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Fired off the Free List. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

Fired oil' the ):ree List. "These are hard times, Jerry," observed the dejected policeman as he leaned up against the fruit stand, r.nd his fingers mcchanically closed upon the finest speci mnn in the orange pile. " Yo're right, Mr. Murphy," said the fruit man. "It's all wce kin do to m.nke a livin'." " An' some of us," pursued the man in the uniform, "ain't makin' even that. It's hard luck when a man that's always done his duty an' never gave no cause for com plaint gits turned out of a job, 'thout a minute's warnin, on accoulnt of sonme favorite of the Mayor's that wants his place." " Wot do ye mean, Mr. Murphy? Ain't you on the force now I Mave you been gittin' terncd out ?' "That's what I have, Jerry. They give me the bounce about an hour ago, and I'm lookin' aro:und now for a job that'll-" "Then take yer dirty hands ofi'n that b:nch of tanaras and drop that orange quicker'n lightnin' !" roared the fruit man, "or i'll have ye arrcsted for stealin'. You ain't on the free list of ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rooted to the Spot. A Cruel Practical Joke Played on an Un suspecting Clergyman. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

IRootcd to the Spot. A Cruel Practical Jul.e Playd on an Un suspecting COkrgyman. A story is told atbout the former nssistant rector of one of the larest Episccopal churches in the city. The gentleman in question is now the president of a college so far away that he cannot mind if I relate the incident. lie was a jolly good fellow when Ihe lived in a boardnlg-house here, and in Iris off hours was accustomed to join ill with the other good fellows of the house r.t a friendly game of whist or a smoke. One evening when ihe was out at service two of the swars of the establishment re membered that it was his invariable habit supon returning home to doff his roundabout vest and clerical coat, put on an old smoking jacktt anrd encase his feet in a pair of morceco slippers. which latter always occu pied the same position on his bedroom floor, preparatory to his coming. Accordingly, they flirly nailed these sliippers to the floor, and awaited results in the ne.t room. Presently the dominie r...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MASKED BURGLARS AT BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

MASKED, BURGLARS AT BRUNSWICK. Mrs. Catherine Lewis, wife of [Henry Lewis, a dealer, residing nl'.John;street west, Brunswick, oni Saturday evening reported to the police that lietween 3 and 4 o'clock on the morning of the 28thl sher was a.vakenid by -hearioig somieone at the back.door. H1er liusbaud tleing away in Sydioy, sihe becaime terribly, alarincd. ,She listened for a few minutes and sat up iii bed, when she saw a short, stout manowho was carrying a dint light, and whhoarpcared to have his face black nced or covered with crape. go past her bedruont door towards the front rooms. She got up quietly, and rememberiug sithe had left her purse, containing seven sove reigns, on the dressing table, site secured that, and was making for the back door to give the alarm when site was seized by another man. He snatched the purse, wht n, owing to the sudden fright., site fainted, and on coming to found the burg lars had cleated. lhe describes burglar No. 2, her assailants, as a young iuan...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. EASTER SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. EASTER SERVICES. The attendance at Holy Trinity Church on Good Friday was very good indeed. "The Story of the Cross" was again sung, and a sermon preached by the Rev J. Caton from the text Hebrews Ix., z6. "The sacrifice of Himself." The services on Easter Day was ere very good. In the morning the church was well filled, the choir rendeping the special anthems well. The Incumbent preached a stirring sermon from I Car., xv., zo. "Now is Christ risen from the dead, and become the first fruits of them that slept." In the afternoon at three the church was crou,ded, the body of'the late Mrs. \Vright being in the chancel. The body was met at the church gate by the Incumbent and choir in all their robes. Alter the sermon the burial service was colnleted in the cemetary" At evensong the building was again completely filled, the service this time being .choral, with -processi~.aal und recessional hymns. The choral parts of the service were simply splendtid, and pone cann...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A YOUNG WOMAN IN TROUBLE [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

A YOUNG WOMAN IN TROUBLE A decent looking young woman nmined Henrietta Mliln appeared hefore tile Birimnswick court on Wednesday calrged with wilfully making a false declaration in registering the birth of her illegitimate chlild. Sergeant Urown prosecuted. From the evidence given it appeared that in August last accused called on Mr. J1. Emery, deputy registrar of births and deathls at East Brunswick, and stated that site desired to register the birth of her child whose name she gave as Eihnslev .Jlales Miln. She said that the infant was born in July last at Ieyden-street. and that she was mirried Dece'iber thedi ntg w,,ilinn agin-lilltCIId and colnfessed tllat site mnde a false declaration, inasmuch as she w:ias unlnar ried. Mr. IEaery theln itnforined the registrar. general, in accordance witli his duty, adl on Saturla la aist a -cused was arrested b D)etective Wardley at I'rahran. A clerk in the registrar general's fllice ldelpoed that there was no record of the alleged marriigec...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To Destroy Stumps. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

To Destroy Stumps. 1. Bore a hole 1 inch in diameter, 1S inches deep, into the centre of tihe stump, and put in one ounce of saltpetre, tilling up with water and plugging up the hole. This should be done in the autumn. In the spring the plug is to be taken out, a half a gill of kerosene poured into the hole and set on fire. It will burn out the stump to the farthest root. 2. In the autumn bore a hole 1 inch in diameter, 10 inches deep, into the centre of the stump, and put in halfa pound of vitriol and ping very tight. In the spring the whole stump and roots through all their ramilications will bhe so rotted as to be easily removed. Recruits when they join the British army first cannot he too well fed; because, coming as they do from a class, which, as a rule, is irregular in its habits, after undergoing a regular system of drill and a regular manner of living, they are more hungry at meal times than they otherwise would be. In fact, they are always, hungry, and of this state they a...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Wonderful Floating Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

-, A Wonderfu ,rloateni' HLrtgc. b. Thegreatet 'and mo't famous o floatirg bridgeswnas that bu le: by tho It man Empe :ror Csigila, ina .D. B-0. An immense num ber ci boats wore anchorcd in thi bays of Ba an and 1 ooli, in twiro lines, in the form of'' 'crrceiit, nover thred: miles long. A tfloring of planks was laid upon them and covered with earth. Iouses were built upon it, and fresh water was conveyed to them by pipes from the shore. When all was ready, the emperor, with his court and a throng of spectators, rode in solemn procession from neeudnd of the bridge to the other. At even ing the bridge was illuminated with torches I nd lanternse; and Caliguls boasted that he :hdl ture n right into day, as well as the sea nto land. Ti:e whole court slept that night in the: h i5e on the bridge. NfxS day there Lwns another prcce:sto :, in which Caligula tode in a triumphal chariot, followed by a train cf cth:r eLhariot3. The insane emnpe ror titen made an oration in praise cf his work, a...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTURBING THE SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

DISTURBING THE SAL VATION ARMY. Although it is only a sholrLtimine siane t young manl was heavily fined for ainnoy ing the Salvation Army people at Bruns wick, it does not al:Jpur to have had any saltl ary effect. and of late the ,\ rmy have had to complain of a numlllber of larrikins who ilock to the Iaurrncks for no other purposc bit to create a distrbalnce, or what they term it-a lark. On Satur day night last; a yin th named William Penlder, l!) vears of age, aecompanied by several others, went to the barracks in Albert-street, where they commenced to create a disturlbance outside, and .n being spoken to by somle of the Army as usnal Ibecamlle very abulsive. tiSole of them went inside, and Penler coitiimmenced to make insulting remarks to somen of the females, who had to remove from their seats. Sergeant Charles Whrliitmore remonstrated with himr, bIunt to no lpurlpose. The young hoplefli relused to leave the hall, and ultimately the services of Senior-constable .aeckson werearai...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ATTEMPTED SAFE ROBBERY. THE BURGLARS FOILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

ATTEMPTED ;SAFE ROB BERY i 1iiIi IBURGI A RS IDOLE~ .i Au itbir of tlihoqi jiodiial raids oii railway .stations was reported o .tle Biriunswicktpulice on .Tuecsdanv:orning, hi .sceo of: the burglar 's operiatiss or n " isiic;?sifon oi eng ' le`, Sonth r3urn.s wickl station. Shortly- before.5 o clock 'on i Tsday morning? irier Mlorrab onG proceedhig' to'opieno: uti for the early' mnorning' d tyI diScoeredtl ,d dojii of the biiiliii g?tl rU? i dely ;pii ý it neeJcil but a ciirsory glaince tn see that tithe % I ole i??e Ihai been itioroughly rinuscked; .l'heh mttin enttraice idours tote olic bore signs of laviing Ien rofighly- forced -by nmeans iof a crowbar, aiid ' tlie locks oft drawerm: and. ldckers hIonh all lieeii brol-cit y deally: of a chiselc ihich -li:- been fitniI in ? the statiouniaster's rooms-i Although the thieves i haid tlhoro'nighly ` ase hi-dd tihe place; thiy found lrei?task a: bootless one, for` noit even had--.a; few stray C:;Picra' bcei, left out of:'f thei safe to...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FANCY CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

THE FANCY CARNIVAL. The carnival in aid of the building fund of St. Ambrose's Roman Catholic school was opened at the town hall on Easter Monday afternoon by the Mayor of Irunswick (Cr. J. W. Fleming.) The attendance was large, and con siderable interest attached to the whole surroundings. The afternoon's proceedings were opened by a spirited lnarch played by the orchestra, after which the Rev. Father- Lunby formally "introduced"the" chairman to the audience. The Mayor, who was received with applause, thanked all present for their kind reception, and expressed his pleasure at the energy which had been displayed and was so apparent on all sides. That their labors would be rewarded with a full measure of success went without saying, and all must feel proud to see so many young ladies presiding at the stalls, ready and willing to help on the good cause. For several days lie hIad noticed thenm working away, assiduously and, although the weather somiewhat militated against the opening li...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Generalities of Proportion. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

Generalities of .'ropnrtion. Some of the generalities of proportion are as follows : A woman should weigh two pounds to c-vry inch of stature she Ihas ac height shi.5,lt wci,'Oi 112, ;7r I30 pounds. The chest meansre of such a woman, taken above the bust and beneath the arms, should be :10 or i1 inches, with a power of expanding 2' or 3 inches when the lungs are lilled Ititu air. The upper arm should measure 10 inches and the lower arm S inches. The waist shouhl be 25 inchies in circumference, and the chest diameter, which means the distance through the borly from the chest to the back, sthoul.t be 6i inches. This diameter is more frqclitently Incking than any ether, while the diameter of the abdomen, taken in the same way, is usually larger than the averaze and larger than the chest diameter, while the reverse effect is desirable. The average re. sults of the physical miasuremients of 323 girls and women, averaging 1I1 I years of age are as follows : Weig ht............ 117"2 Inche...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

-.TfHE COBURli L.AU, t[ 1 [ ' PU lLI}lE EVERY WE lN SDIY. ' i MIAThS' I ltlil'GsC S, SYDNEY ROA110 00, CO iti PRICE ONEI PENNY. fo be obtaincil :at I'TI ti: .t:rcOn 0t Ihice. or` ofi t Mrs. Sitniers, Ne:ws Agent .', JOB PRINTING, of :i:cry l'Dscriptiuii - executed in tlhe Lt;wtstyle. ULL p;rticulrs of Churchi Work., to .?F.getlher withl reports o f liroacligis of Yricndlh Societies, lFotblly c:ricket siid :dl Athletic Cliibs isill be given is thd columtnsn of '"THE LEADEs& '? ni it is liopletliPta Ieasr to c?ter forre r vin rtevery ac -rt tncnt, by fonrringi' for .insirlion all. specialltavertiseitnitls, aniil acctrnlin its a slihar of their patrunllgei It ins of i ilcnt?e ,i and any articles intenleld for insertion' in our news coolumus, shouIh lite forwtrlhl to the Edior nolt later titan loMnd.y evenitll~ otherwise, their putlic ticslu cauouit bet guarantleed. :., - Our columits are open to all intelligent corresponllents without repect to creed or color, with the' proviso...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COBURG.—TUESDAY. Before Major Bartrop, and Messrs. Richards, Vincent and Voice, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

(' Ii iUjl.-TuoRsuIr. Before Major liarirolp, ard Messrs. Iichards, Vincent and Voice, .J's. P. I'ropiscit v. Vernon. Thie was a fr.ul orirint1rnirs, ]hiving been aljuIrnIed for two ilinhLs to Alliw of . .lefendant having uollpportuiity to pay. -' \Vernriuun failii- to ,?tjricar when trhe cXiret wras.called in, and evidence w'as ginlte i lr itl t hlat t themain had been keejping? milk pialace, but. in the tbsence of Propis?ci bcingu' ble to give Sncrltiur'i r? i ioof of defend nt's rlmeansir tlier. Benhrih f iriln they were compelled to dri?ciarge r: ti?c, siniiir?r withloutL nrakring an order. DIlRUNK. Consitable Adams v. Ossack IlIunc, drunk... Defendant was apparently a rispectable lian, anit gave the offlicer no trouible. IteWas fined 5s. ii INBULTINr, 5ElUAS ion. ' .lihi ,i loPerts, Elizabethl aidL I linr IBayliss each pleadled not gniltr t trhe charge of ristilting behavior. Constsblie Adaurs stated that oI. the 17th klarch St. Patrick's Dary-lle saw the deferdants in Munro-st...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HIGHEST RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

THE IIGI-.EST RAIILWAY. The yenr 13 II -.tbLby be signali=td in Seath Atmorica. as a most intcrcsting ccoat in civil engineering and in interna tional overrltnd cormmreo, EayB a South American correr1,nndrnt. This will be nc thing lesn thon tno caa- letion and opening cf tl Tranoandcan ltilt:oicd,forming another railroad line from the Atlantic to the Pac tL, and the first across the continent of Soutih Atn:rica. I: is nine'cen years eiree thi weak w a breon, and it is now cor fti dtntly c-etcd that it will be lioi-hed by the b ?ginni?e of 1 92. The road is to runu:from Barnos ArCes to Valparaiso,n,di tancc of 971 miles. Thcro are now 640 miles of it fi isheud at the Buenos Ayres end, and cighty two at the V,'paraimo end. DIcthe remain ig 11') miles hboat o 'c-llirl is praotically: con p ete, the rails ,being ??eid. Tme pas"aga of the Andes is ricon p'iahcdatiitthe Conmbre Pas?P which is l13015 tietab0or thie dea decl. Thao railroad, however, doea not reach the summit of the pass, bu...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Dainty Cooking for Invalids. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

D;,inty Coo!iing for ila alids. Tile /a, .-e://' ivcs the following careful directi,na fr ooki:g chicklens for invalids: T:ake onle or two nen;t j,in!s from a tc-:ier yo''ng bird which has ba carefully pIcnked and drawn ; wrap them in whiite papr, liberally buttered, and put them in a s?ml: pan with saflicient boiling water bar. l to corer them'. Add a fewr mail pieces of celery and a pinch of salt, and simmer very ently for 20 minutes ( r live minutes longer if the j.ii ti or rather large). but wateh carefully that the li,1 ril nu;er r a c'.rts i"iil ing point after the cuicken is put in. When Idne enulgh, remove tile paper, sacuon the meat s!ightl, andwl serve it on a nice hot dish with a little well-made brcal sauce poured over, and aoeem:panied by a small ,lanlityv of somne carefully pr epared vg,':. table, if the latter is suited to the cnudition of the patient. A nice change car be c fefctel by cooking another joint or two of the bird in tlie fol. lowing manner:r Wrap the pice...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shoulder Braces. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

Shoulder ISraccs. Oodinarily, the use of shoulder braces is not to be advised, says J. II. Kellogg, JI. D, All they can d( is to hold the shoul ders back mechanically, whereas the true method of correccting a tetlldency to stoo0p shouldels is to develolp tihe musIlcs which lIav the shoudlehs back. The wearing of shoul:ler braces pIls t.he musclen entirely at list and t'hey thus los: what vigor they p'ss'ss, growing weaker andu weaker. Anly SexeOlls whl:c'l brings the. arms into play wi.l help to tonle up and strenllthen the muscles of the back and chest. Exercising with chest weights is excellent. and so is the swingin of Indian clubs and the use of dumb bills. It is astlnishing how many people are stoo? shou'lelrct and lop-: ihdl to a greater or leess degree. Thilre arc very few whose muscular development is so ymmetri cal but there is a slight curvature of the spin.. O0 this nacount both hands should be cultivated alike so far as !p?oib!e. Of course i:l very expert work it w.olhlt...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
In a Sleeping (?) Carriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

-In ha Sleeping (?) Carriage. It was int a l:eping carriage, and they thcught that ;everyone was asleep. Pro bably everyone had been, ut" thy iawoke W'hen I was awake enough to noico?iwhlat was going on. !.heard her: 'Well, I don't'care. I think yo 're real mean. All I want 'Yes,' :h b:oka in,; all yon want.now is the Ilst word, eame a voun always' hvoesin' ? - Heaven,no I. You never; say 'nn thin8 " 'Ye won't.' Tan I hoara , n ftlyo i ',terlking heselfing worth rpc-ticn 'IWhy rdo on ce thh t.ro', did. '" I wi',? 'EU'hI'Ga And thr w neuoc lik d mon Iotn-bliointo hise rib. Too-n I hoard noitly, ias it talking herself, 'I raid I'd have the lat word, and 1 did. "U h don d't count, 'caeeIo' dohn'tbelieve it is a wor'd.`: 1

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RANDOM REFLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

R ANDOM REFLtCTIONS. A :man nvteriforgives a woma: for making him feel silly. . . Ni mni b?i a blind mtn' evir pacscs a m:r or vitlhoit lboking in it;: IA model.wife is one who thinks her hur band knowa.rore thbn hrr kin. Tho biirth.aye csf ` is children are a man's liidmarLs 6ho the road to old age: IEvery man is a:hero to eome woman, and every woman is a heroine to some man. When a man finally succeeds ini making himcii famcus his wife gets bth?? credit of INothing.pleaees a man no much as to be told that an chl flame, since maried, Etill admires bhim ' ivcm-an cani h1 paid no h'gher compiF ient than to havher husband h pend all his timo in her company., No woman was evr'so homtly that a man docs int defetid hIr li?oha after he has.heerd that she :admircS hi"m., Whien a .man gets famous it would eenm. that cvery menn n bthe cu try used to play marbles with him' at chol.:: . , I Tho trouble wtl li to? men is that it is far asier. for llcmn to die for a girl before they are married ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Corrosion of Zine in Contact with Brick. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

Corrosion ofT inc in .Contact S wiili Briclc. A German paper mentions the fact thnt under some conditions sheet zinc, when in direct cohtract with brickiork, suffers to an appreciable extent from rapid corrosion.: .In building the Berlin city market-halls a por. tiozi of the zinic-work which 'rested upon brick walls was found to be deeply pitted at a rumber of places, particilarly where thd metal was close to the bricks. Chemical ex aminatiomn of these resulted in showing that they contained as high as one and fourteen hindredths per cent. of soluble salts, of which the" destructive effect increases by moisture. The proportion of such salts varica with different kinds of brick, while in come there may be nothing to induce any "mii'"u cirosieno. . As rpcentieo, roolinc felt or similar materiaiimay be placrl betwesn heý ripo and bric$orik. "*

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Phonograph to Record on Two Cylinders. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 April 1891

A Phonio6graph to Reciord on T v ,A phonograph to record on two' cyline2rs Simultaneously,so that one may be retained as aifile, or so tbat a message nmay be re peated from one cylinder to another, is one of the most recent iniprovenients i this line., The construction is said to permit of liatening to the record on one cylinder and simultaneoisly therewith dictiting a reply to the other cylinder/ or to allow two :per. sons to dictate at the same time. It will also reproiuce 'two 'like meiasis' siimizl" taneously,: thereby greatly increasing the volume of soun3, or a cylinder bearing a record be reproduiced on tihe plain' cylinder while the operator listens. Tnis phonograph is a patented inventioi of Mr. James P. 31aigenL, of Noith Adamds,lIMass.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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