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BRUNSWICK AND COBURG DISPENSARY. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
BRUNSWICK AND COBURG DISPENSARY. ANNUAL MEETING. At the yearly meeting of the I;runs wick and Coburg U.F.S. Dispensary committee, the annual report was pre sented for distribution amongst mem bers, and is as follows: " Gentlemen,-Your committee have the honor to submit the following report of the transactions of the Institution during the year. The total number of members is 21:ij, being an increlse of 231. The number of prescription books presented during the year was 1I672, repreaepting )23,239 prescriptions. :. During the year the total revenue has been £828 17s. 7d, being an increase of tle previols year of £215 10s. .d., land the balunce of assets. Our liabilities are now £287 Os. lid. 1 The'rules if the in-titution have been revised during., the,, year, and the revisions duly registered. One of the new, rules gives the trustees poweri to mortgage. This was done to comply with .the !' Friendly. Societies' Act in dealing witi ou::r newly acquired property. Your consiiuttes, indi...
Poetry. THE WORDS OF THE RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
-poetr,. THE WORDS OF THE RAIN. Bry WLLua LTLE. I sat alone in my chamber dim, In a reverie settled and deep, Wheii:bhy'and by, lile awhird,Otruen ,ijin, I heald the wind in its mournful sweep Splashing as it passed my window-p"ne, With generous drops of cooling rain." Oh, ohl! I said; I am:not alone, (." ' , I know the rain is talking to me. It had such a sonltrefrdsliing tone In the warm sunlight-it was melody, With.never a pauso in its refrain. Patter, patter, said the welecmte rain. Anon a thought fell over my'heart, Can I coin that music into words ? A longing came that would not depart Conild I buot trnslates ies mnstic chords If a gleam would come fronm wisdom's train. It did, and I understood the rain. 'Oh, mortal, my mission is like thin', To scatter good on palaces and cots; In the dsrk of night 1 am doing mine, Ceaseless and faithful, but thou art not.' MeThen 1 bldsEed and Paid,;*rit?i'i retftil'pain,A 'There is truth in the words of the ramn. 'Mother Nature is kind unto...
THE FIFE BAND'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
THE FIFE BAND'S CONCERT. A grand minstrel entertainiment, in aid of the funds of the Brunswick United Drum nud Fife 3aind, was given in the town-hall; on Tuesday evening, by the Hawthorn Sunflower Amateur Mlinstrel Troupe, anid proved a great success. Shortly after seven u'clock the band fell in at the Moreland Terminus, and accompanied by'several brigades and the Coburg 1Brass Baud paraded Sydney road, under torchlight, as far as the hall, where it was found on arrival, that a very large crowd had arcalready assembled. Soon thebuilding was comfortably filled, and Cr. Phillips, who occupied the chair announced an overture by the company. The first part, which consisted of a mis cellaneous programme, was well received each number, being highly applauded,, iwhilst the witticisms of Messrs Middleton and Wilson, tambhos, and Messss Kendall nild Raby, bones; created -a deal' of merriment. A. grand finale 'eititled,' " The French Condnctor,"was especially ludicrous:aid prov~d laig!hable i...
QUAINT PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
There- are h1,300 : blind people. in Glasgow,' midst.!o'ihoumn' have -lost their sigiht in adulitlife iAn official report stat tlhathere.was not a singlo case of small-pox in Ireland during 188J. Tli" ast' majority of Queen Victorias' sil jects (1 i9,000,000) iare neihellr Pr testants nor Catholies, but lHindiiawhiile the, Molmaniedans,. ,0,000,000,. in number, are themselres more. numerous thatnthe Protestants of all ,the denom inations in the Empire.: , 'In`all Syra 'tlhere are about iiinety Protestanut missionaries; ided by about 30' natie helpers. In 100 places t ?.ospel.is pr eai'ed on.anl aerage of once in ?wo iek,:, The total atteoid ance at tesce services .is about 4i000, of whom 1000 are actual .cmmuniciants.
MORELAND TRADES V COBURG P.O. & RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
h MORLAND TRADEs V?coiu? W . S P.O. & RAILWAY. , , Ieh returnuiatcli betweeii tliese 'clubs touIk lace iick Wcetlue dhy afternoui on lhe OChiul cricket ground 1tid was -in?-nc1ed by odl,- hiiillsr of spec itatr On the hist occasioin MBrelaitd on by 1 rwiun. irtoiy ag mn rested nhitlhe : o1i?i,,,hernelrs, who ,knol?ked togtlier ,l, wlwhile "the Coburg people put logether J,).. a, win .,.thus., being secui'edh :bj;:1!., runs.,' Cornell,. bowled elltir' thei MTNrelaind getting"t-wickets for 2-1 runs, while: CO. Benson goti6 for 2$: " ` Bash aniid -Brown bowled well- for thel Coburg ' '
BRUNSWICK V. NORTH MELBOURNE LOCOMOTIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
lIIIUNS\WICK. V NOIl TlIIiMEL HtOUIJRNF IOCOMtOTlIVES. T " n'l.'hi tini 'va elAtlaed last Sanurday: I ie' Bninowt s ion 1 Ii le to-)s, and kept I11ss 0r thu wii f, `the ticdls idll thenafter, 11oon1 Anderson ,'J `Sark-e, 3J' nut oa.5nlthi "_' andi "Cralwford 23 were tlle.jliglesta: sorets.i 'Illd rui - areRT the scores; Snith, It o eckaood 3' Fester. 1) rij, h e s'.. 4 "' Sparkes; nut outit:l Crwod lae.I luhc 2 luvtal. onr ,i.s wiekeLs" q
PARKVIEW SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
PARKVIEW SOCIAL. ithe first annual social held in con Inection with the Parkview football club was held on Friday, G?h inst . at the Mechanics' Institute, and proved thoroughly enjoyable from every stand point. The main hall of the institute, whose excellent floor is specially inviting to tile dancer, was gaily decorated with bunting, whilst a large ante room had also been secured for the supper, which was of a snperior character, and well laid out by hMr. Vine. The attendance ,as large andl select, and shortly after eight o'clock dancing commenced to the first-class music pro vided by Hore's band. Mr. H. Clayton acted as M .C., a d soon had all the visitors gaily indulging in the full pleasures of the evening, whilst Mr. F W. Ross, who is really an energetic secretary, proved his suitability for the onice which lie holds, by seeing tllat all arrangements were thoroughlly complete. I During no:iuterval the hophue i v w,;?vn during t!ihyearwes di ali rihlte I,! j?ir r;.. J. ?lrwii? i...
Paying For His Curiosity. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
, iaying For lisCuriosity. A ian who had come on horseback to a selection in Gippsl.-la, and who for a num ber of daysh'ad been stayi: g at th.ehouse of old lob licsho, had just saS down ito the breakfast table one morning w henS"Bsho said* "Look here, mister, I have give you eveiy opportunity, but you ain't said a n-rd about what you conic here for.""" ":- L SYes, that's so," the man answered. '* Wall, but don't you think it is time?" "I don't know but it is." "Then outwith it." "No, I can't to-day. I am rather peculiar,. and must take my timed-. Imeumber that... I am going to. pay you liberally for y board." .. ., . I , .*. .1 -W '"All righti bni I-am gettin -pwerfuill - anxiotis to know what yourbusinrss is round here."', .' : VThe next day old Besho said: ;:' Now is the accepted time, Mr. Fster." 4 Time for what-?"" 't1,* - , : "To tell us why yo6ti came into this .neigh borhobd.". - "':" Yes, but reallyI'd'.7rther'/wait. a 'while7 Thereis no particular hurry.". . , "'."Th T emo...
An Unhappy Gesture. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
An Unhappy Gesture. An English bishop, addressing a class of candidates, gave them the following bit of advice : "Most of you," he said, '" will do well to avoid action in the pulpit. I shall never forget a raw-boned curate I once had, with hands like legs of mutton. I can see him etill preparing for a grand peroration, and lenaning over the pulpit with outstretched dependent palms, as he exclaimed, 'Paws, me brethren, paws I' " In China and Japan primitive methods of fish culture have been practised for time out of tremor ; but now, in the latter country, at Iast-the annual value of whose fishiogs is about £7,000,000, or nearly three times that of Scotland-all the modern methods of tish culture have been imported. t.5'
SPORTS AND PASTIMES. CRICKET MEMS. BOYLE AND SCOTT'S CUP. COBURG V. MALVERN. COBURG WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
SPORTS AND PASTIMESi ' CC BIURG; lT.;'if11VN. i:-;l F S. OBIHRJ- WINS...... Saturday' last saw the conclusion of the match betwieen Coburg and Malvern; and the result, as was anticipated, ended in a decided victory for the first named by five wickets. When the stumps were drawn on the previous Saturday, the state of the game was. as follows :-Malvern, first innings, 128 i second innings, two for 33. Coburg, first innings, 194. Malvern continued their innings once more, but owing to the capable bowling of Copplestone, O'Shanassy, and Murray, the wickets fell rapidly, the innings closing for 1Z;8. Coburg then took possession of the wickets with 7; to make to win, and this they very quickly accomplished, Dr. Mailer alone making :8 The folloing are tile scores 1 First Innings. Bassett, b O'Shanas.sy ... Daly, b O'Shanassy ... ( liorne. st tHoneyboc, I, Murray ... ... 8 It. Williams t lsoneylime, h Murray ... ... 0 \'allac, b O' NhanL:ssy ... 1. 0. Williams, run out ... I I ra os;.e tion...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND MORELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
'ICHURCH OF ENGLAND?.:: . MORELAND.'' A. laeting of lhele Parisllioners of the recently ':"onstituied Church of Ergland Parishl of Moreland, was hell at the Old i Coiirthounse Bru?swick., on b ilnefi ay eicing, the I th. inst., for the .purpose of eleticti?a 'Bnard of Guardians. llie incuibeint, the Rev. E. S. Suniner, ws in the chair. ;Tlhe iprceedingsI havig been opened .With a ylii n and :Iryer,t thi chairiman' relate.! the circuiiistances of his call :tii Mlrland, and expressed his deep thankfulinse to thoIse who had so araimly and carnesCatiyrallied riund liin at this, the: vry otin t of the work. He went on to say that thie seryi.s were so far`?well itteiiled but'thatbititwaso[ lirst iimportance that the erect:on ,f a scoollioune alsould le proceeded with as so, a'i:a possible .the Bishlop lin Council had grintd· d l£t10 towardstlihat' objecto, oi .ronidiiion that at least£.:L?M be raised by the Plarishio rs thliemselves. HIs iad great,' ileis ure atin'-ninniig that a l risiei...
Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
14r A77e,:~ The ?intlwich ihen .of, Lndon :.arc esti Imat to number'P 9,000. " The Pplpulation of the earthi, doubles in 1.o260 yeats. ,ln pi;l ithire.,er ireonly :'330E!nglish people in Nor:h A?ierice: ` l i .An?: verage of 1000 pigs are citen in Lon The: Mlontreal Knighls ifo. Lior hiave :pDisht a resolutieo condtmu.ningany attempt to rciled ce.t age of child labor,in factories frimrn i[t' o 1b ' :1'There are at present bot b Pt-5000iews in t.lte' lssinli arms?. :Tliis P naimber includes the 41,000 J'wis coinscripts' drawn -.last spring It' is the'aninarried lndy who can give her sisters points on, the art of.how to -inaage a husband., Germany bcasts the 'i ealthiest army in E1urpc. Be lijhm0i is second best, nndf Eng" land eomesiii tliird.' ./ , : 'ever use the first water that comes fro'm ~ titap:' " It biis been in a lead or iron pilpe-li night, and is not healtbful: i·.One of irr. Jay Gould's whims is to eon stantly refiise to attend the i'oaris s'a'jury nuiian when'; summoned...
Two Pence a Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
TTwo-Pnce a Day.-Talking of frnal livirl,, thle pcnantlt of the southi of France seems to live as cheap!y as anybody. It has been Crollpe:tl that hit st , ndl, fni r foed for a fanlily of fire an a.rrne e of two Ience a day. For breakfast hte has breadi with a prepaation of salt li-!. which i h smears upon it; for dinner. st.,c!:tish or a vegcetable seeap andl stala and for sulp:r. lentils, beans on ot.her regc-tables. in tlhe nse.i,.n, raw to. matoes andt dry bread frlquentiy ln:tke a imeal. C(?iA e and mnacasroni are too t::pensllve for nmon thanl infreqtlcent use, but there anr ab!wVay onlions atd arlinc. W\ater is his :!nkc with a very .,Ile thin wie ilne nee in a hilc. Rlabbit hte has occsionally as a 'I vor in a retahlte sctewlvt1 t:hat is aluxry. Wloef or mutton he tastes hardly once a ::onth,. lie dres&lt;e poorly, and hardly looks i.: if the worhl treated him well. But his self-denial is not for nothbing, He has a baik account, and in tht n atter of bhrd oioney is w...
Cooking Recipes. [?] SALAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
tC?vOilfif 1Rcipcl . half an inch long. Ta; every pint allow half a pint of r oayvnnaisa dressing. Dust the celery lightly wail ait and plepper, mix with the dresslenu :nd heap ot: a cull dish, garnish with celery liones. CULI:IED rO'TrAro:'5. Shi:c a go.: siz.ed onion anl fry it with two ulnce-. butter, ciu up one pbund boiled potataiOe, put them into the fr.iingpain with tle olion, drec.g, them wei i iibh curry powder, a id q:arter pint greay, a little salt, and a squn tse or i~:sint-jaiee. Shake thie whole on the fire for ten minulltes and serve hot. Ci:EAlI CliK E. Cake: One cupful of sugar, two eggs, four tablespoa,ofals of water or milk, one cup fli,ur, rne heaping teasi)(pl baking powder. Tais mnakes tihree layer. Cream : Three-quarters cup tmilk, one-hall ciup sugar; one tablespoo:nfa! e ,rr starch. Saason to suit your taste ndll put together when call. t:,.-? -?.D CHIIC:;E. The day before it is needed, boil the chicken till very tender, remoall thle bones, gristtle, skin an...
Fireside Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
Fil'esicle lintts.. There is nothing lovable in a person who Jields to every whim and fancy, and places himself at the head: of all creationa. It'i: only those that -liCe jfvr othersi that are reverenced and looked i?ip t in this worlid. 1 came across Ihissthnm - in the P.overbs the] other day. "Be:ter i.a ,ndr morsel, a:!t1 quietness therewith, tihnr a house: fuil of] sacrifices with strife.' and it instantly made me think of a mistakie am cotsta, tlv atook ing. Whenever I manke h sacrilice lam sure to ups:-t it bv a long face, a coS:pl!int or, if not that, I acm Eo cross afler?atds that I tde stroy any good that it mnight have done iwe or anyone else. Th:e foi:o.?ing little ticidnt was told me by one of the college hosa In: ome. When he left his homse lo atteni college, his mother, in packing his trunk, put his Bible (one that she had given i:on) down at the I bottom with a poun.l note in it. She thLou?ghl in this way to tied out whether or not he made a prr.ctice of reaeiing it W...
FATAL STONE THROWING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
FATAL STONE THROWING ACCIDENT. An inquiry was held on Wedileaday at the Cburg: Post-ollice hotel, before i: r.:L'Croty, .1..1.; and a jury of lire, touchilig the death of a litttle girl ::naied' iBridget' Kane,'aged two years :ihd?litie iionths, who, on the 28tlh Februiaryrif 'as struck on the forehead w-itli a stone, it was alleged, while iplaying iti .her parents' yard in Park itreet. Coburg, and died on Monday. After the jury had viewed the body, SThl father of the child was called. He stated that the child went out after dinner with a boy nalned Clifte to play. le heard Clifte shout, " Get out of the road, or 1 will hit you." Shortly after lie came in carrying the child in his arms. Her face and dress were covered in blood. Sh?e :was bleeding from the forehead. Could not sai who threw the stone. Lie said he threwv a stick at the ducks. About. ]i i minutes after the child was apparently all right, and went out to play, and continued satme up to Sunday night. But she often put her...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
MISCELLtNEO1JSU Tho Programmn. -Au interesting case ri circumstautedl evi ence arose in ~the diectiouof a I5murder, in London severalye iia. . 'ago: IThe~&rime had, been c?mmited intbie' mdst mysterious manner.N' oluo reisted! '1 All the :cesohrbes of the place were bsflld8 I About the time, tho murder, as committed; i, howievr, aeman nwas arrested for bcinfgdrun HI was locked up in tliusdual manner.'findl-l in the nIdireary'routine~.his clothes "hero I searched. Nothing but half a theatre pro gramme was found on his person.'InJa)q meanwhile the dcctor, upon making an ? cutopsy, found the wadding in the wound. I It proved to be a piece of a theatre pro cramme. The teo pieces were matched. I T ee fitted. A conviction was the result. Cheating The Conductor -" Men on h'the road st a good dral of the mcap side of human nature." said the conductor., * I suppose you think that all the 'peop!lem w try to beat their fares are tramps, or very poor people; or old rounders trying to st...
POLICE NEWS. BRUNSWICK.—WEDNESDAY. Before Messrs. Crook (chairman), Fleming, George, Harrison, M'Dougall, and Dr. Talbot, J's.P. DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
POLICE NEWS l: ILUNS\VICK. -WEt NESDAY?I'W.', Before eIessrs ,?ro?? (liiririan)n Fleminig,.. George,:::: Iart son, M'Dougall, ad ')r Ialbot,'. iP. i p e " i" NK r " : r. O'i " :" ,i. Can ?stal teddil, charged Smith lo'unae ga with drinkenr`ess. Notligt biut t lie saonltd ht d oni " !said the Sergeant, and a live shillings' linee was imposed n. A ldrew Andersoni? ple ded guilty to the. charige of lariceiiy of a lhod ilt e owner, Fred Stephens, stated tiat lie left the. 1hd in a shed, at 'the rear o buildings in coars'e of erection irL Victorria-street, but on retarninig to work last Wednesday morning he found that it had disappeared. Later on lie ascertained that accused had sold it at a second hand shop opposite for is. 6d. Anderscn, who said lie had been drinking, was sentenced to one month's imprisonsment. iWHO FiRO I'AT STONE? A youth named Cain was charged by Mr. J. O'Connor with stone throwing. T'lhe case was not abel to lbe proceeded with, and an a djournient of seven days was...
BRUNSWICK FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891
BRUNSWICK ,FOOTBALL CL tB. Followbing the usual etstotit thec Brns.wicl: Football Ciub held ai grand sttoke night at the Oddflbhws' Ill all.tt 'Iuritrttiy evrening for the pnrllse of ccleblrating tihe :am l distribution ?of? trophies won during last season. l'rtceeditgs cointieied' shltill aflctr eight o'clock, when a large Inutber of playert a id supporters of Ithe club puIt it an. Tppearatnce, aid, with l,1 . "' Clement in the chair;, ?matters soon he gan to get lively and entertaiining.: Re presentatives fron the Northl Melbouirni, Union Jack. Britainni?, South Britis wick ntid Star of Brunswick IFootbdll Clubs were present, aund a lengthy toiist list was hIonored, hlilst songs Were riti tiered by Messrs. Indirsbee, bRobertson, Dillon. Bray. -Forster, FraIser, Claytioni .Sintclair, and several 'others. iDuring the evening the trophies were distri buted itas fllows: .1. 11. Barrows' trophy, fir best all routid play, combined, withl good tetiiper and good feeing to all opponents; s...