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MORWELL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 December 1886

MOIRWELL RACES. Thom ,. ..ý f ;." "ttcndlrullCC ~t theC ofTf vry satisfactouiIy. The fllow:iu; the results .MIaiden Iiute.-Truelove, 1; i~ Peter, 3. Farnmers' Trot-Flossie, I ; Prilu' Gipsy, 3.. Iorwell Hnndicap.-1ec5Wi11t. 1 2; Amusemelnlt, 3. Nine st;irtwd. All Cnmers' Trot.-Darby liclll Jessir, 2 :.Tridcnt, :i. i B-ack 1 mce..-Brniwm, 1 Ki, flurry Scurry RacC.-Joe 1) u' i. Steplechassc. -S1;lhmrock, 1; l tssW1 Pony Thmee.-Flying Jack. ]. Consolation Stakes- Witou. Snip, 2. _

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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GLENMAGGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 December 1886

GLE-NMrA(GIE Tho following nrOm fl ereCin];s tm moo Dly's sports licd ont the Glrn.. riurottiult rcerrte Shicrficlt IIlautic:11' IS AdR-Il .--Hrlnllc nnn~utz"; ~' ·C~~- ý'ai ?l flopl, Step and ulmti ,II· ): .oft. I \':ittitg with pole: __ cllt't tilt. Si

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GREAT FIRE IN ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 December 1886

GREAT FIRE IN ADELAIDE, The Argus correspondent states: " A tremendous fire broke out in Rundle-street at about half-past seven o'clock on Friday even;ng. It began in a window in Castle and Co.'s drapery shop, quickly spread to the buildings on either side, and before it was got under the Aecademy of M.usic, Castle's drapery and clothing shops, Cunning ham's hardware warehouse, and Cor uish's jeweller's shop were glutted. The fire raged with great violence, and it was not got under control till after 9 o'clock. It being Christmas Eve the streets were erowded when the fire started, and when it was at its heigh t an immense crowd gathered. The damage to property is not yet ascer taieod, but it is known to be very large. Cnuninghlam's stock and fixtures alone are valued at £50,000. A quan tity of valuable goodls, and all the books belonging to thisfirm were saved. MTr. Cunningham is insured for about £30,000. A stiff breeze was blowing from the south-east at the time, whichl carried cl...

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MOE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 December 1886

1OE The following are the results of sports held at Moe on Bonig 1 ,' :B ahiden Plate.---Joeslh Wa?-'o? i Green, ; A. Bangbunce, 3. Iluoeing lugh Jump.--Jl. .rc'. Ioe o Hadicap.--J. (reen :ad 0 diviil .1 nd 2; Ba>lgbunce 3. Quoit Matcll.---H. G. Staf. Hurdle Rlce.--J. Watson, 1I; . Cl*'s Race.--G. ]l l ; . . T. Wt-Slo, ; J. Watssol, 3. LCdins' ace.- ay Go"don, 1; C-1anol, 2. Seck aco.--C. Faston, 1 ; . 1 2; C. Ourthay, 3. Boy's R ae.--G. IHr thorpcs Good,.. ;.A. Horrocks, 3.

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SAD FATALITY. A BOY DROWNED IN THE LATROBE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 December 1886

A BOY DROWNED TN THE LATROBE RIVER. A painful sensation was created in Traraldgon on Tuesday, when intelli gence reached the town that a youth named Frederick Coultas aged 15 years, a nephew of Mr. Beck, of Tr., algon, had been drowned in the river. The circumstances attendant upon the sad occurrence are more than usually terrible. It appears that the lad was a bookkeeper for his father, a member of the firm of Coultas and Co., King Williami-street, Adelaide, and was over here. on a visit to his uncle's family. On Tuesday last young Coultas accnn panied by Harold Ileck, aged 11, Sydney Beck, aged nine, and another boy named Willie Wade, went down to the river at the Searne bridge. They crossed over the creek and Coul tas, who is a good swimmer, went in the creek for a lathe. After a little time he remarked that the creek was too shallow, and he swam out of the mouth of the creek into the river say ing that he was going to swim about twenty yards down, the stream and then return- H- ...

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INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 December 1886

INVTERCOLONIAL CRICAET MAiTCtI -4- The intercolonial oricket match was continued yesterday, when the Sydney men made such a large score that their victory seems a certainty, a result at tributable to the inmmnense score of 239 made by Percy McD)onnell in their so cond innings. The following are the scores received by telegram last night. NEW SOUTH WALES. FInsT I\s..as ......... -22 VICTORIA. FrIrsI . ......ss . 267 KEW SOUTH WALES. SECO.-D I-.S-GR--1\'Donnell, 239 ; Ban nerman, 7; Jones, 10; Moses, 29; Rich andson, 24; Turner, 9; Garrett, 5; Marr 7 ; Eans, 9 ; Ferris. 5; Burton, not out, 9; sundries, 14; total, 363.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 December 1886

Stud Notices. To stand thes season at Loy uang. the Pure tbed Clydesdale Stallion, SrIGRHLANDER." Ii:FlLANDDER is a brown colt, bred by ji the Ilon. Henry MIiller. Iteis byr the celebhited Prince Charlie, horse Nugget. out of Juli. by Cowden I.ad (imp), granddam Flower by Lonl Ilackler. by Ilackleg limp) gg d Gip, by 3Menzic Clyde. It will be seen by the abhove ,,edigree that Ilighlandelr is bred the right way to get draught stock of a very high character, having the famous Pridn- 'harlie and Blackleg blood in him. lie is suren to leave first-class stock. Terms: £2 if led, £2 10s if paddocked. Grnss free till stinted ; 2s rid per week af terwairds. Every care. but no responsibility. TIIO11AS WRIGHT, Proprietor. '. tarnd this nson? at. Iobert's Farm L.oy Yang. Hi-U NTSMA N. t''1ltS n'lchrated htntter eats ired l, Gco. . ltnhis. Esq.. Tinamh. le is by The Gionh?lder.sire of Iridl. Ihlceman, Camcrine L? :~ :. liet is a ritch brown lhi,.estands mrnselc. lie has Inreal himselfa sure foal...

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WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 December 1886

WARItAGUL The Warrafgul Athltic Ct b 't sports meeting% on thre "-?,h n' T'he attendance eo both ct\ " fair, andthogl there e.re sEv?c?r ,i, in which there was room fr jpr, the arrangements "ere - o 're pro?gan 1U cllon vided b , nt.e wai anexeehillut ou. ELte.'"" different events well con eneralarrangements were Irvision of Mr. U. Bozall, 'r ied valuable assistance by ;Hale and others. During - Graham's Port Melbourne ,n attendance, and enlivened iugs with their playing. The e the results of the different FIRST DAY. -J. STEP. 4?jD JUMP. feet, 1; Lyons; 2. 5 150, 300, and 440 yards i20; 2nd, 27; 3d, £3. 1st heat-Nicholas, 18yds, vds, 2: Doran, 9yds, 3. 3radley, 6yds, 1; Folling 31'Kernan, 13yds, 3. nallaee, llyd,1 ; Maloney, :k, Syds, 3. at was not decided. 1st heat.-R. Nichols, ;orsby, 18yds, 2; Downie, ..foilinton, 17ds, 1; G. ., 2; T. Summers, 28yds, idlace, 15yds,1; Maloney, ick, lOyds, 3. Sf the three events.--Fol .nIey, 2; Nichols, 3. :1RPL RAGE 1i2). 1st, £3; 2nd, £2; • 3rd. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 December 1886

Wantald. W ANTED- 50 Ladies and Gentle men to call at L. M'Farlaneos. Hairdressing saloon, Franklin-street, Hnlrcutting and Shaving Gd. For Sale or To Let. FOR SAT..-American Waggon. Horse anl Hlarness nl1 cimplete. Good Aplly ** Record" oflice. TO LET.-The Grazing of tile Mill - Paddock, Loy Yang, 861 acres, for 12 months from 1st January; and the paddock known as Arthur Cole's, 318 acres, for sane period. Apply J. PETERKIN. TO LET -9-ronmed Cotltae,with 6 acres of Inn-i, ga.crdn.ndergroni I tank,and every convienicce, sitbhi. 10 minutcs walk of post-office. E. A COA'TES. o Hous and Land Agent, Traralgon. Impoundings. I.MPOUNDED at ROSEDALE by Mr Thomas Scott, Dec. 24 Bay eldling, brandld F over R near shoul der, and like pitchfork brand near thigh, off fore fetlock white, and white on hind' fet lock By Mr Ralph Williams. Dec. 28 Roan heifer. branded like , near rump and blo-ched, and like W near ribs, piece o it top and bottom off near ear, ant red neck. If not inrimnnd awl expens...

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[?] RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 December 1886

(G CLUB. iits for the I?ndicap, to ::neetig:- .- two miles. stlbs ..10 4 I .. 10 2 ... 10 0 Mr. T. Aspinall's br g Derby, 6 yrs, by Derby-Black Bess ... ... 10 0 MIr. T. Norton's b g Roebuck, aged 9 8 Mr. W. Halstead's br g Tambo, 4 yrs, by Album-dam by Masa niello ... ... ... ... 9 7 SALE AAt'EUR RACULG CLUB HANDICAP. Of 25 sovs. Distince, 11 miles. Mr. J. Pendergast's b h The Earl, 5 yrs,hy Wollomai-Princcssros 9 4 Mr. G. Da'is' bg Dexter, 3yrs ... 8 2 Mr. A. J, I'Leod's b h The Trader 8 0 Mr. A. Smith's br m Eugenie, 4yrs, by Parid-Smuggiler mare ... 7 12 MIr. A. Smith's bk g Nobleman, by His Lordship-Smuggler'sdaugh ter ... . ... Mr. T. Aspieall's br g, Derby, 6 yrs, by Derby-BlackBess ., .. 77

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SERIOUS CHARGE OF FRAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 December 1886

SERIOUS ClAlRGE OF FRAUD. At about noon on W .dnpsday some sensation was caused in clerical circles at West Mielbourne by the unexpected apprehension of Charles Augustus Smnyth, ii Wesleyan preacher, who was well known at Brunswick, where he resided. The charge on which he was arrested was obtaining by fraud fromn Thomas Retallick the sum of £3350. The warrant for Smyth's apprehension was taken out on the 23rd inst., and was entrusted to the car" of Serjeant detective O'Donnell, who, together with Detective Wardley, has been for five days searching for the person accused. The particulars of the alleged fraud are extraordinary. Two years ago, by his own account, Thomnas Retallick, a Cornishman, ca?ne to this colony, having about £4000 in his possession, which sumn he was extremely desirous of profitably investing. Somen time after his arrival in Melbourne he one Sundaycha5nced ta'isit a Wesleyan chapel, in which Charles Augustus Smyth was holding forth with attflctive eloquence. Beco...

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[?]RA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 December 1886

Sports were held un Boxing Day. - attendance of of the district. :son and D. J. secretaries, and were very sa 'ohnson-Boe of SVessers S. H. ian as judges. also rendered :r R. A. Burley, T. Jones. In ntained in the were arranged '-rincipal event ':eld handicap, Carious heats of 4 a:final one was Young third. -'d destroyed -inaing. The by F. Carr. as ta'cen in Shich was won - Theicadies' Son by W. S. ', the ring for " number of .on between h-e vaulting Sber;steejle S'rdlerace by .:?a which was r, afforded spectators. which came S evening. abandoned.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 December 1886

'!Uctions. MARRIAGE, QRR, AND. coy. -.rTCI- A NT> ESTATE AGEBNTS, ..,- r.CE-TRARALGQN. 1 Ai/ E art.',I: attention to -all BRiines I "T ';i . .: T 4 :iem:.'Pcrndinal.Markets ira:!:m..i :e ell, Toinlhbie, Nirracan. .lirb:-,. Ti;,-.,tr." LandaialCleharitrigSalhs ,r..,;rl7 cnn.l:ctd. VALUATIONS mnide. t-O)\A-S . t,,,,ic antd Life and Fire IX SURANCE efflected.L 4oRE-1 FOR- ,ational of New Zealand. Fire Irusnnce Co Colonial Mutual Fireand Life Insurance Co. New York Life Itisirance.'Co. SNew Zealand llcerannile .Agney' Co. .Arc.riotEans: MR. .ACKSON ORR, A 31. CITAS. SOM..ERIS. TRAFALGAR. 1VED. JANUARY 5. ARRTAGE. ORR & CO. will sell in - (ordon, and Cox's va dsat 1 p.m. " <ntle. Horses. Pii%. sundries '. N.B --Darinn the summr.r months we will hol.l sales fust W.ednesday'in e.h month, at Trafailgr. ' at A 3 M-LES-AN. CO. hare forpriate sale . areo unL r J. KMllheor. his well Ln.iw' orn ranlltmentl in lme of the best linsincE itani. in the min.n srct rt - .orwelL o ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 December 1886

ile's Grand Junction H ,wledged to be the Leading Hotel in the di :: Cmmercial Travell rs. Hlores and li-gies always at i :y attendtd to. Parties patronising| the above hotel .ty. Comfort, and Attention. Charges Mode CORNELIUS NEVILLE, COMIMERCIAL HO ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, flAIEL RYAN, Proprie -acommodation for Visitors, who will find the Hotel replete with every convenience. and Spirits of the Best Quality. .Billiar ' Stabling, Loose Boxes, and Paddock Accommo o and Buggies fur Hire on most reasonable E CLUB HOTE TRARALGON~, Sstablished its reputation as the LEADING -andl the Troprietor, while thanking the Public Stes them that nothing shall be wanting, in mn c~ac of ther p troaage. ROBERT MILL, PROPRI nd Bot.? on Hire. First-class Billi . Maef lii' lan in thleoec njsu of Mr KEESI "....- -..:blished ý-' tmtcla - Fancy Goods, St AT SRS. HORNE'S tkltI-RSTREET TRARAL ~--:( ):' friends and the public generally to know Us i e e1 := as?ortment of Fashionable and Seasonab INSPECTIO" IS...

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BAREFACED SWINDLING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 December 1886

BAREFACED! SWIIDLI G. An impu!rnt swindler has been going the round: of the tradespeople in this district acd has been pa tia!ly successful !n his operations. On Fri day night last the ndividual in ques tion, a man of respectable appearance, was introduced toilr. M ill of the Club hotel, by,a gnttleman of the town who appears to aire had no suspicions of the llans heiu? :sa-nthing crooked. .Oi appearing at the hotel the man: ' r.,re-s sented himself as Tlihori Yoang seiir. of Tambo Valler, and hi stated that lie had betweeln '30,b00 and £40,000 in thebamlk whknilie wished to invest in land in this district. His manner was so businesslike and taking tlat no one suspected that anythinig was wrong, and when lie made an olf~eib?f '9 om acre for laud at Flynn's Cree~ it was thought to Ie a genuine offe:r. (He professed to he very much concerned about a lot of cattle and mentioned .that he could not get trucks, ?r li e ac tually interviewed the station master upon the subject. His plausib...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROCRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 31 December 1886

*'IOlcr.IE. aLt 'r U n'OCiis k : (Publisherd cie y Tai 'ht & Fainl Ila,.ri inc.) FRI , 1^E.i: ER 31. It S -IIi algon Areivatui,:.i :> griteif" ,i :.vr??i held last, moith wa.s an undobti?l I succes., and tllyv demons.tateu the 1 .resources of the district. The .OaririCs were numelrus and their stani':.ris hi` h, and rite visitors could se. iSo-" far they were indicative of the immucrais strides our industries have made, arid the wonderfulimprovemelntsw~hich have taken place both in farming and stock raising, Yet there were several mat ters in connection with the display in which there was room for emendment, but the most noticeable defect was the absence of grand -stand accomno dation. It is true that the society is.a young one and its financial resources are not yet capable of a heavy demand being made upon them, but though this is so the sooner the subject is grappled with the better, and no more fitting opportunity than the present the beginning of a new year-could be ...

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A GHOST AT MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 January 1887

A GHOST AT lOORWELL. .: - An amusing little yarn has just reached us in connection with the editor of a paper published not a hini dred miles from .3orwell, wbich tends to shciv that that individual has "got 'em again." It'is said that during the festive days of the Christmas holidays our "inkslinger," like many another good man at that time, "went wrong," and under vinous and spirituous in fluence, became imbued with the idea that he had a family ghost that would not be laid, or in other words, that his house was. haunted-and his recital of the behaviour of the grim and ghastly visitant to his domicile, told in the graphic style characteristic of oneof his own leaders, filled his hearers with a horror so great that they naturally preferred to spend their evenings in Christmas jollities rather than venture within the boundaries . which were disturbed by " footfalls from another world." Then, though gloomy fore= bodings filled our hero's soul, he deter mined with the aid of his wife,...

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TOONGABBIE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 January 1887

TOOXG 4ABBIE SPORTS. The useal New Year's ?v sports were held on the above date on the ground at the rear of the Mechanics' hall. The entries for the principal events were very good. The races were run off in the Sheffield style, and the whole of the arrangements showed a decided improve ment onl previous years. Mr. Haywood acted effciently as starter, and Messrs. Semmens (2), Fryer, Humphris, Campbell, Martin and others in their several capacities worked in a very creditable gmanner to ensure the success of the meeting. There were present some 500 or COO persons, and the several hotels and refreshment stall kept by Mrs. Nicholson were kept very busy throughout the day. The finish of the handicap was a very exciting one, the melt keeping close together well to the tape, and the race was won by S. M'Donaldof Traralgon, with Cooper (a) 2nd, and H. Curran 3rd. The follow ing are the results in detail: TOONuABBIE HANDICAP. let heat-M'Donald 1, Dent 2; 2nd host-COapor 1, Setmorus 2:.3rd ...

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 January 1887

RECEIPT ANlD PAY OFFICE LEASES. P. Gnrman, N. Stevenson, C. O'Connor, J. Nuttill, J. .Bermingham, H. Crisp, M'Cauley, J. Dwyer, J. Frazer, W. S. Guthrie, Patrick Gorman, J. Geale, T. Hughes, F. W..Hnmphrey, J. Hasthorpe, WV. Hardy, E. -Keogh, H. Kjergeerd (2), Walter Marstin, W. Moore, J. Sheills (2), P. Wh?lan (2)G. Whalley senr., Patrick Whelan, (2), G. Whalley, W. G. Hensby, J. Healey, T. Pratt, J.Wilson, H. Veen, J. Beale. GRANTS. R. K. Chepnell, R. M. Derham, J. Evans, W. Gould, F. Handley, G. Hollier, J. King; T. M'Namarn, A. Nalenbonsch 2), Thomas Needham (4), T. Newman,, F. Pentridge, W. Russell, E. Scirlett (2) W. Scarlett, C. Silcock, O'Gorman, H. Hampton, John Dodd, F. W. Humphrey, W. H. Veen, W. Widdis, W." Danus, J. MitchelL PAYMENTS. Traralgon :-T. Mitchell, R. Canfield, D. Woodhouse H. J. MttchelL C. Wells, Hampton, J. A. Muirhead, J. Gilsenan, C. Murray, N. W. Frogley. torwell :--J. K. Buckley, D. S. Graham, R. Date, W. Richards, F. Nicholls, J. Caldwell, W. Bredin, ...

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TRARALGON RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 January 1887

TRAJMLaON RII LE CLuB. The followinig are, the re',llt, of the shooting for tlic Ladies' IJhruclet xnmc uQliI1 II'ýa. Tntll· J. Cerran 1S{ 19 I73 IT. . Wllac 16 12 171 11. Canrn H8. 22 170 E. W; Coates 116 II Ih A. 'Whitney. 113 42 1 10. C. Jones 1(0 40 162 J.Sauds 1P5 4. 169.

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