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FROM MELBOURNE TO TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 February 1887

FROM MELBOURNE TO   TRARALGON. (BY AN OLD PRESSMAN.) "Salus populi suprema lex." The quotation is as old as the hills and who can doubt its truthfulness. I am not a sensational scribbler, and don't care about doing the gush, but I flatter my- self that the following few lines con- taining the records of my "tramp" from   Melbourne to Traralgon will prove interesting to your readers : I started from Melbourne after 19 years experi-     ence as editor and reporter of some of the principal newspaper properties in Vic- toria and New South Wales on Friday, January 21st to seek "fresh fields and pastures new," possessing the hope that some provincial proprietor would take into consideration my prac- tical experience, and once again place me in the sanctum sanctorum. Well, the first camp out was at Beaconsfield. Being without "tucker," I offered to purchase some bread and meat at the   only shop there, but was informed that t...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 February 1887

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Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 February 1887

For-Sale or To Lot. FOL S.11.E.--;Allotment Land, in Church StrLeet. . feet frontagc by elepthli of 132 feet. uanr the Chu ch of E?ngland. Terms one-third Cash, balance three andi six mort'u, with 6 per cent. interest. Apply SRECOIRD OFFICE. IO .LE .--Five.roomed house, garden, stabling, small.pnalloek. Ap ty MIOCUAEL SIIANAHIAN, Traralgon. TX ASIISNG and Mangling done, 1 6d S dozen. Special nrrangenments made for families' washing. Orders promptly at tended to Ins. ALFORD, Alford-town. Iraralgon. Auctions. MABRIAC ORI & CO., CATTLE & LAND SALESMEN, COMMISSION AGENTS ;, c. TE hold STOCK SAL.S nt tihe fol Inwing claces ass per our alvertist. mentls Trarnigon. [Iorwell. Narracan. Mir. b o, Trafalgar, Glengarry and Toongnbbic, at which we. give our special attention. LAND & CLEARING SALES carefully .conducted. VALUATIONS made. Fire and Life INSURANCE risk. covered with desi ntch.. LOAN S negotilated on dland at the lowest market rates. ..... Our T. ralgon and Mo...

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THE TALE OF A PANNIKIN. AN ORIGINAL BUSH STORY. CHAPTER I. MY MANUFACTURER, PETER BARCLAY, AND HIS DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 February 1887

- THE TALE OF A PANNIKIN .AN ORIGINAL BUSH STORY. (BY J. J. LILLI\vO.s.) CIIAPTER I. SMY IMANUFACTUIIER, PETER BARCLAY, AND HIS DAUGHTER. Ox the right hand side of Paramatta street, Sydney, half a decade hack stood a dingy-looking, though respecta ble, publichouse, known as the Cock r and lien Hotel. Three or four doors up on the salue side a tinsmith's shop is located. In a dingy back room of these unpretentious business premises was where I, Tin Pannikin, Esq., un derwent all the vicissitudes of haulmer ing, soldering and burnishing deemed necessary by gentlemen of my manu facturer's tinniferous craft to turn me out in all the glories of fourpenny pint pot slhning respectability. I was next hung up by a string with a score of others of my kind in the front shop. Here we associated with the other tin and zinc inhabitants in the shape of two, three, four and eight quart "billy"-cans, milk-dishes, colanders, frying-pans, meat dishes, quart-pots, &c., that there awaited a purc...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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CORRESPONDENCE. BLUFF STATE SCHOOL. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 February 1887

CORRESPlONDENGE.l L BLUFF STATE SCHOOL. To the Editor of the 7rarargon Record. Sir,--Knowing tlat the columns of the "Record" arc open to those who seek to redress a" wrong, I'rave aslight amount of your vahmble space for this reason. In a contemporary, "from our own corres pondent," who I naturally suppose resides in the district of the Tyers, and therefore ought to bl well versed in school matters, but for his informition dlot mo tell him that between three and four years ago a school was granted 'even-in Mr. Meson's day-and a master talked about-s-id not a ·" Roman." The fact of this much talked of question is simply summed up as follows :-Fomur years ago when the old Board of Advice was in existence, an appli cation was sent into that body asking their support,and theapplication set forth that a Mr. Walsh would give to the department one acre of land whereon to e'rect a schooL All was granted, when Inspector Hopbourno and myself visited the proposed site, but, Sir, judge of our ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 February 1887

HERE AND THERE. BY RA31BLEI. I have sstheried ! pssy'a othir men'sflors, r - Anduothigb'utthe ed ihatbiudatbemismyo-n? DID you ever eat shark, Mr Editor 1 eNol Well you ,have ,uot .much ex perience in eaa&bIes. I'ty yre `,ago my better lhalf, one fine afternoon, as I was lying, inmy bunk on board the good shlipRed Jacket? 'iime?Iwrilt?ang into my c~bin' (or,. ·nore properly speaking, our cabin) with a :smile all over her face, and: a "here, dear, is something nice for you, a piece of barracdhta calight by one of the sailors; and the steward favored me. with this S• . e, ' ate nd was merry," but after all was over; the oldwoman hurst out laughinng, ex claiming, "why, it was a piece of young shark I gave you." The fol lowing pariraph in - yesterday's Melbourne. dailies reminded. me of my shlark eiperiencg?,` With the view of testing, the fishermeni's statements that the fish in Corio Bay were destroyed by the tlie'orinous number of sharks, Captain Mandeville watched the nettin...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 February 1887

Chemists. HOUSEHOLD M EDICINES! PFdErARED An?D StIrrLIED BY PAUL ELEESATTEL, ,XJ-I4tFACTURING' ND .'D DIS'ENSIXG CHIIEMIST, AT THE' Traralgon Dispensary. I IL-YE much pleasure in calling your attention to mny Select List of House hold Specialties, comprising some imipor tant new remedies, several of which will be fmund of special value to my customers living iu remote parts of the- district, where medical as-istuance cannot be easily obtained. It is and will be, yu constant endeavor In supply to the district the purest and choilet drus and chemicals in the market. IMy only consideration in buying my stock is QU.aITY regardless of PRICE. The difference between the pure and the inert or adulterated Drng may mean the difference between life and death In a family. It is with a deep and con stantly increasing sense of this heavy responsibility, that my business is always carried'on. As medicines deteriorate with age, I am against establishing agencies for my re medics in other parts of t...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 February 1887

Hotels. Neville's Grand Junction Hotel 'Acknowledged to be the Leading Hotel in the distric ' Fample rooms for Commercial Travellers. Horses and Bggies always at hand. Tc'e. Civility, Comfort, and Attention. Charges Moderate. . CORNELIUS NEVILLE, Proprietor THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL, ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, DANIEL RYAN, Proprietor. First 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 Padd.,ck AccommoJation.. Horses and Burgies for Hire on most reasonable terms. ' THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARALGON, His now established its reputation as the LEADING HOUSE in the district, and the Fropri5tor, while thanking the. Public for their pas. support, assures them that nothing shall be etanting, in the future, t' secure a continua. ca of the'r patronage. ROBERT HILL, PROPRIETOR. Horses and Bngges on Hire. First-class Billiard Table. RAILWAY HOTEL, BOOLARA. J. MIAHER...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 February 1887

"MIODERATE. BUT PROaESSIV'l" (Published every Tuesday & Fr iday morning.) TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1887. For the last few months England has been regaled with the details of- a-case of crim con inllan aristocratic family, and indeed, all English speaking coun triesat least, _thepapers lave. had. a large proqortion of their space devoted to reports of the: alleged. inmonralities of Lord Colin and Lady Campbell. Every little frailty urged against one orthlie'tlier'of tho parties-has"'been- - given in print with a circumstantiality' that is simply sickening to well-regula ted minds. Unhappily there are large numbers of men, an d women too,whose chief mental-pabulumris these recitals of the wcaknesses of those who, irt the. language'of Byron are constantly 'fde grading nature's frailty to an art." The people who find such delight in these cases constitute a large class, and that not the most ignorant in the counmuni ty, and the class in point of fact in cludes many who. lay claim to...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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ASTRONOMICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 February 1887

ASTRONOMIIC.AL NOTES. THE present month will be marked by two eclipses, one of the moon on the Sth inst. and the other of the sun on the 23rd inst. Neither of them, however, will be of great astronomical importance. The eclipse of the moon will be a partial one visible throughout all :its stages at Sydney, but at MIel bourne thie moon will. rise at one minute past 7 p.m., seven minutes after the first contact with the shadow. The phases will take place as follow: -First contact with penumbra 5 hours 42"4 minutes, first contact with the shadow t6 hours 54'1 minutes, middle of the eclipse S hours 2 minutes, last conttact with the shadow 9 'hours 9-9 minutes, last contact with the penum bra 10 hours 21.6 minutes. The first contact with the shadow will take place at l28S degrees from the moon's south point towards the east. The second eclipse will be an annular one of the'sun on the morning of the 23rd February, when he will rise with his diameter rather more than .half ob scured. The c...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PERILOUS BALOON VOYAGE. (ENGLISH PAPER.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 February 1887

PERILOUS BALOON VOYAGE. (ENGLISH PAPER.) TIIE aeronaut Capaza, who, in his baloon, the Gabizos, accomplished re cently one of the most successful aerial voyages of this century, telegraphs the following account of his exciting jour ney to the Herald: Ajaccio, Tuesday, 16th November, 1886.-After waiting for several days for a north-westerly wind, M. Foudere, a member of the De Brazza mission, and I started at 4 o'clock on Sunday afternoon in my baloon, the Gabizos, from the Place St. Michel, Mharseilles, Our intention was to reach Corsica. We took wvith us some carrier pigeons and food and water enough to last for three days. As soon as the baloon was released she went straight out to sea, almost skininming the surface of the water. Then she rose, and taking a westerly direction, passed over Toulon. As we passed over that city, M. Foudere and I distinctly heard the report of a cannon, followed by the sound of steam whistles. I had ar ranged that these signals should be given us when ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 February 1887

RECEIPT AiD PAY OFFICE 'LEASES. P. Gorman, N. Stevenson, J. Nuttall; MIecauley, J. Dyer, 'J.'Frazer, J. Geale, W. Hardy, E. ?eos, J. Gilmour, T. C. Greaves, Walter Marstin, W. Moore, J. Sheills (2), P. Whdlan (2), G. Whalley .cur.. Patrick Whelan, (), 'G. 'Whalley, W. G. Hensley, .' Wilson, L. Ilarstin, A. S. M3Donald. J.-Pryde. T. Richardson, R. IUg~gll, H. Whittles, T. C. Grea-ves, H. G. S:alter, C. Smith, G. 'lurdoch, W. Genle, W. G. Hensley, W. G. Henley, G. Daw son. P. Gorman, C. Cochrane, C. O'Connor, 'C. Smith, J. Chalmers, W. Bryson. Leases tnder section-32 L.A.-1884.-A. J. I Barlir, W. G. Henuley,E. Sanders, W. Rice,'W..Geale. GRANTS. R. 3L Chepuell, J.'Evans, W. Gould, F. Handler, T. M'1Nanmra, A. Nadenbousch (2), Thomas Needham (4), W. Russell, E., 'Scarlett O2),'W. Scarlett, O'Gorman, H. Hampton, 'W. H. 'Veen, W. Allen, -J. 'O'Councr, G. Pentland, A. Wellington, G. Derham, S. Day, C. Cochrane (Z), E. Pent 'land, C. A. F. Du Ve, I. .erguson, Ellen "Spencer. -S. ;fnibrook:...

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

TRARALCGO RIFLE CLUB.' The two day's firing by members of the above club for the trophy presented by Mr. F. G. Hickox began yesterday, and will be continued to-morrow afternoon. The following are the handicaps :-J. Lang scratch, M''Mahon scratch, White scratch, H. T. Wallace 10, J. Curran 10, W. WeSt 10, 31. Curran 10, A. IL Keesing 17, R. D. Lawrenson 17, R. Mill 17, E. A. Coates, 20, A. Whitney 20, H. C. Jones 20, J. Sands" 25. J. Manning 25, G. D. Fairbairn 27.

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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ROSEDALE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 February 1887

ROSEDALE RIFLE CLUB. The first competition for the Bowman trophy took plAce on Saturday the 29th. The weather was not favorable for shoot ilg the light being bad. 31r. White scored the first win. The following are the scores at each range: Name 200 300 400 500 600' yds yds yds yds yds ITcp TI White 190 15 27 29 20 Ii 121 Pierce . 20 14 241 18: 20 6 102 J. W. Philippe 16 15 22 14 14 1 82 Shag 11 10-13 r. : 14 48 A. Allen 16 27 27 21 7 2 100 Shiels .16 16 23.18 11 3 87 Timlb 21 1S 17 13 8 4 81 E. Allen 17 i13 0 9 - 2 71 Rbnhinson 12 12 - - 1 42 Duck 19 16 13 11 10 16 83 All they that mourn are not blessed, for all are not made strong. Tribula tion does not always develope patience and experience hope. There are con ditions wanting, and the medicine does not heal and the surgery does not St\'C..

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HERE AND THERE. I have gathered a posy of other men's flowers, And nothing but the thread that binds them is my own. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 February 1887

IIERE AND THERE. BY RAMBLER. 7 hare "therel a parr of notlr mes flaowers. And nothiug but tththtrea that bilds them is my own. AT the present time it is estimated that there are two millions of widows in India who belong to castes that practice child marriage and insist on the- celibacy of the widows. These wretched-women.are .by the Ilindoos themselves regarded as accursed beings, ling in this world the punishment r sins committed in a prior state of stence. The child widowv, who may ot yet havy reachld her teens, is, on hiledeath of the man, who was only hominally -er husband, degraded from her previo:s state; her hair is.cropped or shaved altogether, her pretty childish garments exchanged for the coarse and squalid widow's clothes; she is an out cast, forbidden to take part in any amusement, either public or private; to meet her is regarded as an ill omen, and she is compelled to endure long fasts, sometimes extended to the length of three days and nights. All joy and even hope i...

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FRESH DISTURBANCES IN AFGHANISTAN, BOMBAY, 31st January. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 February 1887

FRESH DISTURBANCES IN. AFGHANISTAN, Bo.sIr, 31st January. News has reached here of a fresh outbreak of disturbances in Afghanis tan. A large body of Daranis, having previously been incited by the Govern or of Kandahar, made a sudden attack on the British oitpost station at Kal. nabdula, near the Khojak Pass. They killed the Khan of Khojak and 100 coolies, and destroyed the telegraph lines in the vicinity.

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SCHOOL BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 February 1887

SCIIOOL BOARD OF. AD I'CGE. A meeting of the School Board of Advice was held on Wednesday after noon, when there were present Messrs J. Campbell (chairman) A. L. Gal braith, A. \Valker, and H. C Jones (correspondent). A letter was read from the Rev. J. Wilson, asking for the use of the Boola Boola school twice a month for reli gious services. It was decided to grant it to him once a month, it being used at other periods. A letter vwas received relative to a lad named Myers who had been sus pended some time since from the Tra ralgon school by Mr. Dwyer for using grossly indecent language to one of the girls, and the writer asked whether the boy should be permanently ex cluded from the school or re-admitted upon his expressing regret for his fault. Mr. Campbell said that the boy had since left the district and was not likely to return, but had the boy been still resident here, he (M?r Campbell) would have voted for his exclusion from the school. Other speakers expressed themselves to ...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. TERRIBLE DISASTER AT SEA. TOTAL LOSS OF THE SHIP KAPUNDA, 365 EMIGRANTS DORWNED. London, Jan 31 (Afternoon) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 February 1887

EUROPEAS TELEGRAMJS. TERRIBLE DISASTER AT SEA. TOTAL LOSS OF THE SHIP KAPUNDA, 365 EMIGRANTS DORWNED. London, Jan 31 (Afternooun) Intelligence has just been received here from Bahia, that Messrs. Trinder, Anderson, and Co.'s ship Kapunda, 1,095 tons, which left London on De cember 11 and Plymouth 18th idem, bound for Fremantle, Western Aus tralia, camne into collision at sea with a vessel unknown. The Kapunda sank almost immediately afterwards, with 365 of her passengers, principally emi grants. A portion of the crew were picked up at sea, and taken by a French barque to the port of Bahia. The Kapunda was an iron clipper of 1,095 tons, and was well fitted and equipped. She was built at Dumbar ton in 1-75, by Messrs A. 31'Millan and Sons, her dimensions being: Length, 221ft 5in.; beam 34ft 6in depth of hold 19ft Gin. The vessel was owned by Messrs Trinder Ander son, and Co, of London, who are also the owners of the Dana and Oriana, which have been to Port Philip and of about a dozen ...

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WILLUNG SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 February 1887

i ILLULVG SOUTH. [FROM oin ows CORRESPONDENT.] THi recent continuance of fine weather has been very favorable for the harvesting of the crops. These have now been mostly gathered, and promise to yield well..In some places the oat crops were damaged to a cer tain extent by the caterpillars. Some of the crops of horse-beans along the creek are quite phenomenal for height and for the number of pods on each stalk. Of late, dairying and pig-raising have in a great measure taken the place of farming, as owing to the expense and difficulties inseparably connected with the latter, together with the distance from market, very little margin was left for profit. There is some talk of a cheese factory being established in our midst, and there appears to be a good opening for one. What is wanted, and what is being looked forward to to give an impetus to things generally, and to open up this really fine district, is the Traralgon to Yarram railway line. The surveys of the rival routes cannot much...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 February 1887

CO ILKERCI4L. MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS. Messrs R. Gibson and Co. report :-Fat Cattle. --1600 penned, principally medium quality ; although the weather was favorable, the demand wasnot 'brisk, and an advance of about lt,s took place. We so!d 500 head. including 300 from Cleve, Fink, and Co.. South Cinnigan Station. avenging £7 12; for bullocks, and £6 12s for cows. Fat Sheep-About 2S.000 yarded, including a large number ofatores, primc. merino wethers fitching lOs to 11s.; crosbreds so 13s Gd. We sold 3500. Messrs. A. 3'Lean and Co. report:-Fat Cattle. - 1770 yarded ; prices advanced from 10uto 15s on last week'esrates. We sold 10 bullocks for Mr. John Calvert, Bairnsdale, to £11 2s Gd, averaging£9 4s; and S bul locks for Mr. P. Boland to £S 2s Gd, averag ing £7 19s Gd, an 1,2 cows at £6 13s dt. 3l rss Powers, Rutherford and Co. report. -1770 cattle yarded. including 260 Qaeens landers.; bulk middling quality: demand better; prices 10s higher good anid prime, no improvement in value o...

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