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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 June 1886

In _ Adelaide iil te lirt c.- ?i' the Social Purity Act, S?s. ul'':l' was charged with. purocgurig I?rt, aged 19, for purlpose" 1 1 ality. Fullartonl sill si heI obtain Hart a situation, atul tek to a house of ill f:uue, lwhen. ',"s. mained several weeks. hart :ack;, ledged living a. fotnight with :th ain of the Salvation Ar.'Vi:l.. her mother's knowledge, was commnitted for trial. STEEL knives that will c, t coll ir o been invented by an Eg-Ii .ll na.l rrb us have steel knives that wiluctt aJ lg iv usrstak.

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BURMESE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 June 1886

THE BURMESE. The Burman marries early. and though polytamy is permitted. has only one wife, whom, with the other females I of the family, he compels to do all the work. Divorces by either party are easily arranged, and are very common occurrences. If twopersonsare tired'of each others'society, they dissolve part nership in the following simple but conclusive manner :-They respectively light two candles and shutting up their hut. sit down and wait patiently until they are burned out. The one whose cantdle burns out first leaves the house at once and for ever, taking nothing but the clothes he or she may have on at the time, all else becoming the property of the other party. The women of the lower classes are but scantily clad, wear iag only h single petticoat. Females of the higher orders generally wear aloose jacket with tight sleeves, a piece of silk or clothencirelesthe waist and desends to the feet. When they go abroad a silk sash crosses the bust, while the ends are thrown over ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 June 1886

TOWN DIRECTORT. I'rr.rrtnoy-Ninn-try-sre.. miles from 3h-lhourne. on the main Cipp-land lire. at the junction of the Htrlieeld line. Shire Counci.-FPrsident. J. Peterkin >-iq.. Ce':neillors. 1eosars G. Firtnn D 7-ýmntp5ol. Tl . Breo& . Ikotlrceoh. Kelleher. Fresrth. ;1.1.11. an! Vrmn.,: Shire Secretary er.- irgine-r. Mr TJtae Can:n?ell : IRate Cfth:e*r. Works Inr -'er. r.. F. 3I-Kin .t:: Tr*,o . rr.J. I. o ord. nann er rf Rank. of Aus"rla.ia:; H?.i:th ' ?lite.Pr Monttgomery In.-ret'r : - Sr-?nee. Constahle Dono'ghue the Co.uneil ? 1 notr s a Local Board of irnalth. and r-eet f?r bun-incs on thesecond \t ~.:- ,nc in tI:' m~Oth at I I a m. La w.--'olice Magi?rtate. A. W. liowitt. Eq . wE oho hl cour:ts on the fourth Thurs day in orery or.:eni :h e Jautioro of the Peace ptrcisir on the second Thurday,. at 1OnTn.; Lhrerk of Court. and alesn !iectorcl R tnr. Mr1: Ctharrcs Du e: .Tustires of th, P.nce. 3Iessors .. Peterkin. Dr IMo-rison L'. Young. W. hitrshe . R. Maclinkay, and...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 June 1886

3IELBOURNE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK. Wednesday. F?r C.trLF.--About 1770 were yarded, a hrge proportion of which were of middling description. There was a brisk demand for best pens, which met with keen conmpetition. and on the whole last week's prices were maintained. Prime pens of b:zllocks sold at from £13 t-o £15 as., odd beasts up to £17: good do., from £11 to £12; second do., from £3 to £10; inferior, from £5 Os. Prim^ pensof cows from £5 to £9 12s. 6dl' ; good do., from £6 10s. to £7 10s.; middling and inferior, from £1. Messrs King and Comnpany sold 90 bullocks from Poisdaler, 1aira, at £10 1l. 5d. to £1. Os., averaTe e il Ss. 4. : 10 ballock. for M.ess? Sta,?iht.ln ho?1, ITU station, Pakenham. at £9 7s (1d 10 bullocks anrd cows frn:, Rosedale. .~cssrst. A. 31'Leau and Co. relprt; having sold 20 bullocks for 'Mr. Jamrs Buckley, Greenmount, to £11 15s ; 19 bualocks for MIr. W. 3Moore, Junr, to l12 10s, averaging r£ 9s td ; 11 bullocks fio MIr. W. .M'Lsd, Alberton, at £10 I? 6d ; S ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 June 1886

VWanted. TrANTED a good general servant. apply SMrIs. MARRIAGE. ;reenwoiod, Traralgon. I W?"ANTED apprentices to the dress S making, apply:o J. SANDS, Franklin-street. W ANTED _nAd general scrvant ; wages S 2s. Apply at once COLONIAL dANK. Traralgon. " ANTED. na general servant. 3 miles S from Tramlgon. Apply to H. E. HEtNDEN, Bookseller. ?, TANTED respectable enem!l servant, go d wages, addres ADVERTISER, Traralgon Post tiflice; For Sale or To Let. FOR SALE. CIIEAP.-One three-horse earth scoop, almost new. APuply WEST BROS., Traralon FOR SALE:--Rye Gras, Cocksfoot, Prairie, Red and White Clover [timran teed quality), at Melbourne Prices. Sample and price on application. II. LUXFoRD, Seec~sman. Franklin-st., T...mlgon. ORB SALE.--Paring llocks 4xSr3 op to 10 x x 3. Best flooring for stable yard.s, sheds, etc. J. PETERKIN & CO. FOR SALE.- FRUIT TREES, SHRUBS, J &c, guaranteed, at M3elborne prices. W. LUXFORD. Seedsman. Franklin-street, Traalgon. TPO SAL?-A light waggo...

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COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 June 1886

TRARAL;GON MARKETS. A. 3M'Lean and Co. report on W~cdonea?yv : -We held n very snicceoful c!arint sale (in conjnnctien with Little and: Ierthwick) for Mir Henry It-ed. Workin- bullocks. with ger., old to £29 per pair: 72 store bnllocko at £.t; nId hullh,-_. at £L; 2N td ; 0 youn1 bullocks at £4 9s; steers. £2 10: to £3 13s; heifers. £3 i0s to £4: calves at £1 Ils. Shiep.-31erino wettern.. 61 9d t, 7s Eid : pot sheep at 1is. Horle.-Yoal, fi lies at f£1 10s; ponies ranhing £5. £9 I15. 1io, to £13 5s. Thronwh the week we sold prirately slmC our la54 report, 4 teamt of working bullocks at satisfatoret prices torendorln, nrldl draught hoios at £20 per pair. Land.-20 acres in the late estate of F. How and Coy., at £1S 12s per acre. A. Whitney repor's:-tDemand for town ship allotments is on the increase. Sales effiecteil drin. the week--j-aere garden sites at £30 each.

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RAILWAY TO PORT ALBERT. PUBLIC MEETING AT SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 June 1886

ILWAY TO PORTI ALhBERT. i' C n AEIT'I-G AT SALE. , : -i;.-T T!. .ing convened iry Lis anyer. rei held on Wed ":- 1"t e JiMeeanics Institute. to . : qein:n of the railway - - .teen - Se and South : The maor praei,lrl, and : wari wer Cr Mackintosh ::. ?,r-* cia . Cr W. Little Av..n shire council, Messrs T. R. _.. T. T. Giil. . Grey, (members f i:e n;ippsland Mining Prnard), It. lBshe. J. J. Drew, T. Abbott, J. ali:ts:i. and others. SThe . ayor e_-!?ne:l that the menet in-- had k-i':: iriied to consider the qiestion of ndlway connection with "auh, (tip iand,. He had received a ,mmunic:Fin. from the secretenr of t?;e lhi ra.!ae shire council, sating thr. t!,- -ouncil i .sinathised with the .rne :ra t.:; :av," the connection at . T.e Avon shire council were -·ri the inr-tilc. an td the ' f he Alh.-rton shire council, , -, :mile to attend., had stated , : - l , ah la tw ,.- n A liaa ,r io n , . , : sported1 tihe Sale connec SW. Li-ttl,-. a inensler of the .\,,:: .ire ,ou ci, mnovedl the f...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 June 1886

A .T :;:niee . parts is a ery rem..,nr a' .--:-r. The .apartment in w?ich t?-e cnmiar . aemles must he -ne_,,l e ,,teOsly fr?tie ??rluose The ^ys . -tiae "tti ., the tea ladle, the hot at.r keI.t e--ve'th-;in must be o? a r :i pattern, and in a prescrild 1'Le. E;en the shape of the bits of charc,'aI with hich the ,::atar is boiled is i,?'ilI or nrle, and the airuaiement f the charcral is sappese-l to require fgreet ski? Ordinarily the Japanese take their mue's ins?ience. According to the 'e i -es cen.ertion is nasetpprohibited. It is conSidered a mark of rene breeding, r- e'nerr when cting a lnd drining, to ra~w in the bracth with comriderable noise. This iS u';posad ut i,, ndicate that the -t.--: is cnjoVin. his foal.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 June 1886

MARRIAGE, 01RR, & CO., AUCTIONEERS, SIOCK AND LAND AGENTS, "-OLD SALES OF LIVE STOCK I1 in their vainl at TRIARALGON ( Foourr-rttre.Y 3IOIWIELI. i AD TO)ONGAIBIE TRAFALGAR I MONT.eLY N.?LRACAN " Per our .IIROO Adv rati-ementts CLEARING OUT and other SALES pro perly put through. AGEN1S FOR National ofNew Z7.ealand.FireIn isranee Co ('olnial. Intual Firenanrd ife Insurance Co. New York Life Instrance. C.'. ,New Zeala.nd Mereantile .gency Co. lO.\NS negntiated, and VALUATIONS male. ITEAD OFFICE--TRARALO N. _MORWELL, MON., JUNE 21. .1 RRI.GE. ORR. & CO. -i-l sell on 1. aLwe_ date forivariout ownetr CI Fat Bulloeks and Cows . J.? Milkers. Dry cws, and Springers; 10 BulhlockL Steers and Heifers t) 2 to 3-yr-o'd Ster,. really grol I, r?s?. io.P- and Sundries iAter , srItht!k s we will -iell aneemnt of 3!r Jnnir at ,":rMee. ,t0 ,ho-ie Fr-it Tec .s all his own -rowine in lots to snit buyers, on view day of stt-- don't xisi them ' ! CLEARING SALE. EAGLEHIAWK. G ;LENGARRY. TUES...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 June 1886

T A A LGON DISPENSARY PVAUL KEEESATTEL, Chemist. Drugg'ist-andel Dentist (By examin=ticn). ':4n:b, r of the Phanrmsaceutial Society of Vict'ria. - : p-:: iors and Family Recipes most carefully dispensed - . cmy of c- rrv Prescrir:ion is re-istered for future reference. .i. p :prr - , _o ;! týwrnship? of the district, on application ,-:'?. c:-fiy .:, ppr, a-:Fn extOrci4e, nily the newest styie ot injtrumnient used. -:Sto- includes,. amongst. ntumerous other articles : . :. r B?.3 s .r. Krna:' n nam:u::-:ur,. evtry bruLmk guranteed - :. -!in . .. r : . i ma el's. t':.. Perfum crv. -- . r . ...n, , -, -. • 3s per bottle .--:. l ir Oi, s aren whih O:to de Rose, and Orange flower j,: : L._. zeng . r_ = r. i- e-r ip:ion _ ;-.euiy :uc cl ble. per bottle : Powders, made ft pur chemicals and full weight, Is 3d S::, P.=ir. :r ch:eckig the spread of contagions diseases is tt . -:.-r=, _.. v?= r.iJ for in.mministe use an:d more relish'e than vi:-d lusry a lu·r. Poultice, box containimg 3 plaste...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 June 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [By Wire.--From our Correspondent.] Melbourne, Thursday evening. The North Shore (Sydney) mystery was investigated to-day, and Grilliths was charged with criminally assaulting the deceased Elizabeth Martin. Exa mined he stated that the two girls remained in the tent with him and James all night, but nothing improper occurred. Early in the morning deceased got up, went out and never returned. Her body was found next morning in the water; he denies hav ing columitted a criminal asssult. An influential deputation represen ting the missions committee 'of the Presbyterian Church interviewed the Premier to urge him to take steps to protect the British missionaries in the New Hebrides. Mr Gillies promised to do all in his power and would see the Governor at once to say that the Admiral should preyent interference with the missionaries by the French troops. The inquest on the body of James Lane whownsmurdered at hisownshop in Simpson's road on the 1st of June, is conclu...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1886. OUR FOOTPATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 18 June 1886

"MIODERATE, HUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday &Friday morning.) FRIDAY. JUNE iS. 188e. OUR FOOTPATHS. IT is with great reluctance that we write anything which may tend to show this town in an unfavorable light, and when we do so, our readers ]may be sure that it is not from any desire on our part to find fault with the town and its surroundings, but rather fronm a desire to point out a means of remedying a fault which unmistakably exists. Traralgon has certaitnly' made rapid progress during the last two years, and the result is now that the traffic on the streets and footphths.is inunmmensely increased. But though the traffic hasl increased, the maintenance of the streets has not kept pace with the times. The footpaths for the most part are nmuch in tie same state as when they were first marked out. The reason may perhaps be found in the fact that here there is no suitable gravel to spread on them, no good stone to make flagging for them, nor any gasworks from which...

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THE FUNERAL OF SIR ALEXSTUART. London, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

IlE FUTNER 4L OF Silt ALEX. STUART. :Loudon, June 20. ihe rermairs el the late Sir Alex. Stuart were .utered ycsterday at Harrow. Amon g those wire attendCe the funeral ::re the AIments-Generel and -mnany of the Irincipal colonists now in Londep' Dcl'eatcs on behalf of Her Maj-er thc Qu'iene and His Royl Hi lnhars the.. Prince of Wales wcrc also plrecnt.

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Geologists and the East Lothian Ploughman. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

U Geolorists and ` the East Lothi;in Ploughinnin Profemssr Geiki5_with some "eolo-icai friends, on e paid ii wi ' oib &~ Lothinh.l :nd wns exznsni- sOue rocks there wirhicli d=ope down td hit' public .ioad, whim ieap:louei man pnased.-, The rustic: o..rr 1.-r .1 the rilfesscrs' remairks on tihestn 3idd ielton 5tiLee standinw rocks afforded of the. iotion of- the' "1 icie S. and D.c stgppd t.short "Th1le confoo' dit niOt:, x h AX ci ; " ".-n dier'i w1 ci ni p for Ls many I :s' as rre do'nro, `flier" ; ci b.*ttter !I=v·ira . lnrlS.it iltsa;ikl" 1? Sd:')3?Hi o-' werri in.the h abit of shd ng in,. a situn posture down tde rocks. The quickest tiy fora- young mnan : 12 "ai'P"i Jv'rA7e is p nir'V a. 1-nfl.,".la, -12' ,Oi:s p

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CORRESPONDENCE. ADVANCE TRARALGON. (To the Editor of the Traralgon Record). [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

CQ ?OESPONDENCE. ADVANCE TRARALGON. o (R Edi tore .f tA. ara1gons SrordJ. eSm,-As an inhabitant of this town I tertainly must congratdlate you upon the energydisplayed in bringing nuder public notice our wants and shortcomings. • On Friday last yon have an able leader on the state of buy roads and footpaths winch, no one passing 'along any of dir streets an :?deny,: bdly reouire attention. .,On the previous Fridayyoureferrdtothela?ge amount of valuable space taken no in our principal street by the police-paddock. Now that these mnattczs? rhve been pro minentl b.rought under the no ice of our Shire (ouncil I trust they will at once •oke steps to remedy them, of coursd as rera.ds the former the plea of expense can be- ued, and I think justly, but no such excuse can be pleaded in connection with haviig that Inrt of Franklinnstreet, putup for auction which is now merely waste ground, but which if sold and built upon would not only greatly improve the apperrance of the town, but would al...

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THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN JUBILEE EXHIBITION. London, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

THE SOUTH AUSTRAiLIN T.1?BILEE EXHIBITION.: aondor, rune 18. Sir Samuel Davenport, the executive comimiss;oner for South Australia at the Colonial and Indiar. Exhibition, has made a formal request that the British Government. will appoint a royal commissioR, u?der the |presidencr of His Rloyal Highness the Prince of "'ales, in cohnection 'jith the Jubilee Exhibition to be held in Adelaide next year. No reph 1has ;:et been received to the request.

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THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

THE WOOL 1AURKET. Messrs Buratall and Reushaw, 14 Queen-street have received the following telegraphic report from Messrs JanmC Morrison and Co., London, under date 16th June :--" The third series of wool sales opened this evening, and the atten danoo of both home and foreign buyers was -very numerous, and bidding for all descriptions of wools was very animrued, the total quantities of bales availbl bein' 350,000, of which 30,000 are from the (npe. Prices realised so far show an advance of 2d lb per closing rates of Iost series on both scoured and greasy mcerno and fine and coarse crosslreds have Ad tanced fol'y five per cent. The sal]es h'L opened well, and a good demand is e pected throughout. There were about 12,750 bales offered to-night. The South Apstralian f(* b1ll team arrived to-day and were welcome1l 1 the Football Association. The ?lhampoa has arrived from Hong Kong with 90 Chinese paSe.: gers.

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CHURCHES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

: CHURCHES. PRFlsnYTERIi CHGiURCI. The groundwork of the subject of dis course on Sunday evenilg was found in the first and second chapters of Acts-the interval between Christ's departure and the day of.Pentccst.-Christ, the disci ples' Lord and Master, had by his death dispersed all their hopes of his setting up a temporal kingdom, and had shown them that it wrs expedient in the establishing of hli kingdom that he should go away iii that manner. Whilosad arid depressed hthlis death'he had api?j.reid in their midst, their hopes returned ; but his visit was transient, for while he was blessing them he was l1'ted from them. Before going he had left his word and command, thit tile blessing he had promised of power from heaven, would come, only they rmust tarry in .Jernsalem and wait for it. They knew what their mission was, but they looked lingeringly up into heaven after Jesus. We are often too apt when tried by sorrow, to look down into, the earth, when we might be looking up into he...

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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, June 19. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, June 19. Messrs Little and Borthwick report:-, Fat Cattle.-Brisk demand, and we expect prices to keep good for some time. Our sales-wTrrnalon, cows, £5 5s to £6 10s; bullocks, Iigit, £7 to £8 12s 6d. At Maftra, cows, £5, £5 10s, £5 17s 6d, £6 5s, £6 2s 6d ; bullocks, £7 2s 6d to £8 ; heifers, £5 to £5 12s 6d; vealers, £1 8s to £2 3s. At Sale, sameas Maffra. Store Cattle.-Brisk, with strong upward ten. dency, and prices ruling higher than the p)re?ous two. months. On Monday at Tramralgon our yards well supplied, and all sold. 60 2 to 21 yrs. steers, £3 13s; bul locks, £6 169, these 4 yrs. in condition; cows, £3 5a to £4; springers, £5 to £6 5s. On Wednesday at Traralgou (in con junction with A. M'Laen and Co.)weheld a very successful clearing sale for Mr Henry Breed. At MaIffr on Friday not many forward, and all sold well. Good bullocks, £5 10s to £6 ]0s, latter good aged and well grown; cows, £2 Cs to L4 Is. At Sale prices very brisk, bspecia...

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TALMAGE ON THE MARRIAGE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

TALMAGE ON- THE MAR RIAGE RING. Dr. Talhnae. on a recent occasion, in the Brooklyn Tabernacle, took for his'tex :-" And Isaac went out to meditate in tie rleld at Erentide, and lie lifted up his eyes and saw, and, behold, the camels were. coming." Genesis xxiv., 63. A bridal pageant on the back of dromedaries; said Dr. Taulage. The camel has often been called the ship of tile desert.. Its swaying motion in the'distance reminds one of a vessel rising and fallingj with the billows. Though awkward, how imposing these creatures, as they move along through ancient and modern times, carrying four hundred or four thousand passengers from Bagdad to Alleppo, or from Basoir to Damascus. In my text there is a caravan. It contains a number'of mounted passen gers. Who are they Isaac has been praying for a wife, and it is' time ihe had] one, for Ii is 'foityv " rs of"'age. HIls servant has selected Rebecca and with her coripaniofts iud-her 'iiaidens she is on her way to her new home, carrying the...

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