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PLAYS AND PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

PLAYS AND PLAYERS. Dn Juan, the new Gaiety hurlesque, was produced in London on &turday, the 28th October. The book is supplied by Mr James T. Tanner, the lyrics by Adrian Rosi, and the music by Herr M?yer Lutz. T:t mounting has never before been equalled in gorgeoauness at the Gaiety, so it is stated; the book is clever, and the music is of the graceful and catching nature common to most of Herr Meyer Lutz'e compositions, whilst the first leading whimsical comedian of the day, Mr Arthur Roberts, has full opportunity for the displayof all hisamusing drollery. Theonly fault appears to have been the desire to crowd too much into the pleae, but after in evitable excisions are made the production is likely to become one of the most splendid and probably successful pieces of its kind. Miss Millie Hylton as Don Juan takes the characterof the "leading boy,"a role until lately falling to bliss Nellie Farren. In the 'cet are the Australian favorites, Mr E. W. Royce, who, although pla...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROTEST TALKED OF. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

PROTEST TALKED OF. On yesterday, the day following the election, it was currently reported that a protest was to be lodged by the defeated candidates against the return of the five who polled highest on the grounds that in some instances more than one person voted in respect of the same properties, and that some of the papers in connection with the last election had not been destroyed. According to the regulations governing the election, the ballot papers are to be kept for six months before being destroyed. so that the latter part of the protest is not likely to he of much weight. A great deal of feeling has been aroused by the election. Fat Lambs-11,500 were penned. The demand was not so active, and in the ease of seconandanI usefl descriptiona. pIricrs ruled slightly in favor of Ihaers. Prime sold at from os Ul to ha ; afew extra to 84 Od; good 5s to ti; secnnd ? ; prime shorn lambe, from Ss toI s ; a few to ;a 11.. Fat Caolvs -200 were penned, which cen sinted ,hieoly of indiffe...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

Crihtel. Tite following table shows the position of clubs to date - Clubo J 1 Broadfond ... 6 1i-- 12 2 *Vea... .. 6 t - (4 1 2 Avenel ... 7 4 3 - 14 4 Railways . 7 3 4- 4 6 ' 'allarool: .. 7 3 4 - 4 6 Flowerdale ... 6 3 3 1- t2 6 Seymour ... 7 6 - 4 2 Traawool ... 7 1 6 I- 14 2 *Protest pending between these clubs. ASSOCIATIONX lArTlIES. FLOWERDALE V. SEYMOUR. A match was played on the Show Grounds. Sevmour, on Saturday, between the above teams and resulted in at win for Flsowirdalc by 4 runs. Suobjoind are the scores: FLOW'ktDAtM.E. RIobinson. b Kelly ... ... 4 Shaw, b Kelly... ... .. 3 Dwyer, l.b w. b Porter ... 9 lMunro, b Porter ... .. 2 Ililliear, b Porter ... ... to Craig. c Henshall, b Gregson 21 Coombe, c Kelly, b Gre?son. 3 Eccles. not out ... ... 4 Bassett, b Gregson ... ..; Sundries ... .... I ' Total ... ... ... 78 SEvMOUR. S. Walker, b Hillilar ... ;3 II. W\\ker, r sub., b Craig ... o Kely. b Hillirar S Gregson, c sub., b llilliear ... 23 Caliet, b llili ar ... Porter....

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YEA AT AVENEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

YEA AT AVENEL. These teams met, for the first time, or.. Saturday last, and the Yea tc:am came onu victorous by 42 runs. The followiig are the scores: AVENFL. Dr Moss, b Roanson ... 8 Ryan.std. b Mumm,0ry ... oie Glenn, .c and b Mlur:::ery ... It Fosdick, b I:;ib n, n .. . Chaplihn,. ca b .,hinson ... 5 C. Gadd. b lumm,.ry ... 4 S. Planck, c Wi'd s! Robinson t Nightingale, b Coates ... t J. Gadd. n?t iut .. 4 T. Vearing. bh t'ates . .. o Taylor, b ummery ... ... B ,. ... ... ... 6 11ides .. ...... Tota! .. .. ... 6 Bowling-lBarrett, n wikterts for i runs Maynard. o for 6 a:,l v wi !.: Roison. 4. for 16i; Mummery, 4 tsr 2e; C'.,t:s, 2 fut 4. Barrett, b F dick . ... 2 W'tson, c V.e:ris 1I-. Gadd 3 1 ild, b (C. Gadd ... ... 12 Burns, c Planck, b C. Gadd ... i Mlaynard, bC. G dd ...... Ii hlumtmecy, o Ni:htingale, b C. Gadd ... .. ... Robinsun, h J. ad ... 24 Sandil ods. e alnd b C. ,'Cal - n Total ... ... ... t: i.rBowling.-Glern. I for toi ; i .gG.i,' for 21 ; C. Gadd, s for 1 ; Fsil ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A BOXING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

A BOXING MATCH. The following detailed account of a. boxing match, Dennyv. Lambert, reported in due course by cable, is from the London "Sports man": The Londoner had in his corner Arthur Callen and Harry Spurden., while the Aus tralian's seconds were Harry Kew and Barney .Sheppard. The weights were re turned: Denny, !list 31b; and Lambert, Ost 41b. Beforethmena took the rinuthe Colonialin formed thereprcsnetativeof"ThoSnortsman" that he had suffered somewhat from his lone journey ttotown. To begin with, the visitor had an eight miles drive to the station in an open trap, and a railway journey of 270 miles landed him in London at half-past four. Despite this Denny did not lack confidence, while his friends were so sanguine that Lambert's supporters could always get seven to 4, 2's being offered on Martin just before the men put up their hands. Mr B. J. Angle filled his old position of referee, and Mlr H. G. Cousins held the watch, and Mr John Fleming, of course, bossed the show. Mir...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO-MORROWS MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

TO-MORROW"JS Ma.ATCIIVS. Hroadfhrd at F!',ar.dtI'. - PIoadford team : Ago,. tegg, Fothe-giI (2 mvan, 'P. llardy. £ixon. Sm.h. an. hotel at 11 45 flt. h.r

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 — 15 December 1893

Advertisements. - KF? TINGS .LOtZFNGES." .' A Simple Fact ,i ,t , " KEATINGS COUGH LOZE.NGEI'S. A.sk throoghout the world, in any couaitr that call be named, you wilill find tlle Irtely sold. There is absolutely no retmrdy that is so speedy in giving reliel: so certain to cure, and yet the most delicate car, take them. SA TEIRRIIBLE COUGH " at 0-, Commercial Rioa, Peekham, July 12. " Dear Sir,-l oal a lpoor hand at express. ing tay feelings, but I should like to thank you. Your lozenges have done wonders in rtiieving my terrible eough. Sincre I had ,he operation of 'Tracheotomy' (the same as the late Emperor of Germany, and unlike him, thank God, I am still alive) performed at St. lartholonmew's Hospital, no one could possibly have hadt a more violent cough :it was so had at times that it quite exhausted enc. The mneus, which was very copious pnd hard, lhas been softened. andl I have been able to get rid of it without ditieculty.-I anm, air, yours truly, J. IIILL." UTTEILY UNRIVA.LL...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Melbourne Letter. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

lMelbourne Letter. ---:o: - BY OUR OWN LCURRESPONDP.NnT.j TUESDAY. Fot the purpose of further encouraging the dairying industy,. the Governntet has wisely decided upon offering a borns of £6 per ton on all :heese exported irnm Victoria. The cherse has to be mann factured by the Caradian Cheddar Sys tem, and turned outto a standard weight ot tiolb., which, it isstated, is the weight demanded by the flitish grocer. There is something abott this condition in serted in the regulations, that needs in quiring into and thorouehly sifting. The popular weights for cheese in this colony, are :o, 30, and 4olbs., a large quantity being mad: of the latter weight. Dairy produce agetts who have recently been to London, aid made exhaustive inquiries into the prospects of a market there for Victorian cheese, contend that the 4olb. weight is just as marketable as the 6olb. But, to the point i Simultaneous with the publication last week by the Department of Agriculture of the cheese export regulations...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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Preserving Butter in Brine. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

Preserving Butter in Brine. .o Th? meth?l of preserving butter by immer. sion in brine, for home co sumption and e;oert, has been in operation in some parts of Amwriet, and also in these colonies for several years. The method ' emply this :-As soon as Lte butter is ready for the market, by the ordinary method of cleansing and salting, whether by keg or roll. it is divided into hI. nod 21b. piecs, eneording to teste and demand, and formed into rolls; nod fine zheap calico is wound round the rolls. The rolls are then nicely sot on end, one on the top of the other, in a cask or bahtel suit able to the ceovenience of the batltermakr. In Australia lewt. casks or kegs ,re used, and in Californir even 0?pal. barrels are used. When the barrel is full a cloth is nicely epread over, ant tuaked down round the roll; and whatever spces ramais baietcu the butler and the head of the ca.k is filled with coarse salt, or an crdlinry dinocr Ilteo it sonmetimes used. The object of the alt on the top is...

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The Century of Lotions. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

The Century of Lotions. Wr. have had our ages of stone and of brne,. and so on throngh increasingly improved gr.des of mechlntial genius. and nmw, when people olught to bha- something anproehliing an intelligent acquaintance with the phnuo. lanct o: their own holies in beaCth and disease, Ne ara at the end of the eantory of I ltions. Sowme iyspep:ic people have dis. fimling tblhtches and pimples on thle fa-e, aetually resultant from an hereditary bloon taint or a partial li o d p dson. What else do they expect ? At any rate they attempt to destroy the skin disease by the use of lotions and Ec.'metin anld allogel " beautifiers," and as these block the pores of the skin, tihe result is precisely the tame as in the case of the man who shut his r.oldgates toi relieva a enllapsing dmii. Obviously the one sensible and retef:tive way of curing a disease result. ing from bloud; impurities is to directly .ni rreetatimeause, and this Warner a Sal ?ltcur does. Skint disease is not really a dis...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Bordeaux Mixture. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

The Bordeaux Mixture. o-- Tlc origin of the famous Borleaux Mixture is quite sinular It was as follows:-Years ago an old renroabmao, near Bordeaux, Fra.ce, began spraying his orchards with the solution, for the purpose, be said, of stopping the depre. dtlone of passer by. The trees were left with a most unonviting, dirty..reon coat. Thb neighbors noticed that while the solution was in use the trees bare better fruit and more of it. This led to an investigation of causes, and the isoseicon of the utility of germicide sprays that has led to a wibirpeprd knowledge of. different species of destructive parasites. The Dardeaux IMixter still remains a standard prstaration alter years of test,. The formula fo the mixture is as follows : 41b. bluestone, 4b. lime, 50gal. water. At one time a larger qoantLity of bluestone was used but Ithis been found that the smaller amount answers the purpose fully as well.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

TICTORIAN RAILWAYS. CHIRISTMAS AND New YEAR ExcURSIOn S. Holiday Excursion tickets will be issued to and from all stations (Suburban excepted) from 2oth I'ecembher., t89, till 3rd January, 1891. both days inclusive, bundavs excepted). available for return for one calendar month from date of issue. Example:--An excur sion ticket issued on the 3rd January will be available till 3rd February. bWhen the last day falls on a Sunday the ticket will be available till the following day, and on lines lwhere there is not a daily train service the ticket will be available till the next day the train runs. The journey must be commenced on the date the ticket is issued, but after a distance of 15 miles has been travelled the journey may be broken at the discretion of the passengers. Ail Lines Tickets.-From 2oth December, 18o3, till 3rd January. 1894 (both days in. clusive), tickets available for all lines will be issued at Spencer-street and Prince's bridge stations and at Messrs. T. Cook and Son...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Goods and Parcels. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

Goods and Parcels. :o: Parcels.-Corney, M?es, Selby, Clayton. Foley, Lucas. Jackson, Longbottom. Eaton. Mlarchbank, McLeod. Mlredith, McRae.2 Goods.-Davis, McLeiih, Kerr, llidstrup, Horwood, Robins, Ior.den, Macdougall. Zwar, Trezise, O'Rourle, Selby, Richards, Noble, Parker, McManus, T. Jones. The first load of tlis season's wheat arrived'at Warracknabeal last Satirday fron?lr. Dalan's farm'at Wilenabrina. and was purchasedfor2s.4d per bushel. A load arriyvd oin the same day from Yellangip.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Australasian Butter in England. A COLONIAL COMMITTEE FORMED. PRICES TO BE FIXED. LONDON, NOV. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

Austraasitian Butter il Englainld. A COLONIAL COM IITTEti FORM1Eli. PRICES TO BE FINED. (Fsioss Tts ARGUs) LoDnoN, Nov. no. OsE of the most important tmovetOuirs in connection with the sale of colonial butter in this country has taken prac tical shape this week. Those best acquaiuted with the sale of butter du. ilg the last few seasons hare regretted the absence of some otlicial organisation among the commission agents, whien could have done something to regulate tine prices, and thIus have preventel loss accruing to the colonial producer. This organisation has now to all intents and purposes become asn i;z! act'omps On Thursday a meeting of the five trin cipal agents who sell butter on commis sion nt't at the offices of Messrs. Reynolds and Co., of New Zealand and London, and passed a resolumion bind ing themselves into a committee that should meet every Thursday about 4 o'clock, just alter the receipt of the price fixed in Copenhagen, and then and there fix the price of finest col...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial. LIVE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

CotniettercraL. -:.t. LIVE STOCK REPORT. Fat Sheep.-The marl.et waon train hbavily supplied, 27,5I00 hlir.g been l ioll ; the hulk consisted of middliini to {od tralde ],tre with a small Ipropuirti, el extra ptilltae quality. Owing to the Ih tI weather and imany of the tradte easing supplies on hant!. the demand was without oniomation. and in most instances a dleclinte of frotn Ii to is p ?r head %, a pterelptiblle. In adlition to the above total at leatt (1.l)l0 store' were yordied. P'rillle erossared wethers fr?nt ss to ts (i l : extra prime aend heavy do, to l, (II : prima crosshred ewes, fromt i?i I, o ;s lld : extra pnine ant heavy ido, frot Sl t IO 9i; primt merino wothets, front 7 (it to i t; good do ido, from 6O to 7:; mtiddlin and lighter, from 4s to 5s ; prime mnetini ewes, itfrom la il1 t •s 0.1 ; second do do, fruin :Is to 4e. Fat Cattle.--1.i150 yarded. The hnlk of the supply ennsiotoe of middling and good oedfial qualities, ptinip'illyt medium iand lighter weights, nit...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Agricultural Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

Agricult?ural Notes. REPORTS fromn the wheat growing dis tricts go to show that the yield this season will just be about an average one. Earlier in the season it was thought that a higher average than usual would be obtained, but as the harvest approached these anticipations were speedily dis pelled. On the plains tile crops appear to have suffered most, and the average yield on this class of country, particularly on old land, will be very low. In the Mallee the yields are satisfactory, even on land where the third and fourth crops are being gathered from. Algerian oats, it is noticeable, are much more exten sively grown every year, both for hay and grain. The yield of this crop is turning out very very well. The sudden change to summer heat will cause the grass to became parched, which to a certain ex tent results in a diminished supply of milk reaciling the factories and creameries. It is gratifying to notice, however, that dairy farmers in the Inorthern districts are gradually re...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poultry Yard Scratchings. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

Poultry Yard Scratchings. ----0- Don't forget the grit and bone meal. Keep the drinking water out of the sun. Keep the sitting hen'snest free from vermin. Unfertile eggs will keep much longer than fertilised eggs. Too much meat u not good for either the young or old stock. If possible always keeps supply of grees grass in the poultry runs. Fowls do good la an orchard, and sloald be allowed to roam at will. An abundance of shade should alwaysb pro vided forpoultry. Fruittreeeshouldbelt owu in the rone. A small piece of sulphale of iron esould be placed now and again an the drinking vessl,e it tones the system up. Feed the chickens often, and let the rst meal be given early in the morning, and the last meal late in the evening. Keep the goslinogs on ths green paddocks till the crops are gathered in, then let them on to the stubhle so as to be prime for Christmasu. Too many young birds should not be allowed in the same roosting houses at night. If the house is overcrowded the chickens ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Horticultural Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

Horticultural Notes. -a--- As a summer crop the sweet potati hao hitherto been overlooked, although it is cue eof the richest and most nutritious vegetables. rTu like the common potato the plpc. glo wsi running vine not es. on hmer to ~ o,~e -..- -? potatoes intended for sced may oe cut hin t alf d laid flat on a bed of sand over a manure hot bed, then a sprinkling of sand enough to cover the potato is all that is required, when the potato will send out a mass of shoots; these shoots when 4in. or 5en. long are slipped off and another set will soon take their place. Those sets are planted on ridges, say, Oft. and about lft. or 15ir. from each other. Some growers plant them in bills, 4ft. apart each way, three plants to the hill. When setting out the slips sink them well in the ground. Midsummer is the best time to plant. Either for canning, bottling or drying, it is alsolately necessary that the fruit should be ripe, faulr te, nod without fault or blemish. For ism, jellies, pulp, mar...

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Lockjawed Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

Lockjawed Horses. -0 Awriter in "Cla?k's l oro rev?aicw" giee hei exgeriece in curinglock jawin which e says : "If a nail is Licked up get it out, of course, as soon as poiaible; then get a half pailful of hot water-as hot as the horsa can posaibly stand it- pour in p!enty o vir.egar and also plenty of salt. Th is asl, only it munt be eo hot that at irst when you put the horse's foot into it he will pull the foot out of the water, but put it in again, and keep oa doing so until you can holdl thefoot in it steadily. Ilild it in half an hoar or longer and repeat it again after two haurs. Do~tinQ a least four times or more the firt day andrepeat the process the next day. In :ine cares out of tcnit will Eave the horse. It has leon tried on man and I used it myself on my own horses. Some oan may say that tht e remedy is no good, hut if I had a vanuable heore it biotieremedy I would try. Xothlnp wll kill the blood poison quicker if taken in true.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 15 December 1893

No. 1. Oc:Joou COSTnE ro GUr.L or F?LEV-Fancy heliotrope hopsack plain skirt, with strap scama; bodice drawnboth front aiback of rich golden-brown Sarah: wide shoulder capo lined withthe eame. Hat of eh beaver, with bow of wide chcckod satin ribbon, and anigrette to match. This style is like . be taslionable as theautumn and winteradvance. No. 2. CosTUrE ror GInL of FoUT EE.r.-Sage en skirt, accordion pleated; bodice with embroidered velvet Swisse belt and collar; full aves, with embroidered band and frill. Sage-green hat, with pale yellow satin bow and ?ed aigrette. .. . . . . . . . .. . ....5

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