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A PERFECT CURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 30 September 1892

Ai ~-IIFECT CUiE. i On you're the hospital nurse I sent for, -are you! " ." 'es, l am. What do you think of me " i "I never trouble myself to think about anything. You seem pert." "Don't you like that!" " It is quite immaterial to me." "Doctor says you're in a bad way." "The doctor is an ass. I ams sound as a roach." "Then why do you lie in bed all day!" "Because it's no earthly good getting • op." " How do you amuse yourself!" "Looking at the cracks in the ceiling." " After that.-" "I sleep." "And then--!" "Nothing." " Well, I euppose you want me to amuse you?' " How ?" " What do you mean !" " ]low do you think you can amuse aman like me ?" " W\\hat are you fond of "' "Notlting." " Wlhat do you desire ?" "In the way of atnusement-nothing." " Don't you like music!" " I've heard all that's worth hearing." "Literature ?" " Read all that's readable. "Dromna "?' " Seen everytlling wortll acting." "Have you tried horse-racing, gambling, and small iniquities in general." "Yes, and tired o...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 30 September 1892

The 11 at:viiir table shouw the positioln ,ý,"ýined by rite r.,riuus ((·suit Playing under~I~· tii,. , uciulltr, itr iii. Nanth- -Ede.n l'uutb· t · Club. Tallroo .. t 13tS 4 271ti' 43 4 Sctu 2I o 4 tiruaitfaid... 3 7 Ul 1541 a5 lesalltl ... 3 Ii it u 7 J1 25 i 24 . , IK2,i 44 AvSit:1 ... t-, 4 7jls 1 F 43 Luonguvou... 12 1 I itu14i 44 4 CLOSE 01 THE SEASON. On Saturday last a grcn deal tIr ruIspli an1al oaa iisiue'l ini fltsiitall airi iisIs, U .I r it h naiu, tna tut that at~l,"au ht L~-n."_e ceined itittifl, thi It.ir:la ll uil'' -,l iI hut lkotl'l dl··ttid\Tliil i lll nu a11111A ,11.1 a; 1u1m) nilt s i ii . hI Ili,. , t i nii r u aI,, ti alaie tarca i-tit teii , a `" ,, .\If. li ,,I1I·r as thji s I i sir sull ,is-ils . iii l1ah( telis ts.asilsaiis. i,.,.1ls, i \.., 1,.nniis-ss: is t , lie il!' cy·llelis th luat:u, hie pisse 'andII the O l i n llr·i ht Si "11 at 1 '-f, '. :n.. Ilnl~: l j" ur-I siny, d [n -iiiiii!r. Ouiisii iial iii .t .1, iiul t t lull isialtiss ra s ) lis us ils;...

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Seymour Land Board. (Before Mr. J. Hardy.) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 30 September 1892

Oe3' iour Lulld Iu rI'd. (Bfinte Mr. J. Hlardy.) AT thiesittilg If the aoleo on Tuesdla , the tlethilnst., the tIlloioh.i rleonatu:lldlttilo Were: Iltah : Clarls C. Ililliear, I'Petler O'Coiior, Cia. Losa.s Joe. Quiet.. Iharmld Ahbiao,,, anl Nii.hole, Wadi-lN otres, alloumoet to. ofrish of tVrrouah. .Mr. Jh.aSoIn app1ear Il for Mr. RbinLoun. Mlr. King alt'eared hlr .ir. Wall. M1r. G. Stcuart oaid ho hi t 1a liteuse thr tie land. and he hid not rcoived any notill. lation that the land wouild Ie tlr,,u opa]n. It wuas a yearly tietnoeho holdu aud it sexlird albut th rend .f the yrar. Thu tear, reiieltonuedet the appliertionr f Charls liillienr to the ?ert h?!t and Nieholes\Wail tothe east half, nith Peter OConner andlas. i,)iirn uecul and third in order o: merit rslpeciively. Guy Y. Ri,hi.iin, Oiwen Srnaghar, Get . Whittakr-'titaeict, ailtmett u.aparith of \Wrrouglh. Mr.Jiois, natpaled fthr Mr. Rhitinion. Mr. Ttoua ,pe:red fotr Mr. S araghaii. SiGe rt. \hittaker aptlilitin re?hlilnle. ...

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[?] Disease in Farm Animals. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

Dis?)cte in Farot Ani tilotq. We should endeavor to prevent the appear. ance of disease rather than to cure it after it has coam2. Sanitatlio, not medication, is what will rcduce disease among farm animals to the m?'iri:'um. Disease is by far the more eomamon among swine than among other farm animals. Yet there are men who have raised swine extensively for filteen to twenty years with as little disease among them as among the beetkept horses or cattle. These men have reared puro-bred swine, and some of them are in tie region where corn is largely fed. It cannot, therefore, be said that so much disteae among swine is duo to in-breeding, or wholly to the largo feeding of corn. There is no reasoe why EwiEe should be more subject to disease .l;n other farm animals. The fac: that tre; are islhecaune they are treated diltcerenlly. Their quarters are allowed to beec;o r;:e lr!hy; they are given drink that other animals would not be expected to coo; thei- feed is tihrown in the mud and thei...

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MISUNDERSTOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

MI11UNDERST0OOD Tir. advent of a second little gfil in a famlily cai:ued her fond father to send the following telegram to friends and relatives: "Too finer little girls than we have, it would lie hard to find. Fianuly <ling well." The following letters show the coontruee tion put uponll the message : 1iy Dear Children,-[ pity you while I congratoulate you. ThoughlI the joys are doubled, so too certainly are the cares. But I lived tlhrough the teeth. ing and fretting of twin boys very comfortably, and feel s0fe in promising yoII orpe pleaure tlian worry rolu youe twill girls. I will write you a long letter sootu and give you ,olne hints horn of experience. - lour loving Arsr BLivr. My I)ear Siler 1an1d hBrother,-In view of the doubled joy your telegram aInIlOllleedl, I eanl onlly eeld hearty cll. gratulations, and hope that. this pair will prove twice as good as the it her girl was. Lovingly, lEl. Dear L'ousins-olllother tells hs she haI tried to comfort you for y,ur p lo...

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Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents. SHEOAK HILL. To the Editor of the Broadford Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

Corresponldece. c We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents. SIIEOA.K I1LL. To the Editor of the L'roadlourd Courier. StR,-The ahoved named hill will soon become famous, if not famous already. for accidents. Scarcely a day passes but some " narrow escape "takes place. Yesterday, for instance, the " shloter " in Mr. Sorrell's three horse team came down, and it was no doubt owing to the good judgment of the driver and my assistance that the horse, which is a valuable one, was not killed. Will the Council mnove in this matter ? A few pounds judiciously spent will go a long way towards patching up this miserable piece of engineering. Yours etc, R. G. NEALE. Mount Killiney October 4th.

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AMUSING AN ITALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

AIJUSING AN ITALIAN. IRIIRE was a burst in a tin conductrf leading from the roof of the house ub the corner of iose and Myrtle streets tho ilothe afternoon, anl tile water thus escapi, g rail eairo Ithie walk. Towards night tlhe weatlher still'ned il , al nll the loose watir becraouae a sheet of ice. About fourll o'claha.k tile next nailornilng there was it elight fall of snow. In lie Lbase of thle buildilng an Italian gentlmlan han a fruit store. Shortly after six o'lock it imorling hi hald. hisn utside waies in a liane of dipliay. Pel'anuts being sleciolty with him tLwo or three bushels of that, art'icle made a tempt.ig pile oil a large stand. \Virile e was nmaking this ;arrancemenh a carpieler with a tool-bol r on his sldiah -r c:ullcarouin la tihe tL rl'nerl , a lln, slle ill . 0! the concealed ice, imniediately tlhrew- hi' tool-luo into the street, oti . IIu him-elf, lurked armll d to :ee whuldt '(.u I app ,n rl, and then pked up his hools. 'lh aiso anurt.ed t;i. i alihia tlhat...

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Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

Football Association. ---:o:-- A MEETING of this nsso'iatien was held at 1yat'a Hotel, Seymolr, at the close of the crttket mlaetint., ot ' tusday evening. Present: Mr. W. Ii. Tristan (president in the chair), Mlessrs. D. Ryan and A. W. W\Valler (vice presidentalnd the following t.,.'.;asa :-J. Tayvlor (Avenel), J. Howe ('l'alarook), F. II. Dobson (lruadhbrd), alnd J. Gullen (Sl'3 tutr). The minultes of previous meeting were r.ad and confirm,d and the Secretary stated ith, assteiai?,n hli a a credlit Ilance of .ll7. Tllere was also a ?ltse of £l yet to be coller tel, which wuhl hting the amnont to ?28i. It was resolaved that the aso .iation be re gi.tered tinler the Vitorian Football Associa. tin ; alu, Mesrses. A. W. Walhllr alnd D. l<yan were ilapplinted Ito audit the atccounts. The Secretary was empowered to lily 20 eold m.-dals tfhr pr.s ntation to the Tallarook elub at tie assolllatiast alnnual nlretlin in April. nMr. I). Rvyanl handed oaer a silver cull assordieg to...

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OUR RAILWAYS. To the Editor of the Broadford Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

OUR RAILWAYS. To the Editor of the Blroadford Courier. Sta.--We are not over well off for transit to lMelbourne. Perhaps Mr. McKenzie, our respectrd member, will take steps to have the 4.10o p.m. goods slightly altered. This is what I mean : the goods train that comes in from Shepparton has two passengercarriages attached. These are " kinked off " at Sey mour and she proceeds on her way to Mel bourne only stopping at one or two stations on the roadto " pick up." iWhy not keep the two, or one if you will, passenger carriage on ? charging lirst class fare, instead of as at present, huddling passengers amongst the goods in the guards van. The cost to the department woull not be much, the con venience to the public would be great, and the revenue I am certain would be sugmen ted considerably. Yours etc., BROADFORD.

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PRONE TO EVIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

PRONE TO EVIL. "I NvEP. fully appreciated man's prone. less to evil till I was passing Brooks' house last evening," said Carruthere. "What happened ?" asked Waite. "Theold gentleman came oub on the porch ndl discovered two unwelcome suitors courting his daughters. You ,ast aught to have ieon those Sparks fy upward. -

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IT WAS AN 'ILE BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

IT WAS AN 'ILE BOAT. As observing old gentleman was once travelling on a steamboat on the Hudson River. l'esently he happened to see a queerly-shaped boat near the opposite bank. "Hallo, cap !" he called out. "That looks like a Nile boat, doesn't it?" "It is an 'ile boat, sir," replied the captain.. "No?enso !" said the old gentleman, testily. " What would a Nile boat be doing on the North lticer ? But it looks exactly like one. "I tell you it is an 'ile boat," said the captain again. "And I tell you you don't know what you are talking about," replied the old gentle man, decidedly. " How could a Nile boat get Ihere' And what do you know about Nile boats, anyhow I " Theso insinuations were too much for the captain. He got angry. "' guess 1 know iLa much about river boats as any man on the Hudson," he cried, indigantly. "Them 'ilo boats has been gaoin' aronad and up and down for six years, ever since the ile factories were built about hbee. Not know an iloboat-hugh !" And after that t...

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A TRAMP STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

A TRAM:P STORYI. *J3ENEIATH Judge Besntly's roof there was t.. troubll ailnd tibulation. It 1ts a coinortlable.looking residence in the suburbs of Dalias, T1as. .ludge Hlently was a wealthy lawyer, a man of Ipractical ideas. His wife was a kind.hearled, tatronly womatn. The cause of Iheir trouble, or to be more explicit, the cause of Mrs. Bently's trouble, for it was se who luook it most, to heart, was the abrsence of their youngest son, Charlie. lie was a boy of sixteen, full of life and msis. chief. lie had a ehronie aversion to work, or in fatel, to aytllhieg serious. This cotdlct exasperated his filther very mech. Judge Bently secur'ed a position for C'hallie inl a stoae, but his carelessness caused hiis employer to dlischargeu him. This was the last feather that broke the camel's back. Io bitter teirs mdid he express his dlisglust, and indignation. "You are a worthlesrs, trilliBg young I scamp. You will be a lis?race io yourself and everybody cosected swith you as lot g as you ...

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CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

CRIlCKET ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the recr.itly formed North Eastern Cricket Association was held at Ryan's I htl,ttu Seymour. on Tuesday cining. Present : Mr. W. II. Tristan rpresident in the chair), .r. A. \V. Wallder (vice. president). and Messrs. J. Taylor (Avetnel), E. Dobson Illroadford), S. C, lher (Seymour Railway's) .1. Ilowe (lallaruk.. J. tullen (Seymori), and E. R. Emmett (secretari ). After the reading and conrirming of the minutes of the presious meetinlg, the Stcr, tary stated he had, according to instructi.ns, written to the Nagamble, Wallan, T uoll and Euror clubs, inviting them to join the associatio ; and hIad h.d an interview with the SecrCtary of the Trawool club, sho stated that owing t,, an inconvenient train service his c ub was proelu:led from j lsiing. W'ith the exteption of Tailarook and the Railway club, who had sent delegates, non,: of these clubs had replied. lie had, however, Sreceiveda commuunication froem the t.snalla club stating that a movreenlllt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

NoticCS. NOTICE. O?WNERS having cattle running on the estate of the late T. Donohue are re quested to be at the yards on MONDAY NEX'I' to claim same. By order of the Trustees, J. CUNNINGHAM. MUSIC TUITION. M ISS HARRIS, pupil of George Ilerert S Esq.. R.A.M., is prepared to receive pupils fior pianolbte and orgau. For terims apply Methodist Parsonage, next Cottlo Palace. NOTIdIE. OWING to the great scarcity of fat cattle the priceof beef from the toIst Septem ber will be increased. N. IIIDSTRUP. Butcher, Broadford. COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE COMPANY. I HAVE been appointed agent for the above company and am prepared to reoeive applications for policies N. BIDSTRUP. MECHANICS' HALL, BROADFORD. ANNUAL QONCEIT and BALL, In connection with the BROADFORD MECHANICS' INSTI TUTE, Will be held on Friday, 14th October, 1892. Tickets: Front seats, 2s; Back seats, is; Concert and Ball, 5s. ALEX. McLEOD, Heon. Sec. Business Notices. BREAD I BREAD I BREAD ! BISCUIT & FANCY GOODS FACTORY. S...

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A NOBLE EXAMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

A NOBLE EXAMPL.. Tire gallant brig "Cecilia," commlanded by Captain Syonmcs, had In hboarl, during one of her voyages, a I-plendid specimien of the Newfolndland breed, unmetl Napoleon, of magniticent size and proportions, with intellectual head, broad white chest, white feet, and white-tipped tail, the rest of his glossy body being black. He was owned by the malte, nameld lancaster, who was natlur ally eouglh eat retoely fnnd of him. Captain Symlme, lhowever, rwas nolt plartial toaililllits of any kind, and had an ulllaccotable Oand specia relpugnance to dogs. This dislike he onu day developled in al shlockilg Imalllnler. Nlapoleol had several times entered his room, and, by waggiLg his great banner of a tail, knocked palpe;r and ink off tihe dek. iOn a ulhsequent occasion the captall seized a knife, and cut half of the pIoor animal's tail o'f. The dog's yells brought his ma ter to the 1'ot, and, reeing the calamity and tlhe : 0author of it, witlhout a molelnt's besita tion lie fell...

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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

SInteresting Items. ,' ----:o: Thterevnne of the Customs department or Septembher amounted to 1£00,:l)0, of vhici £7422 was paid as drawbacks and re. tinda,leavinti a not revenue if t-a15t,:10e. Compired with Septeimber, 18?1. tlhere'was a dtcrea"e of £?:a5,l; The new beer duty realisdt £f(tiOis. Ash result of the reprasentations made last seek to the Minister of Dtefen e by severa! members of the Leeislative Assembly onl belalf of the country riflet clubs. an order was paused yesterday by the Executive Cosn cil renleitg Ithe price of IMartini-Hleny antmluition supplied to the cluhts from 7s hid In as p-r o10 rounds. In ilth beginning of Jula tla price was raised fromt is to 7s lid per 100t rautdo, in pursuance of a scheme of re trencbhnent librnlated by the Mitnister. The price t' anmmnition sold to the mililia and naval frees, lwhich was also raisae last July, lhas noy been likewise reduced to ttie original figutre. An dotukland woman whl o had l?st her hutselnl has advertised in ...

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Serious Railway Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

Serious Ital;way Accilent. O() Frilay evening a serious O eeident nerrit r'.l to a youlng rtlilll InI.a-d Daniel McGiajr, rwhile lig alfiion rg fi h rsuiry line itr m Seymourrll to Tallfrork. lie wao enllgat. builling n ith?oe for his Inaher in Sr'uionr, dllll reli lrned i llll all l, llr isi 'cloclr k. J.tr after Ipadillng thip h.ilenl lrax oin th?e n.tt nia oI the river, be ric tle i.2 i op.m io,. ernin, up beii? hifn. Ait lii point tti,. iinphliiatt line ,?iiinriiriea, and ll inirr gettir . ,lrfrita.:l. ou di. t hnow wa ich nte wuoi ',l. lsi?dl byth trrlvll. nlllf tiilllltelll , lie i lot toi the wrong line, andt iunrlf:u lyu " a wstr b the roiw-luher anld tlhrt' iilean ir lll , treok. A tlew atrelnit later the f iter t. harge oif tri ai;gnl f x .eard , line lu,," nriir,:rn ., a nl err ir g iut, itc, d th lle uifllr irat tily" in great itrony. lie telepho. Ilt Soayrllr, anld then alnglll.d t gt ldoe when .1r Ly-llh the S% ynorrr tIatii . Il slter,a traslnitioll y a tlrrw rieeafre...

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Narrow Escape from Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

Narrow Escape front Death. YESTInnRAY ovening a hnllnter piamd Ilit. chell, engagod at. the Siyrmonr Rail.,:,y station liha an almost 1 8 liir llious esc? )?e fronI i terrible elth. Wllilo n erllllllll ' ll ff a train hie ca a tman lcinurely walking up n,I of the tracks at northl rd of the yard. ,bI livious of the flat tihat a train i n riiin .. IIp behind himn, ain it ew ytars disnt. it. Mlitcheill was bhloutilu and whistlilng to l .t nt Inm of hlis datu.r, and in the Ireanilina a tender wan being nhunte4 ainkw r lrs by an engine on tlne line on wnilwl.l h hlimself r?u. staniling. From thle pisition of the tnnelr, tiel driver was ulnilble t o hiee blera hini, iil the result thllt Mitch ll was suddenly sir i, in the back, andi throwln betwen ihe rt l-. Whil~ e in this errie po sitinn the tetl .r pssed oiver hlil :but hei did llt escapl sn well wi lth t enllgine, tlihe eranks hist,'." strucki him heavily in the iegion Olf the brl Alter that the oawiut.cia ir i.iugiht lull f hith and ...

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A WOMAN SCORNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

A YWOMA SCORNED, r,' the courtyard of Castle Ostrog a gay .i company of guests were assembled. Count Zamofhki, one of the magnates of Poland, had invited the nobles of the neigh bourhlood to a bear-hunt. The guests were ragerly awaiting the signal to set oil. In the courtyard of the castle the careas of an ox revolved slowly upo 'a grleat slit before a huge tire of logs, lanl a colossal cask of Hungarian wine had been broached. The most relnal ked aluoog the whole hole conm pany were Count 31ikrotowski and his fair daughter, Constance. The young lady was to make one of the party of hunters. Her coura.ge was, it seelllce, Its great its her beauty. The son of the host, tilhe young Count Stanislnus Zamnof.ki, attached himn self to her side, and, whelil the signlal for tile setting out of the clrttie was giveni, and lt hoti i-nen, surrouiucdtet by their yelping, ralitiig iaek of houndls, hail departed in the direction of the forest, itwas into the yoiing roluts sleigh thlat Coi?lti!llce...

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Broken Hill Strike. THE POSITION UNCHANGED. Broken Hill, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

TIIE POSITION UNCIIANGFD. Broken Hill, \Wednesday. THls morning about 20 additional men tarted work on the Proprietary mile, .everal miners among them. Things at l e mine are going on as . satisfactorily es expected, and a large qttntity of material has been broken in the eastern quarry by BIaxter's men during the day. Five miners arrived by this morning's train for the junction company, and, were at once put on to work in old car bonatestopes. The ore is to be sent along to the smelting works at Port Adelaide. The strike has so seriously affected larrawingee that only 4 trucks ,o limestone are being sent in daily, and only eight men are employed by thecom pany. The usual reserve meeting this afternoon was largely attended, but the speeches were unimportant. rTha leaders said the men's position ,,as daily becom ing stronger, and that they had not the ,east reason to expect defeat. The I.abo: Defence committee, since the strike corn mencere, had received over CIgooo from sarious sour...

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