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SCIENTIFIC. HARDNESS AND TOUGHNESS TO BE COMBINED IN STEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 11 February 1891

SCIENTIFICO. : HARDNESS ?AND" TOUGHNESS 'TO. Il'E COM BINED IN STEEL Aft..r tuch study and the making of many experucents it is-now expected th?ata very r.unch.inproi·cl kind of steel will shortly be at tlhe displlsal of 'manufacturers. ; The new metaI, as it mlay perhaps; be called, will consist of an aAmixture of steel and man ganese-the exact proportion of the latter not having yet bhec decided upon. Up to the present oatsiiautory. results have been obtained by mi>.ing from 10 to 14 per.cent. of manganese with the steel. It is said that, nothwithstanding its considerable .toughness when cast in the ordinary way, an- extra ordinary increase of strength is secured by i:ethod.u which. in the case of the ordinary steel. -would cause defects. such as water erwiclking, britieness, and so forth. The article which is being treated is heated to a temperature of about from'lS00degs. to 2000 degs. Fahr.. and then plunged into cold wa'ter. -The nearer- this temperature is reached and lthe...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Coburg Leader. "I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the ruh, and there fore the truth I speak, impugn it whoso list." FEBRUARY 11TH. 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 11 February 1891

" I am in the place where I am demanded of 51 conscience to speak the truth, and there fore the truth I speak, impugn it. whoso list." :FEBRUARY rTH. 1891. a -: o:- 9 IT is a recognised assertion that con tinual agitation is always necessary t to secure the execution of promised undertakings by Government depart- _ t ments. and, unless the official "heads". are interviewed time after tiine, and harassed .with a persisten;cy , hich brooks no delay,'the' accomplishment of the =wish- of those concerned may never transpire. why this should. be is difficult:of comprehension; but is very generally attributed to the ,broad red tapeism, with which.' responisible I ministers: and their subordinates surround' themselves.. Such, however, t should be swept away' by the common I sense dictation of an intelligent people, and the less we have of formality. and the more of .practical' work iii our public departments, the better will it be for thecount rwhose career is dominated, anid golden future ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 11 February 1891

"THE COBURG LEADUER." PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. At BATES' BUILDINGS, SYDNEY ROAD, CORURG. PRICE--ONE PENNY.. To be obtained at TiE LEADER Office, or of Mrs. Summers, News Agent. JO B 1:PRINTING -of Every Description : executed in the best style. CHAlRGES I ODERATE FULLLpsrticulars of Church Work, to Sether-with reports of proceedings of, Friendly Societies, Football, Cricket and all Athletic Clubs will be given in the columns of "THE LEADER,"' and .it is hoped that -----I enscr-and-Se-retaricjqw irecognisos4mr.en-: deavor to' cater for readers in every depart. ment," by forwarding for insertion all special advertisements, and according us a share of their patronage. Items of interest, and any articles intended for insertion in our news 'columns, should be forwarded to tihe Editor not later than Monday evening, otherwise their- publication cannot be guaranteed. Our columns are open to all intelligent correspcondlents without respect to creed or color, with the proviso that all corre...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Wrongea Righted. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 11 February 1891

Tnhe Wrongea Righted.I I.t has been many long. days sinca then yet I remember it all, just as though it ha: occurred yesterday. l.was a carpenter, thl. foreman of a large establishment,, and a: such possessed the entire confidence of inm employer, who, by thoeway, hIrd been an olu school-mate of mine. One day he ea'ed me into his ileice to look at some rare coins he had just purchased. " " Here," said lihe, placing in my hand a heavy gold piece. "is one which is worth more than all the rest put together. It is a I great curiosity. I paid £50 for it, and cnn- I sider it cheap at that. I could easily double my Vmoney in selling it;, and so you see, ( Harvey, it is a good inseotm'ent.,' : • "No doubt it is," said I," though it Eeems a large sum to have lie.ile.". - I breathed an' involuntary sigh as I laid i the coin down on the desk;,for £50 would have seemed a fortune to me just then. The severe illness of my wife, and one of my children, and the deathbof another; made serious inroad...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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A Considerate King. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 11 February 1891

A Consi"leralt4e ing ii. After the battle of Mars-la-Tour the field was covered with the dead, and all available houses filled withi the wounded. With great trouble a small room, in which stood a table, chair and bed, was found for the Prussian king. Upon entering lie said : "Where are Bismarck and Moltke 7' ' They have no place as yet," answered the adjutant, well knowing bow necessary it was that they shouli hare rest. " Then invite them to cam.p with me," was the reply; "but order the bed to be re mve--the men who are wounded can use it better than I-and bring us straw." It was done, and the three heroes rested dalring the rainy night upon the straw covered floor. Never was a milder master than thie em peror, as nulmerous instances prove. One evening he drove to the Victoria Theatre in Berlin, accompanied by his coacnhman and body-servant. The latter, believing himself certain of several hours, entred? a restaurant near by. huht the emperor returned in a short time. The carriage ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALLEGED PERJURY BY A CONSTABLE. CHARGES AND COUNTER CHARGES. DELVES V. MAHONEY. SOME INTERESTING EVIDENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 11 February 1891

ALLEGED -PERJURY .BY A CONSTABLE. it CHARGES AND COUNTER I CHARGES. DELVES V. MAHONEY. ' SOME INTELRESTING EVIDENCE The Brunswick court was thronged s on Wednesday last, and considerable e interest was manifested in a charg.i of I perjury preferred against Constable Mahoney by Thos. W. Delves, boot ] manufacturer. carrying on busitness in Lygon-street, East Brunswick. Mr. F. Stephens, junr., appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr.1 M'Kean for the defence. Mr. Stephens, in his opening remarks, said that the charge arose out of a case t of insulting behavior, heard at the court last WednesdAy, Delve, being the defendant and Mahoney the informant. t It was alleged that the constable was guilty of three distinct charges of 1 perjury whilst giving his evidence then, I in stating (1) that he did not speak ,to Delves prior to the time at which the I offence was alleged to have been com- mitted; (2) that he (lid not have a pair of 101 beot smade to measure by Delves and (3) that lie did not kno...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MORELAND TRADES v. COBURG TRADES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 11 February 1891

MORELAND TRADES v. COBURG TRADES. This match took place last Wednes- day afternoon on the ground of the for- mer, and great interest was taken in the contest. A. Bass captained the Coburg, while C. Benson acted in a similar capacity for the Moreland. The Moreland scored 39 in their first innings and 47 in their second. Coburg 33 and 40 runs. The Moreland thus won the match by 13 runs. Hartly bowled well for Moreland, and Singleton for Coburg. South Brunswick v. Prince's Hill. On the ground of the latter, near North Carlton railway station. The South will be represented .by the following: Harrower, Howe, O'Loughlin, Clough, Bray, Zschech, O'Brien, Clement, Junor. Merrick, Taylor, Quinton and Loughton.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

HIEREDITY OF CRIME. CURIOUS PHASES AND THED DIREFUL RESULTS "OF' IN-' HERITED DISEASE:: Doubtless crime is coinmitted from the mere love of it. The :ideitity off" Jack the .Ripier ".'remaiis unldiscovered 'and so we do niot know 'wvlat i"inielled bhiim to the commuision of his atrocious crimems Little doubt he was irniane, his actions controlled by, an: abnormal condition ; of the iind; it is plain none of the ordinarj reasons for crime prevailed' in tliis case. He was, perhaps, a victim of some hereditary taiit, whiich drove him i to acts" against which his will.revolted iand from whichiini his rational moment.s his soul recoiled in horror. A -'French novelist "of realim makies' the hero of' a late iovel of uncli' charaicterh :IHe sis a' locomotive' 'eng ineer a tlhiorouii hly competent aiid reliable mian but; if lie chancedl to .beholdd tei'white thio;at'f a woman, a ,wild freitizy seized him lie could' not cintrola a desire to plunge a. knife in it: ::Her was' aware of his infirm...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

HARVEST THANKSGIVING mn SERVICE. ý "Harvest hone." was celebrated at the Independent Church, Blyth-street. Brunswick, on Sunday, February Sib, t when special services of thanksgiving were held. The church was beautifully decorated with flowers, fruit and corn, C and presented a very charning appear ante. The pulpit was decorated in a specially charming manner. On either side small sheaves of corn stood boldly onu, whilst from side to side ran strirgs of beautiful grapes and other fruits arranged with excellent effect. Around the organ a perfect wealth of tributes to P the harvest home abounded, showing that the ingathering had indeed been d bountiful, and the cause for rejoicing great. The attendance at the morning service was good, hut in the evening a very large congregation assembled. every seat being filled, and the service a musicial one was much enjoyed. Mr. Rochelle presided at tie organ, and special hymns were sung both by choir and congregation. On Monday morning the variou...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ABOUT THE HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

ABOUT THE HEALT?. Never on any account add vinegar, sauces, or any kind of condiments to -tinned foods while they are in tinE, and- never-leans euCh mixtures to remain an hour or two, if from forgetlulness it is done. , The liquor around lobsters, salmori end all vegetables, excepting tomatos, it is desireable to strain cif and throw away. LIbsters and spawns are im proved by being turned out into a sieve and rinsed with clear cold water. All tinned goods are put up as fresh as it is possible to be, but, unless corned or salted, will not keep if:turned out, as freshly cooked goods will, and certainly not longer, as many thought lessly Euppose or expect they will Sardines, if preserved in good oil, and if of gcod quality, will be an exception ; so long as the oil is good, the fish can be bept in the tine. The books we are most intimate with are apt to grow more or lees defaced by frequent handling. To restore their attrrctiveness by concealing the original covers is a pretty home art...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REST AND SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

REST AND SLEEP. To getabsolite rcat for mind and body at night is the necessary thing for .the prerer vatfonof healtb. The bright eye and clear skinhwhiohl characteriie youth can only be retained in that way. It is a fact that few people know what it is to rest.. Many peoplebelieve that they do rest well, and frequently we hear people remacr that nothing in the world disturbs them after they have gotten into bed. Yet these same people get up drowsy in the morning ; many of them are noticeably languid all the time; some of them are irritable and nervous, and all of them now and then complain of being so lazy or tired that they are incapable cf displaying any energy whatever. Nos the direct cause of'thess things is a want of rest, and-of :this they are robbed by a host of readily cured ailments and petty distur bancEe. .No one can get refreshing sleep in a room that is not properly ventilated. Tho window i.asummer should be lowered from the top and raised from the bottom. In winter, i...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DORA'S LETTER TO HER DEAD MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

DORA' SLETTER TO HER DEAD MOTHER . To "acity post- fic& Y, Yirhe general deposit of letters gathered "t nooni, Was a muchlthiiinbed' and 'tear stIined postal card. : The writing upon it was a child's hand, treiilbliiig anrid i certain: rThe address :.va.:: " My dear ioisro? in lie?ei .TlThe leiter was as follows:- home. lear mamnia-- a so lonesome silns you went tolheven, i want to go to you; the time semnis'so long, you said i could come to you, Irs Clarke '.is, kind .to use, but sh.i is .not like you. "You she this to God: and send for me sure. my irm hurts me so, and you said i would be .-ell ;n huvcen. i sendmi you a kiss; from me, little DonA. Cold indeed (says the writer who records this incident) must be the heart that does not moisten't',e eye that looks upoli that touching and pathetic letter, with" its baby l6vce iand unquenstioning faithl andl illustration of the love between clhild that passeth understandindi . The whole world. of pathos is in the child's cry :c-...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

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

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE POET'S CORNER. [Original contributions under this heading are invite.) MEETING AND PARTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

THE POET'S CORNER. t [,Originmi ` contriibutions uniider: this hIeading are invited.] MEETING \iD PART'lING Partin and meetilin !hows1( and hod o. sweet! How eager we are all our dear friends to meet. Yet the pleasure of meeting scarce pays for the pain We feel when we' part from our loved ones ar ain.. aeeting. and parting i thus all our lives through The meeting we long for, the parting we rue; : But hope soothes our sorro.v, and heals all our pain; iAnd bids us look forward to unieting again. We have parted with some with the tear in oureye, And our voices were sad ,when iw bade them good-bye, For we knew, and the lknowledge 'gave : sorrow and pain, .. IlThat never on earth would we nieet them again ! Thei partiig whiich saddens and diiii all our cheer MIakes the joy of re-union muihibrigbhter F appear; Let us then take the pleasure, ,ilr.tiink of the pain, 'Aid rejoice in the prospect of meeting. ? again. .. ..

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUAINT PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

QUAINT PARS. S' oil thil;k," lic asked : siti: tatiig .accents, "that you could, lean ito ove :uie>?" "' Yes,"' sihe relied .coyly ' coild lc rn' but.I'm alfraid youi'l li?ave ' go0(ddeal of troble ti. ichiig .iether." ýrgniuii ;niai-« I ! wIs to. ge t this, iigagementt ring " enlarged." -Jei,-eller --t"Enlarged ?:.iWhy3 :.you :told' ind a while ago it v?is i perfect.fit."' Youilg man--i' Ohlles,.ye;lthat.wasall right; for Droppee i"Througlii ?: ac -Bron ( isibly> euinmrassed; "' Bg pairdon M rs.S: tarveha?i; ?buti :ostimy pillow last: niight.".TheTiaribu dli'dy Well?'i Biown? i f youit don t object I .should like togo out to the heihouse. and get 'uother feathiei!rU d A . ilBoy's ,i r;P reference --'Now !childrenli s'iid: thego ood man' "I havi told yo0 itere thlie good bo?'' g? id twhere: the ,\ad boysl go.;? ,'ghi wouldi you chioose.? '" Pleasei sir.:' I'd rarther go - to :the circus," an'swerd the litlth fellow ini the back seati . an it be only six o clock, 'said fohli op...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELECTION OF A REPRESENTATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

ELECTION OF A REPRESENTATIVE . At the meeting of the -Coburg' P council on Monday evening. the elc?? tion of a representative on the Metro politan, Board of Works took place, Cr. Voice being unanimously chosen. Cr. Vincentvwho ?was also nominated.: withdiev.-fromii the contest, and 'stated that hel:desired:to "give a_ ftew ords; in e=p;lasnation. 7He??-!e had ;simply al: °,7 loveddhimself .toibe'nominated forthe positioin`as t'a protest 'against the-fact:,? that lthae 4hole ?matter :was cut and dried long before'either himself or Cr.:' .Fischer hadgot into thl council. Cr.!, V:.ic' bdcanvassed the- vole -of'oevr man, vwit tet e'tception of 'r Z 1iciers. and himself, anid' as representatives ''. of a considerable pbortion of the shire they considered themselves unfairly treated; and should have been allowedt an oppotrtnity of expressing an opinion upon so important a subject. The president said that if-the ex pression " cut and dried" meant that", they had held a meeting amongst thte...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Laughing Plant. Extraordinary Desert Cereal Now Under Cultivation. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

: A aughing Plant. I Eitraordinaty_ Desert Cereal. Now Under Cultivation.':" 11ile the Sta-ley epedilion was crossing a portion 'of the southern' extremity of the SahararDesert, they were made acquainted with the peculii'r properties of a' plant know-n:only, to that region, calledi by the Arabs. cuill oin, or the lalushing, plant. 1'rof2 SalJii, ittachied to the xpeditiobn was fortunae enough to, procure several tine specimens of this pecuiiar plaint, which hie is at liresent cultivating with a view to ptaSc. ,tieal experiments. ? .Tlhi!production of laughier'hy artificial .ineans,,it is ,thougoht, can be reduiced to a sciense now tihat the disecvery' of a plant, Sthe!properties of whichi or a direct incentive to' lauglhter, has been inade. Any amocnt of encbinnation can be produced by simply iiil creasing or diminishing the laugh-prodlcing ilods e. : ;There :.wasla time when tlie sozhnolent' ;t 'IctS prodoced by tlhe poppy we re not ecnerally hiniwn butt I th'sopnrtic prt'perttes o...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Variety in Serving. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

Variety in Serving.. Much is said regarding the bill of fare to )e found on the table of farmere. I:. is ;harged that it is too monotonous, that too nuch meat and not enough vegetables- and :ruit are used. This is probably, true to some extent, yet an excuse may be found in the fact that the farmer has not that wide range from which to choose as is cffered in the city market. Iie has vegetables, it is true, if he has a garden, but he can have each vegetable only in its season. During the winter, however, there is not this variety procurable and unless a supply of canned vegetables has been secured, the choice must necessarily be somewhat re stricted. Yet there are one or two directions in which an improvement might be made. The city resident, esteeming a fresh egg as a great luxury, goes to the country, expecting they will form a large portion of-his diet. To his surprise, it is seldom they appear on the table. They may be freely used in cooking, but he will find that "eggs are so c...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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An Ancient Musical Organ. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

An Anticnli(i sican Oran: s-s l;BS Fre'doric1k ftearena" 2 At Kioto a young Japanese introdticed himself, sayinig that he had ui'iderstood I was Snp admirer of Japanese lacquer,'and desired i to shotw me 'ftine iiede of it of anicient work S.ansohip: It proved to be a fine.specizienof Sthe "sho," some 000 yeals old.. Its history, authehnticacd by docuinents, shows that' it was made by Bodaisan Teishun in the twcifth century for a prince of Kaga, The artistmade two of them, the other one be ccming the property of the imperial family. The instrument shown me came finally into the halds of a buddhist priest, belonging to the tenple of Chi On-In in Kioto, who, now retired, seeksto dispose of it. The Japanese claim the sho to have been inveistcd in Japan many centuries ago. A SHo-ho bird, a:mythical ereature, a sort of lihge bird of paradise, one day flew down from hbeaven into the imperial palace, and sung sweetly; a genius, hearing this, sought to imitate it by making a musical instrum...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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The Coburg Leader. "I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak, impugn it whose list." FEBRUARY 18TH. 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

a " I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and there- 0 fore the truth I speak, impugn it whoso list." S FEBRUARY iSTH. 891g. NEWS AND NOTES. " Why do you go there 1" was an exclama tion overheard between two Coburg ladies r the other night. " Because I find that for quality and prices 3FCrory's groceries are really the cheapest in the end I have tried other supposed cheap grocers, but I have come to the conclusion that 'quality is the true t-st of cheapness.', lowever, if you 5 doubt my word, give him a trial and see for yourself; his establishment is at .Sydney roal, Coburg.";'--ADVT. The case Ah Sin v. Constable Daly, in which the plaintiff, claims .~49 i damages for 'false inmprisoninent, ill probably be heard in the: County court to-day. ] The open-air conhert givei by ,the Coburg Brass Band last Saturday evening, on. the vacant piece of land opposite' ",.The'New : Lead;d ? attracted a very, great amount of, attention,- an.d. the vario?s selecti...

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