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P.A.F.S. LADIES' LODGE. COBURG [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

The f)ortnightly ineetingl was held on April 20th, in Dispensary Hall, with a snlendid attendance of mem hers. Fire candid-les were initiated and one propositin rtceived. After the bnsines n a Bbs Tourna ment was held, Sister Bailey's ,...'W.) team ver st. Sister Thornton's ( _secretrll-) which resulted in n win for the form er. T'lie highest. scorers were Sisters :. Longhottom and E. Conran. 'l'h' secretary was warmly welolltd by the members, after her trip to the sesidme.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

THE HARRIERS. Coburg Harriors and Brunswick Harriers run at Maribyrnong Bridge. Take electric tram 2.45 p.m. Coburg Harriers are reminded that the Carlton ground is open for train ing purposes from 7.30 till 9.30. It is only by hard training that you will have success in the forthcoming races.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. PAUL'S "MAY FAIR." [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

ST. PAUL'S "MAY FAIR." His Worship the Lord MIayor of M3el bourne will on Monday next, the 11th inst., at 8 p.m.. attend at the Town Hall. Bell street. Coburg. and open the bazaar in aid of the School Tm provement. Funds. It 's :nti,:pato,1 that most of the leading Brunswick and Coburg residents will attend, and the affair promises to be a great. suc cess. The Rev. Father Hayes, the secretary (MIr. A. Donohue), and the ladies and gentlemen assisting, are leaving nothing undone to achieve this object. and we hope their efforts will be rewarded by a bumper attendance.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Attempted Suicide. PENTRIDGE WARDER'S ILLHEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

Attempted Suicide. PENTRIDGE WARDER'S ILL HEALTLH. The painful news has reached us that John lTunter (-(6), senior warder at Pentridge, residing at 10 Mayfield street. C'oburg, attempted suicide ear ly in the week by shooting himself in the head. "At about 11.20 a.m. he went into the hbathroom for the ex pressed intention of having a shower. Shortly after his wife noticed that the window had been closed. As he gener ally left it. open at the top she thought it peculiar, and went to the door and knocked. She received no reply, and she called to her stepson. Hunter's son by a former marriage. The latter en tered the bathroom, and found his fa ther lying in a- naked condition on the side of the bath with a bullet wound in his head. A revolver was lying on the floor. Dr, Dyring was inminediate ly sunmmoned. and ordered the retuor -al of the injured man to Melbourne .Hospital. At the hospital it was found that the bullet had entered behind the right ear and lodged in the back of the skul...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Early History of Coburg [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

Early History of Coburg BY B. COOKE. M*oore's road running east from Syd ney road to creek was named after the Hon. D. Moore, who built a man sion on the northern boundary of his estate, containing some 40 acres, of the Elizabethian period style of archi tecture, which is still standing, but only the shadow of its former gran deur. ' The greatest portion of the grounds contained in the park that surrounded the house, which with its extensive orchard and flower garden running to the creek, its long avenue of trees formi?,?r the carriage drive and entrance from Moore's road.; was in deed one of the most. picturesqute and beautiful grounds of any of the gentle men's homues in the suburbs of Mel bourne. The greatest portion of the grounds have been subdivided, first by the extension of Holme's -road through the centre, then by a subdlivision known as as the Gleugyle Estate, and more recently by a street running east to the creek, off -lolune's road. also the sale of Moo<re's ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Successful Trial of a Local Invention. A HYDE FLAYING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

Successful Trial of a Local Invention. A HYDE FLATYING MACHINE. "he State (Gov rior' (Sir i:. Axitih ,Stanl ey), ,the- Premier (Mr,.. a.niitt:ad"i other notaibilities andia'trad'? ipresein tatirces visited thei municipail aibittiro at Richmiiond recently to iwii ness ;th trial -of a: hyde flay?igi machine fo winch MIr." Hary- 'os Asilton;: Slhaftesbury v stireet Cobg li? :iee .advertised :liis applicationii fo7: ptp:ietno for. saime in:oticl Adve:itisi ign cohuins He and Mr. Chas... )llder :re th inveitors . plate, ctai ing fouhiade revolves: it, a speed of :fini:df 0000 . 30 r.i-evohitions :.ia minut6e tiid the mnlchne (operated. similaai stoh::a ti: -lii'i:? ing lcinc e is d aren by i elctuirg motor; i. proiactiCi,.l debnosSi ?.ation eras- watehed ft ith keei interest nld brough t forthI prhi ai ftein-i.thte i Minister of P. ublic "'Woriks; (Mr igelthiam MLI: :) and the; Go eror(oGii(:Airtr?i Stanley).,, hoti of f:;lioinr conigr?a tild M:fr Ahtoi 'nifi hopClieotild i the benefit o...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPWRECKED MAZDA LAMPS AND THE SEQUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

SHIPWRECKED MAZDA LAMPS AND THE SEQUEL. The '"Electrical Times." reported, when the '"Oceana'" foundered some time back, that a number of cases of Mazda: lamps, consigned to Bombay Town -Hall went.to the bottom. The report concluded by saying that, "dredging operations: are proceeding, and we have not the ilightest. doubt, that-in the event of onie of the bioxes:; coming up, .its contentsiwouldbe found ini. tact." The sequel.to thi?s :(vide: the "Elec:. trical Times" six: months: Iatier) is=in-i. teresting: In a :paragraph .headed"A; prophecy justified,;' they state; that of 100 Mazda lamps recovered, only 4i per cent;. ,were in any way damaged-the i maining 95:.-per cent. being in perfect ?condition:.:: This is yet another proof that Mazdasare: mechanically. strong;( and w.ill withstand rough usage.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Passing of Joseph Fels. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

The Passing Of Joseph Fels - - 4-------- "' I3cneath th ins he se ks the liw; lhe would knowih ol: " the. globe is forged, and -the r?-?ere hung, and trance to Ide:ei? e ie springs of life.),.An1ho a develops his notik:iir:lh'i ui:,'c:S irises the de-i bask: tmns l?es~i iI·?:s; . 'iii?:{iisii <,i-nh . ri, desr.)ilf? Chat hevn"e'iasomehow aid m ustrov isot::rn.di, ow and slihiamel.e' u atadrbs the ami an 'renounce:;ir hvpaeof owi welt i ti r?tf pleist ta t isk; theniel es in thi att iiinshin of the bIrief. a e f he he neveri saw m ~r"'a~e''fi )ihi :Lia i it: army ?imt: foru - cat ,: iiii'ice t'mi cuinl -c '4ine lon -..ftrl, . lid He tisi''h-avnewere it is cold, i?nd tet e ssli ohet from men and h tn r~hi n the alik i. -i te sra ii. o ?ie Cuts the 'trutha ?'progressive h, h;itoit- .r- ad - 'spleive'u?re outsnd'.oiner thob''it- 1,? the i m go " he ., oul aid n. 'th-poes~ h "3 ' he'..-du C at'es,:i'r -ago"ta , -olespond'., Peai wroe-ti? or Te'phile. aUe tilci, ,, iAa ftlly nc...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INFLUENCE OF FATNESS OF COW AT CALVING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

INFLUENCE OF FATNESS OF COW AT CALVING. An examiiiation of the records of official tests with Holstein-Friesian cows by one of the American experi inental stations showed that the fat content of the milk for a short time at the beginning of a lactation pe riod may have little relation to the real average fat content of the milk proiuced by any particular animal. Investigations with cows of various breeds and in different conditions were carried out, and it is concluded that, providing the cow is underfed after calving, the percent're of fat in the milk for the first 20 or 30 days of the lactation period is in fluenced to a considerable extent by the fatness of the cow at calving. In some cases this influence appeared to extend to a certain degree for at Least three months. The tiller of the soil is the most necessary man in the world. He eeds and clothes the world, and with )ut him the world would go naked Ind starve. Apparently he is the only erscn in the world th it does no' ;now ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FARM. VALUE OF SILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

THE FAR S. VALUE OF SILAGE. The advantages of silage feeding (writes an oversea paper) might be summed up as follows: Silage keeps young stock thrifty and growing all winter. It enables the cow to pro duce milk and butter-fat more econo mically. It increases the proportion of milk and butter-fat. Silage is more easily handled than dry fodd:r. The silo maves use of the cornst-l:s which would otherwice not be eaten and preserves them in a palatable form. More stock can be kept on a given number of acres. It is the most economical method of supplying feed for the stock during the hot, dry periods of sutmmir when the pastures are short. The field is in good con dition for autumn cultivation after the corn has been remo-ved. Silnge does not deteriorate in palatability as does corn stored later in the snrin-,. Less loss results in unfavour able seasons where the crop does not mature completely, as the corn ma'y be used for silage to good advattage even if it is not thoroughly matured.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ORCHARD. NOMENCLATURE OF FRUIT. PARTICULARLY THE APPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

THE ORCHARD. NOMENCLATURE OF FRUIT. PARTICULARLY THE APPLE. "What's in a name ?" To the or dinary individual it may be a matter of very little consequence what an apple is called by, and provided it is sound andbfit to eat, one name may be as good pis another; but to the nurseryman, grower and dealer it often becomes a matter of great im portance. At present we find that many of what we may term the standard va rieties of apples are known under different names in the various. States and even in different districts often have local names. This leads to con fusion, and often to serious misun derstanding. For instance, the Scarlet Nonpariel is 1known as the Winter Pearmain, Scarlet Pearmain, and sometimes as Cox's Orange Pippin; also the Gol den Reinette is cplled Adam's Pear mnin, Summer Pearmain, King Pip pin, etc, and many other varieties are known by various names. This is very unsatisfactory, and in the case of ordering nursery, stock or making contracts for certain varie ties of ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AWFUL PAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

A gentleman who had nmarried his cook was giling a dinner party, and between the courses the good lady sat with her hands spread on the tablecloth. Suddenly the burr of 'conversa tion ceased, and in the silence that followed a young man on the right of his hostess said pleasantly. "'Awful pause ?"' *'Yes, they may be," .said the ci devant cook, with heightened co lour, and yours would be like them if you had done half my work," ' A cominmecial man was rash enough to make a telephone call when exceedingly short of time, and fountI when he spoke he had been put on to the wrong number. The number he wanted was the simplest possible-one. To shortness of time he there upon added shortness of temper. arnd somewhat angrily complained I to the operator of her mistake. "What I want," he finished by declaring with savage distinctness, "is ' one' on the trunk." And the operator retorted quiietly: "Yes, you do, and I'd like tr gie it to $'t@."* -

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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One of the 'Weaker Sex.' [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

One of the 'Weaker Sex.' Under the new tejlblwican regime? the position of the Chinese wonuma has been notabily improved, ntomti nally at: least h but it is highly improbable that any of te hetl vanced" ladies of modern China will ever wield half the influence pos sessed by the old "I'mpress- Mother" Tseu-Hl-si. the real ruler of the Celes tial Empire for many yea rs. 1er life was one long. though un edifying, melodrama. F'he daughter of a umandarin, born on November 1-7, 18-1, she had a sister who was wedded to Prince Chouen. This Imperial connect i un, fired Tseu . lsi's a; mbition : she nam ged to at tract the Etuniperor's attention. anr, became one of his ntumterous wises. The birth of her son. Tsai-Chourn (the Quintessence of Purity) fulfilled her fondest hopes, and henceforth her baleful career really began. In 1860t Tseu-Hlsi poisoned the Emperor, and declared herself "Em press-Mother" and virtual monarch of China. IHer first delicate atten tion to her deceased husband's rela...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Return of the Rubber Boom. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

Return of the Rubber Boom. - ------- (By A. STAINS MANDERIS.) It is really a wonderful substance, is rubber. Consider what it, is in the beginning--just milk flowing from the trees that have been slash ed by the native workers. Yet from this liquid we get a substace of enormous strength, durability, and elasticity. I l]ways liken rubbei,r to cheese. It is milk to begin with; it is made to curdle like milk-by throwing salt into it- and, like cheese, you get it in all shapes, sizes., colours, and qualities. If we don't actually eat rublser, it is doubtful if we could now live without it. "It is extraordinary: w hen one comes to think of the enormous number of uses to which rubber is put. We find it not only in our own homes at every turn, but we find it on our way from our homiies to our business; we see rubber at every stage, and when we get to our business we find it in our otlices. Certainly we cannot live without rubber, and I am not sure that we are able to rdie without the as si...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART II. CHAPTER XXIX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

(All Rights Reserved.) THE ------ Secret sland. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. - -----+------ By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "Matthew Quin," "The Curse of the Cardews," etc., etc. PART 11. CHAP~TER XXIX.-(Continued.) To that terrible night on the cliff, and the unexplained circumstances conngcted with it, Dick gave but lit tie thought. He had forgotten the frantic words Lucille uttered when she appeared on the scene, and he was reluctant .to question her con cerning the trick that had so nearly cost him his life. He believed that he had judged her wrongly, and he wanted to believe this. He was deep ly grateful for her unremitting care and tenderness. When Lucille was ab sent he missed her and grew restless; when she was with him he was con tent to lie and watch her. And mean while a strange influence was work inig in his heart-a change that he but vaguely realised as yet, anM that he was powerless to resist. Occasionally he had other visitors than the doctor. Captain ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Revolt of Prisoners. OUTBREAK AT CAIRO. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

Revolt of Prisoners. OUTBREAK AT CAIRO. The revolt of convicts at the StKt4 Penetentiary at Mucalister, U.S.A.,: was a. somewhat small affair. coIm pared with t hte -recent uprising of 'Egyptian .prisoners at Cairo,. The plot.: for the outbreak had been skil-. fiully 'made and kept a profound se cret; being known\ onlyt?to those pri soners ' who I.,:1ere to take' part-. It was totally .unexpected by the autho rities, and found them quite unpre pared . About 7 o'clock one morning, just after breakfast, the prisoncre. were taken into the big yard for their usual exercise. There were only one or two guards o.n duty, "and they were armed only with whips With which to lastih any prisoner. "who might prove refractory. Suddenly a peculiar set of ..sig nals were made, and before the guards had recognised their signifi conce the whole mob were upon the:n, ihey were unable to cope with the onrush. but managed to at tract the attention of the armed gua rdzs. The soliers on ityv quickly reach e...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
World's Biggest Land Deal. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

........ u-- ---LI World's Biggest Land Deal. The stupendous land sale about which everyoner is talking, and which has resulted in the transference of nineteen of London's richest areas from the Duke of Bedford to Mr. Mallaliy-1 eeley, M.P., for the liar row Di' ision of Middlesex. The property. which is known as the Covent ;arden Elstate, is situated in nuo fewer than twenty-six streets, amntiing thern being Southamnipton Street. in which the olilces and build ings of ;eiorge New:es, Ltd., are situated. No neilghbourhuod is richer in his torical associations, while the land and Iroperty is of such fabulous value that the price paid iv Mr. Mlal?thv-eeley for the estate must havo cxco-dlct d 1.w an enormO?nis sun that .iwven for an:." ,,ti.r single pro pcrt.. The price re.lised i, the sale is just under £ , 3,1 0.,i .u0,, which waforts cit at the rate of £1i,5,000 per acre. }11o' of the I,:nost interest ie; facts regardling thiii' gigantic sale wvas that the nre.t i?t o!? la'-sted on...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Quaint Picture Postcards. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

Quaint Picture Postcards. There is no doubt that for the decline in popularity of the picture postcard the eccentric and often vul gar card is responsible to a very great extent.. The market has, of course, been "over-produced," but f the artistic landscape or portrait is not likely to fall front favour al together. As in some other de partinents of commerce, many origi nal ideas in the production of pic tore posto?rds came from the Con tinent. A I"rencht firm were respon sille for the introduction of a card i lhearinn a spirited picture of a cat fashioned out of the relllains of an ,Id silk hat, dliiporting on a roof draue i in the nccw art. style; also for a portrait of Sarah Bernhardt, I the cos'.ture I, ing mliade up of piece s " cloth. A'tother card, produced in I.:n!glandi. was cr tainly a good I tot-tins for the e.itucat i i, of t.] ~l of - It ,r rnera ionii, as i-ell its ttf a Sleasallt Pa''I in ie, b ig ,0, \?ith Shiited( olutlilt'es ,f x tt-i?nus i .wrs - adl;- f,,r 'oalur...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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ESSENDON DIST. CYCLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

ESSENDON DIST. CYCLING CLUB. The above club will hold a 33 mile race next Saturday, starting and fin ishing from thb Lincolnshire Arms Ho tel, Essendon. The race is to start at 2 p.m. Coburg will he represented by C. Jones. C. Southern.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Music Martyr. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

A Music Martyr. -------+------ HIe was a pianist, scarcely out of his teens. He had been sent abroad by-wealthy friends for a four years' course in his chosen art ; had thereafter spent a year on the concert stage, anid behind a van guard of newspaper reports of his success abroad, he was noW com ing home. When his train drew into the sta tion and caine to a stop, the pianist, evincing the artistic tem perament in his hair as well as in his manner. descended to the plat form. At the same time the crowd of enthusiastic townslkeople "drew aside to allow his proud but mod est metLher to be the first to wel coime her son. - - When she reached' him, however, she suddenly gave a gasp and stood stock-still, staring at him. Thej next Imoment she burst into sobs and fell on his ne<ck. "Ilenr , my poor Ienry '" the good woman cried. "They told me you were doing so well over there ani inakin' money plentiful. My poor. poor boy " "''What's the matter, mother ?" ex claimed the bewilde...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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