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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

L:cu tons. MARRIAGE, ORR, t CO., AUCTIONEERS` riiOCK AND LAND AGENTS, 7Ur D SALES F i. l1E STUCCK t Din tirir ;rad, at. T:l~tItLt'A. 1' VI SetII I tI E: 1. . tu T I.AF:1L Iii J~ncrr i T ±.t itl;_ CA I'ýr uus I .u;U Adtctis-m lnt;lt CLEA~tI~NG 01 T ai ..other tALES ;'r tenly pa' t~riau.'t Pviiir~nl of N v %1·rlict:li Fin- !ninnnnre C~ NI, YTr It: 'itOf I e l seui5.(o r;'Yrki: n-il r enc C.. LO'.Y nr eie:' t. anil \':ALCATIO\:= HEAD OFFICE-TR[LtLMG N. MIOE WELL, MO1NDAY, JUNE 7 t rAIII IAGE. tuIti, & CO. viill nell on I ab, ushoe date at 12 U clt- i s Io Mlilkers .-d Spriogers 3 Flit cauS 100 JIML'c Cattle I Ifesee Draught Hera. Dray n d Iiar IbCSs ,ELLWVOOD'S GRElAT CLEARING SALE. LATIOIlE RIEIVER, 'rIIL'RSDA JUNE 3. -'It rAlttl:Il~E. Ot11: i& CO. -are releved 2... tn.teut.-ie-u frit: J-;.\Vt. itvete.E.'-. r u:: ha- it~asl hti- art::) t,Tfcrfr,troitee ? ? ? ? e :lua !t" tiit:-i hunt se-tesd41 aril _ .tnna *iesra -lieit the Isi ree't ilijer. nitt-ar iLe Vu.,t m~aittn. ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

TRARAILGON DISPENSARY PAUL KLEEiSATTEL, Chlems-rg and Deg t (By examination). Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Vict*i.C" '- ' 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: Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes of Kent's manunacture, every brush guranteed Piesse and Luhin's, Gosnell's, Rimmel's, etc., Perfumery. Lavender Water, several brands, Is, 2s, and 3s per bottle iEhlr perfumed Hair Oil, scented with Otto de Rose, and Orange FJower Is per bottle Medicated Lozenges, of every description Marking Ink,.genuine indelible, is per bottle Superior Seidlitz Powders, made of pure chemicale and full weight, ls 3d' Disinfecting Powder, for checking the spread of contagious diseases ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1886. THR NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

- ,.o?ioEx.i . IcUr P.nooiG vslr. (lublished every Tuesday & Friday morning.) ' TUErDATY, JUwE 1, Is86. THR NEW PARLIAMTENT. TaE new Parliament will meet for the first time to iegin work to-day, and ha the session goes on itwill be interesting to notice the progress of events. The programmue as published by Mr GILLirs soon after the general election, is a good one, and doubtless in the various * measures brought forward, the Govern ment will be fairly well supported. The principles of the Education Act, we are told will be preserved in their integrity, while- amendments inky be nmade for its more eilicient workilig. The priinciples of thistAct pre such as to cause a certain section of the com Inunity some n:uxiety. The fact of ex cluding the Bible from the curri culum, has had the effect of smakiig 'many enemies to our educational system,. and., eas given rise to the tierm." Golles" in reference' t4 the State schools. The termmito 'christian raindsis a very dieadul onet to "...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886

RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYM ENTS. Tnt'ur..n?rs-3. Rnat.H. ,Hlamptnn. A. Daley.R. 1ln_?tnil. arrnran Shire Cnnn cil. G. 0xcnnurlr, P. Pu.cll. E. E. Kay los.??ALr??.-W. If. Spence. T. Feely, S. ]falter (2). R. i,,r'a . wnrwr.r,,.-- . I"a-thnrpw. H. TH. ilh. J. Ohamlberhin, T. Clnmlwrlain. A. Cham Ierlain. jinr.. . North. RL O'Gorman. A. Darer. M. A. G nnlin~ .. Papley, D. Wal. don, A. Donaldson. G. )iilne. GRANTS. T. rnpeland. . . Firmnin (1). W. Onnlr. F. Tawullev,'Rev:. . M ercer and other-..Tam. Wri-ht. A. .ndcenlwneche (2). ThIm Seed. hnm (41. F Senrlett (2). W. Searlett. B. (;. Timbr. J:. 1ansfirld. A. Preen. P. Bcaton, II. Bou&ntow, F. Willia. C. Stammers. 'LEASES. D. C. Archihald. (G. Dare. G. hwrson. P Gnrman. .T. Genle. W. Iardy, J. W. Heesom \W. Innlach, Walter Marstin. L. M3artin W. M..nre. A. F.. M'Donald. R. Riggall( E. L. Simmons, .1. Shiells (2). P. Whelan (I) .. Whalley. sour. (21..T. Howanrd, i. Kell e her..1 howler. H Kicrgmard, T. Shanaha, F...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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DISEASE IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886

" DISEASE IN HORSES. A circular on the disease, supposed r to be stringhalt in horses, has been e issued to owners of horses in Gipps land, by Mr Pentland, inspector of. a stock for the district. In his note Il accompanying the following questions, a Mr Pentland remarks :-It would c seem to be the general opinion that s the cause of this disease is due in a i: great measure to the influence of a v species of dandelion which grows in : certain localities, whilst, on the other a hand, the disease somatimes makes its t appearance in paddocks in which little c or no dandelion grows. It may also s be of imnporance to notice-the nature a of the localities in which the disease t -more frequently ocburs tlh'aothlers, ris,, for instance, whet',er it. prevails more in river.flats or los-lying situations. t plain, open country, or ini highl and dry and fairly shelt"red lands. In t eitherof these places it is important to notice.the character of the herhage or h other food and the nature of the...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. M'CAW, M'ILWRICK & CO'S EPORT Wednesday, June 2, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886

--- --__--· CG16hEI~CIBL MELBOURNE 31Anl(ETS Mt'C1W, M'ILWRIC O'S E[( El Wedloeday, .June 2, lSb We held our iulsua It l to.d L r give below detniled rmult of rcttlal' Cherie-tPrimne dairies were i nold priie i rnn fr~ m wrIe ittc fii wn Mewilliot tim giO I Wtme til'i iil aat3,,,~~ m~i ad r alinet1 mm ( t ill per Iii. q, from 3: 1 upwanld t iito Iluttir (Pmmttmol).-Prine ntr Rt is miotratcm miitmtmly~market~ lhriot.ail~t nlit lr im 3d to i i er liiri. Plrii. uil nntlie Stippmv. tint matrket slat". nnlrn< rio ta p . ,1 01 to fr. &i to 9jl per It. IitiCuior frm at "paJo Botter (Freth)-Prirn. dun9 in 'li 1utijm 1. were iii ctirt "ipllil aoil lriiid, ninuI, ndl esritrl frmm I.tdi0. ti l'rimioe l innd" an"I. I iiiii nm 1 Ide `t -per lb". Inferioir from per IlI , ward-ic. iii I&_rcm Cr(ewmlnmsapipmly) lron IseI tol t l per die. C(artn's fork frio Sml titl jý1per Ilk 11ner Cc~timlnl). 3j Iiml to..1Hrt., Ig,n (hurt) 3:1 to 311 per Ilb. ieiae&t ej ier lb......

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MESSRS. R. GOLDSBOROUGH AND CO'S (LIMITED). WEEKLY GRAIN REPORT. Wednesday, 2nd June. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886

MES.i?~9. R. GOLDSIIOROUII ND A 's (LIMITEDt). WEEKLY GRAIN IP.i?T. Wal? esday, 2nd June. The anxiety disndlayed during the ,w by millers toi secire parcels of whellt j led to higher prices being gigen, and ~~ are now taking place at prics vlrin rfeim 5s np to 5.s 4d, kiig a furthers vance of 4d per bushel since our Lte" port. The transactiois are altogether the part of millern to supply their . tracts for flour to the other llonies~ ft whence the demand continues a keen at oy period during the. se?slon. The recent favorable weather htra. alled farnmers to prGeed with their sornj olperations, tlhs preventing hrger h qi plies coming to hand frotm the onttr, the total quality of wheat aud fllutr arris. ing at Spencer-street ~ettenlvy nluoautitg to only 24;ti hgs. While such short l plies contillnue there is no lprnilpet qf, dnerease in value, and stocks inl M, will have to be drawn on to meet rquire iliets. " The surpilus still remaining for essnr. after supply our own reqluirements h...

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886

OPENING OF PARLIA MENT. LEGISLATIVE GO l(NJCTL. The President took the chair at four minutes past two o'clock. Inmmediately afterwards the Usher ninnounced the approach of his Excel lency Sir Hlenrv I. Loch, who entered the clamber accompanied by his suite. His Excellency then read his ad dress. NEW MEMBERS. Mr J. H. Connoir, the newly elected nmember for South Western Province, and Mr W. P. Simpson, for the Northern Province, were introduced, and having taken the oath of allegiance, took their seats. PAPERS. "The following papers were laid on the : table of the council :-Seventh annual report of the Government Statist on friendly societies; report of the Royal Commission on Lunacy; report of Inspector of Explosives for 185 ; circular re international courts as to war ships; returns of the l1el Imourne Harbour Trust from 30th June, 1853, to the ilst. December, 1885; notices under the Fisheries Amend mnent Act;- and customs reveinue returns for 188:.. .FEDERAL COUNCIL:. Mr Lorimer pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886

Lost nd Found. LOST.--oan heifer, branded B oa near rump. last seen near Traral gun. los rewanl for information leading to its recovery. Apply to G* BOND, Moriell. LOST from Maryvale, re and and white steer. hearing TM on near rump and other brands. 5s reward will be paid to any per son giving information that will Ieal to its discovery. Apply to Miss DWYEI1.. LOST from alazelwtKxl.-1 hay hore, lame off fore firt. I chestnut hore, hibnd feet white. I brown horse, Ilindl one eye Itu reward on. delivery of anlve to G ItOLI.)NG, Iazerlweod, or To:kytns lltc' 3Morwell. LOST from Traralgon, hlay tnny mirc, bandled near rblirl,.lcr:' lt reward 0 on returning tame to .E. A. COALTS. Loch Park. LOST. IBay Mare. TN n, shoulder, hip down. Finder rewartl, on application W. WEI.LWtOD, Livery Stables, Traralgon. SOST.-Dark grey horse. brandel S on nff L hnlder. £1 rewanl v?ill be paid for the recurtory of the alave. JA3IES SU313IERFIELD. ' Merriman ' Creek: BRITISH & FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY...

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A CASE OF MATRIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886

A CASE OFr MATRIMONY. An amusing instance of the impul siveness exhibited by some men when they have made up their minds to become benedicts, came under our notice a few days ago, when a station hand, familiarly known as Tom, in duced his fellow servant, the cook, to accompany him to this town, thatthey two might become one. On arriving here by an evening train, they betook themselves at. once to an hotel, where, in the expectation of being married without difficulty, suitable apartmnents were at once engaged. But who can always foresee trouble 1 The blushing bride was allowed to wait in the sitting room while the exultant bridegroom proceeded to find the whereabouts of the liegistar, but on that official being found, it was also found that she had not a permit from the goverunent to enable her to oblige the applicant. The aspirant for double harness honors was then compelled to seek a clergy man, "for," said he, " I must get married to-night, if possible; I would give £6 to be marr...

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THE MAXIM MACHINE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886

THE iMAXIM MACHINE GUN. This remarkable gun, which by simp:ly pulling a trigger once will feed itself and fire away continuously at tihe rate of 600 rounds per minute, is the invention of all Americatn ge?etle man, MSr Mimem S. Maxim. The gun has a single barrel, and is arranged iii such a way that the force of the recoil froin one round at themonient f firing is utilised, and forms the motive power for loading and firinig the next round, and so oin round after round in suc cession. In fact, one recoil performs nil the functions of bringing the next cartridge into position, forcing it into the barrel, cocking the hammer, pulling the trigger, extracting the enmpty shell, and ejecting it from the gun. To effect this the barrel is so mounted in its case that at the moment of firing, the recoil drir'es it'lack-ward :alnut three iluarters of an' inch, awlt it is this movement of the barrel alone that ac tuates the mnechanism of the gun and enables iftoo k-eep up a continuous fire. Tihe g...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. THE HOME RULE BILL. London, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. -.... (From Melbourn.. pap rs.) THE HOME RULE -BILL. London, May 31. The evasive statement made by Mr Gladstone in-.the -House of Commons on Friday in connexion with his pro posal to prorogue Parliamarit after the second readcing of the Home Rule Bill, and to.bring forward a new bill in the autumn session, is producing an in: creasing revulsion of feeling against the measure. " Many members who had intended absenting themselves from the division on the second reuding have now deter mined to vote against the hill. London, June 1. AMr John lBrown has announced his intention of voting against the second readingof the Home Rule Bill. Thin "Daily News" considers that the bill is in imminenit peril, and a.lvises the Government to resort to an immediate appeal to the constituen cies. The meeting of M.r Chamberlain's fIdlowers in Parliament took place to day, as previously arranged, 45 :mem hers beingpresent. " A resolution .was .pi ecl pledging those present to vote 'ar...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.i [By Wire.-From our Correspondent.] Thirsday evening. The inlnest on the body of James Lane, the victim of theGimpson's Rmad assault on .sturday night, was commenced tid-day. Formal evidence as to the identity of the boly was taken, and the inquest was then adjourned for a foirtniglmt. The matc with the Anstralians ?gainst the North of England haslmeenahlndoned on accon?lt of the heavy rain ; it wact de cided a draw. The match against the Gentlemen commenced to-day. Fotteringh;am, the third officer of the 14-ce-moon. Ihas been arrested on acharge of manslaughter. A deputation representing forty agri ciltural .soieties waited on the Hons. the Treasurer and the Minister of Lands and asked fir an .increased vote. A promise was mads to iive lus 3d for every £1 raised locally; .am increase to -O0.000 of the total vote will be considered. The same deputation saw the Railway Conm mnissinners about grater concessiois to the country districts re return tickets. Full cons...

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THE LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886

THE LIVES LOST. Those on board who were saved are as follows :-Saloon passengers-Rev. W. Poole, of Brisbane; D. C. IHarris, of Christy and Co, hatmuakers: A. Smith, A.S.N. Co., Sydney ; Henry Ad:.ms and Herbert Luiasdaine, of the B ul' of New South Wailes. Of the crew the following were saved :-Cap tain Webber (who was the last to leave the ship); J. Hutchinson, second officers; James Fotheringham, third officer; W. Thompson, steward; 0. Thorpe, hoatwain ; Francis M'Nally, A.B.; BDer.-gl', Andrew Jemison, A.B.; Michael Tyrell, A.B.; Dougal Robinson, carpenter. All the steerage passengers were lost. Some fresh particulars are to hand of the passengers who lost their lives: William ,Tohnstone, aged 21, saloon pssenger, medical student University, was goiilg to Sydnsr for a month's holiday; son of the latd CaItai??Wil liatm J ohnstone of Sydney aiid ~Carlton, ulnd nephew of Mir G. H.-MNott, of Richmond. Was in his second year's course at the University, and was con sidered a very promi...

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LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886

LIVE STOCK. F .t Cttle.-i1875 head were enterlf r sale. The pr r±lotiion of prime wsni.: n&lirly s large as last. rNirk'.t hda, Ce: there was a fair sprinklin .,f c rI. duality yanlel. dales were 6risk4&2l last week's mrates wlere nwel dintainl Prime peis of hall, ?ki ?1,d at fr,, LI, t 1.13 ; extra -"viglhi. ti L1)5 1l; i .l doi., from Ii10 10 to LI 1los; ?sei i,., frml L7 0l to, LJ Ils ; inferior ftmn 1. 10. ; prime pM'ns of cOwi, frim I. to 11 12s Iil ; gstsl dil., fr?ln Ib I10N to 1. 10s; niddlinig amil inferior from IA. iMess Richarlid Iil?s?in and Co. m.old 14 ows aed lihlocks for MrJ.,, 3l Ma;cMillan, filal. wsoil, the later at 1.10; 1 hUillIrks jr Mr .I. W. Davis, jmn.. Yarriji \aream: 11 bullocks for Mr W. Ilblan, IYaree Yarralil, to LH 11s, averaeing Li 74 1 I1: 10 lbulloceks for Mr Il. Ilikson, Tarras Yarratnii, at Lll 3s (I ; 10 lUill.'sA fr M1essai ('unplljcl Ins.. Tnlirson Park. 14 5is, arergik6i. 1,10 1. 31d; 10 lallu , for M1r liiwea, Aniliurn Vale, a...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, 1ST JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TFSiDAY, IST JUNE. The Speaker took the chair at half past four oclock. THE LY-EE-MOON DISASTER. Mr Zox asked if the Government intended to take any action for the purpose of initiating an inquiry into the cause of the wreck of the Ly-ee moon, by which so many valuable lives were sacrificed. iear, hear). 3Mr Gillies said the Government did not intend to take any action at present. The matter was outside the jurisdiction of the colony, and the Govennment were not in a position to do anything until they ascertained the result of inquiries maue in New South Wales. JMr Wood. remarked that the House could hardly be satisfied with that answer. He thought it was not beyond the jurisdiction of this House and the colony to take..some action in this matter, as the vessel sailed from this port. Mr Gillies regretted being misunder stood. What he said was, that at present the Government were not going to move. Mr Woods said that under these circumstances he woiuld like to d...

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CORRESPONDENCE. MORMONISM. (To the Editor of the Traralgon R[?]). [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886

CORRESPONDENCE. MORMONISM. (To the ?litlr of tAh ?rThr.g.s Rsanl). SIR,--I am Inot a Mormon ol tl1 as to le a goild Morman, a mlanl lutIIst, s I under. stnd, IIne'estrily, hrove more titan oFn wyife, and a? I have fintld one wife qu-it .trouble enough, I think I am nit likely to lea conve.rt to Mrnomnisam; I would wnver, thele s, with Vyor permission, urgosntlll thing in their favor. . Persecuted andl rlbed they took refseu after enduring inlnose iprivatio, ii Utah, finding a desert they have isulte it a paradhie--they have rtised tanItal latel to the dienity of a religioni-" Yu chnio to be a Cliritian to be a M3orimon, your first duty is t., takb a piece of grulled aml make it produce food for you and for yrew faunily" this hias been, anli still is tlir lractical belief. They are truthful, tenr Iclrate, honest, chaste', the drikiitg am' gambling places, brothels,,&c., are klept I. (:entiles,. Christians of onsa', ra Pharisees, who thanl k Oil they are not:. these aecursed l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. Ta.rauL.oy--Nintv-s.even miles from .h lbh'urne. tn the nmain Gippaland lice, at the junction of the Heyfield line. shire .Cuncil.-Presidenr. J. Peterkin E-q., C untilhl.., Mesrs G. 'hirnn I) Csmps--ll. II. Bred, dIodycumb, Kell.,hcr, Forsyth, 31 II, and Varn'y; Shire Fecretary 'r.d Kngineer. Mir Jsamen Camnbell : Rate Cellec:or. Wonrs In.spectr . c., F. 3'iKin. ne ll; Trc-..urer.J. H. Reed, '. namer of Bank of Australasia: Health t tffi e.Dr Montinmery Inspect.r ot Su sances, Constable D.,nohune; the C..*nil ald. art as a I ocal Board of ]falth. and meet for bu;ine-s on thesecond Wednesdayin the month at II a m. Ijw.--Volie .M3gietrate, A. W. H".wit, ..q , who hold- courts "n the furth Thne day in every month. the Justicos tf the Peacepresiding on the second Thursdavt, at 10a.m.; Llerk of Court, andal bl. ctoral Registru, MSr Charleot Du Ve: Juticer ut the Peace, Messrs J. Peterkin, Dr Maorstinn H. Ynung,. WV. W~hittake. a, . Mackay. and J.Syke,. Solicitors.-H. B. F...

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TOTAL WRECK OF THE LY-EE-MOON. SEVENLY-ONE LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886

TOTAL WRECK OF THE LY-EE-fIOON. SEVENLY-ONE LTVES LOSF. Early on 3Iondtlay morning intelli rmnce t?anched Mellruithre that. the pns s~e:ý sta-te?slr Ly"r-n?-oon had been wrecke, :it. Gnr C:eqre, while ,he was on herc way ?rom .Mlbnurnie to S-dney, and that between 60 and 70 lives had t;,E lIst: Lter' ne. s confirmed the painful stor" and left much cause for wnder why the. e at-?tratihae should h-re hapniietl :This is still uner: .pl:iiil. the weitherwasfine andiclear, tie crast is a unamiliar one: ti Green Cape liht coukld be plainly seen, the ,.,at wlas in char.'e Of tone.of the most vmrst of t`h"eirsptrn~ of the Austra lian Steam Navigattion Companv, to whemu the ill-fated ship belonged, and ver s!Lhe w wrecked with a fearful .-,ut -unsst and gavoe-no worntof warn ini of the peril that was inmmiuent. She p?ai-ed Galbo Tshanm at a quarter to eiht, when Capt.ai. - Welber is re prteal to have riven a course which would have taken her well clear of t(;ren Cape. He then left the deck, ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886

Auctions. MARRIAGE, ORR, & CO., *'AUCTIONEERS, S1OCK AXD LAND AGI;NTr', HOLD SALES OF LIVE STOCK Sin their Tynl at TRARALaO-X I For'r.XonTY' *J N;l~II- AND' 1ORWEI, s., TRAAI.GART I, "MIn.Tm. NAKRILAtA'.N Pv I ur I I ItlO: I Advcitisiucmts CLEARIIG OUT. andl nther TSALES Ir~n " i"rly Ipu ttlnr!gh. AGKNiS 'FOR- Natin inf Neiw Za'land.ii. Insurmanc Co I :l,,nia131 utl IFirvand Lif !wma Iu-n-c? . New Y.irk Iil.e it;.iru.ic. o,. ,%:w Z7.landl l!,rr.ntilr Agoicy C'o. LOANS. 'ni. tiaed. . ani VALUATIONS nmaile. II :AD OFFICGE-TRAIfALG- N. TRAFALGAR, FRIDAY, JUNE 4TH. EXTENS-ITI CLEJAitlNG-OUTI'SALE. M AIIRIAAGE. ORR. ,& CO. are .favarol w :ith in.-rlntiiti. fronm \t. Ilwinl.~a, YE1. (wiho is Icavihm, the' rtdtunv). to s?l hli pul>ic anctiIn, in 31tsllm.sirdun, aud t'ox yanrd at Trafani.r. His choice firinmof 87 Acres, liidf-a-mile from the Fall. Stntion on Narracan lailway, close--to iMr Steward's HopGarden, all mc.iificent choco late soil,;wnr- wfit Eiglisdih .ra.ss· :...

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