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

EXTREME 1'OLITENESS. sITor.:" I undllerstand that you want <ome painting done.,'. Editor: " Yes, I wish a sign painted at the foot of the stairs. It is for poets to read after I fire thern out; and as they generally alight on their heads you had better paint it like this." SDON'T SLAJI THE DOOR. The most difficult ups and downs of this? life are keeping explenrn doi-e and appear aoncs up.

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HE WAS IN LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

HiE WAS IN LUCK. A TALL, dignified-looking gentleman stood facing an unoccupied house in a prominent West Side street the other day, closely scanninOa large whitesign which hlng in the front door. The lhouse was a Ihandsome modern structure, two storeys high, and had evidently been built by some wealthy man for residence purposes, but was now adver tised as being "For Rent.' The tall man had just finished taking observations and jotting lown the owner's address in a small notebook, and was turning to leave, when a neighbour came along and pleasantly remarked: "It's a pity that a fine house like this should stand idle for such a long, time." " \hy, how long has it been idle ?" " Well, the last tenant moved out two years ago, and the owner can't find another who is brave enough to live in there." " What's the matter with it Danger of collapsing " "Oh, no. The Iouse is built solid enough. The great trouble is that it's hlaunted." "You don't say!" And the tall man seemted to grow more i...

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Court of Petty Sessions. Before Mr. McLuckie, P.M., and Messrs, C. M. Ross and P. Kenny, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

Court of Petty sessions. Before Mr. McLuckie, P.M., and Messr., C. M. Ross ard P. Kenny. J's.P. IsAAC Johnson v. Joseph Bunn, claim for £4 175s. 3d. for feeding and taking care of horse. Mr. Johnson appeared for the plaintiff and Mr. lassett for the defendant. Isaac Johnson swsorn, sait, he found Bunn's horse in his paddock, and went on the Oucen's birthday beh-ire last and spoke to him about it. Horn and lhe then agreed that he was to run the horse in his (witness's) paddock four is. 6d. per week. 'The horse had bee. running in the paddock 65 weeks and a r ay. Joseph BIun, sworn, sa d lie was, carrying on busines .as a hricl,nmaker, and his property joined a padd,,ck of Johlnson's.-. There was no frIce between the properties. lie had never had any agreement with .Johnson, an. during the time hie was alleged to hate run his horse in Johnson's paddock he had bought horse-feed to the valur of L?4 os. 6d. Never recognised plaint if, and was never asked for any money t itil he got this ...

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Goods and Parcels. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

Couds'sud Pa'srcels. :n: Parcels-Tait, MlcI'crsorn, WV. liulwe'J. Howden, Ilarrison, M. K. Mc'enzie. ,1 Johnston. Donovan, I"ole, flardwdll, Daran. N:. Bidstrup, R. IBassett, ltoyd Goods -G. Bidatrup, Moesanus, J. Scott Siebler, Bsrg, Shehaan, d~aitins, ILiJbins' Iluotdi.

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Worth Reading Twice. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

WForth Rleatling T'wice. iIFronE yon CIlsrgs production, cheapen its cost. TnE moon is cEver right while the seed. bed is cloddy. CoUnmra roads are too often paved wish good intentione. No man ever reaped foul wheat from clean ground and clean aced. W.~es prices are lov is just the time to imn. prove your farm animna!.. A ceoss may be better than a full blood for feeding, but nlever for breeding. Fontes'sa favorites are the men whose thoughts make ways for their actions. Ir there were more drains on the farm there would be fewer drug&gits in the village. lfAEE easy and short the way to the botcher of the animal that has learned to break fences. Tmene is eome sentiment about having an ice house on the farm, but there is at least as much financial wisdom. PAr cash, if you have to borrow money to do it. The banker will charge you less than the merchant for credit. Goon farming consists as much in over coming adveree circumstances as in im. proving fully favorable opportunities....

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

-o [FROM OUR OWN CORRECPJNDENT.] T'ile ball and supj er in aid of the Roman Catholic Church comes ofl to.night and I predict Inun the interest taken in it that at will bea great success. The Australian Timber Seasoning Company's store was totally destroyed by fire on aTuesday night. No:llilg was saved withl the exception of the lboous. Mir. R. . IA. obertson's house which is attached to the store was likewise gutted bLit fortunately, owing to tile strenuous ctlorts made by the people, tile furatitrae was saved altlhoughl badly knlockled about. The buildings and coatents wera I believe insured. 'I he Messrs. lrowt who were in the olice at the time re ceived a verr severe s.hock an l one of them has had to go to the hospital being badly burnt. A draught lournan:ent between \\'allan and \\'amndong took place on l'uesd:ay and resulted in an easy victory for \\an dung. eMiss E. 3M'Kercher, of By!nends, was married last week to a Mr. II l:lantyne of Benaalla. The breakfast w ichl was held...

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Treatment of Milch Cows. GEORGE E. NEWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

T~'reattl ent t of .filch Cows. GEonoJ E1. NwOLL., Nearly every dairy has its quotum of sicking cows, and onery cow in the land is :iable to ewitch her tail acro0s a milther' face during fly time. The human irritation aroused thereby rebuts on the herd, to its positive injury. There are t:-o classes of kicking cows-thoer habitually inclined that way, like a ballty horse, and those that only use their rear hofs in an clfinsive manner to rercnt fancied or real provocation. No. thing but the tgentlest and kindest treatment should rulein the dairy; so, to csre a rcowof this disagrecab!e habit, a brusque manner should be avoided. To milk an inveterate kicker, treat her as you would an heiter. Give her no chance whatovre to use her heels. Put a broad strap around her hind legs over the gambrels, and, drawing them snugly to gether, buckle it tight. P'!sce her in a stanchion next to the wall, and from a ring in the latter let a long strap depend, whieh, after paseirg around her light flank,...

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

:o: [FROM OUR OWN CORREnPONeNarT.] FOXES seem to breed well in this locality. Some time ago a brood of eight young or.e's were got from a hollow log and one day last week, a son of Mr. Seymour's captured a vixen and six young ones. At this rate of breeding they will soon be come very numerous. I believe the sur rounding shires intend giving a bonus for each.scalp which should induce people to destroy the pest. The manager of the Sugarloaf Creek cr eamery now separates the milk for farmers on Saturday evenings which is a freal boon, as the weather has been pretty warm lately and the milk would Iardly leep cool until Monday which would mean a considerable loss to the creamery and the farmers. 'I'lte plant in connection with the Glenaroua creamery is in course of erection and should be completed in a few days. -ost Ahearn is makin,'r geat improve. ..... .ugarloat CTcn?re:, r nu u l.ich were much needed. I believe it is his intention to erect a balcony in the Ihcnt of the building so th...

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A PUPIL TEACHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

e A PUPII. T1EACHER. z T)t'tDItc the pleasant Auotmln weather of the year 1878 thle noaturo of the twritetl' 1 vocation Iatllae it necessary for him to remain ina productive farmoing region in the eastern part of 'ennosylvania. My I empwlment was. not laborious or such as t requiredmall my time, and it was quite a titranl for ome to spend my lei?iure in taking f oltort ,trolls along the road leading by the Shotel. L Extending my walk further one evening r than it was customarty for me to do, 1 caime to a tine mansion pleatsantly lcotttd ill the I centre of a beautiful lawn. The oe:tupants of the Iltasion, an elhlerly couple, who were sitting in a vine-covereal porch, obrerved t that 1 was admiring their pleasant home I and beckoned tme to come in. 1 accepted the invitation, and I 1muse say that a more lagreeableadl generou.lhearted oldhi couple SI never have had the good fortune to meet. 1 inferred from such parts of our converr.a I tion as touched upon family matters that the *good...

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UNCLE IKE'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

UNCLE IKE'S LETTE1. (1 UsITr. IlE ihdiamlled pp to 10o open window where I sat sewime, tool c l Inis baItcred straw hil, and bowcd lw in lhis iiumble, old-fa~hlionied way " 11i-s l.uy, will you lth me die favour to re:ll dis letter to ie ? " lie asked, fumbling awkwardly in his i pocket !. lie lloke, and presently llinging t \lcrii d ilty yellow eivelone, which li heell oU; to i11 with a tremblin, hand. " Why, aw-l can l e irriting toI you, Uncle Ike;'" I askdll, s'*ililigiht the look of e:pcri:oniey iln his hi. M k fi'e. .": It'. t j- what T r 14io axing my. e'f i bber -ne.i the lt'.t-illler gib lie dat letter !" ii" exie!ilt. , in . voice itht shook w rit Ih oexii lnt. "Now, i was ti',kin, (a I oi tll lll fro de sabin, dAi may bi hit niw-idgt, ole from iidy. I delit' ipt las' al?ht dat I sred her Ia-nin ;ahr tiode little 1Clo lor, jee' as nui:tra l i.s e iet r lookel ill her life anit • I c' lla t Lgit dat tral|in olute I'lly iii!n . i l Vhti I woke ui I di, 1inrit i ', I tIclare ...

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THE LADY CASHIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

TIHE LADY CASIIIER, YES, sir, you may, bly isllecctilg tie time sheet in my office, see that for twenty years I have never been one minute late, anll yeb I say and believe that punctuality is an execrable vice. Who does not despise the imanl who tllwoy arrive in time, appearing just when one is trying to lisish some oeCn patiol, and, watch in hand, saying blandly, "Amls I not punct .,d'" Ye.s, sir, after serving ? a reullator for all the clocks in :my leiglllboIlrhoodl for twenty years, I repeat, puncttuality is excrable. I am cured of it, for it wastlho cause of the great es.t difrnlOitlutmrot of my life. Listen and jiuge fLor your.elf. F or retell lon, years I have bteakfasted at onle rest;aulrant ; every Ioorling ?tlexactly live minutes pt;L'.t eleven I oplctli the door. 1aud t Ill:reciscly live lnulliltes before noon I closed it. SIt, is uieless to dtctribe the ladly cashier enllire it. i., toy athat frotL the instlanlt I tasclted mly first cullp of colli.' in tIhat restau i rut...

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CHAPTER VIII. RETURNING EVIL FOR GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

CII.PTER VIII. iETUfl IaG EVIL ror GOOD. It is an open question whether a man ac eiled of a terrille crime of which lie is guilty .llter.s greater mental uilllgli.th than an inno cent l1r.,m charged with til heinolps deed. It is lprobablel that in the latter cans the suffering- is the greatest. ldecaud e the OLused Las to bear all the conotuely and punishll ent without the advantage of knowing that he has had the money or revelnge for which tihe guilty commit crioe. In John Blarklulrn's ease lt humanl eing could have endurel greater mental suffering without reason being implirred. llo was ta singldarly pure-minded and hlu mane m:n1. The very thought of murder aplpalled him. Ile was riluctanlt to kill a bild or a beast, omuch less a felleow man. Ilis physical as well ias mental nature revolted at the idea of violent death ; anl. assuroedly, there was no man living less likely to coummit mulllder. ] [e had a suprelt e contempt for money ex ceptsam as t u :rat ete: 1nd tile only end hi...

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CHAPTER VII. THE SEPPENT ENT[?] THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

THE SEP.I'ET ENiTrEr ltIIE s;tP.DE. When Blacklorn reached th little totn he founl that Ia small crowd of pe?qple hiad pilthered round the hotel where the inquest was to be held. It was a rather unusual event for the quiet phlce. As hie cntered the roomn where the coroner and jury were just *tking their sealt, Constable Wallace went ip to hint and, with a notd of ricaeogitiou, said: 'You are just in time, MIr. Blackburn. I 'thought you would not care to face the jour ner." Wallace looked as if a wash :and a leep would do him goeol. lie lhad not dept for Stwo nights; and had, in fact, followed the woold-cutler muni his but. l[e had a brief ..nvers ation with the scr geant, and the prioeeinis helan. The r srgeant -gave evidence as to Blackhurn calling on hint two d:lyspreviuonly and giving infomniatiou as to the death of the m:m whose lody the jury had just vie:ved, and which lad mince been identitied as that of a farmner named Robert Trevascus, a resident of Carld rile. Constable Wal...

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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] The Fatal Treasure. A STORY OF THE BLACK FOREST. CHAPTER VI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

[IALL Ininron ER?Ez . I The Fatal Treasure. A STORY OF THE BLACK FOREST, IVA.42 DEXTER. CILH TlER V I.-Citr::.:,n. A l tltc g.ld wai p:oilneed the d,..tir :an1 the costa!ile lolkted saiifi...,ttr *. h other :and, ,ewitn , _tIi:: urn had fIt :bie .d now t .'roi:V l il :. After tea th! th:.- ma I.... 1 t., si. up fr the rctm.ir, !r , tho l ,;:ra : . ..' rn,,m: and, :chhgh 1!::. -lion h. ii to keep them r oinpauy, th,.y wu.ld n,,t h, :.r ,fi I' G. to h,. eti in ,- : ynt !ntt l11 t; rnely tir-I1." ::td i t l,. ,l,-tr. The wodl-cuter wa, tt::lif- a. n 1, 1 at 10 .',loklt he 'was .lad eVugth to r tfi, t, I.-, whie l hen pLte, t at lty. e .n -c . .tlneie" never wilfully .-micd. lie was awl:n, n,:d ::t d:,yt'v~reak, ty thv n,-. made by the party prep.u-ng f,,r d,'lrtu'.,. n:ld wlen ie wlent uot ie , nn-ti:t bl ;vo?td:i hint : "YTo will he required to. a.teld ti in qu:,t to-morrow," he :aid. " I SuippIT- yt do not object to -yminr ?" "t, Certaitnly i. I will ty, mo!t willingly niel throw i h...

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Commercial. LIVE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

CoIlliierciael. :o:- LIVE STP lK I:EPORT. Fat Slheep.-The maarket was heavily supplied, i111,0l11 having beean m rded, which numbtller pliroved rge i rxa,-sna ofrenquilae. In ots. TI'ihe ,,,nai.l wa- dall and irregular, except for iat few lhaie piml loin otiieilan S; alld priet toll the whl o d Jhot" a ugenrala a all ronull deline, ranging from lid to Is lid per hiena IoI r last w.o-k's rollr. Prinlre cross. Ired wth.:re, fraa 15 is to 17s; prime arass. bred ewna, froma 1:18 to 144 ; prime inllinO waathers lonra l:i 1 Ito 11s th1 ; extra do. do. Its (lid; 'good do. do. from 11u to I2s; Iniald ia- do. aln, ionm l" to las; prime merino ewea, fronOll to In1; others train ? Uid; Irest shorn laerinma o et.ras to 10s lid ; bast alorn maerino ewes to ta.. Fait lamabs.-!9.L0 were penned. The de. mand was witllhout nlrilnation at extremnely low raits. Prime sold at olin T6 ldi to Os; a few to lo10: co,ld, 5s .1 to U 0lid; middling and illf rior from:s. Fat Cattle.-- Ill. 1ardled ; about 700 ...

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

Gazette Nolices. :o THE following appeared in the Goverrnmnt Gaztter on Friday last : Licenses declared void :-Alexandra dis trict-No. 31:l, John UGrenaway, grazing blocrk 408. Seyminur district-No. 2!1?5. Fdwin T. Kenyon, Jloorambool East, 876x ; No.404, Archibald Campbell, Woodbourne, 8311. Grants approved:-Hugh Cumming, Yarek, 18a 3r lp. Arears available up to 21th inst :--Conty of Anglesey-Parish of Billian, 10u acres, E, see. C, Seymour Land offiec, formerly re. commended to John Moulcahy: Parish of Flowerdale, 320 acres, lE ic, Seymour Land oltice, formerly applied fir by Itllert Day. Leases approved :-Johu F. lJacks u, 177 acres, Wappun ; Robert A. Rolbrtson :176, acres, Derril ; lktric;k Dan, 1(1:1 acres, Yea; John David O'Cullagan, Switzerland, 31ls? Sr :lp; Francis Glossop, W,oodlourne, I1ll 9r 7p; Colin Alexander lcKelcnzie, Gain Ghin, Oa, Or 27p. The Nutnurkah Turf Club's committee has passed a resolution in support olthlettalisa. tor, on the ground that it willlessen th...

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Cricket. OPENING OF THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

Cricket. OPENING OF TIlE SEASON. THE cricket season for the years 1892.93 was formally opened in Blroadford, in the presence of a large number of spectators, on Saturday last, When the non-smokers of the Broadford Cricket Club were pitted against the smokers. In Melbourne lar some years a rule had been adopted rlosien the football season on the last .aturday in September, but unfortunatelv this h:as not Iber, adopted by the local club and the pleasure of the gaume, s as the players were concerned, was sonm .. h iampered with hy a numbler of person, kicking a football about the ground. Notwithstanding this the game proved very interesting throughout an:d some very fair play was shown. There was a good attendance of planers, and, judging by Ihe quantity of new blood introductd into the club during irn- past O yey::r.;ntlhe season promiises to bea most successful one. P'rior tor conmencing the inatch at number of players gathertd together anld Mr. Duncan 31 ?clougall.as captain of the ...

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MR. SHUDDIKIN'S ERRAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

Ml. 1SIITID1DIKIN'S IlR:AND. "HtHE Sholliliki family co polsed of Mr. Slllnbllikinl, Mrs. Shudh liin, and tlheir only dalnghter and ehild, ? ci?i, had risen from comparatire porerty ti oudden aflhu Ti cre had been a time whtp tihe S,,hndldi kins were, like manty ot he a ino Ihe great State of Texas, '. land poor "-hatil. is, .Iohn Sh;udikin ihad inheritedi lilr.L t(raws of lind fritm his fathers null later oih l marisriied a wife who was an heiress toa Ias ouch mor( land l; so that bIetween tie itra thyv ownet d territory en'a:gh to flirui a gid-si.-;,i State of their own, had they so ditesiral. Iut, the hllid hid been a constaint bulc cito them. It couol not he soli, for there was noi one to purchase; still the taxes had to lbe paid. ail it. ha:l ptn-heol Mi'. Shlddikin all theI days of his life to raktie and ,-crapl toetither nmoey sullicicnt for the purpose. lH, the Shuiddikins reaellied the turn in the lneat Nlast. The boom struck Shuddi kin ICounty, and they dispo-edl of their ...

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The Broadford Courier, AND REEDY CREEK TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1892. Strikes and their Effect. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

AND REEDY CREEK Ttstls. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1892. Strikes and their Effect. THERE is a useful lesson to be learnt, if men would take the trouble to con it carefully, from the events which are now taking place at Broken Hill. Moreover, it is one of general application, and that is the reason why it is mentioned here. The lesson to be taken to heart is the enormous loss which a three or four month's strike entails upon the ranks of labor, . without conferring upon the strikers any gain whatever. The vanity of a few may be flattered by the thought that they have fought against the real, or imaginary injustices inflicted upon them by capital, but even the gratifica tion of one's feelings is too dearly pur chased by an empty purse, and the pinched faces of wives and children deprived of their usual allowance of wholesome food. Things might be dif ferent if there were really a prospect that the battle could be won. Privations would be less felt if there existed a re...

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THE DIFFICULTY OF GOING TO THE PLACE YOU WISH TO GO TO. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 7 October 1892

TI I D ICFFICILTY O, GOING TO' '11 PLACE O0U WIS1J TO a *g) OT more thal' a gr1et many years aoI .6 btl. I ..as driving ...... n:tLry rea 0with a boy with llla n mn i l - :t ble glad to drive, whe,; wei'ca:u awnearei t!thl w ,e didl't knllow just .tly 'lr.e w.e were, Snor just howe to get o e: "' e we wrcl' going. 've could get to whet. ::a were goig, , easily enough by h keep.0 . ,xghtt oan, or0 y turning back, or going 1 qi her noe' orll south, t but possibly it nlight nIot tuin out io be 'tie Splace whoe we wished itl, to. \iWhen it dlawnedt upoa that we werCe no d longer certain of our waya cloud 1 atlen Over d the sull. Finger hllori disalpeared fromll I tr~es and Ifenc o e ornr l Ie te were swIept from tihe roads :is can i telvy as thoughl a y destroying cyclone lhad owldtl alonag every i public road in the couny that very morn 'ing; only, far away, bl ,emote hill-tops, ,with no road or la,11 leading thereto, a aplpared silent forllhidlses. At long ::nd e;dlcary intervals a ph...

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