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Goods and Parcels. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 14 October 1892

leoa~ls and 'areas.. Par'ei .-%cLen. ,trnhouse. Johnston. Snimulr, J 10d, T. I).s s, Ilowden, Lade. 1\. id!srn. Sicb!er, Seymour, H. IKay Maortins, Ilibtons. Goods.-Siehler. W arker, Berg, Bid strop, Nicthols. Itotwei Abty, Dairying Comnpary, IV. Lyd, t .oiodtl,o:u, Iowden.

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Kilmore Warden's Court. Thursday, 6th October. (Before Mr. Warden M'Luckie.) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 14 October 1892

KILMORE WARDENS COURT   Thursday, 6th October (Before M1r. Warden .l'Luckie.) GEORGE James Berlowitz appllied for a gold mining leaso on private property in the parish of Glenburnie owned by Bridget   Dwyer and Jamns C'ourtney. Mr. Whelan atppeared for the applicant, who deposed to complying with all tht necessary regulations   and produced a copy of the " Kilhore Ad vertiser " cotaining the advoertisement of his application. The Warden permitted the applica   tion, subject to the question of compen sation to be afterwiar, determined.   Jallmei Farrell atl,plil tsr a riouri . of in. quilrire'ardin, an :iIIege! !ireach or the labor 'i,rnlalts lof ile?se No. 420:1, known as the Lnmeridte ire:.t F:xtended Cuspanor.. Reedy Creek. M1r. VWhlan appetred for ep lir. Lewis'on . halflof tli o.wners, Iessra. Wilson, Blackall oni L.swi. stteel the ,aims wais thou:htt b s lcii?n in February last by him. lie had -ince aid tahe rent ...

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Bric-a-Brac. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 14 October 1892

Iric-a-Bratc. -0-o The enormnos quantity of iron and steel lsed in the it'ew Inade of constructing build. ings in Chieoire which was olovy first tried six years nac,. has created quit, au lew in lustry, and the employids have alr:lad their organ'iatioun nllder th te rln architerturall irrn utn;Cers. S tel as now a toolitslt etirly tken the place of iron. The tfoa Satiens are tiers of st.-el r;il. mbLlvlod in catcr.te, I!. lhetus strettlhig lIt or 12 fret under tile street, a n ft hrlll necessary on ?t count of the soil, so as to hear tile great weight. These beanlstre mallde at the Illinois stol woeks, or cr?oe from PIenllnt., llai. l'hit s new method toflItillinu is said to Ie lighter and stronger than the old systemt and to Ihe labsolutely tire proof. Amlng the large ntnmaer of informal letters lhandledl hy the British postal service Iast year some :12.100 letlrls wenrr plstedt witthout any a:hlress. anlfof these litLl tarried money to tlthe valte atfover fl.,jiil. In one instanie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 14 October 1892

Hotels. The I roeadford Hotel, Eig 1 Street, Broadford, IS reple with every eonvenience4as a Constr rcial hotel. Only the Ist brands of winesi, spirits, Ce., kept in stock. LI ER .1L TABLE. Good Billijrd Table. thrses and Buggies for Hire. Good Stabling. Cabs 31eet Trains at Shortest Notice. EVERY CONVENIENCE for fishing and tlooting parties. Strict Civility and Attention. Proprietor. Reedy Creek Hotel, REEDY CREEK. IS replete with every convenience for the travelling public. Traps meet train every morning. rs. Abley, MIDWIFE AND LADY'S NURSE, PI' ,\SAGER Sr., Broadford. Frst-class Re fcrences. Legal llnno liccnllilts PUFFt AND WILKINSON JOIIN GAVAN DUFF\', the surviving partner of the above-named firm of Solicitors, and TIIOMAS EDWARD KIING, who has been ca:rying on the business of the said firm at Seymour and Kilmore for some time past, having entered into partnership, they will carry on the business at Seymour and Kilmore under the style or firm of DUFFY AND KING. OFFrICES TALLAR...

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JANET'S ROUGH LESSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 14 October 1892

JANET'S RO'CH LESSON. ,JITntE SEATON had arranged to take his datnghters to Long lnsuch for the season, anid ie invited.lanetto accompany them. Julnet was a beautiful _irl, graceful and well bred, and the Seaton3fanciedlher, and the judge, being ia remote ,lative of her mother, felt, it It kind of duty to look after Janeot a little, and to do what le reasonably could for "'Twilt do the chlil good," he explained to hit wife, "aad m one knows what a pretty girl mlay aecOnplish i the run of a nllo Branch scl.soll." Mrs. Seatono tleva:tl her delicate brows ill wetll-bred sulltrise butl. he ltwas Lo atintable and ladylike .0 raise nilly objeclion to her huasband's will eo the matter was settled. O I the very afh'nton litfor, I th ir delparture, while .attt ens r.akmg her Iri p mtuslins and i?er one silk, an old amlplior-wlood box aivl(. Iaptain U.nr rimer, of the brig; Nautilus, hroaghl, it tlow i. lie IhaI jest ;,,t iltlo pur ll a :d ld spoktia with the W hit.. Stwt olln his hiiie ward ...

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JONATHAN BRANDFORD'S CONFESSION [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 14 October 1892

JONATITAN BITAi)FORD'S CONFESSION ^ BOUT dusk on an evening late in the -, October of 17ii, a gentleman on horseback, attended by a mounted servant, rode up to o the Paekhorse, a large and com fortable Oxfordshire inn on the road between London and Oxford. The honiface of the hostelry was one Jonathan Bradford, a man of unexceptionable character, who had kept the. house for several years. After the fashion of landlords in those good old days, mite host of the acklhorse came out, hearnn ing and smiling, to welcome his guest, who was' evidently, from hisalpearance, a person of consequence. The traveller was, in filet, a gentlteman of large fortu namulned Ifayes, who was journeying to Oxford to visit a relative in residence at onte of the colleges. After dismountting and handing his horse over to the care of his servant, Mr. Hlayes was shtowln into ia comfortalle room, the only ,eculloits of which mere tu?qtentleten wiho w?crl travelling like himatelf. In those days E:nglishnt:n on the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 14 October 1892

Notices. COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE COMPANY. I IIAVE been appointed agent for the above company anod am prepared to reoeive applications for policies. N. BIDSTRUP. IMECHANICS' HALL, BRIOADFORD. ANNUAL CONCERT and BALL, In connection with the BROADFORD MECHANICS' INSTI TUTE, Will be hell To-night ! To-night ! FRIDAY, OCTOBER the 14th, 1592. Tickets: Front seats. 2s; Back seats, Is; Concert and Ball, 5s. ALEX. McL.EOD, Hon. Sec. Business Notices. The Commrcial Hotel, Close Riailway Station, HIGIH STREET, IROADFORD. rl?1E undersigned begs to notify that he has leased the above Hotel and intends to keep only the best brands of WINES, SIIRITS, &ce. in stock:. LIBERAL TABLE. Every attention paid to Commercial Travellers, holiday seekers, and the public in general. One if A!cock's full-size Billiard Tables newly renovated. GOOD STARBLING. P. SHEAHAN, Proprietor. VICTORIA RACING CLUB. CUP WEEK. DERBY DAY ... ... ... Oct. 29th CUP DAY ..-...... Nov. st OAKS DAY ... ... ... Nov. 3rd S...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 14 October 1892

Local anmt l enerul r ecws. -o--:o.- CR ConcertT .5o BlLL.-T-he annual concert and ball in connection with the Mechanics' Institute will be held at the hall this evening. CotILct.-The ordinary monthly meeting of the Broadford ShireCouncil takes place on Monday next, and it is currently reported that the meeting is likely to be of a lively ntature. Tot.sL.-The trial of E t!ard Sheppard, s ho is alleged to have carnally known Edith tlay Searle, takes place at the Central Criminal Court, Melbourne, on Monday next. SALL.-On Monday last Messrs. IHunt and Ahearn sold by auction the effects of the late T. Donohue., of Sheoak Hill. Prices I for the stock on the whose were satisfactory, but there was no offer for the land. SA.L.-Messrs. Osborn and Hludson will, under instruction from iMrs. lcNiven scell by public aucti:n, at " Auchnellan," Sugarloaf creek, at 12.3: o'clock to-day, the whole of her cattle, horses, implements and elfects. PMessrs. Abbott and \ilsont will hold their usual month...

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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] The Fatal Treasure. A STORY OF THE BLACK FOREST. CHAPTER VIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 14 October 1892

[AL.L Rall its .EIICVeD.1 Te Fatal Treasure, --------+.c.+------ A iTORY OF THiE BLACK FOREST - "*C~a By IVAN DEXTER. ----4*e. - CIAPTE.IR VIII.-Co.n.r,?to. "Tell tme all you knot of the facts," the I:lwycr:arid, looking at Mary with consider ,ble interest. A'i the distresed girl stated whatshlcknew he took notes, and when she had finishcd he said : " rYm can rely on me doing evrrything I can for your father. I will g ancd see hint in half-ain-hour, nt slihape his the-h-e. I ie?st tell you. lioweveer, Mica PTl:ekburn, that law in it uncertailn aill. even if your fathler is conunittted for trial. yolu meast inot regardi it as srerioult. Yot musit lnot ,rive way in the erisis. lIe-,p up yoer courage and everything will go well," lie added, .encouragingly. " A.nd tre miemlbwer, I amt always at your vervice-comet here us often tie you wish, if I a:Lti not in lily lmother will bonl find eilt." Mary llachiurn departed at this for the Lhouse she was staying iat, iand the iyoung ali lelant ...

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HIS SHAVING BRUSHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 14 October 1892

IIIS SHAVING BRUSHES. IIZ.ERE was upon the steamer on which we were returning from Europe an elderly Jewish gentleman, who freely told any ote who would listen, all hisa nlirs, lie was in business, it was true, but he travelled simply for ple?asur'e-t-his time, simply for pleasure. 1Ie bo:ated a good deal of his money, and always exh hited his possessiona with the statelment of heir cost. Ile told us how "expensive " his house was, and also the e:llskin cloak of madam, his wife, who was not with him; but he was always polite and aullols to do those civil tliegs whilh peolp!e can do on shipboard. I never saw hin i i any onipleasant mood, or uncivil to anyonle, but it applears that saometlhing abont him irrital edr a lanoenger tby the nane of iorley, rwho ch0ad miore than onlce showi vrigns of the fact tht thatle had it fIrions temllper and a prrivate bnttle, lie had Ibecomle the talk of thie Ias-engers when, one lday, a rlirch of the steamaner threw Mr. 1Moses violently againsot Mr. ...

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A DANCING CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 14 October 1892

A DANCING CONTEST. Br A MlEr. SP'rECATOi.' LEAIRLY it is a niglltof nights. On the dewy pavement stand several hatless girls and smudgy-faced boys, slu!lling in their efforts to keep warm, indl obliterating thus the cllalked sqluares made, hours since, by infantile players of hopfecotch. The stout, plenteously bechinned lady at the eating. house close by, who by proud placard offers BEcvEF PuoDI s SAtIE LIKcE ;t YOUR MaOTIIE 31A:Es, put- apron over her helad, ascenlds: pair of wooden steps, and stands there riskily the better to view the tun. To the half-opened door of the housse comes ne vot?sly at times a small dingy servant. A board in the narrow sooty ga:u'den bears a discreet notice on damp piok note- loper: A D.LAicINs CoG?ucrTiors (ilvl. n to ielot thers of crhssse aod frienls) will be hehl i:cre on Thulrsday evening next. l'lcaieyv dress piermitted. Private lessous giveni. -Terms most eaonable. Ap.\lly to the lises Duck. And athvwart this lohas been written in violet ink "To...

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THE LIME-KILN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 14 October 1892

TI E11 Li11ME-KILN ULUB. Y.I fien," said itnher :tardner, when - tie Saturda:y night lmeetiong of the Lihme-Kiln (,'lnl h:ul been uOpened in due form, "dar ant sciberal dililerent things I duiah to ci yi' r 'tcnlshull to i, dith time, when dis Club has no Iertiekler bizneso befo' it. "I notice dat some of yo' is great ltnds fur moutoues. In Illy time I has knollud h1ea1t o' spCMle witl ttotuce, ant' I onebber c;ld ec (;;at liey goit allong ay better duan oeder folks. ie truhl,!euseens to be dat de moLto all' lde man do:In' exactly hitch upI ttgot.ier. ie rieet, ma:eetit.s ttn I eber knowed thd ' i.::celsier ' or his molto. lie man who stole 0 0ixteen ehi(cens front my copti had fur his toUtto, ' Iho ?sty brings Succv0'.' It is now Ober lob)?n y'arts ,ince I leit threoe dollars to a alln who hasi no lets l;to tlice dillkrent mottlesn to sputr hist oil, ast' I t.inl'i t;ot dot mosney back it. "' It haints de motto ldat makes de mtet, hat eierv tstman mt.,t make tiseltf. When Shittndi ...

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MR. TODHOPPER'S BET. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 14 October 1892

MRn . TODu0IIOIpEl'S BET. *I , ET you a hundred dollars you can't J. m? tnke t trip. "All right. Put up The money was staked in safne ohands, al the iext day Thollma.i Tollhollllie, attlred tas a t1ump of ltu wortll and secdie.l. variety, started to walk from New York to l'iladel phia, without a cent. of touey about. himi to satisfy tih miercenary designs of Society ag.ainuSt l v impecttianstnager. Ilis borrowed clothes h:lt be-en resisurrt.eetl friom an ash barrel behind the lEsex eMarket poliice-station. el ore bhehad ccupliedl them tet minultes MrI. Tothiopier felt, iuney. "I feel desperately uneomfortcale," lie "Never Inidl. A tram llpets used to anything," said tle frieud with whom, in w-iL Iie now felt to be. an evil hour, lie had n:de the: elt.. " int you wonat make the tillp, ToiL . olm. p' Uuieacity wtas aouased. " ee if I dlout," lie replied. " If I get to Pilu ielphi iiinside of a week without the ail of imuuy, or ally Ilhure lpromisO of toney, the thundred d1bsts mo mini...

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Kilmore News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 14 October 1892

ailanore Newo. IT has been currently reported that Mr. I). ,McWhae, late manager of the Com mercial Bank at Lancetield, and more recently at Moonee Ponds, has sent in his ,esignation, and will shortly retire from the service of the bank. The weather has been exceptionally fineduring the week, ard at times un seasonably warm. The ground is begin ning to dry up, and more rain is wanted for the early crops. An account amounting to £.924 3s. 3d. was paid at the sub-treasury this week to the Kilmore Waterworks Trust, this being the second instalment on the loan. The annual horse-parade on Saturday last-held under the auspices of the Kilmore Agricultural and Pastoral So ciety-only attracted half.a-dozen horses, four being thoroughbreds, one a roadster, and another a pony. Some years ago a mnuster of 25 to 3) horses, half of them being draudht stallions, was no uncom mon sight at a horse parade at Kilmore, but there does not seem to be a single Clydesdale in the district at present. The ho...

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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 14 October 1892

Fortune has rarely condescended to be th e companion of genius.-Disraeli. A gentleman is one who understands and shlows every mark of deference t, the claims of self-love in others, and exacts it in turn from them.-Hlazlitts. Ile is truly good who desires ahlwvys to bear the inspection of good men.-l.cehefoueauld. Our domestic affectiona are th most salu tary basis of all good government.-D)israeli Gratitude is the soil on which joy thivos. -Auerbach. No tman has come to true greatness who has not felt in some degree th u. his life be llngs to his ra:e, and that what oled gives him he gives him lor uankind.-1lhillipi Brookls. Happiness does away with nuliness, and even makes thLe beauty of beauty.-Amiel. A rich mnan is an honest man, nol thanks to him, fhr lie would be a double knave to cheat manukind when he had no need for it.-Daniel Defoe. We should miss a great deal that is valuable in hnman nature if we conlin..d our attention exclusively to imoportant peronoges.-- lamner. ton....

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 14 October 1892

Miscellaneous. - o: Insercrcn Or NIS.\NCEs.-Appiications are called in another column from persons willing to undertake the duties of Inspector of Nuisances to the Broadford Shire Council at a salary of £0o per annum. l'At THlE PtRI:ITR.- An echange says: "We want some money fro oun r customers. We have offeredour creditors a penny in the , as the present custom seems to be. but they wart more-aindeed the want pay ment in full. This is very rough on us, because we did not expect to meet with such hard hearted men in these days of cout position. Meanwhile, where is the money coming from to pay for our nest issue ? We are not land boomers, and have not en couraged wild speculation. Indeed we have discountenancedl gambling of every kind. But we cannot get a quire of paper without pay ing cash in advance, and we have borrowed until our creditis gone.-We have worked many years for nothing, and boarded our selves-or rather, our wife has boarded us ' free, gratis, for nothing.' Our composi...

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GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY? [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 14 October 1892

GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY? 3IMMIEDIATELY adljoining H1igh ol!. " born, and prrallel with the southern side of Red Lien-sqaitre, runs a long, Iarrow, gloomy lata, called Engle-street. Hlere, in the month of July, ISI , a remark. able scene was wnitneecd. Ina back room of thile ousce, No. 14, long since pulled down to make way for I)ay and Martin's Blacking hlualtfectory, the body of a young woman, who hald a few hours before been execucted at New.gate for poisoning with arsenic tile family in which she was cook, was exllibited by her parents to all comers. The street was tilled with crowds of compassionato or inquisitive gazer. Money was freely given i:nd readily received. This extraordinary exhibition continued for live days. On the 31st ~of. ily a general procession wended its waiy nep lau il;eb Conduit-street to tile burial ground at tit hback of the Fotndlling Ilos pital. - The pull was borne by six yoenea women, robed inl white. Thoustandls of lleectators followed the collie to the g...

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Strath Creek Athletic Club. THIRD ANNUAL SPORTS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 14 October 1892

Stat.li Creel' Athletic Clnb. TIIIRI) ANNU.AL SPORT'S MEETING IT has been said that tho above club is on excellent terms with the Clerk of the Weather, and this statement was ful)y verified on Frilay last, when the morniag dawned with a bright sunshine and bracing breeze which made it at once evident that there wo:d1 be a large number of visitors to the Strath to witness the club's third annual sports meeting. About nine o'clock a number of persons left Broadford, in vehicles and on horse bhack, for this picturesque little slot, and with the local population and country visitors there was quite a large atten danceon thecourse, which had been carefully laid out, by a band of energetic workers, on a piece of ground kindly lent for the occasion by Mr. Arthur Forbes. The programme woas opened with a round of the Sheffield Iland.cap, and the easy manner in which G. Beveridge won his heat confirmed the freely expressed opinion that he had slightly too much start. A. W. Doxev proved his su...

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THE HUMOURS OF HIGHLAND SMUGGLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 21 October 1892

TITE IIU.MOUIS OF IIIGILAND SMUGGLING. ;. i O the January number of Gol WYords the author of "Stronby" cthtributes au entertaiinig article upon Highland smugglers and their ways. The Celt has never been able to understand that there is any real immorality in "dishing tle Excise." As the writer remarks :-With him it has always been an article of faith that there is nothing wt ong in taking a stick from the wood or a lish from the stream, to which he wouhl add the making of a little whiskey when lie has any barley to spare for the purpose. .lany of the well-known "men" of the north have thought that there was nothing reprehensible in the practice; and minisiters in the good old time have had their tanices supplied with "mountain dew "' for which no duty has ever leen paid, and been known to prefer it very much to lhelegitimiate iroduct. Thie moral sense of :he (olt has always regarded what is called -msuiglieg as an o*fence of a very venial kiwi, if ib be ar tifferncc at all. THE INCI...

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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] The Fatal Treasure. A STORY OF THE BLACK FOREST. CHAPTER X.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 21 October 1892

ot sontanes nearnvoen.1 The Fatal Treasure. A STORY OF THE BLACK FOREST. By IVAN DEXTER. CHAPTER X.-Coam-r.sre. "In spite of all tho evidence, that man is innocent, and his hanging will be i judicial murder," he said aloud. " And it will kill the pear girl. I tremble to think what will becomeno of her. I shall write to my mother and ask her to come down at once," le said, with decision. "She is better in such cases as this than I am, and she will beo a second mother to 3 lry Bllackburn." It will be ,tlliered from the ;nsitng of the young lawyer that the girl had not only ob tained a legal advier wnhen she engaged him. but also a true and devoted friend. Mt?. Wilberforce came to town next day, in response to her son's letter, and it was greatly owing to her kitndness and consoling. :ttentions that the almost demented girl was able to pass through tlhesuccCtdiun fortUight, at tho end of which time the Executive Coun cil, having considered Blackhurn's case. de cided, after a long dises...

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