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LES ON—HORSE MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

LEs ox-HiORSE MiANAGEMENT. Young man, I see you ere about to take a drive 'his murning, and wi1l offer you some advice. Your horse is res ive, and wants to be off betre you are ready; tou may as well bre:k him off this now as at any other time and hereafter you will fitd tjet it has been a half-hour well srent Just g:ve me the reins, whlte you put your fog t on the top step, as if to get in; I tig-ten the reins ad say "Whoa." iNow put your fot on the step again; the horse makes at o her move; I hold the reins and speak to him again The horse is gettini excited. P:t hit on the n-ck and talk to him soothing v Put your lot on the step again, and repeat this process until the horse will stanti sill for you to get i: and adjust yourself in your seat and tell him to go. A few such les-ons will train him so that ho will always wait for orders before starting. Now, as your horse has just been fed, drive him at a gentle pace fir thile first two or three miles, until he warms up and his body ...

EXPLORATION IN CENTRAL AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

EXPLORATION IN CENTRAL AUSTRALIA; -3 . n exploring party, under the leader shipof Mr. Charles Winnicke, an experienced explorer and bushman has just made a successful journey through a large ptirdon of the unknown interior of Australia. The party were provided with camels and horses, but the latter were never used. Mr. Winnicke made a start from Cawarie station, on the Warburton River, in lat. 28, and traversed the couatryto the north as far as lat. 22, effecting a eon nexiou with the previous explorations near Gojder's pillars. The most remarkable natural feature is the Sailton range, discovered by Mr. Winnicke. Several. long stages without wa'er were encountered a few days after the party left Cowarie station. The camels behaved splendidly, andi although carrying immense loads of between 7001b. and 800.b. each, they recovered sufficiently in two days to make a second stage of about 150 mil s without water. Many more long stages of between 100 and 200 miles witho:it water were trav...

MIRBOO ATHLETIC SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

MIPiBOO .i1HLETIC SPORTS --0- Maiden Plate-M'Donatd and Wil-. liams divided. Running Ili.h Jump-Williamr, 1st, MI'Donld 2nd. Mirboo Handicap-Williams 1st; M'Donald 2nd; E. Hughes 3rd. Siamese Racc--E Iughes and Wil liams, 1st ; Graham and C. Hughes, 2nd ; A. Hughes and Dodd, 3rd. - Ho-p Step and Jump-E. Hughes M'Donnld divided. 'Handicap Hurdle Ra-e-1s5, W. Williams; 2nd, E Hughes. Sack iace-lrt, E. Hughes; W. Williams. Potate RacE-lst, A. HIugheee; 2nd C. Hughes. Standing High Jump-1st J. Wil liams, 4 ft 2 in; 2nd M'Donald. Hurry Scurry-lst A. M'Donald; 2nd Graham.

Latest Intelligence Melbourne, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

dLatest I~ntelligence (lFrom our own corr: .pocdent.) Melbourne, Thursday evening. The case of Pitman, sub- nspector in the General Po?t (ffice was gone on with at the City Court this after: oon but too latv for report, the evidence being taken with closed doors. Melbourna is still crowded with holi day folks. Littll busine:s doing or lkely to be done during the week. In the Intercol .nial cricket match, No.v South Wales v., Vicoria, N. S. W, takiing the first innings has 5 wic kets down for 358 runs.

ATTEMPT TO CROSS THE ENGLISH CHANNEL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

AlTE31PT TO CROSS THE ENGLISH CHANNEL. --·o--- -0 Captain Drevar, who started from Dover on 23rd October, with a view to cross the Channel in t'e miniature paddle boat, constructed by himself, and exhibited at the Fisheries Exhibi tion, was land:d at Dover the day after, bhaing been picked up off the North Foreland by a Germ.n barque. The Captain states that after he left Dover he c ntinued without mishap until s ortly after midnight, when he war n:o-e than half way across the Channel. I. then came on suddenly to blow, and rapidly increased to a south-westerly gll'. He continues:-I then gaveup all hope of reaching Calais, and allowed the boat to drife before the wind. The waves were re y high, but the boat behaved well, and only shipped very little water, whlch I removed byahose pump which had been given me before I left Dover. About one o'clock I drifted t.n to the Long Sands of the G odwin. There was a fearful sea, ant th- gale being at its height, the waves rose per. exdicularly ...

Cricket Rosedale v Glenferrie [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

Cricket '. ls dale v Gleiferrie. O!eatiernoon ofTuesday a amatchl twe 15 of lHosedale and 11 of Glen ir abs was conmuncnc. d and con qa Boxing-D.ay. The visitors 6k fied, and when time was lieihe local team had scored 185, rt"?,ss of 1'2 wicke:s. Play was sumed oXl cednes.ay morning, and freIac la-t a.an had been disposed 9Oesa.: o.r. -, lad been re che.l. be Qnfer'rie an tmeIn h.n went in and 1erea4 disposed of for 43, and of ureatd to follow on, and when the. ?tets fell the lh.d scored 61, total for t e two innings ot S ,inga: 4 a victory for Rosedale by ne taiEgs anld 05 runs. The fo low le score s: `= o ledale, l st Inoings e, cr and b Isalherly 13 . cr, b lussell 9 E ok, 'b 1v, b Dickenson 44 W e nwel!, 1i hw, b llussell 4 1'NI hton, b Dickenson 13 f ilson, b llussell 20 3Y man, cRay, b Russell 11 tos., c PI tteron, b Dick-nson 12 Cin, b iathierly 10 nBni, c : uiroe,b Russell 1 Jl , c3 unroe,b Dickson 33 R ' ley, b Diakenson 3 nnule, run ,,ut 16 Ds', b Russell 4 omb, not out 0 ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

W. T. BETTESON, KAYE STREET, AsKs for a continuation of the favors which he has received in the past from the inhabitints of Traralgon and surrounding districts. A Large Stock of DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES, IRONMONGFRY, & CROCIERYWARE To choose from. Comparison of Quality and Prices invited. 5 per cent. Discount for Cash on all Drapery parcels exceeding £1. THE TRARALGON RECORD GENERAL F RANKLINS T REET, TRAIRALGON. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF Iniht Ena i` in t laMultl 1latdig, EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DESPATCH, AND AT ·MOST REASONABLE RATES. o- ADDRESS CARDS, CONCERT TICKETS, PROGRAMMES, BILLHEADS (ALL SIZES) DELIVERY BOOKS. POSTERS, HANDBILLS, CARDS, CIRCULARS, MEMOS., &e,, &c., &c. -0 The Traralgon Record PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. SunsemPnos 4s PER QUARTER. J, R. BAIRD, Printer and Publisher. TRARALGON l POSTAL Ai RAXNG i ; MAILS CLOSE FOr Melbourone Warragal Daily at 7.,, Drouin Mo: well J W trloho Di -Dai, ir,.ftlgar . 7-l , l cs ,ia lB...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

LAND. LAND. TRARALGON, MONDAY, JAN. 7 -o A M'LEAN and CO., will sell at their I S.ards. For George Black, ' sq., who has left Gippsland Ilis L;asehol l of 320 arres exedlent Grazing Lind, securely encl.sed with post and rail fence, and well watered, in sir parish of Loy Yang, on. Sheepwanst (trek. fronting main toad. from Traral ,-pn to Flynn's Creek. The above is for absolute e?. Also, same time mard place, 'On account of M. Wa:d'h, Esq., of dale His Paddock of 2c0 acres good Grazing Land, 5 miles soulh--east from Flynn'. Creekrailwayst'li.wi Secnrelyenclosed with post and rail fence; Cottage per manent 3oter, co. •Will be hold a bargair. STRAYED INTO PADDOCK. STRAYED into my paddock, black and wIhite BIULSIOCK; no visible brand; slitin oil ear; like, Iulf-circlo out of near ear. It not claimed and expenses paid, on or before the.3lst January, 1884, will bhe sold to corvr expenses. F. FUGE, TERns. Dece:nber -7, 1883. TIE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Inerporated by Royal Charter, 1835. P.AD...

FARMING IN AMERICA. CREAMERIES AND BUTTER FACTORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

FAI\RIIIS IN AMIEIILCA. --0--- (Bly the siecia norrepOton.e'.t of tIe Austlralasiln ") CItEA1Ei~lS ANDI IU I'TERIZ 1'd CTOIIIES. Tie cr :eamer of Mess's B:gge Irns., near tiltville, about .t mtipes from Ulaee, a. ye toalken as rn av g re m est'l:l-mit:,,. " ere lie t 11 1r ]Itr;, r nni mI: y saga ]lr, a:?t! a'lth ,nah tiht re ar vaiious lystclOs of ?workitg in th e itai, that :hlop:ed by the !"'gge I?lrsa: is s repr, s,nttite as tany other. 7he building isolarge wooden (one, s'tuaitd on the bank of a spring f1d streatm. A supply of nwaer from a channel t t the i tr I am at a high pocit is laid ion to the factory in pipes i?i con. eniin' ci<turbei by ,ra t:t o . rihe ftesrl is fitted 1111 with the iutiul alpliater.s for ch?ese lnuting, 'mn also ev,,y nectse:ir, ap I nul tina for 1.3:n1g butter. T1' cre are four at., cui:rtck-tulbs, capable of combining in ,al .100011. if mik. ci ,i . it , -t ii ly , t1i;ioif m it il t 1i lt ito lheat evC'od weter is hi n in to t-lpa e p:ov...

TRIAL OF HARVESTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

TRIAL OF .TARIIVESTEIIS. -o A trial of harves it g machlines, for w!hich the Governmeint offer a grant of 1300, to, k place at the Gfvernment 'Experime:atal Farm, DoBkie, on Fri day last. lie object of theo Gdovernment in bringing about the trial was to intro duce into the colony a machine that oioild do similar worrk t tha' described by T. K. D)ow, in " The Australaniim," *ome timn ago, while on his tour in America Owing howe\or, to the limit, d ide placed a:t tli disposal of the machinists, only ;tur mnchin s wyre entered for competition. TIcyc were t'ose of ifossers. T. Robisseon nsdl Co., D. Munro ead Co., T. Nicho'son and C.,., and IR. Smith, Beaufort, int of these, only two entecr d. namely, Messrs. Nichclson's and Smnith'e. Tle ftr m r has at first sighlt the appearar ce of a strilppr. Int fact it is one, with cea::er and reaper combinled. The graint, after being taken in by the comb, is tiuresthed with an ordinary stripell'r drua. Froms thellCce it is driven into riddles,, w...

NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

NEWS AND NOTES. o The following accounts are lying at the Traralgon Receipt and Pay Office for payment:--M. Aitkin, W. Carey, J. Dunbar, M. A. Kerby, Mitchell and Lsing, J. O'Keeffe, James Pryde, John Rowlings, CO M. Sanders, J. Wilson, and J. Walsh. At Morwell:-P. A. Wicks. At Rosedale:-P. Whitelaw. Tradespeople should examine notes before cashing them, as there are a number of the notes of the late Provin cial and Suburban Bank'iin circilation. On Tuesday evening four men entered an hotel in West Melbourne, and ten dered one of these notes. The landlady was on'the point of giving change when a person in the bar directed her attention to the note. The men immediately escaped. In the Intercolonial Cricket Match, Victoria v. New South Wales, on Box ing Day, New South Wales went first to the wickets, four of which had fallen when the stumps were drawn for 278 runs, Murdoch making 158 and Jones 52. A man named Bowler was seriously injured by being thrown from a horse he was riding near...

MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

MIULTUM IN PARVO. --o- Turpentine applied to a cnt, it is stated, will prevent lock-jaw. To make a carpet look fresh, wipe with a damp cloth a.fter sweeping. At Boort the price of wheat is rising 608 bags sold last week ot 3s 9Od. The color of the two-penny stamp ha, been changed. Exit brown and enter mauve. The Education Commission finds it difficult to frame its report upon the reigious ditfficulty. Mr Justice Williams gires a prize of ten guineas for the best bowler in the intercolonial match. The vinegrowers of the Murray val ley have adopted ten and a hbaf hours as the standard of a day's labor. A deficiency of L472 has been dis coverea in the accounts of the Town clerkof the Flemmington and Essen don Council. Rental in Western Australia is 6s 8d per square mile per annum, and still the settlers declare they cannot pay it. T'lseahip North, with 330 Govern ment immigrants on board, arrived at S. dney on M .nday. The Melbourne Art Gallery at the Public ,.ibrary is now open every ...

DISEASED MEATS- [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

DISEASED MEATS A startling discvwery was made last Thursday by the officers of the Central Board of Health. Mr J. Warne, a salesman in the Melbourne meat mar ket, reported that he had bought 25 head of cattle from Messrs - eck, Hud son, and lRaynor, at the cattle yards for the small sum of 29s a head. E;ght were sent to the city abattoirs, and 17 to iHeller's slaughter-house, Brunswick. Two of the latter were killed, and on examination were found to be ij the last stage of tubeculosis, a d'sease believed to be communicable to the human subject. Mr ,. J. Shil linglaw called together a number of gentlemen representing the Central Board of Health and the Tuberculosis Board, and with them and two healta officers proceeded to the slaughter house, where Drs Allen.and Jameison fou d the most indubitable proofs of the existence of tuberculosis in the car ceses of the slaughtered animals. The remaining 15 were inspected as they stood in a pen, and their lcas and bony appearance, and their co...

MARTIN WEIBERG [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 28 December 1883

MARTIN WEIBERG —0— Our readers will no doubt remember what a sensation was caused four years ago at the escape of the Avoca steamer gold robber, Martin Wieberg, the car- penter of the vessel, when he bolted from the custody of the police in Gipps- land, where he induced them to take him in order to show where he had secreted the treasure. How the crack runner, who had joined the detectives, was tumbled over by the escaped, and how the latter, after considerable hunt- ing and time hid passed, was eventually again arrested, and finally sentenced to a term of imprisonment. Well, a short time ago Weiberg completed his sen- tence, and the next thing heard of him was that lie met his death at Waratah Bay in connection with a trim little yacht named the Neva. The sequel of the story is that Weiberg was not drowned at all, but sailed for England in the Sorata on Saturday last, and the yacht for sale at Williamstown, where she will soon find a purchaser, as the price asked, L200, does not se...

A TRAGIC DEATH SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884

A TRAGIC DEATH SCENE.. -0-. From Ven;ce there has (states the t "Argue' London correspondent) comr to London a story of tragic gloom. Three sister:, of the name cf Angeli, be onging to a good family, took the steamboat one afternoon to the Lido. They proceeded to the beach, and were seen late in the evening walking t: gether. A fisherman afterwards found their bodies on the colst. It now I appears ceitain that they committed suicide. One of the sisters was aut ftring severely from her eyesirhr, and St e second was sa ject to eri e tic fits They had on several occasions declared that they found life miserable, a d would put an end to it. Tneyoungest of the sisters, a girl of extreme beauty and grace, had been .heard to say that she would not lire as hour after her sisters' death. IThey had lst their mother, wh. m they adored, and it ap pears that befoe starting for the Lido they had placed a wreath of flowers on tnei. otheI s ?imh. In tiei ':o! of wae (I the s =ews auid s rolunme Sen...

A WELSHER PUNISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884

A WELSBER PU.-ISHED. A Melbourne "welsher" fared very badly at the Baninyong races on Fri day (says The Ballarat "Courier.") His name is said to be Bennet, and during the afternoon he was hit pretty heavily. He refused to pay these bets, Esaing he would do so on Monday. About five o'clock be got up a totalisa tor on the trot, and when it wa closed there were eleven on it. When the backers of the winning horses came to get their dividend, this number had increased to twenty-,wo, and it was strongel suspected that Bennet had put eleven chances on the winnitg horee for himself Biter the result wa_ known. When this suspicion was whispered about, and taken in conjunc tion with his inability to meet hi- bets, the crowd jostled him about. He took refuge in arcab, and offered the cabman L1 to drive him to Ballarat at once, but the crowd was too thick; and two of his infuriated credit..rs cragged him out of the cab, tore his silk coat to ribands, destroyed his hat, seized his bag, and ill-tr...

Sunday Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884

Sunday Servlces, --o CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Rev. J. R. Walker, at Traralgon ... 11a.m. Holy Communion. Eaglebawk... ..... 2p.m. Holy Communion. Scarne ... .. 4

A SNAKE SWALLOWED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884

A SNAKE SWALLOWED. --o0 A few days since, a Mr. Milne and a companiot, (.ays The Mount Barker. S. A, " Courier") were out on a parrot shooting excursion near Mount Barker The sportsmen climbed a tree in search of game, and one of them put his hand into a hollow to take out an unfledged jackass he expected to find there. He caught hold of the bird, and was sur rie, d at feeling, the cold and slimy skin of a snake. After he got ove, his fright, he looked again, and- saw a few inches of the tail of the snake pro jecting from the hole. He threw the reptile to the ground, and was sur prised to find a young jackass fall wi h the snake. The bird was killed by the fall, and Mr. Mdlnd found that' ilI but about nine inches of te snake lad been swallowed by the jackass,.ant. they were unable to draw the form r from its beak. The bird was cut open, and the snake, which was minus the head, was found to measure '2ft. Si,. in length, and about two inches is circumference. The parent jackass had ev...

WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 4 January 1884

WESLEYAN CHURCH. Rev. Francis Jolly, st Hazelwood ... 11 a.m. Morwell ... ...2'30 p.m. Traralgon ... 7 p.m.

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