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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

TRARALGON DISPENSARY PAUL KLEESATTEL,   Chemist, Druggist, and Dentist (By examination).   Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Victoria.   Physicians Prescriptions ahd 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 appliciation 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 manulacture, every brush guranteed Piesse and Lubin's, Gosnell's, Rimmel's, etc., Perfumery. Lavender Water, several brands, 1s, 2s, and 3s per bottle. Highly perfumed Hair Oil, scented with Otto de Rose, and Orange Flower 1s per bottle Medicated Lozenges, of every description Marking Ink, genuine indelible, 1s per bottle Superior Seidlitz Powders, made of pure chemicals and full weight, Is 3d Disinfecting Pow...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 January 1886

DEATH Row - On the 17th January, at Traralgon, Herbert Goldsborough, the infant son of T. H. and Helen Row.

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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CORRESPONDENCE. SCIENTISTS IN ERROR. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

;CQORRESPONDENCE. "SCIENTISTS IN ERROR. Tethe Editor othTraralgon Recordi . S -Tlreed the leader of your issue of tlh, IoltI witih intrestand as a christian I ipiie To in al a fewr remarks on it-the mnioreso because. it tends to scepticism ofthe bibl,. Now :3r. Editor, if you study a very little, dyou ??vl?" d thaiftscieitiilts cannot he relied on..Irefiaimber our Irish school liooks statedthatthe sun wasupwards of 95,000,000 of miles.fro?i'thel.esith. At the transit of Vens'hiehli occirred'afew years agn there were tire or three millions taken off, and at the nckt measurement, therm may be a few nore taken off. or added to, as the case may require. So iinch' for nstronomy. Some yers ago geologists sid there was no gold below a certain depth. Onr minersdisrlgarl. ing the statement went down and found the gold. Agaii there was a geologist invited from Sydfiey sonie 20 yesd ago' to report on the formation of Victoria as regards' coal. His report was adverse-in fact there was no coal t...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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KATE DRUMMOND'S LOVER. II. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

ATEI DRUmMOND'Sov LOVER, ----- "No,.' the girl said wearily; "I am just wokeni g tup,' awd she rosa to lher feet. A. sun-brnwn' d list lay,. on the soet ne.ir her, and she placed it hatlessly on the dark, wavy hair. Mrs Steele, while friening to be engagedl in completing the operations ,onnereted with the milk which had ieen auspended by Kate, was watching her niehe closely. "Ara: you going to are Jonas, nmy chihl ?" ishe qluestioned, as Khte was tirning away; "lhe is in the creek paddock breaking in your new more, yo. know." " [ dlol't want t·o rse him," the girl saild, as, dropping" the.skirt she had ]pinned. up during her morning's work, Ole walked quickly upithae garden. "W'het muaggot has she cot in her head ilow, 1 wonder?" Mrs Steele soliloqirised, looking after Kate until she wuas ano longer visible. "I wish to goodness it was all-over; perhaps she'd settle downf then. 'I. know I should; for Jonas would he safe." : - Meanwhile Kate herself disappeared among the old orclhard ...

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ROSEDALE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21. Before Messrs Sykes and Cansick, J.'sP. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

ROSEDALE POLICE COURT. -0 THSI"SDAT, JAHART 21. Before Messrs Sykes and Cansick, J.'sP. A clever swindler named Jas Anderson was charged with forging and uttering cheques purporting to be signed by Mr I. G. Biggs, of Carrajung, and .Mr Thos. Greaves, of Toongabbie, and also with obtaininig money by false pretences from Mr George Greenwell, of the Exchange Hotel, and Mr J. S. Gorman, of the Rosedale Hotel The first charge brought against the prisoner was that he did on the 25th of December, 1885, by false pretences in presenting a valueless cheque, puporting to be signed by John W. S. allantyne on the Bank of Australasia, Ballarat, obtain from George Greenwell money amounting to £10, with intent todefraud. George Greenwell deposed: I am an hotelkeeper at Rosedale. I know the prisoner; he has been in my employment and stayed at my house Prisone: represented to me that he had mining shares at Ballarat, in November last, .an told me that he was going up to see about them. When he came b...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Thursday Evening. THE HAMPTON FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

;LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (By Electric Telegraph.) Thursday Evening. THE HAMPTON FAMILY. ,.The child was buried to-day. A large usimber ef the residents of Coburg -followed the funeral, also many of the stockade officials off duty. After. the funeral:the ecest son Charles went for a walk-with his Teither. On their return he refused toenter the house. His mainer wasi peculiar, and girldually developed the worst symptoms 'of insanity. The police were sent for, and it took eight men to secure him, and carry him to the watchhonse, where he was placed in a str.ight jacket. The eldest girl was much excited by the disturbance, and tried to tear the bsudages off her arm with her teeth; she is eiry restless, and passed a bad night. Tihe doctors.are doubtful of. her recovery. The mother is quieter, and sane on all topics biu murder. She said she wished all girls wets dead' " S?Qricket match.-Victoria, second innings, 110.. New South Wales won by 150 runs. (Geelonr Cnp-Claptrap, 1; First Prince, 2...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

MELBOURNE:' . =-o- Wednesday evening. " Te fistmeetini of thoFederalCoun cil of the Australian colonies. is. now being held in-,Iobirt, .Tasmania.. Thp businese sittings commenced on Mson day, when the trider of ?husineiss'was decided.upon and the council el&cted theiir president: ''r Griffith (Quiense land) nominated Mr Service' for:'the position and the nomination was seconded by Mr Douglas (Tasmadia): Me Service was then...unnimobsly elected pr si.lent of ithe:ifirst Fedbral Council. It is understoond that :Mr Douglas considered himself, by virtue of his position as.Premier of the colony, in?which the meeting was held, entitled to the honor accorded Mr Service, and it required the exercise of great persua sive powers to-indu'ce him'to give way He:did so, however, and in a mos. generous manner supported the nomit nation of the Victorian Premier, 'with the result above stated. The council was formally declared open for the. traisaction of business by His Excel:. lency Sir G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

TIIAltALGON POST OFFICE. MAILS )DESI'ATCIIED. 51EI?.OURcE, and-nall- intermediate offices Sdaily, 740 a.m. and 5.20 pm. SALE. anmd 'all intermediate oltices daily, 1115 n.m. and 7 50 p.m. IIEYI'If Dn, daily, 11"15 a.m. and 750 p.m. VWALLALh.A, via Toonalbbie, Manday Wed Inelay. Friday. 11'15 n.m. Via ?ioe, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, 740 a.m. GLEnsGAlirY ' TposoNAllli Daily at 11 a.m. CowwAan , CALtGlc. E, Tuesday. and Friday 8n30 a.m. TEEIS, Tuesday and Friday, 1215 p.m. ý tFOR, THIIE GREATEST WONDER or MODEXRN TIMES! Lnaac peienee has proed thin a moun remediei ruib mast c nectual in curing ciher th dangerms maladi cr the slighter complaints arhici anr nare paniculaly n cidental to re lik of a mner or thosea livi in thie Occasional does oa these Pill will gnard tie syrstn" oeinst those evils whictis crFo l,sha the human race, st--eangh.n oalds, and all diorderr of te liver and ntimal?h -t refuent ftrerumairs if (ever. dysentery, iaria aandothe IteOr. t r do h 'ns ire min effctual...

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TOWN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

'TOWN 'DIRECTORY. Tain?tr.oy-?Nihetv-(ereii :nmiles fiom Melbourne, on the main Gippsnlad line, at tie junctrli of the Hdyfield line.: '. Shire Council.-Presidenr, J. Peterkin. Esq., Councillors, M[essrs G, Firu:n. 1) Campbell. II. Breed, Rodycomb, Kelleher, Forsyth, 3Mill, and Varney: Shire Secretary and Engineer, Mr James Campbell: Rate Colle:lor, Works Inspector, &e., F. M'Kin nell; Treanurer,J, Ii. Heed, manager of Bank ofAustrllasin: Health Office,Di Montgoer'y Inspector ot Nu sances, Cnstnhle Donoghue; the Council also act se a Local Iloard of Health, and meet for business on the second. Wednesday in the month at 11 am.' , Lar.-1'olice Magistrate, A. '\V. uInit(' .sq , who holds courts on the fourth Thutr. day in'every month, the , Justices- of the Peace presiding on tie seconid Thursday, at 10a.m. ; Llerk of Court, and also Electoral Registrar, Mr Charles Dou Yo; Justices of the Peace, Messrs J. Peterkin, Dr 'MHrrison R. Young, W. Whittake s, It: MaIkay, and J. Skes. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

' The best thing a real ignoiramus cani do is to become adrunkard.: Everybody will 'thoen observe.what a smart man ho wodld be if he" would..6nly let whisky alone, and;thousandr of lies'?ould lie told for his bxinefit. : . Meetings. A MEETING of the Traralgon Racing Club will be held this evening in the 'Court-house. Business: To make programme. It is specially requested that members will meet punctually at 8 o'clock. WM. NELSON, See. T.R.C. Wanted. W ANTED.-COIIRRESPONDENTS in the country. Forparticulars applyat this office. W ANTED n Respectable Person as Cook r & Laundress. Apply TRARALGON HOTEL. W ANTED KNOWN.-That Messrs West and Brooks, Coachbuilders, Seymour street, Traralgon. have made to order, an EXPRESS WAGGON suitable for the ranges. Inspection invited. " For Sale or To .Let. FOR SALE, CHIEAP.-One three-horse earth scoop. almost new. Auply S WEST. BROS., Traranilgon. FOR SALE.-Four-roomed weatherlrdnl . House and one acre of land, near the Traramlon State School....

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CRINKS AND CRANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

CRINKS AND CRANKS. (or iscsCnc.) It is a strange freak of fortune which gave Castlemaino.two ieiresentatives whose views of political right and wrong are so diverse as those of AMessrs Service and Patterson, Our Janes told a pretty story a fortnight ago, and J. B..sliould not have conie along and scoiled it. For this is exactly what the travelled gentleman who recently paid a visit to his Geordy friends diil. Figuratively spieaking, he go? Service ddwn, and thed lie punched and punched most unmercifully. It is certain Patterson means to play a lone hand; he's sure of his seat for Castle maine, and he is ju.t as much cut off from party as his illustrious country man, Mr Joseph Gowas, some of whose forcible remarks Mr Patterson quoted in the course of his address to the people of Castlemaine. " Anropos" of MIr Cowan, I am only sorry lr Patterson did not give his hearers e ihitle more'of the speech made by the great English statesman at Elswe?k, during the late election campaign. Let m...

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BOOLARA. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

BOOLARA. -o L 0 (Frrom our ownc"eorrespondent.) Moriday. The weather has been intensely hot here for days, and unless we soon 'get the change the skies p rtend, my next letter will be a record of fire, smoke, and .disaster-posts, rails,' palings, staves, etc., will make a grand bonfire, and the deficiency of trucks .will not be felt for some time to'come. Having no reliable r.,port 're' coal, I avoided the subject in my last letter. I now' feel great pleas'ers ii"'stiting that a four foot seam of excellent quality lins been found within 5 elrains of the railway fence, and a tmile from Boolara-it rune straight into the range:and will probably be worked at a fraction of the-cost of any other coal mine yet-found inVictoria. I hear of a still thicker seam having been found, but at present have no personal know. ledge of it.' :We shell soon know if the "powers that be".intend to utilise our coal-:measures-the Newcastie . coal will no doubtact as.austrong drag on the' Victoria for 'viars ...

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TRARALGON POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27TH, 1886. (Before A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.M., and J. Peterkin, Esq., J.P.) CATTLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

TRARALGON POLICE COURT. ,':WED.NSE SDAY, JAxUARY 27Th, 1??0. (Before A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.1F., ! and J. Peterkin, Esq., J.P.) CATTLE srEALING. In this case the. police .proceeded 'against Thos: Savige for stealing a heifer, the property of John Powell, of Callignee. .Sergeant Irwin conduo ted the case for the Crown, and 5lr 11H. B. Sergeant appeared for defendant. John Powell, on being sworn, stated that he was a selector at Callignee. He gave the heifer to the charge of Barna bas Tanner, herdsman of the common, and subsequently into the charge of Henry Curran, Tanner's successor as herdsman. Carras took charge of it and others on the Loy Yang Common. H?e Bever suw' it frbm the time.he gave it into Curran's charge until the 11th of the present month. It was then in the sale yards of Messrs Marriage Orr, and Co., as Traralgon. He recognised it as his. He never sold her. To Mr Sergeant: Had been breeding cattle for about 15 years, but never sold any heifers during that time. Did not ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

COMMERCIAL A. 31'Lan and Co. report.-Our yards well supplied with cattle, tone of the market firm throughout, prices closing with an upward tendency.. We sold Fat Cows from £5, £5 13s ld, £6 5s, £6 7s 6d, to £7 7s 6d. Store Cows-from£ 3 4a, £3 7s to £4 lOs. Bullocks, we sold 24 from Maryvale, at £4 Gs, and one line of 7S from the Black-Mountain at £5 5s. Working Bullocks, 3 teams, froin £7 7s 6d to £8 12s 6d. Steers, from £3 1S s to £3 19s. Heifers from £3 s to£4 14s. fixed lots, Steers and Heifers from.£2 4s to £ 12s. 3i'Caw, M'llwrick, and Co. report: Cheese-The market is fairlysupl'.ied, and good cheese is in good .?e?." at prbiors ratging from 7?d to Sid per lb, one Weial line realising e10d per lb; out of condition and inferior lots at lower rates, ruling from 4d upwards. Butter.-(Potted). A good supply forward, the greater bulk of which was passed in, exporters not being inclined to operate. A few prime caisli ranged from 9d to lld ; a considerable lot of inferior and out of c...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

!MECHANICS' INSTITUTE '-TRARALGON. --0- The annuial nicetin of na?inbers of the above Institute was held in the Hall, on Wednesday evening, 20th inst. There was a fair attendance. The retiring presideinc Mr. Marriage read the' advertiseeient 'calling the meeting. -After- the' minutes of the last annual meeting had been read and confirmed, the following report was receivedand adopted. '.t Annual report for year ending 1885. -Ladies and Gentlemen,-In sub. mittimg their report for the past year, your conimnittee regret to.state that the progress made by the Institute during that period has not been as satisfactory as they could wish. This isin a great measure owing to the :lack bt interest evinced by the townspeople generally. Duritiatlhe year yo'r coinmmittee made an endeavour to have 'a suitable front erected to the'. Institute, and with this. end.in' view, commenced to take the necessary steps to obtain the freehold. of the ground, so that they might be in a position to raise money ...

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TRARALGON RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

TRARALGON RACING' CLUB. -- On T?iesday.evening, a meeting was held at the court house,. for the pur pose of forming a' Raecig Club. There were~about.20 persons present; Mr C. Neville, who was voted to the chair; explained the nature of the meeting, and said it wis necessary, that a club should ;be formed by.'membership. The meeting was also called to hear the balance sheet of last meeting read. The' balance bheest showed that ithe expenditure amounted to £301 5s lld; and the receipts to £32S 18s lid, leaving a credit balance of £3d l.8s.: The. balanie sheet 'as adopted. It was tlldhen ' lhI'd thatsthe club should be called The rapr Trpn (lcing Club' and the fee for .membership. shall be one:inea. :,i15? .members werd; at o~rc enrolled, the old com mittee were r eelected with the excep tion ofMIr. .funro, who has left the district The following now constitute the mmniitteei - Messrs D. Campbell (presi'et), . J.,Peterkin, (vice-presi dent) r Di Morrison (judge), R.' Mill; C. Neville; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

Auctions. Starriate,Orr & Co, (Late B. )L ckay S Cp.) AUCTIO0NEERS, -Stock,' Station and GENERAL CO4MMISSION AGENTS -o0 Head Omeen.-Tralgoa. BrSmnc Ofeer.-- ?rredl Toosabiet. S A L E S OF STOCK HELD AT TRARALGON FOOT.GHTTY A.D MORWELL I MONTHLY TOONGARBIE ( Per our TRAFALOAR Advertisements CLEARING SALES properly pnt throgh. LOANS negotiated, and VALUATIONS ma.le on LAND and otherprperry. AGE'TS FOP. .ationalof NewZland. Fire Insurance Co Colonial Murnul Fireand Life Insurance Co. NesiYork Life Insurance. Co. TRIAFALGAR SATURDAY, JAN. 30. P.ARRIAGE. (IR. & Co: (late R. -'t.ackavaanddCo.ywaillsell at 3?ess Gordon and Cods ris. Trafalcar 10 Fat lnll.ck; and Cow: 1(4 hrasd"Sfore Bullocks, Steers and Cows, 10 emand Workers. oiw Yokes, and Chains. Sale at lo clock sharp. TRAFALGAR MONTHLY SALE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 30. ?lRRBIAGE. OP.R, l CO. will sell at SGordnin' yards 4 Fat fnul!ocks r Heifers 10 Cons 40 Store Heifers O Steers Team of 10 Working Bullocks, complete Hlorse. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

TRARALGON DISPENBSAR PAU? KJLEE SATTEL, Chemist, Druggist, and Dentist .- eilie' of the Pharmaceutical Society of Victoria. Physicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes most carefully dispensed. 'The exact copy of every Prescription is registered for future referenmie 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 Sseki inoludee, amongst numerous other articles : Tooth,Nail anduafir Brushes of Kent's manufacture, every brush guranteed Piesse and Lubin's, Gosiisil'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...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

BIRTH. SAND.-On the 22nd inst, the wife of John Sands, Traralgon, of a daughter.

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ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

ROSEDALE..: (From our own Correspondent.) The annual meeting of the St. Marks' congregation was held on Tuesday 19th inst, in the Mechanics' Hall, the Rev. C. P. Thomas presiding. The attendance   was larger than usual owing to the novelty of a fruit soiree being added to the ordinary busines. After the report and balance, which were satisfhctory, and the election of a committee for the current year, sweet music was discoursed by Mesdames Whitelaw and Matthews, Misses Du Ve, Rintoul, Girenwell, and Dr. Matthews, and Messrs Hurren and Champion. On Wednesday evening the 27th, a ball was given, and an address presented to A. Gibson, Esq., manager of the Bank of Australasia, who is severing his connexion with the bank and removing to Mel bourne. Mr C. Collen, who has resided for many years here, had a clearing sale on Tuesday. He is going to the City. Last Sunday a brother of Mr J. Vincent died of congestion of the brain, after a very short illness. A few weeks ago he came ...

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