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Farm and Garden. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

Farm and Garden. Skilful cultivation should be the aim of every one who raises plants and crops. To make gardcning and farming profitable, it is neces aary to have something in return for every stroke that is made, and for every shilling invested. .Even when only a few house plants are cared for, we expect to see growth and bloom in repay for our care; if not, our interest in .them would soon be lost. We devote an acre of land to a certain crop; c if costs for the season the interest for a year on the investment made for it, beside the expense of preparation,manuring,cnltivating,. harvesting, marketing, etc. Our crop is but half what it might be, or what good cultiva. 1 tion has proved might be obtained. I, The time and expense of preparation, of I sowing and of cultivation, have been as much 1 as for a full crop, and the cost of harvesting and other expenses but little less; butba part of the land was too wet, and the planting could not be done early, as it should have been, and on...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE NEWS. BRUNSWICK.—WEDNESDAY. Before Mr. O'Mara, P.M. and Messrs. Fleming, George, Stranger, King, Straw, Methven, and Dr. Talbot, Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

POLICE NEWS. SRUNS\WICK.- =\VEDusŽeso5. I Bolore Mir.. 0Mara, P.a., and MIessir. ' lemiing; Geirge, Strnger, King, Stiraiw, Metlh ri,' and Dr. Talbot, :Janies. Clrches, was .clharged with! being idle and disorderly. Constable Wilcox stated thiat about half past two oniltheimornina of the Gth inst. prisoner was prowling about. Merri street: Early on the -morning of the. 7th witness saw hin 'sta?iding under a lamp ,in thei same. street in front of a right-of-way running at the rear of Dr. Hamnilton's residence. Tlhe stableiwin-. dowwas open, and as witness ape eared a.man scaled tie fence and cleared. lie believed defendanit = ns in connivance with tlisi unllnowin, but could not'trace their connection. : Churches stated that lihe usually (corked, but had been havidgyia spree for the past fortnight. .. A sentence of three months' imprison imefnt sas-impo'sed." ' :: `" 1Alber Davis, .:an hnelligenti lookina man;,was charged withl:being an idle and disorderly person: "Alfred Giasford's?n...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. CRICKET MEMS. BOYLE AND SCOTT'S CUP. BRUNSWICK v. MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 February 1891

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. CRICKET MEMS     BOYLE AND SCOTT'S CUP. BRUNSWICK V. MALVERN.   This match was continued last Satur day in the presence of a large number spectators. The Malvern, who had lost seven wickets for 215 runs, con- tinued their innings, and brought the score up to 232, the remaining three wickets only making 17 runs. The Brunswick, at the conclusion of the day's play, had lost 4 wickets for 100 runs. The match will be resumed next Saturday at Malvern. The scores are as follows: MALVERN.   First Innings ... ... 182 Second Innings. Bassett. lbw, b T. Buncle ... 10 Daly, b Sparkes ... ... 18 Horne. run out ..... 14         H. Williams, b Foster- .... 50   O. Williams, c T Buncle, b A Buncle .... 5 Wallace, Ibw, Hutchinson,... 17   Furneaux b Hutchinson .... 3 Evans, b Hutchinson ... 57 Beattie, c b T. Buncle ... 25 W. Williams run out .... 7 S...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HUMOUROUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 25 February 1891

HUMOUROUS. Consider the lilie-h-bw espensivaotliey are. 'Do editors make fun of the poemas iley receive ?' 'Oh, bless you, no-they make fires.' ' It seems to me I have seen your face before.' 'Quiteo likely. That is where I carry it.' Employer--' Well, Patrick, whith do you thi.k is the bigger fool, you or I?' Patrick -' Fitlh, I couldn't say, eor, but it's not mncill, surOi). Teacher-' Now lake the sentence, " Mary 0mle s0a:e eceoanut ckre." How do you iareo '" cocuanu: r akes ?" ' The whole school, in unison--' Wa never pass cocoa nout cke.' 2,r1. Brown : ' Johnio broke a pane of gloas, but no le tol:l ie it rt once, I gave him an apple.' Mrs. Cubwigger : ' That will tIacih hilt a oteat leseon,' Mrs. Brown: SI rnm aira.d not. As coon as he had eaten thv apple he went and broke another sin dow.' lirr:: ' Sec" bhs jilted nme, and I know I shall die. 'Ti: edie ippoiutnmeat will kill me.' Aunt HaIrs:n : 'I enos hlcw disappoint ment ?fi lts one, i.Crty. Dot ;ou will get over it, I felt...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NED'S ADVENTURE. A LOVE STORY FROM THE LAND OF CHILI. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 25 February 1891

NED'S ADVENTURE:' 'A LOVE STORY FROM THE*e XLAND OF CHILL S* -- .. b e~oe;ty'of Yalparsiara=o ?s one t;thirDt important n ipo n the Pascilio csast. Take them altogether the lieople of Chili show the I most enterprise,.and seem the beet adapted a for Itpublicxn government of any in S3uth 0 Americ3, yet thle common lieople are of a dark, revengeful nature, and few foreigners u 'lird:favour in their eyes. Butt with ldatrkl eyed:maidens'of Chili it is dlfferant,'ar.Ldlie a Yankee sailorm always like to run :into I" '',aliarairer' far a cruise o hi shorte, nhd a his py;:ttie they have generally. I i NeSd Wilson landed from thojbrigjiVper, , ~labch hald prung a topmast and ,atove in hrer rlartertin a stiorm on tho Sthli lacif it wis Ol tiv~? weelti ' j,5b':t rait;:cind;, aO?ed ,as aia an to be truted t, th, old niaGq, gIve him a free run on shore. Iced was not much b of aman todfink, and most ofhlitrnewitn l f 5pent/i lramanlirihabo't" on'ile b'autiful r *mouiilin,;alopcs; getting acl'iai...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 25 February 1891

Iaving an Extensive Circulation .throughout the Immediate and _Surrounding: Distriet;,ur omns: afford iUn equalled Advantages for Advertising, an supply Tradesmen. Manufacturers, and others with the best imeans of giving publicity t their various trades and callings.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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NEXT SATURDAY'S PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 25 February 1891

IN EXT SATURDAY PLAY.. . Coburg ndv. Malvern, at Malvern, ;ifdor Boyle and Scott's Cup. Coburg will be chosen from the following :-Mailer (2), O'Shanassy, Murray, Don, Irwin, Copplestone, Arthur Smith, Alf. Smith, Honeybone, Dunstone, Jackson, Warrick and Bayliss. Coburg second v. Richmond:Unioe, at Coburg, for Sports' Dep6t matting competition. The Coburg will: be ch'sen from the following: --Pierce, Bayliss, Jackson, Benson, Bateman, Gleeson, Tighe, Moloney, Selway, Dunstone, McDonala, Robinson (2), Warrick, and McInerney.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE NOTES. COBURG.—TUESDAY. Before Messrs. Vincent (chairman), and Voice, J's.P. WILFUL DAMAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 25 February 1891

POLICE NOTES. COBURG.-TuEsDAY. Before M essrs. Vincent, (chalirman), and Voice. J's.P. WILFUL e DAiAGE. A boy named: James Long came forward on a charge of Wilfully damag ing property in Hardwick-street. Edward Bakerga ve evidence regarding the nature of the damage done in one of the houses, and estimated that such amounted to £3. Edward fDunn,' a laborer, stated he saw the man making a great mess in the bathroomi of an un occupied house, ;but Long denied that he was guilty, of any such, conduct, and the Bench decided to dismiss the case. MNO. LIGiIT. , Edward Moran and Albert Myers were proceededi'iagainst by Constable Loughnan for having no light on their vehicles, and were mulcted in, penalties of 5s. with 2s. 6d. costs.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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COBURG V. MELBOURNE 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 25 February 1891

*COBURG V.' MELIJOURNE 2nd1. This match- was played'on Saturday last on the Wesley "College cricket ground. The 'iielboudrno, whio batted first, compiled- a score of 167 -befoir being dispsced: of;. Jennings,. 32; Figgis, 28 ; Grcen, 25; Rout, 15, and Lamb, 10, batting well. : Coburg thei' went in, and at call of time had lost two wickets for 79 run, of which Honey bone made 13; Copplestone, 25.; Irwin, not outj 27, and , Dunstone, not out, 3. O'Shanassy, 4 for 27; Copple stone; 2 for 26:;-' Murray; 2 for 60, and Mailer, 6 for 19, bowled Well for the Coburg, as did Figgisefor the 'seniors.,

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ELECTION OF A REPRESENTATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 25 February 1891

ELECTION OF A REPRESENTATIVE. ." At the meeting of the Coburg council on Monday evening,' the? elec' tion of a representative on the; Metro politan Board of. Works took _place, Cr. Voice being unanimously chosen. Cr. Vincent, who was also nominated, withdrew from the contest, and stated that he desired to give a .few words in explanation. He had simply al lowed himself to be nominated for the position as a protest against the fact that the whole matter was cut and dried long before either himself or Cr. Fischer had got into the council. Cr. Veice had canvassed the vote of every man, with the exception of Cr. Fischer and himself, and as representatives of a considerable portion of the shire they considered themselves unfairly treated, and should have been allowed an opportunity 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 themselves to settle the matter, such was not correc...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Poetry. BROKEN CIRCLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 25 February 1891

I octp? . , BROKEN CIRCLE. 1ix ALLE Awors. selthinks in yon bright world I see -: ? e-da.,severed here, SIu 'eui,• strengtIh and dazzling light; 'It gathera swiftly ,here ' Tihe seats made ready there await IEaclh loked-for coming guest, With loving words the waiting ones Welcme the tired to rest. They wait; but not with discontent, For those now bearing well, The arma their Leader bids them use, Tihe powers of death to quell. They wait our loved ones sheltered in The tender Shepherd's fold, To see the trophies nobly won Ily soldiers firm and hold. 'tltat r.ro the pelty woes of ealth,, To those now gathered there ? They know each thorn that pierced them heroe Was slielding roses fair. S-hrcys teo the one thing needful now, . And khnow the only seat, _ That mortals here should seek to fill Is at the Saviour's feet. S.:And now aitbin that circle bright, Oar Maria too has place. In rapturous lose lthey all units To sing of matchless grace. Oh ! may we of the severed links, Whenit warfa...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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SPORTS' DEPOT TROPHY. ABBOTSFORD WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 25 February 1891

' SPORTS' kI OT T oPHYJY! This match was brought to acoin clusion on the Coburg cricket ground on Saturday last, and resulted in an easy victory for the Abbotsford by 9 wickets. When the stunnips were drawn on the previous Saturday, the scores were:- Coburg, first innings, 190; second, five wickets for 66. Abbotsford, first innings, 256. Tihe Coburg continued their innings, and brought the score up to 127 before being ,disposed, of which Jackson made 81; Bayliss, ;3; and Gleeson, not out, 27.< TheAbbots ford, who thus :had 62 runs to make to win, then went in, and succeeded in. making the! necessary: number of runs with the loss of one wicket only. The following are the scores:-` First innings. W'arrick, b Spry , .. 15 Jackson, b Andrews 25 Dunstone, b Andrews . O Pearce, b Spry ... Selway,c, Barnett 2 "S 'layless, b ' illership ... 5 i 'Gleeson, b Barnett: b I i-: e ?'ii'c, b Andrewss . ... 9' : :Benson. b Spry 2 S IMcDo?ldo n out 20 Robertsoin not out: .ý . . 1 S Sundri...

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A DIVORCE DUEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 25 February 1891

A DIVORCE DUEL. In the County Court on \Vdnesday last, before His Honor, Judge Hamiltln, Messrs. D. Gaunson and J. Wall;acc, solicitors, Collins-street, sued M1r. Gustav B. Clauson, painter, of Jolm- amount of a bill of costs for procecdnga for divorce taken against. the defcndant on behalf of his wife. It appeared from the evidence that in December last Mrs. Clauson comunuceld proceedings for divorce against her husband on the ground of cruelty. The petition and citation were served upon the respondent, who entered an appear ance to the action. A sunnunons wv: subsequently served upon hint to obtain alimony for the wife pending the suit, but before the sumuuons was heard the husbaind and .wife ' made it up." Mr. Clauson made his wife a present of £1lt to buy a new dress, and invited her to return to his house. She camle back, and then he borrowed the £1U, and has not since repaid it to her. The pro 'ceedings by Mrs. Clauson were discoun tinnued ; but her hnsband has nlow begun an a...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Indigestion and Homicide. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 25 February 1891

Inldi.cstion and IHomicidc. It would be a great thing for the world if someone could diecove the exact extent to which bad cooking is responsible for crime. This is one of the investigations that has been neglected by our statistical friends, and we have no definite figures upon which to base an inference. Yet no man who goes up and down through the land, like the young man famed in the college song, in search of a dinner, and is denied the ministrations of a wife or a mother, whoEe deft hands make poems of meats and transform the common process of cooking a vegetable into artistic work or who control and teach the higher priestesses of our culinary vestal temples, can doubt that many a man has been driven to the bad on account of the abomination of desolation presented by the table of the aver ago hotel and restaurant. Ist is probably equally true that many homes are rendered unhappy and many divorce cases accounted for by the mere fact that a husband knows how to eat anda wife dcc...

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Scarlet Fever. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 25 February 1891

Scatrict Fever. Every mother will be interested in learn. ing whatever is possible in regard to this dreaded diserse. At a recent meeting of th3 American Pediatric Society in New Yorlk Dr. J. Lewis Smith, the president of the society, read a paper on a part of the general discussion on " How to Prevent Diphtheria and Scarlet Fever." The micro-organism of scarlet fever had not been positively ascertained, but its filects were known from clinical observation. The contagiousness probably did not cease until after desquamation has parsed, and it had been said the discharges from the otitus due to it were contagious. Qoarantine in a small room attached to one of the wards at the Foeundling Asylum in this city bad been suflicient for Ecarlet lever, but not for measles. The contagious element was more fixed and Ices diffusible in the former. It re mained in clothes a l?og time. Most pro. phylactic measures consisted in isolation of the patient, disinfection of the person and air which surr...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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DEATH-BED SAYINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 25 February 1891

DEATH-BED SAYINGS. Pizarro--Jesu. Goethe-More light. Knox-Now it is come. Byron-I must sleep now. 'Charles Mattheis-- I adl i:ady. ,!Tahla--The worst is, I cannot-sec. laitydi-God prescrie tio' Eimp;eror Arrir-Dy Pamtus, is it, not painful Chesterfield-Give Day Bolles 'a ,hair. :.ddxson-See how a Christan :can Louis XVII.--A kind: should, die standing. Franklin-A dying man '?in do nothing easy. William Pitt-Oh, my country, how I love thee ! R?abelais-Let down the curtain; the farce is over. Socrates-Critoi we owe a colk to iEsculapius. Napoleon III. (to M. Coineau)' Were you at Sedan? ? Sir Walter Scott (to his family) God bless you all ! Columbus-Lord into Thy liaiids I commend my spirit. When the plate is passed there are too many people thinking that salvation is free. His Lost Umbrella.--" Now sir,"said the colonel to the major, "I took no notice of your behavior last evening, considering the state you were in ; but are you aware you put your umbrella in iy ear ?" " Oh, thank yo...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 25 February 1891

" THE COBURG LEADER." PUBLISHED, EVEIY WEDNESDAY, At BATES' BUILDINGS, SYDNEY ROAD, COBURG.. PRICE-ONE PENNY. To be obtained at THE LEaDER Office, or of Mrs. Summers, News Agent. JOB PRINTING of Every Description executed in the best style. CHRARGES MODERATE. TjULL particulars of Church Work, to 3. gether 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, leaders and Secretaries will recognise our en .. dcavor to cater.for readers in every depart special advertisements, and according us a shalre of their patronage. Items of interest, and any articles intended for insertion in our news columns, should be forwarded td the Editor not later than Monday cvening,, otherwise their publication cannot be guaranteed. Our columns are open to all intelligent correspondents without respect to creed or color, with the proviso that all correspon dence must be brief, respectful and of some ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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INDUCTION OF THE REV. E. S. SUMNER AT MORELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 25 February 1891

INDUCTION OF THE REV. E. S. SUMNER AT MORELAND. In accordance with the recommend ations of the Church of England ex tension committee, a new parish has been formed between Coburg and Brunswick. The Rev. Edward Seagrave Sumner, B.A., of Oxford, has accepted the offer of the new incumbency made to him by the Bishop. On Friday a special service was held in the Recreation-hall at Moreland Grove, Coburg, kindly lent by Mr. Montague Dare, at which the Venerable T. C. B. Stretch, M.A., Archdeacon of Melbourne and Geelong, introduced the Rev. Edward S. Sumner, B.A, Oxford; the incumbent of the newly constituted parochial parish of Moreland, to his parishioners. The archdeacon was assisted by the Rev. J. Caton (Coburg), and the Rev. W. G. Hindley. The Rev. C. P. M. Bardin (Brunswick) was also present. A portion of the Church of England service having been gone through, the Rev. Mr. Caton read from the 6th chapter of the Book of Isaiah, S" I heard the voice of the Lord saying, ' Whom shall I ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 25 February 1891

I bAWING AND PAINTING .CLASS. i . One Guinea Per Quarter. Particulate Mrs. Bummers, :news agent, Sydney.zoad, Coburg. DR. -W.': MURPHY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, "Has commenced practice at if SYDNEY ROAD,I. COBUORG, (Next the Police'Station), Consultation hours :--9: a.m. to 11 a.m. 2.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m.; 6 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. TIHE INVERINESS' BOOT AND `SHOE WAREHOUSE, SYDNEY ROAD, COBURtI A. MACKENZIE AND SON Beg to thank their numnerous customers for past support, and hope by strict attention and civility to still -merit a fai share of public patronage.' Boots and Shoes of every .cscriptfloi mad Sto order, sein or pegged. Relpairsnucatly and promptly executed. a go6d assortment otf.Englisl, French anti German'Boots .and Shoes always kept in Stock. GRUNDY & CO., SYDNDY ROAD, COBURG, .ESTATE AND FINANCE AGENTS. LoA-s NEGOTIATED. iLsunAx?csCE EFrrcTED. RENTS COLLECTrt Ac. ,: Builders, Contractors and Valuators. Plans and Specilications lrieared. ESTIMATEs GIvas. Anyone about to b...

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Making Food Attractive. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 25 February 1891

1 lfayl Food Alttraclive. The msin tlings to, observe in preparing, for any meal, saysn'awriter, are to. begin in senso withb the article.needing most cookin; to nerrve'revrythin e'dither' not or cold, 'not lukewarmi and to make everything as attract tive as possib!e. The last of these injune tions: is- the ohe' :iiost often -violatedl but which has a great influence on the appetites nu 'ehnjoybmentoif the' family. - Weary, housckeepers sometimes feel thatit; is all'one can expect of them, that the food should be well:cooked aind placed oin ,the table- without.nttending to the looks.of it Thire are' many'ways, howeveri, of adding to the attractivcenessof the table, which need not necessarily increase the~' orkl, :Iutte dr'iapplse s"'a'ad in ?hbowl' ma'be just as clean and Well made as nwhen served. from a alnil't paile and glass dish'; but to one with an eye to the'fitness of;tiings they, will not taste,nas well, while it is no more woirk to iiash the latter article th~:an the forme...

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