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CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887
COSFEYIANCE OF MAILS. Tenders will be received till Tues day, 15th March, for conveyance of mails, etc., for three years (to 30th June, 1890), to and from the under mentioned places. Forms of tender and.conditions may be - had gratuit ously on application to any post-office in the colony: To and from Warragtd and South Warragul, riu Ellenbank, two days a week. Warragul and Buln Buln, six days n week. Buln Ruln and Dronin North State School, No. 2435, three days a week. Bloomfield Railway Station and Bloomfield, two days a week. Yarragon and Geachville, rid Al lambee, Elder's, William's and Hal ston's two days a week. Yarnragon and Childers, two days a week. aMoe and Tanjil, three days a week. Moe and Walhalla, rid Moondara, Cooper's Creek and Happy-go-Lucky, three days a week. To and from Morwell and Morwell Bridge, six days a week. Morwell and Hizelwobd, six days a week. Darlimurla Railway Station and Loscombe's store, vid Post-office, Dar limurla, three days a week. Post-office an...
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887
REGEIPT iLY gi PAY OFFICE -4--f LEASES. W. Bryson, N. Stevenson, J. Nuttall, J. Dwyer, J. Geale,W. Hardy,J. Gilmour, T. C. Greaves, Walter Marstin, W. Moore, J. Sheills (2), P. Whelan (2), G. Whalley -enr., Patrick Whelan, (2), G. Whallev, i. M-rtin, A. F. M'Donald, J. Pryde, T. ]lichardson, R. Riggall, IH WhittlCa, T. C. Greaves, II. G. Salter, G. Murdoch. Leases under section 32 LA. 1884.-A. j. R. Barbor, W. G. Hensley, E. Sanders, W. Rice, W. Gale. GRANTS. r,. M. Chepnell, J. Evans, W. Gould, F. liandlcev T. 3MNamara, A. Nadenbousch (i), Thonmas Needham (4), W. Russell, E. Scarlett (2), W. Scarlett, J. Co;, T. New man, W. H. Veen, W. Allen, J. O'Connor, A. Wellington, S. Day, C. A. F. Du Ve, C. Pentland, S. Hambrook and another, E. Wykes, S. A. Morrison, E. Pentridge. PAYMIENTS. Traralgon :-C. Wells, J. A. Muirhead, .T. Giloenan, C. Murray, J. Bcrminghan, IL Mill, J. P. Montgomery, 3L Curran, JI. A. Campbell, E F. Fick, Hampton, J. 3L Meade, W. D. Guthrie. A. Lecky. Morwell :-.. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887
Wanted.. W1TANTED KNOWN.--M. M'FARLANE Y Hairedresser and Tobacconist, Franklin street, does not depend on outside show. His work splaks for itself. Hlaircutting lid. Sharing Gd. Best brands for smokers kept in stock. For Sale or To Let. F 01 SALE.-Allotment Land, in Church ' Street, 6; feet frontage by dleptth of 132 feet, near the Church of England. Terms. one-third Cash, balance three and six month.t, with 6 per cent. interest. Apply RECORD OFFICE. FOR SALE-FLOURSACKS. Apply. SWM. GALDRAI I I. laker, Franklin-street, Traralgon. Lost and Found. 1i REWIARD.-Stolen from the Ex change ltotel,Trailgon, about Octo ber last, Bay Mare. saddle and bridle, bran ded dike J over T. near shoulder. A nyone bringing the above to the Morwn-ell Hotel will receive the above reward. W3L M[URDOCH. r OST from Carrajung.- One Chestnut 1J MARE, white face, branded like a trowel (or triangle connected over circle) near shoulder. If found, to be sent to Mr G. Greenwell, Rosedalc. Finder rewarded. D. S. C...
THE TALE OF A PANNIKIN. AN ORIGINAL BUSH STORY. CHAPTER III. PETER BARCLAY'S DAUGHTER CARRIE LOSES HER HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887
TILE T.ALE O1P A ! . A1I7?1 .1 AN ORIGINAL BUSH STORY. (Br J. J. LILLIxSaTo.) lCHAPTER III. PETER BAnCLA?'S DAU.GHTER CAIIIE LOSES HER IIEAiRT. , About the time that the two mates t were indulging in the altercation with .t regard to Yankee Charley's possible t, "periodical," a raggedly-dressed, thin ,n faced, but unconmmonly handsome , youth stepped into Peter Barclay's d shop in Paramatta-street, and raising e a dilapidated hat, bowed in a most r gentleinanly manner to Carrie, who was busying herself in putting the t finishing touches to h!er natutinal o dusting. He said he wished to buy a o tin cup. DMy comrades of the string, , together with myself, were handed down. Without much ceremony he chose me. MI career, gentle reader, as a peregrinative atom is therefore now about to commence. So pay attention. Somehow I fancy there must have been son!ething in the well-modulated musical voice of this utter stranger that went straight to the buxom little damsel's heart. She felt intuiti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 February 1887
1,, apers. Ieaq j r.tpery. CH2. P DRERY! ! AT W. D. LESLIE AND CYO't 1:.1,Y .:O S ., SALE. Every. ?qe Astonished ! N-o One Disappointed! Gall Sý See f.,r Yoursielves Wlae noswI ff,- ct tttc.f.It.cc~ ta C-HEAP. 'U NC_.- IT.EI; CIHEAP M \NCHIISTER P c'ic l"l Iu "tu t - t-ut c Ii :Y- iIh i ii.- .cclicd - it-c tcuc- :t izr3 :ctt-ccuc. rc F ccn.nve c atrluc #- t :f Ichci ".. ef~la jC.-C I:%i. atcbrce s antd.l c 3,t'ir - I 3,t'1 t t_-iG. li do d~l atr . °!: a l n~i1 -e I dozen r A e,-, f Iccrtuc ir. t jRtd, Ili.c.-u at 2.I cnpr -ar 1 cntoni -., tnic tfit patern,. at 2.1 "td aeIII -plcctzid trncn Htlland at ut i r card ,,ottrc ',tirtct,i atc -.z-I net. - ari5 e Cheap T.uwels. Ghecap Towc:-. Another c-"nicic' na-it jutd tof ccc hot. cune whirr I ,'xefiit' ld.a-uti. '.\ err acaccITcci-' Iua t. c ,cd, ihcu itiu i ti l 1.thii.t. Cheap Quilts. CheaI Quils. Sti}I a ew ilr t oefoar Corit Q.:: Its at I_ 3.1 earl, ' . . .. . . . \\ cit. .1. at to-1Lc lt.te~l.c ('hIEA1P PRINTS. CIIZAII' lI'INITS. Tl...
MARIAN WILLIS DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 February 1887
RIAJIR?V WILLIS DR.AiATiC COJIPAXY. The Marian Willis' Dramatic Com pany, who have been playing with a considerable amount of success in Sale and B-iresdale and other towns, opened in Traralgon last night for a season of three nights. The company, which comprises many artistes, of acknowledged reputation were un fortunate in being unable to obtain a h-ll suitable f, r the presentation of their plays, and rather than not make make an appearance here they decided to perfonrm in the court house. This was transfornmed into a very presenta ble little theatre. Last night the piece placed upon the boards wasa dramatisa tion of Bleak House with Miss Willis in the role of Lady Dedlock, and if the fittings and appointments were not such as might be desired, this was atoned for by some very excellent act ing. The audience was a good one, and the applause was hearty and fre quent. The reputation of the -Marian Willis Company is so well known that it is needless to say more than that they sustai...
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 February 1887
SECOND DAY. BY TELEGR.PII. The second day's races were very successful. There was a large attend ance, and although the course was very heavy the racing was good. SELLING IIURDL.FS. 3ewburn 1, Schoolboy 2, Freeze Out 3. Five started, and the winner was bought by Mr. J lice £63. CAMPBELL PLATE. Mossiface (7lbs penalty) I, Beelze bub 2, Emblematic 3. Seven started. STEEPLECIASF. Royal Oak 1, Moonlight 2, Fish 3. This was a splendid race, all the horses jumped well, and there were no falls. PCBLICAN'S PURSE. 1Mossiface (14lbs penalty) 1, Dexter 2, Danscuse 3. Five started. AMATEUR HANDICAP. Blue Bell (MSr. Lett) 1, Mustang (Mr. Rice) 2, Caractacus (Mr. M'Leod) 3. Six started. FINAL FLITTEP. ecelzebub, 1; HIer Ladyship, 2 ; and Young Sam, 3.
NARRACAN VALLEY CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 February 1887
,ARRACA_ VALLEY C6A.IP. In consequence of reports made to the Central Board of Health in regard to the neglect of sanitary matters at the arracan Valley, the assistant en gineer was sent up to report upon the place. He visited the camps at Four Mile and Eight-Mile Camps, and re commended a number of sanitary pre cmutions to be taken by the contrac t r as far as posssible. The IleanIhh Officer, Dr J. P. Montgomery, in com pany with the secretary of the local board of health has frequently visited the camps and endeavored to enforce cleanliness as far as possible. He states that while the reports have been much exaggerated, still there is much disregard of decency. The doc tor, however, points out that complete regard for sanitary requirements can hardly be looked for in such a place, and indeed he considers that some of the suggestions made are impractic able among such a body of men so far removed from the proper control of the authorities.
THE SALE TO STRATFORD LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 February 1887
TILE SALE TO STRATFORD LI.NE_ The inhabitants of what Sir Ch:e. Gavan Doffy felicitously styled "a new province" have, until within the last decade or so, been practically cut off from communication with the rest of Victoria, old Gippslanders to the pres ent day speaking of tile rest of Victoria generally as Port Phillip. The Mel bourne ,and Sale railway has, however, clanged that condition of tlhin-.s, and since then the construction of lines into the southern forest lands from Traraleon to Heyfield, Maffr.a end llairnsdlle, and along the coast at Port Albert, all of which, will, ere long, be accomplished facts, has 1 ruglht the residents of the far east and the metropolis into touch. When the line from Trralgon, through ITevfield, Haffra and. Stratford to iBairnsdale, was mooted, the inhabitants of Sale objected, as they considered that their town should be connected with Bairns dale, and the proposed line did not av proach thie eastern capital within 10 miles. The northern route,...
FLYNN'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 February 1887
[F1RO3 OURI OWS CORRESPONDENT.] The weather continues unusually dry for this time of the year. In some cases water has to be carted for a con siderable distance for domestic purpo ses; water for stock is also getting scarce on the back blocks, but those se lectors who are so fortunate as to have creek frontages have no fear on the score of water. A change in the wea ther is being very anxiously looked for. Blight and sore eyes are very prevalent just now, owing no doubt to the con tinued hot weather. I notice, too, that a kind of opthahnlmia is prevalent among the cattle, numbers of which are suffering; some are totally blind in one or both eyes. Some of our farmers have been try ing to burn their stubble and have succeeded in burning their fences pretty considerably. So far the fires have not gat beyond the frrmns on which they were lighted, but it requires a good deal of careful watching. There is considerable danger in lighting fires outside at this season of the year, us when on...
A TALE OF SUFFERING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 February 1887
A TARE OF SUFFERJI.G. The following extracts from a letter just received by a resident in Victoria fr2om'- relatives :,ho were: engaged in the sugar --industry in the flooded districto6fYataln, Albert River, exhibit the utter, and in .many cases irretrievable, ruin which has so widely befallen the agricultural population of the southern part" of. Queensland, and the almost miraculous "which escapes many experienced, while no less than 58 persons are known to have perished : "Yatala, 1st February, 18S7.-Dear Aunt and Uncle,-Just a few lines to tell you of the terrible calamity that has visited us. The water rose on Fri day night, covering the wharf (near the mill), but we did not suspect any danger. Pa had just returned from Brisbane that evening, and we retired to rest as usual. About 3 in the morning I had occasion to rise, when T found the water in the kitchen.. I gave the ;l.arm, and we had just time to put a few clothes on when it had risen up to the front room. The cur rent now...
THE LADY AND THE DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 February 1887
THE LADY AN-D THE DOCTOR. A case of considerable interest be tween Dr Edward Garland Figg and Mrs Bertha M'Millan, an outfitter, carrying on business in Nelson Place, Williamlstown, has had its facts ven tilated at the local couit: Mrsa1'Mil lan proceeded against the doctor on two charges-one of using insulting words, and the other of assault. The doctor had a cross summons against the lady also for assault. Thile facts as described by the plaintiff her daughter, and a bootmaker named Entglish, went to show that about two o'clock on the afternoon of the 27th January Dr Figg came to M rs M'Mil lan's shop and asked to see her. She came out, when lie accused her of in terfering with his business 'by, being the cause of a young medical man, Dr Hector Maclean, takirig up one of his cases-a ease of measles in a childL be longing to a Mrs Edwards, Who had come by the steamer Chimborazo. Mrs 3i'Millan attempted to explain wlhen the doctor sttiek her in a corner. and threatened her with ;his...
SALE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 February 1887
SALE RACES. The following are the result-' f s' first day's raclsgof the Sale Turf I':' :i held oh Wednesday : HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Hon. W. Pearson's b g lov, 6 vrs.: 71h ..... (1`1? x1` Mr J. B. Gill's b oz br g Whalbnh, aged, 11st (Wil liam' Mr T. Aspinall's brhg Derby,:r. rlo. : -. SIIfES PRODUCE STAKF?- ? Mr A. Smith's b f Her LadyShip, b1 y His Lordship--Vesta (Mtourove) I 3Mr A. Smith's b c Upper Crnlt, by rI His Lordship--Minnow (T. Aslinall) Mr A J;: rLeld's b " Teempter, ! His Lordship-Touchit (31. Dykn) SALE HANDICAP. Mr J. Calvert's ab h 3lossiface, 4 .r 6st 121b .. .... (Cr) Hon. W. Pearson's b m DansenerA.4' r -Cst 41h (carried 31b over) (Cracknrell? Mr T It Rnw's blk m Bluebell, 5.V~ 7st 81b ... ... (Gardicer) DISPOSAL STAKES. Hon W. Pearson's b g Crusoc.: , r (£20), 7st 71) ... .. (Gorry) Mr A . J. 'Leod's b g The Trader, f;Y (£40) 8st 101b ... ( 'l?y',cFl Mr J. 3'Grade's b m Coralis, 4Y0 (nil) Gst 111b ... ... (Rice LATROBE HANDICAP. Mr G. Davis' b m Meersrchaom 4yr...
ELLISDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 February 1887
ELLISD1I LA. Ellisdale, the property of Messrs 1M'Iver and M'Lean, is situated in a commanding position on the Upper, Flynn's Creek, and whether viewed from a farmnning or grazing- standpoint may be regarded as one of the most valuable holdings in the district. The property, which is freehold, was pur chased by its present possessors some few months since and we understand that they .have every reason to be satisfied with their acquisition. The land consists of 970 acres, all well grassed and sub-dividedintol Ipaddocks About 60 acres have been under oats, which have just been reaped; but owing to the scarcity of labor it was late before the crops could be got in, consequently the yield will not be above the average. About 20 acres have been devoted to peas, which have made the excellent return of 45 bushels to the acre. Up to the time of the present owners entering upon the property, farming operations had not been extensive, but weunderstand from Mr M'Iver, who, by the way received...
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 February 1887
A v HHERE AND TJEA. BY RAMBLELR. And nothilg but the thread that binh thmm 1ac A gentleman well-known i t1.: town. decided .to acconlanv friends on a fishing exCurcios tle Otlr day, and upon arriving at the rira r cast in his line along with tl1,, It was soon noticed by his com?nut, however that he was not a last nliw in Isaac Walton's "gentle art, '"at his extraordi:nary efbforts to lpr. his talckle from complete entan-les.wL: afforded much fum it. was olerti.. t one moment that his float was up, down. Then when he got it ri-lt," lie would watch it with breti. eagerness each time it wsas caur under by the current and vi imagining that lie had got a b1itl, w time " swished" his line out with so. violence as to entangle it, and ,i:. the ears, eyes, t&c., of every oaeir l.i: jeopardy. But the task that botll~i our embryo fisherman most wa;s bait;;. the hooks and adjusting them. 1li, not going so far as to say that the ii was affixed to the barb, shai!::i barb often occupied re...
FLOODS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 February 1887
FLOODS IN ?NEW SOUTII WALES. LOSS OF LIFE. Reports from Taree state that de structive floods occurred on Sunday on the Manning River. All the low lying lands were swamped and much valuable property was destroyed, the losses in live stock being considerable. A commercial traveller, representing a Sydney ironmongery house, is missing, and several narrow escapes from drown ing are reported. A telegram from Kempsey states that the river Macleav has been visited by a flood which reacihed to within Gft. of high water mark, and inflicted seri ous injury upon the farmers and graziers on the low-lying lands. Floods also occurred on the Bellinger and Nambuecra rivers. The Bellinger steam-tug Ranger was wrecked at Macleay on Sunday morning. The Ranger tried to weather the gale, and Captain Wal:ker hald both his arms broken in trying to steer his vessel to the beach. She would not answer the helm, however, and on Sunday morn ing was driven ashore. The Captain had tied himself to a life-buoy, bu...