ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Broadford Courier, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,522 items from Broadford Courier, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,522 results
People. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

People. Archibald Forbes ct.eclres that tbo late Count von bMoltke was the mildest-mernred man of war whom he ever knew. lis look was that of the scholar rather than the 'soldier. labirstein iivcs in shabbily furnished apartments in Dresden, hot owns a meagoil cent residence, which is entirely given up to his wife and sons. Ito is nearly blind from cataract. A celebrated lady expresses her opinion tlat a woman to be agreeable must listen. '" Keep a man wound up,"' she ays, "look as though you were hanging on his lips, and he'll think you charming." The Empress of China has started a vast silk weaving department, in which employ ment will be given to thousands of girls and women. The industry will be carried on in the palace grounds, which her majesty, by Chinese custom, is forbidden to leave. A sister of Christine Nilsson has been dliscovered at -Milwoakee in very otraitened eircumetance. She is the wile of a S'edish teacher, and has a daughter of uncom-mon musical promise. Steps wi...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
METROPOLITAN PREMIERSHIP [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

M?ETRPOLITAN PREntMIite tI F.ssendon v ?:lliamstown Carlton v (Geelong Fitzrov v Golliugwood South Melboune v Port . Ibhourne St Kilda v Richmond North Melbourse v Foot.c.ay *Melbourne v Adelaide June 25 "V'ictoria v South Australs .touth Melbourne v Willi-mstow n "Geelong v Ballarat A general meeting of the Broadford Football Club was held on Saturday evening at the Broadford iHoteL Dr Skinner in the chair. The minutes of the previous meet. ing having been read and confirmed, .lMr llowden's action on the assaci. ion wtas approved. A lengthydiscussion then enrot I as tothe most feasible way of oIlert-rs.ng the clubs funds, and it was u!timt?.?;n ."I-i t that Melisrs. Bi.trp. lIwden.tu l Ii ,', canvass the town ansd district i, h s : theclub. Previous todispyeroilu '?i.: presentedl Mr. R. Kenny with ; :.ur . - some fo?tball bouts, :ie gift o ? IPalmer, for ha'ing ksiked ,hr..:, number o.f goals I st;:se.ta:. Tt.: ch r;:' t on behalf of the club. thl:nke.lI ? .dn: "r t,+ his Iberal an...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Real Mean Remarks. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

Real Mean Remarks. *-· Priscilla : "Jack tried to kiss me last night and, do you know, i believe he had been drinking." Angelina : " He must have been." "I don't like that Farrish boy," said Araminta; "he'a too fresh." t" But think of the average if you and he were to marry," said the mean.spirited Arahella. Minnie: "Ilow dared you say that I spent all my time before the mirror?" amie: " I spoke hastily, dear, I forget that you are on the streets nearly half of your time." Minnie: "Poor fellow I I hated to relfre him, but it was impossible to do otherwise. And then he went away and got awfully intoxicated." Mamie : "I wonder why it is that a man always thibnks drinking a neceessary part of a celebration ?"

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wanted to Get Even. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

Wanted to Get Even. A policeman found a boy last Monday pelting with mud a week's washing that hung on a clothes-line. " Look here, young chap. I'll have to run you in if you're up to such mischief as that. What do you mean, hey ?" "l'm trying to get even with the meanest man in Baiiaera," asid the boy. "What's he been doing to you ?" "P,zened my dog. A little kid of a doe that .:n't never hurt a tly I Said he wanted to try some new kind ! pizen to see how nt worked. Say ! jeet lemme ,it that shirt bue. zum one good whack .f mud." "No. you can't," said the policeman. " You mus'n't take the law into your own hande. He'll get punished all right if you let him alone." " Tink eo l" " Yes; his conscience will troqble him night and day for doing such a mean rae." "Oh, come off, Ir Policeman1 a man wot'll pizen a innercent dog wot never hurted him ain't got ez much conecience as a flea. El you think he'll get the irineauza, or have the lockjaw, or ret runned over, it's all righ: an' I'll w...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
She Knew Mr. Simpson. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

She Knew Mr" Simpson. Two refined-looking ladies sat in the mem hebor' gallery of the Hlouse of lispresentativte picking out the various statesmen on the , fioor with the ai the id o the chr the Con greseional directory. A rather loudly ht. tired young lady eauntered in and took a seat beside them. "Do tell me where Jerry Simpson is," ex claimed the newcomer; "I have heard so much about him." One of the ladies pointed out the Alliance Kansan in the arena beneathb. " Oh, no, that isn't Jerry Simpson," pro tested the load poung lady confidentially. " I would know him because I have seen hie pictures." " And I have known Mr Simpson for some time myself," replied the lady. " Well, he does not seem to be snoh a hand looking iman after all," the vociferous young lady commented, after a careful scrutiny. " I wonder if he brought his wile with him." "I believe she is in the city," the quiet lady answered. "Iwould like to see her, too. They do say she isn't so very awful. How do you think sh...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lace Cur[?]—How to Wash Them at Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

Lace Curnlttas - IIow to iYWash lthem at Ilotte. Take down the curtains carefully, shake them briskly, to scatter the dust which clings to the upper folds. Have ready wash. tubs nearly filled with cold water, a tub for each pair of curtains. It taken down in the mornming, let them soak till the not morn. tog before disturbing them, then press, not wring, the water ourt f them. It they atill appear very dingy, add fresh water; for it they are very much soiled, it will take ro veated soakings, and several changes of water, to render them fit for waoling. It there are careful washers they can then be cut into the regular wash, and he g ntly jre-ed and rubbed with the hands. Then boiled or scalded. Let them dry before starching, and if tern, mend them. Ule clear starch and let it be well boiled. Thie I meut be made rather limber than sliG, arnd should not stand cut in firm folds when dry, or they will loose their lace-like charactieris ties. After starching, hang them earefolly over the...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEALTH HINTS FOR MONARCHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

HEALTH HINTS FOR' "MONARCHS. The recent death of King Humburt of I Portugal, brought on by a severe cold con tracted early in the autumn, brings up the thoughts that I tyalty as a rule is not ce.rent enough of itself. Now, as cold weather is approaching, it beboveas every King and Queen of the effete monarchies of E1-urpen to lay in his or her winter clothing, even if they feel the expnsen is a little mars that they can bear, after having laid in toe winter's epples and pctatces. A fee hints in this connection, on "Royal loiment fcr Winter," may not be out of place. The fashion papers ants tailosnr magazines are all notably silent r= ?ae Fen jeer. They give page after page, tolling how I a dndt should get himself up eo an to attendi a ball or opera, but they do not say a word about what kind of a robe a kinn should wear when lie go?s to market or when hers ceives callers. This is not treating the king esq:are. We are no champion of royalty, but we believe in giving royalty as good a...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Some Light Weight Thoughts. A Change to Reds. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

---t***+~--- A Chat:e to I-tds. The old man had -cu:e out to feed my mule, and aa I ?ra tutrkng to tlhe wif two t r lbroe of the cjiltrnatl Or!a Lanr'l:nll titour.d her. Toe youngetr, a buy of tliaa., was itry ing to climb up on lar lap when the roe c:td out for a botk on the tland and uted at to gire him a aeounldu:g bu ton th:e :ar. li ran away howling,; gad ?s ahe bEghaL ta1cAog how t.ra:hibetrue ca:oditaa wtioe I statied : "h Ilaven't ou u ve r L,.:,d, ma'am, that box. ing, t chiilse I'e[rt tly c ::t t .ase di uclJs't' "LI! no !" the replied, "''Des anycno reaily Fay ao ?" "All aurgeona ray to, and there ia no doubt of it." " I it poroiblo ! Exucue me a minute." She went to the Ieak door riot called h"Jnry-oh ! lnry t!" to :er huebnod, and whenl he came in ese 'aid: "I've found out all about it from the stranger." " What?" " Why, the reason that every one of our eeven young 'un8 are gittn' (eat us ad. dera." "What's the cause ?" " It's our boxin' 'em cn the cora with that perty ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Joker Outwitted. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

A Jol;er OutLwitted. Among the frequcntera of a well.kn'nn 'ri'ia tl etaurant was a certain method.ical ersonage, who dined there every day, .n4 "alwa; at the same table, which the pro. rieter, with due regard for so regular a ir?eomr. specially rerceved for him. Once, ,.wover, by some mistake of the waiter, he i,:a?.d. o: arriv~g, his usual place already coup,:d by a stranger; and, inwardly retting at the disappinotment, entered into :onversation with nse mistress of the estab. ,hmeulnt, who preeidedi at the counter, and ,waited the intruder's departure as patiently as poesihle. The latter seemed in no hurry, for after uh bad cJnsulted the bill of fare he ordered aj ther dish and a fresh bottle of wine; ?pring which, the regular patron,oho would rather have gene without his dinner than taken any place but his own, resolved at all hozards to get rid of the unwelcome guest, and addressing the hostesse in a low tone, in. auired it she knew who the individual et the tasle was. "Not in ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Dont's For Wives. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

Dont's For Wives. Don't "on " your husband. Don't think your husbanad' heart is bigger than his stomach. Don't be afraid to acsertyourrights as an equal partner with your husband. Don't repent what your husband tells you. Don't whine. Don'e be afraid to live wilhin yourmeans. Don't try to wear a £5 bonnet on a twenty-five-cent income. Don't attempt to make a "society man" of your husband. Don't complain when your husband wants you to stay at home with him in the even itg. Don't publish your domeetio grievances abroad. Don't scold any more than is necessary " to keep pence in the family."

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

Debiioy. L-a i l-1: raait of Re at "; .(', Er:-.ding Ti.c-tdiuiiiurou bh!aotli:e P e.IS i fl.Ihi!::e of rHeat '..d!y ICouitenance 3)i.liucliu.=.t.lG to Work Eclhxatint Gf th6 Yelne lPac and 'lcklla Aippetii C'L'r.-i1 Languid Feclinga . ,hiv.ag.; o~ Cold Feeliigpe Fcoiat!??l General Wc&lknesl ia.lr i:i the Chest aftar eating .iehirnG L;ilub anil rising frnm bed Er:ct?cLonl o-f Wind from Stomachl L.a (e o C?n?al Alliration and vitallty. 0 Sa * # * - it FOR F5EEDY CURE E CONSULT .l;T. EA6ST BE ABBOTT, « 19 QUEEN'S WALK 1. (CEpofritLn 4'oiliT al - S MELBOURNE. , * a... - - .-- - CONSULT DR. T. atoo dAbbott ...: uy's Hcpital, London, and ilnt Surgonl Leicester Hospital, Eng. . ; ,/ i. t !2I.Jeviicj Leoardts f. i ...; .:riGriin nc:, d I 7totria. THE ONLY fV :' i 1i 'iMS; LV EXPERT 2TL 2VOUS (AILMENTS DISEASES OF WONEIN. :.'.ý:tising in Australia. " H;ERESTING LETTER O. A WE.L*ENOO S :ECIALIST. '-.!L ..':v\v.iETN, hbo is duly Quwlled tld S : ; 'l. Isro that by l1.':i'nI lomn tts sl...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
It Could Not Be. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

It Coelefl Not Be. He put on his hat, started slowly for the door, hesitated, came back, sighed deeply and took the lily white hand in his own and pressed it to his lips. "Katie," he murmured, "1 have waited long-oh, how long 1-for this opportunity. Will you, Katie, will you, darling, be mine P" " Henry," she replied, with a look half of sorrow and half of determination, "it can never be." '·Never be I Oh, why have you permitted me to hope 1 W'hy have you encouraged me, only to stamp upon my bleading heart at last?" " ! am sorry, HIenry; but I can never be yours. I have other objects in view." other objects." - Yes, Henry; I cannot consent to belong to any man. I intend that you shall be mine." Woman: "Hare you been a tramp long 2" Tramp: "Pretty much all my life, ma'am; it runs in the family. My poor old father was a professional for twenty.seven yearn, but the other day he struck big luck." Woman: "Did he come into an immense fortune. Tramp: "Well-er-no, note quite. Some influenti...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bric-a-Brac. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

Iric-a-rPrac. A resident of Queenstaanl. ro?e 'vy wr.t rto the CGoverumeut of that e..lony, rsuge.stin, a day of prayer, for the p::rpose of o.,iletiln ralbits, after which they sho'ltd be killed and forwarded in eighty pound tins as thid !,: tile Russian Jews. The idea is a good ,oie; hut it should he rittenled in other hilnettiona. Foriustance, while they are at it. ihey mi:ht also pray that a portin of the rabbits miiitht grow into fat aheep and cattle for the puirpse of feeding the thousand families who are at present obtakiing food from the eGvernmernt at Drisbane; and they rmight as well as': thct a few of them miuht be taanstormed into amnels to carry the Kanakas to tihe b or tor .f the Styr, as soon as they haoe eoirpileti d their eontracts with the sugra plantatiiits. it is a mistake not to make most oat o a good thing. A judgment of importance with regard to the rating powers nf municipalitioe was de livered by Judge Hamitmin in the Coulnty Court on Saturday. The Lc.dt Gov...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

Talrnys-k v li?salt, eT ,,+ ,rect This mathtll rvru;tsed in an easyt viatry fIr T.ala rooke by v roatls to nil. -.. :'i. vft {-p i- . :rtes.' r rý- ar- t Swail ".*a, te.:i d m;."rh Sev- , .r crnlme off victorious iby three goals to roa,. IBRtoanvORD V. i.nlni:wtanrn. 'FT s mat-h was played on t!: rona- c O ths folr'ler u:a td ien1itd i"r tn' eane wisr ihr the home t-am. flowldvn Iad the locrls atlaj Blg. thCe visitors, J. Taylor, Aven:l, acting as centre! umpire.l Play -' coarmen-a.l puoatua!la at i.'I, and from a ho.rulre thaa BrartdF diianrr treedv t?he oval - to Lo.,?rn-v-i.d tererrrr, sheret it havered ra nd r'e pc-t for soin tIm e. Ii. Joune a' Il gth ..a a-rcl-rI a tcark and tried For ga: winitt a rropl-ki.:' but only a behand resulted. From the kirk olffthe ball was armia taken hack and al'aer some ecritnmagine in front - ,n h. r i si:; tiher locals, loorased the play an.,l i Vt'hyh e neva-r. itg the oval, by a wc-,ldir., tidtalace-okirk succeeded in raising th ITre tsote. Of...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Who Invented the Pianu. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

W?i10 litVClttl tl:e P?aniu a At this day there are savage tribes that seR epeciedof bow with a t tning-pep. In playing it they hold it in their teeth, and abile the twanging is done with the right •and, the hit is elipping along the string to vary the tones. Tne bow gave way to a primitive how.shaped harp. Looking at modern instruments, you will see that many of them retain their bow shape, as, for in. etanoe, the violin, the guitar, and the man. dolin. Later came the pealter of the fBible. We are told that Pythagoers, who lived in the Eilth century D.C., weBa the first to mnca sore a vibrating etring stretched between bridges on a resonant box, and by shitti:g the bridges he was enabled to determine the intervals of the Greek octave scale. Thin was termed a monocherd, and it is said to have been used by Guido d'Ar zza, the famous monk, who is credited with being the founder of our musical system, and the inventor of the eol-la syllables. The clavichord, which eoon appeared was the...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The S[?] Council and the Health Officer. SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING. SHIRE PRESIDENT THREATENS TO RESIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

,itllth (Oiicer. SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING. SHIRE ESIDENT TIREATENS TO RESIGN. A SPECIAL :eeCiug of the B oadford Shire Comial, convened Iby the Presi dso., to,k f ace at the Shire Hall on Monday #,r the purpose of dealing with a laet? published in the corres pondence cbimins of the BROADFORD Oju:,uat , a iic was alley 1 to contain a:'?te ate arrounting to a flag. ant charige agasist certain councillors. All the councilbrs were present. The l'r .ident rtad a letter from Mr. FPn S:l.y, the }r cretary, apologizing for ,hat officer's unavoidable absence, due t lithe clasi of a pressing and unex r.t:'.l engagement elsewhere. The President : This is extremely uncfortunate, inasmuch as Mr. Fennelly hI's taken wi;h him the key by which we get accesl to the books, and we aae thierefore ddpr'ved at this meeting of the minutes and other evidence which is necessary for the purpose of deal:ng with the business. The meeting how ever is called fo: the express purpose of dealing w;th Dr. Skinner's l...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fellowship Union Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

Anono the lor,1 socitietnes which 7hilta:iS h t.uiet eartentl cts th ir vi ,,r tu.. useilntese To 7:u t rrak itu a fe ui'.iet paoo tion the Rrlmtd.ord branch o;the Chnisil', Fel!owEbip union. Thise s,,rieties athi, h :t* touorishin; in all parts of the coietlo re, number ?8 in al!!; ltd Lof thNes s Pny a, eigl:t have been eauttLl;:.ed dul:ig :le jast month, One of the pletuog feat res of the Droadfird branch is tlet Lrec.dtii of s~,isl s mpathy which ctheacteri;es it. The r1n00. htrs art as though they hit it wis use:Il, to ettudy the tlirit of C'list llnka thtr reu?cad it to immediate and local i.pucace: and hence the reailents Saur agreeLt:.ysnr prised by gener:lrs itlittin l at,., these apecialsti !ini.! whlichi ttto i:'~e"+ it time tl, tite. nthier o hthe stoiiss, f.r bith ts; oeit eniots a well-.e"i;i suop1utation t.I,"k ; ,h . at the PLeebyteSian Ciurch on Iidlav hit. where by lpecild iuitation a l: ge. co?mp~n? assembled at 8 ,'elock. Theh t,hb': :it:',. ments wale in thli ha...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[COPYRIGHT.] Fernbrook's Double. A Romance of Maoriland. CHAPTER XXVI.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

Icorrclerlr.j ornbr Dubie, A Romance of Maoriland. BY ,d'1T.d TVWESTBUR.II CIHAPIER XXVI.-(CosnTsEron) Dusk stared, and becalme suspicious instantly. " Is it necessary that I should answer that question, madam 1' "No; if vou do not think it a fair one,"she replied. "Your preoent posi tion does not appear very enviable, per haps I may help you to liberty. Are you the man who accompanied Mr. Hilton Fernbrook from England ? " Yes, I came here to arrest Victor 3Iauprat." "Tihank you. Titori !"and slhe turned to the chief. "I have to crave the life of this Pakeha." "Tilhe h:ko is yours," answered the relbel leader, with another stltaly bend towards ier. " Whyoki, take back your warriors. The Pakelha is free to denart. I have spoker.." Taere was no more to ibe s id after the last brief sentence. Oaca it is uttered by any one of the race, it is as unalterable as tihe laws of the Medes and Persians. Tie Maori guard wheeled about and marched back without their captive, while Te Cra whislpere...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Preparing For It. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

Preparing For It. ----+++- Mr Billne (callit g down tl:e ltrirwt)): "Maria. have the ealdrten gcre to othoat ? rc DBillu6 : "Yee." "This is the girl'e day out, isn't it ' Yee. She's gore." "This is not the minieter't day to call, is ",No." "Any of the neighbors likely to Crop in during the next hour or Eo '", " I think not." "You're alone, are you ?" " Ye. What do you-" "Then pot Eome cotton in y?or cars, Maria. J am going to shave Ita?elf withl that new razor you gave me the other day, "Your mother, I understand, has been very ill, Thdmae " " Yes, sir." "Ie she mendirg, Thomas !" "Mendia' ? No, indeed ! She said I could go without clothes before Eht wt.ld sew another durned tith.b, The gambler who follows his ante is often obliged to hunt up his unc!e. A short term order. Tis honor's aci. sion-thirty days in the llou~e of Cortec. tion. It is useletess to tell a pretty girl to regret. Iler mirror dote that with entire eratt-ce. tion. Matrimony is all right as long as both hueband an...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOOD STORY. Foiling A Fiendish Plot; OR, A CRYPTOGRAM FROM DICKENS. TOLD BY AN EX-DETECTIVE. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 17 June 1892

GOOD STORY. I Foiling A Fiendish Plot; oh, A CRYPTOGRAM FROM DICKENS. Tom By as Ex-DETEcrEvz. PART I. I was sent at an early hour one morn ing down to Kew. Nothing was said of the business for which I was required. and so I neither expected anything ex citing nor interesting, mysterious nor sensational. Of course it was flattering in the ex treme to be deemed " a .ighly skilial and discreet officer of the first rank," for that was the kind of individual the person who had written from Oldenberg IlHuse required "to be turned on " at a moment's notice; but, although young and enthusiastic, still I did not much fancy the business upon which I was bound. When 1 crossed the bridge, and had Oldenburg llouse pointed out to moe, I was perhaps more disgusted than ever, for I found that the building was a "semi. nary for the higher education of the daughters of gentlemen." I p lused at the gate before ringing, and that little delay provea to me that I wa anxiously looked for. While my hand wa...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x