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THEY DID NOT RUN AWAY [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
I'II1;Y Bil NOTl IHUN \VAWA 1MET a huagry, disconisolate, pte?mile'e, aind frecklec-facslecl by of 14 thnt iherx day who was Ia Ihuntltld iles frots hmle lu d afraid ol go back. EIvery tile a visionl of hotle rose up belore him I here woI ot oIL of " sectioo t wo'" cornected with it vi'., a stern-fiaedl ftlother, a wolodshed, a rawhide, and ia boy hopping airountd lludl tpromisintg never to do it again. I filled hint til at ot liunch counter,,it i I've hin it dIllr ill canli, awl tadvised hint to keepl gtoing. It wts no l e u t atdvise him to to back to a flbther who ktnows otllhii?g of boy nature. Ile woultln't have gtO;e anyhow wi ith a lick ing in pro.e-l, tIwl had lie beeno taketn back by force' hlt wouttin't htave rtsintcl longer th!n the lirst darlt tight. It was a boy who tc ole of a boy : "A buy is it .ig?ilar f llcr. Hle thait'l ieitler it monkey ior It uitlle. Il lie't bo'na, up all right he I1 conie out bully; if be: hail' lie's ca nad hlislles. It' helcter to s.tudy Iris...
Original Poetry. THE VOICE OF THE STORMWIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
Original Poetry. --:o:--- THE VOICE OF THE STORMWIND. Down where the storm-winds blow O'er the sullen, surging sea; Where the waves theytlow, and come and go Fast and furiously. And over the reefs they throw White foam and silver spray, And shout in their wild dismay, And moan in sullen glee. But over the monotone drear, Of the sullen, surging sea, A voice I hear. sweet and clear : " Come back my love to me, To thy home and friends dear Return, oh love again, And cheer those hearts in pain Who watch and wait for thee." O voice of the stormwind, O song of the sullen sea; Sweet peace I find for a weary mind, When I listen alone to thee To one whom I left behind 'Neath Devon's deep blue sky Where the ocean waes o roll by, Take a message back for me. O one, in years gone by, Whom I left o'er the sullen sea, 0 would that I to thy side could fly, Thine own sweet face to see. But since I broke the tie Of childhood's dearest home, No matter where'er I roam Still I am true to thee. CuLL.As A...
SOME MATRIMONAL MISHAPS FORCED CHANGE OF OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
FORCED CIIANI( E OF OPINION. " 0\\', Atum, this is more like it. If,r, , we aoire inl the country, by ourelheo.-. iood libhiig, beautiful Sculery, ltI yot e aunt actually seelllmd pleased to see Is. 1 will give you credit for u-ing g.,El sense once in your life, when you propoeoe Icomling here. I would nol exlehalge one dy Ihre for a week on the beach," said livnry \Wil soni, as his wife camne tripping to wrei-e he was statndliing in the garden. "It is julot granld. Where shall we got " she chirped. "Let us go to the brook yonder," lihe replied. " We iomt not go i ner t?lhoS lhrep ot(:it there. An llll, says there is o1. tlhat. wou clisc ns if we go too near,'" che pri'tnitly reiiarlkedl. L We may be greeni, u,11, I dIto?t thitl Sheep itill etL 11u. I was raised il i the ?country, and I never heard elof a tper.oL bei bitteni by a sheep iu allt iy lile," he loftily replied. "(tllH , ltlly, do yo0i ee Ithat lice nilli the low bisanelh right eI the I, ink ? in aiy viits tIo aunt I wisd...
Broken Hill Strike. STRIKE LEADERS SENTENCED TO TWO YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
BErokel Hi ll Strike. STRIKE LEADERS SENTENCED TO TWO YEARS. THe trail of the nelnmbert, of the Broken Iiill strike lenders. ehilr eil on three counts itll c~.nspir:ay.,,co.nunene'd it Deniliquin on M1 uI. day week, waos oenlndledl nI Sturday. I hel jnury wore lo:ked utip all Friday ni:ht, and at t.15 nn Saturday tnorning returned into court with t vcn rdict of guilty on the third rount--i at of onlspiring to prevent, deter, molest aind intimnidate by unlawful Ilnetus divers mten iromto fillwing their laofal ontculptions--against Slelth, L'ergssmoll, I,:l nett, Ileberle, liewitt and Polklinghorne; and on the second, etount that of e,,npiin; to intitc to roit-against C rllres Butcller, a nlan who wais nott clneu?d wlt tile denece llllllttee, but who had written ?l?e loolish intlamnratory letters to a lriken Ilill news paper. Thie eighth man ehI.u"Arged, (GeorTe IIurn, was '.llittel. .\s 1:utcher Clariv could not hve contpirdrl with Iimself, andi as no lle wtas f tuitil tl.tv 1y of co...
Glenaroua. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
[:Rout oU? W0I5N CORRESPOXDENT.] THI late rains have greatly improved things here. The crops and crass are looking splendid. In fact, some of the crops area bit too rich. I am pleased to hear that a number of farmers are going to try ensilage this season. 'imhe hints given by your paper, have, I think, induced them to prepare summer feed for their cattle, and any in formation from your currepondents as to the simple-t way to make it would be very valuable. Our folks were very successful at the Seymour Show, Ir. I). Ryan and Mr. \I. Seymour taking the principal prizes in blood and draught stock respectively. This was the first time I saw the single judge system carried out and I think it worked satisfactosily. It would be well if other societies introduced this system, for it must be better for one competent man to judge by himself than to be ham pered by ianferior ones, and I am sure would give more satilaction and would be less cost to the societies.
THE POSTMAN'S BELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
TIHE 1'OSTMAN'S BELL. Esvetso?e knows the postman's knock, but there was a time-not so long ago when the postman'sa bell was olhost as familiara sound in big towns. The letter box at the head ollce was closed two hours befolo the dcIatch of the night mail. Shortly atflerwards anumber of Lpostmen set out to collect .late letters and newsltpers. Each oman bore a locked leather satchel or bha, into which, through a slit, letters and other packets were dropped on payment of a fee of oneo penny for each letter and one half. peony for each ntewspalper in addition to the usual stomp. Tie men carried a large bell, which was constantly rutng to warn folk of their approach. These collectors also called at the local olfices for all letters on which the extra fees Ihad been lpaid, and they had to be back at tlhe head otlice by a given time before tlp night mail left. Ir. Wilson lyde says tlhat the special fees were the perqutisites of the postmtcn, and when the custom was abolished, about 18i5,...
Seymour-Nagambie United Agricultural Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
Seyilour-Nagaillbic United Agricultural :lShow. Tus annual spring show of the above, says the "Express," was held at Seymour on Friday last, when, notwithstanding the dull times, there were excellent entries and a large attendance. The arrangements too, were good, and with one or two exceptions the judg. ing gave satisfaction both to exhibitors and the public, while the secretary's duties were admirably carried out. In draught and thoroughbred stallions the entries were miserably small, but the ex hibits brought forward were good. IMr. A. Callen's Iron Duke came Erst in the former, while lMr. D. Ryan's Quintin 31atsep and Vegetarian monopolised the prizes in the latter section. There was good competition in the section for hunters up to twelve stone. Mr. Footit, of Euroa, ever.tually coming out as winner, with Mr. ltrooks. of Northwood, a good second. ?Ir W. Miller, of. Nngam bie, took first and second prizes in weight carrying hackneys, while in hackneys to twelve stone Mr. J. D. M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
: I'IlIE ROADFOI:U COURIER CICULATES IN Sunday Creek Sugarloaf Creek Flowerdale Tallarook King Parrot Creek Spring Valley Wandong fNilmore East Wallan Wallan Pyalong Glenaroua Puckapunyal Seymour Kilmore Traawool Yea I lcathcote Lancefield And Other Districts. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF Plain & 01rnamlienti l Phrinting' EXECUTED on the SHORTEST NOTICE AT MODERATE PRICES, IN Tl?e nEATEST AND BEST STYLES. AND NEWEST DESIGNS. Circulars, in Plain or Script Type Prospectuses Balance-sheets Mining Scrip Call Notices Dividend Warrants, Receipt and Delivery Books Ladies and Gent.'s Visiting Cards Ball Programmes Concert Programmes and Tickets Business and Hotel Cards Billheads Memo. Forms Posters Handbills Account Books Ledgers Day Books &c., &c., &c., at The Courier Office, HAMILTON STREET, BROADFORD. AN INTERESTING LETTER r4oM A WarLL,-KNOWx SPECIALIST. tL LLEWELLTN, who Is duly Qoallied fnd JJ Registered, Is a lde that by depsarting from the seal routine practle...
WANTED TO BE CONTINUED IN. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
WANTED TO BEI COUNTED IN. "On !I thinkit must be so nice to h, counetcd witth t ne iwpapttur" raid Mia. MeF'lynn to young tuildrier, is they iat together one evening. " Yes, it is so," he replied; " but lwhjy do you think it is!" "\Why, it has soo liany advantages. rI ,hould think you would glory in the frecdotm, the power, tie liberty, nad ail tho privilegea of theu lres.'" Certainly I lo. It's a pity it ith il yolei e?itthliii m on the sulject thalt you are nota' oout i;dit,. " I think so, te ; hut you k;now it is hard' for a woini tonget ecognuiti i. I aiotul abe deltia hted to feei that the tI'ess etmbraced? nie." "'Oh! you woutld, routll ytl t? Great Scott i wait till I tuou down the a.'."
THE SWEET GIRL GRADUATE WHO KNEW TOO MUCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
TIHE SIiEET ;ll:L (:I1AI)UATE~ \WHO KNElW TOO 31UCII. Ifypathia Iliggins was wonlrous fair; WlitI her violet eyes and goldle hair, Anil her cheeks like a peach on a sully wall She was queen of thegitls at our county ball iefore her beauty I bowed my head ; "This meiaure with mot wilt pleaie to tread '" Softly her rosy lips rhe stirred: " UCi bone, sir," wero tle words I heard. I rallied imy wits to the charge again ; " A glass, fair maid, of the good champagne W\ill be bonum for both, "I smiling cried. "Arieton mein'nldor," the nymph replied. "The nighit breeze sleeps and the moon shilnes fair Wilt tempt with ime, maiden, tlholhaliiy air!" And oh, the light of her lustrous eye, As "Nux tlillistos ' I heard her sigh. " O, littl omy Latin, and less ?y Greek I prithee, sweet lady, wilt deign to speak In the vulgar tongue to a plaiun young mant?u " " Quoslue o tanleim -" tile Fair began. The Fair began, but I heeded not, As I turned and lied tlihat aecursedl -liot; Six tumblers I drank ...
Dairy Farming in Denmark. HINTS FOR VICTORIAN DAIRYMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
Dairy Farmning in Den HINTS FOR VICTOEIAN DAIRY M1EN. D.IRvYFAR?aItN being the principal industry in and arotnd this district, the following article from the L,udr, illustrative of the mredOr opraidhdi, in Denmark, which is noted tfr the excllence nf its butter, will be read with int.-rest :--Imish butter is selling at 140s. p":r 't, in England. This is good news lfr farmers, as it indicates that Vie. torian butter deaivered in good c,'Ondition in the Ltilon mtoarklet is well nigh certain to bring a satistaotory price. (OLe of two things, however, must he admitted : either Australia.n butter is inferior to D.mlish, or the British consumer has not yet hal it fairly brought i n ier his notice. Of anil the inlustries which have sprung into existence in Victoria none have male such sttisfietory progress in so short a time as co.l-operative dairying; but it is evident that a good. deal has yet to be learned, and as Denmark is now leading the van as the foremost butter pro during country ...
Victoria Racing Club. DEARY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
V iricu 'ic o.i ,.,a C hle.,. DElti,-t DA\'. Tuiir. nnud sprigr acting carnival was opened at Fiecwihilo ot, S:otuirdty. Very have rain fol ea, ly in the inoo ine, aid th weaithr w.t s- 1I rather 'I nlcCertain whe. :01..r1ro n .inne onu , and this had a Iproial cffect :n thie numbler of sii:os to th'+ courss, though th2t?c tl :i::ce wm very fair. lHappily th.t Iai hehl off, and the V afternoot's :p.t roved very enjoy- c able. I-osilt,.s Lnrd andi Liry lope- t toutn andt their suites, Lord Jersey (Nlew Souith Wnacl'), and Lord and Lad' Kintorc (iLuth Australia) wit. neised the racing, in whiich they evi- f dently took a kieen interest. Therea were, bestides, nctly ipromi?nt visi- I tors froimi the principal cities through out the colonies. The principal race of the day produced a keen struggle betweenl the favoritet and Mr. .I. lihersey's brown colt Meli. In thie end, Cianoola, hard pressed, won amidst trelmendous cheericr, from the public. s After the race the Countess of lope- I to...
Reedy Creek. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
Reedy Creek. [FROM OUR OWN CORREEIPNDENT.] MI Essas. Balmer and Farrell crushed two. tons stone from Shepherd's lion of reef, wshIch yielded IS dwts. per utn. Messrs. Liddell and Barcn, Tonstall Dyke, crushed two tons. Yicld, I oz. 5 dwts per ton. Messrs. Liddell and Mareini, Tonstall dyke, crushed 3i tons for the handsome result of 15 oz. The Leviathan Co. will commence crushing next week. Mr. II. Sims was the successful contractor for the carting of the quartz. The crown Co. suspended operations for a few days to clean boiler and ma chinery. Of course, like other places, we had a local sweep on the Cup. Mr. G. Daws. was fortunate enough to draw Glenloth.. thereby scooping the pool. Master H.. iBennett drew second money, and Mr. E.. Gladman third. Mrs. Johnson received a bit of a start on Sunday last, when a large snake paid her a visit, of coarse Mrs. J. wenet pretty quickly for assistance to help entertain, her visitor, but, sensible like, Mr. Snake, who must have guessed mischie...
A HAIRBREADTH ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
.i IF'IlV'HlII-E L onei of those Ii, i ý,II littlecost villages on Ihesouul h-eal .f EIalnnlud Lltht is not ytt very well Liaowl. ,o siiimller seasille.goero (if I iniglht bl llU ell to Iolnl ilhiluelllr a word). It is dllilhtfully situated, all IIere is litile doubLt that in ai et'l or so it will lbecomei a failnmous resoIrl for tIlhue hlio are ill tlhe hlbilt of" slhakin the oily duie&lt; frotm their shioes for a few rl'eeks, ind lll ljouninlnfg heside tlhe ideep anil dark blhe oceanr,." The peopile, for liie mst part, at) lIJbero and ?maull fLimers, and (lhispller it gletly) are. ilt above tloing Il little in hlle IImIgliilg line. In lpite of this, houweler (which thlite li eopleldo ino lul:uk ili s:, ll in anll way illful), thug are a hard-wuoking clna, onu do out shirk di geiilire wher ll ?sle sntout .hil it indisltes lnear their shore. ltFel Willardtl nd I hal oh oneoccaili pased hroughl tlhe villige, and, as its picturesqueitua ti n ani ie beauty had called forth our ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
)ickey Club,: ".)Iy college days were ripe with experience.' S is Chumo: " Ye, I know. That is why you were plucked." " Won't you emile, please," said the photo grapher to the sitter. "Cettainly," was the readly reply, "du you carry a tlilk, or nshll we have to go downl the sltreet!" IJoes : ")o throw that thling, away." Blrown : "Look here! I dlon't oftel, give Eixence for a Cigar, but when 1 do-" )Jonee: "You get fourpelce changoe, I shlould thillk." "lDon't you think Ithat NMr. Gilder s voice has a very metallic ring in it 1" "Very nutmally 50, my dºr i al) ji t?thJ r re covered with goklifl
Wandong. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
[FROM OUR OWN COUiESPON?DENT.] A NUMBER of gentlemen recently met at the Travellers' iest Hotel, for the pur pose of getting up a social evening. Everything has been arranged for the i th and bj, the efforts being made by the Committee, it should be a big success. Mr. Higginbotham, tho Presbyterian minister, sho has left here, has been succeeded by a Mr. 1iuntine, who com mences his duties about the middle of the month. More houses in course of erection, and one is being built for Mr. J. Laffan, who I suppose purposes running into double harness. The Australian Seasoned Timber Coy. have erected a temporary store and offices and are now. with of course. a little inconvenience, in working order again. The Cricket Match between Wandong and Wallan, which was to shave been played on Cup day had to be postponed .n account of the wet weather.
Yea Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
Yea Mcillas. Nearly 5,ooo lbs. of butter was made at the Yea FaLtol y during the first week's work, and it fetched top Fric s in Melbourne- toll and tII per lb. flow much would some milk suppliers be get. ting for their butter just now, if there were no factory ? Probably not more thad 6d or 7d. Let the grumblers make a note of this, and compare present prices for their milk with those obtained for butter in the month of October for two, three, or five years past. That is the only fair criterion. Some dairy farmers are getting as tmuch as LI per day from the milk sent to the creameries of the \'ea Dairy Com pang. That is very good, but with better herdlsof dairy cattle, and an cn silage pit for the summer and a few hay stacks for the winter, many of them ought to look forward to obtaining ([' :a day where they only get l now'. \Vceterun district dairymen are drawing (?t. s to L1.5oo per annum front their milk supplies to the dairys factories. Chron.icie.
Spring Valley. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
Spring Valley. :o: FROMI OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] DURING the past fortnight the weather has been all that could be desired. Nice light rains have fallen and the crops and gra-s are now in splendid condition. The season promises to tLc a good one. The s:uppy of milk to the local creamery is increasing daily and is now above 3,500 gallons per week. I think. the company should place another separa tor in the building as it is afternoon be. fore the last of the milk is put through. L'nless steps are taken to get it through e. rlier than this, in the hot weather a great deal of milk will be lost through g, ing sour. The wool clip this season is likely to be good. Several of the sheep-farmers were going to commence shearing this Meek, but the late rains will delay them. The cricket match that was to have been played between the Spring Valley and Flowerdale C. C's. on Saturday last,. on the ground of the latter, fell through as a number of the Valley team were un able to attend owing to pre...
Seymour News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
CylloOlur N?eIs. A PAINFtrL accident befel Mr. M. Buggy on Saturday last. Passing through a paddock in which was a favorionte horse, he paused to pet the animal. It turned away, apparently not in the best of humor, and Mr. Buggy reached forth his hand in playfulness to catch it by the tail. The horse immediately lashed out. and kicked Mr. Buggy on the leg, fortunately inflicting no more serious in iury than a painful bruise. The date of holding the Seymour Druids' Pic:nic to I'rawool has been d?linitely settled for the 9th inst. The lion. sec has received intimation from tl:e Railway Department to the elect that arrangements will be made for the conveyance of the picknickers on the absve date. Tickets at excursion fares c;n be obtained from members of comrn mittee or at the local station on and alter Friday next. With fine weather tl:e trip to the picturesquelocality should lovre an enjoyable outing. Mr. Herbert lienshall has taken over the chemistry business in Emily-street, c;.rri...
TRAVELLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892
An flgyfrian 'rti:.cl.--A fi eeral in Eg5p1 is i? tued etl.. .: ne tar the firse, one tio visitor s-sast :Ji.c asnyhiurnu1 cl,. At the head of the prn:ese ion m.rclh.; a cer porate bcdy of the b'in. and a certa: - number of men who fric-d at a q C'C r ter, sirging a mo-t jtbiJioLt iair, rhil; sivr;;:g themselves frrom ri'-:t to I.-r. B t ial ttlar comes tI: funeral c r, or rather i o; t of h;er, bearing a bc te rci ela:.1, in whi' tlhe b:dy is depoeiltc. At the cr:i:n:i: ct the bier. onn per'h, is p!iced ti.e i:ucl?t or the tarboueae on th. dafu-ct. r n carry this ber. TiheyhflEw writ -r h Ligb siirit: the movemePt of Ith??e h:l f the erte:- that the corpse, roct:: in corly direr:ion, P.:em to jump under ti.e shl.-i that shrouils it. The women brin;; up the icar, some on nsees and some on foot. - The first raw is formed of weepers or rather acreamerO, who Fen i forth towarde heaven at crch sctp the chril'cst notes. The weepers hold in their hinds l-ead;kcrhiefc with which they are n...