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TRARALGON POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14TH, 1886. (Before Mr J. Peterkin and D.. Morrison, J's.P.) DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

TRARALGON POLICE COURT. WEDNEODAY, APrI 14T, 1SSG. (Before Mr J. Pe:erkin and D.. 3lortison, J'5.P'.) DEnTS. James OIT v. Rdph L'daiard.. Work :nd lIbor done, amOuntitn to £3 123. 'his c-as was adjojurned fron last colu" dta. .Mr Sejeanlt appeared for the plaiuliff. James Orr, farm laborer, stated lhat h- lihed anywher,., he had been w, rk i-g for Liddtnrd dnrino the tarre t for tw lye da.,, that Iis w:t-'es w.ts ,Os per day, at tilt' same ra e as the other menl sere oleutlne. To MIr S'jeant : I wotked ten days driving tbu threshlin, machir., and two d tys iibegi g potI.toes To tve Btucit : There o as no agrce * ent as v wgrs. Ealoh Lid.Iird, faomer residing at Trralton, deposed, that the plaintiff was only lwork:ing nine days,anld would only pay him 5s per day the eamts as the other llltnll received. Mlr Setjant: stated his client was wi!liug to a!cept :ine days pay, but at G-. pjr day. To MIr Serjeant: I paid a man named Little is per day for drivilng the threshint. machine. Verdi...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday evening. A DEFAULTING SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (By wire: From our own Correspondent.) Melbourne, Thursday evening. A DEFAULTING SECRETARY. The report of the auditors slovs tat the defaleations of Wa ker, .he secretary of thie .ouon, Men's Chri, tian Association, amount to £1300. The case will be dra.t with by the Boar.l on Wednesddav. HAWKESBURY RACES. Hurdle llace.-?cobeloff. :; Druml mer, 2; Dosey, 3. Hawkesbury Stakes.-Keith, 1; Fraud. 2; n,, third placed. Clar,t Stakrs.-Aerne, 1; Chesham. 2; Tamarask, 3. Pub he Auction Stakes.-Prodigal, 1. S;x days walking match-Sydney Scott, 2;3 miles; Edwards, 2i56h Me.burne Harbor Trust.-Com missioner O'Gradv was elected chair man, at.d has decided to inform the Comruissiooner of Customs that the magazine at BaybrotoJk is the proper place it whie4 to store explosivrs. The present dock at Footscray is altogetller unsuitablh. :t the enqui'y of the Steam nN avi gatio:n Board into the cause or the wreck ""f the South 'Mil'on, the decision was arrived at that the wrekI wao...

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WHAT TO DO WHEN DRESS CATCHES FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

WHAT TO DO WHEN DRESS CATCHES FIRE. Mr John 31ir hall, F.R S., expli:ns in the " Timaes' what should oe itl fir-t thing a girl or wonman wthose dres tcatehes fire snould do. Any one wh, meets wiil this accident should itn mediately lie d. ..:n on the floor, and so uan one who gaes to her assistance should in-tuni!y, if she still be trait, makin her lie down, or, if neediul, throw her down into a horizontal po-i tion and kep :.r in it. Sparks fli upward, and tlioes ascend. Iglitiotj from below mousnti with fearfu' rapidity; and, as a resul: well-kniaon to experts,the fatality or disfigur~nm-nt in these lhmentauile cases is due to the burns infli,:tei about the body, r.eck, face and head, and to injuries of the lower limibs. Now, the very moment that the person whose clothes are on fire is in a hmizontal position on a fliat surface she flames still ascend, but only into the air, and not encir. cling their victim. Time is thus gtined for further action, and in such a crisis in a fight ...

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SPECIAL LICENSING COURT. Thursday, April 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

SPECIAL LICENSING COURT. Thursday, April 15th. Before A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.3., chairman of the Licensing Court. TEMPORARY LICENSE. Temporary Licenses for Easter Monday, were granted to James Slater, races at Toongabbie; John Rowley, sports at Rosedale; Howard Tonkin:, sports at Morwell.

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TRARALGON POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

Tl1d ~ALGON, POST OFFICE, ' `: t iýLS sP4rrTCIIE D. )IEI 530p0E, gd al JJ intermediate offices d,"uly. 740 am. And 12O0 p in. SALE, esid p11 Intermediate! olficcs, dpily, 1'5 t3J. a d 51 50 p,m. ITEYPIELD, daily, 11*1 1.0a1n(d 7 i0 p p3. 4AF LLAr iasTob 1tbbie, 3Mouday Wed nesdny,Frida, 11.15 rm. 154' 31oe, Tuesdny, Thuisday, Oatrupy, 7 40 p.m... aLEFOGA0RY' ToosrrABBIEn Daily at 11 nan. 00WWA010 J . CALLIGIOEE, Tsday, and Friday 830 0.m. lyns, Toosdpy sod I rjday, 1¢ p.15.

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RESULTS OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

RESULT$ OF ADVXR, TIX8NG, - BEFOJIE' AFTER) The fst time mlan looks at an adrer tisemelt he does not see jit The seond time he does pot notice it. The tiril time he is conesious of its' Cistppce, The fourth time be faintly remembers pa?ing seen it before. The fifth time he reads it. Thi sixth time he trns up his nose at it. . The seventh time lbe reds it through pad saye, "Oh bother,":... Tho'cighth time.he says, I Rre's, that Confounded thing again." The nintl time howonders ifitsamounts to anmybing, Th teth time be thinks he will gsk hisn neigbbor if e has tried it, The eleventh-time he womdoer how. the pdve-tier matkes it My, The twelfth time he thinlks perhape it mpay be worth smething . The thirteenth time le thinka it must be a good thing, The fourteenth tihan be remmbers that be h.t wante4-such a thing for a long time. The fifteenth time be thinks hewillbuy it sqme day, The sixteenthl time he pases a memeo randdp of it, The seventeenth time he is tautaitid because be .caot Af...

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PLACES OF BUSINESS As advertised in our columns. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

PLACEB OF BULSIKbM, As advertised in our columns. 'Chemst and pentist,-- . &leesittel. Auetiopeers,- -Marriage, Orr, & Co. and A. M'Leap IL Co., Traramlgn; and English, Little, & Co, ; R. Guthrndge and Co.; C, M'Intosh, and T. W. Sutdiffe and Co., o. Sale, who visit at stated periods. General storekeepers.-G. B. Soott, J. bands, J, Peterkin and Co., and John 8. gilligta. Comrpiaion Ageat,-C, 1. Wilkes and Co A. Whitney, agent for Of4el4 and icore,' Tailor--I. Lanp11a. Furniture warehouse-B, Wallis. Bakezs.-A. L, Galbraith, and Mr Henry Milliner, Draper, etc.-Mrs Horne, Stationerand Newspaper Agent,--l. E lenden and ,T. Peterkin. Saddlers- ~F. Smith, T. ,. Byers, Butcher.-J,. Manning Hotels-R. Mill's Club Tote]l, T. Mit. chel's Taralgon Hotel, C, Neville's Grand Junction Paprily hotel, P. Kelly's Com. n.erclal Hotel, 1. Kaye's Star Hotel, and N. Connelly's ]loyal Exchange Hotel, at each ol which risitors are invariabl" well satisfied with the te?atment they re...

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CHOLERA IN ITALY. Rome, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

OfOLERA IN ITALY. Rome, April 16. A'very serious outoreak of .cholera hasoccurred at Briudisi, where already seventy-two cases and fifteen deaths have beern reported."'

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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

GIPPSLAND °STOCOK REPO1T ` l. , -Isl, Saturday, April 1L Mess: Little and Borthswick-report :-IJ Cattle.-Prices up 10s and, we anticipts still further rise. We sold in various marts fat cows, inferior to good, £5 "10 to 5 10; prime,.7i lspi heifers; £5 to £6; bullod', medium to good, £7105 to £8 15s; veales 1 8s Ltto £2 .Os,; privstely.?ieeracl bull enotations; alsd 40 good cows at veryssult factory prics. Store Cattle-Now thstvs aregettng a good'fall of: rain we esrp prices to harden ; a slight upward tendelY "as not'ceable at Maffra. ap4 Sale. At IMaafra a good many forward andt pries is: ooil brllocks, £ 'ls to" £6 ''ascos a £4 54. .Wesold 60 low conditioned con 3s; 69,calves of do.,. £1 12s; 3-years dtae £4 5s .to £4 15s, some wcell-grown, £5 3 At Sale.prices much the same' as day beilfo Pi 'anid Sheej sam3n i as:ist report. Hois =-Good Indians selling well, other sorts dll bOn~Saitrdaiy we yardedabout 50 head W anything good sold well; Mr.Drane', £I 10s to. £29, averagii~d £223...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. A rural justice of the peace is usn ally a mnan of good, sense and sound judgment. He may not know much law, but the community trusts him to do substantial justice between man and man, even if he violates legal techni calities. Uncle Johnny Woodman, of Summer county, 'West Virginia, knew more about farming than he did about books, but he was honest and shrew , and his common sense never failed him. His neighbors elected him jus tice of the peace, and not long after his appointment he gave them an illustra tion of the fact that a bad' namne wi] make a man suspected when appear ances are never so slightly against hint. One day a noted "hard' ease" was brought before Uncle, Johnny, .charged with 'stealing a horne.. The evidence against the man was not very strong, and his lawyer, General Ben tly, insisted that his client should' be dismissed. But Uncle Johnny.. deci. dad to commit him to gaol, to await the Hetion of the grand jury. ' General Bently then moved the c...

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MR. STUART CUMBERLAND'S SEANCES. THE OPEN-AIR TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

MR. STUART CUMlBER LAND'S SEANCES. THE OPEN-AIR TEST. Mr Stuhiat Cdmberland, the experi. nentalist in thought reiding, on Wed nesday last, gave an illustrat:on of his skill' for the ¶entertainment of the populace by searching for a pin'hidde n in the city, the condition being that the hifliangplace. should be within a mile radius of the Melbourne Town hall. 'At half-past 12 o'clock a num ber of gentlemen met Mr Cumber'and in the committee-room of the Town hall 'to guarantee the fairness 'of thp test. Among those present were "Alderman Bayles, Mr W. A.. Brahe (German consul), Mr W. Strachban (t panish consul), the Rev. A. Gosian, the'Rev. W., Allen, Councillors Terry, Peirce,,and Wilks, and Messres H. Ii. ayeter, iR. S. Smythe, and' G. P. "Bartiop. Mr Cumberland said that in performing this experimenthe must haive folthesubject a man possessing the-necessaryconpcentration and nerve. As the experinment would be performed fir ie iamusement' and instruction of the public, ind without an...

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SIR THOMAS ERSKINE MAY. London, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

SIR THOMAS ERSKINE MAY. London, April ita Sir Thomas Erskine Mar, KI.C ., D.O.L., the well-known writer on Parliamentary usuage and other .sub j.ets, and who has now attained the age of 71 years, has resigned. his position as Clerk of the House of Commons.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. MR. GLADSTONES IRISH POLICY. London, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. : (From Melbourne papers) I MR. GLiPSTONE S IRISH` S, POLICY. London, Aril 16. . The Hion. H.' t. Brand, Liberal member for M]id-Gloucestershire, the eldest son of Viscount Hampd.n, late Speakar ..of ,the: House of Commons, who held the position. of Surveyor= General of Ordnance dur?n 'the latter part of Mr Gladstone's last AIminis tration, has given notice of his inten tibn to move a resolution involving the rejection of Mr Gladstone's measure for the creati6n off an Irish Parlia menF. The Ministry'are m king overtures to'Mr' Chamberlain,'.who recently re signed, with a view to his again joining the Cabiiet. SThe Right:Bon. W. E.'Glspstone, in view of the doubt which at present exists as to whether the bill embody iog'the'Irist policy of the Government will beacepted by the blouse of Conm mons,ihas determined to address meet-, nlge ofj his conetituenls' throughout Midlothian,,with tbeobjetotflen:,sting ponular sympathy for the; measure. It is stated that .the.Go...

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TOWN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. Tasnsco -Yinety-seven miles from Melbourne, on the main Gippelnad line, at the junction of the Heyfield line. Shire Council,-President, J. Peterkin Esq., Cuncillort, Mensra G. Firin D Campbell, H, Breed, Bodycomb, Kelleher, Forsyth, Mill, and Varney; Shire Secretary nnd Engineer, Mr James Campbell; Rate Collector, Works Inpector, &c, F. M'Kin nell; Treoaurer.J.II. Heed, manager of Bank ofAustralasia; Health ?ffire,Dr Montgomery Inspector of Nausances, Constable Donoghue; the Council also art a a Loaloalhord of Health, and meet for business on thesecond Wednesdav in the month at 11 a.m. Law:-P]olice Magistrate, A. W. Howitt, Esaq, who holds courts on the fourth Thurs. dayIn every month, the Justices of the Peace presiding on the second Thursday, at Oa.m.; t;lerk of Court, and also llectoral Registrar, Mr Charles Du Ve; Justices of the Peace, Messrs J. Peterkin, Dr Morrison t, Young, W. Whitlake s, It. Mackay, and 7. Sykes, olicitore.-H. B. Borjepsnt, Neville's...

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THE JUVENILE'S CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

THE JUVENILE'S.CORNER. In order to. encourage our . young readersowewphrpose. giving them' an occasional.coner,: of our space, and invite them to participate in a 'ýCoxs.enosc CoucPETsreN ,. ::. Open to all School children within theoShire of Traralgoo' :TIhe subject will be, TaHE ScuoomiAsOTEiI CA'c. Of whichi many;, i of. our 'yourg friends will be aible to speak feelingly. Co\nimoss Rich copietitor inust send Name, Agee;~dddresii and name:. of Scboo. atteooded' r · More than one conundrum may be s"it by any competitor.. i ' "',Each conundrum must be the bona fid?'production of the child sending All antewer must lhe addressed to "The- -e.Editor,"...'. "Record '...office Traralgon, on or before the 1st Mayi The successful ones will be pub-' lielied onr May .14thi The flis prize will be five shillings, or, if desired, ?its value in books; second prie, 2' : Id "Meitrs Martin and. Peacock's tender was accepted for the new. Unitarian Church.£4069 . It is proposed toihold a geat inter a...

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ROSEDALE EASTER SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

ROSEDALE EASTER SPORTS. The following are the, handicaps for. the: principal events to be competed forat.thi annuas ports to 6' held at..Rosdale on EastierMonday. In the list of nominations which appeared in our issue of Friday lst the following ames wer omitted in th Rosedale Handicap :-I. Scott, E. PMKinnon, and D. Campbell. ,ROBEDALE HANDICAP. S120 yds. s?Syds. 44Oyds L. F. D .allas : a~~cr. * . sc. R Scotf'" '.. r, r c.,. scor.e E.M'IKinnon c.... scr. cr.::, cr. L. Miller .. cr. scr. ser. A.K a'. nn 2yds: 7y ydds yd R.KlCdrce: .t:: :::?. ;3ydas lyds:;i.lO0yds. Flannagan ...... 3yds 5yds. 10yds 1. Bryan. ...... 3yds 'Lds 10yds F. Brenan i'. : .. 3yd, a5yds 10yds H; Stephen.. y,.,,ds . ayds ,10yda :.Canrrajing 6yds 10yds S20yds H'iNeailo":=;;::. yds.- .0 0ds P. Murren........ yds 14yds 28yds W G.-Grenwell:.'-?yds i14yds ,2 yds W: Murren...; 8yds lOyd ý1jSyd Jas. Pearce... ..p. *yds: 17yds: 28yds has. LRos .. 9yds 17yds 28yds Chas. Foster .;. yds 17yds 30yds H. Jones . 9..-:. 9yds,...

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PARTICULARS OF THE DEATH OF J. B. GOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

PARTICULARS OF THE DEATH OF J. B. GOUGH. Ox Monday evening, February 15th Mr Gbugh (Osyes the "Christian -Union,".was lecturing in a crowded .isurch in Frankfo-t,. a sua.urb of Philadelphia. Hiiethneme was." Pec i'iar Pvopl,:.and his!ectusrewas; no minally not atemperance lectur.,' but, as usual with him, theIfibject upper most in hies mind foliund its .snatural place in the topic of the evening. Be fore he,had soken forty- mdintes he was deseribing the ruinoud effects of intemperance. . He commenced' to describe-we might behttr say, act the fearful experience of one in deliri umn tremens.? ' During the scene he was stricken wvith paralysis. .The act ing had do merged itself °into 'reality that it was only when ho fell prostrate to the fl or that those present realised his condition.: He was lifted up help. less;and fiom that moment .bher was no lips of his further activity. He wns taken a' once to the residence of Dr. R. Bruce Burni iu Frankford, and his wife end relativeiwere summ...

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MORWELL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

MORWEi1. SPORTS._ The folloiing'are the handicaps fop thd above sports, to bh held orEaster Monday. E i'lDir mAIEN RBACE., . .. ... .. yds. . Nelson ... ... ... scratch F. L. Davidson , .-.. . sctch T. Sumner .. . .. scratch J. Williams .......... .. .... J. Flini ... . .. .. 3 P. Higgins ... ... .: .. 2.' P. F. Hannon.... 2 A. F; Allen .. 3 S. MDonald. .. .... .. 3 J.'T.Heiarh ... ;. . .. : ;" J; Sheiir -' W.P.yan .... .. J. Macleod .. . .. 3..; J. Shaniklin ... .. 3 T. Norris ... . .. . 4 F. Coar. :'::.;. , : '..; - ... D. Macmiillan ",.. -.. "... 5 Wm:Bessell.. : , ..r :;1. 5 T. W. Meekhim lf5. A. Vary ........ , ;.; .' B. Porry 6.; ... ... ... G. Earl , .. . " . .. '.' J. Evans . . A. Scalett ... .. . . . HRDPLE, RACE., ,,' yds. E. Webber .... scratch EJ. .aloney... . ... J. Breen . .... . ... ..... ... ' J. Nelson .. ... 10. A: L. Byrnis .; .': ..: . ... i llLCiirrn 1''.A.. . A. F.Allon .;. .s. D. aliply .. . . 15 J. Connl6 ... .. .. 15 A. Robbins.. .. .. . W.-P.Ryan .;: ...';i...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

LATEST; INTELLIGENIEO (By wire: From our own Correspondent. S. elbourne, Monday evening, A boxing me hlunder the Mar;euie of Queenabury/les for £400 nd the championship Sf Australia, came oi early this morning on the Williamsn town racecourse, between Lees nad sarinan. ~ Endeavors were made to keep,th ?iatn h secret, .but over 1000 ~erans were preesent, and the policein strong force. Seventeen rounad were boxed? Lees had the best of it all the tie;s Frnin wase terribly punshed, add almost -eihausted,. The police interfered afteet' gseventeenth round and stopped the match.; The roughs attempted o defy the pplice, but the t?roopers' tore up. the tropes nd an e. sinto taeientrbeafthe.ring,. A. youdng ma `named -David Lewis weie chlared with iudeceetly assaulting Sarah Rillerbrand, agirl eleven yea old, i ra? carriage b itweeo No th- Melbourne .and Newmarket 'Whe~it e glirl' :'fat'her heard.: afothe affair he wrent after Lewis, who drew a knife andid `ttempted to stab liller branid. The...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

TO CORRESPONDENTS. : "An Outsider'.has not complied with the press rule by sending his real name anl' adi dress with hisricommunication. .Correspon. dence may be accompanied by any " non. do plume" the writer may Fhoose, bitt the .eel nime should also naeompany. it, as a guanra te'g~boj'faoith. Undor no cirqmstancep, calm wcpiitlili anonymous letteis

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