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Doomed to Carry Germs. TYPHOID VICTIM FOR LIFE. PENSION GRANTED TO PREVENT DISEASE SPREADING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

Doomed to Carry Germs. -+-- TYPHOID VI1CTIM -FOR lll'E:. PENSION C;( ANTED TO lPl IEVENTl DISEASE SPIIEAI~lNG. Almost unique in medilcn history is the case of a woiman typlhoidl currier, who it is said will cIarry the bacilli with her through lift. ''he case is. ldescribed by l)r. Bl rhar. Cunninghan in a repoirt tf tlhe lMan chester (Eng.) Medical Olicber pf Health. In order that the womania i shall cease to be a soiUrce of (liatl ger-as she htad been' keeping lolgers :. -the health authoorities' are giving her 7s. a week, adifi to with hei oil -age. pension of .s. 5 il b?' ul?t cielnt to kee her aitbout loidgers. :he, case :has ?r?used in uh iinterest, in Mi-ain\chester . Ihepre - pinc l rc strictionls oii the piairt oif the Ihealth l)epaitinentb aic ltatshe mutst niot cook I-ws.i , or anyonie.. Anoyonei 0can- hoeer, cook for lher. "'In did cussing flecnsCi )r. - Mairtin, w ho I or 'tv ers was * eicalM"llicer of Tealth for Gorton, renarked that. in c.'ses of typhoid carriers the i...

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

Australian Birds. Althounh Australia has no native song birds like the nightingal,. lark, thrush, or linnet. it possesses a great variety of feathered species. several of great beauty, and many possessing features of interest. Parrots are, perhaps, the most eo on. Several' of tthese are pecl liar to Australia, there being over Isixty species that are found in no other country. .\mo g these are the cockatoo parrot, long-beaked white cockatoo, black cockatoo, and forest parrot. The beautiful lyre bird is occasionally met with in the forests, but, being extremiiely shy. has to be hunted with caution. Many- birds known in Europle are plentiful in New South Walgs. Among these are eagles, hawks, owls, swifts, swallows, martins, fly catchers. pelicans, salltl-pipers. plo \ers. ducks. grebes, ptrels, gulls. turnus, 'enguins, andl allbtrrosses. T'he sparrow is regarded as the pest of the farm and orchard. Two boys were discussing a anapl of Ireland which they had been exam ining. Said Harry:...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Adjustable Step for a Ladder. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

Adjustable Step fer a Ladder. Iounsepainting' is very eFaily dlone by painters having t heir own s?oaffolds, but a jOperso desiring to do his own work will have only n ladlder to take the pilace of a scaf fold. To paint and stand on ihe rungs of a ladder all day will tire one's feet. As the writer had to do somle paninting, and a ladder was the only tlhing obtainanIle to climh upon, a fliat detachalqe step was mallde to iput upon the rungs of the aIndder to stand on the same as a scafold.. T"he step can he adjuisted '.to -any part 6f the laddcr for' the jiainter .to. stand 'upon and paiut.. a. sirface withii. easy rcach. :Two irons were bent V-shaped as illustrated, each end having a half circle to fit over the rungs of the ladder.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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The New Piracy. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

The New Piracy. el 1l-iashioncdl pirate cnatain, : ith a IHC e of pistols tucked ulnder hiS ibetlt andii a ololi.ed - haindker chief tied round his head, who buried his~=treasure, and made: his cap tires walk the plank;: must retire into i'the baclekground Ino wadays before the lir.iate with modern ideas and gan aptitude for comimercial enter ;rise, :isan?s the "Skeltehi,.' Al-pirate ,f.ptain ilounishes (ti lhe present time in the.. .Ie!d .Sea, who conlmmands a large dhoir. - He cap tures other ldhows carrying mer chandiise, stores tile captlred go ods somewhere out of the reachl of Fur kish sailors or soldiers. and then enters into negotiations with the merchants to whom the goods were consigned, offering to sell them their own goods at a very relduced price. This modern pirate has just made a fine haul, ha\'ing cailtured a cargo worth twenty thousand rupees which was consigned to Imerchants at Aden. He unloadedl this, set the ca!Lturedl dhow free, and at once wrote to the mIerchan...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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A Gate Latch. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

A.Gate Latch. The enclosed illustti-ion-' shows a simple gate latch . :: i . 'The ilo''ablei part is-i: made of oak rout 2n. i ?e i aad 2:.i. deep, 'with thce edges ro6unded 'and a slOt cutjii. about S3in.,to FrlloW of the catch nio l-ng back. The p -ece of iron can e nor lin by {in., with one end sharpened to drive up into the top rail,., and the outer end thinned down for nails or screws, or a small bolt and just a small set off to bring it over the centre of the rail. This catch is very simple and very durable. The one I am describing has been in use well over fifty years. The small piece of chain is fixed with two stanles, and is perfect in action. Th'lis catch could be made in iron, but I1 should prefer it in wood. When fixing. allow a little more room in the top part of the mnor tice in the head of the gate, to al low of a slight rise in the latch when pulled back, T''he lnte Lordi Young was re splonsile for enli\vening many a dull case. One of the most amus ing remanrks that ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Gem Photographs Itself. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

Gem Photographsj Itself. na?ivr short tir.e lthe~iiri: iill be :extremely fniuorn inmon w eli dressed wiomene al th mrore taitshani beo ummn a plreser; thie ~'~~~hc:h4tot we*sht loKth. do~e ·;-not nrip t:,: t mor thtour dra-c 1iddn u'.a ru ioed on na.o t', ae th1 - e ensy ?-a telx itlfrom of th iie [iU ioi rCe-Atii~cil. gems is sme x c.asestbear ;the c osehst om. parisoni pr-itl teor iginal aid i-bit hies. con be made now Wihich actual al(I surpnssin the real stones'in lSitri . ti'he first kno n iris :s i foueld toen years .:ago. A shepherd, tendiig his snheep.on a Californian mountain, It extose& tothe.IxO jt·c in found , a specimen accidentally. upoe late Mr. Pierpoit Morgan bought one of the first that was found for aoth£1,000, recograising its rare distincus tion amnong gems, and this particu lar iris is nowti in the American apuseum of Natural History at New .Ykork," uTp iecrise beokr its closest counder a sli i-son ein.ctrie teoriginht al liTe it bi's ciral~h e mhich i...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Law of the Flag. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

Law. of,the Flag. '? . h:rh. e eare quite a number ..of peo ple xihornm an excess ofi enthusiisiml mag lenld into conunitting an~ 0 ence .against the law ore lette das anis histe whicht: ough,t .:not. ":.tobt:e ;;? and -:?con Ipa, r?tiel fex· is pepl 'ixr' axiiware tlhe restrictions on this piint~' Th xihole matt as d o Orde in Courncil lated l, ovebern oth, iS0. This tifl eii nxns in forco.· The .most important point. :lto ibe reiemberedrl is that te -Royal Standard is the perso!nal fla? :of .the Sovereign. It ,is ,hois ted where the Sovereign. is .:residing,? and nowhere else, with a fei:: excep tions, such: as certain .:.fortresses?oin :loyslt anniversaries or Stte occa sionls,-as -laid down i:? ithe i Ic a! ··: -i'e,,·.-,: .;en Rg egulions. The 1,uoni Jakoinsath Ilag ot th hoil imntio anan one u -i Ii' t . 18oroxo 6-t;.,bt:ttixentu, its te BriS~lT.ia tiih ?et'lct onsistdl foli tree" I i sitons ?l ed te xw.:puhite ad: ote.q blue-and eachldix islon fle an E sign ofe a: orresr o?di...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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A Burglar Fiction. EMINENT DETECTIVE SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

A Burglar Fiction. EMINENT DETECTIVE SPEAKS. " Scientific burglary absolutely does not exist," is the pronounces mnent of the former head of the I'aris: Surete, or detective depart ,ment, Xavier Guichard, who has just been interviewedl on the subject by, Richard Arapu, a leading cri mninologist. M. (uichard, whose name became well known last year in connection with the automolbile bandits, says that the concep;tion of the twcn tieth century burglar, who gocie about his work armed with all the resources anid the latest dliscoverie:: of science, is merely a joke invented by writers of fiction. "The truth is quite different," he went on. "Take, for instance, the oxy-hydrogen blowpipe, which is supposed generally to be used now to melt away the locks of safes. In all my experience as Chief de la Surete I came upon only two cases, where this method was used, and one \as of a jeweller whoI robbed himself for the insurance, and used a blowpipe because he had read about it in novels. The ot...

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

Brunswick City Mission. Sister Dykes acknowledges with thanks:-Mr and Mrs Baines, £1; Mrs A. C. Collings, £1; Mrs Griffin, meat, cooked and minced for picnic; Mrs Maver, groceries; Corban, stamps. 3s 6d, for Christmas cheer; Mrs Power, 1s; Miss Willoughby, 1s; Baptist S.S., per Mr Bobt, £1 2s 6d; Mr Trahair, 60 new pennies and large quantity of new toys; several ladies for making garments for Jumble Sale; Miss Kenwood, Carlton. parcel cloth- ing. Sister Hartnett desires to acknow- ledge, with many thanks:-Victorian Football Association and Brunswick Football Club. £1 10s; Mrs Cook, 7s 6d; I.O.R., Pride of Brunswick Tent, £2 7s 6d: Mr Lynall, 10s; Rev. and Mrs Steggall, 10s; British Australa- sian Tobacco Co., 10s 6d; per Miss Dinsmore, 8s: Felton Bequest Com- mittee, £5: Miss Shelton, 5s: Mrs Barnett, £1: Mrs Stewart, 10s 6d; committee Mayoral return ball, 16s 9d: Miss Manallack, 5s; Mrs Leek, £1. For relief, Young Women's Fellowship Association, 16s. For the tea meeting --Mrs Balfe...

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Brunswick City Council. Report of Committees. PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

Brunswick City Council. Report of Committees. PUBIC WORKS COMMITTEE. To consider and order on the Sur- veyor's report re tenders for the sup-     ply of a steam roller with scarifier attached. Recommended that the mat-   ter stand adjourned for fourteen days. Recommended that the question of the plans, apportionments, etc., of Centennial Av., Henty street and La- trobe street be deferred consideration until the next meeting of the Public Works Committee.   From hon. secretary, North Bruns- wick Progress Association, forwarding the following resolution passed by his Association. That as figures show ap- proximately a difference of £250 be- tween the locally made and imported steam roller, this Association is of the opinion that the Brunswick Council should well consider the matter before deciding which article shall be pur- chased. Recommended that considera- tion of this matter be deferred until the tenders are being dealt with. Fr...

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

ELECTRIC LIGHTING. -----0-------- 0 Edison, the great American inven tor. about 32 years a~co supplied the first electric lamp in New York City; to-day his inventions are used over the ihole world. The Fdison Mazda Lamnp is the Iat "st of his productions in this line. Its Tungsten wire filament glows with a brilliant white light,. and only uses :,about one-third as much current as the carbon filaments of old. Ask ;Grundy and Co. about your electric !ighting requirements. You need not buy anything. 'Now. ladies and gentlemen," said the conjurer, before one of his Sydney audiences. "I beg to call your atten tion to the grreat illusion of the even inr. I will ask any lady in the au dience to enter the cabinet. I will then close the door: when I open it a'ain the lady- will have disappeared, b ai'in" no trace." In the second row of the audience a pinn. undersized man with a haunt ed. harassed expression, turned with n itrange gleam of hope in his dull, mild eyes to an enormous female wh...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick City Council. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

Brunswick City Council. MONDAY, FEBR.I'ARY 2. Present.: The May-or (Cr. M1ilward), tnd( Crs. 'lemniug, AIIard, Hickford iohnson. Phillips. W man. Jewel, M[.L.A. lii).ilx~al eel he 1(1110"111l -potldn2. W2s ,.alt with:a l1ro11 T. . ' Forl-str :itld about 0 iher rtepay-ers of: Brunswick. re-. luesting thle Mayor to call a public ieetin at aIn early date whereat. tihe luestion 1 pu:rchiasing a hxoallv matde -teani roller or an inlported one could To0n1 ClerIk would report that the 1a or haIs conllsented to the wish of Ie ratepayers and has called a pub ic 1e1ing for Thursday 5th Febru. cy', ]91·.I.- " Action of Ma-l-yor endolrsed From Constable Clinnick, reporting     that at 12.15 a.m. on the 16th Janu- ary, 1914, Mr. John Jenkin, of 28 Overend street, East Brunswick, in company with his wife and infant and Miss Hawk, was driving along Lygon     street in a jinker, and when crossing       &a...

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Coburg Police Court. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 February 1914

Coburg Police Court. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. Before Mr. G. Read Murphy, P.M., and Messrs. Waters and Springhall, J.P.'s. DRILL SHIRKERS. Arthur M. Hamilton was charged with being in default in the number of his drills. Lieut. R. B. Anderson, area officer 59A, appeared to prose cute. The defendant stated that he had been in the country, but the area offi cer declared that this was subsequent to the default, the subject of the charge. The P.M. said accused was a shirk er. Some lads had not the sense to understand that the training was good both physically and mentally, and wanted to be brought up like animals. Defendant was committed for seven days at Queenscliff. David Henry Carr Jones gave evi dence that he had been in Western Australia for one year and eight months of the time. On giving this evidence on oath the P.M. decided that the case should be withdrawn. William Alexander Hyde was com mitted to Queenscliff for 7 days. Chas. F. Golgarth produced a doc-   tor's cert...

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Rough on the Rector. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

j Rough on the Rector, A certain church school in a nor theorn city was frequently visited by the rector, who was a stickler for eti quette. These visits were usually ac companied by strings of questions re lating to any discrepancy observabl, in the schoolroom. On one occasio; the rector's eagle eye noticed that : picture was not hanging quite plum' and he put the question to the schni ars:- "Now, can any of you tell me soum thing that is not right in this room Many and varied were the ainsw, given, until, almost losing patience. ! said: "Come. conme. now: I am surpris at your lack of observation, for th: mistake is very -lating. Up shot another hand. a:tnd when tt: scholar was interrogated tihe rect" promptly made himself scarce, for th ans"wer was: "Please. sir, you've forgotten to ta:, off your hat." "'What ipart am I cast for?" asker' ,an .amoitious amateur actor of the ei't manager. "'You are to be the heroinre's fathe? was the reply. "What does he do?" "H , d ies tr .n y" >...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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HOW TO SAVE MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

HOW TO SAVE MONEY. By Fortune Free. So many of my acquaintances are convinced that "it's awful 'ard to run agin what Natur has put in" them in the way of not saving. They are firm ly convinced that they have not got the "gift" of saving. It seems to them. to have come to other people much like gout or some other complaint is inherited. A lady once surprised Father Vaughan by declaring to him, in the course of conversation as to how some people were gifted, that she would really sooner have the gift of saving than an ear for music! Dean Hole related how, when he was once sxpostulating with a gentleman in a vilnlage on the error of his ways in spending his wages so recklessly that, after years of hard woirk, he had not the money to buy .a pig. as another vil lager did, the erring one replied: "ie's got it in 'ima. sir; got it in im. It's like one feller 'as whiskers in' another can't grow 'erm. You must ihave it in yer." Lord Rosebery does not agree with that view, and he is right. Sa...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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INTRODUCING A VIOLINIST. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

INTRODUCING A VIOLINIST. The following is said to be a verba atim account of the introduction of an eminent violinist to a far Western audience: "Ladies and gentlemen." began Colonel Handy Polk, the well-known real-estate agent, stepping to the front of the stage and addressing the audi ence, "it is my privilege tlhis evenin' to interduce to you Signor - , the notorious furrin fiddler, who will en deavor to favor us with home high class and Al violin-playin'. The signor was born and raised in Italy. where fiddlin' is not merely a fad, but as much of a business as politics is in this country, and when it comes to handlin' the bow, he emphatically knows whur he is at. tie hasn't drop ped into our midst by accident, but comes under the auspices of the Liter ary Society, which is payin' his wages and backin' him to the last gasp. So let it be understood that if you hap pen to have any criticisms to offer, you are to do your kicking to the so ciety, and not to the signor. I'll just add t...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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ERRAND BOY TO SCIENTIST. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

ERRAND BOY TO SCIENTIST. Dr. George Gore, who has just died in Birminghiam at the age of eighty two, was an entirely self-educated man. For four years he worked as an errand boy and for four years as a cooper. Workiing from six in the morning to eight at night, he had lit tle leisure for study, but in the hours stolen from sleep he pondered deeply over scientific subjects, and laid the foundation of his future successful career. From Bristol he went to Bir mingham when twenty-five years of age, obtaining a situation as time keeper in the Soho works. Before long the originality of his researchec began to be noised abroad, and he s& up as a teacher on his own account Before he was thirty he had discover ed the substance known as "expl: sire antimony," and about the sam, time he discovered a liquid by mean of which white nickel could be d< posited as a bright white metal. Thi. liquid, known as "Gore's Solution. Was afterwards used extensively.

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Faithful Schoolmistress. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

Faithful Schoolmistress. - +------- A recent book, entitled "Recollec tions of a Missionary ill the Great West," gives a pathetic story of a little schoolmistress who was faitih ful to the end. She had been visit inig, andi, with a dozen or nmore people, was caught by a tremen dous cyclone. They were in a house which stood on the edge of a high bluff'. The house was wrecked, and every inmate but one .illed. This survivor said that the family were at supper when the stormu struck the house, and the schoohlnistress happened to sit. next the baly, which was crowing in its high chair. When they found the poor girl that night, she was still alive, although she died almost instantly. 'I'he wind hadni torn ofl her clothes, even her tvwo rings, and left her but one shoe. h-r hair ws whipped to raugs. She had hoen driven through several barbed-wire fences, and every bone in her budy was broken. In her armts, hwowever, and clasped tightly. to her breast, was the dead bocdly of the little chil...

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MELBOURNE CITY MISSION HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

MELBOURNE CITY MISSION HOME. List of donations to anhiual tea held in the Brunswick Town Hall on Oc tober 9th. 1913:--Mrs. Danks. £l Is; Miss Courtney, 10s 6d; Mrs Vaug han,.£1 l is; Mrs. McDougall, £1 is; Mrs. Watson, £1 is; Mrs. C. E. Mel ville, £1 is; Mrs. Glew, 10s 6d; Mrs. Whaley, 10s 6d; Mirs. Norman, O10s.; Mrs. Jenkins, £1 is; Mrs. Ware, L£1 ls:; W.C.T.U., 10s; Mrs Bridges, £1; Mr. J. A. Hutchinson, £1; Mrs. Geo. Hall, 10s.; Miss Riddell, £1 is; Mrs. ,ignctl, 9s 6d; Mrs. George, 1i; Mirs F. W. Kiel. £i s. ; Mrs. Griffiths, £1 is; Presb',terian Sunday School teachers,. 10s; M.D., £2 10s; a friend, O10s; Mr's. Passfield, £1 ls; Mrs. Cook, 5s; Mrs. Mathew, 5s; Miss Hearn, £1L is; Mrs. D. McDougall, 10s 6d; MIrs. Walker, 10s Gd; Mrs. ElleImor, 5s.; Mrs. Anstey, £1 Is; Mlrs. Pcstoll. 5s; Mrs. Robinson. 10s; Sydney Rd.'Me thodist C.E., £L is; Misses Bowley, E1 Ils; Miss Cohen, 10s 6d; Mr. R. McG. Dawson, 5s; Albion St. Methodist C.E., O10s; Mrs. Tough, 1l; Mrs Crate. T5s; His Wors...

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What Binks Learned. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

What Binks Learned. Youing Cicero links was an eru dite youth, and a regular demlon for knowledge forsooth. At his studies he "swotted" to tell you the truth, for eight or - ten hours every day. To give you some little idea of his worth, he knew to a frac tion the. age.: of .the earth, the ac ,tual: weight of the moon and its girt'h, ad Iondho far all the stars were away. He ccould tell you the reason why eggs are not meat, why toadstools and hedgehogs are not good to eat, also ..why there can never be cold without hept,. and why humble-bees don't niake honey, ie could analyse w hisky and black-currant tart, and reieat Shakespeare's plays if you gatve him a start ..in fact, he was :cruained .full of -:science and art, knowing- even-, why .Robey is funny. "One can . ne'er iear. too much," wi itha smi le lhe would say. But he . altered his mind; overhearing nie da-y to' fiendsl, whol imaginedl hiun- out ::.of thie -vwa,' ;stating facts neir .to "finks, without doubt. "Wliat Ian ugly o...

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