ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Traralgon Record Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 164,195 items from Traralgon Record, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
164,195 results
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 June 1886

Wanted. TANTED alpprentices to the dress , nakintg,railly to J. SANDS, Franklin-.trect. For Sale or To Lot. TO LET.--Splendid Farm of 630 narc, 1 mile fromn Morwell (property of J. Filzpatrick. If l.) having an esxtenive. frontageto Morwell River. securely feiredl, and subdivided. S-roeomed hoxuse (ntew) large glrden, sisb es and outhuuses. Terms 2 ycars. . ARRIAGE, OT.R & CO. 'IGR SAT.E.-lotel and store at Mirbon FS North. doing giil'trade. Price low. Terms liberal. For iparticulars apply at our oflices. Morwell and Tralrnlgs. MARiOI[AGE, ORR& CO. ?OR SALE, CHEIAP.-Onc threeshorse earth scoop. abnlmt newe. Apply WEST :RtOS., Trar?nlgon "OOR SYALE.-l':acing Block- 4x5S3 up to . lo 10 , x I3 :Ist flooring for stable ymats. shedos,. etc. T. J'PETERKIN & CO. FIOR SALE.- FRUIT TREES. SHRUBS, L' ke.Cguaranteed, at Mclbourne riices. W. LUXFOIRD. SthLesman, Franklin-street, "rrarnlgsn. "FOR SALFV-A light waggonette cheaqp, p' lply to J. SANDS, Trarnagon. OR SA\LE.-W...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 June 1886

COIMMERCIAL. -:o:: 'trARALGOO MARKET& Tes;rs Macringe, Orr. r.nd Co. report: M3orwell, JIonllav, 21st iust. Supply of cattle forwardn not up to recent markets Iore. blusiness:transaetcd was limited.and we have'to renort a dull market. Sprinters. £4 174 6id to £5 tOs; young steers, £2 IUs to £l 13IS; ulhlL'ks. to £ii; heifers, £2 4l to £1. We sold after cnttle, some trees for M1r Junior at good prices. Glengarry, Tuesday, 22nd inst. Held clearing sale for 3Mr Chns. Williams (who has let his hotel) ; there was a very good atttodance of buyer. and the bidditng throlgholtt tlwas brisk. everything selling at satisfactory price :-Milkers to £5 1; s: calves. 23:i. Pi'gs.-S-lipi. 5s G61 and 7 w : s?ws, 22s to 32.. Sheep.-Fat wethers at lS lid: ewes. 14s tid to tls Gd; tie Linlenrln rain went for -31. The piiano so'd for £3 . anti rest of flrniture at full rates. Trnralgoni. 2ti ilst., monthly hlorse o.de. Our yards wii supplied with horses, atten dance of buy.r~s small, and sales ef...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 June 1886

MELBOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.] Wednesday evening. Business in the Assembly commencedl last it niht :Is usuntl by tile Sleakerreading the list of notices of miotion. When he i came to \Mr Gautnsotni' notice that the A House affirm the desirability of granting 11 Home Rule to Ireland, the Premier re- c quested that that matter might he dealt c with at once. It, was accordingly put to v the I louso, arid 3' (illide strongly op.n posed it. lie declared that we had Inth ill" to der with the question, which Intlst lie settled by the Imperial Parliament, and trusted the notice would Ie e.stplingeI l I from the Il'P r. Air Bent moved the ad- t i)jolrUtelint of the debahte ill coIsePqllene I of the thin. hous (it almost seemed as I thoulgh members had le?n put to ligliht l t the olvarkness of the case), and thoutih the Premier at first objected hle eventually gave way, and "Mr Lenut's motion was carried. Then Mr (leaves had . ple?sonal •.lel:matio. lie haid heeaccused by the Slrgus...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FINANCIAL STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 June 1886

FIlsxhCAL STATF.MET. Roseddle Riding.--Reccipts, £936 7s 7d; expenditure, £1578 12s 2d; Dr halance, £642 4s Td. Deaison Riding.-Receipts,£934 7s l;d expenditure, £1048 11; ld; Dr balnmce, £113 131s 9d. Tomolpia,bbie iding.-Receipts,£12 32 S19s i 0d; expenditure, £ 1506 19s Sd; Dr, aimne £!'273; 19s 0d. Owing on contracts.-Rosedale Riding, £501 d Is Gd; Dension Riding, .£246 Os Sd ; Tonr-n bbie Riding, £29 iris. Total. £X1177 16s 2d. Banik Overdraft.-£1#70 17s 3d.' P.ATMEN-TS. Engineer , £29 13s -Id; secretary, £16 1:s 4d ; health officer, £8 Gs Sd poundkeeper, £8 Gs 8(d; works over seer, 1£i1; herdsmen, £5 ]Gs Sd; J. }-Iazb1, £10 13s; T. Hines, £11 Ss; R. Edghill, £10 0s; inspector of nui meets, £6 cis-; Al. ,Williams, £1 10s; seerttarry's ',uarantet., £-1:; -treasurer's gunurautee, £2 ; depdtation expenses, £20; F. H .RobiLnson, £J 10s ;petty cash, £2; U. '?Wood, £1.9sl4d; A. C. Hollingsworth, £2 10s ; J. Philippe, £1 10s ; N. Sadler, £2 '10s:; P. W. Pedersen, £2; S. Rickett, £3 -S...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRARALGON POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 23RD JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 June 1886

TRARALGON POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 2311D JUNE. Before A. W. Hotitt, Esq., Dr Morrison and Messrs Pcterkiu and Sykes, J's.P. ollsE STEIILst;. Arthur Campbell, a youth of 16 veans, was charged with stealing a hone, siddle, bridle .nod inartingale from George How.? lett, of Moe. Goo. lHowlett, st'reman in the employ of Messrs Duckland BIrus., Moo. ])eplss, he knlew the accused, who was ill the employ of Mesars 1buIckland. Ilro~ fir about a year. lie had seen the piny wi;h the saddle and bridle outside the the rt. 'Ihat porly with the fittings ihls.uglMe to him (witmess). lie had irehluased itfrmn his father. Receipt liproduced. lie lao used the hioy ol the Gth inst., and miss?d the saddlo and bridle on the iorning of the 12th, The saddle and bridle were in the lhtari~ns ro,, of 31essis hialklasd iros. 11e also missed the pony an the 11th inst, and went inl search of it ,a S:i.tlay the 13tlh, blt not fitilinl it, ha r TPrted the mnater to the Police a~ Is,*. il.: next saw the I.bny at T...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 June 1886

31ELBOUUE1E MARKETS. LIVE STOCK. F.T CarrL,.--Al,ot 1700 were yarded, only a small proportion of .which were rime. Best descritions met with a brisk dcemand, and sold at prices fully equal to Last week's rates, but sales of middling and infcriorqumalities were slightly casier. Prime pens of hImlocks sold at from £13 to £10(i 1s., according to weight; good do., from £11 10s. to £12 10s.; second do., from L9 £10; inferior, from £5 10s.; prime pens cows, front £8 to £9 12s Gd.; good do., from £4 £7 10s.; middling and inferior, from £4 10s. Messrs. A.1 'Lean and Co. have sold 40 Lindenow (Mr. Hoyt's) lthlloks at £10 12s is. ; 10 Keogh, to £8 15s.; 10 Kellcher, Rolands, £7 10s.; cows, £7 3s; 10 lullocks,Harper, £10 3s id; 1I Foley, £10 2s. 6I. ; 30 Moore, £10 5s; 20 Woodside, £10 7s 6d. Messrs. Powers, Rutherford and Co. 20 bullocks for .Mr. Denis O'Brien, Cowwar, to £10 5s, averaging £9 13s .d; 20 hullocks for MIr. W. E. Power, Power's Court, to £10 2s Gd, averaging .£9 13s lGd. Peck, H...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 21ST. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 June 1886

ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MIONDAY, JUNE 21sT. (Contlnued from our last issue). PETIlTIONS. Prttceuted iby Cr Moore.-From 24 1iileints of Cowwatr, requesting the, ,uncil to pIropte to pet doWn tihit iu?.?. well with the Titlin auger at the --rliest opportunity. Owing to the iier s light rainf,,all, and the continual l'xoerilng f tile undiergrounld supply, ;".n inhl:itants at times are verj n ie'h pushed for a supply of pure drinking water. and it is Gut of the p,,wer if a private it4ividadii to get a permane't supply. As many o- them haie to depend on tke very slight rain ill fir their daily supply, ttiy trust Ithe comtncil will see the necessity of at ,,n, proce'eding with the work as a im:atter of necessit anlld urgency.--OL the motion of Cr 2Moore, seconded by Cr .x1im,:ru-.theenf~inlei wits instructSdl t, iins:pect :ii report on tkelest means of procurng a supply of wator for Ciwair township. Presented by Cr Perlerscn.--itr'm retepayers of the Rosedale Shire and others, lpointi:ng ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 June 1886

n ctionws. MARRIAGE, ORR, & CO., AUCTIONEERS, *TOCK AND LAND AGENTS, OTID ,SALES OF LIVE STOCK in their vannts at TILLIRALGON { Fo.rrT?g.vr. 3.IORWELL , TOONGAI:BITE' TRAFALGAR I 3orOrTIILY NARRACAN ' Per our illM.OO " I Advertisements j.EARING OUT and other SALES pro S . perly put through. AGcsYI FOR National ofNewiZealand.FireTlnmnace Co Colonial BIntual Fireand Life Insurance C,. Nrw York Life Insurane. Co. N.ew Zceland Mercantile Agency Co. LQA.NS negstiantcd. and YVALUATI'ONS malse. lEAD) OFFIGE-TRAIbAL G N. TIhARALGON, MON., JUNE 28. J.\RRl\IGE, OCR. & CO. will sell on 1 alve. date fr various ownver- 13 Fat Itn!lhcko and Corm to1 prime :5-yr-ohld lullocks. half fat :05 fonrardt youn_ Steers and Ileifcer 61 dsry Coss., ilkers, Springers. Calves. S0 rig. Stor's and porkers We hasvs 20 IUss. of stlperior Crans See:l for sale at 5s per bushel. 3MQRWELL, TUESDAY, JULY G. I'LEARING SALE OF FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. SARlRIAGE. ORR & CO. art fv:orrd i_ with insrnc...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 June 1886

TRARALGON DISPENSARY PAUL -LE ATTELC Chemist, Druggist. and Dentist iBy examinatiol,. Member of the Pharmnaceutical Society of Vict .ria. Phvsicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes most carefully. dispensed The exact copy of every Prescription is registered for future reference. 3Medicines forwarded promnptly to :l townships 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 : Tloth,Nail l :,ml air Bruh, s of Kenrt', n.a;lticture, ever brush nuranteed Pi--e and Lubin's, aGosn !', Rimnme's, etc., ]Porfunmere. Larrenler Water, several- brands, Is 2. and 3s per bottle Sc.hlv ,ernfimed Hu r Oil, sccn.ed with Otto de Rose, :md Orange Flower Is per botle edieicatea Lozenges, of very r -description SMarkinr Ink, _enuine i -eible, I- per bottle :~erir,, Sbidliz Pcsw-re. tade nf pur- chemicals and full weight, Is 3d Din.ecinin Powder. it: cfhecki .- :he spread of rcontigi...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 25 June 1886

MARRIAGE. RUSSELL - MOORE.- On the 23rd June, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. J. G. Wilson, William Russell, of Glengarry,to Isabella, daughter of John   Moore, of Loy Yang. _______________________________ _____________

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IRELANDS CONTRIBUTION TO THE IMPERIAL REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 June 1886

IRELAND'S CONTRIBU TION TO THE IMPERIAL REVENUE. t-~ A parliamentary return gives some interesting information concerning the amount of Ireland's contribution to the Imperial Revenue since 1851. The revenue of England and Wales for the year 1884-5 was from Customs, £ 16,847,743, : StripInland Revenue is home made. £6,308,466 ; income tax, £10,214,091; otheritems, £23,957,386, making a total of £57,327,686. The revenue of Scotland from Customs in 1-84-5 was £1,7S2,619. Inland lRe venue: Spirits, home made,£4,053,683; income tax, £1,137,001; other items, £1,852,638 ; making a total of £8,825,941. The revenue of Ireland from Customsin 1884-5was£2,038,303. Inland Revenue: Spirits, home made, £3,625,323; income tax, £571,678; other items, £1,519,697; making a total of £7,755,001. The total revenue of Ireland in 1851 was £3,998,165; in 1861, £6,420,159; in 1871, £7,088,702; and in 1881, £7,321,926. The gross revenue for the whole of 'the United Kingldom in 1884-5 was £73,908,628. Ireland'...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOT A LINE IN THE PAPER THAT NOBODY READS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 June 1886

NOT. A . LINE IN THE. PAPER THAT NOBODY READS... (By Frank G. Tobey, of Providence .loanial, before the Rhode Island Press Association.) The editor sat in his chair alone A busier person there never was ' known When in came a farmer, a jolly old soul, Whose name for long years had been borne on the roll - Of paying subscribers. He had come into town To bring his good wife and some . farm produce down; And.having, a momixent or two ho could spare Had run in as usual, to bring in a shaere Of .dhis own inward sunshine, to .lighten the gloom Of the man of the press and his dull, cheerless room.. The editor's smile, as he lifted his eyes And saw who was there, was of joyful surprise; And he greeted his friend with a deal of glad zest, For a good chat with .him was: like taking a rest. When at length :the.old farmer got ready to leave lie said, with a sly little laugh in his sleeve, "My dear friend, there is one thing I just want to say Now please don't get t vexed, for you know its my wa...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 June 1886

OOMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. TRARALGON MARKETS. Messrs IMarriage, Orr, and Co., report: -On Monday. 28th instant we held our usual fortnightly market at Tramlgon. Our yards were very largely supplied with cattle in the various classes all of which were of a superior description, being well forward and of good colors and growing, the attendance of buyers was good and bidding more encouraging than last for sales here ; with an improve ment in prices all round of from Is to 5s per head, and sales were effected either under the hammer or privately for almost every lot yarded, we sold two teams (14 each) workers complete with waggons to L28 per pair: workers naked, L7 to LIO 12.s 6 each; fat bullocks (small), I(il 1 Gd ; flt cows, L5 2s aid ; a nice pen of 59, half-fat bullocks, L(i6ls; young store bullocks L3 hls to L3 Iisf ; young steersm mid heifers, Li 16s (id, L2 8s, L2 14s, L3 2s; springers, L4 to L4 7Ts ld ; milkers, a few forward notsold. Plgs.-Snickers, 4s (id to (is. Ne...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRARALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 June 1886

TRARALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A general meeting of above society was held yesterday at Mitchell's hotel, to consider the advisability of chang ing the name. of the society to the Tnrralgon and Morwell Agricultural Society. DMr Dugald Campbell, the president of the society occupied the chair. Mr Firmin's motion of which notice had been given last meeting "That the Traralgon and Morwell Agricultural Society's Show be held every alternate year at each place on any day and date fixed" was put to the meeting and lost.. Mr Mill moved, and Mr J. "W. Hagan, seconded,-" That the name of the Agricultural Society remain as it is at present." This motion was carried by a majority of .10 to- 1, Mr Firmin being the only one voting against it. Another motion by Mr Firmin " That a special general meeting of the members of the society be called for this day four weeks for the purpose of altering the name of the Society to the Trarolgon and Morwell Agricul tural Society," was then put to the meetin...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRITERION V. ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 June 1886

CRITERION V. ROSEDALE. A 'team of players from the Criterion football club visited Rosedale on Satunlray afternoon, and played a mnatch against the local club. "Both sides hdul strong teams, but thegeneal impression before starting wasthatthe home teaun wouldscore a win, in con sequence of the excellent reputation they had gained for themselves last season, and so far as the present seasona has advanced, by not losing a mnatch in which they wereenaged. However, the visitors went in with a detennina tion to fight a hard baIttle, and soon after the commencement of the game it was plainly visible that the cluls. were splendidly matched. The plt throughout was of a most even char acter, some really good exhibitions of football-that is for the countrvteiuns -being shown on both sides. The game, which was the fastest and bst. ever played on the Rlosedale groulnd resulted in a draw, the Criterion hav ing scored six behinds against their op)ponents' five. There were a goo number of sjse?tat...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. JAMES' CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 June 1886

ST. JAMF.' CHURCH. On Sunday evening the Rev. manon Watson, of Sale, preached in the above church, and was greeted with a very large audience. He chose his text from Joshua 5ch. 13-15v., and Gell. 3ch. 24v. The Rev. gentleman dealt in an able.manner with the way in which God revealed himself to men, and whenever it was necessary, raised men up to do some mighty work. The children of Israel had been held in captivity, and God raised up Moses to work theiremancipation. When God appeared to Moses in the burnin" bush, the preacher believed, He allcare to Moses as the body of Christ, and sanc tified the ground whereon he stood. The deceit of Jacob when he fraudulently obtained his father's blessing, and his sharpness in purehasing his brother's birthright for an insignificant mess of pottage and lentiles, were referred to, and it was observed that God overlooked and forgave that deceit, when Jacob wrestled with God's angel, and would not y'ield until he was blessed. It was alsopointed ou...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. THE CALLIGNEE ROAD. (To the Editor of the Traralgon Record). [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 June 1886

COiRRESPONDENCE. THE CALLIGNEE ROAD. (T ? It. 5llitMr of the I -.,IarablI Rlror)J. Sir,-In your issue of the 25th inst., our publish an article dealing with the qies tion of the labiility of shire coucillorstir bank overdraft; also showing the advan tage to be gained by floating a loan of a few thousands of pounds to do the work at once, instead of proceeding in the usual humdrum style of putting up a little bridge with approaches so a1liminally Ihd tilSt nothing can get on it, ercelverts in the cenitre of a mudhole that destroys any chance of getting through. This tort sein like stretching things too mutch, let it is not hard to find culverts on the hal lignee road placed in such positions that they act as arriers t traffic, and if it were the intention to stop tratlfc, a few panels of fence or a big log would have done the work as effectually and would have cost less. But to give the snlject serious consideration : are not men tea prone to judge by result, and not take safllient. ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 June 1886

WEST?EYA CHURCH. The subject of the Rev. T. A. Alday's discourse on Sunday.evening was taken from the 17th verse of the 9th Psalm. "The wicked shall be turned into -hell, iith all the nations that forget God." The preacher rcmarked-There is a hell: it is a place of awakened memory, a place of bitter remorse, and a place of torment and a place knowing no change "for over and ever." The wicked, who are they Not only the openly vicious and immoral and profane, but these who FonROE God and sinlIl l pay no heed to his word. But it is not the design or will of God that any should perish, as witness the toil and sorrows and death of his son, Jesus ; the forbcamra:ce of God to the guilty, and the warnings and exhortations of His word. Are not these voices potent enough to rouse our slumberirg con ciences in'o quetionin , rnpenting and determ nin ., on what grounnds are we at uding' Will we pay no heed to the voice of a lovin; Father, saying "turn ye, turn ye, for why will ye die"; and to on...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 June 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. tBy WiYe.From our Correspondent.] SMelbourne, Monday evenipg. Tenders have beein accepted as' fol Idows: - Goods shed lid platform, Boolara, A. Moldrim, £4136 dattle yards, Doblira. .B. Jensen, £360 ; goods shed and platform, Mirboo,. W. Blackwood, £405; cattle yards, Mir boo 'H. Hart, £171 ; shelter. shed, Hallam's Road, H. Hart, £60. The Melbourne Cup weights have been declared : Mllua, 10st., Commno tion, 9st. 91b., Sheet Anchor, 9st., Grace Darling, Sst. Illb. Alice Coglan was charged with as saulting an old woman named Janet Jackson. Coglan kicked her and threw her into the gutter. Jackson's leg was broken, and she will never xi able to walk, properly again. Alice was re manded. The ' inquest on the -body of Mary Jane Taylor has conunenced,and her husband has confessed to the mlirder. Coistable Smith, of Pmhran, arres ted a larrikin; but the latter resisted, broke Smith's leg, and escaped. It is stated that Germany and Austria have united ib warning Russia ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 June 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. I'asatxoo--'inety-sevr..n miles from Melbourne. .n the main Gip,'la.nd line. at the junction of the Ilevtkld line. Shire Councl.-Pretident. S. Petekin Esq., Cunn'!illa, Messrs- G. Firnn: D Campbell. II. Breed, Itodycr mb. Ktileher. Forsyth, Mll, cand Varnay; Shire Secretary and Engineer. Mr Jumes Campbell: Rate Colle:tor. Works Inspecter, ke.. F. M'Kin necl; Tre.e-urer.J.IL Ieed. '.esrnger of B?nk ofA.ustras.i: Health (ot., e.Dr M3ontmery Inspdct, rot Nu sanee. Const.ble DO..nhue; the C.unil al.o act as a I cral Bcard of .alt"h. andi meet for buiir.e.s on the second Wedr.~jedv in the monthl at I1 a m. Law.-Police Magist?nte, L W. ITawitt. teq, who holds courts on the fourth Thnus day in every month. the Justices of the Peace pr~siding on the second Thtr?iy, at 10a.m.; Llerk rf Court. and also Itlectoral Retriitrir. Mr Charles Du Ve ; Ju.ticr u?l the Peace. 3e.e.rs J. Peterkin. Dr Moris.on U. Young, W. Whitake s, Ii. Mactkay, and J. Sykes. Solicitor.--I. B. Me.ijeant,...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x