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

TRAIlALCON. SThcFTttimlgon athletic sportk neeting hel vyeteariay in M1r. Curran's Ipdacck near the town, was a fairly snccessful one. Thoihli the notice given to tlh meeting was short, and the time for making arrangements limited, a very good entry fir th priincipal events 'was rceived, and and' the ofiice-hearers are worthyl of ilention ifor their strenuous exertrion to to carry ihe meeting to i successfil issue. The day was finealdc the attendance good, taking into caisidemtion the counter attraction of the football match in the reserve. The ipinnliial events were well colntestd '; great "iter.st was taken in the bicycle race, which was contesttl hy five qyeiAt. .. JI. 11 ll, a loc d man, who was sueeofil t lIairnsdale r-short time back appeared to be the favourite, though, scratlh uman. f$iyers with BOyds soon' after the start took the runniii, and kept; well ahead right tlrough. hie riding waso nmuch atlltiina. 3I'oll lad the misfortiiie to come to earth hrouglh codliding with ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

TOONGABBIE. =(Fron.our.o rn coriespondent) the lit?h anniversary of the opening of the Toongablie Wesleyan Church was celebrated on Sunday the 16th, and Monday the 17tlh of May. The Reov. T. Alday conducted service on Suirday morning, and Mr John Howe in the evening.. The congreations were good and the collections ex cellent On Monday the tables were spread with all the usual delicacies of a popular te nmeeting. A goodly num ber sat down to partake of, and no doubt to enjoy the excellent local productions. The ladies in attendance were kept busily engaged duriigl this part of .the programume to the evident satisfaction of all concerned. After the tables bad been cleared away.the public meeting was opened in the usual fashion, and 31r Veitch our honori.ry secretary called to the chair. A capital 'address was given by Mr W. Cannani, (dhe newly oppointed colleague of 3fr Alday) on "Christianity triumphant." The address was characterised by con siderable thoughtfulness and care, and was...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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PETTY SESSIONS COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

*PETTY SESSIONS COURTS. Rosedale, edncmday _nd, II a.m. TIonIhlhtjC. Thursday 3rd, II aln. Sum. moulles iAwituI Friday, 28th MRay. Iloylicd, Saturnda ytIt. II n.m. Summon. sac issudl Mlonday, lorl t Mny. Trurulgos, Verdn edady 9th und 23rd, *nt 10 n.m. Summonses 'issued pr.±oediing PnL dM78.t~ 10 aneo. Sum. Morwell, Thursday, 17th, 1 ~.Sm ponses issued Frdaly, 11th. Moe, Saturday, 10tlh, 10a.m. Summonses issuced Sntoardas 12th:.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

Y EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (Froel Melbourne papers.) London, May 19. SMr Berry, the agent-general for Victoria, Iea an incterview to-day with Earl Granvillc, the Secretary of State º for the Colonies, for the purpose of laying before him the views of the Victorian Governmuent with regird to the New Hlebridet-s. Mr Berry intimated to Lord Gran ville that it would be unfair to require the Austrlasian colonies to again definitely state. thelr, settled. attitude' on the cquention, thereby arrousing the! enmity of France. Earl G,ctnville, in his remarks, implied that an erroneous impression was prevalent as to the extent of the French propondls. It had onIly bhen suggested tlhat the French occupatIon of the New Hebrides might possibly f iorm the lbLsis of an agreement by which the transportation of French convicts to the Pacific should cease, and for the settlement of other points in dispute between the two countries. I Lords Ilosebery anl Gra:rville are afraid that in consequelnce of the obj...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

COMMERCIAL. TiIARALC.ON MARKETS. M.-esses Marriage, Orr and Co. report; Wiednesday 19th inst. monthly sale at Sorratnl, good attiendanc and bidding brisk, supplis forward of good quality, and colnditiol. We sold store bullocks, £4 s Gd upwardls; springers from £4 15s; good heifers, £3 7s 6( to £4 7s(ld; Clve 26s to .37s (d ;.porkers. to 2.r. On Fri day O2it inst., we held very successful cle?ring sale at the residence of the Into i. lsalmbrook, Glengarry, for the executors in his estate, there was agood attendauce, and bidding as spirited, all the cattle anod horses soha well, and prices nanged as follows : Young steers and heifers fetched £2 4s to £4 ; Milch cows £4 15s, £5 15s, to £8 ; springers, £4 lOs upwards; young colts and tillies ran from £7,.£7 15. £8 to £12; mares and foals, £20 10s to L25 ; the implements, etc., brought good prices. Pentlaud's sale, land, stock, etc., oy Yaner. Thursday, 27th,Trarlgon monthly hodre sale. Friday 28th, Kilmartin's clear iug sale, Trarilgon ...

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TOWN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. 'iR ?,:to.Co-- Nitllet -e.r n miles from h, Ibourne, in the main Gippsland lire, at the junction of the Iteyfielt line. `hire Council.-President, J. Peterkin slq., C- unecillhw, Messrs G. I iln:n 1) Calnplbell. 11. lret. l, iodycomh, Kelleher, Forsyth, 31M , and Vern,-y; Shire fecretary and Enginemer, Mr Jame. Campbell: Pate Collcor. or. s InWo peret.r, &c.. F. 3M'Kin nlrl; Tre'.urer.J. It. tReed. anageer of Bank of Australasia: Health (t li e.Dr Montgomery Illspector ot Nu sances, Constable Donoghate; the ,ouncil alio act :, a local Iloard of Hlealth, and meet for bu-iness on thesecond Wednesday in the month at 11 a nm. L,w.--i'olice Magistr ate, A. \. IIo'vitt, Fasq, who hold, courts en the fourth Thut' day in every month. the Justices of the ]'eace presirling oil the second Thursday, at 10a.n. ; t.lerk of Court. and also Itlectoral Regietrar, 3r Charles Du TYe; Juatices iof the Peace, 3et?srs J. Pelcrkin, Dr Morrriso II. Young, \\. Whittake s,. . ackay, an...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

a LATEST INTELLIGENCE. v (By wire: From our own Correspondenot.. " Mellstutre, fulorly'i oevening. S Thl rer' ieti at Albeit Park wtLs a liar, e thrfinibit thiil:there wrs i rveryv ig attenl. iiii. -An ' accident halppeleil to 1MI: Excelleircv:thi ('Givernor at tmh review. The firini' dertth holle horse very restive. and the (Governorur wint thrown, but escaled with a aever oahlikiiig." One of tle princituldl iter madins froL the Yu Yean to Mcldchirtie Iunrst ii, SNiholsnllsO-Stle:. An eormullslqnulantllrltit, of water is lost, and thele are :10 me't. mlrtiring the breach. A levee was held ItGovermnmutt Huilse t tthis morning. The C.htlonian galthering at the Maol" bouri o lCicket ground. was largely acter del. At the foiotball match betwetn HIothaml anld Geilotg oti the st .M :lbolmrne 'ricket grimud, there were fully 15 010 1 -persoos. The match resulted in a draw. t'hree goals stch. William Ila rvey, Michail ia'ler and David Ketnidy were charged wtut lreiK ing into the premisoe o...

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THE NEW HEBRIDES AND THE LOYALTY ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

THE NEWJ HEBRIDES AND THE LOYALTY ISLANDS. 3: fef Boucher, the ex-Governor of Cal'edlnia; ," who was recently super seded by M3. Ln Cascade, on account, presumably, of the coa;plaints regard ilg the pexsecaqtion of natitve- Protes tants by .Frencil oticere on the ishltnd of JMarie, arrived ini Melbour.ie on Thursday,..e':oute for Paris aud from theiAee to Gundaloupa, whither he has been transferred by his government, to assume the charge of that islahd."-The solumewhat, starstling news of -annexa tion in all parts of tlhe world by three of the :five great European powers since he left Sydney appear to take MI. Le Boucher soamewhat by surprise. At the saml tilra, as an:t ollicial, he is Imund to. uphohl and endeavour to justify the action of his own Govern-. melt. With regard to the llecidiviste Bill alreuly voted, lie declares in the most.explicit terms that Australiims have no cause to .feat that its provi sions will tend to flood the KNew IIebrid·es with criminals.. The advan-; ta...

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JUNE, 1886. LICENSING COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

JUINE\, 1S86. LICENSING COURTS. Tranmlgon ?istrict licensing court on Tue. dcay. lot mune, to hb held at Warra nl, 2 p.m. Ito.cldale district licen;ng co'-t on Satur. day, 5th June, to be held at Sale, U1 n.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

Wanted. . 1W ANTllI) to prcuse. 2 Tl. 'eamn gad ynung \\Urking lBullhks, with or ilthllttaggulls. bApply] to .JHilIN 110111. aill way .W, rk., AIle. Lost n Found. I OST from .aryrvale,nt l adl white steer. I hearing T1M 1un near rmp toanl other ritnds. ts t?t'at wll i te paid to atly per .me giving illfrmlati o that will lea I to its lijc?rary. Apply to .Mies D\\'YEIl. LOST from l.aztwood.-l hay ti- lor=, inla o tf hoe f,?t. I chaltno t hor. . himl Act white. I hrwn hor.e, blind oui eye :f10 retwanl on deliverr of above to ti IIlUl)I.Nt, Iazehhclat, orT'runkyu. IIMte' )itrnill. LOST from Tramrlgin,. bay ,,my n re. bha:lidel= lcnr Alloihder'. t11 reward • Cull rettrllil g saii' to l I. A. COAITE'S. Lochl 'Park. For ale or To iet. r 0 LET-Il 4 - ert Fzri, crrchk frontage .1 a. I;Ir0e. and Tip llr)my Cuntortr's plough; scoop, etc. (or for eati). Apply-J. R. IAt 1.l, Tramrngo. o01l A.LE,, CIIEAI'.-One three-horwe earth setiop. aln?st lnew. .It'ly WEST tIlllo., Trnrtlgn (Oi .SAtE.- Hoe U...

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PASSENGER TRAINS. MAIN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

S'PASSENGLE R LIRATiS. .r,. --O--o- SDiOWN?....I .MAIN LINE. ::" Leiics -SaleG6.5 n.m. and 4' 4p.li.; Tr.A InaLGOO', 8".1 amm and 5' llim .; Moar wcll,&8"2 a.m:, ndi"13 p.m.; Arrives-Melbourne,-5 I p.m. and 10.11 p.m. UP. i', Lcaves-Melbourai 4'2 an.m. and 4"32 p.m.; Ilorwell. l'i25 nm. and ll 1 p.m. T'il(iAL?o?, 11"4l nan.n and -13 p.m3 . Arrivcs---ale,12531 p.m.:ind 10 14 p.m. 5DOWN.. lLEYTII:LD LINE. Leavrs-Trarni'go, 125 p.m. and :9'50 p.m.; Gleagnrry, 12.27 jl:m. and 10.12 pinl. ,Tounabbie, 124.4 inp. and 10'S p.m.; Cowwarr, 125 I. p.m. and 1044 p.ml.; Glanmaggic, 1'11 p.m. and 10U G p.m Arrivas lleytield 123 p.m. and 1158 p.m. Le ves--Heyiield, 630 an.m. and 4 2 ,p.m..; Glemuaggie,ni i 42 n.m. and i 14 lp.mi. Cowwarr. 6l5 mmnm . and '4206 p.1. "; oo nabbie %1'U n.m.d imdl442 pmm. Glegarre, 7.4i a.m. and.4SS.j-p.m. Arrives '1' lidaLGi\t 748 a.ll: :lnd 5"20 pan. DOW '. . , , 91 11. o100 LIN E. Lcbvcs-3lorwelll il4 a.m. ;m innar 1?` 10* r"p.m.; a oolarn, 12.5 p. •Arrive l...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1896. NEWSPAPER HACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

:"MODERATE, BUT PROGRESsIV." (Published every T~nelay Friday morning.) TUESDAY, MAY 25, 18S6. NE~WSPAPER HACKS. .OuR radlers are probablly awarethat a riptiiei rs itaken place litweci the Rev. CHARMs STRONG and the "Args," and that the causeo of the rupture may be found in some un-. weighed remarks made by Mr STnoNo in reference to journalists. At the inauguration of the literary society in connectionl with theAustralian Church, Mr ifroen in the course ofan address referred to certain classes of men who could not .re classed with the literati andlihe included n class which he styled . newspraper lhacks." The "Argus" referred to the matter iii a leader, irs such a manner ias to cauese SMr STRosNG to write a letter inex planation, stating that he did not mean to apply tile termu "ihack" to all newspaper writers, because there are in the ninks of that profession " those " who are not only men of highi "literary taste and attainmients; liut "who also have a soul above nmere 'If.mercenar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

Notice? _ CIIEAP PRINTING W E "have imported from TMessrs Copke k Co.Flinder Lane. and 1R . F. Mitchison Qacen.strcet, a comlelte ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND MnACHINERY, Including a very fast going P ARAB" TRbEADLE, Which now enables as to execute on short notice ANY DESORIPTION OF PRINTING A- ND 0OOK BIIDINC. LITIIOGR.I'APIC WIORIUkc. At strictly .Z3elbourno Prices' We ask the ,people of Traralgon anJ neighborhood to give us a trinl. " THE R, CORD" IS NOW Published every TUESD)AY AND F!IDAY i d. IlEDUCED TO (id. On PElR QIUAIrTEIt (in advance) ... 5. (if booked) t.. s. ,, (in advance. if lasted) o . (if booked) ... ... Ts. Orders for delivery left at the office will be attenddi to. - F. S. E.ALE CO., Proprietor.. TIIE GRE fTEST WOIDER or IODERN TIMES! Losto expc?ece hnt rer'ed th?-se faoso rfedieo to ha root ~ecctd rins eo either the tongwots mthdisscr the slighter ompint.wt arhe Mu mt.re paonlraly in ddcnlto t he Lf oa te t , teothoe livinFo in the • Coorls dos n of thee Prd Srill u.ld1...

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THE KIMBERLEY GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

THE KIMBERLEY GOL1D FIELDS. The s.s. lcnmuir returned from "Palmerston on Thursday, from King Sound by Point Torment, 15 miles from Derby. There is a bad landing place at the jetty. There is a lile of mud. flat, and the tramway over the flat is submerged at spring tides. The tramway is worked by bullocks. Water is scarce and the wells are brackish. The previous reports with regard to the digging have been rather exag gerated. There are only fifty or sixty men on the field, mostly from Port Darwin. The route via Cambridge Gulf is ieported to be the shortest,and there is a practicable road to the" dig gings. Aboutfifty miners have visited Derby at ditlerent times for stores. No teams have yet.gone to the field. One bullock team is just ready to start. Casrtage is £150 per ton. The diggers are very reticent. All of them seem to have money. One firm has exported 350oes. of gold, the price given being £3 10s per ou. The gold was a. good sample. Eighty diggers went by the Menmuir, 60 of t...

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NEW GUINEA. (MELBOURNE "LEADER.") [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

NEW GUINEA. ,(MsIELuobn.\N "'LADERn.fi) The publication of the late Sir Peter Seratchlev's views on New Guinea destroys any holspe that might have existed of the island becoming, at least during, the present generation, of any practical value to the Austrlian colonieis.. The clinate is fatal' to the I health of Eurepeans.. It is, at certain I periods of the year, little better. than a huge fever bed, and the terrible heat 1 is so enervating that ia white man is incapable of performing iiiuch con. i tinuous labor..Some of the natives' aret friendly, but are possessed of cannilsl proclivities, and.usually mulrder for the s slightest breach of their trilbal laws. The picture is not rendered ore cihecer- . ful by the stateneiit that " the conditions for bringing about ii war in I connection with land simuiliar to that which occurred in New Zealand are abundaintly present in New Guinea." Then, as to the mineral and other resources of the island, the presence of i gold in payablequantitie...

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PLACES OF BUSINESS. As advertised in our columns. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

PLACES OF 11USINESS. As advertised in our columns. I hmi n-t and I)entist.-- . Kleis..ttel. Auttionecis.. -Marrigc. Orr, & Co. ndll A. l'nl.ean &" Cn., Tiarnioit i i and E:nlihl, title, & t.o.: It. Guthlr:dge and t 0.; C. I?'Initsh., ul T W. Sutcliffe and Co., o. Sale, who visit at stated erin. s. .General st rekeeper-.-A. G. Farnsworthl, J. iands, J. Plterkin and Co., aid Johin S. ŽIilligan. Commis ion A.'ent.-C. HI. Wilkes and Co A. Whitney, nwent for pldtield nd Moore. Taolt:--i. Ln?iaisu. Furniture wnarrehin,,-B. Wallis. Ilake s.-A. 1.. (Glbraith, anld Mr Hlen!y 3li.liner, Drntpr, etl.-M- s llorne. Stationernid Newspl:p?r Arent.-- I. E Ilenltde and J. l'etesii n. Sa':dleltn-F. Smlaith, T. A. Ilyers, llutcltir.-J. 31an.ing i Hlotls-lt. Milt's Club inotel, T. M3i:. rhell'- Tratalgon Ho;e!. C. N, ville's Goand JInntion Flmily hotel, '. Kelly'., C(tn,t. n trclyl IInt, i 1 I. Kaye's St:.r lit tl. and N. ,n si lite'. linal Ext htISga Ilou I. at ,alce of which '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

S iActions, MARRIAGE, ORR, & CO., AUCTIONEERS, SIOCK AND LAND AGENTS, OL.D SALES OF 1.LlIY1 ,iTOCCKI + iL n their yarn?s q' TIi.IiALGON 1 Folt'?r ItTI.y TOOMt, lilE . TIiAAlll lt I [onrPilci .1X.11Yii ;,\, f Per unr 311101'O Adlerti.c lenlts OERIlA ING OUT llnd othiler SI.\,ES pn, iperly put Ilthluglh. 411S1'15 F1OR- Nat innl nof Xw Zealand.l' Yi Illlsuran:e Co 'llmilin 31ntual Firtandl Life Insurnec i. Newt York l.ife Inrnirulc,. Co. irew Zealanll 3hrenmtil ,..,ltnety C'o. J.O3NS negltiate?l. and V.AI.ATIONS nlhl'. " Ill:AD OFFI IE-TI.\lALG N. 3fOI1WELL, TUES., MAY 2rT1n, CENTIRAL BU54N1ES~i 1'IIEMISES COMM+ILtUI1A1 ;+ TIIEf;TI', • 311t1Wy:L. MiJ/AII ll.0i ORl., , Co, are favored , _ withistrulctilas froml (il,r J.lles. :41.t. ,to sJl hi public t nlltiin I the Ittihli ante- . lihoce ctrIaltlly ituqttn l Irc llnies in 1nllllen.tal.tir ner. at il'sel t leased to 3iesin F I"llwlett and F. I4tid. unn, ail list t? 1 ) IbtcIIcers shop anI tartl n mernc rn ectivlcly. at a yapfiy r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 May 1886

TRARALGON DISPENSARY PAUL i LEESAT TE L, Chei t $ i i st7 and) De- ilit (By examination). Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Vict ria. Physicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes most carefully, dispensed The exact copy of every Prescription is registered for future reference. Medicines forwarded promptly to all townships of te, district, on application Teeth carefully stopped and extracted, only the newest style of instruments used.. The large Stock includes, amongst numerous other articles : Tooth, Nail and lair Brushes of Kent's manulracurie, every btunh guranteed Piesse and Lubitn's, Gosnell's, lijmmel's, etc., Perfumery. Lavender Water, several brands, is, 2s, and 3s per bottle Bighhly perfulmed 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 cont...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

LATEST -INTELLIGENCE. (By wire: From our own Corrcspondent.) Melbourne, Thursday evening. In the Sydney HIouse of Parliament the Assembly sat until four o'clock this morning, and affirmed the principle of payment of membelrs by 41 to 29 votes. The last session of the Adelaide Parliament opened to-day. and the opinion is gaining ground that there is little chance of the Government losing their seats. In the action of Mrs Franklyn v. Danby to recover £654, the value of furniture claimed belonging to in solvriits estate, judgment was given for plaintiff without costs. An appeal will be made to the full court. William Arthur Cool:, who was charged at the IIotham court with shooting Fannie Taylor with intent to murder, and with shooting Robert King with the same intent, was com mnitted for trial on both charges. A meeting of tihe Opposition Coni mittee was held in the library of the Parliament I-louse, when it was agreed to organise an opposition and to appoint, a leader. No nominations ...

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COLONIAL PRONUNCIATION. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

COLONIAL PIRONUNCIATION. To tJ.e 1r.ior 'f r.r ;raral r, T. ,rard. Slr,-Alow me through your coIhrlli.:.i to invite the :Issstance of :21 lprsois interated in prtolnllciation to obtain answers9 to the followig questions:--(.) Is there a .neial clial p]roinunciation c?reon, to iall the cilnivs? (f.) Ate there anyv eculiarly locald uswages-local rcf.rring either to individual colorio, towns, or districts? (3.) Is the t.edency mecrcly to be found in individuals <,r families ? (4.) Is it ceuon,,, to both upper and lower classes? (5.) Is there any difference in speaking .:d reading ? (6.) Is there any other peculiarity besid.s pronunciation, such as pitch, intntion, timbre? My reason for asking this f aour is to enable T e to fLrwanr soimewat accurate information to r.: A. J. Ellis (the highest authority on ploinetic., I suppose, in the world) for use in the last lpart of his great work on '" Iarly Englisn Pronunciation," which treats on modern dialects and varietics. I canlot...

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