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Anæmia. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

SAntemla. In a comprehensive article upon Anremia a British writer says it results from a faulty dietary-a condition which should surely be preventable. The food may not be abso lutely insufficient in amount; more usually it is deficient in some of the more necessary elements of nutrition; very frequently there isan inadequateamountof thosealbuminoids which are represented by the white of egg, the gluten of wheat or oats, the legumen of beans or peas, or the curd of milk. Besides water, starch or sugar, an adequate dietary must contain some representative of these albuminoids, as well as phosphates, and other earthy matters, specially needed for the development of the bones. No system of diet can long maintain health and life, un less it contain all these varied nutritive principles which have their counterparts in the several animal textures. A perfect dietary must hence be of a somewhat varied character. Sheep, unfortunately however, are sometimes condemned to a struggle for exist...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. AMBROSE C.Y.M. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

ST.:AMBROSE C.Y.M. SOCIETY. The half-yearly meeting of the above society was held, in the schoo'lrdoui on Friday evening, July 10th. :70 members were present, and the chair wach '?oiiiied by the president, Bro..' .;J. JComniher LTh reading of, the 'report; and bliance sheet for the liasi half-year was deferred: till nextmeeting oi"t'i,'to the audit not being i completed ,One new membler was elected ail three tlher o'hnii iii d. The principalibusiices before the iLedt ing was th'e election:of ''ffic rs for' ensling half year, ;'watichii reulted, as: follows :-Preaident; Bro. T: iJ;'Coicih?e (re elected unop ousd) vice- presid nts Bros. J. Duk' sail J 'Breen, lhou. sec. nro. Jno; 0 'ailora6 (re-cleted) i27? Weston-street, iBruanswick treaisurer,; Bro. .s Pobjoy (re-eiected uopposed); warden, Inrol J. M. Carroll; librarians,B Bros. J. Kennedy and P. OCarrll editor of iagazine, Br: . :Jio. MIMalion (re-elected) ; sub-editor, Bro. J..: M.. O'Connell; auditors, Bros. J. F Hassett and Jno....

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

BRUNSWICK ~BRASS 'BAND, CONCERTi Tl aniin d olicert: oid gift li tribn tiohi in, ucfliectti ojwitll the Bruinsw cicl Band, iviill takle placo afit 1irida ;!,in tlihe I a Hall Cr I) Pliillii p ill pri isid. The concert pirograinie is i:ii c.cellent on, alid a icrj laI'e ianiber of gifts have beeni doiated- a(s iizese1 Tickets are only one.. shilling each liin"dilt tlhey do not only admit to thli o ?icrt but give a chance in thie if tlistribntioi The following is a list of prizes i His Worehi( ti, Mayor, a gift. t Cr. I) Phillips; a gift. A Cor?nivll &' Co:;, a iii: of lTrra Cottah Vses. J. 1 Snow, a gift T i' Clemenit, i ir of Boots to lit Jirdiniers. S, r. Bunn, to?s of Wrood. :8 V. Jaelson t': ?air of - Trousers to fit. 'h Mr. Fotiera Watchi Ma10 A Mtiiber, set of hiand pain ted Jugs. 11" Mr. Hlsoy, a bottle of Braiidy. , 12 1Tr E. ret, a pair of faniy Flowers iii pots. 13 Mr." riggs, a Hat tu fit. '14G. Barker, a pair of Vases. 15 A. Ballantyne,a lliii , 16 A Mciiiber, agi...

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

SCO BURG V AUSTRAI TI .hinatlci ,5 pled on -Saturdas' on:, tea University 'c:ericet gruuliiI, aid the MAstral by I gbai to 1 baylina, e B ell` Mar shall M' adii'ester, Edhoase acker, anl Kly played well"f:ý for Cobiarg anid for tie Austral ?Waird '0De o (2) Ryan?.Timmns Banks andMi Gansr n ierrImed bsti

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 — 22 July 1891

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. FOOTBALL MEMS. VICTORIAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL PREMIERSHIP. The following table shows the result of matches played by the lNcal clubs up to date : Club. 0 Brunswick 10 9 1 - 48 25 '36 Star of 10 4 6 - 13 22 16 Blrunswick Cuoburg 10 1 7 2 21 39 8

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Novelist. In Love's Crucible. CHAPTER XVII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

i]rovcIist. In Love's Crucible.: Bly ]BERTIL4 Ai CLAY CHAPTER XVII.=-bCoestravs."' Maids was looking down as he spoke, touching with her foot a rose, that had,fallen to the floor. As hle vpoke she looked swiftly up, and again her eyes tite his. Tho defiance had gone out of them. -Afairnt, momentary quiver passed over tI half-smiling lips; then her eyes sank, not ~ y' se-ldenly,; ha laisurely, to the flower a; her foot. ' . ' .:. 2 : A gift, said Sir Ilieltard, ' quito a gift, an an lneomloan one, though it might be thonght other tose. Siowrtkisg of tout, I romember a storyv of a man who, like you, had a quielt eve for the points in a face, who was able to iudentsfy a burglar that had broeen into his house. The mins, worn am sic as low as his mnouth, and the gentleman, though he caught sight of him for a moment only,noticed that hid moustache grew a little lower on the right iidtl titan onl te left. This gave a peculiar ex preesion so that hoe udentified the prisouer, who was-it is y...

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

IltI mor. GooofAelace. If the w?nterwinds fcerat, . d it:sbreezy, . Or if ittafieil thaw ( Mtlakes yo sneezy:l+,i Don'roerry?: fure oui blu;fle lDon e'tly roud iand hutlc Take is easy. If you run with all your might, Breath gets wheezy ; If you think that hIle'e a fight, Yrou're uneasy. . . Don't sigh or-borrow soerrow ' From the regicPno? o?:moerrow-- . Take it easy. Ir a courting-match is not declared if it must end in a'tie.,/ ' , .' ' . 'i You look as if you were beside ynui sell," said a wag to a dude standing by a donkey. ONE swallow does not make a' Eumm(r but one pin properly adjusted in a chait bottom will make one spring. :i QUITE LIEELY.-Pompoo s servant (to mans seeking work). : "You'll find nothing to do here; my'master isn't hiring fools I" ' Man (leeringly) : " Got all hbe wants. eh '" M?ýoIA rsTuTE : i You are accoued-f enter ing this man's shop and stealing a packet of photographos i" ';' i'. Prisoner : "Your worship, is there any law against taking photographs : : ...

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 — 22 July 1891

NEWS AND NOTES. " Why do you go there!" w.as an exilamr tion overheand between tiwo Coburg ladies the other riight. ,L Because I finm that for quality a;nd prices I'Crory's grceries are really the cheapest inl the end I have tried other supposed cheal grocers, buin1 have coinm to the coinclusion that ' quality is the true t.st of cheapness.' lHowcver, if you doubt miy word, give him a trial ild ?sce for yourself; his establishment is :at .'ydney roaid, Cuobirg."-ADT. A public mleeting will be held in tile public hall, Bell-street, on Friday night' at 8 '-o'clock; to ý discuss: the: mieans: ine,.essaryfcr the cxtei'iffthe Brit. The meeting is convened by the Shire' Council, and in' addition to Messrs. Keys anid Methven, M'e. L. A. several other prominent genilemen will speak. Residents are specially requestedl to astcnd. A contemlstib,le act. was perpeti ate; on Mr.. Cockings, wood ardl coal nterchant, of Sydney-RWad, Cuburg, oi last Sunday week. Sme person, or: retsons, enteredi his...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. SCADSBY'S ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

MR. SCADSBY'S ADVENTURE. Mr. Scadaby hal reached that point in his: business experience where he begar.n to thirik about enjoying himself a little. He was head' of one of the sobidest houses in his line of trade, and the regularity of the routine of his oilies would have made a chronometer sick with .nvy. Wh at's the use," said he to himself, "of my sittingh?ets till five o'clock every after noon, writing ltters to myrelf to set an ex ample of industry ? There's nothing for me to do, and I might be up the club, playing whist. I'll leave the eflice at four o'clock after this." Mr. Scadeby cnrried out his plan, and he was surprised to find how thoroughly he en joyed his extra hour of leisure. But after a week or two he began to suspect that his clerks were enjoying that hour quite as much as he did. In fact, he became certain, from various little indications, that the clerks were getting just as much out of it as he did. And so Mr. Scadeby prepared a little sur prise for his clerks. I...

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

Science Clippionga. Tun true elephant first made his appear. once in the epoch jut preceding the " Great Ice Age" in E trope and America. T"n most widely separated points between whoich it is possible to send a telegram are Briti.he Coluombia and New Zealand via Amecrica and Europe. Swn.s engineers have in contemplation a novel convenience for tourists, which is to connect mountain peaks by means of wire ropes, upon which cars will be made to slide f:om one to the other. A Prsvy-cus- recommends that all the wood used in tie interior construction of houses and all the plain surfaces of plaster, should be thoroughly oiled or varnished, so that the absorption of foul air and gases should be destroyed. Tne yellow sap of a tree of Siam produces gamboge ; the natives catch the sap in cocoa. nut shells. Raw sienna is the natural earth from the neighborhood of Sienna, Italy. Raw umber is also an earth found near Umbria and burned. War is a man, when about to aecost a lady, like one going to...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TITLE TO THE BRUNSWICK TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 22 July 1891

T' H: VITLE TO iT E hUS UNS-, ;WICK TOWN HALL. : B.r:F. T.; Haciconn, I.AA. Tihe dinth' l'of Mlrs. Eimma Dawsoni will probably causo sonio further com plications to arise with referenco- to tl titleo f thl land whercon the Brtmuiwickl Town Hall stands; It may not, tlier fore, be. out of place to refer at'this juncture thos case liearid in the Eqrity; Court before the late Sir "R-ohic Mlolcsworth, in. February 1879, ;when the question of the titlei was. discissed. The head noteto the case, The 1M?ji or of BrUinsoick v. Dawson', thus sum marises the matter under review. ",Ti% defendent, the owner of the land, under thle Trtinsfer of Land Statute, by deed agreed to sell plaintiff a portion thereof for the erection of municipal building?? arid the plaintiff agreed that such land should 'at all times Itereafter" bhe ain tained and used as a site for municipal buildings, and it was further agreed that upon payment of half the purchase money and the erection of the buildings, the defendant...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BRUNSWICK BRUISER. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 29 July 1891

A BRUNSWICK BRUISER. James Hegarty, of police court fame, appeared at the Brunswick court, on Wrednesday in the character of' a prosecutor. He cliharged, amanniined Miller withli threatening his life, 'aid it appeared that Hegarty had taken Miller in out of charity (so Hegarty said) and fed him so well that Miller waxed strong and :kicked.. That is li used to throw :linhseilf intp fighting attitudes of an evening, and, wrestle with lie wall On these ocicasions he flung his arms so wildly about that Hegarty " tI rentbled .yar W.:orshis" with fear. This.J. L. Sullivaui business developed until Miller wanted tq tmake a p.ucinung :bag of his hosts head, and whei the latter objected the gest went for the wood axe to make mince meat of. Hegarty. This `aggrieved individual inforumed the Benci that lhe did sot expect siuch conduct froi th defloenddant because "he went down on his ricnes every niighlt and said his prayers." 'The joke in this case is that Miller isa feebile old man, short sig...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE NEWS. BRUNSWICK.—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 29 July 1891

POLICE NEWS. BRUNSWICK. -WEDNESDAY. Before Hr. O'Menra, P.M. and Messrs. Wallace, Fleming, George, King. and Clement, J's.P. DRUNK. James Booanquo was charged with being drunk, and was fined 5s., in default 24 hours' imprisonment. NO LICENSE. ELAn Assyrian owman with an un against foir hawking witihout a license, and fined 5s. TIIREATENING LIFE. Henry Miller was charged wii threatening thle life of James Hiegarty onil the 17th. .inst.' M r. Shannon alppeared for complainant aind Mr. Gryllse for defendant. Hogarty swore that on thei nightof the 17th inst., whilst' lying in be8d, Miller, to whom le had given shelter, threatened to kill him. Tile case was dismissed.isµ INTERPLEADEiI. W. T. Crockford against Eliaabeth Jamies ThIis was a an, interpleader summons. There was no aplperance of defendant. Mr Saninon oappeared i for Crockford, and asked that certain goods seizd by the police iin satisfacition of an execution, should be odered to be sold An order wes made for the sale to taki S...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 29 July 1891

PRESENTATION. Warder James Owens, who for pO years has been in the Pentridge Stockade, was presented last Saturday with a silver drinking cup suitably inscribed, by his brother officets and friends in the service. This was given to miark their esteem of Mr. Owens on the occasion of his retirement from the penal department. The presentation was made at Rolland's hotel, and a very pleasant evening was spent, tihe best wishes being expressed for thle future welfare of the recipient. :i) years ago Mr. Owens joined the Governsment service in thle police dlepartment, and about eight years after Ihe was trans ferred to the penal branch. During that long period Mr. Owens has done Ihis duty without fear or favor, and his record is one that any sman mniglht he proud of. Blessed nitlh good Ihealtlh Ie scarcely ever missed a day's work, and it was performed with a con'sierieti9ooa bservance characteristic of; the man. It is something of a reproach to the epartment that so worthy an officer neve...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Poetry. THE TWO ANGELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 29 July 1891

II.loetrv'.p THE TWO ANGELS.', DY J. G. WIIImTTIE. God called the nearest angels who dwell with him above: The tenderest one was Pity, the dearest one was Love. 'Arise,' He said, 'my angels t a wail of woo and sin Steals through the gates of heaven and saddens all within. 'My harps take up the mournful strain that from a lost world swells; The smoke of torment elouds the light and blights the asphodels. 'Fly downward to that under-world, and on its souls of pain Let Love drop emiles of sunshine and Pity tears like rain.' Two faces bowed before the throne, veiled in their golden hair; Four wlite wings hastened aswiftly down the dark abyss of air. The way was strange, the flight was long; at last the angels came Where swung the lost and nether world, reld wrapped in rayless flame. There Pity, shuddering, wept; but Love, with faith too strong for fear, Took heart fromn God's almightiness and smiled a smile of cheer. And tot that tear of Pity quenched the flame on which it fell, And wit...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 29 July 1891

PUBLIC "MEETING. A puliic meeting was held in the 'Cobuirg puiblic hall last Friday evening, to take sateps for the extension of the Bitinswick Gas =Conpiiy 'sinmains to uCbnr~g. ýTli'e2`preiudent of 'thn ehtire (Or:'Kelly)'occupied the chair, oald in addition to a number of ratepayers there were present, Messrs. J. Keys and I). Metlhven, M 's.L.A., J. George, J. Ditchburn, VW.J. Lobb, S. Hutchison 1. J. Jones, and Crs. Fischer, Vincent, Jokes. McCrory, and Rolland. After explaining the object of the mueeting, the .-hairmarn calledl 'pon Mrr Keys to address the assemblage, and that gentleman said he was present at the invitation of the council to explain on' what terms the Brunswick Gas Company would extend their. mains at once to Coburg.- The directors would do so on condition of obtaniing the. lighting of public lamps' for seven years at a price to be agreed oni, .and also that residlents shoiuld take" up £10,000 worith of shares. Already the succeee of the company was assured, an...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 29 July 1891

iaviny~ an litcnsive Circulation throughout the Immediate and Surrounding Districts, our columns afford U nequalled Advantages for Advertising, and ;' . s.uppIly Tradesmen, Manufacturers and others with the best means of giving publicity to their various trades and callings.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BAND OF HOPE ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 29 July 1891

BAND _OF HOPE ANNI VERSARY. The anniaersary ,f the Cobrg Presbyterian Band of Hope was cele brated by a Soiree held in the church oin the evening of Thursday, 33rd'inst: ie Ret J Matthe aoccnupying~ the; clI ir IThe church mwas densely filled, miostly iy oung people; who seemed to thorosglily enjo h the proceeidgs. Addr sses wivere delivered by the ,Revs. -A "Jsl Souter and.. R M Fergue, M .A.WA" rgod iprngramnnie of songs and ricitii oiisb se reindered and "consisted of the following :-Dialogue, W'ine is a 1o ker lli es R erts Scott Miller Garde and Downes mnemubers of the Pa kville Band ef Hope rniittiorn " The Old Man's I'ale, ' Mliss Roberts Miss: liller solo, ' O0 Restrin the Lord,":l MieMcKeiie.` An action song by Miss Maggii McKenzie was especislly pleasing; tiad elicited' an encore. The songs contributed by. the Band of BHope were "A Hetter Time," "Sleighing Song," and ' Laugh and Grow Fat." Thie Bible Class Choir sang " Star of Peace." The meeting was successful beyond anti...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Novclist. O'Neil M'Darragh, THE IRISH DETECTIVE: Or, THE STRATEGY OF A BRAVE MAN. CHAPTER XXVIII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 29 July 1891

G'eil l'Darragh, TIL'E IRISH DETECTIVE : jr, THE STRATEGY OF A BRAVE MAN. Bri OLD SLEUTII. llA ' FElt. XX11i.-(CoNT.UcnD.) lot, my dear fellow, 1 have a big game I .ut to ge you uinto, which will pay pounds U peuuies against faro.' 2 Can't we talk it over to.morrow?' Night is the time for our business, old man. I tell you,' added the blonde, with a careless laugh, I lake to get talking about muney-making at the hour when graveyardsie ,awn and the dead in phantom form go praoling around.' SHueh I hush I' said Jack, as his eyeballs started and his limbs began to tremble uncer him. 'Want is the clatter with you? Hang itll you shake like a man who has the ague, and your eyes glare like two live coals, while, on my life, your hair stands on end like a nor eupine's quills i'll give you some whinky, old fellow; your nerves are unstrung, or you sAva seen something,' said the blonde, in a tone of badinage. 'Give me a drink and let me out of here I' gasped Jack. it hat on earth do you want to...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Domestic. Care of Carpets. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 29 July 1891

Jiomcestic. Ca-c of Carpels. Carpete have grown to be soct accessary articles of furniture that there are very few I homs, unless they are of the poorest, that cannot boast of one carpet, at least, in the I house. Beautifully polished. hard-wood ' floors, strewn with costly rugs, ate only for the favored few who can afford them, but for the rest there is nothing that will take the place of a soft, all-wool carpet as a floor covering, and few things that give the room ench a cosey, homelike appearance. A bare aoor has a cold, uninviting look that few people care about, and no matter how poor the covering may be, providing it is clean and whole, it is much to be preferred to a bare floor. To be sure, an all-wool carpet is the best and cheapeot in the end, but it cannot always be afforded,iand a cotton and wool or simply a cotton one is purchased instead. I Although a cotton and wool carpet is not to be preferred to an all-wool one, yet where the latter is out of reach of the family pu...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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