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TRARALGON LAND BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886
TR.ARALGQN LAND BOARD At the Land ]ardn held vesterday the following appllictions for hl;un were dealt with by Messrs. Lane and Duncan. PARIISH O?F TR.AIL\I.(ON. 1. Edmund Sanders, allotlment C, area 120a ; recommended. 2. largaret Watson, alluatItet C', ar~ 120a ; refused. 3. William Little. allottnent 57, arce 630a ; recommeuded. 4. Johu Fraser, allotment 5S, nlea .400K, IARISH Or JEEItALIS-. 5. Archibald M'Lachhln, alltment 5; area S70.L 6. George A. 'hillips, ali?traent57,lea 870a. -. John Johnson, allotment 57, trca 870a. PAf?tIIt OF CAI.LIGNE S8. John R. Horne, allotment 50, ' 300a ; re ounmended. 91. John Ileakley, allotument 54, amu 790a ; recommended. 10. Walterl Missen, allotmeint C, art 660a ; recommended for eastern half 11. William 3lisse, ahlltment fA area GG0a ; reenmmended fo?r western hi:.1 12. Philip C(hilver, allotment m .ent 720a ; recommended for northern hall 13. Mary Kennedy, allotmeunt i, area 720a ; posltlned i'.RHaOt OF St -I'EREE. 14. Elizaheth A. C. Payne...
WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886
TWLELEY.L CHURCH. On Sunday evening Mr Cannam took his text from Romans 3--23, "forall have sinned." The preacher said: Infidelity has again and again set itself in array against man's natural depravity, having for one of its themes that sin was only confiled to the lower and more degraded haunts of society, being brought about by the force of example. We have God's wolrd that "ALL have sinned and come short of His glory." There are no venial or proper sills in God's word ; any trans gression, however slight, of the direct commandments of God, is sill, and "the waae of sin is death." As those Isrmalites who would have made a law andi rellginl of their own, perished ?by the anger of tl.e Almighty, aud the rest wolld have been destroyed had not a sacrifice been made for them; so had we also been c llsrlnedl had not Christ ofiered himself a propitia tion fir our sins. No ! infidelity will never oblitemrte man's natural depravity ; and as we realise the atonement made for Is in Christ, ...
COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886
COMBMERCIAL. TR1ARAl.GON MARKETS: Monday. Messrs Marriage, Orr and Co. report:- We held usual fuortnightly market at Tm ralgon to-day. Both the "attendauce and supply of cattle not as large as last sale here, the severity of the weather no doubt keeping many *buvers and sellers from coIming in; tihe cold rin which fell at intervals during the afternoon gave a rather sharp tone to the bidding, and mostly all lots yarded were disposed of at very satisfactory prices, maintaining recent rmtes. Working bullocks were in demand, but price ruled somewhat below list m a.ct 'We sold Mr Nixon's two tean?s of 8,aud 10 each at 1,16 and LIS per'pair, and a further team of 12 (fr owner) at L20 15s per pair; flat bullocks, L6 17s 6d to i7 1s Gd; store bullhks to L5 2s 6d; milkers, a nice pen, at L4 5s ; springers (young), L3 7s Gd to LA ; steers and heifers (18-moues.), to L2 9s ; hulls, L2 7s Gd to L4 15s Piglip at 5s. Pigs---lips at 5s. Next sales-Mirbol o monthly, Wednesday, 14th inst. ; Callign...
GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886
GIPPSLAND .STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday. July 10. Messrs Little and Borthwick report: SFat Cattle.- Market brisk ; prices 10s. beter this week. ' We sold co.ws £5, £5 7s Gd, £3 10s, £515s, £6, 16 10s, £7, latter heavy weights; bullock, £7 7s Gd, to £8 10s; heifers, £5, to £5 5s ; vealers, £1 18s to £2 2a. Store Cattle.-All sorts selling well At Maffra, bullocks £5 Ss to £6 10s according to quality and condition ; cows, £3 5s to £3 14s;3 yrs heifers, £3 5s. to £3 12s ; 3 yrs steers, £3 10s to £.4 5s; 18 monthssteers and heifers, £2 12s. At Sale, bidding brisk, and all sold. 3 yrs steers, £3 s to £4 4s; S yes do, £3 13s to £3 5s; 3 yrs heifers, £3 Ss to £3 Os; cows, £3 Gs £315s ; cows and calves, £4 as; calves, £1 4s to £1 9s; a team of workers, £9 each. Sheep.- Fats and stores selling freely. On Saturday we sold iniferior merino wes at 5s. Horses. Only good Indian sorts selling, others are dull. On Saturday we yarded about 80 head. The Bruthsn lot sold from £5 to £14, all sold. IMr....
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. [From Melbourne Papers.] London, July 9. The following are the latest election returns :-Conservatives, 252 ; Union ist Liberals, 50; Supporters of ihr Gladstone, 131 ; Parnellits, 65. Total, 498. The organ of General Boulanger, the French 1 inister for War,has published an article which is characterised by a very warlike-tone towards Germany. An elaborate programmeune of naval icanmsueres has been arranged to take place at Portsmouth in honor of the colonists now in England. The visitor s will be entertained at luncheon on ho trd H.M.S. Victory, and during the day a series of torpedo attacks will be made. The Earl of Roseberrv, Secretary of State for foreign Aflairs, -has given a promise that he will f irward a pro test to the French Goveranent against the despatch of further batche; of recidivistes to New Caledonia or other islands in the South Pacific, and against the' continued occupation of the New Hebrides by French troops. The Earl of Rosberry, in a speech...
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAY.MENTS. TR.\R.ILcox-H. Hampton. It. L.anfnord. D. Rusoell. C. Woodhouse. C. Murray. J. Wricht, F. Neale, W. luacan, J. Pemrming ham. RIOSEDALE.-W., H. Spencer, T: Fcely. R. Piern. W Ashton. MORuWELL.-- . ?Insthorpe. .. 11. Attwrodr, A. Davny, G. Milne. W. Tulloch. Alppleton and Martin, C. P. Find. E. J. Rox. C. RANTS. T. Copelalid. G. Firmin (1). W. Gould, F HIandley. Rev. P. Mercer and otheir. J. A. Nadolnousche (2). Thsi Xetilham(4), E Scarlett (2). W. Scarlett. J. lManfield. It. I. Derham. F. W. Mapleson. J. Campbell, J. Brooks, lermingham and another. C. Stammers. , LEASES. D. C. Arclibald, G. Dare, P. Gorman. J. Geale, W. Hardy, J. W. Hersom. Walter Marstin. L. M1arotin. W. Moe. . lhigg:all. E L. Simmons, .1. Shiells. P. Whelan (3). J. Shills, C. Whalley. sentr.. J. Howardl. H Kjergaard. T. Shanaanahan, W. mith, P. tWhelan, P. V. Dohren. J. S. Gorman.
ST. JAMES CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886
ST. JAMES C.rrCP.c. The Rev. J. iR. Walker preached fro.m Rev. 4-1- " Come up hither and I will show the. thin, which must he here after." Ir. Walker prrached in a most able manner, and showed how necessary it is for our future peace and welfare to come to Christ and he sa:ved. le re marked that many person, who come to church, come with hungry souls and re quire to be fed, and it was the minister's duty to put before them such franments of lnd's word as would be warm, comfort ing food for their souls.
SMOOTH OUT THE WRINKLES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886
SMOOTH- OUT THE WRINKLES. ."Easier. said .than.doone," say you. The plough share of time haIs been rude enough to leave upon your forehead furrows more or loss deep, and has even introduced a few branching lines on either side of your eyes.- Feeling rather vexed as you saw these in the glass the other day, you discovered that unpleasant moods and feelings really make and deepen these unwelcome lines. So let there be no more foolish worry and vain regretting but put a cheerful face upon it and smooth out the wrinkles. Some folks get so into a habit of looking severe that the very contour of their visage becomes fixed, and when on rare occasions they do smile it seeims a rather uncomfortable and tame afhiir. Good temper, con tentment, an an easy conscience, if they do not make us "beautiful for ever," will at least keep our countenances pleasant to look upon. And try, my brothers, to smooth the brow of others, for if a man his 'done something who makes two blades of grass grow in the ...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Mbondaa evening. A Frenclnuan, Eugene Thomas, em ployed at the Full and Plenty restaur ant, Elizibeth-street, had his i'ight' leg broken tlhrough jumping off a tramncar. in Flinders-street. It was the fall that fraitured his leg. The car passed clear :of him. . A fatal luggy accident occurred at ;Bowerville yesterday to a young n?an n mitted John Pidgeon. A bolt con inecting the pole with the buggy broke 4tnd the vehicle upset. Pidgeon was tthrown heavily on to the road and ftractured his temple.. He died in a few hours after. A young man, itaned . Thomas Prescott, was charged at the City Court to-day with insulting behaviior. Tha accused was brought into court in his shirt sleeves, and appeared some what excited. He jumped into the Yarra ont Saturday and was fished out by two constables, who, got hint to acconmpany them on condition they would not lock him up. He had said this morning that he was -sorry they did not allow him to drown- - Accused was ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886
TOWN DIRECTORY. Ifrxn.artflo-Ninety-seven mlcis from 31elboirne, on the main ip:,p.land lice, at the junction of the Heytield line. Shire Council.-President, J. Peterkin F?q., C-uncillore, iMessrs G(. Firln D Campbell, H. Breed. Bodycomb, Kelleher, Forsyth, Mill, and Varney; Shire Secretary end Engineer, Mr James Camptell; Rate Collector, Works Inspector, &e., F. 31IKin nell: TreasurerJ.H. Heed. mann=er of lank ofAustralasia; Health offi er, Dr) ont'omery Inspector Nmsanees,Contalble O'Donoghun the Council also aet as a Local Board of Health, and meet for bhuiness on the second Wednesday in the month at 11 a.m. Law.-L'oiice 3iagistate, A. W. Howitt, Esq, who holds courts the fourth Wednes day in every month, the Justices of the 'eace presiding on the second Wedneday, at 10a.m.; tlerk of Court, and also Electoral Registrar, Mr Charles n Ve ; Justices ,o the Pace, Measrs J. Peterkin, Dr Morrison It. Young, W. Whittake, s, 1t. Mackay. and ,. Sykes. Solicitors.-H. B. Serjeant, N...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886
Wanted. W ANTED a strong boy san napprentice . V to the bakin_. must he use I to drir trig. WM. AILIIRAITI. .Trarnlgon lBakery. W ANTED a stron lad slaout 18 yearn. T apply IIICKOX'S Brick and Tile -Works. i AN\TED.-General -ervant. Apply JUNCTION HOTEL. Flvnn's Creek. .W ANTED 'apprentices to the dress m • akfing, apply to J. SANDS. "Franklin-strcet. TTANTED'a boy as aipjrentice to the tF tinsmitlmg.nn~Id pldumhince. Apply D. MlCARTIIY. . Franklin-utreet. Trrnllenn. For Sale or To 2ot. 1OR SALE.: very cheap. 200 acre FAIIM. Swithin four miles of Tramrlgon. well improved,and alsut £200 worth of Wattle Bark and IRedlgum timber on the land. Ap ply ALlERP WHIIITNEY. Estate At.ent, Traralgon. FOR SALE.- FRUIT TREES, SHRUIIS, &Ac, guaranteed, at Melbourne prices. W. LUXFORD. Seedsman, Franklin-street: Traralgon _IOR SAI!;'-A light waggonette cheap, 1? apply to J. SANDS, Tnraragoi. F .P. SALE-POSTS and RAILS, Gar .1 den Palinus and broad Palings in any luantity. FIRUIT' TIREES in ...
HUMOR IN DIALECT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886
HUMOR IN DIALECT. On Friday evening Mr S, 31"Buruev assisted by Mrs 31'Hlurney, gave the abovenalued entertaiument at the 31e. hanies' Tnstitute, in aid of the IlZear in connexion with St. Jiames Chauclh. There was a fair attendaince, anid on being introduced to the audience iy the Rev. J. R. Walker, 31r 3l'runrner was greeted with applause. The nl. tertainment was of a chamactCer astic lated to please the most fastidious, ull during the evening _Mr 3Ir'Burne-y was frequently Iheartily applauded, a; d hd never allowed the interest to ilag for one molllent fro l the collllllelltcmnt to the coneclusioi of the entertailllent, which lasted nearly- ta-o lthurs. Pro ceeditlgs were opened with 'Scotia" (violin an:d piano), a line selection- of Scottish airs, including 1" Auld Itoli, Grvy.' This piece was well r.ect.iel, and imimnediately after it 3lr M31"lurne went into the rctl ipart of the enter tainmeit, nid gave many side-splitting examples o' humior" in the Scetch dia lect. This secti...
MRS. ALLONBY. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886
MRS. ALLONBY. CHAPTER I. "Birdie, wait a little longer, Till your little wings are stronger," niy father said to me, half laughingly, half seriously, when I told him one night abruptly that I was weary of inactivity, and that the conviction had come home to me forcibly in the course of the day that it behoved me to do something for myself. "But time alone will not make my wings stronger, lappin" I .urged ; "it's experience I need." "Wait here in safety till you have gained it," he said, laconically. "But how am I togain it here I" I persisted. "Our village life will never teach it to nme. And besides, papa," I added, pIssionately,. "I am tired of it.' When I said that, my father tluew dowu the newspaper he had been calmly perusing for the last two hours, iund looked at me across the table. "Put down your work and lift up your eyes," lie said; iand when I obeyed him he went on : "They are as clever as ever. What has clouded your spilrit, child 1" " What has fired it, rather, you shou...
CHURCHES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886
CHURCHES. PRhsBYTERIAN ClURCH. The Rev. J. G. Wilson continued his line of thought in the Acts of the Apost. es, 3rd chapter, which might be termed ' the fruits of the spirit." " Now Peter and John went up together into the tem ple at the hour of prayer." An idea was ourrent in our midst that after the con ersion of a man to Christ as his Saviour, he immediately becomes totally changed, a new life is generated in him. In the case of these disciples it was not so. Though blessed with the Ailler life of the spirit of Christ, as Jews they did not for get the assembling of themselves together for prayer. They were all things to all men, that they might save some. They were not to selprate themselves from the law, for in their case it was only that they with a religion-not narrow and restricted as that of the Jews-but which contained a lore that embraced all the affiirs of man kind-Gentile as well as Jew-. I am sceptical of those who set aside God's house, and avei that they are cstisfie...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886
Auctions. MARRIAGE, ORR, & Co., AUCTIONEERS, IOCK AND LAND AGENTS, 110OLD SALES OF LIVE STOCK in their Tanis at TRABAL3OI I FoaYSIGHTLY 3IORWELL 1 TOONGAII iIEj TRAFALGA P. I MONTHLY NAIP.RACAN [ Per nur MIfliBOO Adreztismments CLEARING OCT and! other SALES pr' Iprrly put throuagh. O0I?%1~ FOP.. Nfationalda . rwrcandl.Fire IrateeC C, Cvlernibl Mutual FiranI.ifell eIvflmnrCri. texYorkILife Ilnrar~oev. G. Nerw Zeal~arnd M ,rtatiir A";ic Co. LOASS neirrtiRt-d. a,,d! VALCATIONS HEAD OFFICE-TILIALG"IN. 3dIPJ300 NORTH MONTHLY SALE WEDN-ESDAY, JULY 1I. M ARRIAGE. Oi'R S CC. will ill at their rerw rari ant roar of Club hotl rit the atieve .late RN'/r heal 3lix.4 Cathle Humr. Piz, annd 'nr~ie&lt;a Particular In I atele adv erienmrent. CLEARING OUT SALE C±LGNEE, FRItDA. JcLY 19. MAE_ -r. OP.E k CO_ are ýsri.zt il ekl in t'":i..r fr. Gc I. Gcen n.w Ex. (wbn-a eLe hi r .rirl). i. . ~~hi C n-ri z . mire wad ,niey C: i. 41). I Pfz Cos. . r f;1? 4lit r C - tn 2aMtai~f I Eon. I r I-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886
Important, Amunn cement. . : , . ' , s:" ." " ; ".ý. v . ,. . ., . FEI LCHENFELDB ROS. (Carrying on business at WAJJALLA. these 22. years ns DRAPERS CLOTHIERS, kc.) beg to announce that they are now hlolding a GREAT CASH CLEARING SALE - OF - DRAPERY, ,CLOTHING &c. Suitable for the WINTER SEASON in the new shop in FPRANKLIN STREIET, TRARALGON. (NEXT TO THE COLONIAL BANK.) The Firm being so well known throughout Gipzsland from their long and successful career in Matlock, Wood.spoint, Walhalla, Mafirn, 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 E DY Clearance. ------o:-------0: .We contidently invite the inhabitants of Trnralgon, 'forwell and districts to inspect and compare ovr goods, and we are sure that everybody visiting our shop will be fully satisfied. FEILCHENFELD BROS., DRAPERS, CLOTHIERS &a...
The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1886. O TEMPORA O MORES ! [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886
"MODERiATE, UT PROGRESSiSVIL" (Pullished eve. Tuesday & F idav ml n:ning.) TUESDTAY. JULY I8, 188. O. TEMPORA 0 MORES ! COANGE. it is said. is the law of nature. UTnquestionably the principle of change has operated upon humanity in a thousand difterent ways, and as a consequence each new ,generation of men differs in many material points from any of those preceding it. But in some particulars at least the dis position of mankind of to-day is much the same as that of the select party who lune out of the Ark with Noah ; man has struggled hard'against the vandal hand of progress to retain somse of his originality, and ini nothiig is his success better exemplified than in the fact that he remains a carnivorous animal. Attempts halve not been wanting to convince him that lie should be nothing of the kind; ,but those at tempts have been attended with only a slight wmeastire aofsuccess. -ege tarianism, npa utisin, and all the other isins wlhich staid betwe eon imn and his carnivoro...
CORRESPONDENCE. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. (To the Editor of the Traralgon Record.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 July 1886
CORRESPONDENCE. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. &nbsp; To the Editor of the Traralgon Record). St.--l " mustecnmpliment vou on your leader of the 2nd "'iistailt; it'herin veo Sadvocate the amalgamation of local racing clubs, but I think you might have gone still further and included the Agri cultural societies. We have an instance just now with the Morwell, Narracan and Mirboo Agricultural Society; "The Mor well lpeople, it appears, lave staited the soeiey and, according tonwhat I saw the o"t?el?~ l' lti .the Morwell "Gazette,,"they have homglit ten acres of land at L15 "per acre, which.means Ii150. The next thing. to be dine is the fencing, which to do properly will cost L20i ; theniyards, pens, sheds etc., must be built, costing at .lest another I.0 O; thus it will cost L520 for Morwell to have one show. As Narracan &nbsp; and Mirboo must have shows on alternate years, Morwell will only have a show every three 3enm ; this then is a large outlay for so small a return. But t...
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 July 1886
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. . -4---- PAYMENTS. TnaRAe.GO1-II. Hampton, B. Langford, D. Russell, C. 'Woodhouse,' C Murray. J. Wright, F. Neale, W. Duncan, J. lRening= ham. ' I ROED.?LE.-W. H. Spencer, T. Feely. R. Pintd, W Ashton. 3IOtWELL.-I. hllsthorpe. J.tI. Attwod, A. Davey. G. . Mimne. W. Tulloch, Appleton and Martin, C. P. Find. E. J. Rox. GRANTS. T. Copeland, G. Firmin (3), W. Gould, F. Hadley, Rev. P.Ic Mercer and otherl , J. A. Nadenbhomcho (2),,Thos Necdham(4), HE Scarlett (2), \V. Scarlett.. J. Mansichld. It. 3L Dcrham, F. W. hipileson, J. Campbell. J. Blrooks, Bermingham. and'nnother. C. Stmmer. LEASES. D. C. Archibald, G. Dare, P. Gorman. J. GOalc,. W. Hardy, J. W. Heesom, Walte., 3larstin, L. 3latstin; W. Moore. 1R. Riggall, E L. Simmons, J. Shiclls, P. Whelan (3) J. Shiells, G. Whalley, sentr.. J. Ho'aid H. Kjerganid, T. Shannhan, W. Smith, P. Whelan, P. V.Dobren. J. S. Gorman
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 July 1886
LA.TEST INTELLIGENCE. [By Wire.-From our Corlrespondent.] Melbourne, Thursday evening. The Australian cricketers won their match against the Yorkshire County Eleven. In their second innings the Englishmlen made 2-.I runs, the last th iec Wickets only resulting in the addi tion of 17 run-s: This left the Australians 133 rins to make to win and they suc cd.led in doing so for the loss of four wickets. SProbate wa:s ge.nted to the will of Sir Peter Scratchly, who died at sea on Do ceumber , 183I5.- L:ly 'Scratchly, his widow, amnd Phillip Arthur Snciatcihly his nephewv, are excentrix alnd executor. The value of plio.rty left by deco.:ed was sworii at L4479 in Eiihluid, and at L1i,000 here. . The Miurrm is nol 2aft- 10in; above suinaer leid,' and is rising fast.