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COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 July 1886
COMflERCIAL. TRARALGOS MARKETS. Messrs. A. M'LBin and Co. report: We yarded 300 head of cattle, no material alteration in prices, fit bullocks light to medium, LG lOs, L7, L7 10s, LS to LI8 5s: cows, LB, L5 lOs, L5 lls ; nice condit e . d lhllocks, young, L4 19s, L5 10s, L5 15s, to LG Os,; store cows, L3, LI 15s, to LI 17s Gd ; steers and heifers, L, LO 10.; L2 15s, to L3 9s, We have :sold privat v Kelly's Commercial Hotel at a v r. satisfactory figure. •Marriage, Orr and Co. report :-Our monthly sale which was to have been held at Mirboo on Wednesday had to be post poined on account of the weather; four days constant rain has made the roads inlassablelo for stock. We sell for Mr. CGuenther to-day; also Mr. O'Flaherty's farm Callignee.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 July 1886
At Wednesday's Council meeting some discussion took place as to the desirability of having a town clock placed in the local public buildings now in course of erection. It was statel that it was not the intention of the Government to erect a tower to the buildings at present, and that without a tower in which the clock could be placed the clock would be of little use. It was, however, resolved, on. the motion of Cr Camijbellthat the President,"who was going to Miclbourneyesterday would inter view the ,linister of Public Works, and urge that a tower and-clock be added to the buildiungs. Buildings of equal impor tauce with our public offices should he provided witli a good clock, and we hope the President will succeed in inducing the Government to supply this want. Another matter in connection with these offices might also be piinted out, viz: the need for asphalting or paving the foot paths at the locality.
MINING NEWS. Walhalla, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 July 1886
MINING "NEWa. Walhnalka .Thnnday. The Long Tunnel Extended Gokld -in ing Coy. The shaft men have sunk lift., ttal 0Oft. from flat. They are now timbering. The sinking is very hard just now. _No. 9 North lIvcl is extended a f',rther distance of 7ft., total 23:ft. The reef is looking well, n:d measures Gft. thick, carrying good gohLd The stopes at this level are al1o looking well. No. 8 siopes are yielding fairqulityston?e. The iuterm?ediate level store-s contineo to look well and are prolucinz good stone. No. 2 South level has been driven a distance of ift., total 90ft. from second cr?o?cut, no improveOmcnt in the face. The battery is crushing constantly, the same- as Iost week reported. The monthly washing up takes place on the 16th inst., when a good re turn is expected.
MELBOURNE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 July 1886
M3ELBOURNE MARKlETS. LIVE STOCK. FAT CATTLE.--Alout 1,600 were yarded' the u;majority of which were of medium to good qualityv;only asnall proportion being primne. There was a flull attendance of town and country buyers, :and all best Ipous met with brisk competition at an advance of from 15s to 20s per head on last week's rates, while prices for middling and inferior were firmer, and had an upward tendency. Prime lans of bullocks sold at from £1.4 tf o £16 15s, a few cold beasts to -£17 10s; good do, from £11 10s to £13; second do., from £9 to £10 10s ; inferior, from £5 ; prime pens of cows, from £9 to Lll ; good do., from £7 to £2s middling and inferior, from £4 10.s. Iessrs. Dal. Campbell and Co. sold 20 bullocks for Mr. J. W. Bowman, The Ridge, to £11 Ts lid; 9 bullocks for Mr. T. Stuckey, Loy Yang, to £14 Ts Gd, averaging .£12 ,7s id ; 10 bullocks for :ir. E. J. Crooke, Thie Holey Plain, at .£11 5s; 10 bullocks for Mr. H. Miller, New Grove, to £11 1hs lAl. Mess?s. Richard Gibs...
THE MONTH'S MIND IN MEMORY OF THE LATE ARCHBISHOP GOOLD. CEREMONY AT ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 July 1886
THE MONTH'S MIND IN MEMORY OF THE LATE ARCHBISHOP GOOLD. CEREMONY AT ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL. St Patrick's Cathedral is again draped in mourning, the sombre yellow candles burn dimly on the altar, the pillars of the Sanctuary are hung with bhlack drapery, the pulpit and organ gallery are covered with similar signs of mourning. In the chancel stands a catafalque, surmounted by a large latin cross c irved on the wooded lid of a sarcopha gus. The arms of the late Archbishop hang on the panels of the catafalque, and his crozier stands at the foot. The Church is filled with people, for the most part silently reading their prayer books, mindful of the exhortation of St. Ambrose, who, referring to the death of St. Monica, wrote :-" We have loved her during life, and will not forget her after death, and by our prayers and supplications seek to obtain for her admission into heaven." Presently the solemn strains of ILan del's Funeral March peal from the organ, and the procession of acolytes a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 July 1886
TOWN DIRECTORY. Iln3±.IoG-N-Kinety-peven miles fromn Melbourne, on the main Gippslaud line, at the junction of the Heyfield line. Shire Council.-President, J. Peterkin Esq., Conncillors, Mnesrs G. Firmtin D Campbell, H. Breed, Bodycomh, Kelleher, Forsyth, Mill, and Varney: Shire Feeretary and Engineer, Mr James Campbell: Rate Collettor, Works Inspector, &c., F. M'Kin nell; Treasurer,J. H. tHeed, manager of Bank ofAustralasia; Health off er,DrMontgomery Inspector Nuisances, Constable O'Donoghue; the Council also act as a Local Board of Health, and meet for bu.iness on the second Wednesday in the month at II a.m. Lsw.-Police Magistrate, A. W. Howitt, Esq, who holds courts the fourth Wednes day in every month, the Justices of the Peace presiding on the second Wednesday, at 10a.m. ; tlerk of Court, and also l.lectozal tegistrar, Mr Charles Du Ye ; Justices of the Peace, Messrs J. Peterkin, Dr Morinson tL. Young, W. Whittake s, h. Mcekay. and J. Sykes. Solicitors.-H. B. Serjeant,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 July 1886
Wanted. WTANTEl)D stnro lad-aboun t IS ycar. ! t to work in the brick var.. A1pply IIICRKOX'S Brick and Tile WVurks. S.T .NTE D.-General Scrrant. Apply JUNCTIOx H1OTEL, Flytn's Creek. W -ANTED apprentices to the dress V makintg, apply to J. SANDS, Franklins-street. TTAN'T'ED a boy as apprentice to the S tinsmithng and plumlbing. Apply D. M'CAIlTIIY. Franklin-street, Traralgon. ofr Salo or To 'a?t. FOR SALE, very cheap: 200?bacr PIAR), _withil fonr niles of Traramlgn. well improved, aln about £200 worth of Wattle Bark ndl Itedgum timber on the land. Ap ply ALItERI' WHITNEY. Estate A ielit. Tamralgon. FOR SALE.- FRUIT TREES. SITRUItS, - ke, aularanteed, at .ulbourillrlie prices. 1"'. LUXFOII). Seedsman, Franklin-street. 'Trralgon FOR S.AL'--A light waggonette cheap, ' apply to J. SANDS, Trar?.gon. ]till SALE-I.POS'TS and 1RAILS. (lar .' del 'alinil,'lanl l broad I'alings in hny qualiilty. .FItUIP T1lEE ? in any qtuatity for sale from Cole's Sarsei), at .lMetuurtil prices. Apply to - :...
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 July 1886
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. [Fromi Melbourne Papers.] London, July;13.. , Yorkshire (Skipton Division)u his re turned a Unionist Liberal in place of Sir Matthew Wilson, the late member, who was a supporter of Mr. Gladstone. Dorsetshire (Southern Division) 'rmd Staffordshire (Leeds Division) have each returned Conservative members in place of Liberals. London, July.14. The following is the distribution of parties as shown by the latest re turns : Conservatives ... ... ...296 Unionist Liberals ... ... 70 SupportersofM?rGladstone... 163 Parnellites ... ' ... ... 78 Total :. ... .. .:. 607 Devonshire (Torquay division) and Essex (Walthamstow division) have both retrnl?ld Conservative members. Conservative candidates,. have been elected for the folloiving constituen cies: - Leicestershire. (Loughborough division) Durham (Houghton-Le-Spring division) Huntingdon and Renfrew East.
WILLUNG SOUTH. OPENING OF THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 July 1886
WILLUNG SOUTH. OPENING OF THE'MEOC-LNICS' INSTITUTE. SOn Tuesday.last tlhe new Mechanics' Institute at illuhing South, was opened by holding a concert and Lall. The enterprising residents of that district felt the w-ant of a public building, isnd they set to- work- with commendable energy and built a very nice hall, at a cost of .i250. On Tuesday' evening the concert and-ball proved to be a gr,.Lt attraction, and numbers of per sons came from very coxisiderable dis tanies. Trhmlgon, Rosedile, Toon gabbie, and Flynn's. Creek, were all well represented, and as a consequence of the far and wide publihation of the projected opening a very large number assembled. Mr. Hiam, the president of the Rosedale Shire Council, ocenpied the chair, and after a few well-chosen remarks, called upon Miss Jeffries of Traralgon to open the concert with an overture. :Miss.Jeflries, not expecting tobe called upon for a piece, was *un provided' with music, but having a. choice selection of airs :which she c...
MRS. ALLONBY. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 July 1886
MiRS. ALLONBY. ---4(--- CHAPTER II. Months slipped :away swiftly and plesac:etly. 'hc relations betwCeeni the girls whom: I was instructing and )ny self were very'diliarent to those'wrhich usually exist betweetn teacher' pund pupils. ' They took a lively inrterest in my past, Imy. present, and my future. They were sympathetic on the subject of my father's stately goodness, which kept the parish in awe, and my step mother's long silken hair which had (in union with her other charms) brought him into bondage. When tidings came to me fromB/lenlkcrton Rectory that a little soil' H:2 liorn therd, theyvsypila thised with the emotions that made. me throb and'ti-drnll. e, ]:ut though they were thus free of all that made up the measure of miy life, I knew nothing of thenilc blejyodtli't w:iclhisi I saw and what I had heard the lirst inight of my arrvalSc , " At length a change camse. For sonse little time I had noticed that various reformis wee being siiade in the house hold. Small econlopie...
SALE OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 July 1886
SALE OF CROW-N- LANDS. A uale (No. 6387) of Crown Lalnds rin fee-sitmple, wis held in the Contri-ho1tte, Trarnlgot yesterday, when the following, lots were offered by auction byv Messrs Harris and Son, u:ctioeeirs, ootseray: .. TOWN LOTS. T'raralgon. par-h ,f "rbralgon. parish of BtIln Bultn. At the site of the improvemenits of Michael Shauiahan. UIlpst price £10 pl?er lot. Chargofors:trvcy £1. Lot 1, area :17p, nallrmqlnt 1,, sectio, 15i. : Valuatiot £50. -!.' h.a ta " ::. upsst.' At the site of tile improvelettts of.Tohnll Slirth. Upset price £10 per lot Charge ftosarvey I 1 S Id. Lot , area la, allot iecnt 17, section hi. Valuation £150.-Juhll nith, UnSet." At the site of the improvements of Wil liam E!ston. Uiet price £Lt per hIt. Charge for survey £1 :3i. Lot 3 areao lit, allotment 821'. Valution . £300. - W\illiam Elston. upset-::.. : . Attthlsite of the improvements of Ldward DI).ids, i. Up-et price, £10 per lot. Coageo fidirs sey I'l ts.: Lo t 4,!are I r S1ip, allot. lrenht ...
DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 July 1886
DAIRY PRODUCE. 3MCaw, M'ilwrick, and Co. report.-We held our usual sale to-day and report as follows- Cheese--There was a full supply for ward and the sales were firm at full late ratbs. prices ranging from 7I'l to t)l per Ib for prime. and from rid to 7d for medlium to gool. Inferior, from 4d per lb. upwards. Plutter (pottd)--Tlhe quantity coming to hand is stid large. and exe.clpt for prime new sales are hard to effect. Prime new is steady at about last quotation, ranging from Is Id to Is lid per lb. Prime Spring potted I0d to Is Idt pr lb with moderate dems ndt, a few lilnes of extra prime realised Is 3d per lb. Lower sorts are very dull of sale. Fresh Itutter-There was agol supply to hand. The n arket was hardly as firm as last week. Prime half pounds ramned fronm Is 6id to 14 9d per pound, a few extra prime dairies ranged higher, reaching up to 2s per lb. Prims pounds and lumps, is 2d to Is 7d per lh: Inferior 7d upwards - Eggs (regular supply) Is 7d to 1.i Sd per dozen. Carcas...
TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, 14th July. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 July 1886
TRARALGON 'SHIRE COUNCIL.." clWednesday, 14th lJub;-, Present: Crs. Peterki? (president), Campbell, Firmin, Varney,.: Kelleher, Breed, Forsyth, and liodycoinih. CORRI:ESPONIDENCIE. From the Alberton Shire Conucil, " re" Trarilgon and Allhetou shires to ass, iiynid liu' l ld i 9pciig up tlhe suri"eved r ositdfieo rn Foster and M irlbs , Soih to Stoney CrSe'k,~Tish Cielk, nllud Tarwinl River, the coulncils to spend f200 additional, the9 secretary was instructd to write to Tt ulgon Shire Council and ask if they intend taking aly steps with regard to ex pending the grant of £100 voted last year for the track ' ia' Mjirhoo towards Leongathi.-t . i -Ci r C k, -- ii, --ibIijuiIs- tiol with £100 voted t t this slirei--or if they intelnded to ask to havec the ;uunount . r ,voted, on thel. current: esii Frnm: Is:ac Woods, l1:'.elwood, calling the council's attcltiQnl to the had state of the ro:d leading fronl his place to the three chain ro:ul, and Otating that the rioato his ilites is no bet...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 July 1886
A.uctiozs. MARRIAGE, ORR, & CO., AUCTIONEERS, '!OCK AND I,.\ND AGENTS, JOLD SA I.E. OF LIVIE STOCK f i- n t^hir yanrde at TIr rAT.LCON " FoT17 ITITLt Y IOIRWELL'ET. TOONG.ABI:IE TILFAL;.11t I M.I-NTTIL" NAlII'AC.AN r 'r our M3I ItUO Adic: d .s^ant CLEARING O1 'iand. atier, SALEi?pr pcrly put through. AGEI0S ' FOI National of :New Zlc'land Fir. In?u?ance Co Colonial Muntual Fire'and Life Insurmcee C.. New York Life In-nmnce. Co. ?.ev Zaland Screantile .Agncy Co. LOANS negotiated, and VALUA.\TIONS HEAD OFFICE---TRAitALG N. TO DAY. TO DAY. CLEARING OUT SA.LE. CALLIGNEE. FRJDAY, JULY 16. 'WAARRTAGE. o01:, & CO.. are favnorl itJ with instructions from C. iG. (:setn ther, Esq.:f(wiose lcase, has expired), to s.ll, as abore, at his homnetead, Callignec. nil his weill bred herd of Dairy andt other ('atth, Iorses, Pigs, Imllem::nts, Furniture, etc.. viz : CATTLE 40 head Picked Dairy Co.s, in fall profit 11t i,,adl Steers and Trcifir.. I to 4 yt o1,-, progeny of eb.vre I bay M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 July 1886
Important Announcement. (Carrying on business at WALHALLA 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 WINTER SEASON in the new shop in FRANKLINT STREET, TRARALGON. (NEXT TO THE COLONIAL BANK.) The Firm being so well known throughout Gippsland from their long and s?-cersful wa-er in Matlock, VWoodspoint, Walhalla, 3Iafinm, 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 GENER.AL DRAPERY, CLOTHING, ETC. At such LOW PRICES as will guarantee a-S PEED Y Clearance. ------:0----- We confidently invite the inhabitants of Trnralgon, Morwell and districts to inspect uand compare ovr goods, and we are sure that everybody visiting c r shop will be fully sazisled. FEILCHENFELD BROS., DRAPERS,: CLOTHIERSI &c. NEXT TO COLONIAL BANK, TRRALGON. MITCHELL'S TRARALGON ...
The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1886. THE MIRBOO AND BOOLARA TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 July 1886
".'1ODElHAE. iBur PROGri:ssIvs." (Publiish1i rer% Taidi3y" & bda morning.) * PrDUDA JULY "lf 1r~6. IL TflE MIhuiOih A jD OOLitR TRAMWAY. IF anythiingis tolbe'~ined by a vitaid: rous and plersistent,puruitt, of ,any object, then doubtless the residents of 31irboo and Boolara will obtain the tramway of which they are 'so uiichl iii need. A deputation from the ,Tram way League;waited;nn the Shire Coun cillorsf on, Welliesday, to uri"e tlhat tenders be called at once for the work of ,: Vs i,_u; tllieq projpscd 'route;' )in' order thh'l tiil'remier can be satsfied as to the approximnate cost of construc tion ; and it was urged that the Coun, cil shouldl'lid'at thli' el epsei' of tihe survey. Mres?lv PrlNn, Scorr, 'Triid Donn, .lnetlllrs of the. deputatiin, spoke d?ils im tlhe cause tihey ndvo.?tged, and p6inted out that the bcost of sui. vey was really a:p:pit of the cost: of constructiori if the lino were laid dowvin, This did not appear to strike some of the councillors as bein...
VIRGINIA MODE OF CURING HAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 July 1886
VIRGINIA MODE OF CURING HAMS. 0: o0:-: Virginia country cured hams, and notably the Smithfield and East Virginia hams, are cured in the follow ing way, admitting some variations of course, according to the fancy or taste of the individual :-The hogs are left on the sh&ffold till 'the animal heat is well out of the carcase and it has be come a: little stiff from cold, in 'order that it may cut smoother and better than it does when limp. Usually the pork is not cut till the next morning after it is killed, but if the weather is very cold and it is feared it will freeze before morning, it is cut and salted the same day. On heing cut the meat is immediately salted by hands who are ready, ind packed 'doan in bulk, fleshy side up, on the floor of a platform: made for the purpose of holding the' meat. On packing it down each piece is so laid thatall the blood that oozes out of the ghat will flow away from it, and not rei ain in contact with the flesh to taint 't.' This is one of th...
ATTACHING A BEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 July 1886
ATTACHING A BEAR. ,'It. is a fact thit.itinerant circus companies pay very poorly, and tlhit the man who does not get his money from them in advance is not very likely to get it ,it all. "Colonel Bangs, -f the "Terrabin Argus," has suffered a good deal from these concerns, and whehi "The Great European Circus and Metropolitan Caravan," tried to slip off the other day without settling its advertising bill,l he called upon the sheriff and got him to attach the Rocky Mountain Bear for the debt. The bear was brought in its cage and placed in the composing. room, where' it con sumed 15 dollars worth of meat in two days (the colonel's bill was only 12 dollars) and scratcheid one trouser leg off the reporter, who was standing in front of the cage giving the foreman a lecture in zoology. ; On the third day lthe bottom fell out of the cage, and as the bear seemed to want to roanm around and inquire into things, the whole force of compositors at once felt as if they ought to go suddenly 'down...
THE ENGLISH ELECTIONS. London, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 July 1886
TEE ENGLISH ELECTIONS. . London, -July 17.: The neral elections for thile new= Roase of Conunens have now been Completed, and have i-esulted as fol" Members. Conservatives 316. Enionist Liberals.. 78 Sapporters of .Er Gladstone 191 Parnellites ... 85 " 67 .r Dolnahl Mafarhne (Lberal) has teen d eted foti gllshire. The HIon Evelyn Ashley, who failed to reire his election in INovemberlast ?asan been defeated. Itition has been lodged against the rtarn of T illiarU 3'Arthur. (Lib enl) who ow?s'elec:edfor the Buckrose ."il 0 of the Eat Ridihng of York shire m ya nmjority of one vote.