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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1886. A SEA-PORT FOR GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 January 1886

The Traralgon Record       "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 29; 1886. A SEA-PORT FOR GIPPSLAND. THAT graphic writer, "The Vagabond," in a recent article on Port Albert, which appeared in the "Argus," gives a detailed description of that locality. He as usual is happy in his description of the country passed through on the road from Sale,and in mentioning the South Gippsland Show which was held at Woranga, he writes with a peculiar crispness. There is no doubt that "The Vagabond" is doing a very important work for the colony by travelling it so thoroughly and giving his experiences in so graphic and readable a style. He not only, gives the public generally much information on things and places of which, it might be said, they know little, if anything, but he also reminds those who know a good deal about what he writes of, that they have forgotten to work out matters which would benefit them personall...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

TRARALGON DISPENSARY PAtI KLEESATTEL, Chemist, Druggist, and Dentist (By examination): " :. , Member of thPhar uticaoet to 1PhysiciansPrescriptions andFamily Recipes most carefully dispensed The exact copy of every Prescription is registered for'future reference.. 3odicioies forwarded promptly to all townships of the district; on application Teeth carefilly stopped and extracted, only thlineveest style of instruments 'used. The large Stack includes, amongst numerous other articles : 'Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes of Kent's manufacture, every brush guranteed Piesse and Lubin's,' Gosniel's, Ritnmel'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 Lo±enges, of every description, Marking Ink, genuine indelible, is per bottle :Superior Seidlitc Powders, made of pure chemicals and full weight, Is 3d Disinfecting Powder, for checking the spread of contagious diseases ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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MIRBOO. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

MIRB00. ({From'our own Correspondent.) ;Tuesday. m:A t ? sucessful entertainment both finincially and as a musical treat was given on Friday sight, 2tth January, in Goldsmith's meeting room, in aid of the sufferers by the recent fire in the Heytesbury forest. The chair was taken by Mr F. Dodd, pune. tually at 8 p.m., who opened the proceedings by calling upon Mr J. D1 Scott to favor the audience with a song, entitled "The Breach of Promist' which evoked peals of laughter, after which Miss Sheran favored us with "Tne Day When You'll Forget" which was rendered very sweetly. 3r Edmund O'Neill then pleased the audience with a recitation, very touch. ingly rendered., Mrs F. Dodd then sang "The Vacant Chair" in her usual style ; Mr J. Dillon gave a recitation, "The Spanish Champion." This gentleman needs a little comment for the able manner in which he rendered his piece, it was one of the gems of the evening. Mr F. Dodd then closed the first part of the programme by amusing the audience ...

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KATE DRUMMOND'S LOVER. III. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

KATE DRUMMOND'S LOVER, ~-0-- 11I., The uncle and niece talked for a pnod while longer, and then, while liate took her way toward the house, Uncle Ge' rge, having collected his tools and placed them behind the log, got through the fence and struck into the bush behind where he had been working, Riding up from the creek paddock, as fair hate Drummonl went down the hill, was a young man, who might be truthfully described as a pictuor of strong, young, manly beatt. Hle was fair-haired aul blue eyed, and though in his shirt-slecves, and with an old straw hat upon his head, looked band somwr tlian many a young man could be made ndler the hands of a fashion able tailor. Being smooth-checked, and rather slightly built, you would not at a distance, have given himt twenty years or so, but when he took off his hat, you might have noted, from the deep wrinkles between.his eyes, that lie was older, while you might also have doubted if his temper wase as sweet as the summer day lihe rods in, Jona...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. -o (By Electric Telegraph.) To-day a man named Michael M'Ewan entered the blar of Cummin's Racing Club Hotel, Post Office Place, at six o'clock in the morning. He said he had been in the Yarra all night. He was advised to lie down, and was taken'to a bedroom upstairs. He came out in a few minutes and said he was going to buy a pistol to shoot himself. No notice was taken, and he came back about eight o'clock; and went again' t' the room. Soon afterwards the report of a pistol was heard. M'Bwan was found with the blood dripping from his side, and was removed to the hospital in a very low state. A six bsrrelled revolver' was found; three chambirs of wvhich were loded:M 'Esi d hsd:heen.drinking heavily lately. ;His wife and family reside in tRyrie-street, Collingwood, but he has been separated from them some time. On Sunday last, while the Rev. John Watson was preaching in Trinity Church, Caburg, he referring to the Bishop's approaching departure, said he could not...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

COMMERCIAL. -0-o I Messrs Marriag. Orr, and Co. report: At Trralgon on Thursday 28th, monthly horse sale, our yards were full, attendance of buyers scanty, and bidding slow. We sold on account of Mr Little his lot of draught horses as advertised, but are sorry to have to report low prices. We offered for various owners over 70 colts and fillies of really good breeding, draughts, Indians and hacks, but succeeded in placing only some 15 or 20 altogether, we can only ac count for this by thie almost standstill state of the market all over the colony just now, and hope at no far distant date to see our horse sales better attended by buyers from all parts. Prices realised, light draught colts, £11 10s, £10, £22 10s; fillies, £15 up; hacks, £3 5s, £4 5s, £7 10s, £10 5s, £10 15s, £12, and up; ponies, a pair £15, single £9 10s and £11 sio. At Trafdlgar, Saturday 30th, we had small supply of cattle yarded. Theatten dance was not up to the usual at our monthly sales here, owing, no doubt, to ...

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CRINKS AND CRANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

CRINKS- AND CRANKS. ---- -0-. (or PLECIE.) H' is a bold man who undartakes'io this coliiy to say lu-bt but good ot our gri~stleducatio?al` sytei n.. It is my misfortune. to.be bold. I don't like the system, and as Corporal Nyn? would say, "that's the humour of it:" 'And there is one thing I like less than the"system' of education we are pursu ing, and that is the blind adulation which is given to it by so many, other. wise sensible people. Why, to hear some men talk one would think that tlose who framed the Education Act were infallible, and that the question any portion'of their work were nothing less than ra .k heresy.. Yet a good long trial of the Act has shown that it is full of imperfections, also'that it has not proved operative upon a very large proportion of. those for. whose benefit it was particularly designed, via., children whose education would never be undertakedn 'if they' were'e not forced into school by Act of Parlament. The. principle that every child in the countr...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

GOVERNMENT'; .GAZETTE. The follow?ig porti of land has been temporily reserved from sale &c,~sasite forpublic puh esi':-Eight acre, more or e.s, tomihty ofTanjil, Parish of innindoo Colniencing at a point on the right bank of the Thomson River, where the east boundary of allotment 46 of section 18 abuts thereon ; bounded thence by the said allotment and allotments 47 and 45 bearing southerly to the south-east anslo of the last-mentioned allotments; thence by a road bearing north-easterly to afore said river;and thence by that river upwards to the point of commencement. The following applications for licenses niuder The Acts 1861 and 1884,.have been refused :-J. D. Thompson, Moe. : . The follow iug applications for licenses have been approved.-Johanna ?. Barbor, Tan?il: J J. Dunbar, J.Dwyer,Traral;on; .' J. Him,. Carriung J. J. Graham, Wilhmge; T. Cliff, Mirboo; P. Kennafick, Moo;.W. Harding, Mirboo South; W. H. Fisher, Devon; H, M'Donald, Wonga Wonga; J. 3acpherson.Alberton ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

'Will yon have some more bread, Wi' lie ? said the wife of a neighbor of ours to her yong hopeful, yesterday.. "What do you say, -r "No, whatT "No more bread; do you take me fora bakery P

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CORRESPONDENCE. STREET BLACKGUARDS. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

OORRESPONDENCE. STREET BLACKGUARDS. 'S 7 bTo the Editor of thie Traralgon Record.. :In the columns of some of your metropoli tan contempories there appears the statement that a few days since a young lady, with two brothers and a sister younger than herself was passing along Chapel-street, Pmhran, when a young scoundrel sitting on a door step saught her by the foot, remarking to three other animals of the same type who were seated with him, "I nearly wrenched that girl's leg off." Would that some strong arm'could have twisted his neek or inflicted such terrible chastisement on the spot as might have made him a shocking and lasting example to any other ruffian who would think of attemptinc sucha thing. Miss Bird in a " Lady's ride to the Rocky ]Iountains," speaks of the uniform courtesy she met with from every man, however rough his employ ment or coarse his dress. Each of us Victorians who has ever thought kindly, lovingly, reverently of any woman has the the deepestinterest in rais...

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THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

THE FARM. -o-- A giant sunflower has been exhibited in Adelaide, grown at Bayswater by Mr G. A. Payne. The height of the plaat was 9 feet 10 inches, and the .circum ference of the stem at the base 13 inches. The flower itself is 12 inches across ani 3 feet in circumference. Its weight is about 31b. Mr Payne also showed a fine specimen of I'dian corn, these products htvin. - Len grown on the salt flats in Bays?eter by the aid of irrigation. Wattle ploling, as a co'nmmo specSletion,. has ,been undsr:,- e: in South Austraia-' by the , eh,?,es Wattle Plantation Compsny, ';ho report bavring 0 acres sown irith waitles 5' eet apart. At the Isas half yearly mce:tog of t:he directors the report atates that "the wattle seed cameup with great regularity, but the excessive heat of the past few weeks has materially retar led the growth of the plants. The natural growth all over the property is prodigious, and gives hope of profit in the future. The larger trees have thickened greatly, and a larg...

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SCIENCE—WHAT IS IT? To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

SCIENCE-WHAT IS ITI Tb the Editor of the Traulgon Record. There is a large class of fairly intelligent persons who, like your correspondent 'Ir Sullivan, in your issueof Jan. 29th, do not seeim to have asked themselves this question, and who have therefore not arrived at any clear ideas on the subject. For that reason they worry themselves and others into a belief, or rather dread, that science is a danerouns thing which, if it became general, would undermine religious thought and worship, and destroy all basis of right action. For the benefit of such may I say that "Science is accurate knowledge, systemati cally arranged"; "what is true is true, and cannot alter another truth." Men note certain facts, i.e., things really occurring; they record these facts. After a time, it may be many years, some person collects these recorded facts, and classifies them, verifying, r.s much as possible, each fact; and then perhaps some flash of light, and I believe most sincerely, an inspiration fr...

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LOCAL INDUSTRIES. No. IV. MESSRS. W. E. GIBSON & CO'S CORDIAL FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

LOCAL INDUSTRIES. --0- No. IV. MESSRS. W. E. GIBSON & CO'S CORDIAL FACTORY. This factory is situated at the south end of the town near the residence of Dr Morrison. The building is of wood and is large and airy, the dimensions being 40 feet by 20 feet. It Iia just two years since Messrs Gibson'and Co 'started this industry, and through their energy, and constant endeavors to supply the best articles in their trade, they have gained the confidence and support of the public. Though many readers of "The Record" may have a general knowledge, and-some a thorough knowledge, of how lemonade and soda-water are made, there may still be some who have not any acquaintance with the system, and for the benefit of those, the writer will give a brief sketch of what may be seen at Messrs Gibson and Co.'s factory. It may be said 'en psesant' that all serated waters contain carbonic acid gas. The gas by itself is deadly in its effects on animal life no light can burn it, and no animal can liv...

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BOOLARA TO MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

BOOLARA: TO "ORWELL. (By ouiir Traveiing Cdrrespondent.) The township of Boolara is: in.one of the prettiest ;situatiois. that could be found for~ 'busls township. It is 'on a slightly raised incline from the railway station, and is surrounded- by densely timbered hills, rising abruptly to the height of about 800 feet. Alighting at the railway station; the . first place which catches the traveller's eye is the Railway hotel, which Mr. Maher; the jolly host, isrendeavouring to make into a family hotel. In fact, so fair,lie has admirably succeeded, for the house already contains fourteen large rooms, besidesaa5large and airy dining roam, i' whieli bout 40 prisons can comfortably sit and discuss the doli cate,';yet ubstantial,: viands 'provided for them. ' The population of Boolara is steadily increasing, and. is now roughly estimsted at 250 persons. There are 'altogether three .hotels, and .they all seem to be doing a fair amount of business. This of- course does not mean drnikenidess...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

Wanted. J.1ANTED an apprentice to the coach. building, apply. ' P. A. CROWVE, Coaehbuilder. Tramlgon. 7 ANTED.-CORRESPONDENTS in the country. Forparticulansapplyatthis office. WT eANTEDA'aRe pictable Person as 'Cook SHOTEL.dires. Apply TRARALGON HOTEL. W ANTED.-1espctablte PEItSON as Cook and Laundress; references re quired.. Apply to HMns. WIIITTAKERS, ernhtll, Tranlgon. For Sale or To LIet. TFOR SALE, CHIEAP.-One three-horse S earth scoop. nlmost new. Aoply WEST BROS., Traramlgon. 13OR SALE, Cheap, a Fourroomedl Cottage anl good Fruit Garden. Creek frontage in Argyle-street, Traralgon. Enquire of Mu. J. MANNING, Butcher. FOR SALE.-Four-roomed weatherboard House and one acre of land, near the Tnralgon State School. There are also shedes, fowlhouses, pig styes, etc. Will be sold very cheaply. Apply on the premises to ,nl.s. DUKE. Tenders. TENDERS wanted for Erecting about i0 Schains of Lo Fencing. For particunmrs apply to J. PETERKIN & Co. TENDERS.-For the erection of a Fenc...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. This appears to be the period for political gatherings of all kinds, and considering. the -near approach of the general election'it is only natural thatl the candidates for parliamentary honors should lose no opportunity of proving thit each i?~lthe, only heaven .born represrienttivd.ý Meetings ' are being lield'in all the 'suburbs of Melbourne as 'wll ias in the country, and short. hand \irriters'are'o t a premium, so it's an ill 'wind that -blows no one good. Following hard upon the Liberal gathering: c~ris the meeting of the Conservatives who transferred their allegiance from Mr. Service to; Mr. Gillies toi whom they vowied fealty, and after that again, the meeting for the formation of the National Liberal League of ,Victoria. This was held on Monday night at the Temperance Hall, and was well attended, several radical members 'of Parliament being on the platform. The objects of the League appear to be identical with, :those professed by.the previous ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

TR1ARALGON POST OFFICE. M3AILS DESPATCIIED. MlELBOURNE, and all intermediate oflices daily, 7"40 a.m. and 5 20 p m. SALE, and all intermediate offices dailyi 11"15 amn. nud 7 50 p.m. IIEYFIELD, daily, 11"15 o,m. and 7750 pan. \WALALLA, via Toongabbie, Momiday 'ed nesday, Friday, 1115 n.m. Via M31o, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturdany, O a.m. GLENGARRY ToNoGAnnIE Daily at 11 n.m. CowwAnn CALLIGNEE, TuIslay, and Fridany 80 aa.m. TrYEIs, Tuesday and Friday, 12l15 p.m. , . I THE GREATEST WOJDER or MODERN TIMES! Lon epeleneel ) r proved the famous remedies to be mst effeeual i curing ither the dngemrous maladiesor the tlter nomplaints which are more particully in ddmn.} tothe Ifun a m.iner, or to those living is thu bush. tanrhua, and cholke is the most efctul remedy for old sores: wounds, ,lces, rhenumotm. md all snin diur.enuo in fact, h-h ,und aording to the printe diti-on- fails tr PIaenlike, deep and supeedcial nilmntmt T hPills an Oinment are Manufactured only at p3, OXFORD STREET, LONDON...

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THE CHURCHES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

p THE 'CHURCHES. ENGLAND. roming the incumbeetn:bAo his text frmm-oli 28th chapter and £2th verse, "Behold b' fear of the Lord, that is w:idm." lie d :--Wisdcm has ?cen ha's ; de cribhd as"'a wise chsice of the hignist good, and the best means of attaining the same". To find wisdom is the desire of men, as the context indicates. The word fear would havens its substitute reverence. This may be seen by reading the parallel passage in 111th Psalm. There is an association of ideas there between "Holyandreverend is His name," and "The fear of the Lord is the beginnin of wisdom." The fear of God was first treated of in contradistinction to the fear of man. We should be prepared foi the worst in fearless outspokenness. There is danger in coveting the good opinion of our fellow men inordinately. Great mistakes have been made on this point Thus some will be be righteous overmuch. God has given us all things richly to enjoy, but some will persist in calling that com. men or unclean which God ...

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TOWN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

'!OWN DIRECTORY, Tp?arr.coY-Ninety-seven 'miles from Melbourne, on the main Gippeland line, at the junction of the Heyfield line. Shire leunciL-President, J. Peterkin Esq., Cnuncillorp, Messrs G. Firttin D Camtphell. I1. Breed, Bodycomnh, Kelleher, Forsyth, Mill, and Verney; Shire Secretary and Engineer, Mr Jamn3 e Camnpbhell ate Colleztor, Works Inspector, he., F. t'Kin nell; Treasurer.J, II. Reed, mannaer of 1?tnk ofAustrataina; Health Oflice,Dr Montgomery Inspector of Nu sances, Constal0le Donoghue; the Counril also act as a Local Board of Health, ard meet for business on thesecond Wednesday in the month at It a.n5. Law.-Polire Magistrate, 4. W. Ifewitt, Esq , who holds courts on the fourth Thurs day in every month, the Jutices of the Peace presiding on the second Thursday, at lOn.m, t Llerk of Court, and also Electoral, Registrar, Mr Charles Du Vet Justices of the Peace, Messrs J. Peterkin, Dr Morlison It. Young, W. Whittake a, it. Mackay, and 3. Sykee. Iolice Station. Sen.*Con....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886

Auotions. MarrJate,Orr & Co, (Late It. Mackay & Co.) A U0 TIO : E RS, Stock. Station and. GENERA. COMMIISSION?AGENTS -0- Head Ofre..-Tratalgon. Branch Ojfes.-Monrell . Toongautie. S A L E S OF S T O C K HELD AT? TIIARALGT.ON -F"ORTnIGIT ANSD MORWELL 1 MONTHLY TOONGABIRTE Per our TRAFALqAR ,Advertisements CLEARING SALES properly put through. LOAYS ne-?tiated, and VALUATIONS S. nade on LAND and other property. - AGENTS FOR S.itionalofNei Zealairid.FireTnnsrance Co Colonial Mutual Fireand Life Insurance Co. New York Life Insurane. Co. . - TRARALGON, MONDAY, FEl S. 'rAnRRIAGE. ORR. & CO. will sell as - above (last sale) 10 Fat Bullocks and Cows 100 head Store Bullockl Steers and Heifers 150 Mixed Crossbred Sheep (fair conditton) from erriman's Creek. Milkers, Springers. Vealers Horses, Pigs and Snodries. NARRACAN, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10. 1fARRTAGE. ORn & CO. at the request of the farmers of the district will hold monthly sales of Stock. ke., in their newly er...

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