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A PLUCKY CAPTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

A PLUCKY CAPTURE. Mr. J. Russell Hawkins, of Rich mend, U.S.A., tells an adventure once experienced by his uncle, Mr. Martin Hawkins, whilst fishing on the James River. The stream was well stocked with shad. In May they came up from the sea, and handreds of people would assemble on the rocks in mid-stream along the falhl and with dip-nets sup pily themselves with all they wanted, Mr. Hawkins was at his post watching for a catch, when along came an im tumense sturgeon. It had stopped to rub its sides against the rock accord ing to the habit of sturgeons, when Mr. Hawkins concluded that if he could only get his hands into the gills of the mnonster he might succeed in land ing it. lie crept to the side of th' rock, stooped over, and began rubbing the sides of the iiHh near the tail, pro ceedlinig iietly towards the head, un til at last the gills were reached. With a sudden thrust the haunds were sent home to the very inne"r aws of the fish. when it gave a lurch that jerked the Ish-iiti...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Strange Sign of Gratitude [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

Strange Sign qf Gratitude ---------------- "WVhen I n'as starting in business," says Sir Thomas Lipton, " I was -very poor, and needed every penny i could elrn to enlarge nY lijttle business. I had a lad of fourten I as assistant. One Monday morn ing tile boy came in with a very mournful explression. I asked him what the trouble was, ndtl he saild, 'I have no clothes fit to wear at church, sir. I can't get a new suit, because my father is dead, and I hav'e to help1) my mother pay the rent.' 1 thought it over, and fin ailly took enough money from Iny harld-carned savings to buy the lad a good, warm suit of clothes. with which he iwas delighted. 'IThe next day he did not come to work, nor the next; and when three days had gone by, and I had heard . nothing fromn himn. I went to his hormne to find out what had become of hiim. ' Well, you see, sir,' said the mother of the boy0, ' Robert looks so respect nl,le in his new suit, thanks to you, sir, that we thought we had better. look aroun...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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The Brunswick St. John's Lodge of Freemason's [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

The Brunswick St. John's Lodge of Freemason's] An account of the installation cere mony on the 4th inst. of this lodge .was giv'en in our last issue. The Char ter warr:ant of the lodge was given in 1S74, and the lodge under the secre ?t:,-ship of Bro. F. O. Lange, P.G. S\".B., is making great headway. It inow numbers 107 members, and last year it initiated 21 new members. Its funds now total £412. It is time the !?!ge built a hall for its meetings. The past masters of the lodge are--R.Wor. Bro . F. G. Manchester, P.D.G.M1.; V.Wor. Bro. F. C. Jarrett, P.P.B. G.P.: Wor. Bros. F. W. Murphy, P.G.S., R. Bugg, P.G.S., E. Saun dcrs. P.M., F. W. Seekamp, P.G. St .B., IR. Yorko, P.M., F. O. Lange, P.G.Sw.B., S. J. Marsh, P.M., G. Fordham. P.M., H. Glew, P.M., W. Morris, P.M., E. M. Moore, P.M., u. B. Butler, P.MI., W. Jones, P.M[.. ,T. S. Ravenscroft, P.M.

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A Wonderful Insect. LOOKS LIKE A LITTLE GREEN ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

A Wonderful Insect. LOOKS LIKE A LITTLE GREEN ELECTRIC LIOGHT GLOBE. There exists in the tropical coun" tries of America :'annd in the West Tndies a curious species of insect whicih ?:tiid n:i?i.:-es call Cocutyos," nieaning riiightliglit . insect. This insect emuits a brilliant green light from each eye and a green light from thie .ndelr part of the stomaci. Some of the natives in Cuba, Mexi co and South America use the insect light to read by, placing about fifty of them in a long glass tube or bottle, called 'd "Cocu yera." Another method is to hang the "Cocuynera" - over one's bed and then when .you want tosee -the time at night; strike the bottle gently with the hand, when the "Cocuyos" will light up. This insect is quite harmless arnd inoffensive and can be carried in the hand. if its stonieh is gently pressed by forefinger and thumb it will give a light like a sniall elec tric torch. These peculiar insects vary in size, but the largest come fromn the Province of Pinar del Ili...

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More Water. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

More Water. The Melbourni and Metropolitan Board of Works notify that the main i'pe in th- undermentionled streets is b,,in laidd down. and the owners of :,1l tenements situated therein are hiereby requitred on or before March i:3thI. 19-1. next to cause a proper pIipe and %topcocks to be laid, so as to supply water within such tene menuts from the main pipe: BRiUNSWICK. Hickford st.. from Lygon st. east •,arlds 101 chains. Hickford st., from Nicholson street w-cstwards 8 chains. MIayfield avenue, from Hopetoun st. to Gr:ay street. McDougal street, from Barkly st. to Vestoil street. Florence street, from Breeze street \westwa rds to railway. Hlarrison street, from Albion street /·at, northwards 7' chains. Richardson street, from George st. ,astwards ¼ chlains. Balmoral street, froum Holmes road eastwards 11¼ chains. COBURG. Mloreland road, from Saunders st. to Queen street. Queen street, from Moreland road norlthwards 8a t ;ins. Barrow street, from. Moreland rd. to lMoor's road. Bar...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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COURAGEOUS TELEGRAPH GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

COUflAGEOUS TELEGRAPH GIR?L Mademoiselle Juliette Dlodu, a ,girl of twenty, was in 1870 ema ptoyed as telegraph clerk a't Pithi v!ers, France, when, on Reptember 27, the advance guard of the Ger man arny uentered:l the little town. German olr)latots occupied the telegraph otliee, and it seemed in possible to keep in touch with the F;'rench colllllnlulnluder outside ; but Ju lietto had taken a telegraph alppa ratus up to her bedroom, and con nected it to the wires outside her window. She-thus succeeded, at the time of the battle of Beaune, in interceptiig, a German military nmes sage, whichishe sent secretly by spe cial riessefiger:: to the French com tiander 'ithir-t.r miles away. . Suslpected arnd watched,. she, found liersel obliged.- t .remove - her appa iatus to *a neighliour's house, and fifally --to. cease': telegiraplhing alto gether-; the servant,; who had a Prussidit swieetheart, threatening to denounce- -her. -::After the war she n as decorated with the Legion of Hloro*i, ...

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THE WIPING OUT OF A CLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

THIE WIPlING OUT OF A CLAN. The feud which had long raged be tweenri the famrrous Scottish claus Macdonahl and hliclead-the osten sile causie of which was an irisult offered by a Macleodl to a daughter of one of the greatest of the Mnc don alIds-concl iuded on Septemberc 2". 17 19. Maclcod set sail for the island hoen' of the .Macdonalds with such a number of followers that any- re sistance iy the inhabitants on the lonely Isle of Egg Would have bee! folly, and so thought Macdonald when he saun his hIereditary foe ap proaching the shore. Calling hiis people togethet. he gave orders that the- should conceal themselves in a carve nealr the setsl.hore, which, al though large enough to hold them all, had buti a narrow opening. con cealehl by a cascade of water fall ing front the cliff above. Suspecting a ruse, as they could not see any inhabitants, the Mac-1 leods searched the island thorough ly, but without success, and at last concluding that the Macdonalds had left. their homes, they...

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Coburg Police Court. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

Coburg Police Court. TPESDAY, FE3BR.UARY 10. Before Messrs. Campbell anud Cash, J.P.'s. CHARGES AGAINST A SEW ERAGE. CONTRACTOR. Ernest Car" was proceedecd u.gainst by the Council oni charges of leaving sewrerage spoil on the road in HIudson street and having itt mproperly fenced on 2nd February. He was also charg ed with hav-ing no light therein. Mr. FT.T. Hickford appeared to prloseccute, andl defendiant, who plead ed guilty, was ricresented by MS1. Larkin, of Reynolds and Larkin. Prior to the case proceeding, thei bench asked defendant if he had aiy objection to their adjudicating as they were both councillors. I he desired an adjouranient it woul he granted. Defendant said he had not thoe slightest objection to their Worships' jurisdiction. Inspector BIuddls gave evidence of tinding the obstruction in question in Hudson street on thre night in ques tion. It was unfenced, and there was no light thereon. He had previously warned defondant. For the defendant iu mitigation MIr. Lark...

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A VALUABLE FIND. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

A V.\L1 ABI.E FIND. A tower of gold was discovered Iby soime work:lmenl on October 19, 1794, in the midst of a thick copse in the neighbourhood of a small aillage near Hamburg. It was 14 feet high, about 2 feet in circunm ference, and modelled after the style of an ol (Uothic tower. ]t was mrade of virgin gold, and wa~s xulued at so large a sum that no ,person could purchase it. The owner of the land claimed it; but Government took possession of it without any payment, though eventually they granted the land lord 25,000 florins for it, and then melted it down and convert cd it into current coin. It lhand evidently been erected on a clear .space of ,ground, and conm ltmllorat e(I the niartyrdoln of a famous saint. The ornamental trac i-g represented a long-bearded man tortured to death at the stake. and ton the Iause was the figure of a woman, with outstretched hanuds and 1t ing hair.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

Professional Column. Miss Ethel Bro ne, SOPRANO VOCALIST. Teacher of Music, Singing, and Voice Production.. 144 Blyth Street, Brunswick. SINGING. Voice Culture & Production, Careful & Thorough Tuition. Terms Moderate. V. Powell, 81 Albion St., West Brunswick Mandoline Taught Terms Moderate. Rapid Progress. 16 JESSIE STREET, .. .MORELAND. BRUNSWICK COLLEGE--. SYDNEY ROAD. Principal: ROBERT McKAY, M.A. School of History and Political Economy, Melb. University. Mathematical Master: J. J. DOHERTY, Secondary Teacher, Melb. Univ. Junior Teacher: W. E. BETTS, Reg. Primary Teacher. All Teachers are fully qualified and registered under Registration Act 1906. 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 Commer cial Examinations, Accountancy, Fed eral and State, Pharmacy, Railways and other Exams. Pupils with ...

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PEN PICTURES OF THE PAST. BETSY BALCOMBE AND THE OGRE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

PEN PICTURES OF THE PAST. ------------ IBETSY 1I3\ALCO.MBE AND TIHE OGRE. On October 13, 1815, Napolton LBonaparte (yesterday arbiter of Europe, now a captive "general,, condemned to lifelong exile) arrived at the lonely island of St. .Helena. The strange stories told of the "Corsican : Ogre" had led somie simple folk to imagine hiiii· as sumnething more liendish thanri hi man, and when he rode up to Briers Cottage, ott his way into the interior of the island, two pretty girls who had been watching the ca-alcade beat a precipitate re treat. Their father checked their foolish fears, and fourteen-year-old Betsy Balcombe saw a pale, but still dignifiedl, nmlan descend from his horse and enter the garden. Finding the girl knew some ]'rench, Napoleon amused himself by cruestioning her, and in ten minutes Ietsy and the "ogre" were the best of friends. The acquaintance rip-. ened during Napoleon's temporary residence at the "Briers," and be fore a Week was over the tyrant of Europe bowed b...

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Joining Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

18trtttelic~ callb Cobutrg Icater. PUBLISHED ON FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1914 Joining Melbourne. There can be no possible doubt that at -its very best the outlook for tue i.runswick Council in thno alrecion ot an.tuang Satlstaction to t1lo ra·cep,?y.te is anytnug- -bUt cneertul. .Noc m1atb tnlis is ciue to any Iaut, of tue coufl cuIors inaividualiy or . as a. bony, but slupSy andt otbvously- iromi the exist ig- condition. of aninrs.. Brunswicr nas expanded at a iipiai raite witrln even ine last diecade-, it has in tact outgrown its finncial ?ts?rength. 'lo 'ieep ?abrearst fo: i?tf ; tines great cnanges aavoe ha-i?i :to be made, ain, these have: cost...andl w-ill cost -a. deal of money, and -mobey Is a scarce conm motSy wlin the counicit;; ,As a mat ;er ot fact .-the miiniciiiality is cnpptu as heavvily as it can. wclt" go, ani yvet Go .eep pace withitiits inpor.ance andt to maintain equan?. y itan other sub urbs it will, be necessary to plunge stil further. TIhe rate can...

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Should the Tango be Danced VIEWS OF SOME NOTABLE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

Should the Tango be Danced VIEWS OF SOME NOTABLE PEOPLE. "Everylady-'s Journal" has been making it a h'bit, of ite, to consult a number iof lealing ' ' horities upon various teopics or vital interest. and publishing a digest oi :heir views. In the February numIber. ijust to hand. for example,. e h' que.~io. of mocern dancing iU discussei, with particular reference to the Tan',,i and ether "freak" dances. Opiu'ion a"e ,xpre-s ed by leaders of thi Churcth and such notables as the 3Miayor of St. Kilda M1iss Jenny. Brcunan the tittre:ss of the ballet of Her Maji-t.-'s The:atre: iMr. R. O. Clack, the general secre tary of the Y.1.C.A. ~lrs.. Fairbairn. one of the leaders of Melbourn:e so ciety, and Mrs. Mary Gilhnore. the well-known Australian poetess. who lived for some e-ears in Southl A metrica. where the Tlango found its origin. Thi collection of views makes aiidmirai reading, and it is illustratei wiih' a number of first-class photograph..- The general opinion seemus to be iithat. o...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

General News. At the Empire Theatre on Monday there will be two new star pictures screened, "The New Minister." a thlree rerl star drama by the Kalem Co., will be one of the leading attractions, and the other is "The Taking of Rat tlesnake Bill." a thrilling Western drama on 2000 ft. filn, filled with the most intensely exciting incidents throunghout. "When Greek meets CGreek, then comes the tug of war," but when soli citor meets solicitor then comes the endeavour of two gentlemen to speak :at once to a bewildered couirt. This was the picture presented on W ednes day at the Brunswick Court, when Edward RIobert Raman:ge, a green grocer. was charged with assaulting Alice Lavinia Ashlown-, a 'young mar ried woman. M1r. Reginald Greene ,nt. the case for the prosecutioni force ifully. and MIr. Shannon for the de ience was equally positive that no as sault. hadt been committtedl. A lporcu Pine was nothing to the manner in which the case bristled with objec tions. and as a rule both counse...

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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' MINIATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

RIENDLY SOCIE'TIES: MINI . TURE. A competition between the friendly-. societies of Brunswick has just. be:.-en completed at- the local miniature, range. A very keen competiion re sult ed in the foilowing teams -iwinning:. Lile prizes given: 1st. P.A.F.S., No. 1 ,." ;,"4a2pt`s-.., 'nd, IO.R...34pts i A.NA., No. 1 .. . 32 pts -th, 10..0.. No. 1 .. . 33-pt. lThe C hallenge Shield given for- , com-: - pletitiol was won by the P.A.F. No;?S I te.m. the runners-up. being t.he:::. A.N.A. No. 1 team. The scoresn-ier..:-i P.\.1 . No. 1 .. .. .... :. . .4,686.. -: A.N.A., xo. 1 ......7.. 4.620 Inudividual stres, best ten:--- G. Rice (P.A.FS.) ... .. . 946 P. Ande'rsona (L.O.O.F,) .. . . -9a-:4: A. Rice (t .A.F.S.) .......... .9357 ::: ,: •. Lyle (A.N.A.1) ..... .. .. 8.94 E. 1Enouf (P.A.F.S.) ........ 926 W. Tucker (P.A.F.S.) ..... ... ;. 926: -: 1 .Hariper (P.A.F.S.) ........ 925 A. Johniston (U.A.O.D.) ....... 921 A. Slater (P.A.F.S.) ........ 917 .

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

Personal. Cr. Millward (Mayor) and Cr. Hick ford were on Monday nighit appoint ed by the representatives of the Brunswick Council on the Brunswick and Coburg Tramway Trust, which is to be formed immediately for the pur pose of establishing the electric traim ,rays authorised by the bill which has passed the State Parliament. Cr. A. G. Campbell was on Wednes (ay unanimously re-elected Commis sioner representing the Coburg Coun cil on the Metropolitan Board of Works. The death of Mrs. Amelia Field at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. George Hall, Victoria street, Bruns wick, removes an old colonist of 81 Cyears. Mrs. Field was 92 years at the date of her death. We regret very much to record the death, which occurred on Tuesday last, of Mrs. May Helen Hamer, the wife of Mr. Percy Hamor. of Glenlyon road, at the early age of 21 years 11 months. On Wednesday at the Church of England, Williamstown, thile wedlding took place of Mr. Roboert Paterson, .governor of the Melbourne Gaol, and ...

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MONEY AND ITS DRAWBACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

MONEY AND ITS DRAWBACKS. Some people 'are left money just in 'he nick of time, and make a good use of it; it is ruinous to others to re ceiv?. money that they have never earned. A good many people would never do any work at all if it were not for the fact that they had to; and so a wise Providence decrees that money shall not come their way except by the sweat of their brow. Old Practitioner: Well. how did you succeed with your first diagnosis? Did you profit by my advice? The Young Doctor: I think I did, sir. I told the patient that he war sulffering from a combination of liver, stomach, heart, lung, and brain trou ble. Old Practitioner: Good! No chance of a mistake there. ()Oncc a man was killed. so the men put. him in a cart and sent an Irish man on ahead to break the news gent ly to his wife. 'The Irishman found the widow in the gard.en, so he said: "Goold nmorn ing, Wildow Burno." Wife: 'Good nmorning, bult I ain't a widow." Irishiuman: 'Ain't you, hegorra, wait till you see wh...

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Steam Roller Question. PUBLIC MEETING HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

Steam Roller Question. PUBLIC 31EETING HELD. A public meeting, convened by the Mayor in accordance with a requisi tion, was held in the Brunswick Town Hall on Thursday night, to discuss the question of the purchase of a steam roller for the municipality from tlhe point, of view of an imported or a lo cally manufactured article. There. was only a fair attendlance. The Mayor (Cr. Millward) presided, and amongst those present were Crs. Fleming. Waxman , A!lard, and Johnu son. The Mlaydr, in opening the meeti;ag,. quoted: the figures for the 'steam ;roller manufaictured by Allchin and Co., 1F ingnld, and that. made by the Aus tral Otis Co., of Methourne, showing that there was a difference of £259 in favior of the imported article. Cr. Wasman moved, "That in view of the great difference in price ho t.neen a locally mianufactured mcclhine andi an imported one, this meeting favors ithe purchase of the lower-priced article.'' The Surveyor had recom menlded the purchase of the Allhhin machi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

S..ON.BAGT.R I N ROAD, BRUNSWICK 8. FRANK .... J N MARCH ELECTRICAL H GLOVE 456 HARTLEY, I CONTRAR = rui.swick's Leading Jeweller, Watchmaker and Optician. Estimates fot House Wiring-re. j eS. Wear the article whileyou are paying for it at 1/-: per week. Your Tailor, Hatter, and Mercer. See his Display. ext o as EYESIGHT Tested FEf Carge. SPEC LES rder, 5/- Cmplete. All inds o Repairs at Shortest Notice. MentionthisPaper and you The Only Address---333-335 Sydney Road, Brnsick You ust now Him. •,Large Stock of Fittings, Shades, &c. IEYESIGHT Tested FR?EE .of Ciarge. SPECTACLES to Order, 5/- Complete. All Kinds of Repairs at Shortest Notice. Mention this Paper and you IThe Only Address--333-335 Sydney Road, Brunswick You Must Know Him. A BOON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. MAR BROS, 331-336 SYDNEY ROAD. (Near Methodist Church) And at 870) Sydney Road. Agent for Suttons. Tobacconists and Hairdressers. pdb [ Tobacco... -- 320, 322, 330, 332 SYDNEY ROAD, BRUNSWICK. Suors,...

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Local Industries of Brunswick and Coburg. Miller's Rope Works. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

,Local ndustries of Brunswick and Coburg. Miller's Rope Works. View of the Brunswick Works. - short way off the main Syvdney road, in Dawson street, just across the Iraiilway line. is 1 row o0f imposing rick building s forming "1 business block all by- theimselves. This is tihe lr'unswi ck house of the extensive rope w orks of Messrs. 3ilo" and Co.. and ithe source of constant elmploiyment for upwardi s of l30 hands. a fiet which causes it to ria:nk high in imnportane auton)gst ori" local industrlies. it vwas ablout five year1s ago that the ii'uns1wick es.aihlishlimeti wais started. •tid sonme ten months o0 so later ithe wo ks were i i-ited by His ExI- eelleney ,ir Thoaius Carmichael (loll lord Ctruichnl). ithen Colvrnor of V\ic iiI. His ExI',,incy. a thoroughly practiial u:u, took the keenest inter ,'- in i t i iispecttion of the maehlineri.v a'tIl otlhr appliances used in all the various brauches of this indtistry, ,.and i: clarch of thie fullest information he 'sked innulerable q...

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