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

TOWN DIRECTORY. I'RsR.aO.v-Ninety--even miles from 31hb'orene, an the main Glipoland line, at the junction of the IHeyt?eld line. Shire Couneil.-President. J. Peterkin Fsq-. C. uncilloms, 3Meora, G. Fimin. D) Campbell. H. Breed, 1?Beycomb, Kelleher, Forsvth, 31all, and Var.my; Shire Secretary snd Ingineer. Mr Jame. Campbell.: Hate Cnlleeror, Works Inqspeecur, ac., F. 3M'lin ?l!: Tree-arer.J. H. Reed, manager of Bank of Australasi. Health Ofli. eDr Montgomery Inspectmr ot Nu saumcee Constable Donoghue; the C.oncit alno set as a Local. Hoard of fHealth, and meet for bu-lne.s on thesecond Wednesday in the month at I1 a m. L.aw.-Polire Magistate, A. W. Hnwitr, Eeq . who holdm courts on the fourth Thus day in every month, the Justices of the Peace presiding on the second Thursday, at 10a.m. Llerk of Court. and ailso lectosal )egistrar, Mh r Charles Du Ve Justices of the Peace, eersns J. Peterkin, Dr Morison 1-. Ynoung W. Whittake s, HI. Mackay. and J. Sykes. t.licitors.--I. 1R. 4,jrant, ...

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

Wanted_ ANTED a nurse girl. aged aout 14. "''y-ears." A Y% , s. aiP ui ,A. Mn;. JAS. CAMPBELL,, :., Loch. Park. 1 ANTE Da eneral servant Apply i Mats 'D. CAMPBELI.' Te'ralgon Park. W ANTED, a general servant. 3 miles from Tirralgon. Apply' 'i ; . H.E. HENIN N, .-. . lBookseller. " ?eeti,3s. '.' -T, .0 . · T 'li C' E A MEETING of the Traralaon RAILWAY LEAGUE'will be held at Mill's Club hotel, on Friday.(this) evening, at 7"30 p m. lul?s.Iss: Important . . mpoundings . - RAI.AL(ON dSHIRE POU\N1. NOTICE.--Stranl into the pound pad do on ornabultthe 2 tlh May, Wst I red and white' teer ,"lit ?:d, noie off. ear, like small I off back.l'htrt ,nmr ? mp, I yellow or red steer, slt'off car, JH. off back ... I white steer, heart near rnmp, slit and notch off ear, like small I or scar off lack I white steer. like CH off rump I red steer. white Inck, piece out top side near ear, DI near rump, V or triangle off mpIred steer. top of near ear, slit, under off ear. like J-II off rump, indescribable...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

MELBOURNE.. [From our own Corrnsindent.] Wednesday. The debate on th' addrss io reply to tho o'vernor's speech still drags on its weary leigth. Member after member gets ni and makes a long spelcl, going over almost the santo ground as the proceeding speaker, and then declares, his inten tion of supporting the Governmentl olicy, notwithitanding that he. has picked all. sorts of holes in it.' Last fight Mr Harper addressed the House for over two hours, and made the only really importantspeechl of the debate. Ho of course took advan tage of his opportunit. to defend his frin j n re~d ti their actiorwith the imported! sheep-which were destroyed--by order of the Customs authoritis. Olne cannot help sympathising with himin this matter asone sympathises with all.pensounswho 1ose aluable property. But it iems a great pity that Mr Harper did not remem br that " Thepublicsafetyis the highest law." If lie haddonesoit must lave been patent to him that thedanger of introduc ing disease into the ...

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FRENCH CRIMINALS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

FRENCH CRIMINALS. The cool impudence of the French criminal transcends anything of the kind in possession of his English contempornry. Forjinstance, the other day a man was charged, before aPerfect at Nantes with having connnitted a robbery. His crime was clearly proved, and he was reproached, after the French fashion,--with-having-beeti a criminal from infancy. " Alas !" lhe replied, " I know. it. ^Crimne tbome, Monsieur, is a habit, a necesiity. Ob serve-I desire to live long andlhave studied the maxims of 'tlidse who hai'e achieved long long life. 'Messieur Canaro, the Venetian, is emphatic in nsisting that to -live long one must inever abandon an old habit, even though it be a bad one. I plead phy siological excuse, Messieurs, for my poor follies." The fellow's wit had its effect and he received not only a light sentence,but the laughter and applause of the Court. The incident is worth quoting, as showing how differently crime and criminals are regarded by the French and the Eng...

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THE DEPARTURE OF A MAN-OF-WAR FROM NEW CALEDONIA. THE NEO-CALEDONIEN ON THE URGENCY OF ANNEXATION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

THE DEPARTURE OF A MAN-OP-WAR PROM NEW CALEDONIA. THE NEO-CALEDONIEN ON THE URGENCY OF ANNEXATION. In "The Argus"of Monday appeared some information regarding the depar ture- of a French warship from New Caledonia to the New HebrideS, which had given rise to rumours that-it was intended to seize the islands on behalf ao France, ; Whether-this was the purpose of the expedition, or. whether it was merily intended to punish some of the natii'es of the New Hebrides group, who have attacked and killed several parties' of Europeans there of late, could only be surmised. '~The latest issue of the "Neo Caledonien" which has been received throw-little: light upon the afikir. That journal simply wrote'as follows on MaLy 31:- " lThe Divet, Commander Legrand, left our roadstead yesterday, lihaing on board a compka ny of infantr}'. "She is bound, it is said to the New Hebrides, but the object of this voyage is not knownat present. .-?..she sent there to avenge th@e i~urders committed for some ti...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. CABLE MESSAGE TO EARL GRANVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

EUROPEAN ,TELEGRAMS.. CABLE: MESSAGE TO EARL SIGRANVILLE. The following cable message. has been despatched by Lord Carrington to Earl Granville: "' Latest news from British consul' at"New Caledonia :-French man-of war Dives left for New Hebrides 30th May, takhitg onboard.troops, .povi sions for three moonthsland~ beimg ;put. into fighting order. It is supposed that intention is to hoist Frtench llag. Magellan transport to proceed to New Hebrides day after with timber and corrugated iron for barracks for single men. .Entrance to New Caledoniia re iorted'wi~tched."

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FRANCE AND THE NEW HEBRIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

FRANCE AND THE NEW IEBRIDES. .. , . The following despatch was recei~ie on Saturday by Lord Carrington, .the Governor of New South Wales, ' fro? the Acting British-Consul' at N6umns (New Caledonia):- "British Consulate, ?Nolinea, ~. Monday, May 31. "My Lord,-I have the honor to'in form you that the French- man-of-war, Dives, left this harbour yesterday for, New Hebrides, it is said, with the in tention of hoisting the French flag. She has taken a body of French troops on board, and three months' provisions for them. Report says they are to be stationed on the islands of Sandwich and Mallicolo. The Government have made large purchases of timber and corrugated iron, and tie artillry workshops have been working aght and day to make it up into barrEks for the soldiers, and it is to be pn veyed to the, islands by the sheam transport Magellan to-morrow or the day after. The Magellan was on the point of leaving for France, but has now been detained indefinitely. The Government received cab...

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

Auctions. NMARRIAGE, ORR, &:CO, AUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND LAND AGENTS; TOLD SALES OF LIVE STOOK in their rands at TRA RALGON FOiITInAtITLY MORWELL AD TOONGADBIE ) TRA.FAI.GAII I 3[os'rTHLY NARRACAN i Per our 11l00R Advcrtisements CLEARING OUT rnd other SALES pro perly put through. AGEE"TS FOR Na'tionatoffewZet-land, Fire Insurance Co t'Cour:at l1utuil Flrcand .ife lnsuraues Co. \e. Y-rk Life Iunrence. Co,. N~ew Zealand Mercantile Agency Co. LOANS neg~tiated. and VALUATIONS made. IIEAD OFFICE-TRARALGoN. - TRfARALGON, 3IONDAY, JUNE?;14 J.:fARRIAGE, 01:R, r CO. will sell on .LA. above date for various owner 15 Fat Bullioths and Cows n5 torl Bull.cksao.i Cosr 50 Steorsand Ieifers 10 Calves 30 tits (:lips. stores andPorkers) MONTHLY SALE. NARRACAN, WED., JUNE O16r. iXPlAlRIAGE, ORR & CO. will sell at their new yards on above date Account James Whitton. E.o. It Fati Cows and Hleifers Fo"r various owners S Far Bullcks an.d Cows 12 Milkers and Springers 0 young Steers and Ileif...

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

TRARALGON DISPENSARY PA UL LEESMATTEL, Chemist, Druggist, and Dentist . (By eumination). Member of-theibharmaceutical Society of Viet ria. Physicians Prescriptiops and Fa7 Re ineost geeeially dipnsd The exazt copy of very Prescription is registered for future reference. fMedicines forwarded promptly to all townshipi 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 : Toothl, Nail and Hair Brushes of Kent's- n.anulacture, every brush guranteed Piesse and Lubin's, Gosne!l's, Rimmel's, etc., Perfumery. TAvrnder 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 descripnon Marking Ink, genuine indelible, Is per bottle Superior Seidlitz Powders, made of pure chemicals and toll weight, is 3d Disin?ecting Powder, for checking the spread of contagious diseases...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1886. THE POLICE STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

MODERATE, BUT PBROESSITIE." (Pdbihdeve ToicsdajFe iday morning.) FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 18s6.:" TLE 'POLICE .STATION.: To many visitors as well as to many of the thoughtful residents of the towni, it is a matter for surprise that so valuable a block of land as that known as the Police paddock should be per mitted to.lie as so much waste land, while.good business sites in the town are becoming hard to obtain. Sitifa1i as the reserve is at the `'cornerr6df Seymour and Fraiklin:streits, iii the very heart of the town, it would be a decided gain to 'the town to .have it put up by auction and sold'i i small blooks suitable for building places of business upon.. As the reserve now is, the~e is a great, gap in the,business places of the 'streets to which it is adjacent, causing that p.rt of the town to have a desolate and somewhat de~erted appearance. By a sub-division 'of the block into several allotments, the general appearance of ?the town would speedily be altered for the better; but not onl...

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JULES FAVRE AND BISMARCK. AN INTERESTING INTERVIEW DESCRIBED BY COMTE D'HERISSON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

JULES FPAVBR'.AND. . BISMARCK. AN INTERESTING INTERVIEW DESCRIBED BY COMITE D'HERISSON: \ - " Comte d'Herisson, theli ,a young captain and orderly officer of General Trochu, was sent by.him, on 24th January, 1871, to tell Jules Favre, Minister of Foreign Atirirs, Prussian ginsý,thundering upon Paris all the time, that Bismarck, who had long de layed'aii answer to Jules Favre-s appli cation, would receive himnit Versailles forthwith. 'si'H~disson accompanied Jules Favre in the charaeter of secre tary and interpreter. No inte-preter was necessary as far as Bismarck was concerned, since lie speakes French -with the greatest ficility. '-iIith:pre liminary interview Jules Favre felt it useless to oppose.ismarck's requisition that the whole of the regular army save one division should be disarmed, but Favri. pleaded hard that the National Guard of Paris should keep their arms, otherwise, he said, they. would revdlt, and there would be blood shed.' Bismarck reluctantly consented,, but skid...

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[?] & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

- PAY OPPICE "aRALGON. iAYMESTS. l. "; H ampton. A. ..m.tfl -Coun Tp-nc. T. Fee-y, : P'. ap;ly,I D. Wal --^.G. -Hllnc. im' rF r . (. Gofld. F. M" - Mercer and othbcr.'Jax. "-i " (02). Thos- Seed * 2. ( W. ~Scarlett, t . G. B?IL &?utor. F. Willis, '.t G. t. G. )wson, P. - H --n.? . TvW.Ieeom, - r-in. LUiMatin. S. nald. I. Ri_9al 'l -s (2). P. Whe!- (4) ' (JHoa?in. 31. Kele -ffS-.Th'2S3 ? Sbhnacafc, ^'"-- · T biill fl v or ord hS : iid:4i--.. the, -n z ofrrho sid the 6. o. d. - " -e on r '-(* 31031" 60^

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIET.. A meeting for the purpose of form ing a local bIbr-nch of the Gippsland Auxiliary of the British and Foreign Bible Society, was held in the Mechanics' institute on Wednesday evening. There was a good attendance of persons who were thoroughly atten tive to the p eeings,and the chair was occupied bythe Rev C. G Wilson. The meeting-was-opened by the com bined choir and audience singing i hymn, after which the chairman called upon Mr W. J. Duncan to read a pas sage of scripture, which be did from Ezek. 47 ch. 1-9. The'chairman then offered up a prayer, which was followed by. the anthem "Thine 0 Lord is the Greatness" under the leadership of Mr Nelson. The Rev. H. T. Robjohns, B.A., ambassador for the parent society in London was .then introduced and gave ai somewhat lengthy, but in teresting address, of which a condensed report is subjoined :-The Society in London was some yearsagorepresented in Australia by one ambassador only, now it is represented b...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK. WEDNESDAY, 9TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

MELBOURN.E 1ARKETS. LIVE STOCK. WZDaESDar, 9Trn JCLE. Fat Cattle.-The market was supplied with about 1600 head, the bulk of which were of second to inferior quality, only a small proportion in prime condition hav ing been yarded. The demand was active throughout, best pens met with keen competition, and the prices realised show an advance of fully 20s per head on last weak's rates. Prime pens of bullocks sold at from £13 to £14 15s; good do, from £11 to £12 ; second do., from £8 to £10 ; prime pens of cows, from £8 to £9 ; good do., from £6 10s to £71 10s ; middling and inferior, from £4. MessrsA. M'Lean and Co. have sold 15 bullocks for Mr H. P. Keogh, Kilmore, to £11, averaging £9 Os 4d; 20 bullocks for Mr E. Kelleher, forwell ; 5 bullocks for Mr Crisp, to L9 2s 6d, averaging L8 s 6d, and 1 cow at LS 12s Gd; 9 bullocks for Mr P. Boland to L13 10s, averaging L11 5s Gd; 10 bul locks for Mr D. EMCole, sen., to L9 17s Gd, averaging L9 14s 9d; 4 bulloclks for Mr H. Morris at L9; 4 bull...

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COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 June 1886

COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. Marria?e, Orr, and Co., report for past week .-On Wednesday 3rd inst., we held clearing sale of stock for J. W. Wellwood, Esq., at his homestead on the Latrobe, the attendance was not as large as at re- cent sales, the cattle were not in high condition consequently bidding was slow. Milkers, springers, and dry cos broiught from £2 1s to G £6 7s 6d., and other sorts averaging below recent rates. Colts and fillies fetched to £15--the demand being limited the greater part of the horses were withdrawn for future sale. On Thursday 4th inst, we held clearing sale at Traralgon for W. Douglas, Esq, the atten- dance was very good and bidding brisk, and all the cattle were sold (but most of the horses were held over for private sale). Prices : Milkers up to £6 15s ; springers (young), £3 17s 6d to £4 1s ;'.young steers and heifers, £3"to L3 15s ; calves to 27s." Hacks, L. 15s to L13 ; draughts to Ll. 10s. On Monday, 7th inst, usual Morwell market, our yards were...

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

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A SCIENTISTS VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 June 1886

A SCIENTISTS VIEWS. The whole of the country around the seat of the disturbance is vev? much visited by tourists on account of [ the beautiful scenery in the neighbor hood and the great show spot called "The Terraces." Persons learned in volcanic phenomena have always -e-, garded the action of the geryers with apprehension and apparently w'th very good cause. Within the last two years a horse, when walking on .what, was considered to be safe ground, suddenly sank through the surface, and was boiled in the hot liquid mud beneath. One day a'woman accidentally fell into a boiling spring and met with the same fate. By the Union steamship Mana pouri, which arrived in Melbourne last week, information was brought that there was some abnormal distrithbance taking place -in the locality, so it is clear that even if the ordinary dis agreeable characteristics of the place failed to cause the inhabitants aiv alsgiving, the manifestations of ira pending volcanic activity have been unmistakeable....

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COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 June 1886

COMMERCIAL. . TRARALGON -MARKETS.. LIVE STOCK.- .MessrsA.: 'Lean and( Co. report :-r Fat Cattle.---otmany cattle forwarm at adffra on Friday ; our yands well sup plied; competition brisk, and every beast sold at an advance of from Ss to Ss on late rates. We sold inferior fat cows to La as. and :lch cows.to. L7, IO Store Ca.tle.-We sold 63 bulloclis account J. Litchfield, Esq., Cooma, L6 aS all rotund. an-l :. years old do.. same owner, I.5 .2i and cows L3 14s. The above cattle much admied and elicitd s. ited biddings. Also, Mr Crisp's Jimenbuen steers and cows, IA 4s, L3 13s respectively, and -Mr Bloomfield's Merniumbula'cotet, L3 16 ;s other lots steers, L l2s Cd, L3 5s, 4s to L4 15s; and heifers and cows Ll Ss to L3 5s and I4. A. M'Lean and Co. report :--On Monday" our yards fairly supplied ; attendance of buyers not large, owing to the brokenness of the day. Biddings consequently rather dull at auction, though nearly all lots were disposed of privately. We sold fat bullocks L1 to...

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CHURCHES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 June 1886

:.: CHURCHES. (PRESBYTERIAN CHU1CH. I SThe subject of disoorse in th ,abhov chur?h by tle Rev. J. 0. Wilson, was to he found in tile first and eightl.vcrses of the Acts of the Apostles. These Acts ?kcro compiled by St. Luke-a learned m annd.diiplq of our Lord-he having A perfect knowledge of all things from the hNinning ilt contlintion of his gospel of Christ-and wns inscribed with it to a friend. Thereby hais a truth A chris tian if he lavo: holife of Christ in him, will sl oti it fbrth in his ilife, will'com mend it tohis iaends; and untold benefits mav n reped from it--t in the case of this opistlo-written for the benefit of our friend, it soon became the property of the churoh; and comes dawn through the ages with like force and blessing to us; it as a treatise of all Jesus began to do and to teach. Men.often ask for a re ligion of dced?--not creeds and forms. Here then we hae it exemplified in the life of the one who " went abIout doing good." Did he not teach though? Yes, he d...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 June 1886

• A children's Studny school was opened in the above church on Sunday last. The school will be under the superintendence of 3r T. A. Byers; and he will be ably supported by a number of ladies and gen tlemen, whose souls are in such work, we cannot but believe that the scheme will be a means of great blessing and good. The subject of Rev. T. A. Aldav's dis course was 'levivals," as enunciated from the words of the prophet Habakuk-" 0 Lord, revive Thy work"---It was the in tention of the church to hold a series of revival meetings in connexion with the church at Morwell during this week; and he wished to gain the people's sympathy, help, and prayers. Revivals in church matters were looked upon by many some puof sesd Christians-witha kind of shrinking and dread. Revivals in other matters---commerce, agriculture' aid such like temporal matters, are hailed with gladness anid thankfulness. Then why make. exception of this---the greatest of` all subjects--our immortal welfare--and who can ...

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