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Woodbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 1 September 1893

Woodbourne   [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]   The hall held in the Murrimhinldi State Schhol, in aid of the Glenmore football Club, on the 25th inst., passed of success fully. All present thoroughly enjoyed them- selves. Excellent nusic was provided by Mr. I'. Norman, and Mr. Egan proved him self a capable master of ceremonies. At midnight dancing ceased for a short interval and the company partook of a good supper which was prepared under the supervision of Mrs Franklin, who endeavored to make the affair a success. It would be a diflcult matter to decide who was belle of the ball as all the young ladies looked bright and charming. A few of the principal dresses were as follows :--Miss Egan. white and pink; Miss Colwell, art muslin; Miss Mclntye, black : Miss Adams, sateen ; Miss Cummins, navy blue: Miss Pulford. crream and black; Miss Nellie Airie, velveteen; Mrs Colwell, navy blue ; Mrs. Creed, dark blue. On Saturday a football match was played at Glenmore...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 1 September 1893

Nolieest. LOYAL IIROA,\FORD I ODGE, al.t.I.O.O.F. TENIERS will he received till FRIDAY, '.SEPMtI'i~.1:R ,st for CATEI.ING for Apnnal ' all, to he held on September 2nd. Particulars may be had from C DA.RTNALL, Secretary. BRIOADFORD CRICKET CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. r1IHE annual meeting of the Broarlford .L Crickt Club will be held on 'SATUR pAY, SEPTEI'IEI{ urn, at S oclock p?.n. at the Iluo,.at"Fot IIorEL. IlSINEss : To receive report and balance sheet for season 1892-93; to decide re trophies; to lIect officers for ensuing season, ani general. E. H. DOPSON, Hton. Secretary. I) I, 1' I T ? .R TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN. idsrs. 1all 8& Sons, c, -is URCICAL.ý MECH?ANICAL DENTISTS OF COLLINS PLACE, P4 Exhibition-st., Melbourne. BEG to announce that their MIR. C. . MEREDITH IIALL. who travels pp the North Eastern district monthly, will VISIT IBROADIFORD TO-DAY, Isr of SEPTEMBER, at PRESCOTT'S COFFEE PALACE, from to a.m. to 5 p.m. Dentistry in all its Branches. NoLie-s. SIIIRE OF ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 1 September 1893

Clearing Sale. B.OK.! BOOKS!! BOOKS !!! n STON STREETS A. J. SMITH & C O.'S RE BGGI-SALE NOW ON4'. GREAT BARGAINS IN BOOKS, ALBUMS, BIBLES, STATIONERY, AND FANCY GOODS, 001M/?E A-NTD INTSPBCT. ?"'',i ·.~usp.re. Illustrated, good type, 3/3 12 vols., in leather cs?e, 18/6 's !':,yclopodia. Ii vols.,maps and -, w IcOlan, olffring for 3?/ i Australia. By Dvayn Butm. 4to, ,,, plates, full morocco. 50]-; for 12/C. :,., c pies I.ft. t1. y of the Turko-Russian War. With -:..al: a, c-unt o? the two nations, full morocco. £3 3/-; for 15/ ::.. Family Physician. A manual of domestic iae'IcaCl, y anllrent plhyslcians and surgeons of o',s Iprinelpal London hlopitals. 2 cols., half. msro,,cso, gilt edges. £2 2/-; offering during salr , r :0/. "I i 1me I ,ilg Phlsician is a Look orlhih ought to have a place in erery hIwuehold." 'amiily Bible. With Scott and Henry's Commen tar., Dore's illustrations, maps, family register, etc.. etc., handsomely bound with gilt corners and clasps. .1akes a b...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 1 September 1893

Local and Generall XNews. :o:. Cnunr.-No business was trnsacted at the local court on Monday last. QUOIT .Mx.\TCIt.-A quoit match, Tannery v. Uroadford, will be played to-morrow week. tE.rTtsrRs..-Mr. C. Meredith ILail visits Itroadford to-day, and may be consulted at the Coffee Palace. SrECIAL SERMONS.-A special sermon to young women will he preached by the Rev. H. Braddock on Sunday evening. Foil SaLE.-Mr. R. J. Whiteman notifies elsewhere that he has sand, stone, wood and posts and rails for sale at prices that defy competition. ACKNOWLEDGED.-The Secretary of the Kilmore Hospital desires us to acknowledge receipt of £1 1s. from Dr. Skinner in aid of the Funds of that institution. LAND SALE.--A liovernnment land sale will be held at Seymour, on Tuesday, 26th September, at which a number of Broadeund township allotmenlts will bh offered. lOUNTEr D Rlt.Ls.--Tha local detach. ment of the V. Mt. Rifles parade to-morrow, at t o'clock p m., and a full attendance is particularly desired....

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PHYSICAL COMPETITIONS OF THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

PHYSICAL CLiti'lETITIONS OF THE ,HO\\V. During the currency of the exhibition, prades of trittey, Cievelands, hackney, arriage and draugt t horses, and beef and dhiry cattle, were e?irn daily. There were recs for mile a:ldi l,_,vV hunters, trotti:g; etchet and high jurring comlpetitions, but the results of t: "e are already familiar rt our e.i dcr. Ve must not, however, mit to menrion the serrsatiunal leap of i'. loin. exe:cuted by Mr. \Vearne's mare. Lbra, but, unfeturnately, not during the con"petition, nor s!:.ep-shearing centiet in crus rceds betw .en the \oistely aad Argerttine sheering machines. Ihe crnm uetitiun nwa very close, endling in the \Vuo?lery machine securing the rold medal.

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS EXHIBITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

MISCELLANEOUS EXHIlITS. It is hard to individualise general exhl:ibt in a show of such ge.lcral exc.llcn, a we only mentionl a few of the moie i-nopt tant ones. An intiretsin,:dli-hi to il Gislanders hlu troph% ,f Korrulburra Coal, and i:any tlltirh vtl' . lhad been once bitt.n by hbtll lire, had tlhir alie lion tlhuroughly lattracted by soae !irochatcs o hibilted by Mr Clarke of lholinda Vler. lri. loenry Idrry 'hoits a c-,1-omctl of i 0a0o1- . machines and buthcr',' namrhhnry, cnrtp rising;l .: Itthe late.r imprnr*emtnts. 'The lpri ncil.tl" nuachubl:t' r le "Silent" S.010ci, Cutter, wh'iii ha, ?e?rrl vCer marked advantages oIr , ever er e ina.; rLas \\hieh is already- in It-e. The machine "-,,k ;al,,. ;utria without nois, thie knives, reel,lying in a ro;tin, bowl, and cut., the meat ilry ea.ly. at tlhe ,:me time rnixing it \glib the user't-'fran se:as+,nirl.. 1o,~ machine do.. Int reqlllre ah y -uxnlle fllnd:atin tlley are alo vcry mlull more economical ill .rk ing as thie meat it...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

GENERAL EXTRACTS. Among the recent admissions to the ranks of the legal professions is that of Mr Thomas Aspinall Edwards,. whoso father and grandfather also served in the "Devil's Own," and whoso godfather was Butler Cole Aspina!, erstwhile Attorney-General of Victoria. The grandfather was well known here in the early " forties," and there was no more popular man in the " fifties" and "sixties" than his son, " John Edwards the younger," mnember for Collingwood. and one of the best amateur "low comedians" in Victoria. le dabbled in literature, too, and his "Lawyer's Bill" in "Punch" was one of the most amusing contributions among the many that have appeared in our contemporary's columns. While giving evidence before the Naval Court-martial at 3talta, Frederick Johnu stone, a gunner of the ill-fated Victoria, described his experiences. When trying to get overboard he found himself lying fiat on the ship's side as she heeled over. He could not then possibly have dropped over the port ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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SWINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

SWVINE. There are full classes of Berkshire and most of the entries are excellent repre sentatives of their breed. T. Williams takes first prize for a fine boar in the 1t months old class, and champion prize with a boa of his own breeding; J. Reddan being second. Thereis a large class for boar under 12 months, J. Neil gets first prize with Lord North, T. Williams is second, and George Madden third with a boar by Maori Chief. In the class for sow with litter, G. Madden gains first prize with Countess, J. Neil and R. Hornbuckle taking second and third. T. Adkins is awarded first prizeand champion prize for a sow over 12 months. G. 'Madden gained first prize for young sow, with ielle BCllton. The white pigs are few and select, E. Rowlands is awarded first prize for boar over 2 months, J. Lowe being second. T. Williams and R. Hornbuckle secured each a first class award for pork and bacon pigs.

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

, SItIEEP. A ouch greater variety of sheep than thi Sheelbreeders' Association exhibited were penned, possibly for the reason that the smallsheep farmer reserves his stock for the demtratic Agricultural show in preference to thegilt-edged exhibition at Goldsborongli I Morti In this show, furthermore, many of the Sleepbreiders' Association exhibits find a plae, and the result is distinctly satis factor as regards merit at any rate. In :he 3Merino sectiona V. Cumining and ;on are the only exhibitors. The Lincolis are not numerou and the animanh brought forward are not equal to tLhse seen at the Sheepbreeders' Association exhibition. T. Bath takes first pize in the aged class for ram, being the oany exhibit, In the four-tooth class, R. Skilboik gets first and champion prize for one exiibit and seconl prize for another, T. Bath bhing third. In the yearling class T. Hath s:ored another first, and A. E. Porter and tkilbeck fillkd the other places. In :he e-es classes M1r A. E. Porter carr...

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Nasty Trap Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

atSy Trap Accidcl :t. LIZZIE flail, who has for some months S been at service at MIr. D. Ferguson'S, ut Flowerdale, was the victim of a serioui acci dent on Monday last. Miss hall had driven Cr into Broadford with Mr. R. Ferguson, in- th tending to visit a elbourne for the purpose of seeing some relatives, previous to their be departure for Sydney, and before driving to the station, Mr. Ferguson had occasion or to visi: McLiesh's store. Leaving the trap of and pair of horses in charge of Miss aill he ni went into the store, and a few moments later st was surprised to hear the horses dash off. Inste;d of going towards the station, the ai horses made a sharp turn and whilst thetrap tr s was swerving round, Miss Hall was thrown h e, out, and received a nasty cut on the head, d through being struck by the tire of one of f the wheels. The unfortunate girl was h. immediately picked up and carried into Mr. k. fIfcl.iesh's where she was attended a little t r. later by Dr. Skinner, who dress...

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Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents. THE EXPENDITURE ON ROAD WORKS. To the Editor of the Broadford Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents. TIlE EXPENDITURE Q$ ROA, WORKS. To the Editor of the Broadford Courier. Stl,-It is quite evident that Mr. Fen nelly was not at the public meeting held at the Mechanics' Institute on 21st August. Otherwise he would not have penned tha lines in your last issue. At that meeting I distinctly said that " works for which Mr. Fennelly had to draw out plans and specifi cations for the last six or seven years would amount to ,bort £6ioo per annum." I feel certain that if Mr. Fennelly was there he would have given me the average for the seventh year also, as I understand it was a very lean one. However, if day labor and other contingencies, such as purchase of Tait's road and night soil depot, which amount to about £loo, were taken off, I would not be very far out.. As I was speak ing from memory I could rnot be particular to a " demnition half-penny," as Mr. Man talini would say. As Mr. Fennelly re...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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THE REEDY CREEK CHURCH ORGAN. To the Editor of the Broadford Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

THE REEDY CREEK CHURCH ORGAN. To the Editor of the ,roadford Courie-r. StR,-The majority of Reedy Creek resi dents would like to know why the organ and school music books, library books, etc., have been removed from our church. \Ve are also cooly told that the church will follow in due course. If I remember rightly a part of the 2tst ver., V chap. Deuteronomy reads thus :-" Neither shalt thou covet thy neighbors house . . or any thing that is thy neighbors." Now, Sir, we naturally conclude, that the neighbor who has been the principal actor in this piece of business, must have been strongly actuated by the spirit of covetousness, which did not cease till it got the above mentioned church furni ture transplanted, we understand, to Broad ford. We doubt whether the manner in which the removal was made was distinctly legal, but we do not hesitate to say that it was most unjust. Presuming that the action. were legal and'that' the organ, &c., were for use in the Broadford Church o...

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Broadford Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

roaidforal Shire Council. ats A MreErse of the above was held at the Shire Hlall, on ,Monday last, for the purpose ot electing a president for the ensuing year. Trtt On the motion of Cr. Lloyd, seconded by Cric Cr. Zwar, Cr. IDoherty was voted to the fold chair, and briefly announced the business of uLttn the meeting. pe` Cr. Ferg son moved " That Cr. McLeod and be elected President for the ensuing year. "nt lie had previously occupied the position, ret and had fulfilled the duties in a creditable and able manner, and he (Cr. nerguson) was Sof opinion a more suitable gentlemiean could enot be appointed. a re S Cr. Lloyd said he had much pleasure in seconding thc nomination. Cr. McLeod was ti tell versed in the Local Government Act do and would conduct the buoiress with credit a to himself and to the Council. Ai ar.d Zovar supported the nomination. tIe lo had known Cr. McLeod since le was a boy nt and wats o oopirion he was eminerntly suited elA o for the position. as Cr. lolwel prop...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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WEALTH OF THE SOIL. THE 98 SHOW OF THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

tEALTH OFI E SOIL, THE g93 SHOW OF THE AGtICUL jURAL SOCIETY. Af Cw thou.anrd pounds -worth ofblood A mnchnlery. Champion Castle, A splend!d bhow of tho products ufStation, Farm & Dairy. Tih Vice-Regol visit. Trotting and Hunting. Wonderl?t: !lvntionsin labour saving appliauces anuG :!nning gcar.

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Commercial. DAIRY STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

Com1meurcial. DAIRY STOCK REP:)RT. MIESslr. Abb itt and Wilson report. Pig ,narket--: thurlay, Slat August). Store Pigs : A medium number to hand, consist. ing principally of good quality, which were in brisk demand an I sold at late satisfactory rates, viz., is to lil id. rorkers : A fair supply of this class pennei, all of which were briskly competed for at an advance on last wee's slight improvemnt, viz., 2?s to G(is, or ,olut eqoal to from did to 5.1 per lb. liaconera: 'nly a small supply of bacon pigs yardI. Prices were firn at last week's satisote:ory rates, viz, 37 to 5'2s, or about 'qual to tr.,m 3 I to 4l3 per lb. Calves: A largo number forward, and prices slightly lower.

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Broadford Courier, AND REEDY CREEK TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1893. The Tariff Commission. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

ulCt ý"olcifonlt ort ?our' , AND REEDY CREE.K TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMIBER 3, zS93. f The Tariff Coinmmssion. IT is to be hoped that the Tariff Com mission, whenever it sits, will result in something more than a Blue Book. Few subjects of inquiry are more worthy of attention than that which Sir lIENsRY \ Istxo proposes to take in hand. Protection is a good thing in its way, if taken in moderate doses, but, when forced down the throat of a young country in lumps such as Vic. toria is being made to swallbw, the patient must soon become very ill, even if it is not killed outright. In the old country it used to be the farmers who asked for protection. In Victoria, however, it is the artisan class that demands it. By shutting oat of the country foreign manufac tured goods they hope to maintain a high wage standard for their own ex clusive advantage. At the same time, whilst thus enhancing the price of everything the farmer has to buy. they do their best to compel him...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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HOW CRICKET BATS ARE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

IHOW CRICKET RATS ARE MADE. " Now, will you kindly show me the dif. ferent stages in the manufacture of a bat ." said a "Chums " interviewer to a cricket bat manufacturer. " Well, we begin with a willow tree. That, you can understand, I can't show you here, as willow trees don't grow in the heart of London, though the beat willow for bats comes from coon tries surrounding London. You fell your willow in the winter, and saw it into lengths six inches longer than the length of your bst blade. This is because in the pro:ess of seasoning these lengths split at the ends. You then cleave the logs with wedges into pieces that we call ' clefts.' These are stacked in the open for nine months,when they brought under cover to undergo further' seasoning. You see tome clefts there, hach one is just ble enough to make a bat.blade out of, andtheprice of these bits of rough timber is from is to Is. Of course the 4s clefts will become the best bats, and this difference in the price shows how much de...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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THE WIDE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

THE WIDE WORLD. Of King Monghut of Siam, father of the present ruler, llra Leonowens tells the fol lowing amusing story:--One night a little after twelvauo.i., -. L..... .._. . -., t ,tc goingtobedlikelny plain citizen of regular habits, his Majesty fell to thinking how most accurately to render into English thetrouble some Siamese word "phi," which admits of a variety of interpretations. After puzz ling over it for more than an hour, getting himself possessed with the word as with the devil it stands for, and all to no purpose, he ordered one of his lesser State barges to be manned and despatched with all speed forthe British Consul. That functionary, inspired with lively alarm at so startling a summons, dressed himself with unceremonious celerity and hurried to the palace, conjecturing on the way all imaginable possibilities of politics and diplomacy, revolution or invasion. To his vexation he found the King engaged with a Siamese-English vocabulary, and mentally divided between "...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

iotcls. I THE COMXMROIALX EOTEL, IT CLOSE RAILWAY STATION, sh HIGH STREET, BROADFORD. of r IIE undersigned begs to notify that he has leased the above Hotel and intends to Cm keep only the best brands of WINES, SPIRITS, &c. in stock. LIBERAL TABLE. LIBERAL TABLE. la Emery attention paid to Commercial Travellers, holiday seekers, and the public to generally. Private apartments for families. The Billiard Room is replete with one Af Alcock's fail-size Billiard Tables newly renovated, and is under the charge of a professional marker. m GOOD STABLING. GOOD STABLING. BILLIARDS i BILLIARDS I P. S?HSAe EN, Proprietor. . THE BROADFORD HOTEL, i High Street, Broadford. p °e . IE above old established and well-known house is replete with every onnvenience t as a Commercial IHotel. LIBERAL TABLE. LIrBERAL TABLE. a Only the best brands of wines, spirits, &e. kept in stock. i Good Billiard Table. Horses and Buggies for HIire. Good Stabling. EVERY CONVENIENCE for llshing and shootin...

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THE QUEEN'S PRIZE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

THE QUEEN'S PRIZE. Gallant little Wales has come to the front in a new and unexpected manner. The gold medal and its accompanying L250, the gift of Her Majesty the Qaeen, has been won by Sergeant Davis, 1st V.B. Welsh. wtth an aggregate score of 274. Last year the trophy fell to Major Pollock, 3rd V.1. Argyll and Sutherland IIighlanders, with a score of 277, the record since the alteration in conditions of ISSG being the 280 put on two years later by Private Fulton, Queen's Westminster. This year another record has been broken, for never before in the annals of the National Rifle Association has the coveted prize gone to the Princi pality. There was a crowded gathering at the Strickledown ranges when the final stage of the shooting at 800 yards was reached a: half-past 2 on Saturday afternoon. It was at one time thought that Private Stocks (2nd Liverpool), winner of the Silver and Bronze Medals, stood a good chance of carrying off all the awards, but Captain Rothwell (2nd Lancashire...

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