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UPPER FLYNN'S CREEK ROAD. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887
UPiPER FLYNT'S GCREEK ROAD. To h, EJii r .( the Traralgon Rteor(l. Sta,--l'ermit nce through the medium of your valuable columns to call thl attention of the Council to the disgraceful state of the muain road to Flynn's Creek, a s?bjcct which I have addressed them on several tlmes, but to no purpose. The road which has more tlaflic perhaps than any other highway in the district is now in a fearful conldition and it is only by some extraordinary run of lick that those compelled to travel by this route have lnot met with a serious uiishap before now. All through, with the exception of a few spots the track is terribly cut up, and full of dangerous ruts and hollows into which one's horse stumbles at almost every step. The varicus culverts too are getting out of order, ansd numerous breaks in the planking add to the dangers of the route especially at night. Coining over this road n few days since I was more than ever wrath with its condition, and I give expression to not only my owu opi...
MARIAN WILLIS CO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887
. fARLI.a7 WILLIS CO.. This company, which is now making a tour of Gippsland, will appear in the court-house,. Traralgon, on -Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Feb. 17th, 18th, and 19tli: They. have been most suc cessful on their trip, having made the longest and most. profitable visits to the following places, viz., Rairnsdale 18 nights, Sale 16 nights, Walhalla 9 nights, of any companythalt have yet visited us, and-we hope the. Traralgon public will support them in a like man ner. Miss Marian Willis has the. reputation of being one of the most eleganit ,iid pleisin? aictresses in thim colonies, aid, our exchanges. speak in, thie l;dghest pir.ises of her. performan. ces. She is supported by the oldN;ow Zealand favoiite, "Ir, J.- B. Steele; a gentlemen of undioubted talent, our old friend Mr..E.B. Bootlmmn, Mr. J. F. Keogh, and Messrs. W. I. HIughes, HIIrry Simmons, W. Coulter, R1 Lewis, E. C. Osborle, Miss Violet-May; -Miss Juli RyaIn, Miss. Dora Keoph and others. . " Mr. Osborne, the...
ROSEDALE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887
ROSEDALE RACES. Thc following are the nominations for the above races, to be held on March 2nd : IIANDICAP. IIURDLIE RACF. Of 15 sors. About 2 miles. Derby Revenge" Tambo Concord Aphrodite Brisris Ilewburn Freeze Out Bllack Jack Romeo Ethel Hawthorn , ROSEDAIALE II.DICAP. Of25 sors. About one mile and n half. Derby The Tribo " Alexlca Paleface Concord Carctacus. Young Sam Mlustang Little.,\nnie Romance SIAXODICAP FLUTrER. Of 10 sovs. About six furloncs. One of the Tribe Revenge Alexlen Paleface Plato Midshipman llingtnil Princess. Fancy lhctor Caractacnus. Mustang
TRARALGON RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887
TRA ALGOX RIFLE (CLUl. Scores for Hickox's trophy. 2nd day's shooting - Same 200 300 400 500 II'ep T'tl Kccsing 17 1G 21 11 17 82 Sanmld 13 . 19 7 23 72 Wallace 13 0 10 22 10 70 Lang 15 11 20 19 scr GS Coates 14 12 13 S 20 67 Fairhairn 9 10 14 7 27 067 71. Curran 11 10 19 13 10 63 Whitney S 13 12 8 20 61 J. Curran 6 10 15 13 10 54 West 9i 12 11 7 11 50 .tones 4 10 10 0 20 441 La.vrenson 7 11 0 0 17 41 White 11 4 12 13 scr 40 31 Mahon 11 0. 18 8 ser 38 The G leading men at resent are Sands 133. Keosing 148, Lang 137, Wallace 131. 31. Curran 13, Fairhairn 131.
The Traralgon Record "MODERATE BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887
,u,?:lIrel?I.rr r PRno r"ssIve." TUESDALY FEBRITT YR 15, 187. As our renders are awIare typhoid fever has i~ he fe:!rfully. revralent tlihi sunm ace-r, cnud. up.nS dentls .flom. this dmrelnde diensi. hL' ave' l; , e recorded in the en?!ouns of the metropolitnn andl, prov^icial press. In a Melbourne joui nl of aInst iweek f RlOiIErh. niTSoN, the we l-known surgeon, enters his protes aninst the diail Iaulletia of deaths farom typhoid, ns.lhe;; consideis that the publiention- f such reportnare .hLculated to do 'nuch harmn. !. 1e iE marks tha:t . of tnurse these accounts Sof. the iortility-'t resultin'i froi nil "' ient .do- ?ot lend toathel.disase," but he points out that the.y ~ivor so on weak and nertvous orgCnijations. snmit ten with the feeri, ass to lessen their chances of rccoveryr very n mterially. D). RonimTSON points out that this is the'experience of medical mien, and any intelligecnt. laymiun can readily uiih derst.end why.it is so: There are maiy persons endoived with a hea...
MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887
MINYINVG NE I&S. A meeting of the Cosmopolitan gold. mining Company was held at Kayo's Star Hotcl on Saturday. After the usual preliminary business-it was pro posed by 'Mr Shepherd and seconded by Mr Young that Mr IT-ower should gire his report to the meeting as to what Ii's experience had been in pros pccting for' the last three days on the Eaglelhaiwk Creek. Mr eTower reports as follows :-On Tuestday last I proceeded up the Eagle hawk Creek on behalf of the Cosineo politan G.M. Co. I followed the creek until I came to a fall, this fall on ex aniin ation consisted of basalt (or blue rock) which I found was lying on rot ton sandstooe or pipe clay. I then crossed the falls and about 400 yards at the back of-them I found a rotten slate bottom with quartz, wash which I tried: and found. a certain amount of tin and rubies. I then went fur ther to the first junction above the falls. I tried one branch when I found good specimens of tinl, rubies, and gold. I then proceeded. furthe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887
HOUSEHOLD MIDICING ES tPFr-. tFF D .I SUPPrT.TED FTY : r, PAUL KLEESATTEL Sl.+FJ GCT7'.TIXI A, D.. . . )ISPE I C CHEMIST, AT THE Traralgodn Dispen ary. I IIVE much pleasure it calling your attention to vY mSelect`tList of 'lIasc hiold Specialtics, cmprising some impor tutt new renimcdiest, scveild of which will ie founld of r?iciai value to my customers living in remote parts of the district, whiere medical assista?nce cannot be easily obtadll .in.d... It is and will ib', mly conllstiant etndeavor ti supply to the district the purest andr -hoiur'st drugs anid chemicals iii the market. M1v only contsidtnrtion in ,,lmiuig " -'the'k is QitUr'r_ regardlcss of Ptre"r Thel ditflerence between the pu:re and thie ii-irt or aditrhcteil Dr?g maiy inhlcuthe dillerrnce between life and death in a fiunily. It is with a deep andi con stantly itnca-inutg 'sense of this heavy nrponsitility, that my business is a!wars tr iedl.on. As tImliiines dcteriorate with age, I ant :aFiist .esfthllilising agen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887
Hotels. Neville's Grand Junction Hotel Acknowlcdged to be the -oeading Wotol in the 'istric gample rooms for Commcrcial Travellrs. IIorsa anti Bu~ies always at hand. Te'e gram; promptly attended to. Parties patronising the abore hotel will reccirb Civility, Comfort, and Attention. Charges Mloderatc. CORNLF.TUS NEVILLE, Proprietor. THE COMMERCIAL UHOTEL ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, DANIEL RYA' , Proprietor. First class accomnmodatin for Visitors, who will find the Commercial hotel tep'ete with every onvelience, - W ines and Spiri s of the B, st Quality. Billiard Table. Good Stablin,, Loose Boxesr, and Padd ek Acrco:nmo ltion. Jio:ses and Bun;gies f r IIi-e on most reasonable terms. THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARlALGON, HA- now elabli.-hed :ti reputaticn na the LEAI)J?NG HOUSE in! the dintrict, and the 'ropi tlor, w ile tlhauling the Public for their pa? support, assures thliem that nothing shall be wa..ting, in t:ie future, t srcure a continua c, ,f the'r Ip tronage. ROBERT MEILL, ,PROP lIEToR. I...
GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS Sale, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887
OpPr'SLAND STOCK REPORTS Sale, Saturday. A. 'T.Lcn and Co. report:-On Thursday. 10th ins-.. we (in conjunction with Whitney and Baird) held a very surccssful'clearino sale on account of 3Ir. E. Maxfield. of Flsnn's Creek. There was a good attendance of buyers, and keen competition 5.r all lots. milch cows selling escecially well. 31ilch cows, £5, £5 15s, £5 17s Gd 6, £ 5. £6 7s Gd. £ 17is Cd, £7, £7 2s ;d. £8 ICs, £10. £10 12s Gd to £10 17s Gd, 2S of which mnale the sat:s factory average price of £6 10s ; springers. £5 2s CG, £G, £6 7s Gd ; draft heifers at £I 2s; young steers and heifers, £1 18s, £2 ]:3x. £2 1Ss. Horses.-£9, £10. £10 15s. to £.0. Pigs.-Breeding sows. £1 1Os. £2 2; 6d, £'1 12s Cd, £d 25 G6. £4 5is; sow with litter at £6 5s ; stores. £I Is to £1 2s; boar at £2 2. 6d; sundries such as dairy appurtenances &e.. &c. realised most satisfactory figures. Odd horses belongi to different owners sold from £t to £10. Messrs Little and Borthwiek report :-Fat Catt...
COMMERCIAL. MORWELL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887
COJIIERCIAL. i. 1JOiWELL MARKETS. Mmarriage, Orr nod Ci. report :-Yester day our yards were f.irly supplied with f:t nod store cattle. The olpe?ing s.tlp-s were dull anud dray, anl all srt.is (with the exception of fats) were fully d,,wi los per h?aid, but towards the lose, pric s advanced aIhnst up to Lite quits- I tions. Our s?les were as fellow.o-fat, lhullcks, light weights, fronm ý3 10s t' £7; fat coirs, fr:.m £5 iii to £7 3s. Stoies. - Fl'owa'lid ?dition hIlllckse, al to0 i-yr-old from .£5 to £3 10s, the latter good : 2 to 21-yr-ohl secrs from £2 13s to £1; st?r? cows, f3 17s anwl ul to £i ts, liw conditioned do £3 t)o 310.: a nice lot of lhifers £3 3, wen-ars from 25s tbo35s. Wealsi?ssoi a fin- horss ;at later market rates. \We hiave :il t `ire port laving leased Lhe T ingalbien I ot.l to m (GilIan, pii'atel y'duri;ng the week at a very satisfaetory tigure flor the lessee. Vie also snid during the week privaitel scveral odd ots of store anld fit cattle nt a very satisfactory ...
GAZETE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887
G.Ai.lZTE NOTICE& Contracts aecepted.-Constrnctionl of-bridge, ca:rtltwork, qtc., Warr?gul station ; additions to.gatekeeper's cot tage at Toongabbie; outbuidings, fen cing, etc., public buildings, Traralgon. The inspector of stock for Gippsland district reports that the sheecp in, this district continue.free from? scab. Applications. for leases approved. John Wydel,18Sa Or 19p,Tarwin; lMary Agnes Hunt, 70a Or 32p, Neerim East; Jlean Teychenne, 170a, Moe.; W. H. Ritson, 160Ia 2r 29p, Narracan South; George W. Porter, 94a 3r- 14p, Allam bee E:Last; Peter 31'Ginn, 56a 1r 32p, Longwarry. Applications for.licenses approyed-- A B. Francis, 5a, Yinnar;. Wmn. Francis, Sn, Yinnar. Applications for grants approved. Bartholomew Kelly, 19;a 2r 25p, 31oe; Henry Veen, 31a Or 33p, Tanjil. Courts.-Sale: Supreme court, 25th; April ; general sessions, Sth March; county court, 8th )!arch; court of .Mines, Sale Sth -March, Walhalla, 2nd June. Tenders.-New school and quarters (wood), Moe, close...