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HELTH. The Temperare of Cur Food and Drinks. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 March 1892

lIjELTII. Ti' Tcnpereare of Our Food a jrinks. The temperator: our food and drinks was treated of by? Spsth and IKoetjurin a year ago, and mortcently by Ulliemann of BIodstock. r. Prof. Uhlemasnnviews the work of his Ipredeceaors, andrav;s his conclusions partly from this"aPartiy from his own ex periments. They ir first upon the tem. perature of ingeasn health, and the rules laid down are: 1. That, in g eal, a temperature of food and drink whioh eproaches that of the blood is most healul. For nurslings such temperature is easal. 2. For quenchibthe thirst, the besttem perature is from"nlegrEes F. to 60 degrees F. The favoriti nperature is, as is well known,32 degrees 3. The ingesticof very hot or very cold food or drink in Bth has a very damaging effect, which is ressted just in proportion to the ranidity wit which the hot or cold substance is takgn Hence the gulping down of ice water orhotifee, etc., means eventu ally, according tQ e light we are quoting, a mere ventral damtion. If ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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The Anglesey Election. MR. McKENZIE AMONG THE HILLS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 March 1892

The Anaglesey Eilccta~stk. MRt. McKENZIE AMONG THE Ht I'. DURIaG the past fortnight Mr. M. K. McKenzie has been visiting the moutn tainous portions of the Angl.-ey ele'. torate and has addressed a large number of meetings' lie 1 -x ressee himself as highly pleasel with the re sults of the tour and feels certain of strong support from the lo:. lities he has visited. At Jamieson, on March 1st, over 80 persons were present who i he ad dressed the electors in the Shire Hal!. Mr. J. Taylor occupied the ch Sir. The audience was most attentive rind res pectful and at the close of his speech he was heartily and apontane.;usly ap plauded. The day following over 6 t people met him at Gaffney's Creek, 3 r. Car di jun. cc~upyin; the chair. The re ception was of a hearty char .cter'and a hearty vote of thanks to tit Candi date for his speech was car e d. A strong committee was afterwards for med to secure Mr. McKenzie'e return. Woods' Point was reache:l '-t Thurs day, 3rd March, and here the mee...

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MATCHES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 March 1892

MATCHIES TO C'OME. Brosdford v. North Broadford-To he played on the gromnl of the former to-mor. row afternoon, commrening at 2 o'clock sharp. North team r N. Bidstrup, Craig, J. Hoban, Howden, lones, McNamara, A. Eaton, Kenny, Dunphy, Ilammersley and Davis. Emergencies : Svnon, sn' Eaton. The Broadforl team will be chosen from the following: Trezise, Whyte, Dixou,T. Fothergill. J. Harnl. T. Hiardy, II. Fother gill, Hohmoth. Dobson, J. E. lRe, A. Temple, G. McKay, Munro andGrif?in. The Yank's hare the roputation of heing cleverest at ever thin". Tohey have sadlptel nas a simple and most efietise means of ex. tinguishing bush fires, the following plmn which Ihas been frequently rouolht into operation, with the most n ttsfsetory reteiltS:. To the freshly strippedl skoi of a besatit affixed a pair of ropes. I ehirh thie skin is drawn along the ,le traek by two men, a nmol tollowing behind to exti'niosh any small peries which may have bIten miso l. In this way, it is stated, the work of...

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Wandong. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 March 1892

rrRnM OUR OWN CUtRRFsPNt)' , E\ T.] Toi long nntieinoted Pr.?Olto rian Te" M' et. ing and roneort h.tih wan posFtponedI, 11ne. count of prevalont silness is now anntounied to take pla.0 on the .th of A ril. Weo hal a rfrefbshin fall of rrin nn )M.. day onight ann dnrirL' prrt of Tuesday I ut in t:tfiiient to do month good. The interest in the .toming ennteat hlt wIen ,Messrs. luffy andl P. Fe.unll" fur the div. trict parliae?nr, tary anot io risine tanal tino mtotinls havute been hold at WVandnon. ly tl,m snpporters at the oppnito croups f,,r the purnose of forming committees to securo their return. I expo.!t now th'l the pronnr-ed water ouhuiemt is to 'looem tlt f*,om'onlish,,I fort with tenders to l, im,ulioatlty ntlltl are 3h1'1 hI.e things it .it litvi.r here, f,r 0 time at lmast. Io\:r?T?r:r--vlr iro differe?t Pultn a?t d ='oo -,., bl?th,- l .l licines in stork at j. S. trooal'.-- A:vr P'irted and putil.h..d by the "h opiot?er T Vt'. :i?III.lIK:ill a: i re?;'ered Otfit. llan'il...

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THE HOME. Leaves From a Housekeeper's Notebook. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 March 1892

TIIE IIO M E. ---+****- Leaves Fromn a lIousekeeper's Notebook. ·----*oc-- CLRtISSA POTTEa. Thens prottiost braided run I have evaer seen was sened in bright, shaded stripes, thret of green atd two of ecral!t, eshding from light to dark, the stripes alternating, until the narrow braids, sewed lengthwtse, formed a mat one and a half yards wide, the ends of each braid being cut and neatly turned and secured on the under side. About this rag was sewed, round and round, ten or twelve wider braide, ehading from light to darkset brown. Paint, soiled with heavy pencil marks, ob. stinate fly tracks, ink blots, and sun-burned tracks of greasy fingers, can be cleansed by rubbing the spots with Bristol brick. It removes the dirt without starting the paint. Those who cannot endure the choke and scratch of starchy linen collars for every-day wear, and who have depended on bite of old lace and limp muslin or cheap ruching for their print woahing dresses, should try fine linen.lace edging for soft...

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Spring Valley. OPENING OF ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 March 1892

Spring VallKy. -o OPENING.OF :ST. JOIIN'S CIIUnCI. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] HOWEVER necessary, rain is never welcome at a moment is appropriate to ,rourselves, and the feelings of the Spring Valle.y r si dents may be understood when on Theredty . Marchl xoth,they found the da!y s:t ",pert for the opening of their new ta;erls.le closing in with a drenching downpo,?r. Not. withstanding, as many as 90 pers-,r.s ga thered to St. John's and found seating ac eommedation around the luxurious tea tables bright with fiower. which, thanks to the indefatigatl: exrtions of the ,lis.es Brownlow, Evans, Daherty, Lstw andl Mrs. Carver, was of itself. a sufficient reward fat a etmcing. Once inside the dreariness of the weather was forgotten; for qluite apart from the pleasiure which comes of social intera:t 'rse und:r pleasant condition:s, the L.::, the place, wreathed as it was with flwelr of the most beautiful varieties, witn u!or;.l arches that must have sorely ta;rd tee pa. tience of the a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 March 1892

iausitless Notices. John C1ak } EGS to announce to the Residents of Bro.dfordl nd the Surrounding Dktriet; that lie has opened: A ?oBto?hsing Business I N ilIGH STREET, .\nd tuu:ts by keeping only First CLcss R'ohat to merit a share of your pat r n.:ge. A? TRIAL SOLICITED. Aieneral. rTHIE "BROADFORD COURIER" is a: First-class Weekly Newspaper Published on FRIDAV MORNINGS. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Quarter, 30 3d; posted, 3s 6d Per Annum (if paid in:ndvance) f2s; pested, tIs. VUT PALM:R, Boot Maker. Ladies S anin C ntas' hoots of all descriptio t "ade to o:der. Material and workmanship ouaranttecd. .NOTICE. f10O the Inhabitants of Broadford and sur roa:nding district W. e. SILE, Of Seymoir, T,ILO R, .lte cutter to the Wholesale Clothing Com. pany, Bourke Street, Melbourne), Orders executed 24 hours' after notice. T. H. MOYLE, Iarmers' & Selectors' 4gency. I. OODS' COURT, 152 SPENCER STR EET, MELBOURNE. •,3 INTERESTING LETTER ` tlnoM A wu. .-xtow , SPECIALIST. Ti( LLEWLTLL...

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Meeran The Maori. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 March 1892

Meeran. The Maori. R? _hi About seven miles below the junctioa p of the swif; \Waikato and the treacherous a Waipa there resided in the year 1861 al v settler named Armctrong. He was a young man, newly married, and, just before the - commencement of the events here narrated, ai his wife had presented him with an infant Fe boy. Healthy, prosperous and intelligent, H he was probably as happy a man as in all :t New Zealand; little areaming that events gl were in course which would suddenly dash the cup from his lips and spread desolation V over his home. at One evening, when he had finished milk. ao log, and had housed his cows for the night, m and had eaten a hearty supper, he sat by his h, fireeide placidly Emoking his pipe, and un watching his babe calmly sleeping in the crib he had fashioned for it. His wife sat M opposite, sewing. It was a picture of simple contentment which might have inspired a hi Goldsmith or a Borne. cc "The natives are getting fidgety, Susan," a, he remarked,...

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Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by correspondent.] The Editor of the Broadford Courier. ELECTORAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 March 1892

Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents.] The Editor of the JBroadford Courier ELECTORAL. Ste--I think the public are indebted to " Two-and-Two-make-Four" for his sug gestion that Cr. Ilolwell should be dignified as a juot:cv of the peace. But a large ma jaority of the public were already aware of his impartiality and sound judgment; and this together with the fact of Cr. Holwell's fearlessness qualifies him for the distinction. However, although Cr. IIolwell would feel honored by the distinction he is a man of too much principle to allow himself to be pitch forked on to the Bench by the pers mal in ffuence of any individual. When Cr. Holhvell graces the Bench and gives the public the benefit of his impartial judgment, it will be by the wish and sp. proval of a large majority of the commu nity.--Youra &e; THANKYOU.

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[COPYRIGHT.] A Romance of Maoriland. CHAPTER X. LOVE'S YOUNG DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 March 1892

rOoPTRIGIIT.] Fernbrook's Double. Romance of Maoriland. Bl ATIIA WESTBURY. - - ++-- CHAPTER X. LOVE'S TOUSG DREAM. Fair the morning, and gay the banker and his party, as they drifted with wind and tide towards the picturesque suburb of Tel Dallo. At Terra Fontaine, famed throughout the world for its glass, the par.y separated. Prince di Roumaine would not hear of Warne and his friend leaving him yet awhile, but pressed them to accompany. him to his villa at Del Grade, and spend a few days. The invitation was accepted with evi dent satisfaction by one of the twain, and none tihe less so by the host's fair daughter, who clapped her hands in childish glee. " Alh, you shall see the 'Bravo's Leap,' and the ford, where Bianca Paianzi peris.hed, when hunted by the troops of the dreadful Iniuisition. MIio Padre we will go ho:ne round by the stream ?" The banker nods approval. "Violanto is full of old legends," hlie adds by way of explanation. " Bianca Paianzi, and the Bravo's Leap are local...

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Humorous. If Shed Only Waited. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 March 1892

'lutnoroens. If She'd Only Waited.' SI'm going to leave you, wife,"reaid e; Then she shrieked like a wild Pawnee, And fell on tie floor in asewoon aid she, Muttering ineoherently: , Oh, don't don't leave me, mor anite I" Then he brought her to, and begged she'd bhe More calm till his meaning she could see; Then again, in a tone of low degree, " I'm going to leave you, wife,"said he Then another shriek, in a wilder key, And an epileptic fantasy Ensued, till Ier husband piteously Besought her with most fervid plea Her mind of boding fears to free And brave herself for his brief decree, Then she braced herself 'gainst a hemlock tree, While her bosom heaved like a storm-bent sea, Till all of a sudden-oh, my I ah, me ! Her soul was o'erwhelmed by a gosh of glee As he finished his sentence rapturously : " I'm going to leave you, wife," said'he, " A roll of notes for a shopping epreC I" ParLsO the Piper-Settling with a plumber W'lr do men always speak to their wives as their bettet.hlalves...

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My Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 March 1892

My Nar-row tscape. It I never told anybody how very, very near I was to death tl.at night, joct a year ago; I but as I can now look back and calmly re call each thought, each word, each act, I I think I will write it down as a warning to n all who may find themselves similarly cir. cumstanced, hoping, with all my heart, that I the number may be few. In the first place, my name is Frederick Putnam. I am, and have been for the last ten years, the foreman and bookkeeper of the large lumbering establishment of Wi! liam Winston and Co., and hope to be for another decade,unless something better turns up. pIMr. Winston is the resident partner and manager of the manufacturing part of the business. The other members of the firm,of which there are two, live in the city, at the foot of the lake, and attended to the sales of lumber, which we send them by vessels. This is by far the largeot share of what the mill cuts, although the amount of our sales directly from the mill, to supply the countr...

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The Broadford Courier, AND REEDY CREEK TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1892. Railway Management. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 March 1892

AND REDYv CREEK TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MARCH iS, 5892. Railway Management. IF the accurate diagnosis of a disorder be the first essential to its successful treatmlelnt, the stethoscopic enterprise of the" Age," as manifested by its re cent additional disclosures of Victorian Railway mismanagement, should in no wlaO I.c? -its rewar. - -Amuomnl;nR tho veracity of those revelations to be be yond question, as constituting facts open to easy and certain verification, the immediate cause of the railway deficit, which has been from £200,000 to £600,000 annually, is clearly seen to be extravagance doe to multiplied superintending officialism. A close investigation shows that since 1883, the year when the management be came vested in a board of commis sioners with Mr. Speight as chairman, the pay of salaried officials has been immensely increased in every case, while a large number of auxiliary offices have been created with princely emoluments to meet but pretended necessiti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 March 1892

Auctions. Osborn & IMudson'e Sales. OSBORN & HUDSON, Auctioneers and Estate Agents KILMORB. OLD STOCK SALES AS FOLLOW lBROADFORD.-At P. Bidstrups yards. First Thursday in each month, Net sale., April 7. I'YALONG.-At Cooke's Yards. Second Thursdlay in each month. Next sale, April 14th. Entries lnvited. Iand and clearing sales promptly conducted.. KfLMORE YARDS--Eveiy alletaata Sa. turdasy Next sale, Malrh 26. OSBORN & HUDSON, Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, Kilmore. TuE2MURRAY..IVER STOCc, STA. TION AND COMMISSION AGENCY COMPANY, LIMITED. i "F With which is incorporated "" Browhn and Seward " and "Chanter and McKeniie." Capital £5o,ooo, ir. So.ooo shares of £i-each. Subscribed Capital i.£30po. Hold sales as followse?. Seymour. Ist Tuesday`s in: t. b t Longwood, Monday, ?g9th October. Clearing Sales and Private Sales conducted. W. H. TREVENA, Seymour Representative. Sports. Broadford Athletio Club Will hold their ANNUAL SPORTS, ON SATURDAY, APRIL 9th, '92. p R 0 G R...

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The Captain's Grip. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 March 1892

The Captain's Grip. BY O. F. PARSONS. Ac old California friend-John Wilson, let r? all him flr eonvgnience-had been strol. ling about Now York, refreshing his memory, cetting new points of interest and generally "taking in" the sights. In piloting him round the city, I naturally stumbled upon the Eden ??see, and took him in to see the grimly groups and tableaux in the crypt. He was very much interested in them and re peatedly expressed surprise and admiration at the skill of the workmanship and the artistic and realistic effects of the grouping and attitudes. hIaving worn the blue during the rebellion, he was especially attracted by the representation of Casier' last fight; buo I observed that he could hardly take his eyes oi a group of figures in Oriental costumes, and that for some minutes after examining that group, he continued grave and absent minded. Presently, at luncheon, I asked Jock what particular memory that Oriental tableau had stimulated. I put the question advisedly, ...

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Broadford Police Court. (Before Mr. Rowan, P.M., and Messrs. P. Kenny and C.M. Ross, J.s P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 March 1892

Biroatlford Police Court. (Before Mr. Rowan, P.M., and Messrs. P. Kenny and C. hi. Russ. J.'a P.) R. Young and Co. v. M. \V. Siebler. This was an actii,'n brought against De ea aatt to recover thie sum ot 12 6s 7d. 1Mr. Speeil, for I)efendant, admitted reccivin. the goads but ·rounded tlo de?,i:e on an excessive charge. Mr. R. Von?ng deposed that he had tranaecrrci the goodwill and chattels of the business in question to Mr. Siebler in i89t according to the terms of a written agreement. The goodwill con stituted a part of the claim, to the ex tent of £25. Towards the settlement of the debt ',31 odd, including a mare, had been paid. The P.M. at this point demurred to the insclusion of the claim for the good will in the charge and it was mutually agreed this should be struck out, and in consequence the case collapsed. Same v. C. Thmpson. Claim of £3 13s 4d for goods sold and delivered. An order was made for the amount with 15s 6d costs. Same v. A. Roy for recovery of £? 12s t 9d for g...

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A Song of Fleeting Love. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

.. Song o1 Flecting! Live. Love has wings ae light as a Lir., CGOileless he lools, as a Jov., ,:! wron; Whatever his song, be is oricf or long,J It still has this for anr over word: Love h:.a wiongs Thiugh to-day the truant may stay, Though he woes and ausa and sings. Only sorrow to maids he brings; Pout him and flout him, laugh ulm any Lore ha wbings I Hold your pulses calm, uns'i:red Calm and cool as a woodland pool, Let not hi song your heart belooll List, through is all, for the overword: Lave has wings I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

H-avinE an Extensive Circulation throughoutthe Immed iate and Surr.m ing Districts, our columns afford Unequalled Advantages for Advertising, and supply Tradesmen, Manufacturers and others with the jest means of giving publicity to their various trades and callings.

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[COPYRIGHT.] Fernbrook's Double. Romance of Maoriland. CHAPTER XI. PETER DUSK. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

rCOP RIGU l T. Fernbrook's Double. A Romance of Maoriland. -" By Atha Westbury. CHAPTER XI. PETER IUSK. There is no lack of gloomy buildings in Venice, even at the present day. One of the most massive, and withal, dull and dreary as the outside of a gaol, is the Hotel do Collott. Its windows and balconies hang over the Grand Canal, like the leaning tower of Pisa. The main ap proach to it is by the water-way, beyond the Bridge of Sighs, world famed in song and story. If the exterior of do Collott seemed mouldy, dtcayend, and time-eaten, it by no means followed that its interior presented the same uninviting aspect. Indeed, all things considered, this hostelry was one of the best in the city; its host being no less a.personage than a stray waif from the Emerald Isle, named Tim McClure, a fine upstanding fellow, six feet three inches in his socks, and who had seen ser vice under Wellington. How McClure came to be a pubhican in the centre of Italy was a query best known to mine heost of...

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Rifle Shooting Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

Rifle Shooting Match. STIE happy relations subsisting between Sthe officers and men of tne * B " Com pany of the Mounted Rifles is well d known; and it is probably due in a large measure to this esprit de rupsT. that the company has recorded so brilliant a record on the field of military competi tion. With a view to affording the men Sthe stimulus derivable from rubling Sshoulders with one another in friendly competition a shooting match was ar ranged to take place last Saturday at the local target between the men of the Broadford, the tntandra and the Mur chison detachments of the comp;ry. The K.itnandra troopers arrived an 'fr day night, and having been bi;icted In excellent quarters at bid;trup's Hotel, they marched out at an early hour theL following morningi to the butts, and opened fire in al'eriate shots .with BHro?id ford at tie 20o yards range. '";h ground is Fnely shcelercd, and but for the fact that the rde wýs sii i fcrent, the hill for -iti.-o!Ij: wav-a a thiit could be...

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