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KATE DRUMMOND'S LOVER. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886

X1ATE DRU1MMOND'S LOVER. " Is this paper not addressed to lu:r, 'I'lle woman l?atolthd a hi arse laugh, that had a ring of scorn in i". "Me daughellr hs more sieso than to t'ake ui[p irid the likesof Jonas Siteee. No, it's me brother's child, Janey ]lurns." "Now for the proofs, Mrs Burn., and lot us end this painful interview. I understood you to say you had proof ." " "IThe best in the world. There they are," tle said, as she extracted from a huge pocket a folded paper carefully rolled in a bit of rag. "I'm sorry for your niece, Mr Drlnmmond," she went elt while unt} ing the rag, " but I must to sider nmy own flesh and bond " U: cle George rose, and, alter t Inmi* nation returned the document. ''hrrae could be io manner of doubt about its luthenticity, lie being acquanited with several of the signatures. " I's an unhappy business, but both }ou and I h:ave good canpe tJ be thalnkful it's no worse. Good morn ili,.'" ..Stop a minnit," the old creature whispered, while her one eve twin...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886

Wanted. VANTE D) anapprentica to ilhe coach. A building,'apply 1. A. CROW\V. UConhbuilder. Trarlngon W ANT ll).-illltESPOND bINTS in the country. Furparticularsapply at th office., W ANTElialteielecable Person as Cook I V & Laundress. Apply TRAIALOOV. HOTEL. W"ANTED.-RTespectae IPEKSON as Cook and Laundress: references re quired. Apply to M1R. W111TTAKERIS, Fernhill, Tranlgin. ror Saleor.To et. FOR SALE, CIICAP.-One three-horse earth scoop. almnst new. Auply WEST B1110, Traramlgon. 011I SALE, Cheap, a Four-roomed Cottage 'mll goo Frit Ganlen. Creek frontage in Argylecstreet, Tiramlgon. Enquire of Ma. J. MANNING,' Dutchdr. Tendors. rp ENDEIS wanted for Erecting about liO Schains of l,or encirng. For particulrs apply to J. P'ETERIKIN & Cb. TENDERS.-For the erection of a Fence around the Roman Catholic Chapel Plani and specilieatious canr be seen at 31it chel's Hlotel. Tenders cleic on 13th of February. 'III RE OFP T ItAI 1 A LG 0 ON. TENDERS will be received at the Shi...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886

GRAIN MARKET. t Dlessrs R, Goldsboriugh and Co re-; port:-The market has been active durin. the weekl(and prices have kept firm. The reports as to results of harvest in South Australia are most disheartening, and the tofal supply available, for expert from there thi.sseasonis not expected- to ? ,'0,d0:iýf ,. .-. •. . ?:.tien:it alise dfroth" 3 Od to 3s 10d fdr inferior and. smutty descriptions, up to 4s and 4s Id for good andprimomil , 6ats? Irga qantities of inferior sorts: are n waglut in the market- . Inferior Calcuttas sold as low as 2s 4d, fair to' good Taetariair from' 2s 6d to 2s 9d, and stout from 3s to 3s ld, with. prime seed ulitto ?s . .? SBarley Thlie niarket is weak for inferior descriptions; feed nd distilling samples 2Ls ld to 3s 3d, and malting from 3a Od to 4s forprime. . YPens, a3d rI. ea, 1 2d per aushrl. A Philosopher iilforms us that "there is o11010 hIppine: s iSn 1 ollunce of contenlt mset tllm thel i is in a ton, of gold." What :l?-nitsges so? e people have f...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886

MELBOURNE. --- Wednesday evening. SA comi ared with our own condition of peace and, prosperity, I have to record sadintelligence from London: It can be as shiortl smrnmari'eil as it is bitter to read. The ultra-S cialists are in the sirecis, ridil on Mnnday an irxcit.d mosb was batteiri.g in the window?s of the fashionable esinbl shl inenti in IRegent aind 'Oxtnri-striets, 'ind plhihlering the t hops of j -waller-, 'vintners and. buker.*.. A11: all this is the more seri iistocontemplnto becanse Lndon iha seen no auch popil ir risingie Lcetlih famout, Gordon rio:., whi ch Iirkenis hlis deicribed s, wll in his novel " Barnaby ludy." An extraordinary outbreak on the part of the iunPmploved and their socialistic vTymini isels occurred in L'.ndo:i n.' Moodaiy afternoon. -Many -thousinds of Der.b .s atteniled a meetiog in Trhfif'lgr Square, anid after passing resolutinn 'appealing for Government aid, the inli, rerittd by the violent speeches ol their lealer-, pro'eeded to Pall Mall, wa'hr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886

.!-uctlons. Sfllarriat e,Orr & Co, (icate r. 5.ackay & Co.) , =- U CT O E El R. A Stock, Station and ; t 'GE?ERaiA ( COMIlISSION AGENTS Ie,l ("e*e..-T-r-o-e-n. hra.'l, ,ti.rs.-.-Iorýtrr l & Toiegaibbit. S A I. E OF S T 0 C K S HELD AT TARAI.GO\ . SFOiTrIGHTLY AND MOR\\EL.L [OM'4isiuY TOOiNGAIIIE 'Per our TIIAFALG.R Aderetis':ments "-'C.EARINO ' 4Al.E prolerly pit tlhmirgh. IOA' ? ie.aintiatc.ad i V. ATI(XNS imadte in -I .D t id other nlIcerty. Natiionlof Newe ?aland. Fire Iniuralne Co -.J..laniLtu uttalt Fireall. ife .lsiira noe tu. New York Life loranee. Cu. MORWELLr, r 2IONDAY, FE.D: 15 -ici'jAIr AG.O] ORllt &.,CO..: (late It. SMackay and Co.). will cell at their yard;, Maorwell on the abore date s0 2 and 3 yr old Steers .; Icifers: 411 Yeyrlingu 10 Fat Cows For A. Earle. Esq. it Working Itulloeks and Tackling (good " 10 Stare Fos. ourses, Also, PFr T.:Chatmp; Esq. who is leaving the district--: 1 Pure Alderney Cow and calf, by Dr Lcmprier:'s Viscou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886

T:RARALGON DISPENSARY A:.AUEL. KLEESATTEL, Chemist, Druggist, and Dentist SI(By examination). Sh icians Prescriptions and Family'Recipes most carefully dispenied The exact copy of eyery Prescription is registered for future reference. Medicines forwarded promptly to all townships of the district, on application " Teetih.carefully stopped and extracted, only the newest style of instruments used. ' The large Stock includes, amongst numerous other articles:: Tooth, N'il. ild .aii Brushes of Kent's umainulacture, every bruel gurauteed Piesse and Luhin's, Gosnell's, Rimmel's, etc., Perfumery. - L Iavender "Water, several brands, is, 2s, and 3s per bottle. Highly perfiimed IHair Oil,' scented with Otto do Rose, and Orange Flower Is per-Iottle Medicated.Lozcnges, of every description a. hrking Ink, genuine indelible, ls per bottle SSiperibr Saidlitz Powders, made of pure chemicals and full weight, is 3d Diitrfeiting"' Powder, for checking the spread of contagious diseases Mustard Plasters,...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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THE CHURCHES. OPENING OF ST. MARY'S CHURCH MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886

THE CHURCHES. OPENING OF ST. MARY'S CHURCH MORWELL. Divine service for the first time was conducted in the above church on Sunday morning last by the venerable Aachdeacon Stretch, assisted by the Rev. J. R. tWalker, of Trarelgon. The church was cimwded, and an impressive sermon was delivered by the Archdeaken, who took his text from St. Luke 7. and 3. "For He loveth our nation and hath built us a synagogue." The rev. gentleman aid:- "This man is an outsider, i.e., he did not belohg to the Jewish nation. In building this house, he was probably influenced by the good lives of some among the Jews, and also by the superiority of their reli gion to that of the Romans. The revised version gives- "our"- synagogue for "a" synagogue, so that there was but one synanogue in Capernaum. 'It is very remarkable that recent excavations have turned up the ruins of this very building, with its ponderous walls. That man had his reward in beingrooommended to'Jesus for favor,'and those who build this ch...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1886. THE BISHOP OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886

S"MODEBATE, RU PROGREOSSI\.". ; :.(Published. every:/F idsayimo ing.) FRlIDAY, FEDItUAtY 12, 1888: THE BISHOP OF MELBOURNE. Tei acceptance of the vcant See of Man chester by His' Lordship the Bishop of .Melbourne, and his consequent, early departure for England, is somewhat of a surprise for most Victorians, inasmuch as the Bishop was recently reported, to hare given a denial to 'the rumour that he inteoided to resign .his charge h:eroend eside ini Enighind. His Lordship, at that time, had not any expectatiod'of the ofier since made to him; qnd from what we know of the Bishop,. we are confident that he veoiild .not giveltip his dqties lheriein Victoria without having other?( of a very definite character to enter upon elsewhere. W\hilst sincerely deploring the loss to this, olon0y of so energetic, ~nd so schoharly a man as' Dr' MoIorhoni ,o we con iatillate him on his elevation to ?his prospective position,i in whichklife may be. mode a little pleaante? for hlim .throtgh dc prease;, ...

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THE FORTHCOMING ELECTIONS. MR. F. C. MASON AT PORT ALBERT. Port Albert, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886

-THE, FORTHCOMING ": ELECTIONS. .. 3J. . . C.. ASOX_AT '.PORT ATLIERT. .fort Alber, ueaday.. Mr P. C. Mason, the sittin,. member fliO tils ihstrict, hel l his firs[ iiisting at t Dake'+,Hpte"l Yiram, last evening, d 51i.4i1 Mr .,1 .Buckley occtpied the Sc.ir. . Mi"r Misna s iil'ltht:it wos. ue to th.di: r.eideiiets 1otd' Soitth (;Gippilaid, wisho first elecid hliintas their re'pre it seuiittive.15.) 3rs ago, that hie should d appiir n' among theimi to dipress his u viewvli inpolitical and other maltt'r', Sarid tor isk then) tur ar renewal of their Sconfidence n it the approaching election. When i;e wa lir. t electd on h'le 14th Siebruary, 1871. lie po led 170 votes'to a 1t opponeit' :Fs0.` Tlie iufnsher.of t electors now i;eededd 3830. T?il m inagement of railways by comflmi Ssioners wna' foad "to be largely benelicial to the public, bilt he could nit sy1' sowmuch of the Public Service C lmiiossouirlhich'lid been exirava. 1 gantly, .worked, ,anrd adii Lnot give Ssatisfircctsi i', th...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886

I -THE "LADIES' COLUMIN. t , . . "-- - ai L'..NUDOI:A. "''hat's the third cup of tea that has t bedri b~Pit this week," a.,d MIrs ltddel C, 1 usiheryoun'gu t on 1 o'lum a boy aboutt ' 10 years old, IockId r;ef ily ic tlih tmess h ha.ld just mwai , "h It )uU hIn, Stu wuall thu tablccloths, Tom, you'd be mnore clreful; I'd never mind ten t wasbing '" niqiu, only 1 neIve ca.l get the tea satutls ut. i l-iave ,you ever 'tried rubbing Sglycerine l n n:ithi alains beforeyou wi ?l? ilic' coli, ilfi' Liides,' naked Edith Marton, who wnas enigtnd to 3rs Liddein seldtt a ui iLvidh aiia who h td tiat day cutum ions ltoihn oil "a "sit to'thne' f?rul NJ,'" sid )lau Lidder,; hut:l an n borry',I hleave nJ glyceeii e, b tile wlaiu Wi bo ais ila: as ever. Oo, sail E nth, don't let ihat trauble you, I lbrouight a bottle with me for:l knew I should get deeid'fllhy tauned.here. , Next day inrs .Ldders to; k'i clothh aid after rubbtiig boto sden of tie siaui well ivtt glycerine, was'led it and wia 'deli...

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TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 February 1886

TRARALGONL' - SHIRE' WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY, 10, 1886. Present:. Cr Peterkin (president), and Crs Campbell. Mill, Breed, Forsyth, Bodycomb,. and -Varney. The ,minutes , f 'the hiast meeting were read tild coiliir"ed. CO: ; a 0NDso. Cr. From Howard Tonkyn, Nforwell, colling the attentisn.of the council to the worn state of the pathway tronting his hodel, land ,iisking the council to pay half tl(i expense of-re-inaking: the footpath with wooden blocks; also ealliutigthe attention oftthe council to the growing imp .rtafce of the street at the b'i:k of'hi jirehniles, aid point. ing out the ,necessity of forming footpaths draining, e:c. ,Received. * From Juiio'.rieosinalytieal chemist, offering his services as analyst to the .Local Board of Health: From R '. Aleisader, Trentham, complaining that aio steps lihad been taken to make the roads which he nmentioned in his list communication " to the counncil. Received. ' From Henry Wicks, Yinrar, stating that the pub:ic are'anxious for a chain :-...

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ELECTIONEERING NOTES. MR GROOM'S MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 February 1886

ELECTIONEERING NOTES. MR GROM.'S MlIETINGS. 31r A. C. Groom,oneofthecandi latos for the representation of South Gipps land, addressed a well attended mee ing at. NNrracan on sWednesday, i h inst ; Mr W'.. Stowart J. P. in the chair. Tne cand'daite declared himrlf as a tioder a protectionist, desiring as far as prssible to remove the duties from articles whih could no: Ie produol I in the country, rentatir g it on article. thst c lllmt be p oduced hero, and mlaking upl any deficiency hr mean ..f a tax on township proprty. e1 was also in tafvour of an absewee t.x, Io1t usit.g the nood effects resultina from ia Coslitioa Goveloment. lie was also itl f.vor of the next Govern. went being formed on similar lines. s ith referncee to paymenlllllt of mem hers, Mr G o00, while opposed to the present me hod, waz in Lveor f remu nerating members for the time oecu ,ied in their duties, he was also in favor of retaining tbh pr sent Education Act unalttred. With reference to teachers bein, allowed...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 February 1886

MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. Tihe Coalition. is dead!' Long live the Coalition r Yesterday the S.errice Berry ministry performed, its last oflicial actF.. In the afternoon Mr.. Service invited his colleagues to a. dinner at Scot's Hotel. The proceed. ings, which were of a privato and informal nature, were enlivended by various complimentary speeches, and by the presentation of a service of plate to Mr. 'Thornley. This gentle man has been a sort of assistant. Minister without salary during the whole of the reign of the Service-Berry Minis:ry, and his colleagues look this means of showing their application of his services. After the festivities were over the party then adjourned to the Treasury, where Mr. Berry handed in his resignation as ChifSeecretarv. A1t the Executive Council which fo:lowed, he was appointed Agent General. ,Mr. Service then handed to His Excellency the resignations of himself and his fell)ow Ministers, and advised that Mir. Gillies should he called out to form t...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 February 1886

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. -4-C The is?ue of the fllowinl rem licenses under section -4I of "The Land Act 1S09," has been approved : fl. Lnoin, Sale; R. Mdill, I'rae!lgon; W. Moore, jour., Y.arrarn Ytrram : E. Ries, Toongabbie; II. Richards. Wil llng; II. II. Wicks, Toongabbie North ; J. Aitken, Sarafl Id ; G. P. Morgan, Orbost; T'1 Y. Ridley, BIlhnn. The application' for the fo'lowing lieen:es under section 119 of "The Land Act 18S4," have been approved: 11. Rleo,, grazin, block 2197, ('0,000 acres, allir'ndle: .1. Dickson, gr.z ng block '257, 100,000 acres, Ba rnsdale : I'. Clement, g.azing, 2?,100 ncres, 3M1rrim:an's Creek. The' follihing licenses have been 4-elared vld:-.T. O'llegan, Loy .ang ; J. Little, Narracan. The app'i.atioen to lrat.ier the gar den license ofS. D. Horton, Traralgon, to W. M[oncrieff. has hren approved.

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MR SARGEANT'S MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 February 1886

MR SARGEANT'S MIEETINGS. MBr Sargeant has been well received at Longwarry, Jindivick, Neerim, Lardner, and other places il which he has addressed the electors. Be had in rood meeting in IDrouin on Satur day night, where he was met by a large audience. On rising to speak, lhe was met wt ith a long and hearty applause, which must hIlve beaen very gratylying to the candidate. lie touclhed on all tile subj?cts that are likely tooccupy the attention of the new P..rliament. ie would he prepared ti give lse new Coalition Government a fair support, so long as the Liberal principles were m lina'ned, as his desire was for practiral and peaceful legislation. Should the Coalition beret up, he would work on the Libe ral side of the House. Electoral reform must be dealt with, and the ohl line sihould he swept away. lie was opposed to doubld electorates, as single eldc.oratea were Ilandicappel by them. He saidl it was mon,trous to think that the whole of Gippsland had 'ohly three votes in Parliame...

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WHAT TO DO TILL THE DOCTOR COMES. No. I. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 February 1886

WHIAT TO DO TILL THE DOCTOR COMES. (nr P. R. a.); No.4. S I have often tpltight that if people - knew exacetly what was Ibet to do when anyone is t:lken suddenly ill, or when an accidPnt occurs, much pain and trouble, and sometimes, perhaps, death might be averted. Knowledge of this sort is good for all, but especially for those who live far away frontm medical aid and have to travel long distances, often taking the patient in a cart over r uh roads b. fore a doctor is reaclitd. In a series of articles it is intended to show what should be done in such eases, so as to make the sufferer as comfortable as circumstances will Fer mit. B3fore tauching on what shoull be done in cases of accident it will be well to take a glance at these lo lies of ours and find out a little about the way in which the " House we live in" isbuit. The framework upon which tile IMdy is built, is called the ke-let;n, which may be divided into the head, the tr.nk, and the ex'rem;ties. In tile ske eton there are...

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TRARALGON POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 February 1886

T':lAItALGON POST OFF7ICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. SIEr.nOURNE, and all intermedinte offces daily, 740 a.m. and 520 p m. SALE, and all intermediate offices daily, 11"15 n.m. and 7.50 p.m. I{EYFIELD, daily, 11-15 am. and 750 p.m. WALIIALLA, via Toongalibie, 13aday Wedl nednay. Friday. 11513 a.m. I'ia SMe, Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday, 7"40 a.m. GLEGnaRRY TOON,.nBnIE Daily at 11 a.m. COwwARRn CALLIGNEE, Tuesday. and Friday '30 a.m. Teers, Tuesday nna Friday. 12"15 p.m.

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COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 February 1886

C1OiMERCIAL. TIATALCON MARllKETS. lMondav. 'tesr;s .?arriag,,. Or'. anl Co. r.nort: A Mnsrwc'l on Monday, 15th inst.. wa held our iuseal fortnilhtly sale. Our yanls were fully sulnlied with stock of all descrintions: attendance was Inarer than usual: hiddinu brisk : market firm, with an upward tendency for store bullocks and fat cattle. Sales-Fat cows. £5 to L£ ; milkers and sprinoers £5 Tos to £6 1is ; Alderney cow and calf hv Viscount, £13; store bullocks £1 7s to £5 4s: stecrs.£2 1s ;:1 to £3 1Ts; heifors £3 Ils; calves 23s and lup; team workeir £s its 6d. ,Pigs, good demanil, store 17s ftd. After cattle sales we sold a lot of furniture. Next sales, Traraloni ·tndhinst., Taruilgon horse sale. 25th, clearing sale T. Carer, Latrobe River. ?6th ; Trafioar sale 27th. Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. report: Our yards fairly well supplied with cattle : good attendance of buyers: market firm througlhout, prices realised beins fully up to late rates, any cattle of good quality finding ready sal...

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MIRBOO. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 February 1886

* MIRBOO. (Fronm, our own Correspondent.) A zlersnr nnamel. \lr ir 1 Int liis houste and eonntlls hr fire on Thurs lar last about 12 o'einek. 'rlTe IhoeI eallht fire from the rl?inmn during the absence of Mrs 1Hy. All eflTrts wore in ruin to nave nyr of th, con tont,: th danman~ is =t;inated att £200. rfant srvmat',y is felt for them na this is ttheir first year on their grnlnd. Lrome robeohr; of penal non the look out;ffr Iund are tranellin vila M[irhnn voerr drl, etch of thorn leinu armei d with onn of the now -nap. Ther will wnnt to he verr careful or tli.e will not 1at the nood lanl ther are in c?wet of, sltl?on.h many thou sand acres are still availablre.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 February 1886

BIRTH. CUNNINGHAM.-ON the 14th of February at Traralgon Creek, the wife of John Cunningham, of a son. Both doing well.

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