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PROFITABLE ROSES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

PROFITABLE ROSES. Itoses, though generally aidmired as the most beautifull flower, are not universallI- recognisedl as the profit able .article of conunerce that they really are. Trade roses are grown in various parts of Europe, but chiefly at Grusse, in France. and N nsat iiik , in iulgaria. where great stretches of rose ,gardens pro\ idec the chief su ply of roses for the markets of the world. The highly cult ivated roses are uIsele s for cot itnertcit pur poses, and both at Grasse and KNa sanilik it is the cahlbage rose that is chiely gtrown-t- he rose 'of a hlin dred petals," as they call it in Southern France. The Grasse roses are used chielly for poadinles, soaps. rose-water, anld coniniodities ; and the demand inade hI the tantufact trers of such on the roes--growers of Grasse can be partly guaget from the fact that more than 2,5 , Oihttittll. of roses are annually gathered inl the district. Es±eiance-or. ts it is called, attar of roses-is rarely untide in France. ott accouni...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NO TROUBLE TO MARY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

NO TROUBLE TO MARY, Daughter of the House (to new maid): You may go to bed ow., Mary, at remoniember, we breakfast at nine. New.Maid: All right, miss. If I ain't down, you needn't wait.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Good for Cut Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Good for Cut Flowers. To prolong the life of cut flowers two professors of the School of Agriculture at Rennes, France, have recently compared the effect of var ious solutions with that of plain water. Over 100 dilfferent kinds of flowers were tried. It was found that most of themn would live and stay fresh much longer if some sugar was put into the water in which they were kept. Sugar, however, was no help to tulips, daisies, or chrysanthemums, and it was a positive injury to lilies and sweet peas. It accelerat ed the opening of the buds, especial ly of roses and orchids. Smnll quantities of chloral, ether, glycerine, alcohol, lime water, and even ammoinia salts, served to lengthen the lives of various kinds of flowers. The watcr thus "modi fied'" sIhould coIme as Inear us pos sible to the hlossomios. na otheir' words, the stemis shouldrl be itl mersed as deeply as iIossible. Some of the flowers kept in sugar and water lived four times as long as would ordinarily be the case. The a...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Some Eyes Find Things Easily. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Some Eyes Find Things Easily. - +------- All good eyes do not see alike. People whose eyes will show the samie focus by an expert test do not see alike. They may look at the smie object and see it entire l" dj~i rent. tSomue then are adopts it finding somrethi :g with their eyes, while their companions who may possess just as good vision are not able to locate objects at all without great difliculty. The man who can walk about the lawn or in the park and pick up four-leaf clovers has 'an. eye that is worth big money to him. tie can easily be trained to see things that the ordinary man will miss, or have to look a long time to find. Some men who go hunting can see a. squirrel in an oak or hickory tree with apparent ease, while others will go strolling about the timber and neveor see the animals at all. It is the same way in the open field. The rabbit can be found sitting by sonie while others will almost -run over the creature before they can. detect it. This ability is a gift. It is...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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The Re-Subdivision of Brunswick into Four Wards. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

The Re-Subdivision of Brunswick into Four Wards. An important conference betiween the various Progress Associations of Brunswick will be held to-morrow ovening. to consider thle questionl of dividing the city into four wards. Mr J. J. Lanigan, the eneilgetic secretary of the North-west BBrunswivick Associa lion. is taking mnuchl interest in the Iieosal, anrd warmly s1uppor'ts the ideas advocated in thle leading article il tilhe Leader"' a few weeks :ago. r. Lanigan considers the ar'luiments put torwiar'd in the ar 1icle are iinansiiri'erabWle. It was 'now tenerally admiitted tihat the present dlivtision into three wards is tinequ it 1h''. as ii Neith - ord (with three councillor: representing half the city) has only half the representation as the rst of Brunswic. Iit is alo recognis 1d that to have the city polled as one wlr(l. tlhat is, the iabolition of the wards' sxsterm. would only mean that the thinly settled parts woulld not be rep rt'ent'rl at aiil. as the representa tivoe wo...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Ten Times Round the Globe. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Ten Timnes Round the Globe. ----+ The cable lines of the worldl amount, in a grand total, to over two hun dred and sixty thousand miles, more than enough to draw a girdle ten times nround the earth at the Equator. This work hIas all been accomplished since 1865. The long est. li:e is from England to Aus rnalia by wayt of the Cape of (Good Hop ope. J .),000 milesf The bus iest section of the sea bottom is, of course, the North Atlantic, seven teen cables centring in the St. Lawrence section and New York. TIhe longest stretch without a re lay st it ion is from Vancouver to Fanning Island in the North Pa ciic, mnin iay between Australia and aiconover, 3.il00 miles, made neces sir by the riule of thie British Government forbidding calble land 1ings on any save 1ritish soil.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Farewell To Rev. W. McKie [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Farewell To Rev. W. McKie 4-------- A ifarewel l social etvening was ten dered by the congregation of Holy I rinity Church of England. Coburg, on Tuesday evelning, in the schoolroomi adtinning the church to the Rev. W. Mc lit and Mrs. McKie. on their ap proachilng departuire. The Rev. Canon 11ancock, of Moonce Ponds, presided, or requestit, anld the attentdance of ladies anud gentlemen in itself formed an eloquient testimony to the feeling of esteem and affection which the Rey, Mr. McKie and his wife have secured ifrom not only the. congregation of Hioly Trinity, but the people of Coburg during their stay of seven months. Opportunity was taken of the gatlih ering to make a presentation to the reverend genutleman of a cheque for LSS. as an offering of sympathy and esteem from his congregation and front the residents of Coburg. Sym pathy in the great loss sustained by Mr. and Mrs. McKie in the disastrous fire at the vicarage and esteent front all those with wllhon they hnad been )brou...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Awkward Cash. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Awkward Cash. Pure silver, broken into small, irregular pieces, forms the pay of the Chinese soldier. .Payment is an extraordinary process. The whole of the night preceding is occupied in weighing out for each man his required quantity of silver, which is a very tedious business, and only successfully acconiplished ,m ieinite care, for here a piece the riz/ of a pin's head has to be cliippeti olf. and there a piece of simil;ir mmi nute proportions added. EImh lmaim's silver hits ar marefllo wrapped in paper. withi his name en dorsed upon it. and the arionus Tar cels are dtistrihittedi upion Iparade. A private receives three anid a half taels--eqlual to abouIt nineteen shill ings-a month, and, ha ing got his silver parcel, loses no time in ex changing the pieces at the nearest trade-man's shop, where for each tadel (t5s, 5d.) he receives 1,000 Small pins, sidled cash.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Wells v. Carpentier. A BATTLE OF STYLES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Wells v. Carpentier. A BIATTLE OF STYLES. 'The folloi in is fro1 "T'lhiu l'imnes of December the Sthi : The mnuchl-discussed '0-roundl contest blet-et'n lllBombardieri Wells. the heary weight clihampion of theli-Britishl Isles, aend Geoirgges C(a. rpcntielo, the famous French boxer. takes pinee toi-night at thiie National !1porting1 Club. It is certain that no such crowd-comn 0 .ilinig figiht has Ibeen staged at the he'adqluarteris of pt"oiessional boxing 1iteC Tonunuy Biurns an1 d oIIinCer 3moir foiugIht there some yearis ago for thelo H " ry-wieight Championshipi of the woi)It the former retaining the title easily' enough. very foot of sitting (anid standindit) 0room will he effecti'vely olO pied to- ineht w1lheu the great matla begiolns. In all .ilt. 10lOt per htoi cuoiilit it 1(111rrrl iiiIt tliihi-ci>t sonls will hare it view of tilt, expen riv proceedlins. and if there had been accomunodation in the clubs re coltiv-extended thnatr e for five times as indyiu. it could haIe b...

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DETECTIVE'S RUSE. HOW A THIEF WAS TRAPPED. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

DETECTIVE'S RUSE. -4-------- HOW A THIEF: WAS TRAPPED. Some years ago a famous detec tive outgeneralled a criminal whose craft and cunning the former real ised were in normal circumstances probably superior to his. The scene (says Vhc "New York Tribune") was of of the larger cities in Pennsylvania. A hank had been rolbbed systemat ically for over a period of four months. and after a -week spent secretly on the case the-detective was pretty sure that the suciession of robberies was to be laid at the cashier's door. Proof positive, however, was lack ing, and the detective, although his mind was made up as to the S cashier's guilt; appreciated that he had absolutely nothing in the way of concrete evidence wherewith to lodge -even an indirect charge against the suspected man. It was essential that the cashier be given no hint that the robberies had been noticed, and especially no hint that he was under suspicion. Posing as a banker from the West, the detec tive came into contact with th...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Choirmaster's Conduct and Comments. To the Editor of "The Brunswick and Coburg Leader." [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Chdirmaster's Conduct and Comments. To the Editor of "The Brunswick and Cobuhnrg Leader." Sir,-My attention has been drawn to a letter signed "Au Australian, which appeared in your last issue. While giving absolute denial to the spurious allegations made therein, the fact of it being anonymous proves the foeman unworthy of my steel, and I will not stoop to deal with such as he. -Yours, etc.. H. J. BAILEY. 7 Cameron street, North Brunswick, 1911114, 11Husband: My dear, I thought we were going to practise economy for a time. Wife: So we are, dear. I rwent down to countermand the order you gave your tailor for a suit,. and bought a hat that cost only haf the amount.

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Coburg Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Coburg Pictures. Pictures at Lake Hall -tili continue to draw well, and the opeii-air has beeon a big attraction an:id hais added to the enjoyment of the entertain ments. Last Saturday the picture" were well up to the usual tan lnard. and next Saturday a Thanhoaiser 2 reel special is billed--I ndr 1Two Flags. This is a beautiful picture aed will prove worth while paying a v;isit to witness. Next Tuesday the Battle of toardý. burg will be shown. This is a thrill ine story of the Boer war. The Willis family leave Cape Town. start to er s the Veldt to Kimberley. The entire party perish of thirst. n iti the axcep tion of little Ellen. whose father stica water in order to save her life. She is found by the Beers and adonied ' a family named Jouhert. Te nty years later Ellen is the belle of Ja.c - del. Charles Willis. her brother, who remained behind in Cane Town o -lun the family crossed the Veldt, is a Brit ich captain. The Boer war rages and JToubert's farm beconues a hbattleeld. after...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Professional Column. Miss Irene Gait, A.LCC.M. Teacher of Pianoforte, TERM commences First Lesson. Instruction Day or Night "Roseneath", 20 Hardy Street, East Brunswick. 'Phone B'Ik, S2 Voice Culture & Production, Careful & Thorough Tuition. Terms Moderate. V.' Powell, 81 Albion St., West Brunswick Mando ie Taught Terms Moderate. R;nid Progress. .OUPWLAND. BRUNSWICK COLLEGE SYDNEY ROAD. Principal: ROBERT McKAY. M.A. School of History and Political Economy, Melb. University. Mathematical Master: D. J. WILKIE, Secondary Teacher, Melb. Univ. Junior Teacher: W. E. BETTS, Reg. Primary Teacher. All Teachers are fully qualified and registered under Registration Act 1906. First Term Commences Monday, 2nd February. The aim of this College is to provide thorough Commercial and Business Education to qualify for the Univer sity, Junior and Senior Public Exam inations, Junior and Senior Commer cial Examinations, Accountancy, Fed eral and 'State, Pharmacy, Railways and other Exams...

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Essendon Election RETURN OF THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

EssEnmdon Election RETURN OF THE PREMIER. All thugs considered, the poll last Thursday was a fairly good one, and doubtless would have been much Ilea vier had it not been for the lament able condition of the rolls, owing to which people who lhad live,! for niany years in the one place found them selves unaccountably disfranchised. This state of affairs of course requires strict inquiry, but at the same time it emphasises the warnings given by both parties to their follower. to make sure previously that their names are on the roll in plenty of time to have the omission. if there be any: noti fied. In Coburg there wa-s ai .keen interest taken in the contest, and the organis ing committees at the Labor Party's rooms. near Bates I-ill, the Liberal 'Party at "Sausage Hall." and at the Young Libheiral Party's rooms at More land, all put forth their best efforts. W'uean the results at Moreland. Coburg t;-11 street). and Pasco Vale were collected. it. was found Minat Mr. Keane had a majorit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

I j ..AR JCH ELECTRICAL H. V 5 SYDNEY ROAD, BRNSWi .i FRANK HARTLEY, S CO NTRACTOR Brunswick's Leading Jeweller, Watchmaker and Optician. C . GASH OR TERMS. Wear the article while you are paying for it at /- per week. ' YOur Tailr, Hatter, and Mercer. See his Display. t a ay BRUNS C . Large Stock of Fittings, Shades, &c. EYESIGHT Tested FREE of Charge. SPECTACLES to Order, 5/- Complete. All Kinds of Repairs at Shortest Notice. Mention this Paper and you The Only Address-333-335 Sydney Road, Brunswick You Must Know Him. .i . .. . -.. .. . .. , . . ? . .. '.. .?,, . ' . .will receive a Special D? ?court. A b'ON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. 334-336 SYDNEY RJIAc):. (Near Icthidigt Church) i And at 870 Svdnve Road. Agent fPr Suttons. A BOON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. MARKS BROS. 334.336 SYDNEY ROAD, (near Methodist Church) And at 870 Sydney Road. Agents for Suttons. Tobacconists and Hairdressers. E. berc ant, c. 320, 322, 330, 332 SYDNEY ROAD, BRUNSWICK. SHu...

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Coburg Baptist Young Men's Society. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Coburg Baptist Young Men's Society. TIhe election of office-bearers result ed as foilows :-President, Rev. H. dio sfull; vice-presidents; Messrsi F. iTorpe and J. Laidlaw; loint hon. sec retaries, Messrs. A. Bower and P. An. dBreon; treasurer, Mr. P. Andersoi; press correspondent, AIr. G. 1. DavIis conuniittee. Rev. H-. Horifall, Messrs. F. Thlorpce, J. Laidlaw, A. Bow or, P. Anderson, F. Waite, C. Skiller, G. I. Paris. D mm-i". MIr. P. J. Clarey., of Newmairket, de livered an interesting and instructive adid.recss on the "Life of Maihomnet," Ž:Wing a ;brief outline of his life, and showing his renmatrkable aptitude . ild capacity for business. He then wenti on to show how, while travelling, Ma lonmet came across men of different re ligious beliefs. Mahonet's reason for taking to the sword to bring about his reforms was next dwelt upon by the speaker. Afterwards lie outlined the possibilities Mnlahonet's revelation might havTe had on religious thought, and also the effect it had on ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Fallacies of Protection. LECTURE BY MR. W. H. RENWICK [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Fallacies of Protection. LECTURE BY MR W. T-1. II1NW WICK There xwas a good attendane at tihe meeting of the North 13ruinswick Pro gress Association on Saturday night. when Mr. C. Tragardhll presided,. in the absence of -Ir. P. IT. Killeen, the President. The Association were fur nished a somewhiat unexpected treat in a highld interesting lecture by Mr. W. -. Renwick. with a view to advroc:t ing the policy of Freerrade and ix nosing sonme of the fallacies of 'Pro tection. Mr. Rovnwick. as oil a former ocea sion at the Brunswick Town hall. was aided in his address by a large number of printed calico bills. which he 1 trn oxd over and dmalt with seriatinm. These calieoes with their titgures would in hteiselves have proved deeply inter sting wxit hout and tommnlll t to anll one ani\ious t' learin the pros and cons of ia iscal policy. but thie lecturer xa well qiualified b" ars ofi1 close sitildy el his siiubject to gil)rislih not only trenchant oommie t on the indictiment of PIroteetio...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Second Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Second Grade. Coburg District. 111, and six for 213 (innings declared closed; Clough 69, Broomn 63. Smith 24,. Clark 10; Sinclair eight for 86, Beer five for (61), bcet Carlton Club XL.. 60 and folir for 13 (1 lastings 49. Sinclair 24, Heatley 11; Cloulgh three for 9, Horden four ifor 22, Broom one for 17), by 42 rans Belmont, 140 (Matters 35, Puddy 30: Bravnt three for 12. Wright four for I1). beat Sclkville, 48 and 156. (Bryiut 13 and 35. Loxton 32, Eade 4h. 4+1ight 22. Armstrong 16, Mc Carthy 10; Longmnuir eleven for 51, f ovell five for 48), by 92 runs. Collinuwood Footballers, 216 (Thom as SS. Argus 37 McDoinald 19, Gibb 3S. Seddon 15; Hill two for 20, Mac y fonur for 31). beat Brunswick I.O.O.F.. 28 and nino for 148 (Seddon five for 11, Punch three for 13, Gib1i two for ?, by 188 runs. West 13Brunswick, 197 (Canpbell 31, .Baker 30. 1eles 26, Raeburn 22. Dous ley 21, H. Halfpenny three for 45, Callaway two for 35; Phillips one for 16) beit Fairfield. 73 and 40'(Phillips 36 and ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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SCOTTISH CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

A~d441d Odd SCOTTISH CONCERT. The Birunswick Scottish Society held their first concert ifor the year on Sa turday, January 11th. in the Town Hall. Bro. Scnter's pipe hand lcd the Chief, Bro. Allan Gibson. Esq.. into the hall. Thlie concert 1a, one of the many good ones whicih the musica dir ector, Bro. Laughlt, has provxided ior the Brunsnwick folk. The piroriersi were in the best of lort. 'A Gunid New Year'" was tlhe start. an x well appreciated. Mr. \nhbrose _tM Malhon sang "A Hielaudian s Ta t, and for an encore 'Mary. Next 31xad ante Neilson sang in her u.uai s:eet style "Myi\ Spinning Whei:cl. and "''Scenes that are Brightest.' M;nster Beeson danced the Sword Dance and 6nean Truibhais. Past Chief Bro. McFarland Cullen then presented Inmmediate Past ChiefJC t o J. Hunie Cook with the gold badge with a few well-chosen remarks. Bro. Cook, on receiving the same,. thanked the members for the assistance they had rendered hint. and said he would like to see the club increase, and woul...

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Brunswick Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Brunswick Rifle Club. The 14th shoot took place at Port Melbourne on Saturday., January 17th. The conditions were 14 shots at 800 yards. The following are the scores: Sc. Rep. Ttl. AV. Smith.... .. .. 65 5 70 J. Leheny ..... .... 66 3 69 P. Anderson .. ..64 4 68 T. Knight .. .. .. 51 16 67 W. Landon .. .. .... 55 11 66 G. Moran .. .. .. .. 59 7 66 E. Esnouf ..... .. 60 5 65 A. Rice .... .. .... 59 5 64 A. Slater ..... . .. 58 6 64 i.R. Templeton .. .. .. 47 17 64 M. cCartnevy .. . 58 5 63 A. Symons... ........57 5 62 '. Rampling .. . .. 57 5 62 J. Young .... . ... ..58 3 61 J. Lyle....... ... .56 5 61 W. almer .. .. .. .. 53 5 58 A. Johnston ...... ..53 4 57 W. Bergemann . ..... 47 10 57 G. Rice . ........ 51 5 .56 LT. Pattison.... ...42 9 51 T. Harper......... 38 9 47 W. Carisou ...... .. 40 5 45 E. Clement .....,.. 34 9 43 She: Don't jump so, dear; that's only tl;eh uckoo clock in the hall. He: ')h. that's. all? I thought it was your father coming down - stais. You'll tell me when...

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