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BOOLARA. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

* OOLAIZA. [Fr·om 03:3' (0V33 CL'3'rep~e!33103t Thle I~c&.: rawf 333:11 1I3rs c!3anged hIul:(S, ?I cer.S. 110133l:323 323133· C(o., c \tci1303323ec , 3M'33g~ thle new 1 3~ar etors. 3 333 lierative 213 tile 332 hi~r, thle new\r t33331303'33)OcUt 1322£ 3 holet f3~)i~i thle oltI * 33~.3:1 ye ;,; . 33021 exespl? e to wocrk it 10ll: 323 3l t sive- andlit usiliess li kec ne·:~ · to 3:v*· cattle truekng~lr yarluis * 13 I~o lI; ii 0 3 3, dte:!, 33hich w:ill heI *..n..e1 ~jiosedl als these! :.se la1:u11y of I eth le o ie',l h u t~~l ~~lR:io l uoo ;l - noioh 3 '''3, 33313c:~! l 3i~? 2I2, 003 ta-:ll~ being; ot toi:.'3 3p~:i33V (odsid :'a Yil~to '' i:~~' 'ii s 3'3*333i3~ 33oi he.'r/ ii.:2. 13:33 1lolcr tskel :tcii~y o i 11:3cc 33:1:3l .0 3 ~l3l33i~ 3,, tuel 3.ill;g,a3321lt 333 cstcfI th~e resid~!::ot. A~ ti uc lo~lu of this fuecl 3305":333 ~ic10 tlio L~oco. Departio~cl~t (3£ t1to Vic~to323333 kiril ways for t1332 p'U'.poso'of tCSti33g it. 333331; 33 CI'T goodl with a 1es !cl-2 uggag;e t...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(To the Editor of the Traralgon Record) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

(Tat :~r E~iirrr of Ile T srn~gnu r s ,rdi. SttV,--erferrhin tn my letter of the 21st, 1 he:at ({pon goi.d tittlarity) that its del"'lt:itio naitcd uj oii the 'Miist er o Lands from ithe M"clchatucs Comnm ittee ont the date Ioent'iicd ini my letter, tnt simply a Iprate emt tqtty which has by smoni tisstake been constrti'd jitt dle1utatiutn, utid aiuatoittd a;s uich in the local janera and' lenrd. through utidch ssflrcC obtnuined y nzyi::nrnuatiat . Kiuntle insert this, and sa !s!insve anyI false imtpressions that mtay c.st in the matter. F. G. JIII1OKX.

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. UNBLUSHING IMPUDENCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

u :IIBL.id~tu ;! IIPUZEi CE. To iA.~ Enit,,r. iit.-Our frirnli I icklc' is nothing ;:;less itpildiniran 111h. it 0.0 nli-it tilanoar irutto!,t. ituioaoitul \ Iiisar I-~utit Ilin iii. t the linin oFt d 'puitatin, wltiih it Bcerie inerfered wiiltIhis vestal rigilt if in terviewinlg Crowni Mtinisters. \c nl, I inpu laI a Ia c-ncet right to dio sn lilt. cvre oilier inriipignat Brion nor an iid I fu.-l ormient iid fault with Slinu had it not l !LiS hialt lie folr f ii his c:ecitcr; ta ttic a ni. tiei compoucnt puts of the dcp c~n~r- tat io,. Nows as I iaiiinaipnTd to hi ii n tl oii Irii it tih time as ai iitiliniof a i puibtlic diepu. inn on (iti.:r mtnnicrsatti~n lfinnI harnni.nii iepus i byimaiy io he oii,.nf tile nifontiniat in «ijjiihiiils ~am, h ss iniirreid ou- poeiticail f rin~tiis :.ih, ;anti Inv ihj-rt in ritiin thii r;:niicl, Lint assuire LItiti Mr (len. 1licknti 1 henri of tie iniiire depuitaitiii, wra from iti: htiitirr r Ilirteo seru ri o yoi. Iis ii inei ninmurd in have to,...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEKLY GRAIN REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

T, ERlL% GIAIN REPORT. M?es:s R. Coldishorough and Co. rcport : Since the date of our last weekly report themr has been a large business translated il this market. The requirements ef shi?ppers of flour for the other colo:lis, leing still ahrge, has led to higher prices beinl given, and considerablo parcels of both wheat and flour have cha:ngd hai:ud. Our total sales during the week, prin cipally of wheat, 12,791 bags, and for the nmonth, 31,576. These large transactions necessitate heavy parcelsb ing withdrawn from store, and, unless consignments from the country come to hand on a larger se?lc than of late, prices aoe likely to make a further advance, as stocks on hand are strongly held, Feed grains are again dull of sale, the trade being fairly supplied at prcsent. The previous improvement in value has not been sustained, and the market closes dull. WIIEA'T hlasagain advanced 3d per ,ushel since our :last report, and closes in strong demand at from 4s 10d for medium, to 4s Ild for...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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THE ROSEDALE ROW. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

TEi ROSEDALE ROW. In a recent issue of this journal we reprinted from the Cippslandl "el'rcury":' aso?mewlhat lengthy eccount of part of the proceedings of the last meeting of the Rosedale Shire Council. Thu "Mercury" assayed to show how reftorts are " cooked" hy the "Times," the latter jour:nal ex:iresses much dis satisfaction with the action of the "?Mercury," and e.sec:ially complains of the reproduction of the nccouiit in the " iecor-d." -V-e have no desire to be drawn into any quarrel with rival newspapers, but as there is justice in the maximn? " Audi altemam partem," vwe act on it it, and reproduce the fol lowing arti:le !. hich appeared iu M'onda's " Ticsu": aVe regret to see that the editor of so reputable iani carefully conductedl : pper as thie "T'taraigon RPecordl" should have allowed himself to fiil into ti:c, error of teproducing fromn the Sale " 3Iercury" what purports to 1e all account of a portion of the proc"-dings at the last Ionsd ile shlire council. cvi dently w...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. Foo Chow, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

EUROPEAN TELEGAI 31. ---- (From nlelbourite paper.) Foo Chow, May 24. The steamship Pathan will take the lirst cargo of new season's teas for Mlelounrne direct. The steatmship Guthrie will bh des patched with thli lilit cargo of Cnew season's teos to Sydney direct. Both steamers will start simultutem ously twenty-one days after the open ing of the ml-arket. The l:ate of freight to both ports has been fi.e.i at 40. pcr ton. Foo Chow, 3iay 23. The new t.ea season opened to-(lay. :e_.tti ,:ca:; .adte 5fr the colonies eq:i:al 10,000 chests. Prices are very high, being fl-r .? to 1 tweis iin advance of the opc?ing rate.; of 1?:3. London. May 2 1. Tahe desnatch of the Britiali Goveru inint, notifying that they decline to :abroLglat tihe New I le!,ridtlt LiCovn tiol of 187:; h:as not yet b1mn 0 nrv.swer cd by the French Gov'ermhent, neithter have tihe FIrtnchl prs co:tnment.:d therecn. tLondon, tIay 25. The convlnti:o recently co;cltuded 1e?twt'eli the British atnd h?anirslt G'nwc:n,?nte, ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

COMM ECIAL". is :L30UI: 3A1I;iETT . LIVE SIICIl. it: ('atlt hi :ucame fr 0t,, i:on''· p ~r .tion of which wruc. of ;-vi 1 ) a golito-. There waos a full o:ttmi tnc oi orlaaod hiddin:s ,sert tin-'.;k t,= it, thepri:cero ruilled Lein, Ih "tit . 1 11, h icnll 1k :rivI:uce of those riulio' lsst we'1\ 1'rimec pens of lullnock -l4.1 fe' '1 to £1' ; scaro, to r1i4 1Hi ::i (o., fr :ootI0i 5to .- 110+.ll x.ion,1 do., fdo w fo ': ?o to £Y) 1' 0. iuf~r:.ir. f 'o £5 10. Primce ionscI c o (--n. lt k'l 1to £9 ; nid Ido. fro E lit.: to X710; mi lli1r, ur int'er'or, frot i1l~,rrl. '"it aniis Fsk ic G :totn rid C,,. have sold 70 uIii 'os for Mr Ge.org Armiaic I u'ali'v, fbomi Z) Is to '1o -121 (1 , ec * in £10 Si. Messtrs0 -ich irde'Git y sold Is illo cks for Mr A. il'lZ:iillan,1:1 ?''Its (-. : 19 h lo locs 1 fork Mers ('01010 ir"11 lion, Tml j o, Pi!:I:nt Iiollto :try:-,_i:, f"10 Ito 9: 1:t hi1 1~llocks~k for di e j".r"'1. orireo to 17 C,,..(t--l'erI:, to i 1 12- f11 bin; tio ll nit cic;. of .ec to...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

BIRTHS.   NETSON.-On the 23rd instant at Waurn Ponds, the wife of Horace Nelson, Esq., State School, Dereel, of a son.   MILLIGAN.-On May 14th, at Hotham-street Mrs J. S. Milligan, a son. MARRIAGE. M'MAHON - PHILP. -On the 1st of May, at Vau Cluse, by the Rev. A. Hardie, Thomas Mowbray M'Mahon, of Tyers, third son of the late James M'Mahon, of Long Beach, to Catherine M'Kenzie Stuart, third daughter of F. P. Philp, Esq., Tyers.

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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THE CHRISTENING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

TI1 1 CIllitSTE-.IN\(. No, T won t fnwgive our larsonl-noldoewn to my dying d;y. tie'd ,.ri' q':ait,.d a milinit : lntl's what I'll :alkt say. lint to ch:risten y boy, my 1.aby, with such nl oan lrl ::al- Why, nlhee's the use ,rtlkipn' i tell you, lie w:C-: to bl:uie. You ,^e it happened in this way : There was father au' Uncle Si, Aln mother, all' o? one Waintin' finger in the pie- Each with a name for baby, at cf I hadn't DIo Voicc. inut the more they tilked an, argied, the more 1 stuck to my clhoic.. "Scmanthy"-this was father-" vou'd letter take pattern by mother, 1,or she minled thirteen children 'thout nani snuch bother, As soon as she diskivered that fanily i:nltlOs was taoo fie Why, she jest fell hack on the Bible, as perfe.?sm air bao:d to do." "Semnanthy"'-this 'wa' Rul.enl--"'most any oie else could see That, betin' as I'm his fati.er, hedi orterba mined for me. oi say toy mny ne's old-frshioned ; well, I'im ohl-flshiioneid toe, Yet troarn t so long ago, mither, that both...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. TgstarOol-Ninety.-seven miles from )ielbourne, on the main Gippsland lice, at t)se junction of the Heyfield line. Shire pouncil.-President, J. Peterkin REq., Councillori, Messrs G. Firmin, D Campbell, TI. Treed, Bodycombh Kelleher, Forsyth, Mill, and Varney; Shire Secretary mad nginer, lMr James Campbell; Rate Collector, Works Inspector, &e., F. IM'in nell; Treasurr,J. H. Reed, manager of Bank pfAustralasie Health Offie,eDr Montgomery s}speptor of Nusances, Constable Donoghue; the Cuneil also act as a Local Board of Health, and meet for business on thesecond `Wednesdly in the month at 11 a.m. ~4.--Plire Magistrate, A. W. Howitt, eq., who holds courts on the fourth Thurs tsay in every month, the Justices of the Yeacs presiding on the second Thursday, at 10a.m.; Clerk of Court, and also Electoral Rggistrar, Mr Charles Dn Ve ; Justices of the Peace, Messrs J. Peterkin, Dr Morrison R. Young, W. WVhittakers, b. Mackay, and J. Sykes. Solicitors.-H. B. Serjeant, Nev...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

TRARALGON MARKETS. 3[r .ies Marriage, Orr and Co. report ; At Mourneil, Tuesday 25th inst. We sold for T. Theobald Esq, all his futniture effects, there was a large attendance and everything fetched satisfactory prices, we offered same day a few lots of dairy cattle which averaged £5, and during the week we disposcd of a line of milchers at L7 per head. At Loy Yang on, Wednes- day 26th instant; we held a very suceess- ful sale of cattle and horses for W. Pent- land, Esq., senr., at his homestead, the attendance was fair, and bidding through- out brisk, everything was sold, and prices ian as follows :--Milkers and springers, L3 17s 6d to L7 7s 6d averaging L4 12s 6d; store cows, L2 12s 6d to L3 1s ; bul- locks (forward), to L6 10s; calves, 27s and 28s. Several teams of good workers in store condition at L7 17s 6d L8 5s to L9 17s 6d.-Horses: Ponies at L6 15s; colts and fillies, L9 10s to L20 10s. Bullock waggon L18, and some implements at good prices. At Traralgon Thursday, 26th insta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

ZLost and ra'and. LOST from Marval:e, red and white steer, hearing TM1 ? i near rump and other bmllnds. 5i reward will be paid to any per ol viling formation that will lead to its discovery. Apply to Miss DWYEIIR. L03ST from ITnazelwood.-- 1 la horse. lame oif fore foot. 1 c:r.?stut horn,_. hiid fet white. I bro,wn hol?e, b:ind one eye :i;i rcw:iat ct dc!litr uof above to G :orF)lING, Ilazelwu?od, or To'unkns Iiute' M',rwell. SOST from Tnmln-on. Iay tolaylm ire. banded: near sel:nlder. llos reward c on rt:lrnlinog same E. A. CiOA'ITAS. Loch lar:k. O OST, Pay Mare, T' on s;hohlner. hip -. down. Finder r.?warned on application W'. WELLWtOOD, Livery Stables,. Trarnlnon. 2or Zanl or To Lot. ri O L.IET--1: :iw re Farm. cre.:k frontage e a.n. Ilurse and Tip Dray, Contractorr' plough. scoop, etc. (or for sale). .\pply-J. L. I;AIlRD, Tramrgu:n. Oil01' SALE. CIIEAP-Oner thce-horse L eath soop. Ynea st new. AI?nil WV':1' I:IOS., Tryraltgon t . S E.--Ve lrna.. ,cksfoot, Prairie. lA .d and1 Whh...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

MELBOURNE Queen's birthday was faced with   " queeni's weather" The lir:t e;,et ti   to a succe.;£fui holiday ix ti)t tll (,Il should he 1ine; given th?t 1 : " follow 'as a i itulul et ;i"i Although Moa.dity nl in i 1." cloudy :?ld thrat.enit , ol ,I dispersed the mists a:.,.(l , ] , hearts with hi,. gen:id :,,.. Tr'., was .such It plethand. of t ,, pr .ovided, tha it i'it ~wua iticu;t t which to patlIo iseO. t., h however, and there, was IiC I varliety to suit all. .1t ,C)ern,:i House in the rinl i f 1i Fl'. Il lie.s, ; :r,,-i' - the Governor rec-e.d'.ti thu,, aitýl" who were desirous of dlispl ii 11, thir loya!lty-aud seeing theh. lr, ,; i1ti newspapers next (dy. In t' eaft"ra -d thee w? 5'%s it 1'0010eW of thi, tr1"n j Albert Park. Thep ll.lestite sl ?i1s i total of 1:?9;l otli.err'r 'ai el 1 g?uls, Land 10" hOrlS . A 3 l!lt rll'li. dable display waslz muad,, a0111 th, variou. evolhtions, esp;eially the. , i e' last were :e!ll perfor-el. !li' opened with...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
M'CAW, MILWRICK & CO'S REPORT. Wednesday, May 26, 1936. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

M3CAXW, V'ILWRICK & CO'S REPORT. W.r-e.day, May 26, !S3G. We Ihe' our uisua sale to-day, .and give bdov- dlet:aied reisult of actul asal- Ch.eee--Irimc- dirie.s rre in fair snpply '\i l rc,:s r.u'_ed froni S?,i to 9].l p-r l! .M'i im to .,u-r ar.s,, in short s?pplyr andt r.'a '. frr-i i'd to Sd per lb. Inucrio from .4d upnwardo. Iatter. (i',ttl)---Prime new rnled from 'I to I' :3dl 1r ;l. l'rime o:d ' a in f.i!l =:ipp'. r.nd loiarikt very slack, and range frt,', 141 to l1 per 1b. Glood ranw cti frnom Sl to 9.1l pr li. Inferior from G6 upwar.l Bu:itr ('.Frh)--'rim dai.ries in lihlf -..v.nd., .e*r in .1 dImland, and rauged from Is ld to Is 81 per ib. Prime pti,-und a.n li.!'p-, frftjn Is 3:1 to Is 7d per lb. In fcrinr ft,: li pr lb. E.-s (re-tnilr:r supply) from is fld to 2s nOl prr doz.. ('.ar'sa;- l'rk front *i;I to 41 per lb. iHony I (Car.icn). 4 d to 5d per lb. Honey (lo-h) 3d to 31:i per lb. llccswa~,8i to 90. per lb. Turkeys. 7s to 12.1 per pair. Ducks, 5.s to 55 4! per ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AFFAIRS IN BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

AFFAIRS IN BJ3LGIUr. The a.pp a'.lling; of a-.,ide which rre va.ci'd in ilcigiun at the ltime of the recent widespread laho:r ricet in tl:t country is gr..tphirall described in the flelo'win ier,:s by "a Socialist cor respondcnt"' of the " Pall Mall Budget," who wrote on "March 28 :--For several days :;ast elg'ium has been in a ;tate of itadne.ss-a madness which, for dif ftrent reasons, has reached all chsses of the population. The ruling class--the rilch-fear a revolution which wonuld upset, :t one blow, lcth their political nud economic privileges: the middle cla:s, already hit so hard by the depres sion in 'tr:ade, wit its corollary, the Bankcruptcv Court, fears for its work shops, its shops, its plate-glass windows and Llteir contents, and its goods; the. working class is doubly dv Ias:isfied first because all participation in public ahirs-al-nl right of franchisea-is per' sistently denied it, and then because in many places its wages are lowered, while in others its factories a...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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THE FISHERMAN'S BEND CUTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

THE FISHEflAN'S T3ID C.UTTI G. T.'-" n?,.: f ,o::raaiti, tiro :;rie : :,- il :aher:n::n's BIend is nipitiy .pprc..ing co::p!ction, and it is n:naik."at t ,!:r. in the course of :;anothr ,.i':h t t! ,' whole of the 1mar1i til: tfiae of lthe `' . 'e.r will pass along ith"e neow- a-erwav. The vwork. the ,. .o:',:: ye undertaken by, the .".l,,::k : 1'ir±"er "Trhns, was con ir*:.! r:: t s l' ssit ebru'."y, ( st , S;d .;s. The contract price was 'c'. ''. hut, w.th the ex:nt work -whih i,. su1)b coIt'9Ctors have lbeen -.!,,- u.nn to n o. :he total ,ot vill S.ih'-.y :c a::.:h 00,f00. Tehy laves T hayi.ai ,: ,i: c a n :l 't i h th e e . c e p t in i ,'?it*: ll! ::"nt thi vailnk::s leftra: the ~ :ltr:.._ :.' we:. eili 'I n (111anceS. Tire t:. k ._ "l..".: : .he w: 1 .r in w il he c :.;,: ", :'uin. \ hrgl the piretset tweek. i--. , ;::.r ·i'lyip is at pr isent en ".:. i t:n d':'", hin a channel upt to the t.._-" .:, "':.'..:om,. a:d will shortly he i'.e.. i ey h: _elburne, which wilo 6 . i : 1...

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THE HOME RULE BILL. London, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

THE MiOM,1E RULE DILL. London, May 235. A. meeting of the Cabinllett wa?s inl to-dr'a, a:t the close of which B:" Ob:ld stone proeellded to itWindso . N othing is detfiitely known as to his olject, in obtaining an audioe;tee of the Que: . Londtn, Ma:y 25. M-r Glaidstone has suoninoneid :av me"t ing of the Ivil.:tal p:ety, to he hIt., to-morrow, wih,: it is expected that he w.iill] make atn ?nouniceent with :a view to arriving at a 'colprostise with regard to His Jri:;lh ilomre lie Bill, his object Iinlg to nmeet the views of the disselntient~ :uonoe" his followers. ir' Gliad.ston,'s visit to Windso r yesterday was of a purely formn:al cha racter. Loidoni, L. y 26. The conmnittee appointteli to sclect a succIs.r to Dtr iloor thouto, asn Bishop of lItlbouone .::ave not yet. come to a decision. Their iteetitng lnow stattids atdjoiirn"ed to Junie 8. Her majesty willt :rocee. on a visit o !U::lihnoral t 'mnorro.w, in :ccor-danee wit, pre:'ioust i-rr-nlsge?ssnts... London, May f`r.. IThe ...

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THE LIQUOR TRADE IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

THE LIQUOR TRADE IN INDIA. About two years ago (writes the Calcutta correspondent of the "Times") thle Iengl Govrcnmnent appointed a rlmmission .with lIr Ware Edgar as president, to inquire into the cause of the increans in the consumiption of spirituous liquors among the people, :.id to su.i:ast a remedy. After spend ing some months in visiting various Iarts of the province, the, commission •uhmitteml a 'report enumerating the folloing as the chief causs :--First, }he Walling influence of social and cL;c rrstrictio: ; eeconii the in reme-e in. th'e j. cicsi:1 power of the lo'r classes; third, tho susprn;io:i in 1578 of the old rule limiting the canacity of thie s~ti fourth:. the exees th'e 3:lier of liouns d shops; ifth, eic iplir';. r .seleo:to. of sites for ::ho1s. T1;c, ieecOm1eu(1ccd the eattb lisl ent f centr:diiliu i inlr t'nrnc, fiii'- a n3axiouns eapac'it.y for thi :atil is' c-e^_s distriict, andl a s:zii Inum p-i',", fr tie cheapnrst sorts of I ines-, tiesrecc's-m itajn of...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

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Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

TRARALGON DISPENSARY Chemist, Druggist, and Dentist (By examination). Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Victoria. 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 the district, on application Teeth carefully stopped and extracted, only the newest style of instruments used. The large Stock includes, amongst numerous other articles: Sooth, Nail and Hair Brushes of Kent's moanufacture, every brush guranteed Piesse and Lubin's, Gosnell's, Rimmel's, etc., Perfumery. Lavender Water, sever.al brands, Is, 2s, and 3s per bottle. Highly perfumed Hair Oil, scented with Otto de Rose, and Orange Flower Is per bottle ifedicated Lozenges, of every description MIarking Ink, genuine indelible, Is per bottle Superior Seidlitz Powders, made of pure chemicals and flull weight, is 3d Bisinfecting Powder, for checking the spread of contagions diseases Mustard...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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