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Implements and Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

Implements and Machinery. Itdres not pay to leave any taol, implement vehicle, or machine dirty after use. Belts should be looked to, nuts oiled, the wearing parts should be cleaned and oiled, and all wood and iron (except bright iron), should be eleaned and painted. "A pennorth of paint may save a pound in repairs." The bright parts of iron work ehould be ceoerea with clean tallow. Nothing should be left out in the open air, because wood will crack, split, warp, and decay there, and iron will get rusty. In the sheds it is not only dirty, but it is dangerous, to allow the fowls to roost upon the farm implements. Keep the fowls in their proper place, uand keep their places properly clean, but do not let them befoul the buggy, the cart, the waggon, and the rest of thefarm appliances. A fai posts and polee, with a lot of straw will make comfortable ahedding for everything at no cost to speak of ; b i the sheds will save a great lot of money.

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

Down to -the Norman conquest the Britons had "living money and " dead money," the former being slaves and and cattle, thelatter metal. Out of a total of 999 steamships which visited the poit of Odessa. last year d39 of the vessels, were English.

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cow Diphtheris and Milk. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

Cow Diphtheria and Milk. -0 Dr A. C. Abbot, working in the Laboratory of Hygiene atthe University of Philadelphia, Carried out some peculiarly interesting and ir. portant experiments on milk cows, with the view of dtstrmining, among other things, whether or not the bacillus diphther?a? was actually present in the milk of cows suffering from diphtheria. Certain cows were iocculated with cultures of the baccillus diphtherine, and indue course took diphtheria; or, at any rate, an acute febrile diseace resembling it, and either died or werokilled. What was the condi:ion of the milk of these animals when actually suffer ing from diphtheria? By way of ascertaining how far the milk varied from the normal, Dr Abbot took the precaution of examining each cow's milk for nine days before the date of in oculation. After the inoculations in each case the milk was examined every day, alsofor nine days. The result, so far as the presence of bacillus diphtherime in the milk was concerned, was practc...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Proverb Stories. "EVERY CLOUD HAS A SILVER LINING." [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

Proverb Stories. " EV TY CLOUD HAS A UILEr. WINGc." Elsie Duncan and her friend Mable iolmes were walking along the river bank one summner afternoon. ' Oh,'tnblo," said Elsie, "I am so miserable ; papa and mamma are going to India next month." "Why are you not going f" asked Mabel. "Papa says I must stay in England until my education finis nshed," was the mournful reply. "But why are your father and mother going;" pursued the questioner. "Because," replierd Elsie, "papa has offended grandpa, and he has dismised papa from the office, and a friend of his effaced hm a post out in India, which he has accepted, and he and mamma set sail for India next month." "Cheer up, Elsie," said her friend, "and remember every cloud has a silver lining, and perhaps you will find yours very soon. A year later Elsie accepted her friend's invitation to spend her holidays at her country home. One day, during her visit, when she was taking a short walk by herself, Elsie saw an old gentleman drop is walkti...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A S[?]rious Prcposal. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

a .Lv s u Purcpolsal. In theso days of ? trtfdnpry ee m matters mechanical and scientific, unusual en gineering exploits have lost much of their tendency to create surprise. Still that sensation may be produced in a mild degree by the latest scheme of ocean transportation which has reached us from France, and which has h1. Bazin, not unknown in engineering circles, for its author. M. Bazin proposes to build an Atlantic liner on eight rollers, with the view of seuring speed much higher than any thus far attained arguing that the wheels or rollers on which the vessel is to rest will so greatly diminish the resistance offered by the waves that thirty knots an hour will be easily within the bounds of poesibility, and will enable the pas. sage from Southampton or Liverpool to New York to be made in four days. The rollers ara to enter the water to a depth of about 26ft., and revolve within a platform placed about 21ft. above the water? so that there will be a rolling instead of a gliding ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cows Holding Back Their Milk. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

Cows Holding Back Their M\ilk. To be relieved of the milk pressure is a pleasure to the genuine milk giving cow. The Jerseys and Ayrhira breeds are so notable in this respect that, when handled and cared for as a milker must be if she is to be the full success she is capable of, that they come up willingly at the milkinug time. But even a Jersey or Ayrshire can be spoiled enough to develop the habit of holding back the milk. Cows that have had the suckling of their calves, if only for a day or two, are likely to acquirethe habit. If they have had oppor tunity to plant their calves, then they are very likely to hold back their milk. Careless and creel milkers also bring on the habit. Excessive stripping, in order to get more after a willing cow has let down the last drop, also induces holding back, for it mest be a cruel trial to a cow to be jerked and depressed after she has given all she has to give. Once acquired. the habit of holding back the milk is difficult to overcome. To avo...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The British Market for Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

The British Market for Pigs. Of all the different sorts of live tock in the United Kingdom none have left so good a rot, the "Farmer and Stockholder" in orm us dorng the past yr as pigs. There has been nothing to camplain of mn the prices current for all kinds of pigs. In fact, the profit 'made from them has been like an oasis in the desert of bad returns got for grain, beef and mutton. This profitable experience has been entirely due to the Ecarcity of the article both at hobme and abroad. In Great Britaiu in ISS3 there were within a small fraction of four mil. lion pigs, whereas in June lslt-that is, ten years later-there were only a small fraction over three and a quarter million head, showing a falling off of about 18 per cent. Simul. taneously with this shriskge in home pro.uc. tion, there is also a decided decrease in the neumber of hogs kept in North America, and especially in the United States-the great bacon-producing country of the world-and consequently a corresponding fa...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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AGRICULTURAL. Using Liquid Manure. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

AGRICULTURAL. Using Liquid Manure, It has been fouid by experimental chemists that the dilation of cattle urine, which is chiefly used fior liquid manures with an equal quantity of water before exposing it to putrefactrion, is attended with much advantage, as it helps to retain theammoniacalconstituents, whichother wise would be likely to evaporate in the pro cess, and urine is perhaps too strongly concen trated to be used on land in a pure state. Fresh urine contains so much caushc ammonia that if employed on grass land in a fresh state it is likely to destroy the vegetation. Spreugel, a high authority on mauauc, ssys it should be allowed to putrefy in summer for five oreix, and in inter for eight or tine weeks. Early in the spring is considered the best timeto apply it to the land; if put on late and the land grazed with cattle, they are not likely to relish the greas so well at the time. But liquid manure acts quickly, and it has been used to advantage for .crops at nearly all se...

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

Home an4 Fireside, Beas (a tried remedy).-1 can safely predict a cure for the pest. Make a bucket of paste, and mix in it a large spoonful of ground alum, and after boiling put half tin of KIruse'a insecticide; then with a brush rub in all the crevices and Paper the walls; also damp round the edges of mattresses, and sorinkle a little from the tin about the bedsteads and boxes; they Eeem to eat it, and if carefully done will be all dead in a few days. I was much troubled with them, but one applica. tion of the miuture was a perfect cure; my house was lined with wood and papered. How To P?Eus CHES?E.-A pole 14ft. long morticed in a stump or log makes an excellenr theese-press. The cheese should be in the press an hour, after which it can be takenout and covered. Then put it back again in the press, and let it remain for a day without any weight nit. The second day put a 501b. block on thu pole at half way, gradually bhnging it to the end. wheroe it should remain for twelve hours. Tak...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

Business Notices. WANTED TO BUY. I*ABBIT and Opossum Skins, Hides, Bark, Sheepskins, and Beeswax. LLOYD BROS. AND MAGINNIS are cash purcsast rs of any quantity. : PLUMBERS & 'TINSMITHS i$,lair and. Agg, HIGH-ST, BROADFORD, CREAMERIES & PRIVATE DAIRIES Fitted up with TANKS, MII4K & CHEESE VATS? &o... Milk and Cream Cans at reduced prices, Mrs. Abley, MIDWIFE AND LADY'S NURSE PINNAGoG ST., Broadford. Frst-class Re ferences. W. Palmer, / BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, BROADFORD. / L ADIES' and Gents' noots of all descrip tion made to order. Aspinall's Enamel, In l50 beautiful colors. USED by all the aristocracy of the old . country. Non.poisonous, Easy of application. Dries quickly. Does not crack. Revives and beautifies old chairs, baskets, bedstsads, &c. It is a pleasure to use it, and the results are most pleasing. SOLD BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. NcLean Bros. & Rigg Limited, Melbourne, SOLE AGENTS. NOTICE.. TrHlIE heat and cheapest stock of - Electro-...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

Local :and General News. MItNqG LeasE.-The mining lease held by I. W. R. Colbon for 7a 3r 26p, at IAount Piper, has been declared void. JUSTICE OF THE PeAca.-Ve are pleased to notice that Mr. Jas. S. Brown, of this town, has been gazetted a justice of the peace for the Central Bailiwic?l, GRANT.-rhe following application for a grant under the Land Act, s89o, has been approved --Sebelah Trezise, for Iqa 3r gop, at Kerrisdale. IIOLtays.--Friday, the 6th April, has been declared a public holiday throughout the Shire of Pyalong, on account of the Glenaroqa sports. The 21st of the same month is a holiday throughout the whole colony, being Eight Hours' Day. THe FARnMt.--?loughingoperations have been commenced by some of the farmers round the town. The rain that fell last week will have the effect of causing the grass and weeds to spring up, which will be an advans tage as they will be "turned in,"and their growth in all probability prevented. SPoTrs.-The Glenaroua Sports take place next F...

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The Broadford Courier, AND REDDY CREEK TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MARCH 30. 1894. The Bookmaker. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

11C >coadfov4 Q ovriC, AND REEDY CREEK TIMss. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MARCH o0. 1894. The Bookmaker. IT has been the wonder to the lover of true sport, why this barnacle-the bookmaker-who has attached himself to nearly 411 our manly sports and pastimes, should be allowed to carry on his nefarious business without let or hindrance. It certainly cannot be said, with truth, by the most ardent sup porter of the bookmaker's profession, that they, as a class, have improved our sport one iota. On the contrary, one is aware that thousands of voices are uplifted against this pernicious system which has crept into the ;porting arena. No doubt the bookmaking class can endure all the slurs and reproaches heaped upon them; in fact they are so hard-faped and thick-skinned that they can put up with anything in that way. They say, with a considerable amount of force too, that they ate a necessary class, as the great bulk of race-going people support them, then why should not they be allo...

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BALFOUR'S BOUNTIES AND VICTIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

BALFOUR'S BOUNTIES AND VICTIMS. Iti gratifyicg to see that .any of those "who hare been the unconscious recipients of Jabex Balfour's bounty are making restitu. lion, though, of course, in nome cases it is not easy to do so. A day or twoback, writes the Daily News of t unit., a letter was received from tbe Mount Olivet Baptist Chapel, Durn.ey, upon which in days gone by he had easmnedbenignantly, given a small contribu lion end got his name engraved upon some fonadation stone. "Various opinions were ex. pressed as to the amount of money which he contributed to thecollection," says the letter. The statementsveryfrom 2s Gd to? . TLere s no probability that he contributed the latter sum, but to make quite sure I sand you the enclosed cheque. In maktngtaissecond con taihution toyour fundi am anxious to wipe the stain off our Burloey friends, who are not themelve~rwe-y wealthy. he name on the stone has been erased." There is-something very impressive in the diversity 'of the troubles on ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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GENERAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

GENERAL EXTRACTS, -a~-- Mr Phif i?ty, the Australian artist, is to be the leading spirit in a new London weekly paper which will be born in the autumn. As yet a title has not been definitely decided upon, but the general lines of the venture have been lat down. It will consist of eight pages about the size of " Trunth." and the price sfsl. of course, be a penny. The idea is otl ciently ambitious-to have the best read ing matter and the best illustrations that can be got, and absolutely nothing bt the best. By this is meant that the paper will be written and illustrated by our well-known writers end artists, and all articles and pictures presumably signed. About a month ago a cablegram in our columns showedthat Sir WestbyPercival, the Agent-general of New Zealand, had replied in a convincing manner to some reflections made by Mr A. J. Wilson, of the " Investors'Review," upon the credit t of the colony he represents. The Agent. I General's letter appeared in the "Daily Chronicle." Sir...

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UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE. OXFORD AGAIN DEFEATS CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE, o- OXFORD-'A(AIN DEFEATS CAM BRIDGE. Witt the possible exceptioe of the Perby, no' porting event of the year is looked for ward toao eagerly, or excites so much atten. tinnin England, as the University boat-race. Nos to avre seen a boat race argues that one has not really lived at all, - in the -ease in which life is worth living - in the eyes of a vast number of Englsbntun. To many it is the dlay of days. Half England goes mad on betlday the event is polled olf. It has been aptly called the bsbhie fever." 2f tl:o navies of the Russians and the French, coimbined with those of the whole Triple Alliarce, were telegrapted as coming up the Eglishll Channelto attack London on a beasrace day, the nation would probably say as a body what Sir Francis Drake said of the Spanish Armada, when he heard it was approaching while he was playing bowls on Plymouth Hoe-that there was time enoogh to finish the game and defeat the enemy after. All London is is ferment on this great...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

"THRICE IS HE ARMED. WHO HAS HIS QUARREL JUST." CLEMENTS TONIC THE WORLD'S GREAT RESTORA TIVE HAS CURED MORE CASES OF IN DIGESTION, NEURALGIA, WE4KNESS, DEBILITY, DROPSY, BRIGHT'S DI SEASE, AND LIVER COMPLAINT THAN ALL OTHER MEDICINES PUT TO GETHER. If you are sick and value your life, insist on having Clements Tonic, and no substitute or you will be disappointed. READ THIS CASE. Mrs. V. Knight, Miepoll S., near Euroa, who writes:-It is with great pleasure I forward you this testimony. I was suffering for over three years from neuralgia, toothache asd pains in the head, which were said to arise from poverty of the blood. I tried doctor's medicines and many patent medicines, but none seemed to do me any good. Having read of the wonderful cures effected by Clements Tontc, I determined to give it a fair trial. After taking two bottles I found my health greatly improved. I have taken about sir bottles, and can safely say I never enjoyed better health than I do now. I nearly always keep ...

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

Political Bowling Green. -to: BY SCOREB It PUNCh. At last we have the pulpit knocking at Mr. Patterson's door and crying-" It is time something was done for the poor I" The Rev. Mr. Marshallin the Scot's Church is popularly understood to be the mouth piece of Society's reame di la crrne. He is the " Meenister" who preaches from the richest pulpit in Melbourne, and his audience are the" unco guid" whose well filled purses make them much more than respectable. The Rev. Marshall, therefore, is not likely to be revolutionary. Nor is he. Yet he tells Mr. Patterson a story very like that which came a month before from all the meetings of the suburbs-that absolute distress is imminent, winter approaching, and nothing done to ease off the terror of cold and hunger. I for my part shall but add one more word to the many I have spoken. But it is a strong one, if we still live in times when reason is strong in politics. The Govern ment's responsibility for lack of employ ment arises directly fr...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Milk Record [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

A Milk Record -0 Mr GeorgeWright "baelff toll hKe ClDrille Esq., Dellaport Hell, Dryton, Enfilnnd, hat furnisbed Ibe "Mark Lane ExpDress" w'h tho following interesting record of the milk re'gtler for the season 1893 atBellaport Hall. No. of a 're m rcrVeekl in lts, ter -t. ( s cent milk. f .y, ': 451 7 i 26 a 727 a 4! 43 8 4. 5 te 10 20w n1 I 40 1 57 10 4 2 13 4.l 1 471 15 40 ;3 19 127 7 4 7 1427 1) 4, 2"•9. 13 t307 I4 s 3 4 1 2: 2 147 797 627 7 34 47 23 2 .. 4. . ... . 3 o 30 1r;51 10 52 21 9 1 42750 l 1 10 34. t :14 I I w0 o I .4. , SNine47 3le1y4-od 36 72u f '?4,37- , ?, S1 1-2 36 T 3Cows "0 D H1Irts ... This averse .. . g r vi re a d Four-yeor old -t mid-l. 11 ,, Nine tlee- yoar-olds ... 31 sur fout-year-old3s .. 7 STwenty-scows ......5 ! 41 Cows Ao? 1 111:r.1:.. ioht twoce-year-old ..3 0!1 re Thend Four-ear uld li.t m 4l7id 42 Cows Inu 1r?1lmr.. FoTr trec-year-o3$ ... 2're fouaryear-si .. 47., Twecnty-elght ow.... I.& IS07- 43 Cows .103 Hn3rore:.. ,, ... .ao-. a ld ... ...

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POMONA. CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

By the author of "Laddie," "Tip Cat," "' Ll," etc. - CHAPTER IX. When to the sessions of sweet, silent thoukht Iaummon up rembmeoce of things pot, Leigh tholack of many a thing I ou ht, -;oad with old woes new vwail mydear times SHoaocFrrtaoe. Christmas Eve, with nature trying its hardest to chill and discouraga the cheerfulness and good feeling that, even in these cynical days, Lubble up m the very midst of poverty and eickness and wantof emoloyment. A frostyfog brooded over London, through which the gas lamps winked dejectedly at mid-day without doina? ything but mal?ng the darkness sur -oundng them more apparent In Dr Merridew's house the Egyptian dark. ness thatcould be felt would not have checked thu Christmas rejoicings and preparations. There is sch a lot to be done onChristmas Eve: ?ach doing up of parcels, such directing of Christmnas cards, such dashing out into the fog to get eealinogarx Or string or a card for some one forgotten in the first reckoning; such elaborate dec...

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Mixing Grain and Hay. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 30 March 1894

Mixing Grain and Hay. 0 Two tests of the economy of mixing grain with hay-cne with cows and one with horses have recently been made in Scotland by a well lnown experimentalist. He refers in his report to the argument advanced for the horse, that grain if mired with hay is more economically used, inasmuch as the hay operates as a divisor of the grin, thereby admitting the freer access of the gastricjicea to the grain or meal thus held asunder by the hay. When fed alone, grain, or more etcacially meal, compacts, it is said, in the stomach in a glutinous ball or mass that prevents the penetration of the digestive flunids and agents to to the centre of its mass, thereby not only prevcnting ctoplte digestion, hut also encouraging celie and other troubles of the digestive system. It has a mensire of pro f.edoitn esoeeial v oas it seems that certain avtth~ie n or ltolma! in tn omah aof the begs seem to have been shown to have been ffeactive in a purely physical sense without regard to thei...

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