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PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 February 1887

PRODUCE MARKETr. Messrs Marriage, Orr and Co. report: On Saturday our mart was well attended, fair supply of produce forward, for which quick sloe was effected. Fowls (young) went to So Od per pair, no ducks forward, carrots, turnips, and onions 7d to Is per dozen p potatoes Is 10d, is lid, Ss, 2s id; a quantity of blackberriesd per lb; cherse 5d, 51d, 5td, Gd per lb. .e also disposed of sonm sundries at satisfactory rates. Sec our advertiseCnnt re this sale.

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 February 1887

COIJIMERCIAL. -4-~-- WThitney and Baird report haring scd to Mr. 31. D. O'Grady, of 3Murchison. 12.5 acres of land on L atrobe River, parish of Tanjil, at a satisfactory figure on account of Mr. D. 31'Carthy. An increased de iand for good properties having a river or creek frontage,

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HIDDEN ACCEPTANCE OR THE RUINOUS CONSEQUENCES OF NEGLECT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 February 1887

TIHE HIDDEN ACCEPTAAC?E on s THE RUINOUS CONSEQUENCES OF r NEGLECT. BY A- AccoOrnTATr. a AUSTRALMAN business men are as a a rule very careless with their accept f ances and promissory notes, and, un a fortunately, too many of them are to 1 be found who do not make regular and s correct entries in their Bill book, and r as a consequence, " Bills Payable " and "Bills Receivable" are sometimes in ' explicably mixed. This remissness often leads to great inconvenience, and in some instances, e to serious consequences. A peculiar and remarkable case resulting front carelessness in this particular, and a F want of business method will be dis i closed in the following narrative. SThe circumstances herein set forth happened in the city of - some few years since, and at the particular time of its occurrence, caused much comment and some little sensation among business men especially. William Lorton was engaged in- as a wine and spirit merchant, and for a number of years conducted his busi nes...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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THE TALE OF A PANNIKIN. AN ORIGINAL BUSH STORY. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 February 1887

THE TALE OUF A EAd?TIKII . AN ORIGINAL BUSH STORY. (Byr J. J. TLunLI.cror) CHAPTER II. PARRAMATTA ICK A'D,T\SKEE.CHARLEY SHORTLY before thie HSl End reefs,. noticed in the preceding chapter, hav ing reached their zenith, had com menced to. decline, an impetus had' been. gen to the gpld mining industry of the Mtidrgee district of New South Wales. Several new finds' had fol1 towed each other in quick succession culminatihg in the world' renowned. Gulgong. MIudgee being the greatest pastoral and agricultural centre of the west, was jubilhnt at the drscovery of the new Elsdbradl. The. introduction to the longlist of gullies and leadscon taming payable gold on this field was Adams' Lead. Next came- Billygoat Hill, where Ned Whaite, a great fighting man, contemporarywich Hlarry Sparks: Joe Kitchei, Cool's River Paddy, and' others of the fistic arena struck " pay gravel." From Ned's claim it was traced down into the deep ground' which formed the head of the Black Lead. This lead was at the...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 February 1887

CGIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Marriage Orr and Co. report -A Traralgon on Monday, our yards were largely supplied with cattle in the various classes, attendance and biddipg fully up to re ent market, with piices perhaps a little easier, though some sorts fetched well up to and over their market value. The good quality and condition exhibited speaks well for the surrounding country. Prices realised as f .llons : Fat cows (light) £4 15s, £4 17s G:1 to £5 10s ; milkers. £4 10 to £5 10s ; springers, £5 15s to £7 7s ; store cows, £3 12s Gd, £3 13s to £4 ; steers and heifers (young) £211l. £2 13s. £2 1G0, £218e, £3 4s, £3 7s Gd, £3 17s up to £5 15s for forward 31-yr-old steers; vealers, 23s. 25s to £1 15s ; teams of workers, £17 10s and £20 per pair; pis : sws 28s; Iprkers, 2Os and 22s; slips to 7s 9d. We also report having sold privately for 3Ir Anderson, his fancy goods and drapery husiness at 3Mirso? at a very satisthctory figure, Mr IL W. Smith bring the purlchaser. Next sales, Mirilso, W...

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GAZETTE NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 February 1887

GAZETTE 2XOTICES Mining leases awaiting execution.-N. Jorgensen. No. 873, R. Stellwar, No. 874. Mitchell River division ; C. Harding and J. Vinee,.No. 761, Russell's creek division Application for mining lenses anproved. -T. Fullerton, GeneralOordon Extended Compan, F'ear Not Creek ; R. Thomson, Stringer's Cre k:?. Kendlerson,Walhalla. Alluvial Gold Mining Coinoany. parish of Moondarra: C. Rfardt,- Hanpy-Gon Lucky ; H. Salmon. The North Longlbl low's Gold Mining Co., Western Hill. Area of arricultural and grazing lands increased.-Block A. WongaWonga South 1Gn, formerly applied'for by Jas. Palmer ; block F, Mirboo, 319a, do, J. G. Fnwles. Applications for grants approved--J. Coffey, Longford. Applications for Teases approved.--J ,- Smith, Tarra Trra ; E. T. A. Veitch, Toongabbie; J. Gow, Jeeraling, W. Handley, Tong THng.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 February 1887

S. rapers. CHEAP DRAPERY!! W, D:" LESLIE AND co's (Late D. M'3IulLan'). - EAY MOND ST., SALE. Every ,One Astonished ! No One Disappointed ! Call & See for Yourselves ! We1are now- a~r the following rates cHEHAP %-3L.\Ci'ESTER I CKIEAP 3LNCIHESTER i! : -inch Unbleached Shecting at GA 72-inch White Twilled Shieting at tid All-wool Welsh Flannel extra heavy at ?id All-wool Scarlet Flaonel at 5d. 3i-inchl't\\'e?voe Calico extra heavy at 3s and 3s fl per dozen " S2-inch du do ri 2o 3d cer dozen 2)-iw Greey (:doe.ot Is td per dozen A special line of Turkey lied, just opened, af Ipdl'r'yrd"yr -d Cldred'embridered Table Coyeis 3s Gd each Crtonn,;. beau:iful patterns. at _d, Sd andl 4.1 Slendid stronsg Holland at 2d per yard ",'Uon Shirting at :s 3d per dozen HlllMin Imrs no-v famous makes of calico kept i -all n~mnbeis v .. Cheap Towels. Cheap Towels. Another consignment just to hand. S! ood strong: nub. Towels at lld each . Fine white rowels at 2d each. Never anything to equal them...

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MIRBOO NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 February 1887

IIRBOO EWS. [FRox OUR 0soWn CORRESPOXDFNT.] We had a very busy break last Friday in our usually monotonous life. We first of all hIrd a large meeting of the Tram League. Mr D. Scott, the president in the chair. After carefully considoring the difierent matters of importance, the following resolutions were passed : A unanimous motion condemning the action of the narracan Shire Council in not assisting their rate payers in the portion of our Tramway that passes through their shire. The next motion passed and on which all the ratepayers present were in accord, was that they objected to any measures for severance from Tra ralgon shire and that they would use their utmost endeavors to prevent that object and that one and all were perfectly satisfied with their present position, and well pleased with the hearty support awarded to. their tram way. Another motion passed was in favor of Boolara severing from Narracan Shire and annexing to Traralgon, and th:tt they would give the matter their...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 February 1887

Wanted. WANTED a Cook (female) good wages. Apply MRS. WILSON, Registry Oftico, 3Morwell. W ANTED Smart Boy for delivery Generl Store. State wages required. Reference. Apply by letter, ,{ Record" Office. W ANTED-A smart Boy, able to milk, Apply sharp, Grand Junct'o Hotel. For Sale or To Let. FOR SALE.-Allotment Land, in Church Street, 66 feet frontage by adepth of 132 feet, near the Church of England. Terms. one-third Cash, balance three and six month,, with 6 per cent. interest. Apply RECORD OFFICE. Most and Found. L? REWARD.-Stolen from the Ex change Hotel, Traralgen, about Octo ber last, Bay Mare. saddle and bridle, bran. ded ilke J over T. near shoulder. Anyone bringing the aboveto the Morwell Itotel will receive the above reward. WTE: MURDOCH. Tenders. T ENDERS ar2 invitecI for the erection of Cowsheds and Milking Yards. Con tractor to find material. ' Tenders close on the 2nd February. Full partic ars on ap plication to JAMES CAMPBELL, Kaye Street, Treralgon. Shire Notice. SHIR...

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THOMPSON BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 February 1887

TI'OM lPSONY BRI.DGE. We have received the following correspondence for publication in con nection with the above: ?lengarry, 1st Feb. 18S7. A Harris. Esq.. 3LP.V . Parliament House. Melbourne. .y doar Sir,- beg-to draw yourattention to the fact that some considerable tim* ago it was notified in the press that tenders would be called for" immediately." for the Thompson ,rflge (new one). Walhalla road. I may tell you on the strength of this 1 pur chased the Thompson Bridge Hotel, and I feel snmewhat dinappointed that tenders have not yet been called. will you kindly look this matter up and have it attended to. .TAcgsGs Oan, Glengarry, 2 1 2 1 87. Memo.-Tender. will be invited; next week's "Gazette." In haste. Yours truly. A. Harris.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 February 1887

Chnmiets. HOUSEHOLD Mi ED I C I N ES! P?EPARflE A-D SprrLtED Yn PAUL_ KLEESATTEL, ? ~'SPE SIGC CIHEJ?IST, AT THE Traralgon ispensary. I HAVE much pleasure in calling your attention to my Select List of House bold Specialties, comprising sonme impor tant sew remedies, several of which will be fmound of specials vmlg to my customers living in remote parts of the district, where medical a4sisoance cannot be easily obtaiuned.. It is and will be, my constant endeavor to supply to the district the purest and choicest drugs and chemicals in the market, Myv only consideration in buying my stock is QrALITY regardless of rNc', The didesence between the pure and the inert or adulterated Drug may mean the difference betweenlife and death in a family. It is with a deep and con stantly increasing sense of this heavy responsibility, that my bsijes.cis, always carriedon. As ditcises deteriorate with age, I am against establishing agencies for my re medies in other parts of the district. It is a wel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 February 1887

Hotels. Neville's Grand Junction Hotel Acknowledged to be the Leading HRotol in the distric sample rooms for Commercial Travcllrs. Horses and BIggies always at hand.- Te' rm; promptly attended to. Parties patronising the above hotel will receive Qlvility, Gomfort, and Attention. Charges Mode rate. CORNFLTUS NEVILLE, Pro, rietor THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL. ARGYLE' STREET, TRARALGON, DANIEL BYAN, 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 Paddock Accommodation. Horses and Buggies for Hire on most. reasonable terms. THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARALGON IlTs now established its reputation as the LEADING HOUSE in the district, and the Froprintor, w:.ile thanking the Public for their paso support, assures them that nothing shall be wa'ting, in the fu:ure, t. secure a continuaca3 of the:r patronage. ROBERT. IHILL, PROPIIETOR. Ho: es and Buggies...

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SOCIALIST EXPLOSION AT LYONS. Lyons, 9th Feb. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

SOCIALIST EXPLOSION, AT LYONS. Lyons, 9th Feb. Great excitement was caused at Lions this afternoon by the explosion of three bombs in close proximity to the Palais de 'Justice in that city. Several socialists who were engaged in the outrage were injuied by explosion and eight arrests were made on the spot. ihe election for St. Georges Han over Square caused by the retirenient of Lord Algernon Percy took place to-day when Mr Goschen, Chancellor of the Exclheuer was elected. The votes were AIr Goschen, Conservative 5702; Mr Haysman, Liberal 1545. Mr. E. V. Brown, whose name be came so nausenting recently in connec tion with his disnissal from the pub lic service, is again bringing himnself to the front over soume quibble. The public are sick of hearing of him and his name, and would rejoice if he could be induced to go to Russia as a Ilerald special correspondent. Mr. G. A. Sala, referring to the question of marriages says "the hap piest marriages are those in which the bride comes to...

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THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

THE QUEEX'S JUBILEE. In June of this year 1887, the liege subjects of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, in every part of her vast empire, will celebrate with onie accord the jubilee year of her reign. On this occasion we have no hesitation in stating that no sovereign since the days of the Norman conquerer has dis charged the duties of royalty so faith fully or so well as has Queen Victoria, and certainly none of her royal prede cessors ever succeeded in winning the esteem, affection, and good opinion of those over whom they exercised regal sway as it has been the happy lot of Her Majesty the Queen. Such being the felicitous state of things it is only as might have been expected that pre parations are already being made, and suggestions of various kinds offered, for fittingly marking the 80th year of the reign of Her Majesty. While pre liminary preparations are being made, and opinions as to how such a memora ble event should be becomingly recog nised are being freely given,...

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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. By WimE.--?MIEouIuE, TnURSDAY It is understood tIhat the principal point in the proposals which Sir. .I Drummond Wolf has been instructed by the British Government to make to Turkey is the complete neutr.lisation of Egypt.

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THE LAKES ENTRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

THE LAKES EY1'TRJACE. The officers of the Public Works department attribute the damage which was done by a gale on Friday to the works at the new Gippsland Lakes' Entrance entirely to the action of the contractors, Messrs J. Carpenter and Son, in carrying on the timber work too far in advance of the stone filling. The two jetties, one of which was to be 470ft. and the other 380ft. in length, should have been constructed in sections, or "cribs," as they are technically called, of 30Oft. long and 26ft. wide, and filled with rubble-stone as soon as the pile-driving of the sec tion was completed. Had that course been followed the inspector-general of public works states, no damage would have happened. The contractors ex perienced great difficulty, however, in obtaining stone, but they did not delay the timber work, as this would necessi tate the discharge for a time of a con siderable number of workmen. When the supply of stone from Reeves River was exhausted, a quarry was found up Nich...

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CALEDONIAN SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

CALEDONLIAX SPORTS. The Gippsland Caledonian Society held their annual sports on Wednes day on their reserve. The weather was fine, though rather warm for out door exercise, and the large attendance testified that the Caledonian gathering still maintains its great popularity with residents of the entire district. Since the last sports, various improve ments have been made to the grounds, including the formation of a fine new track, which is probably unsurpassed by any track outside of the metropolis. The various officials all worked admir ably, and, thanks to their exertions, the sports passed off without a hitch, and to the entire satisfaction of the' visitors; indeed, the opinion was freely expressed that better and more inter esting sports had never been placed before the Sale public. The national events on the programme, of course, created most interest among the Scot-. tish section of the visitors, and the dancing and pipe music could hardly have been excelled. Mr. S. Grant was...

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CORRESPONDENCE. PARCELS AT THE RAILWAY STATION. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

CORRESP'ONDENCE: PARCELS I AT THE- RAILWAY. ,ISTATION. SSmr, As a icustomer-of the Railway depairtment in the mattir of the cairiage of parcels. I' lIeg to object through the medium of your enlumrs nto the ?Irel-sS handling panckages occasicnlnally receive at the Trarmllgn .Ration. I freqitently ire ccive lptrcels which show evidence if a great deal. of knocking about, and I have often wnitnessed. the manner in which the parcels are treated. Instead of being put on the truck aind conveyed to the stationi they are nltowed to remaine for some time on the platform, and may he turned over by: almost any person withnut lent or hindrance. I suhmit that the gopwd shwuld he taken at once to' the station nflice where the r~ousilguleesanuy claim and receive thlim in a proper manner. This could h^ dune without any ditficulty, and would he far prefreamle to the present somewlhat loon method. I do not write this as a serious complaint noai'nst the porteir who are a hardworking and attentire brhy...

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PECULIAR RECOVERY OF A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

'PECULIAR RECOVERY OF . A HORSE. ::On Wednesday morning an; auda cious robbery of a valuable draught horse was conmmitted at the'-stables of the Old Lamb Inn, Elizabeth Street, Melbourne under most peculiar circumstances. On the morning of the day mentioned a man named John Davidson, of Brunswick, iu dcoiparny with another nan whose name has not been ascertained, called at the stables to see- a horse which was for sale. The owner of the animal and David son having agreed upon the price, su? ject to a trial of the horse with a load of tricks, they separated the owner going down town. In the evening about six o'clock, two men one- of whom is supposed to be Davidson's companion of the morning, called at: the hotel with , horse and, dray and demanded the animatl from the groom who gave it to them. They then took their own horse out of the dray and put the other in its place, leading their own behind. On the return of the owner of the horse matters were ex plained to him when it was disc...

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TYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

[FROM. OUR oWN. CORREsPONDENT.] THERE is little news of interest to record from this quarter. The weather. for the'past fortnight has been exceed. irigly cool and enjoyable, but doubtless before Old Sol finally takes his' depar ture for the north he will favor us with a little more of his heating energy. SHiarvest operations have all but been brought to a close here, not uunder: the most favorable onditions perhaps, but we console ourselves with thekkuwledge they might have been infinitely worse. I was very much suprised on reading in a contennporaty paper the last report of the.Board .of Advice. At that meetin : the member for this part is reported to have said that he did not think anything was needed at the Tyers school. Fto~ this it was very patent to me'that lie did not think, for had he done so, lie would not have been the author of such a state ment. I wish harm to no one, 'but if the member and his family, were com pelled to take up their abode in the bddger-box referred to....

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