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FIRE AT BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

FIRE AT BRUNSWICK. Shortly after 11 o'clock on Saturday morning a fire broke out on the premises of Mrs. F. lonulton, situate midway between Blyth and Victoria streets, Brunswick. The East Brunswick brigade was promptiy on the scene, followed by the Brunswick, and it was then found that the flames had taken firm possession of an old house, fallen into disuse since a new and more com tortable residence had been erected. TIe::firc' burnt fiercel -indl'had it not ireen for :the fact 'thait the brigades worked hatrd re?y Csrio?i dai;mnge miight hlavenbeen done to adjoining property. . Tti: f oiginated whilst Mrs. flonitonwr.vis ;making::jam :'in an cld ki tchen; th'cchiiinney catching: fire and igiting:? the;' surrounding woodwork. A jiquaiitity of furniture stored whilst the neiw.- residenice ,as beingg papered; &c. :':'was destroyed, and' the damage occasioned is3`. far aibove the amount nsred.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
When Love is at its Best. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

When Love is at its Best. As tired children go at candle ligbt, The glow in their young eyes quenched with sun, Almost too languid now that play is (lone To seek their father's knee and say " Good night;" I S to our great Fatier out of sight, I When thi brief gainut of the day is run, Defeats endured, nnd petty triumphs won, IWe kneel and listlces;y His care invite. Then with no sense of gain, no tender thrill, As when we leave the presence of a friend, No lingering content unr souls to steep, lut reckonineg our gains and losses still, SVe turn the leaf upcn the dull day's end, And, oarless, drift out to the sea of sleep, Not such is prayer when love is at its best, And if our lagging soul do not outso6a' The words we utter, though our chamber floor' ' . " . :"' Be hallowed by our knees,.'twere viainly pressed, . . Nay, be ench-pra3 cr'with our sol's seal im pressed, . And let us send" no couier to Heaven' door . To speak our thanks, and further still im plore,'"' lather n sort frin...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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The Seal. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

The Sual-Ti seal lives on fish, a diet tl:a no onis will questin who has ever pir taken of the aniainil. The walrus liCesR aInst altt,',ether on clams, which he digs from the shallo.:- Arctic chanunels a':d seas which are s , well known as his home. Fur this purpose his vill:ainous looking tusks are espIcially ad. apted. Some p' rsons believe that, after each clans is du,_, the walrus comes to the surface to t blow." This is inferre I from the fact that, when the young ice is forming, and is yet so thin t hat the walrus disregards it, and sticks his head right through to breathe or "blow." a single clamshell is found tdeposited on the ice near each hole. The meat is well impregnated with the odor of the clam, but not in that strong disagreeables way that the seal meat is permeat:ed with a lisly flavor. No lover of fish can succeed ih overceomig this odor in the seal; but a iover of a c!lamt diet can, I think, leaving. out the terrible toughness of the meat, soon get accustomed to a ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Sandwiches. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

Sandwiches. Jam sandwiches are the prettiest thing, and newest things for afternoon tea. Peach jam, strawberry, aprict and p1lun make the best sandwiches. Of course tie bread t ust be eut thin and well buttered before the jam is spr.iad between tlthe slices, if only on the ground of coinomy, as the same pieces of bread do for both. Large strawberries cut in slices a quarter of an inch thick, strewn with sifted sugar, and put between thin slices of Frenchi roll spread with fresh butter, or better still, with heavy cream, make exquisite sandwiches, and so do pine apples or baananas treated in the same fashion. Cream cheese sandwiches, sugared, not salted, are delicious served with straw berries. For savory sandwiches, lettuce, cucumbers and tomato are much nicer at this time of the year than the anchovies and caviare, and smoked sardines that make such pleasant and dainty additions to the after noon tea-table in winter. Have you tried a very simple sandwich made of nasturtium leaf, sp...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Uses for Coffee. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

Uses for Coffec. It is asserted by men of high professional ability that when the system needs Etimu. lant nothing equals a cup of fresh csffle. Those who desire to rescue the drunkerd from his cups swill find no better substitute for spirits than strong, new made ecrlee, without milk or urgar. Two ounces of coffee or one-eightb of a pound, to one pint of boiling water makes a first-c:lss beverage, but the water must be boiling, not merely hot. Bitterness comes from boiling too long. If the coffee required for breakfast be put in a granitized kettle over night and a pint of cold water poured over, it can be heated to just the boiling point end then set back to prevent further ebullition, when it will be found that, while the etrength is ex tracted, its delicate aroma is preserved. As our country consumes nearly ten pounds of coffee per capita it is a pity not to have it made in the best manner. It is asserted by those who have tried it that malaria and epi demics are avoided by thos...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

,_ .. Ure and There. From various sources we gathered a few hints on housekeeping and home life, which we think will be helpful to our readers. To no one will they all be new or appropriate, but we hope each will find something suited to her needs. A correspondent writes: When lemons are cheap and plentiful I frequently bottle some lemon syrup, which, mixed with cold water, makes a most refreshing summer drink and is also nice for i svoring jellies, creams, water-iees, ete. Select perfect lemons, cut in two and squeeze the juice; to a pint of this juice, take the well-bested waite of one egg, one pint of water and three pounds of Eugar; put in a preserving kettie the latter ingredients, stir until the sugar is dissolved; let boil and skim well. Strain the lemon juice into this boiling eyrup, boil fifteen minutes, let cool, bottle and sea!. Orange syrup may be made in a like way, with a little less sugar. Here is a little item which I suppored every housekeeper knew until the other d...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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DISPUTE ABOUT A DOG. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

DISPUTE ABOUT. A -'DOG T?tIlle County court on 'iuesday morning,' before Judge Hamiltorii jndg °ment was, given inthe ?ea~ of Ernest Eligenei Holst, of Abbotsford, versus ?ei-nry William Sistenpart;, lanh?drymin, of North ,Bruni hick. 'The plaintiff der?anded the delivery of a blaclk New fnutidland dog, of the vanlue of ?5, and alslo .10 special damages for thededten-d ti?i ;f thie same. The defendant put in a coiuiter claim for £49, as damages' for the plaintiff illegally causing the defen-. dant tobe 'arrested and imprisoned on the wrongful charge of stealing the dog. Hii: Honor gave judgment for ithe ldefendant for- the "full. nmount..of his claim, and, expressed the opinon ..that if there had been no malice the defendirin -would not have been wrongfuillygiveis iiito custody by the plaintiff. The biil,' reason hlie did not give the defendant` more damages was because he had !not asked for them. Jndgment for the!de fendant for -£49 and costs.. }

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SPORTS' DEPOT TROPHY. COBURG 2nd v. ABBOTSFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

SPOWtI'S' 'DEIOT TROPHY. COBIURG 2nd v. ABBOTSFORD1 . "These two tnnas were diawn against each other for the 4th round of the aIbove trophy. The second's skipper, G. Pierce, won the toss and decided to send. his tean into bhat on a specially prepared wicket. They managed to put up 190 runs, to whicl. liayliss added 58 by a capital display; Selway, 28; Jeikson; 25 ; Mel)onahl, 20, and \Variick, 15. The visitors then went in to bat, and succeeded in making 25(. BIrow?i completely mastered the bowlinig iuntil he reached 121, when hie played one on from Gleeson and retired, re ceiving an ovation ais he walked towards the pavilion. Barnett a!so hatted nicely for 46. Giller, :i1, not out, and Andrews, 18, batted very well. Coburg went in again and have lost 5 wickets for t6 runs. Thie prirciple scorers are Walli Jackson, dl1, add W. Bayliss, not out, 20. lThe following are the full scores: OBllURG 2nd. iirst innings. Warrick, b Spry ... 1. .Jackson, b Antlrws ... 5 Dunstone, hI Anidrews ....

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THE ACE OF HEARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

<.THE' AGE OF HEARTS;;.?' d'Rissians are demons,' said Boris Mirt kow to me the other day; 'half-civilised, -half-human,=their-.brains .::ara.cnstructed t differently,from the rest: of the world;:and, theyihav?ea paenionalo way of lookingat, yesa, t and of -treating men. and things,; tat( amanzeeven these who know them well.' r t . d tiiy esy thii of yiur own country andI countrymen ?' - , he repeated, ' I do.' And'et, if ever there was a Russiaifcom pletely no Rlsianised, a Muscovit' in whom yon. would find no trace of the Cossaeck a Cdossack in whom you would find no' trace of t~ie bear, it was this same big, blonde, tender' hearted Borie Mirskow, with a face likea woman's, and the courage of a. lion. , And how he had deceived us at first with that npp pearance of artless cff-minacy-for no one , in all St. Petersburg had been the' lero of so many and thrilling adventures ts thli oareless and light-hearted fellow 'You know the Prince de 1 ho eon= tinned, still bent on co...

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Novelist. The Rajah's Vengeance. A STORY OF INDIA. CHAPTER I. A STRANGE EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

The Rajah's Vengeanrce. A STORY OF1N'EIA* BY FREDERICK M. DEY. S ctl.rrEn I. "A STPRA;]G EXPF:n"(El E. IT sas just tell oclock on the ig't of Novem or 30, 187.- whein I arrived at the front door:of the old Cogswell mansion-a night when the most tardy and venturesome rroul only app ar out of oors on errands of the utmost necessity. The uind was blowing a gale, laden willthifinitesinal particles of razor-edged sleet, which often drew blood on my face as I toiled through the darkness against the fierce and violent tempest. Iwas more than glad when I closed the great oaken door behind me, and for the first time since I had been its inhabitant, the old Ccgswell man sion seemed cheerful: for before goisng out that evening I had built a'fire of huge los?in the mss. sive fireplace of the great hall, placing the screen carnfully before it for safety, and as I siut oat th roaring, hurtling, venomous wind .upon regaining the house, the welcome blaze seat a thrill of warmth through my half-froz...

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Humorous. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

HIulmuorous. Men who Hen-Hussy about the Kit chlen.-" My husband cost. me 'a good girl last week by one of his whims,'. said Mrs l;owser. "I happened to wonder aloud during the evening if. Bridget. bad put. her bread to rise, when he promptly in quired: "Mrs. Dowser, do you know :'hiy bread rises ?'' " Because of tlle yeast.". "But why does the yeast expand the dough ?" " Because it does." " Exactly. You also live because you do, and that's all you know about itl Yon ought to be ashaled ofryour ignorance i?t? natural phlilosophyb Ill' i c If the girl Ikiiowe any better."'.; .' - - . : e went'out .ind'inquired : . . ,:.: Bridget,. havc you liuts the bread to rise ? " . ". : . . .. . ' " " Yes, sir." . " Do you expect it to -ris?c "Of course." ' " Why don't youi expect it to fall I' "Are you running the- kitchen?" she sharply demanded.' .'I Virtually, yes. My object is to see how 'well 'you are' posted on natural phil osophy. Why does the bread rise instead of fall ?" '-" Because it's...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

"' THE COBURG LEADER." PUIILISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. AL BATES' BUILDINGS, SYDNEY ROAD, COIURG. PRICE-ONE PENNY. To be' obtained at THE LEADER Office, or of Mrs. Summers, News Agent. JOB 'PRINTING of Evory Description executed in the best style. CHARGEoSS MODERATE. ]ULL partLculars of Church Work, to gatheir with reports of proceediings of Friendly Societies, Football, Cricket and iall Athletic Clibs will be given in the columns ,,f "THlE LEADER," and it is hoped that leaders and Sddrdtaries will recognise our en mcnt.,,=,"'y ° fOrwarding.for -tns~rton ?nI special adlvertisements, and according us a chare of their patronage. Items of interest, alI any articles intended for insertion in our news columus, should be forwanled to the E litor not later than Monday evening, ,othsrwise their publication cannot be guaranteed. Our co,lumns are open to all intelligent rorrespondents without respect to creed or color, with the proviso that all correspon lsence must be brief, respectful and of som...

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AMONGST THE COUNCILS. COBURG.—MONDAY. Present : Crs. Kelly (president), Benson, Fischer, Jukes, M'Crory, Rolland, Vincent and Voice. APOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

AMONGST THE COUNCILS.: I co BURG.-MoxnoAY. Presenit: CiOrs. :Kii:lly " (president), C - ensorn, Fischer,' Jlkes, 'M 'Crory, Rollalid, Vinieit and Voice. co APOLOGY. Cr. Benson apologised for the non- sh attendance of Cr. Culley, who was still silffering from an affection of the eyes. of C.OiRRESPONDENCE.ý From the Chief Secretary, stating of that an election will'be held for the seat oil the Fire Board, and requesting the st counciln to! leave ? nly' the name of the eandidatb for ?'iom tltey'wish to vote oin tl the lballot paper forwarded.. '' Cr. Vincent moved-that the president d' be empowered' to leave only the name of Cr . W.Keele on the paper. : " Cr. Julkes seconded. c C ,r. : Benson moved .an amendmLent that Or.'Rigliy be voted for. ? S Tliis 'wasi not seconded, ;ind tI e hd motion was carried., From- Health ,Department, asking C that a report for the year 1890 'be for wriiled fromni'the' healtli officer and analyst. On° the motion of Cr? -Voice the re qurest 'was ordered to'...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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COBURG v. HAWKSBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

-.COBURG V. llaAWKS BURTN. SThis match, between the above clubs, was played at Albert Park on Saturday last; and iesulted in inn i for Cobnig on tlic first innings by 1 wicket and 90 riins 'to' spare. Hawksburn, 38,. and Cobnrg, 9 for 128. .Dunstone, 24 A. Stinlth, 2 ;R. Mailer, 17. (retired); Irwiin, , 12.;, Batemnan,. 10, Jand O'Shanassy, iot out, 10, battedbest for ;Coburg,, whilst Murray,(; .for; 25, and O'Slanassy,: : : for:, 12,': ishared : he bowling honors; :ý ;: ' BRUNSWICOCI(: V. *: INDEPEN? .... DENTS': : This match tdol place on the ground uf ioformer, and after a very" exciting ga Ic, "resuiitd in a wii' for Brunisivick by' S.runs. Thle .Brunswick scoredl 61. in thleir - firstinnigs;,.p umby , 3siand Leith 1, were thqprincipaI, scorers. Independdents , ii53 ;O'Louglilin,i 10;, MIiller, 13 and. ;,aslleigh, 13, batted. well. ihTlie bbwling otCOondron:for the 'Wicks was rinplayable; taking G wickets for '.'6. ;runs , aiid ·performing 'the' hat trick." lThl following hre th...

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THE MAP OF EUROPE. Changes It Has Undergone Within the Past Sixty Years. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

THE MAP OF EUROPE:' Changes' It' Has 'Undergtone Withiin' the Past Siljt'Years. The Growth of Russ?n;Italy and Prussia :-New Governments Created Since Februrary,1830-The Suppres sion of Unhappy Poland. Sirmore of a 'Europeniiwar on' a grand scale are so rife now, oan-:cconnt of the troubles in the BDalkn peninsula, that it may be interesting to 'rce.all tli mrany and stupendmls channers which have modified the; map, of Europe during the .ist si.xt.yaenr. The Frcnch rcrolution, coritin'ued - by N,'po leon I, overturned every nation anrd-modi fled every frentierlimit inEurope. Between 1815 and 1830 the, restoration of the eldest branch of the Bofurbons in France, and the Vienna and Verona congreises, irnd nearly re-established the:ancient order of'things in the European world: But in 1830. the re-, volution which crowned the Orleans cadet, Louis Phillippe, as King of Frince; arid .pro. claimed him tlhe representative of modern' liberalism as aeninst clerical renationism.na personified...

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IN THE NICK OF TIME; OR, What Took Place at the Pig and Thistle. A YORKSHIRE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

IN THE NICK OF TIME; on, TWhat Took Plaice at the rig tand Thistlc. A YORKSIIIRE STORY. A large, roomy, comfortable Yorkshire inn one of the sort we do not often come aeros, in these days of stuccoed buildings an. newly-imported inventions. The landlady belonging to it seemed part and parcel ol the very house itself ; her rosy, smiling face, her comfortable-looking figure make the most churlish of travellers feel in a good humor, both with himself and his surround tings, even before he partook cf the hospitality of this famous hostelry. The Pig and Thistle stands about a milt" away from one of the largest and busiest of Yorkshire towne. On market days it is crowded with customers, for the charges are moderate, while the attendance and arrange ments are such as are seldom met with, evcii in the best hotels. Mrs. Page, the landlady, was particularly busy one market day. The races were. the following week, and not only was tier housr more full than usual, but the bar had been thronged ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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The Inner Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

The Inner Man. " Whenthe American learns how to drink slowly as the German does," asserts the Annta (Ga.) Chronicle, "and eat slowly as 1nglishmeu andt Frenchmen do, he will be the mostciviliz d,aswell as the mostenterprising, of creatures." No doubt. Buat, as a people, it will tihki.s gces to -cquirc these habits. We are.too muchtlwedded to the good, old expeditious plah.ofl-saving our meals spreal I out in taot before our eyes. The hotel, with its varied ?ill'offari: ihas done a good deal to stimulate' the American appetite, but it takes its pleasure rather in variety than in quantity, is the opinion of the litiotm. An American drumme' surrounded by his break ftiorTdinner?it ''t! a-? od house," is an alarm. "ioll?s ll t~ ollho . ssi do not know that Ih , ntill probihl; not taste, nir do more than taste; lilfrtihe iliihsti'fel'iotlers.i '?Vhat he really seelks in his order is the pleasure of havingI his wiiiole p0i3sibie' meal 'i "i'. sight." sanlething.,v'ery' dcar, tolthe ,plain ...

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CRICKET CLUB CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

CRICKET CLUB CONCERT. W`hat proved really an excellent con cert was given in aid of the funds of tlie Cobi; sgCricketClub at the piublic hill, Boll-street, on Thursday Cievening. Th e building was- crowded .b a capital audience, who heartily applauded 'the variouis jerfomers; wlhilst.; ' totil ab sence of that noisy: element ::which fre-' quently do so much' to mar: the eniij mentofj. i inhiar enttertainmens was absent. - Following the customary rule proceed? ng commenciiedi with'a piianoforte solo. contributed in a iasterly manner by 1Mr. Hickey, and that ld favorite, Mr. 'W: 'Wilmnbt; was quite u'p to his usual .standard in '.Tie' Powdet l Moinkey." Mr.'yr. G. Siumois--of Gilhooley ballad fame--was a host':in"' himself, and his recital4 'f iFathier Plil" at once strnuck the audience as original and meritorious. In part irrestistibly comical,' and ag in at tiiiies deeply patlidici ticlhe story, of ?"Father Phil" was liistened to witlh the greatest attention, and :I r. ,Simons, in r...

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The History of Beer.— [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

The History of Beer.-Professor Selh. a-ackhofer delivered a lecture recently to the Vienna lHygienic Society on the suiji ct of beer. After giving some statistic; on the consumption of this beverage, the lecturer went on to describe its manufacture and adulteration. The birthplace of beer is E ypt. A papyrns has been discorered on which a father reproaches his son for o:ng.z ing- about in taverns and drinking too much beer. From the Egyptians the art of brew ing beer descended to the Ethiopians. Whilst the Rie:lans desplised beer, t!'^ Ger mans of the north of E;:ope fulv anpprcc atld its good qualities. HIowever. the refresb ingdlaught iceame more topularin tie lirs half of tt:e liddlo Aecs. Into the begining o.rl conveits obtainled the monopoly of bret ing beer, but later ott the privilege was exter.lded o lay corporations, In Austria the list hrcwery was established in Vienna in 1360. l'rofessor Schwlackholer thinks that beer fully desrersve the dtsinnatien of :liquid arcad," ns ...

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THE SWINGING BOAT ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

:,+'THE; ;SWINGING BOATM I : ACCIDENT. At the Brunswiclkcourt on WednesI d.ty two young men named ;,Daniel I Pennington and John Cole appeared on remand charged with having by wilful negligence, caused bodily harm toi aiad named Alfred Tospell.- Inspector Brown prosedcuted? and M'r. Lyonse appeared for thI defeince : Evidenf.ce watsi given by the victim of the a cident, :a :boy aged 131 , that on:the eenin; gof thie?2nd inst. he, in -ctam pny with a niitiber bof others raorted.to a v'cant peina of land -inetsr Sydney-roid,r wivere a :swinginge-boat i stand. and merry-go-round wen' Lerected: ýWhilst .stayi there' lie wa, strutk on the.. head with, a ,sing-boat, and. sues t?ined -injuries'- which , necessitated his removaL to the hospital, whehre he ilid: not recover consciousness until next. mornhing.- "Theie .as no protectin: rotnd the stand to keep the public backi and there munist have been a crowd of 100 presendt. Trh sequel of tie accident was given:* by a witness' naiied: Willi...

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