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Death by Electricity. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

A Senvatiotn doJah frop eletrie shock toek idp e in Russell.atroet early on Satur. day evening. During the storm which br?ke over the city an electrio lIgthing wire in that street was divided, as one of the effacts eof a flsh of lightning, it is supposed. One of the loose ends fell from the batten near the Tower Hotel, and hegrntofiuse. A number of people gathered round it, -nd were warned by August Reuse. a runner in the employ of the new Australian Eleetlie Light iug Company Limited, to stand of until he went to the works of the company and had the urerent shaut o. A man nt -d Chl rles Henry Andrews, who the next moasu t canme down the street in the comtpany of a riend naeed.l1I.rbert Wells, took hoa of the loose end of the wire and began to coil it ,ip, Aa soon as he reached the point of ep.arati, n he apeors to have gresped the ticiked wire, the insulation hero being imlatrfiect and received a hrock which threw hi.e on his lack in the gutter. In reeptns.e to his cries for help W...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cooking Recipes. FRUIT PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

Cookiag Recipes. F?nrT P0DDYOa, One cup each of molasses and milk, one teaenoonful of soda, two eggs, three cups of flour, one-half cup of butter or cup of suet, one cup each of raiiona, currants and citron, one quarter of a nutmeg, one teaspoonful of salt, one greatepoouful of rose water, steam -teady three hours, and serve with hot and cold sauce. POTATO SoALD. Peel six largs potatoes and boil until ender; when cold cut up it small pieces; oake a dressing of the yolks of four hard. boiled eggs, a small quantity of salad oil, mustard, salt, pepper and celery; cut up fine; add vinegar enough to make of the consistency of any salad dressing; pour over potatoes and let stand a few bours. Cut the whites of the eggs very fine and put on top, DEVILED ARDMII ON TOAST. Remove the skin from a halfdozren sardines, and pound them to a smooth paste. Pound the yolks of three hard. boiled eggs, and rub the two together. Add a esospoonful of salt, an eighth of a tea spoonful of white pepper, a da...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Story With a Lesson. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

A Story With a Lesson. e Br BELL V. C(1srnoou1 . It was on the thirticth day of May, 1862, that Jack IRberts took leave of the little town whice had given him birth, and marched so proudly away with the boys in blue, as had his two eider brothers before hlim. The parting from his dear ones cost him many a pang, for he was a home sla, and loved the little frail mother with all the intensity of his warm nature. Susie, his twin sister, bitterly denounced his going, but when she saw him, in his bright new uniform, march proudly down the aisle of the old fashioned church, she nodded approvingly, and wondered how any right-minded young mar. could stay at home when the need for soldiers was so pres. sing. The long, hot summer, dragged slowly away, and in more than one fiercely contes ted battle Jack shared the dangers and anxiety common to a soldier's life. At different times during the winter Tom and Ben, the older brothers, brightened toe home with their presence, but neither the mother'...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Use for Old Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

flse for Ol riclfvmpaers There are few homes nowadeys into which a daily and one weekly paper, at the least, do not entr., and mruay homes where each member of the family has his or her favorite publication. Where the family is a large one there is always an accumulation of this kind in the home to try the patience of the housewife, for there are few things will give a roam such a general air of disorder as newspapers seattered about, and where many are coming into the hoe i itis next to im possible to keep them in place all the time. To be sure, they can be pieced in a rack, or piled together, but it will take a good.sized rack to hold them, and it will need to be cleared out very otten, and the superfluous ones placed somewhere tlse. The weekly or monthly publications are easldy cared for, hut the dailies are the Ilhusewife'e bugbear, for they accumulate so feet that they need continual watching and thinning out to keep them in any kind of order. Same women use these for lighting ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Household. Dinah's Croup Remedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

clnen.cheld. D!n:tth's Crou ttlo icrmedy. " Tee, missis: its the croup snte enough I'm afcard; jest let me listen egin'," and Dinah bent her anxious sable face over the baby boy of two summers lying in my lap. It was some years previous to the"shoulder blanket" episode and D:nah as compara. tively a new-comer in our family. "There is no mictakin' the sound," ehe said after a moment's listening that seemed an hour to me. "What shall I do " I moaned in my helplcesnes. " Fred away, and the night so cold. my boy must die." -'Don't take on so missie," said the cheer. 1l voice. "Have you any alum in the house?" " Plenty," I answered. "But what good is alum for croup?" "'Don't talk, missie; hut just tell me where it is," and the good woman's fingers were lilting the lid cif the box almost before my words of direction were uttered. With rapid footsteps she disappeared into my kitchen, and a montencos sound of seraping issued from it mingling with baby's choked breathing; then more hurried f...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Broadford Courier, AND REEDY CREEK TIME. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1892. Our Member Under Fire. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

An,, REinv CrFsK TIsms. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, £892. Our M~ember Uender Fire. Mr. M . K. lfcKevz'i, M.L.A., bids fair to b :mne a highly popular and useful memtl r of the Lower IHouse. As we ventured to predict, in opposi tion to certain pcssimistio assertions, the new member was awarded a hearty welcome on the occasion of his first appea-ance on the floor of the Assom bly. Considering the embarrassing conditions under which a now member makes his first speech, 3:'. M KE.czIE is certainly to be congratulated on the pertinent and coherent nature of his recent utterance. Of course it follows almost as naturally as night the day, that his deliverance should beLieverely and adversaly criticised by Mr.. I-s'r. The late niember is struck witl the im. portent position IMe. lck.essieo al ready occupies in the oticial " Ilan. sard," and finds ,elief first of all in a. rather tame attack on his onercisa of that mosa ,ea'a aia, eloquence. " .Most likely," says hle, "that Mu. M...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Health Officer and the Shire Counc [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

The Ueaith Officer and the Shire Counc" Dn. SIK scean will be regarded as hav ing taken a wino course in making a clear public stai Inent of his r lation with the Shire Council in the matrr of Inso?ector Taylor's r.?part. The letter he pu:,lis w- to-day in an ad joining column iA his v,-rsioi, of a dispute which h1t, Itemn fi-entinr g -fer hom01 time lpst, andl whieh, :t the present stage,, de?manrd a a. i ex!ea nationon his part. If hi. st?a?inent as to th~e Inmnter in which he has been treated by the Council in re Ference to hisi repo, t b:o takent a cor rect, it not only viudicates his attitude. l.it it Le?.ts va'y adversely ueo,. r t. conduct of the Councillors aircted. The Council, however, have their ver sion of the afliCr teo, and this would nied to be weighed before a fair vredict could la given. But whether the Health Olfcer's statement can be shaken or not, it seems to very many that the Council has been unusually crotchety in the matter. If Dn. Si'Nr.sn had had the report...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

iaving an Extensive Circulation throughout the Immediate and Surroun g Distriots, our columns afford Unequalled Advantages for Advertising, and supply Tradesmen, Manufacturersandothers with the beo meansofgiving publicity to their varius trades and calings, ns7 y to th i yai'u trde ...... ? ... .. "

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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The Sporting Editor at Large. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

a ne Sporting Editor at Large. " DMr. Scorecard," said the managing editor to the head of the dramatic and sporting department, "do you think you ould 'do' M.!uflis-. ulchacy wedding? Tie soecial eitor is laid up with a had attack of influenze th:at he acquired doing a write upi of old Mrs. Mulleahach's funeral. We can't afford to miss the event, r.li there is no one else on the stall that I feel I can en. trust it to.u" " I will try," meekly replied the sporting edilor. •" Taren you can do it, I'm suore," said the manailncg editor, eo'riluica'y. " Make it s cilutmin ant hare it in by ten fortylivea and 1 it will be all ri,:ght." Then the sporting editor went home, get into his best clolthes, and with a note-book concealed about his pIrson, he made his way to the scene of festivities. On his way to tie church he benna to won !er how to writeup a weddinig. )cscriptli. niof boxing matches, prize tights, horse r:icing and ioot hall matches came to hiim easy enough, but Ils ideas of how...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

Interesting Items. G.rman eilver was invented to China. Twelve average tea plants produce one ocund of tea. An herb that is reported to cure any kind of insanity has been found in Yucatan. Thirty-tive nations have responded to the invitation to participate in the World's Fair in Chicago. It is estimated that 700.000 girls are em ployed in the public-houecs and drinking bare of Great Britain. A manifesto in favor of bi-metalism has been issued on behalf of the textile operatives of England. BMiseionaries first taught the Coinese gar denere the art of grafting. The average length of life is considerably longer in England than in France. In Prussia it has been found that the aver see duration of a Jewish life is five years longer than that of a Christian. It is a strange fact that in Lapland there are so many spociks of rare plants that when Linoreus visited it he was simply amazed. In Japan there are apple trees growing four inches in height, which bear fruit freely about the ize of c...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONTINUED articles—[?]ick [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

C.ovr:;rDo o:ticlee-I?ic.l: .tU.sagei. PeI Prc: always log for money when they' shbort. W\Yr are lovers like turnips, p';ltrt., apples and seeh T? Ileaue they are usuall paired. You see a good deal of al ice in the prpe now ahout raicing smrall fruit, bat nol aboutraiving smail po.tLa2. II:: " I don't nce Whiy tC're ohlold he hI marriaro or givin:g in marraulr in !ia;er. I She: " ',.o:aly hbecaue there won't be at m!n. there." lIlt--. VE:. Or.r::v: " le ril I ewas e sweet as sugr." [11s M ni, lnil (jwii h glance at hier friend's co:pFluicr.): "1' d red surer 7" Mrlt 0.n: "Ti' in very En: wint, weather, moy dear little trian ! irt I hop yen don"t katoe on Sunday I" I.:t!e .is. "No, sir. I always okat'orc ice." " Wiat I almira ac'out JSeip:hine il h,, Istlf.,:-p taRsion." "Yes, I heit..r the cn'; Slip it. I leon' know anyboJy eleo who would have her " I.t:'WaIll you share mry Irh " Se: lhow lar:e to ylor lot!" "'e, wvorila i, ty 1rlenh." "No-I don't want the I earth." 7 M::. W l:,ta: ...

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Funniositics. The Medel Housewife. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

FeereiiosI"i cs . The IModel II o::s''wi!c. She doeth her huehrad'd will aloay, She weeps whenu re's end, en.i!ee when be'e Cooke as hi " mother need to cook," Copies recipes from her bcnk ; Dresses the children to uci, Isi tLete, And never leta anything'go to w.e :e. tews cn his buttons, and darns his socks, tvevr speake of her nervous shecks ; Sings to him, reads to him latetn news, B.t never eoseips or gives her viewsa. \'here i6 this mo lel, 3 u wonder, wher; The echo to Lornon the eonry air.

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Cooking Recipes. JUMBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

Cooking Recipes. JUonLES. One cup sugar, one-half cup butter, two eggs, one cup sour milk, onechalf teaspoonful of soda. one.tableepoonful of caraway seeds, flour enough to roll; form into small, round cakes and bake a light brown. tLOEON COrEoE Cota. One pound of sogar, onc.holf pound of butter, juice of three lemons, grated rinds of two, yolks of six egZP, whites of four; bheat thoroughly, put in a jar and place in a pan of water and boil till thick; turn into's mould; serve o d. 00 0EE:" SOUP. Boil one small beef bone in three quarts of water. W\hen it has boiled three hours, add two onions, two turnips, four potatoes chopped fine, two tabrlepoonfuls each of barley and rice; ,eason with salt and pepper. Boil one hour lorgrr. VeAL SALAD. Boil a knuck!e of veal in six quarts of water: when tender, remove the bones, chop the meat, and add the juice, which should be mostly absorbed, and two cups of cracker crumbs, cinnamon, pepper and salt; put in a mold; tertv cold. PAR?ED DEANS. So...

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Old Folks, Old-Fashioned Fare, And Freedom. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

Old Folks, Ohi-Fashiionled Fare, Andi Frr'eedolll. Duty and plearure do not always go "hand in hand;" but in the duty of studying to please the varioos tastes of her household the housewife often finds a real pleasure, and where there are old people in our homes, is is especially our duty to minidter to their preferences, and in all available ways to seek to make life seem to them bright and desir able. Let them feel themselves "a burden " and "in the way," and they will droop and wither like the plant within the window perishing for lack of water; show them that tsey are appreciated and necessary to our well*being, our homes and our happirees, and they will respond as the drooping tlowzr revives beneath the grateful dew or the g-ntle summer rain. As in the case of children, small things make or mar their happiness. I once knew a good old man, who, hiving with a son, was made uncomfortable and really unhappy because the daughter.in-law, among other small tyrannies, banished from the...

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Romance of a Lighthouse. A Pathetic Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

Romance of a Lightuouse. A Pathetic Story. ----++, -- The life saving departments of some coun tries keep a caleful reconr of the lives lost upon the sea coast, but it will be diflicult to estimate the number of liven saved by a lighthouse. The people living near a tower, however, will often tell you of vessels, and even give you the names of individuals, pre served by the lighthouse. There is a lighthouse near a vilage upon the Canadian shore of Lake Ontario that has had as great a part in the lives lf some nupn the land as is could have in that of any meariner. BIefore the 1 ghthouse was built, a young couple lived in a cottage overlooking tl.e lown. One day they quarrelled, and, smating ounder his wife at narp words, the husbaao went away. She repented before he was out of eight, but was too proud to call him. She thought he would eoon return, but he did not come back, and the baby in the oradle grew to be a baby of seven. Bult he could not run about and play, for he was a crirpl...

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F[?]ball. LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

Football. LAST SA\1 UKDAY'S MIATCIIES. Nvtwitht:'tanl.ain.' tie adverse state of the aw'c:,ter th ! i:.t r~t.ud of ti.: matches for the -ati-i:: r l'tc. i' t"itier::i ?p were carried uitt w., t' the i!idl.,l rc"t: o,. ..d;_rd, v. Uk...;a--l'tia ,u:ctly at a ji. ?,-tetr c: three o':clck, these teams ' lined Sup" on the local ground. J. Ilowden cap taintd the locals, whilst J. llanes aced in a si;niar capa,?ity for ienall t. Assent being given .I. Tubl:£ (Aveeli bounlced the b il;t ant o o1" f the ieavieet dowpours of rain ever exp,-rieticd in the district, and which continued without intermission thro:ugho?t h:e a;iiern a. i)utingl the first q'lua'rt.: i;:nlia with the aid of a strong tind, kicked 5 h.:hi,!, to rnil. Alter the chatnge t end t :,ri;evet, thii, result was q,:ek' revk..erde I' M?t, . ir itn a flying toot t? '' . t t w o tIe .; ft tih locals. ILnmm d.a 1, after ,te b,,.n ,e he t .oLtie team ..inr dir.pl.,}'+d t.oot p.una, v ly taid T. . at i ,t 1,11:t up '.1d u goal. J i...

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SOME TEUTONIC [?]TUDENTS. All Ab[?]t The Fighting Corps. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

SO - TEUTONIC TUDENTS. All A t Tho righting Corps. From t eme that the average German youth ena, the gymnasium, as the pro. psratory i oll is called, until be has pre pared himser for the university, his leisure moments tIFpent in dreaming of the good old time ill have when once entered upon hin univeri course. It is a "ekno.wn fact that the majority of Germa tudents n:tend the !feidelberg Universit lely for the fun there ie in it. This is, ,apse, putting it a little strong, but nevertllev s it is true. The university life of thd.verege student may be looked upon as obcantinuous dream ot case, beer, smoke, an~dith scme, duelling. Now, it is no easy sister to "loaf" as the German does. Wehall take the care of a German who has a4ir amount of money to spend, and wholls entered the University and identified imself with a fighting corps, and endeavor 't show what his life would be. There arns great many fighting corps at Heidelbergand the feeling manifested be tween the; is about the sam...

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Broadford Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

{ R iE"Uifiileil' 'E~dlit 1ISnirt olo flon ir. vites or,. hFirl htetfi Mlv~mi P. i louy aind C. M. 1130.: J'tI. on aluuc J,:a ii Y. M,1en Coiotal fir tli rer'.oetyof f4 1 4d du., ,ur .i* 've sild I'n dci rrL....-J. i c ~.n. no appuarucCc If Delfendan t.ttind a vteict was given Icr the allounti with 5i coetsd W. Lridetiup v i i'-t-rrion (f. C OeSrle Gonitheeii t fr C; s i , I oiatiii'oin *t i ot :ir Si"orlo civi he 1~.4 tIto J,Aluiii.j to Dcifiudit in htihe.ivi!,, aOil i'ri.! iieeS nlu'ii foir. tht iiint- Thit Guvti i.i , i tlli:wol Is foer his oils. \i. W.. S ibcor viivoo. .McNatniro f, ro si'tot o:Nit1e e is i, d oiit teel ,,if mi hr was gi t t iii itio isiiiiiu w'th Is AI. '. POititor v T. tiiivitiuo fir goodys sold and dl iiervil I , "i. Ttio ea.Ii wne sMi lcit ,,fit waingto ttho deiter of DItuodint crine the isovo oftta iumisofns.

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

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MR. REID AND HIS THEOLOGY. To the Editor of the Broadford Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 3 June 1892

To tt:E ref't.' e Thlotsrc Coutk'r. Six,--A tter, urnder the :?bo:e :ad ing, :tpeared i. yeour is:ue of 2tll i.5st a?.d I cr 0e your tip:.artial t;iat of room, to clomh; : ':haitn::IS to me, to bo th" (.i. t, ,f crt.:ifn utdtrlti u' Pricip s .',-l up. all! wh .,wm a subtle atlirty to ctur tallen natutre, simay be adc:pted art rep'ate'I by the ncore ttoulahtlss of sour Possibly, Sir, some of these readers rare little, as yet, for the questions at issue. Bt tih-c in whomi the psychical ite is awakend, and is plopting for light, and others, who,, natnral ernetra siln ,. mi nd, disecrns the feelig andt d cepti'v n:;ture of only livitn for this lifi, aid stho demtand sober an sweis for the prtssir. p sbl-t' s aro und us, sucht wifl listen , nttintly t, what scl.tios can be opered, and , will twe:rih t?,'m, a as etPorly' as mewn pond"r t:vdll't? in a coIrt ocf Lit, at the bar of which theyL wil -tt.,d Ith ,nseltve-. 1' nf pilttcipl"t .'t up, of tIfhe ossluprte el!i ,itL"cit' it iof hu Irt...

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