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GENERAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

GENERAL EXTRACTS. A survivor of the battle of Waterloo lately had the misfortune to be run over in the streets of Paris, in tihe Faubotug St. Martin, at the corner of the RIue Louis Blanc. Jean Louis Leclec--uch is his name-was (reports a Paris corres pondent). one of the Napoleonic rrmy on the fateful day, now more than seventy-eight years ago. lie was born on the 11th of April 1793. When taken to the hospital he seemed to be very weak and to be suffering terribly. In view of his great age, the doctors thought he mustsuccumb, but the old fellow soon rallied, and on the day after the accident was able to go back to his home in the Rue du Rhin. So lightly did he treat the affair that he willingly accepted an offer from the driver who was to blame of five francjsy the way of solatium. " You see," he said, "L hate going to law at my age, although I do not despair of living to be a hundred and twenty." A Hindoo professioval mendicant lately plunged into the Mombadevie Tank. awam to the ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONEY KINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

MONEY KINGS. Naturally all this hubbub about anarchists and their threats to force capitalists to dis gorge hoarded millions has disturbed the money kings of New York just a little. The condition of the masses is discussed oftener in the millionaires' clubs and the situation reviewed and the social prob lem solved from the standpoint of the men of millions. But while the moneyed men of New York will tell you that they have not the slightest fear of danger to person or property from the alleged great army of hungry men in the slums of New York, they will admit they have taken pre cautions. What these precautions are it was my task (writes. a contributor to the " New York World'") to discover. One of the first discoveries I made was that Collie P. Huntington the railway magnate, and Cornelius Vander bilt had been notified quite recently by an alleged anarchist that their new palaces in Fifth Avenue would shortly be blown sky- ward by that pet of the anarchist the dyna mite bomb. I lea...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NORTHCOTE V. 17 ALL-COMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

NOiRTHCOTE V, r7 ALL.COMERS. A match between 17. all-cornmers and the Northcote team was played at Talla rook on Tuesday, and resulted in q win for the Northcote team by an innings and 56 runs. The all-comers batted first and put toiether only 34 runs, of which Trezise was responsible for 16 and J. Howe. 6 Coomber to for 6, Jenkins 2 for o, King 3 for to. Northcote made 129 ; Hayes (not out) 41. Dredge 35, Buckley 16, Jenkins 14, and Ewing 14, being top scrorers. WV. \Vales 4 for 28, secured the best bowling average. In thesecond innings the all-coiners, with the aid of Coomber, made 39. Coomber (not out), 18; was the hIighest ýIrý the two innings sccred r average of 13 wickets for 13 1 plieded are the scores: ALL-CoItERs. Hilliear, ltd Gration, b Coomber u McKinron. b Coomber ... o Trezise, c Coomber, b King... 16 31. Kennedy, b (Coomber ... T. Kennedy, c apd b Coomber I Dixon, bh King .,. , Wales, b Coomber ,.. Neale, b Coomber .,. . o Winnell, b Coomber ... , . o, Morgan, b Coomb...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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THE ANARCHIST AND THE PRINCE OF WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

THRE ANARCHIST AND THE PRINCE:OF WALES. A great deal is read in the papers just now about Ihe doings (and undomngs) of the Anarchists in Europe. These cables bring to my mind a story of an Anarchist for the truth of which I can vouch. The Anarchist was a versatile and vociferous Frenchman. named Maxime Lisbou, who, at the time I knew him, was an habitue of a foreign club in London, situated in a street off the Totten ham, Court road. He was not a bad sort of fellow ; not at all a murderous' ruffian in manner. Indeed, it always struck me that he could give far more plausible reasons for being an Anarchist than most ot us could give for not being one, or for being what ever else we profess, and call ourselves. Lisbon. was an active participator in the Commune of Paris, and was exaled for his offences upon the restoration of settled government. After some years, he received his pardon and returned to Paris. Then ai brilliantly novel idea strock him. He was a restaurant keeper by trade,...

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 — 29 December 1893

Notices. DENTIST RY. 'TEETH EXTRACTED WITIIO.UT PAIN. - essrs. i ll & So1s, SURGICAL & MECHANICAL i) E NT IST S, OF COLLINS PLACE, -14 Exhiibition-st., Melbournc. [A caon.] J. C. MORTON, (JL.B. ct Ch.B., Mlli ) 'IIYSIGIAN SURGEON AND AC COUCIIEUR, I[AS commenced practice at lroadford. COFFEE PALA , Qpposite Station. N. W ?1BLE, LTATE Secretary far Land and Recistrar qfI Laud Tax). FN'dur, Land, Estate, Financial e ' Agent, 317 COL clnd in largeo and smaal' lRns fromt £110 to :£20,000i on appvlel runs or grazing and agricultural farms: YOUNG SLANDERER ,ýTILT, stand this season at MIr M. E. " RYAN'S FARM, SUGARLOAF CREEK. lie is a bright bay, 4 years old; s;ands 16 hands high. He is by Slanderer; his dam-Native Girl-by Confusion' Terms : £2 for m:ires paddocked, and Li It-s for mares led to the horse. All mares to be paid on or before Tanuary tst, Sg94. "Follow tho Footsteps of the Wiso" anrl SAF. StONKSE hv luying ousr Clothing to oe?ure-or lteattlaadea, andl lauOTS S...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

NY ' q,,'WA? , . TO BUY. • -:PA.RE S & PRIVATE DAIRPES k l Cream at reduced prices, MIDWIFE AND- IADY'tS NURSE PINsauGe Sr., Broadford. Fret-class Ie. ferenrce,. W. Palmer, BOOT AND SHOE MAKYIR, 5BROADFORD. 'LADIES' and Gents' ooots of all descrip: tion made to order. AspiaUl's Enamel, In ISo beautiful colors. U SED by all the aristocracy of the old country. Non.poisonous. Easy of ppplication. Dries quickly. Does not crack. Revives and beautifies old chairs, baskets, bedstsads, &c. ' It is a pleasure to ;se it, and the results are most pleasing. -l?h .li) BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. kean Bros. & Rigg Limited, ' Melbourne, JpLE AGENTS, tea OT IC E, B.cheapest stock ot '4 ware, gas and 0C!- lamps and Gip'es and go? g and jef mauirn fhigher; ear, torekeeper for J . his, and Prices, [a or tlha aky the gAILIiLE DIlItPECTA.NT, ad 'aly True DMlflesctant, Testimonial.) "(V.R.) Public ealth Department, Melbourne. I .~hc pleasure in bearing testimony to 1Ow'ebumeurous valuabl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

SBalance Sheet. SHIRE OF BROADFORD, Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for -the Financial Year S . ended 30th" September. 1893. 7epared n accordance with the prorllons .of the Local Government Act, t140. SHARE FUND. RECEIPTS. EXPENDITURE. To. e Balance on. 3oth By Outstanding Cheques last September, 18ga ... 187 6 Audit ... . £S 14 :6 eral Rates ... 6i 8 o ,, General Public Wor3ks in. Annual Endowment, 1st eluding day labor ... o69 2 8 stalmet 39 3 9 ,, Officers' Salaries ... ... 4 3 ,, Flood Damages Grant ... o o ,, Deposits Refunded 4 8 .6 Publicans' Licences Equivalent 30 o ,, Advertising and Princ.g ... 4t 18 6 Slaughtering Licence Fees 6 o ,, Office Rent ... ...... 37 o ,, Noxious Trades ... ... Io o OfficeExpenses ... ... 16 11 l l Deposits in Security 47 4 6 ~ Audit Fees ... ... 142 6o Miscellaneous ... . 4 9 0 . Elections........ . 12 .B .lance ... . . 27 12 S .Charitable Donations ... 13 13 0 i R, ~6Law Expenses ... ... 16 5 o o Guarantees ..... ... 213 4 S Refunds ... ....

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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Modern Chivalry. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

Modern Chivalry. ". 'I tell ye'r, gentlemen, hit' oanposeible to rise corn and rise it right without litiga. tion.' "I suppose he meant irrigation, but far be it is from me to criticise a member of the school board," laughingly said the hand some young man that had just entered the cabin. S"Those neighbors of ours must be the funniest people on earth, or do you invent these jokes for their medicinal effect ?" in. quired the sick girl, smiling from her com fortableehair. "Oh, 1'm not equal to that ; my imagina. tion is a mere spark, a tallow dip-so to epeak-compared to their brilliancy. And thefun of it is they are so unconscious." Two young men and a siok girl, accustomed to the refinements of civilisation, trying to oonsidor life a great joke in this rude cabin on a faraway ranch. - It was a romantioeituation, and "deucedly unconventional," as they admitted. One of the men-a young doctor-had buried a charming wife, and was rushing away from aad memories to try life in a new land, t...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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WON AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

WN A.T LANT.. By HENRY KINGSLEY, Author of' . aveneoshoe," etc. Now, all theoe lapuarian blckslidings from grace were very soon told to the Rev. Letme down Easy, by the admiring farmers. That they were abominable and audacioous no one cald deny : thse qoestion was, how to utilise them with Lord ideford, an d procure the re. moval of Mr Mordaunt without ehutting up Crowshoo Castle? -They could save sixty pounds a year by getting rid of Mr Mordaunt. The first question with this -worthy pair was this : what was Lord Bideford ? Lord Barn. .taple woas a shining light among the evangel ituls, and itbias notrions that hid brother.in. law had practically appointed 'the last five bishops. He eas too old to be taken into the calculatinms, however; and the question -was,' what were Lord llidofords's religions opinions ? It was a very difficult question to answer. aLrd Bideford c:rtainly attended,- with great diligence and regularity, the afternoon service at All Saints' Margaret Street; but he...

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Goods and Parcels. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

40oodQ and Parcels. :0: Good;.- elly? Siebler, Dairy Coy., W, Parker, lichards, Jones, Egan. Hall. Parcels.-cLiesh, McKenzie. Cullu r McGoueh, Jacks r, .ichards, Mlacdolig Egan, Gale. ScHuoL ReQuISIErs.-A com sortment atF I. n. resvV .o r

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The Shooting Season. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

The Shooting Season. TaE opening of the shooting season was celebrated with the usual, eclat on. Wednesday last Qrouhoot this obtain a good bag being of course Gunn's Swamp, where some 200 sportsmen had congregated. Although there were thousands of ducks there on the morning of the 19th the shoot ing was not nearly as good as was anticipated, in fact it was in a great measure spoiled by the amount of pot hunting that was done on the evening of that day. Firing commenced about 4 o'clock in the afternoon and con tinued until dark, during which time hundreds of ducks must have been killed. The consequence of this was that as soon as the shooting began on the following morning the birds simply rose and left the swamp and settled in the dams and channels in quiet spots in the vicinity. Some of the former were literally covered with black ducks. IIonest sportsmen are getting so dis gusted with having their sport inter fered with year after year that it is probable a game protection societ...

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Ladies' Gossip HOME-MADE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

Ladies' Gossip ROME-MADE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS To a certain class, the pleasant old habit of presenting gifts at Christmas loses half its charm, and even comes to be looked upon as a trouble, since, in these days of luxury, everybody who is anybody seems to have everything already, and there is nothing now left to offer. Other women there are who have not this difficulty to contend with. They have plenty of young people about them who will appreciate what ever may come to their net, but their puzzle is to choose a variety of pretty presents which will cost but moderate sums. Then there are the young people who give presents among themselves, and make some for the elders of the Christmas home party. For the first class the shops enter magnifi cently, but to the others a few suggestions for home-made presents may be welcome. All the younghousekeenera now must have a daintily trimmed key basket, if they mean to keep up withthe times. A strong basket with lid should be selected, as heavy k...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Home and Fireside. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

Home and Fireside, PnESEErcE (;tGER e1ROst VrTEGABLE MsR now.-Peel and remove all the seeds from the marrow,: and cat them either in long strips or in pieces 2 inches long. Make a syrup in the nroportlon of 1 pint of water to every Blb of augar. Weich the marrows, and then put them in a deep basin, so that they may be well covered with the syrup. Let them stand for 3 days, stratu off the juice, put them In an en amelled saucepan with Ilb of pre serving muer and nalf a cupful of water to lib of marrow. To every 41b of marrow allow lito of crushed ginger and talf a teaspoon ful of cayenne pepper. The ginger and pepper should he put ai a muslin bag. Allow the rind and juice of three lemons to every 41b of marrow. Let the preserve simmer until the marrow becomes transparent, and then add 2 glasses of gin for 121b of preserve. To 1'nPESEnv Fe rs IN SviTRP.-The most suitable fruits for preservation in syrup are anricots, peaches, neetarines, apples green gag', plums and pears. With stone ...

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HIS BLISS POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

He B ,s IOProrn'rowo. "I love you madly. Blanche,,' the young man declared, with all the ardor of a passionate lover: "Will you marry ma?" "I don't know about that, Charley," replied the girl. "I admit I look on you with favor, and could learn to love you-but-but" "uDt what, dear? " "How are you situated financially?" "I must acknowledge that I am poor, hut my wealthy great-uncle has made me his heir, and he may die any day." "I don't like the idea of waiting for dead men's shoes.,' "Neither do I but" "So I have decided to marry your wealthy great-uncle myself, and when he diesyon may renew your attention,. Aurevoir!'"-" Pitt,. burg Chronicle Telegraph."

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Suppressing Riots. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894

Suppressing Riots. The following are interesting passages from Sir Redvers Bller's evidence before thin Commission which enquired into the employ meot of the military to suppress riots al Featherstone: Have you considered whether a dificulty may arise in the proceedings of the military, owing to the increased eficiency in the arms with which the troops are armed in modern times For instance, the bullets did not in some cases take effect on the crowdimmediately in front, and if the state. mente are correct, in one case a man was struck some 400 yards or more away.-It is a disagreeable duty to be employed on, but if thetroopeshare to be employed it is with a view to their use. and we ehould consider, as a rule, that the more severe their arms the lees occasion there would be for their being brought into requisition. Therefore, I do not think you could lay down any hard and fastrule. Would there be any difficulty from the point of view of the military authorities as to the bullets used...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News By Telephone. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894

News By Telephone. ---0~0 Stephen Godhard, of Buda Pesth, Hun gary, tells the "Kansas City Star" of a novel way, recently introduced in Buda Pesth, of :disseminating the news of a the day to his subscribers by telephone. The J rnbscribers are given a telephone of a special pattern. Itreceives but does not transmit sounds, excepting from the central office, which is the office of the "Telephone Gazette." At 9 o'clock in the morning the first edition of the "Gazette " is announced by the simultaneous ringing of a bell in the houses of the subscribers, and the busl. nest man and his wife listen to the stories and events of the night. The editor Is talking to t hundreds of other subscribers at the same time, and he has the instrument so arranged that inquisitive housewives must content themselves with his precise statement of the news and ?ot ask questions. The second edition appears at 10 o'clock, when the foreign news comes over the wire in a condensed form for twenty minutes or less,...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894

ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Kilmore Turf Club was held on New Year's Day on the local race course in the presence of a large and fashionable crowd of spectators; the weather was warm and the course in excel lent racing condition. The programme was opened with the Trial Stakes, which brought out a field of se en, and after a splendid race was won ry .Iisdeal. Out of the eight herses tl:a aced the starter for the Maiden Her Race, only three finished. Wh- I1 in front of the stand his rider. Winters, havicr. iing his collar bone. by Soldier Boy. Only leee out e the card came out for the Kilnore Turf Club Handicap. They were a long time at the'post and several breaks away occurred; Misdeal, who was inclined to buck. being especially troublesorpe. Only three finished: Princess's rider, a very young boy, fell off. and Investment came to grief at the back of the course. The Handicap Hurdles was the race of the tday, seven out of eleven starting; Carbie., who was the last to ge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894

nEFATING'S LOZENGES." " A Simple Fr' .-out " KEATINGS COUGH LOZENGES. Ask throughout the world, in any country that can be named, yoe will find them largely sold. There is absolutely no remedy that is so speedy in giving relief, so certain to cure, and yet the most delicate cat talke them. " A TERRIBLE COUGH " "' 94, Commercial Road, Peckham, July 12. " Dear Sir,-1 ant a poor Iand at express ing my feelings, but I should like to thank you. Your lozenges have done wonders in reieving my terrible cough. Since I had the operation of 'Tracheotomy' (the same as the late Emperor of Germany. and unlike I him, thank God, I am still alive) performed at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, no one coal! possibly have had a more violent cough; it was so bad at times that it quite exhausted me. 'The muors, Lhich was very copious and hard, has been softened, and I have been able to get rid ofit without ditticulty.-- ant, air, yours truly, J. HILL." UTTERLY. UNRIVALLED The above speaks for itself. Front st...

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Reedy Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894

Reedy Creek. [Fnoa orn owN roRRESouzp?.2"]. A v'ena successful ball and supper in aid of the Kilmore Hospital was held in the hall on Friday evening. Owing to the inclemency of the weather a good many were unable to attend; however, I think when all expenses are paid the Hospital will receive about l4. Dancing was commenced at 8.30 under the able guidance of Mr. G. Daws, who verj kindly acted as al,C. The music, which was ?supplied by- Mr. ill,- was just sublime. The refreshments were gratui tiously supplied by the ladies, who deserve every thanks for their liberality. At i2 o'clock an adjournment was made for supper, aftei which dancingl recom menced and kept up till the wee sma' hours of morning." Special thanks are duo to the committee of ladies who managed the s hole affair, namely, ilissem Baren, Sims, Ialmer I,eeper, llcManus, and Mrs. Johi Liddell. As much stuff'?as left over froni the ball it was decided to give the children a pianic on New Year s day, whichl was held in a n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 5 January 1894

Sroadford Cofee Palace. [COMFORTABLE HIIOMS roa TRA VELLERS, &c. CHARGES MODEIRATE. MRS. J. o. PRESCOTT, Proprietress.. J. O. PRESCOTT, Scienti.o Watohmaker, &c., &c., &c. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. TOWN CHARGES Address COFFEE PALACE, BROADFORD. A. Millard, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, HIGH STREET BROADFORD, A SUPERIOR stock of Grocery, Boots: and Shoes, Crockeryware, and Iron. loungery always on hand. Drapery, and en's anod Boys' Clothing s. speciality. Accountsorendered monthly. J . M Neill, SADDLER & lIAIINESS MAKER HIGH-STREET, BROADFORD. ADDLERY, Harness of every variety and a large supply of saddlers' sundries kept in stock. REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED. Orders promptly attended to by first-class tradesmen. A large supply of hardwood timber always on hand. BROADFORD BREAD FACTORY W. Parker, ; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BAKER High-street, Broadford. pICNIC parties anad tea meetings sup. plied on the most reasonable terms, Wedding and birthday cakes on the shortes...

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