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No Failure There. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

No Failure There. Is marriage a failure ?' the baoheloi cried, And the youth who is courting a girl re: plied: S.'rnever been 'mrried, and can not guess, Bus onoutship, I. know, is a big suo Mo Dadelet : "1 have great talent, Miis Caustio, and could do wonderful things if I only had a mind to." Miss Caustic : 'Yee; you only lack the mind." HE : "I never can understand you, but 1 suppose that's natural." She : "Why?" lie: " Well, I suppose it's impossible for a prettd girl to be plain."

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

"Excuse me; but do you co:ne from Laverton 1'" "Well, yes; that is, as often as I can.' His Honor (to vagrant): " What is your business ?" Vagrint : " LDoking for a job." " Baby growing right along 1" "Oh, yes ; 1 think he will catch up with his voice in a year or so." "But why did they break off the matkch at tholast moment ?" " Oh, the color of his hair killed every. thing in her trousscan." Mrs Busnting-" I wonder how that poor man feels who lost both his hands to-day 1" Bunting--'I don't suppose he cau feal at all." 789

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Webster Mistaken. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

Webster MIistako... Little Willie (aged ten): "?Mamma, whao. San elite social club?" Mamma: "Is is a club composed ms umicelt people; thaoe mho move in the best *.ISy." Willie: " Is that what Webster's diction ry -sye?" \l.mma ; " It says that, or the same thinl , noar words. Why do you ask'?" llie: "I see n advertisement in th r of the Elite Social Club's dance, ano .:olored hoatler, who sleeps in thbo stable nse black cook are the commitlee on in' .ion."

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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A Shopping Excursion. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

A Shopping Excursion. " Deen shopping for" your wife, eh i' suavey asked the stranger. Y" es," replied Dusenlerry, as he glanced complancently at the packages spread upon his knees and on either side of him on the seat of the car. " Shopping is a terrible bore to me, and 1 never get annthing right," remarked the stranger. "You had every item written down, I suppose." " les, you, no I" protested Dusenberry. • I would scorn to do that. It would be ad. mitting a weakness in my mental structure. I have trained myself to depend entirely upon memory, and there isn't a better school for the memory than a shopping excursion." " And do you think that you have every thing that you were ordered to bring-the shalde, the quality, the quantity, and all that? ' " Why, to be sure I" declared Dusenberry ' got such matters down real fine." " Then, sir, I envy you," commented the stranger with a sigh. When DIasenberry arrived at home with uis parcels he coalh not make his boasting good. In fact, he ha...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Assimilation. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

To fed an anim!a food beyond its ability to asesmilate it is t tthoew away the food. l'ho notion that the mere lobo an animal wil! eat, as we hase ee:loetimes befire said, the more protitabhl the animal is,is a foolidh sCror. Simeltiues a ihcre will eat raven. suely and get poiurer all hUe time. The ani nai does not digest its food well and cone luently does not aoelulata it. Feeding :attle on whole corn shol s lbow f?cd Isy be easted. lut it is not always the ease that turn when there is no evidence, in the shape if undigested food, that ull the food is being otilined. The beot way to determine that is to watch results and experiment. It is aftirmed Vy some that the hree wll do as well and tetter upon much less food than is nusually !ee. When we have sometimes s;ated that, ?eople have poo-hooed the idea, when, as a natter of fact, they knew nothing at all hbout it. We do not profess to know our leives; but it is a thing that can be as easily nut to the test as turning over the hand...

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Farmer Proper Food For Cows. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

'Farmer 'Propo: Food For Col'a. Food b has two oflicee to perform in ant Inaleconomy to keep the anima!l warm, noe lo give it force,aud toods are olassed as hea producers or force producers. Ileat i eu;, plied by carbonaeo.us food natle force , Slrived from nitrogencus mastrial, and tt ,. !ood is beat for the animal in which the,. Ilements are In ruch proportion to eacch tther, as the condition of the animal calls !or. Foods are cleceed as rich witn they lontain a largo proportion of nittroenous tr force producing elements, and poor when )hey are the reverser. Wheat bran, gluten meal and well mae lover hay aio all comrparativly rich to .d , while bog bay, pria.istraw, or overripe or weather-beaten E::pli-h hay are all inlteior because they lace a due proportion of force producing material. Tue sCame kind of food is required to produce milk thatis required to produce loce. so tile working on, or horse, like the cow in milk, requires rich food or food containing a high proportion of n...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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11.—The Banker and his Garden. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

11.-The Banker and his Garden. Once aron a time, during the reign of the Sultan ilaroun.A.li:ae chija, a eurburban ranker became enttluaastiu on the subject If having a beautiful garaeu. So he arose .every morning during the Ibound monthof Miy, and dug and raked .or a couple o. hours uotore brekltasr. The doctor told him it would bo a good .hing, ant it was-for the. doctor; for, bhotly after the completicn .of the garden, tie banker was housed with malarta, and eeptecal persons wondered if.he found it teaeceary'so try the bracing air of the moun, sins fot bin hea:th. SAbout the middle of August the garden vas ripe and rosy, and gteat woes the joy of I he banker thereat. But every thing ripened at once, and the ranker only ate hie own fresh vegetables foe wo days, when they'all began to rot, and he nat obliged to once more become a patron df the vendor with the sound lunge and the' lebilitated products of the earth.. We are taugnt by the foregoing, first, that ne should never underta...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Bric-a-Brac. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

Astraoomuers are ex .ited over the ap pearance of a new star of rthe lifth in u4i aud n th? Milkey Way. On 6th May C. Taylor, a son of Major Taylor. Papanui, who was staying at jollie,s Pass, whilst out shooting, having the loaded gun pointed towards his foot, the trigger slipped and discharged the shot into his foot inflicting a most serious wound. The foot was amputated at the ankle. "All religions, Christianity not excepted says Professor Max lMuller, "seem really to have suffered far more assailants, and I certainly know no greater danger to Chris tianity than that contempt of natural religion which has of late been espressed with so much violence," Between two and three months ago5 an extensive bush hre occuredatOx. ., b/ means of which the g:ass w.os destroyed over a large area. Occuringjust at the time o; year when little could be looked for in th e shape of a growth of freso, herha~:. it ha; resulted in very serious loss to several of th • farmers whose cattle have lately su...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Reedy Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

Reedy Creek. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. A very enjoyable evening was spent on I Thursday night last at Mrs. M.tPianus's, who was made the recipient of a very large "Surprise" Party. Despite the inclemency of the weather a large number of the guesta turned up. After Mrs. McManus suffi ciently recovered from the surprise she re ceived, she speedily placed the billiard room at their disposal, and dancing was heartily indulged in under the able guidance of Mr. W. Daws, who acted as M.C.: the music S?eing very generously supplied by Mr. Phil. Headley and Miss B. O'Connor. At ct o'clock an adjournment was made for the dining room, where a sumptuous repast was plentifully laid on the board. After the usual toasts the ballroom was ar gn reached, and dancing recommenced with renewed vigor and jocularity, and was continued until daylight. Amongst the songs was a very pretty duet by Mrs. Sharp and Mr. W. Daws. Mr. Balmer received great applause in his song entitled " Money." aM. G. Daws' " G...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Traveller. CORINTH AND CORINTHIANS. Wanderings in the Peloponnessus. Some of the Sights of Modern Athens. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

'Tr::voIllet' i SORINTTH `AND- CORINTHIANS. Wanderings in the Poloponne.rsus. Sorme of the Sights of Mtdern Athens,. " - a x wet. T. fl!"Se.* We found Nauplin of greet intercst, it being now as in the pass an important seaport, ,till that of Argos. With its finoe bay, en closed by lofty mountains, her ancient sitadel and walls, even now not to be despised Sy a poasible enemy, aurmouns its imposing turopolis, upon the rides of which many renerablo tombs remain undisturbed. Nauplia, too, has been even of late years of great political importance, having been at :no period of the Turkish rule the capital :f Greece, Argos is even now a flourishing :ity, in toe midst of its smiling and historic plain; like all the otaerr. its guardian rock is crowned with a grand looking fortress, but Ibis is of far more modern origin than its grim neighbour upon Tiryus, which frowns upon the traveller of to-day, though it is said to have been constructed by the yclopees. Wt visited 3fycerre, the EcenO of...

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General Gatherings. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

Gcneral GElltlcrin d, DselinU .took its else ormact h jslidl I combats LU tahd (iJltsI ations, f i o first formal duel in L,'v: tlnt between William Couras 'Eu and Godlrey Ilsynard, took place [h 1t;i .i, )uclminr in civil matters was t forbirdden in Prance, 105. The iatt wiLth sErelt swords was introduced into England, ItS7r In the domain of !aeal sell-govornment wormen treo admitted to the frenohise in Englanri, includiunr her colonies, in Sweden, Iceland, Finland, and russia, and in two Staten of the American Union-Wyoming and IKansss,. In Austria, P'russia, Saxony, and Brunswick they vote in the rural com munce only, A stony, waterless rogion of France has roilved arace of animals that do not drink. The sheep, feeding upon the fragraot herbs, have altogether unlearned the habit of drinking, and the cows drink very little. The much osteemed Rcguelort cheese is made from the milk of the non-drinking OWES. Once during a ball at the Court of St. l'etreburg, under Nicholas, an offlic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

Having. an Extensive Circuaution throughout the Immediate and Surrounding Districts, our columns afford U necquallcd Advantages for Advertising, anU su ly Tradesmen, Matnuifacturers and others with the best means of giving publicity to their ;arious trades and calings.

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Artificial Leaves and Fruit for Decorative Purposes. AUGUST FLOWER [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

Artificial Leaves and Fruit for Decora tive Purposes. AU?UIT 7LOWIR To make leave~ first cut a pattern from a natural leat; now for every leaf cut twoout of I usin or cambric; lay a piece of wire down the centre of the hleat cud pate the two to gcther. ut n .;otlh over thetm, and with a hot iron prenss them until dry. lWheu the leave, are prep:red color them by painting with sealinl-?c a: dissolved in alcohol ; have I the mixture just thin enough to spread well, aring a brush asuC as is used for oil-paint inp. Loaseo may alho be made of very thin calf. skin; soak in wrrm wSat r until soft, then cut the leavees out c:ll vein tt?vell with some share pJmt:ed article ; as they begin to dry bend them to enape; nwen dry glue on a piece of covered wire for a steLn; now varnish the leaves with chdr!e, and they are ready to be decorated; lor th:a you may uJe oil paints or I the bronoe paints. Leaves masy be made by using e?rape of velvet. Cut out the leaves, glue them on cambric and vein the...

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Broadford Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

SraMullur l 1hir;; Cor: !cil. Teur usual monthly meeting of the l;rosdford Shire Council was held at the Shire Hall on Monday afternoon. Present Councillors Fegnson, Ilolwell, Doherty, and the Secretary. Cr. Fer guson was vo'ed to tha chair. BY-LAW. On the 0 uncil resolving itself into a special meeting it was resolved o. the motion of Cr. IHolsvell seconded by Cr. McKenzie, that bylaw re Wednes day afternoon half-holiday be con firmed. ORDINARY MEETING. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confimed on the motion of Or. McKenzie seconded by Cr. Doherty. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Shire of Oaullel. stating that as only 72 councils out of 276 were willing to support them in the appeal case Shire of Canlfield versus Caralake, the Oouncil had been ob liged to write to the respondent in terms of settlement. The name of the local council appeared amongst those willing to support the appeal.-Re ceived. From the office of the Government Statist forwarding statistics of the census...

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Football. NORTH-EASTERN PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

Football. :o NORTH-EASTERN PREMIERSHIP. The following table shows the results of I matches played for the North-Eastern Foot ball Association premiership up to and in. cluding last Saturday: Club.I a Seymour ... 3 3 19 12 12 Tallarook ... 4 2 12 12 Broadford ... 4 2 2 0 25 6 8 Kilmore ... 3 11 4 12 6 Longwood ... 3 I 511 6 4 Benalla ... 4 130151to 16 4 Avenel ... 3 0 2 12 2 LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Broadford v. Bena'la-On Saturday morn. ing the members of the local football teem to the number of 20 assembledat the railway station for the purpose of journeying to Benalla to play their fourth premiership match. Afterlunch had been taken the team gathered on the friendly societies ground, which was shortly to be the scene of ba.tie. and indulged in kickiug and maskiny. Punct?-ally at 2.30 oclock the teams lined up, the home te.m being led by Haines and the visitors by Howden. J. Bain ofieiating as central umpire. From the stat the ball was carried to the visitors goal where despite the...

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The Broadford Courier, AND REEDY CREEK TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

Ihe - oradfr nl ouricr, ANDRusny CRIBK TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1892. RATEs.-At the council meeting on Mon day it was reported that up to date the amount of £555 IIs. had been received for rates, and that £86 12s. were yet outstand. lag. DEarnTnUR.-Mr. Geo. E. Terry, who for the past year has filled the editorial chair of this jounal, will take his departure from froadfucd :t the course of a few days. Du:ing his stay in Broadford Mr. Terry has gained the esteem and respect of a large circle of friends who will regret his departure. We wish him all future success. WEATHER.-During the past few days bitterly cold and wintry weather has been experienced throughout the district, and on Wednesday afternoon loud peals of thunder were heard and were accompanied with lightning and hail, which lasted for a few minutes. Whilst early on Thursday morn ing the Tallarook mountains and the hills near Mr. English's property wore a thin mantle of snow. TowN COsMMuN.-Mr. W. Foth...

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GOOD STORY. Foiling a Fiendish Plot; OR A CRYPTOGRAM FROM DICKENS. TOLD BY AN EX-DETECTIVE. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

GOOD STORY. Foiling a Fiendish Plot; 0O A CRYPTOGRAM FROM DICKENS. TOLD CY AN Ex.Dar.cncs, (Concluded.) I was warmly welcomed by Dr. Dal. ziel, who was very ill indeed, and could s-arcely hobble acras his sitting-room. (See picture No. 4.) "I am glad you have come, and we must not lost a tomelllent," thie doctor went on in his old. cle.tr way. " I ltnow you will not let a word of what I ant about to nay esca:p you. Three mn.lihs ago-Ill give you the exact date-I was called to see Mr. Kilgour, the great shipi. ping lmeurchantll, whose palatial place is just above here. Vioat is the matter? You recognise the oalme KIlour !" " Oi courso I know the tlerch!ant," I replied, by sight, but I came across the nlmllLe ill anIotheicr connectiO about a week ago. Proceed. ple.se." " Wheln 1 wenlt up to the house-Kii gotr Lodge it is called-I found him frightiully ill, and rcry near hi end. lie lay on a funeral-luoking bed, in a large and somihre room,. His wife sat by his piillw on one side,his m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

General Debility. SYff PTO MS Languor Neuraltia Heedachss Palo Lips Pale Mkin Palpitation Aching Eyes Constipation 38 1: Nervousness Bleeleepne:seno Tired Feelings Tlc-douloureux Shooting Pains ! Loss of Memory Flashings of Heat Pasty Countenance Disinclination to Work Relaxation of the Veins Poor and Fickle Appetite General Languid Feelings Shivering or Cold Feelings Feelings of General Weakness Pains in the Chest after eating Aching Limbs on rising from bed Eructations of Wind from Stomach • Melancholy, Hysteria and Hypochondria Loss of General Animation and Vitality. FOR K SPEEDY CURE: CONSULT , DR: T. EASTOE ABBOTT; 19 QUEEN'S WALK, (TOwIeo TornHolUJ 1 MELBOURNE.:".hi m.....*. *a ...a.. ,- .. a CONSULT DR. T. Esatoo .bbott Late of Guy's Hospital, London, and Resident Surgeon Leicester Hospital, Eng. Regis.ered Ihy the jiMediral Boards of , . Great Britain and Victoria: THE ONLY qUALIFIED IMEDICAL! EXPERT ON NERVOUS IAILMENTS. AND DISEASES OF WOMEN. Advertising in Australia. AN I...

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[COPYRIGHT.] Fernbrook's Double. A Romance of Maoriland. CHAPTER XXVI.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

!] coPertnT.J Feonbr00ooh' Double A Romance of Maoriland. .·oet- - - BY dITILI WI STTIBUII:. -0-r4--- CHOAPTER XXVI.-(CorTIta?o.) And the eruptions burst forth in all their terrible power and grandeur on the night. From Taurauga to Tonga's Peal: the whole Waireu lay enveloped in opague blackness, lit up at intervals by vest balls of lire, that shot out of the gaping crater, with a deafening roar never to be forgotten by these who heard it. Another Sodom and Gomorrah had arisen round Tarawera and every living thing began to flee from the awful pic ture. By one o'clock a.m. volunteers and rebel 31aories were flying along the roads seeking shelter from the terrible hail of stones and dust which rained thickly down upon them everywhere, crushting the weak and fainting, and re tarding the strong. There was no order anm11in the refugees-each strove to save himstlL From out the roaring noises round them--fron out the infernal glare, radia ting and spreading in all direc:ions, and ! the ree...

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Humorous. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 24 June 1892

?alstsorouzs Where bs:d work kills one man' worry buries a dczen. An orator likes to be called " t(Er.," but never windy. It is better to bhave klvd and Iclt then never to have lost at all. loasl:f?l oung men oruht to etelice Searking with dun.b-belh. There is a creew lnoee somewhro rhtcr a stetaeship has lost its propelling Ioner. You can't tell by the ler.gth of a man's hee what be will do in a herre tradr. It isn't safe to bandy words wilh c rbhmist. SHe is pretty sure to have a retort ready. Ilusbnnd : ' We must economise." Wife: '* Well, dear, what do you want me to gire up ?" " aEscheors are creatures who have etn. suited their female relatives befero venturing on matrimony. I.^' king too clrtely at n shilling dcern't me. it any bi'gor, but it very ellen mal,ts the soul a good deal smaller. "There's a great art," says Mickery Dolan, "in kncwin' what to know when yes den't want to know it." Client: " What makes you on certain that you will be able to break the ai 17" Lawyer (in...

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