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Commercial. MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. Melbourne, Tuesday, December 22. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
' orinuibercial. IMELBOURNE MARKET REPORTSI: Melbourne, Tuesday, December 2 . i' LIVE STOCK. Fat Sheep.-The supply was unusually small for a Christsas market, only 29,ooo being yiarded, which,; owing to the trade having supplies:on hand,- proved ample.for requirements. Choice prime lots of merinoes werearingood request at about late rates. : Prime crossbreds were sparingly represented, ' " but fir such no material alteration in prices ;caq be quoted. For the great bulk, which r anged .'from middling to good useful ' qualities, the demand wrs. depressed and ?.?weaier; and prices realised ruled still lower : than last week'srates, . -. Fat Lambs.-17,ooo were penned. A few choice prime Christmas lambs realised full prices, but competition was not so brisk for good trade lots, while middling and inferior descriptions, which were heavily represented, met a dragging sale at extremely low rates.
The Broadford Courier, AND REEDY CREEK TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1891. Christmas. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
1c iroaidford Tourfr v, AND REEDY CRF.K TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, IS91. Christimas. - 0-- TnE advent to this world of the Divine Founder of Christianity is, and mlust remain, the most stupendous fact in history. It indicates not only the moulding factor of the noblest of civili zations, but dates the revelation of eternal spiritual law; that "' light oft he world," which, however hidden by a thousand absurdities, and still degraded be mannv oTc?r . : -- t . lhnvs jt'spv a~cetk bot mea's faculties-initi presented loftier views as they have ascended. For fifteen hundred years at least its yearly anniversary has been fitly welcomed by a season of general and joyful festivity, and though with thile centuries the interpretation of those 'glad tidings of great joy' may have become modified, and the day developed other interesting associations, the wonudrous song those angels sang has lost nothing of its sacred power, nor the event its significance. To morrow th...
Sweets of Women's Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
*tuccls of lSOItiv s LifC. >F 0:L4t I: ACI.iTC 01d. A b; :iat rr: on n]th er's bred t, To:,3 young to " ·,Oo or wee~p, Ccme-i': ct nnr,""' I ut mother'a love So i; ie i i.:.lt' sleep. Anmtlnarrproy' Ei teadowia veen, l'!ueluu the rfoant liewntre, Ci '-ii.g tihe i iietliiiaeiI butlertlic- So we'.. t e Lhihiiocd'd hourd. A mannide Leir .n cuily dawn, L~t~ilt with every laiece, Guauidi (:. usae eyed riot look on her So p Lat beauty's face. A e3[iy bit unz, iuiwncetr look, 'rursu cI 'ilortI~r dacet, Ante'rirv' i:::.:cii's Leader worda Sl is : ? maruen's love.. A i-i-i .. v r. n:e-irtcn kneeling low, I;fl[ote (; .+id altar how., Forecejer i 'n-a tao heartbe and hands eirre, in noser.ri . A yoitlrel mioher bending o'er, lIlr tirnt-born hcutiounboy, Force.r here -ill death shall part Se scot a mother's jy. The envron in lilie'd eucain time, With ir.it i' riclueiered o'nr, 11cr chlildrn', children clasp her kees- So rich in vt' s~mtrri La ute.
Varieties. Nine Rules for Bathers. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
Varieties. Nine Rules for Bathers. Avoid bathing within two hours.after a meal. Avoid bathing when exhausted by fatigue or from any other oauee. Avoid bathing when th.biody is cooling after perspiration. Avoid bathing altogether in the open air if, after having been a short time in the water, it causes a sense of chilliness and numbness of the hands and feet. Bathe when the body is warm, protided no time is lost in getting into the water. Avoid chilling the body by eitting or stand ing undressed on the banks or in boats, alter having been in the water. Avoid remaining too long in the water; leave the Water immediately t[ these is the slightest feeling of bhillineee. The vigorous and strong may bathe early in the morning on an empty stomach. The young and those who are weak had better bathe two or three hours after a meal-the beest time for such is from two to three hours after breakfast. These who are subject to attacks of giddi ness or faintness, and those who suffer from palpitati...
A Rash Promise. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
A Ra?ch Prormise. Promies are eriooon thins in Germany. A v ealt?; citien of DLhrcnfeld took a lively intere?t in :Le w ?a: ,. a railroad offieial of that tawn, wFise family was rapidly Jn crea.ing, ?ad a k!w year?, oo, on the birth of the manl' ninth cohl, went so far na to pro miss I:in a homuo rn the birthday of the twelfth a.h ition to hi. fniily, be it male or femasl. 1:, e:.;ally the ,antrous would be donor, in tu por-nence Of vitnesses, had reiteratid his pro:nue to thl, happy aterr fam:i:O!' ', who:e ":t:ert expectation " became the town ts;:, '? it were. One fine day "n mb:r t.vel ii" teet? hini alpearance, but the no::i,:uec !,t Dirve., on bint: appealed to, refoIund to :a':e ,good his aord, pretending that the iwhiee:,n;',er w,.only a " joles." A suit in c,'tin:.'l j r'i,: s tie consequence of the r?co:?i. 1,nd ith cou:r decided in favor of the pia:nt.!--! re-uit against which the re suCnd i:t p.?aerlld-hut in vaino. The Su nprice C:ast 1 !i , o':idl- t. look upon the ver...
HOUSEHOLD. Flying Glassware. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
HO USl'iTOLD. FlUying- Glsseware. In frosty weather o4: nightcap of spirits should be made by pttting in the spirits first, then the hot water directly into the spirits and not down tie sides of the goblet, while the blue ribbon adrocate should be careful not to put his !:ed lemonade into a glass brought from a warm cupboard, or a glass which has been i the sun. Your glass mustard pat, often a thick one, must never be soaked in hot or even moderately warm water. Your decanters and water bottles should be cleaned inside without hot water; there are a dozen recipes in every household book for this without using hot water. A little consideration will tell the thought. mind that expansion and contraction of metals-and glass is a teetal--should not be sudden, but gradual and regular, in all parts alike. Very thin glass does not fly from hot water often, it being so thin that heat ex-. pands it all at once; consequently it does not burst from a part' only expanding, or from the thick and ...
A Delicious Dish. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
A De!icio:u Di::h. !l. le ldano, if ? b?.ory is accepted, was once chiti cook to a J',ri'irin nobleman* Now e he k:ps a w.; i.id barding.-house. For days hldoro C(::i::ns?vs he treated his guests to urou hi0 er in. r ,--ee·riptions of "ze matgnolque dien :ir t? i e Ciorisemao da inLa hellse France." A Ice? dvays bhcre Christmas he becamne very mysterious, and intimated that thce.: fortu.nta ini rtil who sat at his board should l:av a ' "mas.i;iquo dinnair." Aecordingly antiepi;;lad Ir.u high. The Icy aut l :,?: ived. His promisea were fu!!t!kd. Tihe t k!a was spread with an emharrim.ent ct goo.1 thii;g.. One dish was erpcptally a favorite, and that it was so secmed to give mlonsi, r great delight. It seeced a specks of rotate, was delicately lavord,. but no coo knew exactly what it wats. "Oh, tecnoi te:r do tell ou what this deli. 0ious m.at is," Feid Ir-:ty Miss II, the star boarder, when tht dtsh was demol. ishend. "Zot. mada'me, is ze grand triomplt of se art, Only ze o:renchmran...
Strath Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
Strath Creek. :o: [FROx OvR OWN CORRESPONDENrT.] On the whole things, generally speak ing, are looking a bit lively. The con tractor commenced the creamery on Monday and the sound of hammer and saw is to the more enterprisieg among us ' the sound of exquisite musio.' Visitors from Melbourne are also fast arriving for the Holidaysso that there is a possibility the rabbits may be thinned a little. A picnic is to take place no Boxing day on the Flowerdale cricks ground, at which a match will be played be. tween Strath Creek and Ree ly Creek. It should prove an oven co itest and altogether an enjoyable aff,ir. We extend a very cordial welct,,e to all visitors. The ball to be held on hh, 28th promises to turn out well. i,&lt;v.-ral youngladies have kindly vole :, er~ed to provide refreshments, which wli ca r. tainly increase the pleasure should the present hot weather continuJ to pre vail.
The Household. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
The IIouseh. Female Soldiers.-An army surgeon told a reporter of a rum of instances where members of the pak sex were car. tied away by their enthuiasar at the begin ning of the American iar 'ld put on the unifoT/n to fight for thecause We copy the followng : i "I knew a girl wheot tie beginning of the war was so filled wi: pIgriotism, and so weighed down by a se: ofi4uty, so carried away by an adventuro?l imnlse, that she followed thesquad of lqys oho had enlisted in her neighborhood, and, dressing as a boy, enlisted in .the compan?hbatwas forming in ,he county town. lI? fri:nds discovered the long hair she had c: from her bead and the clothing she had thnwn off in her father's barn. gave imnedi.ta pursuit. " As they were driviug irto the city they saw walking along th:e idnwalk smoelting a cigar a young fellow vho liad the same srt of face as the girl thlt were in pursuit of. rhey stopped and accedted he young fellow, and were treated to suoh an'sower of epithets and such an exhib...
Short Sketches. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
Short Sketches. Blades of Pocketknives.-The blades of the very cheap pdcketknives are punched in dies from sheet steel., ba those for first class pocket cutlery are hand forged, a good workman being able to forge from twenty five to thirty large blades per hour, and about forty pen blades per hour. There is a pattern and gauge furnished the forger for each sort of blade, but the experienced workman rarely refers to either, his accuracy of eye and skill of hand being sufficient guides to exactness. The blades come from the hand of the smith perfect in form, ex cept the bevel of the back intended to guide engaging blades, this bevel being formed byf grinding. The steel used in these fine blades is Wardlow's (English), or the best American mate. As they come from the forges the blades are " choiled," or filed, to make a nick between the blade and the tang. Then the blades are tempered, having received the trade mark stamp on the tang under a press. The hardening is done in a an ordinar...
Orchid Hunting. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
Orchid Hunting. Orchid hunting appears to be a fine advens turons sport-not so exciting, perhaps, a Waterton's snaring of the ca mans with baited books in the great rivers of Brazil, but getting on that way. Unfortunately, tLh most prized of ourorchids are reported to be rapidly disappearing from their native plsces. According, to the "' Journal des Orehidees," in the environs of Pacho (Ecuidor), where hundreds of thousands of specimens of the Odontopgossum Alerandrer have been collected only a few, plants are now left. In other places where it once flourished it has entirely vanished.' Though not in the true sesa, of the word a parasite, this beatiful plant perfers to grow upon the trunks of trees, - which the natives dread to limb on acoouo - of . e, naticoupion ea stolging ants. Henar the practice is to fell the huge tree, with Ith frequent result that no orchid is found. The hunters, it is stated, separate into parties of live or ten, and disappear for a fortnight in the dense S...
The First Lighthouse. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
The First Lighthouse. 0- - The Pharos at Alex?sdria was the first light-bearing tower of which we bhae any record. It was built of white stone, and s;lr? on the Island of 'uaaros, near Alexan ar:t in Egypt. It was hires hundred feet high, and its light coald be seen for many muiles. Josephus sta+sd thatits " beaming summit could be seea ftr three hundred scadia,"or forty E ndish miles. It was twelve pears in huidlng.; The Pharos or liththouse was illumiaatel by huge wood fires. Previous to this timl mnariners were warned at night of theirlapproaeh to land by coal or wood fires t at were built on praninent headlands. The Pharos was ergctudlunder the reign of 'tolemy P'hiladelphea,lB. C.3:12, the rame king who conmmnded tie Septuagint or (Jid Testament to hbe unlertaken in the Iel. lenic versions. Sastraten. the architect, im. mortalized his name htlhaving it inscribed on the Paaros. Not Lore Iut :'Lasses The hour was late. For ten bmiouots neither said a word. Then shoppoke . " We ma...
Spring Valley. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
Spring alile3. - :o: [FROM OUR OWS CoRRESPONDENT.] Great interest is just now excited in this and neighbouring localities through the alleged discovery a short time ago Iof a payable gold bearing lode at a place near what I may describe as the top end of King Parrot Creek. It would seem that the discove~, has r,,at as ie1ts that promise good yields. So far however, the operations are chiefly di rected to finding the exact direction and thickness of the seam and a large area has already been pegged out, but its extent swill not be ascertainable until more progress is imade. The neigh. bourhood is not without its reputation for gold deposits and a claim was worked a short distance away some time ago, but which, in spite of en couraging prospects of mineral had to be relinguished owing to the large in flux of water,
A Grim Jest. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
A Grim Jest. When the Emperor Maximilian, whom the French, English, and Anetrians had put upon the throne of Mexico, had baen deserted by his European allies on account of the unfriendliness of the United States to his enterprise, he was overcome by the military forree of the revolted Mexican people, and condemned to death for his asur. pation. He was shot at Queretaro, June 19, 18e7, and with him the Mexican prime mini. ater, Miramon, who was condemned for teea. son to the republic. Before they were exe. cuted, Maximilian and Miramon were allowed to walk in a garden, attended by guards. As they were breathing with relief the fresh ait outside their prison, the bell nn a neighboring church began to toll rather dismally. "Is that our death.knellf" Maximilian asked of Miramon. "1 cannot tell you sire," said Miramon; "I am not acqoainted with the way they go about it, because this is the first time in my life that 1 have ever been executed I" Maximilian laughed heartily at his com. pas...
A Demon Exercised. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
A Demon Exorcised. ---4..., -- BY E. A. BOYDEN. It was a face that, once seen, was never to bs forgotten. It was as rare as the Budda. mya ruby, and any attempt to describe in detail the lines and ehades and the changes in expression ao this human loveliness would be as futile as to try to convey to another the impressions, or rather the reason for the impressions, of delight caused by the soft, in. deecribable beauty of that wondrously charm ing ptocious stone. In looking upon the perfect face for the first time, one w?s etruct by the uniqueness of the beauty outlined there,and by the gentle power it possessed to hold one captive and epell-bound. And when one could summon suffi?ient resolution to quit gazing at the face for a moment, the eyes naturally wandered to the figure that belonged to it. Nor was the:e any disappointment in continuing this study. It was msrvellously symmetrical and racrefeul Madeline Raymond was, of course, con scioua of her rich personal endowments, and she...
The Etiguette of Saluting. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
The Elite?ltt of Saluting. In ICGGi threa l 5c't wenma-of-war, com* msnded by oe L: I'rau, itle, fell in with a Spanish :t len anud fri,ýa'e, both countries being at p?a?.e. iae 'T'roeville aulthoritatively demanrcucl t;? rt salate,, which the Spanish canptain, Pa coin, reried. T'e Frenchman immredisa?tlx ope 10 li, soon capturing the frigate,, ail rtecingr tih rt!leon to a die.s mu.c d hlki, with one hun:iced and twenty of her crew Liltle e:nd wounded. Papachin then yielurd tihe point at issue, gravely firing the nine arnia re.qnitod, which the Frencu politely reLternal. lie Trouville's next estep was to Nrnd ca be'rl the gIleon, exproesing hin adiercaion oat :';,n ish gllantry, hiawish to res:r;e th r Iri;;a:e, and to renner any as. eiea:lnce in iiis :oarer. Thei iccident led to the edlp:ion of am generarrt rules as to saluting, rdl that particular form ofi human folly has nvaer si2no been paral. lele].
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
Local and Ceneral News. IM PoU!NDINs,.--i?imore.-- red and white cow, slit near ear. I red cow piece out under off ear. A strawberry yearling heifer dewlap cut: red and white yearlin heifilr: red yearling heiferand red yearling bhull. To be sold on gth. January. CHnlsTM.\s Senvice.-On Christmas Day a soecial ' Advent' service will be held at St. Matthew's Church, nd to give the edifice an appearance to soae extent hefitting the occasion, a hand of energetic workers will assemble this afternoon to exercise their gifts in the way of floral decoration. K aILORR BiUTTEX. The first shipment of Kilmore butter arrived in London during last week. and was soldat 1265 per cwt averaging ts ad per lb. which. added to the Govern ment bonus of od per lb will bring up the sale to Is ?d per th. The London merchants consider the butter the finest salted yet im. ported. PoLICE CouRT.-There were no cases to be heardl last Monday and in consequence the local Court did not sit. An interesting local case...
Things Worth Knowing. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
Things iTort liKnowing. A home-made cains tobserea is fash iniled by sim:ply dardenillg a room and permittihl n,, liahtto enter, except throuigh a small holh&lt;in the shutter or blind. Ilto this ti. a double convex glass, and the imaL-cs if extiernal objects i I heir native c olrswill bo see, on the wall, or on .. white seien placed to re ceive the light from hle eolopening. But tih picture is moot ditinetiy sceu owhen the image is formed or the back of a sil verized mirror. To cletan whits marble, take half a pound of pcarlalLh, eo pound of white n,-a:d pne-ilalf aiiti ' riof t soap. lial all together until quite thick, and put theorn a the marble when nearly cold. Allow it to remai:l on for twenty-four hours, then washl t' with soft water, and afterward polish ",ith linen cloths. A lhandy and ;eat way to solder is to cut out a piece of tin-foil the size of the surface to be soldered, then dip a feather in it solution of sal anuinoniae and we'over the surfaces cf the metal...
FIFTY LASHES. A Maori War Incident. IN FOUR CHAPTERS. CHAPTER III.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 December 1891
FIFTY LASHES. i A Maori War Incident. IN FOUR CHAPTERS. --------+··*** - Br ArnA WrESTnirY. CHAPTER III.--(CoTIru?en.) In our last number Bob Cable had de cided that there was something wrong ?uing on, and that he would see Major B-artonf. And away marched Bob, accompanied by S:antly, to the cormeandor's tent. Tie veteranl was in no humor to listen to any body. The court had decreed, and punishment must :follow. Tiherefore, Cable and the Maori were sent to the right-about in double quick titme. "A pretty story, indeed, to come here and tell the that the prisoner was aided and abetted by the sergeat:t of the tuard," cried the old ollicer ;as h, drir ssed for parade. " Egad, these fellows would swear a priest out of his robe, if need be. It won't do, though ; if discipline he not maintained the service will go to the devil. Bugler, sound the assembly." The suts was just beginninog to dip be lj- d the lofty peak of Egnjmnt. asAth. -a1n formed up on parade to witless the punishment, Oti...