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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

EMPIRE THEATRE jThe Popular Play-house of Brunswick Our Popular Prices-6d., 1/-, 1/6 Commencing Me~aday, Feb. 9 FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY, "fiAc[ ROM TlHE PAST" EDISON DRAMA. 2,000 f[IT. AND OTHER SPECIAL NOVELTIES Vadevi?,le Utraction. THE GREAT MAHATMA CO. THE PYSCHICAL MARVEL Commencing Saturday. ..GOF THE CENTURY. The Nurse: Oh! Talk is cheap. Thlle Policeman: Oh! I don't know. I know a cop who was fined three days' pay for spending ten minutes talking to a girl here. FOR PRIVATE SALE. Handsome rose Swood bedroom suite, dining room suite, walnut frames, upholstered, Cross ley's best saddlebags, Axminster, and Brus sell's carpets, almost new, and other furnishings. Can be inspected any day. Haslett, close to North Coburg Tram Ter minus. WEST COBURG METHODIST CHURCH Munro Street. Harvest Festival Services. Sunday, 15th February, 1914 Preachers: Morning at 11 Rev. L. J. Rowlands Afternoon at 3 Rev. W. Presley Evening at 7 Mr T. Barnes A GRAND CONCERT Will be given in the Church on Tuesda...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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St. Augustine's Embroglio. To the Editor of "The Brunswick and Coburg Leader." [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

St. Augustine's Embroglio. To the Editor of "The Bruinswick and Coburg Leader." Sir,-Mr. Bailey's first evasive re joinder to my severe strictures reminds one of Slim Pigmy Pimp's dignified re treat-"The horrid constable rudely ordered me to 'get,' "" and he being above height and beyond argument, I raised neither eye nor voice, merely thinking as I got-'"foeman unworthy of my steel!" Mr. Bailey No. 2, or another in conunmon company of one who does not realise the heinous offence of publish ing the private letters of his clergy man, and thus endeavouring to dam age both priest aid parishioners, in giving vent to wounded vanity, the chinks are opened still wider on this ludicrous presentment. We see now for "'the magnificent" equivalent "of one afternoon's collection" he demands the surrender to himself of all that synod has entrusted to the clergy alo:ne. in connection with organist and choir. The threat to bring the corrgspond ence under the notice of the Arch bishop is on all four...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

Auctioneers and Estate Agents. BER3T, STANLEh & COY. - 's.LA. --- (MORELAND'S LEADING AGENTS) AUCTIONEER, SWORNi VALUATOR, SUB-DIVISIONAL LAND EXPERTS, RENT COLLECTORS, FURNITURE SALESMEN. Have a large and complete list of Houses and Land for Sale in Brunswick, Moreland and Coburg, from X£250. Small Deposit. Rent Terms. PHONE BRUNSWICK 46. CONSULT -THE LEADING Auctioneer and rolerty Salesmen NEW AND COMMODIOUS PREMISES, SYDNEY ROAD, Corner of Blyth Street. ESTABLISHED 16 YEARS. -------OUR SPECIALTY Auction Sales of Property and Subdivision of Land by our Auctioneer, Mr. THos. E. CRISP, who has had 25 years' experience. Out-door Auction Sales of Household Furniture and Mer chandise receive our careful and best attention. Account Sales promptly rendered. Sworn Valuations of Property and Furniture for Probate and other Purposes. Rents Collected. Absentees Represented. Estates Managed. Insurances of Fire, Plate Giass, Accident, Employers' Liability, Motor Cars, &c. e,1ec...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

Personal. At the invitation of Cr. and Mrs. J. J. Anderson, a large number of friends and relatives assembled at the Moreland Church of Christ lecture hall on Monday evening last, to celebrate the coming of age of their son, Mr. Adiel J. L. Anderson. After music and elocutionary items had been ren dered, the company joined in games, and at the conclusion of supper and the singing of Auld Lang Syne a very u!easant evening was brought to a close. Sergt. P. McLoughlin, in charge of Brunswick police, returned to duty on Tuesday, after a holiday by the sad sea waves. Judging by the sergeant's appearance the same waves have had an exhilarating and rejuvenating ef fect. Mr. G. Read Murphy, P.M., scatter ed remarks in Latin around with a lavish hand at the Brunswick Court on Wednesday, and the vacant expres sion on the face of most of his hear ers must have delighted him. He for. got to mention an assault case as an instance of "lex talionis." The Rev. F. W. Newton, the nesly inducted incum...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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CRICKET. SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. BRUNSWICK V. GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

CRICKET. SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. BRUNSWICK V. GEELONG. On a splendid wicket at Geelong, Brunswick took no risks, their batting being of the solid order. Dowling lost his wicket with the total at 21, but Hyett and IHogg took it to 68 before the former was bowled for a useful 38. Hogg and Howe carried the score to 107, when Hogg (28) was, in attempt ing a shorlt run, smartly thrown out by Field. Following Howe being stump edl for 32, the remaining wickets did little, the only break being 28, added by Hodder and Leslie for the eighth nwicket. Each of these batsmen made 22, Leslie carrying his bat. The in nings totalled 184, after three hours' latting. Marlsham (four for 29 off 12 overs), Orchard (three for 241 off 80 balls), and Brewer (two for 41 off 17 overs) were the most effective bowl ers, and were well supported by the keen fielding. Geelong had half an lhour to bat. and lost two wickets for 33 runs. Scores: Brunswick: First Innings. F. Hyett, b Marsham ........ 38 W. J. Dowling, b...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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The Brunswick Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

The Brunswick Mechanics' Institute. A meeting of the subscribers of the Brunswick Mechanics' Institute was held on Thursday evening, January 29th, Cr. Thomas Johnson, the presi dent, occupying the chair. The whole of the resolutions as advertised in the "Liader" were carried, on the motion of Mr. C. E. Ogden, seconded by Mr. Thomas Clement, the only dissentient being Cr. John Wood Fleming. Ano ther meeting will be necessary to con firm the resolutions which will have the effect of vesting the management of the Institute in a joint governing body, composed of representatives of the Codncil and the subscribers. It is most satisfactory to observe the unanimity that pervaded the meeting.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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COBURG V. PORT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

COBUERG V. PORT MIELBOURNE. Coburg were after their win against Brighton put to a severe test in this match against Port Mielbourne. The shipping townies are at this juncture of the season leaders in the S.D.C.A. competitions. Stranks (Coburg) losing the toss, Ports readily took up the h'Itting. Rademacher and Jamieson go ing to the wickets. Letch opening up the bowling for Coburg from the Bell s·trcet end, 23 runs being scored off the first six overs. Jamieson. when 1. was given a life. the fieldsman fail i'lu to hold the catch (a hot one); next !. a handI drive. 4 runs the outcome (ail run).. Landells' next over (No. 3) 'ih hlast ball of over got first, wicket If match, after 19 minutes' batting. Les. Huntington behind the sticks n:;rtly snapped up cntch. Jones fill ed the vacans. Off Landells' first over he notched the "'baker's dozen." the outtfield being fast. At 18 min uites past 3. St an. Huntington re nbiccd TLandells. After his first. over he gave promise of some success, b...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

General News. At the Brunswick Police Court on Friday, before Messr. Tierney and At co, Js.P., there were a couple of vac cination cases and a charge of playing two-up, to which Fredk. Ashmore pleaded guilty and was fined £2, four teen days being allowed in which ,to pay. A conference was held between re presentatives of the Brunswick and •hurg Councils, in reference to an extension of the electric light system at present in order in Brunswick, to _ihe Town of Co},?1g. The conference *ras merely a so-?of prehmliminary can ter to future negbtiations, but it is un derstood that alternatire propositions were considered as to extending the convenience to Coburg ratepayers in the immediate vicinity of Moreland road or to the whole Town of Coburg. The matters dicsussed will be consid ered at a furthler conference. An official visit was paid by the An 'Iesea Lodge U.A.O.D., Brunswick, to the Shamrock Lodge, Coburg, on Tuesday evening. Bro. Atkens, A.D., was in the chair. Among the visitors...

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The Re-Subdivision of Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

The Re-Subdivision of Brunswick. Some three weeks ago thirteen gen tlemen met together for a conference. Undeterred by this most unlucky num ber they proceeded to disclss the fu ture of Brunswick. The fewer men, the greater share of honor. By eight to five (not that time in the morning) they decided that the ward system should be abolished, and Brunswick, with its extensive area polcd as cue district. The alarming nature of this proposal did not daunt the dauntless eight, nor did they consider that in the whole of the metropolitan area only two municipalities (Port Mel bourne and Coburg) are polled as one district. The advantages of the ward system are so manifest that it is prac tically universal. Fitzroy, with a' area of 923 acres (not one-third t:a size of Brunswick) has five wards. Even in the most democratic districts, like Footscray, Richmond and Col lingwood, there is not the slightest snuggestion of abolishing wards, which abolition would be really a retrograde, undemocratic...

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SHIPWRECKED MAZDA LAMPS AND THE SEQUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 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 th!s (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 way 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, A darkie was sent from a station to hang a pair of gates. When he came home the boss asked him: "How did you get on, Jackie? Did you hang the gates?" "No, not hang 'em, rope break; drown 'em longa tank."

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Masonic Installation BRUNSWICK ST. JOHN'S LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

Masonic Installation BRUNSWICK ST. JOHN'S LODGE. On Wednesday evening at the Bruns wick Town Hall, the ceremony of installing Bro. E. Houghton as Worshipful Master of the above lodge, was performed by V.W. Bro. T. Mckenzie Kirkwood P.G.S. Sub sequently the Worshipful Masters Officers of the lodge were installed by W. Bro. Yorke P.M. as follows: I.P. Master, Bro. J. S. Ravenscroft; S. Warden, Bro, J. Richards; J. Warden, Bro. A. Knights; Treasurer, Wor. Bro. F. W. Murphy P.G.S.; Chaplain, Wor. Bro. R. Bugg P.G.S.; Secretary, Wor. Bro. F. O. Lange P.G.Sw. B.; Dir. of Cer., Wor. Bro. B. B. Butler; S. Deacon, Bro, J. Shearer: J. Deacon, Bro. J. Roland; Organist, Bro. J. McLean; Choirmaster, Bro. H. Lamb; I. Guard, Bro C. King; Sen. Steward, Bro. R. F. Daniel; Jun. Steward, Bro. L. Stewart; Asst. Stewards, Bros. W. Goodall, J, Brack en, W. G. Modral, and O. Bugg. An excellent repast was furnished by Mr. Ferguson, caterer of Brunswick, and musical, vocal, and other items were pro vided du...

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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED IMPOSTOR, OR, THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM : A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 12. CHAPTER XVII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

ALL RIGHTB RESE~RVED. - OR,- THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. By B. W. Hopkins, Author of "On Four Brass Plates," etc., etc. PART 12. OHAPTER XVH.-(Continued.) One day Helen received a letter that made her heart leap. "We are coming to England," wrote Abingdon. "Burton is doing splen didly, physically, but he has grown restless again. He is still looking for that girl. This is troublesome here, for all the women have black eyes and black hair-that is, most of the pretty ones. Once in a while we see a very light blonde, but these are apparently no better to Burton than the brunettes. I would like to try again the , effect on him of a girl with blue eyes and dark brown hair." There was great . chattering over this. Mr. Brooke sat for a long time listening.• He had heard considerable about the doctor and his quleer pa tient of late, since, the days got cold enough t0 'keep him indoors more. "You two young ladies do .a great deal of talking," he said, with a pleasant lau...

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The Scarcity of Capital. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

The Scarcity of Capital. The folowiinu q(1tation froi the "New 1 ork E-'? ming Sun" is well worlhy of the consideration of all those who tnake an intelligent scien tific interest in economies and par ticularly in the prevailing economic LolnditJois :- "1Th' ;loillunt of capital availablle in the nworld to be borrowed and slent is at any given time a defi nite quantity which cannot be in crea.·sed 1- any scheme to reforma 'urre"c\y or prtomote the eticiency of t lnkinl. "Th''lerefo-re if a lot. of capital is borrowed and spotllt ill unproductive ways tlhere w ill be not only less for other users. hut the unattral gro\wth of caliital will be arrested in in roportion as the lises 10 which it is devoted are unproductive. \\hen! \'oli inut 10 ,t0?'t.1)0t dollars of capi tol into ail inhist ry or i raihroad it muilti lin's it-I f ,: \he-li l i o put tcapital into arl/ Ii n ilemlll. i-all'! .IC wit.!' lhip aild staiting i ti'alritu.s, as has btezi lone on so vast o seale in Enropl e, or "'...

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New Style in Photographs. SLEEPING AND SERIOUS POSES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

New Style in Photographs.: SLE'EPI-NG AND SEIUOUS rOSES. -'io e photograplied as if asleep is the vey latest,. fashion in Loin don ,'society." (Gone are the days oa th "giggtly" photograph, and p;rett: w'ioen prefer to be taken in a serious pose. Sleeping heauties photographed in ordinar\: dress, as if :they -were taking an afternoon nap,.: are to be seen .at West .lon .do!l photographers. Also there are fiires:ide plhiot'ogrphs, which show' o-l"mtin Sitting in the firelight, with. drolpiii xg :istitful e'xfiressions. "Xl'oiti. w omei ha'hve. a preference for the lookinig do0wn pose." said, a-:. .well-kno`wn photographer' to the Lonlonf"i"kily 1ii'ror." W?oi6men "particuiarly like thoughtit ful poses with ' veiled eyes.' They only- buy these, portraits 'for -them selves. For their frictids, however, ,ivomen. prefer the eyes to be seen, as eyes are a very important part. of a :photograph." ' In .-pictures 'of, in'otliher -ind child the serious "-'look ingr down" pose is maintained by...

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What the Sea Gives Up. CURIOUS FINDS AND TREASURE TROVE DISCOVERED ON THE SANDY SHORE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

What the Sea Gives Up. CURIOUS FINDS AND TREASUREB TROVE DISCOVEIIED ON T -HE "SANDY SHORIE. When :at tbt seaside it is as·>i: wiell to keep your eyes open. .Yo-u neer know what nmav turn up int :ii:-:t shlape of treasure trove. Quite a sensational find was ie-: iported fromr New York recently-.".' ' W·heiiie:walking on the beach at Long Islaind Miss Ethel Terry carne across .:. a- quiantity of greyish-looking mat ter. She did not know what it was, but those who did soon enlighten ed her. It was ambergris, aid iiorth upwards of a thousand: pounds sterling. Quite a useful little find. Still more recently a valuable find . was made on the beach at Nevin, CarnarvOnshire. It wras a case of periunie estitilated to be worth.about £;3800,. The finder was a joiner. On the shore .near Cherhourg a sealed bottle- containing a cheque drawn:. by "John Schmidt, of Ueh lini, "Neliraska, U.S.A.,'" ona bank. of thiat towuin was picked upi by a fishermRan; " roT.the :cheque was pinnced a note, int...

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The Poison of Envy and Revenge. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

The Poison of Envy and Revenge. (By WIN IllI?-l Il.\CKh. A nVolmtin v-,0?lan"t lt a stven year-old girl cerie into her garden atid s\'wirig the ehr tdx-e\en if the ieOv''t yao;r-olld iiel live nlmo0st lnextt (le ,r0, or. I iiil it w'Is oc'ise the sexoVn-r-V;i r-crhl liveled next (lo0'r. A ilnirw, the .x 1non wouldn't hlear of her swingrin r, and told the little girl so quite }lainly-but with out mailice ocr niger. Then she put on her nei halit and her smart new frock anid went down-town shop oing. When she. got home she hardly knew her h ott n garden.n The new sweet .peas were all i( l . up, the na?sturtiums also, thert, , biushes were lhamcked down, the Mi?,. :[ ginia' creeper was yanked off -t?"t wull of ouse-thehousthe rhulbrb in thW4 -:: hlck gardcni wxns pulled up- so.C.efti/,-:.> the radishes -nid the lettuces and lt : -ouiig onions'.- The "'arious 11flb~ver-.:::: ing shrubs .were:. licked doxwn, t.W'o -i: little hopeful chlerr( ,tiees ?ere .haock-: . : ed to pieces. The" h...

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The Town where Cyclones are Born. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

The Town where Cyclones are Born. -4 Science has at last placed its fin ger upon the exact hirthplace of the cyclones which fromi time to time work devastation over the Atlantic and "raise the wind" on British shores. According to Dr. Emil Schildenkrantz, an eminent German meteorologist, the cradle of the cy (lone lies in the town of Yuma, Co lorado. There is born and nur tured the whirling tornado-the deadliest type of destructive wind, a veritable dancing dervish of the gales. Yuma lies very far away from us in the foothills of the Rocky Moun tains. .Its altitude is forty-one hundred feet. It is generally agreed among the Weather experts that the destructive whirling winds are caused by a va cuum which forms in the air and produces a dark funnel-shaped cloud thal whirls about with tremendous force in the manner 'of a summer resort nierry-go-round. As soon as the vacuum forms, the air rushes in to fit it, because, as the text-books say, nature abhors a vacuum. The air is then apt t...

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WASTE LANDS ON FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

WASTE LANDS 0N FARMS. ----+------ If farmers generally were as care less with their money as they are with their money's worth, then the amount. of interest would not be worth worrying over. Look at farms of good land that have a selling value of £20 to £30 per acre and it will be found that there are portions that are bringing in but a fractional part of what should be returned, and are not paying current interest on a capital value of twenty shillings an acre instead of £20. On marny im proved and old-fashioned farms there are areas that were at one time soft boggy swamps, but for sears past the swamps have been comparatively dry, yet no effort is made to rid the surface of the rushes or the big tus socks. In the eyes of the owners the swamps are still swamps, although for years the surface has not held water. There is another source of loss in production on agricultural farms, and this is the amount of ground that .is made unprofitable by reason of stack bottoms. Straw and hay st...

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From the World's Press. THE ANCESTORS OF THE HORSE [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

From theWorld's Press. TIIE ANCESTORS OF TI-HE llllS:L A GCeriman naturalist, Dr. Otto An tonius, has recently puiblishedl some results of his investigations concerin ing the origin of the horse. It is well known that even DaUnrwin he-ld the opinion that the horse was de scended from one single wiill race, anti the Itussian scientist. l'ejoval sky, actually succeeded in discover ing a slpecies of wild horse in Asia.. llit, in the meantimne, !)aleontiolo gists have proved that the modecrn domestic horse is the descendant. not of one, tbut of several wild races. The Ihunters of the stone age chased Ivarious kinds of horses long before any attempilt was nlutade to domesti cute the animanl. This has been de tinitely proveId l, a numbl r of rough reirolductions, which hae Ibeen preserved until the jresment ily. Amon()g them are found dlrawings of various kinds of horses, froni (thic small andtl delicate anilnal to;the weight y andi heavily built tCpe. 01 the whole, there se-ln to ha ve e...

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Wereless for Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

Wereless for Miners. An invention has been brought to light which will serve to consider-. ably minimise the dangers to which every day the large number of. underground iworkcrs- ar-ie is? K; A clever Germian lject) iRr ;J."* 1. Reinecke,^ f ;, Wegtpluili aIsa: inyented a systnei? '?i'iAv irt S'etele graphy for use in ?nines. ~ e?sys tene has been adoI)ted at Diiining ton Main Colli?rsv ini Yorkshire, where instruments: hae bvenj fixedd at.. two points aid -convers, tions have been carried on nwith; the isaime case as is the li ase? ~itlihorduiar telephones. SThere is a, -lortbl Lnt111mi adapted tor useointheyagaewhil'5t astend(ling an dd escending-the I sli tt and 'so a icans . i cotinuiuca tioI 'with thibs above ground in -t?nmof disaster has been established. 13y this means rescue work w1 ill be considerably facilitated, for :n tombed miners will be in direct Icommunuication with the pit:head, thus being ahle to call f6or ssist ance and give directions as to their whereabouts and...

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