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GRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
GRt ANTS. R. N. Frost. T. COc n1xvd. J. Fitipt' R. Ferguson, G. Firmin (L). Fl uul. f Handley, Rev. T. Mercer nJ atitnd J>' :Mitchcll, Jas. Wright, J -i( . Wccrtlmmhf Nkdcnbmuschc c2), TlvM. Smlnc cdh Pratt, E. Scarlett (2), 1; Scarlett. Timbs, I. Thomnpion, W. e ourlO , J' E lisb,, L. Mansfeld; E. O'Slarti.
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE, TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TR.A.RitGON. PAYMENTS. ThknALGa\.-MI. I'out, )Ice Fr eLib6 H. Hampton, H.. Cimminig, li" J Irb H. Harkin, S. Hambrok, J. i'eterlii C'., B. D. Tanncr, ii. Langionlr J. Thorpe, H. Thonpson. SToosohrioIe.- Mcchnniclli' Instituu.L ': Bermingham, D. Unsiell, 11. W. IluciklC IH. Blilekicy, P:. MPGouran, .*. it vauitc ROSEDALE.--J. Gillsennn, (3), 11' Spencer, T. Feely,S. Baker. MORWCELL.-W'.: Chomp, ·J. Tlacthorf , ,Minn, W. Breamn (°), i. IL Iuuglucr , Sith. .J. Chanberloin, J. T. Champ A. Chamberlain, jpor.. .. Fitzatrict' J. Oil dder, J. Hopkins, F. North, IB. MO. man.
WILLUNG SOUTH. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
WILLUNG SOUTH. [From our own Correspondent] Thursdsr. The nice rins that have h*al lately have caused Ithe grass to ith asplendid growth ; and the seltewn who have sown r:-ass seed are glad I heart. .electors are vesr busy here juit ti present in improving their hildmii FeilciDg, picking up, and burningU going on right merrily, and som?na building themselves comalr5t! house,. Pr'.gress is noticeableCso' F sides. Writing' of buildings remind' rt that all the mateoial used for thatrp' pose hore,oromesvia TraralgonorFiltmJi Creek, A railway bets?een us Ini Traralgon is urgently reqsirwd, 51 a 1 to whom I hanvo spockn o'i sulject, agree inse:vi'ig that the lis proposed frsnis 'T'rar'zm is short st, best, anid most direct to bdourn?.', Good progrtes is bein, mantiai oqir 'Aechanice' Iostitute; 3rt , Bo'ustow the, ci.st actor, is rOil pushing on wi h his work.
TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
TOONGABBIE. The Toongabbie annual races, which were held on the club's racecourse on Easter Monday, passed off.very success fully. The weather was fine and warm, with a cool breeze, which made the day's outin" an enjoyable one. The local people turned out in good style, as did the resi dents of the district generally, and the trains from Traralgon and Hevfield brought a large contingent of passengers to the scene of operations, so that the success of the meeting in point of number was altogether a very decided one. The following are the results:-. MAIDEN HURDLE.RACE. Weight, 1st above weight for age; about one mile and a half. Mr T. B. Durham's blk g Cunning hame, aged, 10st 11lb (M. Doyle) ... 1 Mr . Neill's ch m Beeswing, 5 yrs, list 61b [T. Breed] ... 2 Mr A .T. Davis's b m Duchess, 6 yrs, 10st lllb [Carter] ... ... 3 MAIDEN PLATE. Weight for age; about one shile. Mr E. Martin's, junr., b g Fagan, 4 yrs, fst 121b [Marti .. 1 Mr M. Neill's cli m Beeswing, 5 yrs, 9st 81bs [B. Willi...
LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
LE'ISES p D. C. Arc) ibald, G. Pare, G. R+ý^ Gonujn. J. Geale, W. Harnld J. N.1r WV. Murdpoh, WV. Smith, T1 Si-l3hOn, F. Marstin; L. AMnzatin, W. Moore, ?,FDonald, R. iggall E L.. Shicili (2), 3. ncn 2,E·\id" ll , JP. Whelan (4, G. Wiiain llct. nrCfl Willis, J. Hortael, T. Shanahef W*aer1'
MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
MELBOURNE. -:o:- [From our own Correspondeotl Wednesday evening The holidays have come and gone, and we have resumed our ordinary working routine. - Except that the city is fuller than usual and that unaccus tomed uniforms are to be seen in the streets there is little outward sign of any break in the ordinary round of life having occurred. But the inward sign is all there and only waits an op portunity to show i self. Go where you will and casually mention to tile first man you meet that there was glorious weather for the holidays. That will be quite sufflcient, and before very umany minutes you will know where he went, what he did (or says he did), what his chum 'Arry said and did, and what a good. time they had g-nerally. It is hard to say which gives the more pleasure, the actual verformance of deeds, or valour of re. ousting them afterwards to admiring t:iends and neighbours. I am inclined :o favour the latter, because it is so :such easier, and if your audience is :srefully cho...
TRARALGON POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28TH, 1886. (Before A. W. Howitt, Morrison. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
TRARALGON POLICE COURT. -r-- TWEDNESDAY, APRIL S?8i, 1886. (Before A. W. Howitt,Esq., P.M., and Dr. Morrison, J.I'.) ASSAULT ON A JOUlRNALIST. George B. Scott was choreed with unlawfully a.saulting Wm. Nelson. Mr. H. B. Serjoant appeared for plaintiff. and Mr. David Ganosou for the defence. The evidence given by Mr. Nelson was to the effect that on the 17th o' March last, he, as Secretary of the Traralgon Race club, attended the aettline meeting at Neville's hotel: and defendant, who was a steward of the club was al o present: After the settling had taken .lace, some cham tagne was brought into the room, and toasts were p'oposed, and speeches indulged in. When lie (complainant) iris leaving the hotel, he went to see one of the steward'es horses which was in the stable; defendant also came out, and while in the yard became very abusive to complainant (who is the editor of the "Traralgon Record") because a letter which he had sent to the "Record" for publication, had not appeared in t...
A NEW AND USEFUL PLOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
A NEW AND USEFUL PLOUGH. . The AoIIICsrTCRAL. GazrTTr? states that a Mt: P. Haulen, of Grangeford, Carlow, a large til!igo farmer, has invented a plough of singu?'rly novel construction. The mouldhoird is at tached to the wooden frame, running on two wheels of 30 inches in ininme or. 0:e of these wherls runs on the unplowed land while the other, set at an angle of 4 deg. is against the edge of the last cut furrow: A seat, as in amowing machine, is on the frame, and the driver sits on thin, and has nothing to do but direct his team. A lever on his le't hand raimes and lowers the breast work and controls the pBth: An adjustment on the wheels provides fr the. wdth and depth of the ent. Having; once started iand properly opened the land, the rest, of the work requires no skill or experience, an it is all automatic. A public trial of this new implemsent.was made near Dublin, before'a considerable gathering of tihe principal firmere of the district. "A couple of poni"s were tackled to the...
TRARALGON POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
iTfIAItALGuON.POST O FFICE. MIAILS DESPATCHED. MEIELsDOsE, and all intermediate oflices dail; 740 a.m. and 5 20 1 m. SALE:anndn.al' 'iltermeiate otfices daily, II115nam. aud 750 p.m. IIETFILLD, daily, 1115 n.m. and. i50 p.m. WALHALLA, via Tounabbie,'3l?andiy Wecd nesday, Friday, l1115'a.m. " Ia 31ioe, Tuesdaiyn Tlhulsah; aturday, 710 n.m. LENCGAIRnk-Y . 'OOuinE- Daily" at 11 n.m. CALLIOUEE. Tuesday, and Friday "30 n.m. 'n.-, Tuesday and Friday, 12lh p.m. "
RESULTS OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
RESULTS OF ADVER: . TISING. BIEFOIRE AF1TER! The first time a man looks at an adver tisemenit he does not see it. The second time he des lint notice it. The tliird tithe he is conscious of its existence. The fourth time he faintly remembers having seen it before. The fifth time he reads it. The sixth time he turns up his nose at it. ............ : The seventh time lie reads it through id a.-,',s, "Oh ! hother." ' The eighth time he siiys, "Iere's that aonfounded thing again." The ninth time hcwondcrsifitamounts to anything. * The tenth time ie thinks he will ask his neighbor if lie his tried it. .The eleventh time lie wonders how the iidvertiser makes it I .y. . The twelfth time lie thinks perhaln it may be worth something. The thirteenth time he thilnks it must be a good thing.,. , ; .-,. , , The fourteenth time he remembers that he ias wanted suchi a thi!g for a long time. The fifteenth time he tinks hewiillbuy it some day. SThe sixteenth time he makes menmo Srandum of it ' The se...
The Traralgon-Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1886. THE NEW PUBLIC OFFICES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
".'ODenRATE, Bs' PnoocE.Si .', (Published every Tuies lay &Fiday morning.) FRIDAY, APRIL S0, 1886, THIE NElW PUBLIC OFFICSES THE niow Public offices nowiln COUrsO .of erection at tho corner of Franklyn and. Kayo streets, are begining to 1look as though the contractor means to finish his work within the specified time. Although since operations were first begun, the workmen have been continuously piling brick ipon bhrick tler itisbee' i othing to call much public attention to the work. The building has been rising sO grsdially that until the list fewida'y, ferw persons have noticed hovw mich progress hli been made. Already the West end of the biuild ing has attained i :oisiderable heiglh.und we a rerminded that l?-, to the present there has been nothing whatever in the way ofplibliqdemonstration in counnection with these buildings vlichli%&'il I~id so much" to the convenienco of the local p.iblic;nind to the general. appeirano 'if the, town. Ilie Excellency. Sir f.' 1...
THE SUEZ CANAL. FIRST PASSAGE BY ELECTRIC LIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
THE SUEZ CANAL. FIRST PASSAGE BY ELECTRIC LIGHT A highly interesting incident of the , voyage of the R.M S (arthage which arrived yesterday, was the pa.sage of a the Suez Canal by night with the aid o? : toe electric light. This experi. Sment has not been before attemptted, t and to the Csr:hage belotigs te dis tinction of having acconmplished it uc ceesfully. The experiment was nudrr taiken by the P. and 0. Company, and the: apparatus is for the us' of the company', boats. It was b ough. from Londou by the Carthage, and was un slhipped eat Suez, to br taken back to Porl S:i. by the fir t of the company's boats passinig through the canal from i the Suezen.r. Tile Jynamo is one of ; ?Framne's patent, and is worked by one of Brotherhood's tbreecinhodar engines. The latter is driven by atram ,upplied fr.m the main engines oni Sboard. Toe installatuon coustats of f tur. lamps. The principal one of these is of 15,000 candle power. It is ; ung out forward, on staging over the steamer's bo...
PLACES OF BUSINESS. As advertised in our columns. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
IPLACES OF IIUSINESS. As advertised in our columns. I hennst and Dlletist.-P. l;le, sittel. AuCtioneers. -Marringe, Orr, : C:u. and A. le'l.ean & Co., Traialyou ; n,.d Enlieih, Little, & Lo.; R. Guthrodg,: and t o.; C. Il'Int.sh, and T. W. Sutclifie nod Co., o. Sale, who visit at stated perinos." Gen,ran stirektepere.-G. BI. Scott, J.: ands, J. l'telkin and Co., anrd John S. lilligan. ' Cinitnisiion Apnl.--C. R. Wilkes and Co A. Whitney, agent for Oldtield nndMo1pre. Tuilpi-H. Lann,,n. Furniture warehouse--B. Wallis. UBkeis.-A. L. Piillrmath, and Mr lenmy Miliner, Draper, ettc-Ms hlorne. Statiinerand Newspaper A1ent.--1. E Ileladen and J. Pete*kin. Saiodlets-F. Smith, 1'. A. Byers, Butchtr.-J. Manning " Motels-lt. Mill's Club Ifutel, T. 31i. thliell'. Traralgon ]otel, C. Ntyille's Grann lunction Family hotel, P. Kelly's Comn iu.trclal otel, E. Kaye's Star Ilutl, and N. Gnell?v'e loyal E?xi hange Hotel, at lenci at iwhich vistiors are invariably wed sat sfied jfith th...
TOWN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
TOWN DIRECTORY. 7BprP.rALco-Ninety-seven miles from MlIthurne on tIhe nin Gippsland line, at the junction of the ]Ievfield line. Shire Councmil.-Pr;sident, J. Peterkin o., C.iineill., Ml-errs (G. Hilmln I) S;iiuphell. II. ]Ireid, lthilyoimh. Kell.her. Folsth, 1dhll, eld Varney: Shire Secrytary rnd Enginer, hir J lune: COm?bhell: l:ate Colle=tor. Inorks Inspectr,. he., F. M1'Kin SrlIl: Trersurer.J. II. Heed, naneger of Il.nk of Australasin: ealth t Ifi, e,Dr Mlontgomery Insp Fptr of u slance., ,nptable Dono;hue; the f.,une.il also art as a Local Ilnard of IHlalth. and meet for business on the secpndl W'iedresdar in the month at I I a m. Lsw.-- plirce Mrgistiate, A. 1W. IHnwitt, F.sq, who holds courts on the fourth Thu.F llay in every month. the JtijticIi of the Peace pr~idilg on the second Thursday, at 10 a.m.; clerk of Court. and also blectoral Registrr, MIr Charles Du Ye; Justices of the Peace, Hoesrs J. Peterkin, Dr Morrison }t. Young, W. Whittake s, 1.. Mackay, and J. Shker. Srli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
Wanted. W e rTANTED, a young girl to assist in V.V house, apply to Mis. NELSON Trara.gon. TXTANTED-A Smart Lad to drive V V Bullocks. Apply Railway Hotel, Glengarry, WANTED an apprentice to the black samithing,apply J. RFSSELL, Traralgun. M ARRIAGE, 1ORR, and Co. require for their ollice a respectable, intelligent youth, good writer and aged about 15. If suitable and engages for 3 years, will be given thorough office training. . For Sale. or To Let. T O LET--la acre Farm. - Apply to S J. It. BAIRD, Trarlgon. OOR SALE, CHEAP.-One three-horse earth scoop. almost new. Auply WEST BROS., Traralgon SOR SALE, Cheap,Ia Four-roomed Cottage L and good Fruit Garden. Creek frontage in Argyle-street, Traralgon. Enquire of Mn. J. MANNING, Butcher. 1OR" SALE:-Rye Grass, Cocksfoot, F Prairie, Red and White Clover [guaran teed quality], at Melbourne Prices. Sample and price on appldiation. if. LUXFORD, Seedsman, Franklin-st., Traralgun. F A R I S FA R S. THE undersigned has several purchasers and te...
COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
S COMMERCIAL. TIRARALGO.N MARKETS. A. Whitney reports having sold Mr. C. E. Pim's Ellisdale Estate, containing 971 acres, on Flynns Creek, to Messrs. .h'Iver and M'PLean at a most satisfactory price. Messrs. 3arriag Orr & Co. report On Thursday, 22nd inst., we held exten sive sale of stock for E. Fleming, Esq., at homestead, Morwell River. There was a large number of buyers present and everything sold at present market rates, for which hidding was brisk throughout, the milkers and some large lots of 2 to 3 yr-old steers selling remarkablywell. On Thursday, 29th inst., we held clearing out sale of stock, implements, furniture and chattels for Coll Shaw, Esq., at his resi dence, Hazelwood (which place he let). The attendance was extremely large and competition keen, stock selling well, ave I raging about recent rates, with an improve ment in some sorts. Everything was sold. Next sales, Traralgon to-day, town property at 2 p.m. Traralgon Monday, 3rd prox. usual fornightly marke...
LIVE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
LIVYE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, April 28th.-Fat Cattle This market was largely supplied, 1967 having come forward, the bulk of which were of middling quality. Sales were dull, except for prime sorts, which sold at figures nearly equal to last quotations; prices ruled about 15s per head lower. Best pens of bullocks sold at from £11 to £12, odd beasts to £15; good do. from £9 10x to £10 10s, second do. from £6 10s to £8 10s; inferior from £4; best pens of cows from £7 10s to £9 ; good do. from £6 to £7; middling and inferior from £3 1Os. Messrs. Dal. Campbell and Co. sold 10 bullocks for Mr. P. Clement. Prospect, to £9 5s ; 10 bullocks for Mr. J. W. Bowman, the Ridge, at £9; 10 bullocks for Mr. David Clyne, Boxthorn, to £9 5s; 14 bullocks for trustees late John Gellion, Woodlands, to £9 5s; 5 bullocks for Mr. E. Ferres, Alberton, at £7; 18 bullocks for Mr. A. P. Bowman, Cairnbrook, to £10 is Gd, averaging £10; 11 cows for Mr. John Bell, 15 Mile Creek ; 9 bullocks for Mr. W. Nicholson, ...
ALONG THE MIRBOO LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
ALONG THE MIRBOO LINE. The residents of the various portions of Gippsland do not appear to lack confidence in the future prosperity of their districts, and in numerous in stances are giving practile expression of their belief. This is very noticeable along the 31rb:o line, where previous to the construction of the railway it almost appeared to be a frest, now we hase toews every lour or fi'emiles. Yinner, the first staion along this route, although only six miles frmt NMorwell, is making sote headl wy,and the style in which the new buildings have been, and are being erected, speaks volumes for its residents. A short time before the railway liue wae opened, there were but three pieces of abode to be seen from the platform; viz., the homesteatl of Mr George Firmin andl Ir MlcDonald, and a way. side hut. The scene is now changed, several substantial buildings having been erected in elose proximity te, the offices of the .Railway department, Snotablv' the hotlery 'of Mr Wicks ; -Mr Quig...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
Auctions. MARRIAGE, ORR, & CO., AUCTIONEERS, StOCK AND LAND AGENTS, l7'OLD SALES OF LIVE STOCE S in their yards at TRAP.ALGON Fotr.tIGHrlY IO30RWELL t A TOONG.A BtIE l . TIIAFAI.GAF. I osTr LYos NARRACAN ([ Pe our 3lIiP.OO Adr ttisemeats CLEARING OCT and other SALES pro purlr put through. AG'. t". FOR Ntionlof NewZcaasnd.Fire Insurnce Co Cohlomil l1nttai Firtan:d Life Irnurane Cu. New Yo.k Life lh:eranOe.C... New Zealand Mercantile tgeney Co. LOANS :eotibated. and VALCATIONS mole. HEAD) OFFICE-TRAILALGON. IMPOIRTAT T1'OWN ROPPERTY TO DAY! TO DAY! TR lR.ILGON FRIDAY, APRIL 30. t/4ARRIAGE, ORR, d- CO. are favored idl with inruaetiron from C. Sulliarn Es.. to sell on the -round Tnralgon, at 9 ucluk sh.arp. Let 1. 40 feat frontage to Arr':e-.treet by 201 links to twor-chain rrad. hetain part of Crown allot. 7. sec. 21, town of Trarnlgon. with 4-roomed weather: hard dwelilnz therer:tr, quite new, oa:ing fen-ce and every conenice, a: present renteal at 10 per weelk. Lot 2. :12 fee...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
TRARALOON DISPENSARY PAU JL K LEESATT EL, Chie iADruggist and; Dentt Physicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes niost 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 manulacture, every bmusih gumnteed 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 immediate use and more ...