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LOCAL OPTION POLL. ROSEDALE LICENSING DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
LOOAL OPTION POLL. ROSEDALE LICENSING DISTRICT. The local option poll was taken in the Licensing District of Rosedale on Mondiay last, and, as in so many other districts, was attended with an influential result, the necessary third of the voters on the roll not availing themselves of their privi lege of recording their opinions on the subject. There aree 471 voters on tle rolls of the district, and it was necessary that 157 should attend at the booths to comply with .the requirements of the local option clauses. Onlvy 9, however, presented themselves, and the returning officer, 31r J. Little, J.P., will therefore endorse his return with the declartion that the poll is void. There is at present 13 licensed houses in the Rosedale district, five only being the statutory number allowed by the Act. There was very little interest manifested in the proceed ings generally, and it is evident that before these polls can be expected to result in anything like a fair representa tion of opinion ...
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
IN TERCOLONIAL NEWS. Sydney, Sunday. .William Beach, accompanied by his babker, J. G. Deeble, and his trainer, Kemo, left for London by the R.31.S. Cuzco, at 1 o'clock yesterday aft-rnoon. A sp.-cil s:eamer conveyed them to the mail bout, where they were seen off by a large number of leadingsl,ort, men and public men. On the tender Beach's healtlt was proposed by Mr Burdtkio, M.L.A, and drunk in bum pers Beach sass that the only thing he dreads is sea sicrkres, as he has tot been on an ocean voyage for 30' years. He does not like the Irospect of the. cold weatherin England. He repeats tl't he will not row in America.? S Adelaide, Sund.y. The 'directors of -the Commercial Batnk of Sou h Australia have decided to take proceedings against Mr Lyall, the manager of the Tankalills branch, which was alleged to have been robbed. He is to be charged with embezzling £1245, the funds of the bank. The case will probably be heard on Tuesday. It is believed that a second party will be implicated ...
COMMERCIAL. MORWELL STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
COMMERCIAL. -0- [ORWELL STcoK REIORT. Mes?rs Marring-. Orr, and Co.. relort: Mlorwell-.29th ultimo. Our yanrds well sup plied with cattle; bidding was dull, prices somewhat lower than recent rates, however we disposed of mostly all lots. Springers were in good demand, our trices ran as follows: Fat bullocks to £7 5s ; full grown steers to £6 : two year old heifersand steers, £2 1s and £3 ; dry cows. £3 4, £4, £ 5s, and £4 12s dls; springers £4 5s, £4 10s, to £5 St; calre, 25s; pies slips. 5s 3d. Wed. nesday, 31st ultimo.-We held a very exten sire land sale of the Lock Park Extension, for Richluad Mackey. Esq.. tll, re was an im mense concourse of people who hid up liberally, aud a very satisfactory sale resulted, prices were fully up to the recent sales in the district, and all the principal blocks were sold. Thursday (yestenlav) -We held our usual monthly sale of horses, the yards were full, and a goodly number of buyers present, the class of horses forward being mostly of a saleab...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK. Wednesday, 31st March. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
3IELBOURUn E 31ARKFTS. LIVE STOCK. Wednesday, 31st March. Fat Cattle.-The Supply was smaller than for some time past, only 1450 having beep yarded, the bulk of which were of second to good quality, with a small pro portion of prime. The demand wia brisk throughout at prices showingan improve ment of from 10s to 15s per head on last weeks rates, and in some instanoes, when prime pens were offering, an advance of 20s per head wasrealised. Prine pens of bullocks sold at fro;m LII 10s to LIS 5s; good do. from LIO to L11; second do, from L7 to L8; inferior from L5 ; prime pens cows from L7 10s to L8 is 6d; good do. from L5 10s to L6 10s; middlingand inferior from IA. Messrs Peck, Hudson, and 1avnor sold sold 9 bulocks for Mr J. S. Neilson, Meadowlea, Co'war, to Lll, averaging L10 15s 'd. Messrs DaL Campbell and Co sold 27 bullocks for Mr W, Pearson, Kilmany Park, to.L11 7s d, ayeragingL018. ?Messr Geo. Dougharty and Son sold 57 bullocks and cows, from Gippsland, bullocks to L8 7s 6d, caw...
MAFFRA STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
.MFFIA S£OCK iEPORT. Messrs A. McLean and Co. report: A moderate number of cattle forward on Friday; our yaruds well suppliid, prices ruling about same as previous week. We sold fit cows, medium sorts, at from L5 5s to L5 1Is 6d ; do. steers and bullocks, from L6 s to L7 12s 6d. Store.Cattle- We sold 50 young bullocks at L5 all round, and other good lots to LG6 Ls; also stars at L2 10s to L4 10s ; and cows, from L3 to L3 17s; also 12 working bul locks, with tackling, at L8 15s, and several horses from LID 10s to LIla 0s.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [By Wire: From our own Correspondent] Melbourne, Thursday, 8 p.n Peter Campbell, ex bush missionary, was dischared from the gaol on Monday last. He was again arrested for being drank and disorderly, having been found lying in a gutter in Flinders-street. Campbell was discharg?d with a caution. Adelaide Sadler, aged two yeats ana three months, was run over by a lorry in William. street. Her skull was smashed, death re snlting inst antaneously. Two girls, named Sarah M'Namarar. aged 18, and Lottie Brown, aged 17, were found on the armr bank entirely naked, and sur rounded by about 15 lalr,kins. They have been living with the larrikins for weeks past andsleeping in the quarries near :the river armr at Richmond. Sarah was seltened to 12 months' hard labor. and Lottie to six months' hard labor. The Minister and Secretary of Mines, left by train for an official visit to Sale and lnairnsdale. The shopkeepers in Smith-street, Colling wood refuse to close at 7 o'clock. I...
PLACES OF BUSINESS. (As advertised in our columns. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
PLACES OF BIUSINESS. (As adrertised in oureolumns. bnmlst and Dentirt.-P. Kles. trel. Anrtioneers. -Marriage. Orr, & Co. and A. l't.eran & C..., T'llntalpon ; and Eunlibh, Little, & t o.: It. l;uthrldge and t o.; C. 31"Int..sh, and T. W. Sutcliffe and Co., o. iale, who visit at stated perio s. Gentral st rekreper..-G. B, Scott, J,. rands, J. Peterkin and Co., and Johp S, Midligan. C?mmiasion Agent.-C. IF. Wilkes and Co A. Whitney, agent for Oldield pnd Moore, Tailo.-Il. Launan. Furniture wearivh.ue--B. Wall's. Bake.s.-A. 1. Galhr.lth, and Mir Hemty 3i liner, Draper. etc.-31a llorne. Stationerand Newspaper Ageut,T-i, E Ilenden and J. l'et.rkin. Sa4dlens-F, Smith, T. A. Byers, ulntchtr.-J. 3Ma:nmg Hutels--t. il 's Club Hotel, T, ,lit. ehell's Traralgon Io:el, C. Alville' Gana Junn.tion Fanuily hotel, I'. Krllv'r ponm. n rclal Hote. 1. inye's it.r li .tal, anil N. Culltl ly'r ? oyal hExr.hge Halt ], of raAn of which viltorr are invari.bly wel sate?fed with the t...
RESULTS OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
RESULTS OF ADVER TISING. BEFORE, AFTER! Tne first time a man looks at an arver tisement he does not see it. The second time he does not notice it, The third time he is conscious of its existence. The fourth time he faintly remembera havinx seen it before. The fi:h time he re2 d i The sixth time he turns up his nose at it. ihe seventh time he rends it thro ch and says. "Oh ! bother." The eighth time he says, "Here's that cnnfoundc, thin: aain." The ninth time he wonders ifit amounts to anything. The tenth time he thinks he will ask his neirhbor if he has tried it. The eleventh time he wonders how the advertiser makes it rmy. The twelfth time he thinks perhaps it may be worth something. The thirteenth time he thinks it must le a good thing. The fourteenth time he remembers that Le has wanted such a thing for a lone tire. The fifteenth time he thinks hewillbuy it some day, The sixteenth time he makes a memo randum of it. The seventeenth time he is tantalised because he cannot afford to...
PASSENGER TRAINS. MAIN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
PASSENGER TRAINS. DOWN'. M'AIN LINE.' Leaves-Sale, 6 55 a.m. and 442 p.m.; TRA. RILGos,. 84 n.m. and 5.51 p.m.; Mor well, 826 am. and 6"13 p.m. - rrMle Melbourne, I15 p?. and 10 61 p.m. " U P . ... ! . . ..,., i .res.-Melbnurne; 642 a.m: and 4.32 p.m.; ?. onvell11"25an.m. and!.9.11 p.m.; STRArALGON, 11"48 a.m. and 934 p.m. Arrives-Sale, 12"58 p.m. and 10.14 p.m. DOWN. HEYFIELD LINE: Leaves-Trnrlgn, 12"5 p.m: nod 9"50 p.m.; Glengoarr 1227, p.m:and 10'12 p.m.; Toongabbic, 12.43 p.m. and 10^28 p.m.; ' Cowwarr, 1259 p.m. and 1044 p.m.; - Glenmaggic, 111 p.m;and 1056 p.m. Arrives Heylield 1"23 p.m. and 118 p.m.. UP. .. .. Leaves- Heyfield 630 a.m. and 42 p.m.; Glenmaggie, 42 a.m. aimd 4.14 p.m.; Cowwarr. 65 a.m. nod 426 p.m.; Toongabbie, 7"10 am. and 4"42 p.m.; Glengarry, 7 26 am. and 4-58 p.m. Arrirves TAuaLGON, 7:48 am: and 5"20 p.m. .DOWN. -MIRBo0 LINE. Leaves-Norwell 1145 a.m.; Yinnar, 12.10 p.m.; Boolara, 1225 pm. . Arrives Darlimurla 1245 p.m. . Leaves -Dnrlimnrla, '6.3 a.m.; Bora,...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. At the expiration of one -month it is intended to grant the following water right license :-R. Thomson, 2r 10p, Stringer's Creek. A petition has been presented to the Governor-in-Council, under the common seal of the borough of Walballa, setting forth that the council of the borough is desirous that the outlying territory described in the said petition, which forms with the borough one continuous area, may be annexed to the borough and constituted a municilelity under the designation of the shire of Walbolla, the boundaries of which shire are as followr :-Commencilg at a point on the Thomson River at the north-west angle of the parish of Toongabbie North, being the north-west angle of the Shire of Rosedale; thence by a line magnetic south to the selection of Charles G.Wykes, parish of Nambrk ; thence west by the northern boundary of said selection to its nortli-west angle ; thence south-west erly by a straight line in the direction of the north-westanglo of Ander...
TOWN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
TOWN DIRECTORY. Tu?EAtL.oY -Nintr-.ee?n mile from 3Mlbeorne, "n the main Glprpeland line, at the jtnctijin of the Ileyfield line, Shire Council.-Preeident. J. Peterkin E.q., Concillout, Mecers G. Firm:n D C .ampbell. II. Breed. lodyer;mb, Kelleher. norsyth, M.It, and Varn-"y: Shire Fecretary at d Engiicr. Mr Jame. Campbell: iHate Collec:or, Works Inspecter, er., F. M'Kin n.ll; Tre-.urer.J.H. Need, moniger of BRnk of Australsia: Health ( fiee.Dr Montgomery inspa ct .r ot Na suanre, Cnrtahle Donohune; the Cone it alo act n a J ocal HIard of health, and meet for huaine-s on the second Wedresday in the month at II a m. low.-itreoc .1;gisttate, A. W. lotwitr, P q, who hold. courts on the fourth Thnus d.y in every month. the Ju-te.* of the Peace pg~rieinig on the cecnnd Thursday, at lOa.m.; Llerk rf Court, and also hlhctotal 1kgiItrar, SMr ('harled Du Ye: Justices of the Paece, 31eiar J. Peterkie, Dr Mornison it. Y,.ung. W. Whit.ake s, l. lMackay, and J. hykei. Solicitor .-II. P. Ferjeant...
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE, TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
RtECEwIT & PAY OPFIE, '1RARALGON. PAS JýENTS. TRAAELGO. -3-. Rout, Moe Free Library, H. Hampton, 31. A. Campbell. F.O~EDALE.- . Allen, J. Young, J. Gill. Jenan (2), W. -H. Spencer, T. Feily. MO WaLL-'V-W. Chaatp, J. I(fsthorpe, 0. •ilne, W.B Urcdi (2) .GRA TS. B. N. Frost. T. Copeland J. Fitzpatrick,. R. Ferzcion. G. Firmiq (2), W. Gould, F. Handles, Rev. T. Mercer and others. Jas. .li:chell, J. R. 3ajendieJ as. 3MDonald, A. Nadenbou.che (2), Thos Needham (4), R. Pratt. E. -carlett (2). W. Scarlett, I. G. TimLs W. Thompeon, W. Wilsp. Jas. Vright, E. T. A. 'eitch atd other as the ?rrtecr of the Mechanics' Institute ndFree L.br.rr at Toongabbie, J. Silcock. LEASFS. D. C. Archibald, G. Dare, . . Damson, P r,"man. J. Geale. Hardy, J. N. HIcesom, . lurdoch, L. Molloy, T. 3l'lahon, Walter 3atijn. L. 3lamtin, W. Moore, 4. F. 31'oaid. R'R=-?al, E.L. Simmons, J. iCits (2) G. Sligh, J. Vincent (2), E. Wid dwson, p. Whelan (4), G. Whalle-, senr. (2). W. aImb, F. Willis.
DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
DAIRY PRODUCE. 3- 'Caw, 31'Ilwripk and Co. re Port:-v-Chie -11sual supply forward, marke: quiet; good to pripie, Gd tp $d ler l.; inferior dull, from 3d upwards. Po ll b tter.-3larket f Sirly .supplied wih all claes. Prime new in fair demand at last week's rates, 9d to 11d; mnenor sorts dull, from 4d to 7d per lb. 'ih ,utter.--There .Cs .an increa in th quantity Prices lower;? half pounds. l0dt Is id: pounds and lumps, Sd to l; infericor lowe, d upwadad Eggs ie'Jlar supply, Is 3d to Is 1d? 'ligs . waire last night we received tue folloW 5n-Large number yarded, -with stores till dull. Pork.-Large sippil at late rl Bacon.-Sales wre dull nd Pr?es lower. er .. 31ears A. 31'Lean and Co. are t`oo busy r?,,e .l iarticulars of cattle sale at lv uselL ". ict
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
Auctions. MARRIAGE, ORR, & COc, AUCTIONEERS, .(,,i A .\N LAND AGENTS, S, !. D . i . OF LIV E STOCK !; ::L'ir yantj at I:'-. \ ",)N FoRT.IGIITL" ? .Lilbi U * YoANo l;A ;.,. o, OTHL A 111 i '.\ , r our i';.E.;.U'1 ,- ' -"T ..nld rtler ALE S l-ru. ! p: e ut throuu? FGi:NIS Fon .-:i..: fi ..-.v Z.daud, ire Insraance Co t .ria!l, !'. :Yu:ett rand l.ifensuranu c Co, .N. . .. t. if: i. riumnit Co. .r,'; Z.: U . .-siintile Agency Co. I.OASS Sri:;:. 1. and VALUATIONS HEAD OFICL:E-TRAIALG N. 'I IAA LG ON M ONDAY, A PRIL 5 '.Rll:'.AG. Oilt. & CO. will sell at -1 ::., : y :.,a above date .:« . :- . e. cial aLrt. I- 1 lips, nice lot. TRARALGU.N, 0 .ONDA, APRIL 5. SHEE'. SHIEEP. SHEEP. A E.I.l..t: E O1:11 CO. will sell _1 ;; (2 :..d P-a,:i) P~re Merina BWES (iu i3eh Mao l1). 1'· t!o W.:' TI.' Ei1 S..1:. V; ."-:..cir::.l ,in&lt;ituentswaho are going ir,!, . ., t= Li;, tSio lti fdlock, In lots TO'iG.'CBi? '-:: :DNESDAY, APRIL 7. SAi3:;.'1E: , Ri, & CO. will Evll at I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
TRARALGON DISPENSARY PAUL KLEESATTEL, Chemist, Druggist, and Dentist B Society of Victoria. Physicians 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 Plasters, always ready for imme...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
DEATH. NEWMAN.--On Sunday, March 28th, &nbsp; William Samuel, beloved and only son of Samuel and Ellen Newman, Tra- ralgon, aged 8 months. It was hard to lose this treasure- To give to God his own : &nbsp; So soon to lose our Willie dear, &nbsp; And say, "Thy will be done." GRAHAM.--On March 31st, at Toongabbie, the infant child of W. and B. M. Graham, aged 4 months and 6 days.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
WANTED.-Apprentice to the S making. s 'Apply; s ADAIR, Franklin-street; Traralgon. WAN TED.-IApprentices to the cDresg Smaking.:Apply-ELIZA TANNEII R, Franklin-st., Traralgon. X ANTED.-A Competent Groom, Ap. ., plv--MlIU's Club hotel, Trerolgon, Wanted. W TANTDI) a r pectbtle young girl, 1 uwful in I~tolu work. Apply by letter 31ns. GL.GUESTIIEII. .-. Tanner's Park. .nClignre. Tenders.- - ITE?INDEIRS wanted for the creetionof .1 o chains of fencins. ROBERT 11ILI, Club Hotel, Traralgon. TEXDIDEIS are invited for supplying mn terial and erecting a wwxlen buisling f r the Church of England. at l1irluo Ter minus. 'lan. and sltciticatinola may be seen at Rlidgway an It?iglow's Store, in the township. Tenders to be aldndr cd to the seretary not later than 12 noon on Saturday, April ?Id, ltId. The lowest or any tender not necessarily aecepted. T. lilDGWAY, Secretary. Lostland round. LOST from Maryvale. red and white steer bearing TI on near rump and other brands. ?s reward will be paid to ...
MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
SMELBOURNE. \Vedneeday evening. The Insolvency Court has been occupied during the past week i' slowly but steadily unravelling thle prst husiness .transactio s of 3r Henry Mortimner Franklyn, late propri' to- ,f the "World," the 'Federal Austru i in" and the 'Victorian Reviow." Ilr Franklyn's career seems to have been an eventful one. Before he appeared upon the scene in Victoria, he ass a sockhboker in San Francisco. There he married a lady with a large fortiile, invested the fortune for her, and lost almost all of it. Nest lie 'speculated on his owii accouint, with the result that, he hiad to file hi.s s?hedule liabilitie-, £30,000 tassets, ntil.' Ac. cordiing to Mr.Franklyn the way of the insolveit is a pleasant one. in the capital of California.. In less than a month" he had passed through the Court and receired his certificate of discharge. 'the law of divorce, also, would appear to be none too stringent in the golden city,. The husband and wife c?ine to the coceltision it woul...
MIRBOO. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 April 1886
MIRBOO. (From our own Correspondent). Monday. i What is in a name? A rose by any other name would smell as sweet," wrote Eneland's immortal poet. ] have discovered there is something considerab'e is the name df Mirboo When we came here eight years ago, a townrhip was surveyed'in a bend of the Tarwin river, and re. ived from the Government tie above euphoeious name. Many there were who had their little "eoak" at our expe.se, and we thought ourselves, they might have given the town a pretti, r name. Soon after, anvother township was fobred eight miles to the north of us, and the Government wanted us to play second fiddle by receiving the name of bMivhoo South, that the new t wnship might he called. Mitboo, bht the owners of land in the towr.ship could not see it: they had bought the land in the township ot Mirboo, and Mirboo it must remain. So the Governtuen cave in, and for years we receiv, d o.r let-e-s &e., with regularity and dis patch: and f om becomung reconciled to the ...