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Goods and Parcels. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
Goods andt Parcels. Goods.-ButterFactory. Gavan, Sheahan, lBidstrup, Trezise, Millard, 'cl.eish, Zwar Brus., J. D)oherty 31itcheil, Lloyd Bros., Macdougall. Parcels.-Clemens, Fitzgerald, Lloyd, A. McRae, Dorna Holwell and Parker. 1
The Broadford Courier, AND REEDY CREEK TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1893. A Question for the Full Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
AnD REEtY CREtIl TliMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY. OCIOBER 20, 1893. A Questio for tihe Full Court. IT MAY not be a satisfactory state ol affairs, but it is nis ert.;ele-s true, that when a eman goes to law lie virtually becomes patty to grlte of legal 'pitch and toss." That is to say, no imatter how good his cart :noks it too often happlens that h:e is juit as likely to lose as to g;11 t. tl.l(rfle it is that iwe Sollt!'itti s: stee melt sllb iteit to ill justice rathe,.r tha em,ba:?k upon that sea of uncertainly namtdl Law. It is. perhaps, a pity that it should be so, but it cannot be hellid. Judges are but men, and men are liable to err. And if su ch be the case with regard to Jtudges--men learnei in the lanw what are iwe to expect fromn Juries composed of tmen who. whilt also liable to err, generallrty It;e no knowt. ledge of law at allt Knowtin these things. counsel si.h tlad cases lotk up "technic: olbjections," raise quibbles, thioo _ dust" 'in t-ue eyes of Juries, &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
ltotels. THE COM MERO1LL HOT L, CLOSE RAILWAY STATION, HIGH STREET, BROADFORD. T HE undersigned begs to notify that he has leased the above Hotel and intends to keep only the best brands of WINES, SPIRITS, &c. in strck. 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 of Alcock's full-size Billiard Tables newly renovated, and is under the charge of a professional marker. GOOD STABLING. GOOD STABLING. BILLIARDS! BILLIARDS! P. S$ AEAN, Proprietor. THE BROADFORD HOTEL, High Street, Broadford. r lHE above old established and well.known house is replete with every convenience as a Commercial Hotel LIBERAL TABLE. LIBERAL TABLE. Only the best brands of wines, spirits, &e. kept in stock. Good Billiard Table. Horses and Buggies for Hitre. Good Stabling. EVERIY CONVENIENCE for fishing and shooting parties. CABS MEET AL'. PASSENGER TRAINS...
AGRICULTURAL COLUMN Hints for Home and Farm. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
AGRICULTURAL COLUMN Hints for Bome and Farm. There is more in planning than in hard work. The farm is quite as near heaven as the city is. The enriched acre helps you to enrich other acres. ITntensive farming permits of no waste land or labor. When you stint your animals you starve y oor pocket. Keep the best soil near the surface, or make :t all test. If you have a poor spot on your farm, make t the richest. The cost of production varies with the farm and the farmer. Promise no more than you are reascaoU!y sure you can perform. Sticktoitivenee is a goodquality, if yen st:.k to the right thing. A littll farm well tilled is better than a L:t farm porly tijled. The letter animals are kept the leess l:Lte they are to disease. Carry on those lins of farming to which yc-r farm is best adapted. A universal cash business would dispene- w?th brokers and usurers. ireeding is an art, but it doesn't fellkw ti.t every breeder is an artist. The rain helpsthe weeds as well as the crc;s. Nature ha...
Melbourne Letter. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
---:o:-- [BY 0U0 OWN CtRRcsrPOas)tNtT.j IT is understood that the present srssian of Parliameut will term:nate in lhess than three weeks ; and then a Iung nrtess will follow, during which the i;ove nmeunt will formulate a big programme for the next session. sMr. Paute:son stated the other day that there would be some surprises in the form or leitslation submitted to the tisse-mly in .894, but he has stoutly denied the truth of the rumor, that there is a surprise in, store in " connection with the constitutioln'vK f the Government. However, those whoa re' betoeen the lines of his public utterances, remain satisfied that the: anticipated retire. ment of the Premier is certain to come shortly, and, don't be surprised if Sir Graham lierry should succeed him I ' here was much of tIe '" iont.uring Hlero "app:arante about t.',lonl lotmple ton when he took his seat in the Ilou:, t'he other evening. three or four hours after the Returning officer for the bi-rorla electorau had given the cast...
Does Age Improve Flour? [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
i Does Age Improve Flour Flour fresh froml the mill is in its beLt sa:te. l Flour left for wecsa or months in bins or barrn Is may tako on new scents and ot:er new rtt:i Sbutes; but these aur not imlrovements. They are the rorulta of partial decomIposuitn, -f td- absorption from surrounding, and froms changes that necessarily carry the f.or uwaI me from the nonnal. F'lour may be "aged" _ ,~j|j'~a crheno in i' .od" ?say tihe'" th!ltrth t or too non? r at in. hih" f?fo iI absorption. from the decomposition of starch, h from the weaknuing of its gluten, and trom tle grrowth of bacteria, is rertainly not YiV-wiy when it is newest. Buckwheat four,r)e flour aa familiar exampnlesa of what takes place with "aginggL" and in ,heat flour theb deterioration ais smply lees marked. Much that is caloled :n prosement is simly a matter of taste in the consumer. One likes fresh butter and new cheese, while nodther ,r'ereea rancid butter and "high cheese," Just the uraue way age" ia. proves" ilur by e...
Spring Valley. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
Sprlt' g Va _lley. ~:o. TjIe mi k supply is inrreasing and has now reached, I believe, ab.tt 520 ga lh,n pet day. In the course of another couple of months, I expect to see u80 g.lloun being put through daily. Mr. HI. Wali:er stbo was last week re. ported to ha,,e met with an accident is still in a precarious tate. lie was at tile direc tion of Pr. Laing removed from Yea to tile Alfred Hlospital, and latest advices stato that he remains unimproved, being unable to move either arms; or legs. Sheep.owners are preptlng for shearing and the clip generally pronli.es tp hle a goo one. At Floweydale station, operations will be comulnnred about tie second week in November, and other hetds will commence about thie same time. Over \'a way a start has already been tultde and at Worrtogh lth date has been fixed for the fthat week in November.
Age to Breed Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
Age to Breed Pigs. Se ral writers advisce keeliu?g a sow eatl a year or Citlaten months old bhtore :?,ediu hor. Itis true that she will usually have a larger litter and better Ipigs aiter she is at that .1'e thanbeforoe bat we think tut ii she is serled at seven or eight months old. her secont litter will be much betterha the tint would be if ?ot bred until a vear old, aud the first litter, it well cared for, will do tmuch toward 1ayinug Ier keeping for the iBrt year. And it se lc?t pleasant to keep such an animal a year crtl to learn that she is not likely to prove a rdc breeder. r- In fait, we thiut, says the "lueral Wcrld," there is msre trouble irsn si to killing their pigs ii not hted until over a year old than when they are bired younger, asdl we I thinkl, too, that they do tiot make as gcol a milkers or have as large littts. With the improved hredtslnow ks's, the sows are nat to lay on too much tat t, onk.- good hb:eeJer if Sgot so loong before bredilg. It is better nt to use...
Australia's Backbone. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
GCL:eTCre than A;Ari'ulture, greater tiean .Me1elluututrel, gr.,:er even th!a the Gld, iell, Is the wil clip, a utaple mf Au?ll.tialia seotlv.acy." Tie blde ot the shear.r makes a quickler Isite1. than the reapling mlahiue of the t"rIlrmr Ir the pitck . the Iluiner, and the Sbearilmg machinery cl.:-ly inatele all.,! lr?wld to !,e co l il l inllrealt thi e ttatl lip by red!:elug the la-!e te,.titee tealltl n? lan. tt':ll tile men who handlel thle il ,ol inll the pasiage froam tite sheepls back to tihe wear. ing loom. the broker lr, other liddlelman has tihe hst time of it. To relyltoly else ecnt cerled it means ailaor or anxiety of comet shearer. The chnttt sctloping. Iwhich aids It;r rll ncih ll.t of the shearltet stied in Its work ll prol inle kidney di-eas?. the da1a or iof wonllt l rt 1the tll, rpid sha ilng hall anl oft pol-lst tnJl ith,'rs on the i eve, Ilatke thie shtr 11s li1 a o8lllre thlan Mitdllo lle. lie iltas all tihe arslat to tli n I the ,thtl witl a great deal of tae ...
Advantages of Careful Milking. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
Advantages of Careful M.iling. --o , l.cr.i.a coutc.orpo.ry roports a eomt. what nte lesterl serloment. which shows the importance of careful milking. l'ive cows were milked for a fortnight by the orditagv cowmanu--let us call him A-who usually milked them, and who was cot informed of the te periment in course. The succeeding fortnight thecows were fed exactly as before but wero milked by another moan (B) who ha re inlonued of the expuimeut. The fortuipht's yield in each cate here seaud1 comparid:-. i owonllo A. (ilalltan I. e chol. Co?r. Khllo tMilk. Kr?ln,3f m ilk. ehiln. , .. . 77 ,.., 2 " ... IY.. 171 ... 4 .., Oif b at ..: o . t . 111'7 This care clearly shown t?e adventage of c... fnl and exhauetie milkiiig. Blat rapidity of milking hue also its corresponding advannage. The quicker the udder is emptied, the richer the milk is in fat. Accordiug to the account o ta trial made with nine cows during twenty two days, and publshed by a Brunswick agri cultural p?per, the fatty conten...
SEYMOUR V. AVENEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
SEYMOUR V. AVEINEL. The Seymour club j.ourneyed to Avenel with only tight men, ad. th,?e naot lbing of the first clas. mInt ith a setiere dt'f?at. The visit;or went in tirst a:nl wheu their seventh wicket fell had cumpit?.d 55. II. \\W,.ker (lb), and Gregscn (21) n?t t ut, being the highest scorers. Avenel tfhen went il and; piaytld out tir.e, m:lting a total of 153 runs for seven wickets; Alasn (23l fy:,n t41), Taylor (43) not ot,. and She2lton: (), being the chief contribu'trs. For A??irtn, \\ur. thingtcn to;ok 3 wi:S;ts for 2 to Ins; J. Gadd, I for tI; C. GaeJt. 2 ifr 23. And for Seymour. Cre'.on tck i for 3 ; Kelly 3 for 30; S. \VWalkr, ; for 6i; 1i. \Walker, I for t7.
Cricket. BROADFORD V. TALLAROOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
Cricket. :o:~-,- BRIt4DFORD V. TALL.AROOK. Tfie 6frst matches for the season, under the auspices of the County of Anglesey Associa tion were played on Saturday last. HIeavy rain fell during the previous night and in the morning, but towards noon it elea-el off, and the afternoon was beautifully fine for cricket. A good pitch had been prepared on the local reserve, apd being ,ye!; watered by the rain played splendidly. Tallarook arrived about 225 and the match commenced at 2.30. Geo. Howe captained the visitors, and winning the tors from Dixon ewaho in the absence of Trezise, had charge of the locals), sent his men in to bat ; Tom Kennedy and Harry Winnell opening to the bowling of Agg and H I:othrrgill. Both men played caiudally and shaped very well, and t5 had been totted up before Fothergill clean bowled \Winnell, 1-7-t5. .1. Porter was the next man in, but his stay wJs short, being bowled by Fathergill before he had scored, 2-0-16. P. adigan came next, and shortly afterwards Agg,...
TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
T(4.MORRO\Y'S MATCHES. Railways and Seymour at Seymour Yea at Traawool Avenel at Flowerdale Ta!larook and Broadford a bye -Broadford v. Wandong.-The following players have been chosen to represent lBroadford on the local reserve:-Agg. IBegg, osowman, Davis. Dobson. H. Fothergill. J. Hardy;, lammersley, Regan. T. Shep pard'and Smith. The above are requested to be on the ground at 2. p.m. *Matches marked with an asteriskt do no count for the associatipn.
TRAAWOOL V. SEYMOUR RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
TRAAWOGIO V. MSE11i0URK RAILW.\1'S. The Railways entertained Tr;awoul. t the show grounds. Se)ymour, an.d subjc ter, ;hrr to a severe dribbiing. The home team twent in first and declared their iotgs closed with seven wsc:rts down for 127. Byrne (32). Webb (3o), Wilmott ;22), and Iloch. kins (26), all siowed fine form, and were the chief scorers. Traawool were all disposed of for 73; J. Wales (It ), Darcy (:61," Mad dock (14) not out. W. Wales (9), and Dorey (8), being the highest scorers. For Traa. wool, \. Wales took I wicket for 36 runs: R. Batt, I for 42; J. Wales. 2 for 31; ,Mc Kinnon, I for o. And for the Railways, Byrne took 3 for II: Wilmott, 2 for 14; jughesr i for 8; Collier,3 for 13.
Murdered by His Mother. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
Murdered by His Mother. -o A ghastly crime has ju?t been committed at the town of Balts, in podolia. A yoong man, who when little more than a child went to Ameriha, where he made a fortune, re cently returned to Balta. His parents kept an inn there, is which he took up his quar. ters without infohming them of lii. return. He then prooeled to have a bath, Icaving all his money in charge of the landlady. Tempted by the largeness of the sum, the woman coneived the idea of murdering her lodger, and appropriating hi property. The young man mean vhi!e roturnod from his bathand went. tled, and she, seizing the oppnenlty murdcred him with a kitchen knie while ho slet, and then derosited the corute in a cellar. Ihe proprietor of the inn, who was absent while this tragedy was being enacted, re. tamed home on the following day. when hi wife informed him of what abe had done, and took him into the cellar, where the body lay conoesled. On his way through the town the father had heard of his son'...
A Rome of the Circus. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
A Romf of the Circus. One night at excitemet was i caused at the .ilin Circuse on a visit to Clermont, by a'tempted murder of Mi. F Castenkiold. I.nish officer, by the c husband of thedai Ecuyere, the Baroness de Rahden. . d, e Rahden (sals the f "Standard'e ".: correspondent) is a re tred ous.ian o( who was expelled from his country afte? uel. Deprived of his pay in the armn;;3 having no personal fortune, he mada.cter of marriage to the Ecuyere. Iis irptierate habits and vio lent temper rendq his wife very unhappy. Hie, neverthelas, owed her in all her pro feesional tours. In thecourse e of them, in Denmark, Md. Castenhiold, irst Lieutenant of the Fourth Danish loons, fell in love with the lady rider, a es so asoiduous in his attentions that tli band took umbrage, a duel was fought ea the two men, and Baron Rahden reled a serious wound on the head. After ong illness he joined his wife, and, leavin j?maark, Baroness Rsh den wasnot longto engaged by the mana ger of the Blrazijn Circu...
THE LADIES' COLUMN. I Miss You So. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
THE. LADIES' COLUMN. I Miss You So. The morning sky is blue and clear, The wild birds warble'nmid the boughs Of yonder willow, drooping where The sparkling brooklet gleams and glows But what to me the singing birds' Low melody, the brooklet's glow. Since all my. heart lies in these words: I miss you so ! I miss eou so ! The meadow spreads before my feet Her tempting wealth of light and tl hm, Her snowy drifts of daisies sweet, Her violets heavy with lerfume; But, oh, I hide my face away From all her wealth and golden?glow, While to my heavy heart I say: I miss you so: I miss you so! All faintly through the dewy green Of shining leaves that thickly grow, While chains of watertlillies gleam Like great pure stars. lint, oh, their glow Is naught to me, for I can hear The wild winds' murmur taint and low, As through the trembling leaves they stir; I miss youso! I miisyou so Lost, lost to me is the glad blush Of budding spring. NS more I move With bounding heart to meet the flush Of bloes...
The Earth's Breathing. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
The Earth's Breathing. We all know that there are ocean tides spring and neap, and that they are due to the positions of the sun and moon relatively to the earth. "The full of the moon " strikingly affects the sea. It did not occur to us to think whether it also effected the atmo sphereandearth itself. All that was noticed about it, apart from its marine influence, was that persons of unstrung nerves under went crises at the full of the moon. Then so-called scientific men la?uhed at this belief, as being in the nature of old wives'fabtes. But being founded on observation, it was nothing of the sort. M3. lonque~de la Grye, the eminent hydrographical engineer, has, after lon years of patient study, calculated the atmospheric expansions and depressions which coincide with spring and neap tides. There have been cases in which air was moved in waves of 133 yarda high, and in places where the barometrical pressure was seven tenths of an inch, of six and a half-miles. Near the upper surfac...
The Lovely Cigarette Fiend. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
The Lovely Cigarette Fiend. When a belt-line car was coming down Virginia Avenue the other afternoon a solemn-looking young man was the sole oc cupant of the rear seat. Just as the Seventh-fourth Armoury was reached two beautiful young women signalled the car and walked out into the road. way. One was a tall blonde with bril. liantly blue eyes and golden hair, and the other a bronette of magnificent figure. Both wore flutly white dresses, and both were ex ceedingly fair to look upon. Every seat in front of the one which the solemn young man occupied in solitary state was crowded. '!Well, Lil," said the blonde, "I guess we've got to get in here." "That's the smoker's seat," replied Lil. "There isn't any other," continued the blonde. " I don't like to get in where men smoke," sild the brunette, pouting. " Hurry up, ladies, if yon want this car," broke in the conductor, and the two women climbed aboard. The aolemnyoung man looked them over with a great showof nterest He had juet lighte...
American Brides. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 20 October 1893
American Brides. A correspondent writes in a contemporary -It must be a glorious thing to be an An.erican bride-provided, of course, that the bridegroom be a millionaire. At the latest addition to New York's "palatial" hotels, in the chambers specially set apart for recently married couples, the combination of luxury and grandeur must be marvellous to behold. The happy bride, it is said, will repose on a bedstead of solid silver, while the fairy e!em. tric light which will beam upon her are all supported by Landsomely wrought designs of the same metal. The basins in which she will wash her hands are of priceless marble, while the bath in which she will bathe in perfumed waters (water will be too plebeian for the ordinary American bride before long), is of silver also, relieved with beautiful designs and figures in other valu ablemetals. This is notall. When the h?ide wishes to post letters to her young lady friends describing the joys of matrimony, she will have no occasion to touch...