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TOONGABBIE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886
TOONG ABBIE RACES, Ties followirts nre tbo acceptanre9 for Msuida+' Rices: tlIviden Ilurdles.--Neill's Beeaiviiii Duihumn' t unioliame, Rlussell's _Iurt'e Dose, Davie' Duchess, bloc' erfrmes Revet. AIaidrn. 'P'L~nte.-Martin'sa Fagan,~ Oh eSteres: Mtalhiert, ."iGnRdu Cost 'Iron, N.,ill'l becewingB, Mortimre Aeon,' Rusei'Is Turtle Dove, Cairni Sir Herccules, Davis' Swift. AlaecfrlaeflS . Bel a Selling Ihlisidlee ,-.Ber~zlse Achil5s Durhrdan' Cnieighsanm e Belusscll's I'trrite Dvce, Mclfarlaneis Friendldr. Sclling ' IeL-AIniitiii'S F'aIa"' M'Grddis's ,Cinder, Dilis' Swift, Aluc failu ae Ri-vel:' Tandcnap .Trot-Martin's Plate Inyer, Mreit's Jsl inn" Go, Chiesters Ciclinem Ruet's Queen; Macfahrlaes hrltilydi, Mo srisot's Bell,
MIRBOO. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886
MIRBOO. [From our own Correspondent]. Monday. I suppose nine out of every ten "own' correspondents' will considerit imperative to inform your readers of a matter of which they are quite cognizant, viz., that we have had a break-up of the late dry weather, and although we have notsuffered from the drought about here, we quite sympathize with those who have, and join them in gratitude for the welcome change. The inhabitants of South Gippsland and of Mirboo in particular are very thank ful for your excellent and well J argued leader of the 6th inst., in reference to trnnways, and hope you and all others who have an interest in the welfare of South Gippsland will lose no opportunity of forcing.this matter on the attention of the "powers that be," until they grant us what we claim as our just rights and not have to beg favors. Up to the present we have put the country to no expense as complared with other parts, and while we are quite convinced of the necessity 'there is for the Governme...
MORWELL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 20th. (Before A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886
MORWELL POLICE COURT.= . TUESDAT, APaII, 20th., (Before A. WW. Howitt E siq P.MT.) Jos-ph Summers v. John- Sykes.: ir S rjmant appeaired fur conip'aiiant and Mr Buesbe for defendaont. Comiphiisiant rntied that delendini s son, who is a. miner, wass boarded: and lodged lby him for six.: w?eks and :twi daos; fur "which lie- had r eeived no paymllent. Defer.daut, h stateid, had prom!ised to pay his sons'sboard ind lodging bill. Comop!inant's wife nlde a corroborative statemlent; .Ir Bushi asked-that the" case bh disminsed,.-s, there was no written pioluiiso given b his client to Oy his6on'so liabi.iiies: Mr Serjcant mitid if defendant wooal. get in the bor he could show that as w\Ks liable for the debt, inasmuch he 'thesonl wlis merely acting as agent for his father, to whom all noney earned , was naid. Defendant then entered the witneos box, and on oath stated that he did not know either comlsplaiant or his wife, that he had never seen complainant before, thathe had never given any pr...
THE JUVENILE'S CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886
THE JUVENILE'S CORNER. In order to encourage our young readers we pbrpose giving them an orseeiond co'ner of our- space, and invite tilm to participate in a Co?-cnunoun COsPrETTIxo, Open'toall Schonl children within the Shire of Traralgoo. The subject will be. . THE SOIIOOLMASTEnR'S CASE Of which' many of 'our yoiirg frtruds widl be itlle to speik fet lingly. CONDITIoNS. Each coml.ptitor ini?t ecnd Naine;. Age, Admreees, and namae it Schbool attended. More than ore conuindrumn tmey hb sent by any conmp tit, r. Each roinundrunt must be the boonn fid. prod?ctidi of thue hild sendini it. .-; All nnswer, must ho addressed to "The Editor," ' iRecord'', office Traralgon, "on or before the 1st May next. . The enireeisful 'ones will: be: pub liehed i?l May 14t1. . Th lfirsc.prize willbe five elillings, or; if deslrel, its value in books s aond prize, 2s Od.
PLACES OF BUSINESS. As advertised in our columns. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886
rLACES 1OF BUSINESS. As advertised in our columns. I hlnmut and )Dentist.--l'. Kle sttel. Auctioneers. -Marriage, Orr, k Co. and A. il'l.ean & Co., Traamlgon; and English, Lirtle, & Lo. ; II. liuthlrdge and (o.; C. i?'Int:sh, and T. W. Sutcliffe and Co., o. Sale, who visit at stated perioas, Gr neral ost rekeepcr,.-G. B. Scott, J. `ands, J. l'ntezkiu and Co,, and John S. Milligam. Cmn'isrnion Agent.-C. R. Wilkes and Co A. Whitney. agent for Oldfield and Moore. Tai'or-ll. L.annon. Furniture warehouse-B. Wallis. lihke o--A. L. Galbraith, and Mr Henly 1i liner, IDrper, tre.-3:s Horne,. Stationerand Neospaper Agent.-l1. E Ilinden and J. Peterkin. Sa:dlers-F. Snith, T'. A. Byers, Butcher.-J. Manning IHotel-I-R. Mill's Club lIotel, T, Mi'. chell'. Tiara'gon 1ho'el, C, Neville a Grand Junction Famlily hotel, 1'. Kelly's Cut:. n:rclal Hltei, I. Kaye's Stsr Ilotel, oand N. Connelly'. IRoyal E'x hange Hot, I, at eaoh of which visitor. are invariably well satafied with the ttar...
TOWN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886
TOWN DIRECTORY. IT RALc.OY--Ninety.seven miles from tMelbourne, on the main Gippsland line, at the junction of the Heyfield line. Shire Council,-President, J. Peterkin Ella., (I nciltlo., Mtsears G. kitnen D CnAnpl]ell. I!. Breed, lodhycetnh, Kellhher, arotb1, Mu1i, j d Varney; Shire Fecretary ai F.nginerr, Mr James Campbell: lilte Uodle:.cr, W: TInspectrr. ke., F. M'Kin. nell; Tre.?ure.r.. II. Heed, manager of lhnk of Austerasla.: ; Health Itfft e, Dr Montgomery Inprc'.er o: Nu :anres, Cvnstalle Donohue; the Catn-il at.a aet s a Local Board ol Health, and meet for bt.iness on the second V.-dre.da in tl.e month at II a m. Law.-fPi,". Magisttate, A. W. Hewitt, Es . who hold- courts rn the fourth Thu a. day in every a-nth. the Justices of the tPeve pera:idi on the second Thursday, at 10ra.m i Glerk of Court. anl oalso hlectoral R?egitr:r, Mhr Cnarle Du Ve ; Justices olI the Peace. lelsrs J. Peterkin, Dr Mortison B. Young, W. Whittake s, 1. M.ackay, and J. Syks. Solici,'.- . . Soarjent...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886
The " Bliiking Record" concludes as followrs Hn .nrticlee on Australian Faiking :-The independence in? Vito, i of baiking aid, as shown above may Lo accaunted for by the feudity of her.soil, the mannfacinring and other. eniterprises of her people ; her (for the time)itumerical superiority add the freeaom from dry seaeons; but we are st I los in explain tlie icreasiong depri. denos .ofNew Soutli: Wals cln the banks, r.co.nising, ass' we do, lheF greater territory, her 'more tnpidly ;growing ,pnl'.j li n., lier ss1leiulih e.ol 2 :; ::I,. lour :ut :r ..: ' n : _ roh(It'u. Wanted. M ARRIAGE, ORR, and Co. requite for their office a respectable, " intelligent youth, good writer and aged about 15.. If soitabie and engages for 3 years, will be giren thorough office training. rTsANTED, a young girl to assist in W house, apply to Mos. NELSON ; :. ramgon. WTANTED-A rOY as Apprentiee to the Printing. Apply at This Otlice. W ANTED-A Smart IAdr In drive tlullocks. Apply" lhailway Hotel, Glengarry...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (By wire: From our own Correspondent. Melbourne, Monday evening. A terrible accident occurred last night at Hergott, on the Strangways Springs Railway, South Australia, now in course of constrnction. A train loaded with bal last raced into a mob of cattle, and the greater part of the trucks were thrown off the line and down a rocky bank. Five men were instantly killed, and one se riously wounded. Twenty others mirac ulously escaped unhurt. Three. bullocks were killed by the accident, which hap pened in a deep, dark hollow, In the Cadet Rifle Match at Sydney, Victoriawon, by 91 points. Large numbers of the Militia proceeded to Qeensoliff to-day. M'Caw, M3lwrick. and Co. report.-Pigs Small number yarded, yet prices showed no improvement on late rates. The drought has broken up, and splen did rains are reported from all district. The dead body of Johnl Cherry Cotton, a retired squatter, living with his brother at St Kilda, was found in alpaddock at Caulfield. A rev...
OUTBRFAK AT THE GIRL'S REFORMATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886
OUTBRFAK AT THE GIRL'S REFORMATORY. On Thursday night week four girls, about 20 years of age, who bear bad charsrtete, made a futile attempt to escape from the Jika Jika lReformat tory for Girls at Co'burg. For some time they had. been planning means to get away, snd with the assistnttc.: of two other girls, the only svmpathisers they had, they watched the attendants in the hope that they would leave the p'ae ngarded. Finding no rhance tI this way they,on Thursday evening, deliberately set fire to some chips of w, o in a small wooden rtom at the hack, in the hope of burning the place down. Fortunately the attendants we-e on the a'et, and with a few buckete of water put .the fire out be for- any damntoe was done. Betng thus thwarted, they then commenced brelaing all the windows in the lu.n dry. The female attendants remained firm at theit p Ista, and by their cool. noss kept the remaining 30 girls ia order, whilst the pews of the outbreak was conveyred to thle Church of Eng land Fcbo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886
TIlAhtALGON POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. 31ELBOUnsE, and all intermediate onices daily, 740 am. and 5"20 m. 6ALE, and all intermcdinte offices daily, ".11"15 a.m. aund 7 50 p.m. 11Y IELD, daily. 11.15 am. and 750 p.m. AVAALLA, t ia Toongalbie. Mlanday Wed, nesday, Friday, 11l15 a.m. Via Jloe, Turaday. Tharsday, Saturday, 7o n,m. GLENGARRY) TOOnGAnBIE Daily at II a.Dm. CowwAR CALLIGSEE. Tuesday, and Friday 8:10 a.m. ~yea, Tuo day and Friday, 15'15 p.m. jotice3. CHEAP PRINTING! W E have imported from Messrs (Cake k Cu,Flindees Lane, and II. F. Mitchison Queen.street, a complete ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND MACHINEIRY, Including a very fast going "ARAB" TREADLE, Whichlo now enables us to executo on short notice ANY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING A.n BOOK BINDINO. LITHIOGRAPIIIC WORK &c. At :strictly Melbourne Prices -- - ::oa We Ask the people of Traralgon nand neighborhoed to give as a trial. "THE RECORD" IS NOW Published every TUESDAY AND FRIDAY 4 d. REDUCED TO d. on PER QUARTER (in adva...
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886
;3SEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. -4- aloNIX.Y, AI'rIL 19. pt: s ..r: Crs Ilium (president), Moore, Disher, Skeels Clement, Y,,ng. l'ederson, Slater, mtd O'lcara. CORRESPONDENCE From the Pepartment of Lands and Surrey. tating that there is Ip record it the csiite of any reserve for common airds at Toongabbie, rfqnueting that n precisa.descript; oi of the land may be furai1hed.-Reeiveed. From the Railway department, in timatingt that the department is not in a ,osition to undertake a curvs' of tile proposed line from Rosedale to Yarram at present.-Received. From the Public W. rks department to Cr young and others, intimating that the delparttmtent cannot interf. r in the matter of the council -selling the timhber on the roads wtthin the shire.--ieceived. From the district esuvetor, re road alout the touth side of the Armid de pre.-emtive right, stating t.at the tllatter will be uat-nded to aith as little delay ns possible. Immediate .atentti-n will also be p ven to the matter of proiding road ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886
Auctions. MARRIAGE, ORR, t CO., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND L.\ND AGEI'NS, f1OLD SALES OF LIVE STOCK in their "ardn .t TRAII.TIL.ON . FonTNIntrrLT 3IORWIt. i. • TONGAlIiiAIlE AND rtoX N.I ll.AC'.N ',.r oir 3l :11 ):} AdlOrtiements CI.E.?.ilING OrT andt other SAL.ES pro. 00k0-' FOR Naiorinal New7.Z'aln:.. Fire Insurance Co. SJl,,,.ial M nulal Finr-al I.if. I:lumrnceCo. Nerw York Life Inourne. ('o,. New Z.nl..3il o!en?entile .Agenc Co. IO.1\S ne_,tiat.l. nil VALUA.TIONS nm:vl.. I1 SAI) OFFICE'-TPAIIA AIiN. CLE.\IUNG SALE. II ZELWOO1, TlUlt., APl'. 29. 1JAtlRIAfGE. 01111 & CO. will sell for ]L O! Shaw, En. wh-ohad ethis farm, WITHOUT RIESEIRVE Ili; entire st«.. Furnniture nl Sundries 0) hlol of we:ll-hn?l Milkers and Spring ,'ri. Ithll.ok-. Steer: andll Heifcrn 4 splendlil IIllmuht ilore. Ilis er'y Moarc - Speculnti, '" .15 I'i... some pet Sheep and Plams Lot of Farm I'nliaeo liDrsn. Il-urho. Ilarrwn. Chaffcuttecr, t'art. t.l le:. Hoarnes. TI-.ls lu,.ol:.lld Furniture and a hr t sun...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886
TRARALGON DISPENSARY PAUL KLEESATTEL, Chemist, Druggist, and Dentist (By examination).. : : ..- -." . Member of tliePhariihcduiiical Society'ofVictoria: '" Physicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes most carefully dispensed The exact copy of every Prescription is registered for future reference.i Medicines forwarded promptly to all townships of the district, on application I Teeth carefully stopped and extracted, only the newest style of instruments used. The large Stock includes, amongst numerous other articles: Tooth, Nail and lair Brushes of Kent's manufacture, every blush guranteed Piesse and Lubin's, Gosnell's, Rimmel's, etc., Perfumery. Lavender Water, several brands, Is, 2s, and 3s per bottle Bighly perfumed Hair Oil, scented with Otto de Rose, and Orange Flower Is per bottle Medicated Lozenges, of every description Marking Ink, genuine indelible, ls per bottle Superior Seidlitz Powders, made of pure chemicals and loll weight, Is-3d Disinfecting Powder, for checking the spre...
MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 April 1886
MEI4BOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.] : The 21st Allril "Eiglit Hours-?ajy" ia the great holiday of the British workman in Victori, and to-day; the 30th iuihiVer sary was celebmted with grret.glusto. There was the usual procession, which surpseesd Irn rnde?r any, of the prcrit d o. showes, aod i Which' no Ic?tstlan fortvy-, three- trde .wero ropresented. Anyone looking at the gorgeous Ianners and the wellldressed, comfortable looking men who bore them aloft, could but conme to the conclu.sion that in our sunny land Jack is decidedly as good as his master, if not a little biT better. The procession started :abont ton o'clock from the Trades' Hall, and passed through the principal streets of the city en route for the Friendly Societies' Gardens. To prevent the pos sibility of accident the tram cars on the Richmoind line were stopped for about half-an-hour until the procession had oleared the Jolimont road. Unfortunately for the holiday makers there was a strong wind,which raised t...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (By wire: From our own Correspondent. Melbourne, Thursday evening. Holt, the ex-manager of the Bank of New Zealand, in Sydney, has been comuitted for trial. It was shtown by the ently ledger that one Chisholm had an overdrawn account of £82,050, and it was proved that no such account existd. \Yaker, the defaulting secretary of the Young Men's Christian Asosia tion in Adelaide, has beon committed for trial. James Lander, one of the men buried by the accident in Duke Consols No. 4 tribute at Maryborough, was extrica ted at 11 o'clock last night. He had bren imprisoned for 14i houns in a space 18 inches high by four feet long and four feet wide. He was found uninjured except from exhaustion and a slight bruise o:i toe shonlder. The annual meeting of to:e share holders of the Colonial Bank was a most succes fu) one. The bplf year reserve fund was increased by £10,01f0 and £8250 were carried to the profit and loss account. Toe devnsit sc counts amount now to over £3,...
CORRESPONDENCE. BADROAD. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORD). [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
CORRESPONDENOE. -4 BD ROAD . (TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORD). Fiat--1 beg leave to trespos o your k nanes, to publish this s?ur no e, as it seems we poor selectors who live on Wihitelaw's track are to be left to our own devices by our shire council in the matter of road,. We are now compelled to travel alo g a track, cut by ourselves along which it is impos eib e to take a loaded cart, and in fiact an empty one it is a dilfflicult thing to bliog sbog. This inconveh e ce could all be uo-ie away with, i ould our wise end discreetcouncil only see its way clear to sp-nd sonic £20 or £30 in clearng Wthitelaw's track ol sIrub, foomt th- eset crller of McGannonn' to the Speargtas plain, about two miles, which would give us a good Irvol road out from our holdings and would be a boon to all the selectors along the track. The excuse of the council is want of funds to carry on works; yet I notice at the last meet ing of that august body, that between £200 £300 of work is to be done in arid aroun...
PETTY SESSIONS COURTS. MAY, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
PETTY SES.ION? COURI':.' MAY, 184. Ro~cdule. Wednesday, 5it, I1 a.m., ofice day Tuesday. Toongtbblie, Thur-day fith, II a.m. 8iSm. monssirsucd precdinbg Friday (30th April) Ileyfield. Saturday 8th, t n.m. Sam. monsus isuued preceding Mlnnday (3rd) Trrarnlgn, 1Vednarday 12th and 2rth, at I0 -'n. Summonses issued pr-coding Fri days Moe, Saturday 13th, lo a.m. Summonses issued Monday 10th. Morwell, Tuesday 19th, 10 a.m. Sam monses issued FriLday 14th.
SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
SUNDAY SERVICES. Church of En"land.-Rev. .T. 1. Walker at--lazelwo(ol 11 a.m., Morwe'll 3 p.m., Tlrarlgon 7 p.m. Mr C. H. Smith at-Flynns Creek I1 . Bulga 3 p.m. Preslhterian Clnrch.-Rev. J. G. Wilion Sat '['ralgon I1 am.. Sydney Cottage S;S. 330 p.m., troedalc 7 p.m. Ir E. Eldridge at Yinnar 11 a.m., ouolra 3 p.m., Miiboo East 7 p.m. Waeleynn Cleurch.-levT. T. Alday nt Toongahblbie I a.m., Eagllhawk 3 p.m., Tra. Sralgon 7 p.m. Mr Caniam at Calliguee at aI m.. lnla.'.wonod North 230. Ip.m., Mor. well 7 p.m. M r Jop at Morwell 11 an.m
THE ROSEDALE RAILWAY CRANE. (To the Editor of the Traralgon Record.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
THE ROSEDALE tRAiLWAAY CRANE. I (o the Gdior of the-raralgaon ecord.j Sta,-Will you kindly afford me r space to give an unqualified contradic- . I tion to a mendae ous assert'on em bodied in a i'esolitioli passed by the i f Rosedale° shire council:at its meeting I the othlr' day, the gist of which is - that "thle crane had beens removeda fromtfhe railway"station to Loy Yang t r at the'. instigation of the lite member f for South Gippsland for the benefit of Sthe prop'rty of the proprieltorof asaw mill adjacent" :There's not the shadow~iof truih in t ti t. Mr Mason, so far as I am aware I never hleiid of a cr ne being erected at Loy Yang; certainly it was never I mentioned to him by me. Incredible I as it may seemt to some councillors, I may state, for tfie infrmation of the ea uthors of th" resolution in question, l thst I feol quite competent to conduct U nego iations fr the erection of a s crane, having such excellent maen of business t; d.al with as tihe lailhoy Commissioners, wi...
EASTER SPORTS. ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
EASTER SPORTS. ROSEDALE. The usual Easter sports gathering at Rosedale on Monday last was highly suc cessful The attendance was perhaps slightly under that of last year, a large contingent of the visitors coming from Sale, and others from various stations along the line. The programme provided was a very liberal one, and in each case brought out good fields of competitors. The judges and stewards are tobe compli mented in the manner in which they discharged their duties, a special word of praise being due to the energetic secret-ary, Ir G. Greenwelll who was as indefatiga ble as ever in the discharge of his arduous duties. The refreshment bar and luncheon booth were under the charge of Mr J. Rowley, and he appeared to be fairly well patronised. The following are the re sults : Maiden Plate, 100 yards: First prize, 20s; second, IOs: A. Kinna 1, H. Jones 2, D. Campbell 3. There werel6starters. A good race. A protest was entered against Einna on the ground that at the time of entry he ...