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MR GLADSTONE'S MANIFESTO. (REUTER'S TELEGRAM.) London. May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

MR GLADSTONE'S MANIFESTO. [REouPTR's TKi.EOR4O.] London. May 3. hMr Gladstone had issued a mian fsoa to his consti'uents in Milllidthian, in which he states that he has reeoved expressions ofsvmpathy with h'e pr.ipio tals with regard to Ireland from the. United Stats and from the colonies the manifesto criticise4 the discordant views ,eldh by the: seceders from. the Liberal paitt, and urges Ihat ?nnces sions shonul b rannited to the dentfands of the Irish p.ople while Engelnd:is free and stron., instead of Entlalnd ,i-'ding hereafter uoder the lnfluence of terror. It further declares that it is urtPnt ly necetsary that the House of Corm mos sasall do ide whe'her Irhland shall manate h..r .wn affairs, and expresles thi belief that it is peosibte to arrange the matters of detail in conl neeti.,n with such a scheme as Mr Glad.tono lhas proposed.

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. THE COLONICAL AND INDIAN EXHIBITION. THE OPENING CEREMONY. London, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. * 0 '(From Melbourne pavers) THE COLONIAL AND INDIAN EXHIBITION. TIlE OPENING CEREMONY. Londdin,;lMit 4. The Colonial and Indian Eilaibltion was formally opened at the Exhibition Buildiang, South 'Ke:siogtou to-dal). Tile npeaine ceremony was perfiormned by her Majesty the Queen, and the proceedings passed off with unsurpas sable 'edlat." The ceremony was performed in the presence of several thousands of spc tators, and the spectaele was one ol the most brilliant character. The royal party included, in addition toi l'M6Idjaty othe ,Queen, her o.j?al Ilighnes tlhe Princess Rayal, wife of his ;Imperial Highness the I rown Prince of Gernianv; their I R.val HIighnuesse the Prince and Princess Christian, their Royal Highnesses the. Duke and Dutchtss of OCanaught, the Prince antd Princess of B.sttlaerg. the Duke of Cambridge, the Duke anti Ducheset of Meeklenberg-Strelitz anld the Duke and Dutclhe of 'Terk. TI. only absesntee number of the r.ovl famnily was H.R.H. the ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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PETTY SESSIONS COURTS. MAY, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

PETTY SESSIONS COURTi. MAY, 1886. TIeyfield, Satnrday. Sth. 11 n.m. Sum mosses issued preceding Monday (3nl) T'randgon,' Wednesday 12th and 26th, at 10 .mn. Summonses issued preceding Fri days Mne. Saturnay 15th, 10 a.m., Summonses issued Monday 10th. Morwell, Tluesday 19th, 10 a.m. Sum. mouses issued Friday 14th.

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SEA SERPENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

SEA SERPENTS. -o In ha very readable sketch of Sea Serpepts, Original a d Selected, in "Corohill," the writer says:-l'The moodern serpent is the heir-general of tli'e ancient dragon, deceaced. When tht' dragon' was gathered to his fathers he lef'i~iost of his surviving properties and effects by will to his sepresen tative; the serpent, as residuary legatee. Or, to put the" matter. somewhat sore correctly, the dragon is not yet wholly extinct; he has gradually developed into.the serpent by slow and imper ceptible cliangee. Many old draconian peculiarities cling about him. even now, in his serpentile guise. Tho very namle itself lias a mythical ring alout it; for when a nat n says 'inake' you know he means the kind of reptile dealt in by Dr Gumnher and Sir Joseht Fayrer--the ophidians of fact and science; but whenihe says 'serpent' y.ou know he means the mysterions dra?on-like. beast who has, entered Irgely into all myth from the begin t inc of all things. Now, thei serpent, as evri'y...

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SCIENCE WITH LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

SCIENCE WITH IABORi:. There never was a gieater mistake emnbodid in a single setiteie,' tiihn'in the one stating tlh?t the faitier.tieeded iot:.ing. but pract ce to mnake hii succesj compplee and certain. We are rapidly coming to t:Ve fct,: that there is actually more need of higher order of talent to carry on farming, as it should, be doie, than in the menageincut of any other business requiring an equal amount of capital. Special skill in farm utaciageutent is now more closely allied to piyieg results than at any f.irmir perioi. The true source of wealth is the soil, anid while deeper anod more thorough culture is needed to properly cultivate and; perpetuate its ferti ity, ther- is equal need of tile eu to oftlithe inental faculties of a 1 who are ingaged in what mist ever be the leitdng: occupationu of mankind. Tue brain nust dilo its' share of the worll'as work. ,hTo. Iro.' perly direct,, it. tnmuit:be thoroughly disaop iied. The leaditigi farmer of to-day is thie man who'racorn...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

LATEST,, INTELLIGENCE. (Ily wire: From our own Correspondent.) Melbourne, Thursday evening. In coeseq ience of uelv rumors con cerning thi intendedd altion of the unelmployed in Sydney, it was thought oecesslery to take preca:uriols to iuad asaiilst an outbreak' A strong body of pllicee was present at a tle .ting of the unemlployed, but the affair, ieaied in sroni .a.guaga only. The guards at Government .louns wers dolh'ed, sand a body of i!i:ia wacl held in readiuess. The trial of Sarah .Allen for mal prateice at Essendon was resuntmd." The p lice and medical wituetves were .xatmined. T'le aecused was commit red for trial. Hlerrntty, a life prisoner who at tempted to escape from Pentr dge on the 2Snd of April, hIe been ordered to wear irons for six months, with three weeks coliture conlinemett. The Presbyterian A'armbly has de cided to frnit a temp rance society in connection wit* the church, and all mini?istrs and office bearers are recom wended t, become total ahstainers. Judge N...

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A NOVEL IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

A NOVEL IN BRIEF. The "European Mail" is responsible for the luhowiug touches of romtanco : -"Three )ears ago a young, good. looking o?tlilr, tell connected, with c.ose ulo'" £11,000 a year; fall in lute aitll a beautiful and accom pli.hed girl of giod. family but in narrow circulltauet.. She .rellpro. cuaed his affection, but, with a pride that is oft n ,most tellacious in the poorest "u.ilib, gently but firmly reluced hiso off r. Sihe pursued her study "f sisugitg--a punsioen whichl, up to this tiun, witt her had :o rivalt-whle the young soldier sadly eibarked iti thJ Malabir to jin hisi regiment in India. Just a mouth ago a bronzed and bearded luau.returnool front India, and.prelerrt.d travelling ovellaud tnriiughl Europe to going b the usunl sua route. He strollud on,. night into the chief opera'house at Dresden, and recognising in the lending soprano the only woman lie had ever loved,; he passionately re newed his esuit. Now, in t. a zenithl of her. lame, the pritua donna would...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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CORRESPONDENCE. EARLY CLOSING. (To the Editor of the [?] [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

CORRESPONDENCE. EARLY CLOSING. ITo tA. Sdior of th. Traralga BIcord.J Smi,-About a month ago as agree. tron: was entered intro by our leading tradespeople to close their. rarious places of business at six o'clock in the evening, during the week days. instead of at seven is twas their fo:mer custom, thus allowing'their etnilo}es one hour titor- to recruit themselves fromo their days labor.'. The alr.ng.ment seettied to work very successfully, causing no inconvenience to ally one; not even to those who occassi inaly coime in hv tlie evening trains. It wlts at first anticipated it might perhapls cause a little inconvenience in this respect. hut thnoIe who do happen to comae have found that they t to canget the r wants supplied, without' any .diliculty-ere six o'clock arrives-thus doing away with anytidea whatever, but that the great boon eranted, worked quite as well as the old arrangey ent did. But duirig tlhe early portion of this week, it was noticed that one of the plutcs of tusine...

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THE BURGLAR AND THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

THE BURGLAR AND THE EDITOR. A burglar climbeodinto theEditor's room; S Needv and poor was he ; And he saw in the'dim, uncertain gloom, With le ks aslong as the stems of a broom, A pair of trousers. I'll just freeze on to 'em," lie chuckled, with fiendish glee. lie lilted them up from. the back of the Scthair; Lightly they hung on his arm; Thev were the Editor's only pair Thiinner than gossanmer everywhere; Oh, but the knees were worn and bare; Good clothes-when the weather is warm. All over the room he searched in vain ; There was no more to find; There tar no sign'of sordid gain, -No passing drops from a golden rain, only the wealth of a sleeper's brain, The peace of the Editor's mind. lie turned his hack on that .happy home, Thoughtfilly- lifting those letnts: Oat of the window he cautiously clomb; lie emptied the pockets-a broken comb, A stub of a peacil, a manuscript poem, Answered his searching ghlance. lie started. the tears flushed into his eyes, lie leaned up against the fen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

[SUPPLEMENT TO TIIE "TIRARALGON RECORD.] PRICE LIST OF LEADING LINES IN BY THE WORLD'S BEST MAKERS."." * * This Cancels all former Lists. sr In ordering by Telegraph it is only necessary to give the Telegraph Name. No. DESCuIPTrie of IONSTIri ET. Ct.i. 12 loTrs' IS MONTI' 24 MIOTIS' TELEURAPII Tl.:1S. IEIMS. TE .3MS. N.31E. 1 American Walnut. Tricord, Check Action, 7 Octaves ... 34 guineas 30 guineas 37 guineas 17 g guineas Canry 2 Fancy Walnut, Trichord, Check Action. 7 Octaves, Iron' Frame... .. . . .. .. ... I.i guineas 37 gaineas 3S guineas 30 guineas Jien?t 3 Fancy Walnut, Trichord, Check Action, 7 Octaves... L.. I guineas 38 guineas 39 guineas 40 guineas litacea 4 Fancy Walnut, Trichord. Check Action, 7 Octaves, Iron F e... ...... :3S guin 40 geas 40 guineas .1 guineas 42 guineas L.rk 5 Fancy Walnut, Trichorl, Check Action, 7 Octaves, Irong. Framle, Metal Tuning Plate . 40 guineas 42 guineas 47 guineas 44 guineas Bg:le 5. Fancy Walnut, Triclhord, Check Action, iron Frame .. 40...

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DUKE OF SUSSEX LODGE, NO. 1,080, E. C. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

DUKE OF SUSSEX LODGE, NO. 1,080, E. C. The installation festival in con nerion with this lodge took place on Wednesday evening last, in the Freemasons' Hall, Collins Street. There was a large attendance of mem bersaled visitors from other lodges- Bro Phillip Cohen, W. M., D. G. S. D. presided, and after the initiation of two candidates he proceeded.to the installation of his successor, Bro. G. W.Smith, assisted by Bros Dr. Wil mot P.M.75, D. . W . W. and J. A. Cantor, P. M 474 P. D. G. J. W. and M. Saunders, P, B. 1,OSO, D. G. A. D] C. The following otficers: wer Invested for the': currentt vear:-Bros. F. \V. Borwick, S. W.; WV: B+ckwith, J. N.; R. Bowen, ireasurer; S. Crew P. 3. secretary; HI A. Barnes, M. D. O: Ft'Forster J. D. Ci G. Roslier, 1. , ; Bishop and Pope stewards: A. J. Clrk, P., M.. tyler Before the lodge wasuclosed Bro. W. H. Parkyn, 1'*-I..,'on behalf of the members, presented the retiring master, Bro. P. Cohen, with a valuable Piat Master's jewel as a: recognition o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

CHEAP PRINTN' J VI hireimpored fom Meo s Coke *Qace-a~treet, a complete AS3ORDTMNT OF SEAW . r. rtJ i:. 11A CHI NER1 PY! including a very fast going -Which nose cnablcs us to cacenito 'on snoort itottt ANY DIESCRhIPTION orB PIN.TING n:;n LOOK BINDING. .I.ITIIOGiBAPUIC W"OPK&I.a. faJ 2Vrtaictly 1laelbourao " ricoa' We nk ithe peoplc of Trarnigon and aeigttb.rhoott to give us a trial. "THE RECORD" to tow Pnbiisiuvl everysiW ): TIESD AX AAD FIIDAY e3d. ]IFEDUCLD TO d Cu, PhEP QUARtTER (in ntlonnee)- tso (if lnolka .. il t _ (in advance. if pted)tt)eo (if looeti). . Onlcto fortlictrer left at the otfice sitl be attetoted to. " F.; S. Ct itf"' CO., I'roprrctore. C I" WOSThDER. lI'IO.Ei' PnlTIifSI Ltopoecion'ottt teen-; roatoootob oioo~ tzc ntootamt polet ok mn~ooteos a' Ooooiaositiohoof th ie F's ot o ttinl otsooott-to tctpttt focooo tot~t iootoy caotgloop tadmc stpottTt ottoat diCD. ITZE, IGfl: t)O Oe-rno' T~nstn tndn coo- -. n -e lto Itaitadti ittston. ?arnlpta'cI/; td0adlok On...

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PLACES OF BUSINESS. As advertised in our columns. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

- - LACES OF BUSINESS. ; As aldvertised in ourt nlintl?. I lhrnust and Ilentist.--i. K]lesstte-l Aurtiuneelrs -,Marriage. Orr,& , c.nn:ll A. ,t'ilen & C"., Trniironn ; nml 'I.:libh. L.in1,', - t o.: It. I;uthr'i r ?anl Io n ; . 3 'lnt.,sh, nd T. W. ut,.liIfe and Cd., o. Bnle, Ito visit rt t:teid perio`s. G(.neral st, rektrtper.-A. G. Farnswonr!h J. "antr, J. I' tetkin and Co., a.d Jolhn a .filii:nn. C. m"ieri"n Agrnt.-C. P. 1ilko-Pnd Co SI. 11hitney. 'went for Oldrield and lioore; F'lrntute wrreh, nc-n -. Wa'Fre. ,i;.ke s.--A. I.. (:nlitralttl, at d Mu r lemnt .1!i I wr, Wra-tr, , to..-1l ± Ilorne. Snatitn,'rand .e:isp':i r A:ent.--I. E l'ndie, ard .1. 'Pet.kin. :i" dler--!. Sit i " ,'l . . Pyc'., ltnt inr.--J. Jla- oang lhOte!-lt. itil.'c Cmlh IT.t,' T. i li - 'tol'-. 'rnt' "ott Itot. ('. C Nrvii.'niCint, Jimntinn t nlnit hIt,, I '. N tlh'. 0C., n.rclnl Il" te'. i?,.yr St r Il , i. poal N. whirh vi;inor. re i v ri,.hls eat died with hle tmcn'mnt they 'rcive. antlerv...

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TOWN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

TOW T\ DIPEETO . "n nat.coi- Ninty-'rrt O in mr? 'rom .l lbh-urnenthe mainn 'Giplalndl lit.e ati th- julnction of the Hl-fieldt line. Shire G-oncil.-Prsidhn,, J. Pa:eikin Esq.. C.uncillo., 3Mturt G. tI mn I) COamplcll, II. R dl lldorscmnh, Kellher, "or..tht. I It, end Vtrny.: Shrin 'errrotary ,nd tnginecr, Mr J.Tntie Campbell: Iate - Colleor. lnor TInpetors e. . F. 3I'lin ,l 1: Tre"onrer.J 11. eodt, rnanrger of R" uk bfAustralnsin: Ilealth f Ill. P.Dr Mlontge:nery : Inerct'r ol Nu savnre? Constah!e I),nohlute; ithe Cuncil nl-o nrt ia a I ocal Hoarnd of T]Jlth. and tmc-t for hit ire-s on tlheSecond W}trieda in ihi. month at li a m. Sl,.aw.-rolir e leittate,A. W. ,owitt, T oq whon hold- courts on the fourth Thu.s day in (very month, the Justices of the ]'eoae prenini,,g on the scond Thursday, at 10.m.; tlerk rf Court, andlalso fi, otal regFitrar, Mr'Char!es D fe: ; Jlustices of the Pntce, iMe sis J. Peterkir. Dr Morrison 4-H.;You.pg, W.-.Whituake s It. liackay, and J. Sokhe. Snlieitor...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1886. GIPPSLAND SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

"aODEn.ATE, BUT PROGRESSIYE." (Published ereryTuscody & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MAY, 7, 1895. GIPPSLAND SELECTIONS. AT the recent Land Board held in Traralgon,- two days were occupied in hearing the cases. There were 231 alppli. cations foi land, and th'e quantity of land recommended amounted to about 70,000 acres. , This quantity if compared with the vast areas taken up in Western Aus. trlia, appears very' insignificant; but then the difference in the size of Victoria and Western Australia is very great. The 70,000 acres granted here to applicants this week, speaks somowhat significantly for the prosperity of Gippslhuid. Persons have come from other colonies to obtain laird in this district, and are thoroughly pleased with the general appearance of the country. Some few years ago, there was a great rush for land to the plains of the weterin districtj aid the. reason why so many, persons preferred the western to the eastern portion of Victoria, might he found in the; fact, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

Wanted. ANT "ED a boy used to farm work, wages los a week W. T. IlETT ESON. W ANTED-A Smart Lad to driva Ilullocks. Apply Itailway Ilutol, Glengarry. T.ANTED an apprentice to the black ' smithing, apply J. RUSSELL, Traralgon. For Sale or To Let. F~Oil SAI.E.-Paving Ioucks 4x5x3 up to ' Ox x:l. Best flooring for stables yards, sheds, etc. J. I'ETERIIN & CO. TO l.ET-1- nare Farm.. Apply to J. 11. IIAIlD, Trarln'un. FO1 S.ALE, CHEA?.-One three-horse earth scoop. almIt adw. Aplly WEST 1110O., Traralgon OR SALLE.-: Ryes Gross, Cockefoot," Prairie. Ited ad and bite Clover [guaran* tecltounlityJ.at Melbourne Prices. sample and priee on applieation. II. LUXFu1ID, Seedsman, Franklin-st., Truralgon. FOR SA.LE.-Farims; Sawmill PLANT,, (£180); Machinery, and Mechanical Iltsinsees advertised in** llachinery Regis. ter". No charges made unless sales, &e. are effected. J. It. BAIRD, Agent, Tmraalgon. i011O SALE, Cheap, a F,.r-roomed Cottage and tlal Fruit Gardnlen. Creek frontage i...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, 5th May. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

IELUOUJRNE MARKETS LIVE' STOCK REPORT, Wednedar, 6th l1i Fat Cattle.-Aboua 1700 hest weref the bulk of which were of raiddling rd he ferior quality, yvey few prime having Nm forward. 'Thenewiasagood attend anc buyers, nod although indifferent descript~i were in dall 'demand jet best lots were wet competed for, and prkiet on the whole a without any imterial alteration from lt week's rates. Prime pens of bc?lxlk 14c from £11 to £ll 165; odd bets, to,£flt 6d ; good do., from £9ll s to £1010 so e do., from £7 to £8 10; inferior, from prime pens of cows, froma £8 to£910; l o do., from £6 to £7;. middling and intrior from.£3.l 10s. Messrs )rl. Campbell and C sold 37 bullocks for Mr W. 'earson.Kilmt Park, to £ll,.areranirg £9 12s 4d1; 51 co and bullocks for Messrs Iial Ilro4, Cos, bell, to £12 2aGd; 22 cows and ba'le't for M3r Seulley, Noorat, to £8 Its rd; 4but locks for Mr A. I. Ilume, Ilturmnto, to e, 2s fid ; 7 cows for' Mr David Fraser, llinr thorn-bank ;' 10 cows and bullock, for I G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

Auctlons. MARRIAGE, ORR, & CO., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND LAND AGENTS, SOLD SALES OF LIVE STOCK la in their yards at TRARALGON I ForTSOITrrLY MORWELL I TOONGABBIEI TRAFALGAR I MoNTl,Y NARRACAN (I Per' ur M 111100 Advertisements CLEARING OUT and other SALES pro. perly put through. AOE015 FOR NatloalofNtew valand,Firelnsurance Co Colonial Mutual Fire and Life Insurance Co. NeiT York Life Insurance. Co. New Zealand Mercantile Agency Co. LOANS negotiated, -and VALUATIONS made. HEAD OFFICE-TRARALG 'N. MORWELL, MONDAY, MAY 10. M ARRIAOE, ORR a?rd CO, will sell L for various owners 10 Milkers and Springers 8 Fat Cows 40 Heifers 35 3-yr-old Bullocks s0 Mixed Cattle Horses Pigs,'dtc. UNRESERVED SALE. GLENGARRY, FRIDAY, MAY 21, M ARRIAGE, IoRn, and Co. are favored with instructions from the executors of Mr B. Ilamrohok, to sell witlhout reserve, at his late residence, all his Stock and Ef fects 10 head Dairy and other Cattlo 8 good lorses Implements, Furniture. etc, Ile at 12 o'clock. Lu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

;TRAJLrONDISPENSARY `PAJG KLEESATTEL, Ciei tt ruggist ai' nlentist (By exinmination).: . ::r:: : i? er of the Pharmaceutical Society of Victii: , :: Physicians Prescriptions and Family Rdcipes most cacefilly dispensed Thei eact copy of every Prescription is registerld fo'r future reference.' Medicinen forwarded promptly to all townships of tihe district, on'.!pplication : Teethicarefuilly stopped and extracted, only the newest style of instrumnents used. The, ltrge Stock includes, amongst numerous other articles : .Tooth, Nail and:Hair Brushes of Kent's manuflacture, every b:hlu gurianteed Piesse hnd Luhbin's, Gosnell's, o immel's, etc., Perfumery.. .'avander `Water," several brands, Is, 2s, and 3s per bottle:, Elighly perf.smted Hair Oil, scented with Otto de Rose, and. Orange Flower, Is per bottle . Medicated Lozenges, of every description dlarking :Ink, geniiino indelible, is per bottle Silierior Seidlitz Powders, made of pure chemicals and rtill wwsight ls' 3d Disinfecting Powde...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 7 May 1886

SUNDAY SERVICES. Church of England.-Rev..T. ... Walker at--Traralgon at 11; Olengarry at 3; Tm? ralgon at 7. lhc) communion. Presbvterian Church.-Rev J. J. Wilson at-Rosedale at 11; Fiynn's Creek at 3; Traralgon at 7. 3)Ir F. Elridgc at-Callig-. nee at 11 ; Hlazrlwood North at 3;??lorwell at Wwslevan Chumh.-R-v. T. Alday nt Tnranlgl? at 11; Tyers at 3; Taramlgo at 7. Mr Cannanm at 31orwcll at 11 ; Yinnar at 3; Drillield at 7.

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