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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. THE NEW HEBRIDES. THE VALUE OF THE FRENCH GUARANTEES. London, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 April 1886
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (From Melbourue papers) , " THE NEW\ HEBRIDES. THE VALUE' OF THE FRE2NCLI GUARANTEES.: - Loiudon,. April 4. The Hon: W. E. Forsiter 'meidb?-r for ]lradford, ii'"thea .Hoise ;"of ~Ciii nono, has stated.: that he is scepticul regarding the adequacy .of the guaran tees offered by Frauce for the.- due ob aervance of'the compromise by which she undertakes, in consideration of being allowed to annex the New leb rides, that no criiinials'shall be trans ported to the islands. Sir F. Dillon Hell, tlhe Agentl General for New Zealand, has intiiin ted that his instructions are to support the proposals for French annexation only. on condition .that the fulfilment' of the promises made by Frailce, that shli will not send criminals `to the :slands is secured by the igiiogof the trip.,rte treaty, the s;gnitures to, which might possibly include America. The University race between crews repiesectine Oxford and Cambridge was rowed.yesterday over the usual course froth Putf?"e to M...
MIRBOO. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 April 1886
MIRBOO. (From our own Correpondent). Monday. On a.meunt of the exeessive rainfall esprcially in the_ monthsaL January. and Ferrnary, very few of therelectors in this district hare been able to get a good "burn' this season;- but those who were so fortunate have had grand weath-r durin, the -last months for " piekin? up" and burnisg of the heasp and. having nowabout finished, will hare the seed in the ground with out delay. We have proved from pas ex *rience that it is much the best to sow ear., before the weeds set too much heairwar, as thli mle soil, tik~ nature, seema to "abhor a ratuum," and will produce an immense crop of weeds if we do not give it any thing better to grow. Tiere is stdil a great many persons comitg in here every week a the look oaut forlaud, and I expect te aprli eatons sent in will be so numerous that the Lards department willhare no small d leuhiy "in aellg:- with them. The sooner they do so the be: ter, that the succes?ful ones maj come in audasakl. poses?ve...
A SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 April 1886
A SUDDEN DEATH. A mnagisterial inqnir," was held at Kave's hotel Traralgon on Tuesday by Jno. P~terkin, Esq., J.P., into the cause of the death of Henry Karkas, aFion, who was found dead on tihe Callionee road on Moonday afterenoon. L'hos J. Tanner,tlle first witness called, deposd :-I im grazier residing at Traralgon. On Monday I was on my way home from' Callignee, and about 5 o'clock in the eviinn I .met David Draffin, junior, who told me- that a man ann lying dead on the roadside. I met Draffin about six miles from 'Traralgon, and the deceased,was lying on the road abour five miles from Traralcon ; 1 told Draffin I would re port the matter to the police; Draffin did not return with me; I was in a vehicle and cosld not travel fast, when I got to where deceased lay I pulled my horse off the track, lest he should shy at the body; after passing deceased a little distance, I stopp-d and looked at the body, and it appeared to be life less'; I then came.on to Traralgnn, btit as my velti...
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 April 1886
FARM AND DAIRY. PRODUCE. Wednesday, April 7. Iessrs. Mf'Ilwrick and Co. report: Choese--.oderate supply; market quiet t irn ouotations. good to prime. 6d to 77d !"'b; lower sorts dull of sale, from Sd up P'o- lotted Buttor-Prime lots met with y sale from 9d to lid; good- to lower ."-"s, Id to 7d. Fresh Butter, usual supply -.-F proportion, owing to weather, Sr ed itn bad order; half-ponnds raugedfrom td ) d,,d. ; pounds lnd lmps, 8d to 10d Sbl; inferior lots. 41 upwards. Egg- .l, s 3d to Is 4d per doz. By wire last we received the following.-Very large -frket to-da- all classes dull at reduced
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 April 1886
Xotlei~. CHEIP PRTIMING ! C-E Co.Fios 1 Re B. F. M rc m-m-r.. a piece ASSORTMENT OF NEW .LnD MACHINERY= I td'o:JL a rez_ mi , A'RAB" *' TaZADLE, n'~ x3 y =-- :o ~exee eaib: ANT DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING ASD BOOR BINDING. LITHOGRAPHIC WORKE ke At strictly Melbourne Prices We &b p~ cYpte o Tmri oa n ai a -raio to s°rew r-, "T RBCOPJY .sow - PLbsI-- ere;i TUESDAY AND FRIDAY ad. REDUCED TO 3d. 03 PER QUARTER (in n c) ... soe . CIiboi) ..6, (in dirance. if posed) &i r Ciled)...... i Ordb io desire: left at thec cee will be aittend to. F. S. EALE t CO, PRtpsrier. WOXDB or MODERNi TBS! h a·~ cefh-~ i.E c~=~Iif· 2 atnc2; ct~oL s~ £1 ,t~cO &cio Ild. a t~klbI IkPSx3OO IfiCr ~ ~ro B . . ON EY. FARMERS. LANDHOLDEP.S sad OTIIEF.S.-We have tr.tasIr co?in in fn inerwsent cm CoCntw lands and e her zseeitie in Iae and imall Bata. Trma and other omerne for tern of reas or as ran-ed at lowst tem kertes csof inter eso.-3inEVOY and CO_ _ Mak°:-snzd. JAMES RE NELLY 47 QUEEN ST.J.ELB...
MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 April 1886
IMELBOURNE. From our own Correspondent.) " Wednesday evening, . It is not often that an act of Parlic meit provokes so wide-spread . opposition as that raised aainst th " Shops and Factories Act 1885," an it'is foitunaiely very seldom that I abortive and unpracticable a nieasur is placed upon the Statute Book. I one clause the hours during whicl shops may bha kept open are clearl defined, and the' next clause give Municipal Councils power to alter ti hours to suit the ,onvenience of th shopkeepers. It is not tty place however, to holl forth upon the ab suraities of this masterpiece of lejisla tion, but to chronicle certain event which are the outcone of the poassin of the Act. Previous to the lht Mrel last many of the shops in Smith.street Colling wood,.were kept.open until ter ;'eclock on ordinary anihts and 11 a i2 on Saturdays. Wlhen the:Act ciar .into forre most of the shopkeeprs poi up their shutters at the Irgal houo seven o'clock; and their weary employhe tioughi.the time for...
SALE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL, 6. (Before Messrs. A. W. Howitt, P.M., and C. Mackintosh & Stuart, J'sP.) THESTRATFORD INFANTICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 April 1886
SALE POLICE COURT. Trcsosn, APnI, 6. (Before Messrs. A. W. Howitt, P.M., and C. Mackintosh & Stuart, J'sP.) THESTRATFORD INFANTICIDE. Harriet G-eea and William. Light were changed with the wilful murder of a newly-b..rn female infant, the child ofthe f-ma.e prisoner. 'Mr Superintendent Beaverreondi ducted the cus for tthe Crown,'iid'Mr Geo.-B. Wise appeared for the accused, William Light. Harriet Green was undefended, Mr Beaver before calling any wit nese s, st, ed that as far as theaccused, William Light was concerned he had little or no evidence to bring against him, but he did not feel warranted at this stage of the proceedings in with drawing the charge against him, though after-certain evidencewas given he would do so. Mr Wise then drew the attention of the bench to the fact that a good deal of the evidence was of such a nature that it would be advisable to hear the case privately, especially as one of the witnesses was a single womnan, and it would be a.kward for her t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 April 1886
Auctions. MARRIAGE, .ORR; & CO., AUCTIONEERS SIOC i AND .LADI) AGENTS, }fO1.D ,SAtE OF LtVEH STOCK TIRARAW(OW Fwrurlnnrom 3IORWELt. I o TttVAa1tt.1tl MONTHLY N.1RflACAS Per our 311111100 j Adrenticamnto CI.EARING OlT and other SALES prN. perty put thirough; IC n'oin vnn Nationalof\'tfleeatnnd.jretrnnnmcne Co l otnial Mutnal Fientnd ife Inuutnuc Co New Tork Life 1Inunrane. Co. New ?.eatand thennntile .gencr Cii LOASs ntat bawd. and V'ALUATIONS nule. HEAD) OFFICE-TIIARALGOi t. TOONG.BBI4B SAT., APRIL 10. .1 RARRtAGt ORR C CO. willttell for i lllanra trhi n Xoj.. at the Com. neinda Ifintel, Toongabbie. at 10 o'clk Aha1 Ie Haousehod Furnitti and Etlecta. nearlr new and tn ,t order, cnn taincil in Miining and Blliard ntc lartor. and 0 itd tten : ; u alsottock in ntrde of Rold, and Itar, lRnndi Whlasktas, Whew and otter .iquor, and a tot of suntirtio. Rewi'ntwr April 10th. 1t cltok shap. MORWELL. MONDAY APRIL 12 ,fARRtAGE. 01111 k CO., weitiA aet n LU. thetir vtiLon aboei datit 10...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 April 1886
TRARALGON DISPENSARY P. Ai' Lu 7:m E SATTE L, Chemist Dru yggist, and eti (By examination). . : Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Victoria.:.; ' ?hvyicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes most carefully dispensed The exact copy of every Prescription is iegistered for future referene: 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 Lulin's,: Gosnell's, Rimmel's, etc., Perfumery. Lavender Water, several brands, is, 2s, and 3s per bottle. Highly perfumed Hair Oil, scented with Otto do 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 fhll weight, is 3d Disinfecting Powder, for checking the spread o...
The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE" (Published every Tuesday & Friday Morning.) FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1888. FRANCE AND THE NEW HERRIDES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 April 1886
C11 h tti ragoi I o c -aODnEL&, sr5T PROCS2rlsss (Nbdsc err~i-~rsT~ rnig) FRIDAY, APRIL 9. Is$$. FRA CE A D TREXNEW HEBRIDFS O3 S~i xi isv th e Pzu~3e? m is3 Iear'ht ý,aumami. txjor an 3 r J. B. T--Lmm-y 3 --Gat~v C. Fj'p i-.h rcrmu'rfbc f :fie r 3S ýý a d Le New x mii :a L 3& Gotta ý:ir imlti-a i'.ss: a Tnaa2be'~c Ir BC 1dk tF ati;e ApSei: feeo& S 4i-1 et tihe ct~srmtS~mti2c be rreir Mz Thsr is uiite is K 1 wiu ome ~i teio' iaI ol'5ee intsial br hec Sw-vu-m of :e to c mi the Im rF-r- Fn rc la ce p iabh~ is e emlia by Mr Tsrbe-,x a er an W-t. c r n" d the \ýo $rhtaie He .ti xv~ar :hr.: he + ma n: P'41 ;i, aadh e.zsa3er teipceaI tees Waaepkrulik is -i&y : &~wrea are ti'aae btRwie 1'ae fIL ar is pst el aNew Ctie bia. bu e s pat b iaw, WI,,, ,g lan in Obe New HOeIAie sad : uart wed thibis xib See t ifSe oi-o'ia e*IaiS Ia iisa a ptii. ocf cscU e 1su ~iib iibbfre Rlisj~tr~ins ib3 be fýyriaieise3 Csz3 tat .:i~i d rn~la =iE +c bcm "ýir Y: bena -.4~PC...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 April 1886
Wanted. W ANTED-A BOY as Apprentice to the "Printing. Apply at This Office. W[ 5ANTED-A. Smart Lad- to drive BI ulocts Apply Railway Hotel, Glengarry. . WANTEDL Aprentices to the Dress making. Apply, Miss ADAIR, Franklin-street, Trralgon. ST .ANTED, good general serrant apply MRs CONNOLLY, Royal Exchange Hotel, Traralgon H ORSES.--anted to Buy a first-class. BnBagy and Saddle Hack; also two others of the hack description. Apply up.to Saturday evening, to M. C. STEADMAN, Traragon. Tenders. TENDERS wanted for the erectiodnof S50 chaeins of fencing. ROBERT MILL, Club Hotel, Traralgon. SENCING.-Tenders are invited up to F' noon on Thursday, the 15th prox., for the erection of 60 chains (more or less) of Log Fencing, at per chain. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Par ticulars to be obtained from "E. A. COAIES, Traralgon. O cARPENTERS & OTHERS: TEN DEBS will be received by the under signed.up .till: the 14th lest, for the con strmection of a number of seats for S...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 April 1886
MELBOURNE MAlRKETS. LICE STOCK - F? t? CATTLE.-About ll50 were yarded, ao t..r. proportion of which were of good co?iy., with a fw lots of prime. Sales were riat, particularly for best descriptions, and price ruled slightly higher than those relised last week. the market cloting firm. P.me pens of bollocks sold at from £11 10s to f12 Ss; odd bullocks to £14; good do, "Ji-r £10 to £11; second do, from £710n :o £? 10s; inferior from £5; prime pens of co-s from £S Ss to £9 17s d ; good do-from S:to £7 ; and middling and inferior from 5J. Moess? Peck, Hudson. and Raynor sold 21 for Mr. R. Bantine. Heyfield. to £12 15s, areraring £10 0s 7d; IC do. for Mr. J. S. Neils:a. Meadowles. Cowwarr-bullocks to -11 7s 61 (nverring £10 16s 3d), cowssat f' 7s ts: 11 bullocks, light, for Mr. James o dhoese. Cowwarr, at £6 2a 6d. MIesrs. Dal. Camtoell &t Co.sold bhllocks for Hon. William Pearson. Kilmany-park, .o £11, averaine £fl 4s Sd:; 10 bullocks for Mr. R. A. H. Connor, Alberton, at £8 15s...
COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886
COMMiERCIAL. TRAIRALGON 1IARIKETS. A. AI'Lean & Co. report at Warragal oa Saturday last our ardns were fairly supplied, prices about the same as this day fotoligbt and the bulk were placed at figures satisfac tory to vendors. Fat bullocks rtlging £ti to l£0i; fat Cows to £5 1os; ottees selliag samet at at at or last sale. Morwell on .3lon day there was a fair supply forward, prices a shadl better. Ourosales were two drafts of 21 year old steers at £3 13s all roundl ; 33 two year old heifers mnaking £2 17s I; ; store cows £3 ISs to £1 los; odd lots at propor tional prices. Outside the yards Ire planced a: draft of fat ewes (good quality, from War ragul) at:a arerage prico of 124; also a draft of Fat Lambs from same place it 75 id.
NOVEL CURE FOR A KICKING HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886
NOVEL CURE .'FOR A KICKING :'HORSE. *An ALineriut pnper reiotes 'r novel cintrivance to cure a horse from kick. i tg. It was nothing but an old whe t sck filled ?.th hay, and suspended by a rope froit the ceiling, ino that the sack hung just at tha h5eetsf a vicious horse as hy stood in his stll. Whan the stick was firt itciced in' position; the kicking equine let fly withl bth feet it it ?s silon ais it touched hism, but tlter 10) o' 20 miniutes of. that kind of work lie caie, to the concln sion" that thlo Sklla would return Ias often. as he s'ruck it, nid lhe qave un trying ito kiock it :out.". T'his saue h"lraise which r liad a' ..reputa t:on ti aa k:cker, erai ilow iwbe hitnched to a vehicle, taid h~, will not : kic k at anythiing that haplties to strike ,hi heel.. A clrre?sondeift,t who ipr: scrihedilo t etir iat ii ;I YS ithat a y. horse c;io be i uredd b ) it. Oiis g ud feature sabout' i is its chotacti;c .
GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886
GIPIPSLAND STOCK IIEPO1' TS. ales . 3Little and Borthwlick remport : -Fat Cattle.--About same as last week ; our yards well supplied. At Trarmlgon, Malram anud Sale, bullocks, inferior to gool, £ti 17s ;d1. £7 as. £7 0I, £8 is. £3 Ts is. £3 10s; coNs, £5, £5 5s, £515 s. £ti £li 10s. £7 17s lid, latter prime ; heifers, £3 t 5 t 5s; vealcm, £1 Ss to £3 7s tid. Store Cattle-Theexceptioaally dry weather contituing. prices are much the same as ltst report. At Traralgon our yards fully soupplied atid all sol I, bullocks, £4 5Is to £7, latter Ialf-fat ; 3-years steers, £3 to £1 5s; 3-years Ieifers. £3 to £3 I2s; cores £3 5s to £3 Ills. At Matfra a small market nsd sales dull and dsray. \(e sold bullocks, infcrior, £i 5s to £4 12s ; 3-years steers £.4 ; 25-yea?s steers, £3 lis; cotws, £2 15s to £3 (is. At Salwewe yarded a good many and all sold except one lot; cows and calves, £5 5o to £6l 5 ; 3-years s ecen in forward condition £3 Sto lid to £6I ITs (Gdi; springers, £5 to £6 12s Gd ; also ...
THE JUVENILE'S CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886
THE, JUVENILE'S CORNER. In order to encouranl our ou1111 reiders \ i p.rpose giving the1lem a occesionul co ner of our space, ad invite thenl them to parti.ipate iu a ' ;Cb DU?tronu; CoPrcErloos, Open to ll School chiliren Within thel Shire of Tnranleoo. The subjdt THE SCHOOLMASTER'e CA.?. Of which mnirny of or yorfi frilnds wi I be able to speak fvling'f .i Co.irDITOS. I -Each ,competitor must.rend ? I'", ;Ale; Addreeso and iame of I?^l More than one ennllndrunt intal II sent by any comp..tit. r. Elcd eoulidr;nl m must be the l?r, fide produciion of the child sUiI'd All eailvr'ri must he adlssed t'' Tne ?nece-sful o6iee:Cwill be 'pul liihed . ,ý iuay 14th., . I Tue irst prize will be five Ehi1It '* or, I deo r., .ir. value in b ue soojn pr ze, 2o sd.
WHAT TO DO TILL THE DOCTOR COMES. No. II. HEMORRHAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886
WHAT TO DO TILL THE DOCTOR COMES.. --4-- BY P.1.G. No. II. IL?3ORI1I]AGE. It ofien hlppens that from some cause or another at blood ves-el is raptured, nid bleeding or hmmorrhage f.llows, and as thl bleeding may prove fatal unless q tickly stopped it is ill tended in tihi artie!o to idili.ate in a general way what mans shllould b. adopted for arraetint the flow of blood till medliel oid enu be procured. There ara three kinids of bleedino, viz.: arterial. venous, and eanillary. Of hese thie last (eapillary) is the least dangerous, and not of miuch importance. Ic is uesually etlsrd by a sliht cut, ni scratch, or a gralz, and t he blood ,mnrely o z-e slowly front the wound, and very li tie bhlod is lo.,t. It is stopped by bathing the part in cold waeor, or placing a linen rai, dipped in wa'er, on the wound, anl if lleres eary keeping it ill pomio wi "iha ban dae°. A very gooil bandage, which widll e fonuI ,f cre:,t use in nmo.t accidents, is fobrmed by taking i large handk.rchief, and ...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. -0 (By wire: From our own Correspondent) Melbourne, Monday evening. The Union Company's steamer Taiora has been totally wrecked near Kaikoura, between Wellington and Christchurch. Two passengers only are known to be saved. Creat fears are entertained that all the remainder have perished. The Taiora is 4:38 tons register, and ler engines were 500 horse power She was engaged in l"nssenger and general cargo trade between Lvttleton and Wellington. The Full Court has upheld the Berry Consols (Gold Mininlg Company, in the action brought against them by the Hydro Pneumatic Shaft Sinking Co., for infringe ment of patent rights. The Court held that the plaintitfs failed to- estabhsh a claim. Tenders have been accepted for the re nowal of Chapel-street bridge, and repairs to the Windsor station. Johnson and Co, were the successful tenderers at £? 194. Police Constable Kiely was charged with assaulting a man named Sherwin in Russell-street. The case was dismissed. Eight pu...
TRARALGON POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886
TJ1:AALG9ON' OST OFVICF. M'iLS· Dli 'ViTCIED 31yLDn riF, nnd -all iterwcctliate oficcR SALT 111*1 all iiltcrUdlflut. oflices dily, I i'1i, a.ni. I ,A 7i 50 p1:m. IIE1ncLD. dbl1'l. I IIIl: alid 77l0 p'm. 1i .LHAL&I 1 4 i: l7e'ngabbii .' 3Iaziy i d innlav F rial. 1.1,7 a~m Zn i A Mho: I 1.Mla.li I na lay, launrday, 7'40 a~m. lI'a'lou.4nl rsail}' atll n1a. m. IA1.LIrEiIE. TUyllJ·. ntf Friday 630 a.m.
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE, TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE, TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. Tr.trantcos-31. Rout, Moe Free Library, II. Hampton. 31. A. Campbell, J. I. luckley. II. Ilirmingham. IiOSEDALE.-J. Gillscnnn (2), W\. I[. Spencer. T. Feily. M3oiWELL.-W. Chammp, J. IInthorpe, G. Miine, W. Rredin (2). G RANTS. R. N. Frost. 1'. Copeland, J. Fitzpatrick. 1i. F'erguson. G. Firmin (2), W. Gould, F. Ilandley, 1Rev. T. Mercer and others, Jas. .Mitchell, Jas. Wright,'Jas, MI'Donald, A. Nadenboasche (2), Thos Needham (4), 11. Pratt, E. Scarlett (2), W. Scarlett. RI. G. Timbs, W. Thompson, W. Wilson, J. Silcock. LEASES. D. C. Archibald, G,. Dare, G. Dawson, P Gorman, J. Grale. W. Hardy, J. N. lHecsom, W. Mlrdoch, L. Molloy, T. 313lahon, Walter Marstin. I. Marstin, W. ~Moore, A. F. ',Donald, 11. Rigall, E. L. Simmons, J. Shiells (2), J. Vincelt' (2), E. Widdowson, 1'. Whelan (4), G0; Whalley, seer. (2), W. Iamb, F. Willis.