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ST. JAMES' CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

Sr. JAMeis' CnHURC. The Rev. J. R. Walker preached in the morning from Rev. 2?ch. 5v.: "And they shall reign for ever and ever." The preacher said, in referring to the accession of Queen Viotoria, of which that day was the 49th anniversary, thatit wsadifficult matter to deal with, as it might easily be thought that undue prominence was given to an earthly sovereign. It was made especially more difliclt oron that day on account of its being Trinity Sunday, but he expressed a hope that the Holyvirinity would help us to express our allegiance to our queen without detracting from our loyalty to the King of Kings. Reference was made to the desire inherent in most persons to rule and rign; the same desire was to be observed in the lower animals. Allusion was made to the fact that the love of power was so great in monarchs, that no instance was on record ofasovereign in power having committed suicide. We were here to suffer, that we may reign hereafter, and,God's servants shall reign for e...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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FOOTBALL. TRARALGON V. ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

FOOTBALL. T?ARALGOGO V.- ROSEDALR. ,The return match letween these two teams, was playrdin the :A-iiculturalP reserve, Traralgon, on Saturday last, and resulted in a win for the- visitors. The defeat wa,- in a greatmeasure, due to the paucity of members of.the local team who presented themselves. In stead ofsthere being 25 or 30 members on the ground, from whom a full team could be picked, onlv.il playing mem ther presented .themselves, and these with die addition to thennumber of Mr Crowe of Glenmarry .had to fight against the ratherlong odds of 16 of the visiting. team. Weet .captained the home team, and Scott led the visitors, who won the toss, and kicked towards the south, scoring a behind in thirty seconds after kick-oi0, and *. goal -within a min minutefrom the start. The "home team worked hard to take the. tall into the enerr.'s quarter, ai d Ifequently succeeded, but it was as r.ridly sent hac!: again, because the leail team had no forward men to play. on the Lbll when it wa...

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LOY YANG. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

14OY YANG. -:0: [From our own Correspondent.] Saturday. A public temperane meeting was held onl ednesday at our sawmills, ,and con ducted by the Rev, J. G. Wilson, assisted by 1ev, T. Alday and other temperance friends from Traralgo,. The township was well represented, and the utmost at tention prevailed throughnut the meeting. The chairman stated why such a meet ing was being held. ; the township of Loy Yang was becoming peopled, and as there was not much to break the monotony of daily work, the meeting'might, be looked upon in that light. But that was niot all, They had come amongst them to try and do them good. He then called on ?3r Alday, whose remarks-were bised on the query, "does experience teach us that intomperance is good, or that it is evil r" Because our forefathers thought it good was no reason that we should follow in their steps. Force ofexamole in thiscaseo was hurtful. The idea tht taking intoxi cants by a strong healthy man, as con ducing to. health had long since ...

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THE COMBINED FLEET. London, June 19. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

THE COM10i3E1) E I LEET. Lordon. Jtzxe 19. The "combinei d }.nrope iu squadron, whlich rect'-y undertoa thee bloelkdc ot Greek ports. stjtionwdi at Sudan Bay, hist nose beeini tprsed anmd tihe Duke ef Edinburgh; who was in coninmand bf the British sqiumdron, hasarrived ,at Malt .

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COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. Messrs Marriage, Orr, and Co., report : -On W'edncsdy 16th instant we held our usual monthly sale at our ioew yards Narracan, we had a fair supply of cattle entered most of which were sold, bidding was brisk, and the attendance well up to the average. Fat cows fetched up to £6 7s Gd; springers to £5 15s ; forward young steers and heifers, £3 17s to £4 15 other classes about recent rates. On Thursday the 17th instant, we held quarterly sale at Toongabbie for James Slater, Esq., J.p, and various owners, the attendance was very good and bidding lively, all the stock yarded was in splendid health and condi tion, and several mobs were sold at very reasonable figures, Mr Slater putting on low reserves. Prices: A draft of forward • bullocks brought £6 Is, and odi lots to E7 2s 6d ; fat cows to £6 ; a nice pen of half fat cows, £4 10s, while a mob of sixty-one good store cows sold for £3 15I; young steers and heifers ran from £2 16% £4 Is, to £4 2s 6d ; calves...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1886. THE RAILWAY CROSSING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

"MODERATE. BUT PROGRESSIVE:' (Published every Tacsly SyFridsy morning.) TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 15886. THE RAILWAY CROSSING. Tnose who have business '-it tlhe lodal railc~jsy station about mthe time of ar-' rival of the evening up' train from tale, nre constantly reminded of the danger thero:exists of liemii uine oyer .li eitfher the trucks or engine, which are for about ln half-hour moving: to and fro in an. apparently, erratic manner. The shliinting" of trucks and carriages which takes place about the time mentioned is of course a necessity, and no one is likely to find fault with iit per se, buti where the fault in'the mat.ter, really-hes Ws in' one~ ofeitwo tining,-either the Iooking oflice chould-be'ot p hoolther side- fthe iine, r there slnteel bth arci id. or snhb-ay to where the houking office is. The present arurangemenets n?e ba, anld ex eediinglyrlike.ly to'leadl tOCe9?3 ~a0oji lent, and should -sgqr ac idtujtlccide involving a demand upon fthe Om:eini inent for dantages,it wil...

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THE COLONIAL AND INDIAN EXHIBITION. London, June 19. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

THE CeLONiAL, AND INDIAN EXH iIrrTION. -: L'ndon, Tune 19. The A?ents-Genernd and the execu tive coninissioners have been invited to meet at the Exhibition on Tuesday, the 22nd icnstat, in order to receive a communication from the Prince of Wales. It is understood that his Roval IIiglmness will.bring before them a proposni for continuing the exhibition during the year.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

1 EUROPEAiN TELEGRA VS. [From:n Melbourne papers.] London, June 1G. Complaints are made of the silence of the English political leaders with regard to the recent French aggrcsions in the Pacific. Mr Graham Berry, the. agent-gene ral for Victoria, intends forwarding a dcspatch~'poi the subject of the recent Frenchlac tion ini'the ?rew Hebrides to Earl Granville, Soietary of State for i the colonies, t-omoirow. Mr erry will suggest the joint ocecupatioui of the islands by.England and France as a measure of precaution against French aggreson. The " Globe," in' cominenting upon the recent proceedings in the New Hebrides, assrts that France has com mIitted a flagrant breach' Of- faith, and that her action amounts to a virtual annexation of the islands. M:' de Frey?cimiet, thedPresideut of the' French Council and Minister of Foreign Affairs, explains, with regard to the recent landing of. troops, from New Caledonia in the New Hebrides, that.it is intended that the troops shall remain unti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. fastr..Yr, :"--Finety-seren miles from MlelThoune. r tlhe madn Gippsl.lnI line, at the junction of the Hevlleld lt.o~ Shire Con ~el..rleeJnLar.- - , Pe trkin Rsq., Catu.cillornersensri Gi Firml'l? ID *.nupbell. II. Breed. B?odvcomh, Keill her, Forryth, 3Iill, and Varney; Shire Seer tar ?ad Ergiscer. Mr Jame: Campbell : Rte Collestor, Works lospector, &e.. F. ['Kin enll: Trentrer.J. H. Reed. mranaer of ]lank ofA r?:uaeishBealth tiifile,Dr l.,ltr omnerv Inspector or Kcrtmecs, Constalle Donoghue; the Council also actaa as ".Local Board of Health, and meet'foru.b-ineis on tlesecond Wednusday in the month at I l'am.' Luw.--Poliee Magistrat,, .. W. Hewitt, Esq . who holds courts on the fourth Thurs day in every month, the Justices of the Peace presiding on the second Thursaly, at 10a.m. ; Llerk of Court, and also Electoral Registrar, Mr-harles Do Ve Justices of the Peace, 3Mens J. Peterkin, Dr Morrison U. Young, W. Whittake s, . Mackay. and I. Sykes. Solicitors.-- ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [By Wire.-From our Correspondeint] Melbourile, Monday evening. r The dome of the new tile kiln at the Victorian Ornamentary Tile Company, Ringwood, : collapsed this muorning. A: boy, named John :BiBra?keell as killed, and.three men seriously injured. The dome was finished on Saturday, and the men wero removing the caf-l folding to~day. when an. iron band, girding theo base of the dom ih.iiko aiid the w!ole. fell in-thirty-thorisand ,bricks'falling, upon the men; -,:: A1 Victorian Chiniman; named fiiri Gooh';48 yerirs old; was found dead ';i bed in Ack Gdoin's furniture Wire lihiose in Little' Bourke-street. An inquest will be held; : Thie :personal effects of i??;d St.1 Leoirards were seized at the: Cathedral Hotel under? a: distressi, wearrit:for non payimentof, Jlisl h d and leodgng. ' An extraordinary czas of inistaken identity was noticed at theOCity court. Georgeo Campbell was charged with obtainiuig money underfalnsepretences, ancld is Iidenitified by 'the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

Wanted; ' rentices to the dress rnnin, pflyto J 4) C? O Y J. SANDS, Franklin-street. ýTA7_ýTrED. googeneralserant ;";wage X12.1 .Apl l t once Tramlraon. For Sale or-To Let. 'OR tZATi.E CIEAP.A-One 'thidhnrse . Searth scoop, lmoost new. Anply S WE'STl3RbS*. Traralgo'i POR Sk.\tE aring;li1lron2~:x'~ a3:"up to! P'10 x x . Best; flooring for stablel J.nb eTliEd... J, rliN & CO. FFOU tSALE.- FRUIT TREES, SHRUBS, 1 &cs'guaratecd. at Melhonrne prices. -W. LUXFORD. S* Sedeesen, Franklcin-rtrect; Trar Igor: 1't iap4ty Lit Lý uJ- SANDS, OR SALE.-White -L.gborn F Apply at this Office far particulars. SR SALE -Donble-sented N~rnggonette, I good an21neW cheap Appply, i C bEST TeBragOO-an. T7i HRsSAL·F-POSTS and, JL ,IlI S, , .Gar 1' i. den Pnlin, ~and firo i nlin .innany qua~ntity. Apply to C. STEAVIIA1' ' ~3 jjfr8 -;.s. TeaxaI~en2 IIIMD E'EI! -0;G DF1ELUS. Kor X:.E-4bngcconntoftheseprihttr barino decided to lhatothetditric oo.Kim. benry, the llctabtished buseinessknownis lI ELLt...

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ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 21ST. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

-OS-DALE SHIRE COUNCIL. yt)i.DA¶. NJtE 2:sr. Cr Hiiam (president), t,-' r. (o"r, (31ieer, Disher, ,k·?. Clemesnt. anti Pelersen. Cnre.rstmE5CLSS F-11 J. L 3iHLean contractor of -,: .kinn exceprson to areport Sd the Cunnillast ab`s.t by r" e- overseer, and forwardinm .,::: J'.l.ux itnh"5 ?nr e otntlH 1' c a. , Geor Tanner, two :':ered pe.nna, to the effict that --in lo. s nu- an the reestruction SFcr!:n ca??-in g, were not con , "? Iti ste ierseer. " -. Arthur inspector of nui tailt t tist he }iLi inspected. ý: ' L'. te plF:aces ini the shire and • :thens c.ean and free front aui :,n pir Atki. .ealatfir er. t the- -he.dth of the iistrict to be tith tfe et fEon eia fewcases ,a coa s s .-Received. F?ai Thos. Ts'nnur, Traralgoc, ask ... a rnoad should be cpeeed for . f selectors :t the aestse '6- t creek road, an? pointing out hL-,dc Walter Tanner has waited rear' for it to be done.-Received. -r m P. Muren.Hnlye Plain cillinr? Surncil's atention to the danger . ate of the road between h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

AnctiottS 7' A· cc p .- '- ' *, - VARRIAGE. ORR, &,CO, AUCTIONE' ESRSi,. SIOCK AM) DLAi\D Ac;FTiN, I[OLT) SAT.FS OF LIVE STOCK TRtAr.ALG.flW . ForT':rnIHTt.Y. TILA!'AL.';AI o.v'r'n. y l.\ iuLA.'AX [ P;'r ".r IKr1O Advi:l:i','nt-3 LEARINl OrTT a~:!-othr ýALIE. pro -iy put tr '.'!rl AGr:ISr F.- N ati"naLoa tN- Zra!an'l Fire Tr, nncrr C o I' ,lnrrial Mrtr: al Finr.rni f.if"r I:a . t r,:,.C,. i Nr.-r York Life insnmanc'. C,. Nr.w Zear.nni M-r..>r.ii, A-..:Icy CiL LOAN. nc-r.tti.,to3l. 'zl VALI'AT7ICNS HIAD OFFICE--TRARALG N. TRARALGON. MON., JU-E 28, ARnRIAoE. ORl r ,.; CO. will l.'ron alroce date f,,r variorra owner Is Fat nlloleksi -tnd Cows 40 prime 5-yr-ohl Iullr,ick.. hmlffat 50 forward yonns Steere anid Ileifer; 60 dry Cuw. Mlilkler, Springere, Calrves, etO. 20 Pigfi Strorw antl porker We have 20 tago of snperior Grass Soil ir sale nt U Iper hinlcl. CLEARING SALE. EAGLEHAWK, (ILENGARTY, TUESDAY, JUNE 22 M AHRIAOE, ORR & CO. are faorerd L with insmuations frm Mr ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

TRARALGuON DISPENSARY erýtL LEEESATTErL, Cheist ,)ruggist. .and Dentist . A, _ (By examination). femib'er of the Pharmaceutical Society of Victmria. Physicians Pieceriuption and Family Recipes most carefully dispensed The exact cozy of every PrescAption is registered for future reference. )ficinee'fararded pro ptly to all townships of the district, on application ?'ee? ctardallyv sppged and extracted, only the newest style of instruments used. The large Stock includes, amongst numerous other articles: ToetI, Ynil :an nair Brus,-s e o' Kent'c nomi~nelure. every bLudh guranteed Pise and Lul in's. Go. efl's, Rimmel's. etc., Perfumery. Lavender W ter, severas bLrands, is, 2s, and 3s per bottle Hlighi perfumed Hair Oil, scented with Otto de Rose, and Orange Flower i per :tle Medin 'd Lýxenges, c:f .err decription Marking Ink, genuine iotible, Is per bottle Supericr Saidlitz Powders, made uf pure chemicals and full weight, Is 3d Dii:-teeting P:?wder. far checking the spread of contagious ...

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ANOTHER BENEDICT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

ANOTHER BENEDICT. A marriage which created a good deal of interest, the bride and bride groom being so well known in the   district, was celebrated at Denison on Thursday, the Rev. J. G. Wilson being the officiating minister. The bride-     groom was Mr H. A. Luke, of "The Gippsland Mercury," eldest son of Mr   Henry Luke, of Myrtleholm, Hawks   burn, formerly of Sale, and the bride Miss Ellie Buntine, third daughter of Mr Robert Buntine, of Meadowbank,   Denison. A large number of icatfires were present at the ceremony, w-hich took pl;ce at the residence of the bride's father, a.nd the happy pair s~i sequently left for Heyfield, "en route" for Saindhurst, -ic?here the honeymoon will be spent, amidst tle usual demon strations and heartfelt wishes for their future happiness: Messrs Clues Bros. supplied the turn-out of white horses, appropriately decorated in excellent style and taste and piloted by Mr Georg...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 22 June 1886

MARRIAGE. Sommers -Donaldson -On the 9th inst.       at Church of England. by the Rev. J. K Walker. Charles, third son of Wm. Som mers Esq~.. Geelong, to Agnes, third and eldest surviving daughter of the late David Donaldson. ESQ., Morwell    

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE CALLIGNEE ROAD. (To the Editor of the Traralgon Record). [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 June 1886

CORRESPONDENCE. THE CALLIGNEE ROA,\), ,To the l:ditr nf thte ?.rrlgmo. 7terr). SITI,--T cra*ve a small portion of yrol spare to mak kntownn on of the (m,?s wants of thl rlwllers in the scrIlcountr of South Gippuland. It is nnt wantf wonn, or of water, or of milul (for you have tlot got all that commodity wirns vour offico door) but a want of "me:a1ns if comminuication with our fellow men,, a want. of means of transit for our go~di and the wtnt of a way to twet what w! re quire or tour in o and cornfrt, I aool mnanr others have livdl. or ratlher rxisted,in this scrnlh for nearly · ven ye vtrs, ahra?s honlpin for a htotr state of thinigs, ,ht time panses and still the salme old sntlta affairs, the sOnmo huge nlmud hole. the lack hnrs.s the onlly conreyarnce. Therefmnt I think it is tirmt fir snlne onll to enqulir when thorn is likely to he a clhartg,, h..en will our S.hirr Con,ciTl gt osufficiettlv nso of dnht to lear n"of clearir. timld foroinin. roadls where Conicillors drive their ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 June 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [By Wiro.--From our Correspondent.] Melbourne, Thursday evening. Tire latest .news from Kimberley states tºhe patches are worked out, and that ther is no real goldfield. People are'strongly advised not to go. No gold has been brouglht from the diggings for four weeks. The Legdslative Asrenibly in Sydney sat all night, mul were sitting at one o'clock to day. The Opposition are stonuewalirg the Customs Duties Bill, and want :n adjourmnnent. The Government are determined to force a division. Neili spokle against the Bill for nearly 9 hours. Mary Pomeroy, a :gir1 age~ seven years, whilst lighting a 'fire at her parents' residence, ignitell her clothes. The upper part of her bodl" was badly burned, and she died soon 'after her. admittance to the horspital. William Beale anil W. Garfield were charged with tabbing Frederick Flenmming. It was proved that. Fleunming startce the quarrel. The bench dischargea the prisoners, re marrking that the kaife was not used intention...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 June 1886

ANSWERS TO COU)ItRESPOND LNT2S. "lInf.ant Mus.'" Your contribution is not up to our standanl. It wou!d take ip tli) much spare to loint all the faults in yurdiction, but a:.au desire to kinow some of th~i. wCe muti say that (I) your composi tion is lrot p;utry. but mercoy rhyme; (2) your orth igraphy is had. There is no ruch wonrl as Plhchfius, it is Phlchus; and varieg. - tll Isrt vriat td; (3) you hare not paid ouf ?iclt attuention to itmasure. and your coll trbution partakes of the nature if doltgerel. ?el do Iot wisth to di.sou lrate you if you are young; andll wo i ldO snl etilt?nt onl Car r filly studlly such a work a<- " EIglish L.sonos for English people." With twelve months' i-hLe study if ituch a wolrk, we should expect you would at le.at write good prose.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 June 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. "fan.nR rO.co--Ninetytseven miles from Melbourne., n the main Gippsland lire. St the junction of the evrfield line. Shire Council.-Presidenr. J. Peterkin Esq., Councillocr, MTessrs G. Ihnit it I) dnimplell. I. Blreed. Biodycomhb. Kell her. Forsyth, .Mll, and Varney; Shire Feerearyv end Engineer. Ilr Jan:e. Campbell: Rate Colle.:or. Works Inspector, se.. F. h'Kin ncll; Treasurer.J. II. Reed. manager of Ilnk of AustralaiasHealth (ill. e.Dr Montgomery Inspectorot u sanc?s.Constable DInoglue; the COun it also ant a aa I oal h~ord ot Health. and meet for bu-ine-s on thesercon.I Wedneedav in the month at II a m. L.w.-Polire Mc gist ate, A. W\. II .wit,. Esq . who holds courts on the fourth Thu i day in every month, the Juctren of the Peace presidling on the second Thursltay, at 1Oa.m.; Llerk .f Court. and also -I.c toeal Re.riotrar. 3r Charlic Du Ve: Ju-tien. ,.t the P(ace, 3le.srs J. Peterkin, Dr Morrison U. YTung, W. Whiuake s. 1R. tIckay. an:d J. Srkes. Slicitors.-H. B....

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