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BRUNSWICK FOOTBALLERS AT SEYMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891

BRUNSWICK FOOTBALLERS ATI' SBEYMOUR. J"Taisruvrnt TuITuS." A match having., been arranged againist the hl:yers of the aboive townshipi fur the .25tli i yla, I' o the lBruns wickers journcycd thither by the train in S;Sturdi iafternooin On rririving at the destinationtli?e secretary of the local clubi indl several other iiieibers"gav us a hl?earty weleoite. ?:.oWe were escorted to 21-uriray 'l'erininus. llbote,,,~ liert arn ingements h'id been. made for our eeljltil,; and. soon foun it:hat a"ll co ieetdd ?4ith tiie! H.otel' were of ';1joilly' tea d is llso n, a: m2d ,in o i:'? t pyo , - the party received ii ivitlaitot Lope.id; th- ~vening--at, some frie .. - a late hour when we agalil asrrvld' home, nd it was decided to wait' f? The e clipse of the moon. Whilst .waiting for this event to thke" plaee, thel time was passed by having a' concert between ourselves, in whicli the " Professor," took a leading part. His recitation of " Iarry comle and see 'my togs" was the cause of much ]iu...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COBURG.—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891

UO OURG.-Mo.oAY. ? The usual fortnightly mehting of the' above council was held on, Monday evening, the President (Cr. Kelly), being. in the chair, and Crs. McCrory, Vincent, Jukes, Rolland, Voice, and Culley. were present. COi.. ESPONiENCUE. From Messrs. Little and .Beasly, com plaining 'of the insanitary :condition, of the Grove, in Moreland' Park. Re ferred to the engineer to report. , From .the Caulfield .Shire Council, asking the council to join in the con-' ference in reference, to the status and qutialifications of' trnstees of :'public, reserves, and cxpressing'i the' opinion ,that .councillors should be trustees of 'suchi only 'soloiug 'as they; lioldthlp office of Iconfeillor; Requiest to "be complied-with. :Frontu ,Railway j De'iartmeint c ?the, duplication of the, Coburg line to North *Coburg, _and. also the ,question of erectiniga platforin ,on the western side of line'at' Coburg: The 'Comrimissioriers stated that from a railway point of view, neither. the duplication o...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891

Mliscellaneous, Teaching Jack a Trickl-I heard a dog story the teer Uay thatL would serie asa text in a reformatory school, or, to bring it nearer home to pumo people, as an argument in favor of edunctional discipline. The hero of this tale is a stubborn Irish setter, amiable enough, but stubborn, and trained only to be good. Ie never showed any special talent, save to keep hounse and live up to his canine instincts of barking at seedy looking strangere and evincing a proper affection. for the family.whom he honored with his maintenance. -:' Not very :ong since a young relative of the 'anmily undertook to teach Jack a trick. IIe was told the dog, was too. alubborn'fo learn anything, it was useless to waste time over hism; but the more the obstacles thrown in his way the more the young man persisted, for he said it was time Jack kcew something, and he had just taught his own dug several amusing tricks whieb'Jack should and imust acquire forthwith. Whereupon he called Jack in:o the di...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Cobury 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." JUNE 3RD, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891

"I am in the place where I am denianded of conscicunce to speak the truth, and there f.re the truth I speak, ifimpugn it whoso list." JUNE 3i,°,1891. Tsli right of one municipality! to shoot its rubbish within the. bounddiries of .aiinotlicr is at prepentt being tested ini tL? scontroversy between" BJrunswicki and :Fitzroy. The latter _dietrie? iishlis to errect a destructor to deal witl "their rh fuse, iand they desire a slice of lBiuns 'vick territory on which to plac, it. As Birunswick has enough rubbish`' of its owil to dispose of, the rnteliaar's', repre se-tltites inaturally objict to the tenlpt to foist garllage .on it, aid they itre opposed to the Fitroy p roposals. ¶i'l:it 'iunicipality. lindiug the local bdij against thein, eieavoiiured to 'ainiexa urortioi ."f Bruinswick 'imd failed in thit alttenipt, aidare now tryiig to g sJuit tis ajitul"f the'Ceitr??l boardt of" Healthlito foirward their wislies Of course utns,, wick is wiell able"to lookl after?its 6o in iitnrests, ?...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Novelist. In Love's Crucible. CHAPTER III.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891

'1ovelist. In Love's Crucible. By BERTHA ill CLAY. CHAPTER II.---Co.SrnUED. ' Will you, Maida?-will you ' was the glad, eager cry. ' Hear me ! Your father is known to theworjd as Sir Richard IHartleigh. IIo married a Constatce Faulkiier. She was a beautiful girl, and she loved him with a passionate devotion, only equalled by his for her. Heaven helped me when 1 seemed powerless to help myself. Its was of a madly jealoustemper, and he suspected his young wife, after five years of Ihappiness, of un faithfulhassw?ith afriend of his. UH killed the tmat iand the wife fled from him, fearing him, even though site was innocent. He was too angry at first to try and find her, bt afterwards he learned in somes way thatshe had been true tohim, and he tried to ftid her. I had beetn waiting for this time, and 1 watched over the fugitive woman, and in one way and another made her believe that he was eeekitiq her to take from hier her little daugh ter. Ito put detectives on her track, but each tinm...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poetry. A LIFE SIMILE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891

A LIFE, SIMILE. By J. J. This iLs, to me is like a book Of manyu-cloured page. And day by day we turn the leaves From childhood unto age.' Some leaves are like the snow.drifts No human foot'has pressed, But these are few inll iumber, The fairest-and the best. And some are brightest scarlet, Deep-dyed with drops of woe, . Wrung from tlh hearts of solffling ones Who naught but sosrow know. Some leaves are-oh, how golden! 'Gilded witll Ieams of light,. As though the ' Learly gates' had oped Upon our wondering sight. Others are soiled and bnlakened With finger-m.rks of sin, Wlhwi, heIrk'rfihig to the tempter, ,We've let him look within. 'A;d so;ne li' deep ii shandow, So we can.scarcely see The leaf on which we're gazing In hopeless misery. nut red, or white, or golden, Or shadowed o'er with dread, Each leaf mist have its turning,' . Each page be strictly read. O'er all the leaves God's grace can shed A clear and steady light, Dispersing all our mental gloom, So we may read aright.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Funniosities. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891

Funniosities. Kleptomaniacs have a taking way with them. Primus-" Does he foot his wife's bills?' Secundus-" I've seen:hi in kick at them." Brown-" Can I sell on a horse?.' b'agnall-" What' : the' matter: with him l' You can generally get' poinptotn insert life by making yourself 'familiar with toe bee. : We can't leave for an hour." Wnynot" .. "My wile has gone into the kitchen for a seconuti.' Smiley-" Now, rmemnber, Idon't wrn: a evey l:argpictur'e. Photoraipher-" All right, sir, then plr.ese '?iesc Vyour mouth'.' ) ! ° ' . If a man serves him faitihfilly six days in thld ;:week the ?ddovil: doesn't'?-?are murh whether he goes to church oin Sunday or not. Set ,llight- Do .you belong to tle ctilrrtch,? inquijre th?d clergy'mat of Lie janitor. SNo"replied ohe janitor; ?' " the church belongs to me. More tha'n slihe asked forI: Mis. Spoon,?y "Wll yoi lobve me just as much,d:arlinr, when I am oldI " .o , ,-?' :Mr Spoone:" Moie; Lydiai you won't he so sillthih . ' " Did you.tip-the wa...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Novelist. O'Neil M'Darragh, THE IRISH DETECTIVE; Or, THE STRATEGY OF A BRAVE MAN. CHAPTER VI.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891

O'Neil I'Darragh, TILE IRISH DETECTIVE ; Or, THE STRATEGY OF A BRAVE MAN. BY OLD SLEUTH.' ----+*.**.--- CHAPTER VI.-(CoxTNuss,) Turning about, the cautious man retraced his steps for about two hundred yards. and then, drawing his knife, cut a mark upol a tree. Thus, moving along backward towards the road from whence he had started, he marked hisroute upon a different tree, until the open road was reached. On the border of this be was very particu. lar in making his marks, when, at length, he once more started for the tavern. He reached thelatter without encountering any further adventures, and managed also. to crawl back into the room fron wscsh he had stolen forth some three hours prav 01tSl?. He arrived just in time to escape observa tion, as dawn was just breaking, and the folks about the tavern were bIgatning to move around. Latein the forenoon the same Irishman who had had the struggle with Indirn Jock entered the bar-room. " Well, did you have a good breakfast?" "asked the lan...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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The Inner Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891

The Inner Man. ontagious Diseases.-An eminent phy ...,an esay that ecilet fever is very much less contagious than is commonly supposed; much less, in fact, than measles and whoop ing cough; and in proof of his opinion, he cites the fact that, while it is the rule for measles and whooping cough to affect all the children in a household, ecarlet fever ueually limits its attacks to one or two, even though there may be others who have never had the disease, andi tu therefore presumably suscep tible. There is one point which the doctor it seems to us, does not lay eullicient stres upon; and that is, that, while parents dread scarlet fever, they have but little fear of measles or whooping cough, and, being in fluenced by that popular, pernicious and foolish impression that all children must at some time of their lives have theee latter diseases, they take no pains to isolate'the sick fromnt the well. as they do if the disease be scarlet fever. The writer could give re peated instances whe...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONVICT DAYS IN VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. TRUE CHRONICLES. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] No. 2. THE FATE OF SAMSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891

CONVICT DAYS IN VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. TRUE CHRONICLES. ?ALL RIGIIS RESERVED.] ivo. 2. THE FATe OF eANSMo.'.: The'growing importance of Hobart: Town in 1825, when Colonel Arthuria?shimed the post of Governor, made that gentleman look around for a more suitable place to establish the convict prison. In 1825 the population of Hobart Town was 5!000, of whom hall were convicts, and in 1830 this number had increased to 12,000. The free people were gradually squeezing out the land and a con vict settlement in the heart of a large town was not at all desirable. Of course, as ser vants, these convicts were utilised, but that was only because none other could be got. It wasnot pleasant toi have in one's house hold (as a gentleman of means from England who spent a year"in Hobart Town with his wife and family had) a burgular for grdom.i a garrotter for his footman, and a bigamist for a maid-servant; but it had tobe borne. The day was fast coming when this would he no longer necessary and the peopl...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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A Hunting Adventure. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891

A llutftisng Advenlture. William Christopher, a well.known farmer of Stockton, California, arrivedin town some time ago with a curiosity in the shape of the skull of a monster wild boar which he had killed in the rules near the head of Twenty one-mile Slough the week before. The eircum stances attending the killing of the animal are as follows: Early in the morning one of the men em ployed on the Christopher ranch armed him self with a shot-gun and went into the woods in search of game. He had not pro ceeded far when he heard a noise, as though some heavy animal was forcing its way through the thick tangle of the scrub that grow on either side of the track. A moment later the hunter was startled by seeing an enormous wild boar step from the brush a few feet in front of him, and effectually blockade the beaten track. The animal ap peared to be as much surprised as the man, and stood for a few seconds gazing at the hunter. The latter turned and ran for a small willow tree. The boar wi...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 June 1891

NEWS AND NOTES SWhy do ynu go there?' was au exclama tion overheard between two 'Coburg ladies thc othlir ight:.' "bclie ic 1flaltl tait :orr quality and, prices 3."Crory s. groceries ;art' 'tisltit'thipsfa fib thO it'd "1i`'ue tried other supposol cheanlp grocers, bitt I have. come to the conclusioi that qulity is the true. t st of cheaptme.s II oueccr, if you doubt imy word, give him a'trial inil see for youtreif;' his'establl ihmcint' is 't .t i 3d rlrv rovl. Cobur".--A vT. , . Mr. W. I.' Roberts secod' assembly tooki. pl:ce ,oit 'lihurt~dty las t, at the public Ball, Ceblibr and protved t teat success. The nl: ixt will lbe 'held oi Thursday .e:cuing.' Cobtur shire, has onie feui le 'hin es within its boundgries, and ·S '.ale mongolians. J13runnswick: has' i 135. niaisciilne o" lilties,"a; ' :io; fenLales In' neither. ofi the districts'is there ai aboriginal resident, or., eve a half-caste aboriguit .. .: The Railway ='Coommissioncrs are opjiosed pr tlo prIosahs t Courg to duplic...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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POLICE NEWS. BRUNSWICK.—WEDNESDAY. Before Messrs. Stranger (chairman), Fleming, Clement and Dr. Talbot, J's.P. AN OBSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

POLICE NEWS:; BIRUNSWVICK. ,WEODNES . AY. Before Messrs. Stranger (chairman), Fleming, Cleoment and Dr. Talbot, J's.P. AK OC3TnOCTION. -William Detmole" was charged with; leaving a cart on the street in'. such'a manner as to obstruct:traffic. A fine of 5s. was inflicted. AN EGG CASE. Constable Dyson "'prodeeded against Albert Spencer and Frank Newcome on a charge of insulting behavior. Mr. Nichols deposed that the two boys; on the 21st .of May, were in front of the West [;runswick State School about 7 o'clock in the evening. About a dozen rotten eggs weire. thrown through one of the windows. He went outside and saw the to boys, one of them, Spencer, putting on:i false heard,. cut ell sorts of capers behind his back, and while he was remonstrating', .the other defendant thirew arothtr,,eggi which passed over his head and struok the school wall. Constable ,Dyson also saw the two boys, but did not see any eggs thrown by defendants. He afterwards: found tiraces' of eggs and fragments "'...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poetry. WINTER [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

Il 'taý '" W INTERI' ·t We knor thiat'ti good old winter slhold ce e :Roving Iw.tle from his Lonlpa d home: 'Til'fitting that we should bhear the sound Of his reindeor.sledge on the slippery ground;: For his wide and glittering cloak of snow Protects the seeds of life below: Beneath his mantlo ore nurtured and born The roots of the flowers, the germs of the corn. Thio whistling tone of his pure, strong breath, Rides, purging the vapors of pestilent death. Ilove him, I say, and avow it naain, For God's wisdom and might lhow well in his train. But the naked-the poor I I know they quail With crouching limbs from the biting gale: Tlhey pine and starve by the fireless hearth,i 4. And weep as they gaze on the frost-boand earth. Stand nobly forth, ye rich of the land, With kindly heart, and bounteous hand; Remember, 'tis now their season of need, And a prayer for help is a call ye must heed., A few of thy blessings, a tithe of thy gold, Will save the young and cherish the old. 'Tis a glori...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE NOTES. COBURG—TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

POLICE NOTES' COULRG -TUESDA i Before Messrs. Viiscent (chli uan),a dl `Voice, J's.P. :, A YOUNG- ROUGI.i Anthony IIeiuncgan i?is cviarhed with wilfully destroying the property of,Miss Leape to the value of £5;L! Prisoner pleaded not. guilty.:: Miss Leape;, licensee of `the L'ost Office Hotel, gave evidencetlat otn the night of Tuesday, the 22nd:irnst Hennegan came into the bar, aidala ?he: appeared to lbe under the -inflieidei of drink. she refused to serve luin. ;He then broke a mirror' Constable Saunders 'stite.dh lwa called to the hotel and 'fontd prisoier there. lie also saw' the biokei'Tnirror. Ilennegan said he was drunk at the timle and did not' resleunbelr eth iiig. : A fine of 20 .. in delaidt Ore n lilth's imiprisonment with 5 l-daiuage ;iii deSfault di-trcss was imposed. - Two other clharges of Ieing drunk anu disorderly andt resisting the plsice were alIso preferred against ilcnnegan. Cons-table Sauhders gave evidence of the clharges, :alii the Ihnich lined accusc e on ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

:l-tavLn an Eixt nsi\ve Circulation throughout the Imnmediate and' Surrounding Districts, our columns afford Unequalled Advantages for A?ivertlslng and supply Tradesmen, Manufacturers and others with the best. means of giving publicity to their various trades and callings,

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

(iO ,the ELECTORS, of. tih'me 'NOJRTH . RlDING of the S.llE :of COLURGi; ,mlics and Gcntleinu,, . . [, the undersigned, beg mostrespeLtfully to.intinuate that , will be a caudidate at the forthconiino lcectioi.?. (Sigued) JOHN 'ticKAY, n lHE 1'RESBYTEIiiAN OIURCIi, 1 <COBURG" ;e!:: Georg" Carson. of Prestod, will preachn oifi :Wcdnsdapi , 10th, June; at 8 o'clock, ori the occiasidn of the Thanksgiving Serviceafted Cmoniunioi. ';On Sunday, 14thr Juiie, lcev J. Mathlicw M .A., will preaclh .morning and '' cuiug. Morning Subject:-" lfearers 'arnd Doers." Evening Subject::-" Tie First auid Firewecll Letters of the Apostlo P'anl."::: :::-' II. R. BEr ~clct?,?dinciu 1 classesi ever Tliursday cventing at the Coburg Public HalL Private lessons daily. Piano, Flute and Dancing. "Fees' £1 Is. per quarter. Visitors Is. Apply 676, Sydney road, Brunswick, or from Mr. Birch 1I;; street, Coburg. MRS. J. ,TYLER, Presents her complimnents to the resideits of the district, and desires to an...

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Is Life Worth Living ? [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

I? life worth liinvif Yes sogon As there is wong to rigthht( Wail of the weak w'ainst the strong, ! Or tyranny tf;ht .: Long as there ltgeIrs gloom to chase,.: Or streaming tears to dry, One kindred woe, one sorrowing face That smiles as we draw nigh ; Long as a tale of angeish swells 'T +'The heartaeii lids rozw wet. And at the nsoniL of Chilsitnas bells .aSeo ardonMaudforget'.o So long as Faith with Freedom reigns, A'! And loyal Hlpolsuorvi.ses. ;i If And graciousCliarity remains To leaven lowly lives;' While there is one untrodden track, . .For Intellect or Will, + : " F o And men are free to tliihn and act,:,,

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RED ROSE v. STAR OF PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

REu ROSF . lr STAR O1' PARK. This match was played on lthi gruouid of the Ilitter, and resulted iii win for th?e clark awhno` kicked :o goals to the Red Ro c's'. ' Those whi ipayed best for th Red Ruse wrie Kilbyi Raphelhcl (Q),!Ellard 'and Ryan

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Poetry. SPOIL THE ROD AND SPARE THE CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

SPOIL THE ROD AD SPARE THE CHILD. , T raucIs a. mi ., Men and awomanShakeipesor tells no, Are but children larger grown This is true as truth cai make it Few are fit to iun alone.," Not innadult osoul'aijd'tis Blut some folly, has beguiled; Then'when little'onesa:ie faulty, Spoil the rod and spare the child. Anoger only wakeis anger Love it is that rules the heart; Forcs restrains, but doaenot conquer, Though the bitter tear may tstrt,' If you'd reach an erring bosom,. Trust to reason and be mild, Give not way to brutal passion Spoil the rod and spare the child, If, with all his boasted knowledge, Man is changeable and weak, Can he with a show of' reason, . ' erfectness in childhood seek ? On I then gently deal with children, If they wayward prove and wild, Loa will tring them to submission Spoil the rod and spare the child. Nevie yct did boy of spirit Feel the sharp lash to his gain; U by love you cannot rule him, You may lacerate in vain. Glorious,brightloyed, romping childhood ly...

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