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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886
TRARALGON DISPENSARY PAUL.. 1 LEESATTEL, Chemist, Druggist. and Dentist " Member of the Pharmaeuiitical Society of Vi~t ria. Physicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes most carefully dispensed The exact copy of every Prescription is regi.tered for future reference.. Medicines forwarded proimptly to all townships of the district, on applicatioi Teeth carefully stopped and extracted, only the newest style of instruments used. The large Stock includes, amongst numerous other articles : Toothl,,Nailuidl Hair BrHsli s of Kent'-. n.ii ururn-tt i ?,e ry bru?h guranteed Piesse and Lulin'as Go.nePl's, Rimmel's, etc., Perfumery. .Lavender.\Water, several brands. Is, 2s, and 3s per bottle 3ighly perfumed Hair Oil, scented with Otto de Rose, and Orange Plower Is per bottle Medicated Lozenges, of every description M:arkiny Ink, genuine indelible, Is per bottle Suporior S.idlitz Powders, made of pur- chemicals and tfill weighistIs 3d: Di.infectin? Powder, for checki-,g the spread of-contagious d...
MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886
MELBOIRNE. [From our own Correspoldent.] Thursday. At two o'clock the ceremony of opening the first session of the thirteenth Parliauent of Victoria, by His Excellency the Governor in person, took place in the Legislative Council Chamber. Immediately after - the general election in the beginning of March hlat, the swearing in of members of the Assembly w.as performed by Caornissioners. That was on the 16th March. Both Houses then adjourned until last - Tuesday. Tlhe avowed purpose of swvering-in elln members '? soon after the electioiilaws to enible them to draw their monthly cheques. By this means they have been enc.abled to reccive pay for ten weeks before tlheir Parliamentatry labors properly commenced. Tih weather was fine, though cold, and as might be expected there waLs fairly large gathering of I uliecs -in .th l Legislative -Council Chamber, but to suit the season their costumes were of subdued hues. There was idlso Ri fair attendance of the Consular body in the Chamber, and...
The Traralgon Record. "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE[?](Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1886. SHIPPING DISASTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 4 June 1886
(PublLdh,1 everyTiat.s"a &.i iay :norniisg?A FRIDA.Y, Jl'\, .,ss;: i ,'ie SHIIPPTNG. DISASTWEiS. Tui s ~. intelli-ence which has ,r cently cone to us fromn Cap;. G(.rno is another, of those severe Icssons whicih are oc':isioninlly,. taught the.-.luiinan . race. If Slnipirecks occuir, ther' is alwayssonc goold reasolt to he 'given for their occurrence, ad(1 it is tho d(uty of those iwho escape to"' endel'or to discoveri thlt re so?i, ald to take steps four'the prevention rt such mishaps iin the future. If the L Tv-i:-rooI haid been the first Ivessel whilh had colal to grief on this.. aruiculai part of.the .co?at, perlips the wrekcl w-ould have.;he-El looked upon ns.a .inere accident, iand thougt h the deeaiest srympatlhy w ould have beeni felt 'for ,th1 unfQrtunltdqt voyag3ers, it i, possiloe that.. io decided steps would hatal been faken to pre i'ent i. recurrence of a similar dis: ister. Th!at there in reasons for such a supl~ei tion, we ac: assireld h. tln uunilmr of wreck...
LATEST INTILLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886
LATEST INTILLIGENCE. [By Wiro.-From our Correspondent.] MELBOURNE. .Monday evening. Mr Murray Smith hlul a semi-official welcome to-day in the Town-halL The Mayor and manny other representative men were present.. He is to be enter tained at'a banquet on Monday next. Mrs Bromage residing at Balaclava, was run over by a train last night iat a level crossing near Windsor. Sir William Stawell arrivcd to-day from England via Hobart. A man, named Henry Kelly has com mnitted sliicidbr at Flemington, he: was .fifty-five years of age; no cause assigned. In many'yof the chdrches "yesterday special reference was made to the Ly-ee' moon disaster. Over twenty cases of Sunday trading. were abandoned at the Licensing Court as the summonses had not been issued' by the authority of the Court as required by section 51 of the Licensing Act. A pnblicau named Griflinwas fined :10 on" a seconid co'ivictioni for Sunday trading.
FOOTBALL. MORWELL V. TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886
- FOOTBALL. SM oRWEi.L V. TRAoamLOS. " The. first match this.season between these two clubs was played ion the Agricultural Reseire, Traralgon, on Saturday. Considering the very fine weather-which proeailed there should have been a much larger attedanice ofspectators to witness the match, but. there were probably not more than 100 persons. The. visitors arrived by the mid-day train, and looked as thougll they would give the ideal men plenty'of work'to hold their owni with thom;'but as was'subscqueutly shown,, their appearances somewhat belied them. The game which resulted in a decided victory for Traralgon by 5 14 behinds to 4 behinds, was played throughout with the greatest good humour and friendliness of spirit. Tec defeat' ,f the Morwell team is in some sense attributable to the fitet that' they have been deprived of their pmetice ground, and have been unable to find a piece of ground in their. township which is suitable to practise upon. The respective teams were captained by F....
BOARD OF ADVICE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886
B OAR''' O-F' ADVIb E ELECTION. Yesterday the polling for the election of five, cnndidates to form a Roard of 'Advice to represent the east and central ridings of theTraralgon Shire caused very little excitement. Up to the time of our going to piress there were two two returns to. come, but they' it is thoulght cannot materially alter the appcnded figures.'
THE NICOLSON FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886
THE NICOLSON FUND. The following list of subscriptions to the above fiund has been forwarded to us by Mr James 'Shipherd, the hoiorary secretary to the - movement There nra still some amounts iromised which have yet to be collcted: By Mr Mitchell- . s..D: Mr Jas. Slater ... ... 5 5. 0' ,,D. Campbell, Trarlgon 2 2 0 T. Pratt... 2 0. 0 ,,R. Young . 1 1' 0 ,, C. Taylor 1 1. 0 SJ. 'Iitchell . 1 1 0 ,, . Scott 1. .. 0 E. Filmore . . :0 0 ,, J.H. Reed . 0"0:. S. Hambrook . 0 00 ,, Marriage, Orr & Co. ... 1 1 0 , A. M'Lean &Co ... 2 0 ,, J. Berminglm .. 1 1 0 ,, W. O'Meara, jun. 10 0 Thomas Mitchell . 10 0 t R. Dbtiglass .:. . -10 0O J. Widdis ... .10 0: ,, C. Neville 10- 0, D. Kilmartin ... 10 0 ,, S. Murphy ... .5 0 Friend ... 5 0. ,, A. R. Berry ... ... 05 ,, Kiley ... . .. 5 0, Friend ... . 0 SArchibald . I. 0 0 ,,W. Macmillan, Hlazelwood 1 0 .0.. ,, W.ryer . ... 1 0 0 F. W. Humphreys 1- 0 , Tulloch ... 3 0 A. Christian .... . 1 0 0 By Glen-arry Sawmill- Mrlf Jo. Lai~" ...
A USEFUL INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886
A USEFUL INVENTION. A discovery has been made by Mr E. L. ýitchingmnan, of Collingwood, of an anti-fouling composition for ships' bottoms, which promises ta:be of con siderable importance ta..ship proprie tors." 'For ssme' time past Mr Kitchiingian's attentionwas .directed to the need for providing some sub-' stance which would prevent the growth of marine life upon vessels, and three years ago, after having had a long experience in the treatment of quartz pyrites, he conceived that it was pos sible to utilise the oxide of iron ob tained from them for that purpose. No diffitulty was experieniced in pra ducing the paint, but at first it was found that, when cooling, it solidified, and so could not be applied-to the iron orwood. Eventually Mr Kitchingman discovered that the material could be rendered soluble by mixing .the, finest Stockholm tar with it'. when the ingredients were in a boiling condition. The pyrites required for the manufac ture of the enamel are obtained from the Beth...
The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday Morning.) FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1886. LIGHTHOUSE IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886
"MODERATE, BUr PROGRESSIVE.t' (Published every Tuelay.& Friddy morninig.) FRIDAY, JUNE 8; 1886. LIGHTHOUSE IMPROVEMENTS. LONG hefore the first lighthouse was erected ,upon the famous. Eddystoiie rock in 1696, British .minds .hadiseen the iiecessify of suchiiistitutions and when WiNSTANLEY began the erectibn of:his lighthouse upon the ;rock ini the year named, a new .era.for Biitish mariners -had. begun.-. :.WirssA.r.EY used every means at his disposail to make the structurie a l?sting iia bll as a useful-oriei;?nind tlireeyeiar idre taken up in its constructioni.- W~hen it was completed the architectwias so confident of the durability, of the structure, and its power to withstand the -raging: waves, that' it is said he expressed a wish- that he might be in it.when the.fiercest ofstorums::pnssed over it.-Unfortunately, for.ihkit his wish - was :grated, and-in '1703, some four years. after-itwas.uilt, a winter's tempest ldestroyed it, -and its ,builder perished with it. A" few...
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. THE NEW HEBRIDES. London, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886
EUROPEAN TELEGij (From Melbouirne papers.) THE NEW IIEBRIDES. London, June 3 Mr Benrry, the agent-enerl or Victoria, had an interview tO.dat wait Lord Rosebery, Secretary of State f, Foreign Affairs, upon the question cf the New Hebrides. Lord t tosq n informed Mr Berry that the FrelaO Government had absolutely declhdis cede Rapa to Great lritain. Aukland, June, Colonel Sargood, of V ictorsiý telegraphed to a clergyman iinthis 8ci ti?a:t an important despatch laso ? received from Lord Gnmville on th subject of the Ne:-. lIehrid thl covers a French otlicial note deelarin that the New Hebrides are wanted France to secure native labor for b Pacific Islamls. Colonel Sargoddd " As tiis meains sllavery, surely NC New Zealand will never agree." It expected that a public tmeeting will 1, held in connection with tile question.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886
PIRESB?TERIANA CnURCi.. The.t.?xt was 4th verse of.thle 23rd P.isali,'Yea,.thlough T walk through thc v.alley.of the shadow of death I , ill fe'rj noleyily, for thou art iea?r.me, thy rod and .thy staff: they :coniort nre." The,.lley. id .the;. shadow. to the. Psalmist w.as not an experience ishiel .as abhorrent. The fear with .hieh many: regard death-the lastand great est of our earthly trials-is in .aceord anice with the trust they have in God and Christ. • They.look on it with fear; they shun it-and all its- cpnnexions as they ,would something :disagreeabl ; they, would put it from. their minds altogether... No, it is best to look at the matter calmly and full in the face, and see if there is not a any in which it may be overcome. The Psahnist had God for his portion, and with him he would not :fear.' We have also the assurance that the last enemy that shall be destroyed is death. This has been effected by our Saviour. There is therefore a say of escape to the be liever, and furt...
CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES. Washington, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886
CANADA AND TILE 'UEITED - STATES: SWlashington, Jaune 4. .Continued excitement has ief caused in the United States. by the ction'. of the -Cnadi' ns in:sein:ig American fishing vensels. THE .AUSTRALTAN MAIL SERVOCE. London, June 4. Mr Thomas Sutherland; MP.,hair. man and joint managing director of the Peninsular and Oriental'.&Ste Navigation Company, "5ates tint the tender sent in by the comtpiaty for the federal Australian miall senier is a moderte. that he i-loontfidlnt it willL accepted. It is probable that the, eCdu~any will build several larger vessel to engage in the Australian. trade, with the view of pnroviding aecoumunlatioa .for. the carriage of greater numbern of passengers at cheap rites. THE PARCELS POST TO AL'S. TRALT A. London, June 3. It is definitely manounced that the Australian parcels post will be estab lished from 1st .July next. The' Iome Post-httice authoitieh have 'codiiplintemited ' Sir. *ull- S;uauel, the .agent-gencral for "New South Walts, upon hi...
THE HOME RULE BILL. London, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886
THE HOME RULE BILL London, June3. In the House of Comwons tadn Mr Gladstono stated that be hopedtll debate on the secoidl: re?ding of the Government of Ireltnd Bill would closed on Monday, -indtlhat a di0isi would be taken ontthat lay. .. n "Loidon, Jane 4 An. offer hles been received fm 200,000 Orangemei resident inCnad to help the Loyalist inhabitants ci Ulster in thue event of their rin, against the .auithority of the, Iis Parliament proposed to he estalbri by Mr Gladstone.
TYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886
TYERS. Campbell, 3 : Gnlbmith, 3: Walker, 3; Wilson, 2; Jones, 2; Kayre, ; Barton, 1 ; Montgomery, 0.' The returns fron Flynn's Creek, and Jeeraling road are yet to come. Total :-Campbell, 77; Walker, GS .Tones, 62; Montgomery, 5 : Galbraith, 657; Kaye, 45; Barton, 40; Wilson' 39. It may be assumed,? that Messrs. Campbell, Walker, Jones, Mongomery and Galbraithli are,: the :five - successful candidates.
ST. JAMES' CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886
ST. JAIss'.. CnuvnR. - In St. J.Tnes' Church on Sunday morning the Rev. J. R. Walker preached in tie morning from St. John, SGch., 16v. "A little while, and ye shall.not see me; anud. again, a little while, and ye shall see me, because I. go to the'-Father." -The Rev. gentle man said: The Lord appeared, to be referriing to the crucifixion, which was nigh at-hand; .Apart from the brevity of life, a "little-time" is mentionled. Seasons conme and go,.thcy are but nor a little while. Tlhe vacant chair, the empty couch, each echoes the words of Jesus. Time is very short and should be made the best of, every opportunity of using it should be grasped. "Then spread your sails to catch the breeze." We should plough and sow at the proper season in order to be able to reap abundantly, and we should re member that a thousaind years with the Lord is as a day. It might lhe asked why. should this change take place with the Lord 1 :why his depar ture from them and his reappeannce 1 Having departed ...
CHURCHES. WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886
CHURCHES. WESLEYAN CnuRclI. In the Wtsleynl Church on Sunday morning Mr Cannaul took his text from 25th verse of the last chapter of Thessalonians: 'Brethren pray for us.' View foi a moment the picture pre sented to the mind in the' predictions of the prophet Jeremiah, as he viewed with the eye of prophesy all the woes and terrors, that should befall Zion, in consequence of her sin, and wander ing from her God ; how she should wail because all her glory had departed; andl w'ould become a laughing stock to the passer-by. Go back further to the time of our first father, Adam, who in consequence of his disobedience was driven forth from the presence of God. Are not these dark pictures I Yes! the world is degenerating. Our Saviour "in contending with all the 'bstihnacy and unbelief of his disciples ; which at times would wring the " Oh ye of little faith" from him, always dealt with them lovingly, pityingly, prayerfully.' iHe prays for us and tlhe Fatlher cannot turn away from His Son. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886
TOWN DIRECTORY. Tan?ta.co--Ninety-seven miles from Melbaorne, on the main Gippoland lire, at the j.mction of the Heyfield li'e. Shire Council,-President, J.. Peterklin Esq., Cruncillors, Messrs G?. Firmin. D Campbell, HI. Breed, Bodycomb, Kelleher, Forsyth, Mill, and Varney; Shire Secretary and Engineer, MIr Jamcs Campbell: Rate Collector, Works Inspector, he., F. 3I'Kin nell; Treansurer.J. H.tced, manager of Bank ofAustralasia Health Office,Dr Montgemety Inspector at Nuisances, Constable Donoghue; the Council also act as a Local Board of Health, and meet for business on the second Wcdnesdav in the month at II am. Lw.-Police Magistrate, A. W. Heowitt, F.sq, who holds courts on the fourth Thurs. day in every month, the Justices of the Peace presiding on the second Thursday, at 10a.m.; Llerk of Court. and also Electoral Registrar. Mr Charles D Ve ; Justices of the Peace, Messrs J. Peterkin, Dr Morrison B. Young, W. Whittake:s, 1r. Mackay, and J. Sykes. Solicitors.---. B. Sarjcant, Nev...