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Dresses in the Pl[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

Dresses in the Pl . In hTe Rocket, our old hnd, Miss Emma ):wynne, has a part th gives her a cbann to display her ability etter ad vantage than as the mysteriom ormanda. She maoes an excellent Frenc man and dresses, is she always does, with te. The gown is of petunia colored fat material with yole, skirt bands and gigc leeves of black vel.et. A perky little beset of the same edora is worn with the 4ess, and later on a cape to match the oress. The refined `ype of beauty of tie actress finds a strong contrast to the pronce style of Lady liammeresmith (Miss Wct.Tanner), a giddy vidow, who wears a h me dress of brown and gold stamped velvt opening over a jtuon of plain golden b n velvet furnishedwith an ecru flounce; 11 sleeves of brown silk complete a stylish c ume. A little Tuscan bonnet trimmed h blight green is worn in the last scene ith this dress Miss Spong wears a simple whi morning gown at first, afterwards a gre, avelling dress of velvet, plain skirt ai three. quarter jacket an...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LADIES' COLUMN. The Outdoors Girl. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

THE LADIES' COLUMN. The Outdoors Girl., .',4lleO ,the baUlroom cantistes Theyouths who cusser rou teo. Fragile, and fair, and pale is hbe, Too dainty to touch the ground. She'll dance for hours without 4 rest In the ballroom's dizzy whirdl But she's far too fragile and fsir for me. Hurrah for the Outdoors Girl: Her skin is browned and theblood shows through In a healthy, glowing flash. She doesn't care for the pale delghts Of the brilliant ballroom's crtb. Shelovres the fields, the flowers, :he woods, And the joyous song of birds. To her the joy of living seems A pleasure too deep for words. She fences, rides on horse or wLr , Plays tennis, and walks, and vr~es She lives as much inaweek as tiebelle Of the ball in a dozen lives. Her head doesn't ache in the af ernoon, Andher appetite never fails; I She's bright, and cheery, and filof life, And astranger to aches and 5is. She's plump, and rosy, ani sweet, and round, A picture of perfect health; She boasts a freedom from ache andpains ...

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

Women as Chairme. " You cannot," said a memnsb of the Geographical Society at a recent eetmgi San:ke a chairman a chlai oman." " Impossible," perhaps, " only -'s been done." Women have before n v been elected as " chairmen " of School Boards. They are to be imitted to the new Councils propoee under MIr Fowler's Local Governimeat Bill. There will be no reason why a woman member should not in due couroe be elected chairman of a District Council; and as the chairmen of District Councils are to be ex-otiicio J.'s.P.,the nmember of the Geographical Society cited above may yet live to seo a woman on the Benclh. But would lie survive it ? asks a London paper. - -0 - -

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 — 8 September 1893

WANTED TO BUY. I)AilIIT and Opossum Skins, IIides, . Bark, Sheepskins, and Fleesw.ax. LLOYD IIP.OS. AND ?AGINNIS are cashnurchasr rs of any aauantitv... --. General Advertisome;ts. Important toa ~rrers andi I)airymE;n. jUGIIEST PIUCE FOR PRODUCE. Wood, Dtna and Coy. LIMITED, 9 MIA1!KEM-Jr., 11 LBUOU RNE. 1 'AI\I and Dairy ridare pi chl-~d +..r Ln.rr~t inite Tri· !c AcicLla S.I.s *seii.ii cld harm, anal fanners'J p j'erlli ,i 11 Loans negotiatimd. Insnria m l ni.a ,l. rlnaitto and Ilanicts of iio I A't i:is. Cii in Inlaiii iis, aad t v ry dairy r qNte alwits on hLand IFion our lonig nd intimate ,;,.siataa"'a quit,- a nts, ciernts i'ny inii sii ui d or' the. satisi stort onol ll-aen .1f a!l Lasiness en truild toin . In writing ilieane iddrnn in full iOOD, 1)UNN & Ci.. M1AP.rK1:T-STIrEET, lIlELDOURNE. . . .. ... - - - - .. . . . . . . . . . DESTROY ALL NOXIOUS INSECTS I Whether in the House, the Conservatory, or the Garden, by using KRUSE'S I NSECTICI DE. A Lady writes :-" Life...

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

The Achievements of Cavalry. Cavalry,"in the "Uested Service Magazine," recounts in vivid and telling language the story of Von Bredow's famous charge (16th Aunust, 1570) against the guns and infantry formedon theridge north of the Vionville. Rezonsille road, whereby his six squadrons relivedi the overpowered German left flank, sad, by wrecking six batteries and four battalimi, checked the advance of the 3rd FrencljCorps. That Von Bredow led his men with slendid determination and remarkable enucees is manifest; but Sir Evelyn has im doubt that the pace was too huraiel, and that the horses were unneeasarily distressed before he closed on the enemy. "The instructions givenwere partly the cause of the heavy lose incarad, for had the brigade been rallied to its ri;ht after it had ridden through the infanrya greaterportion of it might hare got back. It is difficult to excuse the senior genesl on the spot for not support ing Von Bredow, as the Gth Cavalry Divisem was close at hand." Sir E...

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

A Superlative Luxury. Oh! that awful moment when one awakes to find all yesterday's duties waiting to be done to-day! But now it is worse. You sit up in bed and looked helplessly round. a Gradually the hopelessness of your position becomes clear to you. oun are beaten. You groan aloud in your despair. Suddenly the lalouds lift. Is not that a headache you feel ? You shake your head to make certain. You place the palm of one hand on the back of the other, and it feels warm; undoubtedly you are a little feverish. It is clear as daylight that you are ill. The maid knocks at the door, and says it is I time to get up. You chuckle. "Bring me up a little tea and toast," you say, "I - am not going to get up. I am ill: and, by the way, you might tell SDr Jones to look round in the course of the r morning." You know Jones, and he knows you. Having finally decided that you are an invalid, you find your spirits rising in a re. markable way-the reason, of course, being that fora healthy man you a...

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

HERE AND THERE. BY THE MAre ABOUT To?--, The hon. St. John Brodrick, late financial n..o5..e.p n th W 5n5m . *5.. Ot5m--- Administration, has been publicly whipped in London by a discharged inspector of the department, who had a grievance against him. Now, 1 thought that young man had a furtive, hunted-down look when he was out here a year ago. He was taking one of those flying trips roundlthe colonies which enable the lritisher to pose as an authority on Australasian topics. In the course of his wanderings he came to Melbourne, where he was honored as a distinguished visitor, and accommodated with a seat on the floor of theLegislative Assembly. What are the odds that "'Sinjin" (as he would pro nounce his front name) was not travelling to 'Ecape the whipping he felt that he de served? And, if so, how mortified the Labor members must feel that they allowed a bloated aristocrat to sit unchallenged on the floor of Parliament in this country? In future before the privilege of sitting on...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Rhyme for Dodds. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

No Rhyme for Dodds. a absence of rhyme, a rhyme for Dodds in Fch, is now worrying the musical publ in Paris. A Bacchic ode, we read, has en composed and dedicated to the Ge : Hai. sn of Victory! In t tcal regions thou wert great and mar Thou arausest bravery. Awaks-t the, hope of France. Hail to )Dodds ! etc. A is well in the French version, as re gard the rhyme, till we get to the Gen ' name, but no rhyme can be found cr that. It is often said that the French language adapts itself to expression h?tt the Intakse; we have any. number of rhymes for Dodds Hail to Dodds. Beloved of the gods, Who made for the backs of his enemies rods, And in tropical regions who fought against odds. One could go on for a week like this, at half.a.crown a line. In his charge to the grand jury at the Essex Summer Assizes in July, lr Justice Mathew paid that the calendar was a formid able and discouraging document, and con trastedveryunfavorably with the calendars firthe county of Essex in recent times. T...

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

THE MACIIINERY. Tile machinery in mntiun is probably thI greatest silht, if there beany "greatest.' of the show. lHere. a traction engin, shrleking and thundering-- its massivt wheels shaking the earth-there a 20 incl centrifugal pump, throwing" a great whitr sheet of water. ?,lilking machines, breath. td ing like calves of 40 horse power, potate S diggers rattling, reapers and binders working almost silently, and being all the more useful %. for being so modest; and away up in the air beyond the flag staffs, a dozen varieties of windmill spinning merrily on the spring 1 breezes. We refer as follows to notable exhibits in each class: ti Tile most comnillte eixhilbit of agriculrl iarvcst. I"!'ish 'rry ill si. sitleanst siset?-ie by te imarn r of IIc.IIIl!caige niis witil ic thi e i ll ibi t 7 grail nic,!s are i;1 dilclicuh teo a.lli". Thity yea 5 ,az: til n-:l inc lihak-iienty ?c'?-rs a'o a w re ..li n .e!r ?,;,lr ovr a ton alI a tllr -- olay 1 I Mi-ne ,indt-r, ir irn rt :s it is lig...

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

FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. looking at the many excellent exhibits of proddge it is easy to see, supposing there wt.re no other evidence but the finished product itself, that the days of the wooden plough and the insanitary dairy and its picturesque milkmaid has long since gone out of evidence. All around you are work ing with desperate energy, and 60 pounds of steam, milking-machines and cream sep SrvtLstt.--For stylish clothes go to J. S. Brown's. arators, bat:er ,'orkers, and butter presser : and tvcrghers, and rut.ery churn., grgll strmmers, ch "we presses,. curd mills, io? ma!:ing and refrig..rating machines-worPt ing seemingly with th: Ir:e i..a th.t if t!ihe do not hurry along o?mesthiag dadiul i certain to happen. The cmiayirvnant i dairy produces, for instance, and especiall in batter extends to the smallest detail a p.acing, that may favourably affect thil buyer. The judge wisely made neat packmng one of the speiilred conditions of sueer'. ant the exhibitors have in manny in;t...

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

HORSES. SIn thle Clydrsdlle t...ai,,l the rn:ric nre ic qltle !a y=, J.] rrihhericil 1trýfl.d Il:chh • 2 , '- I.:Vn, ,'li; S i'r:in of .tll ,ln; 3. J J I.I:oa· ' lletsnist: ý iir Illlon 3l.rc ý cr s-Ij 2 i \ ,or " - X" Col , ýni,-k'ts l:airiew, D ' l Ilr' 'I 't roi; 3. hi , s. lr.,dy's I Ky:.¢t,?:l, }'''.:"r l:,hL~t Celt, y'o U-. lr d, v hich r-,'l l:r, t is.u . his : : .lt ; inl the Gr.1 l)!lrm .ht // 0.1rs in -:it,: ,:2-- ~1 Twe. 0,'s 1.- cs 1..ll-hi,,:. (:tIll. 1 Il: ,uI-t I ne l dil e ·,- SwCeep .tlC s.L tg, -:oio , ll \ ( '. A0 Id hollX ?r' o y of A o l it. --.. of K,".ý.e l '.; S~ Jain!;: tllr -,n J.,o. ..;>::mi. v. ? :-. \C hms3"t'icv Ri;,,,V ,I I5a,' S ;? ie: ;u ,, i --.1 I itlra y's i ,iS.'l i . t',, C . .,k' : ( ;C:I,_t, .,: l .." i \V ski1 "'<_ F pre I'illv tr rUe o; a o..i iioJ. J a .¢- i):li ' XCll , , \ Ii .l ' ].:l , ,,. : . ,'~.;la l r.. llta :tlu. Pro d ,: . J :wtl',. "';. Fi~v l , Ven: -1 tod, Oil, i'r):ne ; ) of S hil ,n1 setS-1,i' J Ttr:.:?d '?, lle...

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

THE DAIRY BREEDS. In these.classes exhibits were much more pomerous and generally satisfactory. In the aged bull class of Ayrshires, Gordon and Glynder, father and son, were first and .econd. Gordon also won the champion prize for the best Ayrshire bull. Rob Roy and Robin Gray had a close judging for places, but Rob Roy was finally given first, with .Ir. bKirkham's Loyalist third. Fifteen yearling bulls entered the ring to compete for the hb;notrs of their class, the results being Peter Simple, Young Ayrshire King, and Norv;l, as pla.ced. Augustus, owned by M'Nab Pros,. receiving a commendation. Few, but good animals :" 'e class for cows 4 years or over, in milk, were shorwn Minnie being given first, and that fine. looking beast, Drumnlnrig's Heiress, second, and Mr , owland's Primrose. who dropped a calf the day before judging, third. t'INab's Minnie wa.s awarded the champion prize as the best dairy cow on the ground, in a good class; Favouriteof Munnock tool: he chlampion as being...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] of Journalists.) MELBOURNE, 4TH SEPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

M31RLoUonC , 4TII SEPT. THe. '93 Agriculhtiral Show opened ia IFl'i;n.ton in rain-it ended with the best of weather, and endlI., if anything, too soon iFrom the purely busini<s day of tile judging hrough te V\ice-regal d:iy and the sheep-. shearing day. and the other three days of the Show, the interest of even the constant compulsory visitor to the exhibition never IIfagged. There n-as so much to be seen in the never-ending varicty of odd, improved, and absolutely new ma.ahineiy in motion, in traction engine and r,:.;:er and hinder, and water-wheel and milking machine, atnd potato digger and irrigation plant, in th,lstein and Kerry, andl iHereford and Polled Angus, in Aye: hire and Jersey and Kerry, In Clydesd:lce and thoronghbreds and trotters, and roa.itcrs, and Clevelands and backs, and ponies. in Lincolns, Leice:ters, and Southdowns i aye, even in the unpicturesque hog, that the visitor, be or totwnmian or farme::r, bucolic professor, layman, must have been attracted...

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

N?tices. MALE (No. 7443) of Crown Lands, in Fee Simple, at the CourT HOUse Spy. so uS, on TUESDAY, the TWENTY. SIXTH day of SEPTEMBEII, 1893, at eleven o'clock a is TOW\VN OTS. Ilroadford, parish of lroadford, county of D. Ihousic -In .lamison an d Sutherland. isaeets; upset price £4 per lot, charge for su vey Lz.-Lot I. area 38 I1-op, allotment I,section 43; lots 2, 3. 4, area 3Sp each; a'lots 3, 5, 7, section 43 IFronting First. street; upset price £4 per lot, charge for survey Li.-lots 5, 6, 7, 8, area 38p each; ;d ots tS, 19. o2, and I, section 6. Frontin1 Hawvdon-street; upset price £4 per lot, charge for survey LI .-Lots 9 to 14, area ,Sp each, allots 2, 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, section 6. Fronting White-street; upset price £4 per lot, charge for survey is.-Lots 15 to IS, area 38p each, allots 8, a, to, II, section 6; vraluation on lot 17, '15, Mrs. Brownbill. Fronting Ferguson-street; upset price £4 - per lot, charge for survey Li.--Lots 19 to 24, area 3Sp each, allots la, 13, 14, 15, ...

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

Business Notices. A DAY'S DENIAL A LIFE'S REST You may achieve this by the In vestment of 5s., 10s., or 20s. TIIE IUTUIL FREEtDHOLD PROPERIT DIS. Issuing 11i,.00 SIIAItEt et 11 EAt(Iti also, IiAL SaIANES at lIs,, QUL'itLTEI SHAItES at ON. No Lianil'y. An)one can awpay. 3441 PRIZES. A.o. SYDNEY ACD SUBURBAN PROPERTIES, And largely reut-lpr oring, rangg in value from i 4.,t0 OJo x' r FIRST VALUE PRIZE £35,00o . Thkoon Miclitent Oflge and BRnking Chnmbers, Park end C:stierelh Storeeis u,'upied dey the City 1.0,5 ns.l tlue 3er ntile Ltuilong so lvpsey Limited, hating au onnal rental value o! S1;J. 14 CHANCES FOR EACH SIHARE. Apply Persnnllyor I hrT.elter wflt Ca-h Mlorey Ordert sll, t or pm, l.te (i'ehclolln e rhani e),and two stampeod envelopes fo reply and re.ult. Bankers: City Bank of Sydney. All moneys are ainn.d to r. tret aceount. No. I DtS1tRIttL'TN t.lllin, rapidly. Early application isuoesamry to s0cur0 allotment. For Shares. Prospeetuaes. nd 1fal pn?ticulars, rpely to I.ANAGER...

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

Local ald ral News. Foun.-A lady' 1 left in the Me. Lizzl chanics' Hall, on ay or Sunday, is been lyine at this office, be had on appli- Flowi cation, dent BALL.-Arrangem or the Oddlellows' into I ball are progressing bly. Tickets are tendi going off well, and air promises to be of se a success. depa CnURCtt SERVICE he Sunday evening the service in the variou testant churches in Blroadford will comnl at 7.30 in future, nt instead of at 7 o'cloc heretofore. s was MELBOURNE PLec This journal con- Insti tinues to keep abreas the times-indeed. hors it may be said, ahea the times. This was week's number is a iculary good one, out, and contains some firte caricatures and thre articles. the A LARGE Fsl.-atrrray cod. weigh. iron ing S lbs., was caugh the Sunday Creek. Mc near Mr. Ferguson's, 4w days ago, by Mr. late Patello, of the railhav tes. The fish was wot caught on a night-l'a and was shown to inc Mr. J. Ferguson whoiys it was a very fine sha one. j tllt ' htdbotween siC 'QtTr ffind r...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A TRAGEDY IN THE AIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

A TRAGEDY IN THE AIR. "Doctor," said the eick woman, with sud. den eagerness, turning her waited, bloodless face towards him, "how long hare I to liv ut, tue're not going to talk of vin; just yet," he replied, evasively, as hekeld up a seemll phial to the light, and et the liquid trickle slowly into a glass. "You trisn't give way like this, you know. Itdoes o earthly good. Keep u?a stouter heart, tid you may pullthroughitall right." . " No,' she taswered calmly, " I'm dying, and you Lnolit ! t ly time iy short- -yo need not shall your hed-this is my lrs night on eartt.I You'll see I'r not mistaken; I feel that dath is near. And to tell the truth," rhe aided, with a bitter smile, " I wouldn't ha~l it otherwise, even if I was given the choce ,' She lay backtiearily, and closed her eyes. The doctor made no further effort to dispel her gloomy fdrebodings; perhaps in his heart he knethiat she had spoken the truth. He looked tround the bare, comfortless room in searetof a water-jug. " Wha...

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

Using the Pasture. Henry Stewart says in tile " Country Gentle man:--"Any pasture ma:v he trehled in its usefulness and value by divjiding it into two parts, using one while the other part is left to recover its growth. As the constant dropping of water will hollow a rock, while tf the whole quantity falling in ten years should be poured on it at once it would show no trace of wear ing, so the pasture constantly eaten down is worn away, when by feedingl it to an equiva lent extent at intervals it will sautir no injury, and furnish teed for twice the atmber of stock. It is this continuous guawing at the short, weak herbage, giving no opportuuity for recovery, that reins pastures so quickly. Thus twenty acres of good pasture may be made to feed twenty head by this alternate method of use and rest, when ten head, or even five, will keep it bare, and themselves as poor as the herbage is. And the effect of this resting will be even more apparent if, when the animals are turned off one se...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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In Quest of The Lost Galleon. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 8 September 1893

In Quest of Tie Lost Galleon T Cst~nrL~~ .~.-'* -RVOn, B. A. "The eas?l w(Cn.h-rt ý.) SForgettinghe re tre,,lre whieh be had concealed in Lthedav, 0 the friendly treantment which he hoad o lu r ived from the tribe who ntew ofit w- -i - ed e tr th knew of its ohereaeuts, the ailor rheshd into tbde rf, an throwing himself into the boat ade themen pull back to the ship. When he was standing on the decl of the latter hl recog nised fully hiseow position. Abovehimfloated ee bpanit tlah, ileore glancesof hatred frot a11 the crew ere turned pon hi antred to eom plate his discrmfif. the omm ander who chmeforwaai on ttmtr hercommonder who Don Luego of whom every Feringhee sailor "Cast adrft by the crew of the galleon which he had commandedn Don Lueo had been recued and carried to Spain by a tling vessel, by which hechanced to he obse-ed aftereufer sag terrible privathons at seai He made his way into the Kin,'a presence, toldhis own tale of ahe mutiny of his sailors and erdnaded the reoore to...

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

NOTI1-EASTERN ASSOCIAL'. A. ordinnrt" meeting of the above e hell at Ityan's Ilotel, Sein mour, on Tueseven. in,. Present : 1erssrs. D. E. fle(vice presidei)l, Tonkin (.Avenel), fernmti (Naunhi, I), Dobson (Brcat:ldf, .) leton (S??uournr , Iand I Hlowe (Tallaeroo).[ AVENEL PsOTEST. The Avenel-Naainbie protest wae first ulas.ness efre t l6 I.seetin, andtcarss. RIan, Deruna Tornk, Iliiileto a lowei were appointed Io deal with same. Mr. Derum said he had seen Dc who lhad promised to come to the meetiit ad he tDerunn) could not understand how as he had not turned up. Ibowever, he ought apart from this the protests"?fnaided in.Xagambie's favor as the Associae had previously decided that the rule winot to apply in an iustance of this kind alttagsm. bi lhad played the man with the sasiatiln' asse?.t. Mr. Tonkin held that the first aganulit lprotest had iben deideld in favor Avdeel and even ifit iha I noiitit was referel to he Yi 'triii Football Association ferettlenut anld was yet vending....

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