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UNDERGROUND CABLES IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884

UNDERGROUND CABLES IN FRANCE. -o The subterranean cable connecting Paris with Marseilles was recently subjected to a series of tests, which are said to have been very sasisfactory. The way to lay these underground cables in France is to insert them in cast iron pipes. The pipes are laid at a depth of more than' 1 metre, cham bers for facilitating repairs being inserted about every 500 metres. These chambers resemble large iron cauldrons with cover,' and having openings for receiving the ends of two pipes, to which they act as joints. Every lCO metres the pipes are con nected by cast-iron cJuplings, which will also permit of inspecting and re pairing the cable. Tihe joint between each pipe is made with an india rubber washer or lead collar. The P: ris-alerseilles cable is to beconnected with the submarine cables of the Meditteranean and tie Atlantic. :It is understood that within the next four years subterranean cables of tlholength of 7096 kilometres (45241 miles) will be laid. The ...

RETURN MATCHES. January 12, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884

RETURN MATCHES. January 12, 1884. Mfaffra beat Rosedale by 116 runs. Sale, walkover against Tanjil. Heyfield, walkover against Traral gon. January 26. Sale beat Traralgon by 104 runs. Rosedale beat Heyfield by 23 runs. Maifre, walkover against Tanjil. : 'ebruary U. Sale beat Heyfield by 3 runs. Rosedale, walkover against Tanjil. Msaffra, walkover against Traralgon. February 23. Sale v. Rosedale, disputed. Traralgon, walkover against Tanjil. Blnffra beat Heyfield by 80, ...l arch.S. Mafira:beat Sale by 3 wickets snd 37 runs. Rosedale beat Traralgon by 49 runs. Heyfield, walkover against Tanjil..,: The scores now stand, Maffra, 9, Sale 8,-Rosedale 5, Traralgon 2,.Tanjil 'pil.' Sale and Rosedale have to decide their match, and in the event of Sale being V:ictorious;-they will have to ploy off with Maiffra, the match, to be played out.-" Times."

TIMES CHALLENGE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884

TIMES CHALLENGE CUP. --o The following is an epitome of the matches played for the above cup : October 27, 1583, Sale beat Tanjil by 10 wickets and 1 ran. Heyfleld beat Traralgon by 8 wic kets and 2 rune. Miaffra beat Rosedaleby 5 wickets and 102 runs. November 19. Sale beat Traralgon by 21 runs. Ieyfield beat Rosedale by 58 runs. MaIffra, walkover against Tanjil. December 1. Sale beat Heyfield by 51 runs.: Rosedale beat Tanjil by 70 runs. Maffra v. Traralgon, disputed, and played again on Feb. 13; when taffra beat by 43 runs, December 15. Sale beat Rosedale by 57 runs. Maffra beat Heyfield by 79 runs. Traralgon, walkover against Tanjil. December 29. Sae SbeatjMaffra by 2 runs. Rosedale beat Traralgon by 15 runs. Heyfield, walkover against Tanjil.

MIRBOO ROADS. To the Editor of the "Traralgon Record." [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884

MIIRBOO ROADS. a-0 Tb the Editor of the "2 'raralgon Record." Sir,-I have taken the liberty of writing these few lines to your valu able paper in the hope of doing some thing towards improving onr position as regards roads. " We, the settlers in and on the slopes of the Tarwin valley, were I think some of the first selectors in the district, and before Mirboo was in any shire. We then, as a matter of course had to make our own roads and spend not a little time, money, and energy in the task, but when part of us were joined on to the Traraloon and the rest on to the Narracan shire, we thought that all our wants would be attended to, but we were doomed to disappointment, as both shires to say the least, have never given us our share. of public money. Traralgon first of all, mainly owing to Mlirboo, receives the special grant of £3 to £1, and what have they given us in return, after having received three or four years' rates (I am not quite certain which), all they have done is to clea...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884

The Railway. Trains for Melbourne leave n: a.m. p.m. Traralgon ... SO 556 Morwell .. 830S 617 Moe . ... 854 6,41 Melbourne (arrive) 1"10 1052 For Sale leave a.im. p.m. Traralgon .. 1143 030 Flynn's Creek ... 12"3 9052 Rosedale ... 12.15 10'4 Sale, arrives ... 1250 10'39 On Saturdays only, a train will leave Traralgon for Sale, at 8'10 a.m., retur ning from Sale at 9:55 a.m. For .... Heyfield leaves Traralgon - ... 125 [noon] ttHeyfield, arrives 123 p.m. Leaves .. Heyfield ,.. - 20 p.m Traralgon, arrives 5:381 W. T. BETTESON, KAYE STREET, AsKS for a continuation of the favors which he has received in tho: past from the inhabitants ofj Traralgon and surroundin? _dittricts,__ . A "Largo Stock of DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, & CROCKERYWARE To choose from. Comparison of Quality and Prices invited. 5 per cent. Discount for Cash on all; Drapery parcels exceeding '£1. ýALLAN & CO.'S 3..NMOS AN"D OG.&rASS, Four Great Lines which have no Rival in Au...

The Traralgon Record (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1884. AN AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884

(Published every Friday moring.) FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1884, AN AGRICULTURAL SHOW. It is to be expeted that most people should. see very little, more in an Agricultural Show than a competition for profit, for display, for amusement, and for honor. But it has other as pects-sunch as triumphs over difficul ties, :and comparisons between the present and the past. Agriculture, sith its noble superstructure of landed pioprietor, claims respect alike, for: its antiquity and its- hchangeableneso. We recognise. at. agricultural shows the providential place sof the'mechani c?l appliances which sentimental people in England once thought to be the ruin of old..fashioned' husbandry. Country life culminates in cattle shows and it-is time that these bucolic festi vals should teach the lesson at Traral eon they have elsewhere taught. Situated thirty miles from rSale and forty from Buln Buln, the principal agricultural show places of Gippsland, and at the junction between the Iey field and the Sale lin...

NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884

NEWS AND NOTES. -o- A few days ago a team of bullocks were crossing Cribbia's bridge when one of the leader's stumbled and fell. The bridge, our informant states has a curve in the centre, so that when' the animal had fallen, owing to the incline, the driver was unable to stay the pro gress of the team, which rushed onward, until fairly on the other side, nearly strangling the bullock, and the driver had to cut the yoke before he could free the animal, then half dead. Alter rain this bridge appears to get very slippery as also does one or two othe s, among them the bridge in Kaye street,:. o, that little gravel would be most acceptable upon them. One gentlemen states that he always finds it necessary in crossing Cribbin's bridge to dismount -that is in wet weather. The 19arracan Valley Coal-mining Company at Moe are aboit" to com mence active operations. In Novem ber last, the diamond drill at work there passed through a seam of coal 2 feet 6 inches in thickness at a depth of 66 fee...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884

J. PETERKIN & Co. are pre pared to IPUJRCIIASE, On behalf of a LooN Horse, In any quantity. This article exists plentifully in the Latrobe and Tyers riersc, and their tributaries. A long felt want supplied. -o THE TRARALGON Cordial & iErated Water Factory Is now prepared to supply the district with Lemonade, Soda Water, Ginger Ale, And numerouso Cordials, equal to any manufactured in Victoria. Mr GIBSON, Manager anumpton &Brooke Grocers, Drapers, and General Storekeepers, MOE & WAT-ERLOO, Has alway on hand A Well assorted Stock Consisting of General Groceries Drapery Meno 's.Youtih's Clothing Ironmongery Tinseare Boots o" Shoes Ciockery and Glasses Fancy Goods Flour and Graob Stationery, etce Commercial Hotel, TOONGABBIE. -o COMMEROCIAL Travellers & others can always be accommodated with either Single or Double Conveyances. ISaddle Horses on hand. JAMES SHEPHERD PRornIETOR. TRARALGONDISPENSARY -a ICold drawn and tasteless CASTOR OIL. FINEST QU...

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884

AGRIUULTURAL NOTES. -0- Cultivate Early and Deeply.-The farmer who summer fallows his land practically knows the advantages, but not theoretically. Many a woman likewise saves her wood ashes knowing it the most advantageous and a positive saving in the laundry of her clothing; but few know the reason why in either case, nor do they care to seek to. know the causes. Here chemistry sciences step in, and although simple are not enquired into. Now, in summer fallow, you open and cultivate the land asyou would in European country. All rich crops require hoeing, ploughing, &c., thereby leaving the ground open to the pulverisation of the soil by the atmos phere, the absorptioi of the ammonia and immense quantities of heterogenous matter with which the atmosphere is overcharged, which is the fundamental food of plants and all the vegetable k:ngdom. So therein rests the thorough cultivation of your farms and gardens. Tie sooner and the deeper you cultivate the greater the absorption ...

EXCERPTS FROM THE AMERICAN PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884

EXCERPTS FROM THE Ak xRI CAN PAPERS. -o-- Stag-hunting is sioiv the 'favbrite amusemeit in Belgium. : Ga~ieof all sorts is so plentiful that it is:necessary. to destroy it. A London physician says that last February 1000 people died in that city from the effects of the irritating and devitalising smoke.. r, , , .:; Ireland has thirty prelates to about five million Roman Catholics, and Eng. land only thirty-two to about twenty. million members of the Church of England.. A new illustrated paper is to, be published in London on the plan of "Harper's Weekly." When recently asked to dine at the Royal Palace at Copenhageni, Mr Tennyson was unable to accept the invitation from the characteristic i but sufficient reason that he had: n dress coat with him. At Leicester, England, an anti Jewish feeling has been shown by the shoemakers, on the ground that where Jews congregate they lower the charac ter and price of work. A strike was ordered in the case of a -firm who refused to discharge two ...

MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. It is stated on good authority that should the monument of Victor Eaannol bo placed in the centre of the Pantheon, the Pope will issue a bull interdicting the church. During the month of September the number of persons who emigrated from German ports and Antwerp was 14,753, as against 15,530 of the corres ponding month of the year before. During the first nine months of this year the total number was 133,954, as against 160,000 in the same period of last year. A large number of Ohio clergymen have formed a divorce reform league, with Right Rev T (G Bedell of Cleve land, as president. The live stock dealers of the United States have sent a petition to Congress for protection against pleuro-pneumo nia, by the slaughter of all ififected cattle, at the. estimated expense of 1,500,000dol.

THE FRENCH IN TONQUIN. Baris, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884

'liE FRENCH IN TONQUIN. Baris, 'March 10. General Millot, the commander-in chief of the French forces in Tonquin, has telegr.phed to the Government that he has already commenced the advance on Bacninh, the stronghold of the Black Flags. News of his opera tions may therefore be looked for at an early date. Paris, March 12. Advices from ierneral Millot state that he has advanced to within a short distance of Baeninh, and that the French troops have succeeded in capturing two forts in the immediate vicinity of the Black Flag stronghold.

PORT ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884

PORT ALBERT. -----o? "The Gippsland Standard" says: Our shipping port has presented quite a brisk appearance during the past few days, as in addition, to, the customary arrivals and departures, the two North ern traders" John & May" and Abstai ner have comein laden .with bark for the tanneries owned by Mr Richard Nightingale and Mr John Corcoran respectively. The old and successful coasting skippers are in command namely, Mr David Jones on board the "John and May," and Mr Joseph Catterinich on the "Abstainer.' We notice also that a very valuable and useful addition has been made to our fleet in the purchase of a decked centre board craft, which has been built to the order of Mr William Smith by the well known firm of Jones and Co. of Mel bourne. The necessary fittings and furnishings are being attended to by Mr Andrew Anderson, and when the new boat is launched from the wharf, it is the general opinion that she will be the premier boat of the Port, and a successful rival of ...

European News. THE CALCUTTA EXHIBITION. Calcutta, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 14 March 1884

European News. (From the "Argus.") THE CALCUTTA EXHIBITION. Calcutta, March 8. The following further awards have been made in connexion with the Inter national Exhibition, which will close on Monday next: VICTORIA. Gold Medals. Joseph Bosisto,M.L A.: Eucalyptus liqueur; also, for chemical and pharma cuetical preparations obtained from the eucalyptus and other indigenous vege tation. Baron von Mueller, K.C.M.G.,; Album of Australian flowers and dried specimens of plants. DepartmentofAgriculture ; Samples of agricultural products. Silver Medals. Department of Mines and Water Supply ; Geological maps and plates. Department of Lands: Maps, photo lithographed. Felton, Grimwade, and Co, Melb.: Chemical preparations, &c. (Also, a bronze medal). Lewis and Whitty, Melb. ; Curry powder. W C Pierce & Son, Sandhurst: Sauces. G M Withall and Co, Melbourne: Hearthrugs, mats, and fur goods. Bronze Medals. E Rowlands, Melb. and Ballarat: Liqueurs, bitters, syrups, &c. &a...

THE FRENCH IN TONQUIN. London, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884

London, March 16. Further particulars have been received respec'ing the capture by the French force under General Millet tf the Black Flags strongbold of Bac ninh. The French captured 100 guns from the enemy. Thelrloss was only eight killed and 30 wounded. General Milloe states in his despatch that the pursuit of the Chinese who fled from Bacninh was still being continued by the French forces. Paris, March 16. The French press, in discussing the news of the occupation of Bacninh by General Millot, urge the Government to give orders for an advance on Lang Cheune, about 60 miles to the north east of Bachnish. Advices from General Millot state that he has commenced his advance with two columns of troops frou. Bac ninh, in the direction of the Chinese positions at Lang Cheune and Thai Ngouienne. London, March 18. The French, following up their re cent sueccss as Bseninh, have routed the Chines. troops at Jshulang (?), capturing their guns and standards. It is believed that the French in...

European News. THE BATILE IN THE SOUDAN. London, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884

JEuropean Nwews. (From the "Argus.') THE BATILE IN THE SOUDAN. London, March 14. Further particulars have been re ceived respecting the engagement fought yesteeday morning between the British, troops, commanded by Genera! Graham, and the insurgent forces under Osman Digna. It appears that in the course of the engagement the Arabs broke one of the two squares into which the British force was divided, creating i panic among the troops, during which the enemy captured seyoal guns. The Britssh cavalry succeeded in checking the Arabs, the square was r,-fcrmaed, and the guns were recap tired. The enemy were unable to hinder the advance of the other square, c -m manded by Colonel Buller, which captured and burnt the camp of the insurgents. The surviving part of the Arab force escaped from the field of battle, and fled to the mountains. No less than 3000 of the enemy were killed. London, March 15, The British troops returned to Sun kin after burning four Arab villages and exploding vast sto...

HEYFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884

HEYFIELD RACES. --o-- The following are the results of the foot races: 100 yards Handicap-W. Harbeck 1; A. C arke 2. Te stirted. j 900 yardsnaiicapGeo. Davis 1; T Ms1rren2. T100-yards, Bos' e- Williams 1; T. Clarke2.

MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884

MULTUM IN PARVO. -~0-- English mail leaves Melbourne on morning of 27th inst. 200 guests awtended the banquet at Richmond, on, Tuesday nieht, in hIonor of return of Mr B ,oisto, from India. Rosedale juniors def.eted the senior eleven by 13 runs last Saturday; scores of first innings, 00 and 47 respectively, R. Wilson making top score. Rosedale play the unsttled match 'with Sale, on their ground to-morrow. The .ale ('. visit Port Albetrt to play the combined team during Easter holidays The. local board of advice meet to morrow at 2 p.m. Mr Berry has promised to have a survey made for telegraph comamunica tion between ?Paynesvtll and lBairns dale; alto a curvey betonen Bruthern and Buchsn, for the sanm purpose, when funds nra available.

Mirboo. Monday, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884

Mlrboo. -0 From our own correspondent. Monday, March 17. A largely attended meeting of rate payers of the Narracan Shire, also a few of the ratepayers of the Traralgon Shire, was held at Mr Ogilvy's, to protest against the West Riding of the Shire of Narracan appropriating a grant of money tnat the Council are going to ask for, in the above portion of the said Shire altogether ignoring the Ea.t Riding, with the exception of. putting a bridge ovr the Morwell River. The above meeting was unanimou that they should get a fair port:on of the grant as they have been previously quite forgotten. Resolutions were paswed that the Minister of Public woike be written to and acquainted how matters stood. There is a road leading from Foster t 1Mirboo, which branches off at G(old smith's, one portion leans direct to Morwell, and the o her to Mo well uis Mirboo North. The Shire of Albertot., has cleared it to their boundary, on the road from Foster to Mirboo-and the, Traralgon p rtion recmamie to h...

FIELD AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record and Morwell, Mirboo,Toongabbie, Heyfield,Tyers and Callignee Advertiser — 21 March 1884

-o FLowEn GAnnDE.---Plant the early flowering ,sorts ofrbulbs, corms, and tubers. Sow annuals; gather haws. Finish layering carnations. Trans plant seedlings of biennial and peren nial and herbaceous plants, and divide the replant pansies, primroses, and smaller thines as soopas the autumn rains fiall. Give liquid mainure to show dahlias; thin the shoots and flowers. Continue the propagation by cutiings of flower-garden plants, and of ever green shrubs. I?iCcUEN, GnnDEn.-Transplant celery, water-cress, leeks, I.otato-onions, garlic, shallot,- and all the brassicas. Sow cauliflowers. cabbage, turnips, spinach, early horn, and intermediate carrots. A.feiv early peas also may be sown, and salading of all kinds. Plant early potatoes; earth up. celery as it becomes fit. Plant bu.bs and' onions for seed hAtm,-Select seed for coming crop ; choose naoe but best quality well de veloped, and thoroughly well cleaned. This will be found among the best steps to prevent smut, rust, and othr, dise...

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