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Football. NORTH-EASTERN PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

Football. -:o: NfORTH-EASTERN PREMIIERSHI". The following table shows the results of matches played for the North-F?astern Foot ball Assoiation premiership up tuand in cluding last Saturday: Club. I M a Tallarok ... 12 10 2s11t 48 44 Servmur ... 12 8 4 '13 48 32 Ki'lmore ... I : 825 44 22 Ienalla ... 12 6 373 48 24 Uiroadford .... I I i5u241t 20 Ae.nel o...12 x 4 7 t'oiS5 43 IS Longwood... 12 I ox Ij 4

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Complimentary Banquet to Tallarook Footballers. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

Complimentetary annlqutet to Tallarook Footballers. .0 On Saturday evening last a large 4 number of the supporters of Tallarook o footballers met at the Mechanics' Insti tute to do honour t to te premiers r.f 1892. SThe whole of the team rolled up to the d kindly invitation issued by the committee. a r.J. M'Cormack (president ot theclub) occupied the chair, supported by the 't essrs. Porter, Hickey and )ockery. The tables were well filled. Mr. Fox having charge of the catering was sufli cient guarantee as to what the supply consisted of. After all had done justice to the good things provided. The Chairman proposed the " Health of Her Majesty the Queen," which was duly drunk with the musical strains of ithe National Xnthenmt' Mr. Jno. Hlickey then gave the toast of the " N.E. Football Association." Mr. J. Howe, in responding to the toast, commented upon many bad knocks that outsiders had given the association in view of its decisions. le could assure everyone present that the differe...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Legislative Council Elections. NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

Legislative Coamicil Elections. NOMINATION OF CANIDIDATES. The nomination or candidates for election to the 14 seats in tie Legislative Council vrated by rotation took pla?e on Friday. Tie following nominations were received : Melbourne Provinee.-Mr. C. J. 11am, the retiring member, returned unoposed. South Yarra 'Province.-Mr. S. Fraser, the retiring member, returned unotpposed. tonuthern 'Province.-Mr. D. Melville, the retirino muemalor, ratrtlrd unopposed. North Central Province.-The following I inlatinstioll tr the'vacancy caused b the retirement of Mr. Stanbridge were reetived: -William HIenr Embling, physician, Eaat - St. Kilda; William Thomson, farmer, . yneton. North Yarra Province.-The nominations received were thoqe of Mr. W. H. Roberts, the retiring nembter, and Mr. N. Levi. Northieastern Province.-Mr. F. Brown, Ihrrister at law, of Beechlworth. The r tiring ,cmlmer was the only candidate n. minated. Western Province.-The only candidate nluinated was the r.eiriln member, ...

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PITT AT PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

WILLIAM PIrr, the great English atatee. man, who died in 1806, was commonly regarded as a coll and ongenial man. Probahly he was reserved with most folk, but with certain young friends of his he could be as happy and as much at ease as a child. One extraordinary gameof romps is recorded in which lie took a leading part, only two years before his death. lie had been enter taiinlg three of lis boy friends, and after walrds they began toi have some fun. The lads threatened to black his face with burnt cork, and he prepared to resist them. At this momlent, Lord Castlereagh and Lord Liverpool were announced. They were askedt to wait, and meanwLohle a terrilic contest ensued between Pitt, armed with a cushion, and tlhe three guests trying to bedaub him. Youlth and strength were gradually gaining the upper hand, when Ise suspendedhostilities by pretending that, he coult bent them if he plead., hbut tiat they mustn't keep th oe grailee?ne waiting anly longer. A towel dil tain iof water havi...

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"B" COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

"B" COMIPANY. n Muacntsot.-Attendance very fair. e Parades punctual. Arms, accoutrements eand men clean, in good order and neat. Drill very good. Too many men away from an inspection parade. Ke ATANDRA.-Attendance good. Arms, d accoutrements and men clean and in k good order generally. Some men (not I long in) not tip to pattern of V.M.R. drill, good. but rather slow in dismounted duty, and a want of confidence shown by the Nos. i of sections in giving orders in e extended duty. SHEPPARtTON.-Attendance indifferent. e Men, arms, and accoutrements clean. tidy. and in good order, in a few cases attention wanted to stirrup irons, &c. VWant of punctuality in parading observ. able in two instances. Drill very fair, ) but wants improving. This detachment has made an excellent recovery from a sery poor position, and when it has been a little longer in existence faults now pointed out will no doubt be eradicated. I R Lieut. Lloyd is requested to report on the absentees and state who ...

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Victorian Mounted Rifles. ANNUAL INSPECTION. Head Quarters, V.M.R., Melbourne, August 25, 1892. "F" COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

I Victorian Mounted Rifles. . :o: ANNUAL INSPECTION. Head Quarters, V.M.R., Melbourne, August 25, 1892. "F" COMPANY. YEa.-Attendance very fair. Three men absent without leave or written excuse. Arms, accoutrements and men clean appearances. Kits not all properly branded. Drill very fair in some, move ments good. MAANSFI EL.-Attendancegood. Arms, accoutrements; and men generally clean and tidy; some cases require attention. not being up to the regimental standard. Drill good kits in a lamentable condition as regards brar.ding, this matter has been now . sourc :n rem.irk ior over a year, no further excuses will be accepted about it. AL.xasn?na.-Attendance very bad. Drill indifferent: but it must be noted that the weather and ground were against a good display. Kits as regards branding, in a bad state, weather against a smart turn out, but inspection under cover showed that care had been taken of arms and accoutrements which were clean. Men were tidy in appear ance. This detachment req...

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THACKERAY AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

THACIKERAY AT IIOME. In Macmillan for May are Mrs. Thackeray i Ritchie's reminiscences of her childhood at home with her fathler. JEA3IES DE LA PLUCIIE IIN THE FLESH. It seems to have been a curious house in which the little Thackeray ljired : Ours was more or less a bachelor's estab lishlent, and tile arraigements of the house varied between a certain fastidiousness ond the roughest simplicity. We had shabby table-cloths, alternating with some of my grandmother's fine linen ; we had olt Derby china for our dessert of dried figs and dry biscuits, and a silver Flaxman teapot (which always poured oblations of tea upon the cloth) for breaktast, and three cracked cups anti saucers of unequal patterns and sizes. One morning, J.ealue de la Plluche (so m0y father's servant and factotum chose to call himself when hIe wrte to tile papers) brought in a hamlper which had just arrived. When it was unpacked we found, to our great satisfaction, that it contained a lovely break fast array. A china...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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A STORY OF A YOUNG HERO. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

A STORIY OF A YOUNG HERO. S[ ALLO ! Wliat's young Salamander up IL toonow." " lad!, I fancyr or else he wants to get killed." "And so he will, whether ihe wants to or not, if lie goes running in a:mong tile bullets like that!" In truth, yoming S manlammler, otherwise Lord Charles lhiy, of the lot Lifo Guards, did seem to be running a fearful risk without alny reason whatever. One of the Iharlest battles ever fought between the French and English i RBelgium was Iatits hutlst. The Flenich army was I much stronger of tile two, andt although the English held their own ground as stubholi nily os hbllldOgs, it scecidil very doubtful which way the light wouhl go. J.ust then, in the thick of thll uproar and confusion, the rolling smoken and the flying shot, young tiny (whose bravery under fire had long since earneid hint the nicknamie of "Salamander " fIroum his adoring soldies) was seen to step forth front the Euiglishm line and advance ist iglht towards the enemy. " Come back, my lord, co...

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Water Your Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

Water Your luores. sA horse can live 23 days without solid Sfa d, merely drinking water; 17 days with i cut eating or drinking; and 5 days when eating solid food without drinking. An idea prevails among horsemen that a horse r should never be watered more than three times a day or in 24 ho.rs. This is not only a mistaken idea, but a brutal practice. A hubse's stomach is extremely sensitive, and wid suff?r under the least interference, causing a feverish condition. leeding a horse principally on grain, and driving it fire hours without water, is like giving a man salt mackerel for dinner and not allow. ing hint to drink before supper time-very unsatisfactory fr the man. If you know any tliing about the care ot horses and have any s mpathy for themlt, woter them as often as they want to drink-once an hour, if possible. Il; doing this you will not only be merciful to your anim:als, but you will be a benefactor to yourself, as they will do mune work, they Icok better and live longtr. If...

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Commercial. LIVE STOCK REPORT. Melbourne, Tuesday 30th August. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

Coulmlmlercil. ::-; LIVE STOCK REPORT. Melbourne, Tueslay :10th August. Fat S'ahep-22,00 yardle. The general tone of the marlet was brisk. Prime m. rinues were in Lbat request at full prices; prime heavy crs ,irodsl were in shorter I .pply aul realised improved aintes. The bIlk of the supply however, consisted of tme rinles trom Riverina, ranging from second to useful quality. whieh tot an improved Id, man with a lir:ner tendency. About 1600 shorn wothers fim;i lIicerina ireme to hand in middling condition, haing the first draft of it erason. Prile crossbred wo tlers, from l;s to 8lea ; a ew extrado, do, trom 11l3,to 22e li: p,'imcrasroIed ewes, Irom 12s Od to 14s; i fee ,.xtrT , do.o ; frion;l5s to 18s ; prI mo merinol wetahers froil ls In 18e : good do, do, from 11s to 12s ; middling and in. filior, rnlt 7s; prile merino ewes, from i. (hd to 10ls 6l; extra ido to lla Od. Fat I.ambs-'dl I wernle penned. The iI ianod was brisk at, iflly llte rates. Prime vim.lner lamls, fiom iit.l t...

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FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

FGOfLAIL ASSOCIATION. A nPrCi ui. meeting of thet North Enstorr Fohtl:l Association wa·s t'i it the lIailw:ý, Cliub hl t-l, 4,vmo,rur, on Titsdiay eveilln l'r?ent 'ir W. Tristan. in the chlir. ati 1eharsa. lban, (Vi.-e presdt.l. . T.nkin (i.enell) Gel en (S,. i:ttr). Ttxlthr:l (KI imnr'), Shoea Tallirook), nod Dobson (!oai ftri). lresirs. Turfo-l. (ltllen, Shel. Tristan ndl REatn wtrt ai:plin,.d a nlllll:tce to d -ld with the tIne of two i:ror o ih, ii. he. n ir ot* r-ed by 11t ,. iCto, for u-oo- , tt l osoo. te ,h ite?t i .- I se ti t tht lo a S.i'ytmur :,s i l-t uair la r matni-t. Ail, r v .i J,.,- had blott, takiu n on l , sid it wu'n i:te ee shi glel ito ?ii, r.: :ard. th r.:pin andl upholhds thea, .a of 01r .11'Canit in hringr ngt the? matu e,' Up (1,r . i 1liti.,l bul is ,,t+.,pution thn: th-+re is ~':a mn 'slppl eheln sin us to who r:,1y' nused tho lang~un:. . rptr t was rci?ve' tum Kil'nnr. n' j,',io. t, "'.,lbtr,,ok Ile ; ,h Iurd t' winnrs ,f 1,st Sater lay', mnt,,,a t, t!:...

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Formal opening of Broadford Butter Factory. A LARGE GATHERING. MACHINERY STARTED BY MRS. M. K. McKENZIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

1slrmnIl olpteuiig of lilroad ford Butter FIactor;y. .o A LARGE GýTHEV!NG. MACHINERY STARTED BY MRS. M. K. McKEZIE. Tuon Broadlford rluatter Factory was formally opened yesterday aft"rnoon in the presence of about 130 ladies and gentlemenu, who assembled at the in vitation of the Directors and which in cluded Mr. Melville, M.L.O., Mr. M. K. McKenzie, M.L.A.. and Messrs. M3nirhead, (representative of Clark and Co., Bristol,) J. Dunn, (Wood, Dunn and Co.,) Thompson (patentee of the Pneumatic Churn), and BMr. J. Robin. son (of :rliinson ant Co.). About 130 gallons of milk had been received for the trial running which was placed in the large receiving tank and heated to a temperate of 75 degrees. At 2.30 o'clock, everything being in readiness, Mrs. VclKenzie at the re quest of Mr. McLeod, chairman of directors, set the machinery in motion and smashed the orthodox bottle of champagne on the fly-wheel amid three ringing cheers for i the Broadford IDairying Company and Mers. McKln zie." Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

,olds. 'Zho Coim.rociol .Stl, BI:OADFOIID.: OPPOSITE THE RA.\ILWAY STATION. M 1R16. T. 4 'A D ESII RES to intimate to her numerous . Friends, the travelling Public gener :ily, and the resideots of Ilroadford in parti f ular, that she has re-taken the above "long established and well-known hostelry. The Wines. Spirits, Ales and Liquours of al! Kinds, Guaranteed of the best Qutality. ACCOMMOI5A'TI'N .FOR BOARDERS & SHOOTING PARTIES. COMMODIOUS IIILLIARD ROOM. GOOD STABLING, EVERY CIVILITY AND ATTENTION MAlRIA BERG, Proprietress. The Broadf'rd Hotel, High Street, Broadford, S replete with every convenience as a Commnercial ITotel. Only the hest trands of wines, spirits, &e., kept in stock. LIBERAL TABLE. Good Billiard Table. Horses aoul BuRgies for Hire. Good Stabling. Cabs Meet Trrino at Shortest Notice. I':VERY CONVENIENCE for fishing and shtoting parties. Etrict Civility and Attention. P. E01TImUe, Proprietor. Reecdy ('reek Hotel, REEDY CREEK. "YS replete with every ...

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The Broadford Courier, AND REEDY CREEK TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

Ann REEDYv CREP.K TIsIS. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1892. IssURANCE.-IMr. Niels Bidstrup has been appointed local agent of the Commercial Union Assurance Company. SOCIAL.-A blue-ribbon social entertain. ment will be held in the Primitive Metho dist Church on Tuesday evening. WEATHER-One of the heaviest down. falls of rain which have been experienced in this district for some months took place on Sunday night and Monday morning. MlECtasItcs.-The grant to the local Me chanics' Institute this year amounts to g96 8s. 2d. as against about £35 last year. This comes as a welcome surprise to the com mittee. SPORTSMEtc.-In another column sports men are cautioned against trespassing on Mir. Kenneth McKenzie's property where sheep are running. Poison has geen laid for dogs. WotsANnoon SUFFR.GE--The NewZea land Electoral Bill has passed its third read. ing in the House of Representatives. It provib es for womanhood suffrage, which is to come into operation in June. 1893. AGEsT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

Notices. PRIMITIVE METHODIST CIIURCHI, BROADFORD. B LUE RIBDON SOCIAL AND EN TERTAINMET in the METHO?IIST CHURCH on TUESDAY next, SEPTEMPIER 6th, at half-past seven o'clock. Admission SIXPENCE. BIOADFORD CRICKET CLUB. TIHE annual meeting of the above club - will be held at the Broadford Hotel on Saturday, the 3rd day of September, 1892, at o'clock p.m. Business : To receirs Report and Balance Sheet, and elect officers for the ensuing season; also to consider the desirability of ... forming a North-easter.c a A large attendance of members is par ticularly requested. E. H. DOBSON, Hon. Sec. TO SPORTSMEN. ®N and after this date all Coursing, Shooting, or otherwise trespassing with dogs strictly prohibited in any of my paddocks in which sheep are running. Persons so offending will be liable to pro secution. Poison will also be laid in future. KENNETH McKENZIE, Glenview, Broadford, August 25. SIIRE OF BROADFORD. ANNUAL ELECTION, 1892. J IIEREBY declare that the Poll taken before me this ...

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INSULTING QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

INSULTLNI; QUESTIONS. Wtrllu you are introduced to anyrJoy, it it natural that you should want to make yourself as aagreeable It pos oible. Silegla by asking questionl. This is an inquiring age, and if you put your new fricnlldon thie witincs-stard, alldi keep them there constaltly, they will have no chancete to catechine you. A good oWly to openll fire llluon a newt' acluainlalllce is to ask him where hie came from, anlld wihat Ie rcamne for, rnld lhor he likes it now that hIe has got here. Thern no c:un ask othim how old he ii. Everybody, especially ladies, will enjoy talking about their ag:e. If he has erown -ftee at his eyes. and grey hair on his temple.s, he will be pIraSneI to tell his age aind to hear til on idecant llpen his touthful look nld i pllearanlce. iYol caI ;ay sonmething like thir,'rnl,,osing you :n e.peakin. to to l.,ily: " 1hy, Iny dear' .ir;. Jlonlle, how well loil yOllln yat llare ltking ! hliiranIrgo howt ?im Iell doIe I keep their yrlthiful looks! Why, let le...

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HIS REQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

Ills IIEQUE'IU L Fr ita long timea e held her hand in the dark parlour. "You will always love me!" he mlur " Yes, George." "Always." Sileuce. " You will always care for me!" he said aoftly--::o softly that the poiiceman sleeping eal h. orner did not awaken. " Always," she rcpeated. " i is too much " he gasHped, shultling one le oneaiiiy: "but still, if you coy eo, de?ar.et, I-I-" "1).,:1. y.u dulbt me, (eorge! " I)a ? youn? never! And still, and 'IT '.loom thiketlned again. The clock tickeoil ciis cevir. Thle house dog sleplt on thi mnat. The ,gs1 Ilicl:ered unieasily, and c;;it l. I1,c-;le: rfl.ctiol on tIle wall. lie -i <y li'. stler a tint : " 'ou soy you will lhnways care for met' ': 1'1;.r."" I":\d a:?r-.; clheri.- and adore.?" "('h cli , and adore." " Al obey anl bless andl idealise '" "The:l," he igaped, in hollow tones, io,win, t,,; dee, train under whichl lie i; i held, " will you begin with a little :~rgive me, 'da: ., tll you know I love ,,.t- .;il with t littl...

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MOONSHIN KATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

M.OONSIII{ KATE. "rT was .aid by al! h.t Pastl Dillon wasc taking his life i is ownl ands wheln Ihle, as a depoty Il esl States Mlar.sbal, undertook to ferret n, the illicit stills in the heart. of tlat, tl Main range which separated North Cart ina td Tennessee. It was his inllt?nt.ii to lootk after one Dick: Wieslow, said ti be at the head of the illicit disliller in i ccitain nieighylour hood. Winslow was i Imnllii1f desperate ciharac ter, hal killed i man ii the streets of the county town, oand hadl tied arrest for the Night wn thlrow\in lier salie palti of elourl end coomi: ,to,'m over the Itr.dcsrca1l, when the llicer re'lched a spr. ,n the elevatcd I rid, frola which the huimhbl home of thl \'inuoesa.i coulhl tre vell. ! Dillon wt s abolut. to.spit the spot whetn hoe hrirsd a .tep behind him, and aso hie turn:d lie wa. salltedl with tie harsh order "llhesis lip!" ie saw at the imo;,ent, , t:al mant with a cockte:l r.voiver il the pat',. " I're got. him i Come ini boys I" cried...

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TWENTY MINUTES BY THE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

TwVENTY MINUTI, S BY THIn ' it very l.rlange,'he sil. with a lgIh , a) " it it ahn,,t cion , t hie e ,,,-,in-i ilig of tho wantolever afi er: lig a:,-.ec,. If our wortilhy, bult ll : lidt l.ne--lIn-ts in their religious frenzies ia, It ,ut, hit upon this iiethiotl of uiorrtifyin the esp,.rit as omeof their pienaice.s. I ventue to tlhiuk thato it wontli hove becomen a iery vylualle propet t Ly to the patentee, and a mielhoi Ritach in rogue. Spikes in the hearl :tre wfeos tIhlln spikes in the feet, after aill." She noide ni reply. She did not even moue her head. tiue ia,.. loOtkin1 li.edly down the iiver. A y -ll "-kmunrltl sang somewhei e amongl the illt lheir. T''ele was oI short laeli.:, all theln he went on, wilh a alighI. drawi l in his voice: "Take a mnul who lts i een bu ti n i' d alive in a veritable Saharai for fie years. Ofl cilrse, yoil 1clinliot inmagine what t.t, meil as. Ilulil ani i lnaginlation will int .llretlh toh il. But, take clh l]la man: trv ill pi ur ll him morn...

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A RIDING REMINISCENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 2 September 1892

? areoall liable to error, Mr. Moul ton," said I, " but to my mitd Srahti Ann's a jade, and I should ahdvise you to divide the stakes if you can co arrange. Were she mine, I ehould put her up for talo is soot as possible after.:ards." I was talking to the owner of the aforesaid Sarah Ann, whom I had just mtatnaged to squeeze home head and head with a hiotlre called Tenitsot in a steeplechase Ihandicap! in tlie Midlads. Itoe looked vexed. " I had a hundred oil her," Ihe said, " and by her t rial hle ought to have anio enaily. You are thile tirt who has called her a jade." " Time will show, Mlr. lioulton," 1 replicd, being a little nettled. T''he next lime i calne across Sa -nil Annt was at K.---. I tan riding a horse called Sea-king, whom aIll connected with him thought sure it win. To begin with, I le mare: Itiel to savaeo tile, hiving cvidenIti not forgotten how I had fliggeed her homt in thedel-heat. A lImaIa nonte of ius at ever hieard of wa tip on hier, :nl, as it tni pIIalpable...

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