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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886

. :wanted. TX A' rID,.Tenders for sawing fiirewood V - ip io iThursday, 10thi hlst; " ngine asid driver atippli'd. . . C. v". .. 'J. I'ETEltRKIN & CO. :. June 7th;,.lSG.. "X ANTIDI) .a` liughterm?nid: itid to make V . himself generally u."ful ;."; . - "J: B. BAJLFOUI & CO. S : utcithe:, Trar'gon. rTr Sale or To met. T .IETl. i .s .Far ,eri; frnmtage a'I. Hlorsei aid Tipl D'ry, Contracluro plough, seoop, etc. (or fior oale). ' . Apply-J. . BI IRD, Trralgodn. ,FOR' SALE, CIIE I- One threc-horse Earth scoop. alm ,t new. Apily WEST BIROS., Traralgon .IIOR - SALE.-Irye Grass Corksfit, Prairie, IRed aiM White Clover [guaran teed quality], it Melbourne Pric?s: Sample and price on application. 1. LUXFORD, Seecdsman, Franklin-st., Trarlgon. -FOR SALE.--Farnts; Sawmill PLANT. . - {(£180); ,Machinery. , and Mechanical Business e mlvertiLtgd in " Machinery Regis ter". No char·b s made unless sales, Ji are ecffted. ...- , .: . .J. R. BAIRDi Agent, Traralgon. FOR SALE. Cheap. a Fo...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A HAIRY FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886

A -HAIRY FAMILY. - On Saturday. night, April 11th (says the "Times of Indin,) the Manudalay hairy fanmily, which has long been famous in Burmese history, arrived in Bombay from nCalcutta. They left Mandalay on the 16th January, and had passcl the whole of their time in the interval in Calcutta, where they had been seen by Lord and Lady Dub ferin, Sir PFred'rick Roberts, as well as.. by :large numbers of. residents there. " -The present members of the lamily who have never before been out of Burmah consist of three-Mnaphoon, aged G3, and her.son, \Io-po-sin, aged 29, form: the curioLities of the show. TJeo. third, is anm ordinary Burmese womnais who was.at'one tinlee inmid of honour, to the Queen of Burmah. The old lady, who is seated- oil an impro vised platform, rarely makes any movement ;beyond fanning himself, is quite blind, 'tad with the exception of her hands and feet is .more or; less covered with long hair as soft as silk. She is not at all repulsite in appear ance, while he...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHY WOMEN HATE DOMESTIC SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886

WHY WOMEN HATE ..DOMESTIC SERVICE. This question was disonsse?o' ast month at the New Cenitiiry Guild .in. Philadelphia; by intelligent young women, few of whom, probably, are able to save as.much money every year from the'ir '.payas girls can do in domestic service. -The • objections briefly stated were these --"You.can neier have any timd to yourself, from getting up in the morning until hed-. ime:; it is accounted a sin in many -families if the girl is :seen siting down"-with= unoicupied: haiids. That is the sighat fr the isuIstress to find ier som6ettling else to do,- s that; ther~ 'hal .ever.. be a mihute when that ir1 cain rest until bedtinme or hier 'lday odt' coms The serv?iits' sleoping roon.is. usuallya poor place, ill ii n shed-especially in bathing comforts; the soldest room in. winter and the hrttiest i saintni~-i- Ye" moit mis 1ttrsses wjach .with suspieion. the few nitinutes any girl would spend up there unless. ionher ' aftenoon out.' In a store, or; even .ii goiug o...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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THE SOCIALIST RIOTS IN CHICAGO. THE LABOR QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886

THE.soCAliST RIOT8 'IN " HICAGO By the arrival of the San Francisco mail the folloving news is to hand concerning the Socialist rots ':in. Chicago :- , THE LABOR .QUESTION.: Strikes and lock-outs, still "ule in Chicago, leading to violence and blood shed.:. On May 3 a crowd bf Socialists and others besieged. the I'Cornmack reaper factory, about half a: mile Idis tant from the' city, ind riddled tho windows with stone?and pistol :bullet. The police attacked the rioters, "12 of whom were wounded, and dispersed them. Inflammatory circulars. printed in German, with an English' translation appended; are being freely distributed, calling the workmen .to arnn and fe venge themselves-on the police : - A terrible fight took place' in Chic ago on May 4, in the quarter of the city khown as the Haymarket, between. the police and a crowd of anarchists, principally Germans. They had as sembled in mass meeting, and were addressed by Parsons and Fielding,. two notorious Socialists, who uttered such...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN INTERVIEW WITH BISHOP MOORHOUSE. (PALL MALL GAZETTE 21ST APRIL.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886

AN INTERVIEW WIFlTH BISHOP MOORHOUSE. (PkEL MALL GAZETTE, 21ST APRIL) The Bishop Elect of Manchester and Mrs Moorhouse arrived on Monday night in Queen's Gardens, Bayswater, aftera journey of thirty-seven days from Melbourne; and his lordship kindly received one of our representa tives on the following day. The Bishop, who is seen at once to be one of the few people who would be allowed even by Archdeacon Denison to have- a backbone, said that there were many points on which it was im possible for him to express an opinion till he knew their English bearings. Under that category he included the Purity question. He had founded a society.on the lines of the Church of England.Purity Society at Melbourne, where the Pall Mall revelations had caused great excitement, and where the importance of the matter was fully recognised recognised. On the temperence question his lordship was more communicative. He said that he had once been a teetotaller for the sake of example, but found his health...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886

Auctions. MARRIAGE, ORR, & CO., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND LAND AGENTS, H OLD SALES OF LIVE STOCK in their yards at STRARALGON j FoIrrxsoRaLY i ORItWELL TOCONGABIIIE TRAFALGAR 1 Mosr?L. NARItACAN Per our 31 lil00 ] Adrertisements CLEARING OUT and other SALES pro perly put through. 4GEX?.IS FOR National of New Zealand,Fire Insurance Co C?.onial Mutual Fireand Life Insurance Co. New York Life Insurance. Co. SNec Zealand Mercantile Agnency Co. 'LOANS negotiated, andl V.XAL ATIONS made. HEAD OFFIGE-TRARALGION. MIRUOO, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 9. OPENING SALE I ARRIAGE, ORH, & CO., beg to in .timate t, their constituents, thait they will hold their first Monthly Sale of Stcck, etac, at Mirbon, as above. They haveerccted commodious yards at the rear of tztrick's Hotel, frith good ac commodation for drafting. Mr GeorgeEarle is our district a?eut, to whom entries may be sent, or to the head oflliceat Tmarng.on. We will offer for sale on the above dat- 12 Sprinnces 10 Fr.t Cattle ItO, Mix...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886

TRAIRALGON DISPENSARY PAUL KLEEESATTEL, Chemist, Druggist, and Dentist (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 the district, on application Teeth carefully stopped and extracted, only the neweet style of instruments used. The large Stock includes, amongst numerous other articles : Tooeth, Nail and Hair Brushes of Kent's nlnulnrture, every brush guranteed Piesse and Lubin's, Gosnell's, Rimmel's, etc., Perfumery. Lavender Water, several brands, is, 2s, and 3s per bottle. Highly perfumed 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 gliperior Seidlitz Powders, made of pure chemicals and full weight, Is 3d Disinfecting Powder, for checking the spread of conta...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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THE WRECK OF THE LY-EE-MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886

THE WRECK OP THE LY-EE-MOON. The following narrative furnished to the Sydney " Daily Telegraph" by the Rev. Mr Poole a survivor, and wired t- the "Age" on Friday, will be read with interest. Ddridsall the six hours, while the p-ýsen-ers remained on the wreck their 1 tion may be briefly described as standing outside on the port bulwarks, with heavy seas washing over them at short intervals. During the whole period the passengers. remained fixed to the spots which they at first occu pied, eagerly looking out to the land and sea for help with feelings which alternated between fear and hope. Not for a single miment did I lose heart or hope, although :it was a mystery to me how a rescue could take place. Still I had a firm conviction that some how we would be saved. Some of the other passengers were also exceedingly hopefui during the whole of the trying hours, Others again seemed to have given ui all hope, to have prepared themselves for the worst. When I barely escaped from the saloon ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886

' COOMMERCIAL. Messrs A. 1M'Lean and Co. re[mrt:-A large number of cattle fdrward iS: s fdao Friday, but hidding rather dall :nd prices unchanged. Our sales were ft cows, inferior to Inedituut uitly. £5 o, £5 7s Td, to £? I.1= ; o ste er, to £1 IC. We also sld store bulloeai.efmn £5 Itoll Ilsi; andt steer to, £4' 11?; anla, 1?0) tin. natel ata satisfactory price ;and stave tart. £3 Ta (id to £4 53. ltass.e.-Oin l.isdar last at 1affmr weo ansid - asout 100 h ad, principaltly draght.. This cla- not toi: in dteandl.- and in joaSlqucnce of a numt.r of the buyer- bteiig absent it Ir. A .nitr!.' sale, most of the .above were tlurld .,t unsold 'We sohil naumber.f tf has a1i light fTdiaf sort. fnt m £7 tot 017. Melars Little and iti rthwick retort:-F.: Cattle.-Market brisk at last. w.k's rat. We sold in varianl markets-rpc . £1 t 1';i £.:, s5 lb. £(i.£7 1, i;d,!attcr prime: haif :S £5 to £5 1i; bullocks. infirior t,o m.clti .i 10. £7 O10.47 15t . 8; veh'ti.£1 6I to iill" Store Cattle.-Marke...

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TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 8 June 1886

TRARALGON Campbell, 60; Jones, 48; Montgomery, 48; Walker, 46; Kaye, 40; Galbraith, 38; Barton, 33; Wilson, 20.

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TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

TRARALGON SHIR,. 4. ..,",tCOUNCIL. _WEDNESDAY, JUSE 9. Present Cr Pcterkin (president), and CGri Canh]pl , Firmin, Kelleher, Mill, Ji"el, Varney alnd Btxlycomb. c COlRESpONDfLCE" From J.i C Marshall, secretary to the conference of municipal councils held in Moira electorate on May 20th., . chen it was decided to interview the Government on the 16th .Tune,' to urge their claims to increased .-Plliar inietittry propresentatso aiad: askin Trar.iooli shiro tip co-operate. From John M. Dusting, MIorwell, asking the council to. causo.two stumps stai;dini in front' of his gates, to be removed.-To be done. From Win. HIughes, applying for a slauhtering licenso.-Received. From Messrs Soymour, llawkles, Ianrsfoiil,Silver uii d others, residents at Darlinurla, askin" the council to cause the id' dexcisea from H. Wicks' property, to be cleiarcd and opened foe the purpose of gaining access to the Railway station at Yinnar.-Petition -shiuldl liao beeh sent' to. Naracan shire. . From Carrigg Bros.,...

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CARD OF ADVICE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

L3?ý OF. ADVICE M CTION. for the -election i-"rn a olardl of. i S ure caused very reThe followingte the *c i . tIre vari places

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THE AGENT-GENERAL COMMUNICATED WITH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

THE AGENT-GENERAL ,UCOM IMUNICATED WITH. Sir Patrick Jennings, the Premier, has telegraph.d to the' agent-general the substance of the report as to the New Hebrides annexation, and has re quested a rieply, .which is notyet to hand.-'" Argus" telegram. , ,

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LOY YANG. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Thursday. A BURNING MOUNTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

LATEST -INTELLIGENCE.' [By Wire.-From our Correspondent.] S.Thursday. A BUIp ING MOUNTAIN.. -?News ljust- r?oeived ii?t '-New Zealand thiat Mount Tarafelaz'iin the' 1Iot'laies districthis1 bioken~ out'into erruption; the outbreak is aecompanied by heavy shocks of earthquake which were felt at Auckland 100 miles away. Miles of country are covered with dense smoke, and a great loss of life has occdried: t" Herlidrt Jas: Fenty filedlhis schedule to-day ; li:abilities £150,000, assets £ 1 6 0 . .. . Richard Goldsborough's will was proved at 162,000. Aso 1 crin' . Crim ee aamed Thos. Allan ?was sentouced to six months }mpr'sonmeait. for pissing va'lueless ?ilqu. J;j.- - The Queen has granted a disolution of Parliamdnt . .. is ,officially, announced that the caejpar f b` theie'French' veel o war is devoid'of pblitii ailsi ea iai ne.;.. ".' c'It issaid tht ?rti on Alcott ?as one day 'holding' *forth !.on the'; adraa6gitt -of a yegetable.dict, and.urgedl the argument that it a man eats Iprk...

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OPIUM EATING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

p rf nOPIU)! EATING. } ...-The consumption of opium - by miners' wives in the north of England is " enormous." This is startling intelligence; but the medical officer of the Spennymoor Local Board stakes his profossional reputation on its being a -fact. In his yearly report, just issued,DrO'Hanlonsays--"Few people are aware of the enormous consump tion of opium by miners' wives. They are left alone either a great part of the day or night, and one teaches another the habit." The drug is taken dil,"ted in proof spirit, and "the necessary ingredients may be purchased of the chemists practically without let or hindrance." For some years Dr O'Fanlon has been maintaining that opium-eating in the mining districts has become a grave scandal, and the medical officers to the Local Govern merit Board, Drs Parson and Page, have admitted that his statements -em v;-eli founded. Nothing, however, has been done, and the evil continues to flourish, though female opium caters are 'practically poisoni...

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TIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

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[?]RARALGON POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9TH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

1rALGON POLICE OOURT. yV 'n.tlY: JUNE ~TI. r. :ha ?Peterk?L. Es., and Dr. 4.-- I t, J-'s-13 , ;Jiu? Ferris. The defend - ar5 with obtulinig goods e representation. Hugh . blici.: Trar,,gon, deposed -n?r vay evening last accused : ho:. ! and got supper and <d c;n meals on Sunday. - m.. oinu away he said he :::-:r y:onry with him, but had left - and a valuable Sca of the l ation master, and .woud hsve to ~o up and get -v :Lfore he could settle his i:- .spired that the accused as s moany wi.h the station -. i that he made his way to - on f ot, where he was given t- o the police b witness. ~esed asked this witness raestions which nmight be -i.=w in reference to gambling s ho; and ihouse answer c:etiom from thebench as to 'to s?ay fo: himself. he stated .- et to I I'Caalers hotel on -:ha: with sufficient money m way. ut that in company :,r ether men in the hotel he nag dvie for drinks, and : e har" w- sev.tented to three days :=e: i ?ie gaol with hard .: t?t v-. 3L Curran, for...

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FLYNN'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

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