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Cooking Recipes. QUEEN FRITTLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

Ceooming!! Ilceic.n. QU .leN Fi::TTI.LM. One pint f wcat:er, cne fourth of a cop of lut:t r, eig l.t unce of tflu:r ; boil the water ant butter toe'ther ; tert tl;e flour all in .t case. and etir ever the: fie till well cooked; let ievW till c?O!. thtu adh tno Piggc, oie at a with pewelered eua?r. LGI Ort waUTTOn t Ld VXN d S po i Lay the mutljn in a dep'c dirt and rlb iteo it the fo!llowng: Ine table:fpooufnl each of ealt, c,!cry tllt. l own Eugar, black nelper, ouws. end ec !lsl:ie,?c; after which pour over it elowly a itea!p of vinegr ; cover tightly and oct in a cool place four or eve days, turning and hastilg it each day. When oeady to cnhk, put in a hettle a quart of boiling water, pltce over it an inverted ihallow pan arld en it lay the meat; cover the kettle tightly atl] Ftew fVur houre. i)o not flt the water leiuch the neat. Wlhen done thicken the liquid with fiur and strain. Take fresh ei er-nit l Ivee. wnach and drain tl.hem, chlp very flne, put in a grany bowl and to thr...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Snakes and Toads. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

Slrikcna?e 7'rtl 'od, Tende, in the I:reosece of enakce, usually ,-main iertfctly stiil. In t is is ther onlye ,f:ty, for ,id they make the least movemt nat y"p wroutld immednt~ it y be aught. Iýhave orin a huogry snat e lie waitiing ver an "ur fur a frog to mnove, and ivn pllh with ' nore to stir him up. Toid has been : died " enale charming." and inteed it ltoke Sit, but the toad is the chsrtcer, the ton ke I rcmemetcr ore cay I dro;'r.e a toad in he mid-t of a pit of snalcs Ilad in my back a?ld. 110 at aree bCeaoUe perfe:tly 't l1, ! ou.h autrctuhnd? by ,:or thitsn a d:.zen : ry asiare. There was a eiclo eof lierce als r.?d 'larinl' ryes ar'ouvd himt, but he : :d ;ct move. Tile cirle narrowed u:uil ;e protrutling tonguee a!nrst touched him, t ho was imn:rovble. Jeut then I twrs .lled away for over Lait an-hoer, hut on re. turning foiutd the toad, in grate dignity, still holdi:c the fert hy most mastetly in activity. Tis lowly, 1tlpllces crture, atrong ,nl y by adhcreero to a natu...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VERY MYSTERIOUS MINSTRELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

VERY MYSTERIOUS MINSTRELS.   A FORTNIGHT'S holiday, and don't know where you're going to! Well, that's just my case. But I'm determined   to having a jolly lark !   "A jolly lark?"   "Yes, dear boy ! What's the use of put-   ing in your holidays in the slow, conven- tional way? To be conventional is to be natural, and to be natural is to be vulgar. What is the use of blistering your feel on Brighton shingles, or your feet on Margate beach ? No, dear Sam, if you want to thor-   oughly enjoy your holiday, you must com- pletely transfom yourself, together with your surroundings."             Thus said my friend Jack Bradley, whom I had encountered on a bus a day or two     before my holiday. "But how are you going to do that, Jack ?" I said. "'l'le Le rveral di.lillet ways of ueco.llis:hi' tho el E, d'ear b...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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The [?] Daughter. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

Tic apfstists' 1lt:3alt-Ler. The evene ceordd in this story occurred in !t'ode IjJd, in the lie-t century of its rettlement the Elglish, when " Litte Rihody" was denno frest, and the abode of p wild b'asts l slvrg:. V It was a fit and beaucilul evening in O?tob'r. T li;ht brerze whispered over 11 head among ti tall pines, while the rippling Eauriose cf tt lvatitul litilla?o, (now known by the nama of C.n's Pond) full Eixteen 4 miles fromn tb colony of Providence, danced and p uklie( I the light of the bright harvest moon, like as:a of molten gold, On the western hoir of the lake, a few yards from r an Indian vi e, was a young man bsund to a ersing. J? could not have reen over Lwe-nty.five smners, was over six fect in stature, and.d mnsrive proportionP, Shlowing an abuvneartdoakt physistl treong'h and nerve. From mrleh apscra hifaeasfae was coneider ably darkens; but yet its surface were !iue a mioirte,fro:n which was rcllrctcd the toul tlnt gae- it anim-ation. Ilia cyes tr,t rf a da...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XIX. THE BEGINNING OF THE END. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

CIL\ftI'TI ? XIX. 'fill: Ii:GIsNNINo OF Till; END. A-s hie gritlu-ily eoir.eovl I lis strengtil lie lift.l ,nill the box, whi;.ht hrl'p psru'ttidly not thie: sidsis oif the htls', and pltact it on the sinuf:ua.. Thit, getting a s.io:rp stick, ihe reil--d nbitshis :itll dirctios: iii sein airch of the olher Il.esi, bullt lit'nt flislilugniyV taineo of i11 " - . W-Vi.lr. illth is exrstionsl ali tile emlotion of tiie s?slihliiily ireoversingf part of the lost nlr,'aiii, whh iite hall risi sb, is l-,itr ll hii owin pnTprly, he sit tdown I.-side ithe box lit examiiesitl it. I1i. fTiilsni: it it hls 1,,en brolken open, for Si p 1i?s' o s tih wool lasi awaeinsily whlen I, hi t-'h.d it, sidl l.e fi.t.l that a1 si?isll jigiAol of sIh cl?tents had beto taken, fnLr the l Isx wIl-isolt iuite l full. 11e thin I. Is I ills.t thouris' as tio lho Il ti sel snie: thih r, ai.,l who h:l oltaken it flon him. '" It illt 1 ihv'e 'leni' Tr s.l us," lie iniut tonl. '''l. 'i"n s- iltt. wii ta hs went tIo It...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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CHAPTER XVIII. CHANCE OR DESTINY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

CILI'PTER XVIIf. CHIANCE O1 DESTINY. It is ia mnmt joinlt whether Chance or l)es tliny contrnd Inunan affairS. Perhaps the two wlsl tilmelan the otne, and events which anr really set down to chance have hben predes tined from all time. If ialn hN a free agent it appears very curious that hi:; whole life sclihol h eswaye:ild 11d lnshapI 1d hylme hanceo eventt which he never exlpeted nor wished f-r: yet, if we tree mtack the devious mroad of hI mani life we will invarlablyi llnl that the straight path on which we started out from onr udhll Ihas at nmllle part or another been suddenly hilked by msoe chance obstacle, aId oltr colse turned oflf at a: tangent. Somcetilnes iwe have nearly ptsod all the milestones on the journey of life before this turning poiint is reaclichd, whiltt frequently we are hnardly out f sight of the cradle before wo are called upon to troahvel along a path very different front that napped out for We are blind gropers in the dartk. We cannot St tihe distance of o...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] The Fatal Treasure. A STORY OF THE BLACK FOREST. AN AUSTRALIAN TALE, BY IVAN DEXTER. CHAPTER XVII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

tALL nronmT OEflnveD.1 The Fatal Treasure, A STORY GF TilE BLACK FOREST. AN AUSTRALIAN TALE, II'..- : I).EX. T R. OCI.\IPH'I:It XVI.-Cos-rlxron. "Whatl? 1)idl'lt you kuni th t111 Tre r:si II wsa.- uur-ill..r.1 in tIe Illabk 4orest by n w( .l-,nltlr:n dl that the fellow was en h'it'-,I to death a cuiple of days ago for Eli! Trevasc.,t mInrdired in the Black Forest! What was he doing tlh-ct'r" lliltont akel. with ad:dl, ilcnr(t. h" o, ,n m,ws what brought him there, and, tlis ilr tugest Iprrt of it is, le had a lot of gold II, lint whten he was killed, in iars ,n inge1,.s." " Gold in ts aend ntg.'ets '" tihe old man cried, springing to his feet with a fierce gle:ns in his ,yres. "Wie-re did he get the g?ll front? Where did ile get the gold, I ")i'L Irctnt e itexli. lilton,," t.sil the f?artr, wilhi fhlu- ult thei i ll:ititcWac in oco of his ptuliiar mtt ls. '" Ni one is able to nstier thatit upiest ion. ] . lint nome; when ho left li-, i, bei, lN .,·,1tr .I tys: :u, it's not to be mti...

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

Kiilmore News. --:o" The monthly social in connection with the Church of England Guild passel off very succesfully on Thursday evening. There was a large attendance. These socials appear to be growing in favor, and are highly appre ciated. Roderick MeNamara, who has just been convicted in Sydney, and sentenced to seven years' inlprisonment in connection with the Australian Blnuking Company feruds, was for some years ecountanit at the Bank of Vie. toria, Kilnore. lie left under a cloud his peculations here amounting to some bun. dreds. There is not much sympathy for Mae. now. What might have been a fatal accident occured to Mr. J. McKendrick, farmer, of Brlands, on Wednesday last. It appears that a young gentleman, visiting Mr. McKen drick, went in company with that gentleman rabbit shooiing. Whilst eroosing a creek lMr. McKeudrick being a little in front-the gun fell out of the visitor's hands, and re bounding otn the ground-both hammers being down-exploded, lodging its contents in ...

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Suicide at Seymour. AN OLD RESIDENT SHOOTS HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

ing Suicitc ao it SeyloIUr. en- :O. as AN OLD RESIDENT SHOOTS I Ilo, HIMSELF. ten el1- WiAT appears to be a determined ease of in, suicide, occurred at Seymoulllr otil Sunday molning. About 1t a.m. Mr. E. W. CtoI"s. ing an ol reesident of Emily Street, tol I his n wif. that he woullt hoot a rahbit which gio t ten into the garden. About hall-sn-hour alter- t c wards-Mrs Cope heard a slot, but as her Ihubband did not rtlurn, at half-ps;t twselhe t ng she went out to call him to dinner, anuI was on hIrridied to see hii lying outsile he gardl.i a ar, f:ine in a pool of blo) ,ld. She at oeu s s'alt a: Mr. J Mlorley, a ieiglibour, and hIs fiunii ti the unftltunate iani quite dead, iorn a guni i shot wound inl the enltro of the flreheald. A - reeeitly disehanredl gen was lyiug by thie S fence, aund a stall piece of boa:rd was ii h dit deceosesd' hand. o(i thie enli of this Lsard! tie th-re was a litlle white-wilts, ni:l a litt!.o r of tile nsoae mIaterial wias als viasile Oll ther trigger ...

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SCIENTIFIC SEVEN-UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

g ION'I'IFl SEVIN-UP. I SINhULI.All c ?Ie was dIcilded ill one of s t.he en tre1 ior c, lllolt of IeuliUle:ky .S0om ,eal.4 l?lgo, llecoldilg tLo tile 1 a1 L'a live of ;all .\iel ica 'l In thumori- l, whif h it is flob lle h1lllat llllty of ourl i'0 Ivildes Illy not h'lav sefIc . l \ lhere pI'pend his ia ote lb of tille ca0e, into which h lio r lnti ('Of iof(ll, 511 C"fl rff ill ;%bout. evilui proportions as in.,gredicleln" ; Mnll it. moust lIe diC.tiflfelly u .ersol. d th tl, ill ldoil.l s?o, C illae , tiailo 1. I afll v eitelll" if ellc, tfore is btLieeno scivvncef od ho-h its 'ilic1'e over hemll , ae 10 I ll i nahll it(l 0Ifllfsy Iff clince Itllto , Il?lI, oil tfle co?1?n ily', fllre fflle :Iltles h?f skill. B111t let fIfCltel f If lO 1 spelll ilk for Iifself : At thal timell i Itt ll· l.lul y I Ith lla4w w:I "eIy trict, ami-l't, whll i fs hfm1 . "Ill,, ff fnl e.f A boot f a dflzelf (off tie f s %%lw flet ffled f l hy inf "I twlvl p"'.lf "Ahll hcl,.t,." for lol m 3y, kind llle ral...

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HOW HE FOOLED THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

Ihow I FOOLD III ,EM. ?' . I. ti?.G"n i:Il 1+ate cofilunt ial a ut+ei k -( of the t-il known bomking liIII of Ii-- 1l,:s., of ('roun lily. Nev. \Vith leit go;bl lie relates al adivnture i lhieli hao?loda few ye-,'s a.go, all i which lie loutkl tad;ite lcI:r .M-J'. L-.Ier hat been wihl the lir ll ' iur llle t-iil(' ,leasl , goingll i;to lh: ,i e nll ,_ u;- ; Ih y w'eil.l the o i.wIIn wt . lit le'h- lr :III,] hom"-?lf, and wmkin:, hiis way up .elp by -le), aided, by cler*y, e ,on, .myan t,I .- nitl inlteglity, Io hi .i= 1,0n11 prod ll I j itil . 1 'ltlll 'r : y: rl il t hCI 1h-: gtho ly iotee- in I i lefil, btil Ie that a-i - it may the. lI'.'i m -ine-s iCs a- sflyawl - lil fuliy ontr.-vted!r by (hoeir conlircnlial agent a t.-Ihgh ione or Iboth of the . I-eir. II-- se dlirecly ovlrseei?ng?it. Lt I he fall of -!! a weI:llhy mline ow nrr of Stilhvater hl f bc.in Ii:d tl tilitit? Ihtt blte e wanted ac int111 ill I Ie itto ll Nugget minie, twl n coni irolleI bly lIhle ,le'-sr. II --, and ...

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The Broadford Courier, AND REEDY CREEK TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1892. The Groom-Age Action. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

nd Aro ReEDYu CREei TIMss. sty PUBLISHIED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER it, 1892. he The Grooum-Age Action. of he THERE is not much sympathy felt for in 1Ir. Gaoo.t on account of the action he of has lost in the Supreme Court. There in is on the contrary a general feeling that ed he did wrong to go to law upon any such flimsy case. He appears to have alto gether mistaken the amount of intelli. gence possessed by the average juryman when he thought they would give him s- damages for what The Age had said he about his persistent attentions at Spen. it, cer-street. It would be a bad day for the colony if a man saw public monky s. being wasted and was afraid to drawe attention to it for fear of consequences. There can be no doubt that The Age has done good service in showing up the _ extravagant expenditure that has been incurred over railway conistruction. And wherein the newspaper failed Mr. GRoom0 has himself supplied, or been the means I of supplying, the information that was wanti...

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Broken Hill Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

S Irokeun ill ri.ke. NO-G LoNG before this it has become known wherever trades' unions are found that d in the great strike at Broken Ifill has col nday lapsed, as every reflecting person must the have seen for some time it must do I I. 1 k on and, as a good many people will be in Sclined to think, as it deserved to do. For - Ithere was no question of hours, or of1 wages, involved in the dispute. The men were satisfied with both, but the will proprietors were not altogether satisfied bove with the conduct of some of the men. Ock, There was a general belief that every man "was not doing his pound "--that eets there was a fair sprinkling of loafers amongst the bonae fide workers, and as - the silver boom was ended and it had :1I become necessary to work the mines as carefully as other commercial enterprises exact an all-round fair day's work for a at fair day's pay. So they gave the men a month's notice of their intention to alter the then existine agreement. The men had power to end ...

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CARL DUNDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

• 1 E L , \,o e are y ou' g etltiig o( owi ~ \I, ot! 1k.1 the fait polic.e-ergeoit, -s 'anrt ItlMaer diroljed in to see him the t lihe: ifterioon. "'Srerg-eaat I rhls so dliscoaur:god aosh 10never 10,' replied 1Ir. aDuider. " Per lonyer I life 1n dis cotutry der m1re 1 lmln I oudth dot lo? ly ihs i twoe lie- alike." "1ow do di ll uma "." " icll, youti 'e, 1 lris in 03y salatt dtIer aodder day, irel a man .mles i atl says a lrhai I ('tl I) tiler? 1 e:iys I hli . lit vta= all right IlIe likeh t i llake stre, yu I kntow, bliecutse le brihg, lltte otne iwahtlible i:mcag t , oy 10r;0cs ui0d I lhat Lo Lipay one "I1 ,ee." " lI. go-: aillhay Iaot.y gnc'.k, tuwl tIy boy :ht:ilke uln.<d pi it l.:';g. IIid t ihlnlps ilibout and ietlie ' Crih lot I te tIi tSild?dl. tic L a It'h,. I 0h 110m 10" sut-t ithaikthaI il l)t pl ik llge. Yeul ,lll1 iiekU ,'i t? h:0l w ilna lt " Y't'?, .Mr. lir,"t I: but 'you didn i I' ro-ll tet+ ynur.eclf. You thai t even i>k if the Iiian ;1. nl C Ill(i i ...

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Goods and Parcels. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

(oodIs and ParcelA --:o:- PA?c?rs.--leid, Marc bank, Bassett. Synon, Cullum, Jas. Johnston, Ferguson, Salvation Army, N. Bidstrup, Ross,. Safe Coin. Yea Dailry Coy., Longstaff, McGough. Tlhomson. Goons.-Clayton, Lucas~ Ilibbins, Ilam mersley, Itobjin,Zwar.

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

I OU'Vl; come, have you?' s.iid my -,! inotler-.i-law, in a d'lepl voice, as shi 1lood nal t1i (Ihreiloll, irimly siUrcying 1m with eyes t'llt slholln li0ke iharn, greeniili ,blue gooselerlies Ibehiml hlerslprnelel. .It was rnther a curiots ccomlicationl. M.Iy mother-i .'lw hll novit the ilstL idea who I a, s. I lil deIErilly intended to taIke liel by lurprite; but, low that, the evt,'tful liiniienl, l10l iarriveil, Imy coi>irlie, like I t la of Ioltb Acrev,, I? .Icltl' non ihow? himn, wa ooz0il olut !lt. Ih elndC of lly lingels. iMy Ilaile ic' ilharill Daltin. I W;i- tlihel juis.'l i, with a fiale that, wai nout ilbolictely ligly, IN -IlNin51 iaulacity, r-li pokets not puTliel;'rly well liiied, niil I had just di.. liillgli'ii ell Iln . f by rllini? away wilh iI prLlly girl ul lo:i oilldigii.-sliool. "]lut, iDic," -hollu d i lo'ineItirated, "ii wle Illiilig to live onli tlrei iv.. il hliat" pedof nolee ll ve liv ll'? Alll tcie niie?oif Ihi w , ii' fihfitioss. A crlt o:r[ brCOd m...

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Ensilage Making. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

Ensil age MaKling. MR G. Degenbardt, of Murtoa, one of toe most progessive farmers in the Wimmera district has been giving a gootl deal of atoen tion to ensilage making during the last couple cf years. His success has been very pro nounced, and in order that others may be equally successful, he has prepared the follow ing practical hints on the conservation of fodder by the pit system. Mr. Degenhardt writes to the " Leader" as follows :-" The best silo is mn unaderground one. The walls are to be bricked or done up with sawn timber say, 2 x 6 or 2 x 4, or with strong saplings or logs, like lush tanks are made, but in the last case the rwalls must be well adzed to prevent the ensilage in the pressing process hanging to the walls. The back of the wall must, like an underground tank, be well rammed to keep the air out. The bottom of the silo may remain in its natural state. The superficial size of the silo should in all cases depend on how many cattle are to be fed out of it. Say for ab...

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Spring Valley. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

Spring Valley. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] ON Saturday last, about 9 a.m., very heavy rain set in and continued with out intermission for four or fire hours. As a consequence the creeks soon over flowed their banks and flooded the low lying flats Several small patches of crop were washed away. Mr. J. J. Evans, who was on his way to the creamery on the morning of the flood, met with an accident whilst crossing the Breat-o'-Day Creek, near Ferguson's Flat, with a trap and pair of horses. The. accident was caused through the hames strap breaking and thus preventing the horses from pull ing, just as the vehicle was in the middle of the creek. One of the horses was washed off its feetwhen fortunately the pole strap gave away and letit free. The driver after loosing the harness then jumped on to the back of the re-' maining horse and gained the bank. Shortly after this with the assistance of Mr. C. Doherty's horses and eight or nine men the trap was dragged from the creek by means of ro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

THE BROADFORD COURIER CICULATES IN Sunday Creek Sugarloaf Creek Flowerdale Tallarook King Parrot Creek Spring Valley Wandong Kilmore East Wallan Wallan Pyalong Glenaroua Puckapunyat Seymour Kilmore Tranawool Yea leathcote Lancefield And Other Districts. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF Plain & Ornamental Printing' EXECUTED on the SHORTEST NOTICE AT MODERATE PRICES, IN THE ?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., &e., at The Courier Of0ce, HIAMILTON STREET, BROADFORD. AN INTERESTING LETTER I0OM A WELL-KNOWN I -SPECIALIST. R. LLEWELLYT, who is duly Quahlled Ind J Registered, is a.es that by departing from the lroutine practice and devoting him...

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At Foaling Time—Dam and off spring. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 11 November 1892

At Foaling Tl -xc-DaI); mand OffK spring. Pareind from cbstctrical arsietance to rte parent aind h(r foal, we will couoider colue of the troubles met with alfter every. thing has gone on well so far. fly way tf preface we will refer to the supply and character of the food furnished by nature to the youngoter for his mxietence and do. relorpmnt. Slvme period prior to parturition theo milk veseel of the parent become dii. tented from thr activity going on in the milk glands in the adder. In some hcnlthy animale tis inerecro in volume of the udder i causes alarm, but there is eo cecaeicn for it in meet cenes, As the period of parturitiun apprcachet an Iudation of a peculiar character is noticed, not I;ke milk L1t All, bting a dirty leokincg fluid of a \itcid oharacter, ef by no means a pleaant tl-t^C, I cing both ewcet andmawlriish. This is the first cd:tion ef milk for the yoeueE:cr, and ti crlled "ooloetrum." Toui is very rmuch more deroe tian crdhnary si.k, and ri? crin .olid matter...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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