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Watering Heated Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

Watering Heated HIorses. The "American Agriculturist" asserts: Thou.ands of hores ue foundered each hyar by wraturig after beingl:heated by work or fast driving. Of course this snotdoneinteultionally, but through carelessness. The trouble is caused by introducing cold water into a heated stomach, and is most liable to occur in the warm days of early summer, when the atmosphere is warm, but the water is mpy degrees colder. If a hore must be watered. hei heated, as along the highway1 let aim eave a swallow or two, then keep hors away from the trough for a moment, by which tinl the water introduced intothestomach has be~i raised several degrees, when a half pailful will do but little harm, espcialyyitthe onlue is to he immediately ontaued If t a oreehas been subjected to long drive or excessive work before entering to the stable, a ewallop of water will prove a great relief to him, lubricating the parched throat, and allowing tfm to eat the dry fodder with some degree of teumfort, but ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To Dry Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

To Dry Flowers. t o To dry flowers place them in a large shallow pan or box and sift over them gently 1 the finest, driest sand, giving them a bed of this sand at firt, of course. By sifting it over very gradully and carefully the sand atoms wil slowly form about theflower, which, because of the gradual drifting about and piling up of the atoms, keeps its shape, even to the most delicate ourving. After the flowers are well covered from sight keep the pan orbox exposed to a gentle beat for some days, after which it is left to cool slowly, and and the flowers, ferns, grasses, etc., thus treated are found to have kept their natural forms and very little perceptible differeuce in color. This is an old German method and one that is most successful. In his latest Encyclical-that addressed to the Hungarians-the Pope is reported to call upon those in promment positions and possessing influence upon the masses openly tc espouse the rights of the Church, and he finally enjoins on the clergy t...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]aturday Marriages in France. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

aturday Marriages in France. -----o Whatever it may portend-to falsify the statisticians, to sustain the grand army at its present strength, or what not-there are many weddings in France just now, especially in Paris, and (says the Telegraph aorrespondent) although one may see wedding proceeslons amid the sylvan surroundings of the city any day in the week, especially while the sun continues to shine effulgently at intervals, it appears that Saturdays are most favored by members of the very busy and hardworking community who have decided upon quitt ing the single state. So much is this the ca.e that it has attracted offlo'al notice, and has caused the Prefect of the Seine to issue special instrutoions on the subject. In a circular addressed to the mayors, the Pre. fect directs these functionaries to open four marriageregisters on days when anunusual numberof candidates formatrimony present themselves. By these means four couples can be united at a time by the mayors and their deputi...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wounds in a Horse's Foot. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

Wounds in a Horse's Foot. -0 "All persons owning and working horses are liable to have theor injured in their teet by stepping on narls, thus temporarily or perman entlv crippling them. 1?ounleds of this sort need attention, and yet few persons under sanch circumstances know what to do. "If a wound caused by stepping on a nsul bleeds freely, so much the better, but usually it does not. The tough, fibrous sole tos very elastic, and is ept, therefore, to close up and prevent bleeding, at least very quickly after drlawingthe nail. "When an accident of this kind occure, go to the nearest blacksmith, as h he as faclities for cutting out the sole of the foot, which should be done about the part pierced till the blood tlows freely. Then take the horse home and wash out the bottom of the foot, and apply to rt tlaxseed mealmixed with hot water to thn consi+tenry of dough, which w ill the can. ity of the foot. It will stay without being bound on if the horse stands on a floor. " Of course, an...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Strange Requests. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

Strange Requests. One part of the thirty-ninth annual report of the Postmaster.General gives an idea of the humorous side of the service. The fol. loving letter was received from a woman in Nebraska: "For the London General Postmaster, City of London old England. Dear sir,-I am Living in North America and have Lost all track of my Parents I enclosed you a Portgraf of a young man that is in the P'ost Office under your charge who was going to marrie my youngest aister by name - About 3 years ago if you will hunt the original of the Picture out and Let him write me if he knows the Wear Abouts of My Sisters or Prothers Mlother and Father Mirs - who was living in Alls burry, Bucks Eog!and 3 years ago. Dear Sir if you will kindly do this favor I will think you are very kind in Deed. I remain, yeaours very respt, J-B- ." Happily the relations were discovered, and communication was restored The postmaster of S- received a some. what similar request. A lady inquired whether he could supply t...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Drunkenness in France. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

d Drunkenness in France. Mr Charles Pere, a well.known authority a 0 Paris on nervous and mental diseases, and Le who gives particular attention to them as they - manifest themselves in infancy, says they e are frightfully on theincreasein France. The L Paris correspondent of the "WTeekly Dis :1 patch" writes: ' " This, he thinks, due to the increase of a beer-drinking, absinthe-drinking and bars. d There was hardly such a thing as a bar d twenty.three years ago. One sees them now all over the town and always crowded. The passion for betting on racehorses is now well nigh universal. Bars and low eating-houses where alcoholc drink is sold with or without food are the centres of resort for those small tradesmen, cabmen, cooks, artisans and so or n, who want to get tips and enter into e sporting transactions. Dr Fere noticed all this in connection with d the increase of spine and brain diseases in a young children. He has taken a rather original means of demonstrating that the co o inc...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A New York Girl's Trip in a Balloon. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

A New York Girl's Trip in a Balloon. A cable published the other day narrated the disastrous ending of a honeymoon trip per balloon. Here is a story of a New York girl's trip in a balloon : "Nao one would imagine her to be an aeronaut, and she isn't. She is simply .llle. Juliette Rode, a French girl, who for a number of years has been living with her mother at New Brighton, S. I. On the 14th of July she went on a picnic to Lion Park, and there saw Captain Emile Carton make a balloon ascension. From the moment the big silken bag floated into the air she became possessed of one idea. The picnic lost its charms; to go ballooning was the sole desire of this ambitiousyoung person. She set about it in the most direct way possible. She discovered Captain Carton's address. Then she wrote him, offering a sum of money if he would let her accompany him on his next balloon ascension. The captain agreed. ihe start wasmade from Lion Park recently at 6.30 p.m. ",Just once did my heart give a big j...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PLAYS AND PLAYERS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

PLAYS AND PLAYERS The four-act tragedy written for MIr Beer bohm Tree by Mr H. A.. Jones, and entitled The Tempter, for the proluction of which Mr G. W. Anson was encagrd. was pre eented for the first time on the 20th Septem. ber last, at the Haymarket Theatre, London. The comedy pssaages in the play are ap. parently in the hands of lMr Anson in the character of 1Droo, steward to the Earl of I:ouremnont, but from the style and scope of the story, the opportunities falling to Mr Anson are of necessity limited. The piece is written on tragic and dramatic rather than comic lines, and the interest is centred mainly round the four characters of Prince Leon, Lady Avis, Lady Isobel and TheTempter. othersse the Evil One, and the story is on similar lines to thatot Faust and Marguerite. Prince Leon has a romantic boyish affec-. tion for Lady Avis, and this is returned by her. Lady Isobel of Cannayne intends to become a nun. The Tempter sets himself to work that Lady Avis is neglected by Leon...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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Alsace and Lorraine. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

Alsace and Lorraine. The following is the text of the speech de irered at 3etz last month by the Emperor William, and referred to at the time in the cables: AMy toastto-day Ipropose to the Reichs land and to the Lorrainerswho belongto the Reichsland. Igive them my warmest and heartiest thanks for the enthusiastic and friendly recept;on that they have accorded me. Hiappy faces and joyous words have been presented to me, and I am constrained to express my hearty thanks for this. In the ovations and the jubilation cf the people of Mletz, as well as of the country population, I see co:firmed the belief that Lorraine is happy in the Empire. Before the eyes of the inhabitants of this place is passing a asene of German areatnees, of German unity. The head of the Empire has with him, united in faithful friendship and firm alliance, exalted and illus trious relations, cousins and rulers of German lands. It is with satisfaction that I notice that Lorraine has acquired an appreciation of the g...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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M. Charles de Lesseps in Durance Vile. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

IM. Charles de Lesseps in Dur ance Vile. -- M. Charles de Lesseps went to La Chesnaye to see his father. M. Ferdinand de Leeseps has been left under the impression that his son has been to Panama and has returned. Ml. Charles de Lesseps, says the " Chronicle" correspondent, is unchanged in his conviction that the Panama enterprise is practicable. " It is,"hessid in replying to aninterviewer, "the most grandiose work of these latter days, and the remaining difliculties are not more apparently insuperable than those al ready overcome." The "Standard" contains an account of If. Charles de Lesseps's confessions to an in terviewer after his release. "At the hospital (where he was permitted to spend the last five months of his captivity) matters were not so hbad. There, at all events, they gave us something to eat-not too much, though, by any means. Bnt in prison, althoough the of. ficials were very kind to me, I suffered greatly. A prison, mark you, is a terrible thing. I kept up my spir...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

In Memoriam.   HOLDEN —In memory of Margaret Holden wife of Robert Holden, Broadford, who fell asleep in Jesus October 29th 1892. " The blood of Jesus Christ cleanseth from all sin."

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JOHN UPCRAFT'S CRIME. A MARSHLAND ROMANCE. CHAPTER IV.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

JOHIN UPRAFT'S CRIME A MARSHLAND ROMANCE. Br TroMras Sr E. HAME. CHAPTER IV.-(CosrrxusE.) One thing, however, afforded Jess a great senseof relief during these anxiousdavs. Her father, though he had returned from this unpremeditated visit to London, had kept away from Thunock Hull. Sheknew that hehad a almost morbid horror of being asked to give medical advieo since he had gone into retreat BUt was that sufficient to account for his oppsrent absence of all interest or sympathy concerning this trouble which had fallen upon the shoulders of his warm hearted neighlbr? Butshe offered no comment, even to Wood ward. Her father's name, indeed, never escaped her; for she fully realised that the moment he entered the sick.room the secret, which she was scheming every hour in the day to preerve, would be blurted out. Her one hope was that Upcerft would regain strength euongh to quit the Hall before her father showed the least sign of making his oppearance. Ac last Upcraft began to give some i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

Advertisements. t s.rAt INtM;' LOZENGES." • A S mple F et about " KEATINGS ,CQUd;,I LOZ NGES. Ask throughunt the world, in a' y country that can he Inamed, your wit find them largely sold. There is ahsol tely no remedy that is so speedy in r wing relief, so certain to cure, and yet he most delicate can take them. • A TERRIBLE COUGH." W., t4, Commnnecial Road, Peckham, July 12. . Dear Sir,--I am a poor hand at express. ing moy feelings, but I should like to thank you. Your lozenges have done wonders in rediecing my terrible cough. Since I had ;te qpperatigut of.,Tracheotomy' (the same as thle late Emperor of Germany. and unlike him, thank .God, I am still alive) performed at St. Bartholomew 's Hospital, no one could possibly pare had a more violent cough ;it was so hbad at times that it quite exhausted me. The mucus, which was very coptous ed hard, has been softeded, and I have been able to get rid of it without difficulty.-I am, pir, yours truly, J. HILL.":' UTTERLY UNRIVALrLED The ...

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The new Gold Field near Seymour. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

i'he netw Gold Field near Seymllour. lit.tlOW;cI. pa'rties are now lorated on the ivew a:llulal :lhi 111ild at the Mangalore gtav-I pits :--1r. C. A. Jnlls andL party (4), Mtears !l-l lilne (t), Mr. Pattersan anl1 par'y IO. 11r ISeNally and party ,2). MIr. Dennis and party (2), and the .\I srs. . Iull. The ground is elaclly giol from Ite suailaC e dowlwards, and. ever}ui e elI;i.l- at the ae i. making tllagie s. Indlltions ii lll11. rh,,w that there is ,,ld tight thro?,h the , rIi, nt, se that it is plo.bable that an rot.hrt t rill be made to put llneerary I ahi inerly on ite gro und. 11 a Itriacii:l:i t .,tie c trllit 'ices i. good ltltirlt, the-re should e nio ddi ticnty iln oblliuiuiL the reusie rta .tpltal. tn I::, i It god retlsll ll re git ill the locality :h) alt:rs ago. lMr. WV. Petacoc'k's :uther las the last mall t tl wor!.ed o.n he iround, Lbut lie threw it liup wltha the returns dwindled diwn t ai penny weight per dish. It i sartlel necssiarli Ito say that sucl a re turn...

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THE DARK HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

THE DARK HORSE. The dark horse is the patron saint of the turt bettor-mn the mystic jargon of the race. course--he is tne unexpected which always happens, the silent. powerful competitor in every race and every pursuit whom no body knows, until out from the shadowy back of :he course, as dark almost as himself, the dark herse, aho has plodded steadtly from the s.lrt. ,hoots like a rrmeteor to the front, arod hti wona befolre the spectators have had time to i"t I surprise. They always come at the propret tle, dto the dark horses of every ract: lI he. boy nho ito-s be,-n dull at school, re\erh;. the conditioas when he starts tO twork tJr his bread, and, by a clever business tonS, tr a well-written article, er anl eloquent sp?eech it.:?s. in a ionlmtnt.from nediocrity to ccleorr:--he is the di;ra horse among mneut. .iel the lather rt the s'i!t and the prototce uof them all ti Death-that dark hotre who gallopy as asa shadow by the side of every tran .i.. ny so ca!'l d dark horses have b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

Notices. VICTORIA R.AC:N.; CIUP. CUP WEEK. TWVO Public lolidays. Cup day andti _ PNance cf WVale.s irthd.ty. DE!BV' DAY ... ... ... Nov 4th CUP DAY ... ... ... Nov 7th OlARSt. D V ...... ... Nov 'th ST'1EPLEC: SE! ... ... Nov th .1AiltYNYR)NONG PLATE, T :,too. The DERBY, £tota. The CUP, £lo,ooo. Total Prire .Monet for week, i.26.5o and Trophy. Accommodation for thousands. ;he cn. vernmnces for thel comfort o1f visitors to F'Imingtont ntw surpass any:hing in the world. Return Tickets at HIOLIDAY EXCUR SION FARE;. H. BtYRON MOORE, Secretary. VICTORIlAN IRAILWAYS. XCURSIONS to Melbourne in connex. ion with the Victoria Racing Club's Sprinfg Mieting on 4tH, 7Trt, g9it, and tIXnL phOse LDays). From 31st October till zith Novembee (blth days inclusive) return tickets at holiday i excursion fares will be issued to Melbourne only at all stations ,Deniliquin and Maathoura inrclded)d and by Messrs. T. Cook an.l Son's agents at tiallarat, Geelong, and I;tnligo. The tickets will be available fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

Business Notices. WANTED TO BUY. a) ABBIT and Opossum Skins, Hides, J-r Bark, Sheepskins, and Beeswax. LLOYD BROS.. N,9 MAGINNIS are ,cash purchase rs of any quantity. PLUMBERS & TINSMITHS 1air, and , • " G .' ) B :: SP IVATE P IES fi.: tted up with TANKS, MILK & CHEESE VATS, &c. Milk and Cream Cans at reduced prices, Mrs. Abley, MIDWIFE AND LADY'S NURSE PINcNAGER Sr., Broadford. Frst.-class Re ferences. W. Palmer, pOQT AND SHOE MAKER, BROADFORD. L ADIES' and Gents' ooots of vii descrip tion made to order. Aspinall's Enamel, In 5uo beautiful colors. U SED by all the aristocracy of the old country. Non-poisonous. Easy of application. Dries quickly. Does not ,crack. Revives and beautifies old chairs, baskets, bedstsads, &c. It is a pleasure to arse it, and the results are most pleasing. SOLD BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. jcLean Bros. & Rigg Limited, Melbourne, SOLE AGENTS. NOTICE. T l fE best and cheapest stock of T Electro.-plated ware, gas and kerosene...

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The Broadford Courier, AND REEDY CREEK TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

ANti Relt rv Cic:nK '1-15S. I'PUtI.ISH ) E\'EI- i FRIDAY. FRIDAY, 'GovEli:it 3. £93. OvR PUBLICATION IlA.-T-'le Bradfrd CoUeIER will next week he published on Thursday, instea-d iof Friday moruing, in order to allow the staff a h rlidav on Prince of WVales' Birthday. SuccEssevi..-We have to extend our congratulations to Mir. Stanley S. Reit, eldest son of the lev J. B. lieid, of this town, on his Successfully passinr, at the Mlelbourne University, the examinationr, for the second year of arts, ol hg o11ly.crase before the court onr .fondiay was that 6f Thomas Adams v. Ml W. Siebler, claim 12 for carting clay, adjourned from last werek, and as the I' M. wr., not in atten?ldrce the case nwias further adjourlned for a wee:. INI.U.tSIi o?our.-A contemporary states that MIr. W.ter L. "T".i. ,r. of Glenhurnie, putposes placing ;oC Enlah troutt in the waters of the rnitdiy t'errk, niear Glen burne. \\'Wld it not .- .adir,hle for the Broadfordi Shire Coorcid to toliaow Mr. Taylor's exameple...

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THE CUP WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

THE CUP WOMAN. By " VERA" IF I were to take recent gownings as a promise of what the coverings s.f the'Cup woman of this year will be, I would say that she will be principally attired in last week's wash; but, fortunately, there is evidence of Arabian gorgeousness in shops, and, as I said in my last the contrasts are likely to be daring and ese wearying. I saw on the block the other day, girth and girth, as the awful sportis.g writers lave it, a gsided girl in an edge-frayed muslin frock, and a rcbody, sn a sea-green and pink shot surah with an imported chateau. This is on a par with the illustration of the millionaire who buys his cluthes at Footscray. Since the Government 'ouse party visited :te Zoo, that haunt of' the educated giraffe and the :ronbound rhinoceros, has been ta:kec afout in a mannerthatassures me it will ohortly become the antipodean Rotten Row without, of course, the horsey garnishings S:i:i, it is bound to pall after a very brief seav n: Our egislators will, of c...

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Ladies' Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 3 November 1893

Ladies' Gossip, There are at present no less than 423 lady students in Paris. Of these 123 study medi cine, viz., 22 French ladies. 95 Russian ladies, 4 Roumanian ladies, 2 English ladies, 2 Serrian ladies, 2 Bulgarian ladies, 1 Turk ish and 1 German lady. A lady is about to translate King Oscar of Sweden's literary works into English. The translator is an American-Swede by birth, Fran Anna von Rydingevord. She will be assisted by several Swedish literary men. Jane Lady Churchill is the most intimate friend of the Queen among the ladies-in waiting, and is in attendance on her Majesty at Balmoral and during the annual con tinental visits in the sprmin. She has been a widow for the last seven years, and is a daughter of the second Marquis of Conyng ham. ilme. Christine Nilsson, who is known in Spanish society as the Countess of Miranda a title acquired five years ago by her marriage with a nobleman of the Peninsula lives for the greater part of the year in a fine house at Madrid. In i...

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