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SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT HEYFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886

SERIOUS.-. ACCIDENT. AT HEYFIELD. Yesterday afternoon a man named AM. Harris met with a serious accident, which, it is feared will prove fatal. It appears he in company with .another man named George Stanton werec arting sleepern to. the new railh'ay line, and both were riding in the dray. The horse shied and collided with ai fence, whereupon Stanton jumped out, and called out to Harris to jump too. Harris however stuck to the reins, and stayed in the d(ny until it and the horse turned over, by which Harris was thrown out on his head. He was picked up insensible at about ten minutes to four o'clock, and conveyed frome Hayfield to Traralgon by the 4 p.m. train "en route" for Sale' in charge of Constable Cox. On his a"rival at the local station he was at ae. ,ean by Dr Mongomery, who entuertains but small hopes of his recovery. He found that the - un fortuntle man "ias slulering frOll concnusion of the brain. :and appeatsed to have suffered a puarlysis of the left side. A severe wound...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886

RECEIPT & PAY OFF ICE rpPAIENTS savIaR . C. ýroH' llawpton B. Lanrfonl. hapRASl y . 1 HI eale,. . Lcrming e.c Ha3rkin. Tre3dgnn Shire Conn W le- Inc Nose Hm, clchanic;' Iljtirlutc C".i . 1* TI. Gendwin. U.I' LE .\1If. Spencer. T. Feeiy. end 3 LL- J :esthorpe J. TI. Attwnel. 1S ~ Jiilne W. ~Tunib h. Anppton Wa Yin C. P. Nind.E.J. it,. H1jc.i, r.1 ' * ei I if- ' IT.r. . r inr :).R. Gu ni F hie .1* W I- ,:::. ^. r. i 11o:,e t. trlpar. . TG"il harl r. mi);P G~Ii P ? t:e. JDire P. (ormnn J.1 "l~uyII~~ . I'- nj Vi~m Walter. 1 b~.. Simn' i!n, Pt ViT\ hlcln (5). Hb~n . G. T alr Fwenhnr "I. rnotI' P* ecepill Deheen..1 S., Gormnin T. Sum anlleu U chitrlte. E3. M 3iuer, .1. Sync ( L=) (-1. C. T. Di3Idforn (1), J. Pryde

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [By Wire.--From our Correspondent.] Melbourne, Thar?lay evening. We learn that the Australian cricketers have received a most decisive heating at the hands of the All England eleven, who won the return match by an iunings and 0I runs. An inquest was held to-day on the body of Henry Richards, a cabmann who died in the hospital. Deceased had contracted septicamnia or blood poison, but lhad died from shock to the system, caused by a severe fracture of the leg. The coroner and jury both condemned the hospital, and a rider was added to the verdict that "the jury are of opinion that no time should be lost in building a new hospital on a suitable site." The Orient Mail Steamer Austral arrived in the bay this morning with English mails and dates to the 18th of June. The Sydney " Morning Hoerald" re ,ferring to the Victorian Budget asserts that at the present day, Australian Premiers am seldom able to present such a satisfactory statement

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886

:': . Wanted. T?TANTED.-General Servnnt. ' Apply V JUNCTION HOTEL, Flynn's Creek. W ANTED apprentices to tho dress. V making, apply to : . J; SANDS,; Franklin.strmot. W ANTED.- An IntelligentL 1 to learn tho Printing. i Apply at once RecordtOffwe., TWANTED a servant girl for country, ' . ithin 3. miles of, Trnralon. treated wrnoh 6f the family. IPrtienlais from RO t V.: MI L. .Club Hotel. A iT r IE TDRRALGN ' BRICK AND . TILE' WORKS The best riret"s irn Gjpps?'and are obtainable at the following prices, trucked at Trarmlgon Railway Station : Under 50,000 ... ... 4153 per 1000 From 53 to 100,000 ... 44s ,, Over 100,000 ... ... 43s , ,, At.the Kiln ... .. 40s . S F. G.: KIICKOX, Pro::p " : P rietor. For Sale or To Sot. "1OR SALE,. very cheap. 200?nere FAR3M. 1.' within four miles orf Trarnigon. wrll 0 improved.andaloatt £200 worth of Wattle SIBark and Redgam timlber on the Iand. Ap ply ALBERt W IIITNESY. Estate Agent. Troralgon. FOR SALE.- FRUIT TREES, 'llRUlIS, i &c, guarante...

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LIVE STOCK. Wednesday, 21st July. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886

LIVE STOCK. 1ý:ednesday, 21st July. Fat Cattle --About 1700 head were yarded for the week's supply, the bulk of which were of second and inferior quality, very few prime lots having been yarded. There was a full attendance of buyers, and cnmrpetiton was brisk throughout, the prices realised showing a al advance of l10 per head on last week's improved rites. Prime pens of bullocks sold at. from £14 to £15 Is; good do., from £tl 10 to £13 10s; second do., from £9 to £10 10s; middling and inferior, from £5 10s. 'No prime oaws were yarded. Best in so:d at from £7 to £8; others, from .£4f 10s. Messrs Dal. Campbell and Co. sold-3t bullocks for Hon. W. Pearson, Kilmany patrk, to £14 5s; averaging £12 is 4d ; 10 bullocks for Mr P. Clement, Prospect, to £ll 123 6d; 11 bullocks for Mr W. Cle ment, Crieff-parkl; 10 bullocks for Mr A. P. Bowman, Cairnbrook, at £11 2s Gd; 10 bullocks for Mr E. J. Crooke, the Holey; Plain, averaging £11 135 2d; 10 bullocks for Mr J. W. Bowman, The Ridge, at £10 I...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886

GOVERNMiENT GAZETTE. - 4-----.-. · Application for mining lease itp proved.-W. P. Gilseimin Hope and Idahoe( G. M. Co., Walhalla. Applications for licensesapproved.-T J. D. Thompson, Ioe ; Isabella Taylor Drouin West; B. Tinnns, Glenmaggie; G. E. Heeps,'Yinnar; . M Houghton; iBudgeree.; J. Pentland,- Trarnlgoni; G. IInll, Budgeree; T. M. Thomas, Aiblei ton E?st; E. Cowell, Devon; W. Booker, Devon ; J. Matches, Boodyarn; Grazing areas available.-Lot 267 Cobungra, 450a ; lot 97, Tongio-.Mlujio east, 7 i i; lot 24, 550a; lot 60 Keernc 1000a; lot 84, Darnum, 7G0a lot A, Drouin West, 165a; lot 48, Neerim, 850a; lot 32, No6jed east, 780a; lot 104, Longwarry, 360 lot 33 Noojee, 760; lot 108, Dumbalk,. 430a; lot 69, Welshpdbl, 470a; lots 28, and 32, Seiacomde, G60acres each ; lot 52, Jeermling, 70,a; 53, Bingiuwarri, 950a lotpart 51, Callignee, 250a; lot 30, section V?I. Darriman, 627a; lot 57; Gillrd, 480a ; lot 52A,,Budgeree, 250a, lot 65, Tong Bong, 700a; lot 78, Stradbroke, 850a; lot TO...

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TRARALGON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886

TRARALGON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. --o A concert was given in the above named hall on Wednesday eveuing, and was a thorough success in every respect. ' he object of the concert was to assist in raising funds for the im provenment of the present building, or for its demolition a?nd the erection of another and better building in its place, as may be presently decided upon, and it is very gratifying to those who took part in the concert to know that the object in view is taken up warmly by most of the local residents. Mr ,Milligan, the conductor, in con junction with bMiss Gillan, the pianist, are to be highly complimented on the successful issue to which they brought the concert on Wednesday evening. There were about 250 persons present, who, judging by the frequent applause accorded and the keen attention given to the singers, were well satisfied with the songs and the style in which they wero given. The concert was opened by the instrumental duet " .larche aux Flembeaux," piano (Miss H...

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ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886

, ROSEDALE SHIRE 0e COUNCIL. "11 g Thie following is the balance of the IC report of M lnnday's sitting, held over from our last: , ENGIN1E'RS REPORT. The cngineer reported as follows: Coutracts on hand, Denison Riding.---To l \lndi0erson, 7 86, re-construction of 1- FullhamI1 crossing. As instructed by roses Slutiton at your lati meeting, I have had re this crossing e.xteriled to its original st width. The cendemned logging has been ldis ,crded, and rawri timber substituted The guide posts have been re-arranged, so t that the.re is n? equal lnumber oe each side of the crossing. The work was very [i nearly cnmpleted when [ inspected it on 10 Friday last, and the whole preselnted a g neatl and substantinlappearance, reflecting credit upon thecontmrcor.-Bladii lrras., 57 j 85, road to Pearson's.. A final insnMe tioe of this work was m.ndle by the engineer 0on Friday last The gravel wvas found to hold fiull quanltity, andtthe whole work to s be executed in a thoroughly satisfhlctor ), ...

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FOOTBALL. TRARALGON V WALHALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886

FOOTBALL. TR.\.ULOOA V VAL IL (By our Special Reporter.) The second match of the si tween tihe above clul, wa-s I' hl Walhalla on Satunlarv ast?. l at arrangements for the contre o al the lotal team to Wallhals nle "f by Mr Robert Mill, the rpropritor l the line of catches which run dair. between these two places, two achs being provided for the ncCasio, had been definitely deciidvl to It TraralgeUn at seven o'clock ot &iturdav morning, but unpunctuality os the part of some delayed the start by full an hour. 1What, however, was much more disappointing was, teat up till o'clock only 14 of the team nelected to play had turned up, and as the leIh of the journey would not penuit of the start Ibitg any longy r dtledav. ' hlad to proceed without the .lee",,nti1 whose places it was, not possible to fill at that hour of the mnorning. Ilehind the capital teauts provided by Mr Mlill, and tooled by such connivial spirits a Messrs Clues aidul Isbry, we , arrived at host. Fuge's, where w...

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CALLIGNEE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886

SALLTGNEE. [Fmlro our own Correspondent.] At the meeting of the Callignee Trnimwa League, held in the .public hall on Saturdav, the I7th inst., there was a fair attendance of miembers. The .ecretary reported that the sub scriptions to date towardcs idefraying cost of survey amounted to £2d. This had been collected for the purpose of defraying the host of a flying survey of the propssed route, but from infortnm tinn reaceived nothi:gless than a per sta.-cnt survey will be of any benefit. It ? las thle'o re decided to make up the :unounll t., £,i?, the amount the shire council rcquire the district to contribute towards cst of surver to ensure that thi work will he procedted with at oner. A cordlial vote of thanks was acorded to Mir John Wills and other residleuts f Bulga for their hearty co-, pernit ii. I must e-tmtplinment our friends of 31irlhno o; the encry they th have dis placed in forw:ardi.ng tle cause of tnuntways. Tihe snub they got from the Iitai er of IRailways woull have b...

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MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886

E MELBOURNE. [From our own correspondent.] he Thursday. r r Gillies declared his budget speech on Tuesday afternoon, and though it. is generally admitted that he handlced it.in a wa-y so difierent from what we ,have been accustomed to hear, Sir of GraQham Berry or Mr Service deal with u- it, it was neverthlrless interesting. dl Though there were no flashes of wit, al a.r no fine o;al'ry to relieve the ,n tedium of recurrenit figu!es, the fact of d. the figures all cominng out trumps, made ' up for any loss tihe other. way. Mr Gh Dillies, with characteristic modesty, n does not clani any credit for efifecting a any of the considerable savings which ig his figures show, though no doubt lie hlie is aware that lie, as Treasurer, will c- le credited with exercising economy when it is generally known that the t savings in the agregate amunt to .£213,000. The figures show that e, there is a credit lblance to carry into the year 1886-7 of £329,199 :u?d -r h Gillies thought that very satisfa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886

TpW1s DIRECTORY. fzsR.rs.coo--Ninety-se?en misle frotm Melbourne, oil the main Gippmlaisl line, at the jutlction of the lievfield line. Shiro CounciL--Preiden. , J. 'eterkin .Esq., Councillors; \Ies.rs t: in'tu n i) Campbell. H. Bretd, Ilodyceunsl Kelleher, Forsvth, Mill, and Varney; Shire becrrbtary *and lngirccr. Mr Jame? Ca'mpbell : hate Collentor, Works Inspector, ac., F. h'Kin aell; Treasurer,J.tl. Hced, manager oE'Bl.uk ofAustralasia; Health oi. er. ODr 3M,rttgorery XnspetoCr Nulsances, Qoiatable O' Donoghu; the Couiil also act as a Local lhoard of hTealth, and meet for bu.ines on therecornd Wednesday in thed month at 1 a.m. SLI`v.-1'olieo Megisutra, A. W. Iowlitr, ,'who hlioldcourts the fourth Wedrc's d in every month, the Justires of the peece prepiding on the second Wetlnsd.ay,at 10a.m. ; Llerk of Court, and als, - rlectoial Registriar, Mr Charles Da o ; Justices .f the Peano, MessrsJ. Peterkin. Dr Morrison 't. Young, W. Whittako , hs. Mackay, and J.'Sykes. SplicitorsH. B. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886

-uct cs.. ?V.1RRIAGE; 0IR, &4. Co0 AUCTIONEERS, lOCK ANLI LA1i.J At.NT-. ti' L D oA ,'F. LlX?'1j STOCI in their yanrs at . " . TlRA1ALG()N' ] YFourknIHTL' ;OOEE.LL • i : . ' TnOONGAli :1IE TRA P.tLI.(Al .31"nmoV } (A !{ ( PIerur S!!!L0D I Advrczti-emento CT.EAP.'I.G OUT antd *th,-r SAL..it pro, crly ppt thmrogh. h Natirolr i ::en Zea'amd.1I inuratnno ' r., t '. vi: t! .tual Fire:l,td Life l nseurmnteC. N.": Y. :.: Life Inrntnn.'Co. e'" Z1n'ir.ad 3Merrc atnile .toncy Co: I(t.\1 S -. ,!in.teil. nawl VALL.\TIO .\ S ma.ic.. . IEAD E ;FFIKE-TIl AIiALG-\. TR4' AA. :ON, MON. JULY G. R rE.? f l,? O , will. 'i l ° "" 12 n T. k. en ca " et f ( :',t c,,' itioln) o 'i : ..wl c ip' 2 ,- i to t10 naicl) Wrkc.:. with S :r'gi.., complct. Also. On accnant of Win. Moore. Esl. I magnitiocnt Pony 1'hitton (he?orodd) TRARALGOX, JMONDAY, JU.LV r.L I lARCTAGE. ORR .r CO. are favored .L with inatr:ctitn from the hen. sec rotary of the Gleninr-r Plnchinrg Match to he held in MIr A. Thristenns, 's pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886

Important Announcement. FEILCOH EN FELDBB60S ,· . i .. . (Carrying on business.at W'VALALLA these 22 years [as' DRAPERS CLOTHIERS, &e.) beg to announce that they are nows holding a GREAT CASH CLEARING .SALE -OF DRAPERY, CLOTHING &d. Snitable for the WINTER SEASON in the new shop in F~'AN?KI.?N STRE ET3 TRARALGON. (N:EXT TO THE COLONIA BANK.) TIe Firm ieaing so well known throughout Q:ippaland front their long and auccessfnl career in Matlock, Woodspoint, Walhalla, Mafira, and Bairnsdale, ýt is only neces?ry to say that all Goods are of BEST WORKMIANSHIP AND QUALITY PROCURABLE, And that we intend to sell the atock of GENERAL DRAPERY, CLOTHING, ETC.: ,At such LOW PRICES as will guarantee a?S-P EED Y : .Clearance. so inspect and compare ovr goods, and we are sure that reverybody visitiig car shop will be fully satisfied. FEILCHENFELD BROS:, DRAPERS, CLOTHIERS' &c. NE]4T TO COLONIAL 3ANK. TRRALGON. MITCHELL' S TRARALGON HOTEL, OPPOSITE TRA$ALGON SHIRE HALL. ifsit...

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The Traralgon Record. "MODERATE, "BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1886. THE BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886

''iO Aiur i'ii ?)crartasiv "**tODF.RA'TE', U" I'r PROGPESSIVE." i (Published everT''uesdly &Fridav morniig.) FRIDAY, JULY 23, ISSG. TIlE BUDGET. Ox Tuesday afternoon Mr. GILLIES delivered the budget speech, and was most attentively listened to tl rough out, although 3Mr. G(ILLIFS placed before his hearers a i ortus siccus "of igures and facts. Very satisfactory evidelnc was given of the increase in our revenues, as compared with Irevious years ; and the fact that in ten years, the annual revenue of the colony hls increased by £2,117,000, must not only be gratifying to the present treasurer, but has doubtless exceeded the expectations of the most sanguine of his predecessors. Against an esti mated expenditure for the year 1876 7 of £4,423,000, we have now an estimated expenditure for the currei?n year of £6,915,000. The increase in the various sources of income bear abundant testimony to the growth of thlipopulhtion of Victoria, and to the greater diffusion of prosperity.. In...

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A SUCCESSFUL WATER BORE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 23 July 1886

A SUCCESSFUL WATER BORE. The Atlas Company of Engineers   corner of Latrobe and Queen-streets   have received from Mr. Richard   Connell, C.E., Wanaaring, New South Wales, who has been working 0ne of their machines, a telegam as follows:   "Splendid supply of pure water with   Tiffin at 593 feet from surface .30 miles west Wanaaring. Samuel Wilson's   station. Water rose 350 feet in bore." The importance of this information, in view of the recent drought in the district above mentioned, cannot be exaggerated,

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CORRESPONDENCE. LOCAL INDUSTRIES. (To the Editor of the Traralgon Record). [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 July 1886

CORRESPONDENCE. LOCAL INDUSTRIES. (To the Kditor of the Traralgno RecordJ. Stn,-In your issue of the 20th, you call the attention of the residents of Trralgonl to the necessity of embarking in trades of various kinds, in order to secure the progress of the town, and your suggestion if carried into effect would be found to I~e the right thing in the right place. The .town cannot go ahead at the rate it does at prsent fr any great length of time without manuf;ictories, and the farming community being brought into communi cation with it. Traralgon occupies an excellent position for a manuticturing town, the distance to ilelbourne is bolut the same as from Melbourne to Ballamt, the greatest manufacturing town in the colony. Traralgon would have a decided advantage in having coal near at hand, whereas all coal used in Ballarat has to come from Newcastle and be carried by rail nearly 100 miles. Therefore, any factory using coal from the. Bonlara mine aid working in Tnuarlgon would have a ...

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MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 July 1886

MUTUAL IMPROVEEENT SOCIETY. SA, meeting was held in the Mechanics' Institute to consider the ad'inability of forming a local Mutual Tmprovement Society. There was a moderate attendance, and for a while the matter was discussed in a desultory style.: Subsequently the Rev. J. G. ?Wilssin was voted to the chair, and then several gentlemen spoke of tihe advantage and pleasure there was to le derived from an association in which the various members would meet periodically and give an inter change 6f ideas. The following motions were carried, moved by Mr. West and seconded by Mr. Nelson,, that a literary and scientific association be formed in Traralgon, to leiisined ate subsequent, meeting, and that Messrs. Nelson, Kitchin, and the move'blie appointed a committee to prepare and draft a constitution and rules to bq submitted at a subsequent meeting. Moved by Mr. Nelson and seconded by Mr. H. C. Jones thlatit is desirable that the proposed Literary and Scientific Association .be connected ...

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COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 July 1886

COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, July 24. Messrs. Little and iPorthwick report: Fat Cattle.-Competition very brisk, especially for anything good, which are becoming scarcer every week; an advance this week of about 10s. We sold inferior tolnedium cows, £5 5s, £5 10s, £5 15s, £6, £6 10s: heifers (small), £5 to £6 5s; small hbllocks, £6 10s to £9; vealers, 25s to £2 l0s, latter a good lot, sold at Sale. Store Cattle.-We have enquiries for good bullockos, but owners are holding out for advanced rates ; rain is badly wanted. We quote-good bullocks, £5 5s to £6 10s; cows, £3 5s to £4. At Maffro a small number forward; all inferior sorts, which sold about last week's rates. At Sale prices much the same. Sheep.-Fats selling well. We have several inquiries for good stores, and sales pending. On Saturday we sold inferior crssbredl ewes 8s 3d, do merino do 6s 7d. Horses. Fresh mobs sellint well, others dull. On Saturday we yarded about 100 head, and bidding was brisker for...

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YINNAR. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 27 July 1886

YINNAIR. [From our own Correspondent.] Monday. A concert and ball were held here on Friday, 23rd July. There was a very large attendance, the room kindly lent by Mr. Carrigg was not large enough to hold the number who put in an appearance. The concert opened with an overture by Miss Irving, played in that lady's effective manner; song, " Ye gallants of England" by Mr. Davidson, who responded to a well-earned encore with "A warrior bold"; song, "Love not" Miss Amniet; duet, " Larboard watch" Messrs. Ferguson and Davidson; song, "Boys keep away from the girls" Mr Francis; song, " The wishing cap" Miss L. Amiet; song, "The arab's farewell" Mr. Ferguson ; song, " KIillarney" Mis s Haiz; song, "Thou art so near and vet so far" Mr. "Fairburn, who was encored and sang the last verse, after which an interval followed of 10 minutes. Overture, Miss Irving, "True till death" 311 r Davidson, this, though not encored was decidedly the best on the programnme ; duet, " The cousins" Misses. Amiet; ...

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