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CHAPTER XV. A PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

CILbA'TER XV. A rnorosat. When Sheridan awoke next moerlin, he was not in the Ihet of temper.rs and, as he recollected what had transpired with Army tage, he felt thoriugly mad. The more he p?milered over the matter thlelie pe appare:t it beciame to him that he was in the power ,f a eioundrel. iFrom the way in which his late loon companion hald acted to him lie knew that he would be mlerciless in his exacamtions, and that hle would never rest secure unless something were done. "If tho fellow were only dead !" he out tered, "I would be all right; and I can never rest contented until he is out of the way !" 1ie called the landlord and asked him if his late companion was about the public house, but was told that he had left two hours before. "Where did lie go? Can you tell me?" he queried. " Io said something abouit going to Mel bourne, so I expect that is where e he has gone to." T'he idea now entered Sheridan'is head that perhaps the astute anld lslropulll?uts peli eioner had obtaini...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Cricket. BROADFORD V. SEYMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

Cricket. :o: BROADFORD V. SEYMOUR. Ox Saturday last for the first time on record, the Broadford Cricket Club played two matches on the same day. The first eleven were pitted against the Seymour club and played on the local reserve. dMacDougall, Broadford, won the toss and sent the visitors to the wickets, D. Porter and Gregson being the first to appear. Harry Fothergill opened the bowling, and in the first over secured a wicket before any runs were scored. Cocks and Emmett were the next to appear, but the life of the latter was brief, as from his first hit he was neatly taken by Diion in the long-field. Cocks then placed a ngle, and was clean bowled by Fothtrgill. Barrett and Ryan were the next to ppear and the latter set the ball rolling by ?ock ing together 18 runs, which were secud by good cricket, after which he was c verly stumpedy T. Sheppard. Callan fi the brr.heb aed.;---?.;?ý-; . L..? bittlirng. .;n. piling n less than 34 runs'before he was disposed of. The total score was ...

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BROADFORD 2ND ELEVEN V. FLOWERDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

BROADFORD 2ND ELEVEN V. FLOWERDALE. The second eleven of the Broadford Cricket Club, under the command of IV. Craig, on Saturday last journeyed to Strath Creek, to do battle against the Flowerdale Cricket Club. As the time approached for com mencing operations, it was found that several of the~ lroadford team, notably Hohmuth, AlcRae and Bidstrup, had not turned up, and Masters M. and N. lcLeod had to be put on as substitutes. Flowerdale were the firstto bat, and totted up the respectable total of t13 runs. Broadford then took the wickets and at the call of time, had lost four for 21 runs. The result was thus a draw in favor of the Flowerdale Club. After the match, the home team, with their customary hospitality, treated the visitors to some light refreshments, which, needless to say, were much appreciated. Following are the scores : STRATH CREEK. T. Munro, not out ... ... 25 C. HIilliear, b Craig ... ... 14 H. Craig, b Reilly ... ... 17 A. Harris, b Craig .. 3 Coombe, c A. Munro b ...

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FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

FIXTURES, Broadford v. Wallan, at Wallan to-morrow t29th inst.). Team: MlacDougall, Hardy, Dixon, Trezise, Futhergill. Hoban, Craig, Sheppard (2), Davis. Temple. Emnrgencies : Harrison and Hand. Nov. 5-Yea at Broadford. IBroadford at Tallarook. Nov. 9--loonee Ponds at Broadford. Nov. a2-Seymour Railways at Utoadlfrd. Nov. 19-Wallan at Broadiord. Dec. to--Broadford at Seymour. Feb. 4-Broadford at Yea. A buoy near Sandy liook. United States i; now lighted by eleatricity frolu a genLratling Statiou same miltes away.

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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] The Fatal Treasure. A STORY OF THE BLACK FOREST. BY IVAN DEXTER. CHAPTER XII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

[ALL nIOHTS IIESERVED.' The Fatal Treasure, A STORY OF THE BLACK FOREST. DT IVANV DEXTER. CILAPTER XII.--CoTmroUED. The police authoritics did not assist Wil berforce. They h:ad convicted a man for the crime, and that satiseied the ends of justice from their point of view. Besides, it would be a reflection on their sagacity if it was found they had arrested and pumuished the -wrongll l;1, so that they were not even nott tral, but actually obstructive. " Let justice he done, though the lheaveens falU !" was tilt the motto they adqte -l. They looked at the adminishation of junatice frotm a depart mentall and lbinces point of view. A crime w;os eotnuitted 1anl e someone hbl tto 1, pu)1l ilodl for it, as a dcterrse-t to otilers. If they oecuned sutliciont evidence to, con;iet a man, thouglt ho was ilnocent, it itcted just as well as a deterrent, as if the real pr?l.etr.tor had been ptunished. This ws was he view the lw authorities took of Blachurnl's cane, and it ;ugiutr? badly for J th...

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LARKIN'S DOUBLE. A MOST EXTRAORDINARY PSYCHOLOGICAL PHENOMENON. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

LAIt.IN' S ])OUI'LE. A 2loT :::Tn.ilctols.tt I'? I 'llot.c.tIcaL L.i\:tii is a great ltudtent of inattere which lic outl-ide of he ordinary. One of hie little fads is a deep ill.eret, in "doubles," and I think hil has an idea or a theory that every uIni: itein_'' is po0ses1led of an exact dulpli. alte so?ine hero oil the carth'i su rface. O)ne afternoto Iullting saw Larkin start on a walk which he had reason to believe wouhl last for two or three miles. It was ailoi'ing a street traered by a cable road. Ilutliug thenl conccived the tldibolical Fclhellt which I illi about to relate anil alto proucl id t lit it in execulion. lDoardin I . car, lie very oon overtook l::riin. Then, alighting a siiutare ahead, lhe t.alke i down the istreet, toet Lrkin, :-d the time of iday, and wient on. Tlhi wa< a;. very -impiltd oerltionl andt of. iiiour( e excited lno surOpriet ill Larkin. After liline had ipa s-ced his frieinl, iho boarided tIc l?ie ':t lli he it, alnd once mnore overtook h...

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Reedy Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

RHeecl:y Creek. --:0: [FROM OCR OW! CORREvrJNDENT.] MESSRS. Balmer and Farrell are putting through a crushing from the Shephrrds line of reef, at Shawn' battery. A party of gentlemen from Wand ong have taken up the old Leviatham claim, and en. gaged Shaw's battery to crush 300 tons of quartz. Tendersare called for thte carting, which will commence next week. This will cause a bit of stir here. Lovers of the light fantastic si ll be glad to learn thatagrand ball and supper, will be held on Thursday night, the 3rd of Novem ber, in the local hall, in aid of the Kilmore Hospital. Persons desirous of assisting in so good a cause, and having a g ood night's fun, cannot do better than attend. No pains are being spared to make it a gr .nd success. I am indebted to Mr. Jones, for " the follow ing information-The flisses E nglish met with rather a nasty accident on Wednesdty last, driving into Broadford. The horse, which was rather a spirited anicual, ran foul of a tree, (strange to say, the ...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

Local and General News. PosrPOoED.--The trial of Edward Shep pard has been postponed till Tuesday, No. in vember 15th, prox. Snow.-The Seymour-Nagambie Agricul 1 tural Society's Annual show takes place at in Seymour to-day. iHOSPITAL SNDAY.--The second Sunday in December is likely to be the day on which special collections will be taken up in aid of the hospital. ill FOOTRACE.-The first two, of three races, ce between Bloxham and McCann are dated to k, take place to-morrow afternoon on the local recreation reserve. ts CHANCEL.--The contractors for the chancel and vestry for the church of England commenced work on Monday last. The. memorial.stone will bvtd'oer'"t "Icth cf nuxt month. in LATE CoNcEwr.-As a result of the Mc chanic's concert, held on Friday week, the funds of the institution have been augmented to the extent of L7 los. The total receipts - amounted to £J3 8s 6d. - TRUaST Ftis.-At the Kilmore Police te Court, on the 2oth inst., the respective . guardians of .ames Hood, F...

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Milking by Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

TanE RPe. S. C. Fiacleirt, f Bllaillrsdall. seniFds rs P:In:L t:u:o rl [3qnl c i bitiion of' a nev mnilkin~g mw, ad:,, w,'klh reetntly tok pinee le'r S'trflr. P, r)ays it waI the mllt ir.' g l - . tc rC icl'tc'ssee ic' tho s'in, i0f m!. l ]ld r in tlline. \ en sl: .a:.gil t..t it is eni, l ,,f nilll:i:g! 2 L'ns inl::.:x Ini n!olrt- " Iie ar i" .' In oir' roagh hal):l!{i?, such:] a~ ?"lin r'ol' are subI?"etlie to. The trhi.l ,,Rs h! fir tC ! tp..inl neneit of t!:e coiinc'l I ! Ancri'ltciral Il'dctnin andl :th1 r embie:i,'. .f lih' G'c'ermnln't wln itake n ite..t cu ,iirI .v nmny of w'hanc vere tIC.€, t tl vrt'niti ln e rccerilrltinclg. The i ,c '' i?v l t in ? .t m \fM assrc. N cihol stell Glira, c ,cthld''i',. ''nd ic tic" 1lir -ver bl.'ht t<* Yiwtia. ',r.CCrig tie inicc crter, h:i ti? 'i;rIlC: 'i' I1 !LItir in a dloullce row Oil:\. ten cos~i w i 1iV, r.:.. On the steanl 1.oi'l t:ian. ,4 onl. Red tile cups nt?thch.el to ,t!be tIrat, of the Iiiws, tilt milk lcceld irc'ly i...

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Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

A nrst.E ,:atch ,between the B. and F. oemponi<s., u the Mounted Rifles, came off, :s arr:ingei, at the local rille botts, on Saturlav .' .ftert~oon. The represen tatives of the P. team arrived from Yea by; the mid i ay train, and were met by :,hijor Hd ad. who had plrevioutiy arriced from tinl, Lieut. Lloyd and Scrgt. d.ajor S;tehouse. Dinner was I pr~ided at the ilroadford Hotel, after which the men gathered on the range, where one of the most friendly matches ioe could wish to witness, was fired in the pres:nce of a f.dr number of specta tor . -To.ard the cl)se of the match, the ir.trest ci Ipec?t s became more and ,ijure intc;nse and it was not until the last ,,,Lt was tied that the actual result wasi known. \\'itlh liet one shot to fire, the local team were three points behind their opponents score, when J. Af. Neill from the sin-hundred yards range, credited his ;de with a bll's eye, which gave the Itrodford team a victory by two points. I::intý the afternon light l...

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ROAD AND RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

1ROAD AND) RIVER. Titn bnrae Pierre Stuppa, the Swiss geendal, having been deputed by the Thir teen Cantons to solicit the arrears of pay Shich had tLen owing for a lona time to the Swi.s oftices in the French service, M. de l eouvome , the\t'tar Minister, who was present, said to the ling (Louis XIV.) : "Sir, thbte Swi.-s are very importunate. If your majlity had all the money that your royal predewaoro have given to that Ieole, it would tolp a road from Paris to Basil." " That io be," observed Stulppa, with an air of firnut'ss ; " but, at the vsame time, if your majest4had all the blood that the Swiss have shed itthe service of France, it would torm a rivet ront Paris to Basil." The kinr war sto struck with the observe tion, that I4 ordered 31. do Louvois to pay the whole o t he money without delay. The Jewitre a very polite peolae, and their gocd titouse date back a great many years. It is tlu mnnu who has to live on corn bread at ho e-who linds the most fault with the pie whl Ie...

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FIE SUPERSTITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

L" SUPERSTITIONS. tit:nes hire bUrns on the heartlh(ler mians say Ahe ligihtning will never strike, san evil bhins will not. dlre t o rlter the hollrse. I tIhe North of E:tgl:iml we have a souelewihat iuil?r betief,white in t?sailbridge sthire it is .ii tt iilire kindled by it lasl of lighltniiig ;n oly lie plut outl by Iiilk. SInl evsluhire if the lire hurn dead they say lhere will he a death ii lthe fatiily; if on otl .id. iurrl is iintici ipl ed;il atrif a lire lt:liet in l.tl arly llornilng, when one nlishlt ri.ri:i louk for y l r deasd : sliae, it fIoeb li:d l the hest isou-ible luck. Whtea i ussieiu family t ouvs s s froei se hi-e tn I thei r the fire is raked outl of lhe o!d sloe iito a jar, aurl e.l?edily conveeyr l to the irie lioe?, islisre it. is urceiv?sl in state. Sisili;?a sau that. lire will not bun, unor s?laes stin c t aIII brn olll St. tail's IbIay, Ihilt thi veims sen of Gt, ecc refise toL gine asny eithei live ashesl o cuit, alle, ing Ics al sc-.on for their refi...

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"THE BEAR AT THE BRIDGE FOOT." [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

"TIIE BEAR AT TILE BRIDU E FOOT." TEr:e fortltily stood on the Southwark side of London Bridie a tavern known by the Labove tnle, which retained a celebrity for seote centurire. It wao the house to which traveller. te rorted who wi-hed to pace by water to IGraveenod, in the "tilt bet," whic, in ahunt two days, cotnveyed them to that then far-off locality. Of such crollnvr?iee was thl. house to voyager ilthat inll ;:::l, when others wcre closed, this was exemptled "for the convenience of Ipasen gets to Ireenwich." Pepys, in his Diary, molllte thall ollce menlltioll this tavernll, an among other things untes that " the )uke of lielhmond arranged that the king's coioum, thei fair Frances Stewart, shouhl leave the Court privily and join him at the Bear at the Bridge Foot, where a coach was ready and they are stole away into Kent without the king's lease." The antliquity of the ho.me is uoted in a poem of lll, entlilehd "The La.t Search after Claret ill Soutllhwark " aWe came to the Bear...

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THE BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

THE BUILDING. It was at first thought that the creamery might he utilised for the factory, bit eventually it was decided, and in our opinion wisely so, to shitt it to Murrinlindli. At the beginning of Aucust a contract was let fr building the factory to Messrs. I'. Mithelli and Son, builders, of Collingwond, for £222 14a. 101., Mr. J. Lewis being appoioted Clerk of Works. Tihe bilding, which is well finished, is 50ft by 3Oft, divided into four compartments. The codling ctisamber, in which the cream will be placed in the het westher sutd the butter stored prior to its being sent away, is 221 by 12ft, and the ice lhamber 12tt by filt. The wals, which are gin in thickness, are packel with charoatl, and the ?nciing, which is also packed with gin of charcoal, being only lift in the clear, the upper portion being utilised fir smorago ipurposes. The main portion of the buildine, where the separator ad churn are placed, is ;?ft by 30G t; while the eofgie-.ouse is litt by 12ft, a lean-to bei...

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The Rabbit Nuisance. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

IT is unlik?:!tlld t any amendmemnt of the Iahit'.c t will I, propseod by the Governmr Lis se tior. In this they are pprh;: vise from one point of view, .-'a here it s?:ch n wIl" divergence of )ii i(nli ,i aumiist ] ad owners in rai t infst ,i dis:ricts as to what form .ii Omellnd nts should tnt- ta:!t %I; -.ver w.as dconae in tilh way of alterin the present act wewilld be sure to cn; a considerable amount of friclion in a::o distriet. A con- I ference of anri, trrs of agricltural and -ither societic- nd represemntatives was recently held ie ti tiourne and amongat other tInit,-r.s I. at:ention was given to tlhe lii?.l,d Ae, with a vew of comsilder:in,. alii IuggsCti ng desirable amendumeltsi. ?fte.r several had been proposed and thiroauh:y discussed none were approved o. The or.ly resolution actually arrivId at being that "the present n is i;Srisfactory." As a neans of reiei.:, ti:eir 1-,:it up feel. inlls t!us reso:ioein no:. have been satisfactory id the mliemib,.rs present, but s...

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Kilmore News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

Kilmore N'eWS -:0: THE Kilmore Ouartz and Alluvial Gold Mining Company, situated at the old Kilmore diggings, washed-up last week, da,: rous ..t il u OZs. , o .is. of gold 5o 3S ioads, 12 loads of whirl were sup. posed to contain very little of it eprecious metal. \With 21 feet of wasf: this yield should prove a payable one, more espe cially if appliancesgntlicent to treat large quantics are provided. We wish the ccrpany every success. \\'e ulderstanJ Dr. P. J. Godfrey has taken up his residence at Ki'more, and can be consulted daily at "The Towers," \;ctoria Parade. I)r. Godfrey comes acorngst us with the highest c edentials, ar:d, although a young man, Ie has had considerable experience, having a couple of years active practice in lichmond. For the information of our readers it may be mentioned that Dr. Godfrey holds the diploma of the Royal College of Physi. i rns and Surgeons, Edinburgh, and the College of Surgeons and Physicians, Glasgow. The Railways Commisoners (acting) passe...

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Wheat Growing in England. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

'Tfe Times has opened its columns to a discussion of the question of Wheat growing in England, and amongst the communications which it has received in an interesting letter fromn Mr. MI. J. Sutton, the head of the widely known finl of seed merchants trading under the name of Messrs. Sutton and Soss, Reading. Any communication from this source is bound to have wei4lht, anI. therefore, it is needless to say Mr. Sutton's letter has attracted a good deal cf attention. e commnences by referring to the great diminution of the wheat area in Great Britain, and argues that wheat growing. as the centre around which farmning operations resolve in any system of farming, has become so unprofitable that there are not half a miliuon acres of wheat crop this year in the whole of the country, which can pay at present prices. Frome this hle concluded that the land is going out ot cultivation and the great national industry will ble ruined unless prompt steps be taken to avert such a catastrophe. Tena...

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A Lesson on E[?]lage. THE GOVERNOR'S SILO. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

A L?esst; on E :l-!:t';e. THE GO'.'ERN 'S'I SILO. AsoUT ono visitors assembled vesterd.y morning on the hill of the Governmentr? hlouse domain, which over!ohs the city, to witness the cutting of the crop grovwing on that eleitation, and the process of transfer. ring it into the silo, which is the technical name given to a cemented pit of Solne to0 feet x 1 and anbout to feet deer. The erop twas grown by his Eixcellency the Goversnoer who takes a thorough interest in ngricul' ture in all its branches, and who ki;nly in vited all who chose to be prsesr t witsne: all who chose to be are.ent to wv:trnss :1;' [ work. Lord IIcpebtun himtsrlf was t!.~e in work-a.day attire, and carrying a hov I fork over his shoulder daring; he intervaos when he was n':t putting it tuo msre pr.ac tical use. His Excellenry seemed always to be at the place, where ant thing was to be done, and actively s'pr'inoed the opera tions of the day, which were under the im. mediate charge of Mlr. D. Wilson, the dairy ...

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Original Poetry. THE MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

Origiatl Poe ry. ---:o:-- TIlE MELtOUR-NE CUP. I had fiu;bhed reading " The Sportsman," Ar:d had f'!ded the paper up; And was trvingi to pick out the winner Of the annual Melbourne Cup. And .: I i:.v, deeply thinking, Upon the velvety sward, I hI, rd a v.ice whisper ner nr me : " Rere.:mber and back Clonard." I look.ed eve.rywhcre about m, but .,, nile could be sc.n ; Till icet mnust he dreaming, (Or a fancy it might have boen. But eno! uiln nc,'re I heara ' i, A voice oan y nerves, that jarred. As it :aidl in dc?pand guttrd tt.ies: l" Iu.t:n:mber, and back (lont'.r.'" Th-r. I said, " l , spirit where are you, And cwy do yau hide frto m e, Ard tebl r like a cl:tirvoy;nt To things th t are yet to be. And you tip me to back a scrubber, With my caia thl.t I earned so eard." But thiat voice again repuaterd : " Remember.. and back Cianard." Tnen I said, " i will rcertaily LEck him, Itut give inc an answer, pry : Will ltlox?hati win, or Jit? ,Canu, The match upon Sactrda. I I bowed my ha....

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WHICH TOOK HIM? [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

WIHIGH TOOK HIMI! alas. Vincent, widowed and wealthy, ooked haughty and fierce. i It was threco'clock in the afternoon, and :he sun took the liberty to intrude through y le window into the library, fulnishcd in In iurple leather and walled with books, o' rlich hall had a pretty complete rest. for I lhe tea years that the late Vincenthad been n Ilis g?ave. Mirs. Vincent sat and glared. ler dark, rominient, and wrathfully .stonished eyes liid for their target a youig nan, in whose hearing apipeared a esingular f ,ixtlire of ilelferen anil deliiance. Ile, o nhis lrlt. saw before him a laIdy ilnder .l, but not f.r. The lips were yet I u lllaud red, and lier Iigiure, though nmpile, :till retained iiagreeable lines. If iher lhair walls white, It:e black eyebrows hell their colour, 1 andel llhasisied lie airolcotlmand to which the oliman contoulr of the nose most coln trimuted. " Well, I never!" she cried, slapping a down a paek itof ardi oil the table. Ile stood unifrightened, just the so...

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