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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 October 1890

BAP1TIS'r CIIUILCII, COBUWRO, Public B fall, fcll-strcet. Mlorningand Evcning. 'astor Weller. )ROSPECTUSi OFP THIE BRUNSWICK - TEIMINA TING PPROPI'RTY' ,. .INVESTIENT 'SOCIETY. t" I -- . its To ':be Registered' under the' Building. 6th Societies' Act. : iv PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS ail a.s< Chomas! Clement, Esq., J.IP.. Sydney road uc Brunswick. - ket .;David.. Morgan, Esq. Stwart sreet gre ,. Brunswick. ": . D. V. cennessy Esq, Bllyth streeto, 'fods- 'of *wick.' .: 1f~ '" " cat E. F. Eviller Esq.; Toreii Clerk,' Brdnsvick 'pre . iid' west', Brunswick?. "' '" ''- . "i :r e D. McDougall,' Esq., Sydney-roa,d Bruns-. th wick.' " ' W. J. ' Myers, Esq., Brunswick-road west, de Brniswick.: :. . ,; dc ,r. Balfe, Esq., Sydney-road, Brunswick. ob J. K. Jennings, isq., Brunswick-road west, is Brunswick.. an J. Hartiett, Esq., Brunswick-road n ;est, f Briinswick. vii C. Rogers, Esq.; Eds'anl-street, Brunswick. to BANKERS : 1e Bank of Newn South W ales, Brunswick co Branch.li SOLICITORS ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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The Coburg Leader. "I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak, impugn it whose list." OCTOBER 1ST, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 October 1890

" I nm in the place Where I am demanded ct conscience to speak the truth, and there fore the truth I speak, impugn it whoso list." OCTOBER ISTr, 890o. CoUNciLLOR VINCENT deserves com mendation for the steady persistency with which he forces' upon his col leagues at. the civic board.the neces sity of a further loan being floated for the purpose of carrying out permanent works and undertakings in the shire. Our municipal fathers display amani fest shyness in' following the footsteps and treading in the paths of sister municipalities; who have floated loan after loan and p;rospered 'accordingly. In all parts:bf the colony it' has been found absolutely necessary ,to raise moneyýin ::this- direction, -and: why Coburgslihouild be?at all. backward iiin this resp?ect ,s certaiinly unanswerable. Assuredly the,,ordinary revenue of the shire, : though steadily: increasing, is altogetbermnadequate. toiallow' of the construction"'- an d' carrying out of works essentially necessary; 'indeed it is...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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THE BOARD OF WORKS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 October 1890

:THE BOARD OFiAWORKS , The -Metropolitan "Board 'of Works; Bill is practically out of thl iood or'far as the Legislative: Asseably;:,is: con cerned. Great iriteresit'«h taken in the: proceedings on Thursday. Mr. Turner' cobntinutd his speech 'in inoving that the; board 'sho?ld conistiruct all' drains;,iiinin and subsidiary, instead ,of :merely the, main dirains, as provided ii'' the'bill. He found the House favrrable biut the' Premier said that .the Government must stand by the bill, which had been agreed tb'o by 'the:'conference of inunicipelities. He foresaw the adoption of the amiend ment, andLknew, that if it were, carried the `Government would ha ve to abandon" thie demand' for.£8OO 0'OO n faeou to"f liquidated Yan Yean loans. Mr. Auioio ýupported Mr. Turner, and'poiiited 'but h?ow ,ncesary it was ii hle iinterests of hbalth t??tat the drainage should be-car ried ,ut by one iauthority to ensure effectiveness. Mr. Zox, Mr. Stuart and, Mi,. G. D."Carter, though 'city 'mem bers, a...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. CRICKET MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 October 1890

SPORTS AND PASTIMviES. CRICKET MEMS. It is intended.to form an association: of junior cricket idubs, to promote the interests of the sport by arranging matches between the various suburbs and also between the principal metro politan clubs and the principal country towns. For this purpose a meeting will be held on Tuesday, 7th October, at Elliott's Hotel, Bourke-street, to whlch clubs of all grades, who are interested in the objects ot the associa tion and wish to join, are invited to send a lelegate. On Saturday afternoon the cricket season will be once more seriously en tered into, and competition for the various trophies promises to be ex ceedingly close. TL'e Coburg cricketers will be pitted against opponents of con siderable prowess in the Malvern Cricket Club on the recreation reserve, and, if rumor is correct, will find the struggle for supremacy at the 'outset a very stiff one. Great interest is being manifested in the approaching meeting of the rivals, and doubtless thele wi...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FUNNIOSITIES. We Pause For a Reply. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 October 1890

S FUNNIOSITIES,, SWe Pause For Reply. How oianthey grow the pillow-slip : In the midst of a feather-bed, And how can a horee-fly over a ahip I Or an ink stand on its head ? , . How can 'a wheel-barrow anything, " And when does a butter-fly? W tl the I arden rake itself next eprine We pause for a reply. Does the apple.sruce the canvas hack, Or thecurrant-jell out lood - . . Does the raspherry-jdm the'hasty snack,'. While the peach-preserves the crowd And what will the homeless oyster-stew , SWhen the seas have all goie dry t ' These things concern both me (and) nn We pause for a reply." ' '' I - ' E.rrAn for an actor-" Played out." "'Moloro for a young man starting a mor. satacher-" Down in front." TRIRE can never be' any objection to 'a cigar manufacturer puffing his own goods. 'Or all sad words by writer penned, . SThe saddest are these: "No.Dividend." PomCEmNre: "H'1w does my new clib'strile youa?" Vagrant '".e I's atunning." 'Ei l(tenderly): 'May I see you pretty soon, She (repro...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Brilliants. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 October 1890

Despotism can no more exist in a nation until the liberty of the press is destroyed, than the night can happen before the sun is set.-Colton. A man who gives his children habits of in ' d?stry provides for them better than by -giving them a fortune.-Whateley. Resignation casts a grave but tranquil light over the prospects of even a toilsome and troubled life.-Humboldt. Order is the sanity of the mind, the health of the body, the peace of the city, the security of the State.-Southey. Lying is the production either of malice, cowardice or vanity; and generally mnisses of its aim in every one of these viewse.-Cheterfield. Reflect upon a clear, unblotted, acquitted conscience, and feed upon the ineffable comforts of the memorial of a conquered temptation.-South. Every man, however humble his station or publio his powers, exercises some in. fluence on those who are about him for good or for evil.-Sedgwick. Under God's protection men stand secure in the midst of trials; they may be op. pr...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Noveli[?]t. The Mystery of the Inn; OR, THE DISCOVERY IN THE HIDDEN CHAMBER. A STORY OF TREACHERY, CRIME, AND REMORSE. PART III. RETRIBUTION. CHAPTER XVII. STRANGE GUESTS. SEPTEMBER 29, 1791. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 October 1890

Novelist. The Mystery of the Inn; Or, THE DISCOVERY IN THE HIDDEN. CHAMBER. A STORY OF TREACHERY, CRIME, AND REMORSE.       By Anna Catharine Green       Author of " The Leavenworth Case," ''Behind Closed Doors," etc.   PART III. RETRIBUTION CHAPTER XVII. STRANGE GUESTS.   September 29, 1791.   Two excitements to-day. First, the appearance at my doors of the person of whose coming was advised by Mr.   Tamworth. He came in his own car- riage, and is a meagre, hatchet-faced man, whose eye makes me restless, but has not succeeded in making me lose my self-possession. He stayed three hours, all of which he made me spend with him to the oak parlor, and when he had finished with me and got my signature to a long and complicated affidavit, I felt that I would rather sell the the house and flee the place than go through such another experience. Happily it is like...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 October 1890

NEWS AND NOTES.' The annual :inspcction of the:shire.will take place on the 28th inst. ,On and after the 8th inst. the?a grocers of Coburg %yill close. regularly every Wred neslay afternoon at one o'clock. ;r . The necelsity of a fire plug in Main -street was brought forward by Cr. Jukes on, )lon dayS, evening anrid instructions were given to the engineer to have the work carried out. A ,grad concert in connection with the Coburg State School' will be given in the Public Hall to-morrow evening, when several well known and leading vocalists will ap pear. It w'as ,decidcd at the Coburg Council on' Montday evening, oin the motion of Cr. Voice, that steps be atl:en by the rate collector and valuator to at once proceed with the whole of the v'luation of the shire. C? r. Fischer.' referrd to the manner in. wlhicih snnmber of newly-laid asploilt foot-s paths were breaking up in the shire at the council on Mondaiy evening, and moved that the engineer report on the cause, stating wlhether it...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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RANDOM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 1 October 1890

RANDOM , NOTES. 1Mr.' F. A:' Buckley `has been ap1pointedI t govst nicl?tt, :auiditor f-i,. Brunswick 'and n Coburn .: A hliors?yiateil at £1 wias stolen fron th i stables eof tlie 'thicix inotel during the night a of fhe lg1th nit. q The mnatter has been re ported t: theb police. The Cihurg lrias n i non T ulirsday evend . inl 'rtve :"to ginl olpe-n air concert on the vae;lai,t ildk of" lut.tt oplpisite the Coburg Hotel, the jirrlogaine con;i.ting of it varied -clectiicun ;f in?irtnent?; al music. A conftleiit: betweent the kEsselldun arll Irunswick couiteil.s will be held niext Friday, when the cnsLitretiont of the two bridges "at Victoriii antl Albion streets, provided for on thi new- loan estimates. will be.discusseld. In consei encuiie of the explirtion of his ltnic.a Mr. 1W. Linght has determined to lispoual:tuf his musical rcipository and fancy goo.s bunsiness. and the whole stock-in-trade Wil ihe offered for sale by Messrs. Ferguson and Co. on the prenises., Sydney-road, on ...

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Degrees in Crime. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

)Degrees in Crime. If you should steal a million g, Iden sove reigns in a lump, The people would regard you as a genius and a trump.-: If you secude but half the pile, a" shortage" - l: that would be, Whereas a somewhat less amount would be "insolvency." To steal, a tiny, paltry sum would give them; the belief That you were a dishonest man, a robber and 'a thief. . But if you steal a lost of: bread, whereby your life is saved, They'll put, you into prison with the totally depraved. ,i I

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The Emperor Frederick's Resting Place. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

T'he Emperor Fredcerick's. iRestint PIlace. The mausoleum of the Emperor Frederick is completed externally, witn the exception "of the copper roof of the cupola. In the in Steriir the stone masons and sculptors' are still at work. Tih' decorations of the interior are very rich, and carried out entirely In light.gray Sdlesian sand stones. The sober I color of this is only interrupted by the polished dark-green Syenite pillars. As a finish to the arch which spans the opening I of the altar niche, a beautifully formed Ee I cutchern has eern chosen. over which the I imperial eagle scars with out-.pread wings. This, is flanked on bkth sides by figures of angels hulding religious symbWl in their hands. The epandrels of the upper gallery are adorned with cherubs. Within the last few weeks tie Emperor's consent has been giveb to tboe carrying out of the mosaic in the cupola and on the ceiling of the altar sp:ce. The designs for the mosaics were worked out by Professor Ewald, after early Chr...

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Cigarettes. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

Ci;:arettes. Here is what the eminent Sir Morell Mackenzie says about cigarette smoking; "Like tippling, the effect of cigarette smox ing is cumulative; and the slight but con etant abiorption of tobacco juice and smoke; Smakes the practice far more noxious in the long run than any other form of smoking. Cij'irett semokers, those at least who inhale the smoke, are often in a state of chronic ,narcotic poisoning, and though the process may be slow, there can be little doubt that it is sure. Even if it does not kill the body, it too often kills or greatly impairs the vio. tim's working efficiency :and usefulness in life. TTho local effecte of cigarettes in the mouth must also be taken into account by those. whose work lies in the direction of public speech. The white spots on the tongue and inside the cheeks. known as 'smokers' patches,' are believed by some doctors with special experience to be more common in devotees of the cigarette than in other smokers. "This unhealthy condition ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To Get a Beautiful Skin. How to Get Rid of Black Specks on the Face. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

. ToGet ?a B;cautiful Skin. How to Get Rid of lack Specks on the SFace. :* . The plaincd teieaturie become pretty when clothed:with a fresh, velvety skin. It is in the power of every woman to have a soft, fine "skin, thus adding much to her charms, if she will devote a .little time and care to her toilet. It heou'd be a duty as well as a pleasure to every woman to enhance the powers of attrcrlvenees. Ferst of all, one must heep the face from those unsightly black heads or grubs. Bathe the face in Lot water; rub on a little oil and then take an old-fashioned watch key and pry out all the large ones. Afterwards. rub. on . cream or any soothing ointment. In the morning there will beano trade of the xed ness. Tohavea clear skin it is essential to keep the digestive organs in good order and sleep as much as poecible. Sleep will do more to preserve the freshness of youth than any other one thing. At night wash the face in warm water-never use hot-using soap freely to remove the du t of th...

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STATE SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

STATE SCHOOL CONCERT. The public hall, Bell-street, was literally thronged on Thursday evening last, when a concert was held in connec tion with the Coburg State school. Apart from the fact that interest is always at tached to a State school enter?ainment, an additional incentive for the large gathering which assembled was the ex cellence of the programme arranged, and certainly everyone had the oppor tunity of enjoying a thoroughly good musical evening. Thanks to the energy, of the headmaster, .Mr .iM: G::Man chester, assisted by M r. C: Tiburne, who acted as conducItni, the' arrange ments made were thoroughly complete, and everything passed off as .pleaisantly as could well he desired. Proceedings commenced with a liano forte trio hy Mrs. Walker, M"1isi'tRolland and Mr. Wateon, whicFserve d wells .a criterion of the excellency of that which was to follow: Mr. W. Wilmot s'su tamned his well-known reptitatinri in the favrit=rt'! Old lr:; aii?. l Iiss Ada' "Bl;xham was in excellent v...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Recipes. POTATO BALLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

IRecipes. POTATO.DALLS. . Press cold mashed potatoes into balls .with the hands, lay in 'a tin or bettered paper'; make an impression in. thq. centre of the top ol each ; place in it a bit of butter; pour a halflteaspoonful of milk: on rtop o61 this;' sprinkle over all pepper and salt, and bake to a delicate browini'abelt oven. I . i e ii .m . . ii Beat four eggs with a tea cupof sugar, add half, a pound of. butter, two, tableepoons of flour and a pint of milk; mix well and pour Sover a pint of hoiling, milk, stir: until cool, flavor with extract of %anilla. Bake in deep pans lined with riCh "'creut. '. 'rmIEDo cAtiES. ' Two cups of aweet.i-ilk, oonecup of brown Ssugar, one-half cup of lard, two e??s, three aeaspoonlule of bakirg konvder:' Salt" iiad I nuimeg.. Use flour.enoughbtoroll out a soft dough. Cut out and fry inb hot lard. Sift nowdered sugar over' th'em'wiild'hdt. Two cups of sugar, Iqro cups of four, one-, bhaf cup of butter, one-hall cupolf sweet milk, whites of five ego...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXCISE PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

EXCISE PROSECUTION. 1 A military looking young man named Guy Vernon, clad in the uniform of the mon ted rifles, appeared before the Coburg Court on Tuesday charged with having an unlice, sed billiard table in his possession, and also for selling lobacco without a licence. Mr. O'Connor, chief officer of excise, prosecuted, and stated that the informa tion was laid by Constable Adams under the Customs and Excise and Licensing Acts respectively. Complaints had been made about the house being kept open until the small hours of Sunday mornining, and the offences charged were alleged to have been committed on the night of the 25th July. Walter Fruscher, an employee of the tram company, stated that lie know de fendant, who was the proprietor of a coffee palace at Coburg. On the 25th July he played a game of billiards at the house and won. The loser paid Vernon for the use of the table, and when questioned by Constable Adams after leaving, about 8.30, gave informa tion to this effect. Willi...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Three Points in the Care of the Sick. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

-l1rce iPolnt ,in'tlaieCjarc of 'tile I inr severe caee of' bdel and' stomach tryuirlnit "i''oft. n dillicnlt'to finda food that can be retained in, the, tomach long enough to nourish the patient, or that does not act ,ad an irr'ial NiNow'" there 'is" something cs'led niittorn custard which isnboth healing 'and nourishing.,. It has, been used in most icritical cases with the gratifying iesults. STie mateirials'of which' it is made are one q~'it of'mnilk, two ouncescof mutton suet, a Istick of cinnamon about five inches lone, and I I 'oiie tblespoonful of flour. The suet must he Ifrom the kidneysa; sweet and free from all tough membrane. Shred it very fine and put i it in the double boiler, with the ciineamon and milk, reserving, however, a 'ill of I:the old milk. Cook for one hour and then strail. I lReturn to the double boiler and place on th I fire. Now mix the coll minoi with the fl rir, and stir into the hot mixture. Cookfor ten i minutes. Give the patient as much of this I as h...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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CRUELTY TO A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

CRUELTY TO A HORSE. Anotler case under tho Act for the Prevention of'Cruelty to Animals came under the notice.'of, tle' Brunswick court on -Wednesday, when John ' Bricn and Tlhotiias Taylor were pro eceded against, the former for using and the latte'r, for, permitting., to be used a ihorses :ulder licircumstances : involving cruelty. Constable Mahoney wias the prosecutor, and'stated that on the' 26tli ult. he observed 'O Briici::iriving aT lihrse attacled " toia drayalong Lygoni-street, and on inahking an inspection found the animal suffering from three large 6ounds onl thel shoulders. ;. Senior-Constable Deaconi'ga??siuiular evidence and stated that the mandiilformed him his' employer w as iiarccf tlih,,nimals condition. Taylor pleaded that the dray was empty and that sinice the offence bhihad taken' every. care of- tle aInmnal.. A fine of. 20s.-with 21s. costs was imposed in each case.

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THE HOME. Hard Food Makes Hard, Firm Teeth. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

< `fit THEHOME. 'll.irtq Food lakes lard, Firm .-Tlae llw'of d`eteribr?ton tr( m disuse ot a'i?i ithe ti thl, n' well a, with ntner tnncit16 a'n:ovc o atpr"ond regular usne of thenipIni etice glar fued tends teo make thern dointitally ?r?w'htirldr anti stronger, and better able to resist the itl.luences that malke for d-cay, while on the othi.r h*,l?c . living ot soft food i a*i l It, gltl t if in-It LIc .tion make?" llte?t.cr t?er. oflt Ius the enatel, and. reiueptl, ut easn si, couet putcble to cor roding Iff cts. This is naOmetotnes ep( eoially shown in the c?ao of people after a long "illhbis, who tind iteir teeth tender and sore when they begin to return to a diet of solid, hard food. A dentist speaking on,thib sub jebt says : Somne men have healthy teeth all their, lives because they were given good, hard food during infancy. That is the period to begin to save the teeth. :Mothers and nurses give children soft food, utterly ignorant in many cases of the result. Crus...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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MORE PROSECUTIONS OF BAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

MORE PROSECUTIONS OF BAKERS. At the Brunswick Court on Wed nesday last two bakers nained James Allen and A. C. Keith were proceeded against by AIr. Jas. Peverill, an oflicer of the Brunswick Council, for .selling bread containing alum. A?r.: Neave prosecuted, and both' defenfdants con: ducted their owrn cases. From the evide'ice of AIr. Peverill it appeared tha'ton 'the zird August, he, in company with Inspector Clarke, purchased bread from the?whole of ihe bakers in the,, district,,,including; the: drivers for defendants, and those pro-, secuted last, week: . Following- the usual custom he divided each. loaf into three paris,.. forwarded a.th'ird to the public analyst, MIr. Dunn, gave another portion to the, drivers, and, retained the-remaining portion for the court. Mr. Dunn stated that he hadasub ?itted. tlieSamples foirwardled to him fo?analysis''and fountil~ti:' t Allen's~ bread contaiined :o grains of aluim tb the -11b. loaf, whilst ini thait'f Reith's he discovered l._grains....

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