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Hoist With Their Own Petard [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 9 January 1914

Hoist With Their Own Petard A gentleman possessing a valuable collection of birds' eggs consented to give a short lecture ue)on them to a provincial scientific society, and. on tlhe afternoon preceding his addre?s. arranged a number of specimens from his collection on a, tdble ilt the moot ing hall. Some young memibers of thle so cietv, thinking to have a joke at ihe sueaker's expense, managed to con ceal several carefully-prepared "dunm mies" among those placed for exhibi tion. A large audience gathered to listen to tho lectrie, and when, after de> cribing in most inmteresting fashion ,-. veral of t~he rare specimens, th.\ lhe turer came -to the "dunnies."' thri was a. slight titter from ml:. f,_w young fellows at the back of the, hal!. .. Suddenly they realised that they wet. laughing C too soon, fot th.e speaker t~ookup one of. the "falked" eggs and said: "Ladies and gentlemen p'rmi? mte to call your attention to the prI'o'ih' tion of a biped generally known as the Iau~iint ja...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BLACK CAP PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

UBLACK CAP PUDDING. 1 lb. flour, 2 eggs, { pint milk, o to 4 ozs. currants, a pinch of salt. 1ethiod.-Sift the flour into a basin, add the salt, beat up the eggs. and stir gradually into the tlour, adding the milk by degrees, and work into a batter. Butter 1 large or 2 small pudding basins. Sprinkle in the currants, and pour in the prepared batter. Cover the basins with buttered paper, and steam for one hour.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ECCLES TART. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

SCCJ4ES TAWrI'. .ine a tin plate or shallow sand wich tin with a short or puff pas try. Spread this thickly with the currant mixture, cover with pas-' try, trim the edge nneatly, and hake in a hot oven about 20 miniutes. To prepare the mixture allow to each 4 lb. currants 2 small tea spoonfuls sugar. Wash the currants then place them. still wet, into a basin, add the sugar, then the trea rlo (warmed), mix well, and use.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LUNCH CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

LUYC:lr U t'c;. t S11. flour, 60 s. dripping (or a mixture of lard. dripping, and but ter), 6 o/s. sugar, lb. currants, 2 o0s. candllied peel, I egg. ; pint milk, ; teaspoonful carbonate soda, flavouring. Method.-lub d(ripping into the flour, add sugarr, currants, and peel. dissolve the soda in the milk (sour milk will (1o), add to the beaten egg, and m( ake the cake mixture moderately soft. Bake in one tin 1; hours, or two tins about 1 hour.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

Household Hints. --+ Without hesitntion. it can be as sorted that a sweet course in which Currants are the chief ingredient is sure to please the entire house hold. A diet of Currants is not follow ed iby- discomfort, digestive troubles, and other ills that indulgence at menical times only tooo frequently bring on. 'I he explanation is simple. Cur rants are intenldedl by Nature to feed andl sustain the body. That wondlerful substance known " as grape sugar is a most powerful nutrient then the little touch of tartaric acid in the fruit Li\ es it a delightful flanvour antl assists the gastric juices. When Currants are taken into the moiulthi the palate is incmediately Ipleased that is a good sign. be cause Nature has made most of her beneflicial foods palatable. When the Currant reaches that most imnhortant organ-the stonumach-it starts its work, of nutrition. The powerful grapc-sugar replenishes the tissues of the body which have been dlispersed by energy. both mental and physical. a...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ladies' Column. A NOVEL OVERDOOR DECORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

Ladies' Column. A NOVEL OVEl)DOOIR DECORA TION. Suggestions for practical, inexpen hi-e, and pretty decorations for the homne nre-always welcome, and in our sketch may be seen an extreme ly elffective decoration, which can bi arraiged in a few moments above a door, and at the cost of a few pence. It is composerl of .Japaiuese paper fans, and faIts of both kinds, the flat fan nod the fn l iade to foltl up, may bic purchased in many shops for a. Ienny or twopence each. -Most of theru are particularly pretty and ornamental in designil, andl in select ing the fans for this decoration they should ie carefully chosen to harmonise with the colour of the nall-ipaper on which they are to find a place. A large "fold-up'' fann is placed over the centre of the dloorway and secured in position with one or two tiny tucks. Round this fan five "flat fans" are arranged in the manner shown in the illustration, with their handles hidden away be hind the larger.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Friendsoip and Solitude. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

Friendsoip and Solitude. ---- +------- (B3Y LLDEBT IIUlL1AR1D.) Most generally, when 1 travel, I go alone-this to insure being in good company. I once made the tour of- Scotland with a man who was travelling for his health. lie had lung trouble-or imagined he had. I had known the nian in a casual !way for several years, and we started out the best of friends, an ticipating a good time. We were gone three weeks, and when we got back I hated the fellow thor oughly, and I have every reason to believe that he fully reciprocated the sentiment. There was nothing to quarrel about ; it began at Euston Sta tion, where I bought third-class tic kets. lIe said he preferred to ride tirst-class or secontd, at least-there was such a thing as false economy. 1 asked himn why he had niot saidl it before I bought the tickets. At. Edinburgh my companiotn wish ed to ascend the Scott monument, visit a friend at the University, and buy a plaid rug at one of the shops in Princess Street. I pro-! posed to l...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

Professional Column. Miss Irene Gait, A.LC.M. Teacher of Pianoforte, TERM commences First Lesson. SInstruction D;,y or Night "Roseneath", 20 Hardy Street, East Brunswick. 'Phone B'ck, 82 SINGING. Voice Culture & Production, Careful & Thorough Tuition. Terms Moderate. V. Powell, S81 Albion St., West Brunswick Mandoline Taught Teris Moderate. Rapid Progress. 16 JESSIE STREET, ..M ORELAND. BRUNSWICK COLLEGE SYDNEY ROAD. Principal: ROBERT McKAY, M.A School of History and Politica Economy, Melb. University. Mathematical Master: D. J. WILKIE Secondary Teacher, Melb. Univ. Junior Teacher: W. E. BETTS, Reg Primary Teacher. All Teachers are fully qualified and registered under Registration Act 1906 First Term Commences Monday, 2nd February. The aim of this College is to provide thorough Commercial and Business Education to qualify for the Univer sity, Junior and Senior Public Exam inations, Junior and Senior Commer cial Examinations, Accountancy, Fed eral and State, Pharmacy,...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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MAN AND HIS FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

MAN AND'HIS FUN. Malan that is born of woman is of few days, and ihordinately fond of Fun. In the beginning, when his tun let is full of milk, and his soul of content, hlie lies upon his back and kicks his heels in the air ; he says "Ga-ga" and "Goo-go," nnd that is Fun. Being grown older, he climbs a tree and falls out thereof; he goes in swimming, and is well-nigh dirown ed ; he absents himself fromn school. at the expense of his cuticle, and that is Fun. Hie grows in size, but not in wis dom, for now is he in college. lie goes forth by night and steals the signs of poor tradesmen; he marches in aI procession of fools, and burns his books ; he gets drunk overnight, and reaps headaches in the morn ing, and that is Fun. le conceives a desire for the company of 'young women ; he fol lows one girl about, and wears her hair ; she carries his scalp in her belt, and, she rests under the shadow of his ears, and that is F'un. In the end she throws him over, and the sunshine is gone out of ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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PAID SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

PAID SPORT. There is something repugnant to Australian ideas in the notion of paid sport, that is to say of the amateur element being completely excluded from a sporting arena and replaced by an exclusively professional clement, paid at a regular sala┬╗?- just in the same way as the actors and actresses on our dramatic stage, or the people w ho pleaise with song or dance, or other vaudeville attractions at ligliter shows. . Doubly is the repugnance felt when it is kiown iait., the professionals livelihood is a matter of bargaining and comniercial venture. America has just furnished us .with a full example of what. paid sport may arrive at, and while everyone who saw them was delighted with the geniality and hum or of our American visitors who came here to teach us to love and honor baseball, and, save the mark. to re place cricket by it as our national game. We must all frankly admit that it was the acme of professionalisnlm displayed. When English cricket teams have visited us. it h...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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SMART REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

SMART REPLY. ---+--- The captain of a certain troop ship catvey'ing a cav alry riegiment to tl he (ape was note I for his o it . and at every o[polt unity that Nler'"l he lo owse his shafts of hrumour, to the ciharrin an d einlar ruassiunt of their targets. Sooner or later the stinger gets stung, honx x e'r, and this chroinic pun-ar tist was no exception to the rule. On one occasion, when about two days out front part, he approach ed a group of soldiers who were swabbing the forward deck, and, singling out a big, raw-boned Irish recruit, who was experiencing his first taste of sailor's life, hlie gra vely asked : "Can you steer Ithie mainmiast down the forecastle stairs ?*' Quick as a flash camne the reply : "Yes, sirr. I can, if you will stand below and coil it up." So small was a imodel of the liner Medina, shown at the "Model Engi neer" Exhibition at the Royal Hor ticultural-hall, London, that human hair had been employed. for some of the ropes to keep them to a proportionate siz...

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Can We Suspend Life at Will. RUSSIAN SCIENTIST'S REMARKABLE CLAIM THAT HE HAS DISCOVERED A SUBSTANCE WHICH WILL ENABLE ANIMALS, INCLUDING MAN TO HIBERNATE LIKE BEARS FOR INDEFINITE PERIODS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

Can We Suspend Life at Will. WbB i i . -+---------- PUGSIAN SCIIYTIST'S IUM itIK AULE CLATL M TlLT IIE I1AS 1)ISCOVERIAIK A StIASTANCE WH(ICHl WILL ENAbLE ANI MALS, IN(LU111 XU MAN '1'0 HI13:llN'ATE l;KE iii;:\1:S F1 1 INDEFI'INITE PE1UOlDS. Sonime astonishment was recentlyi expressed at the announcement that Professor V. lahbmetietf of the Vci versity of Moscow, Russia, had in vented. a compound which would produce suspended animation in teen and tinimals. Professor- Bahnietieff's collabora tor in this discovery, Professor Maxim ilcussner, has made the fol lowing detailed explanation of their discovery. Ordinary sleep means a restoration of our energies;. and suspended ani mation will produce the same effect in a higher degree. The manner in which we came to make our discovery was very inter esting; While observing the feeding habits of the bears in Siberia, 1 was told by a Siberian hunter that there was -a colony of BiI riats, 'or. Siberian . -ild natives, in the northern. -iart-o...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

Personal. Mr. Daniel Rogan, owner of the Post Office Hotel, Sydney road, Co burg, who has been suffering from a severe illness, has .gone to Queenscliff to recuperate. A host of friends join in the wish that the genial Dan. may be speedily restored to health. The Rev. F. W. R. Newton, who is to be inducted next week to the parochial charge of Coburg, as Rector of Trinity Church, is a native of Brunswick, and received his education from his earliest years at the Brpins wick College, under Mr. Robert Mc Kay, M.A. From. the College he was successful at. the matriculation exam ination of the Melbourne University. and won the gold medal as dux of the school. In the parishes of Lilydale and Geelong he has been an excellent worker and a very Dopular preacher. He graduated with honors in phar macy, and won the gold medal as Dux of the school. In the parishes of Lily dale and Gcelong he has been an ex cellent worker, and a very popular preacher. He graduated with honors in pharmacy and won t...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Somebody's Got Them. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

Somebody's Got Them. Evidently some one in Brunswick has, to use a very vulgar expression, gone 'clean off his nut.' Otherwise, why the attached leaflaet which has been circulated along Sydney road. We always thought, and so did most oeople, that Brunswick was an emin ently quiet, law-abiding place, com pared with other thickly-populated suburbs. Evidently we were wrong. Hark to the note of alarm ! WARNING TO RESIDENTS OF BRUNSWICK. Sydney road property owners and shopkeepers will do well to provide thleiselves with revolvers. Brunswick is infested with thieves and burglars. The Sydney road is overrun with loafers and thieves. Men and women, you are in danger of your lives. Well-dressed rogues are parading the Sydney road. For years these scoundrels have been lonfing and living on plunder, shop-breaking, and robbery, and setting fire to promises so as to hide traces of their misdeeds. The police sometimes catch one of the mob, and your piagistrates simply say, '"These young blackgua...

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Mrs. Daly's Death. THE DEADLY UNDERTOW. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

Mrs. Daly's Death. ------~-+-- THE DEADLY UNDERTO\W. An inquiry was held at the Morgue on Friday, into the circumstances sur rounding the death of Mrs. Ellen Veronica Daly. who collapsed while bathing at Elwood beach on 4th inst. MIr. D. Buzolich, J.P., acting coroner, contlducted the inquiry. James Thomas Daley. potter, said he and his wife were bathing about 30 iyards from the shore, when Mr. Bucklhaim a friend, who also was bath ing, drew attention to the heavy un dertow. He and Mr. Buckham caught hold of deceased by the arms,.: but they did not appear to make any head uway against the undertow. Eventually Bluckhlrnam became exhausted, and call ed for help. Meantime, witness and his wife seemed to be getting carried further out. Her head fell once, and a. wave swept over her before help ncame. T'he water was rough. Before his wife was assisted to the shore she collapsed. Efforts were made to ire store animation, but without success. John Buckham. bank clerk at El wood. saitd a gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

MO N ARCH ELECTRICAL H. GLOVER 456 SYDNEY ROAD, BRUNSWICK. ' 84 FRANK HARTLEY, 9 CONTRACTOR " Brunswick's Leading Jeweller, Watchmaker and Optician. xt O W a BRII NSW I Estimates for House Wiring-Free. CASH OR TERMS. Wear the article while you are paying for it at 1/- per week. Your Tailor, Hatter, and Mercer. See his Display. SLarge Stock of Fittings, Shades, &c. EYESIGHT Tested FREE of Charge. SPECTACLES to Order, 5- Complete. All Kinds of-Repairs at Shortest Notice. Mention this Paper and you The Only Address-333-335 Sydney Road, Brunswick You Must Know Him. A BOON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. M~ARKS BROS, 331-336 SYDNEYi ROAD, (Near Methodist Church) And at 870' Sydney Road. Agent for Suttons. Tobacconists and Hairdressers. E. b .. En H. IIBSgway Merchant, &c. 320, 322, 330, 332 SYDNEY ROAD, BRUNSWICK. SHOPS, HOTELS, AND HAWKERS SUPPLIED. Ask for "OTRANTO" Cigars. Every Cigar branded "Otranto."-5 a 1-. TAKE NO OTHERS. a : a Wma The People's Tobacconist ...

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Second Elevens [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

Second Elevens Malvern. (198)-r. Brunswick (three for 130), at Malvern. The locals, at one stage, had one for 140. Their principal scorers were N. Christian (53), J. Beattic (40), R. Middleton (38), and J. Pockett (35, made off nine scoring strokes). The veteran, Jack Carlton (five for 34) and Cain (four for 65) were the successful bowlers. Batting for Brunswick, Hogg got 63 (thirteen 4's) not out, McLean 32. and Carlton 13 not out. Pockett (one for 22) and Christian (one for 25) took the wickets. Coburg v. Footscray,. played at Co burg. The home teamn made 1S7. and Footscray 44 and 29 for four wickets. The only feature of note was a dash ing innings by Booth for 121 (four 6's and 20 4's). Footseray's bowling was done by Gray and Porter, who secured five for 413 and three for 18 respec tively. None of their batsmen, except Williams in the second innings. reach ed double figures. For Coburg, G. Love (three for 13), Olive (two for -), and Kennedy (two for 17), did well with the ball.<...

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Brunswick Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

Brunswick Police Court... WEDNESDAY. JANUIARY 14. Before Messrs. Allard, Dowsley, and FlIemning, J.P.'s.

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V.J.C.A. First Grade. BRUNSWICK CITY V. NORTH PORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

V.I.C.A. First Grade. BRUNSWICK CITY V. NORTH PORTS. The match was commenced at Brunswick. North Ports batting first and starting well, had 61 runs up for the loss of one wicket. Peter O'Lough lin going in soon had the batsmen in difficulties. He and Deipennu finish ed the innings for 20 runs. O'Lough lin was unplayable and finished with five for 16; Deipenau threc for 8, Pat ernoster being the only batsman to make any runs (47), the innings clos ed for si81. Bridges and Brien opened City innings, and both batting nicely took the score to 60 before being sep arated (Bridges 35 and Brien 23). When stumps were drawn the score was six for. 103, Madden 15 not out. Scores: Brunswick City: First Innings. V. Bridges, c Lewis, b Koyhoe .. 35 W. Brien, b Lewis .. ........23 S. Jamieson, b Keyhoe ... . 14 J. Cowley, run out ........ 4 W. Madden, not out ...... . 15 T. Forsyth, c G. Keyhoe, b E. Keyhoe... . . ......... 0 McShane, b Lewis .. .. .. 56 J. Foletta not out .. -- -2 Sundries .. .. ....

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914

CYCLING. There was a fair attendance to wit ness the sports meeting at North Mel bourne, held by the Inter-club Cycling Association: Results: Essendon District Club Race, Lmile. -1, R. Evans; 2, W. French; 3, P. Hazzard. Northern District Club Race, 1 mile -Final: 1, H. Toohey; 2, W. Maine, 3. T. Fisher. Coburg Cycling Club Race, 1 mile- 1, E. Birch; 2, C. Jones; 3, J. Bar-. ker. T. Fisher, the Coburg champion, was favorite for this race, but by hard luck was beaten for, a place. I.C.C.A. Handicap: 1, E. Birch; 2, C. Warrick; 3, C. Jones. The greatest attraction of the day. was the one hour teams' race (two in a team), which was very closely con- - tested, T. Fisher taking twelve laps and failing at the sprint. One Hour Teanm's Race: 1, W. Wair ick; 2, G. Cook; 3, E. Birch.

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