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TOMORROW'S MATCHES. METROPOLITAN PREMIERSHIP [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. METROPOLITAN PREMIERSHIP *Essendon v Western District Carlton v North Melbourne Fitzroy v Port Melbourne South Melbourne v Melbourne St. Kilda v Fuotscray *Geelong v Tasmania . Collingwood (vacant). -NORTH-EAsTRRs PREMIERSIIIP. Kilmore at Longwood Benalla at Seymour Avenel a bye. Tallarook at Broadford Tallarook v Blroadford-The Broadford team will be chosen on the ground from the following players -Howden, W\hyte. Reid, Kenny, McDougall, Hohmuth, Hobart (2) Dobson, Lowry, Synon, Bidstrup (2), Jones, Coombes, Fothergill, Temple, Davis, Hardy Rudd, Bloxham, Clements, McLeod, lReilly.

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Bric-a-Brac. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

Brica-Brac. The gaol bill for stores purchased on ac. count of the manufacturers at Pentridge was £27 15s. ltd. per head. The Bishop of Melbourne s ys specialism and too frequent examination are two great dangers in the way of education. News is to hand of a volcanic eruption in the Talantse group, resulting, it is feared, it. the loss of the island of Sanguir and great loss of life. Robert Chaplin, son of an English clergy man and formerly an officer in the army, arrested on a charge of obtaining ,2 2as. by false pretences Smart shock of earthquake at tieechworth on Monday, at 5.56 p.m, Two whales were observed disporting in the bay off Port Fairy on Sunday. One hundred and fifty rousabouts on Weilmoringle station, Brewarrina, have struck for 30s. per week. Mlitchell, a bookmaker, well-known in North-Eastern, arrestedat Albury for travel ling on an expired railway ticket. The Rev. Cheek Iloug Cheoug, arrived at Adelaide on Monday, aftr an extended sisit to England on a crusade agai...

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

[FROst OUR OWN COORRESPONDENT.] Everything is very dull here just now, and a good number of cattle are dying through the very severe season. The people are taking a more lively interest in proposed creameries in con nection with the Broadford Dairying Company, but there is a great difference of opinion over the site chosen for the Glenaroua creamery. The main con tention is that it is too near the one at Sugarloaf Creek, and lemves the largest payt of Glenaroua unprovided for. If ths is the case the ditectors should be very careful of what they are doing, hs it is necessary to secure as many farmers as possible to make the company a suc cess, and if any gap is left open it is sure to be taken up by other factories. Then the directors and shareholders can repent at leisure. It thus behoves the manage ment of the Broadford company to give this mutter their earnest consideration the cost of working. &c., and the advis ableness of erecting three creameries, when two should be qu...

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Oddfellows' Church Parade. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

Oddlfellows' Church Parade. ON the occasion of the recent Church parade of Oddfellows', the incumbent of St. Matthew's Church of Enm'land-the Rev. H. Braddock-preached on Chlr'st cleansing His temple; ," Take these things hence, and make not my Father's House. an house of merchandise." He spoke first to those who seldom attended public worship anywhere, urcing the ex ample of Jesus Christ, who, although the temple worship then had degenerated into formality, and the priests scarcely be. lieved anything; -although he was a Prophet and more than a Prophet, and could teach far nobler and grander I-ssons in Galilee than the hair-splitting arguments in Jerusalem ; yet he attended the passover regularly,thus rebuking those who forsook the assembling of themselres together. Some say ' I get more rood reading my Bible at home'. Query : ' When you stop at home, do you read the Bible, or is it a fact that you do get more good thus'? Although the churches are not all they should be yet we ough...

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Municipal Election. TWO CANDIDATES FOR EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

. ulllieillal -Electioin.- -.. :o: TWO CANDIDATES FORI EXTRAOR DINARY VACASCY. On Monday last two candidates--Iessrs. Alex. McLeod and Albert Millard-were nominated for the vacant seat in the B]road. ford Shire Cotneil, caused through the resig. nation of the late gresident, Mr. Alexander MecLeod. The election mill take place on Tuesday, 2nd day if August, and the success tul candidate will have the pleasure of being a sitting member at one meeting, after which he will have to retire, and, if desirous of re taining the seat, present himself for reelec tion at the general election which takes place on Thursday, 25th August. In another column will be found Mr. Millard's address to the electors.

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The Broadford Courier, AND REEDY CREEK TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1892. Our Railways. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

Itc groadford Q6outier, AND REEDY CREEK TIMsEs. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1892. Our Railways. No one can truthfully say that the Shiels Government are not using their best endeavors to earn distinction in pursuance of their railway policy. Sur prise follows surprise with startling rapidity. First we had the impeach ment of the Commissioners, followed a short time afterwards by their sus. pension. Then the House met, and Ministera declared tiat they would in sist upon the dismissal of MIr. Speight and his colleagues, or they would fall and be buried under the ruins of their rejected motion. Yet they were not bur.ed, neither did they fall, for the simple reason that they made a timely escape through a back d.oor, from a positi.n they saw was becoming un tenable.. Seeing their supporters were likely to fall away, "negotiations" were opened, how or by whom has been prudently left unexplained, with the result that the Commissioners are to draw handsome allowances without e...

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Goods and Parcels. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

Goods and Parcels. Goods and parcels for the folluowing are lying at the local railway station: Bruce, Blair. Topping, ;Ldftrd, luoiro, Kennedy, LongstatO; Cemetery, McDougalt.I lobertson, McRae Millard, McClelland, Longataff. Englishh. lsidstrup, Selby, .McKenzie

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A BORDER BULLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

A BORDER BULLY. H'HE killing of Joe Hall, the rowdy, roysterer, gambler and all around rough, by Herbert IReynolls, the cow boy, at Whitman, one year ago, was a sensational murder, and one that created much excitement at the time, although but little about the affair was ever heard of through the Omaha press. Joe Hall, the victim of the tragedy in question, nmade his appearance at Whitman about the time the Aurora & Broken Bow Branch of the B. & M. reached there. Nobody knew whence he came, or who lie was, and cared less, for he soon became a holy terror in the emhbryo city, and somne of his deeds for cowardly brutality nod fiendish heartleasness surpassed anything known in the criminal annals of the western part of the State. An original was this border bully, worthy of a word or two of description. In his physical and mnoral tnia, lie was a comjple:: character. A big, broad shoulderel hybrlid, having in his veins at least three separate streams of blood-European, ....

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UP THE FURROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

S UP THE FURHOW. SHE half-breed and I had been away from the camp for several hours, leav ing only Sam, thecoloured man, there, and wore returning by the mountain trail. The last bend in this trail was seventy or eighty rods to the west of our camp and two hundred feet above it, and we instinctively paull?ci for a look. There were tile two tents, the horses and mules picketed beyond, a smouldering camp fire, thenegro lyingon the boadl of his back with his head toward us. It was three o'clcek in the afternoon of a summer s day. Sam was apparently dozing, for it seemed an effort for him to raise a hand to bruch away the flies which pwrsisted in settling on his face. We were about to go on, when Joe sud denly caught his breath and grasp, l my arm and pointed to a spot about halt way between the base of the hllfi and the camp. There was a sort of natural drain or furrow running along the earth, deepening in outr direction, and here and there was ia bunch of weeds to prove a little dampn...

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Commercial. LIVE STOCK REPORT. Melbourne, Tuesday, 19th July. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

Commercial. LIVE STOCK EIEPORT. Melbourne, Tuesday, 10th July, FAT SITEEP.--The market was moderately supplied, and proved within trado require. meats, only 111,5i0 having been yarded. Best descrilptions were sparingly represented, with a smaller proportion of prime heavy erossbreds thlau usual. The demand was brisk throughout, and an early clearance was affected at frntm id. to es.per head advance on last week's improved rates. Iu the case of lots not within the range of trade require ments no umaterial alteration in value .an be quoted. Prite rrossbre.l wethers from 18s i,5. to 22s. (;d.; a few extra, tromn :1s. to 248. good ero.shred wethers, front 15s. to 17s. lid. prine crossbred owes, front. 14s. lid. to l8s,; good do. do., tron 12-. d. to 14s.; prime merino etlhers, from 1is. to 17s. fl.; good do. do.., from 12. thl. to 14s.; middling do, do.,from 10s. to lls.; pnrime mtrinoewes, from l1l. to 12s. ltd.; extra, to is. 3&. FAT Launs.--A200 were penned. Bloat description...

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DAWNING OF A NEW INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

DAWNING OF A NEWV INiDUSTRY. ATIOR.EY: "Describe as nearly as you can the assault the prisoner made on you." Witness : " He threw his arm about my neck, shutting off my wind. Then he pulled off my overcoat, a heavy first-class garment made by Rautchett and Haycroft, .No. 40, Scully-avenue, of the very best material and workmainship--" "Never mind that. What did he do next?" "Best overcoat I ever had and cost me only-- "sConlisne yourself to the facts of the case, if you please." "Yes, sir. Cost me 34 dollars. They're gi?ing 10 per cent. off for cash. Then he relieved me of my watch. It was a gold hunting-cave timepiece, full-jewelled, stem winder auld slemlsetter-- " You needn't describe the watch." "No, sir. 1 got it of Bolbshell and Counpany, No. 3411, PllLsifer-place. Best watch I ever owned and cost me only--" "All this is immaterial. I want only the facts peltaiiing to the robbery." "lThatl what I'msgivin.g' you. Cost me only 16.50 dollnrs, and they've ,ot a whlle show-case ful...

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Football. NORTH-EASTERN PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

Football. o:0: NORTII-EASTERN PREMIERSHIP. The following table shows the results o, matches played for the North-Eastern Foot ball Association premiership up to and in cluding last Saturday: Club. o[ Tallarook ... 7 5 0 242 3 28 24 Seymour ... 7 o 1 01917 28 2 Benalla ... 7 3 031 15 28 16 Avenel ... 7 4 1 14 29 28 to between these clubs was to have been played at Seymour on Saturday, but as Longwood did not turn up, the result was a walk-over for Seymour. Tallarook v. AveneL- This match took place on the ground of the former under anything but favorable climatic conditions, and resulted in a win for the home team by four goals to one. The premiers, who who were led by T. Doxey, proved too superior in their marking for the visitors, who, playing a man short, were captained by M?. Fosdick. The goal-kickers were, for Tallarook, Tom Kennedy, D. Seymour, Boulton and Win. nell: for Avenel, Gordon. The locals throughout had the best of the game and in the latter half merely acted on the de...

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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

iunteresting Itetis, :o A movement has been initiated to estah lisha" W\oman's Club" in Melbourne, on the model of the Somerville Club, in London. It is proposed to make the subscription about los. per annum, to provide light and cheerful reading rooms, in which will be found the various journals and periodicals published, and eventually to add a library to the institution. Such a club could no. 1:il to prove an acceptable boon to a number of single women in Melbourne who are compelled to live inlodgings,and w, mainlyv have to sit in their bedrooms during the long winter evenings. A fe: nights ago, says Lonehand in the 'Express," a genial resident of Seymour walked home at i a.m., his eyes sparkling like freshly-polished diamonds, and his ic', cgia lsothed with. co; sieujtnuls iae, re., .. la 6ete-hnalf"-ti dt oolat so pleased. Her language was temperate, although satirical, and when she said it was neither funny nor respectable to parade round the town in the costume of an Assyrian...

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TRAINING HIM DOWN. A BOAT-RACE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

TRAINING 1IlM DOWN. A BOAT-RACE STORY. (HEY rated and they raved at him; but he was impervious. His surname doer not matter in the least; it had long beer. forgotten. The Coach of the 'Varsity eight knew him as " Six," and the rest of the crew as "Jumbo" ; though, of course, he may have had another title. He had gained fame when his college boat" went head "in the previous May races, and in the "Trials" he had been looked on as a certainty for the boat. He was as strong as a bull, and they had thoaght training would do much for him ; but-hlie was so heavy. " He could spare a stone if we could get It off him," said the President ruefully. "You never will," said the Coach, "uunless you can get hlil to do more work ; he's strong enough." "He's no casual," said the President. 1 "He worked harder than anyono till he f thought himself sure of his place, and now he's Limply lazy, and I doubt if he'll improve; and, hang it all, our ninth man was brought with a view to the chance of Bow's wr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

B;lsiness Notices. "?T PALMER, Root Maker. Ladies 1 and Gents' hoots of all description made to order. Material and workmanship guaranleed. A. MILLR&?D, GENERAL STOREKEEPER. HIGH STREET, BROADFORL. J. D7. NETLL, SADD LER AND HARNESS MAKER IltIGot-TPEFT, BRO.DFORD. REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED. A large supply of hardwood timber alwap of, hand. Job Mdctiesh, Gre'r'ra I paT' i aPken eper BROADFORD. i AS on sale DRAPERY, GROCERIES, BOOT) AND SHOES. IRONMONGERY AND HORSE FEED. All goods guaranteed sound, and a rasonable prices. Nrotice of nemoval. J. .. Lockeyear, HAIR CUTTER. iMfany years of Collins-st, Melbourne) .E(IS to notify his Patrons that he has tel en the Premises adjning Cr. Holhell'e. :lnd close to the Post Office, Broadford. J.IRL. has on hand an assortment of cheap a:ll pictures with Scriptural Texts. M?s. Abley, MIDWIFE AND LADY'S NURSE, I',sAs.tEa ST., Broadford. Frst-class Re ferences. AN INTERESTING LETTER F2ROt A W .LL.KNOtOW SPECIALIST. R. LI.t EFLLYN, who is duly ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

Notice. NOTICE 'N and after this date, 22ndJuly, 1892, Vtreight will be charged on all parcels en trusted to my care. W. PARKER BROADFORD TOWN COMMON A LL CATTLE and HORSES on which the fees for the half-year ending 3sst December, 1892, remain unpaid after the 1st of August (prox), will be impounded without further notice. Farmers' cattle not allowed on common. By order of the Managers, W. FOTHEGILL, Secretarypro ternm. ilMUSIC TUITION. - M1IISS IHARRIS, pupil of George Herbert LL Esq.. R.A.M., is prepared to receive Pupils for pianoforte and orgau. For terms apply Methodist Parsonage, next Coffee Palace. FOR SALE. (tTRAW CHAFF, £2 per ton, on the tfarm. Bage to be found. ZWAR BROS., Broalford. NOTICE. INAL NOTICE is hereby given to all SCREDITORS of the late Da PuRanic totkend in accounts immediately. A meet ing of Creditors will be held on Monsov, 25th inst., at to a.m., at St. Matthew's Par sonage. Photos I PhotosI Photos f HOSE who are desirous of securing first class likenesses...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

Local and General News. -----o------ Meetings.--The Broadford Shire Council will hold its usual monthly meeting on Monday next, on which date the voters' lists for the Shire will also be revised. Sale.---Messrs. Osborn and Hudson will sell by public Auction, on the premises to morrow, 23rd inst at I o'clock p.m. the household furniture and effects in the estat of the late Dr. Purrier. Creamery.--At a meeting of Directors of the Broadford Dairying Company, held on Monday evening, the tender of Messrs. Marshall Bros. was accepted for the erection of a creamery at Sugarloaf Creek, at £56 11S. Court.---The only case set down for hear ing at the local court on Monday was that of Werthiem Sewing Machine Co. v. Mary Sims. Claim for £7 for use and hire of chattels. As there was no appearence of either party the case was struck out. Tea.---On Wednesday afternoon next the local members of the Salvation Army propose holding what is known to them as a" Ham Jam and Glory Tea," in the Mechanics'....

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THE FAIRY BISHOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

THE FAIRY BISHOP. N'itTLEY IiIcnTiME was ia New England fairy of Puritan descent who preferred tl a bustle and excitement of city life to the quieter pleasuresof the country. The Golden City of Manhattan being the only settlement in America that offered a metropolitan exis. tence, it came about that ho spent most of his time there. One afternoon, as he was floating aimlessly down Fifth Avenue, invisible to others, but seeing everything himself, lie noticed two beautiful young ladies, who had picked up a kitten from a doorstep. Each girl, after kissing the kitten and pressing it against her cheek. handed it to the other, who fondled it in a similar fashion. "That must be fun," thought Nightlcy. " Why shouldn't I be in it?" So he hurried on ahead of the beauti ful girls, and alighting onl a con venieut door. step,t ransformed himself intoa most inviting kitten. Now,'Niglhtley Hightiimeasa married fairy, and tie should not havedounethis. But retribution was close upon him, for two smal...

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SHE WAS ENTITLED TO IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

SHE WAS ENTITILLD TO iT. HARLE Y LARKINS had married nearly three months, when it happened that certain business had to be transacted at the Masonic lodge of which he was a member -business which could not possibly be got it through in his absence. Now, hitherto ti Charley had lot thought it worth while to h mention to his wife that he was a Freemason i nor had he yet tried the experiment of spend' It ing a whole evening out of her company. h Consequently, lie was not very sure how she d would receive the intimation that on a certain k Wednesday night he would not be at home I after business till quite late-twelve o'clock, a or one in the moringl or so. However, lhe t broached the subject gently at breakfast, ii and to his surprise and pleasure found that I no explanations were asked for. Angelina took it all as a matter of course, merely It remarking : f "Oh, you never told me you were a Free mason. All right. If you're going to the a lodge to-night, I needn't sit up for you, i bec...

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ANECDOTE OF QUEEN ELIZABETH. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 22 July 1892

ANECDOTE OF QUEEN ELIZARETE. MARGARET L.r ahsY, one of Queen \lary's sEoring maids, having lost her husband almost at the same thie as her Iloyal mistress, both having been decapitated by Queen Eliulbeth's orders, felt her loss so keenly that she resolved to be avenged on the Queen for having caused her this double loss. Di)guising herself us a man, she toolk two pistols, intending to hide herself among the crowd while the queen welnt to chapel; then seizing her oppurtunity, shoat the qucen and afterwards hereelf so us to escape punish. molt. But it so happlened that ,hile the queen was one dlay walking i hier grounds this, woman, in tryilng to push thlIrough the clond with too inuch lniste, allowed one of the i pistols to fdull. The guiidu wiho noticed the occurrence at once seized her. The qlucen wi-hed to exaininle the ;i isouner Iterontdlly, and, ordering her to lie broughtli before hiei, t began to question lit-, tahing her for a man. MInadamn," leplied the womlan, boldly, "tho...

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