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Josh Billings' Philosophy. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 July 1891
Josh Billingys' Phlilosophy. In grate crowds o persons like grate flocks, ov birde, there iz mutch more noise end clattering then sense. There are but dredful few people who kean talk ten minnite tew yu without lugging into the convereashun their bak or telummuk akop. Sine ore the only things that i repent 07. I nevre could make ennything repenting uv bluntors. Whisky friends are the most unprofitable ones i kno ov; they are alwuz reddy tow drink with yu, but when yu are reddy tow drink with them, then they ain't dry. I look upon a pure joke with the sams venzroehun that i do upon the 10 eom. mnndmeots. Yu kant hire a man tew be honest. lHe will want hie wages raized every morning. The most successfual men I have ever known are those who are konstantly making blunders, but never seen tew kno it. I kno plenty of folks who are so kondem kontrary, that if they should fall into the river, they would insist upon floating up stream. Cne ov the most reliable prophets i know ov itz an old h...
He Was Looking For Presents. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 July 1891
lie Was Lookkicg .For .Presents. On New Year's Day.a workman pre. sented himsell at the house of a weallby manufacturer. SSir, I wish yoiua happy New Year." "Thanks, my good man." "And I have come for my New Year's gift." " Who are you? I don't recall yore face." "' Why, am the man who always comes tu borrow your wheelbarrow." Ic the woman who goes to church to ex. hibit her seal-ukin sacque-religious. BLVENS: "What role does your star actor take the most interest in 1" Manager (enero getically)' " The pay-roll."' I Sous scamp recently decorated in the night the great door or Pt'ntonville prison with the legend: " Hair cut while you 'rait." n. YououuanaesnnD: "My dear, this sleek es ours gives the whole room tone." Mra, Younghusband: "Naturally; it'e.the only striking thing in it." Wrcrins: "It you-don't let up on your drinking, Vickars, one of these days you wil, he having snakes." - Vickarsa: "No, I won't. I drink nothing but imported Irish whisky, and there can't he any rsakes in...
Hints to Swimmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 July 1891
Hints to Swimmers.-" Whenthe bath. ing season arrives," remarked a natatorium professor tho other day, " we'll hear of the usual miximum of drowning cases, and among them, as usual, a fair share of expert swimmers. The chief reason why good swimmers are so often drowned when they are accidentally thrown into the water is because the shock causes them to looso their presence of mind. The loss of presence of mind leads to paralysis of the body, orto such wild exertions as accelerate drowning, instead of contributing to preservation. The ability to behave wisely in case of sudden accidents can only be acquired by experience, just as everything else has to be acquired. The theory of tihe matter can be taught in swimming schools, but the practice must be acquired by expcrience. Hence, in sonme of the European swimrming schools, says the Icbrewu fournal, the pupils are taken out boat riding and purposely upset, as though tihe upsetting were accidental. They are also suddenly pushed overbo...
The Stranger. NOT BY BRET HARTE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 July 1891
The St-ranger. NOT BY BRIIET lIARTE. We were camped on the creek, Dy ole lparinerand 1, Dead beat with our walkin' And jis' goin' to lie Down and tuomble ourselves into sluts' her, When we heard a Inud, hollowine cry 'Twos a chap as was losst So my wiser clihu said Whlich pIolitL intimstion destroyed SythIsn'hts of the ldead Arisin'ad pli opn'tihe territory`!.·! Which they ancated for their damp' bcd. . 'Tiyausi ti-mgeir we met, i ts i mer nti aiilir hue, II inthis meio~iiiit alone, To the tluiiii blaze' drw, Aid seated hiskeif on a canmp stool' !With's fnriard ts swhich hangs to soise few ". IHesought shelter, 'tinms plun, Sluichi lool s woudi bespeak, And I promised it reulily Ere one could speak;l " Whilemysoiphistical matecchoodfaintl; "He'd be ilarned if I hadn't a cheek" Persunsion lent swa'iy, With its powerful might;, Had it ibeein an encouinter 1 ishould not have been righlt, For my piardner was far from weak stature In truth he paid marked love tod ght. When the mornin' dd...
BRUNSWICK V. ALBION UNITED. BRUNSWICK WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 July 1891
I3RU, NSýY4Olg, V:, ALBION~, '!..UNITIED. BRUNSWICK WINS. Saturday last, although it was very wet in the moruning, clearcd up, as is usually tihe case, for ile footballers in the afternoon, and despite the ground being rather sloppy, a very pleasant afternoon was spent watching and play ing the Anustralian national game. The Brunswick was again to the fýrc, and journeyed to the Royal Park to try con clnaions with the Albion United, whom they defeated easily. There was a vast difference in the play of the Brunswick boys, they seeming to take as their motto, " Unity is Strength," and work ing mnore together. But still there is plenty of room for improvement in this department, and if they play more to one another, and not so selfish, we are certain they could defeat any of the junior teams in the colony, and sonme of the seniors too. Mr. Morton acted as central umpire, and gave general satis faction. Brumley, as usual, captained tihe Brunswick. Shortly after three the ball was set in ...
The Fastest Boat in the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 July 1891
The Fastest Boat in the World. The torpedo boat, Adler, construcoted in Germany for the Russian Black Sea fleet, is described by the Russian papers as the fastest war vessel afloat, having attained during its trial trip a speed of 26.55 knota. She is 150 teet lon.g, and 17 feet broad, with a displacementof 1560tone. Three gunboats, Ge of which-tho Narbghen-is finished-are being conatructed in German ship-yards for the Balti fleet, and theme will be almoet mu fat ateame aus the Adler.
NEXT SATURDAY'S PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 July 1891
S NEXT BATUriDAYS PLAY: Coiburg P ml mrn z t ear of Ware liounnieme's 'ricket:" Ground:i ' Tlle following ivill rceprcscnG the Coburg - elil, Ibenson (2):; Mioloney;,' inde Benson;'; Hurray , ,Liddy;;,, ayhiss; (2); 'Clougliý.'Stranger; M1anchester, LBurton, McMalion, M1eShanuc; elley, -Downs, cotty DLDawbir
NORTH BRUNSWICK STAR v. BURNLEY 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 July 1891
NORTH -BRUNSWICK STAR v. BuirLELY 2nd: These two dusliisnot for the first tinie. on lthe ,ground; of tlihe latter in Su i-cy 'piadod:, Ricnimonildn8 after a fast game thie results wcrer as follows:- North 'Briu'swick Star, 2 gunls 1i behind s]3urnle,@1 goal 13 behinds: Thie Tollowin pla'ifyed ell fo( ilie Biurly Turner, Gorlham; Goodaill, Walli and Partrid1 iviile tor the hlno;m team Gilbert; H-awkins ?Filer, O'Brien, ,Callinson anud hild played a rattling game:
EAST BOURKE BOROUGHS PROGRESSIVE POLITICAL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 July 1891
EAST BOURKE BOROUGHS PROGRESSIVE POLITICAL LEAGUE. On 'Monday evening last. tihe working men and ldemocrats of Nourthcote assembled in large niumibers at Jones' CommericalHotel, fur .the purpose of &nbsp; &nbsp; lornng an branch of thel Progressive Political League. Cr. Munro was votcd to the1 chair. le stated that, as the fact of his having beent voted chair iani' as uinexpectedly,' he would confine his remnarks to siiiply calliig oin Mr. Simon O'Keefe, the convener, to address the meeting on the aims and &nbsp; objects of the organisation they were about to form. Mr. O'Kelfe read a letter of apology from Cr. Arthur Vance, of Coburg, re grettiiig his inability to attend owing to muniicipal matters, but expressing a holpe that he wrould be iii attendance at the inext meeting.. The letter was read amidst cepsressions of applause, after which the sIpeaker explained the constitution of the League, its objects, and the advantages the working men of the borougih w...
CONVICT DAYS IN VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. TRUE CHRONICLES. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] No. 7. LAYING THE PHANTOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 July 1891
CONVIOT DAYS VAN DIEM1AN'S L1AND. TEiUE CIITONICLE tS.i h i taLImcrlI.TS it o btYEDlj , ' S-OPT- L . 7. n Im O 71ta : TI rI ( r1et. Superintendent ILyro lictened lattentLvd? 1 next morning to the report of thce }Dun ,,fiieero, regarding the vision they blei seen cui the island cceetery. Ile did not h:eiievr, Irf a single moment, that it was a ieitter fret: spirit-land that was thus airing itself on toe cliff, and yet both the soldiersa td the tic ert moust have been confronted by EIserthing very extraoordincry, or they would not Lave been so startled as they were. " Of course, I need ecarcely ask if you be lievo in ghosts?" he queried. -Indeed, we do not," was the unanimous answer. And we all know that here r.re no settiera in this region thit:y fIcet high," he wern on, with a smile. "The oajeot we saw wna of quite that sLature," reflied Trench, "snd it wee w,'t drescid in convict clothing. A long beard I was also visible." "The only thing we can do is to make an exhaunetive srarb o...
Novelist. In Love's Crucible. CHAPTER XII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 July 1891
1Riovclist. no du ---'\ - -------- ----------- In Love's Crucible. By BERTHA ill CLAY ha Ba' " Cc CHAPTER XII.--COoTIyNcED. to - lil 'That is it exactly-being none. And we will no poor Romeo. LO as on 'Oh, 1 know what you want. You a.re fishing th for compliments. Well, you deserve them. You ho are the best Romeo on the amateur stage 1 know. gi The audience will go wild over you.' wl 'Good-by. That will do. You may go now. do Send upyourman with hlis paints to beautify me. I will try to keep in the same mind while you are di away. all Algy hastened down stairs and burst into the w greenroom. All was bustle and stir; the last act gt but one of Tihe iHannehbbac had just'neon finshed. Lady Gladys stood in the centre of the room with le fluthled ehecks and lnashing eyes. Sie hoad over come her nervousness and played her best, and fr had been applauded to the seventh heaven of de light. fa Clos beside her, arranging the flowers in her hair, atood lilaida, a placid smile of admorationou I...
Grandpa's Shot-Gun. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 July 1891
Gr'andpza's Slhot-Gicu. I was a boy of 7, and was visiting at my grandmother's farmhouse in Devonshire. She was a woman about GO years of age, but active and smart, and bad been a widow for about two years. A daughter and her husband had come to occupy the house and work the farm, but at this time the daughter had gone to visit a sister about twenty miles away, while the eon-in-law was in. Cheltenham on business. There was then at home tiilly grand mother, the hired man, and myself, and on this morning the man was off in the fields and we two were alone at the house. I was swingingi under the pear trees in the back yard swhen the poultry made a, great fuss, and I lookeil around to find a hawk perched on a stump not far off. -It was evident that lie was.after one ;of the chickens for breakfast; gid Iran in and told - grandmm. a. - - - " A hawk, cli 1 " she replicil as she. .id aside a milk-pan she was scouring.- 'nWell, we must go out and bent on the old tin pail and snout and scare ...
AMONGST THE COUNCILS. BRUNSWICK.—MONDAY. Present: Crs. Fleming (mayor), Fraser, King, Lacey, Methven, Morgan, Phillips, and Trenoweth. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 July 1891
VAMONGST ,THE COUNCILS. . RUNSWVICK. lON AY. Present ts'Frleming (mayor); ; Frascr, Kinrig, Lacey Methient Morgan, !,Phillips, and TrenowethN - From J Magcc, complining thllLat lampsin Pa, Brunswick and Lygn r streets wcir turned out before half-past live anji Ih matter was refeired to' the surveyor. q r A .J Pausey wrote drawing the attention of the,council to thi con dition of west side of Staley street, `and requestiii.'.that',it be asphailted, or a few Ioload 'f 3ashes' jilaced~ ;thereon: Ti s rveyo r was` iiatri istd' thtpke Ca f!ew loas sof ahes th reo - Au apologyF fo onL attnd was aeceived from Cr. Driscolli Frons Charles O'neline of Vi tori astreet; bringing the goat nuisancie unIder the attention of the council; and 'iioiphainilg that a neighbor had~r~ UI fuom to 50ouf these anisals, which proved a complete inislanLe The lotter was' receive d and rulerredl to 1te Inspector' " l·'tai c ibr: . 11:;" 9 From Railway Departiment; directing $ counicil's, °attentioi to thme facit...
Novelist. THE IRISH DETECTIVE: Or, THE STRATEGY OF A BRAVE MAN. CHAPTER XVII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 July 1891
Iloveliot. O'Neil I'Iarragh, THE IRISIIDETECTIVE: Or, THE STRATEGY OF A BRAVE MAN. ,---o· *** -- BY OLD SLEUTH. CHAPTER XVIi.-(CoNTInueD.) Cause he's crazy, or, as pop says, a little cracked.' 7 * VWhat's his name?' ' We couldan't never find out; he answers to any name you call him.' 'He likes pictures, don't he?' Oh, yes, he's just crazy on pictures; and pop says as how he must have been in love with some girl that died, and that set him crazy. And now he goes for every picture of a gal that he kin lay his hands on; and he gets lots of them, too, and pop can't find out where from, nuther.' 'Where is Lunis now ?' 'On, 1 guess he's somewhere on the beach; he's always wandering around, night and day, but he never does any harm,and, crazy as he is, he always finds his way home all right, 'specially round meal times.' *Which way does Lunie, as you call him, generally go ?' ' Oh I all over; but I guess to-day he went down to the bridgo, 'cause he often goes down to see the boat come in t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 July 1891
I11tL' C Ok UC .U ttG. TENDElRS 're invited, antd will be re ceived up till l o'clock p.mn of Wednesday, the:1st July,tfor-i-rl, Pitching Lane nortlhoftceynard-street. Particunlars it; shire haill: 1+ 3 i,: ;. J .eECKERSALL, S : .Shire Secretary. 1TA1RY N, EIDELL, Architect, 6I S Sydney-rodul Birunswick, iNi; VIT: 1T-ES E N DIERHS . "ý IUntil 1ondayi girxt 6th inst., Foetbh Erection of a TWO-STIORY: SHOP Coriiner of Sydney and Gosling Roads. Coburg. Preliminary Deposit kii. MRS. J. TYLER, Presents her coiipliments to thIe residents f: the district, and desires to announce that she lhas taken over the GiENEltAL STORE formerly carried on1,by l'Gosan and E'Nab, SYDNEY ROAD NORTH, wherle site will contirnue to sell nolne but the beet quality of provisions. Fresh Eggs, Gooud htiter. Crockery, Iron monegery, Postage StampRIs, Slchool lRequisites. TO ithe ELECTORS of the NOIRTII I hIDING of the SIIlRE of COIUIlG. Ladies anid GentlemIen, I, the mlerreigredi, beg miost respectfully to intirm...
A Hindoo Wedding. Account of a Marriage in High Life at Bombay. Strange Nuptials of the Brahmins—Queer Jewellery and Ornaments Worn by the Bride—the Mother-in-Law an Important Factor. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 July 1891
A Hindoo Wedding. Account of a Marriage in High Life at Bombay. Strange Kanptials of the Brahnmi-slQucer Jewellery and Ornaments Worn by the Bride-the iother-in-Law an . inpcrtant Factor. An intereting description of a Ilindoo wedding,hao been written by Sarah D. Ham ilton, from 'ombnay, and from it the follow ing extract is taken: As it was growing late we felt that we had waited long enough andpreparedto proceed bridoward. This seemed to be the signal for a new departure, and a procescion was again formed. At the bridc's housa few changes had been made, but a .' choree " or marriage hall had been formed by placing at cearn of the four aorners of a Equare earthenware water vCeS!e,'One above tiu other, nod held in position bJ supports of bamboo. In the centroe was the ncred fire. Hardly had we entered when every body took seats as befoore, though :the. cashmere-showled father din not appear, and tho bride and groom no longer at oplposite eachb other, but side by side. The priest per...
Stanley and His Bride. The Great Explorer's Wonderful Achievements Briefly Outlined. His African Experience Form a Fasoinating Chapter of History. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 July 1891
Stanley and His Bride. g The Great Explorer's Wonderful el Achievements Briefly Outlined. His African Experience Form a Fasoin ating Chapter of History. The Fpiri of hero-woresbip is not yet ex tinct. The tendencies of the time are in i I many respice prOeani, but the dispoeition to exalt duly those stroeig men 'whoihave 1 wiouglhterect thnges with great courage anid coneatancy proves that the human heat I will always respond to the same causes bhlch set admiration ablhaze in ruder rages. The Atricst -eiploerer Hinry M, .Sreley, who, i withl bis, ,bride, arrived recently, per- s haps ieilbodiea the heroic spirit in as large etnisure B eany man o thie nineteenthi century. Neither hat this heroism expended its ardor in splendid failures. The rame strength that beats the air may knock down 1 a prize-fighter. The courage and endurasnce of lr.t Stanley have not wasted themselves in merely brilliant feats of travel and ad ventere. They have solved a great problem c and. added a snew world...