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AN EDITOR'S FIGHT FOR HIS BRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

AN EDITOR'S FIGHIT FOR HIS BRIDE. - :o. 'le rmaway mnatchj of Mr Irvie Maother, a Tenniesse journalist, with a young lady named Callenualr, at asah ville recently,. met with & somewhat startling intesruption. The lovers were standing before the. precher, and the wedding service had just com meneed, when the lady's ftheasnrfid sister, and aunt rushed in, and a sel satiaoa scene ensued. The bride fainted in her lover's arms, the father stormed, and some editors,. who. accompanied the bridegroom, plleide for theirbrother, but all inbast. The fatter swore that the cernerw should not be completed; Mather swore that it should The expectant bride fur momneant regained consciousness. A ruse. was adopted. The newspaper men blocked up the aisb, and the lovers escaped through a back door to thie outside. They started off before Mather discovered that the license had been left in the church. One of the newsplaper men found it undcr the eyes of the irate father, and after ahlO chase reac...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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HYDROPHOBIA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

HYDROPHOBIA. IL Pasteur read a paper on his treatment of hydrophia at the Aca demy of Sciences on April 12 (says our London correspondent). He said he had treated 726 persons of all Euro pean nationalities, and some Ameri canc 6S, of whom were dog-bitten, and 38 wolf-bitten. Only one death from rabies took place among the former, whereas three out of the.19 Russians frohi Smolensk-. had been, -victims to' that disease. M. Pasteur then read statistics carefully obtained by the different mayors of the French com munes to show how relatively harmless the bites of mad dogs are compared with those of wolves. The statistics reached as far back as two centuries, and showed that about 82 persons bitten by wolves died. M. Pasteur has not, however, apparently obtained information as to the degree to which persons so bitten were canterised. The wounds of the Russians from Smolensk were literally burned into by their village surgeons wherever it was pos sible to burn them, almost immediately af...

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CORRESPONDENCE. PLOUGHING MATCHES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

CORRESPONDENCE. -:o: PLOUGHING MATCHES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORD. Si,--lt has been somewhat of a sur rise to me that such a live place as raralnn has proved itself to be, has never instituted an annual ploughing match. In this dull time of the year something of the kind is required to keep the blood of our young agriculturista in circulation, and 1 would take the liberty of suggesting a competition in this, the most mechanical of their duties. I feel sure that if a few of our energetic towns men could be induced to take the matter up, its successful execution would be assured. The direotion of such a compe tition comes naturallvy within the province of an Agricultural nociety, and as our local society is not yet in a position to hold two shows annually, if representa tions were made to them by those in terested, perhaps its members would be willing to undertake the management of the matter. Hoping that some abler pen than mine may take the mattoerup, I am, Sir, yours &c.,...

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PERISHED IN THE FLAMES. SIX ITALIAN LABORERS MEET A HORRIBLE FATE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

PERISHED IN THRE SIX ITALIAN LABORERS ?n HORRIBLE FATE. a A despatch from Rrndfoni, Pa on - 24, says :--Thirty Italian hlabre" n rl employ of the Erie Railroad Cointnr have been i o yngoe of the or lern old construction shanties at 11'ult Alt fifteen miles south of Bradfoai" building has been in disuse for s m, and the wooden underpinin. eas tire Twenty men slept in a little loft, ndhe remainder on the first floor, whih vhn elevated four feet above the During the night one of the Th?eta which the structure rested, gave w an at one o'clock a.m., the shanty was, at to the ground and cllaliled The4A were precipitated into a heap, and tr? who escaped nade tlheMr iayout i. great difficulty. In a few iute, wreck took fire from a lar nter th hung in one of the ruonms, and the - beig largely composed of tarred - at once blazed fiercelv The shout p?er; laborers who escaped from the wrycc 2 the screams of others who were s penned in the blazing sl]e aroms t~ village. There being no fire delmp...

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CALLIGNEE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

CALLIGNEE. [From our own Correspondent.]: A.large and influential meeting of! residents of Bulga and Callignee was held at the residence of Mr. John Wills, Bulga, on Saturday afternoon, for the purpose of considering the ad visability of extending the tramway the Taralgon Shire Council propose to construct through Callignee, right on to Yarram. By request, Mr. Bodycomb and Mr. Powell of thel Cal lignee Tramway League, attended the meeting, and Mr. Crisp, secretary to the Callignee Tramway League. acted as secretary for the occasion. Mr. Bodycomb was elected chair man, and in his openingrenmarks, stated that the Government had placed on the estimates the sum of £200,000 for the use of the various Shires of Cipps land, to enable them to construct tramways in the mountainous portions of Shires, where, owing to the boggy nature of the soil, it is almost impos sible to make roads for wheel traffic, in fact, with the very limited means at the disposal of the' Shire Councils' at present, i...

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MIRBOO. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

MIRBOO. [From oar own Correspondent.J Monday Evening. On Monday the Doolara and ,dirboo Tramway League held a meeting at Goldsmsth's hotel, Mirboo. Mr John Scott (president) in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and coiifirmed,'svndry icorrespon dence was received; including a letter from Mr Campbell, Shire Engineer, informing the league that hlie had received a paper from the Premier, asking for information, which could only be obtained by making a perma nent survey of the proposed tramway, and advising the league to proceed with the work at once; this caused a ponsiderable amount of discussion and surprise, as the League have already gone to considerable expense in having a walking survey made by a first-class railway engineer, who also furnished a voluminous report, and they were led to believe (from letters they received from the railway department) that that would be sufficient, and moreover, they considered that as the tramway would relieve the shire of t...

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RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

REaEPT & PAT OFFICE TRARALGON. PA.3LENTS.. Tnuit.Lao% -. RIbt. It I3hmpton. Daley,. B Langton . Narmoan, Slhire Co.u cil, 0. Oaoaburg. IN RtlrdU, X Kayt. ROSElDALE.-'X. it, Slwn. T. FPoh. S. Baker (2), 1k 'icra. HOJZYELL.-I. Iisthorlay. IL Binh. J. Chamberlain,. 1 Chamberkin A. Cham borlain, junr., b: North. IL; OlNGornOn, A. Darcy, 31. A..Ctcseling, I Pj'kL. ), Wal don, A. Doxam betn. G. 3ilnc. GRANTS. T. Copeland; Q. Firmin. ( Goxidaul L F. landley, R1ev.. P. Mecntr a)d othver'. Ja. Wright,. A. Naalmoausc.,c (2). Thu.. Smi hams, (4). H: Scanitt (2), \v. Starlett, It G. Timbo, iL Mnanstiiid, H. Biaouutow, F.. Willi, C. Stammers.. lMASEfS D. C. Ame.ibalxl G. Dare, Dawx.1, 1'. ormnan, J.. Geaie, W.Ianly. J.. W. Iltoom. WV. Hurdaocha Walter Marstin, L. )hitinn W. Moors, A. F, .L'Danald. 1t IAgatll. E.L. Simmons, J. SIJWls (2), 1'; Whela (). G. WVhalhly sear. (2).J. Ioward. M& .dllo hem. J. IosidaJy, II. K actgnardi T. Shrolhaf M. Flemings W..Smith.

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COMMERCIAL. MORWELL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

COMMERCIAL. MORWELL MARKETS. Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. report: Morwell 5th July. Not many lots for ward, but fair attendance of buyers, mr ket showing a slight improvement on late quotations. We sold steers at £2 5s, £2 Its, £2 13s to £3 9s. Young Heifers to L2 11s. Mixed lots (steers and heifers) to £1 14s. We also sold over 40 dozen fruit trees on account of Mr John Holt of the well-known Kew and Westernport Nur soeres.

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LOVE AND SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

LOVE AND smcIOm -~ An inquest was held at the 3eluille Hospital, Chatham, on April 13, a,-ern ing the death of Lieutenant E F. Eva~ aged 22, an officer of the Royal Mirine Light Infantry, who shot himself with a revolver the previa lmoiansag ia tOhe. married oflcers' quarters. lssie Ya5 a ladylike girl, who was much said she was a single woman, residig at Ordnance Place, Chathamb She hk, known the deceased for eight months,aj was on terms of intimacy with hin Be was in her company at her residens, on Saturday night and during the whote .1 Sunday. On Monday night she wena~t his quarters at a quarter lest twelt o'l.kck. He said he was very ang. t her because she had faiked to keeg In applintment to come to his quarters earlier that eresing. Wten she told hii that she could not stay, ond persistel in her refusal, he got up, and standi g at tle front, revolver is hand, de?-ared that she would tot go out alive. le thoasai4 will kill myself and put the vrea;a to his head, on which she tol...

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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORiS. Sale, Saturday, July 3. Messrs Little and Borthwick report:- Fat cattle about same as last week. Our sales-Cows L5 to £6 I2s 6d, heifers £5 e to £5 10s, bullocks £6 15a to £8, vealers 1 £?1 10s to £2 3?. Store Cattle.--Market brisk and anything coming forward sells I readily. At Traralgon we sold Mr 1 Varney's bullocks £6 10s, others £4 12s to £5, 3-yMr steers £3 to £4 2s, heifers £2 ls to £3 6s, store cows £2 16s to£3 10s. At Maffra our yards fairly supplied. We sold the Glencoe bullocks £6 9s, others £5 to £6 5s, cows £3 to £3 15s, 2-yrs heifers 5£2 S, 21-yrs steers £3 12s, 18-mos. steers and heifers £1 18a to £2 6s id, calves £1 5a to £1 10s, speyed heifers (small) £3 14s. At Sale our yards well supplied and all sold, bidding being very brisk, 3-yrs steers £3 8s to £4 13s, cows 3 6s to £4, milkers £4 17s 6d to £5 10s, calves £1 Es to £2 3s. Privately we have sold several lots of store cattle. Sold by us during the week, 567 head. Sheep.-Good de mand for f...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [By Wire.--From our Correspondent.] Melbourne, Monday evening. In the City court this morning, a man named Williaim Murray, and a female named Florry Williams were charged with stealing £100 the pro perty of Henry Taylor. Williams admitted at the lock-up having taken the money. The prisoners were re manded till Wednesday. The premises of Messrs Cook and Co., Drapers, Richmond, were bur glariously entered on Saturday evening. Nothing was stolen. The Hon. Angus Mackay, who for many years represented Sandhurst in the Legislative Assembly, died this morning. . In Sydney to-day the great event was the celebration of the American Independence. Consul Grifith's. levee was largely attended by the most prominent public men. The following persons who pleaded guilty to Sunday trading were each fined £5 :-William Henry Peel, Uni versity Hotel, Carlton; Stephen Stapleton, Harp of Erin Hotel, Queen street; M. Donelly, New Lincoln Hotel, Carlton: Charles M'Auley, Old Lincoln I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

Government motices. LAND ACT 1884, SEC. 32. S CHEDULE of Applications to be con sidered by Local Land Board to be held in the COURT HOUSE. TRA RALGON, on MONDAY, the 12th day of JULY, 1886, at 10 o'clock a.m. All applicants must appear in person. PARISH OF TRARALGON. 1. Edmond Sanders, allotment C, area 2. Margaret Watson, allotment C, area 10xa. 3. William Little. allotment 57, area 630a. 4. John Fraser, allotment 58, area 400a. PARISH OF JEERALI'G. 5. Archibald M'Lachlan, allotment 57 area 870a. 6. George A. Phillips, allotment57, area 870a. 7. John Johnson, allotment 57, area 870a. PARISH OF CALLIG-N?E. 8. John R. Horne, allotment 50, area 300La. 9. John Bleakley, allotment 54, area 790a. 10. Walter MiJsen, allotment 66, area 660a. - 11. William Missen, allotment 66, area 660a. 12. Philip Chilver, allotment 68, area 720a. 13. Mary Kennedy, allotment 68, area 720a. PARISV OF RBDGF.REE. 14. Elizabeth A. C. Payne, allotment A, area S;a 15. James 3M. Bawden, allotment A, area 16. Joh...

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LORD WOLSELEY AND THE ORANGEMEN. [LIVERPOOL WEEKLY COURIER.] [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

L0D WOLSE~LT ND HE ORAlG-EMEN. [Li:r;crooi. WZEKL" CouIaR.] I the Ileuse of Conmmolis on Thurs dvM'3lr T. -11. Her.y asked the Secre ,v of Stte for War if his attention I l i.4-11i allld to the speech of IMr \Villi:un .Tohiston, 31.P, on Thursday 1 -t i, which he stated that if the . vern-ment of Iriland bill passed - prad 11olseley and 1000 other officers h-'d xpr, ed th~eir determination to ,t'nr t uli their commissions .;and hiead r, P rotestants of Ulister;" if he would , . Genieral Wolseley whether !ire w.ls and truth in this statement s i;, - ie ncerned lhim, and could ,. right ho- gnuleman inform the 1h- l~s :1to the truth of the story MJr T. P. O Conlor.-M- ay I supple atli the iillentisn of the lion. nlelmber Sa;<king ~ the Secretary for Var if lihe Soutl, hiav any objection to produce a iirrt;n if the soldiers and non-counlis -ionei i oifcers of Irish birth in her Mlai jsti : fore s, who were sentenced St?:,tl,. :and afterwards served long ,ri,!s of penal servit...

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THE DROUGHT IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

TIE DROUGHT IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. With reference to the drought which hjs preruaied so long in South Aus trali. MIr C. Todd, C.3LG, Govern ment astrunomer, on Monday made the ioT0i'Wr statement : - " This has unquestionaly been the driest first h;dii c a vear ever encountered since the foundation of the colony. The ctha r ,Lti I thought the indications 1 w-ee promising, since the isolars began to -ar.,ae themselves more north and .in:h than l:eor,, thus squeezing up tih ant·i.-cvlonic area in the interior, but thei expanded again next day. ti i n the lroaught does once break up, one f.eis m ier.a certain that there ,n s- a lhaxv fill to make up for past ih,2':t n ins, ut as to when it will !re? up I shouil he sorry to express ;nr ,:inio:n. Of late all atmospheric ii-.ariannc. imave passed away to the ,uth o.f u-. and deposited their mois t-re in TLs:imnia or elsewhere. In ,Le rr two instances they have shot up into the ._rat ;ight, and it has rained in West ' Austanlia, but. before rn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. Yfar.aLroY-Ninety-.eer n nmiles from Melbourne. on the aind (;ip,rla:.d line, at the junction of the lTeyfield Ilic. Shire Conncil.-President, J. Peterkin F.sq, C-umncillo,, Mreors G. h inll. 1) Iamplell. II. Pre, . N~gh,,mb. Kerll her. Forsyth, MI!', and V'rn-y; Shire ereturty sed Fngineer. Mir Janc, Campbell; Rate C,,lle:=ur,. Wrks Inspector, cn . F. MKin. 5.. II:. 'i re.arei.J. H. red. m :,nager of Ink ofAustanlasio ale:dth otti er,Dr Mottgom.erv Insp. ctor Nsu ances, Constable O'Dno,;hu the C?unril al.o act s a L.ocal Board ot Ifahlth. and meet for hu incos on the -atold Wednesday in the month at 11 a io. Loh..-uXts e .Megisttate, A. W. Howit. E.q . who hold.- courts the fourth Wednts dir iln e'ctry month, the Ju-t'es of tte I I'crce pi?.idng oi "lie recond Wedn?sdasy,at Oa.ns. ; .lerk ,t Court. and al,. l cftuzal Ilogiutr t, IMr Charces Dui V; J.t:ei,.t ut the Prace.. lIes,. J. l'etcrkiu, Dr 1i.,r.isonI: I. Y.oung. . W hitiake s, It.,ek1. . . ati J. Syke., Solic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

Auctions. M-AXRRIAGE, ORR, & CO., AUCTIONEERS, •STOCK AND LAND AGENTS, H OLD SALES OF LIVE STOCK yin their ada at TRARALGON I F'ORTicHTrLY 3IO.RWELL A TOONGABIIIE A TRAFALGAR 3MoroTrL.Y NARRACAN Per our .1IlUROO Adreuttisements CLEARING OUT and other SALES pro. perly put through. AGO.Kt'S FOR Nationalof NewZelandFirelinurancee Co CAlonial 3Intual Fireand Life Iusrance Co. New York Life In-urance. Co. New Zealand Mercantile Agency Ca. LOANS negotiated. and VALUATIONS mae.ul HEAD OFFICE--TRARALG .N. TRARALGON, MONDAY, JULY 12 M ARRIAGE. ORR. & CO. will sell on above date for various owners- 12 Fat Ballocks and Cows 4. Steers, 3 to 3 yes (good) yi young Heifers 50 Store Bullocks 100 head Mixed Milkers. Sprinuero. Store Cows, Calves, etc., and some Pigs 311REOO NORTH MONTHLY SALE WEDNESDAY, JULY 14. 0ARRIAGE. ORR & CC. will sell at Stheir new yards at rear of Club hotel on the above date o20 head Mixed Cattle Horses. Pigs and sundries l'articulars in future adver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

TRAR.ALGON_ .DISPENSARY; PA - ?' LEE AT. ' A' EL Chemist; l uggis . and . 1)e iasi Physicians Prescriptions ml Fmily cipe most carefully dispeused The exact copy pf er.ry l?4 crilptionu is rec i ted for future referenc. , 3cdicine. orw.vrded promptly to all toynships of the district, on alplicatiou Teethl iariilly stopped and extracted, only the tiewet style A .:: ~~~?'(ofllS trullnll ts use d. , -- -- - -----,-----...--,--.-- The large Stock includes, amongst numerous other articles :-- ` T,otl,, Nail and falir Brasli s ot Ke.ntt n.aL nulactlr, eiit ry btiUh h'urmnited irsse and Lhin's, Go ne I 's, I:iummel's, etc., Perfumery. : Tmvender Water, sever.rAbrinds. Is, 2s. and 3s per bottle S?Bghly perfumed Hair Oil; scented with Otto de Rohe, and Orauige Flower Is per bottle- .. : . iledicnted Iozenges, of every description 311rking Ink, genuine'iil dlible,'l1 per bottle Slperior S?.dlitz Powders, .niade of pure cllemicals and full weight, is :3d Disinectinag Powder, for checki..g the ...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

"MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE.' (Published erlyTuesday &Frlday mnoming.) T UESDAY, JULY 6. 18ss. OSE of the most difficult problems agitating the minds of legislators, philosophers, and social reformers in the present day is unquestionably that which relates to the suppression of crime,and the punishment of criminals. An ugly feature of the case is that, notwithstanding therapid advancement of knowledge and the spread of educa tion, there is no proportionate diminu tion of crime. Indeed, in many branches of it, there is a decided increase in the number of oofenders. It is not, how ever, to discussthis matter,and attempt to trace the effect to its cause, that we refer to this subject just now, but rather to open up the question of the wisdom or folly of thenewsystem intro duced in this colony for the puishment of first offenders; and this we can only now do in one important aspect. We should like to see the system now in vogue in the State of Massalhusetts,in the United States,i...

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TRAMWAY CONSTRUCTION. (To the Editor of the Traralgon Record). [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 6 July 1886

TRAMWAY CONSTRUCTION. (To the Editor of the Traralgon Record). Sir--As the question of tramway con struction in South Gippsland has now assumed considerable importance, allow me to give a few reasons why the work should be proceeded with at once in preference to heavy lines of railway or macadamised roads Firstly. The con tour of the country is so rugged that a line of railway will only benefit the nar row ridge of land along which it runs, as there are so many deep gullies running out from the main dividing range that it is impossible to get far across country in any direction except along the spurs or the top of the main dividing range. Therefore heavy lines of railway would not suit Gippsland as well as light lines of tramway, because for the amount it would cost to construct heavy lines of railway at intervals of ten miles apart, which would be about the closest they could be expected to come together, a complete system of tram lines could be constructed at inter vals of about t...

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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 July 1886

SC-RAPS. ---- 0 The first lucifer match was made in 1829. The first iron steamship was built in 1830. Modern needles first came into use in 1545. Coaches were first built in England in 1569. The first horse railroad was built in 1826-27. Until 1776 cotton spinning was per formed by the hand spinning wheel. Glasi windows were first introduced into England in the eight century. The first complete sewing machine was iateited by Elias Howe in .1846. Albert Durer gave the engraving in prophecy of future wood engrving in Giod holds the person of one talent just as respsnsible for its proper use ias he does the man who has ten. Economy wisely directed is not only not stingy nor mean, but the thing that makes benevolence and generous giving possib!e. Smith, landscape painter, hard up only oie pot-boiler sold in six weeks: I tell you what it is, Brown, old chap, art is a hard mistress to serve. What do you say to. giving it up?" Brown, a figure paintecr, still harder up :" You have an ticilp...

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