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THE PROPOSED SEPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

TIIE PIOPOSED=-EPR gf0,y Tlie'followsing is the text of the petition' from the ratepayers of the West Riding of the Shire of Traralgon praying for severance: To His Excellency Sir Hienr Brougham Loch, K.C.B., Governor-i,. Council. The petition of the undersiegn ratepayers of the West Riding of the Traralgon Shire, humbly showeth:., That the Traralgon Shire is divided into three ridings, one of which the West Riding, as delineated in tihe Government GaUzette of 5th of M3I 1885, represents a. rateable property nearly equal in value to that of the other two ridings; that the said rid ings are divided by north and south lines; that in the Central RIiding is situated. the Municipal town of Traral. gon; that in the West Riding it situated thee no less important town of Morwell, each the centre of the respec. tive Ridings; that no community of interests now exists between the Ridings, the consequence of which a rivalry is established between the respective towns of Mforwell and Tra. ralgon...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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MORWELL WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

MEORWELL WESLEYAlN CIHURCHI The anniversary tea-meeting in con nection with the. Wesleyan Church, Morwell, was held' on: Wednesday, evening. There was a, large gathering :of ladies, gentleiien and young.peop:le and the goad things which were. pro vided and dispensed by several-- ladies. of MoIrwell, were much enjoyed. At the public meeting the building was also well filled, the chair being oc cupied by Mr. J. Sykes, J.P. The report which, read by the secre tary, showed that considerable im provements had been made in the church, but a slight debt had been in curred. An address entitled " Beware" was given by Mr. Eldridge, one on "Kiss ing" by Mr. Cannani, the Rev. T. Alday choosing "Croitkers" as the subhiect of his discourse. All thel ddress.s'. were listened to with attention, anl the proceedings of the evening were fur ther enlivened 1y some excellent music from tlhe choir, which comprised 15 perlsons. The imeeting closed with the custom ary votes of thanks.

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

MINI..( NE WSP The mnn.eer of the. Tmral?nn Pros iectine Co.'s claim, New Year, late Stock holni Tar. ree orts having pegged out the l-ase and has the windlhss now in order. The north shaft was found to be unfit to work in, and it is now being encaned out. Tn the south shaft the air is very had. The manager fully expects, however, to le able to (ohtalin a small erushiog from this shaft at anl early date. The roof dips to the southt. Adjoining the claim another lease has been pegged out, be .tween this claim anld Pride of the Mouin tains, Into Hanovprian; The manager of the Toombon Co. re ports that the last crushing gave 390oz. of gold from (I0. tons of qu'a.rt

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

SGhremits. HOUSEHOLD SED I CINES PSEPAiRE) A.1D SUPPLIED BY PAUL EILEESATTEL, JMA UFACTURING AID? SPX.. ?PESIG CHEMIST, Al THR Traralgon Dispensary. I HAVE much pleasure in calling your attention to my Select List of oufs.e hold Specialties, comprising srme npor thnt new remedies, several of which will be fouud of special vaue to my customers living in remote parts of the district, where medical assistance cannot be easily obtained. It is and will be, my constant endeavr to supply to the district the purest and choicest drugs and chemicals in the market. My only consideration in buying my stock is quALrri regardless of PRICE. The difference between the pure and the inert or adulterated Drug may mean the difference between life and death in a fiemily. It is with a deep and con stantly increasing sense of this heavy responsibility, that my business is always carriedon. As maledicines deteriorate with agei am against etablishhug agescies for ny re medies in other parts of the.district....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

Wanted. W ANTED agood Man to thatch hay. } Y stacks. Apply D. & J. DRAFFIN. W~TANTED KNO WN.-M. M'FARLANE SV Hairdrtessr and lohacconist. Frankl u street. dens not depend on outside show. His work slpaiks for itself. Haircutting Gd. Shaving 6d. Best brands for smokers kept in stock. For Sale or To Let. FOR SALE.-Allotment Tand. in Church S Street, 66 feet frontage by adepth of 132 feet, near the Cha ch of England. Term s one-third Cash, balance three and six month?, with 6 per cent. interest. Apply RECORD OFFICE. Lost and Found. L1 REWARD.-Stolen from the Ei. change Hotel, Traralgon. about Octo. ber last, Bay Mare. saddle and bridle, bran. ded .ike J over T. near shoulder. Anyone bringing the above to the Morwell Hotel will receive the above reward. W3L MURDOCH. Tenders. TENDERS are invited for fencing the grounds of the Mechanics' Institute, Toongatbbie; also Erectionof two Out-offices. Particulars and specifications at Mr WV. Sem men's, storekeleper, Toongabbie. Tenders to...

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HERE AND THERE. I have gathered a posy of other men's flowers. And nothing but the thread that hinds them is my own. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

HERE A1XD THERE. BY RAMBLER. I have gptere!! a posy of olth:r mena' flowern. And uothig buLot tlc thread tout Ihiid them is myown Tama.gno the first tenor in Italy, is the son of a small restaurateur inl Turin, and was discovered by Victor Emanuel, who was fond of strolling about the city, itncog., attended only by a confi'dential nide-de-camp. Enter ing the house of Tanagno's father and calling for a bottle of winle in a private room, the late king heard the lad sing iug a popular air as he came up the. stairs from the cellar. The voice was so. striking that Victor E!mtanuel iisi'ted upon placing the youth under one of thle best teachers in Piedmont, and in. due time the pupil proved his sovereign's discernment. Tamagno, who is still ai.young man, is worth two million lire. With his first earninigs lie purchased the large house in which his father rented a suite-of rooms, and presented it to liim;-and' evelyyva?he buys a mansion in Turin, anil .saiits the first year's rent to the w...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

: uo)E.sirR .T ur eroaft?ssvE."* (POlilia'il d.rr Tesitjr & F. Hen meraine.) FRIDAY, FE?R?ARY 11,' 1887. TT. will.be fountd on referring to the recomm_ endations of the Prospecting .Board ?of the ..(ippsland district as to grants in aid of prospecting that, the applications for aid emanating from the shires of Traralgon, Narr can, Ranl Ruln, and Warragul, have been shelved ; a result which many persons Tooked for. when they considered that these districts were not adequately represented at the board. It is well known that there has been a disposition from the outset. in certain quarters to ignore the claims of the shires mentioned particularly in connection with thie domlelopement of our Victorian colfields.the opinion haviug.heen pretty freely expressed that prospecting for coal was not contemnplated when the money was voted by Parliamnent. If this the case there has been either a shameful amnomt of playing into the hands of the representatives of gold field constituencies ...

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MECHANICS INSTITUTE. THE NEW HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

,IEGCHATICS' INSTITUTE. THE NEWV HALL. A special meeting of the conmmuittee of the Mechanics' Institute - was held on Monday, when there were present Messrs. TI. C. Jones (in the chair), F. (l. Hickox, .1. S. Mlilligan,,J..,Sands, H. E. Hendon and W. West. hon. sec. In answer to the advertiseipent for prize designs for the new hall, there were four gentlemen who sent designs in. After much consideration there were two selected from which to make the final choice, i"nd these were marked Sivad and Excelsior. The meeting then adjourned till Wednesday night to make the final selection. It was the wish of the committee that the trusteesshould also be present, but Messrs arriage and Hickox were the only ones able to attend.- After care fully considering both designs it was at le gth resolved to accept the one marked "Sirvd," whichl wasestimated to cost £1500 if the hlill were built of wood, and £150 extra if built of brick. *he envelopes being olpened, this was found to be designed by Mr ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

.. Ltraper.. -....... ?HE.P, DRAPERY !! w: D. LESLIE AND CO'S (Late D. 31-3Iutl.ula ). L!AY.1ONI) S !'., SALE. Every. One Astonished ! No One Disappointed ! g.'v & Scoe for. Yourselves ! \V -i> no,. tfriang"at the ftlowihg rqtes I II::AP. M[ANCiHESTER! CIIEAP MLANCHESTER! 7-incht Unbleached Sheetjng at Sd1 . *--hsc Whit -twilled Sheei?ng at 74d u: -wI Welsh FL'nooct aitira F.?avy at 7ld l...wod Searlet Flannel at Cd . -.lil. tl et-w?e 'Ca:Iau extra heavy at S:I 3a thl p?l':r d.zln S.-inch do duat isOd ; er do?en : -int Gres Cali?, at I Bd l"trdozen 1. -,.-ci:i'line df l'urke l~ed, just opened, a . .1 p'r ran i'...~, embroidered Table Corers 3s 3Gd : .'tonnes, bean:iful patterns. at 2d, 3d :: ,-mld strong Holland at 24I per yard Sli t.rr Shirting at S. 3d pdr dozeL :I.,llins Ir.'st us i famouns makes of calico .. 1": in all i .nulntrs .. .. QCeap Towels. Cheap Towels. Another lilnecigsnlent just to hand. Gt.ad. strong, unt. Towels at lid rarh I te white r'owecls at 21 cach...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

Hotels. Neville's Grand Junction Hotel Acknowledged to be the Leading Hotel in the distric gample rooms for Onmmercial Travelltrs. horses and Buggies always at hand. Te'e grams promptly attetde4 to. Parties patronising the above hotel will receive Civility, Oomfor-t, and Attention. Charges n.oderate. 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. TWines and Spirits of the Best Quality. Billiard Table. Good Stabling, Loose Boses, and Paddock Acconuno3ation. Horses and Buggies fur Hire on most reasonable terms. THE CLUB. HOTEL, TRARALGON, " pis now established its reputation as` the LEA.DING HOUSE in the district, and the Froprictor, while thanking the Public for their pas: support, assures them that nothing shall be woating, in the future, t. aecure a continuance of their patronage. ROBERT H1ILL, PROPRIETOR. Horses and Bug...

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DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

DATRY PiRODTOIE, Wednesdav. Messrs M'Oisw. M'llwrick and Co. re port :-We held our nsnal sale to-day and reportas fllows :-Chnes .-L'r esnpnuly to hand; prime dairies ranged from 5id to LCd per lb, one ft#vrite dairy rrea-hing 9d per Ih ; medium and iniferior dull, ranging from 3d to .5d per lh. Potted lltter.-New potted in demand, prices from n.9 to Is 2d per lb: spring iptted rnneed from 74d to 9. per lh: inferior dull of sale from 3I to 54d. Fresh Bnt ter.-Owinug to the hot weather tf.egrsnter proportion arrived in very bnd condition, and as a rule prices were lower: prime dairies ranced from Is 2i1 to is 51 per h ; inferior and other sorts 44 per lh upwards. Eggs (regulnr sniply), 91 to 11d per d-s ; turkeys.. 6- to 23+ : fowvls, 2 3d to 4s 9d ; dacks, 3is t;d to 4s il. Mesesrs W. A.lAndanis and Co. report : We held our usual sale to-day, and give below detailed results of actual sades: Cheese.-There is no chnne to reconrd in this market : the demand is firm for all prime lfnes ...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 February 1887

COMtt.1t?,RCA4 f., -4- MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS. Welnedsday Evening Mr..rs A 3M'Lan and Co rel,ort.: 2.000 cattle dratw for, and l pri almolt thn same ae last week. We. sold ic cows J. COl"ert. Rairndalse, to £5 Ins averascne £5 7s '1: 11 leeclha'es D. oSi sonet Maffrn 7 eelleeks, Je.Twcseon, to £01Os averacin. £7 1,?4: tO llhe"ts W. Moor-. Yrranm, .t £8 17s Il!; 10 hullr.ks. J.' Buckley, Greenc? oulll nt, to £10 17s 6d. avernging £9 .: 6 hlillnolk. J. Cotter. Yarram. at £7 17s 6l, antd cows at £4 15: 9 lillncks W. 31fL.nd. Alberton. at £9 2s 0i: 7 h,,llocka, J. Kee. sverainr £8 e2 4 hllocks (ORnnke. Fai C-tres:-We sold 38 calves for Messrs Sweroy. Jessep., ""Ainley and Harvey. frem £1 as to £2 12]. Messts Peck. Hxdsmn and Raynnr re part:--,066 yarded. larger plroportion than usual were onrd quality: of the above numbers 600 were Northeaers, which ar rived in fair condition; owing to the la:rgo nummber and extremely lint day hiddings were very dull at- a reduetion fully 20s under las...

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HERE AND THERE. I have gathered a pesy of other men's flowers And nothing but the thread that blads them is myown. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887

HERE -A-ND T"HERE. BY RI1ABLEI. I K.aI rcthere. a p ey ,f other men's fl.wers. A.d nothing but thcthrad that biads thrm is my own. They have some qlueer ways of dttl ing with criminals in La .dlle France, where juries seem to have an extremely peculiar manner of leaning toward pri soners. In December 1835 Julien 'uanads murdered his wife in a most savage manner. It was proved that hl had struck her down with his fist, had then poured a quart of petroleum over her, and set fire to her clothes, having at the same time prepared a fire to consume the corpse. T-he jury convicted the prisoner of murder " with extenuating circumstances " and he wassentenced to imprisonment for life. Possibly he will be sent to New Caledonia and then escape to Australia. Certainly the French law does not err in the direction of exces sive severity. Herr Witt a German actor must be a nice young man judging by an esca pade related of hind as having taken place at Vienna recently. It is said that he appeared u...

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THE TONGAN DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887

TI?E TONGAN iXDIFFICULT,; ATTEMPT TO iMUItDER TILE I' EMIIER, Later particulars from Tonga show that thoe attempt to assassinate iMr. Baker, the Premier of Tonga, was made on the evening of January 13. At about 20 minutes to 8, as MIr. Baker was driving from the Govern ment offices to his house, accompanied by his son (Mr. Shirley Baker) and his daughter Beatrice, he noticed some men crouching behind a fence and a native standing in the roadway. All the 'men were armed. 31r. Baker jumped out of the buggy and commnan ded the man to put his gun down. The q.tert called upon him toi tire. Mr. Shirley Baker, seeing his fathel aimed at, tried to screen ilm, iand the daughter jumped down, throwing, her arms round her father's neck, and conm pletely covering.hin. The man then fired, shooting M'r. Shirley 1aker in the, left shoulder, the shot ?:mrmling away the fisls from his arm i"and smtashing the simaller bones to Iieces. The daughter was shot in thin C places in the thigh, and in leaping...

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SPEECH BY MR BRIGHT. London, Feb. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887

SPEECIT BY M31R DBRIGHT. London, Feb. 12. Mr John Bright, speaking in thaI House of Commons last night on the address in reply, deplored the want of wisdom shown by 31r Gladstone with regard to the Irish question, which, he declared, had broken up the Liberal party. The anti-rent conspiracy in Ireland, he said, had been desi roving the landlords, and was a step towards the separation of tlhat country front England.

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THE DEBATE ON THE ADRESS. DEFEAT OF MR PARNELL'S AMENDMENT. LARGE MAJORITY FOR THE GOVERNMENT. London, Feb. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887

TilE DEI3ATEF.O THlE ADRESS. DEFEAT OF -Rt PFARNELLS A MENDMENT. LARGE IMAJORITY FOR THE GOVERN-MENT. London, Feb. 12: In the House of Commons last night the debate on Mr Parnell's amend ment to the address in reply, declaring that autonomy and not repression was the remedy for the present crisis in Ireland, was brought to a conclusion. The House divided, with the result that the amendment was rejected by 352 to 2i16 votes, the Government thus securing a majority of 106.

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THE FROZEN MEAT MARKET. London, Feb. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887

THIE- FROZEN MEAT MAUKET. London, Feb. 13. Tie best of the frozen mutton by the Lusitania.from IMelbourne, l)ecenl. ber 24, has sold at 4 d per lb. Thant by the Tongariro, from New Zealadl, huts realised 4j.

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THE WHEAT MARKET. London, Feb. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887

THE WIIEAT MARKET. London, Feb. 12. The market is quiet, and prices are nominally unchanged. The large suppies forward are adverse to sit values. The arrivals from the conti nent and America have been easier during the week, and there are no colonial arrivals to rzeport. Oe Australian car:go has been sold at 37s 3d: For shipments nearly due sellek are asking 37s.

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CORRESPONDENCE. SUNDAY EXCURSIONS. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887

CORRESP'ONvDEATYC1. •SU\NDAY EXCURSIONS. To the Editor of le Trraragon Record. Sn,--I seeby your advertising columns that' a four horse drag vill start from Traralgon on Sunday around the district for th'e coivenicece of passengers. Do I then 'uiderstand '.That a conveyance in direct Olp1positioni to the coinmand of God, in violation of the sanactity of His Holy day will parade the district for'tle con venience of pleasure-seekers mid Siibbath b.eakcrs. P'ermit Ice tp say of dountry congregations it is with extremo difficulty the necessary work can be got over to allow them to meet for worship, must their worship be iiterruptcd by carriage wheels and pleasure parties by those who act so uncharitably toward them T Is not the worship of God as npeessiry iu a country School or Ihall is in the Church of the town T And, a;ain will not the young be set an example by the elders of doing tlit' wilch is dangerous to Church and State ? It is unlikely they will follow a plarets exapnile ? Do S...

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MESSRS JOHN WILSON AND CO'S ESTATE. London, Feb. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887

MESSIS JOHN. WILSON AN1S CO.'S ESTATE. London, Feb. 11. The negotiations for the purlchasef the assets in the estate of IMessrs ,olI Wilson and Co., of Sydney, by ,J1tM henry Bull and Co., have fallen through, as the trustees of the estate ia London were. unable legally to transfer all thie assets.

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