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 December 1886

. "'R- WRESPIX'DE. CE.. -THE T¶rE TULPA GOL)FIEI.DS: ' the t ditoof hi Trarlgo' p. erd. Sir,-It may be of interest to some of your many readers,. and pei'chatxn SaVt mtuchl-hard toil n- a A- ieelsu--.ipCn?M t' parties intending to proce?d there, tohear soumething nboitt thenl- I have just rC turned from thenceafhd I would j"Y 1 all, do not go -t present, there ,whi en time enough treo sonth5 h?nce, vit the weather is more fully deyelop? {t present it is extreniely hot there, and t-w omhbination of heat, flies, dust and sl"TBo water supply3 vake thei:liinate1 ry trful inleed; in fact it is worth a l?T"u '" gold per week to live there at all, t1 say nothing of the chances of having tm do and bear all for nou?cht. That there n ll be great tinds 4 gld .there 1 have 110 doubt whatever, but at present no to, tarily weak'party has any chance at al",. for the gold now being found is but , small patch, and, ofoourae fully taken °'1 so that parties going now have sniply to go out any number o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 December 1886

Auction,. MARRIAGE, ORR, AND COY. STOCK AND "ESTATE AGENTS, lHE:AD OFFICE--TRARtAIeGOVN IVE cardul attention to all Bliness entruatel to thtm. Periodical .arkets Traralgon. Morwell. T?ngabhie. ?ntrnrean. llirboo, Trmflgtr- Land anmdClcarlngSaltsd pn.r.criy cwninclmL. \ VAl.UATIOXS made. LOANS uegtiated. and Life- and Fire IN ULI.ANCE effected. AGINTSS FOIl National ofw .et.annd.Pir Insurance Co C?,nial1 Mutual Fireand Li. insuranceCo. New York Lik* Insrance. Co. Evw 7-?t~In4d Mcrcuantile .gency Co. AUcr?eONET Mu. J.CKlSON ORR. & aIn,.Cl1.s, SO3I.I'lRS, N '% T I . o - NEW WEElY M3ARKETI-," LEARRI?AGE, AORP1 CO. beg to acquaint the r onstituent-andthepubllegenen rally that they haCi ctctedat . 3W M ART. clhei to their offices in Scyoil E-sfivete 'Tra rtag,n. for the purpose of estal,lishing a rcely produce mnarket to be held every Sat unlav at I I -.insharp. Farmers and others wishing to send in pnnce, ; e.. fir 'thlele -les can do so any. day during the week. Grain. vye?tahle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 December 1886

Neville'S Grand' Junction Io te AcknoVledged to be the .Leading Hotel it the district. I,\ I" i ... . I IIt1 .11 Y ID 1I I --I "- i~iTliBL~`i·~-SZR~e~~iYi~,'~;~' ~-- ,, .-~I ~·' '· r· ~·'~LTi~ ~~U PP· ~N~-YR~I ----U Wcdding ld Exclrsion iPartles provided for, Hot o nd Cold Ilatlhs. ]IILL rDH (one of Alcock's best.) T :p": rm k- fOlr .mm-rcal i ravell- rs. Hores and Bgg-ies always at hand. Te' : rr, m!lr atterntt to,. PartifL patroniing the above hotel will receie Civility, Comfort, and Attention. Charges Moderate. CORNELIUS NEVILLE, Proprietor THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL. ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, DANIEL RYAi, Proprietor. st-class accommodation for Visitors, who will find the Commercial Hotel replete with every convenience. Wines and Spirits of tlh Best Quality. Billiard Table. Gocd Stablinr, Loose Boxes, and Paddock Accommodation. Hor1es and Bu;gies for Hire on most reasonable terms. THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARALGON, HEs now established its reputation as the LEADING HOUSE th dietrict, and the Pr...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 December 1886

0IdoEsRATY, t1iurrOsGRtESSlIV^." (Cubj sin v ;via 'lay & Fridsv itonraing.) SP:G .? D, E ; CE I?ER 7, 1886.: Nort rragrel. 0..some very "discour agin ti?46gi t hickln l. hinv. core i frair the Teetulpa "gflfl'ld, large numbers of.pirsonmsate 1 iti tthis.:eol or the eiance o e.ding at$y' tu?. I4¶ acolollihI' lhitnliaence. is to 4' effe? .at, eýty '-'itailable berth on the is... Konoowiar, whliiih left for. Adelaide on Monday' lIt, ias ?ooked some hours prior to theideiiarture of thli~6 ~\iland so eager :.Zere several persons %'hlio had:'iiot- secured their plassage. before "tlib sMieling of the steamer to reach the field as early ks pbossible that.t!bey embarked on board of her in-the hope. of beiig able to secure accommodation somewhere on the deck, but they were disappointed, anll:1ihd to be taken' ashore at Wil liampstown, . ailthoigh- they readily lproffred more than ithe anlount of the fre.- -The. South Australian, which left DMell);uine bii Saturday, took., 28Q 'passehg...

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PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 December 1886

PAYMENTS. Traralglon -T. Mitchell, J. P. M~~nt gmcery, D. Wiodhnuse J. Blurie. II. Hampton, J. A. l~Muirhead, J. Gilsenan, C. Mallr: y. lorwell :--J. K. Buckloy, D. S. Gnlham, I. DaLte, W. Riclmrds, F. Nicholls, J. Caldwell, W. Bredin, L. Scar lett. C. P. Nintd, J. Sherman, A. Davey. Rsedal :--J. Green, T. D. Atkins, 1t. Goodwin, T. Fecly.

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