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BRUNSWICK V. PRAHRAN. BRUNSWICK WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

BRUNSWICK V. PRAHRAN. BRUJNSW[CK'' WINa.' The above 'clubs met last?saturdiy on the latter's. giound, rearL of! the Waiehousemen's:.: 'cricket ground. Brunswick. were minus tbhe services of J. Brown, A. Bray and Davis, the first named .being unable to play owing to injuries received in a previous minatch. Bromley, the visitor's capitain, lost thei toss, and theurah r==1 asd 4 th slight breeze in their favor. . On .commencing hostilities neither side had any advantage .for a time, buitPrahrau at last broke' the ice by scoring a behind. Brunswick thercn re spondcd, and Hope scored a miinor point by a long kick' Thele home: team shortly' after 'scored first goal. : From the;? bounce,- the. 'Wicks:. worked the eatb:er to the lagoon end, 'here Casey' and Hartley both missed easy chances to "'sc ro:ý Prahran again succeeded - in taking ':the oval away, and had no difficulty in scoring No. 2 goal.' After this the play was all around the ground: for" some time, but eventually a' scrimmage t...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTS AND PASTIMES. FOOTBALL MEMS. VICTORIAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. FOOTBiLL MlES. VIOTORIAN JUNIOR :FOOTBAL L .PREMIERSHIP. The followiving table shows the result of "mabchesD phlyr d ,the local clubs u;pl to daite: Brunswick . ---: 30 15 20 Stai of ' 3 2 -. 12 Brunswick Coburg :,. 1 1 -1- 19 ,

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COUNCIL TABLE. BRUNSWICK PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

THE COUNCIL TABLE.: BRUNSWICK PUBLIC WORKS., " The Brunswick Public Works Coi-: mittee held. -their :usUiil fortniglitly meeting on last Monday .evening, there being present Cr. Fraser iii the :;chair,' and. Cr.= King, Fleming,, Lacey, Phillips, Trenowethli, Morgan; and Driscoll andjtIlelhvei - coRRESPONDEKCE.' The following letters ,ere? read and, dealt with. From R. HH. Olver, J. Grndy, ;and others, calling attention to :the bad state of the crossin'q from: S;dnej:road to Tinning-stre.t: and also requesting' that the crossbig from right-of'way to Albion street: be iniprovedl. Referred to the Engineer. ::- From the Health officeri:stating that in company with -Cr.Morgan lihe visited on. the 21st ult., .a largel portion of the north ward;'and found that same of thie streets were in a had state of drainage. Received. The doctor's remarks about the state of 'sniome f the :houses visited were of a severe character. From H. Woollard of 297 Edward street, complaining of stagnant water ly...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMONGST THE COUNCILS. COBURG.—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

AMONGST THE COUNCILS. COIURG.M'onAY, The usual fortnightly meeting of the above cohncil was held ::oh Moiday evening, the President (Cr. Kelly); bcing' in the chair, and Crs. McCrory, Vincent, Jukes, Rolland,, Voice, Culley and Fischer were also present. OORRESPONDENOE. From the Secretary of the Municipal Association, riequesting the council's support in resisting any attempt to alter tlihe present system of distributing the annual enoowment, so far as the distribution of £450,000 (the annual vote) was econdcerned, and expressing the opinion that' the municipalities re ceiving extra endowment should get it frbm a'special grant. Cr. Voice moved that the members of th?: district be written to asking them to'support the views expressed. Cr. Rolland seconded. Carried. From the Enterprise Building Society, * calling, attention to the dirty and im . passable condition of Station Avenue. Cr.: Vincent moved, and Cr. -Voice seconded, that the secretary be informed that 'the matter is now rec...

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 X.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

'liMovetist. O'Neil 'a rraghi, TIE IRISH DE TE CTIVE ; Or, THE STRATEGY OF A BRAVE M-AN. --- -- .,-o. t- --- 13BY OLD SLEUTH. CHAPTER X.-(CortnnD,) ' My name is Turner,' said the rich San. SYou're the father of the gal the young chap was to have married,' said the pri sorer. No,1 amn 'only her guardian.' * Well, since you have taken so much interest in my case,: 'm sorryl murdered the poor chap,' aid the prisoner, bluntly. Jonathan looked oghast. 'Sorry you murdered him?' he ex-: claimed. ' Yes, sir.' * Sorry you murdered whom?' ' Young Treudall.' ' You are cracy, man." said Jonathan Turner. 'I must have been when' I killed the poor young man, and that will be my plea before the court. Jonathan Turner looked p2rplexed,' and his face showed how 'great was his astonish ment. He could not appear to fully realise that he had heard :he man aright, and once hore heasked:, ; . SDo you say you really murdered the young man ?' SYes,' was the prisoner's dogged :e ply. SBy George ! if this is ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REFORMER BESSIE. Four Children Learn a Good Deal from a Little Puppy. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

]RE ORMIER BIESSIL Feour Children Learn aI Good Deal from a Iiittle Puppy.:m': !:'r i L. S. Hunt tells the fcllowing uneiqo little. Bessie must have wakened in the morning with a plan in herhosy little iead forteach tno'certain members of 'the Newton fam6ily a lesson.. The .fiist thing she did was to go into the library, and finding on a chair a new magazine that Harry h1a left there she pulled oif a cover. There l'"' thoughti,she, "I'll teach Harry not to leave so vtuiabhle a thing as a book whereiit doesn't belong.!' Then she went into the boys' room,.and finding a borrowed Bonok out of place ste re marked to herself : ". This will never do.? A borrowed book should always be. put care fully'y 'aay. 'Itll just' destroy this one to teach Master.Willie a lessoin." r So'he soon defaced its pretty bright color badly. Next she visited 3iirjoryissroom,'and findingmore:ddist on the floor than should have been there she evidently thought of the saying : "Dirt is mijplaced matter," `id cave...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wild Animals in Texas. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

Wild Animals iix Taeias> " Wolves, coyotes, wild cits and Ipanthers in Texas are spultiplying under the protec tion of the barbed-?-irc fence and the apathy ?t the State legislatorsi" a' few years since, a thorough scalp lan. would ihave settled forev?r the wild animal question in Texas at a small expense. Now it willcost twice the money, and meantime stockmen and farmers have lost manytimes.,the.money in calves, colts, 'nOd, heep. killed., I l~--few years things will be much wo'rse. ' A ranch:nan, G. A. Anderson, of Kiniiy County, has been compelled 'to buy a pack of hounds and turn huntsman to .protect his flock from tnc increasing ravages of Dsanther: The same thing is happening all over Texas.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Humorous. When The Corn's Laid By. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

"When The Corn s Lld By. \Vhen the corn is all izntassel an 'bout ready'to lay by, An' you hear the leaves . arustlin' round you 'bout plough-handle high, An' the crinkle of the growin' stalks oun: twistin' in the sun Makes you wisht yo could i-untwisttha things youohadn't it ght to donne'; Then you straddle down the furrow, with your:bhre feet in tlihedi'it, i' :?: t'i '" So whistlin' full o' happiness you actooally An' thinkin' o' the rest to come you heave a happy sigh When the corn is:all ir tassAcl aii'P'bt6t ready tolayby. ;iOpt.,,? l :at 'f Yaj There's a somethin' fiiith' air: o' summer makes yoi wianti tosino' - 'IAN But 'tain't the sort 'o ditty'at you'd warble bint8 sprinig.e:ial v, I r1i'Sa,;: ed-: Love'nat tears your' rail to':flindersa in' the I "spring, you understsn'; Is the summer-satisfiijdzess f'f the !settled' I, fambly-niani?'-;: : :: i i.,!;;:?:y . er young ltobiniinthd 'spriog.tim e lhe his sweetheart in his-armrs But they're:mated, in midsummer an'ihe 's i. go...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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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." JUNE 10TH., 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

QGl Q~Eubntry Xab4k. " I am in the place whoere I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and there-, n fore the truth I speak, impugn it. whoso lisL" " JUNE Torn., S891. In such a large manufacturing cornm munity as that , of ? Brunswick :and Coburg, where the buzzing' and h'uin of naclijncry may be hcald at any boor of the day or night, i is almoist- a-matter of inmpossibility,---despite the untmost care and most stringent rules enforced--for accidents not 'to ccur at times, aid. it I is the bounden dluty of all: large em-: plovers of labar to see that some steps - are' taken by: their mechanics :to be-. cutoe acquainted iwithl some of the edc imentary: principles of medical science, specially those relating to the stppage of bleeding from arterial wounds, han daging, and the restoration of apparently: drowned or. suffocaled persons. In the Railway IDepartment we have an in stance where those in authority haue already grasped the situation, and have provided tlhe means where...

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 — 10 June 1891

NEWS AND NOTES. Why do you go there?" was an exclama tion overheard between two Coburg ladies the rther night. " Iccanue 1 find that for quality and prices I'Crory' ;rocerics are really the chcapest in the end I have Iried other sulposul cheap grocers. hint I have come to the conclusion that ' quality is the true t ust of cheapness. hlowevre, if you doubt tmy word, give hint a trial and ace for yourself his establishmeut is at Sydtnelc rowul Coburg."--ADV'T. Cr. Voice spoke at the last meeting of the shire council, as to the necessity of haring a Mechanic's lustitute in Cohtrg. It is really time that such a useful in stitution swas established, antd it only requires a little energy and public spirit, on the part of residents to have one in our midst ere long. It w:is decidcd by thi Cuburg council on 3loinday evening, to metal four chains of dalli tree ,fron i 'Sdnc road, to a t short udiatanic pi4 Dr: Dlyring s redi cict " Tlis work is very badly needed. The footpath will not be asp...

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CONVICT DAYS IN VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. TRUE CHRONICLES. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] No 4. CLANCY'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

VAN DIEMAN'S LAND TIL.UE CHRONICLES:, , P** *IDA [ALL ,GI.'IGH; ERS 1'" " No "1. CLACCi S DEATH. . L'. Tlid lokot" eitPEaglebifwk neck had in deced sighted the, fugitivrs.:, With the aid of a glass lie plainly saw the three men on a raft, and of course, knowing of the convicts' Iescapq, ,he gave then.alarm. A boat was always kept at the "Neck, and this was mannied?.:I1lieutenant Sparling and six men stepped into her, and soon the, craft was moving ripidly afiter Clancy and his com paniono. . The latter had, however, a very good start, "and they 'plied their primitive oars with redoubled energy as they saw the im minent peril they were in. They went through the water at a rate that astonished themselves, and in the excitement they for got theirweakness-for the inforced starva tion on the peninsula had told on their strength. The wild and rugged nature of the, mainland which lay before tFem gave hope that once ashore they would be able to evade their pursuers. The boat was rapidly gai...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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A Good Man [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

SA G00 oo M n ui7Ir 1 ne i There is a mnar in our town, 'andI he"is won. Whenever he writes th perinter-man he dot: teth all his i's"- idi , A 'b, 3 ia ,. And when he's dotted all tof themsith great He punctuates each paragraph, a nd crosses all his t's. Upon one side alone he writesand n?er-rollad his leaves:Y And from the miiinf ink'a smile? and mrak "insert" receives. Andd When' niquestion hhe dothsika (tanglit wisely he has been), . 'Hedoth the goodly penrystoin pfor pnst'ge; Theolast ierformance"of 1'.Patiencel in Berlin, ias honored by distinguished atten dndee: ;In lthc rovito box were Prince :Wi' hiam and" his wife, and lin the..p'arqsestl sat .the Prinsess iismahrrk 'ad her d'inuhtelrthe Countess: Baitzan, with her .thuslatid :hd : princess is a simple, matronly lokIp, wo man. ? Dressed in'plain blaisk, wit ans t d' fashioned bonnet,, onie might tiunk. her a food ! "burger. frau" or farmer's wifce. Though 16ngycats have pessed,shiejhasi re ,mained the sameni and Bismarck, t...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Novelist. In Love's Crucible. CHAPTER VII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 June 1891

In Love's Crucible. By BER2THA, .AL .CLAY. CHAPTER VII.--ContriiEDu 'You must' be tired,' ho said. . Shall we not say good night ?' " l'Perlbps t wouald better,' sho replied. '1 hope, mydear child, that you will have sweet and refreshing dreams the first night of your re turn home. he said gently, and he took her hand and kissed it. . .. L,. 3 hIer demeanonur had been studiously cold, hbut at this ac a struggle seemed to take place in her breast. Sho had already taken a step or.two to leavre h1i, ?t..he sli, "siddenlyturned, and putting both hands on Ihis- shoulders, hissed Thim on the lips. H ecaught her in his arms and 'murmured, brokenly: . 'I Myaughter, my daunghter, how good you are tomel' '.1 wish Lcould: be,' she cried, for oh I you are my father !'. Neither Sir Richard nor Guy understood what she meant at that time; they thought that it was merely the cry of a forlorn heart; but in aftertimes they remembered it, and understood it better. She left them and went to her own cha...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INSECT PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 17 June 1891

INSECT PESTS. \ce have received from the Govern ment Entomologist Part 1 of a handbook of the ' Destructive Insects of Victoria," with notes on the method to be adopted to extirpate them. The work has been prepared by Mr. C. French, the Govern ment Entomologist, who is an enthusiast on the important questions involved. The information given will prove of great benefit to horticulturists and tillers .of..the soil generally Th~Rtlolo contains 'a: number of plates :;,executed; in first, class t s'yle '.by. iiinds andf M~cDougall and Trocdal andl o Coaih, l the tlccrpress ias 'been done" at the1 Governinent: printing oflice.,o-f:' it~a step in tie righlt dlIelion I aiu loiltaui nmuich iseful informaiitioi n h The. establishment. of the int'oiio logist, deparlnent by the ilati Governu nmena will prove a, boon to agriculturists andi iln clioosing %r.'1 Frenhcir fori the responsible position lie ..holds,, a; wisdom'f was :liowni which is'now bcaring 'fruit. Ihie hrst ed'tion of the work co...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. P. DUNNE'S BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 17 June 1891

lsIW 1? D[t iUNNE'S BUILDINGSj A pie. of; builddius, wich9wil add much to the business like appearance of Syd?eyi?oad, are just inow in course of erection for MIr. P. Dunne, whose family kere amongst the oldest and most re spcteld iesidents of Coburg. The buildings, which are situated nearly opposite the Commercial Bank, are being built on the site of a rather historic grocery store, as Mr. 'Dunn's father opened it in 1852. The pile w'hen complete will consist of five two storied shops, built in the most sub stantial and convenient nauncer. Three of these have fine dry and spacious cellars, provided with a patent syphon to guard against the possibility of weter remaining in them. There will be eight private rooms in each in addition to the large shop, the windows of which con sist of single panes of enormous size. The rooms are very lofty, being 13 feet in the clear, well lighted and ventilated. Running along the front of the build ings will be a wide balcony very hand somely finish...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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THE PROGRESS OF COBURG PASSFIELD AND BENTON'S NEW BAKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 17 June 1891

THE PROGRESS OF. COBURG: PASSFIELD AND BENION'S: EW 'BAKERY. ' taken 'nioh thihselves the iesponsible task of supplying the.- staff of life to a good many thousand ieople. Generally a man finds" it' hard enough to feed his own family, but this" enterprising firm would as soon cater for a city, as for a household, and judging by the buildings they are now crcting at Moreland, on Sydney-road, their ambition must be to do the former. Both the partners are men of unusual skill and expereuce at their business. They have worked in London, Birmingham, Africa, Queens land, and elsewhere, at the trade, and now in Brlunswick, Coburg, and the orthern parts of Melbourne, they are creating a revolution in the bakery and catering business. Mr. Passfield has just received the Royal Letters Patent for his hygienic bread, and Mr. Benton is the greatest expert in the Australia in the making of spontaneous yeast. Their skill has brought theon such enormous custom, that. although having large works at ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BLIND ASYLUM CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 17 June 1891

BLIND ASYLUM CONCERT. l'he annual concert at Brunswick in aid ofl the ,funds of tho funds of the Victorian Asylum and School for ,the Blind, was held in the local town hall on Thursday last.. The :place iwas crowded, ,. showing tlihat , residents' appreciate the good work done by !the institution, and the Mayor (Cr. Fleming) occ'upied' the 'chair. . The asylum' hand' rendered selections of music in front the hall :duiing the early portioni of the evening, and attracted'a large crowd of onlookers. The following programmin was i gone through, and the various. tems were lourily applauded by- the audience':-Chorus, " A New Year's Carol," :Ch'oir; pianofortO' u da.ett, Mihsses'M . Aston anid `IL Wotton;, song, " The Spanish Gipsy,?: Miss' Rauferi Aston'rind W'Wtton' c'horus;" 'intager' Evening. Song," Oloir;'instrument; trio," Rondo," Messrs. ,Solomion,. Snell and Ritchie; song, " The unlinished Picture. M:iss A.. Wilson; Song, "Ir Fear no Foi," Mr: C Watson(i horus, 'To Harmony, Seraphi...

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The Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 17 June 1891

The lHome. Women in Business.-Blusiness men aind cads of gsvernmlenlt departments ha:ve s.nu mles said to" me that they have tried women lerks, found them unsatisfactory, and have given up the experiment. Their objec.tions are, that women are inclined to ask andl ac cept favors, and to excuse themselves for shorteomings, and that they, the employers, find it dillieult or unpleasant to • bring women to time,' and demand the exact and pronmpt performance by them of all their duties, such as would be required of a man in the same place. There is no excuse for any women who' takes this line of action, when she hassecuredi work. She should know that every time she asks for a half hour's leave of absence, every time she comes into the office late, every timn she excuses herself, with a smile, or worse yet, a tear, for some piece of carelessness, she is injuring not only her own chancesof earn ing a livelihood, but those of all other women who have to go out into "the' world to earn their ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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COBURG.—TUESDAY. Before Messrs. Vincent (chairman), Voice, and McCrory, J's.P. INSULTING BEHAVIOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 17 June 1891

COBURG --TUESDAY Before -Mcssrs. - Viicent : (chlnit man), Voice, and MlcCrory,, J's.P. INSULTING.BEHAVIOI.i, Patrick Riley was chaargd with tile above offence, and fined 10s. with 3s. Gd. costs, in default 48 hours' imprisonment. ,. ltiUNilK. John l1rcNeii pcleaded guilty 'to being diruit: 'Fined 5s., in default 24 hours' iiplrisonment. . 'TI EFT. Annie, Smith': was charged with stealiing an umbrella, hat, and one navy blue skirt. SSrahli he Anderson gave esvidence thiat lrisoneE had been cniigagcd at a labo office as domestic servint, but the second; day Smith was in the house the articles were 'stolel and 'pawned. Prisoner pleaded guilty, and she was sent to gaol for one month. 10s. costs were allowed.

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 17 June 1891

Miscellaneous. lnding a Hand -About forty years . o.ver.l haulers were employed in carry lg pig' iron from llraymbo to Queensferrv. Among the number was one \William Grilithos, who is still alive. This man, when going down the street one day with his load of iron, was accosted by a stranger, who chatted very freely with hin. Among the questions, the stranger asked how much he got per ton for carrying the iron. "Six and sixpence," said the carter. " What weielt have yso on the car I" "About a ton and a half." "And what do you pay for gates'" " Eighteen pence." " lshw much does it cost to keep the mare ?" " Thirteen ethillings a week." P'resently they reached the foot of the hill. " How are you going to get up this hill?" asked the stranger." "Oh, I man get my shuder' and push up here," was the an:swer. " I'll help you a bit," said he ; and he im mediately put his shoulder to the cart, and pushed up the hill well. When they reached the top the hauler said : "You an' me been as good as...

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