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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 January 1887
BIRTH. NELSON.-On the 14th inst. the wife of W. Nelson, Traralgon-a son. DEATH. NEWMAN.-On the 13th of January, 1887, &nbsp; at the Austin Hospital. Heidelberg, after &nbsp; a long and weary illness,. Samuel, the be- &nbsp; loved husband of Ellen Newman of Tra- ralgon. IN MEMORIAM. "Farewell ! Thou art gone to thy rest, Thy sufferings for ever are o'er; &nbsp; Jesus called thee to dwell with the blest, On heaven's all glorious shore."
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE LEASES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 January 1887
RECEIPT A 1D PAY OFFICE LEASES. P. Gorman, N. Stevenson, C. O'Connoj J. Nuttoll, J. Bermingham, H. Crisp, Mccauley, J. Dwyer, J. Frazer, W. S. Guthrie, J. Geole, T. Hughes, G. Dawson, W. Hardy, E. Keogh, J. Gilmour, F. C. Greaves, Walter Marstin, W. Moore, J. Sheills (2), P. Whelan (2), G. Whalley sour., Patrick Whelan, (2), G. Whalley, W. G. Hensley, J. Wilson, W. Bryson. O. Cobrahne, L. Marston, A. F. M'Donald, J. Pryde, T. Richardson, R. Riggall, M. Savage, H. Whittles, H..G. Briggs, T. C. Greaves, H. G. Salter, C. Smith, G. Mur doch, E. Sanders, A. G. R. Barbr, VW. Geale, W. G. Hcensley, J. ])rflin, W. lHensley, W. Rice, J. Charman (2), W. S. Guthrie, W. Rice, W. Geale, A T. .R. Barbor, E. Sanders, W G. HIensley, II. G. Biggs. GRANTS. R. MI. Chepnell, R. M. Derlhm, J. Evans, W. Gould, F. Handley, T. M'Na Inrm, A. Nalenbouseh (2), Thomas Needharm (4), T. Newman, E. Pentridge, W. Russell, E. Scarlett (2), 1W. Scarlett, C. Silcock, O'Gorman, H. Hampton, John Dodd, W. H. 'oeen, W. W...
FARM PRODUCE REPORT. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 January 1887
FAIRM PRODUCE REPORT'. Wednesday. M'Grth, Son and Co. report: Cheese:-Prime loaf, to GCd per lb.; gsedium, to 4Id p:r lb.; large size. 5d to Cd perlb. ; aedium. dto d per lb. Fresh But ior.-Prime dairie?, ld to Is 3d per lh; crdinare lot., Sd to 10d per to: lamps. Cd to S per b ; casks. Sd to 10 ' per h ; potted, good., d to 7.1 per lh; medium. 4d to Cd per lb ; inferior. 4d to 5I per ih ; eggs, sd to 101 per dloz. Iams.--P;imc factory cured, to d perlb; farm, to Sd per lb. Inacon.-Factory, to Sid per lb; farm, to Sd per lb.. Carcass pork. 3d to 5d per lb; lard. to 7d ner Ib; honey, bush, to 3jd per Ib; prime gar den, to 4d per lb; beeswax, to Pd per Ib; fowls, 4s to Gs per pair; ducks, 4s to 55 per pair; geese. 5s to Gs per pair; tlrkeys. 10s to 25s per pair; guinea fowl, to It' per pair; pea fowl, 15s to 25s per pr.; pi,,ons, to 25 Gd per pair; rabbits and hares, to Is per pair. Whcat-Prime, .1sldto4s per bashel; medium to - Oat.s-Seed Tartarian, to 25 10d per bus.; stout feed, to...
MOUNTED RIFLES FOR TRARALGON. MEETING OF THE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 January 1887
MJIOUNTED RIFLES FOR TRA1 ALGOY: MEETING OF THE RIFLE- CLU. A well attended meeting of the Traralgon Rifle Club was held at 3ill's. Club hotel on Wednesday evenir.g t consider the advisability of forming a mounted rifle corps in Traralgon.. Mr. H. C. Jones occupied tho chair. The chairman having explained the object for which the meeting had been convened, said it vans understood that Colonel Price had expressed himself in favor of the establishment of a corPe of mounted rifles here. 'ihe captain of the club had acted energetically lm the matter, and had secured many promises of support in the event of a corps being established, in. Traral~a. He (the chairman) - considered the movement was one which ought to be encouraged. Mr. Mill said he had been- in com munication with the Colonel, who'had asked the reason these was no mounted company in Traralgan, and Ihe infornme that officer that there seemed to be a considetuble majority in favor of in- fantry, b'ut they wanted to be uunan aU...
THE ALLEGED HOTHAM OUTRAGE. SEVEN YOUTHS ACCUSED. THE GIRL LOTTIE NOT TO BE FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 January 1887
TIIE ALLEGED 11OTHIII OUTRAGE. SEVEN YOUTHS ACCOUSED. THE GIRL LorrmE NOT TO BE FOUND. Very little has transpired since Wednesday to throw any light on the circumstanaces attending the alleged outrage at Hotham, and so far nothing has been ascertained to confirm the evidence supplied by the girl Walken den as to each of the seven young men having criminally assaulted and de tained her in Curzon-street from Satur day to Sunday. The police have made tile most searching enquiry as to the whereabouts of the girl "Lottie," whom Walkenden stated accompanied her to the cottages off Curzon-street, where the accused lived, and where the capital offence is alleged to have been committed. The police believe '-Lottie" to be a myth, and very serious doubts are entertained of the statements by tl e prosccutrix. A contenporary states " That the girl remained away from home all night and on being found nent day by her brother wandering in the streets of Ilotham she complained that she had been outr...
The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 21,1887. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 January 1887
-- "ODEutLuE., SEUr PROGR8SIVE." (Published every Tes~ay &Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1587. DUmRIS the past few months one of those disastrous conflicts between capital and labor has existed in the sBulli district, in New South Wales. The coal miners there, struck against a reduction of the hewing price of coal made by the colliery proprietors Sas unjust, the consequence being that the pits have been idle and the busi ness of the place, which has depended on the staple product of the district, has been completely paralysed. The s strife has been waged with consider able bitterness, and the attempts made from time to time t put an end to the difficulty by friendly c)un-el have ie ulted i failure, neither side making uany concessions which would meet Swith mutual acceptation. The eim ployers have sho, n a determine I spirit, and tried vari us mea-ures w:th the view of breaking down the opposition on the part of the miners, but aided by the substantial sympathy, in the...
THE NEW PUBLIC OFFICES. A FINE FILE OF BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 January 1887
I THE N'Eir PUBLIC 0Ficf A FINE PILE OF ltILI,? -. Few if any country towns cars l~» of such a fine pil of buildibg5s as i; new public offices at Tniralgn, ?li are with the exception of intentl ' fittings completed, and the gentleh 5I through whose instrumentality tl,! edifices have been built Iy the~ vernmnent are deservingc of tie w:rr% thanks of the residents of tcis Trj1 and district. The hb'ildi'as ,]a. were designed by tie (Gs?er". architects, were Legun in FelIrumr j last year, and those gentlemen are d, serving of great praise for the bi, useful as well as ornamcenta' structur planned by them. The edifices a situated in Franklin, and Iar. streets, and comprise court-house, and telegraph offices and sul-r?s?is the post and telegraph o:fices Ii the centre of the group of ,uildiz? and occupying the corner of the t5 streets numned The style of arc!he,. ture bclongs to no one particular ord, but is a conlin:atio:a of orders I rd: ing a result at once strikin- and r. nament. al. T...
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 January 1887
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS. Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. report : Fat Cattle.-1890 yarded, including one mob of Queenslanders; prices ruleed 15s higher than last week's rates. We sold 11 cows for M3r John Calvert, Bairnsdale. to £6 175 Gd, averang £6 5s ; and 10 bullocks for Mr Macfarlane at £8 15s. Fat Sheep.-We sold 130 merino ewes for 3Mr Webster, Mafira, Gs 9d. Messrs Powers, Rutherford, and Co. report:-Fat Cattle.-1SOO yarded, in cluding 280 northerners; prime quality was scarce, and prices may be quoted 10s higher than Last week. We sold 120, including 55 bullocks for R. Buchanan, Tallhngatta, averaging £10 s ; 2 hul locks for Patrick O'Brien, Cowwar, aver aging £9 3s 3d. Messrs. Peck, Hudson & Raynor report: -Fat Cattle.-Heavy supply, 1890, in cluding 280 from Queensland ; prices firm. We sold 250, including the Mount Battery, averaging £11 Gs, and D. Manson's at £9 14s. Messrs R. Gibson and Co. report : Fat Cattle.-1S00 yarded. Very few were prime quality. The favorable wea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 January 1887
Stud N'otices. To .?an! :;-a ~-."ý .r, Lbv Yanr.e thi Pr t "' ZGCL4,NDER. i, P tA.:,'*. 1.r iii:.., hr 1 H E Ti,?. l. H-urr .!i: r. Hc" 2.c Thh e -l?r' .:I Pr ;nc C.ar.--. - '-- : cý_-::. io }P..wer 1y 1,,,$ :??.,--- .7 1anaeL -mp) pe,_ Gip. y .L.=z - C". L-. 1: 2wil be --arv :,? " : *,- u.t.t::r~. I:t H':I:- :? k-r ?ctrati. Er-: c-:,--.. ?? -n :r .- fathii-r. THO3L?11 WRIGHT, HUN TSMAN 1 I e-IcL.--d -=- -. .-,d L G o. tiJ d : r._r 7r ", i[ri. I2th'-mmn. C -, lne I':_. H :- r, I fir-t . fze at t. -ih h A,-- -re .lPc --: -- ? c ' wi? a =? :.t?. EDWA.-D !OBERTS. T'. a.,-a' ti- s..,:, Uc - Fa= Dr.':in. :h. Th" 9 , .:, ^bd" 'ai ?,n. BO''"IE DUNDEE B " . Al 2,, ( i 1: , 7 I . 7 w.ock- ". T[ý n _ M h -,.: A -a. ,r r. Con, eo, w ln_. fr.^ :- ::c -`ti r:-m*n- Pcsl-m (Pin. r .f: =:Lsr 2--/.rh f -~s..n- (..(n of Pa ni-) ,s ., ' Iink . . -. . ... r .. ? 7 3n . i -ar fr "_ F= c 1h : j - _ z m:Lr ci1. _ek ne. ,,EI .sf a--: T?-c :. - : .. '. :i.-. , . i-) for "- i? , -, . T-I ??.,S ..--?:. ,..,3-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 January 1887
Wantod. : ANTED,--Torscs and Tip Drays and Horsedrivers for the Moe and Nar ramean Railway. JOHN ROBB. WTANTED TO SELL.-50,000o Brice, dclivered at the Raihray Station or privately £, p.?r 1000, samples to be seen nextCampbell and Price's, butchers,Franklin Street: apply FRANC1S HANDLEY. Impoundings. IMPOUNDED at TRARALGON. By Mr J. Boyd. 1 iron-grey cob mare, JB conjoined near nick. 1 bay filly, UII near shoulder like 33 near ibs. Trespass, Is per head, 38 If not claimend and expenses paid will be soli February 11th, 1887. JAS. DUNBAR, Poundkeel r. IMPORTANT NOTICE. W' 1. NELSON (late of the Traralgon "Record") desires it to beakown that in the conurse of a FEW DAYS he will es tablish a GENERAL AOENYC &Y COMMISSION BUSINESS , TRARALGON. ' He contemplates establighing a.bas?lnss that shall be almost universal in charm ter, and hopes by a strict attention to his business to. merit a fair share of customi. Fuller particulars in a few days. ILost and round. LOST or STOLEN a smo...
GIPPSLAND PROSPECTING BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 January 1887
G'l'PSL.AIXVD PROSPECTLI~ 1BOARD. The following is a list of the principal applications made up to date for grants to be considered by the Board on the 24th inst : J. Fieldhouse, East Brunswick, to pros pect country Moe and Mount faaw Baw. W. Quinn, Aberfeld, Star and Thomp son Co. Bairn?ildal Shire Council T:mnbo Shire Council. Warangul Shire CounciL G. Jolly, to prospect head streams of River Thompson. C. J. Lewis, Queen-street, on behalf of G:e NSrthern Co, Walhalla and Long Tunnel Co., TanjiL J. K. Smith and others, Deptford, on behalf of Great Success Co. Deptford. J. K. uickerton, Queen-street, on behalf of North Cohuens Co. Walhalla. Avon Shire Council, to prospect country north of Stratford H. Nickless, Collins-street, MountLook Out Co. Aberfcldy. Surra?.n Shire Council, to prospect Tanjil and Russell's Creek district. Bluh, Buln Shire CounciL E. W. Gdmnian, Tanjil. Narracan Shire Council, for £2000 for gold, £4000 for coaL I. Buchanan and others, for General Gordon Co., £5 ...
DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 January 1887
DAIRY" PRODUCE: 3: Caw, 31'llwrick and Co. report :-We held our usual sale to-day and report as fol lows:- Cheese.-Large quantity forward. and the market unchanged from.our last re-. port;. prime dairies ranged from 6d to 7td per lb; inferior and medium qualities, 3d to 3d ; small and inferior cheese very dull. Posted Butter.-Large quantity to hand, a great proportion of which was out of con-. dition: prime ranged from 7j7 to 71d per lbi; infelirrdull, ranczin from tit to 61d per lb. Fresh Butter.-r-ond supply, and owing to the good condition of most lots prices were higher; prime dairies ranued from Is 2d to Is 6d per lb. other qualities from Gid per lb. un r ads. Eggs (regular splvy). 10d to Is Id per doz; urke e, 7s to 17S 6d get-:, 4s to 5s 11; ducks. Cs to 4s; fowL', 4s 6d to Ss 103 per pair. [I r wire, last erening]j " PIG, C 'i"1n-riek and Co. repoet.-L arg e supply, ston in demand, pork tuer. I aeon steady at late rate.
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. THE NEW VICTORIAN LOAN London, Jan. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 January 1887
EUROPEAXI TELEGRAJ[S. -4- TILE NEW VICTORIAN LOAN London, Jan. 18. The stockbrokers on the Exchange are mwaking a combined endeavor to lower the prices of existing Victorian GCovernment stock, with a view of get ting the debentures for the new 4 per cent. loan of £3,000,000, tenders for which are to be opened on Thursday next, at a cheap rate. Financial authorities are agreed that the loan is certain to be successfully iloated. London, .Tan. 18. It is explained by the TInperial Co veron:ent that the object of the con fore.nce,. to be held in London in March or April next, is only to "tscertain the views of tio delegates upon political matters relating to the colonies, and that it is not intended to propose any new departures from the present status quo. London, Jan. 18. His Royal Highness the Prince of Wath s has fit:naly declined the invite tioa of the Victorian Government to visit Australia next year on the open ing of the Centennial Exhibition at Melbourne, on the ground that he ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 January 1887
Auctions. IARRIAGE, OR,1 AND COY. ,TOCK AND ESTATE AGENTS. HEAD OFFICEI-TRtAIALGON. f~ IVIE cr.nln st:eni i., :o all I:,:inr' t rnr:.t t..:hl,:t Ir'c.rdi ?l 1 Mark.t Tranmgln. M,,rwciil. Tonuabbic. NarnrnU. Mirb a. Tr-_:i.,nr. i_'!ni an 1 CI. rin;S ,-e SAL. ,n.-vis-, !. and Life ..nd Fire IN CUGrE I FO\"- -?a:ion:.of NwZ? s!?and. FirI~-=nrne CI. (, ,:.;:'i 21 tc ' Fi-:.:n Lifo lu=:cs ,Cv. Nýw- Zea.z-- a:i -:eau1ti. t" a-ncy Co. rcTIONEE.-: " . JACK'SON ORIP t& MI. CiH... O31MiE1f. IItARALGlN, SATUP.DAY, JAN. 5> I -fPI!aGE. Oi- .- CO. wilC adI ae S--r . tL ,:, a .i c:"o .r., picturi = fmam a re. c ande a,. r-od.ce o. TIIARALGO, MIOSDAY JAN. 24. I -- T - a of l . W~o.-i R 7" B ck" . Tack i:-.r yi R W _ . o --I ,le.r t .i .con 0 W--.inr8:oc,. s . inr' l n?-irion. T. k, cozl,. :,¢ .1 Trull, ni narl. TOON. GABBIE. DN JAN. ~!E . n, TAriLE. O-r " tk. will sri _ t A 'et.: e. O.: .,r G. fRloiso ,=r i. , cc . 1iL T.s-"r.t wI: -;i Buhin li mie:s ?f lCO acc" raiWa.. ,u4F. pi. i: of. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 January 1887
Neville's Grand Junction Hotc' Acknowledged to be the Leading Hotol in the l!stric Sample rooms for Commercial Travelle.rs. orses and Buggies always at hand. Te'e grams promptly attended to. Parties patronising the above hotel will receive Civility, Comfort, and Attention. Charges Moderate. CORNFLIUS cNEVILLE, Proprietor THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL. ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, DANIEL RYA4\, Proprietor. ist class accommodation for Visitors, who will find tile Commercial Hotel rep!ete with everv (onvenience. Wines and Spirits of the B. st Quality. Billiard Table. Good Stabline, Loose Boxes, and Padd rk A.-commo lation. horses and Bu;gies f..r Hiin: on most reasonable terms. THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARALGON, Has now establidhed its reputation as the LEADING HOUSE the district, and the I ropri tor, w tde thlnukin- the Public for their pas, support, assures them that nothing shall be a.sting, in the future,.t. secure a continnaoce of their patronage. ROBERT MILL, PROPRIETOR. Horses and BaOggis on Hire. ...
COMMERCIAL. MORWELL MARKETS. Monday, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 January 1887
CO.IIJERCIA L. MORWELL MARKETS. .Monday, Jan. 17. Messrs 3Marriiige, Orr and Co. report: We h ld our fats: sale for the year at 3Morwell to-da? . The attendanrce was very larme and the bidding brisk. A good supply of cattle forward, all sold with the exception of one lot. Fat cows, £5 17s G. ; springers, £6 ; store cows, good, £5 ; others £3 10s to £410; 3-vr old bullocks £3 15s to £4 Is and £4 14s-; steers, £2 195 to t£3 Os; heifer, £2 15s to £4 10; working ballock. without tackle, £10 pelr pair; mob of hor?cs from Trafdgalr, £G all round. We sold at ŽNarracan on Sednesday, and on Thursday (in conjunc tion with \Wmn. Hamilton and Co.) at 1Mr David Forsyth s, Hazelwood. Messrs J. English and Co report .--We opened our yards to-day, anud yarded 133 head, every hoof of which was soid, and. except in two cases at an advance on owner's reserves. "Yearlings, to £2 9s Gd; pen of 2' 3-yr old steers, £3 12s, store cows to £4 5s. ;c.
AN EXTENSIVE CARRIAGE FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 January 1887
AS EXTENSIVE CARRIAGE FACTORY. Now that mining matters are so dull in Sandhurst it is well that the city and district are not entirely dependent on the staple industry for support, and that factories of a various character have been established in the district. These factories, such as the pottery works at Epsom, the carriage work shops in the city, the powder factory at Job's Gully, the eucalyptus oil works of Messrs. Sanders and Sons, and the various other industrial establishments in the city and district, give employ- &nbsp; iment to a large number of bread-win- ners of families, and are also the means by which the growing generation are taught trades. Prominent amongst these industries of Sandhurst are the works of the G. F. Pickles and Sons' Carriage Manufacturing Company. The factory is one of the most note- worthy features of Sandhurst of to-day, occupying, as it does, an extensive frontage to three large thoroughfares, viz., Williamson-street, Myers-street, and Bull...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 January 1887
DEATH. HOPKINS.-On the 19th inst.. at his late residence, Boolara. Join Hopkins, aged 50 years; deeply regreted by his bereaved &nbsp; family. FUNERAL NOTICE. TIiE friends of the late John Hopkins late of Boolara are respectfully invited &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; to follow his remains to the place of inter ment, the Hazelwood Cemetery. The pro- session will leave his late residence. Boo;ara. at 10 o'clock on the 22nd inst, arriving at Cemeterey at abosat. 2 o'clock. W. M. TULLOCH, Undertaker, Morwell.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 January 1887
TIARALGON POST OFFICE. MAILS DEISPATCIIED. M31ELBOURINE and all intermediate ofices daily, 740 ,.m. and 5-20 p m. SAL:, and all intermediate otllces daily, 1115 a.m. and 7 50 p.m. fIEYrrI.LD, daily, 11l15 a.m. and 750 p.m. WALIIALLA, via Toongabbie, Monday Wed nesday, Fri lay, 11"15 n.m. Via 31ce, Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday, 7"40 a.m. GLENGA.IIRY TOONGAmInlE Daily at 11 a.m. CoWWAnn J CALLIGNEE, Tuesday, and Friday S"30 n.m, TreRS, Tueslay and Friday, 12"15 p.m. Wanted. T ANT-ED TO SELL.-50,000 Bricks, ddlivered at the Railwyv Station or privately £- per 100t, samples to be seen next Campbell and Price's, butchelr,Franklin Street, apply FRANCIS HANDLEY. ?7TANTEl)-Comfortable Lodging for a gentleman in private family. Ad dress" Comfortable," this office. For Salo or To Let. ORl' SA'tE.-Allotment Land, in Church SStret, 66 feet frontage by adeplh of 132 feet; next the Church of England. Terms. one-third Cash, balance three and six months, with 6 per cent, interest. Apply RECORD OFFIC...
RESULTS OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 January 1887
RESULTS OF AD VER TISING. The first time a man looks at an adver tiscnment he does not see it. The second time he does not notice it. The thilrd time he is conscious of its existence. The fourth time he laintly renmembers having seen it belore. The fifth time he reads it. The sixth time lie turns up his noso at it. The seventh time lie reads it through and says, " Oh i bother." The eighth time lie says, " Iere's that confounded thing again." The niniith time lie wonders if it amounts to auvthine. The tsntli time he thinks lie will ask his neighbor if he has tried it. The cleventh time lie wolders how the advertiser makes it liy. The twelfth time he thinks perhaps it may he worth something. The thirteenth time lie thinks it. mest be a good tling. The foirtccnthli time lie remembers that he has wanted such a thing for a long time. The fifteenth time lie thinks lie will buy it cn:me day. The sixteenth time lie makes a memo randum of it. The seventeenth time lihe is t-nt.alised because ...