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ST. JAMES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 June 1886

ST. JAMES :CHURCH OF ENGLAND. The text was taken from Jeremiah, XXXII chap. 18 verse, "Thou showest' loving kindness unto thousands." On the the king of Babylon besieging Jerusalem, the prophet realises the ternbleness of their situation. The Jews take fright. Laud was depreciated in value. Yet even then according to Divine direction, Jeremiah secures a piece of land by way of expressing his confidence and their re storamtm to Pdlestine. He then prays reminding God of His promise to have mercy upon thousands. God'sjudgUments ire conditional, likewise his mercies. In the study of bth we are confronted with the ratiolnlistic view. 'The study of psychology shows a close affinity be tween soul and body, insor?uch that, we see how destination comes in the natural order of events, without the direct inter position of ,Providence. Still God will have is regard Him as himselfvisiting upon us that which overtakes us as a con sequence of.our own..or aunother's folly. But even when sin las fou...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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TRAMWAYS IN GIPPSLAND. A PRACTICAL PROPOSAL [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 June 1886

TRAMWAYYS IN GIPPS. LAND. ,A PRACTICAL PROPOSAL The questionof the constru'tion of tramways in the mountitaions dtrist of Gippsland, for the purpose of cti. as feeders to the main lines of raihc was brought under the notice of th Ministar of Railways on ridiy l* . large deputation, representing tla Traralgon shire council, the Boolara and Mirboo tramway league; Ad j large number of selectort reaid'h1, between Mirboo and Mirboo south. Mr Groom, MI.LA., in introducit, the deputation, stated that the shie councils of Gippsland were under the impression that the £200,000 placed on the estimates bast year was for the purpose of constructing tunaways i" the mountainous districts of the colony, provided the local bodies wonld uar. antee payment of the interest on th?e money so expended, and the deputatior desired to ask that a tramway he co'n structed from ]oolara, on the 'Iorwvel oailiway linef thudgh 1Mirboo South a distance of about 15 miils Person ally he was of opinion that the'mcaner...

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AUSTRALIAN JEWELLERY AT SOUTH KENSINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 June 1886

j,,STRAL"I N JZwit'&aL..RY AT SOQUT? ?HISriGTON. ie" t leadxn features of the -th Wades C "un at uL. CoL-. Sand Indial Ehibition, is a laet - zd ac-tly exijSi c. the coloni:, le teits r.rt..The rc?*-i:oni h-.s been i of*ctu at Sre'. ad in .n e Sn&rily of ca.e. Ze al :ce INane :.l;a ld ser from the Sunny Corner .-1ine Thes.4 . h- s a st..lted a_.I ?? ..ht .in Sxnu+y, e ud raed y o,_ ?i?'ies sLu wn : en'mble.natiol of a-lasiisL Andi the goups? are, for i ceancr, a lr-bird, 2' fees in hei'(t. :. c?,r,?-edt of £140 a.h oflivter. t. : i-pked with gr. at ?t'ety and - l for n.:unr . ;'?m.,:nce : a lif. .h act of kiLing a snake. and ag:ý IfiooZ-: a!-- Can. wrch in;/ .:,,_ : :i:. etc. Adjoiinin - s an el.. :a-;e"y -ooaked silver .: c.- tal er _.:,'I rf the Aust-al .n -.: Io:ih:.-. :Id ,m 3I iet *. I.. le'!-., ,., -,-ruo:*.., ait :.,i c·ts in t*:.: vy: ::d ci .:. ha;e tleen'don""- liand; an . ,t*0the o:,erh :., in e -rl y '1C0. -C Co?'"e repnr-eets an aocri i,_ polive trc.Ier ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 June 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. ra. m-atc.r-Finets -evn miot from M.-lbhorne. n the main Gipp.land lir.e. at the jnartitn of the Hevfield line. hbire CatinariL-.-Pr dentr. J. Peterkin _Eaq., unrill.n., Mer.rr ( -. 1im:n 1) inmphl-L Ii. Enrd. Itdycomh, Ketll.her. Formath, M111, and Varrne: Shire Serretary adll Enterier. Mir Jame Calmpbl-ll: ILne (?.lle-or. Workrs Tnapecter. &r., F. 31tKin n*Itt; Tre'urer.. H. tReed, t*ierer of R.nk at Aurtatonibo: Health tIlm. e.I)r M,.ntnmerev In?p. et.-r .t N sance. COmstahle i)moahnre; the (.a.nrit ll. art as a I cnal Hoard of Iealth. and meet for hu inc-a on thet-econd We?dresdav in the month at II a m. Law.-Poli.e alagisMate, A. W. Ilowitt, .Eq . waa holdt enurt= a-n the furtnh Thunr day in mvery month, the Ju.timrn ofthe PCear presidting on the ntaoi Thu-rlay, at 10a.m. ; tferk rf Conrt. anl also Il.cliotal Riettrar, .Mr ('harloe Du Vc : Ju-tiear ot the rPaee. Mesta J. Peterkin, Dr 3ortiaon .. Young. W. WhitLake V It. iackay. and J. Sre*r. s liritrt.--...

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PREVIOUS VOLCANIC DISTURBANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 June 1886

PRETIOUS VOLCANIC DISTUR BANCES. An account of the Earthhqa'kes in New Zealand, published in Sv?dey 3S years ago, points out that shocks of earthquakes have been known ever since the islands have been inhabited rb Europeans, and that the existence of the volcanic mountains and hot lakes and springs had left no doubt in the minds of geolooists that volIce.ni agency was constant!y in operatio,. Captain Furneaux's crew, as far Lack as the 11thMay, 1773,reporedl having felt the shock of an earthquace, and earthquakes have frequently been felt in Wellington since its settlement in 1S839. In 1847, however, three very alarming shocks occurred. These are described by a Mr William Fitzherbert, aresident of Wellington, as iappening at intervals of thirty-six.hours, and ther were followed by. a. series of, minor shocks which lasted over about a month. ' The first shock'occurred on 16th October, and the seond and most severe one about three o'clock in the afternoon of the net' dlay (Tuesday). T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 June 1886

Wanted. TANTED anurse girl. aged about 14 years. Apply e Mes. JAS. CAMPBELL, Loch. Park. iTTANTED a geneai servant Apply Vi HasS D. CAMPBELL, Traralgon Park. W,/ANTED, a generl !servant. 3 miles fr om Traalgon. Apply to H.E. HENDEN, Book?eler. ITAN'TEDi tspectnabe general servant. S' "" s, ADVERTISEP Tr~ral:on Pos?c tI ce. Tor Sale or 'o ,Let.. TO LET-131 use Faem, cree& frontnae Salso. Homre and Tip.D..y, Contractors ploueb, scoop, etc. (or for sale). Apply-J. . BAIRD, TrMralgon. F OR SALE, CHEAP.-One three-horse earth scoop, almst new. Apply WEST BROS.;Trainlgon FOR- SALE--P.ýe Gras,, Cclsfo.,t, SPrairie. il an d White Cluver ([?a'sn teeds nlit:, at Melbourne Prices. Sample aud price on appllicatot: - H. LUXFO RD, Seedstman, Franklin-st., Trarnalgon.. flOR SALE.-Farms ; Sawmill PLANT. ' (£1S0); Machinery, and Mecwhanical B,?in --t5- advertised in " Machinery re is ter". No charges made unless sales, .r. are effected. J.-R. BAIRD, Agent, Trarmsgon. ATLB""ET ,WHITNEY, HOUSE,...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 June 1886

LATEST INTELT? GENGE. IBy Wire.-Fro-n our Corres-ondent) 3Melir..te, Monday ereninu. -The T-est -New Zealand intelilignce Wr;t. tia actkive vo anic disuuriantes A:e s- l con- nui-t. Tarawera is noV, i: :ii- but a: R;onmahana there is I. a rides of active roa.?noes The r:t:~rcdn o -- The Terraces" .is pi-' tie;y ?aeriained. - A: Sa:-iv-. in connection iieh the N., r Shora mysterv. George Grifith. 1 'i n c rinnal assault upor T-a' roth M.arin, now deceased. and W aEm James and Jane Brown. har-d as., acessories, were all re'nan ied till the coroners inquest on Wednesday. )50 miners are waiting in Sydney for a vessel to Kimberlev. The railAv frauds are assuming a rio'us aspect. Many firms of high i are implicate&d It is stated ltht the frawds were perpetrated by a.ering scoured -ool as _reaar, while there is a co siderable difference .e twen the two rates. The atter kill probably be trought be?ore Parliament on Tuesday. veral arrests re anicpated, and there is reat. uneasi. ^eas...

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MORWELL. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 June 1886

M[ORWELL. jFrom our owncc:: ý_. ncn) The rar Tu,,re to -.: Sz. Man's Chnrra v[E1~i2-~; F.,r. J. r L Walker =1 A ati.: tie ~py coupie- ýbe`ntr ilr C. :f nraIe, Or-, r "'! Co.. 3aO -:irs' rDc.:,d ,n, both oI ZLo-vedl - Fe t !t &-r,.non a, t:e ch'urch was cor :!:.the" ct fl ; 1f 'hrn-{n of .r ,ri r''ene of ar .1d-,( cwl t a' k ).'. ~..- ii zrnere.? her th" E cven ..... Titci.:reril the ntetrrpolis arn -'l-.clcn.\l;lk~ c'aepia orul .;_ rnnV h ski eisipx.". anl'l . on tiea'. This amiingthefrst edL:. h.jlr re c- arch. the oupjl- were p a c dwh -tef-ift fumilv bible o- ischL~a of "e t ize-It commx-.ee_ The contraetor for ae- _-ateke-r's .i.ta t the ; :ewn on ,'.-ee ru de' 4cf the railwna 't-.tonui l,: s row uicc cc4 the erecan of -ie, ea. erIpx. to have it Comt e1ed it t.res or tour 1 me;s time. The r ex-rs 'ner"y I ind this a boon, arvi "v- tow ir e ^cnto the exertior.s of the few -who v-it-nrzi eo conr'nouskvor the erecticn 5o canrbt roar reae!E-x have b'rcd ::he MThr~aIl linel L...

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THE SCENE OF THE ERUPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 June 1886

STHE SCENE OF TiE EZRUP- I S TION.. Tipe ci;antic di?r-stcnar.ted PJ bo.:e S;ecr?s cur.-ed in 'lie very rnid..a o i-e .!,.:'.iicet ceie-y of the i0no0 v.-*e' k ilno'r Hott i.LAe istrivf of New Z . land, w.hich by virtue of the mnedic -' - ' poTwers of its sprin-s, no less than '. 1the marvellous displays of natt:.e's ar'chitiortre. which are to be zen o0n all sides was rapidly. becoming one of the most famous places inl tle worlk.. SEvery year saw the number of vismto.s to the place increise4 and the contin- eOit whic'hEaciutit i nei over to Xe - Zeoland froit the 'ustrallan coloni invartabi casme back giving such ac counts of the RoPtora hot lakes, tie SVhlakarev.-aewa geysers the beauy.; of t.e Lake Tarawera, and thesublii-e r-auldeair of the mountaini of tlia nae, that eact 'siceeffaw sinmre SV- rn incre'-enil the inumber of Au. Strali'ns .qeaing their holider in n Sri. to yew Zealand. -Maori!p.ad. the Ta-.urists' paradise, tie -wonder!und of the world, have for some time bee. f ...

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MOUNT TARAWERA IN ERUPTION. MANY LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 June 1886

MiOUNT TARA-WERA IN ERUPTION. 3ANiY LIVTES LOST. From the " Age" we clip the follow Auckland, Tuesday. A gre." Tyo!ciceroption occurred a Iht n niic st ch We~dresdth? Miles oc' country bearne "coser .ed with dense smok e, and the township of Tauran?a is now in total darkness. Shock afic: shock of eartjgquakeshave occurredr nd have behn Ilearc distinctly at AIcklad. Mount- Tarawemr is in a ~tca of active .eruption, and people hwie been compelled to leave their hoes aimost.in a state of nakedness. A despatch lfrom a resident of Rotoi?-a " We 'all passed a fearful nigti here. The ear-ti remained in a state of coi tinual quake since midixhtand at ten iir:ut.s past two a.m. Lere there was a ei ys quake foillowcd by a fearful roar which made every one run out of their houses. ;Ag-u~nd, yet; enribe, sight ,.r ths.e to near presentedl itself, as tMount T-rawera.cloiseo RIotonmahana, bec.me suddenly an active volano, ilchinrg out fire and lava to a great hei-ar. The eruption appears to have ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 June 1886

Auctions. MARRIAGE, ORR, .- CO., .AUCTIONEERS, , SOCK AND .LAID AGENTS; OLD SALES OF LIVE STOCK in their yards at TItlRALGON FoerTIGIrTLY MORWELL j .ý TOONG.11AIE r TRAFALGAR I No.xTrHLY NAlRIIACAN ' Per our. " ttIRU0 O dvertisenents AGENTS FOR Sationa of NewZealandYFire Insrance Co Cooiiali ntualFireandLifc InsaranceCo. New York Life Insnrance.Co. New Zealand Mercantile Agency Co. LOANS negotiated, and VALUATIONS made. READ OFFICE-TRARALGON. MONTHLY SALE. NA -RCA, R. ED., J-UNE 1Om. , AlIRtE, ORR & CO. will sell S at tIheir new v'ds on ahoxe date AcCnn: Ja.Jrm- Whitton. Esi.- I a F -t ! w- and Iteifers For variou. owners-. S Fat RnlIo.c- and Cow. 12 Milkers ann Spningeers .3 vyoung Ste-. s and 'Heifer .5 Storne Pdalock4 and Cows - IIr-s Calvr. Pir-. cc. S.i .-'i he aacti.mer irClw d rmind their iun-tituent- that in fe:nre t:e n?abve c.le aiil .e hoe tiLe Tirirt ::ifienesi.y in each: ca:th,. an . the iile, inethilh .ale of the' zcOY. Li ramcl.-nSy in each mn,:th. GZIAtT QUAR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 June 1886

TRARA LGON DISPENSARY PAIUI- LEESATTEL, Chemist, Druggist. and Dentist (By examination):. -.- r -`Mentbei-of the l'harnraceutical society of Viet rif. Physicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes most carefully dispensed The exact copy of every Prescription is registered for fiture reference. Medicines torwarded promptly to all townships of the district, on apphlcation T-tlth carefully stloppedl and extracted, only the newest style of instrumentl used. The large Stock includes, amongst numerous other articles: Tooth, .Nail antd lair Blrusl?.s ",o H1eK' n tt' ma tui-nlll, i r y, r tryblllt gurunteed I'he.?? and LuLi,,'s, G;osnel', hin,,mel's, et,:., Plerfumery. Laveoder Water, .-ever'I innds. l? , Is, and 3s per bottle IEfhly perfinmmel Hair Oil, scented with Otto de hose, and Orange Flower is per bottle Medicated Lazenges, of every description )darkinr Ink, genuine indelible, Is per bottle Superior Seidlitz Powders, nmade of pure chemicals and tall weight, Is 3d lfi.intectint Powder,...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY. JUNE 15, 1886. TRARALGON BRASS BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 June 1886

"'MODERATE. BUT PiOGRESSLIVE: (Published every Tusda- c Friday mouaing.) TUESDAY. JUNE 1l;, iss . 'TR~1ARAL(6OLO IRAfS J AI.D.. T.ATr a local brass hand .has recntly been establishlld, there, c., Inow.. no longer be any reasonable douhii, and Stlhe dlun, tlio cornet theo ba.qsoiiild othe,..:miiStrul?eits;. 1a·.liirgtug,.Mý ..iandsbeao aniipleiftstinimoy inrils ien. ? fess vtl dnitny Vte'eveir;tu l f,? ?lih 4!: Ve aie.not dispoSld tt iifiy?.t.?.tli the Inecibtini f foundaoscri oie bald lxcaiisisl oetsieFially `there emanautes froiit .he be·nidii tubes some slightly discordarit sol?.id .tiiic it icaf e?i l dn the breeze throughI thi balmiy;e.'ening air- into the " saictum sanctolim". of this office, for it is well known tlat all this is but a prelude toithe inspiriting strains with which our lbuld will enliven tihe towin on gala days to come "C'est le premier pas qui carie," as the Frelchlr proverb puts it with lir.uch truth, and kinowing .thatt theia? are dificulties to;li overcome, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 June 1886

BIRTH. GUENTHER.- On the 5th June, at Tanner's Park, Calignee, the wife of C. G. Guenther,         of a son. MARRIAGE. LANGFORD - SLATER.- On the 13th June,   at Warragul, by the Rev Mr. Sandiford,         B. Langford, engineer, Narracan Shire, to   Alice Frances, second daughter of James Slater, Esq., J. P., Toongabbie.

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THE DIGESTION OF FATS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 June 1886

THE DIGESTION OF FATS. It is a dietetic fact of great impor tance that the assimilation of suitable quantities of fat is often of extreme benefit to an enfeebled and emaciated patient. From the comparative facility with which fat undergoes metabolism in the body, a notable economy of energy results. and the process may thus be more thoroughly :ccomplished. But the good results thus hoped for are not unfrequently rendered umi a:ttainable, on account of the nausea and gastric disturbances which follow the indigestion of fat or oil ; anl, even if these symptoms be absent or over come, the dimished functional activity of th] alimentary tract may allow their passage practically unchanged. SOne of the causes of the indigesti bility of fats, especially in the form of nil, is the fact that they are with ditii culty rendered amenable to the action of the intestinal juices when given en masse. For fats and oils to be effi ciently acted upon, they require to he churned into some kind of emulsi...

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"A FAMILY DOCTOR" ON SUPPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 June 1886

"A FAMILY DOCTOR" ON SUPPERS. But as to suppers: I have always been of the opinion that slops are ?ud. I have not thile slightest doubt that my readers will bear testimony to the truth of what I say from their own personal experience. A fluid supper generates acid, and it is ten times worse if beer is to be partaken with it. Beer and milk food, or soup, would ruin any digestion. No ; let the little you do take he solid, and easy of diges tion ; an egg that has been pretty well boiled and allowed to get cold, with a slice of cold toast and butter, is a simple supper, but one that agrees. Meat should not be eaten, nor, as a rule, fish. In fact, srpper should really be an offlput, if one has dined fairly well. The food we eat during the day -its quantity and its quality-has a very great deal more to do than most people think with the kind of sleep we obtain at night and the amount thereof ; and the kind of sleep is of far more importance than its ac tual amount. Disturbed, restless, or...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 June 1886

MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. It was intended bly the Government that the debate on the address in reply to the Governor's speech should be re sumed iast night, but man proposes &c. Proceedings were initiated by Mr G ranham dnrawing attention toan article which haul been published in the "Age" with reference to gristing in bond. Mr Graham contended that the agricultural industry was seriously in terfered with by the practice of ad mIitting cheap foreign wheat duty free to be milled in bond, and thereafter exported. The Commissioner of Customs replied to Mr Graham, and the subject should then have dropped, but the lihotnodble and gallant repro sentative of Ballarat West saw an op portunity to have a slap at the Govern ient, and accordingly seized it (the opportunity). Colonel Smith con sidered the reply of the Commuissioner of Customs unsatisfactory and moved the adjournment of the House for the purpose of considering the gristing business. After several hours had been wasted...

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OFFICES OF THE BALLARAT GAS CO., Grenville-st, Ballarat, June 11, 1886. Mr. B. Paton; [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 June 1886

OFFICE$ OFTHE TDALLARATGASC'o.. Grenvilie-st., Pallarnt. June 11, 1890. MIr B. Paton; Sir-I have :e-ted the sarmnle of coal you procured ?orn Giplanl (Paml-ral. It is of ver -.' fair quality. uranus fely, an. does not contain t1 am excesive ln'-rint? of sulphur. It ieldis 9)020 c. fee: of gas par ton. The illuminating power of the 2as is equal to 17-50 .- n.ard .c erm cand.e-s. For steam and h-us-ehid pirp;ses the coal will prove ya-sable. I am, Yours faithfully. J. E. FIG(;IS. Gao Engineer. TIlE MINE is situated about two niles from Boolra, on the MirIoo line. but is within 100 yards of tze rI.ilv:a'. and on the nor!l bank of wmhat is known :a the 3Mnriwtl Creek. The hill into which the tunneol is made. rises at an annle of about 45deg. to the height of about. 3!Oft. andl is vetr densely timbered. The coal was first noticed on the ih:nk of the creek, and the seam has hb iee flowed in for about 130 feet. and is now showing at the end of the tunnel, a very compact seam of 3ft. 3in. t...

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CORRESPONDENCE. OUR STREETS AGAIN. (To the Editor of the Traralgon Board). [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 June 1886

CORRESPONDENCE. OUR STREETS A(IAIN. (To tl e Rlitii of. the Traraln Irrrd). Sui--As a long suifferiing renideit ,f this townshipl I havo waded winter aft winter through its streets, always liqii that with a resident engineer and with two or three Councillors in our .iii shame if nothis~ else siaid dcam them to literally mcend their ways an! take away our reproach of lIrins t1n dirtiest town in Gippsland. Iasted i any iuprovement, however, things dally seem ti beI getting worse,as nowM , evenu.e foiotlXtths are almosst iiiiassablle aaier shower, andl it seeus to ame that it is Li;. time for the tolwnspeople to bestir them selves and. show those cicerned tin: they are not giving satisfaction by their endeavours of how not to do it Hi thowe that are supposed to look aftertbs things cin contiuneto reside in our mior secing daily the disgracefil state of o?a thoroughfares without making a de ternined effort to improve things i a wonder to all of us a outsiders, anld m:an of us who. are n...

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THE BOOLARA COAL MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 June 1886

THE BOOLA?A COAL1 RINE. A test of the ceal from the Boolara coal mine was made on the Mirboo line on Tuesday with very satisfactory re sults. The up train from 3Iirboo on Tuesday morning ste amed up to JMor telil with the coal and made excellent time, anr the return trio to 3Mirh.o with a heavy train was also done in the usual time. A number of persons who were invitced by .l!r Baird, who is about ro dleat a company to work the mine, inspected the mine on Tuesday and expressed themselves as highly pleased with the prospects. S'veral gentlemen fron Trar.i-gon proceeded to 3Iorwell by the early train, and were jomned by several residents of MIorwell, when all went on to MIirboo. Arrange Inente were then made for a special train to convey the party back again to Morwell, and to stop a suracient time on the road to allow aln inspection of the mine. About thirty persons entered the tunnel from which samuples of coal have been t?I -en and forwarded to Ieasrs Smith. of t he Ballarat School...

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