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RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE, TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886

RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE, "; d'" TRARALGON- 1 Tn~1uLoio' .M :ltout, )oe I reol ibrorr, II. Hnampton, B. Cummin, If. A. Daley, H Ihrkin, S Hulnmbrook, J. l'eterkin and p l. La, turd,, J. Iles. 'ToouAcnn,,,.- Mechanics Institute, J. Rcrminghnu; .B. Rssell, It. WY .udckiuc, J, -H. Buckler, I'. 11Gauran, .1i' arc JIOSRDALE.-J. Gilluenun... W." Ii. Spencer, T. S.elS;8. Baker. 11onwuLL.-.W. Champ, J :Hanthurpu, G. IlishilJJ 'Ciambierlai; J. . ohamnberlain, A. Chamberlain, juor~' J. Fitnliatnick; J. (ilkoeehr, J: llopidus, F.t urth II 0. OuGor. man.

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886

TRARALGON DISPENSARY PAUL KLEESATTEL, Chemist, Druggist, and Dentist . ' ", - ("" ' B -exa "in ation '). ? '` .. .,-:J:....ti.-'? ' ¢ * '? -' , .'? .... Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Victoria. Physicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes most carefully dispensed The exact copy of every, Prescription is registered for future reference. Mecdicines forwarded promptly to all townships of the district, oni applicatios 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 brush guranteed Piesse and Lubin's, Gosnell's, Rimmel's, etc., Perfumery. Lavender Water, several brands, is, 2s, and 3s per bottle. Eighly 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 tull weight,...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886

Wrj.-T IAIInLFT. On M edlnces April; ^- i&1i at :uiat,-b}.the Ilcr. (I. M 0 urray, Waltcr WcstM e$ o TmfIral'olI to SIanW 11ni I3*`rcLttof 4raiit. NIcoLqoN -On the 27th April. at Teon. ` alibi. Arelhildný,'scend sion of the 11ev. j1x'o eher \ icolimn. of llnrer Scotland, of .hene *lironjrhiti

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886

Noioet . CHEAP PRINTING! W E have imported from Mfesrs Cooke & Co,FlindersLane, and R. F. 3litchison Queen.street, a complete ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND MACHINERY, Including a very fast going is ARA+B" TREADLE, Which now cnablcs us to execute on short notice ANY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING AND ROOK RINDING. LITIIOGRAPHIC WORK &c. At strictly M#elbourne Prices! • ----o::o We ask the people of Trarlgon and * neighblrhood to give us a trial. "THE RECORD" s18 NOW Published every TUESDAY'AND FRIDAY 3d. REDUCED TO 3 d. on PER QUARTER (in advance) ... 6s. (if booked) .. 6s. ,, in advance. if posted) flc S . (if booked) ... ... 7s. Orders for delivery left at the office will be attended to. F. S. RE4LE .) CO., Propristors. p,3 TE GRlA'TEST WONDER or MIODER TIU?SI oae experiaenehuc pcv thed n mous ramedies toba moat ahectnt in cuing aihh the dangerou mandi ac tkhe ,hlte comlitu which net mrae paiticeddy in cidrttl to the ife fa mi s ntohw being in the Ocaioan nal a d r o there P1'f wi...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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PLACES OF BUSINESS. As advertised in our columns. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886

PLACES OF BUSINESS. As advertised in our columns. ( hemlst and D)entist,-P. Kle. sttel. Auctioneeres -Mdarriage, Orr, & t:. and A. MIl.ean & Co., Trmalpon ; and 1.ualish, Littl., & Lo.; R. UGuthrtdge and ('o.; C. M'Intush, and T. W. Sutrliffe and Co., o. Sale, huo visit at stated perio..s. Gentral storekeeper.-G. B. Scott, J. .andl, J. Peterkin and Co., and John S. Milligan. Commision Agent.-C. R. Wilkes and Co A. Whitney, agent for Oldrield and Moore. Tailor--H. Launlan. Furniture warehlne-B. Wallis. Bake.s.-A. L. Galbralth, and Mr Henly Milliner, Draper, etc.--is Horne. Stationerand Newspaper Aent.--I. E Henden and J. Pe'ellkil. Saddlers-F. Smith, T. A. Byers, lutcher.-J. Ma.ning Hotels-R. .ill's Club Hotel, T. )3it. chell' Traralgon Hotel, C. 'Nvillre' Ganlld Junction Family hotel, P. Kelly's Coon. n:erclnl Hotel, 1. Kaye's Star Hotel, and N. Counrlly' Rloyal uxt bange h ol 1, at each of which visitors are invariably well satilfied with the ticarlnent they...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886

GIPPSLA'D STOCK REPORTS.? . Sale, Saturday, May 1. e " issrs.Little and Ikithwick- report:-Fat Cattle I larket'vcry 'Brisk this week: 'Cows, inferior to od, L£5i s to £; 1s ; Iheifcrs, £5 to £L lds; bullocks; ligllt eights to'good, £7 to £0 s 6id; venters, £1; ls to £1 13s; privately 41 godl conws at satisfactory price. •tore Cattle-Market was much brisker this week, especially for gool bul:ocks and cows. At Maffra a very large supply forward, anld prices fully 10s higher than last sales. Good bullocks sold £3 15s to £6.15s ; inferior and middling sorts, £4 10s to £5 5s; cows, £3 5s to £1 lo?, latter in good condition; 3-yrs steers, £3 los to £4 18s'; 2) to 3 yrs heifers, £2 12s to £3 2s; 18-months steers and heifers £1 15s to £2 5s; calves, £1 3s to £1 Ss; springers, £6. At Sale a good many yardted and all sold. 3-yrs steers, £3 14s to £5; bullocks, small, £5 6s ; 2-yrs steers, £2 15s to £3 14s; store cows, £3 1isto £3 18s; 2-yrs heifers, £2 IOs; milkers'iith calves at foot, £6 10i...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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THE BIRD-CAGE TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886

RI bert.ieller thl fsanoýi mag?C :t who dted a few re rs etg5 Lnts di tox hibi witli delight. one trick of whilrl: lie' wra ery'prnotii Heitsould.stepdto. thle front platform, Vliidi'd o i ? armin'lenWth aemni ill bircl"eI; n whl'c ho~ipeid nd chirlcd'a hv?e s,arnrow. Extending the rue e above hi. head s.n0l gaaleCing it'wirith? tiottih;li, l e 10otild1 mi : Ladies and getlemncIyo'fly el t"lhsceiigei.i tI 'tC a iYal cR 'i'i it.. Yon see the bird. It isi real live bird, i s'?I it "1oj o ate itie olefr.o 'soe b moment.l s1op my fingers the C.Ag" He would theln Iap his; finere and both '!riCae aild bird wonld disappear, I?1 vi net soi mniCiticas feather behind. Cavert, a Frerch 'wenidei worker, ha'i i?ý?,iieari3 of t!Ibr-c;age iripk, deter-. mined to disCliv:r'its secrer. He came to'tlhe perfrmalnce one evening with a. pdwerful opPria glas .Juest as Heller stepped'nIpin tlIbe 'plattorni with the eage ii his hands, Calvert balled, rut: "Pult tle Cgo don onll the table or hold it by one ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886

-EUROPEAN=TELEGRAMS:" (Froni Melbohrod paoers) His R.ioyl _hihness the TA ricA of Wslee, the Executive President'of the Rlibroa "itonniision foirtlie"Colonial and IndiannExhioitiol; paid an official cisit'of'inspectiona to' the: Exhibition to-day., The following edonmisaioners f,r.the Australian colonies,, together with thue secretaries; alt nlded to. .elcome' the Prince, ant' were presented to His Rbovl lichl?ns.-- - 'eew ' nh VWales -Sir Alexander Stmirt, K.l f.G.; executive comnmis son .r; \Mr Edwar1d Cio aG, |.M. ;i. lMr Ge. Ruseill, Mr R. ii 1. Whit , . Vretria - Mr Joseph t Buisto, 3.L'A. :,tpro- ient of the Royal Conm m s.iost in Mle'b ulrae.; .e Mr.Henry Burros?, Mr David \M:tchell. t South Australia-Sir Arthur Blyth, K C..G.,, agent-g nerai and eielifti\e comnmissioner; M1P R. C. Baker Mi.L.C. ; Mr Thomas Kine, Sir Samuel Dsei?eiporr? £ 2` n 1tf i , Queensland-Mr J. F. Girrirlt, C M3.G., agent general, and ex,?-ftisri oenmntisioner ; Sit.lamten Coklde, Mrs, WVillitn Hetaiti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886

Auctions. MARRIAGE, ORR, & &Co., AUCTIONEERS, $ OCK AD L AN\D AGENTS, 11-0,) SALES 0' LIVE STACK * is their yards at JI)0XGc;AIBIE' AgrP,, TEIAFAoI.OAD I 3MovrNxt \,;ltUAO.;E P er our 311110 J Isdciein~ents. CLEA1I'iI OCT and iother SALES !p oGEurS FOR XatittuloifNewZ',IataI h.FIo'Jueuoe Co lae~ttid 3l hobo! Fire widt l i fe IztsotrsneCo. Noew l'or'ei .ife Inonman. Coi,. .e-.iland S3l reaiitile Agency Co. LOANS. nc ,intdnied. arnd 'l. L PO\s' HIE\D OFFICE-TIJf L LALG' N. 0 '~tWELL, MO\Pý'h \M1 '10, MII I'! WI. 11ORR ind CO. nill sell l for artousi owner-', ..100 head cittle, horse. Pr-, ind slundries. TOO\GABBIE I I)\LSDA'Y MA1Y 5. WrTARIRIIA(E. 111.11 CO.. wil! sIll it 1. their yard.. oin nhrte clale s Fat Ballocb. and Con, 4i i.vrnmld Bullock; tO head Mixed Cattie Quntzity ofotato. PRELIM INARY NOTICE. EXTENSIVE LAND) AND CLE1411G S ALE.' LOY YANG, W ED \IAY 26. \f1ARRIAGE. 01:1, k CO. are farorel iil; n.Ieoetiiiiu frini Wim. Pent. ', ood. }:CI to sell at Iso resid...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1886. THE AIR TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886

S-. "U1IERA.TEý4{ur.PaeI5ORS:?IVE.- ý,? J, (Published every Tlics.lay & Friday morning.) .j'tihlDAT iA', 148 . . .. IE n Ili TE ILE dRAPH. . WHENN 0Lootp LY oT'.,wrote is cleveriP little war?'-"ThCiCetingihiee":- he prio. hlaly conceHied tlhe idta tlictt"elctricity. would lie olue f .'t?ie most lprumiiielit atteiidants if theihuman race iii its nloit highly civi]ized coldition., In this work LOe LTrrGN hit pleihcted ai grand future for aulhsqueut iuhabitai o of thil go?e whie? war shall bei'io morin ti?een' the ci'ilized naibiis, .when methods aof transit hallt is Arpid.as ahlight withouit being:' diingerotis, :? when inanimati pieces of iron and woiii may bho iado to perforim the" o offic oftho imaid ofall work" at the will o(,their proprietor .Thi thre changes just quoted mauy ll ie pos-m iillis within the next eentur}, ;if dia coyeaic'bci timie to be made atftie same rote ags thojbey been in this. It would of cgurse, rcequ nsq aaginatios oS mo4g than vnerage power to foll...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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SECONDHAND DINNERS—A NEW TERROR. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886

SECONDHAND DINNERS A NEW TERROR. Thoeimnmense business of th bifb hotete, and thbr amonut of refuse turned out of ithem, have been the cause oltthd instil:ition vi a now frde in New York. It is thia?i'of "brokenufood collectori" It may Lot be genenrlylkvloux, ijor may it be appetising to.pereons ?lol liveat Fome of tlhe very cheap rea. turints about town, that parCt Of ibhe provender served h.as alreadj made its appleanrne ,in 'fr more ddelectable qunartels. But siuch is the case. Unops aiid.uther edibles whichlhsve occupied the phlts of dinners in highb toned hotels, hlie only bten, ilibbled' are corned outi't?n n the refuse :ot the kitchenand bought.upib bigdeul:es who ronsiderall ola1 availablietorosbqie purpose and lih n make proft sof man? thiusiades ofL dorlars at the basin- es; anll, first'of all, t4e findi a mirkit olmo ig the "oroken food uollect re' Still lrhaiely st aks; audl cut. ,'un. haraesedchiops, and jlints talt' ret itr tlfhir flore and juices, urJ gathered by the ...

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THE MOE COAL-MINING COMPANY LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886

THE MOE COAI.-MINING - COMPANY LIMITED.' : SThe 'h;lf-ydarly ui.etite ofsharo hbolders in thilee M 'onal-miing- Coa pany Limited, IGippelaed, ?'as held on 'h'ursday .at the conpany's.office, 90 t'ollin.-str et west. Dr. Georg Moore, enairitlan of director, ocuiied the chlair. .t Th ,d: rc'ors'rei?ort contained th. following .:tittrment : "Durling the hall yearaconsiderab'e amoiunt lt work of 'a most important characti r; hoat heenr. carried 'iut. As mentioned in list year's relor, the time has arrived when, in accord ?nce witthe enentmade with the girenieitt made with the owners of the land, thi labonr condli* t;ons had to be carried oilt, and it, br Ce .-m necessary to. eplloy, lore men' 'tle boring rode were put to work ill IMr LithiSow'e gr uid. lying to the west of Mr'Stephenson's. allotment in which the origittl tunnel was t:ut in, but as the hills were herd'?:petty high, it was' ilinlnt to reach the t?il with the rods whiili- the ednpanty were using.: At 50 ftet t:nter awere t...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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CONUNDRUM COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 May 1886

CONUN.DRUM MJLI'ETITION. We' have ieceived from juvenile oa. petitors the following conundrums th the schoolmaster's cane. The namnes of tEe succesfll competitors will be publisholoC the 14th instant. No. L.. Why is the schoolmaster's eat like a bee -jBecause they bothlenavetic sting tee hilid. - . 2. Whit is the dit'rence between the schoolmaster's cane and the tlitor iof newspaper? One hands the pIrintmadthe oticer prints the hand. 3. .Why is the schoolmasters canelike a hat ? Because it is oftei felt 4. Why is the schoolhuasteris canelhe the extractors of the date milk 1 Ikean they both tap tthe 1ndnm. 5. What is the difference between tie schoolmaster's cane and a swindling nt kery-noiger ? One wears the laln, atd the other inhns the ware. 6i. Why is the schoolmaster's canelh a glass nanulfactory ? Beause theyl:th produce i'ains (panes). ' 7.' Wha is the difference lbetween th schoolmaster's caine and a plane? O?r deals the cuts acid the other cuts thedest 8. What is the differe...

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TRARALGON POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

fi'i.Xi Al ; 'O\ I'Osr 0 FF101' W' '''AiSTh..IA:l~~TC11ED 'Irrpaun'r *tIlll ii lunte31 nflres, - 40 o~r .w~O .anIl6~ p, ii.· PALr. vnlu all initrtrwdlitu .tbicis daily, 1.15 ~nn i. tid 7 n+1 pl n.!n _TIII ant tut do tnacL"0.~n * a fpt. rlu tt 'tau y I t it 1i ini F'a i 'I,. i. t17Ttti T dintu $atim1 11 nn.ar .I'fitwWPA RN' . J

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RESULTS OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

iESULTS OP :AD 7Ei: TISI G. UEFOl E AFTERI The first time a man looks at en advero tioimeinthe doPs not seC it. The'second timne e does Ino notice it. SThe .third time lie is conscious of its existence .. . The fourth time he faintly.romenu irs having seen it before. SThe fifth time he reads it. The sixth time he turns up his ucne ht The seventh time he reads it through iand say, " Oh'! Ibthr." - The eighth time lie says, " Herc's that confounddc tiing again. : .-The ninth time lie wonders if it amrountis to .heything. '. ' : Tie tnth time he thinks he will ask his neighlib r if he lie s tried it. The eleventh time le wonders how the advertiser makes it'l ay. -" :' The twelfth time he thinks perhaps it /may lie worth something. i ' lie thirteenth time the thiks it! mrst be a good thing, . . . ' The fiirteenth tiin e re ni?miTrs that 'he has watCed sui:h 'l hi'fiing f a 1g time. . The ffteenth tinie lie lthiiik lie will buy jt some day. . . The sixteenth tim lie ime kes a menmo randu...

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THE LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

THE LOCAL LaND BOARD. The Local Laidn Board held its sitting at the Court-house, Traralgon, on Monday and Tuesday. A very lar"e number of appihcants and their friende.werein the vicinityof the Court house,'during the two'days, and mltany 'eof the applicants had come from New Zealand ufid South Auotraliaaia dell as front the noithern and western dis tricts. of this colony' Messrs J. A. 'Levey and *T. A. Duncan composed the board, and they conducted the pro ceedings in a .highlys. satisfactory imanner. Everything went off withlout a bitch until the, last cese on Tuesday was herd. Itn 'this case Mr R. H. Johnson applied for permlission to straighten the Latrobe river,by cutting n channel adjacent to his holdings in the parish of Maryvale. The applica tion was opposed by Messrn Blamo.rd and litrham, and at aomewhat spiteful and a erimonious dispute was arising, but through the tact of Mr Levey the discussion was stopped before any dis turbance tookn plaice The following are the various ...

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ODE BY THE POET LAUREATE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

ODE BY THE POET LAUREATE. The following is the ode on the opening of the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, written by Lord Tennyson, Poet Laureate. Welcome, welcome, with one voice ! In your welfare we rejoice, Son, aj;l brothers that have sent From isle and cape and continent Produce of your field and flood, Mount and mine, and primal wood, 'Works of ubtle brain and hand, Splendours of the morning land, Gifts from.overy British zone. Britois, hold your own i May we.find.as ages run The mother featured in the son, And masy yours for ever be That old strength and constancy Which hams' ade your fathers great In our ancient Island State And where'er her.flag may fly, t)li'ylig between seoLand sky, Make the might of Britain known. Britons, hold your ownu Britain fought her sons'of yore, Britain failed, and never more Careless of our growing kin Shall we sin our father's sil, ? Men that il a narrower dity- Unprophetic rulers they- Drove from out the mothers' nest That young eagle of the we...

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BISHOP MOORHOUSE. London, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

BISHOP M 'ORHOUSE. Londnn. MI!, 3. Tip nppvi 'nmnt of Dr Mnnomiine na Bishop' ofManchwAt.~r ha, been formai ty oiilirmed. The erremohiy of enmhrnnn,'him' vil be peitforwed on the 13th inst.

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COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

COMMERCIAL, --- TRARAT.GON MARKETS, Marriage, Orr' Co. rdport at T--, Friday 30th.-Weo old fr o tS.Tgi Esq., his town property, leing hs smituh and uhildings in A.rgylo-stro, mith a13ft frontage at £4 s per foot i al i T. M'Naman, Rs.., the next block tothe abovo with dwelling thereon, Iifth, at 8s per foot; also a black in llUtlunat £ unbuilt ol, 6(ift frontage at £i 1 6 sI Theoattendanc;aws vewragood, and s ,rygýd and bizdin quick. On the Ist inst. we sold lriratelya nice lot of springers and beifers at £,1 , 10s, £5 15s, to £6 bL At Toongabbie usual monthly al ?ednesday 5th inst.-Attendance 'asml fair nutlrr of cattle forward, all of weil were sold, steers and hefers is D10, £3 ,s, £3 1Os; cows.? o to s 2s (id ; a quantity of puds at from a, a to 5is per bag. Next sales, Mors'ell, Monday th int usual fortnightly market. A. Whitney reports having sold Sr C Pim's Ellisdale estatc, containing alout la acres, at £8 pr nere.

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FREEMASONRY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

FREEMASONRY. AItthe Argyleniodg,, 'Trraalgon,' on .Fn_?" "evening, fdur. new 'memlbers; Dr J. Pl ontgomerv, F. S. Nenle, H. B. Serjeanlt and C. )i1 e-were initiated. This lodge is growing very rapidly, and its finncial position' is steadily improving.

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