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RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE, TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE, TRARALGON. -4--. PAYMENTS. TamALaos.-. I. Baird (2),J. Peterkin & Co. (3), M. Rout, Narracan Free Library, M[o Free Library, J. P. Montgomery, II. hampton, M. A. Campbell, J. E. MD)onald & Co., D. Iussall, T. S. Savage. ROSEDnL.-W. Allen, J. Young, J. Gillscnan (2), W. H. Spencer, T. Fcily. MOaLWELL-.- .- Chapn, J. Ilasthorlc, G. Milne, W. Bredin (2), R. A'Phne, C. P. Nind. GRANTS. RI. hir, T. Copeland, J. Fitzpatrick. G. Firmin, W. Gould, F. landley, W. C. Jones, T. King, Mercer and others, J. Mitchell, J. RI MIzuendie, J. M'Donald, A. Nazenboanch (2), T. Nccdham (4), R. Pratt, E. Scarlett (3), R. G. Timbs, W. Thompson, W. Wilson, J. Wright, F. Willis, Mechanics' Institute Toongabbie, J. F. 1'. Jones. LEASES. D. C. Archibald, G. Dare, F. Dietrich, G. Dawson, P. Gorman, J. Gcale, V. Ilardy, J. N. Hlmson, J. M'Farlaan, W. Murdoch, L. Molloy, T. M3'Mahon, Walter Marstin (2), W. Moore, A. F. 'D)onald, RI. Riggall, E. L. Simmons. J. Sheills ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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MIRBOO. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

?IRBOO.... (From our own Correspondent). Monday. On Saturday last a meeting of the Mirboo and Boolara Tramway Lesagu was held at Goldsmith's Helle Vue hotel. The secretary,Mr John Jagoe, and a'fair attendance of selectors were present, and in tbo'absence of the lpre sident,'Mr .P. O. Pring was voted to the chir. ' The .minutes of the pre vious meetinig were read and confirmed. A letter was read fromn the Railway de partment, to the effect that the L'ea?ue would have to use their own judgo. meat as to the beat means of obtaining certain information, and for a walking sulvey, and a report as to the practi. cability of tlhe route, and probable gradient. .Theb , werei' refdired to'tihe Shire eghiieer,:Mir`Caiinpitell. -The letter was duly received. The '??air. iman then informed tihe meeting that accompanied by a. member of the League he had seen Mir Campbell on tile subject-and lle had told ilthem that, while he would be.most happy, and quite willing to do all'he coald to advance the.i...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

OOMM.IEROIAL. -0 Messrs Marriage, Orr and Co report:- At Trralgoo, Monday, 22:nd inlst.. our yards were well supplied with stock in the cario.s classes, and there wv s alarme ttenldance of buyers. Market for young and store stock has fallen 3s to 5s per head. Fat and other sorts in good demand asd firm at recent rates. A ood fall of rain isgreatly noIelet in the di et, and when it come will materially effect the ensuing sales. We sold a iice lot of 14 fat ballocks. £7; fat cows, £5; fat hiefers, £5 7s lid; tenms worke:s at £; 17s lid, £9 7s, £10 los; store bullocks. £3 Its and £4 ; dry cows. £2 Ts Gd, £2 15s, £3 2s; milkers: £1 to £5; .springse, £4 15s; -2 nice Alderney cows at £10 each. PIgs. Stores forward, 10s, 12s, 153, Il;s; porkers, 20S, 21s. Sheep.--A nice flock at Is tos and 7T 2d apiece. Next sale-M.lorwell, Monday. 29th inst. At our next Trafalgar sale we will have 875 purebred merinus for sale. Messrs A. lcLean and Co. report:- Osn Monday we yarded about S0 head of cattle...

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MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

MI?RWELL. A well attended meeting of, gentlemen interested iin the Mor?ell Annual Athletic Sports, was held in the Mechanics' Instituite on Tuesday evening.- Mr Gay in the chair; after hearinge the report of last yearn gathering and re-election of '1r Gay as president of the Sports Club,Lthe programme was arranged.' for Easter iMonday next as follows :-Maideh plate (handicap), 100 yards, £4 ; hurdle race (handicap), 300 yards, £,; M£orwell handicap, 100, 200, 300, £10; mile race (handicap), £7; long jump, £110s; ran 'ning high juminp, £2- vaulting with pole, £1 10 ; married mens' race (h.ndicap), £1 10s; siamese race, £1 ; putting the stone, £1; sack racel ; potato race, £l ; egg irad spoon race, £1; tilting in the ring, £3100.,. The Morvell minstrels will give i eiitertainmeit followed by aball in thl eei?niig inil d of the funds of the club: £10 Will be given away in prizes for the sporti. 'Fuller particulars will appear inl our advertising columns, or may Ie ob tained from Mr Cha...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT. lAT C.ATTr.-1840 were yarded, a lane proportion of which were of useful to good qltality. Prime sorts were sparingly represented, and the few to hand sold at about late rates ; but the demand. was very dull for other descriptions, and prices receded fully 10s per head from last week's rates, the reduction in some instances being greater on second-class cattle. Prime pens of bullocks sold at from £10 0s to £11 Ss (odd beasts to £13 Ss); good do. from £9 to £10; second do., fram £iG 10s to £8; inferior, from £4. Prime 1ens cows, from £7 to £8 (odd beasts to £8 Il lid); good do., from £5 to .6; middling and inferior, from £3 10s. Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. leave sold 18 bullocks for Mr P. O'Brien, Cowwarr, to £12 5s, averaging £10 9s. MessMr Powers, Rutherford and Co. have sold 22 bullocks and cows for Mr W. E. Powers, Powers court, at £7 15s. Messrs ichalrd Gibson and Co. sold 20 Lullocks for Messrs Camp bell Bros., Traralgon Park, to £9 17s lid, averaging £...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ---- [By Wire : From our own Correspondent.] .Melbourne, Thursday, 8 p.m. The Imunpton trial commenced to day, :efere JudeO Williams. Sir Bryan O'Losh:en defended. Acensed pleadled not guilty. The representatives of the Sydney Bicycle clues arrived ti-day, and were n et at the Railway Station by the Melbonrne clubs and 'driven it drage to the Town Hall. They were received by the Mayor, whos entertaiued them with a lulcheon. Th' libel action of IlarryStockdale, the explorer, v. Sydney " Evening News" resulted in averdic: for plaintiff, who was awarded £500 damrnges. The mail steamer Rome sailed to. day, among the pas-eogrers were Sir Januea and Ladly M'Culloeh, Graham Berry, wire and family,-LAdy Charles Scot, and Sir George Beaumrnt. Tin. -"°i of David Parker, late .trtrntr ,:, to firm rf Goldsborouglh & Co.. pv,. ;,r.sed to d-y, reve.t'ate £500, personal £15,0o0, elichi is leqsreadltd u, his wife arnd fmily. Depnty Postmaster Gen'r:l Mr. ht'Gow?a is grn...

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TOWN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

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BOOLARA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

BOOLARA. (From our own Correspondent.) • The Boolara Sports were held here on Wednesday, the 17th instant, (St. Patrick's Day) in Mr Penaluna's pad dock. The weather was delightful, and taking advantage of it, no less thtan 400 people put in an appearance to witness the several events, which, I am happy to say, went off without a hitch, ever one leaving the grounds fully contented with the events of the day. The trapeze and swinging bar, which were miad by Messrs Appleton and Co., were admired by many, the workmanship was excellent, and being msde of blackwood and nicely var nished lahked very nice. To: Mr Walsh, the starter, too much praise cannot be given for the excellent way he carried out his duty, also to Mr Firmin, the judge, his decisions meeting with the approval of all comn petitors. Tihe ball which was held in the evening proved a great success, about 60 couples kept up dancing until the small hours or morning. The secretary, Mr R. 1cPhee, dreserves much credit for the ma...

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TOONGABBIE. (CONTRIBUTED). [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

TOONGABBIE. (CONTK,,UTED). Tihe picnic in connection with the Toongabbie Band of Hope was held under the el adows of t e forest trees a short distance from the villge o' Wecnesday the 17th instant. This event has occupied the minds and hearts of the children of Too-gbbie for a considerable time past, and in. deed some of the rarents of the chlil. dren, and some of their big brothers and sisters appeared equally interested. Their brightest anticipations were more than realised. At 9 o'clock in tie morning tile children, with fIr Sandow and Father Goodwin to keep them in order, assembled at the slll. The children were very neat and suit. ably dres.ed, each one was provided with a mug. by the direc'iou of the the secretary. They were fnnrmed into double-columo, and with banners flying marched joyonoly thrnutgh !the tret anu away to to he pliee chozn : ::. day's sport. S.iwg, renckat, re.. t marbles, Iollies, ~i., and other g?'!,. ouch i:s teop the gap, choosing . : (an ear ' choie' ), ...

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FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, March 24. Messrs M'Caw, Mi'lwrick and Co. re port:-" Cheese.-Usual supply forward. Market dull, at a redtction on last week's rates. Prime ranged from 61d to 71d; medium to good, 4d to 5ld. Inferior lower. Potted Butter.-Largo supply. Mlarket slack, prices showing reduction. Prime new ranged from 9d to Is per lb. ; lower sorts dull of sale from 3d upwards. Fresh Butter.-Largo quantity. Prices easier. Prime half-pounds from 101d to Is Id per lb., few dairies higher; pounds and lumps, 8d to lid per lb.; inferior lower. Eggs, is lid to is 41d per dozen. By wire last night we received the follow-. ing report of yesterday's market :-Small supply of stores, market brisker; pork, largo number forward, prices higher; bacon, moderate supply, market steady, same as late rates.

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. At the expiration of ond month it is intended to grant the following gold mining leases :-G. Swan and another; "New Yenture," t2a Or 11p Deptford, P. M'Laren, "The Revival," 29a 3r 30p; Taujil Also the following mineral lease. -R. J. Archer and another, "The Moo and Narracan Railway Colliery Company," 305a 1r 21p, parish of Moe. The following transfers of leases have been registered at the office of Titles: J. R. King, Yeering, to the Victorian Railway Commissioners; T. Cranny, Gifford, to P. Clement, Prospect; J. Davis, Moondarra, to A. Templeton, Traralgon ; J. Campbell, Narracan, to W. Dans, Tra ralgon. The following applications for leases have been approved:-J. Rowley Rose dale; W. Rankin, W. AAshby, Moo ; G. Jukes Narracan South: W. Fergus, Nar acan. The following applications for grants have been approved:--F. W. Mapleson, Traralgon; D. M. Parker, Loy Yang. The following licenses have been' declared void :-W. Bredin, junr., Traral on; ..P. .Hudson, . Briag...

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SERIOUS FIRE AT DARLIMURLA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

SERIOUS FIRE AT DARLIMURLA. The Darlimurla correspondent of the Gippaland "1Mercury" waites: About half-past four on M, nday morning, tihe 21st instant, the whle of Mr J. Bryer's premises, D rijnuirla township, which consisted of general store, hotel, pest-,Atice stabling, &e., was comp'etel: destroyed by fire, and it was with the ntmo't difficu:ty that the occupants, Mr Joihn Chamberlain, his w f-,aud fiv, ii tle children,eecaped with their livea The orimnn of.the fire is a mystery at present, tiough strenuous tffaorto should be made by the police authorities to a ceriain whe ther, or not, it may have been the work of an incendiary. The fire was first observed by a man engaoed at the establishment. T'he whole of the back portions of the premises wan in flames, and lie had to burst in the front door to give the alarm to the sleeping, inmates" After the family had collected outside in the roadway, it was discovere I that one child was yet missing, but she, a little girl, by a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. March 20. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (BY SUBMARINE CABLE] (From the " Argus.") March 20. Last iighbt in thelHouse of-Oommone, a motion by Henry.Ricliard, member for Merthvr Tydoil,,declaring that war shall not be proclaimed nor treaties concluded with any foreign powers. nor' any terrilory annexed by the British Government without. tho: sanction of Parliament, was rrjectod by a majority of sii votes. The onuse of Lords yesterday passed a resolution favorab'e ta the opening of - museumsa and' pidttro galleries on Sundays. [This is the first tine a motion for openiig theo iublic libraries and museuma :on Sunday has been carried ih the 'IHole of Lords. On the 20th March, Julst. year, a mo'ion to this effect by Lord Tlhurl ,w.was rejected by the castinsgvota of the Lord Chan cellor, the number being 64 for and 64 against the motion:]. Mr G. .W.,Itusden, the defendant in- the receInt I bel action Broce v. Ruslden, in which Ihe plaintiff ol;tained a verdict :nithl £5.000 damaaoes, ho:s riven notice of his...

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[?]S OF [?] [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

Wanted. W ANTED a respectbcle young girl, useful in house work. Apply by :ltter 311s. U. GUENTHER, Tanner's Park. Callignee. WTANTED middle aged person, as gene. raul servant. Apply J. I. BALFOUR & CO., Traralgon. \VTANTED.-Apprentices to the Dress making.- Apply, Miss ADAIIR, Franklin-street,Tmr.amlgon. -/ANTED.-Apprcntices to the Dress making. Apply-ELIZA TANNER, Franklin-st., Traralgon. W" ANTED.-A Competent Groom. Al SV ply-M-ill's Club hotel, Trarlgon. T ANTIED-:A Boy as Apprentice to the FF Blacksmithing. Apply-WALTER WEST. }}{ANTED.-A Respectable lad about 14 i years of age. 1. KLEESATTEL, Chemist, Traralgon. . \T ANTED.-Tenders for burning off fal IT len timber on 300 aneres land Upper Flynn's Creek, horse power 'and hut pro. vided. The lowest or any tender not ne4e, sarily necepted. Enquire lOS'T OFFICE, Upper Flynn's Creek. LOCH -PARK EXTENSION. DUSBAI'S GIRANGE. LAND SALE, 31st MIAROIT. On terms unprecedlentcd in the annals of Land Sales in Uippsland. Tenders. EIE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

Auctions. MARRIAGE, ORR, &' CO., AUCTIONEERS, S'OCiK AND LAND AGENTS, ITOLD SALES OP LIVE STOCK in their yards at TRAR.nIG O, I OP TNIGIITLY 3IORWELL i TOONG.OA111E AN TIRAFALTGAP. R lnNTHI.s m' oll0' Per our 31:0000 Advertisemeuts CLEARING OUT unld otter SALES prc I.rly put through. AGENTS OR NationaloNewZer.. land.Fire Insenance Co P.lonial Itutual Fireand Life Insurace Co. New York Life Innurance. Co. ?.-w Zealand Mercantile A.?ncy Co. LOANS ne-goiated. and VALUATIONS made. II EAD OFFICE-TRARALG-N. TRAFAlIIAR. SATURDAY, M3.RCII o7. lJARI: i.GE, O11R & CO. will oell 30 hmlad ixas Cattle TR k?IALGON, SATURDAY, MARICII 27. 1I ARRllIAGE. ORR, & CO. will sell on account of Ilichanl Kin~., Esq. Ili, splendid Freehold Farm. consisting of 316a 3r 2Op. allotment 12. parish of Willung. hInla ollo, good pasture land,l two-ail fencimg, tad splendid water, two miles up M.erriman's Crnek from Me.ron station, eight miles from lRse?lale. Note the Terms: £200 Cash. halance...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

TRAEALGON DISPENSARY Chemist, Druggisti -ndD Iantist (By examination). Mecer o v! the Pharmaceutical Society of Victoria. zhysicmans Prescriptions and Family Recipes most carefully dispensed The exact copy of every Prescription is registered for future reference. Medicines forwarded promptly to all townships of the district, on application Teeth carefully stopped and extracted, only the newest style of instruments used. The large Stock includes, amongst numerous other articles : Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes of Kent'S manufacture, every brush guranteed Piesse and Lubin's, Gosnell's, Rimmel's, etc., Perfumery. Lavender Water, several brands, is, 2s, and 3s per bottle. Highly perfumed Hair Oil, scented with Otto de Rose, and Orange Flower Is per bottle Medicated Lozenges, of every description Marking Ink, genuine indelible, is per bottle Superior Seidlitz Powders, made of pure chemicals and full weight, Is 3d Disinfecting Powder, for checking the spread of contagious diseases. Mustard ...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1886. THE ELECTRIC LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

"IOOERATE, BUT PROGOEISSIVE. (Published every Friday mo ning.) FRIDAY, MAIICIT 26, 1886. THE ELECTRIC LIGHT. Or all th great powers which sean les discovered, and has been'able to utilisefor the en~lightelinenut(in a double sense) of the world, the' greatest lierhaps' is electricity. Silce the discovery of this grceat powrc, men in every part of the civiliscdl 6orld: ?leo.?givcn iit, their profoudcst attention, asind-hbi~ studied hard to discover the best means of using it. As the result of their discoveries, persons living hundreds of miles apart may converse as speedily as though they were within a few feet of each other. The grasping of the electric current as it is pIusing, and compelling it to take certain definite paths, and carry such messagesas the operator desires, has rightly .been considered one ofthegreatest achievCmenits in modern times. The flashing of intelli gence all round the world at such astonishing speed has led some persons to think that the true and only use o...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 March 1886

CtraPBrLL.-On the 21st inst. at Loch 'ark, the wife of James Campbell, O.E., WHITTAKERS-On the 10th inst; at her   residence, Rotherwood, Flynn's Creek, Mrs James Whittakers, of a daughter. -MARRIAGE. PI--PEA4so,.-On the 17th - Mnrch, at S'the resdcidec of the bridecs parents, Haw thorn, by the ler. \V. H.I Titehett, B.A., .Francis Adolphus, sixth surriving son of Geo. Phu, E.-q., county Dublin, Ireland, to Anoice Elizabeth (Lily). eldest daughter of Geo. l'e'non, Esq., Habbies Howe, Liddiard' Street. DEATH, WALSn.-On Thursday, March 18th, Mary Riley, the beloved wife of Thomas Walsh. of Traratlgo?'and one of the oldest resi dents of the district. CAMrPnELL.-On the 25th inst., Richard Andrew, sor of Mr James Campbell, Kaye Street, Traralgon. GoaarA.e.-On the 23rd inst., at felbournina terrace, Mo. 2 Drummond-street, Carlton, John Ntaccy Gorman, aged 44 years, late of Rosedale. Gilpsland.

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