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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1886. STATE-SCHOOL TEACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 5 February 1886
'MODEBATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Friday mo-ning.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1886. STATE-SCHOOL TEACHERS. AT thesittings of the Wesleyan Conference last week, the Rev. J. C. Symons moved "That this conference feel profound regret "at the action which has been taken, and "persisted in by the Minister ofEducation, " by which ninety-four State school "teachers, who are Wesleyan local "preachers, are prohibited from preaching "or conducting public worship in State "school buildings. That this action of "the Minister is not consistent with the "lanuage or intention of the twelfth 'clause of the Education Act.. That for "more than twenty-two years the Wesleyan "Church has regularly and in the most "public nmnner appointed State school teachers to preach in State school build "in~s, when such buildings have been ' permitted to be used for public worship, ' and thatnot a single. complaint. hgmiiist 't this has ever been made to the depart "ment That the present action of the '"Educati...
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE. ' AiAYuitTs. Traralgon.-D. Riussell, 1. Rout, R. Packett, II..Hampton, Peter K.lly, J. R. Baird, J. H. Buckley, T. M tchell, J..BernpinLehun.. . . M .e-Free L brarr. Iaarracan--Free Library. Tonngabhbie-Free Library. MrweIll.'--. Milaie, A. Davey (2), 1.' Brecdin, jnnr., Free Library, J. liasthorpe, V'. P. Nind (2). Rlisdd,i;tp. P.O' Iuhane, Thos. Fely, J. Gileinan (2), Thos. Maih n, W. Allrin. Free 'Lihrary, J. Young, South W\illung Free L brary. LEASES. D. C Archuibid, 0.TDhre, G. Daws min F. Dietrich, T. Fairhairn (2), P. Gorman, J. Geale, W. Haurdy J. \VW. Hersnon, J. H. Leslie WV. llurdori, WVahei Mar?tirsin L. Mlaretin; L. Molloy, A. ". MD'1nald, J. l'F1ir!tine, R. Rigg.ll,E. L Simnmino.J. heill (2)') G. Sligh, J. YVnceint, E WV.ddeon, E. Watson, P. Whelan, G. Whalley, senr., P. Whelan (3), G. Whalley. R. Bairt, T Coneland, T. Fi z3atrick. G. Firman, W. Gould, F. Handley, J. F.P. Jones, \V. C. Janes' Js litchel A. Nadenbouaeh, -Thos, Needham, T. N...
NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886
N?EW INSOLVENT. Joseph Higgs, of Traralgon, formerly butcher,-now laborer. ;Causes of iosolvency:_ Losses in business.- as butcher,; such, losses arising through nie'at going'bid ii hlot weatbe2, cattle a.ie horeo.being lost; and:peesure of creditos.:.: Liabilities, £169 3s Id; Is.'tc, £82rlse.IIi ;,deficincyg , £S6 ls la d. - Insolvent's iattorney, .Ir, H.' BSe9ijcaut';. .blici asiigocOe Mr Q . Cain,; :. ..... : 't . .}. .' ,-,,r .'
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE BOORAHAMAN MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886
Bc ELecr?ac TELEGOAPII, (From.our own Correspondent.) THE BOORAIHAMAN ;1MURDER.. The mytecry surrdouding ;the?death of.Joulhua:,Plumi and thoe burning of his house at.Bourahalma, near.Wangiga. atta,lhas been eleared up. A ' woman named Stephend who lives near P.mis, has been arrested. for the murder and arson.. Some" arsenic was found in Plum's stomnach; inid also in Stephen's house. Plum had between £300 aind £400 "i" his possession before hiis death,: principally' in' notes. 'l'he money was found in a hollow log in Stephen's yard.: The trial is proceeding. 'Tlie appeal of' Browns. v .i Kieley was heard' to-day. ':Browne asd our reade?s will. iemember,;was formerly employed in the: General PostOffice, and j-roceeded against' the proprietors if the,"Punch"' -for libel'` The Court held that th'e case had' not" beemi properly left to the: jury, iitd alldwed. the appeal with costs. Anew trial was directed to be heard before a judge )f thel Supreme. Court, without a jury. ..An aborigina...
HEALTH AND EDUCATION. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886
HIEALTH AND EDUCATION. 2b the Editor of the Traralon Rltord. SIR,-- think you will agreewith me when I say that Trarnlgon is losing its prestige of being the cleanest little town in Gippslaad, and is becoming daily and werekly more degenerate ostegardscleanliness in its sltdits and by.ways. Appeals, petitions. anderen leaders and * subs" are of no avail b effect restoration and regeneration, and there sarem tome to be only two ways foryour townsfolk to resort to. either sell out at once andquit, or wait a little while tiHger until all the fell powers of diseaseand drath sweep through our midst. Such exigencies are not desirable for all, and therefore those whose interests nnd homes are in the towon, shoihl at least in a measure be protected from the shott comitlgs of neighbours and paid officers, and not have reNaou to resort to abhre.mentioned means of escape. I lay no blame at the door of the Shire Council-outside work must be done of course-Those who live in a pure atmosphere can...
A DRUNKARD IN CHURCH. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886
A DRUNKARD IN CHURCHI. To the Editor of the Trarolgon Record. SIn.-Will you allow me space in your columns for a few lines. For the third time during the last lu months the conger. gation of the local Weslcyan Church was annoyed by an individual coming into tlh service drunk on Sunday evening last, and misconducting himself. I do not know Sir, whether thec persons are aware that by this conduct they render themselves liable to prosecution and punishmoat, and I wish to state for their benefit that any recurrence of this kind of thing will not be ollowed to pass as the last has been. It is a significant fact that a man may get drunk here on Sudayd, th? law to thu contrary notwith. standing. Yours, &c., THIOS. AT.DAY, Wesleynt Church. 10ol IS, ,
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. --o-- The following appointments bart been mnde:--Jame. A. Muirhead, M1irtoo, Deputy Electoral Registrar or the Trarnigon and Buln Bale divisions ot tile Electoral Distrnct of South Gipps'aud. The Council of thelNarr can Shire to be trustees for tlieceietere site at Moe, "vice" Mesa Brooke, Moore and Hasthorpe. resigned. Constable Esgleson as inpector of slaughter-houses in the shire of Tr..ralon. The following applications for licen see under the land Act have been refused: Mary J. Attwood, Alice F* dister, Narraeano. The following applications for licec see have been approved:- S. D Summers (2), J, Summees (s), Ioges dale
ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886
ROSEDALE. (Fonom our own Correspondent.) Mr. Baker, who for more than l years has been postmaster here, is under orders to move to Clone.. lie will be much missed, and will carry with him the best wishts of a.hrge circle of friends. At one time he took aRi active pert in Sunday school work Fie has been identified with. the Mechlisirs' Institute and Free Library from its inter tion to the preseit, and has done much to help it to its present position. lie. was a rnember..of the Old School Committee, and for some years was am member, of .the Board of Advice. For ten years or more he bae been orgeniet of St. Marks,. chbrch, u well as a mnember of the Board of Guardians.. As hiss removal mtrren promotion;hbe is to be congratulated on the change. Senior-constable Keen is. being transferred to MalfTr. Whether evil doera will rejoice or be sad time will shsow.
WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886
WESLEY AN CHURCH. In the above church service was con ducted on Sunday evening, by the resident minister. The subject of his remarkswae Rev. 3. and 2Q. Attention was,dificted to the first word in thosentenc,; 'Behold.' It usually precedes aii important an pounceinent and is used to arrest.atten. tion. The text represents Jesus waiting patieotlyfor admission to the confidence and affection of man. It is to be observed Christ respectq the dignity of man's natul and asks for admission instead of demand ing it as he might. Power hasbeen given toman as a moral agent which is ever regardnled by (lod. Thepreacherremarkd that to refuse admission to lhm who thus waits is to slight our best friend. It is also a method of becoming one's own enemy. To refuse is further to risk the soul's eternal welfare, for them? is no other ilame uinder leavenl given amofln men whereby we might he raved.
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886
. FARM AND DAIRY- PRODUCE REPORT. Messrs 3VFCs, MqIlwrick and Co. re port:-Cheesiei Market fiirly. supplied, bat our usual prima dairies were not to band; sales were very slack, Pqtted Butter.-Large supply forward; market still very dull; prices ranged from s?d to 8dlierlb. FreshButte&.-Largequantnity; prices considerably lower; half-pounds, Sd to 91d per lb. ; pounds and lumps, iid to 7d per lb.; iilferior, lower. Eggs (regular supply).--11d to Is Id per dozen. They also report by wire last night :-Pigs- Large number forward; stores in better demand i pork sao as last week; mode rate supply bacon ; sales somewhat dulLt
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886
PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCII. The Rev. J. G. Wilson preached, the subject being Jesus before Pilate. After reviewing, in order, the events of that morining the preacher reitmarked that many now followe the samn lines as Pilate, those of policy and expediency. It is not what do truth and principle demand, but what will pay best, what will meet the popular wish. In Pilate, Herod, the cltef priests, and the mob who preferred a robber antd a; murderer to Jesus, we see the terrible workings of evil. Men depart from the strai'ht course, yield to envy, hatred, and other evil passions, and do not know to what depths of wickedness they may descend. The capabilities in, and possibilities of wickedness to men areoapldling. By the grace of God alone can we escape. It was to save men from such evil, such wickedness that Christ came, that he suffered as he did. In Christ we see the'Lanlmb of God bearing the sin of the world. He is worthy to be received by all, to be honored by. all. Worthy is the Lamtb ...
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORTS. Melbourne, 10th February. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886
1?LLBOVIINE LIAV STOC(K IEPORTS. Melbourne. 10th Febraary. Fat Cattle.-About 1800 head came orward for the weeks supply, a fair pro ,ortion of which were good, but few prime .ere yarded. the demand was not so ctivo ts last week, and lat te rtes were lot nintailned, prices being somewhat Iasicr, the reduction being more noticeable n middling and inferior sorts. Prime pins of bullocks sold at from £11 10s to X13; good do, from £9 10s to I£1; ;ccond do,. fronr£8 to £9 ; inferior, from .5 10s. Prime pens of cows from .£8 to £ ; good do. from £7 10s to £8 10s; niddling and inferior, from £4. Messrs Richard Gibson and Co. have sold- 20 bullocki for Messrs Campbell iros, Tmnralgo Park to £10 10, averag ng £10 as; 11 bullocks for Mr A. Bland, 'arram, to £9 12s (d, averaging £9 5s &1 12 cows and bullocks for .3r 1. Haw :ins, Yarmm, and 12 cows for Mr Scott, Yarram, averaging £8 9s. Messrs W. Hamilton and Co sold 7 bil ocks for Mr Henry Millar, of Flynn's Creek, to £9,'and onh heifer ...
ELECTIONEERING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886
ELECTIONEERING NOTES. --u- Mr A. C. Groom addressed about 300 electors of South Gippsland, in the Athenmum Hall, Warragul, on Friday night, arnd met with a most cordial recep tion. The candidate expressed himself strongly in favor of the Education Act, wldch he said he would support in its entirety. He also referred to the necessity for tramways for South Gippsland. If returned heo would support a property tax, which would reach the rich man in town as well as in the country. He was in favor of local option. He would support another coalition Government, as good service had been rendered by the last. A vote of confidence in the candidate was carried almost unanimously. A meeting of the friends and supporters of Mr David Gaunson was held on Friday evening at the Mechanics' Institute, South Melbourne. Mr F. A. Leath presided, and about i6 persons were present. Mr Gaunson said he was not associated with any of the gentlemen running for that electorate, nor would lie ally himself with a...
COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886
CO ,E .IAL.. TRARALGON MARKETS. MIonday, Mlesrs Marriage. Orr, and Co. report: At Trlra'ron on Monday, 8th inst, atten. dance good, nmarketsonmewlMatabout recon rates. We sold-150 crossbred store sheep at 5s 10d; store pigs up to 13s; suckers, 8s Gd. Horses.-Hacks, £4 10s, L5, £i 15s, £7 5s and LIl 10s ; and pri. vately 31 head store bullocks at £4 17s Od and £7 5s; cows with calves, $4' lOi. We held our opening ht Sarracan on Wednesday, in our newoi yards. The attendance was large and bidding spirited. A large supply ofcattle and horses forward, all of which were in fair conditiou. We add springers from:'£15stoi6 ; fatcows £5, £5 10s, and £Li; do. bullocks to £7 lOs; storc.cowsA£3 Is 6d to £4 15s; steers £2 13s to 3 16s; horses, draughts, ~22 '.hacks £5 as, £6, £9 .10s.. We soll at lMorwell oni Monday. l\msrs A. 3l'Lcan and Co;. report :-We yarded 400 head of cattle, mostly, all of which.we placed at rates ruling about the sanio as previous week's. Our sales were -Fat bullo:ks, lig...
CORRESPONDENCE. SCIENCE—WHAT IS IT? To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886
CORRESPONDENOE. SCIENCE-WHAT IS ITt; To tIse Editor of the Tsaralgon R[trd. sln,-In my letter last week on thi shlbject, I gave the answer that "Scienenl accnrate !.nowledgesystemaatically arranged, I lieg space in this letter to say a few, word1 about the practical meaning of acurste. In illustrations I offer two examples of l.grece of accuracy which can he verifiedb 5ny one. lt--compare the joiats inn?rally well constructed post and rail fence with the carpenters' joinings iu a hoause a, its rooft floor, doors, .e. Compare the~ with the almost invisihle joints of a highly finished piece of cabinet work; each of theIs three kiuds of work' is accurate i a cersain degree. 2nd.--A great many persons, plough. men, &c., can by merely stepping overt piece of ground, tell its area with auffdicnt accuracy for purposes of ploughing, reaping. Sc.; fur purposes of sale and purclhae one requires the higher degree of accuracy which can only be obtained by skilful use of chain theodolite...
To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886
To the Editor of the Traralgon falsd. Sin,-With your permission I deair tol reply to H. W. P. in your issue of the 5th iist. VWhile thanking him for lis itutructire letter I have to let him know that I am nao afraid of science undermining religious thought. Ile has mistaken my motile, if he refers to the Record of the 15ult, he will there see a random statement that there i very much to show that a few millions of years must have passed since roa was createdl. This statement is it keeping with the geological, astronomical and natural histoly cases which I quoted In my letter of the 20th ult. H. W. P. can see that these statements of scientists are misleading, they are not truth they are speculations. the good old book informs us it is about sit thousand years since Adams time, and it is like all insult to the Christian to say othert. wise until it can be proved. lRespeetfully yours, 1). SULLIVAN. 8j~j88.
DESTRUCTIVE STORMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886
DESTRUCTIVE 7 STORMS. ,Last Friday. afternoon, about Mta past two:o'clopk,:a, very severe "toim broke over GedFlolg ain district. - Vivid flaihes of lightiiing were fiollowed by. heavy thunder and torrents of rain. In the town the hailstouen were nearly the size of 'marble, anid great damasge was done to the'robofs of houses and panes of glans in 'windons exposed to thie gle; whichliadiel 'fimi a north-, westerly: diretin..:F.r Tiit rees 'also suffered from tile terrific stornm, whilst garden plots, wers in' mny; istances desrdpyd: 'The 'gale' was ef?'en t ore tr'ribloi isi fsetcttfbtiteei': Conne wtrre a'ild fo'warre, ai distance of about 15 miles. The rain poured do~#h:ifii 'prfei t deluge,, wh ilst. the hailltones were quite as largd as hens' eggs. The stones were, of allshapes, masses of ice fulling thickly in tha. locality, referred; to. , The dwellihg house of th'il'raiivay stationmaster at Modewarro was badly damaged about: the roofiing$land ,the windows. At thebXi6uitWMorisc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886
T'IIAIALGON POST OFIUCE. MAILS I)DSIPATCHED. 31EI.OUltn E, and nil intermediate 'oflices daily, 7 40 am. cld 5"20 p m. SALE, and all intcrmn liate eulices daily, 11"15 a.1m. and 7 50 p.m. ' IleI-IEInD, daily, 11"15 .am. ad 7 50 p.m. WALIIAI.LA, via Toongalbie, 3lnjday Wed nle?doy, Friday. 11"l a.m. I iet 3lue, Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday, 740 a.m. GLESOAIIRY 'TOONsGA lE Daily at II a.m. COWWAlt . CALLIt.SEE, Tuesday. anld Friday 8a30 a.m. :Ty?ns. lTu?day and Friday, 12"13 p.mt. I, THE GREATEST .WONDER or MODERN TIMlSI Lan eaprience has prod thee fnmoue s recm ede to a? mar dfetual in curila either the dangemr mahdies the sligher complantsn which a more p micuanly in " denal tothe . fof a minerf, e to ths litim3 in the Occt?eral daos ofr these ill will guaud the system eoin those cvil? which Sote dem M c setrte bu a ae. vu:-?- gt, Cold.s and anl.durdcr. d the liver and stoach-tdhe c en ei o cru t cr. dyaeten.y, di .ees, i.d she3 o Sr thecaaost effetual remcdy eor old ra.ea, l'. atecn...
TOWN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886
TOWN DIRECTIORY. TRinArroy--inetr-.even nmiles from 3Mllbimurne, on the main Gfipprland-line, at the junetion of the llefvield line. : . Shire CGouncil.-President.. J. Peterkin Fsq., Cunneillows, Mesrsi G. Firtin's I) Camphell. II. Breed, Idlyeonth, Kelkher, Forsyth, Mill, and Varney; Shire Peeretary ,.nd lngineer. Mr J:utne O?mpbell: Inate Cnlles-or, Works Inspector,'&c., F. M'Kin. nell; Treonurer.J. II. Heed, monateer of llnk ofAustmlansin: Health ()fice,Dr Mnltgonteryy Inspector nt No snanes, Cotnstable DUnologhte; the OmunCil alan nrt re d local Ihnard df Health. and meet for bu.lnesa on the second Wednesday in the month at I I a I. LAW. -l'olire Magistrate, A. .I. lirowite, .sq, who holds enurts on the fourth Thun.. lay in every month, the Ju-tiees of the 1eace presidlng on the second Thurlday, at 10a.m.; t.lerk of Court, ail also Electoral legierrar,.Mr Charles Du Ve ; Jutices of the Peace, Meosra J. Peterkin, Dr Mloriaon It. Young, W. Whittake , It. Mackay, and J. Syk...