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THE SEBASTOPOL PHANTOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

THEl SEBASTOPOL PHANTOM. The councillois of the little borough cpf Sebastopol are standing on their hind legs and raisinig a howl 'over the question of free passes on the Victorian Railways. They are hysteri cally calling' on their municipal breth ren to rise as one .mail and smite' the locomotive deadhead off the national railroads. In'a foolscap folio circular they cry aloud that the foundations of our government are being shaktn ..and national chaos brought about by the systemi and ats tic hcnighted borough of Sebastopol regard municipal coun cillors `as' gentlemen i who sympathise with :every ;movemtent which :aims .at the! liliteiing of the burdens of the Tax-Ipayers, and tlhe conservation of gnod governmenit, they look to their" pai.riotic.. nt!?i o ..ýt . . ... f t _.., , One of, these.circulars came before the Coburg council on Mlonday but it' was siriply receivel, as that body look upon such a qucstioh ais outside their'" provi ce and pertainiiig to parliameiit. Sebastopol ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Novelist. O'Neil M'Darragh, THE IRISH DETECTIVE: Or, THE STRATEGY OF A BRAVE MAN. CHAPTER XXVI. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

teaO Ct(i3t. O'Neil i'Darragh, TIE IRISH IDETECTIVE : Or, THE STRATEGY OF A BRAVE MAN. -- 1.. ** BY OLD SLEUTH. ---.--?.• .?-- CIIAP IE, XXVI. A hsndsomely-dressed gentlemaan was just croesing the threehhold. Tihe person en:erin; the room was Harry Trendall, and the Light of l .ason Beamed in his handsomeo Eyes I O'Neil could not move nor speak. While he stood staring in amazement, the young man crossed the n sor, and in a rich voice that caused the faithful officer's blood to tingle, he exclaimed, as he er-tended his hands: " My unknown friend, let me thank you for saving me from a condition worse than death.' ' Why ehould you thank me IIHow do you know tha; I lave shown any interest in your al ire ?' * The doctor has told mo all: and now you must excue cly eagerness in asking you how it was tna. you causn to interest your Eell in my behalf, nd I have no recollection of ever having seen you before thlS. mu ment.' *Is it not puseible that the injuryyou have recoverea from may have b...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TABLEAUX VIVANTS AT COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

STABLEAUX VIVANTS AT' COBURGnd flei table--or rather camera baa been turned on the Coburg poli:e and for once at a-ny rate they have been ordered. to. stand? and deliver their " physogs.'" This injiry' has: been :'donetlie i theI peripaetici philographer,1wi iiwait Weed indeay bwooped down antd drovel themn into':the station yard, where lie? hfie'ed: then wit his apparatus s though they werecoilvicitsi, or tunclaiuiedl Islies, whose niegatives' were~ wanted for fistoe referenLce.: Trhere wa? no_+ escape :and' ergeait l1s aecognisitng t'he1I.elesa-. uessa Oif thei ase :deernined, ,'like' Cleo?patra" Lu die ii a 'strikint" attillde. 'llho setgeaint is: a :sttideit of Grecian myth ology and. he groupedi linr, sIubjects. acordingly: Tlih space in front of tlieý' kpoli.,:tataonwast{iid for: th occasion i and; thisalftorded- roeoii for :Saiiders Iho make a dery efeth.0 Itpse !if: Ajax leyingthe LithtmenRg. His baton represented` the uplraised falion i,tle ishiiiy hat ilid duty" for theian...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Poetry. AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

AT LAST. lThen on my day of life the night is falling. And, in the winds from uneuaned spacea blown, I hear far voices out of darkness calling My Ieet to paths unknown. T?oo who. hat made my home of life so plearant, L.ave r.no its tenant when its walls decay; O love divine, 0 Helper ever present, Ba thou my estength and stay ! B? near me wh n ail clue is from me drifting' Earth, sky, home's Li:ture, days of shaoe and shine, And kindly faces to my orn uplifting The love which answers mine. I have but Thes, 0 Father I LIt thy spixit li with me then to comfort and uphold; NJ gate of prerl, no branch of palm, I Nir Btime; of rhining gold. Sullioe it it, my good and ill unrcekoned, And both ftrtgivten thlvugh thy abounding grace, I find my elf by bands familiar beckoned Unto my fitting place. Same humble door amcag Thy many man' Sime sheltering rhode where sin and striv ing cearu Ar.d flows forevr through heaven's green ca paneinns The river of Tihy pcoce. Tbcre from the music round abo...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONVICT DAYS N VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. TRUE CHRONICLES. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] No. 10. CAPTAIN HARDING'S DOOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

COONVICT DAYS N VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. su. aLcrsi nsssr.sav.sl No:10. CAPTssoe IArDDING S D06sa. The morning of the 9th of Marcb, 1820, did not open so auspiciously as Captain Harding, the leader cf the Pine Forest Er pedition, desired. A heavy fog had crept in from seaward, almost ohicnring ol jests a dczm yards away, and the moisatuoe had fa len heavily on the abundant vegetation of the forest which would not ad I to the lleasure of the tripo. But if these little drawbacks did not induce the otalier to give a thought to himself and the problble its comfort he would encounter, they l eas certainly did not make him consider then I in connection wath the convie's or ate soldiers. In his ol:nion tkre fc-i.e wetre nu snmore ore wthy of rege-,i than nil b t , at a nu who ever heard of an Elagl.sh cx.ptas oi aristocratic family having any conriderartnl , for a full private. In thore days flog?tag I was almost as great an ineti:ution in neai army as in a penal settlemrnt, and in many respects...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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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." JULY 22ND, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

': 1 am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and there fore the truth I speak, impugn it whoso list." JULY zz2D., 18s1. TnaEr. is a tide in the affairs of man, we are told, which taken at the turn leads on to fortune, and it is to be hoped that if this applies to Municipalities, Coburg is about to swim pleasantly along to the havei of prosperity. She has undoubtedly missed many turns of the tide, but as all things come to those who wail, it is reasonable to expest that no future opportunities of material ad vancement, will be missed. The non extension of the Melbourne tramway through the shire was a serious draw back, in 'si;pite lof th" 'substitute afforded by public spirited men, and a similar mistake should not be repeated... Next to easy means of locomnotion and a good water supply clheap and elffective light may 14e placed.- It now rest; with the residents arid property holders of Coburg is say whether they .will obtain the latter °booni. On next F...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

J. A. HUTCHINSON, GENERAL DRAPER, CLOTHIER, &c., CLEARING SALE NOW ON. All Winter Goods marked at Greatly Reduuced 'rices in order to clear. 4 13- 15 S Y D NE Y ROAD, Near Victoria Stiret. - BR U NS W 1 C.K -. "THE COBURG LEADER." PUBLISHED EVERY WRDNBSDAY, .. . At .BATES' BUILDINGS, SYDNEY ROAD, CORUBG. PRICE-ONE PENNY. lo be obtained at THs LEAD.a Ofee, Ob of Mrs. Summers, News Agent. JOB PRINTING of Every Descripties executed in the best style. Ca.H~LuE MODEXATL [~IULL particulars of Church Work, to gether with reports of proceedings of riendly Societies, Football, Cricket and all Athletic Clubs will be given in the columns of "THE LEADEB," and it is hoped that leaders and Secretaries will recognise our en deavor 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 l...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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THE COUNCIL TABLE. COBURG—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

THE.COUNCIL TABLE. COBUltG-Mosxu.IV. abovure conncil wats hld; ln Monday.; everinIg, the President (Cr: Kelly), beiug in the cliair; anid Cr??McUriry,:?incent;., Jnkes, Rolland, -Voice, and Colley were also renent). CulititESPOINCE. 1' rout ,Exhibitoii rlstees; as.king that; phloos of0r the priiciipal bhildisigen scu.enery,, c.ii,: g;it li e st ;;:;?li?eni for transiisnioi to the? ,Iinperial .lntistltte., Received. FrominJohn Warner .allii attenition tot them ipassable stat,. of Towiolands road opposite his resid ?inpc li The vritoer stated: that lie had notL been'' able: to, to the engineer, Froim'; the pounid; keeper ?ci?.i?:-attle esgaping :romai the pound;i an d statingi that only one horse'lia?d : 'otaway frolii the place lately without lis knoiiwledge. lie had sold several Receilvedl. Froim .ohn Wi Johnlli ,f atthiet asking for use` of the shire' hall on Lesday "fur' the' purpose of holdiig a nieetiingifor be, starting a free library Request; to be complied sith and Fruin John...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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NORTH BRUNSWICK STAR v. ROSE OF NORTHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

NORTH BRUNSWYICL bTAR v. RUSE O1?F NORTHCOTE. T ati? i'his d oel uhld ha?ro taken pLe, o? on thgr6LLuil of tle latter at Niorthi?ote lis :'hD po:tioned:tii illthe first, of August on naeount of the wet wtitiher.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRUNSWICK V. E. RICHMOND. BRUNSWICK WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

B RUJNSWIOc ?:i . :. It iacaMOND. Tke ;Let >Richmond ;who :hoiuld have pilayed the 'Brunswick on the recreation rserve, faied to put in an iappearance, thus leavin athe 'Wicks easy victors:;i: Sides wer?re then picked uip. tho players annrsitg thlmn.selv.es with' a rough and ubineili, match which finally ended in a draiw

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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What The Dentist Has Done. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

What The Dentist Has Done. Very few people realise how much the dentist has done for mankind. To mention one thing only, the perfection to which the manufacture of false teeth has been carried has practically abolished old age-that is, old age-in the sense that I used to know it. You see none of the helpless, mumbling old men and women that you formerly did. This is not because the people do not attain the age their parents and grandparents reached, bus because the dentist has prevented some of the most unpleasant consequences of advanc ing years. Men of seventy no longer either looker feel old because they are not deprived of nourishing food at the time when they need it most. Estimates have been made showing that the average length of life has been increased from four to six years by the general use of false teeth, and this does not appear in the least extravagant when one thinks of the difference in the nutriment ac oeesible to one with a fine set of molars and one condemned to g...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

CIOIIURG PRESIIYTEIIlAN ?BAND OF h 1HOPE. TIHE ANNIVI\ERSARY SOLIREE . will take place in the: PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, ON. THURSDAY EVENING, 23id INST Atldesses by Revs..A. Jolly, F. Souter, and R" M. Fergus. MI.A. Songs anlll Recitations. Tr co melnce at 7. Admission-Adullts, Is.; Children, Gd. r 10O the ELECTORS of the NORTH. I RIDING of the SHIRE of COIIURG. Ladlies and Gentlemen, I, the? undeligned, beg miiost respectfully to intimate that I will be a'ca',didate at the foirthcoming electioil. (Signed) JOHN Mc?KAY. WINI[RLRED HOUSE, First-class Acconinmodtion for Glentlemen. 3l[els at a'll Hours. Tea & Coffee Rooms. lroprietressesl. .3 MS. PIERCE & MISS FRUSHER. lIt is Siar: t li.ni?Fact tihat J. P. O SULLIVAN'S TEAS,, SUGARiS. COFFEE,'S.; &: c. Ar the Be ndCheapest in Coburg. It only remains to be proved. Give J. P. O'S. a trial to secure that boon. J. P'. O'SULLIVA-N, SYDNEY RD.; Near Mr. Laracy's, Buitcher, Aid inet 3Mr. Arthlur's Hay and Corn Store, NOi T...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEXT SATURDAY'S PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

NEXT ATURIIDAY'S- PLAY. Colburg v. Clifin. I This mati ch will be ilayc'l hi the Dean'i Reicrve, Cnlinr, thi iburg' teaiui : Baylis: ), Moloney? Betison Smith Maiilnciester, (2), E.llhii e, Kelly; Murray, Tacker, Bienson Bell, Clougli,ý Clarkl Carter, ati talhon,,.. .cInne , E`,: le," R?:ie ,,ide, Ma'rshall, Oaten, :Da abairn, and McGiii1t

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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A Cup of Tea. How to Brew a Delicious Promoter of Sociability. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

A Cup of Tea. How to Brew a Delicious Promoter of Sociability. " Polly, put the kettle on, and we'll all take tea." Bu tsee that the kettle is boiling before making the tea, and see that the wa:er is fresh, and that it boils immediately, before it has parted with its sparklrng gases. Do) not let it simmer and simmer for houro before it is needed. Some notable housewives pride themselves as upon a virtue when they set the kettle in the stove the night before, in readiness for the next morning'abroakfost. Teaand coffee or vegetables, prepared with such water, will have a flat, vapid taste. Let the teapot, an earthen one, invariably be scalded before putting mn the tea, and then allow the tea to steep trom five to ten minutes before serving. If the tea is made in the kitchen, do not allow it to boil; set on the back part of the stove. Of1 course, with a copper teakettle and I crane or " J o'clock tea," or a silver spirit lamp at the table, this caution is supereroga tory. In cold weath...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Admission of Air to Rooms. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

Admoission or Air to -Rooms. Airs could be introduced and removed at those parts of the room where it would not cause a sensible draught. Air flowing against the body at, or even somewhat above, the temperature of the air of a room will cause an inconvenient draft, from the fact that,as it remroves tho moisture of the body, it causes evaporation or a sensation of cold. Air should never, nos a rule, be introduced at or close to the floor level. The openings would be jable to be fouled with sweepings and dirt. The air, unless very much above the temperature of the air of the room, would produce a sensation of cold to the feet. It may be regarded as an axiom in ventilating and warming that the feet should be kept warm and the head be kept cool. The orifices at which air is admitted should be above the level of the heads of persons occupying the room. The current of inflowing air should be directed toward the ceilirgand should either be as much sub divided as possible by means of numero...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Take Care of Canaries. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

T;ake Care of Canarics. Don't put your canary bird in the hot sun or cold draft. Let him have a little mirror for company occasionally, and don't let the son or gas reflect in it to dazzle its eyes. Don't keep him on dry bird seed. No bird in the world would live on such stufl if ha could help it. Give him fresh water every day; crumbs of bread soaked, in milk, egg, lettuce, chick weed. Let him fly about the room occasionally. Treat him just as you would like to be treated it you were a canary. You may be a canary bird yourself some time.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Democratic Princes. Good Stories of Emperor William's Two Elder Sons. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

Democratic Princes. Good Stories; of Emperor William's Two . . Elder Sons. The elder two of Emperor William's seons show 's yet little of their imperial father's cold and; domineering disposition. In their fiiendliness they much more resemble their. gentlo? graidfather, the late' 'mperor Frederick. They are ready to make a cdm 'rade of any lad they meet, especially if he shows a lively "and dashing spirit, says n contemporary. At WIlhelm'ehohe, where they lately have been staying, the young Princes have had a particularly good time, and ,they hnd' their matchlehss little white nonies have a ".speaking acquaiontance.! with One afternoon the two little Htohenzollerns were out for a canter when they came on a peaoant lad; well mounted, who was galloping by. The Crown Prince immediately touched up his spirited little steed, and springing for ward, tried to outride the country boy, but all in vain. The latter, with the true spirit of independence and with a loud shout and touch of his lo...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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The Value of Vivisection. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

SThe Value of Vivisection. Whatever can be advanced against vivi. seation, eavs a noted surgeon writing to aedper's Alagzzine, there is this to be said in its favor, tnan without it the exact local isation of cerebral tumors and other such leeions,which is one of the chief glorite of the present day, would be impossible. We owe our knowledge of the location of cerebral functions to many obecrvers, chief of whom are Ferrier and lHoreley, of England; Frit. s?h, Hitzig, and Goltz, of Germany. Hors liy's method will soflice as a type. The brain of e.onkey having been exposed at the part to be investigated, the poles of a battery are applied over squares one-twelfth of an inch in diameter, and all the various movements which occur (if any) are minu tely studied. One equare having been studied, the next is stimulated, and the re sults are again noted, and so on from equare to square. These movements are then tabu. lated. For example, all those adjaceno squares which, when stimulated, prod...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A BRUNSWICK ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

A BRUNSWICK ATHLETIC CLUB. A meeting was held at Fraser's Moreland Hotel on Wednesday last with the object of forming an athletic club. There were between 30 and 40 gentlemen present, who discussed several schemes to make the affair popular.. It. is proposed to include classes of instruction in all healthful pursuits, such as wrestling, boxing, singlesticks, foils, horizontal bar, Indian clubs, dumb bel!s, &c. Several gentle men proficient in the noble arts kindly offered their services gratuitously as instructors until such time as the club could afford to pay professional instructors. Mr. 4. T. Davis has kindly offered to build a hall suitable for the purpose on a site facing the Sydney-road, which greatly enhances the prospects of the undertaking. A public meeting is to be held on Wed nesday next at the same room to form the committee and club offleers, after which a code of rules will be laid before the meeting for approval of the members. It is intended not only to make...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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The Sicsta. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

The Sic ta.. The word siesta is Spanish, and means, a short' sleep after `dinner in"' which cihiest people indulge who live in hot climates. The heat of mid-day. ieso enervating that itis impossible then to o ,nl.ctiv: ee~sk, so that. the siesta, while it gives a brief rest, does not cause a loss of 'orkiog hi?uis'[ . The need of a short " nap " after dinner is not less here than,in the -tnrrid zaneo. Its' eieet is?,to furnish a.new supply.of nervsees forceS" t?'doscd a'o n o°lll5i'" aile"whtt the nilght's sleep does on a larger one. Btoth the climrte of the country and our national habits tend to keep the .brain and nervous system at a high tension. From youth to old age we are on the race for wealth or, position, for pleasure or fashion, for reform or religion. How different is this from the indolent life of the tropice, and even from life in the European countries, where the pressure, perhaps also the rewards of ambitious striving, may be lees. We need something more than the mid...

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