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

Tallarook. A ct.een arrest was made here on Thurs day evening by Senior-constable Alexander atd Constable Lamb'en, who succeeded in arresting a Dane named Chris. Neilson. aged about 30, on a charge of burglary. It appears that the accused had with his mate been committing a series of burglaries in and around Yea a couple of days pre viously. His accomplice has nut been arrested. On New Year's Night a wery successful ball was held in the Mechanics' institute, and was largely attended It is the inten. tion of the committee to arrange a similar re-union at an early date. The floor was in splendid condition, and the tmusic was supplied by Mr. Heyman, giving general satisfaction. The Free Library Committee have just added a number of newv volumes to the library. which will no dubt be appreciated by the subscribers.-Telegraph.

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

The Oieat-!narkieing Com Inittee. 'IttI report of Lord Ouslow's select committee of inquiry into the methods of tmarkmg imported meat brings out one prime fact of significance, to nit, that the average quality of imported beef and mutton is higher than t'iat of the home grown article. But the ?iritish butcher, Saware of the lalse-founc d prejudice against the imported article, lab Is it ".English," "',cotch," or "\'clsh," and coly pockets the difference in the mat ket ,a!ue of tihe two varieties Flnom this It will be seen that not only does he perpetrate a barefaced fraud upon his customers. but he strikes a covert blow at the British grazier. Htenceforward, if the proposAls of the Committee to make the butcher notify io his customers that he deals in foreign meat be adopted by purchaser than ihe: has at present. ` Piime Canterbury mutton " might asa label even then evade the law and de fraud the customer; but geographical dodges of the nature indicated shoull be adopted only at the...

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

Tzii. fo~iooing talbl sehow the posliton of cbb? cuncla~iul fir t round Club o i - =, 1i3%: j~rofadioGd...i 7 6 -7 114 13 V 0... II 74 12 Aonl 7 4 3 1 14 S Florjerdale . ' 3 1 14 7 Iawv 3 6 6 Seymourl ... 1 r,- 14 TrSrnao 71 G 61 14

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

Llocal ad Gelx:eral News. SaHoR Cou?cit..-The ordinary monthly meeting of the Itroadford Shire Council will he held on Monday next. Piveox MATcH.-A pigeon match for prizes amounting to £35 is to be fired on the Kilmore Show grounds on Saturday. Entries have been received from all parts of the colony. DEN.'rlst.-31r. C. Meredith Hall, den tist, will pay his usual monthly visit to Blroadford on Monday neat. r5th inst., and may be consulted at Prescott's Coffee Palace from 9 a.m. to 3 30 p m. CourT.-Mr. Morrison, P.3f., and MIr. C. h. lRoss, J.P., occupied the Berch at the local court on Monday last, when only one rase was called, and as there was no appear. ance of the parties the case was struck out. 'onBLtc Meertno.-At a public meeting held at the Mechanics' Hall on Friday even ing, Messrs. Fothergill, Holwell, Munro, Spencer, and Craig, were nominated as managers of the Broadford Town Common for the year 189l. A:rDor Issrcrcn.--Mr. Gilbert, one of the Government audit inspe:tors, u...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Purchase of Fat Catile by Live Weight. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 12 January 1894

Purchase of Fat Cattle by Lie Weight. It is reported in the " Live Stock Jo :ral" that an eateneive botcher in England, who Lae paid great attention to the ratio of dead to tive weight of fat cattle during the lact two yes, visited the feeding btes and boxes ao W yard Park, and inspected the fatteninog Londonderry. Sat?sfied with the atile in every respect, an offer of so many shilling lpe live cwt. for the lot was mnade. The price es based on the weight of tht animals as au.es tained on Lord Londonderry,' weighbridge on days of delivery. The cattle are tobe ,iawn weekly by the purtchaer as they get p:ie tat, and immediately weighed, pai? ficr and iveran to the station. Mt DI. \\i aten Medkt jibn, Lord Londonderry's agent, considerea ,he offer a very lair one, and accepted it. l. d Londonderry and his agent, the " Live ltok Journal" onsidnrs, are to be congratulate! ona a forward movement, a step in the rght direction. It might be with o0 fit adopted byh nylancownere. Frtsent anlrar...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
How the Phylloxera Affects the Vine, [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 12 January 1894

How the Phylloxera Affects :.e Vine. --0 The receut outbreak of this let I.:;g caused publicattteurion, the following d:, . p tionwill interest growers:-The result wL cl follows the puncture of the root.'a se or phylloxera is an abnormal swt":i,, diffefin. in form according to the particai'r part and texture of the ;:ct. Swellings whIcn ore generally commne:tdl t the tips of the rootlets eventually rot, r. d :le lice forsake them and betake thcmselrw to fresh roots. The decay antects the ,arts e ja centto the swellings, and on the most ft. is cuts of the supply of sap to all 1 :Is beyond. As these last decempoce, :Ee lice congregate on the larger roots ,!il at last the whole system literally wastea sy ay. During the first year of attack theru .e scarcely any outward manifestations of dis'dae, the latter part of the growing: season. 't. disease is then in its incipient stage. The 6s,:nd year all these fibrous roota vanish, and the !':e not only prevent the f,irmation of new :-es, but...

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

The Treatment of Flat ard Putrid Wine. o-- Wine properly made from ripe ind ?wil selected grapes will seldom suffer f:n any disease, cases may, however, arise, w:ich ewil make it necessary to give it different t:ut?ent and to flaeit by artificial means. The ruso of flat wine is generally lack of tannin. If the wine has a peculiar flat sot taste aLlot C- cloudy, this ts uniformly thle case. Jnrw the wine into another cask which has bemr well sulphured, and add some pulverised t:acin which can be bad at any drug store. The tannin may be dissolved either in water cr in wine, about loa. to every "Ogal. of siur ond poured in at the bung, after which it shaoun, be well stirred with astick inserted through :he bung hole. Should it not become clear in about three weeks it must be tined. This can be done by adding about loz. of gpm Ara'ic powdered finely, or the same ,uantity of seinglas to each Ogal. The gum Arabi r;tilt dissolve in old water, but isinylcss requires hot water. Stir the wine...

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

Farsi:g-Old Style and Ncw. Mity ju(D ego. Man to the plough, wife to the cow, Son to the mop, (it I toth owao d ',ri WI ' Ii6 nett!d Now- - MILD tatItyho (lidl 02i( titSiam d ltn lin reelk and Latin, (iL~e 6e nd Satin de farmer gazetted. SFrmer an d StocL-brca.oerC

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

When to Cat Wheat. This is a matter which tares the judgment of the agriculturist whether the grain should be cut before it is quite ripe, or with a little dou-h in the grain, as the saying goes, or should tie kernel be dead ripe or hard and flinty before garnering. ?r A. S. Wilson, of Aberdeenshire, Sftland, has, however, experimented eaten sively on the subject, and the following are someof his deductions: "The outer part of the kernel is ripe fint, and ceases to eularge, while the interior is still soft along the axis whieh deposits the matrl; so that a kernel in fats s imwn i- o?ties of L?tareb -e- n eo been those particles had beT dlo ountwardly es if lute weight of food je lee. I may ad ts, w have here the real &rplanaticn of the fact that analysis sometimes shows an nuripe wheat to be of better quahty, as estimated by tbepercestage of albuminoids, than a ripe. The olhuminoids existing mostly in the outer coat of honeycoamb cells are laid down before the deposit of sta...

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

New Seed v. Old Seed. The wisdom of using old grain for ceed is often d:scussed. Practical opinion is by no means at one on the subject. Fur epring sowing it it eneraly considered prudent to use ooed from tle immediately pre ceding crop, that is if the qulity is satisfa?ory. lut for autumn sowing the ease is dilferent. Many contend that for several reasons newly threshed rain should notbe used for autumn sowin. It naturally germinates morequickly, bat is more liable to suler from the attacks of insects and to injury from the inclemency of the winter than ,lder seed. The consequenceis that the regularity of the braird is apt to be disturbed, and thereby the yield of the crop diminished. Old, however, is a comparative term. Grain that has been well stored f~r a year or two is hardly old seed. On the other hand, grain that has lain for two or three years should not be rsed ass eed. It almost inveriably gets weakened in its vitality in the keeping, or suffers from injury by weevils, so ...

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

:o: LIVE STOCK REPORT. Fat Sheep.-The supply wan rather behtino that of lals wRtk, 21,5Utl having been yarded. Owingll mainly to theo absence of sil-ep direct freem iveriut good and prime qutalities were sparingly represented, and for slch pricel ruled a shade in wl'sine of tirm lr rates. Although sales wre llmore readily tllf ,ted in mi'idling ami, neefl qualities, of whi.h the Iulk of the supply consisted, yet I'ri'rs on lihe whole ashw no qtottable ehanll fromt' lae rates. Eves continue in full suipply, and some lots saol at extremely low ligures. Prinm crossiel wethers, from 10s to 1Ie Odl, a few extra to 12s; good do, from lt to s ; p nilue crossbred ewes, trom 76 to Ss id; ilme lnerinll wllthers, fron Ss to Il;; a few exira to llls li6; good do, from (is i l to 7s lid; second do, frlom, s lid to 5s lid ; prime mlerinl ewes, from ai to Cs; second and inenrior do. from 2 to tos. Fat Lamlns.-,500 were penned. For ibet deserip:i.ns fLrmer rates were well mainotained, while othlier...

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

Pinching off Potato Blooms. -o Opinions differ on this as well as on a good mny other subjects. The advantaie would depend greatly upon whether the variety in cultivation lowered freely and produced many berries. A few years ago a German grower carried out some experiments with pece-l ra ferenceto cutting off the blooms. hhe results were thatby pinching off th blossoms he d a considerable gain, Loth in the weight and quality of the tubers. An English authosety writee that the operation may appear too minute a matter for the farmer who ealtivatee on a large scale ; but when it is recollected that the seed is that part of the plant to which the ultimate effects of nature are always directed, it must be allowed that the greatest part of the nourishment must be devoted to it to bring it to maturity. As the results of experiment, it had been found that in ordinary cao?e of field culture more than one ton per acre of- tubers had been obtained by pinching off the blooms. On the other hand,...

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

Melbourne Letter. :o: [BY OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.J TUESDAY. As attempt is being made in England to create a prejudice against Victorian butter by alleging that it is overcharged with preservatives. Two years ago a similar attempt was made and proved unsuccessful. Singularly enough a sec tion of the ,Melbourne weekly press at that time was also adding fuel to the fire, but even this unpatriotic action fell short of the object intended. It is worth while discussing the question of the use of preservatives in butter. To begin, it has to be explained that the British con. sumer likes to have his butter as fresh as possible. The heavy weekly supplies of newly nmade butter from Denmark have gradually caused him to acquire this taste. When the presence of salt is strongly noticeable, the butter is regar ded as stale, and will then only sell as the " potted " article. Presious to pre servatives coming into general use about four years ago, Victorian butter wats putted or preserved exclusivel...

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

Proper Care of Earness. Some farmer paylittle atteation ta the pros esrreeof their harnes derotino Ist attefl n to it than livrymen, c- cra hlack drivers, who attend to this matter because it pays them well to do so. It is not a rare ight to see a farmer's heavy draught and single haraess that have been sed for sever! yews without a drop of any lubriceant toucling them since they came from the dealer's habds. Al the leather portion is Lard and brittle, aud pre sents a dull appearance. If used during a shower, the parts that are rubbed look more like porous sole leather than an oak-tanned article. Such treatment shortens the life and usefulness of the harness at sleat one-half, whereas a few cents' worth of oil and two or three hours' time each year would not clvY make the harness far more presentable. but add to its usefulness, nod what is of greater im. portance, to its sa?ety. Do not haulg the hariese in a horse stable. The amcecia arising from the ,sine isvtery dsetruc'ive to lea...

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

GoodC: 'and Purccbs,. Good,._Selby, Dairy Coy., Bidstrup, Ke'lq, parker. Jones, Lloyd, Macdougall. Varccls.--Salvation Army, Lancasler, MicLiesh, McK1enzie, Taylor, McTaggert, Fhrnel', Bidstrr{iJ Frrgoorn Stcnoouoe, f~Bn

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

BROADFORD CRICKET CLUB. A general meeting of the Broadford Cricket club was held at Bidstrup's lotel on Saturday evening. There were present eight members of the club, and Mr. Duncan Macdougall on being voted to the chair, read a letter from Mr. Trezise, in which he resigned the office of captain. Several members wese of opinion Mr. Trezise hould be asked to give a reason in and asked, npite . , ,ps he would oni- J t it tw owing to reasons whwftin no reference to the reasons whtl e i, , r or rs that he %:as reStglling. players or msrr th r te ai le woulld n eb.consider the rratter ai he lie would nce-consder had resolv, vi resignong" On thle ption of Mr. J. Ilowden, the resignatioas accepted. SA as nominatd for tile captaincy but declad to stand on the groand that it would inadvisable for a bowler to be cap:an. ca egg was then nominated and, all petnt being in favor of his election, he eated that he would, if suitable, let the pembers of the club know in a week': time, She would acc...

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

BROADFORD V. W.\NDONG. A match was on Saturday played n the local ground hbetwe-n the above teams and resulted in a win for Urfadford by 24 runs. The wicket was hbumpy and the weather somewhat unolat otia; owing to a high wind which b!ew th?ou:ig:ou; the day. Wandong batted first and ccrnpifrd 83 runs, Munro 26, Skiels _or. grad l!r ne 13 being the principal scorers. :,.:o,. a lad of about 15 or 16 cears, hat.'.-d icr.ly, :hough he was only able to put utp thre runs. I. Father gill secured 6 wwc;ers for 136 runs. The Breeadford team :?n bitting put up 107 runs s; Trezi.se 26. G S iheppr 22, T. Ilardy 17, and Dr. te:.Ica, Iti, being the highest scorers. 1. Mu nro secured 5 wickets for 5: runs. Appendel. arre the scales: \\n ooriso. Adam::s, c G Sh!ieFard. b Agg Skrils, c lavis, i ift Fuathergrl 20 W. ilorne a, an, b 11. Fothergill 5 S. llorne, h I i. i thergill ... 13 Camepbell, b 11t. Faithergill ... 7 J. Murmo, b il. i:atherell ... 2 Conway, c Agg, b bLixou ... Eason, reont . .. . ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Botanical Gardens. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 12 January 1894

The Holtlmical f:htrdellR, , notstete through the Melbourne Botanical Gardens will at all times of the year enable a visitor tr, nd an hour orptoo ,psasantl S ond tiherr ao.S1- Jeuhw., 'r'a'tm.` attention. There ate few public garde ffst where the area has been laid out to such advantage as this beautiful pl;ie, and Mr. W. R. Guilfoyir, tne director, has great reason to be proud of his handiwork. Taking advantage of the f:cilitisl othIed by the naloral c.ntoalr of the land. he has con trived to arrau.e the area vs as to create a great wealth of chatrming view., and at the same time make the place ap! ear much more extensive than it really is. From every point of view pleasant vistas smeet the eye, owing to the judicious arrangement of trees and shrubs, and briglhi green lawns. The planting has been done with a due regard to effect and harmony, while at the same time form and foliage are pleasingly. contrasted. Here a large clump, there a smaller one, with uccasional single specimens...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 12 January 1894

TO..MORROW'S MATCHES. The second round of the Anglesey Associa tion matches commences to.morrow, tht firtares being as fallow : Seymour Railways at Traawuol Avenel at Sey mour Yrea and Tlowerdlle a bye roadfrd at Tal.. k.--'Broadlo I?team on Rean. e Em? Cy JASARY 20o. Seymour and Railways at Spyrnnur Traawool at Yea Flowerdale at Avenel Broadford and Tallarook a bye JANUARY 27. Tallarook at Flowerdale Srrmour at Broadford Yea. at Rtailways Avenel and Traawool a bye F'Ru?AuorY 3. BIroadford at Yea Flowerdale at'Traawool Avenel at Tallarook Seymour and Railways a bye FF.BR.ARY IO. Railways at Avenel rallarook at Seymour Traawool at Broadford Yea and Flowerdale a bye FraRunin 17. Yea at Flowerdale Avenel at Traawool Tallarook at Railways Broadford and Seymour a bvh FEnRUArY 24. Tranwool at Tallarook Ilroad!iord at Avenel Seymour at Yea Flowerdale at Railways MatRCt 3. Riailwaye at Broadford Yea at Tallarook Traawoe l at Seymour Fluwerdale and Aveelr a bye IARCI ito. Ave"el at Yea Sermo...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 12 January 1894

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