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THE MANUFACTURE AND EXPORT OF CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894
THE MAINUAtCTURE AND EXPORT OF CHOO~SE. Grlt'in th tear thre Canadian Cheddar system .,r eiryru mak iny; vvar intn,.l nee into \'ictnri~t from N rw Zealand, a ind tanl rrrrrrtporterd to Londonl hving madr ar lrorrabr ;eipresrson in the Eng lr (a;ke th govrnmet vi-ivr determined to renroaraee thoe erxpt (i tni, clars on ptnnne bt atcrinn0 a h~r.,· of rn per tnn '' all hetrre prniatnn tmd-" ~ 11 in '-"vll n a L· w year. o~er .\. n-n milk equ.- tr p u' n rC o re,-~, it -1, 1-enl e ~cl ~ irr~able an Itns:ant soya rlrr.g is the beet time to write ctloio. nMost onr tmintr it is the propcr time t reil fictior., The daily papers are read at bronkttot,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894
Notices. .iOUTiIERN PROVINCE, BROAD FORD DIVISION, AND ELECTORAL DISTRICT oF ANGLE. SEY, BROADFORD DIVISION. THE GENERAL LISTS for the above t Diviin are nos printed, and copies may be inspected, free of charge, until the day appointedl for revision, at my office, at every post-oflice within the Division and at the office of my Deputy as under: For the Broadford Division at Reedy Creek. JOHN FERGUSON, Registrar, Sunday Creek, Broadford. SHIRE OF BI:OADFORD. TO CONTRACTORS. TUENDERS, Sealed and Addressed to the L President, will be receivedl until two o'clock p.m., on MIONI).Y, the 15tl dayof tor the execution of the 4S-Supply of too cubic luestone mc:eal in Broad. ship. 7 Full particulars to Office of the Council on and after Monay, the Sth January inst R. FENNELLY, C.E., Shire Secretary. Shire Office, Broadford, . and January, 8S94. FOR SALE. BLACK BULL, twenty-five shillings. Apply- - 1- . War. HELEY,. Broadford. TENDERS. TENDERS are invited for putting up t • about a mile of wire...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894
:o: CounT.-Several debt cases will be dealt with at the local cc.rt on Monday next, lwhen Mr. Morrison, j.i1., is expected to occupy the l:etch. IL.sEss.--One day last week MIr. Scott, /war's Lane, was suddenly prostrated by a serious ill.sje! and for a time was in .a very critical state. Dr. Skinner was called in and has since been attending the sufferer, nwho is not free from inimediate danger. SHOP? AND FACTORIES' ACT.-By an order in the Victorian Police Gazette the constable in charge of thle lroadford station has received instructions to institute pro ceedings 'against all shopkeepers in the township of l:roadford .whose premises are open after 7 p.m., (Saturday's excepted) and t o'clock on Wednesdays. PROPERTY SALE.- The Switzerland Estate, compriling about 2,ooo acres of freehold ind 3,o000o acres of leashol.d, situate on the Gouihurn river, near Yea, and fe: some time p?st the property of Mr. George Stewart, is reported to have been purchased by M.r. Tyson at 9.0oo, with lea...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894
Some excitement has been caused at PeEt by the disappearance of a nun from a convent at Christtnenstadt. Sister Viora left the convent last mouth (rep~rts the " Daily News ')' on a pretended errand of charity. At some little distagw she was seen speaking with a gentleman. When the convent school children were retuning home from m2uss, in company with a sister, a gentlemain placed a letter in the hand of the nun. The letter was in due course handed to the Prioress. It was as follows:--" Dear Sisters,-You are good souls! Gentle as the dove! I love you all, but to no purpose. [My heart longs to be elsewhere. ; sought happiness. and believed that in the seclusion of a convent I should find it. But It was not there. I can remain no hlnger with you. So I hasten to another place. Perhaps I shall find it there. Pray for me, beloved sisters. And may God's blessing remain with you always - VIosa." "Sister Viora," who is very pretty, five years ago entered the convent as a novice.
AGRICULTURAL COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894
AGRICULTURAL COLUMN. At e opening of te winter course of lectures on forestry at the Edinburgh University, Colonel Bailey soeke of Great Britain's foreign imports of timber. The value of timber which reached England annually was estimated at £15,000,000, while in the form of packing cases, boaes, ete., £6,000,090 worth was imported. Sweden supplies i7 per cent, of this total, Russia 23 per sent., Cinada 21 per cent., Norway 13 per cent., the United States G per cent., France and Germany each 5 per cenut. Speaking of the timber resources of Canada*he said that the supply there was a few years ago considered inezhaustible, but by reason of in discriminate firing and cutting the country showed signs of depletion. The Canadian lumber merchants wore now turniong their attention to Hewfoundland, where there was raid to be 2,000 square miles of forestry, which would doubtless meet a similar fate. Touching on fireots, he said that as long as they had a thick cover overhead they could keep t...
VITICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894
VITICULTURE. The Viticulture Industry is mnaking rapid progress in all the colonies, nd mnore .attention is being paid to detail to en-ure catching of the eye in placing wines belore tihe public as well as pleasing tilh palate. that enormous areas are tuitable for the c ilture ot tile vine and manulactutr of wine in Australia, is an acaluno ledged fact, and ihat many of our iwines will compare and compete with the best grown in tile orld. is nut disputed even by the connoisseurs, who at one tmne deriaoed and laughed to corn our efoti rts at wine-making. \t'hen the winery system has become fairly estaullshed our wines will very soon acquire a wide ieputation for unutortnity of q.dlity, and then prutitabie markets in all parts of the world will be assured. At the Great Western Vineyard, owned iy Mr. Hans Irvine, the higher ideal of viticuliure has beeni attempllted on an enolrmous .scale. Mr. Irvnue, in the face at strong prejudice, decided upon toe mlanu tacture of cnalpagne, and eve...
Cross-Fertilising Fruit Trees. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894
Cross-Fertilising Fruit TIrees. In the course of some investigations of -?rt blight it was shown that wh n insects were it eluded from the flowersmany varieties of b :h pear and applea failed to set fruit, This .I. coveryled to experiments which seemed to clearly prove that most of our well - known varieties of pears and apples are praeti:e!lt self-sterile ; in other words to obtain a good crop of Bartlett pears, for example, it is necessary :or the flowers to receive pollen from some o*:er variety. A oBartlett pear flower fertilised u.!h its own pollen, if it dovelops into a fruit at .!:, will be o0 different from the typical form a. co be scarcely rcoguals:ble. The evideneo at hr seems to clearly indicate thtt pollen from rot of the well- known varieties will fertilise!he Bartlett flower, and produce typical B1 ::'tt fruits. On the other head, Bartlett po'!er is thoroughly c tpable of fertllising other va:c.er such as Aujou, Wiuter Xelis, etc., the re..,l beingin every case the pr...
Mixing Sulphate of Iron and Salt. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894
Mixing Sulphate of Iron and Salt. Take a tog or more, if reql' red, of ?lt emp!y it on a Poor in a shed, make a hollow on the top of the heap, std .in tthis put h requie qusntity of sulphate oi irotn (tlb. or 81b. per ewt. of salt): if the aslt is dry sprinkle water on it until it becomes damp all over. The. with a pece of board, or woodou asde, stir the lot wellup, trye,?klg au" luhmps ot either outl. ILste of sron or sait. Aitr b?oing wrll stirre. pack in a hean like a oausr.loaf, andleraenttd naet morning. Then stir up again, when the mixture will t- ready for.lis exte day. When thoroughly nixed it has the alpperanm of yeleow sugar.
Costumes for Women Cyclers. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894
Costumes for Women Cyclers. Cycling among women has become co pre. valent that the spectacle of a gay and festive wheelwoman no longer excites comment. All kinds of skirts have been tried and S1IO\TY O XLOOMERIS IN FULL. found wanting. This is partly the fault of the wheels. In most of the models the space between the saddle and handle bar is so close that it makes difficult mounting, especially if the skirts are a little fall. Again, the skirts have a way of getting tangled up in the pedals or flapping with tae wind on one side or the other. The French women have adopted bloomers, and each particular rider has seemed to follow her own dictates, as the phases of style are as many as the individual riders. So far in America but few riders have come out in bloomers. One womln who has, when asked to tell her experience, said: "I have been a rider fora number of years, and from practical experience have found that shirts interfered with riding. On several different occasions I have been...
Horace Greely and His Bride. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894
Horace Greely and His Bride, o- "When he was first married and brought his bride home on a visit," said an old acquaintance, "a sugar party was given in their honor on a neighboring farm. All the guests had arrived, and we werelook. ing out, watchinz for the belated bride and groom. At last we saw something ap pearing in the distance. As this same object came nearer we discovered it was the old white horse of the Greeleys, slowly picking his way through the mud. On his back eat the bride in a brilliant yellow frock, with a green velvet belt, and behind her, wrapped in his famous white overcoat sat the editor of the " New York Tribune." It was the funniest sight I ever saw, and set us off in fits of laughter. I remember,' concluded my informant; laughing again at her recollection, "'that I simply lay down and rolled upon the floor in a spasm of mirth." Mr Greeley came home every year, and after a day or two on the farm would start out to walk miles and call on people. He was never kn...
"Vesuvius in Flames." [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894
"Vesivius in Flalmes." . Oac day an Englshnman who had lbeome a resideutin Naples was astoumiled and charmed at the sight of the burning moluntin. The appalling gtandear of the thine intoxicated him with dtliht. The territfi explo?ions, acorepanied as they were by the ,rljectionl of huge houlders and burning lava, presented a scene, of weird and awtfl propartiiint. Frmln that niaoin he kne:" of nathinag hblf nP, grand ans \'esal ins in flatles. In the coullre t f years lie left Italy and tlik liup his abode in the States. One day lie m-t an American who boaste4 very exultantly of his country. In a little while each If oUil hitilelat trying to outprae the other in the relaiti?n of the most wonlerfa thin li linthd tllnessed. Hit neeardingly tohl it with all the imrtessiive. Ines and oriateness olrdieti,m t his ,iioiain., Thie Yankee gale a ctilling smile, shrl'ealel his shoulders, and waited half iiiiteiently Ir the eud of the stary. Wit!h a eynical eeldonternplu ,as ' i ?n?t i? Ii "a...
AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894
AGRICULTURE'. TEt term agriculture includes husbandry generally, but as it is divided into several branches, we shall treat each of then: separately. Instead of arranging columns of figures showing the products of those branches, and going into wearying statistical returns of yields and values, it is intended to discuss, in this review, the present position of the various rural industries, and,. by com. parisions, ascertain what progress we are making, and, where possible, suggest rm provements for bettering our position during the year 1894. Although not the most profitable the WHEAT FAR MER yet retains his position as representing the leading branch of agriculture in this country. The future outlook for the Australian whesat farmer, and especially the Victorian, unless he makes up his mind to greatly alter his present method of cultivation, is not very bright. Prices for wheat have been gradually receding, while the average yield per acre in Victoria also continues to steadily dim...
To Dangerous To Live. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894
To Dangerous To Live. " Why are they hanging this man ?" asked the new arrival. " For shootin' a feller in the laig," er plained Alkal Ike, who was master of care monies. "Good gracious ! Would youtake thelife of a fellow-creature for so smll a matter as thatP" 'You bet we would. You see, he misred the feller he was ehootin' at and hit the in. nercent man in the laig. A feller that can't handle a gun 'thout endangerin' the lires of everybody who happens to be on the street is too dangerous to have around, besides bein' a disgrane to the community.-- Indianapolis Journal."
HOW TO BECOME A GOOD CRICKETER. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894
EHOW TO, BECOME A GOqOD CRICoETEI. T artouar pages g'e's have been written sho:ing I achieve the above, it is an undoubte hat but a very poor proportion of ot:r goult cricketers owe their good slill to ng gained by study ing theory. If ?wt ast with the mass of literary laboc, best,? atd which thas been wr teel with the intention to make proficient, the comparatively small number c( really superior cricketers, we must admit that the f.rst named has scarcely yet sac cceded. The old saying. " thac an ounce of mothers's wit is worth a pound of clergy," in plainer terms, that one hour's tuition from a thorough practical teacher is ofmore value than a day's study. may be well applied to cricket. Style is a requisite--a good one learnt, and early defects cured, then comes in the skill if the pupil has in him the makings of a cricketer at all. Most men become good cricketers by accidental circumstances. the main of which is grasping a good style in early days. On the other hand others becom...
Melbourne Letter. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894
lAlibourtle Letter. CsY ouRt OWN CORc.FSo;`OsNT.j A LITTLE over ten years ago there was opened in Alblidurne.' whaf is to-day undoubtedl'v iae of tle ost fanimous book establishmlents ihi 'the' 'world, namely, the Book Arcade in Bourke street. of which Mr. ', ")V. Cole is' the proprietor. Mr. Cole opened a 'small book arcadeiu the eastern part of the same street, as far back as 1873, but it oas not until ten years later that he entered upon therenture which has made his name almost a household one all over the Australian colonies; and, indeed, it may be said that the Mlelbourne Book Arcade has a universal reputation, as it has been visited by all distinguished arrivals on our shores, 'many of whom have recorded their impressions of the place in public periodicals, 'notably Lady Brassey, who on her return to England advocated the establishment of a similar institution in London.' It' is' estimated that during the ten years the large Book Arcade has been open, it has been visited by 1...
COUNTY OF ANGLESEY CRICKET ASSOCIATION. SECOND ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894
COUNTY OF ANGLESEY CRICKET ASSOCIATION. SECOND ROUND. The followine fitur havo en a JAUA...t: 13. Broadford at "f a arook Seymour lIaitways at Traawool Avenel at 'rv nemur ~ea and F'owerdale a bye JANUARY .o. Seymour and Railways at Seymnur Trrawoulat Yea Flowerdale at Avenel Iroadford and T'all.trook a bye J.ANARyv 27. Tallarool: at l:hw-rdaole Seymour at Iruadfurd Yea at RLailways Avenel and Traawool a bye FEBRUARY 3. 'roadford at Yea Flowerdale at Traawool Avenel at Tallarook Seymour and Railways a bye FEnnUARY to. Railways at Avenel 'allarook at Seymour Traawool at Bruadford 'ea and Flowerdale a bye Fevnt?A'ly 17. Yea at Flo:terdale Avenel ;ati Traaoul 'Tallarook at kIailways ltroadford and Seyouur a bye nFEnutAlty 24. Traawool at Tallarook ltroad:ford at Avenel Serymour at Yea Flowcrdale at ltailways MaRcu 3. Rtailways ait Proadf"rd Yea att Talllarok 'l ra;awool at Seymour Ftlowerddle and Avenel a bye M.Rcu io. Avnul at Yea .l,ymnour at Il??werdale Railways and Ta!;truok a bye ...
A Care for Colic. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894
A C?re for Colic, -0 Mer R. Iloylto 1I1e gives a a ura eura for colic in honres, a reredy tint will leave n0 traces of the medilcine hehizel it, but le?o, t?n remedy No. 2. Give seven drop of No. I o aluoon of nugar or with a holl.teoepoojtl of water, and inject with a letn ilace asridgo; fifteen mite, and b the te te ptient will be found to ouch v entirel well; then give I -dI - in eltooanot eerey tour, and othe eer tfwoeuo, upoe nature cn ta care of the er that will be in shbort order. Get -the 0 at the homeopathic pharmsoaoy.. h? med is good for man or b0? t (a in halflteoapoouful of 103Jtterl) , w nm be about the thing. be fn1000