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AMERICAN METHODS OF SALTING MEATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 April 1883

AMERICAN METHODS OF SALTING MEATS. The following items in connection 'with thepresorvation of salted mestsmay be:'usoful.' They are according.to pro cesess adopted in the United States, 'where salted meats are prepared in the very best form. The "pickle" is made as follws :-For each three hundred pounds of meat, placed in a tierce or hogshond,: put in 241b of salt, three quarts 'of good syrup, 12 oz. of salt petre, and' fill the barrel with water. If curing'in an open vessel, take the mecats out of the vessel and re-pack as 'often as you would turn the vessel if tight. This is to be done to change the position of the pieces, so that the pickle may reach to every part. It is best to let the mentsremain in the pickle un til taken out to smoke. The tempora ,tur should be kept below 10 deg while the pickle remains on the meats. Pickled pork (moss or clear) is made by scattering rock salt at the bottom of the barrel, and packing the pieces closely, placing on edge, scattering salt betwte...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 April 1883

ILELBOURNE. '.'In:the?i?contes. whiih"i ii"sh'rtlyi' take plaiuoletseen the old aquatic' rivals rcpresentingh Victoria and"Iea South:Wales, I notice the Sydney crew are ;the more' favored :for - thoe forth-, coming event;, and'; those,. whoi have5 money to " liay" stack iton the Welsh men at to4.;: " r "Intelligence is to hand that afatal mining saccident occurred :,?yestelday morniing n the Lady Iarlkly mine, Snob's Hill, Sandhurst. Ther unfortu nate' being em" miner' nined Thomias N'eonan, who waS, employed i'nthe min., the,: cause ,of deathl. being:, the fallin"of a large mass of. stone liabout two' to? ' ins :,weiglit, upon his body On' removing the leap the corpse was. iecoveed, anid, strange to relate, not a bone seomedi lioken. An in q'iist was hold in the afternoon of the lsalme day, and a verdict of acciderital 'deatl re turned. " .' Last.night a marrm d womian,named. Taylort..made-:tthre? unsuccessful 'at= eiste ttood e reli a eaiy careero consigning her i body.. to. the r...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS (AGE.) LONDON, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 April 1883

UROPEAN :-TELEGRA1ISt ? ' '; t it'iox,,!Aprili2G. i 'ilr..3 Iil;urton; of the firer of, lailburton and Co.,;wool. merchants of Melhourcie,ihas' bicn' e.appointcd one of tho-edirectors -ob thel Commercial Bank of Austialia. ' Thie Australian andop: yew,Zealaind Mortgag .Cdompany Limiited: have.do blared a dividenid of 10'lpr 'nit' for tlid past,)yoar, twith'. aslblonus bf'.1'0ro er shtere.- : ),:-, ,?t ,T Ii-!l'.fJ"'I The jury: in",tho;,trial! of'Timotlly Kelly hlavinigjbLentdiochnrged, a fresh jury will be ompannelled on' Monday next, !when l tho'llprls6ne vill' ag?in be brought up for trial:.. The ljoirnredi hcari of the case against .Galalgher 'Wiiitehoaed aiil 'the other ?prisonerso, clsrged, with being concerned in the late explosions of dynaitoli'tot o litco at tlm Bosw-straet polico-court tho.day. Evidenice was pro duced. showing that Whitehead's firm had recently made enormous purchases of :acids .used- in: tliho nMiiufatir? of dynamite and other explosivesubstances Tih tstii...

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HUMOURS OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 April 1883

HUMOURS OF ADVERTISING. Advertisers are adepts in ambignity. A lady advertises hei desire to obtain a husband "with a Roman nose, having strong religious tendencies." "A spinster particularly fond of children" informs the public that she wishes two or three, having none of her own." Somobody wants "a young man to look after a horseof the Medthodist persua sion." "A draper. desires to meet with an assistant who would "take an active interest in a small first class trade, and in a quiet family;" and a Boston chemist advertises, "The gentleman who left his stomach .for analysis will please call and get it, to gether with the result." Slipshod Eng lish is not, however, confined to the advertising columns, or we should not read the shooting of a wild cat "by a little boy five feet and eight inches long ;" of a procession, which was" very fine indeed, and nearly two miles in length, as was also the prayer of Mr Percy, the chaplain;" .nor should we be much scandalised to note the fact, rec...

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RAILWAYS AND PROSPERITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 April 1883

RAILWAYS AND PROSPERITY. .'.,lio followig, rather startling nowo of falling values ii Echulca, witliF r·pecti to property, is. wortihy f: *otic; buut w'owouild ureinr;that thiough this do preciatqin ,is to bo deplordd; thlo' trflic barried ,lqtiwleleolaso '? inrclicdhd iand' en largod othlier placos:o-o , ..'.;; A' 'cdrrespoiidbointf' .vritesi-As' 'oii iiteo~neo .'w'ht GovBeranii nomipting failures will Ido; or'irather -undo for a town,- Ecla may o m cited as an in fortunati ono, :iProperties thero which. soven years o go ,woro looked upohn'as valuabilo ro now almost, ,ortldess It is no .uso for tle property holders *to boldter up 'thpla; p co, tli y hlavo tried thnt ,two.; often.,, Publio en opinion; as shlowin'g ,b eveiry; aution 'salo of pro1 p rty?,m the town, i marked and d oided;, ri OlyinOctober lastin at salo of'frceliolidallImiionfooitoated nio (1ii very licartiptl i tolwn, scarcely.ione! tonth of the 'original' costiwas obtairkd; On' tlio 16ti. sli, at, largo 'solo of prof...

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KEEPING BUTTER [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 April 1883

KEEPING BUTTER':'1 'A corrospLndent p?f tho' ,iAsoerican CUltaitor, rcplying to an opinion that tio iot:lmetiod of, kooeipg ,bibttor avo?t is.to eppt it immnari d at all? times ini brino, writes :- . , . My oxiperidonloads mos to differ from tlhat opinion,, andI profor as liy toxt the words of Professor Soldon-"' uttoir iritol lgoentlyiui''tlowell washed, and sot in a pirno place, will.,hkop. for manyja day"., butter will koop without, bo?ng; immoreod in brino ::: The Lprincipal e'osstials in Iutter-iaiskig gare iieitncsa and tonipora taro. ..... Vorn?oitt buttoer-malor' lpridtibo' two nmothods.of mnakingi buttor for:, keopinr. Qni'n alt 'swork, snd lpliockl t1i prodeO directly aftter olhur tingi, by 2ihpli. iotlod the obuitter will shrink avnway from tihoelaoles of tho, tub, and. hoe voaonoy thus createod to be filled -with brinoe. Mr Jnmieson woul add inmoreo, brine; if: necoesry, and thou weight tlieb?uttor dlown to provelt it flronlflg9titngilg" i the tub. ":I once had a?. nlbig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 April 1883

' 0oaches, &o. COBBS and CO.'s COACHES leaveo SORITERION HOTEL., SALE to .BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday oxcepted), arriving. at lhirndaloe at 7.30 p.m. Fare, 10a. All information, &e., at Cobb and Co.'s. 011ico, Criterion Hotel, Sale . - Sale to MaIfl-a and Newry ROYAL MAIL. A COACH will RUN DAILY between above placos,'leaving 1owry daily at 9,45 am., faffra 11.15 am.,~ arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day,.loaving Sale on- arrival of-train:.Ior lln?fm and Nowry. Passengers and parcelo booked.at the following places :-. SSale, T.. Duggan's.? riterion Hotel; larafr, Win. Bannistor's Camden Hotel; ,nd.ot ?awlin's Newry Hotel.: All parcels loft for convoyanco.musat be propaid, otherwiseo they will not be for narod... 'J. FISHER,. Proprietor; HEYFIELD TO MAF A`RA . ,HE Conveyance between the: above I places, wll be DISCONTINUED until further notice. Any parceols that can be forwarded on horaback will be duly delivored. All parcels must be. prepaid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 April 1883

Public Notices, JUNIOR FOOTBALL.CLUB: I MIEETING of the haboveo OClub will Sbe.holdat KisS' 0Maonlister Hotel TUESDAY Evening at Eiglht d 'Clk, S F.SMALLMAN," i ! "Socrotiy·p'ro fem. \AFFRA FOOTBALL CLUB.: GENERAL MEETING of the above V Club will be hold on WEDNES. iA Evening' 2and .May,' at Banniater's otel, at Eight o'clock sharp . ,.. E.,BROOKES, : H" . Secrotary,.: IAFFRA : ORICKET; CLUB. SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of Ma3imbor of the above Club will held at the Macalister Hotel on ONDAY; 7th'prox., at 8 p.m.; , , uincess--Cohflirmatiofi of Rulos, Pro sentation of Trophies, &e., &o.... - W. J.. BECK;.': '' Heon. Seorotaryd TENDERS..:.; 3HAFFRA SHIRE. F ENDERS for the following works will be received, addressed to the Presi. eat, at the Shire Office up to 11 n.m. on 'EDNESDAY, tho 2nd May proximo: 1. Maintenance Maffra to'Salo Main Road, etc. ..: .. .. -. , 2 Maintenance.Upper Maffra Roads. 3. Maintenance Tinaba Road.., Pleas and specifications at the Shire Sice on an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 April 1883

Trade Notices. T. B. ABBOTT. CHEMIST, DRUGGIST, AND DENTIST. SALE AND MAFFRA, IN THANKING the public for past favors and soliciting a continuance of the support so liberally accorded him, begs to call attention to his SPr CALrTrES1 many of which (more parti cularly his Chiorodyne, Antibilious Pills, and Odontalgine) have commanded alarge sale forthe lastfourteonor fifteenyears,and proved equal if not superior to all other preparations of the kind, his CHLORODYNE is pronounced by eminent physicians and all who have used it, superior to any similar preparation. It speedily relieves in whrtever organ and whatever cause, pain and produces a feeling of comfort and quietude not obtainable by other remedies, allays irritation of the nervous system, creates a calm refreshing sloop, and there are no bad effects. It acts like a charm in Diarrhoea, Dysontry, Colic, Spasms, Palpitation, and gives almost immediate relief in Bronchitis, Asthma, Neuralgia, Hysteria, Whooping end other Coughs, Sick...

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GENERRAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 April 1883

The list of orihioal- monbers of the new Nitioal tibeliral Clubi inaLondon ontaiins abiout 2500 names. ..,iss Hypatial Bradlaugli,.has sude cessfullyu passed ,the ulatriculations of LondonmUniversity, i ', :?:;...: ;i.:: Of, 4410 burials: ii the: ciy 'of -Paris ddiing the montlh' of "Novwainbi r; 1207 toolkplaco' without aniy religious core moiiy whatever.c 'Gonrioal aind Mlir looth" of the 9'Sal? cation Arm?i', itend ?Vsitlig , tlo The girl Cornis, wio ws liot by Benuiett. iat Waterilooi; lia sli ltly ini pros led, anl the omedicqal men havu i0pes f aer recovery.,:. 'Tho Sydney fat cattle market is a tri1l brlisker;i best hlef brings,. 0s per 100 .:lbs.,,: In.,the sheep, mamrket, thern ii a short supply;.,primo vetlhers are worth12ip peor, head. , Patrick Joseph Dowling las lieAn' committed; for trial at Collingwood for hlivingcrimilially assaulted his dauglitor, 11 :years: of ago.:" . Judgo Noel, of'B rBialiiio iDistrict Court; lias sentencsd'a" ibrsed stealer to 10: years' 'i)pri...

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AN EVICTION IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 April 1883

AN EVICTION IN LONDON. Evictions, with distressing results, are not peculiar to Ireland and Skye (remarks the "London Daily News"). An inquest has just been held at the St. Pancras coroner's court on the body of Nary Baster, whose death, according to the jury, was " accelerated by cold and exposure." Mr. Wotton, the re lieving officer, had found Mrs Baster on December 30 in a situation which might he called cold and exposed. She was sitting on the floor of her room, propped up against the wall. It was a peculiarity of her room that it had neither door nor window. These useful additions to the comfort of a room, especially in December weather, " had been removed by orders of the land lord, Mr Coxhill, because he could not get his rent." This, seems a little like straining the resources of civiliza tion, and we believeothat the method adopted by Mr. Coxhill is rarely re sorted to, even in Ireland. Mrs. Baster, from whom rent could not be got, was partly insensible, and was covered wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 April 1883

Auctions. HORSES. HORSES. MAFFRA, THIS DAY, APRIL 30. A M'LEAI and CO. will sell atCthoh 11 yards, for H., P. Keogh, Esq., o Kilmorio 70 Splendid Horses, consisting of Indian, 'bus, and draugbh. All station bred, right ages, and in fine condition. 1920 ACRES GOOD GRAZiNG-TAND A M'LEANr A CO: lhn rvri ate A sale on account.of L; C: th. Esq. ofM3elltieoukno, the? pr ortkhnown as THE BACK .CREE PADDOCK, in:Tinamb?neonitalning 1920 oiued o'f giod Grazing Land, well grassed and abun. dantly watered in all seasons The pro1 perty is securely enclosed with-post and rail, cattle and sheep proof fences,; and is admirablyfstuiate, the sureroy ofthe pro posed railway . to `Bairnsdale ?passing through 'lit. Thire 'is a a!lendi??suppl of Red Gum timber onlhie propr?y.wheho will be extremely valuable. for -railway sleepers ,?c., also a do'infortable ottage. Early application invited., , , ITAVING Established'b ranch of our J1; BuBindss in-- Molbourne,. esoe inoir prepared to hold WEEKLY SALES of C...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 30 April 1883

COMMERCIAL INTLELLIGENOB.m MELOIveOE OiAIN MARKET. aMessrs. William Adamson and' Co. eport for the week ending April 5th': Wheat.-Buyers are only purchasing • for amediate' requirement, and therefore but few sales are being offected, the price t-day is nominally 5s 3d to, ·S 4d. Oats te in fair demand, and prices .are firm, ringingb froma 2s lld to 3s 3d, good milline being enquired for at the latter figure. Barley.-A good demand exists, forbeset ntlting qualities, 'which comnemand, a 84 a iJs lid ; feeding sorts'ina request at 3s Sato 4s, according tos umple. Peas are sei enquired for at 3s 44-d to 3:S . MaI has been sold at. various prices, nnging from 3s 6d to 3s 9d (Sydney sorts). lur.--We quote £10 17e 6d to £11 Lt. Cheese.-The market can hardly bsaid to be active, although really gooi\ cheese is moving off pretty freely. We old god to primo qualities from 8d to U ; medium to good, 6d to 7d ; inferior qualities lower. Potted Butter.-Prime iry potted lots were in good demand, an...

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POETRY. DREAMING AND WAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 3 May 1883

POETRY. DREAMING AND WAKING. From six o'clock in the morning until eight o'clock at night, I am only a farmer's little girl, my hair is short and light; 31My eyes are grey; my hands are rough; and my faro.is plain and brown; And for every day my finest dress is just a calico gorn. I nurse the baby, brush and sweep, and many a stitch I take; For mother has all tl a meals to cook, butter and cheese to mke; On washing day and ironing days I'm just too tired to stand, Till mother says with a kiss and smile, " Jenny's my little right hand." But at night Ihavo no house to clean, I have no cow to milk; And soon as Iam fast asleeoop my calico gown is silk, Sly eyes are blue as summer.'skies, re wondorfulrgoldesi curls, And round my snowy throat and wrists arme bands of gleaning pearls. I wanderin scented garden-ways among a courtly train; I never am "'!.Little Jenny" there, I am alwaiys "Lady Jane ;", . a And one, the young LordAlbert Do-Vora, Kbows overny jewcl'd hand, And I walk so happy ...

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FEEDING SALT TO PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 3 May 1883

FEEDING SALT TO PIGS. I have soon salt: ed to pigs for; fifty years, says acorrespondent of the Southern, Farmer, and in tho.last twenty years have fed many heavy hogs, ranging from 300 to 000 lbs net: I feed them all liberally supplied with salt; have never lost one nor has one been sick an hour. These pigs hare been fattened in a close pen, and their principal feedwawa corn meal made into dough. This dogh I have salted at least once a day. Sometimes my pigs would fail to clean out their trough; in that caseliwould put a handful of salt into a bucket with some water, pour it into their trough and they would lick it up with much relish. .:In addition to the salt I fed coal from the stove. I make it a regular cus tom to feed coal, and it is astonishing what qtiantity of coal a pig will eat, and how healthy and robust it'will makie them. Let the pigs have plen& of salt and charcoal, and we shall hear less of the cholera.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 3 May 1883

AT SALE ON SATURDAY. Br bLessas. ENoGLSH, P.OC AND CO. Storo Cattle, Fat Cattle, Muilch Cows, Heifcnr, Steers, Horses, &c. DIr Mssrs. I. GuRIDuOR AND CO. Fat and Store Cattle, Milkers and Springers, Sheep and Lambs, Pigs, Horses &n RAILWAY NOTICE. Trains now leave SAL n at 7.55 em. and 4.47 pan. Tiny are due at SaLE at 1.45 p.m. and 10.36 p.m. Trine leave Melbourneo at 7.40 a.m. and 4.27 p.m., and are duo in Melbourno at 2.0 p.. and 10.0 p.m. CHURCH NOTICES. Onvrco or Exoe.o.-ParochiOal Dis. trict of MIafra-Divine Service at St. John's Church, Plalra, next Sunday, at 11 amn. and 7 p.m.; Heyfield, 2.30 pm.; Glenrnaggio, 5 p.m.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (ARGUS.) LONDON, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 3 May 1883

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (Aonas.) . LoNDON, April 2?. Mr Parnell has advised the Irish Conveition sitting in New York to adopt a platform of such a nature as to provide giving a pretext to the British Government to sippress the national movement in Ireland. LoanoN, Bpril 28.. :The Convention has adopted the platform suggested by MrParnell, and has resolved to unify all the various Irish organisations. The advvocates of extreme measures resisted the adoption of these resolutions, and most violent scenes occurred. At last, after much angry discussion, the extremists were suppressed. O'Donovan Iossa, the leader of the dynamite faction, now thrneatens that he and his followers will adopt a separato.line of action.

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 3 May 1883

MAIL NOTICES. 3Iols close at the raffra Post-office for the following places as under: For Sale Rosedale, Traralgon, 'Wal tulls, Toongabbie, IMelbourne, Port Albert, Tarravillo, &o.a, at 11a.m. daily. For Stratford, Bairnadale, Bruthen, Omeo, Grant, Dargo, eta, daily at 12.30 ore. For Upper Maffra daily at 3 p.m. For Heyfleld, Glenmeaggio, Cowwar, and Seaton, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and SatunLays, at 3 .m. Brlgolong, daily at 2.45 p.m. The Postoflico is open for telegrams s18.30 am. till 8 p.m., closing between 1 and 2 and 6 and7. Postal business Irom n am. till 6 p.m. Mails close for Maffra at the under mentioned places as under: Sale, at 1.30 p.m. daily. Briagolong, at 10.5 nm. daily. Newry, at 9.30 am. daily. Stratford, at 3.15 p.m. daily. leytield, 8.30 an. Tuesdays, Thurs. days, and Saturdays.

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 3 May 1883

MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Meosrs. Greig and Murray hold their usual weekly grain sale on Tuesday loast and sold as follows: Wheat-Primo shipping, at 58 44d per bushel; do, mixed samploes, ts lfd do. lBarley, mixed, os 10( per bushol. Oat, good feed, Se to 3s lid do. Pena ss ld to 3s 2d; do, seed, s Od to 4a 10d. do. Hops, medium samnples, 2s 10d per lb.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 3 May 1883

Coaches, &o. OBB and CO.'s COACHES leave CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. daily (Sunday excepted), arriving at llairnsdalo at 7.30 p.m. Fareo; 10s. All inforniltion, &c., at Cobbl and o.'s Olffice, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WAGNER . CO. Ssale to Mall 9 Tahidnci' 7 t eb W " ' ROYAL IMAIL. A COACH will RUN DAILIY between above places, leaving Nowry daily at 9,45 mn., laffra 11.16 a.am., arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return the samo lay, learing Sale on arrival of train for 3lalfrv and Newry. Passengers and parcels booked at the following places : Sale, T. Duggan's Criterion Hotel; Maltta, WVm. Bannister's' Camden Hotel; and at Rawlin's Nowry Hotel. All parcels left for convoyance must be prepaid, otherwise they will not bs for crarded. J. FISHER, Proprietor. BEYFIELD TO MAFFllA. mIlE Conveancea between the alaovo Splaces will be DISCONTINUED until further notice. Any parcels that can be forwarded on horoback will bhe dly delivered. All-parcel...

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