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Midinettes' Wager. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

Mfdinettes' W-ager. ------+----c For a bet six miadinettes belonging to a well-known Paris dres'smaiking establishment have, cut out and'. made a fashionable dress during a journey' of twenty minutes iti a 'tube" train. Tho dress was of pink chiffon, and designed in the latest style with draped tunic ajid lavish ornamentation. The design was only suluit ted to the midinettes as they got into the train. As soon as the train began to move tho six girls fell to work. l'hey had (Idran up a very elabo rate schedule beforehand, and eachl had her particular task set out. Oe of tem inaide one sleeve, an other the other, another the bodice, and the fourth the skirt, while the fifth and sixth put on the hooks and eves andl attached the trim nil ags. As the conductor called out the name of the last station hut one on the twenty minutes' journey the (Iress was all hut finished. Half-way throogh the last tunnel the final stitch was put in, and as the train drew up at the terminal station of the ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ACTED WORSE THAN THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

ACTED WOiISE I'll TAN THE IHORSE. ----- +----- The oldl pairty· froml thle couln try and her sinal son were driving to town wOhen a huge mlotor-car bore down uploni thtil.. 'l'The ho)rse was badly frightened nIall hegan - to prantice, whereullpon tlhe ohi lady leatped down and \waveld wildly to the chaulfeur, screamini g at the top of her voice. The chaffeur stopped the car and offered to help to get the horse past. "That's all right," said the boy who remained composedly in the carriage, "I can manage the horse. You just lead mother past." In the construction of the Panama Canal alcohol was abhsolutely pro* hltted through the etire zone,

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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APPENDIX. SUMMARY OF THE VARIOUS WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACTS OPERATING IN AUSTRALIA. SCOPE OF THE ACTS. NEW SOUTH WALES [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

APPENDIX.. SUMMARY OF THE VARIOUS WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACTS OPERATINGQ IN AUSTRALIA. ' scoPE OF? -THE ACTs. NEW SOUTH WALES -The Workmnen's Compensation ABt 910. Railway,' tramway :factory, workshop, mine,: quarry, wharf, 'e,* sel, engineering or building work. and I only building used for dumping or storing. ool.l, (Casual worker exclud, ed). QUEENSLAND The Workers' Comped.tio, Act. 190. : Any industrial, commercial, manufadtiuring or bilding work.: Any: agriculutral, pastoral 'ror ti.icilt;ir.:al work. Any mining quarrying, engin eering or other hasardous work. - SOU1TI AUSTRAIA ,The: Workmen's stin . 1911, n WOr P4 e sons earng more than£ ()outworkera; (c) members, fm poer'a-family (dwellihaginhihoe) (d)-:. ertain seamen-; (o? persoa? en? j .. ' ."? , ->?. . .:. .: .. : ..-... ?i ? ?..; . .- -. ":,- . , ed in agricultural, horticultural, viti. cultural, dairying, or pastoral pi~ur. suite, and not at time of mccident using steam, oil, gas, etc.; (f) clerks or domestic servants...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pen Picture of the Past. LOSS OF THE ROYAL GEORGE. HOW COWPER TOOK THE TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

Pen Picture of the Past; -+------ LOSS OF THE ROYAL GEOTIGE. HIOW COWPEI TOOKi TIHE TRIA G0EDY. Cowper's fine verses on "The Loss of the Royal George" are tolerably well known, but everyone is not so familiar with the story of their origin. Towards the close of Cowper's life his mind-as most readers are aware-hung at times on the brink of insanity, and at the time now referr-edl to.ihis artliction wasn prac tically at its height. The morning of the lvay on whichli this iticildent took place was dreary, cold, andl dull. A chilling mist which filled the air \was succeededl by a. driz zling rain, afaking all nnturecheer 1ess. Deeply at iserat do, as usual, Cowper was ha.stily pacing his room backwards anild forvwards iii a state of extreme agitation and distress, the darlincss and glooniiness with out au menting the deeper dark ness within himi. lie was hunIning to himself the air of I landel's "March iii Scipio," his stels kleep ing time to the iusic, his thliougihts ulisy bIroodling ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUALIFICATIONS FOR COMPENSATION. NEW SOUTH WALES [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

QUALIFICATIONS FOR COM* PENSATION. NEVW SOUTH WALES After first two weeks (compensation only payable from beginning of third week). Workmen, excluding casuals. Employer to employ at least four (4) workmen. QUEENSLAND After first three days (compensation then payable for full period of disable. ment). Excludes worker-while going to and from place of work. Casuals not specifically excluded. SOUTH AUSTRALIA After first week (if incapacity sats less than two weeks, no compensation for first week; if it lasts over two weeks, compensation from beginning). Casuals not specifically excluded. WESTERN AUSTRALIA After first week (if incapacity lasts less than two weeks, no .compensation for first week; if it laIts over two w.eeks, compensation from beginainLg). Casuals excluded. . TASMANIA- After first week (if incipacity Ist less than two weeks, no compensation for first week; if it lasts over two weeks, compensation from beginning). Workmen excluding casuals. Excludes worker while going to o...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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COMPENSATION PAYABLE. NEW SOUTH WALES [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

COMPENSATION PAYABLE. NEW, SOUTH WALES SDeath: Three years' wages or £200. Limited to £400. Burial expenses up to £12. Incapacity: Half wagnes not exceed. ing £1. Limited to £200. Aged or Infirm Workmen. Death: £50. Incapacity: 5s. per week. Limited to £50. Workmen Under 21. Incapacity: Full wages not exceed ing lOs. , UEENSLAND- Death: Three years' wages or £200. Limited to £400. Burial expenses up to £30. Incapacity: Half wages not exceed ing £1. Limited to £400. Aged or Infirm Workmen. Death: £50. Incapacity: 5s. per week. Limited to £50. Workmen Under 21. Incapacity: Full wages not exceed ing 10os. SOUTH AUSTRALIA Death: Three years' wages or £200. Limited to £300. Burial expenses up to £20. Incapacity: Half wages not exceed ing £1. Limited to £300. Aged or Infirm Workmen. Death: £50. Incapacity: 5s. per week. Limitedi to £50. Workmen Under 21. Incapacity: Full wages not exceed. ing los. WESTERN AUSTRALIA- Death: Three years'- wages or £300. Limited to £400. Medical and burial e...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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SCIENCE QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

SCIENCE QUERIES. (l:y EDtUA: LI1(IEN L'AHKTN.) Q. -1 lake fior granited that the cart l is an conicus ariinatur?ii'e rotating in a magnetic field. We know that heat is irducied in a solid arlrnmat;re by eddl\ currents. Would not these be dev\eloped in the earth andti generate eat, steam and cause volcanoes ? A.-'The earth is a huge armature rotating at high speed in the sun's ma,~nhetic field. Masss ,f metal and metallic ores in the earth tactuallyv cut lines of ;ma g'netiC force extend ing frontl the sun, andtt this canunot be 'lone without acenerntinng heat and ohlctricity. 1atlhenmatics proves thalt the manteriuls in a cut-out sphere one thousand mili's in dia meter, as the centr'al rcgionr of the earth, are far heavier than any rocks in the surface layers. The e luations deduced liy Newcomb would nall he satisfied if this cen tral globe is as dense as gold or Ildatinum. Therefore, beyond any doubt huge masses of metal exist in the earth. Q. -I.canmnot see why the law of conserva...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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LIST OF DISEASES COVERED. NEW SOUTH WALES [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

LIST OF DISEASES COVERED. NEW SOUTH WALES None. QUEENSLAND None. SOUTH AUSTRALIA Anthrax, lead poisoning or its so. quelae, mercury poisoning or its a? quelae, phosphorous poisoning or its sequelae, arsenic poisoning or its se* quelae, ankylostomiasis. WESTERN AUSTRALIA None. TASMANIA- None. · :;,.. -DEPENDENTS; . NEW SOUTH WALES Husband, wife, brother, sister, son, daughter, grandson, granddaughter, step-son, step-daughter, father, mo ther, grandfather, grandmother, step father, step-mother, and illegitimate child. Dependents at time of death must be wholly or in part dependent on workmen's earnings at time of death, and then resident in New South Wales. QUEENSLAND- . Same as New South Wailes, withthe addition of halfbrother nd half-sister. Dependents at time of death must be wholly or in part dependent'on work man's earning and residett in the oommonwealth-of Australia or New Zealand. SOUTH AUSTRALTA Wife, husband, father, mother, grandfather, grandmother, step P father, step-moth...

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PEACEFUL PARAGUAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

, PEACEFUL PARAGUAY. ~-4---- Paraguay, the (:Cintdrella oi the South American lepublics, lies about one thousannd ilcls from Buenos Aires up the hivers P'late, Parana, anld Plaraguay. In the cen tre of Paraguay, about lineuty miles from Asuncion--the cah( al city--by rail and bullock wagngons, are lo cated all that is left of the New Australians, who, about twenty years. ago, disgusted with the exist ing. state of things in civilisation, left the old Australia to found a new one that shouldl have none of the.faults but all the virtues of the land they had.left behind them. But. itLwas a failure, the material was bad, the bunch of discontented ones gatlhered from. all parts of Aus tralia could not pull together, they all had ideas as to what the new State should be like, but the trouble was !they were all different, and after disagreeing for about twelve months they agreed-to differ., And so, -when the socialistic para dise "busted," one party,. whose in .lividual ideals were somewha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

Professional Column. P1 Miss Irene Galt, A.L.C.M. E Teacher of Pianoforte, TERM commences First Lesson. C( Instruction Day or Night "Roseneath", 20 Hardy Street, East Brunswick. 'Phone B'ck, 82 Voice Culture & Production, Careful & Thorough Tuition. B B Terms Moderate. s ed Te V. Powe?l, 81 Albion St., West Brunswick landoli e Taught Terms Moderate. Rapid Progress. 16 JESSIE STREET, .M. MORELAND. BRUNSWICK COLLEGE SYDNEY ROAD. Principal: ROBERT McKAY, M.A. School of History anni Po!iticali Economy-, 3elb. University. Mathematical Master: J. J. DOHERTY, Secondary Teacher, Melb. Uiir. Junior Teacher: W. E. BIET"TS, Reg. Primary Teacher. All Teachers are fully qualified and registered under cRegistration Act. 1900. First Term Commences Monday, 2nd February. The aim of this College is to provide a thorough Commercial and Business Education to qualify for the Univer sity, Junior and Senior Public Exam inations, Junior and Senior Comnmer cial Examinations, Accountancy, Fed...

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Brunswick City. Re-Distribution of Wards. A CONFERENCE HELD. ABOLITION FAVORED. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

Brunswick City. Re.Distribution of Wards. A CONFERENCE HELD. ABOLITION FAVORED. A conference between the North west Brunswick, West Brunswick, and Moonce Vale Progres Associations was held in the schoolroom, Moreland tram terminus, on SatUrday evening, to discuss the question of redistribu tion of wards in the City of Bruns wick. The North Brunswick Progress Asso ciation was not represented, as they favored no redistribution, but simply the straight-out abolition of wards. Mr. W. Dowaley, J.P., President of the West Brunswick Progress Associa- . tion, was voted to the chair. An apology on account of family be reavement was received from Mr. J. J. Lsnigan, secretary of the N.W. Brunswick Progress Association. Mr. McCance was appointed to act us secretary to the conference and take minute. Mr. Tutty (Mooneo Vale Associa tion) quoted from the annual valuation report, claiming that it disclosed a haphuaard way of raising the rates. The North Ward paid a bigger rate per capita than eithe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

M ARCH, EECTRIL H. G RI R b,. J FRAN· HARTLEY, ICASH OR WeM t c e ya paing t week. Yr 1 ' tM n cer. See his Display. I ex te TOs WI HaII B, RU N SW ICK . Estimates for House Wiring--Free., EF o - Kiludsml bals tib t p eT Sp ie, h i st KowHi. p a ~~~Large Stock of Fittings, Shades, &rc. EVIESIGHlT Tested FREE ofChagePEC ELL~r to( ed~;~rr 5 A indsf Repairs at Sw~~edahortest~ip Mk &b' Me h w di--333-33 Spne Ac# rnwc e ust Know Him. A BOON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. MAR6KS BROS, 334-336 SYDNEY ROAD, (Near Methodist Church) And at 870 Sydney Road. Agrnt for Suttons. Tobacconists and Hairdressers. T. obaco... Merchant, &c. 320, 322, 330, 332 SYDNEY ROAD, BRUNSWICK. SnoPs, HOTELS, AND HAWKERS SUPPLIED. Ask for "OTRANTO" Cigars. Every Cigar branded "Otranto."-5 a 1/-. TAKE no OTHERS. :~ i pa mat The People's Tobacconist and Hairdresser. Civility, Cleanliness and Fair Dealings. 198 Sydney Rd., Brunswick, And 233ChapelSt.,Prahran Painters and Paperhangers. ...

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Workers' Compensation Legislation. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

Worker' Compensation Legislation. (BY D. NORiMAN TRENERY.) (Continued). It will be remembered thit. under Common Law there is no limit to the amount recoverable as dama es for injuries, and that under t? pO erl' Liability Act,?t he am nit: is?lm ited to three year,,' wagjs. rjThe k Wor_-k era' Compensation Acts alsdo :provide a limited amount of compenisation. Under the Western Australian Act a man is entitled during iricapacity, the result of accident, to half wages not exceeding £2 during tihe period of his incapacity, with a limit of £400. In case of death his dependants may claim up to three years' wages or £300, whichever is the greater, with a limit of £400. Provision on a lower scale is made for aged and infirm workers and those under 21 years of age. The Western Australian Act is com prehensive in its scope, for it covers any manual or clerical workers with a remuneration under £300 a year (ex cluding casual workers, policemen, outworkers or members of employer's family dwel...

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The Brunswick Roads. To the Editor of "The Brunswick and Coburg Leader." [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

The Brunswick Roads. ro the Editor of "The Brunswick and Coburg Leader." Sir,-May I be permitted to com pliment you on the fine leading article tin your issue last week. What you say in respect of the streets in Bruns wick is O.K. The first duty of coun cillors is to attend to roads, not for. getting drainage, especially where I live in East Brunswick, which will soon be the centre of Brunswick. I use a spring cart, and owing to the bumpy state of the roadways I spend far more in repairs that I ought to do. One would think the Brunswick councillors were all coachbuilders and kept the roads the way they are to get business. In Fitzroy, Brighton es pecially, and other suburbs, the roads are better, simply because more tar is used. I do hope, Mr. Editor, that your vigorous leadming article will be followed by good results, for the pen, as Mr. Brook Peters used to say, is mightier than the sword.-Yours-; etc., SPRING CART. Friend: What in creation induced you to buy that enormous apartm...

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SHIPWRECKED MAZDA LAMPS AND THE SEQUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

SHIPWRECKED MAZDA LAMPS AND THE SEQUEL. The "Electrical Times, "reported, when the "Oceana" foundered some time back, that a number of cases of Mazda lamps. consigned to Bombay Town Hall, went to the bottom. The report concluded by saying that, "dredging operations are proceeding, and we have not the slightest doubt, that in the event of one of the boxes coming up, its contents would be found in tact." The sequel to this (vide the "Elec trical Times" six months later) is in teresting: In a paragraph headed, "A prophecy justified," they state that of 100 Mazda lamps recovered, only 4 per cent. were in any wavy damaged-the remaining 95 per cent. being 'in perfect condition. This is yet another proof that Mazdas are mechanically strong, and will withstand rough usage.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Coburg Council. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

Coburg Council. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28. Present: The Mayor (Cr. Richards), and Crs. Davis, Anderson, Bush, Hackett, Keane, and Reynolds. Apologies were received for absence from Crs. Cash and Campbell. The following correspondence was received : From the Mietropolitan Board of Works, in reference to Dr. Melrose Mailer's application to have reticula ion pipes laid in Glencairn Estate, ad indicating the terms on which the request would be complied with. Action of Town Clerk confirmed. From the same, in regard to similar :pplications for Craigiorsie Avenue, WTattle Grove, and Maranda Crescent. Action of Town Clerk confirmed. From Public Health Department, adhering to resolution to close all ,s in Coburg. Received. From B. W. Longbottom, asking that a deputation of delegates from Friendly Societies, respecting exten sion of penny section in horse tranms from Bell street to dispensary, be re :eived. Received; deputation to be received. From secretary, Quarrymen and Carters' Picnic Committ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Abuses of the Road. A COMPARISON. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

Abuses of the Road. O A COMLPARISON. By Mr. E. W. Terry. a Tho great outcry by certain sections of the .public-always the minority against the mlotor calls for some do fence of that. much-maligned and pro gressive vethicle. Our methods of road construction r have not advanced with locomotion. The waste of public moneys by muni cipalities is appalling in road construc tion. .Motni is placed on roads, and , knocked by horses and other road users into the gutter; no blinding is put on in some cases. Where blinding is used all thie lilth is collected from side of road and placed on metal; the rain comes and washes the filth out from ii e t iitnl. and the north wind dries s'me and raises the dust. The blamne is laid at the door of the motor as a duist producer. The motor raises Iwhat the faulty construction of the o rioad has made. Motors ruin roads. so the minority sayi but the same portion of public opinion cimn prove that roads. such as they are in Victoria. ruin motor cars. The very ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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MR. GEO SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

Mr: George Smith is severing his' con nection with the Empire and Lyric Theatres early in February, much to the regret of the shareholders and the general public, who have patronised the perform ances so consistently during the two years of Mr. Smith's management. Mr. Smith was born in Manchester, in 1888, so that he is quite a young man; and as he is taking over the entire management of his own Picture Theatre at Williamstown, doubtless has an extended and prosperous career before him. As a testimony of the appreciation of Mr. Smith's managerial capabilities, it may be mentioned that he has had offers from two city shows, which were declined, as he was desirous of run ning his own venture, and has tlhe idea of running a circuit of Suburban Picture Theatres. He feels regret at partinrg from so many friends in lBrunswick, andt wishes to express his appreciation or the citizens from the uoint of view of one c:-terLing for theiramusement. There ha.v buc-n manyV successes, notably the g...

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CYCLING COBURG CYCLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

CYCLING COBURG CYCLING CLUB. The adjourned annual meeting of the Coburg Cycling Club was held on Tuesday, 27th January, at the club room, rear of Thistle Cycle Works, Mr 11. T. Munro in the chair. It was decided to erect the punching hall ,tand, for training l)urposOs, etc., ti buy another home trainer, the mo tions being carriedl unanimously. The election of office bearers was then dealt with. The following were elected:-President, Mr. A. Johnsonl secretaryl? M. Mr. W. Chalmers; chair uman, Mr. H. T. Munro: asst. see.. bil liard table stecretary and auditor, Mr. T. Fisher; conunittee. Messrs. Slancy, Shackleton. Ambler, andti Stretton: ean tain. Ir. E. Stretton; vice-capt., Mr. C. Jones: handicapper. 3Mr. W. Teal. The weather being too hot for club rtuns, it was decided to visit the Mid dle Park baths for Saturdays, Janu ary 31st and Februar.y 7thl. Club members and others are invited. Miembers are reminded to attend to their half-yearly subscriptions, if they have not already done...

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COBURG PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 30 January 1914

COBURG PICTURES. Still good houses continue at Lake Hall. The Kalem feature film, From Mlanger to Cross, was presented last Thursday, and it is the intention of the management to repeat this picture at an early date, this being a special request of many patrons. Next Saturday night's star is billed as "Half - a Chance." This is a very fine picture, and is full of excitement, including a very realistic shipwreck scene. The programmes are always good throughout, and Saturday can be looked forward to as no exception. Tuesday night Sarah Bernhardt will appear on Lake Hall screen in "An Actress's Romance," adapted from her great play, "Adrienne Locouvreur," and acted by the entire company from the Theatre Sarah Bernhardt, Paris. This picture is above the usual run of picture dramas, and should prove a big draw. Judging by the crowds now attend ing Coburg Pictures, the open-air is proving a great attraction and is with out doubt most enjoyable. When the weather is unsuitable the Hall is u...

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