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COB[?]RG V. C[?]LWELL JUNIORS. CHILWELL JUNIORS WIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 27 May 1891
COBURG V. CHILWELL JUNIORS CHILWELL JUNIORS WIN. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; This match, by invitatition of the Coburg' football club, was played on Monday last on the Dean's reserve, &nbsp; Coburg, and after a friendly game victory rested with the Chilwell Juniors, who scored 3 goals to' Coburg's 2. Both teams played without the'services of several of their best men, but; the kicking of the Chilwell.boys as really a treat to witncss. Bayliss, Benson &nbsp; Clough, Warne, Palmerr,Manchester &nbsp; &nbsp; and Hade played well for the Coburg, while it was impossible to single out the Geelong players, as they all played a fine game. After the match both teams adjourned to the Coburg Hotell, where &nbsp; some light refreshments were partaken of, and after a few toasts had been pro- posed and responded to the visitors re- turned to Melbourne in time to see the match Geelong,, v. North Melbourne. It is the intention of the Coburg te...
POLICE NEWS. BRUNSWICK.—WEDNESDAY. Before Mr. King, (chairman), Drs. Talbot and Henry, J's.P. MAINTENANCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 27 May 1891
POLICE NEWS. . BRUNSWVICK. -VEDN5ESDAY. Before Mr. King, (chairman), Drs. Talbot anid 'Hnry, J's.P. S )IMAINTENANCE CASE.; Wood against. Groves. Summois for disobedience of an order. ' Mr. Kane; for defendant took ex -ception to the jurisdiction of the Bench, as the previous order ';as made in Southl Melbourne. The plaintiff had also :married since the order was made,t and that of itself complicated the matter Mrs. Woods was sueing Groves, for. arrears of maintenance for an illegitimate child. Under all the circumstances he submitted that, the proceedinigs were iniformal. If the Bench heard it, there ' ould bCleniothing to prevent any vin dictivo female from dragging a man .to Echuca or anuy other distant cort in the, c olony... ,,. . . S Mr Gryllsafor the plaintiff, contended; that the ,Bench a:d jursditioni out the ,ju'dstices' d thciise'ii:.!adthe ltease vas strock out without prejudice, e ,Slem Stephanus an Assyrian, ,was r., oe proceeded, against byby Constable : Sifimmons for ...
Rejected. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891
Rejected, Yes, I know you think me to blame, Even say I have gloried in adding .your 'name 1To my'list of rejected suitors: ah, well, Perhaps some day you will know that "La. B' 'elle." Or the "Flirt," which you choose--ha a heart, • And her careless manner a well-acted part. "False and fickle, and crnelly fair, Not worthy your love"-to say this you dare, And I must submit to your scorn I Vet you wonder these things are not boraq More gently and meekly by me 7 A woman is not always weak. as yo? see. Once, in my heart, you we;o lifted above All other men, and crowned with my love; But you seemed to think the jewel you wore Lost value in wearing; 'twas then that I tore It away from its settling of dross, And too late, I find you regretting its loass RESTER CRAWOS, DORSE2.
NEXT SATURDAY'S PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891
NE T SATURIIAY'S? SA. Coburg v. Clifton, at l)arling Gardens fiext Saturday.. Cabs leavo Coru".r Hotel at two sharp, Lensout. (2), BTyliss (2), Edhouse, Uairlor, Clungli, Tucker, -?ioMahon, Benzil, Daiwbairn, taurray, lade, O'Brien, Burton, Bell, Kelly, Manchester, Liddy, Foletta, Lonii, 3M'Shane and Fleming. A statement in the Ontario Forestry Report shows that the right way to transplant fine 'trees is to take them up early in the spring, and keep the roots encased in a frozen ball of earth, to be moved with each tree. Out of seven hundred and fifty young pines moved in this manner some years ago, all but five lived, An elaborate treatise on thunderstorms by M. Klossowski, has obtained for the author a gold medal from the Royal Geo graphical Society at St. Petersburg. Thun derstorms are more numerous at Tiflis, the chief city of Transcaucasia, than anywhere else in Russia. The average number is forty one per annum. The sum of £8,000, has already been ob. tained by the Marine Biolo...
COBURG V. AUSTRAL. AUSTRAL WIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891
..COUU V. VAUsT1R L. L This match was played -on Sal~ii' day last t' Coburg, in the presence of a largo number of spectators..who, evinced a lively' itierest in the play,'"and after a good ?.gamie. victory rested iil thl e Austral, whio'kicked .L goals to the local's 2. Those who plaved best for Cobirg woe Lonie,'lT. Byliss, lough, Tucker, Hade, Benson and Liddy.
POLICE NEWS. BRUNSWICK.—WEDNESDAY. Before Mr. O'Meara, P.M., Dr. Talbot and Messrs. Jukes, King, Fleming and Stranger, J's.P. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891
POLICE' NEWS . l:RUijNSWICK. V-WEUsIEs. .. Bfore Mr.O'lcara, P.Me;, Dr. Tallot' and Messrs. Jukes, King, FleiIing . nd Stranger, J'sP . S: INSULTING' BIiHAVIORI. .. Edward Hart, a half-caste aboriginal, "as? cl arged with" th-,e above, offence. Constable Jolly gave idence ini supprrt o tPhc cliarge aid an fine of os.. i1 eault 24 hunr' ,iiprisoaiiusinti; was Constable'i 'Jolly :roceeded a igainst iJtn Tees for cruelty ti a orse. Mr. Miller :irosceuted on-' behiilf of the 9o'iet y'for ihe rpreeoiition of. cruelty to 'animalp.:";' . Tho corstable stated that on lhe 14thl of Alny lle sawv ?--lor.i in -a dlray on Syd noy-road.. It hitl a very ibad sore uniiderniathl where thel girth ipassied roun 1, Coiistable Siholi s corrirburated the eviJen.e of the, hireriout witness. Tie girtllh di cit iito tlie lesh to t licndepth of inea ly half ailli inch. Defendaint sai that li knew notlhing aboiut the siore untill his attcntidi was drain t, i. 'IliThe sorc iniist hare lieen madul thatl day. S'...
COBURG.—TUESDAY. Before Major Bartrop, P.M., and Messrs. Richards, Voice and Vincent, J's.P. ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891
COBURG.-T ESoDAY. Before Major Bartrop, P.M., and Messrs. Richards, Voice and Vincent, .I's.P. ASSAUtT. William Slee was charged with un lawfully assaulting Edgar Andrews. Thie ollenee was comimitte1d mon Friday, anmd tihe case b.eimg proved, tIm: lemllch infliced-.a fine 0of s. ith 2 2s. costs. Armstrong c. Craddock. .Plaintiff asked the Bench to re-hear this casse. which was adjn licated last week, as be was not present at the ittle the case was heaird: The application~ Was refused with £2 2s. costs. AssAULTr. Roland Slee charged hdgws Andrews with. assault, and said the; offence was committed on the' 21st of last moiuth. Witnesses wvere called for both sides, id the' ,Bech diecided to inflict a line of 20s., withl lOs.cos?ts."' The Bench also dealt. with a nimler petty cases.
SOCIAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891
SOCIAL EVENING. The .second social of the Brunswick Federated' Brickmnikers' Society was held on T'Ihuirsday evering in, the local. Mechanics' Institnti, iad under the splendid mniau. of ,if. Ryan's band., It piroved'": rery: enjoyable ovening, over 50 couples;, taking, pat i"n the?ldinc. s Mr:. J.' 'A Hibbits made an excellent a Cniil songs &e. were delivircd by, Messrs. W. Mbre, urgess, :\VWylieo, Shefield, 1. Warins, and Miss' l)laney. Cr::' D.' Phillips, Or. McKenzie (of Fitzror), .Mr. Ilancolr, I.L.A. (of the Timads's Ialil); Mr. Sitclh, ptesident of lhe ,-Trades H. ll, and Mr.., Whylie (of the Trades- Hall) were piesent. Mr. Malone, in +a few remarks,s explained that the funds from this'social .were to go to, assist the sh?earer strike.: "i Mr. Btlrgess, of the Trades lnal; 'expllsinCed the position the, sllearcrs were in, and he was ve ry please. to. ce sgch a, large Igtherin0 About £00 was taken.
ALLEGED HORSE STEALING [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891
ALLEGED HORSE STEALING On last Wednesday at the Brunswick police courrt, F.V. . Neale, a resident of Coburg, was' charged with this offence. Mr. Shannon defenued accused, who pleaded 'not guilty, and Inspector Browri prosecuted. Arthur Bowen deposed that on the 8th of April he had a horse in a stall paddock in McDougall-street, Bruns wick. About' that dale he missed it, and as he had never given authority to anyone, to take it out of. the enclosnue, he concluded it - was stoleni. After missing it he reported the matter to the police, and on the 8th of the present month: lie saw accused driving- his (llowei's) horse along Sydney-road. lHe ran after him, but could not overtake hitn. On the 18th inst. le again saw prisoner on ,Sydney-road with the anitnal, and spoke to hitm, asking where he got it. Was told by'Neale that lhe bought it at a sale yard six weeks before for the sunt of 5s. At witness' request hle accompanict him to the police stat;on and saw Sergeant Brown, where the state...
A CATTLE CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891
A' CATTLE CEAiIETERY. Mi. Mii iel Coonati 1 i : ouncing Irihiii?in wel l t?iowi in Brunmswick iand Coburg, .lany years ago lie could w ild tlhe shillelhi with any iuiai. ,boru n,', but the hliaund of ol 'tiic is, l|r~aiug ttion i Uickcy, altdhic is not is yoiiug as heli used to be.. K iiowiigthisi, oi0" of our youiig " i ululials" walited to, "skelp" Michael ? couple of[ weeks ago icausei Coo6ialiwas tdr~iig 0vin ol'ic cttle off his grotnd. 'Thle sklciing" was lone with i sh'toekwlhil Icy a youth nauuied Goddison, auld at the last Cobirg: court tile `" ishei' 1i' hisin ed :o. wiitih P.I_ costs. '?hr. oounan' two ihaindsome dau?liter vre prelsscint' it tl iiffra3y, and they bravely took their father's pa:it, f recing Gddisii, to beht : li.sty retreat. :Durinlg his evidenlce, Mr. Coolul .i f.trnukld thel': .L;ich t*liat the cattle were se!t on ,lis groluid. to lie,: and, ias) rule, lie foundtl it easier to bury them than h, trive thle.u to potund1 li fat., the place was a regular catt...
Dying Usually a Painless Experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891
Dying Usually a Painless Ex perience. The eigns of impending death are many and variable. Nlo twoinstaneeau re precisely identical, yet several Eigus arc?common to many cases. Shakespeare, who observed everything else, observed and'ecorded some of the premoni tory eignos ofdeath also.. In the account of the death of Falstaff' the sharpness' of the nose, the coldness of the feet, gradually ex? tending upward, the picking at the bed clothes, are accurately described. For some stime before death indicitions of its approach become apparent. Speech grows thick and lbored, the hands, it raised, fall instantly, the respiration is difficult, the heart loses its power to propel the blood to the extremities, which consequently become cold, a clammy moisture oates through the pores of the skin, the voice grows weak and husky or piping, the eyes begin to lose their lustre. In death at old age there is a gradual dol ling of all the bodily senses and of many of thle mental faculties, memory fails...
AMONGST THE COUNCILS. BRUNSWICK.—MONDAY. Present: Crs. Fleming (mayor), Driscoll, Fraser, King, Lacey, Morgan, Phillips, and Trenoweth. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891
'AMONGST THE COUNCILS. BR JNSWIVICK.-Mom,Ay. ' Present, iCrs. :Flemiing (imayor), Driscoll,- Fraser, King, 'Ladcy, 1Morgan, Phillips, and Trenoweth. . CORIESON)ENOE.. From Thos:. Straiger, on. behalf of ratepayers, calling attention to worlk going' on in Ratlidowne-street, near railway crossing, at its jnnction with Brunswick-road, and asking when it would be completed, so that the railway gates could be opined. The letter was received,.and the writer to be infirined that the work was completed. On the motion of Cr. Flomning it was decided to write to the Commissioners asking them to open the gates, so as to provide accommodation for thie tralic. From secretary Australian Starr Bowkctt Building Society, requcsting use of town hall on Tuesday, 2nd June. Granted oim usual conditions. From Catherine T. Rickarby, re lane No. 8, regretting her inability to settle' account at once for her proportion of cost of samue, but expressing her willing ness to pay £1. per month lfoum July next. Cr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891
" THE COBURG LEADER." PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, At BATES' BUILDINGS,. SYDNEY ROAD, COBUBG. PRICE-ONE PENNY. -o be. obtained at THE LEADEn Office, o~ of Mrs. Summers, News Agent. ' .JOB PRINTING of Every Description executed in the best style. CHARGES MODERATE. • ¶ULL particulars of Church Work, to .L gether with reports of proceedings of 'riendly Societies, Football, Cricket and all Athletic Clubs will be given in the columns - gti'S 5^. I.eALEnn," .nrd it is hopcd that. leaders and Secretaries will recognise our en Sdavor 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 colnr, with the proviso that all correspon de...
FIRE IN COBURG. A CHILD RESCUED WITH DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891
FARE IN COBURQ. DIF~iOULTY. l..bout ii i n night ii :ire ,broke~ ou nti a" .iei cr board. house situated ins Cekl+-tree, Coburg, andl ociptediiI yd l r'rli a O'Sullivan, a 'sidot-. :: - ?erxsogi?i , that about 9. 0 athie vnt u he 1 rout bedroom to pit t achiltjo bh d ani. placing the candle oii the drmssin a she went into the btek:ktllth sl , and s ?t beside the fire for some time.: Sli na ter wards heard a crackliiig noise in li front room, and on invcstigaio;n, fuiil 'that. the bedroomt was in lla'nus. ille caughtlit up1 the little boy who, was cahnly sleeping amiidst the roaring flanies .(probably stu'pefied) and carried hint out. The lohal brigades were speedily oil thp spot, l it they coIlld not preveqtt tte destrlc ti q of the building. It is insured in the 1'htumix Company for £550. The B.mnswick, Coburg, and iMore land brigades were smartly an the spot ::i.t by their wise efforts the fire was pl'vented flrotl spreading, and a gre:at .al. of property saved.
Poetry. A DEAR LITTLE MAID OF TWO. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891
Ioetrv. A DEAR LITTLE MAID OF TWO. 11i sing you song to a nursery tune 01 a dear little maid of two, Who has peachen cheeks and rosebud lips And eyes of a soft sea blue, With chanse of a gleeful innocence That are ripe at the age of two. She is not an angel, no, no, no, And Heaven be praised for that; She is fairly human from top to toe, With limbs that are daintily fat, And where she trots, be it high or low, There is wealth of surprising chat. Somebody's heart is strong and brave, And somebody's love is true, By day, by night, they are amply tried By this little maid of two ; But somebody's love would never tire Had it ten times more to do. What reward does somebody got, Dear dreamer with eyes of blue ? A kiss, a smile, from the roguish pet, A tender caress or two. Why, each of these is a heaven of bliss From a sweet little maid like you I Come, happy maid, with the sea-bright eyes, And prattle about my knee, Then lay that soft round cheek to mine, And laugh in innocent glee: That...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891
Havinr an L"xtensive Circulation throughout the Immediate and Suriounding Districts, our columns afford Unequalled Advantages for Advertising, sc S.-~. .... supply Tradesmen, Manufacturers and others with the best means of giving publicity to their various trades and callings - .... .. .? • : - .. .?-. . - ?, -5.. .....'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891
. W. ]Z. i iOERlTTS select and private ,cas? everry Thursday evening at the t'oblurg Public Hall. Private lessons daily. Piano, Flute and Dancing. Fees £1 Is. lu:. quarter. Visitors Is. Apply ;746 Sydney. road. Bllrunswick, or from Mr. . teh,' icell street, C oburg. 'LNDElRS are invited, and will bo re teivetl up to 4 o'clock p.m. on WVAlncsday, the 3rd June, for Channelling Reyuanii road. Chantnelling Canmeon-street. Channelling and forming Coburg-strect. Channelling Ingha m-street. Particulars at shire hall. W. J. E CIlLERLSALL, Shire Secretary. Shire Hall, Coburg, 25th May, 1S9l. J. TALBOT CHINCHEW, AIRCHIITECT, SUltVE.\tl , \ALUATOR M1.rCh grtd tlik hluildings. :. lHY)lNEY IOA.\1), COBUIti. hlrol'. Uibhlin I'ollin.sset,\l: Melburnre An.l at Fotscray. DR. W. P- MI IURPHY It cornuomenc.d pmctie at : (Ne t tIe 'oliee .Latitn), n : : i .hin i : ll ':- I. t. I o , I t a.l. ! ....... GRUNDY I & .'CO., - Y, l YDyX BOA II, * CC RiUt;. STATF.. ENI!S ',.N I ,IN NC AGEN'T.S, h.str:...
Fooling with a Panther. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891
Footing withls c .antler. -. "When I was a lad of ten," says Silas Smith, an old pioneer of Wisconsin,"my father removed to this state from New Eng land, and settled about three miles from Madieon. The place was a village then, and a Fmall one at that, and I remember once seeing a deer running down the main street with a dozen dogs alter him. The road fron the village to our clearing was little bette than a path. There wele only two farmer having oxen and waggons, and so there wvnt little use for roads. Just at the edge of the woods outside of the village was a leg barn belonging to a storekceper named Roberts. That-wne the last building we paesed F, iag home. nrd thie lirst on.r etitme to as we enteure lthe village charinl. IFrom that stablo to nyo fathet's Iouse, three miles, there was only one break in the fortest, and that was only a ten acre clearing. "After having passed over the route. eeveral times with my father, I was permitted to travel it alone when anything was wanted; ...
BRUNSWICK V. EAST RICH MOND. BRUNSWICK WIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891
BR,,Ui, ,,.BnINSC IC' r .T ; I. .?-ICH. On 'Saturday, last .the:h Brnnswick footballers jurhneyed to the Botainical Reserve to try conclusions with the East Richmond. Shortly after two o'clock the 'players and barrackers, numbering about 50, started from the Savings Bank on their journey, two splendid drags being engaged for the occasion. A large red and black flag, on which were the initials 1" 1. F'.." fluttered from the first:; 'eiole, giving the who!0 picturesquoe appearance Upon reaching their destination they found the Richmor.d boys all ready, antd were not long in " peeling" off' and getting ready for the fray. liroiley aoptained the visitors, and Mr. Mackie acted as central umpire, but a number of his decisions were very unsatifactory, and he seemed to lean towards the lic~o team. At lihqlt-pst tiree the ball was set in blotion, the 'Wicks kicking towards the west end, where it was a once taken, and Carab, from a free kick, put up first behind of the day for the visitors. T...