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

D. C. Archibald, G. Dare, P. Gon?,?an J. Geale, W. Hardy, J. W. Heesom, Walter Malstin, L. Marstin, W. )loare. R. Riggall, E L. Simmons, J. Shiells, P. Whelan (3), J. Shiells, G. Whalley, senr., J. Howan H. Kjergna-d, T. Shanahn, W. mith, P. Whelan, P. V. Dohren. J. S. Gorman.

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INCUBATION BY IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 July 1886

INCUBATION BY IRRIGA TION. A mal had watched a sitting of choice eggs with much solicitude till tlhe twenty-third day of inculation and still there was no sign of their hatching. Seeking advice at this stage lie was told to put them into a pan of warm water, and leave them till they began to dance and then return them to the nest. Five hours afterwards he came with the joyful tiding that every Segg had hatched. He said the moment they were in the water they danced like puppets. The lining of Ithe shells had become so dry anld tough that but for the wetting not one of the chicks I would have been -able to break the shell. Eggs in that condition absorb the necessary moisture ahnlmost instanm taneously, though they will not sutler injury from remaining in the water several minutes. Care should be taken to return tie hen to the nest with the eggs to prevent the too rapid cooling from atmospheric exposure and evao ponation. Sprinkling eggs in the nest during inculcation is often recomn m...

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IRISH PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION FUND. MEETING AT RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 July 1886

IRISH PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION FUND. MEETING AT RICHMOND. A largely attended meeting was held in the town hall Richmond, on Tuesday evening, for thie purpose of raising a patriotic fund in aid of the expenses of Irish candidates at the elections for the House of Commons now proceed ing in the united Kingdom. The Inayor, Cr, M1'Rae, occupied the chair. .Mr. N. O'Connor moved That it is the duty of every liberal minlded man in Richmond to sylnpa thise with nMr. Gladstone in his efforts to settle the aflkirs of Ireland. The present unsatisfactory state of afhirs in Ireland was due to the in judicious legislation which Ihas been imposed upon it. Now, after centuries of tyranny and oppression; there ap peared to be some hope of justice, and it behoved them all to support the great Einglish statesman who was championing Erin's cause by every means in their power. (Cheers.) Mr. Pennefather, in seconding the motion, said that they were not met together for recrimination. The st, uggle which h...

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RUSSIA IN THE BACK SEA St. Petersburg, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 July 1886

RUSSIA I? TIHE' BAK SEA St. Petersbu-g, July 7. The Russian Government have formally notified that the town. of Batoum, on the Black Sea, has ceased to be free port, The European press considers that. the action of Russsia in notifying that Batoum has ceased to be a free port i41 a prelude to the renunciation bye Russia of the Berlin Trerity, and is a blow specially aimed at England.

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 July 1886

MINING NEWS. The Long Tunnel Company has now declared over one million pounds sterling in dividends. The actual amount is £1,001,400, i truly noble record. Toonmbon G.3L Co.-Quartz crushed for month, 460 .tons, yielding 298oz. Sdwts. gold. The rusult of the monthly washing-upt of the Lou' Tunnel G.M. Co., Walhalla was a yieldof 1(841oz of gold fromn 20861 tons of quartz crushed- A dividend of 40s per share was yesterday declared, payable in Melbourne and Sile on the 13th inst This brings the total amount paid in dividends by this conipany to the princely sum of £1,001,400. REPORT?. Long Tunnel, Tanjil, July 3.-During past week winze has been put through to bottom tunnel, and haveestarted fresh stope. Castings, etc, dulyarrived. tave started battery to-day, which is working very smoothly so £hr. Hare as much cruthing stuff" broken as will'kleep the battery running bsily for 12 ori14'days.

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DESPATCH OF WARSHIPS TO THE NEW HEBRIDES. H. M. S. NELSON AND OPAL ABOUT TO SAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 July 1886

DESPATCH OF WARISHIPS TO THE NEW HEBRIDES. 11. M. s. NELSO. ANI, OPAL AnoUT To SAIL. Reliable information hts been re ceived in Melbourne that preparations are being made on board the H. M3. S. Opal, which is at present at Sydney, for sending hea to sea. The refitting of the vessel is being pushed on as rapidly as possible, and, it is under stood that her next destination is the New Habrides. It is also understood thalt the flagship Nelson will visit" the same islands. .The Nelson left Syd(iey for Brisbane oui:Tuesday.' . SILM.S. Undine has already sailed from Moreton Bay for a cruise to the New IIebrides.

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

FUSSINESS. -4- There is no foe to domestic peace and comfort like fussiness. It arises largely from a lack of system of plan, and from too great attention to minor details. Some housekeepers have thie habit of stirring up everything at once. They begin their day's work anywhere, without any relation to what is most urgent or necessary to be accomplished. They lose sight of the excellent rule one thing at a time, and that first which is most important. It is a good plan to sit quietly down at the begin ning of each day and take a survey of the domestic field. Decide what must be done, and what, ill case of lack of time, or the intervention of other duties, may be put off, and then set to work without undue haste to perform necessary duties. Learnt to do it quietly, without noise. Be careful to take no useless steps. There is a vast amount of strength expended in this way, and nervous energy wasted.

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

GRANTS. T. Copelnd, G. Firmin (3), WV. Gould, F. Handlcy, Rev. P. Mercer and othcr.', J. A. andenbougcbe (2), Thos. Needham(.'), E Scanett (2), V. Scarlctt. 3. Mnnsficld, R. 31. Durham, F. IV. M1ugleson. J. Camlwpcl. 3. Brooks, Bermingham and another., C. Stammers.

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RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 July 1886

RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. TRAIRALCGO.-H. Hampton, B. Langford, D. Russell, C. Woodhouse, C. Murray, J. Wright, F. Neale, W. Duncan, J. Berming ham. ROSEDALE.-W. H. Spencer, T. Feely, R. Piera. W Ashton. MOIWELL.- . Hasthorpe. J. H. Attwnol, A. Davey. G. Milne. W. Tnlloch, Appleton and Martin, C. P. Nind, E. J. Box.

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DIVIDED AGAINST ITSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 July 1886

DIVIDED AGAINST ITSELF. So there has been a split among the Salvation Army in England lWell, looking at the facts as they come to us through our L.ndon exchanges, we cnnlot feign surprise, and unless we have over-estimatcd the seriousness of the grounds whereby the split has been caused, or prompt steps are taken at once by " General" Booth to recon ciliate his offended "Commissioners," we fear the breach will lbe a wide and lasting one. It seems that one of the most popular officers in the Salvation Army, after the " General" himself, Mr Williams Corbridge, for a long time "-Major" and afterwards "Commnis sioner," has been dismissed from the "service," and that "Colonel" Day, another officer, for a considerable time in command of the Southern Division of the Army, has had his." commission withdrawn." This has been followed by the resignation of the whole of the Southern Division, who have publicly announced that they have taken this action " because of the unchristianlike manner of...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. RIOTING IN IRELAND. London, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 July 1886

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. From the " Argus.: 1IOTIN'G IN IRELAND. London, July G. Serious rioting, aecompanied l by loss of life and injury, took place at Dublin last night. A large mob of Roman! Catholies assembled at midnight anod :altl made a violent attack on tlhe premises of the Orange WVorkingmen's Club. The occupants of the buihling opened fire upon their assailants, killing one man and wounding 36 others, some very seriously. The police were called out and 75 of the OUImllgelllen were arrested. The elect ion of Mr. Justin M'Cart hy, the Parnellito candidate for London derry led to considerable rioting in the town. The Patrnellitrs are greatly irritatep at the defeat of 3rh. (fladstone's party, as shown by the result of the polling so far. The police expect that there will be seriousdisturbualces b'tsween tihe Nation :lists and the Orangenten in Ulster on .Ml onday next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 July 1886

Wanted. S"TANTEI).--General Servant. Apply S JUNCTION IIOTENI, Flylnnra Creek. J. SANDS, Franklin-street. Zcst .. rd Zcund. LOST from Maryvale, redand white steer, bearing TM1 on near rump and other brands. s rewardnl will be paid to any per-. son giving information that will lead to its discovery. Apply to MI1ss DWYER. LOST from Hazelwood.-1 bay horse, lame off fore foot. 1 chestnut horse, hind feet white. 1 brown horse, blind one, eve 30s reward on delivery of alove to G. BOLDING, liazelwo?ox, or Tonkyn's Hotel 31orwell. LOST from Tmmralgon, rusty brown homre, branded like \ near shoulder. £1 Iteward on return ing to-RIEV. J. Ii WALKEII, ithe Vicarage, Traralgon. LOST, Bay Mare, TN on shoulder, hip down. £2 Reward. W. WELLWOOD, Livery Stables, Tramlgon. OOIlND.-A gold ring. Owner may have L same. by paying for advertisement. Apply at this Oflice, or at the Police Station. Tendors. N' O T I C E. TENDERS are invited and will be re. ceived up to 4 pm. on Monday. 12th July next for re...

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GOOD TEMPLARY AT TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 July 1886

GOOD TEMPLARy AT TRAPRALGON. A lecture on temperance mtters was givenl on Tuesday evening by Mr E. W. Binder, G.,:C.T. Ilis addre was powerful, illustrative, and soumlhd logical, and met with the keen undi. vided attention of all his heare" There were about one hundred ladies and gentlemen present. The rer. T. A. Alday occupied the chair, and be fore introducing thespeaker made some interesting remarks, stating that mansU thought the present blue ribbon move. meant was, though admittedly a good work, only for childre ; thah he cause of temperance and temlperace leids latioin should thrive, it was necessary to get the adult and votive voice of the public; the formation of a Good Templar Lodge was a step in this di. rection, public opinion must be edota. ted, and this meeting to-night was for that purpose. He then introhdilcilthe speaker, whose speech, in part was as follows :-I amu pleased with the nuts. her present, especially the presence of the female portion of the audience, as t...

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COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 July 1886

COMMSLERCIAL. TRARALCON .MARKEirS. O!,!tield and Misre, in conjunction with I Whitney, report having sold .Mrs Tuckers farm of 320 acrc-, at Boola h1obo, at a satif-uctorv tigure. 3IOIRWELL 3A1RlKETS. londay. 31,sr-s Marriage, Orr and Co. report: A Lhr:e s-uplir of cattle forwanrd, which .?i ruadily at a slight advance on late raes: the attendance of buvers was 2r-e and bidding spirited. showing clearly t?a a ligh price nay le espected for rticeablle cattle during the approacching soin months. We sold .33 bullocks tar, at £1 Its; fat cows, £5 5s to £ft ; sptinaer, £ 3-s to £6 5s; heifers, £210s ,,t 4 _ : steers, i 10s, £3 as, £4 Is. P.n (;ucker`. s Gd. We also sold a few ,. rs-. On Tuesday we held a clearing -.;e of firniture, &c, on account of V. -A. Ei e~ls, E-1.; the attendance was large and leics obtained very satisfactory. Privr:ly du.rng the week 51 steers at a 3I,,rs A. 31'l. u and Co. report: A: Waraund on Saturday and M3nrwell on 31.:-.i-: ,ur vanis were fairly supp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 July 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. "fRau .I.-ioy- inet-sevefn miles from 3elbourne. n the main Gipr-lazc:d line, at the junction of the Herfield line. Shire Council.--Preident, J. Peterkin Esq., Councillor., Mer.rt G. liNw n I) Campbell, II. Bremt. lclvamzib. Ke!leher, Forsyth, Mld!, and Verney; Shire .ceretery nsd Engineer. Mr Jame-; Ca?mpbell: Rate Calletor. Works In.pector, te.. F. MKliin. ntll; Treasurer.J. H. teed, 'esra::ger of Ilnk ofAustralaia; Health otfi er.Dr aMnt`om.' Inspector Nu.saces,Constable O' LU.no;hu ; the Council aLo ct en a Local Ieard of Health, and meet for bu-iness on the second Wednesday in the month at 11 am. Law.-Police Magist,.tte, A. W. IHowittl E.q . who holds courts the fourth Wedn-s dnyin ercry month, the Jo.utwe of the Pe ce presiding on the second Weda:?sday, at lo0a.. t; Lerk of Court. and al., t lect;ual Regi-trar, Mr Charles Du e ; Juetices oi the Peaze, Mencs: J. Peterkin. Dr MIt1?eor .. Young, W. Whitiake s, Ih. ?lack:v. antd J. S kes. Slicitors.-H. B. ~erj?eant...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 July 1886

actiors. MARRIAGE, ORR, & CO-, AUCTIONEERS, tILOCK AND LAND AtiENTS, H OLD SALES OF LIVE STOCK in their :are at TRARALGI iN I ForTsIoHThY MOI-WELL a D TOONGABI!IE . TRAFALGA.1 MoNrtiL" NARP.ACAN Per our M P1R.0)O Adve?tisement CLEARING OUT sid other SALES pro perly put through. AGIKNCI FOR Entional of 'cwZalanild. lr In=:-ance Co Colonial .ntt alFirnm! I.if- it?ra::ce Co. New York Life Ins urnce. C,. Lew Zealand Mercanlile Arotecy Co. LOANS ne?tiated. anid VALUATIONS made. HEAD OFFICE-TZlAll ALG 'N. TRARALGON, MONDIAY, JULY 12. M ARRInAGE?, OtIR & CO. will sell on i above date f"r vari,.t own rs 12 Fr.a Bull.ock and C.,rw S45 Steers. - to 3 -r (good) 5 rouner Ieifers 3o )tore Bal!oeks r. good Sprinters 100 head Mixed 31i:ers. Sp.in?er=. -tores Cows. Calves. ne., and .me i'igs Account James Nixon. E"-q Sn:,:wr'River IS grand Workin ILtu lochk. splundil team in _-d condition. used to all sortsof work. _!lhn.Ceu aount of owr t-r. :-t 11-9 l .1m. Quantity of H.uasho2ld F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 July 1886

Important Announcement. (Carrying on business at WALI ALLA these 22 years as DRAPERS CLOTHIERS, &c.) beg to announce that they are now holding a GREAT CASH CLEARING SALE - OF - DRAPERY, CLOTHING &c. / Suitable:for:the V?NTER SEASON in the new shop in FRANKLIN:KST: STREET, TRARALGON. (NEXT TO-THE COLONIAL BANK.) The Firm being so ,well known throughout Gippsland from their long and successful career in Matlock, Woodspoint, Walhalla, MIafir, and Bairnsdale, it is only necessary to say that all Goods are of BEST WORKMANSHIP AND QUALITY PROCURABLE, And that we intend to sell the stock of GENERAL DRAPERY, CLOTHING, ETC. At such LOW PRICES as will guarantee a S P E ED Y Clearance. ------:o:------ We confidently invite the inhabitants of Trnralgon, Mforwell and districts. to inspect and compare ovr goods, and we are sure that everybody visiting oer shop will be fully satisfied. FEILCHENFEL-D BROS., DRAPERS, CLOTHIERS &c. NEXT TO COLONIAL BANK, TRRALGON. MITCHELL' S ...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1886. GIPPSLAND REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 July 1886

"M5ODERATUE, UT PROGR.ESIVE." (Published ever, TuesdaLy &Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JULY 9, ISSC. GIPPSLANI REQUIREMiENTS. WVERn the most thoughtful residents of G(ippsland asked what are the real requirements of the district, the answer would he-if, not straight from the shoulder, at least straight from the heart-good roads. • Taking Gippsland as a whole there is u.- abunidance of timber of many varieties, and a large proportion of the most valuable kinds of colonial timber, as red gum, black wood, mountain-?zsh, and iron-bark. Of \water there is an abundant supply. Almost in any part of the district a spring may be reached. by sinking merely a few- feet, and there is little doubt that anly of the towns were it necessary could *obtain an everlastisng artesian well-at Sale there is such a well, and it was proved accidentally a short time since that such a well could be obtained in Tmrarlgon. The quality of the land in most parts, and it; capabilities for growing crops.of every...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 9 July 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [By Wire.-From our Correspondent.] Melbourne, Thursday crvning. A sudden and somewhat remarkable death took place at Belfast last night. A young man named James Bull, whilst driving cattle last week, was cracking a stock whip. The tail end of the whip had a knot, which struck him forcibly on the right temple, mak ing a cut which bled profusely. Not much was thought of the wound until yesterday, when it was examined by Dr. Baird, who found a piece of leather in a knot embedded in the flesh on the temple which he removed. Inflamma tion of the brain had set in and the young man took a succession of fits from which lhe did not recover. . The Cake Fair in aid of the St. Kilda Presbyterian Church funds will be opened this afternoon, at the school house, Alma road, by Lady fMacBain. A Chinaman named All Wing, with Fiorry Williams and William Murray, were charged at the City Court this morning with stealing £180 from Henry Taylor. The prisoners com mitted to take their ...

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THE LONG TUNNEL GOLD MINING COMPANY. OVER A MILLION POUNDS IN DIVIDENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886

THE LONG TUNNEL GOLD MINING COMPANy. OVER A MILLION POUNDS INr DIV. DENDS. The usual monthly mnirin moeting of the board of directors of the Long Tuael Oomlany was held on W\'olr iire t., Mr Win. Pearon, M. L C., in the chLar. The 188th dividend of £_ per share ideclared, which forms in all £41? 2400th share paid, or £1,00,~Y ihn all, so places tills mine in the distinruishal Imsition of being the first in A'strolia to pay a million in dividends. The quarterly general meetirr, of the shareholders was held last night, r. Pearson in the chair, and 23 shareholdes• being present, representing M1durne, Sale and the local interests. The , ceedings were of a more than usalhiv agreathle character. The prelimitair and routine business having emu duly disposed of, the chair was rceatkd LIv 3 Pearson, and occupied by MIr. Tioa:a Johnstone, J. P., of Sale, one of the di rectors MIr. Pearson congratulated the share. holders on the prumd plsition now aStaisd, by the Gipesland mining world, aid cn...

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