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Miscellaneous. Thirty Years Ago. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

T kl'tu Yea:sss Ago. 'Tis thirty Syars ago, my friend, Ay, thirt yea3rs ago, And the he .ay of our youth is past, Our sun is sinking low. There's a di lness in the once bright eye, And the huanding step is slow, And a thousmd changes time has wrought Since thirty years ago. Then how the pulses of our hearts Beat with a buoyant thrill, And naught could check our careless mirth, Or curb our wayward will. No silvery thread flecked the bright hair, No furrow marked the brow; 'Twas thirty years ago, my fricad, And all is altered now. We've passed the boaudry line that marks The parting of our way, And middle age is on us now, And youth is far away For in the sladews of the pat, Far in the misty haze, Through which we look so lo'ingly, llack on our early days. Fain would I live one little span, As in that pleasant ti:ue When life and love anl thou an 1 Were in aour goldet prio:.: But vain the wishl, a!d vsai:r still The thoughts that bu:kvard il t ,w To all that lemoso y hulds ,so d ,r OI...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] The Fatal Treasure. A STORY OF THE BLACK FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

FALL DIaIHTSBAEqnlVt.I The Fatal Treasure. A STORY OF THE .BLACK FOREST. cT IVAN DEXTER. CILUPTEI XV.-CorT?tUED. It was posible-nand, indedt, mosnt proba ble-thlait tihe girl hitrself woudl illd out thiat be would lnut aniike it poor tlltcllt, and then the w-dy would be smoothled. ITo had a consider.:ble Iamont of legal •work, m.d ,n evcrypolsible ipretext lie visited the lawy3-ers honue 3thtR. ltha 11re Item moo iiu aged to get into coinver.ition with Mary ]llacklbun, but it wis a Ilere firmal oue--a few remarks about the weather and such like anuol he Mdule abstoltely no advance in her glout gracies. lIu cits a rough anld p)rcip)iilt mai and quite tmtutortel in the art of lorae-miaking, so that had lie lhad opportunities of being in the girl's comVpaI y he would not have inm pre.ed htier very favorably. His courtslhip -whichl was allo on e side -was in this unsatiifactory state when his fllar noir-his evil geniu?-.'irniytage returied to Gisbone. Il a few days he succeeded in leadi...

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WISE WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

Ilhi'er.t'T him who talks much of Iis Iole-ly. Irte i hlike the moon, when it does not increa-e it deeruc-e. IAi ! as the widl, eo is lmottal life, A llrian, i. igh, ii soh, at etoren, a strife. " Who has dauighteie," rars an oldr lproverb, n alwa;ys a hellherdl. TlhaLt itliou is hbet w\hich proenres the gLetilet Ihli ess fIr the greates t number. Our graned lbu-iness i's, not to see what lies dliily at a dirltaltce, but to do what lies Ckarly at halld. Tire poor too oftrn turn naway ullheard, b'roulm hlearts that blilt against them with a ouul:d That will be heard in leanten. loeuure: re built to live in, not to look on.r Lis iare like rubwLbs., where thie small Ilies are caught and the great break thtough. lu.l t eo Ipplde know r ething about tlhe discipline of overlty, Iail feel qrlite ready to lexprielce c see of tile atful lesliousl bilitire tof wealth. hlie. Igillui,: ". lii, the doctor says I nle d a change "f eliirte." IMr. Ilillus (hbrorbed in hir newerpaper): 'That's all ....

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Cricket. BROADFORD V. WALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

.:o - BROADFORD V. WALLAN. O.t Saturday last the first eleven of the BIroadford club tried conclusions with the W'allan \Vallan club, on the ground of the latter. MacDougall (Broadford) won the toss from \Villiams (\Vallant and sent the locals in to bat on a very rough wicket, which swas somewhat greasy after the recent rains. Cummings and Sutherland handled the willow, whilst Fothergill and Harrison wielded the leathern sphere. The bowlers were not up to their usual fortm and at intervals runs came freely, but thanks to the good fielding of the team all the Wallanites were disposed of for what was thought to be the small score of 46 runs, six of the eleven batsmen retiring caught out. Broadford then took the wickets fully confident of wiping off this score with the loss of but few men, but alas! they were doomed to disappointment. Dixon and Fothergill were the first to handle the willow, and after scoring a single the former retired, clean bowled. Trezise next appepred, and had the...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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SCRAGLEY'S NEW YEAR TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

UiAG'I LV'S INkVW YIEAR TUIN I KIEY. ftY deoar," said Mr. Scrogloy one 10or1 I into , towtard the cid of the year, a. heatand with ilhe door-knoll in his hand, really to sitrt for Iowln, "I think I will look in atl the poulterer's to-:lay, aid bring ill a 'lice bird for our Necw Yealr dinner." Mrs. S. wna sitting by ttielire nursing on enterprisin g neuralgil, nld felt too mad to answer. "ll'm ! as I was roemarking, my dear, 1'll look in--" " Oh, rubbish ! Don't trouble mne abcut. Now Year dilners. lietter leave it alone anyhow?; you'll be making a fool of your.elf againt"' Scragley slammned thie door-onl his thulmb -anid started ollt as til's ha ltter. "hMoot uireeionatlo womanltil tlhe world!" hle growled to hlimelft; "glttling worse every day ; nlake il foolof ityself aeoiti--agaiiil, toro, to if ever-alah, well! neuralgia is not the mtllo-toothiing tling int the world. Never uihsl, I'll show her that a mal clan make ii purchase with the let, of 'em, if le has only got hi head sc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

Lotices, PLAINT, No 4192, IN TIIE COURT OF _INES 01 SANDHURSI', KILMORE DI VISION, COLONY OF VIC TORIA, Between William Colbon Plaintiff and the the Broardford Sluicing Gold Mining Company No- Liability Defendant. N OfICE is hereby given that under and by virtue of certain process issued out of the Court of Mines Kilemore.Colony of Victoria and directed to me as Bailiff of said Court of Mines at Kilmore requiring me to levy certain Moneys Goods and Chattels of the personal estate of the said Broardford Sluicing Gold Mining Company I the said Bailiff will on Monday the seventh day of November at the hour of Eleven o'clock in the forenoon cause to be sold at the Mine Brnadford, unless the said Process shall hare been previously ,stlsied ??ald Bailiff _ a,.otb.rwi.se stayed ' TIlE IINE AND, MINING PLANT. Cash at fall of the hammer, no cheques taken. TIIOMAS FOLEY, Bailiff Court of Mines. PREPARATION oF. ELECTORAL LISTS. NOTIC=E. IT is .hereby notified that the General Lists of Non-rate...

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The Broadford Courier, AND REEDY CREEK TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

le AND REEDny CREEK TIMES. rs' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. in FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1892. AuDIr.-During the past couple of days d Messrs. R. G. Nicholas and W. Fothergill :ir have been engaged auditing the accounts of the local council. Pl.cic.-On Tuesday next, the Prince of WVales' llirthd:iy, an invitation picnic, of which Mr. J. C. Davis is the promoter, wiil be heldatthe Strath Creek falls. Given fine weather the picnic promises to be equally as successful as the ones held on former S. occasions. se tILttORR Snow.-By advertisement in , another column it will be seen that the aniual y, Rilmore show is to take place on Thursday s. the 24th inst. Entries close on Saturday, November 1gth, and prize lists and all infor. y. mation may be obtained from the Secretary, Mr. C.J. Osborn. IMEETxto.-On Saturday evening a meet .- g OF po r r rro.. *..l . .h.. Cuw-...tion of a co-operative butchery society will be held - at Mr. John Clark's shop. Applications for shares are to be made on the form ac...

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INGENIOUS DIAMOND THIEVING [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

I NGEtllJUOIIAMON(UITIItIVINGI tI IlERE have I sell that faco before " S The ao nnser to this inquiry, which ,eryue lam somllie time plut to hilmself at til -ight of a conlltellance oco falmiliar, bill lost ,Ight of'for nlolt years, does Iot always recall as interesting and timely a story as it did to a gncltlellan who sat on one of thile seats in tile ublic intien a short tille ago, ellleio:vollrill g to " place" the face of a mllall oin tile nex st lt. Thle pelroln who had rousel tile curiosity of the gcl?llemll was a tall, elderly mIlan of gl'ave and dilingulihell betaling. lis hair nll bheard wlere ilvery gray, and hlis eyes, which occasionallly met thosse of his nleiglh ba?r in a seetsligly enilcal way, ,aoe piroo that their owner iopsse.sele tile faculty of selfcoultrol in it noticeable dcegree. TIhey were eyes w)thill gale no signil of emotion wh:tever, and ill tiell it ws illlJpO-ible to resad a tsingle okelie of what thloughts mlight bhe pallsiag through the broil behind. O...

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MR. AND MRS. BOWSER. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

, Rln. ANID IMRS. IBOW\SEIl. iERE were tIree or four tLiige on Mr. Bowcrsers mild as lie cOiae Iomlte i, dinneer the other evening. Someiano hall stolen his umbrella, nuld eomcooe muost bh SIllned for it. lie had senpped a butlot off his vest, nld of courseo that was Mrs. Itow setis fault. his lshirt blulched up around thIe neck, atld someone must be held respon sible. In jumpingi oilf the car he broke a oupeder, but would that suspendller a1e givenll way in thllat manner if Men.1. llolwser I T(ad been attendlig lto her dolestic duties i I Mr. inwvser began on the dinner it'self, Sinemlieig to grandually lead upt to the other 'things. ithe beef rwas overdone,tlhe potatoes Inot piroperly mashed, and he found inull. willl te butter and cocoa anl everything else. lie expected to hear Mri< llllerl' make t xc1ues id th'y to soothel him, but she hla nothingl to ay. Even when he declared that hlie would go out and discharge tlhe r ook if she didn't .he simply loolked ait him i1 ...

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CHAPTER XVII. A DISAPPOINTED MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

CIL?T'ERI XVII. A DI.API'OISTED ItS. John Hilton had returned to his but at Carlrlhe. liI had been absient nearly :a month, oil one of his sitsret expeditions, and hoe camo back a miserablo uand wou-begone lookling object. His phil:hod face iand gaiut eves told of starvation, whilst his clothes hung in tatters arisultllltd ln. He shunoned the 6ighours llost persisltent ly, and his deniauour was thalilt of a mIen who had melt some great and unexpectedi ls fortune. Ite was no longer thle banle 1Iilton,iand the residlents of the place whispered togethcrund shook their heads otinouotly when they spoke of him, and one of them muttered " Poor fellow !" as they tapped their foreheads sig initeantly. At this time C.Irlsrulie was in a t0:Lte of considcrable excitl-nient. One of their oldest rsilenlts had been foilnd nunednrcd ill I wood splitter's hlut in thile ack Foreti, and a considerable amoumt of gold taken from hin. The fact that Trevascits had bccn mnurdered did not occasion so mlucl ...

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CHAPTER XVI. FRIEND OR FOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

CGIAPTER XVI. Frl.tND OR FOE. When Shrid:man reached the hotel after his encounter with Wilberfore he felt tllhat he would like to wreak his revenge on someono and the very lilrt person he met was Army tage. " Yenou lotk aild, Sheridan," his unwelcome friend said : " and you are bleeding from the mouth. What is the nitter?" "It's nothing to you, I suplpose, what the matter is. Yeo s-houlld mind your own busi ness," growled the farmer. "My dear friend, I am minding my own business," blandly answered Armytage. " You kow I take a great interest in you. A?-ythilg thatconceriisyoiucnLeernsiteo. You must ntot forget that." " Curse yo u: I don't forget it. I wish I could. But vt had:u better not try me too far. You know a worim will turn." " Yes; but ioU re not a worm, i?y friend, null you won'tl turn, I mU sure. But tell me what hasI lIappened, as I might lie able to help you. Itwo a drink first, though, for yol are treblinguu and shaking like a dog in a wet sack. 'Pouring iout . tumbler ...

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WORLD'S FAIR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

1YOILDN3 hAlitI NOTES. The uli!Oget Columittee of tile (:ernan Riekhista has vted \\'orild's 'lgir aprlo'.. lriattion of ',V0t,000 nun~t ke;, or :?14,(101 tolhll's (Ciif l'itueoe, of the lDeti entiteo, of Eetiihioloey, Ii.? thirty nents in t Norih, Cen tirl, a:id Soutlh A mericea, collectillg miterial for the l:tlholoegical exhibtit. Ole hIuitdrei ail! twenty c;r Iotldsof i;i-i, ellowl to cover twIltey-illt C-ieles, il be iusied ill the roofs of the vl'aiiou Ex t n strtcturees. .More ttln forty.one c::lr hoa us, or e hlev eu acres, w ill be acqll? t hedl by Lthe leliat Maifcture ll uihlill lldlioe. ltii-on's eleelrical exhiltit al the Elxpoji. ion \iii rill rete-r,-it *ii exlidltitltU of Ioiie tihng like 100,0!0t0 dollarl. J'tie Wonl-ll of Tex:.i A 0 havie olganiied a State tlltol'a l'iir oalid otLf .ldy Mlllaelr?, i1th ni e'eiIntivo colnieii teit ot thiftiit-toe, till Mrs. *\ll\ti II. To'llhi, ot Austin, Os, iire.id n, aid \hs. Sidney Snijiti, of Dlltdas, al secriletlly. Th'l Londo...

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"MIRANDY." [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

"' IIIANDY." 3 GUESS you'll find fair boardl out at ? Thigpll ns, and you cayn't go to that durned hotel at thile decpo auyhow. I'd try it if I was you"; and the specaker, a grizzle headed old Yankee who haul drifted dlown into Florida in search of health, swung him elf up into the cab of his engine. " Thanks : thanks, very muchl. lUt I say, Itelton, is it elena ? I'm not much of a sybarite, but I can't stauld dirt." " Oh, yes ; its clean. The two boys s a bit rough, an' the place ain't much to >ok a:t; but it's clean-Miratludy takes care of that." Jitm Penton had taken a faury to the bright young E1gliishua, who h:ul been his " conductor " for the lant two months; indl although ier-onally sorry to lr e him, had: been sincerely pleased by his lpromotion to the increased respo:sibility and digniy of passenger"gua"1. lo England Cecil Iudm:rlt, had not been a fin,:ncial suoccess, anld several successive failures to make his earnings cover his expenditut halnt cooviuiccl thile most s...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

In Memoriam. McRAE.-In sad remembrance of my dear father, John McRae, who departed this life 3rd November, 1885. Asleep in Jesus, peaceful rest, Whose waking is supremely blest. No fear, no woe, shall dim that hour That manifests the Saviour's power. -Inserted by his loving daughter Jessie.

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Beautiful Teeth. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

L'efaeiijt l Tccl.o. B0 O1. 70no0. Reatotiuol tcoth for you and ma Why we ahoulI LoLv them? You eBbI.1 cc:. 1lead the dooiFo ogng genalion throngh: Ntuore madn hboouitel teeth for you. l outitul teeth b.' in to grow When babeI O te little. Ald when motocro know. thtt with krowelrkgo and patirnco a10 terorr care Toothooha and ugly teeth never would dare To peuter their chilecn, then you w;ill ace { t autifcl teeh for you and me

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ANXIOUS TO GET INTO JOURNALISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

ANXIOUS ro oE'r INTO JOUIRNALISMl. .1w SOiLaionL (l \ ll in oL tlhis paLpIer!' aIec the caller, it eIIlcdcr, wiry piilgriii with auL Lfitehl~eetIaifa and au Lw iited cohlla. What kind of Situalioil'" OLaid tie 1 ciit iaiL 'NILO iloa itaI." LitchLaycriticisoL- nIay chanlce in (tint Iflesl~l mteat 1,' "1 can wri11e ini elligentlly on tut. lIe you Leend LL aLII c:i il i s TIlie llcr he-il;itul LI I'olimnt nad tilhe "1 IhaveilOl haId..IIIiL.LII exjiInLCe, ILO sLid, "ill LIher hlLur,iciiI Lit Ii:.I~apeIr wllk. 1)u yaulitOtI II Ill tol ru the dol nalotgt i--

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HE FOUND THE PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

A Istteal tell: ,Cory i,. told ot a eeteett tboy cmt eye many iieapstao ,it fri-il f near. Yolk, lie itaa teiti i tl,. ill-ty .jt t t a dli n k b tid g e te e t k i t c u t o t lt he l o t t o l c k i at it. tie dleittee it oil the toe.dy hlv kteet it rolhel into tIe ittlet. Net lociotr alite to tiet it he llo attiy to ac:, fileelly cetled ito a tlette, tiode aoag toie liii i, cakme hack aifter mitiny year.O, aut tl haee the tarm oe, ukr Id. tuh ey n at tvnle, die lm dayc thile wakiniic teielr ihi Ie titod aleit alice by atc1. ti the I veto e. Iitm liete It. ciilgn felt." lle till Ili.- rowpa nicn 6otr he hilt the rio~l~i \Vltei he tceiw It the etick, gviii w00 htil etitttttee to hint tile riii., onl he cndofi tf tea

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Seymour News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

Seymour News. ---:o:-- It is rumored that the energetic propietora of the Northwoodl Park Butler Factory r., clearing over eighty pounds per week at I1.. present. This shows what enterprise and pluck can achieve. It is sane to say that the property could not return half the amount if devoted to farming and grazing in the usual way. Very little more rain would bring a flood along the Goulburn. Tlhe river has risen rapidly since Thursday evening, and there is yet a good deal of snow in the Woods Point district. Still if there is not another henvy downpour within a few days, the water will doubtlessly get away without breaking over the banks, as the river was at a seasonable level prior to Thursday. It is intended to build a Roman Catholic school house at Seymour, instead of con tinuing to use the church for school purposes. A well known lady of the town has been canvassing for subscriptions during past coupl. of weeks, and has imet with consider. able surccess c-nsiderinia the lrpress...

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Kilmore M U.I.O.O.F. S[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

! fiUioreM U.I.O.U.F. SFr- s Stewards: T. Dean, A. Jutson., I!. ! ley, II. Chapman, and V. Grtnn. Judge: T. Hunt, lEsq.; Starter: T. '. mond; Clerk of Coure: .J. Cs, of Clerk of Scales: J. Mlclonald; '' ily keeper: J. Wilson; Treasurer : T. 1I'. tock; Handicapper, G. Vowles. Esq hi. The annual sports in connection ,;ni. t K'st Iilmore M.U.I.O.O.F. Society were 1." er- the local racecourse on Wednesday (t her of Wales' birthday. The day was , is: that could be desired blnt the public a:• eas in good numbers. These meetit I*s always looked forward to with much it . I and that held on \'edlneday was no a ti cion. The fair sex greeted the las:; in- looked as charming as usual. A "bookies" lustily cried out their dt' hr "two to one, bar one," and the i tt heeded them and backed their fanc fancies which, to the delight of las_.. t' odds, were often pretty wide of the iu la The meeting was a success and the ce; t"I deseserve a word of praise for their t . lie to make it so, and special men...

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THE TWO CAPTAINS. AN INCIDENT OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

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