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

Artificial Pearls. The jindlui.try af alu acturing ar tilicidal learls hias i( elolhjed enior-* . liiiil?l y of 1:.1" I7 ar- . both in ex t.-int altl in the r, na ri.al-lei degree 0l • - ' l " '" i... , :. tTrCetion (I ih thep smiiilnucra 0, th,, n,.turatl go,,n have ttlained i"sating>?: of them nlnl'st dfornist e ing detctioi: slavei undlcr the close .scrui ii;y of:the - keenest, experts. Henlo ce.ncs an accout of t:le met dsi emllo edl in their m akitn g as :de: scribedl in "Les .Annales e: is ceed:' ingly interesting. The simplest forns are u~itfornilyfo spherical and are .merely glass balls hb own iiy mneaiis of tubies oi v ary ing sizes. More ingenious a:nd miore natural-looking are the irregular pearls or jierles goitrenses. To pro: duce these the worimnan somietimes mierely touches the Iall mo?meintarily with tile end of Jl. red-ihot t,?be; thus melting the ghlass it the ipoint of contacL nnd drawing it out regu larly. In othei :cases lie touch~.e one spot or ?nother of th...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The £.s.d. of Money in Gt. Britain. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

The ,..s.d. of Money in Gt. Britain. The standard coin is the sovereign. It iS not` easy to nmanke a false for a real sovereign if any care is exer cised at all. The ring of the true coin is hard to mistake, and the weight of it is impossible to mis judge. ' The last tests which the sovereign undergoes at .the Mint before it is issued arethe weight and. sound of -it. The weight is tested by a won derful automatic machine. The coins are pushed' along' one after the other, and those which are too light drop down i;one hole,; thiose w-hich are too hea?y drop down a seconid liole, and those whlich are exactly true weight drop dom a nthird hole, ' -These latter are then ready for souild testing. This is done by a workman who is seated iin -a glass sound-proof office. In front of hini he has an object, like aut anvil, On either side of him he lias piles of sovereigns, antl he hangs these or? the nanvil,: one after. .the other. keeping up -a continuous fire. The mo nient he hears a discord...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Promising Bowler. To the Editor of "The Brunswick and Coburg Leader." [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

A Promising Bowler. To the Editor of 'The Brunswick and Coburg Leader." Sir,-1 wish through the coluumns of your paper to draw the attention of the Brunswick cricketing authorities to the performances of one. Josel)n,1 O'B3rien, a Brunswick lad, itu years of age, who plays for the hla Oras in a hard wicket' competition. 3Mainlt due to O'Brien's fine bowling the team has had a very successful season (it pilays off for the premiership next Saturdavy. tle (O'Brien) has, up to the present taken the enormous number of 10(9 wickets for 387 runs, and has only piayed in 14 matches. If O'Brien were to be put under a capable coach I "en ture to say he would be in the Vic torian Eleven in less than five. years. H-te has every physical advantage for turning out a clTmpion. I contend. Sir, that it is Brunswick's duty to get him to practise with them, but though they have been told about him, no no tice is taken about it. Several teams, who play in. a matting competition have been after him all t...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Powerful Guns. EXCLUSIVE FACTS ABOUT OUR LATEST WARSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

-- =, m I t_ Powerful Guns. EXCLU\I IE IA'T(:'I'S AIIT 0I ! UI LATES'T W.\lmlll['. W\hen the rej ort up1u tihe teww .,annese 1 lin. guns was rrecixed, BIritish experts conclhided hat na limnit to the size of mditiern artil lery htad been reachedl. Ilut the limit in this direction is lv no itteatns in sight, for the hattleship that xill coostitute a noval record -Il. .-.8. Warrspiie, which is building in I!e\ 1pnl1ort liockyard-will ounolirt ]1 il. gun11s. 'IThese great weapolions will be t.he largest aId mLost powerful guns in thei world, no other nation, with the exceltioIn of .Japtan .ha'ing artillery ixith a greater calibre . than- 3.51 :iven Germ?l?any, after all her expen-: diture,. cannnot b'hist. of guns of. : such i imense i... hlhese noiister pii~-es liy-a: a range::: ni twenty ?iles:i thr·,onag ig projectil. -!x:efJhi.g: -.I ?hb1 hut -th; eir arn!,ouC i-ercing power. d,:lii Id to abut one- (jitl tet?h?ht dist'tnce "gainsC 1', ictl p1 rotcttiolia ts::-. SA,? ite??ieresting-...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Dietary of To-day. SOME OF ITS DEFECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

?ii:The Dietary of To-day. I SOME OF ITS EFI' LTS.T :TIr. James Oliver, writin e -lritish ledieatl Jourial" .say?:: -In consequence of mnan-.: y:.- ut1 desirable _innovations in the t matter of sonme of the most important- of our foodstutrs, derangrements 'ittri butable wholelv to our~dietary; 're on the increases and itrslibiecoig more and.l more 1ili ot r i o?? o uri profes.-on- .Iot onli to:; co? . at those r.dabnhgpznents but tto treat d iseases geio?er.ly on so n,-.s ui:?[ en tifc.8 'Pi s o> " inie - i as 'a yien. thit 115 i:f ron? rhcinm- our biiand ia s maide~ ctin iiinied: all' the .-eseii al eleuients of it n 1 liy h er, 1iina oix these cessential :..-ele me?!ts: 'iare either abstrcted .or- so altered br the :.roller process ofH?milining the' - :heat, that bread ndie. frdom v'h- i??it flour is no longer the complete: r .tion that it used .:to;le:ie;.. M?et r oxer, quite recently there hits spr{ungi up the. pernicious praetctice'i.'o.: l i jpeting flour wshicw iifould i ....

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fortunes Made by Jockeys [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

Fortunes Made by Jockeys -----+--- Duringo the hearing of the racing 1 libel suit before Mr. Justice Darl ing in the Lord Chief. Justice's Court it was stated that Mr. Frank Wootton, the jockey, had ridden in '1 no fewer than 3,0W00 races, and I that he received the sum of £500 l for winning the Cesarewitch. it h was also stated that he had £831,000 invested in Australia. SWell-known jockeys made large in conies, anll when ''oin Loates died -omne time ago he l:ft estate which was valued for probate at £741.:3'! gross- the largest fortune ever anissed by a riding crack. 1I IRetaining fees and presents repre- t sent. the jockey's greatest source of e wealth, , and it is interestinig to know that Tom Cantinon received no less i than Z£15;,000, paid in advance, for ( irst. claiim oil his services for a termu of three years by the late .-ir. 11aird. Tod Sloan, the American .joIckey. ,was said to have saved over £10.0,000 out of his riding fees: and retainers. e which huge sumii:he isi -r...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Four-mile Tunnel. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

A Four-mile Tunnel. ------- --+ The Mont. dl)r, Ituinel between France and Switzerlindl, on which horing operations helgan nearly three years aLgo was piercedCC a. few days. ago. At half-past seven in the evenring the two horingy gangs lhich had been atdvanciiig, fromi thei Swiss the .'rench sides imet and shook hands, and nl ii; is J?iini( thiat the enginem ,drs lid , caku:ililaft. thli cutting with the.. g;ren'cst ~ ccirrcvy. le: htunnel, *ihich is il 1res$lang,,8 Sbores thiurouighi the turaln in fromi Frasre t6 \aUlrbe; thus ob viating 'anit lWon.yinm detour by Piontarlie ncr-: d a shoullia r be pierced. tio mo&nth rigo Ethe blrk, *hoiwevirn is de'sc' d h:iy:; . hthe ,.tFap •ping. of i :rmnrnlerl'?f nsnspected springs hic ad eenp e ry. The l outiriu?^o^f arat one time e jis:,hop^edC to,,oiJnp?,ib[he i::iwti?nmi early: 0next ecar ;Iht lnebt lreai vwil -mng4i i eheSi nter i ?sorts f t: YE uran ontai iiTiony L. ..on.don ' f .it^®..

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Another War Terror. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

Another War Terror. ------4------ Siginor Ulivi, an Jtalian, professes to ]Iaye inventedl a machine which, if his claim can be rubstantiated, willladd u amther horror o ar fauir exceeding anything hitherlo invent ed. Accor.:ing to his statement, thie maichi!ie projects to any distance rays, dlesignatecd as "'"' rays, which.. have th- power of causing electric slpnrs ulpon all mntallic objects with \\hic.h they come in cont;ct. Should the "F" rays he dirccted upon a battleship, the electric siarks occurichg in the magnzines cause the expilsiou of the ;mullnllni tion. It would be the sa;ne with powder niagazines, ammunition wag gons, hloaded guns, or any thing else containing exlohsin5es. Signor Ulivi give the follow ing naccount of his first. ,racticcl cXlcriment : "' One evening I t1hougFht of projecting the F , ' rays against the g.s-incter. I did. so, and the meter bllo up. My laboratory was destroyed, and I es caped Iv a iirncle. From that time I iimade further experiments in a s...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Romance of London Water [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

Romance of London Water ---------- It is just three centuries ago that the watr uf the New liier was turned intoi the coniI)any'S reservoir at Clerkenwell. The four years' la lour. backedl by the enterprise and faith of Sir Hugh MAyddelton, brought water to L.ondou through %\ )tiloe pipes ud to0 L.,ollloneIers' hlirstes lIv siai .ll Ileadr pi p iles. Jltl like ilauy great iniveiitors, he was allniost ruiedl ii ctilrryinig out lris idtlca. arind never gainled a farthing from the New Iiver C('olll)pany, which· Iaidi no dividlend lduring his life time. It is the fate of the artist whose picture, given in payment of a tavern bill, is priced at thou sands nfter his death. Myddelton, if he still notes mundane matters, must be glad. that his company promotion ended ih usefulness aud profit. A single £5 original share in the New River Company would bring its owner to-day a fortune of something like £100,000 1

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Blood Will Tell. AN EXCITING DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

Blood Will Toll. -------+-- AN EXCI'I'TNG DISCOVERY. A discovery concerning the char acteristics of Iblood which has been ina(l by Dr. 1. T. Reichert, promises , to revolutionise many thi/ngs. ]For instance, it iavy ren der the mlulrderer easy of detection, and the di\-orce rittddle, where there are children, eas" of solution. Un til now there has been no absolhte ly reliable method of distinguish ing the bIlo-d stains of man. ani mral, bird, or reptile, ibut now we are assurled the dilfference can he shown even between the blood stains of nlull.and i1an i We are told by Mr. A. St. (:eorge .1 oyc~e, to whom we nine inlebted for our report, that Doctor lIei chert, in his expriments, has been able to differentiate between the blood of various human I-eings, to an extent that he has actually dis covered a difference in the shape of blood crystals of one ma1:11 :s comipared with those of anotlher. But his research \worlk has not yet been developed to the point where this dilTerultiation...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Picking Pockets. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

Picking Pockets. The Bishop of Worcester told a capital story the other day in con- t nection with the efforts of the Church in that part of the countiry to alleviate the lot of the hoppers. " One of the workers who had gone n down to tile hop-fiehlis to assist met a dilapidated individual in a coun- 0 try land, who, in response to a lquestion, said he was a pipker. This w did not convey muchh to the inquirer s1 and he pursued the subject. The li hop-picker readily responded. tie I said : "In the sununer months ti picks peus and fruit ; then when ua autulum. colteS round- I picks hops; and in the winter, when the wea- I thier's (lull, I picks pockets. Then, when I'Im caught 1 picks oakulm. I'mI kept nice and warmn during the cohl Ilmonths, and then, when the a1 uice days come roundl again., I start L. pea-lcking, and so on afresh." w A traiu slowed up at a busy p4 country station, and a mlan was tl seen to put his head excitedly out sl of the window of a third-class canr- u riage. o...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Biblical Town Located. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

Biblical Town Located. P+lroess;r Sclling, tihe .excavator of 'Jericho , "litis acrlieved n, "ewy tri U(flhlli ,I. th . loaloi O the is ,'iiieigli cit:, u:io d;if thh lee-hich is ass ed , in . the.. i th "-th ;namze~s- of A .:'.??bral mhaz.i,.gT~c'55,tV: afld? oseph iRiand v.. the : ?capaldif lKing Jeioboim ~ ~ ~ i T'tl4t~~lesit .t'5 ?) Shechii,]i~mh as> 'bee eii?'i&,mat te r. o dodpu , rofessr. ..Shi locaited- it 1 mu SnJataaSsh'ohc r d?ance td egoe t. th modernt to wn' f- - hius' -. ust?-.re tites allia tid ceotly de.iit? , -.i~the --, s is .i t..,o ~pr.ovli?:hiiz-Ium ei f' :,--.iO~qbe-.-right------ -?].Ix ,'co-t' ,·,-of th.- 'Vien n cade! -S o iene re'enl ed. gr, eas.?;?r- lra ll si:t a ?rin no S-r-in nterior- to- thea"del encese: uneirted r l - in-:ty t ;Jertcho Both wi ills ' "en d in.n?l o erf s/:-.:.en o :~r whcl iar. ceram ic . :re h cs . e e found ": : the :: dce posits :d?tigi ft: ota " C titis -i ;:p Sree: tt .? -the. etent; iiofti: ruins :pro\·es Sliecsliceni ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
His Grace Ungracious. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

His Grace: Ungracious. ; ' " Not without' didiculty, the yonag Ouke of K,7ightshr.!dge- faurnlrurl know n -as tlie, "Niight ;an in? t ihation to lunnhe at the . corn fvsXoud hs h o idw eliu-?ppozi ted- - ea stare:'- . "::.i_ i ?:(.;::i{.:! (unlce of )i:r loItall-hu'her, tliesoap LEmperor '.o --nards the end of the nidal the .genial soap emiper or grew more rpieand more dpress " ot one of hi~s f reasr es hd ci oked the faint est flicker of ducal appio li In a is enzv of desp-iii:,K.R11 asher plai ed his ti ump card, -somec price less Napoleoni braudz,, declared by tme greatest connoisseursd to be the finest liqueur that cer a gourmet could desire. Unaule to contain hmnisell lunger, old flasher bent act obs the table ii th bulging e~ es "What do 3 on think om this I)randi, Duke"?" he 'isked, with,.Lreunulous genmalit1 "Not had, ch 9" The "N ighit-bir(I slighitly opened one e e, steadied his monocle, and favioured his host wGitk a blank stare. "Er no --not oer he languidly replied

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. BRUNSWICK V. GEELONG. BRUNSWICK WINS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

CRICKET. SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. BRUNSWICKi V. OEELONG. BRUNSWICK WINS. Geelofig, who had the worst of the luok in having to bat on a soft wicket at Brunswick, put up a plucky fight in making 139 in response to their opponents' '184. Orchard played a sound innings for 58 (four 4 s), and was out to a brilliant catch, low down, by Green at mid-on. Baker (25) was batting nicely when he played McKen zio on. Excepting Eason (14) and Field (11). none of the other batsmen made any stand. The veteran O'Lough lin bowhld splendidly, his four wickets costing only 21 runs. Hyett kept wickets well, and the fielding general Iy was good. Having rolled the wick et, Brunswick comnnenced their se cond innings at ten minutes to five o'clock, and were all out two minutes past six for 95 the only batsmen to reach double figures being Green (26, two 4's) and Dowling (25, throe 4's). Eason was in fine form, securing seven for 42 off 12 overs. McKeonzie hit him for 6. Johnson, at midwicket, caught Hogg left-...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
APPLE AND SAGO PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

APPL AMND SAGO PlJDDING. ih fine sago, 14b currants, G cooking apples 1 oz. butter,. 2 ozs castor sugar, hali a lemon. Method- Put the sago into a sten pan i Ith o cupiuls of cold n ater, and boil till the ago be conies transparent, stfrring all the time; next add thC thin imd of hlft a lemon, the currants, and the sugni Butter, a pie qdish, put in the apples (previousl v'eeled, cored and slhed), und pour oor these the sogo preparation rPut the rentain der of huttez in small 11ts on the top, and bake until r the apples are tender Serve~ wutt a~ good cus-j tald.I :'~S~Q';T"'

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COBURG V. PORT MELBOURNE. AN INNINGS DEFEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

COBURG V. PORT MELBOURNE. AN INNINGS DEFEAT. When stumps were drawn on the previous Saturday things did .not elook in the least bright for Coburg at the Coburg ground, and the utmost that could have been hoped for was to save the four-point defeat. Port Melbourne had made 272. of which 72 were from Sid. Andeison's hat. There are some who think that Askew's slows (which pr-ovd immediately effective in An ttlerson's c:lase) miight have been tried with advantage earlier in the innings. Coburg then lost three wickets for 10 Irun~s. On resuming on Saturday Les. Ifruntington and Askew were partners, and the latter batted well and scored freely. He lost his partner caught off . MlcColl. the legality of whose deli verics :apipea-ed to be strongly ques :iond. for 9. Strnks followed, and u:ayinig forward at B. McLteed, was easily caught in the slips by Rade-I macwher. The skipper out for a duck was not lively, and C. Dougherty went I. but after playing carefully for a rinu. played clean over ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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CURRANT MARMALADE PUDDING [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

CURRANT MLATMAL U)E~ liIUDDIG 4 ots. lread crumbs 4 ozs suet,: 2: ozs. sugar, 4 ots. nrmaualade, 4 i ozs. currants,, 2. ozs. flour eg's, 4 teacupful milk Method.-Mix all the ingerdients a together - grease ra pudding 'basin. or mould w\ith butter and dust r ith Ssugnr. -Put in th. mixture, cover , with greaised paper, and steaum 3' hours.' , - - 4

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Second Elevens COBURG V. PORT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

Second Elevens COBURG V. POR.T MELBOURNE. Coburg (eight for o. declared clos ed) v. Port Melbourne (153 and five tor S78), at Port. Melbourne, was noon Jy Coburg on the first. innings by 72 runs. For the winners Booth (112, 16 4s) played faultlessly in the earlier stages of his innings. ite and Jack son (35) added 100 for the second wick et. Kennedy (35), Hosic (31 not out), Alexander (11 not out), and Normanl t1l) also batted well. Smith (two for 27) and Hodgetts (two for 61) receiv ed poor support from the Port's fields men. Moss (20), Smith (18), and Craig (17) were the chief scorers in the locals' second innings. Kennedy (two for 19) and Oliver (two for 22) took tho wickets.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CURRANT MARMALADE PUDDING [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

OURRA N'1 3MAll1ALAl)E PUDDING :4 ozs. bread crumnbs, 4 ozs. suet, 4ozs sugar, 4 ozs. marmalade, 4 .ozs0 currants, 2 ozs. flour, 2 eggs, . teacupful milk. Method.--Mix all the ingredients Itogether ; grease a lpudding basin ori mould \with butter und dust with sugar. 'ut in the mixture, co\ er with greased paper, .and i stcamu 3 hours.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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V.J.C.A. First Grade. BRUNSWICK CITY V. PRESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

V.I.C.A. First Grade. BRUNSWICK CITY V. PR.ESTON. The match w-as continued on Satur day. On the previous Saturday Pres ton had made 195 and Brunswick City had lost. three wickets for 50 runs. Madden (4) and Bridges (40) resumed batting. After adding 3 to his score Bridges hit the ball on. Madden batted nicely for 35 and Peter O'Loughlin made a useful 19. Blun den bowled well and finished with seven wickets for 55 runs. Preston opened their second innings badly, eight wickets falling "for ti9, when F'yfe and Sykes became associated and -,,ey added 70 runs for the next wick et.. O'Loughlin troubled the batsnmen, and after having taken four for 34 he was taken off and the mistike help ed the Preston to make a fairly good score, as he was bowling finely. Mc Shane (two for 11), Chandler (two for 19) also bowled well. Preston: First Innings. W. Fyfe, b McShano ......... 6 E. Nankervis, st Madden, h O'Loughlin.. .. ............3 G. Sykes, b Deipenau ........ 40 IP. Ogden, c Kemp, b Deipena...

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