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Kilmore Turf Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894

.Kil,,,,,,. Tu'rf C-lub. _ -- I PRESIDETr : T. F. urray Esq.; .Vice-presi dents: )i. I. Straughan Esq., and W. J. Anthony Esq; Stewards: Messrs. J. Chester, T. Phillips, .I. Proudfoot, 1R. Fennelly. G. D. Mason; Judge: T. Hunt Esq.: Starter: James Ahearn Esq; Ilandicapper; MIr. W. E. Dakin; Clerk of 'the Course: Mr. F. WV. Bantock ;' Clerk of Scales: Mlr. J. Cushen ; Timekeeper : Mr . . Morrissey; Treasurer: Mr. T. I. Slater; Secretary : Mr. A. G..31, Hudson.

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WON AT LAST. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894

had b S WON LAST. 'I ---a- --" By HS.NRY KINGSLEY, Author of dau: " Ravenshoe," etc. said! (corrSx?un.) m 'Mr. Maudlaant went round to farmer Willes. roseb len'saton:e; and aftera somewhat dificult "C teroie, the former agreed to go to Barum hav the next morning, to scold Charles and to bail a be" him out. They went, but Charles had been "A dicharged live hours previously, and was gone many no one knew wliither. proer The next day came tha following letter from ihe Chirles:- like " -MI DEt P.FtTrn, I greatly regret that I T hire deceived ou for the first time in my life; eye and I ought, I suppose, to regret that I cannot attra regret i:. staple 'My life was utterly unendurabe. I had no " opening, anl no chance of any oaening in the my d wrld. With the education of a gentleman, I L was leading the life of a clodhopper. Only one said, thing prevented me from enlisting in a dragoon as 0 eiment, and that wasmy love for Mary Will- da neden. She urged on me that I could never busba mary ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894

_ siaess Notices. WANTED TO BUy, ABBIT and Oposz Skim ides, Bark, Sheepskins, and deessax. . :LLOYDBO S. AND AIAGINNIS are ,ash purchas. rs of any quantity, PLUMB~ERS & TINSMIHS SlOW nd Agg, HIGr.ST, BBOADFORD public meetin ._s!t" u hel , afs •e: .rTANKS, MILK & CHEESE VATS, &e.? ,lilk and Cream Cars at redced prices, MIDWIFE AND LADY'S NURSE PILNAGER Sr., Broadford..Frst-class Re ference,. W. Palmeor, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, BROADFORD. L ADIES' and Gents' ooots of all descrip-. ,ion made to order. Aspinall's Enamel, In 15o beautiful colors. - T ?SFD by all the aristocracy of the old country. Non-poisonous. Easy of application. D:ies quickly. Does not crack. lericves and beautifies old' chairs; baskets, bedstsads, &c. It is a pleasure to use it, and the results are most pleasing. SOLD BY ALL STOREKEEPERS..: EcLean Bros. & Ria Linitd, lelbourn I? , . SOLE AGENTS. NOTICE. rflHE best and cheapest stock of Electro-plated sare, gas and : kerosene chan...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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The Broadford Courier, AND REEDY CREEK TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 5. 1894. Creat Libel Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894

AND REEDY CREEK TIES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 5. 1894. i Lt iie! Case. o s arri- . was the amounlt of' o. p practer was suppcedil "otf coo sned at the hands of ,.ncant, and in summing up iudge put the case in a very favorable light, so far as the plain tiff was concernied. He put it to the jury in this way :-the plaintiff says "I y character has been damaged, While these blots remain upon it, I cannot go forth into .the world ana claim the consideration from railway companies, and persons engaged in railway mnatters I am entitled to. I must wipe that stain off my name, before I can once more hope to get employment, w.iclh my services, ability and exoerience entitle me to, and I expect from you sub stantial 'edanages to-day, something that will shoow to the world that my character has been vilified and aspersed without there being reason for it." -'~T;. S.'EIaGT could not com plain of this any "ao.e thean he could complain of come other portions of the Judges chai?re ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PASTORAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894

PASTORAl. I A rc:,rd c f the yerh (p , * rui? w1u"11. of coutr.", bt, i, uu,pie:c wi:zar.ut u r, th,?n p ussi v r f Ur't?c t' th w ,o! trat , - : wuhirhl n:.uy :f our r:uder; are :. 4er-y: identified. ?i\ ? t y.e oha i- te cat.?I ",-y duty ,.es hcrr," ,was-i. Gilli- ý' reply the last time the Atiecy-Gcneral was offered to him. Ile has now found that his interest lies in London. Ilow soon the steel follows the magnet, cnarsacetl stics 01 the s.esoU now Clo>ling and of recor:ing the salient points in con* nection with the year's clip just disp 'sod of ,re have placed ourselves in commuinicatlon with Mlessls. Younghusb:and and Co. Ltd., the well-known wool brokers of Bourke. street. One of the youngest firms in thin trade .essrs. Youunghusband and Co. have levoted their attention more particularly t the agecy of the smaller araziers, whose icterests ;ot one time were absorbed in those of the larger flock owners. The wisdom of sunch a branco of the wool business has been shown by the...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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LOOKING BACKWARD [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894

LOOKING SACKI WA1R A Roetrospect of Victoria dur!ng 1803-Theo FPolitial, Monetaray, ioaalt.Comnerltal and industrenl Happenir't. r. *.hi u ast YeaP -The Progecss or r.i:n!n;:. A:riculturg Pa?stom1 PPnuits and t.nlu:f?turets Chnts with the r .peeantatJves oft AustrdJa's Stunta PursuitE- "Atritolna' on .Now onellces r Fbarming - The .Economist" argucs on rno financial Condition the pravlnce - t na edcore of the Morgue. Copeoightd--Thr tedera. Asso:riev' of ourealists,) 'Tti: V,'cl 1ttr93 hIs d thti?ely proved tothe pessimisrt much that hi c.arpig soul dehlights -in, for in ?ood truth Ittle- has obtained .towards the itmpravmtt er c::tnattl from the slough of desound ncy .tad co?ljequent 'depression with whlch it was ua red in Revelations of fruai, chic.m.tryli rotten commercii l told Iti a ncil riatt h i funs have baeen common, and t th pen, f the diurnal and hebdomtadar srrtes have been pushed 'along at high.ursur. nee-rd in tbrir efforts to record the rutten,:ss pl those in:stitutio...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894

WIT AND HUMOUR. ioset men have a thought for others, but it is too often how to get the advantage of 1 them.-" Cleveland Plain Dealer." The man who goes without an overcoat this winter can hug his memories of the fair and etill be happy.-" Memphis Commercial." CHANGED HER NAME. Her mother named her "Mary "-that good, old-fashioned name And all through school she wore it, contented with the same But when she graduated, and left the school behind, She dropped the "r," and " ay" became 'twas so much more refined. She's married now, and off the hands of her enduring pa ; Stdll more her name has been reduced -her youngest calls her "Ma." W" oEI.L, THAT S AWFUL 1" o "I understand," said Mrs Connoisseur, as ashe swept into her seat at the Academy of - Music, " that Herr Sopolisbie is to play." " Ain't that nice?" responded Mrs Par a venue. " He's a regular masterpiece on the d fiddle." " Ahem ! Yes. Had you heard that he has a Stradivarius ?" " No Is that possible '" " I heard so." "Where ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VARIOUS PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894

VARIOUS P'ARS. On June t an action for alleged libel, £25f oo amages claimed, was os mmenced against tiheA.dge newspaper by Richard f, night, late cl:ilman of the Railuay- Comrrtssioner. 'l he case lasted nearly go days, proceedings havind to he adjeurnrd on account o thie serious illness, through cld, of th r. Justice Hodges, before whot, aid ea ury of tvrelve this colossal and most tedlious case was heard. in!dlb.roigh, lMort and Lo. L.oIoIted, the well nown wool brokenr, rsuspended payment on loth June, through hnanenal laeanlrln.s in Enland con cerning the monetary atar of the coiony. riloinss was temporarily carried on it trutt. The number of sudden and ierlent deaths p to December 7 was S lo, against bo or tihe prevtou year. Fmom Janulary, tr, to Noermbuer of the same year the number of aretet., fiturrrally Inft driu ten ncos. anmountd to lt3rl, Woit lst rn 92, for the same number of month, the nounber war 17,254. It is cheering to note from the.re ngurrs thatP \ctiria is mora...

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Home and Fireside, [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894

Home and Fireside, Psrs To BOTrtL.-Plums are amongst the mit best adapted for preserving in every ssible way, but the snniler method (if well v-irried nut) is always the most successful in "end. Pc them on a dry, sunny day, izea thetm nup hermetically with well fitting corks. tie them down \lth parchment, bury them in the ground at the depth of abut a yard. and use themn when wanted. Or, rib the fruit carefully with a soft cloth. and ;rack in wide-mouthed bottles. Tihe botthl should bold as many plums as p s sibl vithout unduepressure. As the ?tck ing roceeds, sprinkle some caster sugar over then, its the proportion of about 4~z. of sugs to every pint and a Ialf of fruit. and. it deired. put in a few pieces of cinnamon or vanilS. Over the fruit place a well-fitting - pienot paper soaked in the best brandy, and tie te bottles down first with a clean soaked blader. and then with a squate of linen. The are then place as Lain-maire in a l rge prerving pan with cold wat r. after having b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Madame Patti, [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894

Madame Patti, i A ELglish paper contains a pretty story about MIadame Patti. She was staying at Craig-y-nos, and a Welsh pearant woman was gossiping about her to some visitors who stopped at her little cottage, I think for a drink of milk. " Ah," said one of her callers, " I am Patti." " Oh," begged the woman with a naivete of the rustic, " would you sing me something, please T" "V, -v well," commanded the singer, "shut the door." So the door was shut, and Patti sang the Welsh peasant woman "Homre, Sweetolosre.' Who would not have been twat peasant for the space of Patti's song? At the rate of Patti's princely salarie, her kindly deed must has been equal ja gift of L100. 0

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GENERAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894

GENERAL EXTRACTS. TH An ingenious fraud upon the octroi, or local Customs, has (reports a London paper) been discovered at Carches, in the Department of the Seine-et-Olse. Two - Dear men named Verot and Chauvet were the No proprietors of a phaeton, which was 0Os supposed to do duty as a sort of Idol omnibus, for carrying people backwards By and forwards between Paris and the NorI suburb o .St. Ouen. In reality it was Cr used for smuggling spirits into the Ido capital. The framework of the vehicle Its . was made of iron, and was, in fact, Nr nothing but a great tank covered with No Cushi.;, ..,and .oldinr sutellltnelg like it 120 gallons of liquid. So ingeniously Orst was it constructed that the revenue Th authorities never suspected the fraud, But and the discovery was only made Tbh in consequence of information they re- I ceived in an anonymous letter. The men Iwi have been sent to prison for six months, Os and a woman named Barbot, who kept a Upo wine shop and who was also implica...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BRITISH NAVY. THE NECESSITY FOR STRENGTHENING IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894

THE BRITISH NAVY. th o ever THE NECESSITY FOR STRENGTHEN- thern ING IT. B1! The English papers delivered to-day the contain much matter of interest on the sub- warn ject of the British navy, the strengthening of desti whichis at present the burning question in and Imperial politics. Fra Lord ;harles Beresford, in a letter ex- after planatory of his views, writes thus:- did t Had it not been that I was placed on fall me pay a month before it was expected, my pro- made gramme would have been read before the London Chamber of Commerce, and the dred necessity of its contentions illustrated by of fi acts. As you are aware, say s. [or me to read the first mas, there was only ti l-rotection of the is ns of a series of ape - whole, fora prop( o policyof part defence inllitsvr intricaries. TheEmpire prin has shuffled and bl dered along for a num- soon ber of years without such a policy. The are, duty I oweto discipline preventss me taking repli any active ~art in such matters now I am on so-...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Incidents of War. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 12 January 1894

Incidents of War. General C. H. Howard, United States -Army, has communicated to the English Peace Society a paper in which he re marks: Crowded into one summer morning ofbattl were one or two personal incidents which ma help to give the true signifcance to historq figures-so many wounded-so many killed1 Before our brigade was fully engaged' passing to the left where firing had begun, met four men tenderly bearing in a blanket wounded officer. In a moment I learned,i was the Colonel in command of the Si Pennsylvania regiment-my friend, a belove and trusted oflicer. Hewas already dead. A little later in the morning my own brother received a rifle ball in the elbow joint; It went' crashing through the joint and lodged in the upper bone of the arm. His arm was amputated that afternoon. How little does the statement of these facts convey, asto the pain endured, as to the agony of the hearts in the far-off hoae ; as to a maimed bodyfor life in the oneinstance,' and in the other a widowed...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
French Canadians and the English. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 12 January 1894

French Canadians and the English. The following extract from the "West minster Gazette" amplifies intelligence al. ready cablei. The hostility of the French.Canadians to everything English has of late developed to a marked extent, and hasnow found expression in an attempt to blow up Nelsons monument at Montreal. The plot had been planned with great deliberation, and had not one of the conspirators lost heart at the last moment and given. information to the police; an ex plosion of the most disastrous character would have occurred in the cen-e of the city. The Nelson monument is in Jaoques Cartier-square, and faces the City Hall The police anuthorities, onreceivinogintelligence of the design, were prompt to act. A body of detectives was placed on the watch, disposed in different dlirections, near the monument. Early yesterday morning the conspirators arrived on the spot. They were three in number, and were immediately arrested before they could carry out theiripurpose. One of them wa...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN AGE OF ELECTRICITY. MODERN INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 12 January 1894

AN- ACE OF ELECTRI?TY. NIODEIiNINVENTIONS. It is a mere platitude, of course, to say that in America inventions are being carried out on-a great scale and with a rapidity greatly in excess of Europe. But the mere statement so made gives no idea of what ii being actually done in' this country; and so (says the New York correspondent of the London "Daily Chronicle") I propose to state briefly the facts in order to give English people an idea of how far behind they are in the application of modern science to the needs of modern life. I was in a house the other day in Pitts3lurg, whose owner was absent at Chicago, some 500 miles distant. Hie wife informed me that she had jest been enjoying a conversaion with her absent husbandthrough the L.osO-nG*DMACE TELLTIOxE, the wires of whioh were connected at the one end with his hotel in Chicago, and at the other with his house in Pittsburg. In every large hotel in the United States the long-distance telephone is an institution; and at this mome...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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WON AT LAST. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 12 January 1894

:wIN iT LAST. - - By HENRY KINGSLEY, Authc:r of " navenshoe,' etc. S(oo~.?crc.) . .The man whom the bishop had called a poig looked sleadily at her, and Mr Mordaant aW a tear trickle down his face. Lord Barnstaple was himself in one moment, however. ".May I a.kthisyog lady to retire while we talk business," he said. " We have secret to tal of, which most be trusted to no ears but ocr own." Mary hurriedly retired, and Lord Barnstaple, with a bow, opened the door for her, and shut it after her. ".Nowr,ir.Iordauat, o wa are alone to gether. I will tellyou what is the matter. with you. You are horribly poor." " Yes, my lord," "And yon are bullied out of your, life by a -acal and a prig. The rascal is Easy, and the pri the Archdeacon." "I will not say a word against either of thlem," said Mr Mordaont. " No but I know it. It is in our favor that t1hArchdeacon is not only a pro but a flonkey; it is in our, favor that the fellow .ray is not only a rogue but a flunkey; by one bist strske I c...

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The Paper Mill. COAL FOR FUEL IN FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 12 January 1894

'Thie Paper Mill. COAL FOiR FUEL IN FUTURE. Tere notification, during the Xmas holidays, that the use of wood for fuel was to be dis continued at the Paper mill, and that in future coal was to be used. caused some con sternation in Brohdford. - ince the op ?"ing of the Mili, an enormous quantity of strirgy bark wood has been regularly used for fuel, and has provided a: source of employment for a large number of men, the majority of whom will now, for a time at any rate he thrown out of work. Trie irst cconsignment of coal consisting of about 20 tor.s arrived at the mill on M:onday last and the furnaces having burn altered to suit the new order of things. steam was got up on Tuesday with coal fires. The stokers were rot over-pleaed at the change as being unused to coal they found it hard to keep up up the required pressure of steam but it is believed that with a little experience they will have no ditliculty in doing this, and should it become absolu tely necessary, a couple of stean...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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Kilmore. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 12 January 1894

TrF. long promised diamond drill has at last arrived at K-ilmore, and will he set to work immediately ;t tioldie. Superintendent .I. Toohey is gazetted licensing inspector for Kilmore and neigh boring districts. Let us hope he will be instructed to take up his residence here where there are excellent quarrters. The time for big gooseberries has just passed. and now se have something else big. We have on view at this office a potato, grown by Constable Finn, of Kilmosre, and it turns the scale at 2S ozs-it would be worth just 3jd at the rate potatoes were selling at aefore Christmas. We hope an efficient constable like Mr. Finn will not be induced to give up the force, for what appears the far more lucrative industry of potato-growing, in which he seems pro ficient. Durieg the holidays, and the past few days the business at the local police court was not brisk-folks must be getting better, even in this district of already good repute. There was one case, however, which deserves speci...

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A Magnificient Adjustment. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 12 January 1894

1 M iagtilicien?t A.dijusttlment. Tem. ath, un,! doubtedly, is a fine piece a. ci :,:ha,i.tatt. It has lat-"ly u he-n bri0ht to a Ivery hi1gL st.te of pierfi.tion. One of the r vnat wondertoid piectie il the whole of thle Ses,,nnement is the tilte spiral spring cn .ii tamly known as the hair spring. The way I in which this coil is temtper-d its truly moar. i:.los. Frminnany vears it was a perfect sere, and.ercu now certain large fn(-tries where the watch is nra;ufia.tured pride therll. oeica eipnu the pe?:cirtin ar..t ereptiortnal!ly t!ie temper the, threr into thin spring. Let eitlh:r the ,lain oar lair sprino break awln the ,hole train coml:es iot a staael0till. lBoth are indispensal,, and e?,h .A st? at:ie pierfect acti onoill w t itltese osiigs arre t ?e ttll he watclih, the liver ant kidhtes are to the bo.ly. OnI the one hand you have the liver in the forl of a large gland or secretlig organ separating bile from thte blood, anrd also making glycrogen from it; while on the other...

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LAYING FOUNDATION STONE OF KILMORE SHIRE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 12 January 1894

LAYING FOUNDATION STONE OF KILMORE SHIRE HALL On Thursday last the foundation stone of the new Shire Hall was laid by Mr. Thomas F. Murray, the President, at whose invitation were present his colleagues in the Council, the shire officers, certain ex councillors, and a few other prominent men, including the member for the district (Mr. J. Gavan Duffy) the President of the Springfield Shire (Mr. ii. Robinson) and others. A.ir .a8 re. an 1number adiness. the groua was photo f local artists, immediately after sich the stone was declared" well and trulytaid," by the President. who in an apparenttl'scientfitc manner had taken the level of the liandsoime and huge b!ock of bluestone. 8M?. Murray havirg made a few remarks appropriate to the occasion, was followed by thee lion J. t;avan Duffy. in a felicitous speech, and by two of the oldest er-councillors, Messrs. Thos. ~cs5ence and John Taylor .. P. The customary cheering was indulged in, the President, the member for the district, the arch...

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