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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 28 January 1891

NEWi S AND vNOTES,: . ( "Why do you go there? was an exclama tion overheard betweeni two Coburg ladies the other night. " tecause I find that for quality and prices M Crory's: groceries are v really the cheapest in:the end I haIve 'tried r other supposed cheap grocers, but I have come to the conclusionthat 'quality is the true t"st of. cheapness.:- However, if you. doubt mniy,; word, giiehim ?i triial' and s?e fo fo yourself; his estihlishmeni t s '.at ydney-,, road, Cobisrg.'-ADVT t o The' Rie. R. ClaIrki: of "South` Melbourne, preaches l at;: Holy ýTrinity Church on Sunday evening.! , , Thue distribution' of pris?s iron at the I Exhibition, passed offt under very` happy: auspices a? the Wosleyan Cnurirc on Wednesday last: " . , ,, Master E: Walker of' States School' 484; Bell-street, .Coburg,: has obtained a, scholarship of .10 per 'annum tenable for 3? years ; at the recent' examination under .the Education',Departmonti, and. i Miss Alihc Hodsop' smiceiiiatriculating 'last' month...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SERIOUS ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 28 January 1891

SERIOUS ACCIDENT. A painful accident happened at the Wilsmore Brick Works early Friday morning to an engine-driver named William Addis, who is a married man residing in Glenlyon-road. Addis was on the night shift, and whilst engaged in oiling the machinery, some of his clothes became entangled in the driving belt. With tremendous force he was carried up to the shaft and hurled against the pulley. He for tunately fell clear of the machinery, but when picked up was found to be suffering intensely. With all prompti- tude Addis was conveyed to the sur gery of Dr. Hamilton, who discovered that the man was suffering from in- juries to the spine, and had also had one of his wrists broken. The doctor paid every attention to him, and the sufferer was then conveyed to his home.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEXT SATURDAY'S PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 28 January 1891

NEXT SATURDAY'S PLAY.   Brunswick v. Malvern, at Malvern, for Boyle and Scott's Cup. The follow ing. will represent Brunswick :--H. Mumby, Buckley, A. Buncle, T. Buncle, G. Moore, F. Moore, Smith, Sparkes, Hutchinson, Crawford, Raeburn, Chapple, O'Hanlon. Brulnswick 3rd v., South Brunswick 2nd, on the former's groieid, rea:r Bruns wick Cricket Ground. Blrunswick will be picked from the following, who are requested to meet on the ground at 2.30 p.m. sharp :-W. Munsby, Pearce, Lacey (2), Powell, Whittaker, Hayes, Pateman, Conlan, Manallack, Gray and Davis. South Brunswick 2nd v. Brunswick 3rd, on the ground of the latter. The following will represent the South: Bray, Quinton Pobjoy (2), Clement, Merrick, Junor, Harrower, O'Loughlin, Clough, Howe, Sheffield, O'Brien and Taylor. Telephones are being introduced in hospitals to enable patients to talk with their friends without danger of com municating diseases. Prince Albert Victor is the only son of the Prince of Wales who ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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THE POET'S CORNER. [Original contributions under this heading are invited.] MIGNONETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 4 February 1891

THE 'POET?'S. CO RNER. I [Original contributions under this iheading are invited:] : -MIGNONETTE. Many joys, both bright and fleeting, From mylife lhath ebbed away, Yet the memory of our greeting - Steals across my soul to-day; . 'Tis a little flower only That revives the broken spell 'Tis its fragrance that reiinds` ie SOf the one I loved so .iell. Would you learn the nmytie power Giving fIirth to fond regiet? Well, it is this simple flower, Just a sprig of mignonette. ? Once, bright flowers grew in my patth way, And for me the heavens were blue, Happy friends around me gathered, 1 believed they all were true. I was joyous, oh! so joyous, When be called those flowers for me, And I wore themrein my gladness When we lingered near the sea. - - In our pretty garden blooming, Mignonette-luxuriant grew, And the balmy breath of siinmer All its incense o'er us threw. Standing at the rustic gateway, All the world had smiles for me, For a magic charm pervaded Earth, and ocean, flower, ani, t...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. HARVEST THANKSGIVING. To the Editor of the Leader. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 4 February 1891

CORRESPONDENCE. HARVEST THANKSGIVING. To the Editor of lhe Leader. Sir,-For several years past the chcrch under my care' has been in the habit of sending all the e.hibits used for the purpose of decorating our chuirch, in Blyth-street. on" Harvesat Thanksgiving Sunday," to that noble inlstitution, " The Home of Hope," in Collingtdood. This institution is under the care of- its founder, the Rev. C. 3I. Oherbury, and has 51 children of both sexes in charge at the present time. It has done good work in the past in feeding, clothing, and educating the orphans, and must commend itself to" s all. ,Who would not like to lendsa helping hand to such a grand work? Now, Sir, there is an opportunity for all to do so. Hitherto the provisions sent have come from my own church. This year I want to send Mr. Cherbury a " Brunswick," and not a " Congregational," offering. Our Heavenly Father has blest this colony with a harvest so abundant, that it far and away exceeds all former years. The Argus say...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALLEGED INSULTING BEHAVIOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 4 February 1891

ALLEGED INSUJLTING BEHAVIOR. At the Brunswick police court on Wednesday, Constable Mahoney pro ceeded against Thomas W. Delves on a charge of insulting behavior, with intent to provoke a breach of the peace. Sergeant Brown prosecuted, and Mr. F. Stephens, junr., appeared for the defence. All witnesses having been ordered .out of court, -Evidence' was' 'given by Constable Mahoney, that at half-past seven on the even'ng of the 19th inst., he was on duty on LygoI-street, and was called across the road by Delves, who said to him, '"Didn't I manage that well," referring to a fire which had recently occurred on the premises of his wife. Witness told him that he should be careful of what he said, whereupon Delves replied that " lie would not give a for anyone as he had the money in his pocket." After a few moments Delves remarked that lie supposed lie had better close up his shop or he would have the police about him. To this the witness replied that as lie had referred to the matter it wo...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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BRUNSWICK.—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 4 February 1891

BRUNSWICK.-- WEDNESDAY. Before Mr. O'Mara, P.M., and Messrs. Clement, Fleming, George, Harri son, Stranger, Tinning, and Wallace, J's.P. INSULTING BAIIAVIOR. John Quinlan and William Williams, Stwo young men, were proceeded against for this offence. Constable Ivens was the prosecutor, and stated that ?on Sunday afternoon last a numberi of young men, including the defendants, were standing at the corner' of 'ILygon and Edward streets. They ?were acting In annunbecoming manner, and ?shaking hbands with each otlher wlenever ladies were approaching. Constable Mahoney also gave similar - evidence, but :.,the Bench held that there was no eviderice of an intent to provoke a breach: of the peace, and dismissed.the case.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUICIDE AT PENTRIDGE. DEATH BY STRANGULATION, [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 4 February 1891

suICIDE '.AT i. PENTRIDGE. DEATH BY STRANGULATION, On Sunday afternoon, between 4 and 5. o'clock, when the prisoners were let out of their cells fur supper, the warder on duty in the,C division observed that one of the prisoners did not make his appearance as usual, and on makiig all examination found the lifeless body' of the man hanging from the window of the cell. SAn inquest was held on. Tuesday ly Mr. Candler on the remains, which were those of. a young man named Phillip Dawson, 22 years of age. Governur Dwyer stated that the deceased was re ceived at. the stockade last March, under sentence of 18 months' imprisonment for selting,: fire to a grass paddock at Taradale, and' illegally using a hlinrse. He had been in the A. and B division s and vas in' the C compartment at the time of his death.. The occurrence was rep~j rted t him shortly after four o'clock on Sunday afternoon, and when deceased fas cot' down the: galvanic battery was applied to him :without avail. Last Friday he...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 4 February 1891

Having an Extensive Circulation throughout the Immediate and Surrounding Districts, our 3olumns afford Unequalled Advantages for Advertising, and supply Tradesmen. Manufacturers. and others with the best means of giving publicity to their various trades and callings.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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BAND OF HOPE PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 4 February 1891

BAND OF HOPE PICNIC. A picnic was held at Heidelberg on, Monday last (Commemoration Day), by members of the Christchurch Sunday School Band of Hope, and proved very enjoyable. Starting at about eight amnt., the merry. party were soon away, and succeeded in selecting a very pretty camping ground near the banks of the river. :.Tlie day'iwas beautiful for ani outing, a lovely cool and, bracing: breeze wai' 'blowing, 'and 'the rays' of Old Sol wer'e justvarm enougl .to, make a day in' the country enjoyable in the extreme. After luncheon, races were held among the juniors and were keenly contested, whilst the seniors wandered, away in twos and threes-mostly twos-itn search of wild raspberries, which here abound in great profusion. Fern hunting also proved an enjoyable pastime, and outdoor games' were in dulged in to the satisfaction of all. Then, as the shades of twilight evenling gathered, round preparations for the evening meal were made, and after all had partaken of the bounteous thi...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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POETRY. The Song of the Summerer. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 4 February 1891

POETRY.. The Song of tho Summerer. BY TIEODnnAeeI InTO.i Oh, summer is coming, The bees are a humming, eAnd'illtie' dear. ideea begniongtd start, ',That grow round the cottage Where's brewing thepoltage, The Venusemade potion so dear to my heart. S ,For where is'life sweter, Or ever completer, That witheun in Heaven and son at one's side, { With p!enty of breezes, Enough too of bees, trees, And ivy.hung bowerse from showers to hide ! When mornings each daughter Of us seek the water To be like a mermaid, a Venus, a duck,? * Or whate'er to your notion Swims around in old ocean Biitedl ke fishermen fishing for luck. When we go a sailing " In blue gauzy veiling, And dantiest a la mode yachting dressa Or if there's no blowing, Why, then we go rowing, And that is a pleasure no less, I guess. Oh Ia nam't of roianees Niched in twixt the dances, Sandwiched is the great midsummer-eve's ball. I hear the waltz swelling I hear a voice telling Of love and of ices, of tennis and all; We'll sit on ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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A Metaphysician's Love Letter [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 4 February 1891

A Mletaphlysician's Love Letter Old sages dreamed, in lone retreat, Of visionary grace, That had no tangible concrete For secular embrace; Platonic love and abstract bliss (Unsuited to a world like this), That waste the rapture of a kiss In empty space ' The psychological idea Is like the other fine; But 1 prefer while I am here, An image less divine. Angelic soul in mortal mould, Whose love should grow as we grew old; Till death round both his wings enfold, Such dream be mine! Say. shall we scek, my psychic friend (Conjoin'd in sense and soul), Those incongruities to blend Into one cosmic whole ? So may the philosophic mind, With nature's ordinance combined, Co-ordinante us till we find The mesthctic goal. The latest and most elegant style for a bill of fare is to have it made up in imitation of an illuminated antique manuscript. It is on parchment, and bears finely printed on the cover the arms or monogram of the host or monogram of the host or hostess. A leaf is devoted to each c...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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The Coburg Leader. "FEBRUARY 4TH, 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 4 February 1891

" I am in the place Where I am demanded of conscience to speak the trath, and there fore the' truth I speak, impugn it whoso list." FEBRUARY 4TH. 18g1. NEWS AND NOTES. "Why do you go there 7" was an exclama tion overheard between two Coburg ladies the other night. " Because I find thati for quality and prices ; 'Crory's groceries are really the cheapest in the end I have tried other supposed cheap grocers, but 1 have come to the conclusion that' quality is the true t"st of cheapness.' f Ilowever, if you, doubt my. word, give him a trial: and see for yourself; his establishment is at Sydney. road, Coburg."-ADvT. The new time table of the Brunswick; and Coburg railway has been issued, and records the pleasing fact that five additional trains: have been placed on the line, and run right through: to Somerton.. TI~e President and Cr. Fischer subl mittedAtheir ?report to:, the Coburg ciucil 'on Monday evening regarding the matters in the annual balance-sheet desiring elucidation, and it w...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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POLICE NEWS. COBURG.—TUESDAY. Before Messrs. Vincent (chairman), Mailer and Voice J'sP. HUSBAND AND WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 4 February 1891

~POLICE NEWS. COBURG.--ToEsDAY.. Before M-Icesbr. VincEnt· (chairmgan), Mailer and Voice J'sP. . HUSBAND AND WIFE. Mlatthew: Rumble& was :?charged with rsing threatening languige?.t his wife. He had thieateied on Saturday_ lasti to kill her, and also hurn the house da.rn d.id, roast.her.; Defendant"?tated that the canuse of tihe trouble was his. wife calling his mother a "Tasamnnian: hag," whle reupon he~retortedi that his ?;-6 ther was" mad like hers , She wiwhedd? him bound over to keepthe iei'i)peace.. l He denied having threatened her life"iThe B3cnch: hound im?r?over to keep the peace 'f6r ?six' 'monthshimsel f in 'one surety:; of- :*10, and an approvcd'surety .;.(: .. EMIANdED.$ Robrt? "MeCndlilsh • was ?,again-r isauded for sevben days :as' lie was! to?d unwell to appear He is charged wieIh vagrancy. -. ' 'SAND. ~;George r-lletcher w\as charged witlh unlawifnlly removing sand from a council street. .Cr. Voice deposed that on the 12th. December he saw defendant re movi...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 4 February 1891

If you want your.dHonse Painted, Cheap, Go to'T. Wilson. f you ivant' your Hlouse Papered, Cheap Go to T. Wilson. f you wane your Rooms Colored, Cheap, Go to T. Wilson. T'HOS. WILSON, DECORATOR. (Successor to W. Tierney), NEXT TO GRUNDY AND CO., COBURG. WM. WALKER, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, MUNRO STREET. All work promptly executed. Estimates given for all kinds of repairs. Palings, Hardwood, Lime and Cement kept instock. W. ADMANS & CO., HOUSE AND LAND AGENTS, (Bates' Buildings), SYDNEY ROAD, CO 3URG. PROPERTIES FOR SALE AND TO LET IN& ALL PARTS 1OF BRUNSWICK AND COBURG. WANTED HOUSES FOR SALE AND TO LE''. CLIENTS WAITING. LOANS NEG-OTIATED. RENTS COLLECTEJD INSvIRA.NCTES EFECTtD DR. W.- P.. MURPHY PHYSICIAN AND -SURGEON, JHas commenced practice at"' SYDNEY- ROAD,-, COBURG, (Next the PoliierStation), Consultation hoirs :-9 a.m. to i1 n.m. 2.30 p.m. to .3.30 p.m.; 16 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. TIHE INVERNESS BOOT AND SHIIO , VAREILOUSE, SYDNEY ROAD, COBUIRG A. MACKENZIE AND SON ...

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Hints to Housekeepers. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 4 February 1891

IIints:to Housckeepers. : Emptied spools are utilised in making bang ing book shelves or brackets. Strung upon strong wire they divide the shelves, and, of i smaller size, they, are used to: edge the shelves. They may be painted any color with enamel paint, and touched with gilding at pleasure. To clean carpets: When the carpet is well beaten and free from dust, lay it lightly down and scrub it with soap dissolved in soft water mixed with bullock's gall-about four gallonsof water to a pint of gall. This will restore the colors of the carpet to their original brightness and make it look almost like new. The brush employed should be of soft character, with long bristles. lllanketsand furs pot away well sprinkled with borax, and done up air-tight, will never be troubled with moths. It is a much better plan, than to do all at once, to take up some carpets in the autumn, and the rest in the spring. and so divide the work, unless you want to feel that it is all out of the way :,t once. In...

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Goldsmith's Eccentricities. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 4 February 1891

Goldsmith's Eccentricities. - No man could have more old weaknesses than Oliver Goldsmith had, and certainly no man could be better liked by his friends and acquaint ances. tie studied at one time for the Church, but the bishop declined to ordnain him because he appeared on the occasion with a pair of red breeches. iBefore e went to Edinoburgh to study medicine, be became a tutor in a family in which he did not feel at home. Having earned about thirty pounds, lie boughti a horse with the sum, and started in search of adven ture. After al absence of six weeks lie re turned penniless, and mounted on an aged hack. His mother having expressed her dis. pleasure with the adventures, with a recital of which he entertained her, he replied laugh ingly, "And now, my dear mother, having strug. gled so hard to come houle, I wonder, you are not more rejoiced to see me," Proposing to complete his medical studies at Leyden, he sailed for Bordeux in order to reach the university by a new route. At ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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An Easy Method of Washing. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 4 February 1891

An Easy MIethod of Washing. The evening before the day you in tend to wash, separate the white from the colored pieces and place in piles or bandles. In the morning put the white pieces into one tub and the colored clothes (which will not fade) into another: Then cover with cold water. After cooking break. fast, have the wash boiler almost full of water, placed on the fire, and shave, into it half of a bar of good bleaching soap,: and if the water is hard add a handful of salsodz. While breakfast is being eaten, the water wil warm enough. Now rinse and wring the clothes through the cold water. One who has not tried this plan will be surprised to see how dirty the water will appearafter the clother are rinsed through. Put abucketful of th;warim suds into a large pan, dip each white piece.into it--f course, the cleanest fl' itsoap' tlienhi' irollr iip sepi'ately"anfd place in a tub. When all the pieces have been soaped and rolled up, pour about half of the warm suds over them and cove...

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Extra Nice Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 4 February 1891

Extra Nice Potatoes. The latter part of the winter, when pota toes begin to seem a little old, it is a good time to try new ways of cooking them, ways that will be at least a change and perhaps a decided improvement. Fried potatoes, good at any season, seem particularly good now, for this mode of cooking adds crispness, and gives a relish when ilavor is somewhat lack ing. Half the secret of the success of French cooks in frying potates lies in giving them a pretty and attractive appearance. The other half belongs to the frying kettle the deep fat, deep enough to plunge the article to be cooked so as to cover it entirely -half beef suet and half lard, and hot enough to prevent soaking, and cook as quickly as possible. This is really the chief difficulty, for discretion is needed; the degree of beat must be suited to the thing to be cooked. Thus a whole potato which requires at least fifteen or twenty minutes to cook through so that it will be entirely soft at the centre cannot be fri...

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Why Woman Blushes. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 4 February 1891

Wlty Womlllt Blhshcs. When man in loneliness reposing, Awoke from that mysterious nap, And saw, with wondrous case reclining, His gentle Eve in Eden's lap, In eager haste to greet the fair, And all his hoart's warm wishes speak, lIe crushed a rose upon her cheek That left its tint for ever there. There is a plagiarism in life that is con temptible. Some men and women spend their time chiefly in copying their neighbors. They dupllicate their dress, their furniture, their manners, their ways of living. They pro. fess the same views, utter the same ideas, at tempt thesame actions. But they have never succeeded in their poor aim, for the spirit that animates can never be copied-the soul is left out. The test of a man is not whether he can govern a kingdom single-handed, but whether he can govern himself, and thus have his private life tender and considerate so as to make his wife and children happ? "

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