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The Anglesey Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

'if'e Angl~ eey Eectio:n. Mt+. M. K. tMc?Kve Ze ad.rreased a large met.fin. at th+." Mchanics Hall, Tailarrntl, on I ridv exsen !::,' 11r. ( imour, who was vote.d t the ch:.ir, bri,-P j introduced the ca;.i1itt,. w a ilr: ..,' the electort for l.,- of an I:,:tr, ,n the subect irc f the ls,, k tSax, r'l :: lir y re:orn:- S andsl ti e .ald vote. In rc n, r e. t5 :.: * e' ,..l , h c" t .t.e' ,,ro ,:, I rf t! r: lu!tri;cl Plro-rea ive I.. ý't% \'r " :' e, ,i.-.t 3 0 -'t only ,,n an te hc',r.r l br. ai. ot f mI srhv,,: l u!rage cour! such a c,,q:,,-;a be ju t. I1' ,:..,.n :. .. sci.distic do trine d.f t!he ' u::,-,a.ne in.re ment' as propoundaed y Mr Trenwith and others, and to the intrluence of who-e toach ing ha attributed tire shttered tinancial credit of the cslonv. let contended that he had always been the friend al '!thor, arnd that capital and labor w-te cs mpli t ents the one of the other. At the c ~~i e ao the ad dress which, with the errepti,.n of a slight attempt at disturbanc...

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Strath Creek. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

Stratl!i C'reek. (FROM l OU OWN CORRESPONDENT.] THE usua1 monotony of our hljoot ~lif :r1 jdooas o'ly l r, ken loct 'rlizrolac eoeniul I the~ will strainltoo a cooertinawhiioh lwrallol a large ' oirprrtoo par~ty' 1.n to I to thit residiooo ,f ]rA iA nrt,.·5. Ti'; y re,-tivre a rer on hiert welroloo Ifroa tIi Food natured lrio I;~st.\ who di l hip brat to makeli it appea:r lie wns qohit' ralr fir tlh' ion ny A 'r-ve pllcaviot .rnin^ wao a·n..t inlincing vud ,outjijal ý ,oi!lutbwaloii.

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Sage and Savory. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

Sage and Savory. Indolence abhors exercise. The spark of envy kindles the fires of hate. It is easier to refuse another than to deny yourself. If pains is taken eatisfaction should be given. Hope will not revive until confidence has been restored. Even those who live high are not out of harm's reach. The wrong-doer may succeed in eloding justice only to be overtaken by remorse. lie whose wit is his livelihood can ill afford to be outat humor. The eye telegraphs its message of love; the tongue expresses the sentiment. The man who wants nothing could not possibly wish for lees. It would seem absurd for one to plead that the vengeful things one has said about an. other were uttered in spite of one's self. Though truthful utterance is worthy of the highest commendation, it cannot be denied that a lying tongue would be better lstill. At the Seaside.-Belle: "I ncticed that May turned up her hose at your colonel." Blanche: "Yes, one of these seaside girls naturally prefers a naval engageme...

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The Broadford Courier, AND REEDY CREEK TIMES. PUBISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1892. The Ministerial Policy. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

eht Aroadforad ?outrir,r Aso RE?ED CREEK TItES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. r FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1892. The :Ministerial Policy. ?n. SIIleLS put an end to the disagree able suspense,which has more or less para- t lyzed the political energies of the colony since the formation of the new cabinet, I by his brilliant speech at Casterton last Saturday. That deliverance, bearing like all true eloquence the broad outward stamp of manly, rational thought, is now presumably in the hands of everybody: t and after the burst of adnmiration, is the subject of criticism everywhere. But whatever critical analysis may do to wards modifying certain features in the policy inundated, most people will be lieve it to be the brave and unshrinking attempt of a man of extraordinary ability, insight and of experience, to portray the actual condition of the colony by the light of sober, if somewhat ugly, facts; and by a just and comprehensive estimate of the hidden factors which have produced that condition, to be...

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Wandong. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

rFROM. OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] A Porou.nD fee'ing of rgret has been oe. easioned here by the sad de:,th from suicide of MIr. Kenneth McKenziejof Clambilnane. Many people from this lo.ality followed his remains to the crave. Mr A. Sweetman our heal stationmaster has been just transferre, t. Kilhnore. His many good qualities Inmaku s to regret his departure. though it leadIs to rejoice at his preferment. The tender for theexceut: n of the first see. tion of the loeal water work has been called whits indicates that the id, is near its prac tical redlization. Polities are par exeellan, the cotrlling element here as els.owh.-- just now. The Hona. Ir ul)tly, Post \3s oer General. pro. oses to woo the lets er e itre at. a ioetio at the 'Tra'sUor Rest tutc ou ti: ioth ijist,

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The Untamed Chudda. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

The Untamed Chudda. "No," said an old lady from the country as she sat wistfully chewing the knob of her parasol before the counter at O'Brien's, "I raly can't afford it. It's prezactly what Mariah Ann tole me to git-that airchudder cloth-but I can't go over two shillings and sixpence a yard, nohow." " It's as cheap as dirt, ma'am, for Chadds cloth," said the perspiring clerk. "Have you ever considered the enormous expense to produce this material 1" "Well, no; can't say I ever figgered onter it." "Well, ma'am, in the first place it takes six men fourleeni days to catch a chudda. They are getting terribly scarce now." "Are, eh ?" "Yes, ma'am, and it's awfully dangerous, too. You see the old buck chuddas-the hair of the female isn't long enough-are awfully canning creatures. As soon as they see the hunters are after 'em they take to their holes and don't come out for two weeks at a time." "The poor critters." "f'act, ma'am. Of course all that time the hunters have to keep still, lay ...

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In CentralAmerica. An Interesting letter From a Sunny Land. Somo Desccndants [?] Hysterious Race —How They Live [?]hcir Laws, Customs and Str[?]age Superstitions—Notes by the way. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

In CentralAmerica. An Intoeresting tter Iroma Sunny Lang. Some Deccendautnis 'Tysterlons Race --Fow They Livbheir Laws, Cuse toms and Strego Supersti. ttons-Note )y the Way. Though far removfrom all of the high. ways of civilisation.nd habited only by strolling bands of igrrant savages, Central America is still one dihe garden spots of the New World. Gorgnes mountain scenery, where towering peas, covered with ver. dare, nod to each othr in the clouds; luxu riant tropical vegeftion-groves of palm, cocoa, orance, lime, pnana and plantains; delightful odors of rlest flowers, that burden the air with their thest perfumes; smiling skies and laughing waters; serene nights, luxurious and calm; clouds of lantern flies, sailing like insphered stars on the night breeze; all these m.ngle n a combination of beauty and enchantment that makes life pass like a. midsummer night's dream. If beauty, grandeur and sublimity can soothe the heart, inspire the soul and entrance the rapt senses, then -may ...

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A PROPER PHRASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

A PROPER PEHIaE. When Mr Boozy disappeared, And to the abPent state adhered Till anxioeus friends were growing gray, To those who knew on what he led It seemed quite fit to hear it said That he'd been spirited away,

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Cheese. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

Checsc. Chbeeo may be said to be one of the molt staple articles of food which we have. It may also be mentioned as one of the earliest kinds of food used by man. The Bible makes frequent allusion to it as in use by the early Zewish patriarchs, and frequent reference is made of this article cf die? in the earliest Hlebrew records There can be but little doubt that the cheese of that early period was inferior to that of our own time. The reason for this doubtless lies in the fact that the chemical process which to-day enters intJ and makes the cheese superior was not understood at that time. This chemical process is, in a word, that factor which causes the milk to curdle before it naturally becomes sour. Various methods were at first adopted to accomplish this result, among these may be mentioned vinegar, cream of tartar, muriatio acid, etc.; but nature from her laboratory Euggestedabetter than these. Observation dcttcted the fact that milk taken into a call's stomach would ouickly c...

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Womanlission. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

Wiolrnanr fli aion . 0, woman, in ou ,ars of ease, Uncertain, coy, &hard to please, And variable as ibhade By the light quiie'g aspen made. When pain or an"gh wnruga the brow A ministering ant thou.

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Nerves and Narcotics. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

Ncrves oIIatl N?rre:okcs. In the May number of the Breslau aDrtUscfe RI irv, reproduced in the American Anauyst, Dr. Adolph Seeligmuller diecutoes the uni vereal subject of nerve troubles as follows Execsoive, exhausting, and too long co-. ttnEel work, ineuflicient or irrational recrea. tion, and deprivation of the right amount of eleep are some of the main cauce for the increase of nerve troublet in our day. The competition in al. the lrolesiouns and cal lings ;is so great that for every person whose powers fail, ten are reedy with fresh strength to petlorm the same or greater labor for the same or even a emaller remuneration. All exciting and weakening amusements should be done away with, and the quiet jois of family intercourse, the convereation ot intimate frience, and sociable walks in the fields and woods should take the place of brilliont evening assemblies Then every person should pursue some agreeable occu pation besides his regular profession, and in tme latter he ought to...

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The Windsor Murde. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

IMOsT startling results have i' ndcd the ins\esiatgions made by the I.i\trloIt Police into the antecedents tf thie man Albert \\'illiamI:s ais l; rr in S.:anso who has bet i uersted in We\'t Au-tlralia on a charge of il rderri I, t... feat W indsor. \'ictoria in .)ce I. i t. 11 annon iOteminit of the it ., ti and the n ,horrible ntod adoi ,f. ) t ,r etrator to hpl:ose of the i . of I i viclllo caed ia grat enilL?'ui : iI th t i lnsip of ILur nt ll, ,itulo ale a i. ' :,iie t om iverpool, at v khwh pl ht \1 t1 I ares had bred for somie I:o:,;, rir ti i,, departui c for .\us-tr.dia in N. tcr'' la . The det 'ie- :itrc ted It, ou:,e at uhich \\ isams lived oi.. ftare i, :e induced by a horn ible Sle:: to hit the ]ealthstone, whorn it w..,-.n,' tha? the murderer had hiddJen the ,. at ing bofies of two children biib'.! :io?;i c ll?cnlt ini tihe stne iashion us tie nltc'l a;t Windsr, I'loceeding to t.In :p i he 11 ar they made a further gii : , l.) ' ils t?o cry,coinlg upon the body of i i ...

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Suicide by Poisoning. DECEASE OF MR. KENNETH McKENZIE, OF CLONBINANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

-0 DECEASE OF MsI. KENNETH Mc KENZIE, of CLONBINA1NE. CN Tuesday the sad intelligence reached this district of the sudden decease of a well.known i grntlkman who for nmany years hIas |sen a Sresident in this distriet.--Mr. MKenet'l lac 'oenzie of Chlobinane. Later particulars have confirmed the news and from the rai ,rt o. r an inquest he'd on that day evides.:e twas given which leaves no room to dn lll' the I unfortunate gentltknan had olnmittli sui ide on 3Ionday by taklitg laudanum. SAt the inqutiry, Mr John Mes!ta MIclenzie 'rock and Station Agent said that he was a !tother of the deceased. On Sunday Light hey., remained in the house together talking. Hlis brother then alppeared in cirellent elririts. At about 10.:0 he said " Good tight ; I thi:k I shall go to Ibed." A.s r is aitness knew, deceased then ratired. About : s,'clock on Monday morning waittnes heard deceased mooing about in his roam. but this did not occasion hinm any anxiety or eatlieoity rs it was a tnatter of fIeq...

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The Arabian Traveller. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

The Ar.t: i:ne TrsavllerC. Mohrammed Ben Ali to Ismail Msetatoha, Chief Co?k of the Estern Star, greetings and glry. Hfow cas!l I tell thee of the wonders which I hays seen or of the trangeo thlings hicll I have heard, O Light of Asia Minor ! Let me tegin at the beginniog, and tell thee first of the strange men and women I have Te men here are divided into three classes: werking men,politicianeand dudes. The working men are thoes of the humblest station, who do the manual labor of the land. But they are not as wise as our working men in the East, 0 Lover of the Nightingale I For, behold, they have made unto themselvee deities of certain of their fellown, and these they obey blindly. And these deities, ealfed in this country, agitators, do pe?rusde the working men to rebel ogainet their employers, and to join in concerted movements not to labor. Then these agitators do persuade the working men to contribute large sums of money to the support of the movement, which presently falts bec...

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THE GIRL PILOT; OR A BAFFLED VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

TIHE Gi -L PILOT; Cr., A BAFFLED VICTIM. BY RUFUS HALE. There was no he!p for it. To prevent his craft from going ashore, the captain of the sloop Spray- a emall vessel belonging to a Norway coast survey expedition-was ob liged to anchor off one of the Loffoden Is lands, not more than a mile from the dan* gerous Maelbtrom. As the little yacht-like craft swung to her anchor, with her two polished carronadesl glistening in the sunshine, her commander, Henry Morton, a handsome young naval mate, pointed his glass toward the whirl pool, whose distant white waters he could see circling near the rocks, although the weather was calm and clear, without a breath of air stirring. " They say the Maelstrom is not so ter rible an affair as people used to think it was," he remarked to his second officer; "but it is bad enough to crush our little sloop against the rocks and sink her, should we get into its current." "Ay, ay, sir ; and etill worse it must bein stormy weather," was the reply. As soon...

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General Gatherings. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

GencrI'll GathlleringS. ?an.n is a pathetio story of the Nihiliste One Boris Pliaskin was oadermned to Siberia for life, and ten years' penal servitude in the mines for correspanditnt with alleged Nihi lists in Soitzerland. Ilis yourg wife, who was but 20, followed him to Siberia, through a terrible blicsard, and at last, more dead than alive. found her way to the mine. ly bribing the ofllicials, she was lowered down to where her husband toiled. Next morning she was found in his arms by the guards, by whom she was instantly arrested, and finally rest back ton Macow. TarEni was a terrible sequel to a dance at Venice, the Illinois town. GrantWood and Richard Oliver quarrelled about a woman, and, each clinching the other's left hand, they fought it out with knives, clashing each other with horrible ferocity. While the s:ruggle was fiercest a negress struck Oliver on the head with a club. felling him to the gtound. While Oliver was prostrate Wood drew a pistol and shot him in the hip. D...

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The Debating [?] Converzatione. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

The De)bain g Sociity's Conveb 1 z'Ill i1ne. A Few .hi.t f a hun lreI ml b.,ri r anl fri-""n s respond , in u ca rditl invithtioa given to obe ,resent at I.iterry tat, 1 t ,I :ng So'iety's 'oiverzati,,one wht i . ,'ami ,fr iit tiht ,hlehaiies' Ialli ln iTutil iy ev .ni.g. ITi meeting ath b,:een colve. s1 n a social hion. gilar ion of the oncotmirg wintr ?ssiin,a?ol the eery cmuplt,, arrangement, mable to illure its success were wtfll rewaorn I by, tihe hearty expressios of satisfaetiot)l which were universally neeordcl. As aou.d a co?siolerat; l time wes devotel to personal intercourseo; lnt trotlo;e who fro:i til:liity, or otter resolnsoll olj not greatly enjoy thL, frcilities given in this direction a number of raried atlractions were Iproiderd. For instante. at a table in a corner of the ronom, ?Ir \V. Co?bIn, wilh It gonrIII s , on111 -, sitderatin which hdoes hitl hJo''r, bad spread lllhon a tatle quit.' aitduaIble IOi..rolo,,rial museumi, Ciomprising a lar,, io'ir'?,ii? of lor...

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Heroes and Martyrs of Invention. James Nasmyth and the SteamHammer. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

Heroes and Martyrs 01 Invention. -9- nY GEORGE O1AKEPEAC TOWLE Jaimes 'cts!lth rtland the Sftettms .ll rte rtse'l. The roll of modern inventora contains no more attractive name than that of the sturdy Scot who invented the marvellous steam hammer. Thelife ofJames Nasmyth was a romance. His achievements were noble, his success was brilliant, and his character was no cheerful, sunny, upright, and happy. that it is a delight to dwell upon it. He himself has told us, in words of simple. hearty enthusiasm, the story of his boyhood and of the triumphs of his manhood. It is curious that his very name had a history in striking contrast wish the actual facts of his life. One of his ancestors, it is said, in try ing to eacapa from the enemy on a battle. field, assumed the disguise of a blacksmith. He was caught after a sharp race, when his captor, perceiving his disguise, exclaimed " Why, you are nr? smyth " (no smith); whence came the family name of Nasmyth. Now no greater smithl ever lived ...

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CHAPTER XII. TRANCE SHADOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

CIIAI'TEII XII. TIRANCE SIADOWS. Sitting here in my lonely room, out of the rush and hurry, and the roar of busi ness, I become, as it were, conscious of thought taking definite shape, and bear ing me away to that other and more familiar world, where buying and selling, cheating and lying cannot enter. I have been here very often, so often indeed, that many of its for off, h I:y labyrinths are well-known to me. And what mazes, what countless, inextricable windings hast thou. 0, wonderful world of the I.eal! If I grow weary of the hollow glitter-and tile shams of respectable humbugs, 1 have it safe refuge in thee ! There are no wailings of injustice, nor groans of pain and want within thy fair domains. Men of one idea will laugh, and say: "Tuis is the drivel of insanity." Let them say. Ignorance is as ramp:ant and intolerant to-day, as it has been on many a day that witnessed the envious persecu tion of many of God's noblest creatures I have my talent, and 1 do not wish to hide it be...

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In The Country. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 March 1892

In Tile Country. M?iss Featheredge-" Oh, Mr. Curtis, wh't a lovely, dewy morning !" Farmer Curtiss-Yes; them slippers of yours will ketch it." "Why, the grass is quite wet; whatever makes it wet now ?" "The dew, to be cure." "But the dew falls at night." "Yes; it stays fallen, too, till the sun dries it off next day." "lReallyI But our clear and limped the air is-like new wine." "H'm! Did you ever happen to see any new wine." "Really, now, I'm not positive that I ever have." "Well, it's about the muddiest looking stuff you ever beheld.', "Is it now, really? You have a lovely farm here I" "Pretty fair for a sidehbill lay." ' Lack, there comes an ideal yeoman." "Oh, no; he's one at the hands." "So stalwart and graceful." "That young fellow can mow a wider swath than any man I ever had." " Oh, I am sure of it-a perfect Hereulestl " Yes, an' drink more beer than any three I ever had." "Oh, what an iconoclast you are Mr. Curtis," " 'm I p'bsps so." "Oh, bus you are you krmw. Fancy that y...

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