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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 June 1886

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Mining lease awaiting execution.-A. Len. No. 590, Stringers Creek. Water right licence awaiting execution. -R. Thomsrni, No. 530, Walhalla. Applications for grants approved.--W. Skeen, Stradblroke; R. Field, jun.,- Glen core: C. Schmetzer, Gleumaggie; "T. 3M'amarn, Traralgon. Applications for licenses approved.--C. R. Mason, Yarram ; D. Munro and Co.; Bumberrah. Applications for leases approved.-P. H. Baldwin, Welshpool ; F. M'Kinnell, Wa-de-lock; "J. C. Briulow, Alberton East; P. Hunter, Tanjil; H. Kjergnard, Bulga; J. R. Lee, Stratfo:d'; Emily K. T.,wnsend; R. 3M'lntoh, Narracan South; W. L. Davis, Devon; .T. Macpherson, Alberton East; W. Skeen, Waull Wu! lock : R. Thompson, Moondarra ; J. J. Smith, Bumherrah ; E. Butler, Moondarra; P. Shanon, M3irho ; W. B. Poole, Jeetho West : J. Gray, Bingo-Munjie South; Ellen Ryan, widow of W.Ryan, Cohungra; JT. .. Rawson, Cobungra ; T. Thomas, Colbunra. Applications fir the right to lease pastoral allotments under section ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 June 1886

Wanted. W ANTED apprentices to the dress making, apply to J. SANDS, Franklin.street. For Sale or To Let. FOR SALE, CHEAP.-One three-horse earth scoop, almost new. . Auply WEST BROS., Traralngon; FOR SALE.--Paving Blocks 4x5x3 up to ' 10x x 3. Best flooring for stable yarns, sheds, etc. . J. PETERKIN & CO. FOR SALE.- FRUIT TREES, -SHRUBS, J2 &c, guaranteed, at Melbourne prices. W. LUXFORID, Serdsman, Franklin-street, Traralgmn. FOR SALK-fA light waggonette cheap, apply to J. SANDS, '" Trarngon. FtmR SALE-POSTS and RAILS, Gar 1' den Palings urd'broad Palings in any quantity. Apply to C. STEADMAN. Traralgon. K3.IBERLY GOLDFIELDS. FOR SALE, on account of the proprietor having decided to leave the di.trict for Kim lberly, the well established business,known as WELLWOOD'S LIVERY STABLES is for sale. Horses and plant at valuation. Apply to END oP JUNE to . W. WELLWOOD. Livery Stables. Traralgun. N.I.-No reasonable offer refused. Tenders. TEND'RS for the erection of a wooden...

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THE CHURCHES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 June 1886

THE CHURCHES. PRnESBTERIL\S CHURCI. The Rev. J. G. Wilson took his subject from the 2nd chapter of the Acts-the baptism of the disciples with the Holy Spirit and the fruits thereof-the disciples ho loved Jesus, their master, had been waiting at his command for ten days to receive this blessing-praying earnestly for light and strength, and joyfully awaiting the fulfilment of Christ's pro mise. They were thus prepared to receive the blessing. Though God's spirit may strive long with man, if his heart be stubborn and unprepared, it cannot enter iii and take possession of him. "And they were all filled with the Holy Ghost." The spirit of Christ comnes on all who believe on him. '. And spake as the spirit gave them utterance." They were wholly possessed of the spirit, an d spake with power-illiterate, unlearned, poor simple lpeasants and fishermen, disciples of Christ, who at his betrayal had all forsaken him and fled, standing up in the midst of the people who had crucified him, speakin...

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FOOTBALL. WALHALLA V. TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 June 1886

FOOTBALL. WALHALLA . TRARALG.ON. At three o'clock the captains, Tupper of WaVllialal and West of Traralgon called their men into the field, and Mr H. C. Jones, who acted very efftiiciently as central umpiro set the game in motion. It wasat once seen that the teams were well matched and that a good game would follow. After somen fine play Baker succeeded in giving Wilson a chance for Traralgon, but it proved - at too great a distance. WValuhala answered, and Gray whose play was much admired, secured the leather and sending it well forward, a mark was secured, and the samle player secured a chance, but with no result. Shortly after Witton succeeded in placing thei first behind to the credit of the visitors. This roused the local men and Baker, obtaining the bone of contention, gave .Neale a mark, first behind to Traralgon was now scored, that was directly after added to by Shaw who secured another for a well earned mark. The home team were at this point not to be denied, and Baker who...

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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 June 1886

PASSING NOTES. UY SIMsPLETO-. Sit ilalert Stout, Premier of New Z/1-a.1, is evidently a great man. It -.a . t to brow this because great -,_ elthe genus "ir Robert belongs :c>-i.va :iably mistrust the vulgar cr.wd--the mere hoi polloi. Sir r.,-irt has taken the trouble to tele rq.hi to Mir. Gillies an expression of his retiret that the otlicial counnunica ti.Lns respecting the New Hebrides which have .passed between the various ,:l)ties aInd the Imperial authorities have ibe-n ma:le public. The ruler of New ZiaI;aid has favoured Mr. Gillies witl his own views on the New llebridets question, but stipulates that his conIIunittion should not be aultcd to the press for publication. This is a cruel way to treat a anieuishingl and expectant world, and, uni?es Mr. Gillies cat induce Sir Robert to relent, not only will a gloomy diiruiittl,ment be inflicted upon the -. .ration, but there will be . ..ank in the history of the .,i". h even a future Macauley S ii. icult to fill. I presume -;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 June 1886

Anctiona. MARRIAGE, ORR, & CO-, AUCTION EERS, S 'OCK AND I.AND AG;IENTS, HIIOLD SA LES OF LIVE STOCK in their y?.;- at TILAItALIGON ( FtRTIGIZTLY MORIVEI.T. i AND TOOGtNAI;BIE TR.FAI.GAR l 3IOI O tHLY" NARIA('.'AN Per our .;11Rite:U I Adleetisements LE.A1ING OUT and other SALES pro L perly !pu thru,,gh. viiN:"S Foit- Narin nl of New 'tnmand. Fire Insurance Co, cltoial.,intual Fireane I.ifte lrsuma:lce C,. New York Life Inlsurmnee. Co. New Z~eland Mieremtitile Agency Co. I.OANS nen?tiated. and VALUATIONS made. IiEAD OFFICE-TRlARALG N. 3[ORWELL. MONDAY, JULY 5. S-"ARRIAGE. OPRI. , CO. will sell on y.. aluvre .late fr various owners- In Fat ltnllocks and Cow.s 1, 3lilkersc. Spiingers. nod Dry Cows 15 ferwmal IIeifersand Steers, nixs.l. 5U Itulinheks anId Steer. 2 to 5 yr. 1)-i h,)b-1 Mixed sort. and omenc Sthre .Pigs. 31OP.RWELL, TUESDAY, .JULY G. CI.EARING SALE OF FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. AI'RIACE. ORIR & CO. will sell for _ 11. A. E.dlson. ESe. honsheloldl fur nliture a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 June 1886

TRARALGON DISPENSARY gP.AUIL £?LfE EATTEL, ,Member of.the Pharmaceutical Society of Vict-ria. Physicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes most carefullv dispensed The exact copy of every Prescription is registered for future reference. 3ledicinea, ftorwrdcdl promptly to all townships of the.. district, on applic:iaion Teeth cr.refilly stopped and extracted, only the newest style of :nstrrltn-nc s used. The large Stock includes, amongst numerous other articles : Teotl:. Nail :Id Ilhir i Brdu?s ,l Kentc'n n.luuluture, esxrv Lu:-h guratiteed Pie.se and Lubi:'s, Go.ne:1's, Iliomel's, etc., Perfumery. L vender Water, scver.l brands, Is, 2s, and 3s per bottle :u.hly ;,erfumed Hair Oil, scented with Otto: de Roe, and Orange Flower Is fer bottle Medmi.tte I.,.n:ges, of every desription h:rtkia: ITik, genuine indelible, Is per bot:te , S,?.-ri,,r S-idlitz Powdersr, mlde o: pure chemieals and f±ll weight, ]s 3d Di-ir ,letin; PIicder, for ehecki. g the spread of colnt:nlious diseases )I-l'ard ...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1886. NEW ZEALAND BYE-LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 June 1886

:: 'MODERATE. BUT PROGRESSIVE."" (Published everyTuesday & Friday morning. TUESDAY. JUNE 29, 18B8."'::" NEW ZEALAND AYE-LAWS. Sucr a rush of business prevailAin Welling ori,.?New Zealand;.. that- -the commercial authorities haveo dev'ise''an expedient for saving tinie which i??cer tainly new to a British community:.At a recent meeting of the W?ellirigton Chamber of Commerce the following resolution was . passed :-"-That this Chamber respectfully suggests to the Government the adoption of a law which exists in some European -'cities, to the effect that persons accused of offences auainst the. city- bye-laws and trivial police regulations may, if they do not dispute time charge, pay the fine prescribed without the necessity of attending the hearing of the mnagis trates' court." The proposed arrange ment would be regarded as an admir able one by some people we know of, more particularly if the words "trivial police regulations" were held to include those relating to drunkenness...

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SOCIAL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 July 1886

. SOCIAL GOSSIP. * (vJ oM "TaUnTi".) . It is a curious fact that .when Lord Redesdale succeeded his father in 1830 hle was nuable to take his sett in the House of Lords for several months, as the certificate of his baptism could not be found, the ceremony having taken place in the house, and:no legal record having been preserved. The late Lord. Cihesterfield, kept out -of the Hou~efori"neay two years through a sinmilar dificulty. 'Thle "LoLdonrf Scottish"` complain' tiaa they lwers biadly tre tei us regards. food at Dover. It would seem that they.made'a bargKinith li loail con tractor, .and thei olonel.has, :I under stand, declinedto sign a cheque in pay, ment. Opinion i IDover seems to be on the side of the coloniel. - Any. ehTrgmaiurVclº 1Tillrs te *.-rna tean-o und ,note easily should ,tke, nootice of 'the eque to an' electiion which-.the . Common Council held last week' to choose the new vicar of St. Bartholoiniie, Bethlhl greei:.TlAs such as .the name of the successful can dida...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 July 1886

Auctions. MARRIAGE, .0RR, R & CQ, AUCTIoIEERS. - i OCICA _\ ; LA 'D AGLNTS, SALES OF LIVE sTOCK Sin their vaphs at , NO3RWELT?. I TOONGAItEiF' TRAFAiLGAtR I MONTilY N.11\RACAN ( Per our 311 tItO ./ Advctise nts - , LEARING OUT ain'i-lr. AL?S ?roe pierly putt thugli. ? ? . ; ill'; e5 FOlR :Natin alof.New Z.aland. Fire Innumnnc_ Co thn; iatul Futrul Fihesn Life Insurance Co. - ~ "Leal ?.attd rcLAunile .Agency Co. .LO.AlY$' e ott'lSeA ,anl V'ALUATION?s .6 i. lt .ki - "rr 11EA15 OFFICE--TRARA?L G N. Q1ORWELL? IOND.?IY, J-ULY .. S1RRYzlR .\i R. ORR."t CO, will .?ll on above date far varions owners; . S Fat Co . .e. . O C Steelrs to yrs ro , rdnlwc a9 rn 311 Inefers.2 to3trs 80 3.yr-.ol tllu ocks. Pigs and sun tr' i I Drat (nearly, new) 31ORWELL, IONSDAY, .TULY 10. SMALL CHOICE FARMS'' STAr RIAGE. 011or & CO. are favrorl. th- .willistructions frlo MIS-rM4. -Eng. li'ii (who has left the fistrict) to s-ll by pub ice suction at their oflice, . l.orelL .?nithe snbrOoddate. sln...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 July 1886

TRARALGON DISPENSARY PAUL KLE ESATTEL, (By examination). Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Vict.ria. Physicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes most carefully dispensed The exact copy of every Prescription is registered for future reference. rMedicines forwarded promptly to all 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 : Teeooth, Nail and Hair Brushes of Kent's manulalurtur, eery hbuel guranteed Piese and Luhin's, Gosnell's, Rimmel's, etc., Perfumery. jareuder Water, several brands, is, 2s, and 3s per bottle Bighly perfumed Hair Oil, scented with Otto de Rose, and Orange Flower Is per bottle Medicated Lozenges, of every description M?rkin?g Ink, genuine indelible, Is per bottle Superior Seidlitz Powders, made of pure clhemicals and full weight, is 3d Disinfecting Powder, for checking the spread of contagious diseases Mustard Plasters, alw...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 July 1886

LATEST, INTELLIGENCE. [By \Wire 'Firoan our Corirespondent. Melbourne, Thursday evcnih." hl c New Zeal ad Parliaent hlas pnassed Fa resolution protesting--gainst. tlho occupatioi of- thel .ow Hebrides .by any foreign power. ' .;;:: ,.: i An inquest was.lheld?on thel body of iMansfieldIr-Forbes Bruce; who was found deadon Tucsiay nigb6 at Hosie's Baths. He avns emuloyeda:i'a liquor expeirt.by the Customs authorities. The cause of death was suffocation ; a quantity-of-food-wasfound sticking in iis throat. An open verdict w'as're turned. I ;rq;:: -2, 2dved STie Elections' and Qualifications Committee sat again on thoe Vest .Mel boui:ne petition. It is believed that Pioirceissitburto beinseated, and that fIfiss -i' Muriy Sni'th'iuid liiranus will conti:etfhl'.West Mellbotiio seat.' - i . Rudolph Freebdthland JohlnHoward w er cliharged with assault ?id robbery, auind conitted for-trial. .. Coinstaible Lowry is .'charged-with pejitry in: connection with a Suiidili' tradiing 'icse -gainst ...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1886. LOCAL RACING CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 July 1886

" ?ODEnLITE, R?T PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1886. LOCAL RACING CLUBS. ?cn great Jove in Australia for horse iacing I? hled o tlheestahliinlerliti lp sp9lverty we;?lthy clubs throughout the land, most pioulmienut amongstlwhichc is' the Victori, iicing Cluli.; anti~the energy which has been thrown into racing matters by the secretary anld the imelmbers of that club has resulted 'in the establishing of a National holi cdiy oni Cup clay. Probably the grand success whiNL , lhas atteifddectll'F .owith of; tlust tlubs ',is'?:, e n~i aneaure nccouniitsle?or the-lun'redls ofilttle clubs which are scattered far and wide though the colony:; JAlhnbst(everl towrnshlip on the (cippslandl ile has its cnce club, andl I?ollsits annual races, andl it isi ai ifttr wioth'y of consideria tiodn lihetlher.it'istd dt idod lj-iiicehlent ofj the districts or conducive to good sport to have so many clubsdin.:exis,. tence. Within a radius of fifteen milens...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 July 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. IT*aI.suroo-Ninety-seven miles from Melbourne, on the main Gippsland line, at the junction of the Heyfield line. Shire CounciL-President, J. Peterkin Esq., Councillors, Messrs G. imnuin. D Campbell H. Breed, Bodycomhb, Kelleher, Forsyth, Mill, and Varney; Shire Secretary and Engineer, Mr Jame, Campbell: Rate Collector, Works Inspector, ae., F. 31'Kin nell; TreasurerJ. H. Heed, manager of Bank ofAutmlasia; Health of. er,DrMontgomery Inspector -imices,Constable O'Donoghu.; the Council also act as a LocaL Board of Health, and meet for bn-iness on the second Wednesiay in the month at II11 am. Law.-Police Magistrate A. W. Howitr, Eq, who holds courts the fourth Wednes day in every month, the Justices of the Peace presiding on the second Wednesday, at 10am.; Llerk of Court, and also Electoral Registrar, Mr Charles Dn Ve ; Justices of the Peace, Messrs J. Peterkin, Dr Morrison It. Young, W. Whittakeas, B. Mackay, and J. Sykes. Solicitors.-I. . Ierjcant, Neville's hotcl W. S...

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HORRIBLE MURDER AT RICHMOND. A WIFE KICKED TO DEATH BY HER HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 July 1886

ORRIBLE M?TRDER. AT. A,aWIFE; KICKED i·TO DEATH 1'I HER HYTSBf DAŽ T winutted ,inNorth Richmonid about ! eiiio'clockj I , tb FI idy idiiht, tlie ,erpet i tor of; which was a middle aged aormiiig rmn.. of sitllen' appearance,: ,iinie. Thoi.,is Taylor, ws ho;: togethei. j:it .l1i3,, wiifo : and '"a laboring,, man? inpd Deimiis Hogan, o'cupied a small foui roomed woodein cottag? inariarr~wv tlioroughfiu, known as Kenny.street. Tlhpcottag, stands in:close proxiiiity, to Church-street :an opposite the nortll and of. the,mail et reserve, at. tle iratr of the town haill, For' upwnrds'of three months the two men have booeen engaged workin together' for :a :M;Ih Barter, lwho carries cný the lausiness of a contractor in Hawthorn, arid during the whole of that period. Hogan lived it the residence of Taylor. ~t a boarder. They,gonernlly left hone early in til morning, and returned at six o'clock -inth' evening for dinner. .?hen tlley.eaclied home on Friday even.: the house was in total darkness...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 July 1886

Wanted. W ANTED apprentices to the dress. making, apply to J. SANDS, I .. Franklin-street. Tror Sale or To Lot. FOR SALE, CHEAP.-One three-horse - earth scoop, almost new. Auply - WEST BROS., Trmlagon F OR SALE.-Paving Blocks 4x5r3 up to I10 x 5 x 3. Best flooring for stablje yards, sheds, etc. S : . PETERK1L & CO. OOR SALE-- FRUIT TREES, SHRUBS, : &e, guaranteed, at Melbourne prices. W. LUXFOID,. Seedsman, Franklin-street, Traralgon. "OR SALE-A light waggonette cheap, I apply to J. SANDS, Trnaragon. StRi SALE-POSTS and RAILS,. Gar I den Palings and br;.ad Palings in any quantity. Apply to C. STEADMAN. .' S Trralgon. T ARRALGON.-FOR SALE.--Several Susiness Cites, 66: xIi65ft' -bctween main street and Seymour-street, east of Franklin-street. . Apply FREDERICK HARDING, Land Agent, 31 Queei-street, Melbourne. * ;= . Tenders. - TENDERS for the erection of a wooden 1 villa residence in Traralgon for John lPterkin,Esq. (laborounly) will be so.cived by thendersignhed till S...

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COMMERCIAL. LIVE STOCK. Wednesday, 30th June. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 July 1886

COMMERCtAL.' LIVE STOCK. Fat Cattle--About 1700, wrc yarded, only a small proportion of which were prime, the bulk of the siupply being of middling and inferior quality. There was a full ittendanceb of buy-ers; best eies met with brisk competition; and prices on the wh,le were fully equal to last weeks' rates. Prime pens of bullocks sold at' from £13 to ..£l 15 15;. siugl beasts to '£17 5s ; good do', froni £11' 10s to'£12 lOs ; second do., from £9 .td £10; good do.; from £7- to £7-1Ds;- middling and inferior, froni £4 m 10s. £ Mr;, A. M'Lean sold 41 'bullocks for" Mr "Henrry. Hoyt, Lindenow, to £10 "s Gd, averaging £10 2s '3d ; 20 bullocks forM3r P.'Bicinan, Wood-. side, to £10.1 5s, :averaging. £10 6s; 20 bullocks'for'Mr Jahus sBucklbey, Gre&n mount, to £10 7s 6d, averaging £10; 12 bullocks for Mr?W. M'Leod,, Alberton, to £12 10Os, averaging £11 Os; 10 billoekV' for Mr Lynch, at £10 5s ; 19 bullocka for Mr James iNicol; to £13 12s 6d, avemging £11' s Gd ; 9 bullocks for'Mr...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 July 1886

V'MELBOURmE . S'? ed-eslay evening. .Prc sstanaition is said tod e tl thief of time, but he cetainly wll bear. * comparison 'ith. some of tl present meiber of the L-gislatii Assem "?N? ver do to-day ( allow to be done) that which can I put off until to-morrow" appears t, , t1ein otto o soma o.aur lawvl inal "faitlifully (16' tlefy act up toL The debate in the Assemblrly last night was commenced by Mr Walker Cew ilisiroliFOf7 Cuistoms, lho introdnued a Draw-backs Bill to miend there. sent syst .' The Bill contained two cl4uses'"yetit t6klthe House unti after 2 o'clock a.m. to thresh them out :Mt- rperAadM&good-deal to about the Customs department andi isuh.-dley.yecaory tasayv that Iar, and. doipaUy'ssLaughtered shoep -' trotted to the front very frequently As Mr Wri.'on reimarked -31 HarpeMrs memory foilthe failingso th1e Oi ernmeit has been coniiishiU sl?rponedsince the destruction of his jilCuitl r Giausoliarir late, 1't1 not too late to put in his spoke :At"th first oppor...

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MEETING AT MIRBOO NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 July 1886

MEETING-AT MIRBOO NORTH. On Saturday last a Iarge and repre sentative meeting of residents in the parishes of Mirboo and Mardan, was held at Fitzpatrick's Hotel, Mirboo North. Chas. Ogilvy, Esq., J.P., was   voted to the chair, and there were bout 80 persons present. . . The Chairman commenced proceed ings, by reading the notice convening the meeting , which was for the purpose of (ly Considering the requirements of the district in regard to roads, tram ways &c (2 ) .The choice of represen tatives for the Shire Council; (3) The cit:idlishmrcitof a Sihool iBoardl of Advic" for the district,'and aiy other . fitters of publli interestvl.ic~t.might ,i. pri -??-y Jroughtl. fnor?'tu L .This ;,,s crttinlv a- monster hill of fare, hu: therle present would no doubt n c-',nio the impnirt.inkc of the sub -s toS-he discussed. "He was glad to -e tie t e mber for the distriet, Mr roole. pae nt, as lie "would be able to dr.tfieui considratble- :ssist.uce in 'oteitdelibetitiowt...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

What is known as the Hotham shoot ing case where a young man named Cooke attempted to take the life of his sweet heart, and on being interrupted evinced a desire to slayv all and sundry who came in his way, developed a fresh phrase on Saturday last. Cooke was sentenced to death, and thisaplpars to have so preyed upon the mind of the girl whom he at tempted to shoot, that she resolved to commit suicide. The poor young woman worked herself into a state of frenzy, blamed herself with being the cause of her lovers present position,and proceeded to the Yarra with the intention of drown ing herself. She was observed and taken in charge by a constable. When brought before the City bench on Tuesday,thepoor girl, who is ofmostpreposessing appear ance and manner, had recovered from her excitement, and as some friends promised to take good care of her she was dis charged. Although Cook was sentenced to death the jury added a recommenda to mercy to their verdict, and the judge reserved somelega...

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