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A Campagna Bri[?]and. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 September 1893
A Campagna Bri and. A clever capture of a bri d, who for four months has roamvd the C payna with impunity, has just been effee , says the " Standard" Rome correspond who thus describes the incident. On the large tract of land own as the tenuta of Castel del Onido the is a lonely cabin which serves as hostelry f the herds men, gamekeepers and others em yed on the land. Three or fourof these we at table in the hut; another who was on his ay to join them was stopped by a man ! ARMEic TO THIE T with breecbloadine nile, revolvert ag sharp knife, and belt of cartridges, who eked him to go in and tell the hosat, 'rancesco Lutharini bynrame, to come out- the head gamekeeper wanted to speak to him nanwer to this summons two men came o rm the cabin, when the brigand, pointing~ gun at them, ordered them immediately ve up all they had. One of them, with great presence f mind, said: "We are poor workmen. do you expeet from ns ? We will give yo , thig to eat and drink if youlike ; we nothing else...
Obsolete Words in Webster's. VERBIAGE THAT IS OF NO USE TO ANYBODY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 September 1893
Obsolete Words in Webster's. VERBIAGE TIlAT IS OF NO USE TO ANYB. DY. Any number of obsolete words are to be found in Webster's Dictionary. They crop out on almost every pajno of the bin book, and are apparently inserted for no other pur. pose than to continue the growth of the work and increase the difliculy of acquiring our language. Some idea of them may be gathered from the following letter, written by an alleged poet to an editor who had trgated his poetry with dgrision : ! Sin,-You have behaved like an impetigi nous ecroglel Like those awho, envious of any moral celsitude, carry their ungieity to the height of creating symposieally the fecund words which my pollymathia genius uses with uberty to abligate the tongues of the weetless ! Sir, you have crassly parodied my own pet words as though they were tran grams. I will not concervate reproaches-I will obduce a veil over the atramental ingrati tude which has chamfered even toy indiscerp. tible heart. I am silent sa the focillat...
Inviting Applications. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 September 1893
Inviting Applications. - :o: - SoME of the New Zealand local bodies have been inviting applications for persons willing to fill joint positions of town clerk, inspector of works, and ranger in the borough fior £150 e year. Some of the applicants seem to have been "'getting at " one of these Borough Councils, as the following extract shows : One of the applicants wrote offering his services as town clerk, inspector, dog tax collector, "cowcatcher, sweep, poire in spector, etc., and stated that he was willing to assist the council eollectively and in dividually, being a reliable tailor, a first. class bootmaker, a good carpenter, good milker, and good woodehopper. Ile was also willing to fill up his spare time by acting in the capacity of nurse." The fcllowing letter from an applicant for the joint positions was also read :-" I hereby make meself aln sp. plicant for the situation offered to comperent persons through the medium of the local journals. I consider myself capable of con. d...
The Kilmore Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 September 1893
The Hillore hiospittal, It anothlr part of this issue ap. pears anr appeal for assistance to wards the holding of a fair for the purpose of securing foids in aid of the Iilmuore Hospital, which just now are in a very low state. The ha.?pital has special claims on the Broadford district, inasmnuch as a large number of patients from here yearly receive medical attendance and comforts therein, and whilst admitting that the residents have subscribed liberally in the past we would point out that --during thll past year, at any rate-the subscriptions fall far short of thle amount of the cost of relief received. We would therefore urge our readers, and the people of the district generally, to unite, in a purely undenominational spirit, in the holding and making a success of the fair promoted by Miss Fen cuso.s. And in doing so let it bhe borne in mind that it is only by the liberality of those who desire no benefit, that institutions like the Kilmore IHospital are maintained in order to af...
Woodbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 September 1893
:o: [FPROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] MR. McKendrick, of Kilmore, had rather a watery experience last week. He and 3fr. Poulton, of same place, were on a visit to V'oodbourne, and while they were returning home, on the S1th inst., ?Ir. McKendrick narrowly escaped with his life in the waters of the Yea river, near the Glenmore bridge. At this spot, in flood times, the water rushes over the road with great force, and .Mr. M'cKend rick, attempting to cross, was swept off, and carried away some distance, even tually catching a post and being saved from a watery grave. A similiar acci dent happened to Mr. D. Matchett at the same place about two months ago. A ball is to be held in the Mlurrindindi school in November, in aid of tile funds of the Glenmore Cricket Club. A new reef which was discovered some time ago at Phanton Hill, Kinglake, has turned out a rich one, yielding from S to to ozs. to the ton. A lucky find these times.
Spring Valley. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 September 1893
n Valley. ,-- .-?-, LFROM 'pt OWN CORRE'PJNDENT.] IT is reported that payable gcld has been fqund on the Muddy Creek, Glen purne. Several parties are at work. We rp. experiencing beautiful weather and everything is growing well. Crops are looking well, but there has been no extensiot in the cultivation area this season. People here cannot be con vinced that it is profitable to grow fodder for milking stock for sur.,mer months. They say that with the low price for milk it will not pay them to do so. This, however, is a fallacy and my information is based on personal experience. Last summer, we made an ensilage pit, or rather a large box, placed above ground. It was constructed of logs, twelve feet in the clear, the logs being chocked into one another-and about ten feet in height. We filled the pit with all sorts of green stuff-principally grass-and opened it in the latter part of December, and fed some 20 cows throughout the dry months. Some of the cows are still milking and have bee...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 September 1893
SCHOOL REQUIsITES.-A com lete as. sortment at J. S, Brown's-[Apvy.~ Hlotels. THE COMMERGIAL 0ITEL, CLOSE RAILWAY STATION, HIGH STREET, BROADFORD. FrpHE undersigned begs to notify that he has leased the above Hotel and intends to keep only the best brands of WINES, SPIRITS, &c. in stock. LIBERAL TABLE. LIBERAL TABLE. Every attention paid to Commercial Travellers, holiday seekers, and the public generally. Private apartments for families. The Billiard Room is replete with one )f Alcock's full-size Billi.r4 Tables newly renoyated, and is under the charge pf a professional marker. GOOD STABLING. GOOD STABLING, BILLIARDS I BILLIARDS I P. SHEABAN, Proprietor. THE BROADFORD HOTEL, High Street, Broadford, HE above old established .4d well-known house is replete with every convenience as a Commercial Hotel. .IBERAL TABLE. LIBERAL TABLE. Only the best brands of wines, spirits, &e. kept in stock. pood Billiard Table. Horses and Buggies for Hire. Good Stabling. EVERY CONVENIENCE...
AN APPEAL FOR THE KILMORE HOSPITAL. To the Editor of the Broadford Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 September 1893
AN APPEAL FOR THE KILMORE I-iOSPI rAL. To the .Editor of Ite Broadford Courier. Sia,--.wving to the bad times and the consegqusm t falling off in subscriptions, the KilmoFe Hospital is very short of funds. overdraft pf £445, which has been placed against th ir endowment fund of At no odd -thus red s?iing it to about £666, and so depriving ,he hospital of a considerable amount of i ;iterest yearly. On looki r,g through the list of subscribers one finds the same names (principallytowns people of KIilmore) appearing yearly; but we want a urited effort of the whole district to try and put the funds in a more pros perous condi' on. At present the com mittee are jusn at their wits end to stop the drift to the ss rang side of the ledger. The house-surgeon 4nd the superintendent; and, in fact, the wshole staff, have submitted to considerabe reductions in their salaries. It has been suggested " To close the hospital for a time; " an ., " to reduce the diet sca:e of the patients'. The former ...
The Broadford Football Club. WINDING UP THE SEASON. PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 September 1893
The Broadlford Football Club. WINDING UP TIIE SEASON. PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES. A VERY successful "smoke night " was held by the above at the Broadford Itotel, on Saturd .y evening, for the purpose of pre. senting trophies and bringing the football season to a close. Jas. Macdcugall Esq., president, occupied the chair, and A. iMcLeod Esq, president of the shire, the vice-cIair ; and there were about ao members of the club and two or three visitors present. On the opening of the meeting the state. ment of accounts for the year was read, and showed a satisfactory credit balance. The statement was adopted on the motion of the chairriman, seconded by Sergiant-Major Stenhouse. The vice-chairman now rose and an. nounced that he had a very pleas:ng duty to perform-that of presenting Mr. Macdongall. the worthy president of the club, with the cup won during the reason tS92. tlr. Mac. doua!l was respected and esteemed by every member ot the club, and ;t was the unaniplous wish of the members ...
Com[?]ercial. LIVE S[?]K REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 September 1893
I;1 -T S -, es ?e,::'p Fab Shepp.-Thet rket wN; heavily iup. phld 25(,t o havtnn yarded, h It whliih :.fii 0 came from ii~ ua. The' Ilk of tihose freatrd were well led to trade roqliire. fpents, but choicep? merinnrs were, mode netely represented. demand was ineetiye hronhout, T lid ittt st inds:oncel prices ruled fully Is per . lowet than last weeks .ates. Although pl lmeriunocs were if best request, yet for b prices ranged frotp I;i tools per head 1 r, Prime crossbred ,weters, from is tis; "prime crospbred wes, trohm lstidt to lid ; best merino ~yethers, fron 2s t is : extra do do, to Its : good do do, fro 10os d to 11t td; pefond do, frontm s to (; prime merino. .owe, fromit Os to lts there, from 7s prime :lnon crossbred we rs, from 10s to lis nteftl and prime sho merino wethers from s Oil to ts. Fat Lambs.-S 40 were penned. The tltiply pro ed largely excess of require melts, and except m1ei f0"e picked lots of extra prilne quality tles were very dull, prices showing a decli of 1...
Some notes on the treatment of Milk. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 September 1893
SJ)ie n1otes on tipt treat ment of milk.. (From the Australian Farm and Home). [Bur 3.. J. CHRISTENSEi, MIANSOER BUTTER FACTORY, YEA.] TlttERare lots of points connected with the treatment and handling of milk that require remedying very much. When butter fails to realise a satisfactory price, the blame is invariably placed on the shoulders of the factory manager. A manager is expected to turn cut a superior quality of butter, no matter lhow interior in quality the material supplied to himn may be. Directors and share holders should recollect that, unless a factory manager is furnished with good, sound milk, it is impossible for him tq manufacture a prime quality of putter. The foundation of good butter com mences with the feeding of the cows, and cleanliness and judgement in handling the milk from the time it is drawn from the cow until it reaches the factory or creamrery. As th!eexport season is about to commence, factory managers should make an effort, through the columns of the ...
Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 September 1893
Cricket Associatiqu. A MEETINGo of the County of Anglesey Cricket Association was held at the Railway Club Hotel, Seymour, on Tuesday evening when there were present Messrs D. E. Ryan (president), Worthington (Avene'), Raymsay (Seymour Railways), Ross (Seymour). Howe (Tallarook), Ililliear (Flowerdale), 1qrrett (Yea). and Dobson (Blroadford), secretary. Minutes of previoqs meeting were read and confirmed. Inwards correspondence was read as fol lows : From Dr Moss. Avenel. consenting to act as vice-president and offering a bat to the player who secures the best batting average in cup matches. From Dr Skinner, Broadford, acknow. ledging appointment as vice-president and forwarding donation of rz Is. The donations were received with thanks. From Traawool, applying to join the association and appoirtirg Air Lrghtfopt 45 delegate.-Application accepted. The rules were then gone through sepa rately, and were, after the making of a fewt alterations, fnally adopted. The rules of the greatest...
LOVE'S REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 September 1893
LOVE'$S RE'IX. Will you love me when I'm old 1" Asked the husband of his bride. " When the fires of life grow cold, And there comes the eventide, Will your love still keep alive P Will you constant be and true !' (He was rich and fifty-five, She was gay and twenty-two). Then she slailes, and made reply, And her voice was clear and strong I will love yon till you die If you don't hang on too long."
DEATHS ON THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 September 1893
DEATHS ON THE STAGE. r o of There is one department of stage craft. it of seems, which the prevailing realism of the w day has as yet hardly touched. This is the b1 representation of death as? disease. The D reason in the case of death is simple. Dr fo Cyrus Edson, Health Commissioner of the City of New York, tells us all about it in a very interesting article in the new number of m the "North American/ Review" (Bren. tano'0). es TILE ENIr-cATIC ('TIrAr.A*TE'R OrF I'L.. P DATII. t On the stage, a death is generally the P climax of the action, and a climax must be o dramatic. but death in reallife (if the bull h may be pardoned) is distinctly not dramatic : E -Nothing is more common than to hear a from the pulpit pictures in words c of excitement, of alarm, of terror, of the 0 death-beds of those who have not lived E religious lives, yet, as a rule, if these pie-. tuhes are supposed to be those of the unfortu-. i nates at the momentof death, they are utterly false. In point of fact, ...
Goods and Parcels. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 September 1893
Goods and Parcels. :o: Goods.-McLiesh, Dairy Coy., Donovan, Parker. Parzels.-Gilchrist, Stephenson, Prescott, Kerr, Lonargan, Pearson, Trezise, Sampson, Jones, Neill, Reid, Forbes, Blair and Agg, MIcLean ~jobsoq,
THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. AN INTERVIEW WITH BLACKHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 September 1893
THEl AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. AN INTERVIE\i WITII LLACKIIAM. MIr J. M'Carthy Hlackhamr was in good lpirits at the conclusion of the second day's match against Kent. The Australians stood in a good position for winning, anc con sequently the captain of the colonials walked into the Tavistook Hotel at Covent (:arden with a very agreeable ex pression pictured on his face. He chatted freely on the prospects and fortunes of the season, which has not turned out so favorable to the Australians as they might have wished. "Yes," said Mr lilaekham, " we have had plenty of ups and downs this sea son, and we may have more before the end. .First - class cricket is com posed of ups and downs, and I never make any boast of what we may do until the season is over. Nothing is so uncertain as cricket. At the same time we are not disap pointed at the show we have made in Elng land this year. Some of the newspapers are writing as though we only had a second rate team, and were not up to anything in par t...
Court of Petty Sessions. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1893. (Before Messrs. C. M. Ross and P. Kenny, J's.P.) CLAIM FOR DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 September 1893
Court of Petty SesJons, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 75, 9.93, (Beforne Messrs. C. hi. Ross and P. KSnny, .l's.P.) CLAIM FOR DEBT. J. NOULt v, Tames Dickson, clair for goods sohl and delivered, £8 los. lod. Mr. Whelan for plaintiff and Mr. Hassett for defendant. *Mr. Noble, sworn, said that he was a storekeeper and that )ickson was indebted to him in the sums of £8' os. ;od. Had asked for payment and had been refused, defendant stating that he only owed half the amount. Cross-examined by Mr. Hassett : You say on November 17th you sold Dickson a cross-cut saw at 13s. Qnly sold him one saw. Sold him 4} lbs of tobacco during one month, on one occasion. Account for difference in prices charged for matches by fact that matchn vary in prices. If defen. dant swears he only owes £4 17s. he swears falsely. To Mr. Whelan: I am prepared to admit there are some slight errors in the bill. The saw hegot was for hiipself and was not for another man. James Dickson, sworn. said he got two bills. Did not smoke ...
North-East and South. NOTE[?] AND GENERAL [?]IRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 September 1893
northuEast and South. NOT- ANQ GENE4L IRS. - " under ast wev date-. orrible discovery of the b. ; V es come to light; and someone has evidently been running a child graveyard of their own at the details of which the heart revolts, and a Blaze of indignation takes possession of tsoul. But there is one question I hope will Ibe forcibly drawn ..inn to; and that is why should not women be Ihanged as well as men for such atrocious crimes P Only one woman has ever been hanged in this colony, and she was hanged p many years ago in Melbourne Gaol for the murder of her paramour. . could tell an interesting story of that execution if I had time and Space. Then, as yoq may remember in - the blalkin case, in Sydney, the man was hanged, hut the woman was not, although ,he deserved a murderer's doom, as much as her husband. Are we getting senti ;nental ? Are there pot some women in the world witlh as diabolical hearts as men 7 Experience shows there are, and it is a moot point whether this mistak...