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DROWNED IN THE LATROBE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 January 1887

DROIPWED I THIE LATRORE. A magisterial inquiry was held be fore Dr. R. G. Morrison, J.P. on Satur day on the body of Frederick Coultas, who was drowned in the Latrobe River, on Tuesday December 28. William Wade deposed: I reside with my parents at the Bluff. I reached the residence of Mr. Beck at Traralgoonon the 7th December. On Tuesday the 28th the deceased, Fred erick Coultas, his cousins, Harold and Sydnev Beck, and I went to the Scamre bridge to fish where we arrived at about one o'clock p.m; The deceased went to the creek to bathe, he swarm about for a while and then went into the river. He swam up the river and on his returning to the bank I saw the deceased struggling. He tried to reach a stick but sunk. I did not hear him call for assistance. We could not get across the creek to the the deceased. I sent word by a man to Traralgon and remained by the clothes until the police arrived. I cautioned the deceased that the river was dangerous, but lie replied that lie could swim w...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 January 1887

EUTROPEAN TEILEGR4 IS. & (From Melbourne papers.) The .1Daily flews states that Lord Randolph Churchill will rejoin! the Ministry if the Earl of Iddeeleigh, the Sccretary of State for Foreign Afftairs, and Viscount Cross, the Secretary of State for; India, retire, Mr. C. T. Ritchie, the president of the Local Government Board, and Sir Henry Holland, .the vice-president of the Council, entering the Council in their stead." London, Dec. 30. The Marquis of Hartington has de finitely declined the offer of the Premiership made to him by Lord Salisbury, and he also refuses to accept the leadership of the House of Com mons, ts he considers that he will be of no more. use to the Government out side the Cabinet. It is stated that in consequence of Lord Hartington's refusal, Milr. W. H. Smith, Secretary of State for War, will assume the leadership of the House of Commons. London, Dec. 31. Efforts are being made to induce Sir-Michael Hicks Beach to undertake the leadership of the House...

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THE DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN NAPIER, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 January 1887

THE DESTRUCTIVE FIRE INT rAPIER, NEW ZEALAND. -4-~--. Of the extensive and destructive fire which occurred in Napier, New Zealand on the fo-enoon of December 18, the erew Zealand lerald contains the fol lowing account, telegraphed by the Press Association to the Argus: Napier, Saturday. The most destructive fire which has ever occurred in Napier broke out this morning in Tennyson Street. The fire alarm rang about 10 o'clock,* and the news quickly spread that the premises of Banner and Liddle, auctioneers and insurance agents, were in flames. - The Fire Brigade were on the spot in a Tery short space of time, but still the fire had got a good hold of the building, which was burning fiercely. The hose was proumptly run out, but the water failed. It was only at low pressure. It was obvious from the start that the building where the fire originated was doomed, and that nothing could save it from the first outbreak. A nasty south wind was blowing, which threatened destruction to many buii...

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SALE AMATEUR RACING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 January 1887

ILE AJIATEUR RACING CLUB The Sale Amateur Racing Club, a ently formed urganisution held tleir ~eir first racing meeting on New Year's y on the Greenwattle course near Sale. :e weather was delightful, but owing to munerus othee attractions the attendance was small. The entnes received for the diferent races were only few in number, and consequently the racing wasninterest ing. There were n, bookmakers present, and the gentlemen who run the "under nd over businzrs, three card trick, &c., Iso di,: not patrznise the meeting, mnsequently the proceedings were tame and spiritles, there being very little wagering. The races were all run away airs, the only approach to a good finish ing in the Riflemuen's race in which aMr. ilder, who rode the winner timed his run wit great judgement, and gained the dge's fiat by a length. The Sdle Amateur Rccing Club Handicap, the ncipal event of the day only brought t a couple of runners, and the race was ite snore han a walk over for The Earl, Der...

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FOUND DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 January 1887

FOUND DEAD. A magisterial inquiry was held at the Royal Exchange Hotel, on Friday, by 1r J. Peterkin, J.P., on the body of the man found in 31apleson's paddock on Thurs day last. The following evidence was taken: Dr R.. 4. Morrison deposed : I am a le gally qualified niedical practitioner, resid ing in Traralgon. I have erxamined the body of a man lying at the Royal Ex change Hotel. The body is in an ad vanced sante ofdecay. I did not see any external marks of violence excepting a small scratch on the under side of the right waist. The heart and' lungs were very much decomraosed, but from the cavity of the chest being full of blood, 1 am of opinion that the deceased died from rapture of the aorta. The features of the deceased were quite ntrecosgnisable from decomposition. - By Constable MA'KaIne: I am of opinion the deceased has been dead from four to seven days. He.nry J. 3Mapleson said : I am a grazier residing near Traralgon. I have seen the body lying outside the house, and reco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 January 1887

WanteL WTANTED-- 50 Ladies and Gentle men to call at AL 31'Farlane's. Hairdressing saloon, Franklin-street, Haircutting and Shaving Gd. WTANTED.-Horses and Drays and Hors d :vers for the Moe and Na r. mean Railway. JOHN ROBR. ' Faor Sale or To FLet. TO LET. -Z 9Froo d Cotta e,nwith a ansen Sof land, garden.undergroun I tank,and every convenience, within 10 minutes' walk of post-office, E. A COATES. House and Land Agent, Traralgon. tost and round. L1 REWArD.-Lost, dark bay mare, branded heart near shoulder,blaze on forehead. collar marked, shod all round. JOHN HAMMERLY, Traralgon. Meetings. A MEETING of the Committee of the 1 WaVhalh la lRailway League will be helJd at the Mechanics' Hall. Glengarry, on Wetd ticsday. January 5, at 7 o clock p.m. J. PETERKIN, Chairman. Traralgon, Jan. 3, 1887. Tenders. .TO LET FOR TERM OF YEARS. NILGIIRL The Residence of M1r Richard Mackay TENDERS will be received for the yea ly rental fora pc iod of th.ce or 5years. from the 1st February next, of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 January 1887

Stud Notices. To stand this season at Loy Yang. the Pure bred Clydesdale Stallion, " IGHRLANDER." H IGIILANDER is a brown colt, bred by the lion. Henry Miller. Heis by the celebrated Prince Charlte, horse Nugget. out of Julia. by Cowden Lad (imp). granddam Flower by Lord Itlackle?. by Blackleg (imp) g g d Gip, by Menzie's Clyde. It will be seen by the above peligree that Highlander is bred the right way to get draughlt stock of a veryhigh character, having the famous Prince I'harlie and Blackleg blod in him. He is sure to leave first-clas stock. Terms: £2 if led, £2 10s if paddocked. Grass free till stinted ; s s d per week af terwards. Every care, haut no responsibility. THOM1AS WRIGHT, Proprietor. To stand this season at Robert's Farm Loy Yang. HUNNTSMAN. TrllIS celctrated hunter was bred Iby Geo. .1 l visEsq1i. E. Tinama. lie is by The tGnd.lier.sire of Davhrid. Dalesman. Canmerine Dargo, etc. lie is a rich brown horse..stands over 1 hanids high. with sletndid bhune and ..u,ca.. ...

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MIRBOO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 January 1887

(From our own. Correspondent.) I must apologise to your readers for lly long. silence, but owing to the crowded state of your columns: of late yous will hardly have missed my smua-ll contributiom.ibut although I have not beeas able to keep" up, cpr.cspondence writh you Mslrboo has been steadily pro grossing, and its inhabitants are dpingl fairly well, conidlering the stateof the roads, for althoughl we.are at midsuesl fner the. roads.are not yet passable for bullock bteuns in, muNy directions. An it. wQill be eec th.us until' we. get the tram"way, when I quite expect to see this district go ahead "by leaps and bounds." Your readers here are very thankful that you published the Tramway Bill as?passed by; pa.liament at the eleventh hour, and I believe we may thank Mr. John Jagoe, the hon. secretary of the Mirboo and Boolana Tramway League, and our member, Mr. Groom, for indu ing the Premier to get the bill passed' last session, and which, I may say, gives entire satisfac tion to every...

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A MODEL FARM. AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 January 1887

A MIODEL FARM. AUSTRALASIAN. The priz iinuually offered by Sir W. J. Clarke for the best tenant farm in the Ballarat 'district gives rise to keen competition. The donor's own tenants on his Dowling Forest estate are the principal competitors, and for some years five or six of the most skil ful fiaumers on the estate have been putting forth their best efforts to win the first prize. Mr. Richard Grills, of Mount Coghill farm, has been the most successful competitor. He has only been beaten once, and now for three years he has held the premier position. Three years ago, when the competition was open to the colony, Mr. Grills se cured the place of honor, although the small number of entries outside the Ballunam district deprived this victory of much of its significance. The other comnpetitors have changed places amnong themselves fromt time to time, ihut Mr. Grills has so often occupied the leading position that he may congratulate him self upon having shown special merit in his system ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 January 1887

auctions. MARRIUAQGE QR, AND COY. FTOOK ANEQ ERFATE AGIENTS, I EAD. OFFICE-TRARALGO.N. IVE catreft attention to all Business ent?istoed to them. Periodical Markets Waranl,,o. 3Ionrcll. Toonghblie, Narraenu. Mirbio, Trafalgar. Land and Clerjqrg Sales properly cn(ducted. V. L.UATIONS made. LOAN'S negL,tiated.:and Life and Fire IN UlRANCE effectel. AGENTS FOn NntionalofNgewyZeal.atLEire hTsur?ne Co .olonW 3iutittlFii reaid .i&: Insurance Co. Newir 1'rk Life Insurance. Co. New Zealand Mercantile Agency Co. ScfJaOS EElnn: MI. JACKSON 0UR. SM3. cOIAS. SOM331BRS. TRAFALGAIR, WED. JANUARY 3. ARRIAGER, ORR & CO. swill aell in 1M uon~u and vt'S ya drqt 1p.m. Cattle Iiorses, Pigs, smudrics. N.B -Durlne the summer months we w~ll old . sales first Wxednesdat in each month, at Trafalgsar TRARAL'ON, MONCDAY, JA . 10. -~RRIA .1E qRR & CO., hill sell- 1 CQ. and. I leifer (,gocd) 10 -2 yr old Steers (peddics) 35 21 and 3-;.-old Dairy Heiferst nic colors and;. gool lot 12 W~ork...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 January 1887

Neville's Grand 4Junction Hote nAckniodl ed to be tbo oeadinle Hotel in the i1istict,. rnams promp de tot. Parties patronising the =above hotel will receive Civilitf ort, and Attention. Charges Modeirate. CORNELTUS NEVILLE, Proprietor PHE MO ER1CIAL HOTEL, ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, DANIEL BYAN, Proprietor. c. " ." r a oI:t: -,\'r ' : i7I .:-, r . ! , iill find te Commercial :lei rePi-e with 'werb c ovmvenc.: ce. 41:.1 . e.1 the Bes,. Qualit. illi.; -Td 'fabl . . u ' a.ng ~.se , <t4ic rP 'ock A ..CI`nc- . . io.: ne:. . . , eb and - La fo- t 2-r " mo st m asb - tab " e ?. . ..w aile t - gt .th- - abl?ic t thdc past Drgshzyt;- s @o-. ," in .u?r?e.,, - ·-. v_ - 'i1100, -o- • v . hery -Drap:ry' - ? " - 3!6isý'r- ? 'o ;:?- . .,. , - " Stationery. A"-?UOLI: ST :" r . A .AL o I0N, !.i::E vihes o her fiends nd'th.. bii -tat ral y to know. that she h.e jes a la.: and new aorlinen, of I?aoionabaE and Seasonable GQwod. Ia i opa c'teo is I'.v iil . Rai i a, ? ote1,.. S BOOLARA. ./ J. ...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 January 1887

".UODERATE, eIur PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tucs:lay & Friday moring.) TUESDAY, JANUARIY 4, 1887. THAT mining operations in Gippshnd have reached their fullest develop ,slent no person will attempt to assert, for witl% the exception of the Valhalla mines very little work has been done towards bringing to light the mineral wealth of which the cursory examination madefromn time to time have shown mnist exist throughout .the various parts of Gippaland. The in. perfect attempts at prospecting which have been made fully impress us with the fact that the resources of the dis trict in gold and coal, the latter es pecially, are large and important,, anR that industry and enterprise are the only things required to place several of the Gippsland districts in the front rank as mining centres. We notice that during the past nionth or two the muni ipal bodies have b.een bestirring themselves with the view to securing such a share of the prospecting vote as shall go in sonic appreciab...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

EUtROP EA TEL EGRA.ilS. (From Melbourne papers.) London, 5th January. The report that an alliance had been entered into between Russia and Germany is vehemently denied. The Russian ironclad cruiser, Dmitri Dcnskoi, one of the finest war vessels belonging to the Russian navy, has left for Smyrna to ship a crew prior to proceeding on a cruise to the Pacific. The Dmitri Donsoki is a vessel of 5706 tons, 7000 horse-power, and crying 16 guns, 2 of 8-inch, and 14 of 6-inch calibre. The Sultan hs sununmoned MI. Zan koff, the leader of the pro-Russian party in Bulgaria, and who took a prominent part in connection with the deposition of Prince Alexander, to a conference relative to Bulgarian nflairs. The Emperors of Russia and Aus tria have exchanged cordial New Year's greetings. New York, Jan. 5. A disastrous r.milway collision, in volving great loss of life, is reported to have occarrd yesterday near the town of Titlin, Ohio. A passenger train and a goods train collided(, killing 22 person...

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TOONGABBIE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

TOOXGABBIE COURT. At the To ng dbie court y sterday, before Mr. Howitt, J.P., and IL Young. O'Mearm v Sun G.M.Co,, for .LS I s fid carriane if goods. Mr. Sarjeant for plaintiff. Onler for the amouit with 47s costs. J. D. fleywood v same, work and labor, £4-3So d. Older f:r aunount and 1o Gd cost.s. Same v suol, mroney paid £14 4s .d. Order. for anount with 47s cots. SRumemns v Pratt £4 -4, for a suit of clothes and Iecktie. Onlerfor onmomut and 15is iG.. cost. illi:ns r Lu Strangeo work and labor, £14. Order for amouot. Same v. 3I.Ewman, £; 12s ill for j'weery and a suit of clot'e.. Order for amnmit Ss costs. Robert Templeton summonsed Robert PIEwan for making nu:e of absive language with intent to onmmit a breach of the peace. It appeared that the words took place in a private portion of the hotel and was dismissed.

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

RECEIPT' A1ND PAY OFPICE LF .sES. P. Gorman, N. Stevensonl, . O'Connor, J. Nuttill, J. Berwinglham, H. Crisp, M'Cauley, J. Dwyer, J. Frazer, W. S. Guthrie, J. Galce, T. Hughes, J. Has thorpe, W. Hardy, E. Keogh, 11. Kjer g?ard (2), Walter Malrtin, W. Moore, J. Sheills (2), P. Whelan (2), G. Whalley scar., Patrick Whelan, (2), G. Whalley, W. U. Hensley, J. Wilson, W. Bryson. C. Cochrane, L. Marstou, A. P. 3'Donald, J. Pryde, T. Richardson, R. Riggall, H. Savage, H. Whittles, H. G. Briggs, T. C. Greaves, H. G. Salter, C. Smitl,, C. Mur doclh, E. Sanders, A. G. R. Barbor, W. Geale, W. G. Hensley, J.. Draflin, WY. Hensley, W. Rice, J. Charamn (2). GIANTS. 1R. L Chepnell, IL HL Derham, J. Evans, W. Gould, F. Handley, T. M'N.a mara, A. Naienbousch (2), Thomas Needham (4', T. Neiman, E. Pentridge, WV. Russell, E. Scarlett (2), WV. Scarlett, C. Silceek, O'Gorman, B. Hampton, John Dodd, W. H, Veen, W. W\iddis, W. Danns, V.. Allen, T. J. Cox, J. O'Connor. J. Peterkin, G. Pentland, J. Widdis, ...

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LIFE AT THE QUARANTINE STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

LIFE AT TIlE QUARAXTI.E7 " S7"1 TIONL. - The special reporter of the Age at the Quarantine telegraphs that Br Scudds, of Williamstown, is entrusted with the provision catering contract, a:rd his head oflicer testifies with somei merriment to the prodigious exploits which the third class passengers have accomplished in the edible department during the time they have been ashore.. It must not be forgotten that these 238 unlucky people had very rough fare whilst they were aboard the ves sel. Most of their food there was good, they admnit, but it was not quite up to their expectations in point of quantity, and, being a German vessel, many of the dishes supplied were quite unattractive to British pal-'ates. Sta tisties show that during the first day ashore these people engulphed 560 lb. of beef, over 100 large loaves of brend, 41- cwt. of potatoes, 10 cabil?ges, 80 lb weight of vegetable mlarrows, 1-7th part of a truck of onions, 32 lb of sdlt butter, together with other et c:terts inclu...

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SIR REDVERS BULLER IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

SIR REDVERq 1UJLLER I1 JREL.1 .VD. -=4·--- Accordinxg to the Uited Ireland a dead set is being made against Sir Redves Duller precisely the sune chlarater as that which has resulted in the tun ?pdorttion'of SirRlobert -i amil ton, ;:d thatjopurnal hopes very shortly to be able td produce unanswerable evidence that an extensive conspiracy, in whl'cl a prominent mmmember of the Kiildare-street Club and of the Irish Loyal and Patriotic Union, and at lerst one minor member of the Govcrn ment, are the chief actors, is on foot to "remove" Sir RedveRs Buller or to coerce him to alter hi courses. It thr:u quotes a long extract front a private letter dated from Shelbourne Hotel, at::rpred to an En'zlislh M.P., by a membler of theRony d Land Commission, in whlch the writer says that "Sir Redvers nillers, evidence before the commission wars 'excessively mischiev ous,' and that he is one of the 'emno tio'al Englislinmen' who play the devil with this unfortunate country." He thus summarises the ...

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MECHANICS SITE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

JIECIIAXICS' SITE. The followiungletter has been handed to us fur publication : "Mclbourne, 4th January, 1887. Sir, Adverting to the letteraddressd hence to you on the 16th ultimo, I have the honor to intimate that the District Sur veyor reports that he made a careful cx amination of the various sites proposed for a Mcchauics, Institute at Traralgcn, and that he considers the one chosen by the committee (allotmeut 5 of Section 23) is the most suitable, asit is most centrally situated, the ground high and dry, and well adapted for building purposes is of casiest access to the general public, and is also near the old site. I have, therefore to enquire if the committee is prepared to acquire the site recomtpendcd. 1 have the honor to be, Sir, Your Obedient Servant, W. LEvIEx, Secretary for Lands. To 1. C. JONEs.. Esq., Colonial Bank, Traralgon." Immediately upon the receipt of the above letter on Wednesday a special meeting oot thc'committee was held, when the mem bers decided. to info...

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TYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

(From our own Correspondent.); The Tyers State Schoo!- Picnic was held last Friday, and was a decided success. The weather being very agreeable large numbers turned up from all quarters to do houogr to the oce?sion. A long programme of races was provided for the young folks, and the happy smile on. each face toli louder thanq words that they were thoroughly enjoying the day's outing. The adult portion amused themselves in the numerous games got up for their entertainment about the grounds. or repaired to the schoolroom, and en joyed them selves in the mazes of the dance to the music of.thue piaro, kindly contributed by Mrs Fuge.. In thq evening the whole comnpa.ny- sat. down on the grass picnic fashion, for the se-. cond timhe, to a wholesome repast pre pared by, our local baker; Mr Al Noar, who cittered.for. th!e occasipn, amn I am glad to say.gave universal satisfaction. every description of food provided being excellentin, quality; ~ mpre ixr qifintitv and replete in variety, and...

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FOURTEEN DAYS' STARVATION [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 January 1887

FOURTEEN D AYS'" ST7'i R ATION The following is one of the most re markable instancis upon record of ell dulnuce under circumlstances of almos. unparmlelled hardship, Constable F. Moran, having been: transferred to Isisford, Queens]aud, left A.Arilalah for that place at 11 o'clock on the 2nd ult., and nothing more was heard of him until the evening of the 12th,when news was brought to Artihilalah that Morou; had not been blird of at Isi?, ford. The police officer at once des. patched Troope: Quin aual a blaok boy to find out what had become of him. On 14thl Mr Clark, overseer at West lalds, was informed that the tracks of a man had beemn observed in one of his paddocks, antl fromm the aimless manmer in which the tracks seemed to go round and about,tlho houndary rider concluded thiat the na:nu was lost. Mr Clark, with praiseworthy promptitude, immnediately started in search of the unfortunate,wherever he might be. Ta king up the tracks whlre the boundary rider had left them, Mr Clark...

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