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SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

S SUNDAY SERVICES. *; Church of England.--Rev.T. R. Walkes onnGood Friday at Trarilgon at 7.30 pmi; on Easter Snudy at Trarnlgon at 11; Glen.' Barry at 3; Traral on at 7. Presbyterian Chrch.-Rev. J. ?:i Wilson' at-Rosedln'e at 11 n.m.,; emmunion sel vice Flynn's Creek at 3. plan. ; Traralon at i77 p.m. Mr.E..Eldridge at-Callignee at 11 a.m.; Hazelwdod .North at 3 p.m. ; orwell, at 7 p.m. Wesleyan Church.--Rv. T. Alday at Merton at 11; Willung South at 3; Traralr gen at 7. Mr. Cannam at-"Morwell at 11. Mr Jope at-Hanzelwood at 230. ,r; ·' *i

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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GENERAL NEWS. London April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

GENIEAL NEWS. London. April 15. The Great European Powers have replied to the circular note of the Porte, promising to take fresh steps to induce the Greek . Government to comply" with thein'dein?hnds for the withdrawal iot Greek troops from the Turkish frontier: [The Bank ofEng. land returns for the past week show the proportion of reserve to liabilitiec to be 42 per cent;" as compared with 41 per cent. lat. week. The total re serve in notesandi bullion amounts to £10,700,000, being a decline of £700,000 dutrif the week. a At the wool sales to.day 9,000 bales'were oflered,:making a'total of 225,600 bales during the series. Toe tone of the market is quiet.; Tlie total witndrawals to date amount to 29,000 bales.-: . ' Batavia, April li. The BritishlIndia Seam Navigation tion Company'?;. :. .'I. Bulimba which left London March 9, departed to.day for Qrieensland poits. London, April 16. A destructive cyclone has occurred in the Stats of Minnesota. An im inense amount of danioga was don...

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THE ENGLISH BUDGET. London, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

THE ENGLISII.BUDGET. Loadon, April 15.: Sir' Williani "Harcourt,: the Chan. cellor of the Exchequer, delivered his Budget speech to-night . The total.'reveuene of the United Kingdom for theipast yver- amounted to £89,500,u00, and. thle expenditur; during thesame period to £92,950,000. . The estimated' revenue for the,.car rent year is £90.500,000, and the ex penditure £89,87;i,00. The actual revenue received 'during the pastj yearTrdm alcoholic llquors was £1,000,000 below the estimate pre sented in the 'previous Budget.,: i : Tihe Chancellor .of- the Exchequer proposes to meet the deficit by taking the sum of £800,000 from the sinking fund, by which ineis any increlse of taxatioanwill be obviated. , ?r; London, Aprl 10i.: The Budget introduced by Sir Wil-. liam Harcourt, the Chancellor eof- the Exchequer, received- the approval of -the House of Commons last night.

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PASSENGER TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

PASSENGER TRAINS. 0---o=._ DOWN. MAIN LINE. Leaves-Sale, 6.55am. and 4"12 p.m.; TEA. EALGON, 84 a.m. and 5'51 p.m.; Mor well, 826 a.m. and 6.13 p.m. Arrim-e-Melbourne, 1'5 p.m. and-O1'51 p.m. Leaves-Melbourne, 6.42 a.m and 432 p.m.; Morwcll, 1125 n.m. and 9.11 pm.; I TIAALaON, 11"48 a.m. and 9.34 pm. Arrives-Salc, 12568 p.m. and 10'44 p.m. DOWN. HEYPIELD LINE. Leavs--Traralgon, 12'5 p.m. ond 9650 p.m.; Glengarry, 12'27 p.m. and 10L12 p.m. ; Toongabbic, 12'43 p.m. and 10.28 p.m.; Cowwarr, 129 p.m. and 1044 p.m.; Glcnmaggle, 1'11 p.m. and 1066 pm. Arrins Heyflield 123 p.m. and 11.8 p.m. IIp. Leaces-Heyfield, 6'30 a.m. and 4'2 p.m.; Glenmaggic, 6.42 n.m. and 4.14 p.m.; Cowwarr. 65 a.m. and ,26 p.m.; Toongabbie, 710 n.m. and 412 p.m.; Glengarry, 7'26 a.m. and 4i58 p.m. Arrives T.LUALGON, 7'48 a.m. and 5"20 p;.' -DOWN. - • MIRBO0 LINE, Leaves--lorwell 11165 a.m.; Yinnar, 12'10 p.m.; lBoolara, 12 25:pm='. Arrives Darlimirlas12"5 a pm. Leives 1Darlimurlain G ' a.m ?ol 7.16 nm'. ; Yinnar, 7...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

Iotlees. CHEAP PRINTING! W E hove imported from Mresrs Cooke & Co,Flindere Lane, and It, F, Mitchison Quees-street, a complete ASSORTMENT OF NEW ob ~riain ijp~r . MACHINERY, Tncludig a very rst going I'ASA3i r5lUARIS , Which now enables us to execte on short • notice ANY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING AND BOOK BINDING, LITHOGRAPHIC WORK kce. At strictly Ir elbourap Prices We ask the people of Traralgop and aoighborhood to give us a trial. "THE RECORD" IS NOW" Published every TUESDAY AND FRIDAY g d. REDUCED TO S d. PER QUARTER (in advance) ... es, . . , (if booke4):. i .. 6s. ,, (in advance. If posted) So , . (if booked) ... ... s. Orders for delivery left at the office will be attended to, F. S N?ALE CO., Proprietors. TEE GREATEST WODMI0 o EOD?0 TIMESt AEnsesaedso llVndproMed.i. l rM s hronedieusto he stne ecual is cou-g either the sngloer mam .tdi er sh de ighte Svtalnts wuhichars msre p lmcull tn otr s is tsbef She .Ptm lsEt todhe b?mo rae ,Is the msel ?himels u aho hm es?. She t...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1886. CLAIMS ON THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

'"MODERATE, BUT PiOGRESSIVE." (Published everyTuesay & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 18PI C;AIMS ON THE COUNCILj:.-.,: Min." Cnuei o TArioae''clnim ,for'corn. pEnsation from. to Tr"rnoiion Spire Council for damage and .loss sustmned whilst crossing a defective bridge o hich was open for public trsffic ougit to sug gest to the council the desirability of pro viding, -s far is is in their power, against accidents of that description. Thereis no doubt that accidents will occur sometimes within a shire boundary, ;o'er'which the council can havo no control, and itiEduld be borne in' mind by the public that although the council may be .at times legally 3esponsible for an accident which may occurr to a person, there are many cases in which no claim shou!dl e presaed. NVo refer for example to the oiening up of new. roads in a remote part of the 'shire. If the Shire Council concede to the wishes of a dputatioii, said open a ndew road for the convenience of a few isolated select...

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RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE, TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

H. Hainpton, E. Comming,, H.; Curran, A. Daley, H. Harkin, S. Hambrook, J. Peterkin and Co. B. D. Tnn?or, 'J. Wrilght, B. Lang. ford, F.;S. MNealo and Ce., Goodwin and Frost.. Sp OSA?Lb -J Gillsenan (2), W. H. ORWELL JW. Champ, J. Hasthorpe, G. Milne, W. Bredin (2) J. . ? c?.kley.H. Bish.. 3. Chamberlain, :J T. Chamberlain; A. Chamberlain, jinr.; J. Fitzpatrick, 'J. Gilfedder J. Hopkins F'-.North; R:1O'Gor. GRANTS. R. N. Frost. T. CgpelandJ; Fitzpatrick, S..Ferguson, G. Firmin (2), W. Gould, F. Handley, .T. T.M ecerrand other, Jas. Mitchell ,Jan. Wright, a'as M'Donald, A. N sidenbbusche' (2), Thos :Needhani (4), R Pratt-,E. Searlett (2), W. fGi rlett, : G Timbs;W. Thompson.. . " LEASES. s' D. C..Archibald, G. Dare; G. Dawson, H. Gorman, J..Geale, W. Hardy, J. N. Heesom W. Murdoch, W. Smith, T. M3Mahon, Walter Marstii, L. Marstin, W. Moore, A. FO M'Donald, R. Riggall, E.. _.Simmons, J, Sh ells (2), J. Vincent (2) E. Widdowson P. Whelan (4), G. 'Whalley, se-r O() F. Willis; J Howard, ...

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THE LATE RICHARD GOLDSBOROUGH. SOME PARTICULARS OF HIS WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

THE LATE RICHARDI GOLDSBOROUGH. SOME PARTICULARS OF.HIS Owing ,tothe position' in the mer cantile world so'long' occupied by the late 'MrRichard .Goldsboroingh, and the lares fortune amassed by him in these colonies, there is naturally "cdi sider'able: 'public curiosity. concerning his will, and various rumors are aloat as to its effect.' We (" Herald") are enabled to give an outline of its leading features, which' will be 'fourud to be sublstantially acctrae. ' ''" The deceased gentleman' lihasleft. property, 'real and :-personal, ',to the value of aboht £175;000. ':" ', To Mr and Mrs F.' Rovl or thli survivor, he has left £1500 a year for life. v .' - - To Mr R.G. Row, Mr God31orouigh left £750 a year till he' arrives at the age of thirty, and thea £10b . a" year for life. " Two' hundre raind fifty. pounds a year for life are left to Mr Edward ROaw, and :the: sum of £500 is be qieathed to that gentleman's daughliter Emma. : To Mr Joseph Pi.keregill is left £100 a year for life. Th...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

MULTUM IN PARVO. The Benalla Shire Council have voted £50 towards the erection of amorgue. : Mr Williant Blackburne, J.P. declaired himself "saved," at a mceting of the Salvation Army at.Benalla on Sunday..,? Rabbits disappearing from Colac dis trict. The Bulgarian question not yet settled.i Fall of ramin in N.S.W. reported llst week.. There are nearly 200,000 paupersin London. . Benalla likely to be supplied with gas. Little. Mirams, pmoented with a big testimonial.' I Diptheria ?is broken.'out in the Kil. more district.' : ; State of.affairs in. South Australia. is distressing. , Local option has closed ten hotels at Stratford. r . .. ., fri, d lush fire n Vibtorin`e side of Murray near Albury. Beach, sculler, on his road to England. Indian wheat harvest promises to be abundant. i A cable'across the Pacific, Ocean is talked of.a .i',?ENr :R ?? r. Rev. Jesse Carey,apromiieit Wesleo'an minis er,hs resigied.n a .? & !'A 132 points' of mmi fallen atMarthiois station, Queenslan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

Auctions. OLIDF1ELJD & - MOORE, Auitioneer--REDK. OI FIELD. ESTATE AGENTS, VALUATORS, &c. 4 COLLINS-ST. WEST, MELBOURNE. AUCTION SALES ot Properties. Furni. ture, Stock, Merchldlise, etc., conducted in any part of Victoria. MORTGAGEOF EFFEOIED. PROPERTIES placed in our hands for sale or to let, are inserted in the daily papers free of chaorc to the owner. Note ro OWNERS of country properties are reminded of the extensive market there is for their properties in the city, the reason being that intending purclabers make Mcl bourne their principal centre of enquiry and like to gain all informition before stalting on a visi of insp-rtion. A.W H ITNEY, agent Franklin-street, Tra ralgon, will receive paiticulars of any busi ness that owners mnay iish us to undertake and give all infurmntion required. WE HAMILTON & CO;. STOCK, STATION, & GENERAL COM?MISSION AGENTS, MELBOURNE AND WARRAGUL. AUCTION SALES conducted in any part of Gippsland regularly every Satunl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

TRARALGON DISPENSARY Chemist, Druggist, and Dentist _ (By examination). Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Victoria. Pkysicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes most carefully dispensed The exact copy of every Prescription is registered for future reference. Medicine, 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, RimmePs, etc., Perfumery. Lavender Water, several brands,-ls, 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 Seidlits Powders, made of pure chemicals and full weight, Is 3d Disinfecting Powder, for ehecking the spread of contagious diseases Mastard Pla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

The Grand hotol,Spring-street, Mel bourne, has been sold to Mr James Munro L.L.A., who isfloatingacompany to carry on the business of a coffee palace on the premises. A gentleman near Brisbane ownst tame tigers, which accompany him in the bush. A police magistrate, speakingl from the bench, states that if the tigers kill anybody, the owner will ?b liable for murder. Wantedd.. MARRIAGE, ORR, and Co. require for their office a: respectable,; intelligept youdth; good writer. nd a?lede hbout "15.,. If shntabiq and engages for g years, will be given thorough office.training. ? W ANTED, a young girl to assist in 1 1 house;apply sto Dis. NELSON , . Tiaraln. W iANTED A' BOYa Apprenticetothe . Printing. Apply at This Office: W?ANTED-A Smart Lad. to drive Bullocks. Apply Railway Hotel, Glengarry. . W ANTED, tutor, coach Public Service examination,apply "Commissioner," Traralgon Post Office. s For Sale or To Let. rO LET- 3l acre ari Apply to T'. "'' "J- R, B?IRD T·aialgon? ? FOR SALE, C tHEA O...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 April 1886

i.COMMERCIAL. -4--. Messrs: Marriage, Orr & Co. reprt.-Al Moe Fiiday 13th inst, we held (in conjunction with Hyde nod Howard) very succeoefulshl for Messrs. Gordon Bros., their mill plant, teams of workers:and sundries. There was large `attendance, and .bidding was spiritel throughout. The day bosever was a spilling vet one, and nho doubt kept many away; the plant and gear sold for :£290, to lt., Tatterson, o&Toorak. Teams of. worLr? l at £10 ; 10 each, at £8 15s and £8; andl at £7 17s 6d, a piecesudries at usualprim At Traralgon, Saturday l7thinat; webld4 clearing-out-sale of fdirnitu, iad; snudrie foIr L MtNeil, 'Esq; ; ter;.Wsoa lamp attendanc, and eoerythi old wll,biddinj wan lively througholut:' 'Next sales,.Wcdnesday April, 21. Bossts Estatc..ad stock atbMorwell ; Thsandq, April 22, exterisive stock sile, Morwell sies (Flemingit) A. M'L.an &: Co. report--Fair supply fa. ward ; owing to late Mia good many pas at aiuction, which, hol cyer, were dipcse?.t ...

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RESULTS OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886

RESULTS OF ADVER TISING. BEFORE' AFTER I The first time a man looks at an adver tisement lie does not see it. The second time lie does not notice it, The third time lie is conscious of its existence, The fourth time he faintly remembers having asee it efore. The fifth time he reads it. The sixth time he turns up his nose at it. The seventh time he reads it through and says, " Oh ! bother,' The eighth time lie says, Here's that confounded thing again." The ninth time he wonders if it amounts to anything. The tenth time he thinks he will ask his neighbor if he has tried it. The eleventh time he wonders how the advertiser makes it pay. The twelfth time hle thinks perhaps it mnay be worth something, The thirteenth time he thinks it mast be a good thing, The fourteenth time. he remembers that he has wanted such a thing for a long time. The fifteenth time he thinks he will buy it some day. The sixteenth' time he makes a memo randum of it, The seventeenth time he is tantalised because he c...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886

COMMERCIAL. Oldfield & Moore (in conjunction with A. Whitney) report having held a most successful sale of dairy stock, young cattle, horses, pigs, implements, etc., at Mr Yeats' firm, Callignee, on Tuesday, 20th inst. Dairy cows and springers up to £10, averaging about £8 per. head; bul locks, 21 years, from £4 15s to £6 10s; heifers,-£3 12 ; weaners, £2ls. Horses. -Medium draughts, to £28 10s; do. sa-.ddle hacks, from £6 to £17 ; and most satisfactory prices were realized througout. After Mr Yeat' sale we offered on account R. O'Flaherty, Esq., 61 acres on Flynn's Creek, which was passed in at £2 150 per acre, also Mr Whitney's 217 acres on Tra nalgon Creek was passed at £3 1s per acre. Messrs. Marriage, Orr & Co. reprt.--At Traralgon Monday, April 19th, our yards were full of stock; the attendance wasvery good, and there was a decided imprcvemnent in the tone of the market, prices fully maintaining recent rates with an upward tendency, the demand beingbrisk for et...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1886. CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886

"MODERATE. iUT PROGRESSIVE.: (Published ereryrr ts lay Friday morning.) FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 3186. CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. EvERY now and then the residents of this town are treated to a hovino entertain ment lasting through the whole of the night. Any person who ha hal d thoplea sureof listening to only one cow ftr n whole night, bleathig either for its off spring, or foreompanions from which it has been separated knows what the chances for sleep are under the circum stances, and may calculate. what would be the effect upon persons who are com pelled to listen for a whold. night to the bellowing of a couple of hundred cattle. Such.is the sad experience of iany of the residents of this town. For the conveni ence of purchasers and;veedorsi the sale yards are situated in about the centre of the town. There is no objection at the present time to this, nor need there be until the population has very nsich in creased., Buit thilrqis a grave objection to the leaving of a number of cattle penned u...

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TRARALGON BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886

TRARALGON BAND OF HOPE. A 'ublic temperance meeting in conneiont with this soc:ety w,s held on T'uesday list in tilhe Incal Mclchans' Iall. The hall was fairly well tilled with an i..trrested audience of -ladies, gentleman, and children. The meeting wai opened by a temperance sot g, atnd after prayer Miss A. Downie f.vlred the audience with a well-timed piano aslo. The euperintedlant, Mr A. L. Galbraith, ther made some remarks with reference to the society. At the beginning .of last year it was in a flour?lraing condition, but the interest died out in a mueasure, and it- was eventually left to a few to carry on the work. These few hid, after their labors, tlroueltt lit to enspend the mreti',ge for a season. lie wished a return of tle prosperity of theo-pas:t The meetings, especially during the winter tnouthe, were of a very enter tatling character and productive ot much good, and the main object being to raise the fallen, and teach bur chil dren to grow .up a saber people, all shoul...

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ROSEDALE EASTER SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886

ROSEDALE EASTER SPORTS. The following are t handicaps for the F principal events to be competed for at the I annual sports to be held at Rosedale on Easter Monday. In the list of nominations which appealred in our issue of Frnda last, the following names were omitted in the Rosedale Handicap :--R. Scott, E M'Kinuon, and D. CamniplIll ROSEDALE HANDICAP. 120yds. 220yds. 440yds. L. F. Dallas ... scr. scr. scr. R. Scott ... scr, scr. scr. E. M'Kinnon ... sci. scr. scr. L. Miller ... scr. scr. scr. A. Kenna ...d... s 7yd s 15yds RL Pearce ... 3yds 5yds lOyds Flannagan .. 3yds syds 10yds R. Bryan ...... 3yds 5yds l0yds F. Brenan ... 3yds 5yds 10yds H. Stephen ... 5y ayd3yds 10yds •.'Carrajung ... yds lOyds 0yds I. Neale G...... yds 10yds 20yds P. Murren... Gyds 14yds 2Syds W. G. Grenwell... iyds 14yds 28Syds W. Murron... ... 8yds 10yds 18yds Jas. Pearce. . .. 9yds 17yds 28yds Chas. L. Rose ... 9yds 17yds 2Syds Chas. Foster ... 9yds 17yds 30yds H. Jones ..... yds 17yds 30yds D. Campbell .....

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RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886

RECEIPT &. PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. TRinALGON -1M. Rout, Moe Free Libary, H. Hampton, E. Cumming, H. Curran, A. Daley, H. Harkin, S. Hambrook, J. Peterkin and Co., B. D. Tanner, J. Wright, B. Lang ford, F. S. Neale and Co., Goodwin and Frost. ROSED.LE.-J. Gillsenan; (2), I. H. Spencer, T. Feily. MOnRWELL.-W1 Champ, J. Hasthorpe, G. Milne, W. Bredin' (2), J. H. Fnckley. H. Bish. J. Chamberlain, J. T. Chamberlain, A. Chamberlain, juanr., J Fitzpatrick, J. Gilfedder, J. Hopkins, F. North, R. O'Gor man. GRANTS. R. N. Frost. T. Copeland. J. Fitzpatrick, B:Frgnsan, G. Firaiin (2), W. Gould, F. Handley, Rle. T. Mercer and other:. Ja. Mlitchell, Jas. Wright. Jas. M1'Donald, A.. Nadenbousche (2), Thos Needham (4), I., Pratt, E. Scarlett (2), W. Scanlett, R. G. Timbs, W. Thompson. LEASES. D. C. Archibald, G; Dare, G. Dawson, ;P Gorman. J. Geale. . Hardy, J. N. Heesom, wV. Murdozh W. Smith; T. IJlMahon, Walter Marstin, L. Marstin, W. Moore, A. F. M'Donald, r~ Riggall, E. L. Simm...

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MORWELL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886

IORWELL SPORTS. The following are the handicaps for the above sports, to be held on Easter Monday. BA."DICAP MAIDEN RnCE. yds. J. Nelson scratch F.'L. Davidson ... ... scratch T. Sumner ... ... ... scratch J. Williams ... ... ... ... 2 J. Flinn... ... ...... ... 2 P.Higgins ... ... ... ... 2 P. F. llannaon... ... ... ... 2 A. F:.Allen ... ... ... ... 3 S. M'Donald ... ... .... 3 J. T. Hearn ... ... ... ... 3 J. Shear ....... ... ... 3 W. P. Ryan ...... .. 3 J. Macleod ... . .. ... 3 J. Shanklin ... ... ... ... 3 T. Norris ... ... ... ... 4 F. Carr ... ... ... ... 4 D. Macmillan ... ...... 5 Win. Bessell... ... ...... 5 T. W. Meekhim ..... ... 5 A. Vary ...... ... ... ... 5 B. Merry ... ... ... ... 5 W. Porter ... ... ... ... 6 G. Earle ... ... ... ... 6 J. Evans ... ... ... ... 6 A. Scarlett ... ... ... ... 6 HURDLE RACE. yds. F. Webber ...... .. scratch J. Stafford ... ... ... scratch E. J. Maloney... ... ... ... . 8 J. Breen ... ......... 8 J. Nelson ..... ... ... 10 A. L. Byrns ....

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