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Silence and Wisdom. The Two Virtues Do Not Always Go Hand in Hand. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 27 August 1890

Silence and Wisdoml The Two Virtues Do Not Always Go , ,, Hand in:Hand. ,. ·,,,. While Many Forge to the Front by Keep= , ing Their Months Closed, Thoy' Often= Fall by Bciug Fo?ei to Si'cn Some Iinterosting Examplos..1 , The silent man buildefh better than.bhe kuowetlih. He acquires wealth, reputatiqn and the odorof sanctity., His forte is keeping quiet. STe is the original of the poet. who said': i "Silence 'is golden." SBdt Sir 'Byle 1oche, the author ol that famons'Irish bull about the man who put his foot in it every time he opened his mouth; plainly outlived the ultimate ,fatg, of the silent man. ,Forithat is the invariable fate of nearly all the men whose entire reputatiod rests on 'the ltoky 'foundation of silence. 'Lioky,'he who has, already achieved' a comipetieee on, the strengthi of his silence In nineeases 'out' of ten 'he talks too much 'when'ho talks 'ttall. However there is.generally a day when he is foundout. To illustrate: Several years ago a young man went to. the ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTHERN PROVINCE ELECTION. MR. W. R. EITZGERALD MOORE AT COBURG. LARGE ATTENDANCE. AND GOOD RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 27 August 1890

SOUTHERN PROVINCE ELECTION. MR. IV. . R.LTZGERdfAAJl1OORE AT' GORURG.-, , : LARGE A TTENDANGE AND GOOD ?~JWR EP, OO . M r. W'. R.'Fitfein d Mdire iceld lis first public meetingin t Cobuirg on iMon day evening in the& Public Hall, Bell street. Cr. Kelly, Piresident of the shire, occupied the chii;, tand there was a large attendance. ,The Chaiinnan said : - ntleimen, 4ha duty devolaj atlu- it t lirst time since Ihavee had the honor of beiing president of the shire. I am sure that this duty will be very light, for I have already had an experience of a Coburg iudiencc,'and in introducing Mr. Moore to you, I will content myself with claiming for himt a fair. and impairtial hearing, feeling that whether you differ or d.o not differ with his views, you will at least be only too willing to coinply with my request. (Hear, hear.) Any thing I might say cannot in any way interest you, and I will therefore cut my remarks short by. introducing MIr. Moore. Mr. FITZGERA.LD ioon.E Mr . Chair...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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." AUGUST 27TH, 1890. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 27 August 1890

TIi tinbutmrg 1abi. " I am in the place where I am demanuded of conscience to speak the trath, and there fore the truth I speak, impugn it whoso list." I AUGUST z7Trn. 1890. NEWS AND NOTES. The Coburg larmonic Society has kindly consentl- to' assist its sister, society at Brunswick in a grand concert to be given ai the .todw, l icxl et tooliuth."- ; neIns.ant tUcrcolumiiLn ita l-nu ix' '\rTboa s'itliruitoit will lddress c n electors at the Coburg public hall to-.izorroy night at eight o'clock. Cr. Kelly, presi dent of the Shire, will preside. The Rev. T. Osborn, of the Cobuig Congrc gational (Church, delivers an interesting lecture in .Oddfellows' Hall on Monday evening nexi. Mr. Osborn has had con siderable experience as a lecturer and will doubtless succeed in interesting all who attend. A jolly old " drunksh" faced the Coburg Court on Monday, having been arrested last Saturday by Constable Saunders. who found that he liad partaken of too much " tangle foot." The Bench gave the fo...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Li[?]ted Clouds. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 27 August 1890

: . (" Littrl ted O uds" I '?fy baby is deapl,' writes jElen Stewart, ad, rwish t.e patheteacrne enation of a: 'mother; p?,? adds 'And we knowait'ise bo't' forbiem . '' - sor. I ' .ii" ; pt' ' -i' i: Whei I iend the lines mytheartwent, out to her t"in -tee deiestiFery,rmpatbytfor l?r inenehe red one August day, 'ia'the31ng ego, 'whe in too, or - ctr'in'the lG'arre piteono ibate'sknd ii n iwhen hiy' heart' orrowedlland. riit&v'dl overea little' raieidin which,'l.Baby',. eae.heleep forevermeno. il'eouldnOtay, as hl 'dpes. ;that ",i ia wel,"' eveen for my l, hy'','cases 'i' w ita '.lnii aii'a'd stout lh'lrI and hiad not' lernen theeusneeof the strr g Arm on. which aister dilenJleans eo Stur tnly:..:Fuur little ones. efo?e this one,. we re on the other et'de', ean? 'he c&ild' ill' eire ;aiy her oetheeril e ongi to' Ielp other hearts over the hard places oblife,. ibecauts ehe is a Christian, and sits at the Iete of the dead risen Lord. . " UH'tw e?tt iit~ ies tufeel 't ii...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Protection From Clothes Moths. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 27 August 1890

Protection From ('lothcs 1Ioths. Renumnur, more than 150 years ago, made qute extensive reo.larcheo on clothe-onmoths; and, observing that they never attacked the wool and hair on liing animals, he inferred that the natural odor of the wool, or of the oily matter in it, was distasteful to them. HU therefore rubbed vurioun garments with the wool of Iribh pealt, and also wet ether garmenta with the water in which wool has been wateltl, and found that they were never attacked by moths, He alto experimented with ttbcei) cmoke and the odors of epirite of turpentine, and found that bath of these were destluttive to the mooth, but it was nectesary to clole the roemo very tightly, and keep the flumet very dense in them for 24 hcurn, to obtain batiea8cory results. sMr. C. 'i. Fernald, of the Hatch Experiment Station of the lManeci.ucetit Agricultural Coll, g, has always flund that any material EUbject to the attacks of moths may be preserved from themr if packed away with sprigs of ,arnharte...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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THE ROAD TO RUIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 September 1890

THE ROAD: TO RUIN. A girl named Lilian Bowling, appareittl3 about 18 ye?ls of age, came before Mr. B. Methren,. .L.A., nud a fill bench, at the Brunswick Court on \Wednesday last, charged with having no lawful visible mncans oflsup port. Constable Simmons' informned the magis trates that he arrested .the adcused "a few evenings previous whilst in company with four larrikins. in the neiglhborhood of the pavilion on the reireatiou reserve. lIe had seen and watched the girl paradingi the streets for the past 18 months, and roticed thatashe kept very hbal companyp frequenting empty or deserted houses, altd mixing with rough associates. Tl e step-momier of accused came forw?arl, and pileaded that auiother chance might be afforded her to reform.i The girl hade been in service, and had, whilst away from the maternal roof, fallen iuto bad company. If the Beacill would discharge her, witness would see that henceforth she was ,kept under proper control. Tihe chairman administered a severe, bu...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 September 1890

FOOTBALL. Coburg v North Park. This match was played at Coburg on Saturday at )Dean's lescrrve, ad, after : really splen did •exhibition of the game, tIhe North proved victors by .1 goals to 3. The Park were- without the services of Christian and Franks, whilst I)onnellan was absent fromm tihe Coblrgi. Bayliss led the locals, and Butler had charge of the Park. The Coburg bIys played splendidly together all through, and really deserved better lick, altlhough in justice to the Park it may he said they hit the post from a long shot. Man chester again kicked splendidly, and was well backed up by all the teanm, notably thie Bensons, layliss, W\\ade, Clomgh, Smith. Edbouse, Kelly, Iurray and Botihwell; Huller, Travers, 'Tadgell, Stuckey, Smith, Way, Hlarvey and 1, Auliff played well for the North Pa.rk. 3MMahon, Clough and Carter kicked the goals for the Coburg. • MIr. Harvey umrle a very fair. umppie. In the coarsc of the gamlne Butler collided with minie f his own imen, and sustaimned a...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOUND DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 September 1890

FOUND DEAD. About eight o'clocl yesterday morn ing a man named Frederick Thornton reported to Sergeant Bass, of the Coburg station, that the body of a man was lying on the Anketell Estate. Constable Saunders was at once in structed to proceed to the scene, and on arriving their found the dead body of a man lying at the foot or a tree near Anketell-st. The deceased was lying face downwards, sith his head resting on his arm, and on examina tion a bag was found round his neck containing a sum of [zo6. In his pockets papers were found bearing the name, '"James Vernon, electrician, Spencer-street station," and the police ascertained that he resided at the corner of Hudson and Victoria streets, Coburg. On proceeding thither it wasfound that the information received was correct, the deceased being icen tified by lMiss \Velnon as her father. Mliss Vernon stated that her father had complained of pains in his side on Monday night, and went out for a walk.?Nothing f urther.was beard, of him un...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HOME The Failing of Thrones. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 September 1890

:Thtse Fzsllfs is Throieises Abov lhe zi of coi ee, aboe dtheci - or add rattle' OliLabor depdtiing with lim?hs, of Anarchists' threats and groans, Above the hurry and bustle and moan of that bloodlees battle Where men are fighting for pounds, I hear the falling of Thrones. I see no savage host, I hear no martial drumming, But down in the dust at our feet lie the useless crowns of Kings; And the mighty spirit of progrees is steadily coming, coming; And the flag of our Republie abroad to the world he flings. The Universal Republio where worth and birth are royal, Where the lowliest born may climb on a self.made ladder to fame; Where the highest and proudest born, if he be not true and loyal, Shall find no masking title to cover or gild his shame. Not with the bellow of guns and not with sabre's whetting, But with growing minds of men, is waged this swordlees fray. Wltile over the dim horizo4 the sun of loyalty setting I 1 Lights with a dying splendortl'e humblest toiler's way.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our Girls. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 September 1890

Our Girls. Sometimes I get quite discouraged about the rising generation of girls; not that. they are any worse than their mothers were before them, or that they are really very bad, only they do seem so thoughtless, giddy and useless, considering the amount of education and good instruction they get, or could get if they would take it. But perhaps I blame the wrong parties-perhaps the mothers, teachers and leaders are more to blame for the seem ing failure than the blessed girls them selves. I hope so-and also hope that when our girls become the teachers, mothers and leaders, they will try and avoid some of the pitfalls they themselve fell into, or happened not to fall into, andso prove stronger, more robust nod perfect examples to the genera tions to come. Let me shbow you,girls=both old and young-a few of the errors of your ways as I see them. First, you don't dress right; you think if your clothes are in style that is all there is to be done, no matter wahether the fashion is be...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cooking Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 September 1890

Cooking UCRecipcs.. coCULANT acaN. Stir together one cup of soutr cream, one cup of'sugar, one-half cup" of currants, one and one-half cups of flour and one teaspoon fulo of soda; fla-cr with nutmeg and bako in buttered tins. Three ecffee cups of sugar, five egg, and one cup of butter; boat very light, then add one nutmrg grated, flour enough to roll, one fourth of a cup of'water and two teaspoonfuls of baking powder. DALANA CAKE. Bake as many layer cakes as desired, cut bananas in thin slices, prepare cream by whipping, sweetening and flavoring. Put layers of bananas between the sheet of cake, and pour the cream over each layer. tIINCED MEAT. Four pounds of beef boiled tender, one pound suet, two pounds raisins, two pounds currants, one pound citron, cut fine, six pounds apples, one pound sugar, grate the rinds of four lemons, and add the juice, cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg to taste, cider to moetten them. corrcE CARE. One cup of butter, two cups of sugar, one cop of strong ccffee, ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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 whoso list." SEPTEMBER 3RD, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 September 1890

"1 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." SEPTEMBER 3RD, 1890. CoUnRG has long been lacking any thing like a proportionate number of justices of the peace to the population of the shire, and during the past Iz months the. necessity of additional honorary magistrates has been specially felt. In former years, when popula tion was scattered and scarce, and the court sat only once a month, there was no immediate or pressing need in this direction, but in the interests of all concerned it is desirable that the Minister should be invited to place additional names on the new register as early as possible. Very frequently Sergeant Bass, as chief officer of the district, findsadifficulty in securing the attendance of justices whenever re quired, for whilst our magistrates are only too willing to fulfil the functions of their position,' it can hardly be ex pected that six gentlemen can attend to all the re...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 September 1890

" THE COdIU RG -LEADER." OPBLiSaED EVERY W EDNES DAY, BATES' BUILDINGS, SYDNEY ROAD, COIURO.* PRICE-ONE PENNY. To be obtained at Tll:- LEADEIR 0111cc, or of Mrs. Summers, News Agent. JOB P'IINTING? of Every Description eiecuted in the best style. SCnAnno .i0ODEItAT4E:t LL particulars of Chrh W'ork, to-= gether with reports of proceedings of Friendly Societies, Football, Cricket and all Athletic Clubs will be given in the cohnmus of "TuIE LEADER." and it is hope1d that leaders and Secretaries will recognise our en deavor to cater for readers in every depart ment, by forwarding for insertion all special advertisenments, 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 proviss, that all correspon denc...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 September 1890

NEWS AND 'NOTES. Inspector I)aly again on the uli vire! Chinese ga.ilenerS, beware: d Cr. Kelly, the newly-elected president, je took his scat for the first time at the Coburg in Court yesterday. tI . concert will shortly be helid in aid of the ci prize fund of the Coburg State School, and t the free use of th: I ublic Hall has been so granted by the council for the purpose. iii The Coburg Football Club's ball promises rc to be a great success, as the committee men s are working hard, and tickets are goitng ofl I: rapidly. Mr. J. Benson will act as 1.C. The name of Mir. W. Warwick was ilnad- I vertently omitted fromn the list of vice- iI presidents of the Coburg Cricket Club in last week's issue. The Public IHealth Board has forwarded to the council copies of a Ipamphlet dedling with the treatment of diphtheria, and whicl .1 secretary. The next assembly in connection with Mrs. Ewins' dancing class takes place in the Public lail, Bell-street, on Friday evening, r and promises to be a...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Manners at Meal-Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 September 1890

Manners at Meal--Time. Our meals should not only serve to snaisfy our hunger, but should be made occasions of Foeial enjoyment. Physicians tell us that I, od is far more nourishing and digestible vben eaten amid cheerful conversation. Silence and glocm spoil the choicest viands, •bile jarring words are still worse. There. here let us ban:sh every unpleasant topic fron the table--everything that can annoy, excite or occasion controversy, and let us syste mn:tically cultivate cheerful and pleasant table talk. There is no place where character and breeding shohs more plainly than at the table. A vulgarian might more successfully conceal his ill-breeding anywhere else than at the table. We may form a pretty good guess as to the daily life and surroundings of a per Pon by watching him narrowly at the table. You can, for instance, easily judge whether has been accustomed to home or hotel life, s;rildren should be required to observe the rules of neatness and courtesy at their meals. In th...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mistakes in Grammar. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 September 1890

Mlistakes iri Gransiirar. Faults are pardonable in conversation which are ' ot pardonable, in writlten com. position. But'we usttbe ceaseful nor to take too:much leeway in this regard and not to make mistakesin grammar or pronuncia tion. Some people are guilhy of grammatical blunders throughb sheer carelessnees. :Thus a lady of my acquaintance, who understands trigonometry and can translate Virgil, often says to me "you was," arid yet she knows perfectly well that this is an irexcueable mis take. Other people who ought to know better, -say "he don't" for "he: doesn't," ! I don't know as 'I do," instead of "I don't know THAT I do." "Ain't "and " taint" are not often need now by educated people, unless in a jesting way. It is an unwise. thing, how ever, to be careless or.. inaccurate in one's pronunciations or use of language, since trickasofspeeeh' are easily eaught and very hard to get rid of. Thus when one is talking to servants or othterj uneducated people, one .is often tempted t...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GDDS AND ENDS. A Wail of Toe. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 September 1890

A:little corn on amaiden grew, Listen to my wail of toe, .Caused by the pinch of a too tight shoe, ,Instead of a three, a number two, It grew, it grew. L?sten to my wail of toe. Aa time went on (as time will do), Listen to my wail of toe, " The corn waxed red--he maiden blue, 'Twas ten times worse than the grip (ker chew), Too true1 Too truel i Lieten to my wail of toe. She had a seat in the end of the pew, Listen to my wail of toe, And a man with another seat in view Put hisie cowhide boot on her kangaroo, Oh, whew I Oh, whew I Listen to my wail of toe.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Garter no Source of Disease. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 September 1890

The Garter no Source of Disease. Contrary to the general idea, the garter is not, as a rule, a source of disease. The lMedical R1ecord says : "Varicose veins occur oftener in men than in woman,.-and proportionately oftener in athletes and men trained to severe exertion. There are many things, indeed, which, cause them, and artificial constriction of the limbs seems to be a very remote and rare factor. In England we are told that the demand for "anti-varicose " is chiefly made by full-fed men who lead sedentary lives, and drink more wine than is good for them. A wearer of the anti-varicose stocking feels worse altera series of dinner partiee, when the tempting varieties of the meznu lead him to indulge too freely in the pleasures of the palate. Obviously, no very bad case can be made out against the garter, provided it is a good garter, combining the maximum of support with the minimum of constricticn, blending harmoniously with the hoisery and the cireul.tion. Toe garter has come to...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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HYGIENE. Pneumonia and Turpentine. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 September 1890

I/YGIENE. II Izncrnlsolcim alnd Turiecliiiic. , Pneumonia means regular' old-fashioned lur.g fever, often called," galloping consump tion "-a diseasee that ends the earthly caretr /of countless thousands. It is one of tih most fatal diseases animal life is subjcetdi to, and claims its victims in all countries and climates, though much more prevalent in r some than in others. I remember discussing thisdieeaec 20 years ago, with a live, hard-working doctor frienld, who tried to keep up with the timnets. I was studying vegetable physiology and the dis eases of plants at the time. I found it proven that these were nearly every one caused by life-paraeitic life-or, in other words, microscopic, and usnally sporadic (having its origin in spores, and not from flowers and then seede) life, preying and feeding on, and therefore starving or break ing down the tissues (cellular structure) of the larger and more highly organised (host) plant. My friend, the doctor, was then reading up the first ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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THE NEW LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 September 1890

THE NEW LOAN :Ins the Ariu?s of W1Vcdesday ai cable gram, dated London, August 2(;, gives .thoe satisfactory news :---"The tenders f6r.etheo+-peri'cbnt loohn ofw*.45;000 issued by the municipality of Brunswick; Victoria, were, opened to-day, 'the: mini mum having been fixed at £103: The lo~hn was applied for threefold, and the arcerage price obtained will be about £105 15s.!' Very great satisfaction is expressed throughout Brunswick? at the result, and the flag' ati the Town Hall flew at the mnasthead all day -Wednesday. : ,:The Town of Brunswick, which covers iin'area of 2272 aicres, and has a popu latiotis verging on 20,000, with an dianhiil ritable value of over £204,000, li ??' forged' 'ahead with wonderful rapidity during the last few years, and the present loan of £t5,,000 makes the fifth floated by the municipality. iThe first was a 0 per cent. one of £8250, floated a little over 15 years ago, and paid off last December. The second was £28,000, at 5 per cent., floated in Janu...

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