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Broadford Shire Council. ELECTION OF PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

ELE ION OF tPRESIDENT. TIe an tal meeting of the aboro council was held at the Sisire HIall on oudiay afternoon. Present : Ors. Fe i?on, lHolw Il, Doherty, McKenz, McLeod and Lloyd. On tI motion of Or. Ferguson secondtr y Cr. McLeod Cr. M.'Ken zie was ted to the chair. Cr. Fguson prop ,sad " that Or. Lloyd Il elected Presilent .for the ensuin-g twelve months." Seconded by Or. I therty. Or. ]plwsell proposed " Cr. Mc Kenzie. i Ur. Ll?d here rose and stated as the CJtou il were not unnsuinmous in their chore he would withdraw, but at the reqi t of Or. .1\cKeizio he did not do s Cr. J Kenzie then withdrew and declared r. Lloyd duly elected. Cr. Ll c in taking the chair said lie owis!s1 to convey t tthose gentle tmen whohad tlhat day p aced him in such an otes able position his most sincere lhakl:,. lie was s,)rry the meeting ad not been unanimous, but lle mightlexpect something front Cr. Holwell,}.vbo had always shown more or less lnamosity towards him. \Vien le came into the township ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Ramble in Yea. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

A IRamble in Teal. By RAMSBLER. DIRtSG the past 18 months this little town. ship, with its asphalt fontputlis and street lamps, has made rapid striders notwithstandl ing the deprestion- judging by the number of new hailmings which have been erected. A handtanme be bribuilding and two nice roomy shops have been put up in Station-street, immediately opposite the railway statiot, by i\r. W. Oliver. Whilst a little lower down an allotment of ground adjoining the " Chra nilie" office and oceupiemd hby Mr. Johnson his been sold at .1t f toot for a business site. Near the Shire Hall has been erected a nice slhop, Ucculpi?md by Mr. White as a Iboet and shloe etmporiumn ; and in Watton-place ion an allotiment of ground adjoining the 5te. Tennis Court there is in course of erection a five-roomed verandah cottage to the ordmer of MAr. Wighltnan, propinctor of the North. Eastern Sawmills,and who, I was informed, is about tojoin the lionedicts. When finished this cottage will be one of the sti:c...

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November Marriages in Holland [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

Kovormlner Malrriages in IHolla??d. Of the twelve months in Ibhe year, N?orem her is reckoned in certain villages in lholann: to be by far the most important. Tihe four Sundays of this month are known respect. ively as Rleview Sunday. Decision Sen Isv, Poreha-e Sunday, and l'ussessi.n Su:loay, names which sauliciently exphain the par poses to which each is put by the young people. On the first Thursday in Novemb:er all the villagers turn out in their bhinst attire to be present at the village fair, aml watch the respective couples perform the country dance, which is the inve.iable opening of such events. On Rlri w S nlrdy the un married girls and youo men frer the morn. ing service. walk up anld .?n staring at one another to their heart's content. Havin made up their minds whom to select on the following Sunday, the youths. llith th?e politest bows imaginable, salute the fair ones, and judge from the way in which their courtesy is responded to whether success or defeat is to be thei...

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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

-:o: A serions coifli.t has taken plae in Arkansa I,:tweven lwhites and lieiroes. FitzGilt*,n adlvised to loat a £d,000,000 loal in ilstahuenits. ' Deadlek in Legisltunre of Canada in eonlletin woith the National Education Bill. Relations between the French and the Ilivas in Madascar are again greatly dis tnrhed. The formation of hIll pniposeI Great Northern Taonmnian) Iaoilway Company Ihas Ieln aanRldnId. T'rio voutlln. igedl 1 a IInd 1l yeart renele lively htlvle adinlthe, tirelaking into ahouseoi the Burwool-ronl,d Hawllrn. In addliliel to increanilln ihe stren~th of thle (ftr.l-lmo arloy hiy 1tioi.llioti tmCl tile Emperor i Iryine ts orroo, fir a oIorrT. posriing ilcres,, il the Austriso Alloy. The annitil-eary of tile ovtertlhrow vf the Telmllpratl i.vvrervigty in Rieqlei (2dti S . tenlbor, 1j70) wao caeloratad in lItale rster da. \ T. - hr Itest int.lereneoa t tihe jcs in.ltuvia "illsists in lhe ith e ?os f an wder prihliltiilng Jers frolll givilg their eltlhlrvu ChristiIan lA...

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What Will Fashion Do For Us [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

lW adt W;lill Fashiont lb For Us Fashion has pronounced amainst ti?" articles of raiment tearer to wrtrn:a's s: iron h, r btnnet. andl h:i ordere.t the f Wc shiall not ::ce tightly, she stts. nor o:oli we wear the bulsth ; and she remil us ti~ t.r "the Venus te llediiui nerer wore qsun? thines." In reply to which it may be re marked that that classic marble statue do not wear other thieos which are in votue amongst us. Fasihion could scarcely advise us to copy her costume. Still, as far as two con !emnet, articles of attire go, I am with Fashitn, heart ant sr;l, if she will only devise sinet!lin g in wlhie the natural human fiiure sha!l be fittingly and prettily clad. A perky little baspue cannot be worn without something of the cornct sort bentrathi it, and in fact. but very few of the " pr,:snt styles" can; but there are sr mainy Aus tralian women with line figures which are quite spoilt by the pinching and flattening process now in favor, it semtl a pity thtt they should be oblig...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Broken Hill Strike. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

Broken Ilill ttrike. -::o:--- Wednesday. THE Bendigo Branch of the A.M.A. forwar del to the defence committee £loo Ad. laide trades and Labor Council sent £35o ; Long Reach Shearer's Un:or, 5o ; Ills warra branch A.M.A., LeJo; which, with smaller amounts, made a tutal of 1.661 for the day. To-day's labor demonstration was the largest ever made here. About Ie lfemale relativesof strikers took part in the pro cession followed by trollies Lades with meait ;nd eromeries from the union Ctores. Al available banners were brought .nt requisi. tion, and half a dozen bands played. A couple of women made sp.eches one saying she would rather ae riddied by bullets th.at give way, or allow any maa to give way. Mr Poynton, secretary for the :heares, said the procession showed that th' men were unaminous. The men mllst nut attempt to ne-rnnimn itnlso'u n:r. I be shearers were starting to forward donatimns. One shed alone had sent Lso. 'Cierslt Mr. T. \Varn said that fr one term one block alone cost...

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Mature Beauties. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

Ilstory is full of a4ounts of the facin;a tion of women who wnle no longer young. Thus Helen of Troy w: over forty when she perpetrated the most ?imous elopeument on record, and as the sage of Troy lasted a decade she could not h.bve been very juvenile when the ill fortune of Paris res:oredl her to her husbhan,' who is rece:rteei to have received her with enoqs?tion ing love and gratitode/ t'erilces wedded Aspasin wshen she was tuirty-six, and yetshe afterward, for thirty years or mosre, wieuhhd an undliminished reputation for beauty. Cleopatra wc a past t[lrty whIe Antony fell under her spell, wl9ch never lessened until her death, nearly (cn years after ; arl Livia was thirty-.thrc when she won the hiart of Augustus, ovar whome she maintained her ascendency t tthe last. Turning ta more modirna history, where it is possible to verify lates more ace:ratly, we have the extraordinary De Picetiers. :elh was thirty-six when Henry II.-then D:te of Orheans and just half her a e--blca:re t ...

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Spring Valley. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

rFROM OUR OWN CORRESI'PODEST.] TaE Flowerdale Creamery is putting through about 00oo gallons of milk per day. There are a number of producers who have not commenced supplying the creamery yet, but, I understand, they will do so very shortly now. It is esti mated there will be about 600 gallons of milk per day put through by the end of next month. A new schoolmaster has been appointed at Glenburne State-school. The late master, I am told, has sent in his resig nation to the Department. There is every prospect of a small public library being established in the Valley. The folks here all wish the project success.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

'otices. NOTICE. O WING to the great scarcity of fat cattle the price of beef from the aot Septem. her will be increased. N. BIDSTRUP. Butcher, Broadford. COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE COMPANY. I IAVE been appointed agent for the - above company and am prepared to receive applications for policies N. DIDSTIUP. MECHANICS' HALL, BRO.ADFORD. ANNUAL CONCEET and BALL, In connection withtthe...... BROAXiOIID MECHANICS' INSTI TUTE, Will be held on Friday, 14th October, 1892. Tickets : Front seats, _s; Back seats, Is; Concert and Ball, Ss. ALEX. 3McL.EOD, Hon. Sec. NOTICE. QTRAYED into my paddock about 12 h- months ago, 12 sheep branded Z on back, If not claimed will be sold to pay expenses. GEO. FRENCH, Lowry Siding.' Business Notices. PLUMBERS & TINSMITHS Bl:ir and Agg, HIGH-ST, BROADFORD, CREAMERIES & PRIVATE DAIRIES Fitted up with TANKS, MILK & CHEESE VATS, &c. Milk and Cream Cans at reduced prices. BROADFORD BREAD FACTORY W. PARKER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BAK...

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New Rush at Southern Cross. PERTH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

NeI Iw Rush ;at Souuirn t Cross. PETIItt, onla. REFERRING to new goll discoveri. eItnries t poltn-tt at ,,touhernl Crss wairesdlav tinhat a pItrty startedI at laylreatk tli?s 'rling on horseb?ta-k for the new lin l, quick fil?r.di by others t, tho t carrying thlt.ir t .: l Tih coutrage of the iltter is voer cum -traille as there are no stores on the rotadl a:lts stt.re at tile rush, while the nearest pe?rRn:?n water is 25 mtiles distant. It here is, hoter plenty of water n tilte r? ad,i and it was tt(ng list night. Sec'ral men have aonl'lc.dllpl lthree tealts. whihi are to arr. prtesirid ti o?ls at is. per lb., a 2 lib. swag ieiig idn in. A t2it-gallon tank and a art ftor r hlave also gnte. The greater part of thinil was obtained, in a few days. as nly alit three weeks ago Bayley and For.l, wle rIeuted the disaoverr, were here seetnritn.torr They would have brtought it: mti mtorehan the large aontt. tiey didl il it t1 i not ihat tht they wtere t!istrhed bIy lits m?n haiuprtly tfter ...

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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] The Fatal Treasure. A STORY OF THE BLACK FOREST. CHAPTER III.—CONTINUED [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

(ItmLrUTS BERSEVED.1 The Fatal Treasure. A STORY OF THE BLACK. FOREST. IVAl! DEXTER. CIHAPTERI L1 .-Co-rl:;uED An hie was sp.tkihi', one. ,of the1 troopers 'was closely scrutinising the features of the dea:n nmlln. "I really bhlieve, Sergeantl. Ithat this is I:tatire, the last of Blactk DTgh ,ti;s's gat?g. I am :diltnost certlin he is ant* of Ihe men who tat:tacked and ral!rtl (sIr ,is rt." "hl:l !" repliel the lader, .ith sutldle ini trert, " if th:, l, c, w,: ,:rir di,,o,! a g,?o"dt elan', work. l.rt us t:ar:.h him. and we 'ly "" .He mci a ',rimit,:al, I Itniw. le,.aii,, lie It-old me s,. It was in trying to arrlnit hi tllo hand hl ovt r lit lt,. pltdie, that hemat hi., death," said II- lll,, tlh l. I] l Oit " iuetred tlhie i:r;eantI." ytou can tell that to tihe jury. It's very likely that, Mi dhai l ]ua:,ihtet, of th 'I'rtv.llr.?r ' Relst, lhas talken uo irr?eting criminas to help the au tlorities." ]Beyonld a few ptmtuls in gold, ,nothing was found nn thle imntrereliil iman toi ...

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THE MISER'S HAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

TillE MISEI' S HIAND. O.F ev::ning in the year 15"211 a womaln nvlphed in .t o g lu , ,la :, m antle was walk ing towar:l the bridge of the Rialto in Venice. She paused on the centre of the bridge and looked down with ia ~ihudder on the clear blet waters of the AdriatL.:; tahen closing her eyer awl nultmunring faintly, "Antoni,. my Antonio! Adieu !" she ipre pared to thronw herself over the parapet. Just as sihe wia; falling a tmaan iushed for ward, seized her with a powerfuil rasp, and, drawing hier back, said--" (Girl, destroy tnot thy life which I'rovidenee Ihas iven thee." "The girl impatiently Itiedl to shake off thi stroeng, kind hand that heli her, and aid-"Let mego. 1 mut, die!" Inlli lt her l nient, she tottered and fell tO lith outn, where sre laiv withouti stense or numtn. ter preserver rai-ed he head, tit, in order to 'ive her air, drew back the vei n hich rcoecc:!es her featulre. They iere very lovely, :dl the manll gaild onl her nitlh woniler nmi admiration as shie wia...

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Strath Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

.:o LFROM OUR OWN CORRESPIONDENT.] I NOTICE a great deal of interest is being taken in the fortheomnin sports. .f'e old 6,fa ~ r ý - - " ý 9 a good deat or attention, and one intending competi tor says he can do the distance in 12 seconds. A good working committee has been formed to get the ground ready, and also a catering committee to look after the requirements of the inner-man. Tile ball, which takes place at night, has also been left in the hands of the latter com mittee. The Flowerdale Cricket Club held a meeting recently, Mr. George Jackson occupying the chair. The number present was not very large. It was de. cided to send a delegate to the association meeting on the 27th. The fee for metm bership was fixed at fine shillings. Since the meeting a good number have joined the club. Another meeting will be held on Saturday afternoon, when a good muster is expected at practice. Some of the farmers hereabouts have an idea that pies do very badly on separated milk, but, quite a dll...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Pacumatic Churn. THE FIRST PUBLIC TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

The Pueumatie Churn. TIIE FIRST PUBLIC TRIAL. ON Friday last at the local Butter Fac tory, in the presence of a number of the directors and the secretary of the local Dairy Company, took place the first bona fide trial of the Pneumatic Churn. AMr. Thompson, the patentee, was also present, and together with the manager of the factory, Mr. Bauchap, superintended operations. The churn is after the style of those at present in use by the farmers of Den mark, and consists of an oak barrel about three feet deep and two feet in diameter. Into this is inserted a perpendicular pipe which protrudes above the top of the churn At the bottom of this is connected a perforated pipe running horizontally and extendingthe full length of the churn. VWhilst connected with these two pipes ar,-* 1 - ~ ^ rrns, whihl form what is known as thedasher, and which revolve on the upright pipe. About an inch below th-e top of the churn is inserted an india rubber tube connecting with a pipe pass ing from the engi...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

ORDINARY MEETING. The minutes of the previous meeting were then read and confirmed on the motion of Cr. Ferguson, seconded by Or. Doherty. CORnrSPOrNDESCE. From the Treasury Department, en closing voucher for £4415 1s. 9d., being the amount of endowment to the Broadford Shire Council. Secretary: When this amount is paid to our credit it will leave a credit balance of about £170. From Government Statist forward ing agricultural statistics, and statistics of census of Victoria.-hReceived. From the Department of Public Works regarding the discontinuing of bonuses for collecting statistics.--Re ceived. From Municipal Association of Vic toria inviting council to send two dele gates to attend a conference to be held at Melbourne, on Tuesday, 20th Sep tember, 1892, to consider the revised rules drawn up by the association.-No action. From the Borough of Maryborough forwarding copy'of report of conference held at Town Hall, Melbourne, on the 23rd ult., to protest against the re duction of e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

IlotelsI. Tho Commercial 7 otel, BI:OADFOIID. OrPOSITE THE RAILWAY STATION. 3MRS. pBEIGN 9 ESIIIES to intimate to her numerous SFriends, the travelling Public gener ally. and the residents of Ilroadford in parti cular, that she has re-taken the above long established and weli-knorwn hostelry. The Wines, Spirits, Ales and Liquours of al! Kinds, Guaranteed of the best Quality. ACCO3MMOrATION FOR BOARDERS & SIHOO'IiNG tPARTIES. CO.MMODIOUS IILLIARD BOOM. GOOD STAIILING, EVERY CIVI.ITY AND ATTENTION MAIRIA BERG, Proprietress. 'Thle hBroadlord Hotel, High Street, Broadford, IS replete with every convenience as a Commercial Hotel. Only the best brands of wines, spirits, &c., kept in stock. LIBERAL TABLE. Good Billiard Table. Horses and Buggies for Hire. Good Stabling. Cabs Meot Trains at Shortest Notice. EVERY CONVENIENCE for fishing and thooting parties. Strict Civility and Attention. P. BiIDsTnU°, Proprietor. TREZISE'S Reedy OCreek Hotel, REEDY CREEK. IS replete with eve...

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DINNER TABLE TRICKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

DINNER. TABLE TRICKS. n GREAT dealof amusement can be fur nished a dinner-party, according to special articles in thie Smday papers, by tricks performed with toothplicks, goblets, and other bric-a-brac of the festive board. Not half the humorous exploits iin this direc Lion, however, have been dihirihed. Notfhing is more enlivening when the g('ests are lie eu?ising the dessert thanl a well-relected series of tricks, and nothing will niake a person remembenlrel longer by his associates. An anmusinlg trick is one willh water glasces. Place three or lour ina row; theu another row on top of ti lese contalining a number one le- than: theli rst : then anotlher row'and s- o luntil a ,yraiil n ith a single glass oi top i., foueld. Noii invito your iieitthhour to lilt the tpilgi.'s with water, e hen the t it? :, :d so on. T1he e1 lllilt*:s arl'e nlil,.eP t ll: nulty one thai he w;l! iake ia ohl by l ~he l:e ie leaches lie butiom rwle aldi ,. pl!'e the whiolo llyrlu id over. 'his itenonlll ,l...

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Football. TALLAROOK V. COMBINED TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

Footb;all. TALLAIROOK V. COMBINED TEAM. THE above match, whicih was organized by the N. E. Football Association, was played on the Seymour ground on Saturday. The weather, although threatening kept tine during the play, but the ground was not in favor of a good exhibition, the lower portion being Floppy, thereby making it a dlifficult matter for the players to keep their feet. The team selected by the Association was consilered sutlicieatly strong to put the Tallarool: tmen on their mettle; but, unfor tunately, at the eleventh hour it was founid necessary to put on suastitoteo ftrom thee ranks of the Avenel and Seymour clubs, owing to the absence of the Kilmore andl Benlla representatives. The presence of such exponents as could be selected from these clubs, would no doubt have materially strengthened the combined team; but it omust be admitted by even the tnost pre. judieed that the Tallarook team deserve all The utmpirr,Thompson, who is conideredl one of the best junior umpires in...

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MORAL POETRY FOR DOMESTIC SERVANTS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

MODAL POETRY FORIOMESTIC SEII VANXT ' ITHEN we commencedhonsekeeping S ?somue months ago,itr husband directed us to go for serval'to a registry kept by n young man of hlit 'noral prin ciples, who will not place tl; name of any person on his pages uno: tlhey be of irreproachable condnctiand alrerance. It is unnecessary to mention th: he is of great physiceal beauty, becaue tha in a doe qua non of his profession ; but ' were pleasedl to notice tlat lie seemed ulie sious of bin attractions, " We are rather averse, m'ntm" he says, to as, "ac cording to a rule Latw C5use to enact Lone time ango, to iog personal Iecommendaiios ii ; but yonl 11 see I.ny)' nlaies on olur books, the niebcr of wio se references is only a faint 'de- of their superior character." "But, surcly," we saidl hlm y, "p a young wolnan ith a it hole catalgtulC f misa?tcres-. is scarcely-you know." "\ Ab, madam ! A rsoalognist," ,a--" H'mi. \lWhat about this S,:i ilyder?" " She Is a cook of grcrat expern:---ained in the...

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Ladies' Column. Nobody Knows But Mother. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 23 September 1892

Laoies' colnunn. iobodly Eno s Biut Mother. Nobody knows cthe work it makes To keep the idae together; Nobody knows rthe Ftep it takes, Nobody knoa1-but mother. ohbody listens tthilish woes Which kisses ly smother; Nobody's pained y naughty blows, Nobody-only other. Nobody knows othe sleeless care Bestowed on I ,y brother; Nobody knows o the tenier pray'r Nobody-only uther. Nobolvy knows o e lessons taught Of loving one ather; Nobody knows of he patience sou0ght, Nobody-only [ other. Nob'odly knows he r'.r.nxious feare Lest dariings iy not wrtather The astrm of lifen after years. NobAnly knn:owv ut molbher. Nobody knce!s at he throne above To than! tie l avently Father, For that swesetes ifl-a mother's loo ; Nobody can- th mother. -11. . CDOonc.

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