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RAILWAY COLLISION IN NEW SOUTH WALES. MANY PERSONS INJURED. ("Argus" telegram.) Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

RAILWAY COLLISION IN NEW SOUTH WALES. MANY PERSONS INJURED. (" Argus";telegram.) Sydney, Sunday. A serious railway collision occurred yesterday on the Southern line near Bowral, SO miles fron Sydney. A tourist train from Sydney and an up goods train ran into each other. The goods train was shunting, when thoe semaphore showed the danger sighal. The engine-driver of the goods train saw the other train approaching, and tried to get his train offthe main line to allow the tourist train to pass, but the load was too heavy .to be shunted back on to the loop line in time, and the engines caine into collision. The locomotive of the tourist train lifted the other engine and threw the tender off the line. One of the goods trucks was capsized, and throw several others off thie rails. Two carriages of the passen!?er train telescoped. The injured passengers in the tourist train were transferred to a special train from Goulburn. TiThe following persons were injured : -Mrs Hainnaford, Crown road,...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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MIRBOO. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

MIRBOO. [From our own Correspondent.] Wednesday. It is so long since you heard from me that I suppose I ought to explain, that taking advantage of the holidays I have visited the Metropolis, and while there 'I thought what an easy t4ak, your "Owin Correspondent" in that grand city of Melbourne must have, and with reluctance returned to record passing events, &c., in our quiet little town of Mirboo. The first thing I noticed on my return was that our Mechanics'Institute is fast approaching completion, and the contractor informed me that it would have been quite finished but for the delay on the part of the Melbourne firm who has the order for the flooring, &c., but as I hope to have the pleasure of reporting the formal opening ore' long I will defer until then any further referqnce' tp it as a building. But there is one matter in connction with it that deserves notice. Our late member Mr. 'Mason obtained £20 from-the Govern ment towair's the building fund of the. Mirb...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE LATE LONDON RIOTS—A LESSON. (To the Editor of the Traralgon Record). [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

CORRESPONDENCE. THE LATE LONDON RIOTS-A LESSON. (bT the Editor of the Taralgon Record). Sm,-The late London riots, (a section of the English people "speaking in the hoarse voice of tumult" some from real want ; one ninth of the population of England never taste meat; one ninth only taste itloncoa week) suggests to every one wh' cares for England's greatness the question "How many of the hundreds of presumably highly educated men, who from the two houses of the British parlia ment have risen to'the dignity of states men for the empire? Is there one who is more than a pu-nly English, Scotch, or Irish statesman 7 Has anything been done to provide decent dwellings for the crowded outartisan or laborer ? It has been done by private effort and individual philan thropy such as Mr Peabody's. To find some open breathing places for those who must work in mines. factories, and wolk shps nearly all their waking hours? It has been done by private effort. To gire anew start in life to the young s...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

MELBOURNE. (From our own correspondent.) Wednesday evening. The upper crust of Melbourne society have, as a rule very little sympathy with the Chinese residents of the city. To the curled: darlings (to use an ,Ageism") John is an unknown quantity, save as a vendor of fish and vegetables. His joys and sorrows, festivals, pageants, and funeral ceremonies may prove interesting to larrikins and street arabs, but the aristocratic inhabitants of South Yarra and Toorak simply don't know him. The fact is John is low, and John is dirty, consequently when the promoters of the?Women's Hospital bzaar--which by the way is patronised by all the "bhon ton," and is now considered the correct place to be seen at-proposed to call the Chinese residents of Mel bourne to their aid in providing a novelty for the bazaar, the idea was scotel- as ridiculous. The gentlemen who mnanage the fiscal affairs of the bazaar stuck to their point however, and eventually carried the day. Two of the leading Chinese mer...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (From fMelbourne papers.) London, May 10. The Russian "charge d'affaires" at Athens is preparing to leavoe that city. .:Athens, May 9.. M. Delyannis; the premier, has teni dered his resignation and that of his colleagues to King George, but His Majesty has declined to accept them, and has urged M. Delyannis and'the members of his Ministry to recodisider their.decision. . , The combined European squadron, which was' stationed in Suda Bay awaiting orders; has now sailed for. Greek waters. London, May 10. It is expected that. Mr Gladstone will aoree to amend tlihe Home Rule for Ireland Bill so as to provide for 45 Irish members being.returned to ithe British Rouse of Commons. Mr Graham Berry, the agent-general for Victoria, airived iniLonidon early this morning , : The New South Wales Government ihas dios:ntinued the despatch of domestic servaints from the United Kingdom to the'colony. The first steamer of the North Ger man Lloyds Company's service to Queeinslaindia...

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EARLY CLOSING. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

EARLY CLOSING. 7b the Editor of the Record. Sm,-In last weeks "Record" a letter appeared with reference to early closing, but did not mention the name of the store keeper who had not stood by his agree ment. I walked through the township on Tuesday evening when I noticed Mr Sand's store was open, this was about 6i30 p.m. I therefore (through your columas) ask Mr Sands if this is correct :-lst. That he signed an agree ment, that he would close his shop at 6 p.m.? And 2nd. If so, does he now intend to keep open until p.m. ? If this is true I think it a most unfair pro ceeding both to the storekeepers, and the hard worked assistants. I am. &c., ONE OF THE CROWD.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

COMMERCIAL 31e srs. A. 'Lcein hand Ci . rqpnL: W1arramgl, Saturday. Our yank' airl" supplied, and all disijo sul of at satisftactry prIcea to vendors. . Morwell, Monday. Owinal to the hary rain very few cattle firwasrd, anld srali attendance of luyert, the biddineg at auction dull, chief bLtaipcss doune privsatdy after the salcs.

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RESULTS OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

RESULTS OF ADVER TISING. BEFORE' AFTER! Thile first tinie ;t nii looiks at itn adver tiseeniit he does ent sce it The sccor; l rine he ldoes not notice it. The third time lie is conlscioius of it5 existence. The fourth time le faintly remiebeil'rs h laving seen it before. The fifth time lie irlds it. Tile sixtl time lie turns tip his lose ;it The seventh time lie reuls it t!hrough and sy. " Oh ! hotlher." The eightl tilne lie says, " lcrc'3 tlhat confounded thing again." The ninth time hewoindersifit amounts to iny.tling . --. Thc llitl et in lie tiijiks lie will ask his neighbor if lie IhsI tried it. Thle cleveitll tinim lie h ondcr hlow tlhe dulrertiser iimakes it pay. The twclftll time lie thinks perhals it play be worth somncthin?. The tlirteenth time lid tlhiiks .it minst be i goil thing.i The fourteenth time lie reinembers that he hIas wuanted sucli a tling for a loig time. The fifcenrth time he thinks lie will buy it soml day. Thei sixteentl time lie lakes a nlicio randum of ...

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PASSENGER TRAINS. MAIN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

PASSE. GER TRA.IS.. - SDO MN. .IN LI\'' I . Le?e-Sale; 6 55 a m. andl 4.42 p:m"; Ta i:.LGOSN, 8 4n m.nnd 5 51pm; Moj " ':ell, 926 an.m. and 6"13 p Di" i Arrives'-- elbohrne, 1.5 p.m. and 108l1 ip.m Leavesn-Melliourne, 642 amanml.32 pm".; S.?IlrAILoO;, 11485,am. and 9:31p.m Arrives--Sal; 12"8 p.m. and 104 p.m , DOWN. . .HEYPIELD LINE. Levis- Trnlgon, Trrago ,p.m. a'd 9:50 .m. G" leglrry, 12.27 p.m. and 10,12 p.m. : Toongnbbie, 124-3 p.m·and10.28 p:iu.; :': " Cowvrr, 12?' pm.uaiid 10144' pm. '"'Glenmaggic'.ll1 p.m. and 1056 pm,. * A,' iva Ileylield 1.23 p.m: and 11.3 p.m. .Les-Ileyfild;, 6?30 a.m: and 4.2 p.m.; S!:.' Glenmaggie, 6.42 a.m. ind 414 p.m.; I Convarr.6.t 4.pi? , and ,.2?. p.m. S:.Toolgahbie, 7:10.p.m. and 442. p.m.'; ýGlenarry, 7%2 n. and 45 . p.m. LArves I?'?IALGON, 7"48 '0m apnd 1' 0.m. :. "O' .' 1Ma100 LINE. Leves .orivella1l?45a n.:,; Yeina.r, 1'.10 'i? m.'Biolira, 12"25 pi.m. Arkirve flarlimurla 1 .45 ? .m. , . Leaves Darlimihrla, 6·5i n.m:; `Dinarn? 7l a.mui: ;)Yinnr...

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TRARALGON POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

TiIAOtALGON POST OFFICE. ZdAILS WSl'ATCIiED. 3II .noROUjIE, a1. nil intermicintc offices SALE, ant i ll inltersisiatnt olliiem t1nily, 1115 n.m. anda 7 711 p~u IIEYlrll:LD, dailb. l1:;sa,. end 750 p.mmn . 1l'ALllALIA, rna Taxangahiei. ljnldaw W1eal. Tueasday. 1,111rn0 ay. $Saurdaly. 7la n.ml. CowWc.Rnn lAr..LIaGNL'. Iausoizav. nanl Fri$ay5":10 n.m. T;1'Ii lnc~a1y dp ana F'ritna, 12.15 pan.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE (B)y wire: From our own Cor"Rnadentilt Melbournie, Thursday itening Thie Now'Zealand piarliuniniet ope1 to:day. At the inquiry into the cague of the wreck of the Taiaroh, it wauildecidd tlat the captain's certificate'-should b, suspended for two years;' lut it w. reconmiiiended that the Goverinmnt should issue himil a mate's certifilte for tle period. The second case against Sarah Allen was npot 'roceiledi ;vitlr in consequence of the illness of Agnes Owen; the ci was remanded'for a week. Prolate ".to tle, will of C'bstabl Ryjii wiio is supposed to hbe drowci Sat. tie Whitb Hills, was applidl for STh li roperty was swiorn at £434 ?d Ryanr was also entitled to £4LG , compensation; the judgie co?rilen i the applicatioid wis inl;de tooe ;tlva,nr Srcfused to grant thlie prollite. r A Dinner by the bar was giveni to -his honor Mi Justice Welbb to-ni'ht. Judges Cope, Williams, Kerfeiul, ii? Quinlain.weri tinable to atteoilltn ut SJudges logers, liiginilothml:uen Ra [To...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

tNoticos. CIIEAP PRINTING! E have imported from Me~ers Cooke & Co,Flinders Lane, and It. F. Mitchison Queen-street, a complete ASSORTMENT OF NEW ANDI MIACHINER!Y, Including n very fLst going " ARAE" TREADLE, Which now . eubles no to execute on short Inotice ANYl:DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING AND 0OOK BIlDING. LITIIOGRAPlIC WORK:&o. At strictly :1" 1bournao Pricesc ---o::o·- We ask the people of Traralgon and neighborhood to give us a trial. ' THE R CORD" IS soW Ptblishcd c'ery TUESDIAYAND FRIDAY Jd. REDUCED TO ad. OR PER QIUARTER (in advance) ... 6c. (if booked) .. s. ,, (in advance. if posted) 1s - ,. (if booked) ... ... is. Olrders for delivery left at the office well be attended to F. S. NEAILE L 00, Prolrildrr. , A, TIIE GRE.TrEST WOR1DR or MOERN TIMESI Losu eoperience hoo proded theoe laonos oemedies to bo olto etontust nri n ooo ulthsr the d vngero.o mtndot or the sPiltto comptOints m hioh are Monctore ionloaly t OccAnlal dottd o these Pills fill gMarl 'the ru-ntte o...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1886. LABOR VERSUS CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

."ODEosTEi, BUT PROGOtiRSI"c (Published every Tucdy &Friday morning.) 'FRTD?' ,L MA lt; iSae. LA QorP VERSUS CAPITAL: Sonas few years ago we had a sad. ex perience of the effect of the struglelbe-. tween labor and capital in Victoria, and fromn time to time. we receive intelligence of great trouble in other countries on account of the fict of the labor market being glutted. The phrase "labor market," is: frequently used, yet labor itself is seldom looked upon as a 'marketable subject. But labo.,iLthoughi 'an abstract imatter, is inarkotable, and maybe, and is, traded f ;,ust: tralhas: i, any) nateril sub-: stance ve' knor. of; TAq?,in the labor market.the lare fluctuations, tle same as theoarea iii any othed r market; it: is anmatter-of naturndl consequence thkat" there shal bhe'tiliies of prosperity and times of- depression. : Men and women who havIr; neithr= liv-e. stock or mer clrandiso of dtny.material descriptionito sell, must, in:ordei~ to live honestly, dis-l pose of ...

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PLACES OF BUSINESS. As advertised in our columns. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

I'LACES OF IBUSINESS. As advertised in ourcolumns. I'ha:nst and Dentist.--P. Kleesnttel. Auctioneers. -Marriag, Orr, & Co. and A. AMI.ean & Co., Ttmal:on; and Fn.nlih, Litl., & Lo.; R. G(uthrtdge uud (o.; C. 31lInLtsh, and T. W. Sutcliffe and Co., o. dale, who visit at satatd lpriocs. General st,.rekeepers.-A. G. Farnsworth. J. Sands, J. l'eterkin and Co., and John S. M?illigan. Commis ion Anent.-C. R. Wilkes and Co A. Whitney. ag:nt for Oldicdld and hore. Taiot-Il. Lawman. Furniture warehoue--B. Wallis. tlake s.-A. I.. G;albratth, and .r THenry liliner, Draper, etc.--.ls llore. Statitnerand Newspaper Agent.--l. N lIendeln and J. Peterkin. Saddlers-F. Smith, '1. A. Byers, Butcher.-J. Ma ning Hlitels.-R. Mill's Club Hotel, T. Mit. chell's tat:pgon lHotel, C. Nvill.'s Gnud Junction Family hotel, P. Kelly's Coo iI erclal Ilotel, E. Kane's Star lorl. anod N. GCumrlly'r Royal Exthlunge Hlots l, at eaca of which visitors are invariably well sato"ied with tl:e trir:...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, 12th May. THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

M3ELBOUIRNE 1MAlKEIS. Wet-nesday, 12th 31?r. THE MILLS. Flour is in fnir dotland, and prices are filly nitintaintoL Pollair is vtry sa. and bran is in brisk requist at' ulvaanl rates. Oatmeal moves oil stealily in trade parcels at late prices. The general quotations ar :-Flour, 9) 17 s 6d to lo s ;. bman, 6Id; pollard, 16d; mateis, £18 to £20. RETAIL MARKETS. Eggs aire very scaro andl dear, and th demand has fallenl off considerably. But ter of prino.quality is likewise high ia price, but inferior qualities are plentifil andcomeirzativclylcheap. luatchers'mnl idtl poultry are iindenliand at late quoti tims. The riling rates are :--eef, 4, t :d pr lb. ; pork, 7d to 9d tdo.; iniitoNl, lid to 4d do. Poultry.--iowl, 3t Gt to ;i 6d per pair; ducks, .4s to is dIl turkeys, 19. to 2·0 do.; "gee , is tW 105 do. Dairy protlce.---Cheese, tl to sler lb.; eggs, 2s to 2s g1 per dozen; Lbtter, Is ad to 2s 2d per lb ;: lbrcd, aidl to I6 er41b.loafs;' honey, 61 to ')l pe lr l; mtilk, id Ipr quart; h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

Asuctions. MARRIAGE, ORR; & CO., AUCTIONEERS, SIOCK AND LAND AGENTS, 11OL D. SA LES OF LIVE STOCK in their yants at TRARALCON '. FORTSOICITLY 31011WELL TOONGAtIIIE AN TRAFALGAR I MONTtLY NAItRACAN ( Per our TI iOO I. Advertiisements CLEARINGO OUT awd other SALES pro pcrly put through. SG Fi S Fon National of New Zea!and. Fire Insuramne Co Colonial 31itual Fireand Life Insurancu o. Neui York Life insurnrce.Co. New Zealand .Mercantile Agency Co. S.LOANS negotiated.. ild VALUATIONS mladre. IIEAD OFFICE--TRARALG. 'N. TRARAG ON, 3MONDAY, MAY17 SARRtIAGF, OR , . CO. will sell on 1 above date-- .. 12 piime Pat Blullocks it do - do. :Cus S Milkersha d Springers 4:.j Stuoitunilocks: 4' gooil Workes (pair leaders) 100 hend MJix.ed Youg (Cattlc- : 100 ;Baigsi'sjlilen r Cs esld fors.le cheaj" 1 UNRESERVED SALE. GLENGARhY, FRIDAY, MAY 21. j/ARRIAGE, tlR, and Co. are favored II with instnrction's from tihe 'exeetors of Mr It. Hlambrook,.to sel without reservre. .at lis late residelice, al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

TRARALGON DISPENSARY PAUL K EEESATTEL, Chemist, Druggist, and Dentist (By examination). \ Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Vi ct"ari:. The exact copy of every Prescription is registered for future reference. Medicines forwarded promptly to all townships of the district, on application I Teeth carefully stopped and extracted, only the newest style of instruments used. Tho'large Stock includes, amongst numerous other articles: Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes of Kent's manufacture, every brush guranteed 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 .iustard Plasters, always ready for immediate use and mor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

Wanted. ITA ~TI)--A Smart Lad to driva V Bullocks. Apply Railway liotel, Glengarry. meetings. A IET'I'ING of the MASON 'rESTI 310 N I.1 Commnittee will he held I his Friday evening at the Mcchlanics' Institute at 8 ' clock p.m. J. PETIE?IN. Chiairmaln. For Sale or To Let. FOR S.ALE.--laing Illlcii 4x5x3i up to l' 0 x . x 3. lBet lhumring for stables yanrds, sheds, etc. J. PETERKIN & CO. F??O LET-134 nore Farm. Apply to 1.. J. R. I0AIItD, Trlsrigon. IOR SALE, CIIEAP.--One three-horse earth secoop. ahnat new. Anply SWEST BtROOS., 'l'rarl'n .i F[on sAiE -- ? Grassn .. Cksf,,t, Prairie, liednd and White Clover [guaran teed quality], a IelbournesPrices. Saniple and pirice on application. II. LUXFitIRD, 9Secvlman, Franklin-st., Traldon.. FOR 'SALEt.-Fars; Sawmill PLANT, I' (£180); Machinery, and Mechanical itusine.in. advertise? in " Machinery Regis ter". No charges made unless sales, e. are effected. J. R. IAIRD, Agent, Traralgon. FOIR SALE, Cheal, a Four-roomed Cottage anm gond ...

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TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

Id TRARALGON SHIRE in COUNCIL. Id - id. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12th. Present:-Crs. Peterkin (president), as Mill, Breedl,'Forsyth, Firmin, Varney, n Campbell, Bodycomb, Kelleher. CORRESPONDENCE. From E. J. Thomas, secretary to the s Premier, acknowledging the receipt of the Council's letter (and conveying Mr. Gillies thanks), forwarding a copy of a resolution passed cordiallythanking the Premier for his prompt action in endeavouring to prevent the annexation of New Guinea by the French.-R-le ceived, From the Secretary for Lands, t acknowledging the receipt of the Councils letter of the 11th. ult., object ing to the alienation of the Loy Yang . Common, and -stating that the matter d wouldbeforwardedforthe consideration d of the Local Land Board.-Received. e From Mr. W. Vagg, Hazelwood, d expressing surprise at the delay in II surveying the road through his land which the Council purchased. Hie promised not to interfere again with the public traffic through his land, but lie wished the traffi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 May 1886

DEATH.   SANDS.--On the 6th May, at Ballarat, Cloria Ethel; the beloved child of John and Kate     Sands, Traralgon, aged 3½ months

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