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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 September 1892

tHotels. Thio Commercial 7otal, I:OADFORD. OPPOSITE THE RA.ILWAY STATION. HE'S. REr RQ S)ESIItES to intimate to her numerous Friend:. the travelling Public gcner ally, and the residents of Iroadford in parti cular, that she has re-taken the above Ion, established and well-known hostelry. The Wines. Spirits, Alesand Liquours of al! Kinds, Guaranteed of the best Quality. ACCOMMODATION .FOR BOARDERS & ±;SHOOTING PARTIES. COM1IMODIOUS 1IILLIARD ROOM. GOOD STABLING, EVERY CIVILITY AND ATTENTION MARIA BERG, Proprietress. The Broadfolrd H1otel, High Street, Broadford, IS replete with every convenience as a Contmerial Hotel. Only the best brands of wines, spirits, &e., kept in stock. LIBERAL TABLE. Gonod Billiard Table. Horses and Buggies for Iire. Good Stabling. Cabs Meet Trains at Shortest Notice.. EVERY CONVENIENCE for fishing and hoolting parties. Strict Civility and Attention. Pi. BInDTRUr, Proprietor. TIhEZISE'S Eieday ('reek Hotel, REEDY CREEK. 7S replete with every c...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Broadford Cricket Club. GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 September 1892

GENEIIRAL MEETINJ. TIE annual meeting of the above club was hell at the Broadford Hotel on Saturday evening last, when there were present about 25 gentlemen, Mr. Leo. R. Lloyd presiding, The minutes of the last annual meeting were read and confirmed, and the chair man called on the Secretary for the annual report and the balance sheet, which were read as follows : The season 1891-1892 so far as the Broadford Cricket club was concerned proved a most successful one. In all (exclusive of matches between Broadford and the Tannery, both of which were ,. n by the Tannery) 16 matches were pl;yed, eleven won, three lost, and two drawn. Financially the club is in a very hehlthy state, as will be seen by the balance sheet. Notwithstanding the heavy expenditure of '£l2 -7s 4d. for... material a cash balance of £' 9s. 2d. rvmains. Whilst the material in hand is as follows : 1 set new wickets and bails, I set old wickets and bails, I new ball, and one old do., pair wicket-keeping gloves (nearly ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Court of Petty Sessions. (Before Messrs. C. M. Ross and P. Kenny J's.P.) RATE CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 September 1892

Court of Petty sc ssiots. (Before Mesnrs. C. M. Ross and P. Kenny J's.P.) RATS CASES. Broadford Shire Council v William White, claiml £1 1Ss oerdue rates. Mr. Whelan for plaintiff. As defen dant did not appear to dispute the claim an order was made for the full amount and 10s Gd costs. Same v. W. A. Abley, claim £L 10s overdue rates. Order for amount and 10s Gd costs. Same v. Sydney Sheppard, claim £5 10s overdue rates. Order for amount and £1 is costs. S.une v. John Patterson, claim 4s over?rlue rates. As defendant had gone to New South Walhs tle case was withdrawn. Several other similar cases were settled out of court. ILLIEGALLY USI?G II)PrS, SADDLE, A.D BRIDLns. John Broom pleaded 'not guilty "   to the charge of illegally using a horse, saddle, and bridle, the property of E. H. Dobson. Sergt. Scanlon appeared for the prosecution and Mr. Hassett (Duffy and King) for the accused. Edwin H. Dobson was called, sworn and deposed, that He was manager of the " Broadford Co...

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MORE THAN HIS MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 September 1892

lI ORE THAN HIS MATCH. ArraEn awhile the young man with the white hat and red neck-tie observed that a friend of his had shown him a new trick, and he took from his pocket theshell of a walnut, which had been cut in two to make two small cups. He also took from his vest pocket a common pen, and explained: " I don't say that I can do the trick i successfully, but after a little more practice I hope to catch on." Half-a-dozen, of us exchanged winks, and spotted him at once for a sharper, but there was a middle-uged lman from the country who appeared innocently interested. lie was not a green-lookin, man by any means --but lie had a confiding look, which inspired confidence. :\\What's the trick," hlie asked, as he laid uside his paper. " Why, it's to manipulate this pea in this way-so, ani vo--and this way, untIll you" Scan't tell which cup it's under," explaninet the other. "That's a new idea." "Yes, perfectly new." "I'd like to learn that myself," continuced the countryoman. "The boy...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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SAD REFLECTIONS OF MORTIMER GAYBOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 September 1892

SAD REFLECTIONS OF MORTIMIER GAYBOY. To tell her that lie was not a marrying man, was one of the hardest things fa ortimer Gayboy ever had to do. The little break that calne in her voice when she said she had never thought ho was, betrayed to hinm a weight of disappointment in lier feminine heart which made him fee! that he had been rather a cad. Sli had been back from the country at whole week now, buat., try as he woubld lie could not get that plaintive note out of his ea~r. Aoll hei face, too, lturned up in the moonlight. with a little look of deliance in the eyes, auldi a tnailotous quivering of the lip, would not, leave his- mental vision. lie was sittling at his desk, and, after vainly stiving to looe himself in his work, abandoned lhiimself to thoughts of his SCofoundll those lewspaller mlen l' lie said to hllimself. "I thl glit she was only one of their 'sunlner girlo,' and that when aI itin ill run shel i'oultd by ready to forget all alllt llmel "That's the woman of it, tho...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BOY'S DISCOURSE ON BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 September 1892

. BOY'S DISCOUISE ON BABIES. I woven could see the use of babies. \Ve have one at our house that belongs to mother, and she thinks everytlhing of it. I can't see anything wondlerfl about it. All it can do is to cry, and pull hair, and kick. It hasn't half the sense of my dog, and can't even chase a cat. Mother and Site wouldn't have a dog in the house, but they are always going on about the bahy, andu saying. "Ain't it perfectly sweet!" Tire worst thieng about a baby is that you're expected to take care of him, and thenC you get scohled afterwards. Folks say, ' Here, Jimmy, justhold the baby at minute, that's a ,tood boy"; and then, as soon as you have got it, they say, " J?ont do tthat ; just look athim ! That boy will kill the child ! Hold it up straight, you gooad-for nothing little wretch ?" t' I lpretty' hard to do your best and then be scllded for it, but that is the way boys are treated. lPer aps after l'tem dead folks will wish they had dloe dilflerently. Last Saturday mtoth...

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CHAPTER II. "Man proposes, but God disposes." [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 September 1892

CIHAPTER IL. "Mait prop- , Litt God disposes" The men had no tonts, but t that mattere little, for the wcathir was quite suitable for an open-air ca:p. They soon had, a fire boritotg and, with wal. r front nieighboring creek, ttrt'iunivitalse "billy" soon contailne tea. The ngro btook a bottle of rllt out of his swlle attl poured it nearly all into the tea :ind, with snme, tfined iLh and at loaf of hoate-made bread. which they had probably obtainedl at lome fatln-hlousie near GOslrne, they niade a rough but unceptable repast. With the tL:t- ce of hmlger, they needed no delicacies to tempti their appetites. Whilst two of tile blushritogern stretched themttselves under a neighboring tree and were sont eniwt?Plsl in .lnmher, the other two wiihdrew fInta the light shed by tthe fire and motuitecn guard- over their sleeping com tl._'es. Their life was one of constant anxiety they neorr kele the mnment, nighit or day, when the police -or civilians tempted by the large rtean-r ott \rVd for ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] The Fatal Treasure. A STORY OF THE BLACK FOREST. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 September 1892

rALL, IOnBTBIIESEVED.1 `he Fatal Treasure, A STORY OF THE BLACK FOREST. BY IVAN DEXTER CILLPTER I. "And downe the glenle aro ed men." Trheo scene was a wild one l.Prcipilout itiS spruang rip en eitler tide Itinoast bare of nudergrowth, ;nia thlickldy clverd with grey islh-white quartz, while gigantic stringy bark trees tower heiavnwar.ls with their fatre:aching 1Iullches int rlacilg and almost shitting ol lt ie sulight, which, through Ithe few ,openinga, csarmuns down like silver ihmfis, thlnrovwing a oftr nrlienlce around. 'The bases of the hills are not sixty yards apart, cwl the nartown valhyv--a.r rather gully, which is Au.traliao for the American wort guIil "ulh"-formnls little more than a coa(rse forl theu tTrrtts that setill'tilaes piour down the stLp andt water-worn sidhs of the rIages. \ The scetea is typically Anshrallan. The solemn stillnsc; of the plrimceval forest !reigns around, unbroken lby the sounid of tbeast, lird, or insect. Not a breath of wind lstirs thiea laves...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Among the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 September 1892

THE monthly address to young men was given in the Anghlican church last Sunday evening by the incumbent-the Rev. 11. Braddock. Therewas a good turn out of the men. The motto-text was " Seek if ye can find a man " or " Wanted a man." The incumbent raised, as the standard of an ideal man, one who possessed a conscience, a heart, a soul, a mind, a will, a creed and a vital faith in Jesus Christ. Diogenes once walked the streets of Athens, with a lightel lantern at noonday,, and when que-vtioned, replied" I am seeking for a true man1;1." A sensitive conscience, neither benumbed, morbid, but healthily active, is one requisite. h'len a man's conscience has been rightly reset by Christ his Maker, and keeps time withi the deep throb of IHis heart, it is worthy I to be always trusted. Is life so difficult and commerce so involved that you can not get along 7 Then say I, you cannot afford to get along. A man once thus excused his so called " sharp practice " to Talleyrand : " You know a man m...

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A Roman-nosed Ma ve rick. The Deus ex Machina of the "HX" Cattle Ranch. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 September 1892

A Roman-nosed Ma ve rick. The Daes cx Machina of the "X'" Cattle Rlanch. The early days of his sojourn on the range were days of quiet, reserved behavior on his part. In fac, so lacking was he in the gre garious tensenices of his kind that for a long time he was considered a myth by the more conservative citizens of the locality, and this sceptical feeling on their part was apparently oanfirmedby the animal's wonderful ubiquity. One starry night he was seen by one of the boys, who was coming home from town late and, about the same hour,Cale Snelling shw him and climbed a cottonwood rapling for safety's sake, at a point liftccn miles distant. But as both the gentlemen referred to ac knowledged that they had been giving some little attention to driving dull eara away via the bottle-route, and as other persons who had met or seen the wonderfal steer were in variably individuals of bibu!lous tender:icee or a facility in the fi:tion line, wlose des oriptions of the maverick were undisgui...

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A TRAVELLING COMPANION. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 September 1892

' A TRAVELLING COMPA '.JN: M R. CALEB BUCKLE, as he stb in his eJineintly respectable Club, was in a very badl temper indeeld. SIt was certainly annoying, and even a more patient temperament than Caleb's i would have been ruilled to no slight extent by the circumstances. For fifteen years, as regularly as the procession of the seasons, hllad he been accustomed to spend the sum ,,ner months travelling from one pleasant -Continental retreat to another, accomnpanied by his friend, General Beaman, K. C. B., with whllom his acquaintanceship datedl from their Eton days, and with n hom he was in thatcondition of thorougll sympl!athy and :re:ordcl icis the only stre tic tletwecen Su'ravelling companionsl. This year cvety .thintg had promised for a tip of itesual leasantness, andil for weeks Calell had gloated over the prospect, only at the last momeCnt to receive a check in the slhpe of a let Icr froms the (eneral to say that. the treaking out of ani old wounld lrcvented his being able to s...

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DUTTON'S DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 September 1892

DUrTON'A DtNNCR. CairATnrTl, Jim Dutton was a dude. To was a dide clerk il a Tea sat're. He w ass a freque!nt visitor at the palatial lalna-ion of Judge Peterby, anI' is iltapet',l of havinglu designs on the aet'ecat in I Mief i Millic PI'terby, thi belle of AuilSin who is also wealthy. A few days ago Jim was inilili. to dine of thre ra l:locl; at the Pct'lrhy mlanioin, buil lie lheard duri4 I s mrniing Ih lit a ipromi. ncnt shieeplrlu would I; e at lth: tore aboul lthat lime to Ipurchase ag biill of golods, so Jim had ore t o tolr : paisoat:o of dininlg with the I'eter-hr A little after Ihrce Jim :said to tile coloured lirler, S fIa .Jluhnsiug : "S.am, I w.ant you to go to Mr. Jadge Pleteifv'. lIveher iay cump!niminii , aud tellc thal l: . I regi'eLt my inallbility to bs prvent it roal diet." ~ Yec, sahb," "Arlf Sili, lt, takie aln ililnier hiket wvirth y ti,lalod n your way tck brinog tie ilsy dinner, ftl oa the' r'la:i'alt on the corlner, and be licka hout it." Ill duse time Sai ...

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A NARROW SQUEAK. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 September 1892

A NARR(OW SQUEIAK" (ji OVIINC about in racilng circles, both on the green torf and elsewhere, one often has a chance of coming across older men of a past generation, fromn whose varied experience of the lays gone by there is much to be learned that is both curious and inter esting. This has often hapspened to myself, and I bave invariably endeavoured to improve such occasion as ns much as possible, for a knowledge of the past, in such a subject as racing, is always a helo In a better under standing of the present. Qoite a qluaster of acentury ago it was my good foltune to come across and make a friend of a very fine specimen of the old school of race-goers. Ile used to live at St. Albans, and atts.ledd most of thc Meetings within a hundred miles of the Metropolis, and as I at that time dlid the saie, we were continually meeting, andl many were the talks we had about racing, past and present, bothli bhieing enitlhusiasls on that fascinating subject. lie was a very jolly ohll oy, rldd...

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Important Butter Factory Cases. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 September 1892

If :i tbrtalt 85ebt r Fac-tory Cases. Three important cases relating to the supply of milk to buotier factories which were heard at the last sitting of the Euroa Police Court, before Mr. C. L. Dobbin, P. M., and Mdajor Slee, are probably the first kind brought before the Victorian courts. For many months past the directors of the various local factories and creameries have been aware that a systematic adulteration of milk has been carried on by suppliers. In the Eurora factory alone it is estimated that about L2 oo has been paid for water and skim milk. In several instanees offenders iwere caught " in flagrante delicto" and were heavily fGned by the directors, but this failed to checl the evil. The con stant testing and analysis of milk samples has been a source of much ex pense and inconvenience, until recently the idea was hit upon of inviting the shire council as the local board of health, to step in under the provisions of the Health Act IS9o, thus releiving the directors of all...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Bric-a-Brac. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 September 1892

Bric-a-Brac. Twenty-six pe?rsna drowned on Ialan Superior. Owing to a firs in Wiena, in Western IRu-sia, 4,000 people have been left without fool. The Cunard Steam Navigation Company r... t.;ý*D nrw. •W st-amer wtth a din. pld?ecment of 10.000 tio. Two newmountain ranges and eleven lakes reported to bIe discoerod in Mars, the nearest of the planets. 100,000 deaths from Cholera in Russia. Suingent measures adopted in Melbourne to prevent the introductiont of cholera. The liabilities of the Salvation Army exceed its assets by £5,00'. Geeral lonth says bhe lives on Is a day. A Chinese Maniderin recently died in New South Wales leoaving property valued, at £80,00.' An impudent vagabond, who gave the name of Thomas Fairbairn called at a shop in Warrnambool, where a woman was alone, and proceeded to heg, firat describing how he had been on the tramp for live or six weeks, and concluding a pitiable story by asking for Is. to get a bed. The woman gave him this amount, whereupon he tbecame i...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 16 September 1892

Tdlara?lt v.i((omhin.d A· .,iation.-The ftlhtwiog plSayer hstac ht.,-i :..leetl ton.-p. reart ' thte cotite team:n :-- oee.ly. 'eatr in, . O'Plri- n. Tt rn,.y, A.\-en. '): Set'.lI, Knight, lRenni,1). m.;:hv (1enalla : \Whyte, K nnu, 51,.1 oo-tof. t-M4, , Bro. It'r,l 11orrisnsy (2)) P. D)mttplmph Wihan (Kil more) ; Iarr. tt, ('mner 1'alker, Kilinartin ISeytnot:r) ; l?ld-y Ltgiorwod. Ti. colors will he nrrron ',rseev' and hloe knickers. Thje.irsey's witl be? rildedt oni the ground. Thie Bronithrl andl Bnenlla foothll clubs haIting gain..I ta even number of pintse in the North-E.lstrn Football Assneiation's premiership eon'ests, will play otf fir third place, tai-nmorror week, on the Seymour Show grounds. The winning tearm will he awardsi n asilver cup. the gift of A. WV. \VWalder lEsq. Seeing the honorw that will be attached to the earrying otf of this prize. we are somewhat surlrisod to noticn that no practice whatever is being indulged in by the memlawrs of the Iocal cllht. Now that...

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Skercber. The Savagery of Boyrhood. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 16 September 1892

S 5I?etcchr, The Sanay ?cU of loUltooet. BIJots Joluso.N. Jn. 1 ---" AKnost everylother whose family contains two or three h?a?thy boys under the age of fitt?'n, certainjl every teacher in a boy's school, unless healtogethtr fails to reach the healts of the yungoters at0un0l im2, tmanl feel, :Jter rcading a votltune or two of current childrens literature, that his own boys lack the ter!er sytmj,:thy, the uoerllow ing compassion, v!hih is no;' the fashlio to impute to th:oe iroet of jvenoile liction. Those persons w?) t:are not in a positiun to come in contact 'ith the childten of toit.ay need ,:nlv to recaI repeated episo.ls ill wh:ich a solffering kitto. or ,''l.py was the cetltal and tunpitiel fi41.re. 'T',: ca!lousnei s of the children of o0a's wn citot. wilI he Inide evident after a few linnts .pent in such clarifying (thou.:eh to s5,a-itive po'plte, lathc: anr ,,yine) in:tr.?p clin; ::,, what is t a: of one circle in this l earI i- s alpo .l i:;atly tite of ail. 3y .w:t co, v:,...

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TRULY GREAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 16 September 1892

TIIULY GlREAT. I ocr knew a wonderful man. lie was only a second book-keeper in a down-town bank, but hlie possesed some traits which I haoe never seen hinted at in the bio. graphles of the moust famous hitorical Ipersoa?es. fie i nleo. was Charles )aylon, but his fric-Is called himn "Spot," fromlea alitll black warlt on the lack of his neckc, which the tboys in the olli'e nlse:d hitiiorot'ly to mlli.tt:ik for aIl evetlric button, tlll pri'-e whenl tlhey antd to rilg for at mlclen?er. The fretl-ent repetition of this witticiis never aninoyed Spot, for, with all hisigentiis, he was the lnlot easy-going and onalllsstting of mten. Spot's speciality con,?sled in being halnidy abouto the house. lie could set tnew pas of lass' in his windows. allhot ias fast as his little Iboy could break them out with hi, I:tll. le was at wonder ot putting dowti carpels. 1 have seen hilm take a few odd iieces ital a grease rfpot, and l hy thilli so as to lliproduct the effect of a brand-new ta e.itry I t...

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Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents. STATE SCHOOL PRIZE COMPETITIONS. To the Editor of the Broadford Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 16 September 1892

Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents. STATE SCHOOL PRIZE COM. PE.'ITIONS. To the Elilor if the .Broadfolrd Courier. Sne.-Do you not think it would be a good idea to have an annual prize com petition between the scholars attending the various schools throughout the Broadford shire. I think it would en courage the scholars to study and be an incentive to our teachers to help the pupils along, as each one would naturally like to see his pupils successful. It has been tried in other shires and has been attended with splendid results. Suppose - we mtie foiri-classeT (unlimited); each class of certain ages : and allow a prize, say, for every fourth child. On a certain date a competition could be held in the Broadfotd State school; every school in the shire to send as many competitors as it wished, thesame to he classified ac cording to age. Mr. Fddie, or some other competent gentleman, could then conduct an examination and judge whi...

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"Gazette" Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 16 September 1892

:o: S·ti n li grunts approved :-ohn lor e Mlilo, :l, Alcxandra; Stephen T. Lade, l1as "r Ip. Kvrrielle. S,.ctli, 2U I.teas"s approved :--IIenry W. Alston all Phillis Knight, executor and crx.. entrix of late C lhnec. Knight, Eildon, 318ar 17;: iarge. Noonan, G~rratulubunlll, l1,il :i" 19p: Clthne. AlIne. Wa\Vppan, i7(i 2r ID1p ; A. II. F. \layer, Rutir, f1ilu 3r lip; .se'r Mullnen, llilhal,:7. a 2r :l3; Jnomes .11K ,, a hnIinistrator of tihe late Llchlan I, l y, Pl'invul, 31Ir ir r 25p; Stephen Lade', jiu., no.d l' wr I Ilroock, an exenutors ol it. ! : Williai Il;ihards, Wynlhitn, 22a Jr :P;1 Elln I. hIlkkey, 'l'aw?ol, lute Ir Op; S.al 11. MeSr er, ltulli, :lia 3r 2p. Sectiona 2 nd t leats approved :-Wii liam Tutner, 1 50, Puckapunyal.

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