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That'R Fetch Him. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 27 May 1892

That' l retch 1Dm. A new FrenrJh gen te.n. prnjecltiloa hving e ,bell of G.Ž.yuin ,dyer. T. i ii prulnbxly inteded to kll tLe sutler hilh.

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Modern Literature. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 27 May 1892

Llodcri Literaturo. Inairrla. %.10 derrt lona s .rjoyrd at fin pro.. ta-sighs. ?" It's a I!a likcny serial?,.. Inkwell: "And a!-t6 under ti.i rtn iq that? Whalt dl, O as do at lit, rary rraiani,,? 1 'Lat it the raakrt? Any aja.rl...5 !',slut? tiiaaya.? uock talk? Asytllis .ti l:r·ata,., 5? 111,.I.: ' h1 .1it tinla Lct; are yoa uainy? Just cards and daucin .

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Undergraduate. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 27 May 1892

An U:dcrgraduatm. 'Moris that f:r a rqocr r ' Vaskd Goorge Ihim. seif, as ono thi',g s1,aInother crnoklyd, and pop. pad, and startdl, It! ore he unlocked ois arms and ant up atrattll. '(nourg', naiol Amanda Hnerslf, Irsoit thn longert Inot(i in had taken in houeas inntstt, "pye... l*iln na f!:inf lesctsi cf (oIn no Ihyraulic prnar. too you tabae a for a balesa bay?'

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Graze After Meat. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 27 May 1892

Grnz3 After Meat. Hard woriing tram~p: HIavent you got a cooI or twoot: wood you want sawed afIte brFIok*toot! iAhtOllilhld Illltsleit,' Cllptlr: 'IndeedlhaL· t and I wlnlit rI:inrl t wan:' ]Ilrd workingr tr. hro, heniaiy: 'It's a Io 1 Eolits 1rnu!.!L~t tor three and rises up to got I'll knrp m rrys oren and it I Fee a man in onr line nl a Iod Jhth rA ,hl he wOotwouldlike to saw that Hood, I'll orid hlin iloor' -

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOOD STORY. Suhrab, the Turkoman Hero. A Story of the Old time Feuds Between the Turkomans and Persians. (CONCLUDED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 27 May 1892

GOOD STORY. Suhrab, the Turkoman Hero. A Story of the Old time Feuds Between the Turrkomans and Persiaens. *--...-. *.-------' By Ferdinand Draun. (CONCLUDED.) Rustam of Iran and 'his sonn stood tn the presence of Keikawus, the mighty sovereign of Persia. When within a short distance of the approaching forces of the king, they dismounted, aend had awaited his comi-:g in anxious silence, The Shah, a man ,f truly reral mien and deportment, was mounted on a Euperb while horse; on his golden helmhnet there wared a great plume of black feathers; large diamoondls glittered in his turban, and his whole Eastern dress fairly blazed with jewels. lie was surrounded by a brilliant cavalcade of his chiefs. ' Welcome, noble RiustaJo, thrice wel come!" said he. stroking his long b:ack beard. "Tidings of thy late victory hare reached our ears ; O hero; and could I bestow greater honors on thee than are thine already, I would Gladly do so. But what brings thee hither in the company of our enemies? A...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XXIV. POOR TE CORA. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 27 May 1892

COUR TE COrA. The Auckland T'im.t. is a purely conser vative organ, and its chief delight is to chronicle the doings of the upper ten. Under the heading of " Distinguished Visitors," it devotes a column and a half anent the arriv:,l of Prince di Rouinaine, and his lovely daughte'r the Lady Vie lante, together with their suite. In a purely Ra.lical c,?munumity (the Times, not?;ithstcandinr) it is a red letter day to have a real live prince a:notcgst them. MToreover, the interest in Prince Di Ro. maine and his belongings is c:msideratbly augmented by a full and pitrticular ne couut of that itve rtanll re at Venice be tween the fair Vioiante and yotung Warne, the lbanker's heir, oocc;iyintg something like two coittnluml atore in the same jour mal. Tlhe Ciohbs-r rather the youtiful Itsue,aers tihre-f, are dying for an intro .lueiin, to tthe charmlin bride-elect. Whilst aore of the elder a, self-nadte men with money, strive and vie with etch o:he: for the hoo)er of presentati.at to Iis I...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Humorous. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 27 May 1892

Pasted over the dek of the city editor of a G .eorgin paper arc the fo ,i"wing is::run tions : "All brides are lovely, beautif:l, anit accomplished, extc:,pt thley le hil and tlolleh widows, and then they art amiable and Culti. gated. "All merchants who advertiee are enter. prising, whi'-awa-e, and a credit to our city. The names of thouse who do nit advertisu must not appear in our paper. " All old lawyers are aide and worthy of a place on the Suprerme bench. Youngi I lawyers are pIOr isirng al o silvery-tcvneld. " Conductors tln Ipa.engr trats are peo tlemnnly and courteous. I Doctors are eminent. "Farmers are intelligent. "Can!lidatcs who put their annouince. meats in our paper are gaining ground every day. Those who do not announce are likely to be defeated. " Under no circumstances mwist these rules be broken. F. Mcddleton Pryor, editor and prolrietor." Sh.--" Did you enjoy your visit to the country, Mr. Jollyboy t' II.o---' Ya, with one or two exceptions, I had a vcrwy delighl...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Joking Woman. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 27 May 1892

A JokinlL: ~Ttoman. "Now you say that you have always been a loving and faithfli wife and that your husband has no cause for complaint, do you 1" asked a lawyer of a woman opposing her husband's petition for a divorce. " Yes, sir; I do say that very thing," was the reply. "You never threw sticks of wood at him, or hot water over him, did yonl ' "Oh, I don't know, but I may have done that once or twice in a playful way." "Oh, you did? And where you joking when you chased him all over the house with a red-hot poker 7" "Yes, I was; and he knows it, too." "Didn't you sew him up in the bed clothes one night and pound him with a club ?" ." Well, now, the idea of a man trying to get a divorcement from his own orl?' wife for a little joke like that 1" "Oh, so that was a joke too, eh ' Was it intended for a joke when you knocked him down the cellar and threw three flat-irons after him ?" "Of course it was. I always was a joky kind of a woman." "I should say so. You thought it a joke when you...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Dairying Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 27 May 1892

Dairying Industry. - t Mr. D. Wilson is to address a meeting of Graziers and others at Alexandra on June 2nd in connection with the estab. !ishment of a creamery there. Would it not be a good idea to get this exper. ienced dairymen to deliver a lecture in Broadlord on the subject of modern dairying on the occasion of the open ing of our factory. Our farmers could by personal questioning obtain invalu. able suggestions from the expert which they could turn probably to very profit table account.Appropos of this a contem pory, referring to the prorosal made to establish a dairying school somewhere in the colony suggests that if these rangy districts-including Kilmore, Broadford, Seymour, Yea, Alexandra, and Mans field-could unite together, and bring united pressure to bear, they might stand a good show of having the school estab. lished in some local place. At a recent dairy meeting at Casterton the following statement was read by Mr. MlcGennon a large shareholder in a num ber of facto...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bric-a-Brac. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 27 May 1892

Bric.a-Brac. Whilst the butchers in Melbourne are con sidering 'he probabilty of hav;ng to raise the price of meat, there is a move ment is on foot in Geelongforthepurpose of forming a Public Meat Supply Co-opera tiveSociety, the object of which is to rerdce the consumer's meat bill. It is propos ; to estabilsh the soiety with a capital of £so,ooa, in to.. .o shares of t£ and prelimin ary action has b -n tat n in that direction. Miss Fowler who :e.eide I about three miles from Myrleford. on waking up, a few weeks ago, found beside her a lage tiger snake. On her making a moveent,. ths reptile bit her on the arm. the bite proving iatal a.:ter the expiration oftwo hours. Dr. Johns;on. of .Myrcle.'ord, was summoned, and as speedily as posh'ble ar.ived on the sc-nce.but only in time to sea her die. A r.marlrable feature of this wauthat Miss Fowle: had a particular dr?ad of sn..ke.bite for many ycars past, and was r. nstantly shif'ng he- quauiers as a means of avo;ling the dr adful catas ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 27 May 1892

S Auctions. Osborn 8& Hudson's Sales. OSBORN & HUDSON, Auctioneers and Estate Agents KILMORE. H OLD STOCK SALES AS FOLLOW BROADFORD,-At P.,Bidstrup's yards. First Thursday in each month, Next sale, Tune S PYALONG.--At Cooke's Yards. Second Thursday in each month. Next sale. June 0. KILMORE YARDS-Every alternate Sa turday- Next sale, June 4. Entries Invited. Land end clearing sales promptly conducted. OsnoRn & HunsoN, sheep and Cattle Salesmen,Kilmore. HE-MURRAY RIVER STOCK, STA Sw acorpoiated "rown and . .Seward" and "ChanterandMcKenzie." CapitiliSo,ooo, in So,ooo shares of £? each. . Subscribed Capital, £3o,ooo. Hold sales as follows, Seymour, Ist Tuesday in each month. Clearing Sales and Private Sales conducted. W. H. TREVENA, Seymeur Representative. Business Notices. CHEAP CASH STORE. IRONMONGERY, GROCERIES FANCY GOODS and STATIONERY REQUISITES, GUNS and SHOOTING APPARATUS. Agent for ARGUS, AGE, STANDARD AUSTRALASIAN, LEADER, AUS TRALIAN NEWS, and Local Pa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Sleeping-Car Horror. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 27 May 1892

A ?ieeping-Car Horror. Night had 4s:esd her inky manthl all ever things, shutti- from view the high-priced scenery on eitjirside of the train. Woarios by a long day' journey the occupante of thb oar had one I|y one retired to et:jy un disturbed the repose which the luxurious appointmentso! the ear afforded, while an assistant was exercising his right arm in reducing intc a stats of patent-leather gloasiness the outer surface ef the various pairs of shoes he hlad hien abhe to abdct; from their ri:tfiul owners. Hle was alte Exercieing great eare in the matter, but hi arm got far icre exercise than great cere did. An atmosphere of holy calm pervaded th, car, and balg4t eot at the top through the ventilators, vhile the wanry parsengere. wrapped in 'slumber and blankets nnconEsiouslaysed on to their jeurncu'r end. But hold ! (This statement is norely thrown in for ibt dramatic efect, and I can not vouch for its truth.) Wast is that low rumbling soise which ominously sound, upon the midni...

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Broadford Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 27 May 1892

Broadford Shire Council. Ax adjourned ordinary meeting of the Broadford Shire Council took place at the Shire Hall, on Monday last. There were present Crs. McLeod (Pre sident), K. McKenzie, C. E. Lloyd, Doherty, W. Holwell and Ferguson. The minutes of the former meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Department of Public Works returning plans of Heley's and Ilillicar's bridges submitted by the Engineer for their approval, and stat ing the same were considersl satisfac tory-Received. From the same returning plan sent of Doyle's bridge, which was also stated to hbe satisfactory.-Received. From the Office of Land and Sur. vey acknowledging a letter received on the 11th asking that the local recrea tion ground be reserved, and asking that a statement be submitted them giving particulars of the improvements c hich may have been effected on it. Received. From Office of the Government Statist dealing with the subject of edu. cational census statistics.-Received. From B. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 27 May 1892

Mail Notices. --o:" BROADFORD Mails Arrive at(llroadford from- (Daily.) SeVrour ... . 8 30 Fte'aourne ... 8 30 4 55 Ie,:-,ly Creek 6 5 '! ank .. ..6 5 i,'.enzie's ... 6 5 (1londays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Strath Creek 5 S:nz Parrot Creek - 6 5 F?o,,erdale ... 6 5 P, te'rson's ... ...- 65 l)oh.'r ty's - 6 5 Eans ... - 6 5 Mails Close at Broadford for (Daely.)l ,:s? sse n,,t ?i Train (from Melb.) 8... 4 5 liep Train (to Melb.) . - 12 ,,- 8 l' I , Creek ... ...8 So - I .8 . .. . 8So - F7, V-nzie' .... 8 50 - ;Miondaay Wednesdays and Fridays.) : :' Cree .. 8 ,' - So'r Parrot Creek... 8 50 - I lowerdlale ".. . 850 - I:er.'s' .. ... 50 - r r!. ty's... .. 8... - E?p:3 ... . 850 TALLAROOK. D ftr.: CLOSE AT TIIHE TALLAROOK POST OFFICE AS FOLLOWS: 1 eorsn train 8 a.m., and 4.30 p.m., daily. F:r Traa?wool, Kerrisdale, Doogalook, ',. C ateviot, Molesworth, Alcxandra, Gobur, S,:. ;.nnie Doon, Merton, Maindample, Mans ,:lld, and Kanumbra, at 9a.m., daily. For '.Melbourne and Up train, at 11.3o...

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The Queen's Birthday ENJOYABLE PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 27 May 1892

The Queen's Birthi . ENJOYABLE PICNIC. --o TAKlNG advantage of the Public Holiday and the extremely beautiful day,a large party of over 40 persons left Broadford onTuesday for a picnic on the picture-   sque hills and amongst the fine scenery adjacent to Mrs Doran's residence, near Reedy Creek, about 6 miles from Broad ford. Thanks to the forethought of the enterprising promoters, Messrs. Vincent McLeish and J. S. Brown, assisted by the invaluable advise of that most re liable authority on such matters, Mr. ]. C. Davis, the whole affair was admirably arranged, even to the minutest details, which must account for the unqualified success of the outing. The ten laden buggies reached the destination through a lovely avenue of sun-lit gums about noon, and without a hitch. As soon as the halt was made four large billycans were quickly fixed upon a roaring fire, while the ladies, to whose experienced judgments the all-important culinary arrangements had been committed, soon ha...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 27 May 1892

Local and General ews. CATTLE SALE-Messrs Osborns and Hudson intimates that they will conduct their next stock sale at Bidstrup's Yards, Broadford, next Thursday alernoon. No Mona ENoLIsHsan live to tell the story of Waterloo. Lord Abermale General Whicheote, end Captain Hewitt, the t? ee sorvivors who calebra`-d the 75th annivarsaiy of the battle in June 1800, ae now'dead, and the famousWaterloo Jistat the Britirh W" Office has been closed. FooSALL--On to-morrow afternoon the flst of a series of matohes'.or the North Eastern football pre:ierebip rill be played at Kilmore, Avenel and Broadrord. The local team is pitted against Bentlls, and the match is to commence at 2.50 o'clock. Dur. iog the afternoon a number of mases! seleo Itons will be rendered by the Bt.al?'-d Brass Band. ELE cOAL-E-tCtror are requested to observe that the Supplementay Lists of non.rateprying ele:tors for the Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly will be prepatei by June Ist and that duly qoal!ficd per...

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Strath Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

Strathl Creek. rFRUX OURt OWN~ ORRE' ltJNiWNT. Tntt rpveor. wtotlhr w., Inve nuxpi.':-"l. lately hi itta Lrrt't ihavoc , itl' i ( Fuill it i .;n .1~ity A largo nubler of oll CUHI !nZto diar hl :. rni3 tiltoe ati ii ýt..'..,et'i!i } :,. So dl'(llP"hi~i· i~tJ:r~ :1TriJl:,C tl1'.t nottni tiuLmes ~t .ltotto litta' ?r0 f ttlc'ir Fdnairy t.;rls h.iott~ it:, winter iv over. ;.'puitr ri* Ot, tt tO'l Iier. The a;:molt +"u", s .tari^." th icrfeR a vin anittempt to eon xti \[ro .i;c:.d t n poirer itnb.to ul rnml ti~c t a,"ste ]1111 to I~ecs;;o thcrlrselvr·5 to lihu l: t.J hii·ll where A pngino: tool lcnvino- wera tttil'';o'i u I0l.ar'tt't till midnight. Thon tio tr't'otol u.-lorn,'uoit.., nj'vcnlt ortor, ,^hrre n He il·\tnn,·l iu tn~r *R",IC :aid in richP qiti"kli. spot~t, and after tho usual toomte the company returned to tbo boll room on! dutciei wna ruaonmmenecd and eontinitutl until daclight Amongst tlio nsoIg. ^ir ( i aid's it l' Ik toe nd't L", Ot.,· i' ..· 10 .0 ititi 1.00 1\:.at L;i .l...

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A New Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

Mlr. M4~·)oegsd of tho~i local Papcr Mll ia fully sC.snr~ of thle timecs hi p'r''Fce'l o,' l' p·1ns f.r the 'o Iu'·i20 (('Ac;llll C ~ianb08ipru~~ ot,l :'t sIlil 131 ii'a(lrril1 iiter tl. *'5l-((l.fIrrtureol s Bloisi I isi tks hvc lnesf i'pe lrl." leetinsl r~l'ltiftIŽ'0111 114) s ci sia~ren a lax·:~1 (51101(03. ,jrt~ (''nlaht oili'5 Ii~,'· 1 s, oore. ' io. . I 'i toatpri~o'" lu ~e" :'e o's1i .!e~n,L 011(1 oT it" Iil s 0(5 H. I~ri,· Irc 010nl~~! ''tl~· aLoll' I dc~ HLre Ii'er t ho u~ti .ldef c sd i tILw~ '*1'; a"' ''.l's' : rro'v~ pro"'. Sicl('I·1" lt"35 'a fdItc -Osri iso r? I roe. i 'a, t3. iscF. tli' l j is~ .. h IfII flijot a'il h (-ol lilltidO 1' r ie'tl~r I cror ·1sooth'- ~llne " alet 3 troiL· ale;;. 01 lore thot !11o e:se; of on shZ~ c iq) I r irn fIm:~!,~ i'VC'l~si'i" (011' * .c ~ .., .i. C1''' li 5 re\li·:lg rio I ' i arsl- n 0\ti .n rf 10. 1;:r, o~sl·et.,aiot dl lreto.- e'n ' ('('01''n ail~l 000c '''at' I'( oel b~ t~d flll :1)0 ,1 lE ( S· CO··iV Iso (34 Ur~iltlir~ ii, 5ron s...

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The Windsor Murderer. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

Tho W'eludisor iurderetr. - .-o: Up to within a few days of his excoution ei)eriung, the Windsor nurlre;r, expressed hisoeli detatntined upon making a peech trou th6? gliaws, but tinally h.- yielded to th- r qu qa: t. is choplsin,the It' I1. FSecott, hut |oa shdtltd not do ao upon i, u. nderttand. it:r that a;?sthing he might w?itt would be hb ?ed : t ta prae or nt .luietia. IHe au,.rlng!' wr,,t f aur eateruc,:, and per. snuolloy u.dd.r --"ed tthem to '"t ilui'imea' aad tihe *'P." l :Itl GI azoue' (l.oudon), the "Livurp.ol Mercury' and "Thu Ar.uet'. After Ita eaecutIon tlheiu and other pp?'erIe had writtn wecre f,)narded by the goal olciale to trs Chief Secrar.y, ir tdILean, who too?. the advi.ce of the Crown oliritor oa the queationl of their diatibution. Alter consult. inug savern euthoritLie,.Mr Guiares. retr-. ned the papera to Mr M'Lean with advice which rl: ed more ti personald eI ets of the p Lmner than 1t the documents. TheChit metreet 7 having serious doubte as to what cour...

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Trifles Light As Air. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

Trifles Light As Air. A evans necessity-A redder. Lost at sea-The eight of land. On his last legs-The kangaroo. IBARoen should pay a pole tan. BEAUTY is the mustard of lo0,. Tur old "corner"-Corn whisky. ScrzscTrrc boxing-Doxing the compass. A GHnsT of a show-The living skeleton. A MoveuENT on foot-Chasing a cable car. cGEosAxt is very powerful on she high A nose,'nxa account-Report ef a horse rose. A SODDEN inspiration Is but a sneeze of the mind. Hore is a swing in which we vibrate all our life. A. article with some sonap to it-The whip.lash. PT is the runaway horse who lives a life of whoa. ToE maid o' the missed-The girl Ileft behind me. RATHER loud an, braesy-The bell of the engine room. AUDACITY is a viaduct thot serves in dill. cult passages. To those who are in need we shouldalways lend-an ear, MUtTox often looks sheepish when plaoed before company. PnoTrros~oor : "Thbre's no tariff on knit. ted brows. We call that man an egotist who is not all the time thinking of us. A (on...

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