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The Benefit of Sowing Wheat Early. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 22 March 1894

The Benefit of Sowing Wheat Early. We have received a bulletiu rom the Ontario Agricultural College Experimentation in which the following summary of experiments in winter wheat is taken: I. That the average yields per acre of the 52 grown in 1893 w,.re--traw, t"1 tous; grain, 30 bushels; and weilght per meaosured bushel, 58i'b. 2. The five best yields for 18)3 ware the tol lowing:-Golden Drop, 42*7 htelbels per acre; Surprire, 42.( bushels; Golden Cross, 415 bushels; Hybrid dMediterraneen, 40.6 bushels; nod Early Red Clawson, 4023 bushels. 3. The five heaviest wcights per measured bushel in 1803 were the Corryell, 62*'11. Deitz Longberry, 615GIb.; Fulcester, 60121b lied Wonder, 64'b.; and Dulga,ian, O6l'lb. 4. That in our exzrienoe of the paot tour years, the average yield per acre of the white and red wheats has been almost exactly the same. 6. That in our experience of the pest three years we have found that the red wheats averag from llb. to 21b. more per measured bushel than th...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 22 March 1894

HEREE liD THiRE, -4--t Br JOHN rpeaRTsoLv. •My worthy acqnnintance and some "times customer, Mr Bnckhurst, has sug gested the employrient of some of the now unemployed as "professional jurt men." y all means. But why only the munemployed I can find one or two good fellows only partially employed who would be quite willing to earn a few shillings now and then as jurymen. I wouldn't be too proud to do so myself. The carrying business is a tritle dull just n-tow, and I have more days to spare that I could very well put in as a juror. Neither would I grab at all the big cases, in which men get L2 a day for deciding questions about which they know little or nothing. I would strike an average and throw myself patri otically into the breach for, say, fifteen bob a day all round, lunch and beer foutid. 1 shouldn't make a bad fist at it. I'n not likely to be too nmuch bam boozled, ort.oo much t'other way by any barrister, dr even an amnsl.uns, us they call then nowadays. I knIow them all, bl...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 22 March 1894

lAY BY DAY. :;J!1n0g IN AUSTRALIA AND THEREABOUT. ".O0NICLED DY RANDOLe'B BEDFORD, WEEKLY RESUME OF HAPPEN :33 WITHIN THE FEDERATION "rrph 1393.. h rodrFmt AIioatlon efJouraltsltri :;,w South Wale' iha been having a good Sit it to the way of Parlianlentary acao ;cO, ne, Hlnllt, I.L.A., having beci :d toi account titr lnviing lealhed a er :. on thel cwil drnkenuuics and tal loosenes' of the hlia legislature. lie i tile Iltembel hl ,nie iof the teetotal N and onutfle electoinlti ao celommon cl Nno S 'h.VWale, and. n ied. ed, ill the pouvncrre Sonly proves the stle' ntlerrance at his tee i:snl by Ila PIh:ascIial Inmdctment of thile :' ol: e;er of thlecien,: illgutry is ~ drunk LaL "- I plu, l, ilaInd Ilc tle It a bigout u thl :t klld ultllelllta there are tiltllee *'9-, acetat ge dikelt whlcicl MLr. Hindile. do wel to-tudy I t seartly alway the S.tiler whoe elbeizlr.o the funds of the .. and orphan, and it is alllb t always . Iar of the church whol riuns away with ,: ,erne.. Teetmnuril...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 22 March 1894

General News. :--- Typhoid fever still on the increase in the colony. Dispute in the milling trade. Freedom of contract involved. Ernest Knox, who shot Mr. Crawcour, of Williamstown, was executed on Mon day. The Newcastle City Council has sent a letter of congratulation to Mr. Gladstone, and requests other municipal councils in New South Wales to co-operate with them in inviting the G.O.M. to that colony. Mr. K. L. Murray, Railway Com missioner, leaves office with wounded feelings. Suggestions without number have been made by correspondents in various parts of the globe as to the best means of ex terminating the prolific rabbit. The latest is from Mr. C. II. Nicholls, who writes to the Premier from 66 Wood stock-road, Oxford, England. He states that in Jamacia the mongoose has proved entirely efficacious in the extirpation of vermin, though now, unfortunately, ow ing to its prolific fecundity, the mongoose has in turn become a pest. Mr. Nicholls points out, however, that this danger...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The United States and Haw[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 22 March 1894

The United States and Hawaii, The column and a half of d?spatches in the "Times" from the Americm Legation at Honolulu to Washington contain little but ancient history (comments the "West. minster"). The position of affairs is simply that President Cleveland, believing the sub. version of the hawaiian Government to have been an abuse of the authority of the United tates, has asked the Provisional Government to resign. This the Dole Government has refused to do. It says it will await the decision of the Washington Con. gress, to which the President has now referred the whole matter. At first, of course, Queen Liliuokolan would not accede to President Cleveland's proposals as to an amnesty and so on, although she gave them later. The dialogue between the American Mini.ter and the Queen in a private interview at the Lega tion throws some light on the dogged cha. raeter of King alahaaua's spouse. " Would you grant a full amnesty to the life and property of all those persons who have bee...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 22 March 1894

FLETCHER'S PILLS never fall to cure INDIGESTION, COSTIVENESS, SOUR BREATH, HEARTBURN. LIVER DISEASE, and KIDNEY COMPLAINTS. FLETCHER'S PILLS and CLEMENTS TONIC are therecognised household remedies of the Australian colonies, and every designing quack tries to trade on their reputation and renown. This is the greatest proof of their merit, and sufferers want to be particular to get the genuine articles as regret and disap. pointment are sure to follow the use of the thousands of " All-failing "remedies so freely advertised. The reputation and wide-spread use of Clements Tonic and Fletcher's Pills are the greatest proofs of their appreciation by the publie. If they were not as represented they would have passed out of memory long ere this; but instead their sale is greater and they are more esteemed day by day and week by week, and this emphatically proves their undisputed supremacy. Listen to no argu ment from interested parties; demand the genuine articles and TAKE NO SUBSTI TUTE. A...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Cholera Bacillus. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

" The Cholera Bacillus. Although the scre of cholera is over for the resent, numerous investigations on raions ulestions connected with its origin and distri ation continue to appearin various scientif?e ournale. One of the most important and in neesting of these is that contributed recently y Dr. Sanarellito the" Annales de l'Institut astour." As is well known theidentifiration the socalled cholera bacillus has been re gred as of primary imoortance in the dgnosis of suspicious cases, and the discovery Schit same microbe in water as a conclusive tt of its unfitness for use. Dr. Sanarelli tints out that he found no less than thirty difierent microbes, all having a more or close resemblance to Koch's cholera 'rm. These organisations were found in water en fromtherivers Seiue and Marne, near pins, as well usin drain water. But what is particularly intelesting is that four of them yoduced exactly the same symptomoin animals Koch's cholera microbe, although they old be distinguished from...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POPULAR SCIENCE. Prevention of Blindness. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

.OPULR SCIENCE. Pretuntino of Blindness. The follovig c!" has been issued by the board of ?agen+at of ltenhaw'e Blind Asylum, Machwisri- The bear, leoing nfollv impressed with the fct that Ir ofsig!tasighthovebeenprevented t in the caet ii ay of the persons who come before the for in, are anxious to make the fact kwn; -idey as possible, that one of the coaon c S of blindness is infantile inflammabn of ? eye; and the majority of the cases are de to contagions discharges 1 ettingiothe esduring,orsoonafter,birth, elt if dalt wi at one the sad results of blndnees may prevented. In a recent re port to te board of management, on the cause of blindsa of i tesinthe llind Asylum, it was sbted t -, .ty-eight cases of total blind. nen wee auer the above causes, anud nine tenths d these, mighthave been prevented by theommo et e lea-diness at the outset of the deseae, The aieJa precautions are :--. Imedi" atelyater tbirthofthebaby andbefore any thing se is ?e, wipe the eyelds and all parts arron...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Strange Case of Trance. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

Strange Case of Trance. ----~- A strange story is reported from Galicia. A Vienna correspondent writes: In the spring of 1893 a Galician peasant of the village of Malaha near Czernowitz, fell into a cataleptic trance. Just as he was being borne to his grave, he awoke, and with all the village people present, told a tale which ia. pressed his hearers in an extraordinary man. ner. He said he had beento heaven, and that Uod had given him permission to returnto earth again if he would strive to convince the peasants how bad the drinking of spirits was for their souls and bodies. When he had done speaking the villagers swore an oath that they would not drink spirits agai while they lived. Tlhe man next went to see the Arehiman. drite of Czernowitz, and told him that God had threatened him with ever. lasting punishment if he did not under. take a crusade against spirits and drinking. The Arehmandrite had him taken to the madhouse, where he wes observed during six months, and then released...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Masculine or Feminine. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

Masculine or Feminine. "Yonder she comes!" said a tall, lank man who was sitting on a trunk in the shade of the station building. "Yonder comes who ?" asked a fat, good. natured appearing man who sat near him. " The train we've been waiting for nearly half.an.hour," said the first speaker. "Why do you say 'yonder she comes'?" asked the other. "Well, that's the customary way of speaking of a train, isn't it? And customis what fixes things. Everybodysays 'yonder she comes' in speaking of a train's approach." "Well, I insist you should have said ' yonder hie comes,' " said the fat man. "Oh, pshaw! nobody ever says 'he' in speakingof a train." returned the lean man. "Well I'll agree to leave it to the station agent and see if it wouldn't have been better for you to have said 'yonder he comes,' added the fat man. Both agreed to it, and when they had found the station agent the fat man askedi " What is the sex of the train just drawing near to the station I" "It'sa mail train," answered h...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Behind the Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

Behind the Bill. My boy was young; he could not know, The way earth's wayward currents flow, And so, in early shallows bound, His mins.manned shallop ran aground. He grew ashamed of his disgrace, lie could not look me in the face, "For mother, every man," said he, "Has scorn, and only scorn, for me; I must go forth with alien men And grapple with the word again, I cannot stay and face the truth Among the people of my youth. Where men are strange and scenes are new There may be work for me to do. And, when I have redeemed the past, I will come back to you at last," And so I watched while my boy, Will, Went down behind the bill. lie climbed the hill at early morn Beneath whose shadow he was born, He stood upon its highest place The sunrise shining on his face, He stood therebut too far away, For me to see his tears that day; My thoughts,my fears, I cannot tell When he waved back his sad farewell, And then passed on, and my boy, Will, Went down behind the hill. WVent down the hill ; he...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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Broadford District Gospel Temperance Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

Broadford District Gospel i Temperance Society. TpE inaugural meeting of this Society was held on Tuesday evening in the z Mechanics' Hall, when, no doubt s owing to the unsuitable night, there t was only a limited attendance, Mr, J. C. Davis, President, occupied the phair, t After the opening hymn, the Rev, W. Harris offered prayer. The chair man then called on the Heon R. Baker, I Minister of Education and Customs to I give an address. The hen. gentleman upon rising was met with very encouraging applause, and commenced by stating that he had not marked out any particular line of thought, in fact had not prepared any set speech. He thought a set lecture would he far t more tiresome and tedious than what he intended to give them. He would tell them at the beginning that he intended to make a few general remarks, not confining himself to temperance. The speaker said that he had been a teetotaller for nearly 50 yearn; they may not think so, but when he told them that he had been a Rec...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Art of Leaving. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

The Art of Leaving, An English paper has the following sensible remarks: The art of leaving is less understood by women than by men. The habits of business, the recognised fact .that to a business man time is money, the throng and press and exactness of business life, all tend to make men who live in cities the beast possible exemplars of the fine art of leavina quickly and neatly. A business man's ociae' call is usually a model of good manners in this respect. When he has said what he has to say and listened to what there is to hear, he takes his hat, says "good evening," and is out .of your presence without giving any time or chance for the too often tedious and embarrassing commonplaces of mutualinvitations and mutual promises to call again, whichzeem to be akind of socialformula with women. In striking contrast with this neat and skilful method of cutting short the parting word of an interview or call, is the too common practice of visitors, who, commencing to leave, seem tempor...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Methodist Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

The Methodist Picnic. On Monday last, (Easter Monday), the picnic in connection with the Methodist Sunday School took place on the flat, opposite the rifle butts, and was very largely attended both by adults and young people. In the tporning the weather was threatening, and, about one o'clock, two sharp showers fell, making those who in tended going to the picnic, like the weather, rather gloomy; but with this exception the day turned out to be a very favorable one for picnics, the weather just being of the nice medium kind, not too hot or too cold. A short while before two o'clcck, the time appointed for the starting of the picnic, the beat of the drum, and the melodious strains of the Salvation Army Band were to be heard, this no doubt acting as a sort of marching order for the picnic ground. The band throughout the day enlivened the proceedings by giving several selec tions, and there was also a camp meetin~ held, The ground was in splendid order, being nicely carpeted with green...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ladies' Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

Ladies' Gossip. In the latest millinery from Paris, there is a revolution as far as the size of bonnets is con. cerned. In the hand theylook extremely large, but dimiuish in their apparent size when on. There is anso indication that we are returning to the early Victorian form, when they were carried down in a point behind the ear, almost meeting under the chin. We have not quite arrived at that yet, but tie shapes are made to droop at the sido in a curious and uncommon fashion. Strogecontrasts in color are intro duced in the new millinery, such as green of the bright grasns shade with tawny yellow. The shanoes are close-fitting to the head and come wae down-at the back, allowing space and foundation for the now style of trimming the backs, almost as elaborately as the fronts. Some of the new ribbons have moire on one side and satin on the reverse; colored straws are to be much worn, and mignonette is one of the favorite flowers, or pansies on the black toques now fashionab'e. Princ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Goods and Parcels. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

Goods aau Parcels. Goops and Parcels are lying at the Rail way Station for the following : Goods.-Petch, Carver, Parker, Jeffary, Millard, Richards, Caulay, Jones. ?arcels.-Ryan, McLiesh, Salvation Army, Mechanics. Baker, McIntosh, Masters, Figgins, Petch, Pearson, Braddock, Craig, Whitehead, Bruce, Pemberton, Stenhouse, Marchbank.

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. If You But Knew. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

THE LADIES' COLUMlN. If You But Knew. Ily CorL Veo Gaya. If you but knew the love I bear thee, The pain without, the pleasure near thee If you but felt the tender yearning Which in my heart is ever burning, You would not slight me as you do If you but knew! 'Tis true, we two have never spoken. No friendly greeting, sigu or token IIes pacod thy li's when thou welFt near me, liHas mde me feel the love I bear thee, So strong and tender, kind and 'r?e If you but knew ! fBut canst thou not divine the feeling 1 Dost hear not love'ssweet music pealing, Or see within mine ymes the glory Of that old, yet fae'er ne story, cThe sweetest joy, the wildest woer" if you but knew! c

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. LIVE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

Commercial. o: LIVE STOCK REPORT. Fat Sheep.-10,000 yarded. There was a larger proportion of good and prime cross breds than usual, and for such prices in most instances ruled fully ld per hend under last week's rates, the general tone of the market being much weaker and prices easier. Prime crossbred wethers, frnm 10s to Hls Od; extra prime and heavy do, do, from 1ls to 13s, a few at 14s; prime crossbred ewes, from 8s to 9s d ; extra prime and heavy do,do, from 10s 9d to lie; prime merino wethers (early shorn), from 9s 6a to Its; prime merina wethers (late shorn;, from 8s to Os; good merino wethere, from 7s to 8s ad; middling and inferior, fromnt is d to Os ad; best merino ewes, from 5s 0d to is ad; others from 4s. Fat Lambs.--All 5,000 were penned. All qualities were represeoted. Prime sold at 7s (d to Hs 0d; extra 9s to os 9d; good, 0:1 to To i middling aqd inferiqfg Co g(5

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An Extraordinary Trance. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

An Extraordinary Trance. The "Irias Times" publishes the par ticulara of an extraordinary case of trance, which was mistaken for death. Recently a young man, aged22, named Garrigan, living at .allinaoree, near Oldoastle, was believed to have died. He had been ailing for acme time, and all the apnearances of death were shown, so that no doubt of his decease was entertained. The ~unal wake preparatory to brial was begun, and a number of neighbors had arrived at the house to share the night watches. Suddenly signs of anlmation were observed in the apps ?ently lifeless body. Five minutes later it waselear that the young manhad been in a trance, and was on the way to recovering his ,enses. The occurrence created a great sensation. Many of those present fled from the honue and would not return. All were deeply moved, and the scene for some time Waeone of intense excitement. Five hundred scholare of the Charter a'ones school, Godalming, were being libotographed, when the platform on which ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

Hlotels. THE COMMUIRCIAL HOTEL, CLOSE RAILWAY STATION, ..IGH STREET, BROADFORD. 11H1E oudersigned begs to notify that he has leased the above Hotel and intendI to keep only the best brands of WINES, SPIRITS, &c. in stcck. LIBERAL TABLE. LIBERAL TABLEI Every attention paid to Commercial Travellers, holiday seekers, and the public pentFlly. Private apartments for families. The Billiard Room is. replete with one of Alcock s full-size Billiard Tables newly fenovated, and is under the charge of a professional marker. GOOD STABLING. GOOD STABLING.' BILLIARDS I BILLIARDS I P. SýEAZAN, Proprietop. THE B)OADFORD HOTEL, High treet Broadford, P EHE above old established and well-known house is replet, with every conveqience as a Commercial Hotel. L?IBERAL TABLE. LIBERAL TABLE.! : Only the beat brands of wines. spirits, &p. kept in gtoeel. Good Billiard Table. Horses and Buggies for Hire. Good Stabling. EYERY CONYENIEIhCE for ishlog anqd shooting parties. CAPS MEET ALt. PASSENGE...

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