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MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
MORWELL. Tho.Mtorwell annual sports, considering the' threatening aspect of the weather, was largo,fully 700 persons turnilng out to witness the day's sport. In all the events the entries were fairly numerous, and the attention had been devoted to the handicapping, the finishes in each rgce were 'yecry close, that of the mIaiden race in particular, many being of pii that Vary, who was awarded thirdp? was first, whist others favored the s w man MacLeod. Every race was e with promptitude, and the public; well satisfied with the arran eement The committee did their work wel0, Mesrs Sommers, Donaldson, Gay, Gooding, Firmin, Rintoulla ýi are deserving of special mention. following is the programme: Boys' Race.-100 yards. lst,10s. Os. Entrance, 6d. J, Dean, 1; p Maiden Plate.-(Ist heat) h1t, 8, 2nd, £1. T. Mekhemr, 5 vard~ 1.ý; Carr, 4 yards, 2; J. MaLeod 3.P., 2nd heat. A. Vary, 5 yards, I Norris, 4 yards, 2; T. Sumner, scactb (Final heat.) T. 3Mekhaw, 1?. Le 2; A. Vary, 3. l, Running Hi...
MOESPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
.1OE SPORTS. Maiden hace.-00 yards, I. st, I.; O1s. A. Gunn, 1; J. Watson, , I. started. Quoit Match.-Prize, L2 and se: 4 quoits. H. Staffl 1; G. HougIh, .; a Stanton, 3. Hurdle .Race.--2.O Yvans. ls Ld: 2nd, Ll; 3rd,10s I A. Btrley, rsd, I; R. M'Lcod, scratch, 2; 3L Curran, 1 Seven others started. Moo Handicap.-200 ya?s. 1, L:i 2nd, l ; 3rd, lOs. M'Leod, scera I; J. Breen, 4 yards, 2 ; J. W\atson, 1sr+ 3. 10 others started. Hop, Step, and Jump.-J. Bruen. Boys' Race.-Under IS. A. Ilasthi. District Plate-13- 0 ards. 1st, LI I; 2nd, 10s. O'Neil, ; ;A. Doherty, . , othera started. Running High lJump,-Ist, LI I; 2nd. 10s. M'Lcod, 1 ; J. lreen, 2. Ladies' Race.-A Bracelet, won Irlli E. A. Horrocks. 7 others startedl Committee Race.-I-st LI 10s; i 10. J. Watson, 1; J. Hayve, . Consolation Race.-Ist, LI'IOs; n 10s. J. Breen, 1; E. Pierrehumbert,i
HORRIBLE DISCLOSURES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
HORRIBLE DISCLOSURES. For some time past the police au thoriti s have been aware that the crime of procuring abortion hls b en extensively carr ed on in some of the suburbs ranrounrd ng Ml.bourne, but owing to the difficult etperiencedinr obtainung thue necessary evidencr to support a prosecution little has been done in bringing offenders to justice.: An arrest, hovewer, of considerable impar.ance was "made by Sergeant O'Meara, of the ?senington police, on Saturday last, when a married woman" nmrad Sarah All-n, 70 years of age' residing at Japon;ica Vill Se,outh-street, Flemingtmrn, was taken into custody on two charges, ont of procuring abortion, and see wily of conccalarnrt of birth. It appears that Mrs A:ler',:who hase re cently taken utp her residence in Flem ington, formerly rei led ir Prtt-street, i Cdrlton, where on more thel one occa sion site was s.sr-cred by the poPlce of malpractice. Fiqldmg thlit Carltoi was become too uncomfortable to remain there any longer. she pur ch...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 April 1886
Notices. CIIEA PRINTING 1 WE hare imported from Mesrs Cooke & Co,Flinders Lane, and IR. F. \Mitchison Queen:street, a complete ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND MACHINERY, Including a very fast going " ARABS1 TREADLE, Which now enabls us to execute on short notice ANY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING AND OOK BINDING. LITHOGRAPH'IIC WORK &c. At strictly Yloelbourne Prices -- - ::o - We ask the people of Traralgon and neighblerhood to give us a trial. "THE RECORD" IS NOW Published every TUESDAY AND FRIDAY ? d. REDpUCED TO ( d. PER QUARTER (in advance) ... Is. (if booked) .. Gs. (,, in advance. if posted) fs . (if booked) ... ... 7s. Orders for delivery left at the office will be attended to, F. S. s.EAL .j CO., Propi?tors. :, TIIE GREATEST WONDEI, o MODERI TIMESI oIe coxperience he?npr'd thee fneoo remedie to bo tet ei.eCtual in ins eeither the idrgeroem nalbdies or the slighter omdplint hlc!nt a ere M pacteicultrly io csdetol tothoe lif oaincr, cr to tbdo livior in thel OcAn sieobal does ...
PASSENGER TRAINS. MAIN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886
PASSENGER ,TRAINS. DOWN. MfAIN LINE. Leaves-Sale, 6.55a.m. and 4"42 p.m.; TnA. ::.ALLose, 8"4 'ai n:'aid 5"5I p.m.; 31or Swell, 8,26 .i.anid 0.1 ~.??3,. Arrive-?1elbourne,il*5 p m. aud10'51 p.m. Leavoes-Melbouenc 642.a.m; and 432 p.m.; MorwcllU 11?25'a..;.aid ' 9,11 p.m.; S TRAnALao'11s484''a.w and 9'3 tp.m. Arrives-Sale, 1258 p.m. and 10 44 p.m. " ' DOWN.:I HEYFIELD LINE. Leaves-Traalgon, 12.5 p.m. end 950 p.m.; . :Glengarry, 12t7 p.m. nd 10112 p.m.; Toongabbie, 12"43 p;m. and 10"28 p.m,; Cowwar, 12"59 p.m. anid 1044 p,m.; Glenmaggie, '11 p.m, nd 1066 p.m, . Arrives Heytield 1"23 p.m. and 118 p.m. Leiave=-Hoyfield, 6'30 a.. and '42 'p.m.; Glenmaggie, 642 a.m. and 4'14 p.m. Co?w-orr. 65.4 am. and 4.26 p.m. Toopgabbie, 710 .m. and 4.42 p.m. Glengarry, 7'21; am. and 4'58 lI.m. ? Arrives TInARALGON, 7'4Sa m. add 5~20 p.m; DOWN. MIRBOO LINE. Leaves--Morwell 1141, nani.; Yinnar, .12'10 p.m.; loolam, 12.25 p.m.,T;,,;,: . Arrives Dariimurla 12'46:p.m. "up .' ' Leaves -Darlimrlar., 6 .m. ;_...
TRARALGON POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886
TIIARALGON POST OFFICE. M AILS DESPATCHED. Ir.LIoIUNE., ar?d all intermediate offices daily, 7'40 am. and 520 p m. 8?LE. a?d all ntermediate uoffices daily, 11 15 a.m. and 7 50 p.m. HEYFIELD, daily, 1115 n.m. and 7530 p.m. WALHALLA;, via Tougablbie, Monday Wed nesday, Friday. Ill15 am. I a Sloe, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, 740 n.m. GLENGOARRY) ToOY(ABBIi Daily at lI1 am. Ciw'wARn, +CALLIONEE, Tuesdny. and Friday 8'30 am. TrYE?s Tuesday aud Friday, 12"15 p.m.
THE LAW OF DIVORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886
THE LAW OF DIVORCE. Sir Alfred Stepheh, the promoter of the oils neo before the New South Wades -'iarlals;it s:seekiig to anien5 the law of divorce, haIing written to AMr Justice Windeyer, who presides over the Lisorce Court i3 that co.onuy, a.king.hiin tr his oruisio as to whe ther collusions Letween the paiales was of Ir quent occurrenlce in divorce petitions, las received a lengthy letter ill reply, which is published iu the '" Sydnry Meorioit Herald" of April 21. Mr Justice Winueser asserts tim" there is no ground vhaiever for a doubt as ta the'lema-fide chatacei of the ?iscam' joityofl' cases, ald in the course of li? l.tter he goes on to say: --' The oaj. ctious raised to desertion as a ground1 for di. rie have, it feelihs to me, beenl utrgdd withi that singular digregard to :he facts of real life whi Ih always accopaouies the want of that knooledge of imen and things which we sum ui as kanoledge of the world TIt, questioi has been argued as if husbands who deserted their wive...
THE LOCAL LAND BOARD. MONDAY'S SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886
THE LOCAL LAND BOARD. MONDAY'S SITIN1G. The Local Land Board held its first day's a:atio At the Court-housne, Trmlgon, ys te,,Ra The following are the recommenda I. William Millanr allotment 8, area $00a. parish of Jumbik. IRecoimended. l. - ames i. P'errins, allotment ,22, area :-;.. parinshof Jambik. Recommended. , 3. atrick Ilolg'r, allotment 9, area 2S80S, parish of Jumbuk. Recommende?". 4. John Itolger. allotment 10, area f20sa. laihl of, Jumbuko Eastern half recom tasted. 5. Jamze IBlg.er. allotment 10, area 620a, parish of Jumbuak. \·Wetern half recom aendel. ,;. John W. Biggs. allotment 20. area 900a rorith of. nmbck. 300 acres, northern por iin;. joining allotmet,t. 19 recommended. 7. lhoh Mitchell, allotment20, area 900a, parish of Jumbuk.. t6OQ acirs, earthern por tie rneeramented . S. Jnlt Niclmhon. allotment 21. area 910l pari-h of nmbnok. SI3 aertts .commended. t. Georga .' Smith, nl otment 21, area 910. Ipari-h of Jumbuk .i63 acres rncom ]o. Tanmas Burn;..allotment 11...
LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886
,. :C: .LEA S.., D. C: Arcbibi, G, Dare, G. Dawon;. P Grmnnr': J Ode I ,Ilarljy, . .N. Ilcesoiii, \V Muirdocbi 1V Smithi, T, 2 libaoji, al~nter 2lnrsttn, 'L. Mnarstu,, ll'. Moore,A.P MDoednald, 'Rig U, N. 1' .Sinrns, J, Shiclls (),t. ''ii enth(2),( 1.' Widdownodo: P. Yhelan (4) G. WVhallev, scar. (2) F. IVili,.J .llowoard T ShnnahonLvc1. d0on ,':The Aaitrahiaus Eleven .plaj their:. ftirl: npatch in Englandon May, 13, 14. and 13 agaLinst Lord Sheffield's tean,
GRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886
* *'"" 'GRANTS. -'1 R: N. Frost. T. CoiJ,,'id J.. Fitzpatrick, R. Feriiso, G. Firirmir (4), I. Gould, Hnidlev, i-. 'l3terde*. and otlhersf Ja., .Mitcllhll, Js'. 'Wrighti'Ja, JM'unad,' A. Naileldmuwsclc (2), Thos. .Xe. hB (4I t Pratt, H. Scarltt t2?' . SIrtttt % It. G I'imb, -. T\hou,,lu;,,l. w Bouriike E.? g. lisllh I. ,ansfield.E,; O!SMear.
THE JUVENILE'S CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886
THE JUVENILE'S CORER. In order to encourage our .oung readers we. purpose 'ivirrg thel, a occasionial coiner of our space, and invite thm a to participate i a COSUNDBUII COMPETITION, Open to aIl School chilren withir the Shire.of Trrarlgon. ,The subjet will be, Tue ScuqooLaaTr.asot'Aa. Of which many of our young friends will be able to speak ieeligT. Cosunross. Each competitor must send Samg Age, Adc'ress, end name ol Scho attended. Mlore than one'conundrumn may la sent by'hij: competitor . Eachll conundrum must be the kbs fide production of the child sendin: All annewer must be addressed at 'l'The Editor," . Record" nliics Traralgon, on or before the lstlay nexti. The succeesfil ones will be pub libhed .n Mly 14th. The firs. prize will be five shillings, or, if desire;l, its value in book,; second prize, 2s lid.
ROSEDALE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886
ROSEDALE. [From our own Correspondent]. Monday. On Eunday evening a celestial visitor. a comet, was to be seen in th western sky, about 15 degrees abo" e the horizon. Its exact position i i the constelation Orion near the bourn: daries of T'nuros and Eridnu . comet hns been visible in the old wo;.i to a telescope fur some time. It it likely to be a very noticeable object before it leaves its. Tihe Easter erorts passed offiquietly The day was fine, and people seemed toQenJoy themselre. As arepot Ih, already anpear-d in your paper, more n'eed not he said here. ' Last W?eaneidy evenin?, 3lrnthir took his departure for Cluones, number of friends were at.lle railuo station to bid him good-bye. l'e evening before he was presented with a purse of aovereigns,-in recognition el his many public serlvies rcndertd dating his long residence here. Ak numereuf our riflemen visitedthe encampment, and as citis?ts soldiers will- be all the better for their exrri ene@. , Threy complhin of the trett. n...
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886
' MULTIUM .IN PARVO. •Beonoll to be lighted with gas. Footbsll season was olped on Situr day. Important ;old discovery at Stawel Thfle Franco-Chinese treaty will som l finished. RIain badly wanted in the North-ut?era districts. Railway ii netoY arrairoingto beprrCd to-morrow.. A abvy with horns is the ltest Aro cani sensitioni. dAnti-Christiian riots have takcnlpt?? Suligdoiig: The population of Victoria on .[L0 31 was1,001 ,750i. .- Greenland's bdato-sheds, Melllo?rne, d0 troyed by fire. tritorir 'won the Intercolonsul lit Race by eight lengths. " E. R. Byrmhell, Balwyn, won theylelfft Sheffield Handicali :' Severe shock of earthquake occurrmd 0 Lithgow last week. siDuring 1885 there were 35 lihve lats the EigliOsh coal iines. Rifle clubs have lken established ~l Jnamieson and Wood's Point The total value of the trade of bda exceeds £50,000,000 annually. The price of diamonds has fallen in 'Loiodon from £3 to 15s per carat. Appeal case, Ah Moy v. Iliort, 5cl?d for Ah Moy with 20 gu...
RESULTS OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886
RESULTS OF ADVER TISING. DEFOREI AFTERI The first time a man looks at an adver tisement he does not see it. The second time he does not notice it. The third time he is conscious. of its existence. The fourth.timo he faintly remembers having seen it before. The fifth time he rea4s it. The sixth time he turns up his nose at it. The seventh time he reads it through and ays, "Oh ! bother." The ei'hth time he 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 ueighlxr if he has tried it. The eleventh time he wonders how the advertiser makes it pay. The twelfth time he thinks perhaps it may be worth something. The thirteenth time he thinks it must 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 hewill buy it some day. The sixteenth time he makes a memo randum of it. The seventeenth time he is tantalised because he cannot aff...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (By wire: From' our own Correspondent. Melbourne; Moilday'.eening. SMr Juiistice Molesifworth is :progressing favorably, and ,will probably be able t6; leave hinbe' i:afewday ... . i taLaca~ idcnt, occurrd in Flinders street to a cabman .named Edward Vail 'ppositethe Gippsland platformi, :at nim0 'oclock this morning. He .was; standing beside his cabihiien a bose aittached ton a lorrygboltedfrom Degravo's Bond, and col lidinigwith the cab, passed ordeceased. The tnaway bhoueht down a Ijamp post 'atth''corner of Flinder's Court, ad fell. Vnil was taken to the hbIoital, but died lefore li got there. The case against the old we ?an Saldh Allen,-who ws chlaiged withi mialpratice: ootheo tdol girls` 1Liaino ?H1Curmack aiid Agnie Owen. wias: commenel at the ELaendon Court to-e,. ;' Great interest i mianiested in' the cas. ;Tlie iitriments used havne'been found, and also some small 'b6iie supposed to be those of infants,: hose lI?eni'?und buried 'in lime in 'the Tender...
TOWN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886
TOWN DIREOTORY. TaalRAtooy-Ninety-seven miles from Melbourne, on the main Gippsland line, at the junction of the Heyfield line. Shire CounciL--President.. J. Peterkin Esq., Cauncillos, Messrs G'. lrltun 1) Campbell. H. Breed, Blldycomh, KellhBer, Forsyth, Mill, and Varney: Shire Secretary and Engineer, Mr Jame. Campbell: Rate Colle:Ior, Works Inspector, &e., F. 3PKin. nell; Treo..rer.J.H. Heed, mnoager of B.nk of Austmlaesi: Health t tfia e.Dr Montgomery Inspect,,r of Nu sance, Constab'e Dh.nohue; the Council alo oat as a local hloard ol Health. and meet for buaineos on theseeond Wedtneaday in the month at II m. Lew.-Polite'Magistlate, A. W. Hewitt, E.q , who hohl- courts on the fourth Thues day in every month. the Justiean of the ]'eace presiding on the second Thursday, at 10a.m. ; Clerk of Court. and also Ellectoral 'Begistrar, A?r Charles Du Ve ; Justices ut the Prace, Messrs J. Peterkin, Dr M.orison If. Young, W. Whittake s, I. Mackay. and J. Svkee. Solicitors.-ll. B. Sc...
COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886
COMMERCIAL. = TRARAILGON MARKETS. Messrs. Marriage, Orr :. Co.: eport At Trafalgar, Saturday, 1st inust., we held usual monthly sale, the attendance was small, and cattle yarded not up to usual. We sold a few lots of young stock at satis factory prices., At Traralgon on Monday 3rd inst, attendance good, cntries numer ous, market somewhat about recent rates in various sorts with a want of firirness, fat stock, however, sold well, and all lots but one sold; prices-fat bullocks, .£5 to £8 and £X2 dli;dflit cows, £5 I?s sd' to £i6Ss d.;,fist heifer' to £3.;.stord bul locks £3 Its to £5 ; steers and heifers £9 10s to £3 os ; cows and calres £5 to £1 1s Gd ; two teams of workers £6 7s Gd :and £8 66?f'6?i: ?lrker I?.l-~ Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. report: Large supply forward; prices showed an upward tendency. Our sales were-Fat bullocks to £9 106; cows, £5, £4 s3, £5 is 6:1, £5 10s, to £4 12s Sid; heifcrs, £3 15I; atop bulloc;, £5, £5 2s Gd, £5-7s; eows, £3 is £3 tlos, £3 1.is, a nice draft ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886
j OR S U-F arni; Sawmill PLANT, J2l(rI8Oi;. Ynchilaner nnd MIieehnica1 llmincse q Avlcrtieal in " Waohincrv Itc'is. ter '.o cbafgcs made unlekss les, &c;are effeted. J. It AIRD, s Agft Trirnlgon~ oR SALE, Cheip, a Four;eo~dmi Cottage' an nd goodl Fruit Garden'. Creekfronta e in'ft ctgy-strcct, Tnralgom Enquire of 311( Jy .ý:\NýIL\G, Ifujcherl . ý; S..........Wanted. . . ....ANTED. ajboy se?cd to. . i .awork wag"s tts a seek : t'i - t " VIW. T IETTESON. j ANTED-- A Smart .Lul...to, drivo ' t :' "Ilullck. Alipply' lilshva llutel, W. ANTET?Dinpprcuticce to tlheibilak s;. mithiug, apply-,. J. RtUSSEIL, Tmlrarmw. SFor sae orio Let. FOOR S.LE.--'aving Bliocks'4xSa' utp to 10x z x3. i. lit ftlourinig for siables yards, shels, etc. J. EITERKIN & CO. TO.,LET-13I anre Farm.; Apply to S . IIAIRD, Trralgin. FOR SALE, CHEAP.-One three-hlorsa rarth scoop. nlmost new. Auply, ;I 'EST RItOS., T'rnralgon FOR SB..E.--lIre. Grnss,.. Cokesfiet, Prairie. Irod and White Clover [guaran teed...
"WHERE IGNORANCE IS BLISS." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886
"WHERE IGNORANCE- IS ' .. BLISS." "I,Mr Gladstone ?': ,sa~ a villager to me, b4;tween tha pauses of grinding a knife o0 a stone, that looked as old as it reallyv was-"oh lie be the feller that proIniied a'ow.iaid a field fir our rot-s ; No, I nerierliard on him afore, aind don't erp?c to gin, anymore thin any clihno Jeiksi cdomes here row and again and. sells us soft tools as bends or breuai on first trial.". ;: ve you erelseen the Queen . "Not .", Don't ynu want to0 " Notes 1O l s on "" The Prince?'" SI sien himn." :- Oh, indeed!",:' " Yes, whel I was b?eating Lord Altamnnt's- covers; at,'.; pheasant ehnotin'." ,'W We I, wVhia,didlnou think of him ?" i"Shouldn't',. a' knoi he' w,.re a Prince. ,I- thoot Squire Jones could shootihis head off."! l' ou thought lie was a better shot, ' Should think Idid." Ee-r been -to London?" i *iraTlt to go ??' "Not ies I knows on." Y-iui are a good shot I' "I.reckon sa.' , t'Wouldln't mind back!ng yourself against the Prince?" I !?'. woull?beno good...
SPORTS AT YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886
SPORTS"'AT .YARRAGON. 1e awere compqlled to hold oye a report 61 theso sports from our last issue. A Ialre linumber of entries were received for each event, but thd management, owing, probably,-to the 'officials ;beinge. low Ito their duties; was riot very good. The foL lowing are the results:- , ' MADEN PISATE. Brennan... ... ... 1 Lanmam ... ... ... Gunn ... r.. ... 3 Kinna, 12yards. ... 1 . Brennan, 11 yards ... 2 . Williams, 10.yards ... ,0. :0yanks. " Kina,'18'yards .. 1 Willainse anlrds B3rennahi, 14 ards ... 3 *4r = .00 yards. Brenfinan'18ards .. I Williams, 28.yards ... "2 Kinna, 10 points, 1 ; Brenlian, 9 points, 2; Williams, 5 points, 3. . . uLHun .ACE." Lannam, 0 yards' .. 1 Curran, 15 yardn 0 Conley, 18 yards . w 3 " : IO, I TEP AND JUMPi nui.sli . . .... l ? -..7 ... 2 tayol .. " .. . 3 , - E ' w - ,MEMBER'S ILCr..?.+ý JJ-. Dallas: ...,, . ... 1 Collins.. . ltose 1; . 3; tILE RACFE - M.'Dowall," 8 )ards 1 Siddell.. 3