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Strath Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 15 July 1892

['F05M OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Anoth' r lave' fall rf snow took place here on Friday last. All the neighboring hills were covered to a depth of six or seven inches. Mass was celebrated in the local Roman Catholic church on Thursday, but owing to the swollen state of the creeks the attendance was rather small. Tho roads hereabouts are simply under water. If the council were to lay out a few pounds judiciously in draining, the resi:lents here would have roads that would last for years as there is no heavy traflie on them. A scratch match will be played on the football ground tomorrow between Spring Valley and Strath Creek. Most of the players will be at the ball the night previous, so some good (?) foot hall form should be shown. The con test is likely to be a very even one. It is with extreme regret I learn thai Mr. J, Richards is seriously in disposed, causing his removal to Mel hourne, where it is to be hoped he will soon regain his usual robust state of health.

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Football. NORTH-EASTERN PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 15 July 1892

Football. NORTII-EASTEt:RN PRIMIIEtRSHIr. The following table shows the results of matches played for the North-Eastern Foot ball Assoiation premiership up up toand in clud:ng last Saturday : Club. . oI 5 Tallarouk ...6 4 2 24 20 Soymou: ... 36 St 5 117 24 20 Renalia 4 3 0 528 16 Avenel ... 6 3 I 1325 24 to tilmore ... 5 13 I 3 20 6 rtroadford ... 6 2j 0 t21229 22 8 Longwood... G 6j j i 61j2 4 LAST SATURDAY'S MIATCIIES. Avenel v. Broalford-This match was set down for decision on the ground of the for mer, but as Broadforid lid not put in an an pearauce, the resoult was a walkover for Aveeot. Seymour v f,n.ovoao--T:he Seymour club visited Longwood on Saturday. with a f?1yir rpreseontative tents, inl charge of.I. llarrett. hRumors were alroad that the longwood meni would make good tight for it, but events proved otherwise, theo visitors winning by 5 goals to nil. Benalla v Kilmore-\An exciting struggle was anticipated between the above teams and the large crowd oaspeetators who wit. n...

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It Never Runs Smooth. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 15 July 1892

It Never Innq Smooth. * What did papa say wnhen yon as?wd him fea my hand, Paul ?' * II- dadn' tay anything, Anabel., replied tch l young man, nervously; ' he aiden' say . word. Hth justlooked at me in a co)d hard way, and ga down off the high ?tooi and bhgan to al. de arouna the end of the desk. That a all he a sid, and cme aw ay.' * But he would have spoken had you remained Paul.' 'I mistrusted that he would, Anna e!, and to that roason I fled I nam foolihly sasni tire, ant cannot endure Ih; asb rs.' 'I fear. dear Iau..' said the girl. lBnda rly, be with a weary sigh. :hat on udo not love ae. tha vour heart has tirne of mne and trowna dld or that you hasv no sand. Pa is alw.a:y on the bla h He acted just that way to W:1i Klbintrn and whet be came ouat fr?on behind thE desk W'1ll lande d?on on his nose that ,taght him smia, sense. Yot weaken too easily, Faul. Yo havenore gauft tha business. And rising to her fe,,t the girl pa-sed asa: from h:s sisht, a d,,asmy visioa of Sunm s :s,....

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Local Gold Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 15 July 1892

Local Gold Mining. The manager of the Broardford Sluicing Gold Mining Company re- ports for week ending July 8th as follows :--At main level north have   blown down all the basalt, and toad laid to faces. Extended this level 10ft., total length 349ft. Wash 3ft. 6in. with good gold. Have commenced a crosscut west, where basalt rose. East crosscut extended 12ft., total length 357ft.; wash 3ft; propects same as last reported, have repaired paddock and tip head. Will start washing Satur- day, 9th inst. Have let contract for   additional mine timber, which on arr- rival will allow me to test new wash struck in prospecting shaft 100yds. west of tunnel." On Monday morning several direc- tors visited the claim and a washing- up took place, which we learn was of a very satisfactory nature. A quantity   of nice coarse gold was obtained, and   this was weighed by Dr. Skinne, when   it was es:imated that the washing was at the rat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 15 July 1892

Auctions. Osborn & Hudson's Sales. OSBORN &s HUDSON, Auctioneers a: l state Agea ts ki LMORE. ]{OLD STOCK SALES AS FOLLOY- IIROADFORD,-At P. Bidstrup's yards. First Thursday in each month, Next sale, July 7 1PYALONG.-At Cooke's Yards. Second Thursday in each month. Next sale, July 14. KILMORE YARDS-Every alternate Sa turday. Next sale, July 2. Entries Invited. Laud and clearing sales promptly conducted. " r --s r ues?tr5?oiTrpaerties )r Private Sale. OsnorN & llunson, Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, Kilmore. SIIE MURRAY RIVER STOCK, STA TION AND COMMISSION AGENCY COMPANY, LIMITED. With which is incorporated " Brown and Seward " and " Chanter and McKenzie." Capital £5o,ooo, in 50o00oo shares of Li each. Subscribed Capital, £30,ooo. Hold sales as follows: Seymour, Ist Tuesday in each month. Clearing Sales and Irivate Sales conducted. W. H. TREVENA, Seymour Representative. Business Notices. 'Ihe Commeroial $otel, BIOADFORD. OPPOSITE THE RAILWAY STATION. MRS. BERG DES...

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Anniversary of Loyal Broadford Lodge, M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 15 July 1892

Anniversary of Loyal Broad. ford Lodge, M.U.I.O.O.F. THE ball in honor of the second anniversary s of the Broadford Branch of the independent Order of Oddfellows, M.U. which has been P looked forward to with no small amount of i interest for some weeks, eventuated b on Friday evening at the Mechanics' Iall, and notwithstanding the in clemency of the weather throughout the ween, proved a most pronounced success. During the preceding afternoon, the ener- e getic and indefatiguable committee in whose c able hands the arrangements had been left, were busily engaged in decorating and other wise preparing the commodious hall fr the r occasion. At intervals along the usually 1 dull, bare walls were artistically arranged, d beautiful fern-fronds, secured from the Plenty a IRanges, by Mr. J. Neill, tastefully intersper- r sed with pink and white heath and geraniums. Whilst in the centre of the Hall were sus pended a number of miniature merry-go rounds, profusely studded with flags of all nat...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 15 July 1892

Local and General News. o Exn.sIivAToN-The annual State School t examination will be held at the local State school No. 1125 t o-day. Tr.EonRns-Tenders are required up to Thursday the 21st inst, for the erection of a cottage on Mount Killiney, She-oak HIill. Court.-A Revision Court will be held at the Shire IIall on Monday, July 25th. 1892. CouxclL.-The ordinary meeting of the I Broadford Shire Council has been postponed to July 25th 1892. CoUnr.-The Warden's Court will be held at Kilmore on Thursday next, when a number v of local applications for mining leases will be heard. Mosic.--By an advertisement elsewhere D it will be seen that Miss lHarris, pupil of 1 George Herbert Esq., R.A.M., is prepared to receive pupils for the pianoforte and organ. t HOLIDAYS-- r. W. IIohmuth, the Cour teons assistant S.M., at the local Railway station is away enjoying his annual holdiday. t We wish in, an enjoyable trip. Mr James is at present acting in Mr Hohmuth's steal. SPeCIAL COLLECTIONs. - Spe...

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How Is That For Me? [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 15 July 1892

How Is That For Me? By Frank Greene. Over one hundred years ago, when East India voyages occupied a much longer time than they do now, and when superstition was yet rife in the minds of most people, Tom Benson stepped arehore room the old bark Caledonia, just from Calcutta, and, unlike other sailors, instead of giving himself or his " dude" into the possession of one of the numerous runners for the sailor boarding houses, he betook himself to the second hotel in London, the Orient. In four days he, with the rest of his com. panions, was paid oft with the snag pile of cue hundred pounds sterling. Tom, having settled his bill at the Orient, called the landlord, and deposited with him five pounds. "When I came back here in a month or two," raid Tom, '" most likely I will be well cl-aned out, and when I call for my bill, I will put my hat on this curiously carved walking-stick, and, twilling it round, say, 'how is that for me?' You will then re member the circumstance, and, if there is ...

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Individualities. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 15 July 1892

Individualities, ----4- An American, named roesell Sage's in come is £3 a minute, and the additional day of leap.year enables him to rake in £4320. On the L3,000000 seOt apart last year out of the world's wealth for the support of the world's poor, Emma Abbott contributed L20,u000; the Marchesa llugeha, LI0,000 ; the lunhesoa Bloanini contributed jewels to the value of L'O0,000 in memory of her son; LIO,O00 was bequeathed by Mis MIellor; L20,000 by Mrs Spencer Bell. Louis Diebler, "' Monsieur de Paris," who has joest relinquished his office because of old age, has ueen for 40 years the chief executioner of France, nod in that time he has decapitated not fewer than two hundred murderers. His trade has made him de tested by his acquaintances, but he has had the practical consolation of a fortune of £24.000 amassnned by it, and for the rest of his life a pension will be paid him. Sir Morell M[ackenzie'e household expenses were large. He kept 10 servants, besides a private eiach for him...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 15 July 1892

Gener al Debility., SYiM'IT PTO SG, anguor ouralgla ;ladacho Pele Lips Pals S.in palpt'.tion pcl,!ng Eyes Constipation ??cr.ousnaas Sleeplessness Tired Feelings T[o-douloureux Shooting Pains boos of Memory Fiuohiungd of Heat Pasty Countenance Disinclination to Work RFelaxation of the Yoins Poor and Fickle Appetite Genural Languid Feelings Shivering or Cold Feelings Feelings of General Weakness eains in the Chest after eating "ching Limbs on rising from bed Eructations of Wind from Stomach .oelancholy, Hysteriaand lHypochondrla Loss of General Animation and Vitallty. FOR SPEEDY CURE CONSULT OtR. T. EASTOE ABBOTT, 19 QUEEN'S WALK (Opplosite Town lall),i , MELBOURNE. ,I 10- i R__...*?.. * at CONSULT DR. ri' E1toe Abbott Laie ~' tIy's Hospital, London, and IResldent Surgeon Leicester Hlospital, Eng. : ,t,..lcre'i, ly tie Metdihril 1eardes 'of 0,' ?t iBritain an, d Victuria. TH1E ONLY I.?:e FRIERCoL EXPERT ON fLtVOUS AILMENTS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN. A:iverti.ing in Australia. "]i INTEREST...

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BERTRAND MOLEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 15 July 1892

BERTRAND aIOLVILI?L. Gi . A LTEIRS, in Old acd Young, e * vividly describes the narrow escapes of Bertrand Moleille during the Reign of Terror in France: Certain figures in the tremendous tragedy of the French Revolution are familiar to everyonle. Their career and fate are so luridly written in the tierce light of that great cataclysm, that their names are t"familiar in our mnouths as household words." Such ens Maant, Robespierre, MDanton, Madame Poland, the Princesse do l.tambihle, the Girondists, Tallie.n, Sateire, ; Madame Ste. A.marantle, lmFoluier Tinville, and many others of the most oplposite Sualitiea antd reputation, but who were all alike in this, that they died ait violenit ideath, Ssonme in tie hideous ma.sacresof September, s-omot by the inluatiate guillotine. There is o0e11 ildividnal, howerer, whowas ',rtuIiate elnlugt lt esrjcape-to use a famit liarly forcible'p! tiph'r?e--by the skinl of hi:s teeth, jst ninety-nine years ag'o, to getI safely to England amid tlie cro...

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Care of Chickens—Diseases. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 15 July 1892

Care of Chtlricens-Diseases. Coops should be nen:ie to keep the chitbens dry at all timee. Make a tight bottom or rats will dig und?r. Make t0cm to close up securely at night. Toe follosing we find convenient for 20 to 25 c;ckeons: Length, 2 ft. G6 in.; hesit, in front 2 i. ; back 1 ft, ; depth lGin. ,deo of inch pianks, covered with shingles or elapbca:ote. Let the roof project all arouni, to kenp the sides dry. Strips in front 10 inches high allow the chickens to go in and out. It should be made movable for cleoniog out. Have a board to slip in and a butt:n to keep it up, to make it tight at night. Have an air space over the top at tihe ends, 4 to 0 in. wide filled with No. 10 wire placed perpendicularly, close enough to keep out rats. It should be clensed out and write-wa-hed often. The chickens should be carefully examined for lice when taken from the neet. It any are found, the safetl way is to pick off and kill them. Grease the hen with a little meat fryings if not too salt. K...

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DR. TWISTER'S PATIENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 15 July 1892

i Di, TWISTEIR'S PATIENT. R. ERASMUS TWISTER was seated in his consulting.roomn counting up his fees, when his much be-buttoned boy brought him a card. " Ah ! Dr. Briggs is in the waiting-room ?" asked the great Twistcr, after reading the name. " Yussir.N "Good I When I sound the gong show lim'in." " Yussir." And the boy of many buttons retired. SThe well-to-do doctor looked at the card and chuckled. He put away his fees, and looked at his watch. He had nothing to do, but it would be in very bad taste to let his young rival know that ;: so he kept him 'waiting in the adjoining room while he trimmed his nails, yawned, turned over the pages of an illustrated magazine, and yawned again. Once more he looked at his watch, and as lie had kept his visitor wait ing twenty minutes he sounded the gong, and taking a sheet of paper began to writeo prescription. Buttons introduced Dr. Briggs-a young man of thirty or thereabouts, thin, anxious, with carefully-brushed clothes of professional cut, ...

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TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. NORTH-EASTERN PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 15 July 1892

TO-MOIROW'S MATCHES. NORTHI-EASTERN PREMsIEc lllr. Avenel at Tallarook Longwood at Seymour llenalla u bye. Kilmnre at BIroadford Kilmore v Braudford-The Broaidfir team will Lb cehoee on the ground frmt the fullow iug players :--Howdeu, Wlhyte, Reid, Kenny, McDougall, Hlihmuth, Iluban (2), Dobson, Lowry, Synon, Bidstrup, II. lones, Coa;mbes, Fotbergill, Tewple, Davis, Ilardy, Bidstrup, Rudd, Illoxsham, Clements, M.Led, Reilly. IMETROProLITN 'PREMIERStt IP Essendon v Fostsrey Car-lton v St. Kilda Fitzroy v i?irhmond South Me!lbourne v Collingwood Blelbourne v Port Melbohrne. North Melhourae v Williamstown Geelong v Tl'Eamnia at Tasmania. The Lancet speaks in the highest terms of the quality of the Victorian brandy, which it says reaches the standard of perfection. The ,A.1.P Society's bonus-certificate form is only about the size of a bank notc,but with accompanying circular is sued for this oneyear weighed just about a ton and a half. Sir George Grey to represent New Zealaqd at the c...

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The British Elections. CLOSE OF THE POLLING. GLADSTONITE MAJORITY OF 12 [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

The British Elections. CLOSE OF THE PULLING. GLADSTONITE MAJORITY OF 42 The polling in eonnection with the ge neral elections is now compllete?d, the r!esllt being that the t:oadst)oites (including the two sections of the Irish Iprty) have a rau jority of 42 votes. Two returns, ho evocr, have yet to eomo to hand The following is the state of parties : Glalstonite Liberals ... ... 274 M Carth;,ites ... ... ... 72 Parnellites .. ... I Total Hlome Rulers ...- 355 Conservatives ... .. . 241 Unionist Liberals ... ... 49 Total Unionists ... ...- 313 Gladstonite Majority ... ... 41

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Broadford Dairy Factory. A TRIAL RUNNING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

SIrotllr~l ErdkLiry Fractory. -:o: A TRIAL RUNNING (eC OUR OWN REPORTER.) O.N Wednesday, at 3 o'clock, I wended my way to the recently erected Dairy Factory, which stands on the site as old residents know it, of the old Stuck Yard Inn, to witness a trial running of the machinery. This has been sup plied by Messrs. T. Robinson & Co., Limited and fitted up by them under the supervision of Mr. Ilassen, a gen tlemen who has had considerable ex perience in this respect, assisted by Mr. Bywater. On reaching the fac tory I was informed that the belting had only just arrived and that a start would not be effected until about 4 o'clock. By this time most of the Directors had arrived and everything being ready the machinery was set in motion. Those present were then shown over the factory by Messrs. liassen and Bywater, who explained the modus operandi of the various machines, that of the cream separators being particu larly interesting. As a large number of our readers will perhaps b...

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Strath Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

Strath Creek. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. As I anticipatrd the Football Social was a great success. Everyone seemed bent on enjoying themselves, even your humble scribe. Mr. Editor, threw away his lama leg and had a fly round. The music was sup plied by Mr. Riley, of Yea, whose playing was very much appreciated. During the interval the following songs were rendered: Mr. Coombe " The Wishing Cap," Mr. W. Cunningham " Eilleeu O'Connor," and Mr. J. Cunningham also favored the company with a song. Ir. WV. Walker acted as M.C. and was relieved by Mr. G. Daws. Perhaps a description of some of the dresses would in. terest the fair readers of this pape-. Mise. Forbes peackcock blue pink bow and flowers; Miss Hilliear, black cashmere, cream velvet vest and roses, Miss B. O'Connor, white lace blue bertha bow; Miss L. Forbes, grey with blue plush and cream roses ; .Miss Cunningham, black crimson ribbon and flowers; Miss N. O'Connor, pink sateen and lace ; Miss J. O'Connor, white trimmed aith ...

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To the Editor of the Broadford Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

To the Editor qf the Broadfor'd Courier. Sln,-Permit me through the columns of your valuable paper to say a few words in reference to the establishment of a creamery at Glenaroua in connec-. tion with the Broadford Butter Factory. I have been informed that the Broad ford Directors have decided to erect the creamery at the residence of MIr. Neil MlcLean. With your permission I would like to lay a lew facts before the directors and the shareholders generally, before the erection is proceeded with. In the first place the site lixed upon is right in the corner of the district which the creamery is supposed to serve, and is within a distance of about three miles of the one to be erected at Sugarloaf Creek (Wade's). Further, there is only one farmer south of the proposed site who will benefit by it, the main supply being expected to come from three and four miles on the north and west of the present site, whereas if the directors had fixed on a site about two miles in a north-westerly dir...

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Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents. THE GLENAROUA CREAMERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

---- Correspondence. .o. We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents. TIlE GLENAROUA CREAMERY. The Editoru of thle ,?oadford Courier. StR,-In your issueof the 15th July you report that a motion was unanimously carried by the Directors of above com pany to erect a creamery on Mr. Mac Lean's land in Glenaroua. This was done according to the report after a deputation consisting of Messrs. Moodie, McLean, Singleton and Keenan explai ned to the directors that the site in ques tion was the most suitable one in the district. I admit it is the most suitable for the gentlemen who composed the deputation, but I deny it is the most suitable for the district. In the first place the situation is bad. Mr. Mac. Lean's place is surrounded by nasty hills, and come from whatever side you will to it the roads are heavy, bad and steep. With regard to the quality of the water, Mr. McLean's dam had not a very enticing look about it the last time I saw it. Moreover, this ...

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Reedy Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

Ryeedy Crleek. [FROM OCR OWN CORREFI'JNDENT.] THE Crown Company are taking out a erush ing from the bottom level. Messrs. Baron and Liddel are also engaged in taking out a crushing. The Shareholders in MeMIHanu an. Brady's claim on the Tonstall Dyke line visited the claim to-day (Wednesdayl) no. seemed well pleased with the prospects. Messrs. Liddell and Mec.:anaus, are getting; on well with their shaft being now about fifty feet below the surface. The Miners' Association held their half yearly meeting on the 16th inst. The elec tion of oillcers for the ensuing half year ·, sulted as follows: Mr. Bal?er, President: Mr. Catrina, Secretary; Mr.Shae. Treouarer. At the half-yearly meeting of the maan gers of the Reedy Creek Common iMr \Vangman was appointed FIerdsitma and Secretary in lieu of Messrs. John Li ldell and J. F. Bresa resignmed, at the close of the meet. ng the chairman M hr. Trezise) moved a vo:e of thauks to the retiring oflicers for past ser vice rendered. Seconded by Mr....

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