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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 December 1886

RECEIPT AN1D PA Yl OFF'ICE LEASES. P. Gormran, N. Stevenson, C. O'Connor, H. G. B3riggs, J. Berminghan, HI. Orisp, A. Don, Junr.,J. Dwvyer, J. Frazer, H. A. Fisher, W. S. Gnthrie, Patrick Gur man, J. Geale, T. Hughies, F. W. Iunm phrey, J. Hasthorlpe, W. Hardy, E. Keogh, H. Kjerg?ard (2), Walter Mautin, W. Moore, A. F. '3Donald, J. Pryde, R. Riggall, C. Smith, E. L. Simmons. J. Sheills (2), P. Whelan (2), G. Whalley, soer., H. Whittles, Patrick Whillan, (2), G. Whalley, W. G. Ilensby, 1I. O. Pet tavel, J. IIealey, T. Pratt, G. Bell, J. Wilson, H. Veen, J. Beale. GRANTS. R. M. Chepnell, It M. Derham, J. Evans, W. Gould, F. Handley, G. Hollier, J. Hing, T. M'Namara, A. Nauhenbouseh (2), Thomas Needham (4), T. Newman,, E. Pentridge, W. Russell, P. Saxon, E. Scarlett (2), '. Scarlett, C. Sileock, O'Gormlan, H. Halmpton, J. JI'Carth, P. T. S. Rintonll, R. Wilhs, John Dodd, F. WV. Humphrey, W. H. Yeen, W. Widdis.

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 December 1886

(Frn our Usv,a w.Jr*s1apondeat.) The marble quarry lneUr the Thom-u son -River, W\\all:;a.a road, is about to be started, somao ent-erprising Mel bourne capitalists having. inspected it daring last week, these gentlelnael Ibeing well satistied with it. It will bIe rlellemlllberd tlat this quarry was nielnel up some years ago, hut owing r a railway being no nearor thaln laa-rialgon, the work was inot perse vered -sith as the expense would have blenr too great. lessrs Lincola and Humlphries, storekeepels, who hav:e cau-ied oil business here for twelve months, are well satisfied witlh the town and dist rict. They are doing a larger businless thian any of their predecessors dil. A vist to their shop during the evening would satisfy any pe.son ats to the briskness of the busilness doing. WVhat has become of the petition tha:t was to be run for signaltures ill in favor of soveran:lce H;as it died a na:ttur:al death 1 It is to be hoped not, as it will no doulbt set this allach dis cussed q...

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FARM PRODUCE REPORT. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 December 1886

FARM I P'ODUCE REPOI?'. Wednesday. M'Grath, Son and Co. report: Cheesc:-Prime loaf, to 6jd p-r 1L; medium, 41d to6d per lb.; large size. -.i t.,,r: perlb.; mediumn,4dto sd per lb, Fl I:uat-. ter.-Prime dairies, to Is Ifdperlb ;,rnl:n:ar lots, 9d to lid per lb; lumps, to Is per lb; casks, fresh, to Sid per lb.; potted, ,,. to 8d per lb; medium, 6d to id; ini r:.,,. 4d to 5d per lb. Eggs, to lld Ith }:r ,i" c, Hams.-Prime factory cured, to 9d p?r :,; farm, to Sd per lb. Bacon.-Fact,r:. r,. SId per Ib; farm, to 8d per lb. Ca're:..: pork. 3d to 5d per lb; lan?. 5d to, 7 t : Ib; honey, bush, to 3Sd per lb; p?rime . deu, to 4d per lb; beeswax, to I,'1 r li . fowls, as to 4s per ipar; duck-. :, 4I Gd per pair; R.eese. S.1 ; to s . d 1,.r t p:.it; turkeys. 7s ?s to 20 per pair; guincaf,.. . 7s Gd per pair; pea fowl, 13s to :os p" pr. pigeons, to 2 J3d per pair; rabbits a?l 1:a;c to Is per pair. Wheat.-Prim:, t. ?s i.erbushel; medium, to 4= lid. Oats.--S d Tartarian,to2s 10d perbushel ; stou...

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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 December 1886

I)ARlll PRODUCE. M3'Caw, 3I'lwvrick and C,. r.ii.rt :--\' held our usual sale to-dy? andl aispot a; f,,. lhws :-Cheese.--Tlhe supply still coutitu, large, a d prices for prime matured range i from 1id to ild per lb.; new seasuoi',. make ranges from 4d to i;d perlb ; inferiorat lowH'c rate-. Potted llutter.-A large supply to. baud, and owing to the change in the weather prices wnre slightly lower. Prime ratngedl finnn 7d to Sd per lb., a few choice dairies at higher rates; inferior sorts lower. Frnei l3.ttcr.-Al!io ,t o ir usual supply forward and: prices steady at late r tes; isnfrior eaicr ;. half potunds r.ingcd from id to Is it per I1i;. pounds and lumps from 7d to Il1 per lb ; inferior lower. ;Eggs (regular supply), 11t to Is per do; turkeys, 10b to, IS ; gogee. Gi .1 t, 7s 3:1: lducks, 5s to 5s 6d; fowls, 4s tI. Os 'id per pair. By wi.e last night wet receieti the follIw int .-Pigs.--La ge market, st ec and luok pigs dull, bacon slightly lower.

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WRECK OF THE KIELAWARRA. Melbourne, Thursday, 1 o'clock. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 December 1886

.lIWECK OF THE KIELA WAiRRA. (By Special ,Vire.) Melbourne, Thursday, :1 o'clock. ,Alprofound sensationi wais caused in shipping circles and throughout all tile coiYfinluity' when it. wins known th.t another marine disaster hlad taken place, and 43 lives lost. It appears that froml the intelligence to h1and that the steauner Helen Nicol put into Trial Bay this morning and reported having been in collision with the steamer Kielawar:L off North of South SoliLtuy Isl;and, About nine o'clock last 'night the. Kielawa-rra sank in five to ten minutes after the collision. Tile captain and abot 25 of the passengers, and 11 of the crew were lost, also six of the crew of the I-Hel n Nicol, tile latter has had great damage done to her, her bows having been conipletely carried away. She sailed for Sydney at seven a.m. After transhipping pLassengers into the teauuer Australialt which also goes to Sydney ill comlp:any. The Helen Nicol is at small steamer of itbout 120 tolls, belonging to Jolhn Sic...

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TRARALGON POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8. Before Mr. J. Peterkin and Dr. Morrison J's P. A SERIOUS CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 December 1886

TR.RAILLG'OX POLICE COURT.. VEDXSESD.Y, DeL)CKtC: S. Before Mr. J. Peterkin and Dr. Jlor risont J's P. A SERIOUS CHIIANGEI Jaune De onoski, a latldy Irecelltl' Ipr forming here with a theatrical c om palty was charged on rctnanld with. larceny as a bailee of the sutm of £11 ,,n the 19th ult. Mr. Parkin prose cuted and Mr. Seajeant alppeared for the defence. The latter took the oh, jection that the iltfortnttion was hali' .ts it did not disclose the ownerlship of the property. Mr. Parkin quoted the G9th sectiovl, of the Police Otfences Statue, to .show that the inforniation could be amnetled. The bench 'ilpheld Mr. Serjeatlt's. view and ordered the accused to lte disoharged. FRANKI V IDECONOSKtI. This was all action brought Iby Matthew 1rantki, a contraetor to r'e cover £6 Os Gil, alleged to have been lent to one Sil Stathlam at the requeit, of .Mrs 1)econoski. .1r. Parkin appeared for Frainki,. and Mr. Set jeant for Mrs Ileconoski. The defence was at denlial of liability. The eviden...

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PRESENTATION TO MR ARTHUR WILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 December 1886

r r in last. whrlen ?" t ;r? 'rkini clerk .:t tihet an i::;a le the recipient ,1;.ctiful pi'ndant set in gold. t. 11 r. se.tot on belalf of r i`1e ",.aIs ?ys as a mark of .;,. TI, cmnpany, which r:kr : " -t :;a ý:ntlemtanl satt . ia int.lhets p?roparitl ,nh: her. 1Mr. C. Neville, as.;'in * his vice chair rjti iul ei-en doni to tlh pro: viLi-4l. Mr. Seatonl pro N !tl t r. 11Wills whan -. t ;?:o i' highly comipliLen ,, :ie terms., lie cnl '. ri'.; " : r. s lIh folrmallyv in kirng ;:r.11 n-a. d.1, irl in an ap .. r;:,nr th:n ked hi. fellow S;, r ;!,ir .. uniiestatian of .'·r.Y. plr, er" stcal the toast of I ibi'ay Em.IpiloYs" in a: felii i:. D u:rtld resIjilend to the t" Elia:ul r o?0ud the lihedth t.f • iiin ima. ter, to which .M r. t* :.-,ihaded on 3r. M1owbray's i": gentleman being albsent e Pras" was given by Mr. r at duly ackuawledged by Mr .L e.- tst was The Chairman ' .-I. i-, .r. Seaton, the coinpli _ ' ., : iCt- lgly acknowledged by 1. i.e eVtin, soCngs were .iy n:. deu-i by D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 December 1886

SHIRE OF TRARALGON. raNCIAL STATEMENT FOR YEAR ENDED 30Th SEPTEMBER, 188G. e aual Value of Rateable Property-East Riding - - 5407. CentralRiding - - £10,210. West Riding - - £12,806. Total - - £28,423 Rate of One Shilling in the Pound Struck 9th of March, 0880. RECBEIPTS & EXPEIJNDITTUE. ut Central Wtt oGeneral Ttal RECEII'TS. Bid iding i A..ENDITURE. Cntral t General Total Riding Itiding Riding Accouut ,.Ci in-ad - . .272 1' 0 '£534 11 0 £1631 46 C 0 1 0 l10 6 By fT.1yr r - £167 6 0 .1360 14 3 £388 10 0 £ 91G 10. 3 e7906 00 138 0 67031 1 438 11 6 aLs Plic ork - 558 6 1 3 10 1111 1 1 £ 275 14 4 ..i t - . 0 0 1315O0 910 0 25 15 .0 ,, Ratd Collector, Vaher,&o 1" -10' 0 li5g Renis - 2 10 0 10 0 9 10 1 32 15 0 S n n Sre r iY - 50 0 50 0 0 ,, Purchase of Roads .. .50 0 0 pa|,ulh.l' iaveS -100 0 0 10 0 0 110 0 0 ,, Compensation to C. Tavlor 30 0 0 lIc s?!a Spliirit Liceses 25 0 0 25 0 0 50 0 0 ", Conmnisen oil Dogs, Whity 2 2 0 SS s mterill Licenser - 2 0 0 4 0 0 - 6. O 0 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 December 1886

FAULKNER & CO., MANUFACTURING JEWELLERS, LONDON AND PARIS. THE TALK OF MELBOURNE. FAULKNER'S{ CELEBRATED DIAMANTE DIAMONDS DETECTIO1 Ill.U LFAMOUS AURANIAN GoLr AND SILVEn JmEWELERY JIMP03C:I3E FAULKNER'S DIAMANTE DIAMONDS are known an over the world a the finest il::tation ever prored. They are perfectly white, and EMIT ALL THE BRILLIANCY AND REFRACTIVE POWER OF THE REAL GEM, and are the only artidlcal diamonds imperdious to the acton of water or lihtL They willearsomparison sideby ide with the most SUPERB BRILLIANTS OF THE FIRST WATER. CAULKNER'S AURANIAN COLD AND SILVER are PATENT metals, sod are admitted the mnet tnislne msubtitites for REAL GOLD AND STERLING SILVER. The distinguishing chlracteristie of Jenerlery mealof..nraniaIn Metali,, RICHNESS OF COLOUR THROJ?TOUT, BRICHT SHININC LUSTRE, AND EXQUISITE FINISH, showing none of that roughness observable in the m~ny cheap makes now on the narketl Au?anian Jewellery may be thoroughly relied up3n to wear; experts positivel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 December 1886

Wanted. T?WTANTE D a copy of " The IRecord," con taining repost of Traralgon Agricul tural Society's Show, 1886, delivered at this office. NEALE Si CO. " TANTED--.fen to ring 100 acres of tim ,er. Apply JONATHAN TANNER, Calligoce. TANTED to purchase a second hand SHorse-works, for fou or more homces Apply at this Ollice. W ANTED, young Girl able to to ilain sewiin and light hlusenwori . A- ply 31 s P'E!EI.KIN. Smilk. Apply RECORD t flice. WT ANTED-- 50 Ladies and Gentle 1. men to call at 3M. 3M'Frlane's, Hairlrressing saloon, Franklin-street. liair utting and Shaving lid. For Sale or To Z.et. FOR SALE.-American Warg~m,. Ilorse and Harness t1ll complete. Good bargain. Apply "' Record" office. H OUSE To Let, fu- mroms. rent 7s id" Apply- W. GALBRIIITH, bF.nnklin-street. TO LET -9-roomed Cottatc.with 6 acres of lan , garder.unldergroun.i tank,andl every conue nience, within 10 minutes' walk of lust-of, e. E. A COATES. House and I.and A-ent. Traralgon. Tenders. TENDERS wanted for the wo...

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

COJIJIERCIAL. MessrsMarriage, Orr, and Co.report: At Morwell, Monday, we had fairsuplyc ?a. tlefoiward and sold nealy all lots; atty:. dance was about the same as lsst marker, t.d ericessomewhat similar. Milke's anr .rin5. ers. £4 12 Gd to £5 5i; suore cuws, it , t £4; stee s from £4 5s to £G ?a. vou::c. £! 19s to £2 s ; heifers, nmall, £1 Ist to £; 2 pigs, 12s to 22s, At Mlitroo W ;ednKa,. small supply cattle in, owing to inclc?.rt, weather. Springers at £ 10s ; store c, £3 l5s and £3 IGs; steers to £4 ts. NS. sa'es.- Io-morrow, weekly proluce marLe: Monday, usual cattle makeCt. A. 3Ltean and Co. report:--We :id a most successful clearing sale (in cenjunc::,n with Person, Rowe and Co.), on ac:cour. MIr. J. W. lnagan, of Flynn's Creek. I, suhmitted about 600 lots, for all of wl.ajl there was ken competition and sold at wo :; rates. 3Milch cows selling u to £10 p. averaging £8 per head ; ayreshire bn!l. £1 s ; store cows, £3 Its to £ 12s 6d;• hItif, £3 10s to £1; fat tres to £; hr, h...

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TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, Dec. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 December 1886

T!?-f.Lt- 03 c SJIIIZE COLUNCIL. WIdlntsdav, liec. i. The ordinary meetijn of the shire ?sadl ICIs held nn the :aoe a dlo i . "ti prsidhent, Mr. J. I dvhomh, was in the chair, and there were also present I'rs P'terkin. Vart~y, WValker. Kelle br, Finulish, Finuin, and Campleiell. M11NtTF-o. Th:e milutiri of the l:st neting L.et reald anti Tnnfirmrcn. The fo.llowin r lcttes wr read : Fran RlhecLle ('onncil. askingt in r:atioll as to till i?tlnllllt to 1h ex ild, ill thle , (nstmrtinl, of the bridge ft.r FirmnsI (',-e, at or near John Sit' .nnda::ry. -,Iceived. The re p.:t to e onltlplil with Faom the N:,rratn Shire Council, -smin, the Trlral:on Council to under dile tie erectio of a. brdge.-Re ikd. Fml the s?ane. relative to the bridge Sr tle T:trwia :at Jagoe's, and statilng '"dt; te'Narracan Council were wil •l to Ftsy a ftir sharae of the cost of - st,-:etnur. lult not half, as the: l d., W. no? t t Ia etess?itv, and would tt leteteit the N'"rrmcan ratepayers. Fr,.etn1r. I. Mollon,...

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SAM SILCHESTER. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY,* CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 December 1886

S.II1 SILCI.ESTER. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY,* BY NORMAN WAKEFIELD. CHAPTER XIV. Tii the evening of thlit Saturday, the Crayfish, after many hours beating up against an adverse wind, came to auichor at. the point of Rocheville. The captain had Iusiness ashore, and lie ordered a boat to Ire lowered to take him across. " Mr S Icliester," he said, " I must go ashore for a half-hour to see Blurier, will you accompany tme ? " I will with pleasure," Sanm replied, "for I have been longing to feel the firm ground under my feet once again." They then proceeded to the landing plaice, which was a large flat rock. There was only a gentle swell on at the tine, but neverthelsss it required a certain amount of dexterity-especi in the dark-to jump from the boat to the rock. The captain was the first to go ashore, and then lie olffred Sa;ii a hellping.Jand and piloted him safely ashore aldo. Mr lllurter, seeing the ship beating up, and expecting the captain to conme aslhore, was at the landing place when ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 December 1886

Auctions. 2IARRIAGE, ORR, AND COY. STOCK ANND ESTATE AGENTS, READ OFFICE-TRA RAL.GON. G IVE earfal atr:nrtionr to all It?'n trstru-itl to t:I·.m. Pericrlied Markert Trarnin. St.,r.rll. T.t. hl-,ie. .Nrrar:tn Ufra.o, Trafal tr. Land a I Cn at s raIe ,,r,.;rlyto,ndz :tet. VAIl.'.TrO.1 - r ?ale. T.OANS ucrtuated. and Life and Fie: IN Ui;uo.CE Fe red . AccTn zsEEtS : 31a. JACKSOC N 011RL & 3lR, CHAi.S, OlIMER:S. N O T i C E NEW WEEKLY MAHRKET. AAfRRIAGE. ORR& Co. I?-, tr. atluatirt 11 the r ,stitert anl lthie ublie.e2ne ra:y that they habvC ert.:cl a NE.l 31.:T. c.et to their office. in SPem :er-:ro-t. Tra ralgn. for the ipurle-- of -ta',is!tine a weexly prode-e mnarket t lto held ev*ery a!t prdayat II am. stlr. l Farmnr. and othlet wishing to .ýnd in Inralt, e. r,. for iht,, alc?s can do ai any dlay d:trizg the week. Grain. Teg~tablo. fru. itla. uterai.. portl try and furniture and effrets of evorr dI-. cription. The terms at this market will be strictly mae. Sate day, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 December 1886

Nevile's Grand Junction Ho te Acknowledged to be the Leading Hotel in the district, r?\111. .. .. 1.. "..11. l..a a' \". ýXla .aa~lva . 1a1 ? "ý1ý11a1 tý. 1a1ý111 ý1 a1 v111 1 1y( I 1111111111+111 111.tl uIZ7 WVeddlngnnd Excursion Pnitles prove" tMir. Hbt and Cold Iantlis. IILLIAnDS (one of Alcock's best.) ?,fMr: t.nmercial Travclers. Iorses and Bu,?gies alwavs at hand. T'c. -. nl'J!!r 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 RYAN, Proprietor. .tchass?accommodation for Visitors, who will find the Commercial hotel rep!ete with every convenience. Wine and Spirits of the Best Quality. Billiard Table. Gocd Stablinc, Loose Boxes, and Padd:ck Accommodation. Uent and Bu;gies for Hire on most reasonable terms. THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARALGON, i now aeablibhed its reputation as the LEADING HOUSE the strict, :nd the rroprietor, wLile thanking ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 December 1886

GORRESI'PODEXCE. To the l tor a of the Traraloon oe rd. With all due respect to the opineions of others I must nevertheless diflir with solle of the explrmsions conveyel through vyouir cludumns in ry,,sectiion with the rival routes of tramwavs to W\Valhtalla. As re gardi the lairzntueliIt blroutlht forward inl I tear of the Mie route, which are two in nunllm r, first--that there amr inexhaust ible supplioes of coal at the .Mo '.e supply the great deticieicy of feel at Walallsla for the windling, pumping, and cnshiing engi,,. Now, Mr. Elitir, I was for many vears resident at VWalhala, and from the earliet days of Victorian mllining to the plreenllt timea hare Ien con nected wlth mining plursmitS. Without any desire to disparlge th: FIo, c,-al seams, I assert that coal is useless for mining fuel at Willalhla. In the first place solme hundlreds of thou.a,,ls of polunds have been explendedi at Wadhalla upon machinery of the hlist and lmost approved tuodern type, and in each and every ec...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 10 December 1886

"MODERAI'E. urI' PROGRESSIVE." (Publishdl erc-. Tuesday l & Fidav morning.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1806. A nlscussiox of considerable impor ttence in its iharing on the procedure of municipal councils took place at the meet.ing of the Trnmlrlgon Shire Coun cil on Wednesdty l:st. CI. E.N.LlSl informed the councillors that informta tion had been conveyed to hi that at the termination of the previous meeting a councillor had divulged the iroceedings in committee, rand had stated that in connection with the printing tender, that an attempt had been made to keep advertisements out of a certain paper. Cr. ExsNLISI stigmatised such action as a breach of privilege in very strong terms und advocated thatin future, tenders should be decided in openl council. During the course of hls speech the councillor waxed very warmI ill his remuarks, and some smart personalities were indulged in. Several of thle councillors inclined to the opinion tlhat any disclosure in regard to pro:edings ill co...

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CONCERT AT TRARALGON SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 December 1886

COYCERT AT TRARALGCO SOUTII. A social concert was held at Traral gon South on Friday evening last, commencing at 730. MIr. J. Barton, who was voted to the chair, explained that the entertainment was for tl:h purpose of raising a small sumn in aid of the prizes of the C.E. Sunday school. At the conclusion of his remarks he called upon Misses Leslie, Fisher, Downie, and Whaley to open with the song, " Come to the home of our youth ;" a comic reading, "The adver tisement," was well dofie by Mr. E. IH. Smith. This wa;s followed by arecita tion, " Boy's rights," by H. Fisher, after which the choir ably rendered "Lulu." The humourous piece, "The Collegian and the P r.er" was done ample justice to by Mlr. D. Barton. The Misses Fisher, Whalley, and Dow nie were heard to advantage in "The harper." A recitation, "Come nud go," ws well done by F. Stanmmers, as was one entitled "Little gentlemen" by J. Barton. This terminated the first part of the programme, and during the interval light refres...

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PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 December 1886

1 Y'1 ENTS. Trnraron :-T'. 31it.bell, R.C: Gin14, D. Woodbouse II..T. lMtchell. C .trVlld Hampton, J. A. Muirhcad, J. Gilsonea, C. Murray, N. W. Frogley. MorMell: --J. K. Buckley. D. Grahamlno, R. Date, W. Richard', F. Nicholls, J. Gildw"ell, W. Bredin, L. Scaýr let; C. P. Nind, J. Sherman. Rosedale :-J. Green, R. Goodwin, Feely, Urcenwell. Free Libraries: Traralmlol, yarrace? 10oe, Glengarry, Rosedale. Willh i Sout MorwelLI Daalimurla and Toougabble.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WALHALLA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 December 1886

WALIIALLA RIPLE CLUB. The following are the conditions for Mlrs. F. . . Tricks' .trophy :--ccve shots per iman at each of the follIwinge ranges, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, and 700 yards (lst.and 2nd class tar4ets), s'booting to extend oer two days. Handicaps.-Allison, Cowl, Polking horne, Read nud '[ricks scr?tch, Brown 15, "itchell 20, Tlunison 20. Jolly 20, Lontil 30, Burgess 30, Colenate 36, Struss 36, Noble 45, MI'Neil 55, Cos tello 60, ,reloar 70, Martin 75.

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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