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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. FOOTBALL MEMS. BRUNSWICK V. COBURG. BRUNSWICK WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 20 May 1891

.SPORTS AND PASTIMES. FOOTI3ALL XtEMS. BRUNSWICKi V. COHURG. ` BRUNSWICK WINS. The 'first niatch this season between the above clubs was played on the Coburg recreation reserve on Saturday last in the presence of a large number of spectators, barrackers being very plenti ful on both sides, and resulted in a victory for the Brunswick after a well contested game. B3rumley captained the visitors, and J. Benson acted in a like capacity for the Coburg. Mr. F. Lucas acted as central umpire, and gave general satisfaction. Last season the first mnatch hetiveen these clubs (on the Coburg ground) resulted in a, draw, lit on playing the return match on the Brunswick ground the 'Wicks came off victorious. The 'visitors' skipper, on winning the toss, elccted to kick towards' the cast end, a slight wind blewiig. towards that iquarter. On the ball being bounced it was at once takes into the locals terri tory, and Casey, from a 'free kick, marked to Bromley, who scored first behind of thel diy fr, ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 20 May 1891

Jo TALBOT cHINCHEfN Al11T1l TEUT, S 1j1VWFI O1 r VALUA'T'OR, Moreland Park Buildings, SYIJDNEY 91041), COIIURIG. J An t l 4otsrray.~ in o.lo tulukti of obCbufo iud -Mtorelanot Prsbt Jrai abbail, Sc~lioola: jNjjn: 1W. G. WkAE Ii [t as' kindtly consuitled to give one of hi i'OPULARt ,IBTh9RTA1NMIEN\ ,Couiotistgo" of y.'; tIUSICIAL;POETIGfr.!li' 00(liUJ1OUOL S, , REGjEIT4TIONS; :; Ili the 1'UliLtO `[TLALL j.COBUIIGI onii TUESD.Y,_'i '6th SAY. ClOtCE, SONGS,. SCQX C}i-IIUSIOUII, Y ?rANKEE fSOLL1EllX Douors iqin at 7.40. Commence ut S o'loc4k a:DMISSION is. MRS. J. TYLER, I'Prents hlir complinents tothLs resinests of the district, and docireto a00nounc thilt she M1s taken ovcr the tNlGMI.AL STORE {olo~ely carried oii by MGtoiran and M Nab, SYDNEY RIOAD) NOIDTII. where-abth will *eoititiuee tw-ell-hotie biilr - - est quality of lprovisiolns. .Fresh Eggs, Goodl hiilter;COrockcrv, Iron'. monooery, Iiostage Stamps, School .Iequisites. DR. W. P. MURPHY PHYSICIAN AN- .1'URG EON, Has commenced ...

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AMONGST THE COUNCILS. BRUNSWICK.—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 20 May 1891

AMONGST THE COUNCILS. ' BRUNSWICK.-Moonix. Present: OCrs. Fleming (mayor), d Driscoll, King, Lacey, ' ethen, tl 31organ, Phillips, and Trenoweth. COlt RES'ONVDENCE. Fronm Fred. Latham, of Brunswick- t road, drawing the attention of the council - to the condition of the street, which was almost impassable owing to the mod. The matter was refersed to the Public WVorks Committee. A report front the health ollicer, inspector, and surveyor, condemning buildings in Martin's lane, off Sydney- t road, as unfit for hmnan occupation, was, on the motion of Cr. King, re ceived, the occupants to receive notices informing them that the houses are not to be inhabited. From Public Health Department, forwarding copy of letter from, Mr. Edlhouse, of Lyle-street, respecting right-of-way at rear of his recidencc, and requesting report. The matter was taken into consideration with clause 7 of the Public Works Commnittee report. From G. Chipperfield, requesting that promise of pitching crossing at Blyth ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Novelist. In Love's Crucible. In Love's Crucible. CHAPTER II.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 20 May 1891

the lirst set is reads" This wyA. J Ir.'iltonl Ah, hers. is Miss Cartingford, Miss Carringford, Mr. Wilton. Takes Mr. Duissiast'a place to. :At t aiame of Mr. Wsilto the pterissl booiu. till creature gav? v.suddenstart t ruu,] indig natiioni, fht d a scorfaul glance at tie new Rtoteo, aild thifn said, oldly SIt will not be nicessary to discuss the buasi ness of thePlsarls; with Ir. Wihon. i f he ias phlayed it betore he' will know the usual blasiness. We can get along ,it l that for one nigh:t. The balcony sc?ine is the sinost importait,; ditd it would be impossible to instruct a novice ini the business ina taw mlinutes,'" t,' 'Batt,' expostnlatld the manager. 'llr Wilton is not a novice. iHe has played iii Landon for--' Slie turned.-toCaryl for .confirmatisn, and for dates and figures. i did not say for lhow matim' l iglits; : r when,' satd lihe. coolly. .1 hope, honver, to play imy part to Miss Carringford ''satisfaction. 1 would like to discuss .the balconywithl her but If she pr...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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McLeahcy's First Baby. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 20 May 1891

ScLahyey: "" Oi tuk 'day rill t'. how Jez hinm, byes: . i Quinlan: Powern,o': mud'l ibut'it's th' reat little felly. Whin'aro y= 'goin' l' clp th ears av him ?" h':Costigan : " They don't 'nde it. . They're seheanlloped.:Oi~l ide't knoiew ye orild)'iomau wor an Bl;etytli Dan'n;n I'-t?'i'?"'t'p.,.i", iP,??,?'?S McLeahey i 'Go an wid yure fun ; that' a right ! Caseidy : " Be looaki' elost Oi 'm av th' be Iato that wan av his eyes is snlatescolor au'. th' other white." Reagan : "Yure color.bhlind. Suree th' windies av him is th' only role Oinish mar.r:?r he has. They do be grane." SQinlan: "It's the line bait'he'd mek fer a char-i-rk I" ileLcabey: " Ci like tat?' " Costigan :. Say, Dainnv I" tMfcleahey: "l'twhat?" Costigan : " Haos he got ao he'll ate posthers yit ? Oi see he has hlor-a-rns shtartin'." Caesidy: "D' yen mind th' fine flat head he has behind it. He 'll be ashakin' Ditch soon." Keagan (in a loud whisper):." Th' 'onman that ',d marry Dan MIcLeahey deserves allta' throuble ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Novelist. O'Neil M'Darragh, THE IRISH DETECTIVE OR, THE STRATEGY OF A BRAVE MAN. CHAPTER III.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 20 May 1891

O' Nil I'Darragh, THE IRISIJ DETECTIVE / Or, THE STRATEGY OF A BRAVE MAN. By OLD SLEUTH. CHAPTER III.-(Coxrvlsn',) The lad was positive that he had not left the olfice until the time named, stating that a client had detained him; and the youth still further stated that he had heard his master remark to the visitor that he could give him no more time, as he had already missed a train which he had contemplated taking. From these facts, added to other little clues which he had been able to gather, O'Xeil H Darragh came to the positive con clusion thas Mr. Henry Trendall must have started for the railway station, and now the only question was, what had become of him? The detective, after walking about the platform for awhile, returned to the sitting room. The man Turner was still there. 'I'Darragh eat down to await develop ments. The time approanched for the making up of another trai.,aondthe later passengers began to assemble. Again the old homespun looking farmer was all attention. He...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Farm and Garden. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 20 May 1891

Farm n iltl sE:lrden. ----- .€. ÷ ?- Horticultural Info:rmation. - Tihe sources of nur tcultural tle luor at t t are varied and numerous, says " Vick's -Inthly," and probably no branch of industry in this coun, try, except that of agriculture, receives so much attention, end is so thoroughly and constantly examined and discassed. Every one. young and old, has opportunities to ac quire some practical wit on ithis subject, and It would be strange, therelfore, if we should not, as people, grow in that direction; that we do there is a-undnnt evidence. And yet, taking the country through, their number is so small that it can hardly be said that we have a class of professional gardeners. Our real gardencre, in a professionl scoense, are mostly English, Scotch, or German. The young men of this country who are trained to horticultural work, Ido Lot have the train ing that those of a similar class in England snd European countries receive. The condi 'ions are different, and, not less so, the...

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Two Famous Singers. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 20 May 1891

Two Famollols Sinigcrs. - Mario, Marquis of Canadia, 'one of the. ,greatest tenors of his own, or, indeed, of any ate, married in 1830 Giulia Grisi, .who rwas, perhaps, the greatest dramatic singer of this century. She died in 1Sf6I. He, after mak "inc and losing an enormous fortune, died in 188:1, at the age of seventy-five. liotif were remarkabhle people, not merely as artists, awl the lives of herot will, no doubt, some day be written. But 'it is already high time Sfor the serious biographer to take up his pen. While he is delaying, writers who have but fragmentary facts at their disposal are in vesting the careers of the two singers with legends and myths which, unless soon con tradicted, will eventually be accepted as historical. ' According to a sketch by one of these writers, recently published' in Paris, and which contains: statements that,, although they are probably itrot all tree, 'ire sufliciently uearious to deserve notice, Mario was the most extravagant individual that...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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CONVICT DAYS IN VAN DIEMAN'S LAND: TRUE CHRONICLES. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] No. I. THE WRECK OF THE PANTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 20 May 1891

CONVICT DAYS VAN DIEMAN'S LAND: TRUE CHRONICLES. o-.I. iTaeE Wsu:EC OF TILE PArTfEl. On the4tl ? of April, M1S3, tee covit ship Panther,:.sailed from Graves~nd ,waith two hundred and twenty transportees, a four;n of whoa. were females bound for 'han Dieman's Land, that how fertile .and pros perous island,but which was then celebrated in many a ribald song,'as tlie 'ades of'the evil.doer. To have been sent there meant si;cial ostracism, and t!ie ternm " Vaide-. mnioian" was-iinfiicely.'more opprobrious than to be dubbed with tihe Botany Bay or Norfolk Island appellation. There is no need here to describe the voy age of the P'antlher. It tias'beehn done so often, and the picture hias been so repellant that convict' ships have been rightly de scribed as 'Floating Hells." Two days be fore Christmas the -snow-capped' mountains of mouth-western Vari Dlieman's Land were sighted and the protracted voyage of more than 'nine months hadrleihausted' the pro visiocs and for a n:onth those on boa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 27 May 1891

MRS. J. TYLER, Preenats her compliments to the residents of the district, and desires to announce that she has taken over the GENERAL STOl'R formerly carried on by I'Gowan and M1Nab, SYDNET ROOAD NORTII. wheilre she cill continue to sell none lbut the l,est quality of provisions. Fresh Eggs, Good I:utter, Crckery, Iron mongery, Postage Stamps, School Requisites. Coburg v. ust ral]:: Pl'i t widi a Will' be played at -,obnrg.'- he r'follos bag, will relpresentthe Coburg ?Benson (3), ia liss' (2)', Bcinzl Haltle '1 inccr1 Edlicuse,, Carter~ :1iurray Downs, Clough Foletta, atliacsteri (2) `-Bellr O B3rin, i;lurton`; ;,;Belly;' Al Mahon, \VarridlckBunrnsa lid M'Lean) PPay rs are ;,cequcstedl1 to r turn;aup at 2.o0 or pract ttce #" 1t ;. b s ,ý POST. OFFICE, AND iTEL GRtAPIL.. :: - r DE~' IPAIrENT.ENT. Tli?NDERSt will be received hnntil twelve Lu' clo?0l i?-riTuesday, the I -Lth'June, for the CONVEYANCE OF 1'ARCELS from th'e Parcel Oflicci Melborrinc, and .thuir dis tribution at auldresse...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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SAFE ROBBERY AT COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 27 May 1891

SAFE ROBBERY AT, '' COBURGR G The 'ang of burgnlars who iviited Brunswick during the Jlatter! portion -of Jastweekcc appear to h'lve begun' operfa' tions in Coburg. Duriiig last Wdedi Te day night, thei pireliiisesc of Messrs Thlornley and Co., 'were entered, mida large irn: salrcetaken aUway to some unoccupied land about half, a mile off. The safe which weigghed 3 owt, was forced open but the robbers must have been greatly disappointed to find only Is. 3d. and some useless papers as the result of their risk and labour. The premuises entered, are a large hay and corn establishment, on Sydney-road, and nearly ,opposite the Corner Hotel, one of tlh, busiest places in the Shire. It is surmised that there were at least four thieves as the safe was carried and not carted away.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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PROPOSED SEVERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 27 May 1891

PROPOSED SEVERANCE. a inrge depnotitton iv id (in the Minisier of Putblic WVorklal stt \Vi dlie-J dlay morttilig, iri refernie to ti ~-I proposed Shvcriice' of ia portioti.of thle 1irunswick iunicipality tu bea tta~chel 'to Fitzroy. eopresoenatves' of o;e i l theitiimuiipfl'l councils were i prseunt, anud they were actoiitpanied by i ir erdl tilteitn~rsj of. Parliamet." Sir WJ J. Clarke, and Mlr. Donihl M ,lhilt, M. .O.'S, in :iddition to tie lIon. C. II. Pearson, itlld MrT. DI) u d Moutlhiin, ri4)rescit ttii in o the district, itn tihe Assembly adco:paitied tite Brtitswi.c: body. le 1 .itz~r, deputation, liald thi t services of Me[ssrs iTucker iml 1est tl' M.lsl.L.,t adtlvocate. tlhcir cause, and t1he best po sit;ie case wn iVsi~ods on tltetr blicilf. Afti'r Hiitchi ino: pltiently to the pros atlld cone of the niatter, 'tld 3iiiinter daedud that theIcre :was.no reason why tthe severance should Like plfcuic, andm conseruenth Brintidick is not-ito bo spoilcedl of porti,n of it terrio...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ASSAULTING A GRIPMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 27 May 1891

,,Jatnes Martin "a~ gr,:ii:tu uol. the. Brittswvi:k train ;ini, priuseeiteid a tita nam!d \V .1. 31. More. a the' Norti Melbouriirtt criir Un 'liii:rdy, the 1 [th inst. for aLsault. hi.'o ,prosecuitr gave :itldcleec, that ot tIhe night of April the - 21t, defeindant got;. on the. 'diutmiy an. Ii ello lted himuself itn ii i tjctiuhiable iiatutr. On being., remonuStrte.l -witi, Moore sti'nek him. Arthur IHarding, a iit ker in the einphoyy -f F?rilIrs. Il,.i win lk, hoiar the dispute and saw Muoorr e assauilt tie:l gripiian. B.ernardi \YVtalh" butcher,' of Bruns wicki ' swire thlt he he', ari Moore threatlaten to g'nt thegripman dismissed, st.ttin, lie wvas `i largo shiareholder in Moore swore at lltn 'gripulll i after, strikiinf hiit once, anid said, Yes you -- , itutl:ll strike youl agati." ' For~ thi defenl'ce, Mo~ri'saidi,,thatl the duiuiiiy seat was wvot;, aid being auinoyed, 1.i1 tod tile griptan it iwas pity. the seats cold not blie kept dry. lie was then, abulms?idi, .taid tli`...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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MAKING TEA WITH KEROSENE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 27 May 1891

MAKING TEA WITH"' ,-KEROSENE. " iian oho gets out ofhet at two b'clo?doL i the mornig;, lights a fire aind puurs, tiin.of keroin long keitrosene to makwe tit i Drs. Henry andm Hamilton said to he a'« "hingl'shiort"; WLia offrne, et'; is centric c wonduered t thas been r Brunswick ed a no bonie but athe merry Christian.Misfcldt beforc th local beici yterdalz1 orning9ii a !charge of lu nacy, burglar scy atfo d prescu in thave smuchall enterprise in this districtling keroslde to miake tena Drs. Henry and Hilamiiton rtbably t thought e 'swould waniy, arm the bendcs senthiw to the asylum. Mis fcldt ccentric conduc has beei re miarkcd for soiiie timie past. He has been for iiiany years past a resident of Brunswick, iid as no one but the merry hurgJar scimis it presenit to hare imuch eaterprise in this district, Misfeldt pro bably thought lie would warmi tihe locaility up.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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General Gatherings. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 27 May 1891

?eneral Gatlaerlngs. SChristopher Columbus was only fourteen years old when he made his first voyage in a vessel under the command of his grand-n uncle, Colombo, and for twenty years he followed the sea, touching at the islands along the west coast of Africa, and sailing far up to the north of England on some of his voyages. The moon revolves round the earth, and the earth, .carrying the moon with it, re volves round thesun. Just so in a triple star system we behold one star revolving round another, and the two together re volving round a third. The resemblance goes even further, for the smallest star of the three revolves around the secooC in mite, and that in its turn around the largest." The United States has 8St paper mills and 1,109paper machines; Ge rmany 809 mns and SUL machines; France 402millsand 525 machines; Scotland 6t mills and 98 machines : Ireland 13 mills 13 machines ; Russia 133 mills and 137 machines; and Austria 220 mills and 270 machines. Clay which is pure white...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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SAVED FROM MISERY [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 27 May 1891

fti SAVED FROM MISERY r:,Al M:rs. Fanny Dent, wife of a gentlhefifn pi employed! in the Lambton ?olleries, liii~Il;y d ;allows us to publish the foilowing,,; facts ; of hel:lifefinteretting case andl wonderful. recovery,, which we. gather :front' her correspondence, and :which we shliall"e tl glad :"o allow anyomin to peruse., who g wishes to do so. Mrs. Dent has been n in astate of extren e'debility for twelve ye:irs, frequeiritly. quite unable to do allny work, the. lightest kind causing great faltigue, with severe pains in the limbs, back, 'ail left side ,o severe! iwas the p/ain th t slhe would liave 't ci'sit or liHe down frequently. Wailking cxercise was it very tr.iug and site could only walk very slowly. Sit, had long sce, CUlements Tonic advertised, but like .lmanty iore people, lier husband was iiprejudicet agailiot "'l tacitu' iediciueS," but (now It we use her own words) -.:1 kniew soieg oi, wh, had tried Clements FTunic, andI I decided ti get a bottle: oin. the quiet: a...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE DUPLICATION OF THE COBURG RAILWAY. (To The Editor of the Leader.) [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 27 May 1891

, CORRESPONDENCE. THE «tDUPLICATION O OE. THiE .?fiirc. -,COBURG dRATLWAY:,,., ;,",: (o(',o The Editor 'of' the Ladder.) i.-ir,-Wliilat perusing the last isno ofyou'r jiiper, I hapiened to see a small article under the heading of '" Josh Billings' Prayer," re the duplication of tle Coburg line. I bg to state that the duplication is going on much quicker than a good many contracts would be done, considering the contingencies that have to be met. Your wriler, whoever he may be, says it is goiug on, " slowly -very slowly." When lie says this I can only say that it is an erroneous mistake. It is. nothing but the mad wanderings of a bewildered mind. Tile writer, whoever hlie is, must take into consideration that the world was not built in day, and I think lie must be like a good many more,. as for instance, lie would like, no doubt, to. have it all finished in about three weeks or so from the time that the men first went on to wI ork. If lie thinks that people vil 'ie of oli age before i...

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DISPUTED NURSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 27 May 1891

DISPUTED MURSING.I Mrs. Hannabery enlivened tl; usually dull proceedings of the Brunswick court on Wednesday. She sued a niIn nauied Baxter for £15, a debt iicurred- for board and lodging. Thle: amount' wi s disputed, and Mr. Shannon; wlho ap peared for defendlant, had a liv?ly' tiine with Mrs. Hlannabery. She igavL her evidence in:a voluble manner and though sle couild neither read or write, shI :li ad a fair statement of her claim drawn nip). It appeared that Baxter had recently oeiic into a sminlU l~gacy of £300, :and :hli at once set about "knocking it down." His prolonged drinking, bout brought ii illness, and Mrs..Hannabery iundertook to bring hini roiund.' It" was aserted in Court that she gave ium large quantities of drink, 'and in fictt Senior-Constable Daividsn;, of West ,Brunswick,- had. to caution her on the matter: When asked by Mr. Shinnon wliat se niursed Baxter on;' ir. Hairnniabery' promiptly answered ':.on my own feather bed," and slie icit, on. to say tliat bliewe...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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The Coburg 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 20TH, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 27 May 1891

" I am in the pilae where 1 am demanded of conscience to speak the trath, and there fere the truth I speak, impugn it whos list." MAY zorne, tSqi. Few. i unicipalities have been so for tunate as Melbourne in the laying out of their streets. JIr. Hoddle, the gentle rian who surveyed our chief city, coni ferred an inestitiable boon on posterity by the wise forethought- he displayed in planning tihe streets. He surveyed `for all time, and not for a day. lesidents of Brunswick, especially( imustoften coui pare the condition of their 'district, in the natter of highways, very unfavorably with Melbourne. Tliere are really only two streets that are entitled to thde 'lieic of thoroughfares. These. arc Syd ne road andl Lygon-street. The former is not What it'might be: on accoiut of its narrowness, but that is a'defedt tiiit Will never be remedied. Inustead of the couuncil, liweve-r, doirig whiat it :can to relieve the trallic on the road, ite ap parently, acts in the opposi?e tiiianner. Fron...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 27 May 1891

"THE COBURG LEADER." PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, At BATES' BUILDINGS, SYDNEY ROAD, COBURG; PRICE-ONE PENNY. o be, obtained at THis LEADER Office, eº of Mrs. Summers, News Agent. JOB PRINTING of Every Description executed in the best style. C Ga.Gos MODERATE. ULL hparticulars of Church Work, to V C gether with reports of proceedings of Friendly Societies, Football, Cricket' and all Athletic Clubs will be given in the'colinins of "THE LEADER," and it, is hoped that leaders anidSecretaries will recognise our en-'. deiror to' ater 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 I our news columns, should be forwarded to the Editor not later than Monday evening, otherwise their publication cannot be i guaranteed. Our columns are open to all intelligent correspondents without respect to creed or I color, with the proviso that all corres...

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