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Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

When Walter Scott was a mere youth as began collecting all sorts of onut-of.the iy ithings. On the wall of Ihis "den" were sung a cabinet of Scotch and Roman coins, a claymore, a Lnchaber axe, and iBroughton ' saucer, which was hooked up under a pic ture of Prince Charley, the young 're tender. The snueer had a history. Mr. Walter Scott, senior, was a lawyer. One autunmn, a sedan chair, deposited, at a cer tain hour every evening, a person at Mrs. Scott's door,carefutly mufnlfled in a mantle. Ile was immediately shown to the lawyer's pri vate room,;where ihe remained a long time. Mrs. Scott's curiosity prompted her to ask ques'tions which IMr. Scott sewoild not answer to her satisfaction. One evening when she heard tile hell ring for the stranger's chair to carry hint ofi, she entered thle private roman with a salver in h!er hand on which were two cups, saying that as tile gentleman had sat so lolng thte wouli he better for a dish of I tea. Tie strantger.) l,"rson on f dislinguishld...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XXIII. A SACRED TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

CHAPTERTI XXIII. A. &%CItEc TIlUST. When Clnerhs Willhrfore told lis mother ilnd tMary Bllakburi that evllillng that hIt was going to visit Shridan's farm the fol lowing day, anId al) itnfottod themti wlhat the oblject was the girl Ibegged to Ibe allowed to :compitany them and ihave ailther look at her old hotte. ' I do so along to seO the old plate," stlu said, with tears in her ryes. "It is a very short dil?talcet frIom the fllrm to which yo are going, and while yo" ar' there I could nut Over to the ithouse.. I knotw all tlhe country about there, at least I used to know it," slite added, "'nod it cannoIt h ell:ctlaged illuch.1l yet." She pleldetld so earnestly. :o loot pittously, thl:t Wilberfore at length said: " Of coil?u, 3lit, yII ha?tv only to say tlat yot wiitli t go, and I will Ie h:appy to talke yo, ibt I1 would roather it was OcI it lif like lhat flllw Sheloridan, and his omtilpaion is till wor.s. But as we may not lhave an-. other oplprlturity for orl.) time, I w...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Kilmore News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

U iifliort News. .·-- Trie KIll:re Gieral Seejiovs, Cmurt of %::--i and Coutty C, urt vill be held on the 15t0 lrox. TI, lýt ,-:Y fr i.ninrg su0i.! in.sest is Munday, 'ill inist. A creattter in connecltion with th:e Vic t,)rl:L Cio.evlery C,.. has been open I Iat Itrraiitgoiiut n apiears to 6 very ý,ie eCrsfill. A inrl:lr if hlIral ra i iunts hi-.v takin shurs in 6h ,eto"Ulmy. An avilent ccecurrý I at L:veze wherc by a lii'bluig man ntired MDoliabl in Sflicited a veiny ty gash in his left foot by an axt,, which .,essiltate.l hi- rcinm?ni t, tthe lrib.iiurne: H,,spital. Iie lhas been enmployed sncrI, utting oin thel Hen. J. A. Wallace's Iprnperty. le au as c oirf a number of irin thEt wcre csnit here about three monthis ngo Ifro Melbournie forLi;ng a parly of the uu nmtleyed. Saice the MIertint State Sehool has bo.en clo.edl the cbillren who uied to attend there have Ieen Iroight to lieveridge schoul, the 1)partlientc unleritki:ag to pay the parents sixpence 1t r chili fir each day o...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Goods and Parcels. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

Goods andl Parcels. :o: Goods: MclIish, Egan, Brodie, Watson, Conas, Bidstrup, Sheahan. h raucis, Mac Lvod, Dairy Coy..Trezise, llibbinc. P'arcels: Abley. Millard, Johnston, Collins, Mcl ough, DavislDottell, Dqrean,'Clvnesnd.

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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MARRY THE SISTER FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

sl ll' 1 itla ll' lil ).ill11 l ()1.1-1 '1'H : ITE lO T att Z~ l llllY' I' t ltl Sb] I l I tt.'ell Il irt l om i iit idlttg lll* I i )\·:l t lc I *ii*1 · emilt lint'e: eisti'i the Ne' t~eA i,,n.inst the culdrediy aoi al Is.ttol1 h ineyii''i g the eidit~r fis s iivh"ai tIhuey hiL tioulnu l ti' i'irl. iie.y tIwa cii'h rulr il"I and lh'a %,:,it Ih " 1wr Io ,h,, ano then si ud th Io g o ra tl"t I::" Ir)'tlns tohs reea te ow Al Itec ;ttbe. i"It have h en avoided he Maort) ing tit' stator lie .t o h e o 1 * Ati cing'N' niei !c mci he idea i etiil'l ie ·llice Lileli'i lii', ·l n~lr ·l~n Ic ii is its you see iiat, fllo -s toss the lull Ci liely lu i le i,.'1 A yhciie .uiceah liiuyt' c snui, di' his nay,. Silo "fii'ire fus like yo" n nicie l'le -i licgh, .seteeild, iid sitopedC auttitiotti' ine the audticice.

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Cricket. BROADFORD V. WALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

Cricket. BROADFORD V. W'ALLAN. TItESE teams met for the second time this season on Saturday last on the local oval, Waloan winning by S9 runs. The weather was rather warm, and there was but a moderate attendance of the public. J. Cummins VWallan) won the toss from MacDougall (Broadiurd), and decided to send his men to the wickets. .1. Cummins and . lladfield opened to the bowling of II. Fothergill and Trezise. The innings was an interesting one, and it was not until 78 runs were coam piled that the \Vallanites were all disposed of. R Stockdale, who played a first-class innings for 29 not out, was the highest scorer ; the next highe.t being J. Cummins 13, H. \Vorley and W. M.cCormack 12 ach. On the locals going in to bat it was mani fest they were going to undergo a repitition of the previous match, fer they could do nothing whatever with the dest:uctive howl ing of C. Munro and I'. Stockdlue, and the innings closed fur the sm.il t..tal of 26 runs. (i. Sheppard and E. Trezise being t...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HIS BUSINESS WAS WITH THE OLD MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

Is BUSIINESS WAS \IrTII TillE OLIF MAN. "Onl, I'pal," the said, with Ita Il-h, ' youni J 11?. CllEtnllt, ho o?in;s m Ilaily coal inui itua 0 ntunii3liiiii, is comii;ingiugii oi': l ul'lt hoi l n . l iti m i.'l. u ii eilll 'i lii sai-Jtl " 'l'ols?, I LnoOIiw u dtt h unollg mui a lat uv auoLnig.M. Ch.luut cU*l.? o helu ...u _..i .. pont, al orce. " Mr. IIrhdriik.'," IhI, sai.l Ihily. "T wa, t. iask you if you uhave !kid in ytour u iuteru stunc of cld."

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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FIXTURES. TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

FI XTURiES. TO-MORRJ\IO"S tMAT:.tAES. lrnadford v. Tallarook, at Tallarook. The following players have been selected to represent flroadlord :--Maclougall, Hardy, Iixon. Craig. Trezise, FIuthergill, Iluban, Temple. Sheppard 2). Ileid, Harrison. For the benefit of those w to are unable to pro vide their own means of conveyance, we wou!d state a train leaves at 1.2o p.m. Dec. so--litoaford at Seymour. Jll. 7-Tallarook at Ilroadford. .Ian. :4-Yesa at Broadford. Feb. 4-iruoadfurd at Yea. We are requested to state that members, and persons w.ishing to join the Ilroadford Cricket Club. can procure member's tickets from the Captain jMr. I). MacDougall), or the llon. Sec. (Mfr. E. I. Dobson), on paymn..t ot a subscription of 5s. The livM.ion on the n,-.,.ntlience motion wcs taken a few minutei al0.Ier l0 o'clock, and sh ow,d I tmemtlbers voting with the Govern. m nt. ntd :Is a.,ainst it. 'lsera was great cheering when the result twao made known by le Spelaker, :n11 the l11use ndj turned iun...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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A TALKING CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

A clevier lir-oft ill 5. I'e. ?iesbig lli arail??ed anll l tnc ion ex. ;hihitin :l tl,'cl. Lillei ai piiun lliiitph ittacheina thli11 wily reieat at, ll hour T (l , terut lin . to ti) .. I1 at. aiii. .l" iiy Ihe co'lel llittl u toI i II i? iletu o' rll e t1 hlll h llly ? llll ' til.. It jll ~o 11 II lI.. ired ? nL ll l ' Il lI i ll uI hin a lm-uIt IIohIk i 1L 111.ery ilU' . t ,IHle ) lilm t nielIc I ol llid e 1 id tor ay, "lll lh ile ll, tl i t o1l hl( l get. i h;. sIrllis slir ly, ml i l dI.I not l hd .1"11 tI In th" thile fliui is, I wi rl lulll , a huwinh i fine, iannunieni.ut of thlni Ihinti, n+ we1 ll as whny 'Iiectioii liat iii3e lie left with it.

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Commercial. LIVE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

C(ati2l erli:l. ---:o:-- LIVE SToI)t& IEPORT. 'PFr StEE'. - The market wnA natsi heavily supplied, :10,000 having been yarded. A large prT.,pttlion oniisted l if Inedlium to lsaefll -qualintie, with only a moderate sprink. ling of prime. The hot neather presailiag Friday and Satmtaday lest provented the the trade from hilling: the greater portion of the supplies on hand, whilch cansed a general dispol?sition On the part of buyrei to operate ileviud reqilirements, con sequently prices ruled 64 per heeal under Slast week's rates. For owes o\ all Ieseerip ltien anrd smal! lots of inlifferent wetherit salR awere especislly dilticlt to quit at qto. tatinns. Prime cra!shrd wethers fromn 1ls (14 to 12, a few to i's fI ; prime crossbred ewes fromfrom 8s to lts il ; ntinla merino wethers from ss i0 I to OIs i ; extra do do from 10s t tto 0los 6t; goo i do ao fritm s to Ss; inferior front dis; primln mrino ewes from 5s toies. FAr I.Aes.--ll,500 were penned. Ow . . qs-:?o^ .hesry suppl...

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HE CAVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

111? IA VIlI). \1'i: vere goinlg thltoi h ('l . ti",n- , n.nl n -olut Ils e entered tll l l e b t lln '.-: mIIIIIoLi n . II ear with uo, begin to talk. "& 101t ionit t-overntment for nee,' he ,waI yi? I?g, " ? tI w .nt , Il ,l o tlt. Ihi countrl y ni- " l i'k no I 1rat. 1 tell yolu. , genlueme. I, I1 never (lit bIelieve in etti'?inti g v?illernm- nt ; w.i1n t a 're all light in tIheir tlu e lt - r thloC - l, b ut ' hIn11 it C o ll e , t o Ito t -s At this mo.? l-nt l- Ihei tll lo.ti. Vnl, and through7 the wht.e if .e?lf.l a n t lue.-vbi:gedl, -oliocluldt l nio tii 4rt-tnt Ld her.elf. " t l, lIt o n l, Iit ,i t, I oi le Ii g ,tiio',i moked abouiit (eouh. omll?ll iel. into t sleeeper. It m.(!.t..e l i'k aidl dtizy to iay ilre. (ull, hirry l T (," and bleo h?hl Alh?, h ."r a l l lhil-t -he wiaitelI .1Anl Ililanu ltkly tolloh ed her, un lii a .ingl (rotet, agalsn th.: holnu irticln ot ,it icoat + tlvernl ?nl.

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LEPERS PROOF AGAINST ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

IEI'EI{IS I'I?1 F Ali'INST l'1;"1 . T~itI'lrY. "lDow; al. Ionolulu,"11 sa' H, ry 1II.Irt ln nowl,1, "1 haul a hIa'ery andl ~iL {...k| he ihn,,.ocent lian .l., un1h tIh. 1.I Ira1 , 441 IIe liv4e-doll((' . t ,4n1 e. l e : Thal i., I'1d l-'e the pllelw inll t j r;lti of wal?tl 1c n ,(1.('led 1111 a ll t baLttr'y. 'l'hel1 , 1I ,' .II Oh'. .ic vtI.'- 1, '. 1h1t 41 t,(of lt e jar ra l If.11 Ihellh 4.i.dlh, . II ,. ut hc "e " .u of th.- .1141 4 4 al 1441-.411:14, 111 couir." the 4444444.1 1141.ir 1:4444- "1:4."1 I 1-4 wat 0-r IIIth c1nou:1 ..o 1mulnIrl,'., 11t 11 4.44_0-(':, woubt1 14- n11tibl1d 411,) : il 414."y couldn't iotourb Ihr,, worw'v if thuen 1.01 III':. 11; d 111 1l' i11h 11 ItllillL : it. I 1 nI l ' n llnny a lilt. \?lc l rr ih , llll~ · al: I ,I '· tl.',ll l(l li.,_*,,r1·.? }*?.fllll| }ii(llllllfl| \1I loll :lll~l ll ,'y lau.h and aclhiewl .111i.e a ? eptie?lionv amow* thi llle 4111 a w11·· 1 "ho (1111(·)1(1?· I the(1h vilw in (Ih wntcr. " ()lelay alh 111 -11.ally?l:oung 4,h......

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HIS BROKEN SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

HIS UiOKi: N ISL:EP'. 1~urm individual has a ife alto is counrcIhntly afraid olf burlku.-s, il : lpite of tlhe lct tha:t sie hai never eitI onei inl her ..1.... ..... . a ..,. ...y, h... . 1lili. y i rl.lr1? l '., :Ill( ilt l'll·hrl thaiicta tlihet ever got i. toi it f.ti?lr, houti'e. If thie watch dtog turte .\l out in th. dining tor ; where he is ch.,iml I ,-,?c, the -il'tv r. she -it. bolt upright in h*ivt :d listons with both cats tint a lit' , i ."' hli, ut. If thedu g "_ wl, i little i I : i ..i , -he leap front h. t. he , iruthe ti" ..< I }tn-h0and cni otter waking ,,i· no. , , Ii l iil- th,it ttlo e il U Lt be buril arll Io the houiiI She 1,1" t''w' on a ' e( 11 ev' nng oll -r bomblir mctei.crliti ice dokelic to take a Itp. Af\ir :e ,:-A etccoe site :: ,: , i hatd ;iol s dll i wi tl it . S11e it ilt tI. iei- Ui(i i ntttli uot ini h ,el.nIthlre ric hcar.t ,auk ndl throblul ;,s it svalli. I?,u1 she heli d lo it a btecs on the ltliii toill . ite .cci:iie ip1-'lbotnid...

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A STRUGGLE WITH A MADMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

\ STHUGGULE \\'1TI .A MAIMAN. It was in the bI?eginnin of tlle fifties tiltl .Sil RPiclhard ----, tI well-known director fI severnt importanlut railroad lines, started on 'is journly to Lonldon. There twte everni passenglers in lhis copllllartllnmClt, ttttl canIcer. naltion became general. However, thu gentletman oplioite hil chielly engrossed Inlls attention. ]lu spoke well, evlen brilli:atlv, and exceptintr that the topic.s Ie converseti on rarely sehilfted frontt f.llly afiairs, o one could have iotieed unythilg particular. When the train na'ivt.l at \\ltftltld. nlllly t?.rtssgl:tersgOt ou1t, is thlr wil Ito Clo IIIl)tppe bettenll I herelailud Lotdoln, and Sir Iiclthtnl 5-- ftutlnd tl tint-tel itlul with his ris.t-ri1, which did not 1le0-o hies over llllUch. itn fact, his cotlllt i'l had pl okll s~oedrll itllne Iiso co h ilt I1latndutll, that Ilhed l 1,1 lf detlermliled toI, de~-cI null ;;et illot tuther coulnp rtthiL l, 1.1ut, Ilnt , fe?l in; that ilfltts all it wa. s Olny Illia...

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AN UNEXPECTED SEQUEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

AN UNESt'LU1t.JI " SI QU:L. IT it w|ll-niglh implotnsi?b fir nt Ito tulerstubl the imettal stale of -uinil.i . A, MIr. llamterlto tdells i, IWe ahvlnis ,,I. lit onle of twLo mi.takes? either te ,onclin that tho beasts have great kntl,doIt . iheellse they arle o clever, tor e'Ie owr It aI that they mutt be stupidI, bhcaw"a they a. so ig?lnlrllllt." It certainly isa n gleant errr to IIt-am tllhat they haloe i k1 owledlge like lht whchI 1sn 11ha attained tlhrough 51tnc"tc ,iIll ed 'cation. the lsOg?.ltiletl tows ci the lInn it e nIIII'I llr ae lrestive 0that, theys NtI1n IsI 1 ,' la.. mill;ted , haviny a itff bei- ith, 1hi: .. b to it h I di?lt fact.e, to untt?ae tlat. t Lm ,ilt helrnti g lto hies ro. hart dui. Thnie lamao, f'sth .vith oline111e he it.I. r et.a,. ami .? i?t , it, withl hay. \Vle., t110 Ip lraliondllo t t. o l1 Il,:ll d, w eI llllll i t1 I ! the llly-· :l f - hI l neither Il,: oll r 11 , l",1 ; w h,",l - upon it oe iriled to tis that it io, ai pllw lthe1 I I t e!llllln ...

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HOW ANIMALS BEAR PAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

1OW AN.?I.L? BEAt 1'.A\N. O-Eojf the imost laithetic thin;:- is the t,.lnr ill whi'h te :lillltu kiz?dom etetdures =aib-rin,. (Ta e hurse., fur in lanece, ill Iittle.. After the iiht eock of a wound they mIoke no olund. "they l ter tie .wllali wtllil I molue, W onderingII oullllriCllle, nIarl if at ni:.hit yto hlar it wild :grroan from the hiatleelicld it it oin from their lttlisi.-?e their loss of that hlnnsy complt a ionhil, wlhich stes absolulely" iril?l aesbleh to thi.e comlfort of ilol?le-i itall ,tl ?l al 'ITh, dog will carry a IbrIked leg fir iday wistfullily tuot utnicsp lnitiigly. 'Tihe cat strickeni t ?te t-ticek ler to, oitr i ght i loie trali from Which it gnaws its way to trceidotl, rcawi to somle icecct ltteo andi beirs in ,iltere lpal iln which we toutl not eulrde. Sheep and other oattl meeo t the thrn-t. of the butchers knife withoutt a sound, andIelen cin oelon poultry tnduret intele agony witihout complaint . The dovel. -Ihot lti death, flies to some far-off tough,...

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V.R.A. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

V..A. Antnual leeting. Tue. closing contestsof the annual rifle matches took place on Saturday at the 1\'illiamstown ranges, and included the most important of the military contests. The weather was fine as long as the different matches were taking place, but the puzzling fish fail wind which blew from the rear made high scoring difli cult. Notwithstanding this drawback, however, the shooting was as a whole" better than last year. The united Ser. vice Match, with a challenge shield, presented by Mr. M'lfyde. M..L.C,, the 1,resident of the Melbourne Rifle Club, was won by the rifle clubs, the infantry coming second. The Battle |Firing Match attracted a lot of attention, 27 teams competing, and their fire generally w'as well concentrated. The victcrs were the II. Company, Ist Regim:nt, first team, the permanent naval forces coming second. An interesting competition between the veterans, or members of the forces prior to October, t883, also took ,i·,~,

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Subjects of Thought. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

DabJects of Thought. Society is the atmosphere of sonle; and we eeAentsrily imbibe from it something which is either in!fetious or oalabrioue. The society cfvirtucunpercns is enjoyed beyond their company, whila viotcarries a sting isto Eolitode. The society or company you keep is both the indeicatian o your c?bracter and the former ot it. In viiouosoociety, you will feel yeur reverence fcr the diotates of con sieence wear nof, red that name at which angels how and devils tremble you will hear contmnced and burced. The Eible will sup pily :eisiat'i.s for unmeaning jzst or impious buffooeery ; the concquenoo ci this will be a praseical deviation fota virtue, the principles will beso e ,pped, the fencea of conscience broken down; and when debauchery has corrupted the character, a total inversion dii to, e place, and the sinner will glery in his eLh're. 702?a in; draw? s c ·rer to others thna a dis?e;y r;! n 51-cu d l;oo nl?ture and kindly ib..rir. iv:tinct dliscriminutes be tween the r...

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Learn to be Self-Reliant. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

Learn to be Self t'liat. I People who have been boleotrcd r"p all their livej are seldom aond for an tt:'h: in a riois. When mnidf t::ore corn:o lohok around for ?m?rbo,:y to cl:: to ;r ,.:" upon. Once down they a:r utterly hbei 'os. and can never ficd their flet n again wi0!:lt aeeistance. Suod cilken eiluowe no I:: ore re semble sefl.ooade men who hae' laugh; their way to poe;tio:o, roelin di:;boltoe their stc!pping etn:ce, ?'.i dSivoin? th l. l:.:0;;tion frorm defeatr, t!ha3 hbshe rerlemable, ::o:u. It is unwi..m to deprive younl men o-t tho advantan- ca which rJault trom ;, ,-Toc0T nr'. tion by booutiig them over obetacle. v I -h they on::;t to Le able to onm:untr ,l:.':o. Did a man ever learn to Fowim 0il il wh placed hin whole uonfideneo i ii co;o jo..et ? Th:i asieitanCe may be of .adanta, . for a few lesrons, but lhe who would loonru to car0 for himself must cast ajide all such eup ports. Young menk,work, strengflon your :::Iral and rmentl faculties, as yo would .0~'tor.ve:r...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Evening Amusements. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

E'mri:l:: Aotnoa'U tHIo'. 1. LIwyc.--The chiltr n (or yor?n or.r: chocso rnrtnere. They tr .'". '?r.oi-: H .r oide in' a ci'?~r, 't.l otCO 7O1 1:. c?,nOr, wo0i:0 ;:.0.0 quli:ions, suh sa: "0'tln t.re you goir'g home'." " How old are y.u jo" or ,r:,y Laty c,:,tion. The one of wrme th1 a q.a:i'an 03 a?."eo is not to o?; anything, hu Los p': ::uor or "'lar-yr," smowars. Any UUo CLa.k;; a mil;fike trekes theu prcs cof :Io qu l.,ticur. ii. Sylrne.--E:.ch tlaycr ib I cn t?h :ta: Oi some 0 city or violage, l e e, cil3-iar:t, S.udhourol, :.O teep Saep .dn y. T,, :,la-er :.Ott centre esC', ' My kitec is ":'': 'r Adelaio to Melbourne." in iuriiei; the !:rrn.: so9 named enange places .::.:: t e.2tre p.i fr rit a S to gf0 O e c t0 Ic) eC.L:C. oohen '" yvdne" is i'lla they all conat ra:.ts. Whoen ll the piatcros hev' b?L: ;n the flour t:h: saa is fiic:!. 3. GoLvip.--A lavns t0he rt1e:: c and another cltser, it, ;oO to cabh pcr-'Cn in th r oom h=ing his opinion of the absent o:e. Afte ,:acoh rver...

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