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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 July 1886
L.ATESTI INTELLIGENOE [By Wire.-From. our G7rrespoudent. Melbourn? , Monday erening. A respectively dressed mau of stout build and middle age, named Jaml Wilson, was charged this Imoning with, stealing a diamond brooch valued. at £hi50.from,. the Monte de. Piete Coy. He- was remanded. tothe? 27tluhts., ?ailh being. flxedl at £100: Ahuge shark arrived'in. Melbourne. this morning by the steamer Alert;:it was caught in Corio Bay, and nintsuns. 18ft. 4in. in length. A. Militia man named O'Connmer, was charged at the- Hotham Chun withbshooting with'intent to murdir a grocer named Anmdrew M Len.u After hearing the evidence, the Bench msm. tmitted the accused for trial.
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 July 1886
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE, TRARALGVON. PATMENTS.. TltnAuALGOS.-H. Hamnpton. It. bn1ni;. D. 1hruohl, C. Murray. F. Ne.alJ; Ikrmint ham, Sykes. IHarkin, Tnamion Shtire onun cii, nVmnnhhrn,,ae.. Mone Mocitanic.. hn.thtute. C. H..Wihhiams,.W'. It. Gohnonin. ROSEDDLE.-.-W. 11. Itp eller T.. Feely,. R. 1'iem, W Ashton; JlovnwVE·LL.-I ..Hansthorp. J!I1 h ndined,. A. Davey. G. Milne. W. Ttilhhnh, nPlhlton and Martin, C. I': Nind. iE. Jt I. G IRANTS. T. Copeand.G. Firtiin (1). W. Goid, F. handler. Rnv. P. Mnircner and othr.. J,.~ A. tulck.hnjuscnh (2), Thea Ne.hlnn(l). E Scnrhctt (2), W. Sonrletl. Ji 3lhneifi"d, 1:.. J. hlnmokn, rcrnighlainm andl another. C.. Sttmnirnr. I!TitE.CS. D: C. Arctt~n3'jtd. Gi. hare.. I':, omm,. J.. lienhe. W. Hnrdy, J.. W. liht'm. Walter MIartin. L.. 3lhr,.ir.. W. Mo*re. II. hh'.nll H I. Simnron., .1. shhihho. P. WhIelan (31), J. Chiello. G. Whalley, senr.. Ji hInHani. Iil. Kjcrgnr.h. T. Shlanahin,. W. smith h1. \I'helan,.ll. \-Dohrcn:..l. S. Golrman
TEMPERANCE ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 July 1886
TEMPERANCE ITEMS.i -M r.Joseph MIalims has beenelecked for the seventeenth year to the chair of ( Graid Worthy Chief of the English Good Templars. At the Grald Lodge meeting in Newport, held last manth, a debate of great interest to6k place on a motionri to rescind the bye law which prohibits all lodges from perfornming pieces in character dress. This was warmly oppbsed;, mnainly on the ground thait such iierformances would lower the moral and Christian character of the Order. After ari animated debitte the. proposal was negatived by nearly a unanimous vote, as was a further proposal to allow haracter dress in performing pieces of 1 emperance character. -The " Morning Star Legion" is a new American*organisation to promote Temperance acid purity. -'?tThree Acres afld a Cow."--A new temperance song published in London contains the following verses: " A single quart o' beer a day, Would make zo much a-year, An' that in twenty years or less A hundred pound would clear; Then com-poundl i...
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 July 1886
ODDS AND ENDS. A singular case of lead poisoning. attended with fatal results, hl taken: place at Lillydale; Dr. Hleiderson, is. health otticer at Lillydale, has relerttd to the authorities that 3?rls Bond,.whoi resided alt Wandin. Yallsek, has died from an attack of apoplexy, whioh wa?i primarily induced by leaul poisoing. Similar symnptoms hi:ve been exlibiited by the husband of Mrs Blnd,.:nal n maun in. his employ, Mrs I:ndl llxinmg been taken to the Me?lbourne llispital and treated for Iaul poisoning. On. investigating the ?asa, Dr Hleaders? discovered that Mrs Bonid had lees making bread, in a metalware l tkin" tin inmprovised for thel purpose by M1r Bond. It is thought that the lead got into the breald, and' was thusmaten, causing, the symptoms dinseriled; The use of' metal Iaking tile for cooking.. particularlhy when. ncidi; such as vine gar and pickles are used,, is said to ie attended with great danger. The latest victory in the- long drawn match between the gun and' the ar...
PAYMENT OF MEMBERS IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 July 1886
pAYFENT OF MEMIBERS INDIFFERENT COUNTRIES Tn',elgium, each mnember of the Chamber of Representatives receives 200 florins, or £16 15s per month ; or for the session of eight months, In Denwark, the members of the Lu~dsthing,; and the Folkething are paid the same salary, 15s per day. The average number of working days in ase-sion is 145 ; the total amount for thde ime is £113 15s. • In Portugal Peers asnd Deputies re ceive an anual stipend of £67. In France, senators and deputies eachl get 19,000 francs, or -£356 per year;- the colonial representatives get Sing in addition, their travelling ex penses. In Sweden, the members of the Diet receive 1200 rix-dollars, equal to £66 1-l4s for a session of four months, and their travelling expenses. Here mem lN.rs are fiued.10'rix-dollars, or I Is a day, if they do not attend. In Switserland, • members of the .National Council receive 10s per day, whiclh is Iaid out of the Federal Treas urey.. enmbers of the State Council a:re paid by the cant...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 July 1886
TOWN DIRECTORY. Tahrau~oro-Ninety-seven miles from Melbourne, on the main Gippeland line, at the junction of the HeySeld line. Shire ConneL--President, J. Peterkin Esq., Conneillors, Messrs G. Firmin. P Campbell, H. Breed, Bodycomb, Kelleher, Forsyth, Mill, and Varney; Shire Secretary and Engineer, Mr James Campbell: Rate Collector, Works Inspector, &e., F. M'Kin. aell; Treasurer.J.H. Reed, mroanager of Bank ofAustralsaa; Health ofir er.Dr Montgomery InspectorN?sances,Constable O'Donoghnr; the Council also act as a Local Board of Health, and meet for baniness on thesecond Wednesday in the month at 11 am. Law.-Police Magistrate, A. W. Howitt, Eq , who holds courts the fourth Wednes day in every month, the Justices of the Peace presiding on the second Wednesday,at 10a.m.; Llerk of Court,. and also tlectoral Registrar, Mr Charles D Vo ; Justices of the Peace, Messrs J. Peterkin, Dr Morrison R. Young, W. Whittaker s, It. Mackay, and 3. Sykes. Solicitors.--H. B. Serjeant, eville'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 July 1886
Wanted. T"ANTED a stron nlad about 18i; vets -V " to work in'the brick yarl. App 3 IIICKOX'S Brick and Tile Works. W, ANTED. Genieral Servant. Apply JUNCTION IHOTEL, Flynn s Creek -ANTED apprentices to the dress making,-apply to J. SAN DS, Franklin-street. i W ANTID ri- boy asapprentice to tlic tinsmithmng and plumbing. :Apply : D. 1'CARTHY, ., , , Franlklin.street. Traralgpn. For Sale or To Lot. FOR SALE, vcry cheap. 200 acre FARM, within four miles of Traralgon. well improvedlanmd about £200 worth, of Wattle Bark and ledtgum timber on the land. Alij ply ALBERt WIITNEY. Estate Aent, Trnilgon. FjOR'SALE.- FRUIT TREES, SHRUBS, &c, guaranteed, at Melbourne prices. ;:. : 1 7, W;LUXFORD lt Seediman, Franklin-street, Traralton FOR SALK.-A light waggonette cheal apply to J. SANDS, Tmrargon. S0?'SAiE!' P ()STS'tand'' RilLS;" 'Gari . den Palings and broad Palings in anyt quantity..:;FRUIT 1REES. in any quantity for sale from Cole's Nursery, at Melbourne prices. Apply to C. STEADMIAN...
SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 July 1886
A Hotel is talked of in Florida, on the St Sebystiani River, which, with its grounds, will cost £2,000,000. The damage doneby the recent storm anid cyclones il Ohio is estimated at from 2,000,000 dollars to 3,000,000 dollars. The Comoro Isles, in the Mozambiqud Channelwith lpopulatioi ofabout100,000 neg?oes and Arabs, have been formally ceded to-France. . The-Kirkton estate, in Linlithgowshire, which was purehased in 1870 for £19,000. changed hinds a few weers hence atEdin burgh; for £6,100.: A Boy, not yet 17 years of age, in Pope county, -Minn.; has invented-" a-combined bay rake and cocker," for which he has refused izi offei of-15,000 dolliars.? i The landed property of England covers 72,000,000 .acres. It ,is .. worth 10,000,000,000 dollars, and yielding aon an unal, rent, indepindent of the mines, of 330,000,000 dollars. - There are over 100,000 head of cattle on the trail from Texas to Colorado. So severe has been the drought that vast herds can be heard tramping the dry grou...
MRS. ALLONBY. CHAPTER II.—[CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 July 1886
MIRS. . ATL . ONBY CIAPTL TII-.- CoCILuDEaDn. .We were all very quiet.tlhat evening -very quiet, and rather sad, I think! The old lady, Mrs Aveland;:Wis! stiffly courteous to her nephew,.and the girls; her. granddaughters," uncoiisciously followed her lead. Intuitively they were averse to him.n. .Perhaps...they disliked him for having \ion from Miss Aelatid, the heiress, what their fathemi had.been powerless to gain; namely- her heart?. At any rate, 4h:atei,-r the cause, the effect 'wat thiat tlie y stood aloof from him, and so he was, thron; cant ie foirconipauions ip. I haveused the r terms-',poor" and "insignificant advislle im this case. Until Ilmnew .W?lter Goulding-I.never thought lowly of myself ;; but I thought lowly of myself, ..my acquirements, ny position-of everything concerning mue, in:short, when .I coimpared, or conl trasted myself -rather, with this the lord of my hieart aid life. r· . , "'It boots'not to delay" in telling of such a story as'mine.: Theie camelam wear...
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 July 1886
R::'OSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, July 19. Present-Crs Hiam (Presilentý Pedersen, Young, Clement, Skeels, Disher, Moore, and O'Meara. CORRESPONDENCE.I?. .From the Rev J. G. Wilson, accept in" with thanks on behalf of the church the councils' offer to provide a street lamp for the clnsrch, on conditions that the church shall attend to the light ing. -Rcceived.1. . From the Rev C Thomas, a siimilar letterl.-IRecei ed. Fromn tle- health officer, stating that the health of the district is favorable with the exception of a few cases of whooping cough at Glengarry. Received. From Charles Du Ye, applying for a refund of £2 :s, money expended by him in nmaking good approaches to his property.--Almunt to be- paic. Front T. Burton, contractor, apply= ing for £2 17s, money for extral work ldone one contract for kerbing etc., at Longford.-Refused. From Messrs Blhlen Bros, contrac totr, offering 60 cubic yards of gravel to the council at the reduced price of 2s 3d per yard.--Ofle accepted. From...
EUROPEAN NEWS. THE POLITICAL CRISIS IN ENGLAND. London, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 July 1886
EUROPEAN NEWS. : [From Melbourne Papers.] TIE POLITICAL CRISIS IN ENGLAND. London, July 17. .MIr.Gladstone, with a view of re sinitig the support of the Unionist Lilerals, lias otfared to modify his Siotle Rule scheme in certain particu lar. The Muarquis of Hartington has, ba-wever, decalned to accept the propo sals of the Prime Minister. Tne defeat of the Gladstone Minis tr,; at the .lectilons caused a gene ral risk in Irish securities; and Irish nak stock is recovering from the heavy fail which followed upon Mr C(hltone's 'declaration in favor of Haiue Rule. LItters hy MrGladstone,which have leen recently published, indicate a tendency en his part to support a conm plete repeal of the union between Great Britain and Irelannd, nd the abolition of the lnuse of Lords. Mr G(oldein Smith, writing on the latest utterances of the Premier, nsks whether the fiune of mind which they show is a fitting one for a statesman wio proposes to deal swith the Irish dbicttl?y. . - '-The Time;' to-day...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 July 1886
Auctions. .MARRIAGE, ORR, & CO., AUCTIONEERS, 'lOOK ANb LAND AGENTS, 1 OLD SALES OF LIVE STOCK in their yards at TRARALGON I FORTNIGHTLY 3MORWELL A TOONGARlIIE i A TI'AFALOGAIt I MoNTutLY NAtRtLCAN Per our MIRRlOOO Adverttisements. CLEARING OUT anll other SAT.ES pnr perls put. tlirs?gli. : AGKN1S- FOR National of NewZcaland. Fire Insurance Co Colonial MutualFirnaud Life Ilnsumace Co. New York Life Insurance. Co. New 7AZehald Mercantile Agency Co. LOANS negotiated, and VALUATIONS made. - HEAD OFFICE-TRARALG.,N. N ARRACAN, WEDNEFSDAY, JULY 21 ARRIAGE. ORR. S CO. will se1l on Sabove date. in their new yarns 1 00 hcal Mixred Cattle lorses. Pigs, and Sundries TRARALOON. MION., ..JULY 26. 3 M'LEAN .&C. CO. will sell at their . Yards, on the above date 12 Fat Cows and Bullocks 40 Cows and Bullocks Go lMixed Cattle TRARALGON, :MON. JULY 26. jJARRI\AGE. OitL. & CO.. will sell for A - various owners 12 Fat Bullocks nld Cows 45 2 to 3 years .oli steers 2:1 young Heifers...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 July 1886
Important Announcement. mr&HLE NfE LB & (Carrying on business at WALIIALLA these 22 years [as DRAPERS CLOTHIERS, &c.) beg to announce that they are now holding a GREAT CASH CLEARING ...S ALE - OF DRAPERY, ,OCLOTHING &e. Snitable for the WINTER SEASON in the new shop in FRANKLIN STREET, TRARALGON. (NEXT. TO THE COLONIAL BANK.) The Firm being'so well known throughout Gippsland from their long and succe.sful career in Matlock, eoodspoint, Walhalla, Mafira, and Bairnsdale, it Is only necssary to say that all Goods are of BEST WORKMAIANSHIP 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 PEED Y Clearance. We confidently invite the inhabitants of Trnralgon, Norwell and districts to inspect and coiinipar ov? goods, and we are sure that everybody visiting oar shop will be fully satisfied. FEILCHENFELD BROS., DRA PE R.S,:C L 0 T H I E RSF &c. . NEXT TO COLONIA...
COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 July 1886
COfMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Messrs Marriage, Orr and Co. report: Oni Friday. l;th inst., we held a cloning sale for C. G. Gunenther, Eq., at Calliguee;' there was. a very good attendance of' buyers, who bid up spiritedly throughout, and we have to report a very surcessful sale. The dairy cattle and young stock sold at good prices, while the furniture which was alnost now, with the imple Ients and thie slndlries went at Iost satisfactory rates, which ran as follows : Milch cows, beat from £25 7;d to ±£8 s l;d, mediums £3 l2s 6kI to £5 5s, n'd a few dry at less money, a nice lpen of 47 steers at £4, and 26 mixed genders at £3 11s, 28 caives tat 35s. ht rn : hacks £7 5s to £13 10s. Pigs: forward stores to £d, sows to 29s; the piano £316, wagonette £27, suite furniture £11. Next sales' Narracan, 21st; Trralgon, G6th. Sale, Saturday, July 10. Messrs. Little and Borthwick report: Fat Cattle.-Prime quality selling very high, inferior about same as last week. Our sales-cows, good ...
The Traralgon Record "MODERATE BUT PROGRESSIVE. (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, JULY 20. 1886. A LOCAL FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 20 July 1886
""IODERl?TE. I ur PROGIRESsIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY. JULY 20. ISS6. A LOCAL FIRE BRIGADE. Tui fire which occurred at lMr BALDKRSOu ' t. uIter youl Fridayevei-ing will serve to remind us of the danger. to which this town is at any time liable." "Occurring' where, it did on Frihtdy evening, the fire could have doiie nothing mlore than destroy one estabhlishment, and though that to the owner would have been aL vety serious loss, it would have been to the townsa mnatter of not nearly so:grave import ance. '-But' we miay ongihtul.te our selves that the incipient tlHane'did' not make its appe:arance in a more popu lous part of the town. Had it been so, the probability. is that today .we would-if this office Ihad belici sparcld have to chronicle one of the saddest occurrences' in the history of Gipps lasnd. We have on previous occasions pointed out the liability to fire .there is here, on accouit of kerosene being the common lighting niaterial, and ...
A CORSICAN TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886
A CORSICAN TRAGEDY. "Details of a terrihle traged~ " reach usafront or?sic.i, theh? traditfinIal nr sery of ed-handed' crimeh .rid black revenge (says'the Paris correspondent of the DAILY News).. A small Italian coasting vessel put into the harbor of Porto Vecchia, on the south-ast coast of the island. After the anchor had been cast two sailors went ashore for wood. It was then scarcely eight o'clock in the morning. Scarcely had the men landed and moored their boat when they wvere accosted by two Cor sicans armed with muskets,. who had, issued from a neighbouring thicket, and who turnedlout to be two brigands. These ruffians ordered one of the sailors to return to his vessel and ask the skipper for a.sum. of.El2 as a ran somi for his companion. Unless the money iwva promptly forthcoming to the last farthing the hostage was to be phot. The sailor went on board and recounted his perilous adventure and its threatened consequences. There .was not, however, a sufficient sum on board the ...
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. [From o rclborne Fapers.] chi London, July 21. it Political offenders will be excluded cal from the operation of the amended ox we tradition treaty, now under considera Sir tion by the Governments of- Great th Britain and the United States, and g. the professed object of. which is to it, include within the scope of the treaty le persons guilty of using dynamite and of otlier explosives. de By the exemption of political offen dr ders the amended treaty will probably ty, be rendered utterly valueless to ng England. ell The DAiLY News staites that his le Royal Highness, the Prince of Vales ill has sent a reply to the memorial of the ny Australiani Agenits-General, whosought le an interview with the Prince in order to to formally invite him to pay a visit to at Australia and open the Adelaide Ju to hile Exhibition, to be held in May r next year. His Royal Highness, it. is y+ stated, in his reply, gran:s the desired e'' interview, but infoams the Agents General that h...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886
COMMERCIAL. Marriage, Orr and Co. report :-- fair suplly forward arid prices about the same as late markets. The attendance was large.. We sold-Fat cows, L5 10s to L41 2s lid; do, bullocks, L( to L8; springers, L5, L5, 10s,, LU ; heifers, L2 5s to L4 15s; steers, L3; L,.3A 4is. Pigs.-Only a few yairded i?ri dull 'of sale. Shecp at 11s. -t concluas on of stock: sales we offered 4 sainll'choiqe frnis, not reachinig reserves were passesl in. We have sold privately an importint frontage in Franklin-street ata sat:ifactory figure. Next sales-- Tmrarlgon anrket, Monday, 220th; monthly horse sale, Thursday, 29th. MEILBOURNE MARKETS.
MINING NOTES. LONG TUNNEL EXTENDED G.M.CO. Walhalla, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886
MINING NOTES. LONG TUNNEL EXTENDED G.3LCo. Walhnlla, Thursday. No. 9 north level, driven 7ft this week, total 240ft. The reef is looking well, and measures 6 feetthick, good stone. No south level, 7ft total 105ft. The face is a mixture of quartz and: slate, but the stone is not defined. The shaft een have sunk Oft, total 3lft from plat,: sinking slightly easier. The mine throughout is continuing to look fairly well. especially No.. , and the interumediato stopes. The bhatery is crushing constantly with 90 heads, and 30 during the day. Shaft ro sullt from platys about same as obtained last month. . SA dandy girl with rosy cheeks.-.-Boston is delighted with an clasticskin girl. She can stretch her cheeks to hold a couple .of pounds of chewing gum and kiss several onng men - at. once..- . Philadelphia