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Brunswick and Coburg Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 July 1914
Brunswick and Coburg Horticultural Society. Tlhe ahbove society held its first 2l nual meeting at 13runswick Town Hall on Tuesday evening, July 14. In the unavoidable absenc of the president, Mr R. G. Elliott presided. Consider ing the wet night there was a large at tendance of members ipresent. The report for the five months that the society has been in existence showed tha.t the society was in a. flouridring condition. The cominig ymer pr'ouises to be very successful. 'T'rophiesls for thlle best-kept garden, donated by Cr J. Millward, and iMr W. E. lPayne for competition at monthly meteings, were already promised. At the close of the business a musical turn tby M Mliller, :and violin solo by Miss Good cnough, brought a pleasant evening to a close. Office-bearers elected were: Presi dent. Cr J. Millivard (Mayor of Blruns wick) vice-presidents, Cr. D. Phillips, \Mers.... . Payne, R. lI. GCrundy, R. G. 1lliott.; treasurer. IMi W. E. iayle: secretary, M\r G . ? n. Hardham;n: asst. see...
APRICOT JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 July 1914
Al'?liCOT JAM. This is delicious when made front the well-known dried apricots. Il i three pounds of apricots. 'Wash theni well, cut up each apricot in to four, andl put to steep all night in three pints of water. Measure out ten hreakfastcupifuls of water, and into them squeeze the juice of three lemons, and add a pound of cook ing apples cut up small. Sinmmer this for ten minutes, and then measure the pull, and for each breakfastcupful allow three-quarters of a pouml of Irtser\ ing sugar. P'ut this into thie pan, and add an extra four poutlids of sulgar. Cook again for a few minutes, then stir in the apricots and the water they hv\e been soaking in, andi cook until the jam gets thick. Ihu burb can be used w henu in season instead of apples.
FRUIT SALAD JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 July 1914
FRILIT SALAD JAM. , Buy two pounds iof dried fruit salad, and cut the fruit up after well washing it. Then put it to soak covered with water. The next day put the fruit into the preserv ing pan, and covecr with water to which you have added some es sence of vanilla. Simnmer gently for fifteen..ininutes, then measure out the fruit pulp, and to each break fastcupful allow a pound of preserv ing sugar. Sinner gently until it thickens.
OPEN COLUMN. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 July 1914
OPEN COLUMN. To the Editor S-,-The iepoix in iour xssue of the 10th of the discussion before the coiun et:e the eretAon of a stai: tdiu for boxing in -Br unsu ick makes strange rcading indeed, ad puts the position ot the protestants in ai entirely Palse light. Not only had we to combits bias in the foregone detetrmination of the council,"i ib as iwas very evident after wards, xxe lhid to deal with the hos tility of the .reporter of the proceed ings. 1ou otlerwise can we aceount ior the fiull and embellished report o1 the speakiers in favor of the project. xx hil: ?those. of the protestants are cur tailed to the smallest possible limit. i,? d. ludicrouisly travestied at. that .teira telling poini, every weighty und .uinassailable - rgument "against t Ins menace to the: public weal. was se idu loiisly :elimitated and eo-temnpt&lt;iousl v releg'ted to oblivion, y et these adve caes of the jignoble. art- of offence ag ~nst?the. theling -of- inan's soul and uitelligence praise ab...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 July 1914
3 nttin~;ticlh anib ·ob.uro lcabcr. PUBLISHED ON FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914 Generai News. 'h!e Vi\toria i julih, L odle. No. 10o , wiil hold an anuliun1 griad 'oncert* in tieC l;iruswick Tl'own Hall on Monday evenin.ii. July 201,. at 8 p.m. Chair ,an. lro. 0'. t. Snowball, M.L.A., I N-o1t11 .Br3nswick ui'esbyteriani adies uii .1ild held itheir h annual meet I&lt; in the shchool hall. Allbion street -. on. Wednesday afternio&lt;m, July 'tl. There were 20 nmenmlb'rs pres.'eni and the following ladies were re-Clh't ed for the comiu-g year. I'resideint lMrs Gordon; vice-presidenit, Mrs 11. Gordon; hen. sec., liss Blair; treas., \iss McMurttrii; and Mrs Ennis, Mrs Arnistronlg, and Mrs Rlamsay were also elected as supervisors of the sewing meetings which are to .b held fort nightly. JoIhn Jolnston, P1lesant. st-., Pas coevale, retiied, farmer,: who died on March 28, left by will dhted May 30, 1910, real estate valued ht £7101 and personal estate o517i4 to his ch...
Australia's Population. TOTAL OF 4,893,936. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 July 1914
Australia's Population. 0 TOTAL OF 4,893,93t6. According to a return the population of Australin at the end of March, 1914, was -t 893 93:6. as compared with -.872.059 at. December, 1913, and 4.-155,I00 ut the date of the census, pril. 19)11. The Commuonwealth Sta tician (Mr Knibbs) points, out that the figures for the first quarter of this year are subject to amendment.
BANANA JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 July 1914
BANANA JA.., Slice up a dozen large bananas. To every pound of the fruit allow three-quarters of a pound of pr?e serving sugar. Take the juice and pulp of five lemons, and add them to the bananas andl sugar. Add a little water. Then chop up half an ounce of preserved ginger and add. Simmer very slowly for fifty minutes..
Movement for Relief. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 July 1914
Movement for Relief. To the Editor. The commluittee of thie Brulnswick and (;,hur Dispensary and )ledical Insti tUIte hzlv' itlt li lllgut' od a l o Itt\OV nlanllt for Ih,, relh'f of the wih-,w -?d little chil ,rn 1f their late steetmed col'lague. ,lr .]. 1,velI. and nt at'peal to the -",ral f'indlY ..ejt.ties has been urt , -l d.ciie.d on. Offers of a.sist anc., have lrealy beenl reeivecd and ith,, c1ttnlitt.e are encoretagedl i l the htop uhat the legzes will give a gen 0r·.!s Ic po·'tnS, ilit ill order thlat. the hi:blii ',entrally may he enabled to ia,'t- with th ,ir lmite, thIto sweet raluse , -harity. wot will gladly receive don n:liot ,Is aitIthe otlice of this paper. A large exetutive committee. eonsisting 41 rpr44s0ntatives of the dispensary. -I, I )LI. lIitrunswicek and emtploves of a!'s. ('tnralt itind C'o.. has heli frmiedl to c4arrv out all arraligetm!etits, Ilie oliceers heig Messrs. W. J. Bird, chairman t: C. Clayton, treasurer; G. Arthur. rsecretary.
COBURG LADIES' P.A.F.S. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 July 1914
COBUTRG LADIES' P.A.F.S. The fortnightly meeting of above lodge was held in Dispensary Hall oe Monday, July 13. Despite thle untav orable weather a large number of members were prcscnt. One new meni ber was admitted. After tho business the syllabus item, Boxing Matches Competition, took place, which caused great amusement among the members. Sister Bradshaw and I. Turner wereo the winners. A euchre tournamentt will be held at the conclusion of next meeting, July 27.
A.N.A COBURG BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 July 1914
.. ....·; [?.· ;il r- : . . ? .? :'?7 ? .¸ :`.: COBURG BRANCH. The above bIanch held its fortnightly meeting in the Council Chambers be fore a good, attendance of members. The correspondence included an appeal from the Children's Hospital, and 10s 6(d was voted to the request, also a letter from the secretary of the B. and C. U.F.S., stating that dispensary books were available at the institution. One new niember was nominated to the branch, and Mr G. H. Hallam and Mr Munro received AN.A. medals for pro posing the most new members. After the general business the branch were treated to a fine lecture on thie North ern Territory by Dr. Lowe, who kept his listeners for two hours in giving them a wealth of knowledge of the various customs andl ways of the black people. After tihe lecture a discussion followed, with the following gentlemen as chief debaters: Messrs. S. Allen, W. Wilson, T. Thompson, and J. RI. Niceholls. At the conclusionm a hearty vote of t~hanks to Dr. Lowe was car rie...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 July 1914
Professional Column. MISS M. S. PARKHURST, D.M.S.V. IA.L.C.M. (Registered Highest G(;rade) .Teacher of Singing, Pianoforte, Violin, Harmony, Etc. Pupils prepared All Examinations. Visits Marks Bros. Moreland School of Music, also Branch Shop 334 SYDNEY ROAD BRUNSWICK. At Allan's Collins Street, City, Wednes days. Private Address: 123 PARK ST. PARKVILLE. Terms Moderate. Mr. W. Graham Weir - EXPERT PROFESSOR of VO1CE GULTURE, AND Miss Vera W2eir, DISTINGUISHED YOUNG VIOLINISTE, Receive pupils at 400 SYDNEY ROAD. S INGING,:Elocution, Piano, \Violi: !Man by System), Theory, Circuars, Tes >timonials, par cu!ars at address fromn ;r. ILaught. PLAN8 DESIGNED & DRAWN for £1 1. --ALSO-- SPECIFICATIONS and QUANTITIES -----trc. ARTHUR BRENTNALL, 383 Barkly St., E. Brunswick. AND SYDNEY ROAD TRAM TERMIINUS. BRUNSWICK COLLEGE SYDNEY ROAD. Principal: ROBERT McKAY, M.A. School of History and Political Economy, Melb. University. Mathematical Master: J. J. DOHERTY Secondary Teacher, Melb. ...
The Anphitheatre. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 July 1914
The Anphitheatre. The Brunswick Sports Club Comp ny Proprietatry Limited has purchased a large piece of land on \ictoria street, near the railhay station. Brunswick, and is buildin'g a large anmphitheat.Ž, capable of seating 8000 people. Tlhere wiill be four sihops, with a large club rioolm and t raining rlooms above thtim, facing the \Victort street .fron;,i.. The building will be completed ifor the opening of thle first .. 00 Novice Tolurney, ot October 7. The directors of the club arei all wei! tIkno\"n business men - Messrs. Thos. ,. Crisp, senior partner of [essrs. Crisp, Woodls, and Co., estate agents, Brunswick: Robert S. Don, manufac turer of leather alndl ,porting goods, M\linnie street, Brunswick; Eli Phil lips, propritetor of the Post Oftice Hto tel. Elizabeth st., Melbourne; and Jus. Carpenter, proprietor of the Conference Hotel, I'linders street. tMel boit re. It' will be seen thatl the directorate is comprised of sound business meni and good sportsnmen. This fact alone...
SHIN FOR A BACKBONE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 July 1914
SIHIN FOR A B3ACKBONE. Two very unusual operations were performed recently at a New York hospital. In one case a man whose spine was broken some while back has had a new lease of life offered him by what might be tcermel "splicing.''" .A strip of bone three inches long was takleu front his shin and placed in a groove cut in the broken section of his backbone. T'he other case was that of a small boy who fell from a roof top and fractured his forehead, with the result that part of his brain wasi exposed. After several weeks of ireatment it was decided to substi t::te celluloid for the brolken bone ,s the only chance of saving his ife. The operation has been per ormed, and it is now thought that here is every likelihood of the boy :ecovering,-" Standard."
Queer Things Women Have Demanded. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 July 1914
Queer Things Women Have Demanded. The agitation on the part of a section of British women for the 'arliamentary vote is not by any means the only agitation on a big scale that has been got up by eambers of the fair sex. In other countries women have often united in favour of very curious causes, and have given the men a pretty rough time of it in their cndea y-ours to achieve their ends. For instance, the mothers of Vignieu, in France, a couple of years back, sent a petition to the P'rcih senate demanding that the legion of Honour and a pension should be awarded to all married twomen who had reared eight or more children. Those who got up the petition believed that the fa!liig lirth-rate in Fi'rance was a grave nmenace to the nation, andl they con sidered it a shame that the Govern ment had itone nothing to reward those who hradi lone their duty to the State by having large families. In Amnrica especially do woomen assert themselves when they consider that they have grievances that ...
"Remember the Alamo!" [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 July 1914
" Remember the Alamo !" Daredevil cowboys, moonlight bat ties with painted Indians, scalping kIniv-es, horse-stealing, which in vo:thful days we used to associite with the history of Texas, are now things of the past. A famous .land mark of the old days of blood and slaughter, how ever, still stands bold ly iu the city of San Antonio, the largest city of Texas. It is called the Alamo, and is one of the early stone churches built by the Span lards when they took possession of that part of America. in 1835 the city of San Antonio was held by the Texans, but the Mexicans were hungrily longing to conquer the country, andi they be sieged the city. 'T'he Texan garrt son was only a small one: but they withstood the attack of the Mexi cans for weeks, and were then com polled to reti:e into the Alamo. Six thonusand Mexicans poured a terrific fusillade upon the garrison, and lead hissed like rain upon the walls and through the n indtlows. On March 10, 1835, the Mexicans atl\vaced to the final...
Fawkner Railway Line to be Opened. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 July 1914
Fawkner Railway Line to be Opened. The Minister of Railways announced the other niight that thle Coburg to Somedton line.\ which has bjeen for 113tl V year.S closed to traflic. will be re-olene-d as far ais awkner Cemetery about, the Ist of October next. The 'railmw:y Connlissioners, het stated, had carefully investigiated the possibili ties of the closedt line, and as the re sult were averse to re-opening it for its entire length. They wo'ld consent to re-open it as far as Faiwknes Cemetery. To do that it would be niecessary to reniew platforms and carry out other work iat n cost of £719. Instructions had been issued tlhat these works be undertaken as qruickly as possible in order that the line may be open by 1st October.
THE BEDSIDE MA SHOULD DOCTORS BE SAD, MIRTHFUL, OR SHY ? [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 July 1914
THE BEDSIDE MAi 1-----+ - SHOULD DOCTORS BE SAD, MIRTHFUL, OJt SHY? Reticence and the choice of words are two important factors in what is know-n as the "bedside manner," which it is impossible to define, but at the same time forms an imnor tant adjt net to the physiian's stock-in-trade. A wise man once re marked thrat he often regretted hav ing spoken, but never that he had re mained silent. There are probably many physi cians and ,surgeons who could say the same, for a thoughtless word or look may ea.ily shake the contidence of a patient, and produce even more serious results." As an instance of the result of a careless word, it may be mentioned that Delane, the fam ous editor of the "Times," is said to have guessed and published the appointment of the second Lord Lyt ton as Viceroy of India (which the Government wished to keep secret) from the chance remark of a well known physician, who was sitting next to him at dinner, and who said that Lord Lytton had consulted him that morni...
Riding Under the Train. SOME MARVELLOUS ADVENTURES BY ACCIDENT AND DESIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 July 1914
Riding Under the Train. COME MARVEmLLOUS :ADVEN TURES BY ACCIDENT AND DESIGN. Quite recently, when the oficilds at Victoria Station, Nottingham, were examining the wheels of a Manchester to London express, at three o'clock n.m., they were sim ply flabbergasted to find a boy hanging firmly to part of the me chanism of the brakes. The lad was absolutely stiff nith cold and exposure, and told the officials that he had travelled in that manner all the way from Manchester, a distance of eighty miles. His story was that on the previous Saturday he had walked from G lossop, his home, to Manchester, and, having no money to pay his fare back, he had se creted himself undcr the carriage of a train which he underszod was go ing to Clossop, hut which turn:ed out to be the expr.ess for London . Later inquiry showedl that this was not the first time the boy had rid den in such an undelricable position when journeying on the railway' The incident recalls the ever-fam ous ride of Mr. .Jollhn Eke, t...