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A Japanese Room. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

A Japanese Roomt. There is nothing eo suggestively cool in summer ans mattin for a floor covering, and now that matting is woven in pretty fi-ures, in imitation of tiling, and tbhe plainness of a broad, white expanse done away with, one finds that a very cheerful and airy room can be inexpensively furnished with matting as the foundation for most things. First, the floor ie covered with a pattern in blue dia monda or green-figures measuring from eight to ten inches in length. Then around the wall, just above the washboard, a pl.in matting is tacked for a dade. Upon this can he painted Japanese designs in storks and tall water grasoes, flecks of flyinr birds, water-lilies, temples, in fact all tastefu! and artistically conventionali-ed designs. I should not repeat any one thing evoetly but vary every figure around the room. Tnren the window shades are matting rolled up and caught with loops of manil!a rope, tbo ends of which are ravelled out and made intn pretty, wavy tassels. Window...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cooking Recipes. PRESSED CHICKEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

Cooking Recipes. Pn1:SSED CHICKEN. The day before it is needed, boil the chicken till very tender, remove the boneo, gristle, skin and fat; boil the gravy down to a cupful to one chicken; add a little butter, pepper and salt, and one halt cop of gela tine dissolved in water. Pick the chicken into small pieces anl heat thoroughly in the gravy, then put in a pan and lay a light weight upon it; slice cold. Il?-SED Eos. Arrange the bake cancer, on a tin and eat in oven till hot; put a emall piece of butter and a spoonful of cream, milk or water into each ; break in the eggs, being careful not to disturb the yolks or soil the edges of the saucers , sprinkle pepper, salt and grated cheess over the top; let bake till there is a, go, d pearly fim over each, but do not leti thom harden. IDAED CUSToRD. Two tablespoonfuls of flour beaten witlh two eggs; one pint of milk and sugar to sweeten ; flavor with nutmeg and bake. ORAsoE CUSARtn. Cut up sweet oranges, piece in a dish, pour, over them a ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General Gatherings. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

Genelral Canthlerltgs. The Malharsajh of aukhapoer has jcst marr ed his forty-seventh wife I The beauty of Catherine of Russia, it is said, consisted in her green eyes. Fiftgen thousand of our ecldiere in India are tee?tualiers. Customs were collected upon moreban. dise m n Egland under Ethelred II., in 979. It is said that nearly five million persons in the United States depend far their living on the sale of lquor and tobacco. Files wars a very early tool with handi. loraftesmen, and are mentioned in the Old r iTestament (I Sam., xiii. "21). 1093 n.o. An estate in Notts was cflered for sale recently at the easy rate of fiftten poundsper acre, but there were actually no bide. hlthcogh it is not so long since there would have been plenty of ofiers at three times tne price. Grapes were first cultivated about 1270, and prevtously to the reign of Edward VI. were brought in large quantities from Flasdere to Enloand. The vine was intro duced into Englanod in 1532. The wholo world is prog...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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CHAPTER XXVII. CAUGHT AND LOST. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

CHAPTER XXVIr. c'GfllIT AND T.OSr. The pur1u.:4 in this ra: 1ll little chance .trekittl at :i· e.n ~ rned to leave him: :,nol ,lho.ugh inl open rolllttr it is saidt that f;:r ei.lkn, wini)ie the very exiec of hid Stnlt.- ill the lel ,s ll.ru rtanle lis. pro gmi"-. . Iti ,el. h timelf ,gait:-t the ,most ioehtinal:r p.,hlc.-. au.n had freiIuetitly t.. re ItrIt' it few e:."p, which ls.: lt it prTeiout ri few tie" illl of s-llpri-., r wer.*ie. tilnpt ti.l... ..... Tr.;,y selet...id thi : .:a-h.-t liaces to oll.,w the. tra-hhti fu'h+'ii in trout tund. whithin l mhuit's frit th,. time le tlied. he wty in th nsp of the -rgeat and t h de-e te, tic 'i--. }.pi- t td stru.giliig like a drown i ; ; itna llo. L Whate-ver lt you mtnr: fi,,w." pantted IAne. l,1 *,.reanlt. '" try-ih, tl, rut a?rwl like that W.\, didh't twait Ito a.t0 ou,n if that is whait you wrl,er afraid of." "l\ilat dio null wat tnlll,?" ti te Ian - Yml ktw very will that I. :n not at heusl.tl, forlie ret lle warie thalt tllt Wi...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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CHAPTER XXVI. WHAT THE DOCTOR FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

WHlAT TrltE OCOI: r OtD. The tuinn ,a ri-ing aolve the tree-top. as the party -iaglin eterln tie hit for the pur pose of removing the injured nim. Hilton, who had loan delirious during tCi night, w;as now fas-t emin," to hi. s : the docltor s:aid, althouglh he :r? .till nii rimi abont gold. Plhilit," the patilnt near the cnmup fire, so that he moifhit ive h.i.umie mueh-tneeded nourt.litettt. the doito-r na,kel Wiilbeerftire to agauin look at him, and at the first hlanee it thulshed nars ?the young aiit tt tiithe lwr.mn he looked upon was the ilueer uhd man lie had seen at Car;nrtllre. IHe could not recolt-et. the man''s etine. Iut the longer he looked at the stnmgtly-marktI l fare the more rotvtced heI was that hit s snn Spiction was oroamt. *" I feel quite reritin I hirve met thislman," io satid. '" It w;tas stlom? mIllolthls ago. it Carl. rlllor ldll I cannot llllli re1omlt Lis nms ine .....ruic ttre. utntel Mftleolt, mould identify him ln~y"0ud dluht." "ulint what hriois courh au...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] The Fatal Treasure. A STORY OF THE BLACK FOREST. IVAN DEXTER. CHAPTER XXV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

I ALL IGilln I:a.ISEriVE. The Fatal Treasure. A STORY OF THE BLACK FOREST. I VANIAr DEXTER. CILPTER XXV.-CoTr[x?)-. " You eall hav a better look in the mnoni ing. This flick;ringl enarlle-light is daecp tive. Waitnltil daylight olr me..," tlr dl tor alnswaard. " latlr dlo yol thiin!k of Ima, dlwctur:-" the lawcer askal. ** Well, it will lie tow..tl ntgl p with him. IHe is ba:lly lhurt aml., hciig. an al, l1 n,::. the raaclies, areei:. liýa llime. lie mliaghlt retveror but I doiln't thin: ."o. To-iiihilt will acile one way or tie oither. arnl I will d(, what lit tle I can for lim." It w.as arramA tia;t senrmtr shoulld be ponstantly it: attendance upon lth. inaesible minu. anai that, if lr shower d .-igiisf 'morac tire life tlianai at plnsent the dia.tor sltuaild at tle lire call<l d. The remacinudcr io the prarty were not in elined to p-.le the nighlt in the fatal hut. A rlrme serie?rl t11 llave falle n oit. al it w!as a1tnimulaiel'y OVccitil t, lmnke :a g1 l fire by the v...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Original Poetry. GLENARTNEY.—A BALLAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

Origillal Poetry. GLENARTNEY.-A- BALLAD. Oh. the knight of Doon left his native town On his courser fast and fleet. Thro' woodland shades, and sunny glades, Thro' dell and dingle deep. O'er mountain way he rode all day His lady love to greet. At the fall of night, he came in sight Of his lov'd lady's bower, That loomed on high against the sky "'Twas Glenartney's rocky tower, Whose master true, with tihe bold Buccleucl Fought in Scotland's troubled hour. In the forest deep ihere the slot winds weep HIls courser he left alone, And up the mountain side his way hehied Over fosse, crag, and stone, To the postern gate, whcre fair lady Kate Kept tryst to the knight of Doon. \et aever that knight in broad daylight Had set foot in Glen.srtney's hall, For the feuds of old thro' the mind still roll'; Of (;lenartney's master tall, And in joy or gloom, with the Earl of Door, In his mind they linger'd thro' all. Yet they never knesw how their children twi Kept tryst at the postern gate, For. woe-...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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EDWARD IRVING. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

EDWA\ .11 II VIXU. IN an iurtitle t11 the E1:1h'lard irvi;. celtent. ary, the "I'reh.tci tia " hgie- the foh?owing. atctunt of the .lo-i.,l day- of a remarkable career:-T'l'hexutrllllt of ?r :I (Ia one o i-klitieatnd I?eclttio.t foIr I lat! I 'rving. 1[Iar teed. wirn, ballile in hii n mn t ntacr d t,.i,: tor th, re .inratitun f th: great i?inylha in whiIch Ihe dwelti. raohd biy thi r li t Io u !?i: , in t! a ii: inle Iby the tir.es, the great prtitchetr aet e?]l i soeet iin tile etreet- or pLrk-. IIi- raive hair Iheratte hoary, ailt his eye glea:ned with a llu nitlltit lihiltt. A hectic Slpt, en hisl pclt chlck hetuayted the fire that \wai b?nll' ing at hi- heart. In. the anttam he ine onit 1 iiii?-,ni to ticoitlai I, and fromin the begin. nine iof _?eei ir)ere' no iiut ifroin hie bed. Oil Sabiath, tihe n7th oif thait gloiiomy toitiil, in the prtiecett: of hi- wife anil lmther ilanl ,iter, .Mrs. Itic??tii,, amd fuier-tii.law, thei Rev. iDr. Martin, Kirkialtdy, the igreat E?Idtlrd Ir...

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A TALK WITH A DIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

i 'llt m~l wotl gll.i It.o trll yw ilt-oihl olIn-'1 .ch. Nowat-lteo- otty irltoo lit-wt.'M itos to late-Ioollt'O;l : t i:ti., witlh o,: Ill w kueer, a. if they had bre's It:Mhny when the'y wi ele ldrowt l li il.l- I i llietl t shetl secnnythiu, in i . -u1:: l tcs- l. Ji anl yonet tflti .outn .u le ,irttoe.+ htt to ?t a livter cxcegplt t:rt:he divey-away firm Ihe truth."' "1i - there ttli y sttt i- li itll i'll ito lfthe arl t of livin-,,-I tmean goetl th oi jututlt- fiil, oil which y tu tiri o w i'ok !" No. Thati is to .. ;, no prtitl : sktil l ttki -tolly C;le. I Yl 'nt oti e itl0- l b le tfillt otir ifl 'i'o Il e ll f lif e ltf o f:I.uf , w l' it ::: if i Ilf dlll he pr:'es re ,l you w,' ul I'.." too a ide(l. linu the art of itslg l wton is - eillI. :tun?!l. The dress weighs a di'er I,,twn. You .,re, his shoe- weigh tweety p:mn~o1 ,a,'h. Then lie has lOt his 'lchest :a11 hlurk v t"ights of folrty iltols CI.; l J It- ll t I l it, hi., e ht'h uP andi collah are h,:eax . ThIe dr-,' r...

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SOME YORKSHIRE DALES [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

SOME YORKSlIIlE DALES ST will be somethilng ganined if tlle ni'nm of choler, lwhich is this year keerpli. numbers of Englislh people from tlihe Conli nent, lei:ul to a betIer klnowledgeo of our ow. land. The fasohion li! charn-s of Hetland and Vales l)do lt t. : Iny liae 'equire hluhiationl; a:1l the chinltS of leautifol Ire a:nd in this lhi. r of happily a'iwa'edliId interest,: and releedl h)(ile, itre F:fe i, the hntid? of her nlilly friel alls d Ilndmiretli oiln thi .itde of St. George s Clhalnel. It t Iw tIlI look thteelr lhol?n', nI it is tile puri.?O of thi: okoetcll to call :Ittentioll to a .i011t0 :hat unllderestiniated (listrict (if Entrhllld a'ct. ono of ni;l wIhich otld etlli-fy tlhe lio,1t enxiouiig nlover of the pituelrete. lt. 'i it i tile North "\'est p);-rt of Yorkshire, I ltt, especially which lies rightinwa ile the u ,ier iio.t corlner of olr lilrget couliny. (IlIe i it lni tll ld you will find it mllotttI with IIlouintinit, it 'lland intersected by I t rill dliiin...

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TOILET POISONS. ART VERSUS NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

TOILET POISONS, ARIT VERSUS ( NATURE. l I; fair but foolish wonmn who is either diesati.?lied with the- chlarmi: that Sature has be-towedl on ler. or who seeks a repair by artificial tomes;s lthe ravages of lis-iipatiso, late hour,, or dietary ilndis. :retions, ius, as a rule, absolutely no idea if the abominable thin:i.: that she ;s putting ,n her elin. Del)spite h i edtc.irc . words of cunlongly. isItructed :t lverrtl.iset., and their liue lhiiieo, mostly French or meaningle-s jar oll, nineteen out of over twelnty toilet jrticlesare nabolutely poisonous. Iy t way if ilhistratiing this :i -secition 1 lropo.o- here to give lh actu:al coimpositionl of some of the best knlow:n t:ld most widely oldohl of the toilet artiees ipl;one whicll silly wOmun llIaire accustomed to w:-to both their mlon'ey and the remains of the charms which they desire to repair. It is a very great pity that the peoplle who maake up the concoctions, whose destructive prollerties they conceal under Illuale whichi...

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Bric-a-Brac. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

Bri--a.,Ba-?c. S" i"zerlnd unonnuall: buys 25T,003,000 of" F."w h goo 1. A cricket match is likely to shortly be played between the lroadford and Glenmore cricket clubs at Glermore. The Russian War Department has or dered three fortress inltiltry bntttlioas, at Groduo, Lihaut, and Duenamntende, near tig.t, respp, ,?tivy. A Lill will shertly he introduced in the Frenc Chamber fr for kvying a military tax on all kfreigantrs resident inl France, at the rate of 4 per cent. on income or salary. Rejected Ietters cannot be returned under dey circumstances whatever. Correspon lents are advised to keep copies of.their stters, as this rule will be adhered to trictly. Tihe Russian Government has to its credit in lireign cuuntrll s 105,0(tt,1110 rou hies, of which there are £10,000.( ,000t'i Eng land, led,0tU0,000 marks in Gertmany, and 125,000.000 irauce in France. A farmer near llarrogate Iaes in his. pos. session a stack of wheat that is 47 yers. old. It has belonged to three generations rnf...

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Lecture by Mr. John Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

Lecture by ,Mr. John rule. -.--:o: VICTORIAN ALLIA?cc.-Under the ans pices of the local I.O.G.T. a lecture was delivered by Mr. John Vale. the secretary of the Alliance. The Rev. J. B. Reid was in the chair ; and several sacred songs were heartily rendered at intervals. The hall was about half full. The lecturer began by pay ing a high compliment to the township upon its excellent hall, in which he spoke for the first time. He described his day's work in fighting against some 4o aeplications in Mel bourne for colonial wine-slop licenses, only two of which had been grafted so far. lie proceeded to the subject of h's lecture, " The Triple Giants." The first wat" Falsehood." "This was the lie, that alcolol was 'good medicine for persons ii ordinary health.' Like as in the Punch aid July show, Mr Punch belabored the glýst, 2nd killed him several times, but hi: alwrys revived, so this ~evives again. "' lie' gets half round the world while truth is putting on her shoes. Blut this lie is w...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

Local and General News. -:o: IrPOusDtSG.-Impounded at Glenaroua, I skewball mare no visible brand. LEcGSue.-It is rumored that a branch of the Progressive Political League is to be formed in Broadford. SRIFLE MATrct.-The return rifle match 3 between the Yea and Iroadford Detachments of the V.M.R. is likely to be fired at Yea shortly. HoLI.DAo.-Mfr. McCormack, the local a station-master, yesterday week left for his annual holidays. Mr. Smith is acting as relieving station-master. UEETI?oG.-A meeting of the Co-opera tive Butchering Company will be held to morrov evening. Particulars of business will befound elsewhere. OrrFctCL VIstr.-Dr. Gray, of the Cen tral Board of Health, paid a visit to Broad ford during the week, and inspected the cemetery and also the new additions to the State school. SrocK SALE.--Messrs. Abbottand Wilson announce in our advertising columns that *they will hold their usual monthly stock sale at Broadford on Thursday, December tIth, at 2 o'clock, and request a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

THE UROADFORDS'y COURIER CICULATES IN Sunday Creek Sugarloaf Creek Flowerdale Tallarook King Parrot Creek Spring Valley Wandong Kilmore East Wallan \Vallan Pyalong Glenaroua Puckapunyal Seymour Kilmore Traawool Yea Heathcote Lancefiel* And Other Districts. { :EVERY DESCRIPTION OF Plain & Ornamental Printing EXECUTED on the SHORTEST NOTICE AT MODERATE PRICES, IN THE iJEATEST 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., &c., at The Courier Ofce, HAMILTON STIREET,1 BROADFORD. ANI INTERESTING LETTER 4 o ilA WaKRL-KNOWN SPECIALIST. DR."IEWE.LYN, who is duly Qualified 'Ld Registered, is s:r that by depating from the usual rou;ine practice and devo...

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EASTER ISLAND A STRANGE LAND IN THE SOUTH SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

EASTER ISLANDI) A STRANGE LAND IN Tlle SOUTH SEAS. 71f( IHAT h yas alitya been regarded as an Slt island of moiteri and wonder has been recently explored by an expceditio of the Smtithionmin Institiution, with the result if throwing a flood of light upon its history and the origin of the marvels of hliumn handiwork found there. This far-ooff pot in the mIidt of the l'aeilie goes far to realise in sober matter-of-ftit the deceription given by hider Hlaggiard of the imiitginiry kintldomt of Kor, once the residence of a umtnerons population, anlld aferwards an immense cemetery, its thou.sands of rocky caverns filled with the bones of mnouldrintz dead. Such, in t utoli, is the fatmous ]:aster Island, which has so long been a lrtzzeo to ethno logists and students of antiquity. Tablets of wood have been discovered, beting, inscriptions in an ancient lang'oige, which tell many surprising things, aml these, together with numerlus curiosities for the national mlnsennl, alnd II great amount o...

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Kilmore Hospital Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

IKilmore Ilospital Sunu ay.. IT Has been arranged by the lroadford Ministerial Association, with the consent of their respective vestries, that the surplus collections at morning and even .,g service upon Sunday next the tith ijnst., will be given to the above hospital. lather Farrelly, who holds the monthly service at the local Catholic ci apel, has also been petitioned to kindly do the same. The Salvation Army corps here will probably follow suit; and we ti ust our readers will avail themselves of one or other of these five channels of sllping one of the most deserving insti Lttions of our neighborhood. The following is a brief resume of the 37th annual report, dated 3oth June, tc92:-Matron, Mies M. A. O'Brien; Steretary and Superintendent, Mr. A. .1. Luckie, Medical Officer, Dr. Semple; Honorary Surgeons, Drs. Brock, Skin. ner, and Ray. Considerable building improvements have been carried out doing the year, and the hospital is in a thorough state of ,tticiency. The Building Fund...

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NINA'S INVITATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

SNINA'S INVITATION. O you knnw, Jack, that I have not riceiived a invitation: to you0 nother's dance :" said Niia tUamglat to , Ill, fair youni man, who was ist the acti of .otakil t La c oI f te from l llet 11:111h . i Havei I be1 c joeidcntally over :oked, or if the neglec" i,'nt:nt al:"' And .?:e ltoked him very straighlt ii the face with ai remiatkaly: ha:ln oie pair of grey eve.. .\ deep I;-h coames to .Jack' ingentous yol.g coltcellance, Iand ht lo.i Isthoroui]hly unconfortable and ii retti d.c "Ahl I see," iemuiks .M re. la igham, dryly, " it is intentional." Jack laoos helple-sly about him, trying to dr.a ins'pirati.o, fro'i everything in the room except the face of his ho-te's. "If Laly tIernteoodi ptits euch a .light on tme, it will set the lwhole counoty talking," purae Xill;a, her voice trenlblin', little, " 31:t I ha::\e quite enou,.h enemies as it it.": .tiek puti dttown his uniia-teui teatand staltes ohard at. the fire. No insiiitiiati hais collme at present. " I thin...

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BRIC-A-BRAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

O (OFE o: IS. i-to nt for 'r..-.i'ir'.e, • sac. .-:ntr?.v Lot,. in l,. " :urn,,'. .Il :la' "..--Ilnot fo; bfnl ig it, it l. "d'::, iut, fltr loo .ing t it, ::n! i :c ,i :. fn i , r?:'- if ie: Iandq their l 'l:iolls ;:: htl.:ic forll .c,. "'tits sales oflar leph-re-fle ni":d. of't- Ivrt statics nn.: ul a :i::t::l i ni :1oue' s u1 i ireee, of l '.v i .t. sot .iss'ri:, le:,vte tufe " c omplal+.t ivt, " ubl. 1'h-, r',::era public p . Sttians, l tc tltif l i, :u j_.tie, iolt, of ih , ',trie n:l illntelr thl.t!i Int. klick-kn:a k fla hove-, ornamet ts, itopil et-, V:tsr, Siabl| . I:d C hai: ' . n. ?l C l hll n, i-.rl It lt"n sill:t, " ha: I:,, :, : tilhy ude a andl l Ife:l o! the i hpleas ,f r . p .a l , of kin:.:- aw l utiu1s , o` fa:r 1I li., ofar:ti-:ln, ofsoltdier of I:lu'rh-:~, plophi , of the gc:eral aixedn ll it'i . 1 .I\ i!ynaity rlus antiod fitl.,ae I ,ii, u ,." , t I fh tI I I ot' r f ti.'e ts : dile t tOrd --he ii musCi ost :+tiher ica.kiiiti tit hef h i i?n ii ::i:ittc " r i :...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Dairy Dots. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 9 December 1892

Dairy Dots. IE you expect your cows to give a large low of milk, give them food that is con. Naoave to milk secretion. Do not forget to handle the adder of young heiterr before they hare their first cali. It oakes them gentle. ALWayr keep convenient a little mutton tallow or vaseline to use when the cow's teats show signs of cracking. Mzex, butter, cheese and calves are all the ,egitimate progeny of a cow. What animal gives a more dvereified Source of incomel Ir you keep cows for making butter, test sach one's milk separately, and ee itf she is performing the work for which you keep per. THo first thing to be done to secure a large sw of winter milk is to make the cows com. fPrtable; the next, to feed judiciously and liberally. Too winter's prodoetion of milk and butter pays the best if properly msnaged-some shing that can be said of but few occupants except dairying. A lnrooa caEarss polluting the air of a pasture will spoil anc only the milk of the cows running there, but also the...

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