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SOME LEADING QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

7bSOME3 LEADING QUESTIONS. A 'young an ho' looked as if he had a: heap of things ohili''minid, brt who'struggled hard tdo appear 'outwardly calm,.put a five-, dollar bill on the desk of a Detroit'lawyer the other day andsnaid:?:::,a. . i . ..... -" L-wanit to -asklyou a, fw leading ques d ". Go hhcad,,',,was the reply, as the money wasiquickly)thrust out of sight. ,," Iff I mnengged td a girl and go back on her iYah£acan she'do? . '"Siue?oufor breachl6of prominise." "But if she goes'liibakon me, what can I i' Huntupi another." 'i "Um 1 Suppose I have presented her with a 2dol:fan; a pair.of bracelets, a parasol, and airing;?'t!.' I.: " -r ":'Then she's so mnch ahead." tIfI belie:e. that' her:" infatuationi for anotler is buf passing Whim and I. flourish a.. evblver :and talk of suicide, what then ?" " Her father will probably pick you up iand drop you itito the first mud-puddle.": :'" Uid?n' Suppose I had presented her imother with a'20-shilling umbrella?" "i'lThen she'll keep dry."...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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VARIETIES. THE COURTING NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

I .. . VARIETE... THE COURTING NUISANCE. Have you ever been in a housewhere there n are a couple courting? It is most trying. I You think you will go and sit in the drawing c room, and you march off there. As youopen C the door you hear a noise as if somebody had suddenly recollected something, and, when you get in, Emily is over by the window, full 1 of interest in the opposite side of the road, P and your friend John Edward, is at the other d end of the room with his whole soul held in thnall by photographs of other people's re latives. S " Oh, you say, pausing at the door; "I didn't know anybody was here." " Oh, didn't you ?" says Emily coldly, in a tone which implies that she does not believe you. You hang about for a bit, then you say : "It's very dark. Why don't you light the gas?" Johngas Edward says, "Oh, he hadn't noticed it;" and Emily says that papa does not like the gas lit in the afternoon. You tell them one or two items of news, and give them your views and opinions on...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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BRUNSWICK WESLEYAN CHURCH. ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

':BRUNSWICK' WESLEYAN? o:ha celeb rted n oilcon nection with e t e'Br uni- of wick Wesleyan Church on Sundaylast, tire special sermons fieing preached in ce order to fitly commemorate the event. 'In the morning :the Rev. J. H. Tuck- o field ' ccupicd the pulpit, pireaching from s D.niel xii., 44--' And in the days of c these kings shall the God of heaven set up! a kingdom wh iclh shall never be t destroyed i and the :kingdom shall not tl bhe left to othler people, but it shall b break in pieces :nd consume all these 0 kingdoms, and it shall stand for ever." c . The Rev. A. Jolly officiated at the c afternioon service, and gained the at- ( tentioin of his hearers during a capital o sermon from the words of the apostle, t I ha ve learned -in whatsoever state I t at, therew?illt to be content." (Phil., Y iv., ;1.) The exening service was con- d diiited ?: the lRev. J. P. M'Cann, who gave ai plin anid interesting address C froni the second book of Kings, xviii 11. ;If the' Lord be God, ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Curing Bow Legs. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

Ouring Itowr Legs. ;'A correspondent tfixien fincident of a?rs. Baesett who had twins, three-year-old boys, but who were' bow.leiged.'- She' consulted a doctor, and asked if she must put their legs inirons.I "Irons I"` shbuted the doctor. "Fiddle etikeobl Take off their shoes and stockings. I Their muscles have probably, been cramped and' weakened already, and icons will only: inciease the' trouble.' Off with' their hoes . " . 'Anhother suggestion of the doctor was to let the bcys"walk up'hill, and wh'en they could'not be outof doors to-have an.inclined planse arranged in the house for them to practice on. In the tffort to walk up a steep incli'e"'one hatuially"throwse' be' les ontwardl' Afters ome nionthi' treatment of 'titi' sortr the.boya'l,lege ,,traighteped anud, thejirnuscles grew strong. It was leariled b.,thl Sdc'iettip'tfi'thle'Prientiin6 of Crhelty t ildre?L that: a baby girl:just, beginning ,to/, Ik,, attoddhng around in her little are Lfesf, and a committee vtsitted> ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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OPENING THE LIBRARY ON SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

SOPENING THE LIBRARY?? : ON SUNDAYS. Nearly the whole of the time allotted . to members"' private business in the . Legislative Assembly on Wednesday'`' eveningi was devoted to a discussion: Dpon-a-motion brought forward by .'DMr"'-. Beazley, declaring that the Melbourne,,.. Art Gallery and Museum should be:-b illuminated by electricity, and opened to t the public from 6 to 10 o'clock some: evenings in' each week. The: mover took the House intio his confidence, snd; expljinel d-that'th eealrbjectti hand-in view was to enable working men to see the pictures and museum without neces- silating the employment of Sunday labor.: This brought the leaders of the Sunday opening party to the fore, and Dr. Pearson submitted an amendment, that Sunday evenings be not excluded. The question of. Sunday opening was not fairly discussed upon its merits upon the . last occhsion. There wemre at least i'15 members absent who would have voted forit. The hon. member, fo'Collingwood (Mi. Beazley) had trie...

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

Tick, Tick. Tick. A country schoolmaster, who fodnd it rather diftlcult to make' his pupils observe the difflrence inreading between a comma and a full stop, adopted a plan of his own, which, he flattered himself, would make them profioient in the art of punctuation. Thus, in reading, when' they came to o comma, they were to say ."'tick," and read on; to a colon or semicolon, "tick, tick;" and when a full stop, "tick, tick, tick." Now, it so happened that our worthy dominie received notice that the parish minister was to pay a visit of examination to the sohool, and he was desirous that his pupils, should ehow to the best advantage, he gave them an extra drilf the day before the examination; " Now," said,.he, addrebfing his pupils, "when you read be fore the minister to. morrow. you leave out the ticks, thougl 'cu mustthink them iio you go along, for the sake of elocn. tion," Nextday came, and with it the minister. Now, it so happened that the firmt boy called up by the minister had...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

THE MECHANICS' IN   STITUTE.   On Tuesday evening last the monthly meeting of the Brunswick Mechanics Institute was held, the chair being oc cupied by the president (Mr. T. C. Camm). There were also present:- Messrs. Eville, Lyons, Peverell, F.   T. Hickford, B.A., Tough and W. M. Admans (hon. sec.) No correspon dence of importance was received, but the advisability of taking steps to re suscitate the school of design, which recently fell through owing to lack of   support, was brought forward by. Mr. Peverell, the hon. sec. of this branch, and earnestly discussed. Ultimately it was resolved on the motion of Mr. Tough, seconded by Mr. Lyons that a deputation consisting of Messrs. Eville, Hickford and Peverell should wait on the Minister of Education (Dr. Pearson) and ascertain when the pro posed change in the giving of tech   nical instruction would come into force. The committee found them selves in the proud position...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

Physiologists say that the older a man grows the smaller his brain }. comes. - This explains why the old man~ knows nothing and the young one every thing. ,l t :: ,r] {l.' . ' : . ""I- -:!Z :t? 1 }11x"'!' , i .I A BRIDGED PROSPECTUS OF :-THE t BRUNSW'ICK !:STAluR-BOWKETT 'BUILDING SOCIETY: To be cegistered.i uner thle building l Societies' Act. humber of Shares +000. No Person tohold more, t ?in 10 Shres. SEntrance Fee 1 Shilling pcr Share.c Contribuikon 1 v rSliilliii Sh e ier eek. Each Share entitles th holder theropf to rn loan:of!£100 forl11lyears, Ficeeof Interest. lo 'refeirntial or paid. up Premoters Shbe to be issued PROVISIONAL: DIRECTORS::,;, Thomas Clement,: Esq.,, 3P. Sydne road, Blrunswick. Cr. David Morgan, Esq.. Steiart street Brunswick.' : D. V. Hennessy, Esq., Blyth-street, Bruns wick. H. F. Eville, Esq., Town Clerk, Brunswick road west, Brunswick. D. McDougall, Esq., Sydney-road, Briuns wick. Br, :. :s-r W. J. Myers, Esq., Brunswick-road west, Brunswick. : . ,, ; M...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

'?NEWS AND NOTES. Tti-';iv sees the introluction of the Wed. 1 neslay ha.lf-lh.lidavy systeli amongst the grocers of, CiOburg. all the followers of that trade lihiving, a'rcel to strictly recoenise the principle i this distirct. We wnulil ince more remind;readers'of the art unibn hiodl ciiceart ritcendld to raise funds on ehilf of the Coburg Brag Band Ticket- nmay li obtaine4l from, all' the lrinl I cipal tradesmvn or members of committee. * On! Sundany cr,.-in- a, fnuci-i l "service to the memnry of the lI:te :lr..J. Jukes was "J conducetsld.at the Cobnr1.' W c-e3 an Church by3the Rev. A. Jolly. ,The attendance was llire aiid the service a most, impressive one.,, A special. service will he held at Trinity Church, ydnc-road, dCoburg, this evening when' the tablet erected to'the memory of the late lriv. W. Carter, formerly incumlbent for l r'bir-, ,ill he unveiled ., llThe hTliev C. Kent offciates. 'The pricsidential banquet to be given in. the Pub licaill ell street on Fridsaycrnii ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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AMONGST THE COUNCILS. BRUNSWICK.—MONDAY. Present—Crs. Fleming (Mayor), Driscoll, Fraser, King, Lacey, Methven, Morgan, Phillips and Trenoweth. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

AMONGST .THME COUN?CILS. Presel t--Crs; I hnling (MIyor, Driis , coll, Fraser, King, Laeey, MeLth veni, Mlrgai Plhilips and Treno weth. lJ rii Public ,lielith leartimenit; for fo warding di.'te' i pro?io: I confeiriice re to sele, tion of.: a-ite for ihe ereetion of a ih dessic.itor.' l RReeisted. . : Fronii ~ailie. forwarding etoplaint Ilc fa ceived ,v thlie board in regard to a oi llilieile halegeI t l, xist illn Staleyv- t street.i. The ittier 'its, received, and w referred to ihe u'ig l 4 '.Works Com- tz inittee. , Fromli Johlil Rleid nlld several other ii' owners of, prplerty in Gale-street, coil- d plaining that ,no reiale hiad been al- as lowed in the. amioulnIt p1ait for the con- Ii structip of a right-lf-Iwa at the rear of their 1proplertv; wlhich had11 been be neath the estinlate first arrived at. Rie ferredi' ti' the Public Works Onll. Frtmi Esendlun Town Councllil, for ward iig , ?o ,', lf rei?luiti,n plassed- C 'l"That in thle ,pjiiali of this' confirence alli t nunicip...

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

i Epicures. i Quin wii fond otf 'od living, and lived'td gratify his palate. Mulleistoiod bigh in his fI vor, and when they were in season hia'first in quiry of the servants'Wito camneto' iaken himii in the morning, was;'" Is there any 'mullet in the niarket, this morning, John ?" If John replied in the negative his rejoinder was," Then-call me at- nine rtd;morrow morning, John I" A- disitniigished English surgeon took but one ieail a day; which he ate at a chop-house,' at four!o'elook; it con?' sisted of one pound and a half of rump-steak, 'hllf a boiled chicken, ind a''plate-of fish, a bottle of port; a quarter of a pint of brandlyl: and a tankard of etrong ale I A Gargantuan feast, indeed I Popne, who was a great epicure, onid lie in bed' for days at- Lord naoTogtl!cr'w?Ul.,Jl.. ,erheore ,tolad?, rh t + the?e.e .r atew'edlampreya .fr.djnner.,w hen1 e e oa"ee instanitly alnd caes down to thp table. Frank'lin at one time contemplated Saactisisimabstinenscsmfloli anisal food;' hat h...

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AGRICULTURE. Making Pastures Comfortable. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

A RIGUL$J ftL Sakling IuPasturb . S me far . ers insist t'1 trees whiob urnish sbase are detrimeintal to apasetire. Sey state that animal-;Kwill:lie.uode? them r. ruls when they ehouldibe eati, giraes. P' ,ey look upon steers, cows and sheep as usehined for the conversion of grass into .~ef, milk and wool. The more steadily inese machines are kept in operation the a. re they are expeeted to produce. Seopping f.,r the purpoide"of taking-rest isa presumed ;, interfere with the operation of making jesh, fataiilkai~8ij wooi.v-Shadeitreese, ii their opinion, encourage a loee ?of rime and should. theeioiet'be; )kept ?tut) of a _asture. SAll who are acquainted Wi'th the digestive apparatus of rumtnaiiig anidizals'know that' ahey need to' spend: about. as much time in :hewing.,the cud as in grazing. : Whileiru minating they prefer'to lieLi ii'plpee thiatf'i in all respects ! comfortable .,In,winter the place should be moderately warm and pro trcted from wind hind rain:u In ?so?nmer it shoul...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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FUNNIOSITIES. If You Lisp, Read This. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

FUNNIOSUIlEs .\ If YoU Lisp, Read This. Susann aSnoo k sings sad, sweet songs, she iy< seed solvlummer skies; i'Strange'a!sunset bsades sift silently-ahe Sromw hiat sndly sighs. 'S:bliluquiiigly' she str.ys,. sweet songsters ' aBhyly sing. Sle tees slim spruces' slanting shades sur round oume sparkling spring. Still southward silently she strays. She spies shy Simon Slade. " Stop. Simon 1" says di anna Snooks. Still" sifts sweet sunsec's bliade. " Shy Simon six snug satisfying squeezes slyly stole ; 1 Susanna snickered. Simon stared. Sick silly, spoony soul. ' ' Susanna's sire saw some sly, suepicious stranger stray, . .. ! i. Saw Susan say, '1 stop Simon Slade.'??? Baw, simple Simon stay. Stern sire sought some solid stick-serenelyij slyly slipped, Susanna saw. She shrilly obrieked, I Skip, Simon I" Simon skipped. HE was " Claude " before' he marriedl hr,' and they say he was more clawed afterwards: .. . ..... . - HE: " Can you tie a trueJo.ver'e knot, my dear ?" She : "...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Novelist. The Mystery of the Inn; OR, THE DISCOVERY IN THE HIDDEN CHAMBER. A STORY OF TREACHERY, CRIME, AND REMORSE. CHAPTER XVIII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 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. CHAPTER XVIII. —(Continued.) The general's second search ended as vainly as his first, and he was by this time so wroth, not only at the failure to recover his child, but at the loss which his dignity had suffered by this failure, that he had no sooner reached this spot, and found the young husband still standing where he had left him, that with a smothered execration, levelled not only at him, but the whole house, he strode out through the doorway, and find- ing his horse ready saddled in front, mounted and rode away, followed by all his troop. ' And now comes the strangest part of the tale. "' He was no sooner gone, and the dust from his horse's hoofs lost in the distance, than I turned to the young husband and cried : "'And now where is she? Let...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. CRICKET MEMS. COBURG V. MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 8 October 1890

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. CRICKET MEMS. COBURG V. MALVERN. The opening match of the season on the Coburg ground was commenced on Saturday, ia weather such as arouses to action the finest qualitie. of the cricketer, even though it might have been considered somewhat warm by those engaged in a preliminary contest. The field was covered with verdure, but that was no interruption to the progress of the game, while the wicket had been carefully prepared, and admirably an swered the requirements. From time to time the visitors poured in by the dozen, until a goodly concourse of spectators were seen gathered around in a thick fringe, evidently much interested in the proceedings; while at intervals they were treated to a programme ot music dis coursed by the Coburg band, a recently started institution. " . - ?dCuburgi , e winniers if ':the cup last year, were naturally the favorites arnd with two0 or three exceptions, the team was of :thle same composition. This is the first-oc aso lonf -the Mal...

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Poetry. In Clover. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 15 October 1890

S1Poctrp. In Clover. Let me lie down in the clover, Where the daisies scatter snow, And the yellow bees fly over As my fancies come and go. Dwellers in a royal palace Have not softer couch than mine; And, lo, here's a lily chalice, Brimming with the morning's wine. Yonder brook singe low and softly; But I cannot catch the words, As they blend in silvery musio :With the notes of breeze and birds. In this sweet, still suenmmer weather It is easy to forget That our life has toil or trouble, Has a cloud, a jar or fret. Why should we try to remember t It is well to dream and rest, And forget that we grow weary, Though our dreams are dreams at best. Happy he who puts away Thoughts of daily life and strife, Whois deaf to din and discord Jarring through the chords of life. Let me IFe thus in the clover, Asa child on mother's breast, And, awhile the hours fly over, Dream sweet dreams of peace and rest.

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Do Not Rub the Eye: When You Get an Cinder or Speak of Dust in it Leave it Alone. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 15 October 1890

Do Not Itub the Eye: When You Get an Cinder or Speck of Duet in it Leave it Alone. When you yet a cinder or speak of dust or other .ffensive pacticle in your eye, don't rub it. Don't touch it. Don't pull down the lEd. Don't put your hand near it. Let it alone. This is very hard advice to follow, and in nine cases out of ten you will find yourself rubbing your eye before you know it. But if your can refrain from touching your eye at all, the action of that organ will itself cast out the offending mote in much quicker lime, and with for less irritation, while your eI ,rts would only hinder it and perhaps I manten the intruder so thst it will stay a long time. Of cooure if it is a particle of metal you wi!l consult a surgeon or oculist at once; but iordinary ub tar.nces are best treated as above indicaud. .S.s: people say, "rub the other ey..," but this is of no use. Tir. pleasantcat things in the world are pleasant thoughts, and the great art in life is to have as many of them as poss...

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The World Growing Better. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 15 October 1890

The World Growinll Better. The r finement that ended vulgarity will end injustice. In the newspaper and the magazine, daily and horly the literature of the great mass of people, radical and long needed reforms are coming. Roverenoe for humanity will first reveal itself in increased repepo for woman's happinees. Honorable womanhood ehould not be made a subject for personality. of assumed wit, ridicule, and of malicious launhter. Later this dis crimination in taste and justice that shall re form much of the writing of to-day will take in the whole honorable public, and men able to write for the press will possess as much kindness as they will have of power. This reform cannot come suddenly, hut it will surely come. for that advance of the soul which has made our high standards of literature sweeter in spirit cannot pause at that conloqte. It will move onward until the peri-hable writings of each day and week will he r? lofty as the poems of W'hit tier or the prose of Charles Sunmmer. ...

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Russian Wolves. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 15 October 1890

ILsssian Wolves. A curious report was recently brought home by a traveller from Norway, which, it it be true, will go far to correct the accepted ideas concerning the wisdom of extirpating noxious animals in countries where they abound. It is said that in one of the northern provinces the reward offered by the government for the destruction of wolves had resulted in their becoming practically ex tinct, and thus far there was every reason for congratulation. But it now appears that unknown to man, the Norwegian wolves had been constantly enasued in a patriotic war of self-defence against the vornoious packs of Russian Lapland : so long an their numbers are - undiolnilshed they held their ground, and even continued to do so for some time after they had begun to be deci mated by the misguided hostility of their human fellows. It would seem that there then supervened a period .in which the Russian wolves assumed a wily Fabian policy, " biding their time " until the hand of man, Ptimulat...

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PRESIDENTIAL DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 15 October 1890

PRESIDENTIALr. DINNER. .The annual dinner of the president o° Coburg was held on Friday evening, when in response: to. invitations issued by: C: Kelly, fully' 150 'gentlemen attended. The gathering was a :de cidedly representative ione T'iT `ichair was occupied by the host, President Kelly, who w as- sunported 'n his right by thelHon. J.Pratt, M.L.C., Cr. Ohlrn side, (Wyndham) aind Cr.. Voice, whilst to the left sat' Messrs M?etlhven, 'Best, Cameronn and Mason, M'sL.A;'-.,he Mayor and Town Clerk?: of. Brunswick, SFleming ad 'Mr H. F. Eville, respectively ; the Mayor (E. Danger field) and T'own' Clerikj ,of Essendos,, lalbot, Captain0 Chsambersl Cr, Walsh (Bllan;) MIr Anderson (Secretary sof the?i:' Municipal `Assoiiation 'of? ~ictb~iia°)' the Mayor (Cr. Cumming) ad· lTown Clerk of Footscray, the Presidenit (Or Dixon) and Secretary of Braybroelc, Mr. J. Blyth, President of the Chamber of Commerce; the councillors, Mr Eckersall Mr. Power and other officers of Coburg, and many other we...

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