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POLICE NEWS. COBURG—TUESDAY. Before Messrs. Vincent (chairman), and Voice, J's.P. BREACHES OF BY-LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

POLICE NEWS. COBURG -TUESDAY. Before MesFrs. Vincent (chairman), and Voice, J's.P. BREACHES OF BY-LAWS. The police and the inspector of cattle proceeded against a number of residents for breaches of by-laws. Small fines were inflicted in each case. NIPPIN'e CRIME IN THE BUD. Charles Brown, George Williams and Thomas M'Leod were charged by Sergeant Iass as being idle and dis orderly persons. They pleaded not guilty. Sergeant Bass said on the night of the 4th inst., a resident of Cambellfield was coming along Sydney-road on horse-back, when the dark man (Williams, a Malay) seized his horse's head, and tried to stop him, but he got away. William Holloway, the, person re ferred to, gave evidence corroborative of the sergeant's statement. John Williams, sworn, said at a quarter past seven he met the prisoners on Sydney-road, near Campbellfield, and Williams tried to stop his horse. The night was very dark. Constable Selwood, of Campbelifield, gave evidence that when informed of previous ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Humorous. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

. n: jiosnorous'. A IHEN is like the British empire- erscn never sets. Tini dentist is a much sought man f,;r li fills an aching void. WiEN a ship goes down the presiimiption is that it didn't have a good hold.' ' .. "Is this old latch key reicof your grandfather's days?" " No; of his nights." CUSTOMEI ; "Hve yon anything to 'cure a cold?" Druggist: I"eavens !,.Have, you no; friends?" No wonder- hecais' are so often wooiiid ;. 2 they'refsubjcct to to much l eating. OSE-. AtF ofthe worilda des t snowh ' the other half lives; but it is trying to find out,just the same. ,':;1i.K'; ::! i : How: good a ani is'to ihis wife the, fist. day after she has caught him-doing some thing wrong. zV :1. 'i ' SuE (.fter a lover's qtsirrel) :-"You may returin nylletters:"-'.' . He (editor) : "DidSyou'inilose stamps s.',: ::. WALTE,:: Do you o jb to ci Miss Perte? . .....- . , -Miss Pel t: "l'ever, unless" they are lighted." . S" . , T is'all.ight for a.girlbo look into the, future,' bht it is: not, be...

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From Night to Morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

Last night I heard a bird singing A plaintive, pathetic strain, As if in the strife of its tiny life It had caught the note of pain. And I said : " 0 world of sorrow, Art thou with wrong so stirred, That thy grief and woe in tears must flow Through the song of a little bird 2" But this morning I heard the bird sing ing A jubilant song, and sweet, K .., And every note from that swelling throat W ith happiness seemed replete., And I said: " 0 world of gladness, Thou hast sunshine enough,for all; Thoughl tlie night hbath fears, and sorrow, - a d tears, Joy comes at the morning's call."

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Song of the Rejected. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

Song of thc Rjccted. I will no longer Eue my Sue, My suit is spurned and oft denied; The same slim prude!is lodelyTPrue, And Mollie is,unmollified. Delia no more with me will,deal ':Although ?he holds mnyheart in snare, Lcannot make Ophelia feel The darts that she has planted there. Mabel I'm ible to bfe 'ae' :e From you, no more I am your slave, And Grace, unless Jou smilo on me, I shall go giaceleEs to the grave: . , ' My Flora's heart will not, o'crflow To my half-crazed appeals at all; And:Minnie's most emphatic "No," It strikes me like a minie ball. And although Dora I adore -i; .'Yet she for me will never care; '-Thbogh Corn pierccd my bosrom's core ' . She will not heed my suppliant prayer., And Mead is modest Fhen I'm near, 'My preseice she ciinbot abide, &ud in regard to Clara ;.dear, .. ; ;.. My mind is still unclarified. And Winnie I can never win, . And Carrie's heart won't carry me; And Mary, though with constalnt:din' I plead, will never marry me. Sacred Scarle...

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Potatoes in Different Ways. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

. .otloCs la Difjfent fl i .us. ;Does aniybody want to know the varia tions played in our kitchen on the tune of plain, cold, boiled potatoes? ]Here they are : Milk is the key.note, and the first recice is this : Put three-fourths cup of milk-wilit the cream on-in a shallow trying-pan; heat to boiling point, then, add a pint of cold sliced potatoes, salt, pepper, and a generous lump of butter; simmer gently a few minutes, and serve hot. A second recipe is : one cup of mnilk to which, when it boils, is added a tablespaonful of corn-starch paste, then put in one pint of potatoes .cut in dice, and the salt, pepper and butter needful. Or instead' of corn starch, stir in a well-beaten egg just. before serving. The other variations are made by, using the above ingiedients and adding different flavors :as at one time sprays of fresh parsley: at 'another boiled earn cu't from the cob : at. another a sliced onion or two-though these last must be cooked in water awhile before beingaidded to t...

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House and Garden. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

Slose so and Garden. "Isn't it strange," said a short, foreign looking man the other day to some com panions while lunching together at: one of the restaurants, " that not one cook in lilty, nor housekeeper, either, knows how to boil an egg? And yet mniost people think they know this simple matter. They will tell you todrop it into boiling water and let it remain three minutes, and to b?e sure the water is boiling. Here is where the mistake is made. An egg so prepared is indigestible and hardly fit for a well person, let alone one who is sick, to eat. The moment it is pilnged into boiling water the white hardens and toughens. To boil an'egg properly, put, it in a vessel, cover with cold water, place over the fire. and: the scond tlhe water be. gins to boil your egg is done. : The white .is as delicate as jelly iand 'as "'easily digested and nutritions as itshould be." Try it. An hotel clerk has discovered a cheap and effiectual pen wiper. It is nothing more or less than a good:sized...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

MRS. J. TYLER, Presents her compliments to the residents of thu district, and desires to announce that she has taken over the GENERAL STORE formerly carried on by 3M'Gowan and 11'Nab, SYDNEY ROAD NORTIH,. where she will continue to se~ll none but thie be- hest quality of provision. - Fresh Eggs, sool Butter. Crockery, Iron m?ongery, Postage Stamps, School Requisites. DR.. W. P.. MURPHY I ItYSICtIN AND SURGEON, l ns coiniinbliuccsdprtice at SYDMIY ROAD. 'CUiUrU,, C.'M q.xl th.e 'olic St:tion),, CGolt i,la ' inL-s :i--9 a.m.1n to 11 a.m 0'3: stin. to . 30 piti. ; G u ilto .30 p.m. GRUNDY & CO., SYMDNDY IIOAD, CCOURG. ESTATE AND FINANCE AGENTS. .LoL\s NEGOTIATED. NissRANCES: FFECTED. RENTS COLLECT:L, ,e. SBuilders, C'ontr.ctors'and Valuators. P 'las nS:ld Specilica:tious iprepared. ESTiMATES GIVEs. Anyone a?uiit to huihl or pirchase a home :'"wouhl lo well to consult us. LoIl ngent't for the 'riunswick Starr Bow kettBuoillindg Society, ;:'': · , ~ .: -7"7 0 WM. WALKER, iiUNtto ...

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Recipes. SMALL DELICATE CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

Recipes.i . SMALL DELICATE 'CAKES. When company comes unexpectedly and no cake is on hand, the following is quickly made and is more palatable than a large cake cut hot. One nad a half teacups of sugar, beaten whites of three eggs, four taplespoonfuls of melted butter, half a tea cup of corn-starch and the same of milk. Dissolve the starch in the milk, add nutmeg or lemon juice and nearly a pint of flour with a teaspoon of baking powder. Bake in little cake tins previously buttered. COMIOTE OF .L'PLES. Pare and extract the cores from line, juicy apples, medium tart. Put thelm into a deep pudding-dish, with just enough water to cover thenm. Cover the dish, place in a moderate even and stew until they are tender, liemove te tapples and pince in a deep dilsh to keep hot. Turn the juice into a sauce pan. adding a cupful of sugar for each cup of juice, season with a few bits of lemon rind, and boil up until thickened almost like a jelly. 'our this, while scalding hot, over the apples and...

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FOOTBALL MEMS. BRUNSWICK V. ALBION UNITED. BRUNSWICK WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

'F.OdTI ALL" Mut?s ia. o i .3t1 'rUSWICK.. V . 'ALBION .°: The above unateli w placd' I;s Saturda; in th?e iprescnce of:. a large' number of spectators. ,Tis lbeiiig: the first inatch for the Junior Premierslhip, and as the visitors were only defeated nit two occisions last :soeison iind were ,regarded as' oie of the . ini;mst teanis the locals will have to meet, great interest was tikel. in the result. "The Brinswiick teinm was greatly strcbgthened by: the inclusiti of R. Stroug, '(from' Ca:rltbn), lHope, (from Britannia), and Smith, (fhroln North Mlelbourne). Brmnloey won the toss and decided 'to kick towards the Park-street goal.. On the ball. being bounced in the 'centre sonime uninteresting play followed. -The Albion' forced the leather ol to the local's goal where Roach securedta mark and by a splendidci' place kic scored first goal for Albion. Brunswick next rushed the oval forward, .Sithl quickly making the gamie -even with a nice goal, Fraser shortly after putting tup .numb...

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Canning Green Tomatoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

~A correspondent asks whether " green to. matoes can be profiablyv cannedfor winter use ?'! I have successfully cannied theni fo' a number of years. - I generally' use those that remain unripened when .the cool weather conies"on. Select those hat tliave not even commenced' to turn; iwash them clean and cut tlein into pieces as you would apples for: stewing (you need not l-el them unless you want them very nice).; put.them, in a porcelain-lined Lor agate-ware kettle, cover with water and .let, them come to ,a boil to remove the strong taste and bright gree dcolor ; take them out in :'colander a-d drain off all the, water, then replace them in the kettle after havinig 'eiglhed them, adding half a pound of light brbwn sugar to each pound; let them boil about an hour or more, being careful to'stir very fre quently: to. prevent burning; about 10i minutes' before"you'-itke them from the kettle slice ledmons enough'to allow tio "or three slices in eachijnr; fill:the jars and fasten up air-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

Having an Extensive Circulation throughout the Immediate and Surrounding Districts, our columns afford Unequalled Advantages for Advertising, and supply Tradesmen, Manufacturers and others with the best means of giving publicity to their various trades and callings.

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POLICE NEWS. BRUNSWICK.—WEDNESDAY. Before Dr. Talbot (chairman), and Messrs. King, Felming, Stranger, George, Crook, and Dr. Henry, J's.P. DRUNKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

POLICE NEWS. BRUNSWICK.—WEDNESDAY.     Before Dr. Talbot (chairman), and Messrs. King Fleming, Stranger, George, Crook, and Dr. Henry,   J's.P. DRUNKS. John Blythe was charged with being   drunk and disorderly. Constable Reddie gave evidence as to the offence, and as there were six previous con- victions, a fine of 40s., in default seven days' imprisonment, was inflicted. William Rear charged Charles Hillier with unlawful assault and in- sulting behavior. Prisoner pleaded guilty, and after Constable Scholes had given evidence, Hillier was fined 20s., in default three days' imprisonment, as it was his first offence. William Pippen pleaded guilty to being drunk, and was fined 5s., in default 24 hours. James Hegarty was charged with being drunk in a public place. He pleaded not guilty. Senior-Constable   Davidson gave evidence as to the outrageous conduct of Hegarty, and said he was a perfect nuisance in the neighbor- hoo...

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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

Interesting Items.   CANADA has about 25,000 telephones in use. GOETHE began the first part of "Faust" as early as 1776. THE celebrated star Algoi has a diameter of 1,116,000 miles, or 256,000 times greater than our sun.   GLUE from whale refuse is a new article of commerce in Russia. NICKEL and chrome strata have been discovered in Silesia. NO less than 1,173 persons have been buried in Westminster Abbey. FRANCE last year supplied England with no less than 566 521cwt. of butter. NO less than 1,225,000 cwt. of fresh mutton were imported into the United Kingdom in 1889. BRITAIN pays for sending letters across the Atlantic 3s. per lb., and America pays for sending letters there 1s. 10d. per lb. IN five years 538 licenses were suppressed in Scotland when they came up for renewal without a farthing of compensation. IN London there are.3000 fewer paupers than in 1889, 5,000 fewer than in 1888, and 8000 fewer than in 1887. THE French Minister of Public Works has ...

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Novelist. In Love's Crucible. CHAPTER I. THE GHOST OF THE PAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

1 ovcu1t. In Love's Crucible. jly BERTHA iA!. CLAY. CHAPTER I., THE GHlOST OF TliE FAST. For fifteen long years fartineigh Hall had held its doors shut to friends and strangers alike; for fitecon long years a shadow bad hovered over it, anid the gloom of a dead past had filled it. The silence of a buried life had brooded there, and the people had learned to shun it. And now, of a sudden, tile doors had been thrown open, and life and gaiety, beauty and fashion thronged its erstwhile gloomy chambers. Frveywindowgleanmed joyosly withl the warm blaze, and soft, melting strains of music mingloed ith the hIum of sweet voices and the rustle of silks and satins; and white shoulders gleamed, and bright eyes flashed with Cupid's artillery; and hearts were lost and won. And the lawns and drives were gay with many coloured lamps, and alive with liveried servants ; and the pebbled driveway crunched under Epringing hoofs and grinding wheels. And the gloom and silence of Ilartleigh hall were drive...

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The Cobury Leader. "I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak, impugn it whose list." MAY 13TH., 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

" I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and there- fore the truth I speak, impugn it whoso list." MAY 13TH., 1891. CHINESE gardens may be useful institu- tions for the public, but even that point is a very debatable one. There can be no question, however, that their presence in crowded centres of population is ex- tremely undesirable, for the methods of the yellow-skinned gardeners do not conduce to sanitary improvement. Vegetation thrives on filth, and the Chinese tiller contrives to gather the greatest amount of offensive matter on his vegetable patches that it is possible to do. Both Coburg and Brunswick suffer from the presence of such gardens in their main streets, and though the nuisance inspectors of these places use their eyes and noses to detect glaring breaches of the Health Act, there is no doubt that these reeking gardens do sanitary harm that is not rovpided against in the Statute Book. Even were this not so, these places, with their ba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

"THE COBURG LEADER."   PUBLISHED EVERY 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. CHARGES MODERATE. FULL particulars of Church Work, to- 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- deavor to cater for readers in every depart- ment, by forwarding for insertion all special advertisements, and according us a share of their patronage. Items of interest, and any articles intended for insertion in our news columns, should be forwarded to the Editor not later than Monday evening, 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- de...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

NEWS AND NOTES. "Why do you go there?" was an exclama- tion overheard between two Coburg ladies the other night. "Because I find that for   quality and prices M'Crory's groceries are really the cheapest in the end I have tried other supposed cheap grocers, but I have come to the conclusion that 'quality is the   true test of cheapness.' However, if you doubt my word, give him a trial and see for   yourself; his establishment is at Sydney-   road, Coburg."—ADVT. The widening of Hardings-road is occasioning some trouble to the Coburg council. Mr. Collins wants £100 and his fence shifted for the piece required from him, Miss Virtue, £38, and Mr.   Booth, £70, and to shift the fence and   trees himself. The two latter amounts   have been agreed to, but Mr. Collin's claim has yet to be settled. The health officer of Coburg put in a claim for £10 10s. at the last meeting of the council for special w...

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Novelist. O'Neil M'Darragh, THE IRISH DETECTIVE; Or, THE STRATEGY OF A BRAVE MAN. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

.TIETRISH[DET?ECVTIV ; Or, THE STRATEGY: OF A BRAVE MAN. - - -+": -- P,:. OLD SLEUTiH. ----+****- CHIAPrER 1. " Gin I find a detective here?" Thier cords were spiken in a sweet tie mulous voice,and fell from the lips of a beau tiful young lady. D'Neil '%1D.rragh, a new man in the force, chanced to be seated alone in the (fh:e of the chief of detectivee. 0 .AI Thera was a mystery associated with this man M Darragh. lie had been at p)inted a policeman, and within the same week he hau been detailed a3 a e setive. N3 one appeared to know from whence I o ecme, or how it was he succeeded in securing the promotion in a few days, which, accord ing to custom, was awarded only after years of f.ithful service. Ordinarily, the old members of the force would have made it unpleasant for a new cormer thrust upon them in the manner de scribed. There was something, however, in the general demeancur and appearance of O'Neil M-Darragh which commanded respect from thetirst moment that he had entered th...

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Industry and Genius. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

SIntdustry and Genius. The difference between genius end talent may a-pest to some minds as too slight to be easily or clearly distinguishable. Yet between them there is a generally conceded differenc. But if, as some writers aEssrt, genius is but another name for industry, then surely it is no easy task to define talent. Our notion is that genius is the highest degree of ability; and talent is that degree which is exceeded in value and intensity only by genius itself. Men of genius occupy the first rank, accord. ing to the popular verdict. Men of talent are at the head of the second rank, when they barely fail of work wvhich denotes genius. Those who possess the latter are never challenged as to their right to the title there of-especially when their wgrk displays its presence in a marked and indisputable degree. Men of talent attract notice, or excite admiration, whenever their work happens to be excellent without being great; or when their manner indicatcs a taste for the superio...

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The Longevity of Trees. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 May 1891

The Longevity of Trees. I **+-------- It is generally admitted that European trees have rarely exceeded the very respect able age of 800 years. Thus, recent information gathered by the German Forestry Commission assigns to the pine 50) and 700 years as a maximum, 123 years to the silver fir, 2715 years to the larch, 215 ycars to the red beech, 210 years to the a-pen, 200 years to the birch, 170 years to tihe ash, 1 15 years to tie alder, and 130 years to the elm. The heart of the oaks begin to rot at about the age of 300 years. The holly oak alone escapes this law, and there is a specimen of this aged 110 years in exist ence near Alschafenburg, in Germany. At the Edinburgh Forestry Exhibition, four years ago, there were exhibited two ltansverse sections of a couple of Scoth firs. One of these, which wasseven and a quarter feet in diameter, was 217 years of age; the other, which was but live and three quarter feet in diameter, was older, and exhibited 270 annual rings. A Scqusia sgig...

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