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THE P. AND O. COMPANY. London, 17th May. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 May 1886

THE P. AND O. COMPANY. London, 17th Ma~.. The Peninsular aid "Oriental Stea:u Navigation Coiipany lhas declared a dividend at the rate of 5 per cent. iper annum.

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BIRTH OF A KING OF SPAIN. Madrid, 17th Spain. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 May 1886

BIRTH 1OF A KING OF. SPAIN. Madrid, 17th Spain. The Queen Regent Manry Christine, the widow df thie late King Ahlpholsno XII, has given birth to a son, who be comes Kirg of Spain.

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ANNEXATION OF KERMADEC ISLANDS CONFIRMED. London, 17th May. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 May 1886

ANNEXATION OF KERMADEC ISLANDS CONFIRMED. London, 17th May. The report previously telegraphed that the British Government intended to annex the Kermadec Islahds (Macauley Island and Curtis Island) in the Pacific Occean, north-east of New Zealand, has been fully confirined, and orders have been sent to Admiral Tryon, commanding the Australian station, to snnex thl group in question.

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HOMEWARD BOUND AUSTRALIANS. San Francisco. 17th May. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 May 1886

HOMEWARD BOUND AUS TRALIANS. San Fmracisco, 17th May. His Excellency' Sir Anthony 3IMs grave, Governor of Queensland, :and the horiobiable James Service, late Pre mier of Victoria, have arrived here per Union Companiy's R.M.S: Mlariposaa.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 May 1886

Notices. ] CHEAP PRINTING! WE have imported from Messrs? Cooke Co.Flinders Ianc., and It. F. )litchison Queen-strcct, a complete ASSORTM3ENT OF NEW AND iMAChIINERY, Including a very fast going. " ARAB+" TREADLE, Which now enables no to .execute on short notice ANY DESCRIIPTION OF PRINTING AND TOOK lINDING. LITIOGRAPIIIC WO1Icke. At strictly :Mclbourno -Prices? We ask the people of Tl'ligo~n an:L ncigNhzbrlhod to give us a trial. r "THE R CORD" Is -NOW Publishle every TUESI)AY ANI) FRU)AY 3d. REDUCED TO ' d. oil PER QUARTER (in advance) ... . . (if booked) .. I;. ,, (in advance. if postf5) lis . (if booked) ... ... 7s. Orders for delivery left at the oflice will be attendedl to. F. S..'NEALIE J CO., P'roprluor. WOXDIE, or 10DERN TIESII L:hePipc 'inOcel nh poMed. c t:l r dtoncedi toh ret sectorl oin curin cethert th. eatm.. raLtdi~ rn ite tlhe s nigter ?a? whi.h Pi e ,rser . ur ld~ o - O.e.oll to.c tltvife oft?, ti.r ~t.: hle, . ty: o.otheni dawt ol the Pi.os n?' tzi.o. I theto m oi?:...

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PLACES OF BUSINESS. As advertised in our columns. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 May 1886

I'LACES OF BUSINESS. As advertised in our cllmnns. I I, nt.t and lieniist.-P. Kle, s.tel. Am tiineers.. -3lnrri.;,c, Orr. & Cu. :rnd A. .*"Les,, u C (., T'ru?:tuton ; and In.,i-h, Litth. & t o.: I. hathrtdge and I n. ; C. M31Intsh, a:d T. W. Sutdlihic and Co., q. 5.ale, wult visit at .istetld perir s. Gnt-eral t, rek reper-A. G. Farnswortil?, J. `,ands. J. lntetkin and Co., and John 6. 3Illigman. Ci .Unlis i n Ai'ent.-C. II. Wilkes and Co .. Whitucy, ageint for Olddcldli d ndiore. Fanuiture wnreh,use-IB. Wallits. :ltkeLs.-A.... (Galbratth, ma:d r Hlenty .Mi liner, lrnIt er, ett.-?ts Ilorne. Smntitlnrund Newspape..r Agent.-il. E H1, nden rd J. P'teatkin. Satdlet,--F. Smitb, T. A. Byers, llutclar.--J. M31 ning "]loteb-Il. Mill's Club Hltitel, T. Mi: chell'. Tualgonl Htel, C. SN vill's Gtal Junction Fa:nily'hote!, P. Kelly'., Com .erelal IHitel, I,. Kyve's Star lout I, and N. Cout lly' Royal Ex ihange lII I, at eti?l oUl wl'hinh v-itor., are mvariably wed iLt diIed with...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1886. THE WESLEYAN JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 May 1886

"MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published everyTuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1886. TIlE: WESLEYAN JUBILEE. THE fiftieth anniversiry of the foundation'of Wesleyanism in Victoria was celebrated with miuch enthusiasm on Wednesday last in Melbourrie. From 1600 to 1700 pcrsons sat down to the jubilee breakfast in the Exhibition building, in the morning, and subsequently a monster gthering assembled in the main hall. The Rev. J. C. Sy?oNs, after the chairman's address, delivered an interesting lecture of a commemorative character in which he traced the first fruits and spread of Wesleyanismm ini this colony. He showed, th at at the firlst service coiiduicted by the Rev. JOSEPII ORTON in' Melbourne, there was an evangelical alliance, inrasmuchi as the preacher was a Wesleyan. Diu Ttosirso', the precentor, a Presbyterian; and the clerk, Mr. JADES S,?Pso'Nai', Epis copalian. This, and other earl:'services were conducted in the openi amir under. the shelter of she oak trees...

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TOWN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 May 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. (lie 1ahnd22'22 Of ther Ivvtielt Ii;l..' ibhire Oeuoell.-Pr~ectrIet. .1. l'etrekia El.).. C 22222'lle..,· MoIC~or LI. lieu0il D P,.ievth, MIII, oiel Vnr22.v: Shire Secretary .1~ i'.2522*rrr, 11) r I .me Camcb2AI 1t;ile ChrllO rl~i W2.OkO·ts 12902r Cc., F. Ei~ n-t o l i~ 22h. .222. 3.~l.2 t2.2i.c ,,,.2r O Ill. 222h 12222.2 IrIn lud nue .2O20n Oetoke Deorll 'letIru W..\irovtdev i~teIfletit ile 01 t c~? 12222. Laor.-1722i22el Mop2Stlu+coto, Whr-ll. lt il. * who. lo.cl'r C(OUrle 222~ the' fer~lill222. .1,VfLVm,;I.Cthi~l22ti thu~ J' u~tie.- of Il Iczt~e eo,:~l Mr ClI·L~ridaDl iTo .I'nnll~tL.. It Young. W. ~hiuoke ski. Mahaa, 022.1 2. S~kc.. S..lzcitoa.--H. 11. Serjcint22, Needle. he~ld IV. S. Feepie. vicitO 'I'22i122202 2222 ci~le chis. P221cC blotio2Il. 02.I2.C022. DeeOI~hIeR in 13oa22i or Auvicei-~!ocrste. W~ lfuroleoll orrrleoJ.i22Cte.), 11. ItteCI, JOhol iirton, l.ijlehell, t·ie John Clarke. I1iebll222ehrl Teohc.-lir---3. Dryer. P220010 Schonl-M202s Ai22I.22222. 2 *1'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 May 1886

Wantod. , W TANTED-A. Smart Laul to drivo ll Bullocks. Apply Railway hotel, Glengarry. r ANTED to purchase. 2 Teams good young' Working ilullocks, with or withootwaggons. Apply lto JOHN BOBB.' . L. * .Railway Vrrks, Alor. Tendors. TINDERS eaquird for clcaring and Lburling ofl 10 aeres land. Apply P IST OFFICE. Upper Flynn's Creek. N OTIE.--To be let by tender, opening furn gaol t?nant, to be let for a term o yenars,:the llnl way luotul, situat?l on the mnin 'oongalbie auni Tiaram gnm roel, aid two mics fron tht ll(engarry lRailwey Sta. tien'i doiig a fairly gool bhsineso ; abint 10 acres of .and. inchldineorchanl. pig pad dolek, yards alsaheds. Apply n olr tefore 25th iist.to C. Wll.LIAIS, rrlENDIDEP.S required for cuttirng dwa . 200 acres light scruLb near Trnlalgol. Apply--O. MIARRIAGE. Liast ana ~3oud. L OST.-Dark grey hare.li hIrsc. hrantled J.L. near shoulder. liewanl un desivery to I,:'1. M 31I.1 , 'I'raral?ita. OST' fnrm Marit ale, redl an I white steer. I aiaring TlM ot near...

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A NEWSPAPER CALLED UPON TO APOLOGISE. HOW REPORTS ARE COOKED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 May 1886

A N-EWSPAPER CALLED UPON TO APOLOGISE. 110W REPORTS ARE COOKED. At the meeting of the shire council ,of Ilsedale yesterday, the following letrsTs were read: From Mr J. Peterkin, Trartilgon, ac knowledging receipt of the council's letter cont.iining copy of a resolution aeiative to the Rosedale crane, passed hb tec lo;sedale Shire Cduncil at its l st' meeting, but stating that it iomitted to expliin how the same re s)ittioe, but contllning an offeansive attl untiuthful allusion to the erection . of the crane at Loy Yang, ani d moved lv other councillors found its way into .-'The tiippsland Times." Fromn Mlr F. C. Mason, on the s'ame suthject,as follows:-I observed by the puillished report in the Traralgon and S.le paper of your proceedilngs at the last c;unci! meetileng, hiel on the 19th hli., that, a resolution was unanimously ,ariricd, protestinlg ?gainist the reiuoval of tihe rane finro the Riosedale rail y -r station to Loy Yang. In this res-lutiol there is a charge embodied 'asi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 May 1886

Auctions. MARRIAGE, ORR, & CO., AUCTIONEERS, S'OCK AND LAD LAND AGENTS, JTOLD SALES OF LIVE STOCK S .in thellcir yards at TRARALGON j FORTNIGHTLY 3101MO ELL I •TOONG.B11E j TRAFIALQI I MOINTHLY N.\AIIIACAN ( Per our 31111tI00 Advertisements PLEAJIiNO OUT and other SALES pro perly put through. AGt.NI'e. FOn Xatilonai of New Eealand. Fire nsurance Co 1 I',lioial Mutual Fircand Life InsuranceCo. New Yo'rk Life Ilsumnee. Co. Irew Zcalhnd .Mercantile .?ency Co. LOXNS negotiated, and VALUATIONS male. HEAD OFFICE-TRARALG N. UI'RESERVED SALE. GL?NQARRY, FRIDAY, MAY 21. fARPRIAO, t RR, and Co. are favored Swith instructions from the executors of Mr I. Inambrool, to sell without reserve, rpt his lateresidenec, all his Stock udll .Ef feels " ," 10 heal Dair and other Cattle ,. 8 goI? Ilo res Implements, Furniture etc. talc at 19 o'clock. Ltncheon p is-eded. .hlso Several Ints of catt!e for various owners. Particulars later on. MORWELT, MONDAY, MAY, 24. S WING to Queen i Birthday, there...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 May 1886

TRARALGON DISPENSARY PAIUL KLE ESATTEL,. (By eximination). Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Vict ,ria. Physicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes most carefully dispensed The exact copy of every Presoription is registered for future reference. Medicines forwarded promptly to all townships of the district, on application Teeth carefully stopped and extracted, only the newest style of instruments used. The large Stock includes, amongst numerous othrc articles : Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes of Kent's eansulacture, every brush guranteod piesse and Lubin's, Gosnell's, Rimmel's, etc., Perfutnery. Lavenlder Water, severl brands, is, 2s, and 3s per bottle flighly perfimted Hair Oil, scented with Otto do Roseafid Orange Flower Is per bottle M?edicatd Locenges, of cvery description liarkin_ Ink, genuine indelible, Is per bottle Superior Soidlitz Powders, made of pure chemicals and full weight, Is 3d blisintceting Powder, for checking the spread of contiagious diseases Mustard Plasters...

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MORWELL POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 19TH MAY. (Before A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.M., and (Messrs T. Wals[?] and W. S. Guth[?], J.'sP) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 May 1886

MORWELL POLITE COURT. WEcDNESDAY, 1T1 M[AY. 'Before A. W. lIowitt, Esq., P.,I., and (Me~ass T. \Yalsil and W. S. Uithlln J.'sl) Police v. E. Higg-s.-Clmrged with being it illegal occupa?cy of Crowni lauds witns out a liciene. demior-(Consstiblo Uilfedder illfuri'd the btllIch that ie hail received a telecgrtll fromit the iaertct'uy for Ladtis, instructing hiit to apply for an adjutirn tlelltt. Dicldiitlt objcc:td, as ihe sa?tl tat is wis the secaito d t? itle hlitiad Wei broulghtt belfore tlle beuch wilcei tcere wtas no aee'ssity. The benctI diecidUte to goi oil with tihe cast. )efeCldanlttdd Iit de?oi bhing on the groalld, but said that he nad appiicd fol it c; a tlull site, aln Jatllditl iti a receipt for survey ti's. ' Tie bellaci tie cided to p.ia:poieC the case for oue monthi, to enable deiUtLdaitl to Ipro?lle ta liceice. E. Flemintting v. W. hendeson.-CUhatrg ed with ithegally detaiting a srl'awUe'ry steer. .Mr \,ist apn trea fort the plain titf; Mr iushe for Lie defendant. T'...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 21 May 1886

MARRIAGE. GALBRAITH - DUNCAN.-On the 27th April, at Clover-Hill, Tyers, by the Rev. J. G. Wilson, William, second son of A. L. Gal- braith, of Traralgon. to Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of W. Duncan, Traralgon.

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ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 17TH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

ar- ROSEDALE S.HIR'E I- COUNCIL. of o MONAY, MAt: .17THi. to Present: Cr lHiiii (lp?esident), and Crs Young,' keel: Disher, Pedersen, ie Clement,and Moore. . COIIR?IPO?DENC!. • tali tsr. F. PYalmll? leadl teacher, f Wiiruk. Staltd sclhooIenclosi, g copy lof letter received by him" from' tilhe er dlucatiol Departltcit, in reply tat his a report that chicken pox had aItt?cked a Il memllber of his fnily, stating that the Sdisease not being one of theLedaerouls, infectious, or coItagious diselases, it awill be 1 sitficient precautiol? to dexclude the child actuidl, ateeted. 10 lteceired. From Dr J. '. Matthlews,, healtlh otlicer, .reportilng that since the last r, meeting a case of typhoid fever has 3 heen 'rplrted to him as occurring at SNalnbrok. In this case all neces.sar ). suiit:uy IreOautions were carefully aIttcaliedlUt. Two nases of chicken pox have also.~cell roported to hinm by letter received ole May 16th ill the family of Mr. F. P.P.Palmler of Wurruk State schedl. In this ca...

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FOOTBALL. ESSENDON V. TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

FOOTBALL. ESSENDON ?. TRARAL00~ . The second twenty of the I~rsind"n Club arrived in Tr?ntigon on Satunlay Iy tile 935i p.m. trin, and were met Ion tile platform by the prrsidrlcnt, 'e retary, caiptain, vice-calllti, an"' a number of members of the Iocal team, and1 at the instlnce of the catJinl, ir Ss. Sealer, three hearty cleeis were ,ven t. the visitors. An adjournment Sat once made to the Club Hotel, whet.l', in accordance with arr?tlhge ,e1t,, 3'r dlill haid Irovided an ex lllbn slpper, The victors, number . 2.:utad habouot an equal umiiober of the, locald team, sit down to the good things Irovided, and diid ijstice to then, aifter which songs and toasts were indulged in until 11i30. Air H. C. Jones, the president of the c )ih, oc cupied the chair, and after the usual loyal toasts were given, Mr .Tones pro l sad "The Visitors," which was res I5ICded to ly Mr Duncin, the visiting c.ptain, who then proposed the Tra rjI.li teaml, coupled with the nImes of tle .captain and vice-eop...

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TRARALGON POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

'I: xL -LUO\Q 1'0S"1' OFFICE. MAIL U! 0 lWULTC11ED. 3lri iiipii\L m: ai!ll ititrmi'it i u pflircs dal,740 tim :in! t 'U p 43 : LEUi! all itiitrniatldn ulicittn daily,. nTub.v. ' lis y it a: li y, 7-10 it u:~.,

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GLENGARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

GLENGAR?RY. The Glen'arry sports were held in M?esrs Lang and 31itchell's paddock, sear the rail?ay.station, and were on the whole very successful. For the earlier events there would probably be nnt. more than 150 spectators, but this inumber was being added to until about two o'clock by which time there were about 500 persons present, including a large number of hidies. The various groups asssembled on the ground al peared tohe thoroughly enjoying them selves, and'the number of well-dressed young ladies present, gave the locale of e the sprtts quite an attractive appear ýt ance. Tihe only matter in way con I, nectel with gambling w a " wheel of fortune".in the possession of three young men of a speculati?e turn of mind. TheLproprietors of this machine f went into the business - with mnucli I energy, for the greater part of the o afternioon, but eventually, owing to a ds isputeof payiecat for the right to be on tih g"ousml, Mr Mitchell one of the proprietors of the paddock, seizedl ...

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DEATH OF DEAN RUSSELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

DEATH OF DEAN RUSSELL. The annual festival in connexion with St. P iurs Church; Adelliide, was held inthleTowni-hall on Thursday even inl, uidwnas, numlerously attended. ?' was:V brought to an abru l pt close, in con seqilenib'i, f it ?kd accideint, which re sulted' ir 'the detlh of Dean Russell Tea` had lI?sli Itriakenii of, aindl it was foilowed by an interval, which:wians de-i vonitl to promenading. At eight o'cilok, the hour tiSed for the contert, the d(hi1i Nyas decending from the gal lery to thuI hall, whn,suddenly moissing Jis footing, he was precipitated heiied loni' on to thie landing. .He was im niodiately picke(l uij), insensible and bleedilg from a wosiund ini the head, and ;t.4 carried into thie cl?tk-reon. Drs. Oamiphbll andl Astles were at once called in and tlheyy riidere allt lthe assistanLce in their powe,; but consci ousiess had not returned at half-past eight, when the lpatient was removed on ;a, stretcher, a:rl the. unfurtunato gentletmant died on reaching his r...

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RESULTS OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

RESULTS OF ADVER TISING. C-'-) IEFIOI*I: ^ I ^ )I·L`I (u) u AFTEIR! SThe tilst time : man looks at tin adver ti.ecelit lie does ?ist set it The eccond time he does not notice it. The tl:ini' time he ii conaciius of its fxisteicit The fourt t tile he fintly remembers lavi"g wli n it I ofore. The lifthl time lhe reads it. The sixth thai he tun:s up his nose at .T e sceviith time lie rcads it through usd,"ds, " Oh11 bother." The ei hthi time e lie sais, "Ilelm's that col'fouidid tliing a aini." The ninth time e wandeis ifitaiounts to anythinig. The te?ith time he thinks lie will ask his neighhs'r if lie haI tried it. The elieclth time he wn:dels e iow the pdvertiser lunkes it I ayv. The twelflil time he tl:ink: lerhal. it P.:rv lbe worth sometin: g. 'Ike thirtcentli time he thinks. it linat ie a good thin-. The fourteeith time he remuembei that hel I.s wantcd such a thing for a long SlThe fif:eenth time lie thllink lie will buty it senae day. i The sixteenth title he miikes ati sitiuo ...

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