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CURRANT TEA CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

lb flour oz- ;·.Coimnini`l Cist· 1{} teaspoonrufl cas to6r{ su:(ga?r, ":;.71' ?<:oz: 0/S eiik : n': td.:sl i-, x 0u , Mc ;thp:::: Put sth.e?, hour an?d a,? th'::eag SI Qou:u:a:. l : e. Sto? :-4 bsto .?enour thei: i n t O n: I : e-: uisto ?sugark? i?.uu:the mi idelk -:: toiI mak -it- p:tci u:ad \::41 p on .o· b:eate:;: , t ,n.vll ·:?~e :c'..e:;i n te : flou Die :.dent tu 0 paisr:??i 6'le:.ts 0 pnd.I)o it ih l ell eie OQ4S'g£:nied'::.ur outepic.:?- oftinr, the tops v. - XnEithi~ ,g r mlk nd as tor ugarmixe flpicctd i n~h bakin

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CYCLING COBURG CYCLING CLUB. DUNLOP RELAY RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

SCYCLING COBURG CYCLING CLUB. DUNLOP RELAY RACE. Keen interest has been manifested oy followers of the sport, in the Dun lop Relay Test; 10 riders in a team, and each rider rides 10 miles, and car ries a despatch. Up to the present Coburg are leading by the fast time of 4 hrs. 28 min. 13 and 4/5tn secs., dius standing as favorites for the £10 and £100 prizes respectively, I. R. Munro, the world's champion cyclist, nolding the record of 10 miles in 25 rin. 20 sees. BAKERS' PICNIC. Two of the Coburg Glub were again successful, In the above picnic sports C. Jones and G. Barker securedt first and third in their heats, respectively. In the finals GC. Barker put up a fine ride and won. CLUB RUN. The Club held a successful club run on Sunday, 8th inst., starting from .he club room at 10 a.m. (E. Slretton, captain, as pace-maker), the club reached Warrandyto at 11.15 a.m., and after a refreshing swim dinner was partaken of at the Grand Hotel. They returned home at 6.30 pm., feeling greatly ...

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

Disappearance of Diesel. Dr. Diesiel, thle :interitor of the oil-engine beariting, his :nnilae, is like ly to remain an unfathomnile m ?sj tery. The doctor nWas on his nay to London fon Gheit-t t attend the annual :geeeral: meet ing of 'the shareTolders of the Consolidanted Diesel .ingine 1 aitfactiers :ind' was, accopanliied h Mr Go rie: Carels,: a' dcirector ofi tihe cia?i They were on bo!iyardc i"e G/r?Ea.st erai Railway's steamier Dresden' and at? about ten ti iock i night they separated and retired as. it supposed-to thei respecti' e cai:btisn In the mornilg, when. the . mstdanme was near Harwvichi it ~wns - i$tscover ed that Dr. Diesel's bed lhad finot been slept in n lthough is bloth ing was foun di to be arri??'ged in a manner ;-l tat isagge'st edii tt he ::lii itid prepared t- go' to lied A-uch-l of. keys h:ng ft-oiii his hIind il~, i~d? his watch Wafts plFccd in amii ?e-vited position, so tha·t lie tiigit lieab(le to see the ti ie as he hi:i; i?'bed A-: thorogig. s nicli o...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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The Earth's Heart-throbs. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

The Earth's Heart-throbs. -4 This earth of ours is by rio nens solid or-firm. The solid part on which we walk and lbuiilid andl in u hich we burrow is only a shell covering a molten.:i olk. And this shell throbs with ml n3iny and divers luotiin!s, to s-iy. nothinig of the neartlhquakes ..and cr!t!ons that every now and tlhen silittcer and shitke it and rip it open. Somne I of thesc nmotions arn. re~ulrr aridi rhythmlic. Twice.- d . the mooi lifts and lets fill.I noi O all thIe wlaters of the surind c but1 also ll thle continients" 'amiid l urtain':` anr d cities. Ever3 slightest shock paSes through the :ea th Seisogiga (earthrjuakc registlei ri Infstrmz t are now ? so helcate th. t th register the hamumrinig of -lhorse's hoofs upon a ro ::d iiles iaiay while evxer-y breaker uponiIiot the beachI writes the -record tof -th/ shock - -it iimparts to the :rth. C ertiin pInrts of the e.rth ard steadily rising higher ilbi :ie the sie .while? other- palrts: are sld??l stii siding. "Soietiue...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

Ladies' Column. . ~P .9 . J .. This Summer Costume con sists of a chio little Blouse Coatee of yellow Taffeta, a.d a skirt of silk-embroidered white Crepe, the Design being a tiny Rose. Ribbon Roses with silk Foliage trim the Silk Coatee and the left side of the Skirt, which is puffed up at Knee depth and falls.in a soft Box-pleat below, the Chemisette and Collar bbing of white point d'esprit. _________________________________

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Sold for 16s. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

c ihuch Sold for e16s. Ailybody Who has the occasion or leisure to travel in th, French i)ro vinces, adl th, curisity to in quire. must oiten be asto:.ished at the number of ,deserteti ecclesiasti cal tuildings and the nabsurdly low I-p'ices sintkd ifor thelml. since tIhe libtuidation of churcb pr' erty. All records r se?n how ?Ver". 1to ha\e ' lbeen beaten hy thet sale of one of the olfist cht' lr tches i I ranrtlle, at I'hire fontaine. in the ,OiIe et-tiise tie-1 partmeit, for o'atttly si xtee'a shill ings and lninOe; ?nce haillfrlenU . Twel-,e years laro ti. chtbch tlhreat:i Ilced tio full It? iae. ant the rhIher inha!iitantls 'iX atly sillscribted for alnd 1uilt a newi, I church, t wvhich they t?ook there ,os, windolw, lianll memor1(Iia11 talths, inclulinte one owo: t he porchll, stlti n thatthho churcth 'was built in tihe yTenr 110l " To tthe honour\ of (ou and (o)tUr lady, be tSinotn Coui t de Montfort, son of Anmlory I., wlho was son of King Hlobert." When all these had been ...

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

lb stale 'brolin bread, 4 ozs. curriants r4~ os cho.ppe?d bCee suet,: 4 teispoonful n owid gtiigerl 1 oz'. finely chiopped acicnied orange pel, 1 atenoasoon.tul t?akig ~ow? ^ "::" :,eggs and a nlittlei milk Method t?uio;n e the: orust froi the bread, and cut the soft prtd into slies. tlen :soak i?milk aind witcr till quite sof:: i'ress ou :the moistu.?e. ad pt :Rith;e bradin-; Sto a basin addig to cit the aboce nlamed dIy ngredients Ieat iip th c:tggs i th a little mulk nd uir thorouglld n ith the above ' o i theinliure unto' buttered nouldb tie -overwiath a ,vetted clotitind 'boil or sieaf 2 R hurs Serve witli curranit sauce. - - -~ - c 2

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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SOME TRIED RECIPES. CURRANT SODA CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

•SOME T111UED ECIPES,'. CU\IIAN TT SODA CAKl. Sji.ib flotiur, blcur ainti, lb brorin o uga moiIistbtuga l r " eggs, 2 t~atspoonfuls" trcildeW 1 tenspoon fu:-l lh-carbo iate Ii of ..sdda J; pint ' milk. Method ---3x the flour antP soda, tub in the buitcer, add ughtr and currants then~ the treaclec milk, and beatea eggs ?'?leat all ?well to-, gether, fill in tno Well-uttered cape inoulds- and'dtbake u- a. moderately hot ov en' for about 11 hours.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wedding Bells. PEVERELL—OLSSON. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 13 February 1914

Wedding Bells. PEVERELL--OLSSON. One of the prettiest February wed dings was that of Miss Hal. Olsson, at Christ Church, Brunswick, on Satur day, February 7th. The bridegroom, Mr. Percy Peverell, is a son of Mr. James Peverell, for many years a well known figure in the public life of Brunswick. The bride is a daughter of Mr. P. O. Olsson, a very old resi dent of Brunswick West. A large con gregation attended, and the service, which was conducted by the Rev. F. H. Peake, Th.L., assisted by Rev. J. B. Sharp, was fully choral. The church was very artistically decorated for the occasion by the friends of tihe bride. Mr. J. Briggs presided at the organ, and rendered suitable music. The choir boys led the bridal party in, and sang 'The Voice That Breathed O'er Eden," and Mrs. W. Brilliant render ed a solo suitable for the occasion, while the bridal party were in the ves ry; and a very suitable Wedding March was rendered as the party left the church. The bride, who was giv en away by her f...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Clergyman Began It. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

The Clergyman Began It. The following story is told of a Yorkshire parish. ,A young clergy man iwas taking holiday duty in a tiioorland district, where the church 'goers were largely made up of far Juers and shepherds. The latter were in the habit of bringing their dogs with them to church, and, li! their plasters, they listened quiet ]Vle~during the sermon. The new xg' iniat, at his first se rvice, stairted intor:ing, which the peoplc considered Ilonfish, and, unused to suclH an innocation, one of the dogs connmenced to gowl. ''Take that dob olit !" enjoined the clergymuan; but no one tioved, and he proceeded with the service. The intoning was renewed, aind so also was the howl ing. "Take that dog out !" coni imanded the clergyman. "I told you before to ha e it removed." One of the shepherds rose from his seat and dragged the animal out side. P'resently shullling feet were heard coining up the aisle, and the shepherd resunled his seat; but, turniing to the clergymian, he re marked,...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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DRUIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

DRUIDS. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Anglesea Lodge took place on Febru ary 9th, when a large gathering of Druids assembled. The Arch Druid, Bro. T. Whelan, presided. Among those present were Past Grand Presi dents Bros. Sharp, Lees, Brown, Boyd and Allen - Past District Presidents Bros. Atken, hardy and ,Herrick. One now member was initiated and four propositions were received. A com mittee was formed to act in conjunc tion with the Shamrock Lodge to ar range for a display on Easter Monday. The lodge then adjourned foir har mainy. The toasts of the King, the Druids, and Australia, were given and honored. The toast of the Past Grand Presidents was proposed by Past Dis trict President Bro. Lucas and replied to by Past Grand Presidents Allen, Brown and Lees. Bro. Allen referred to the position created by the British Medical Union in endeavouring to raise the medical fees from 14s. to 20s. per annum, and also dictating to the societies whom they will admit. as members. There wa...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Right Way to Eat Pineapples. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

Right Way to Eat Pine apples. -----+--- Pineapples used to be considered unwholesome, but in all probability this reputation was gained because they- wer not eaten in the proper vay or were not ripe enough. Most people eat pineapples the wrong way. They pare oil the coarse, prickly outside skin and throw it away;, not knowing that the skini really contains the best part of the fruit. This outside skin contains a large proportion of the alkaloid principle, " broincelin," which is the digestive ferment of the pineapple and which is somewhat similar in its medicinal etiect to pepsin. The correct way to eat a pine apple, ..to get the most good from it ;is first :to pare off the rough outside skin.' Squeeze these par ings in~ alepmon squeezer and pour ,their juice, sweetened or not, as preterred =over the pared pineapple a hen r cut in slices. In this way all the ,powerful "bromnelin" is saved, and. enhances the flavour of the i prineapple itself. Pineiapples should always be eateno afte...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Coburg Police Court. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17. Before Messrs. Campbell, Waters, and Cash, J.P.'s. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

Coburg Police Court. ---------0C--------- TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 17. Before Messrs. Campbell, Waters, and Cash, J:1.'s. OBSCENE LANGUIAGE. James BIinks was charged with mak ing use of obscene language on 31st nIt., at Campbellfield. Mounted Constable Boxhall gave evidence of the accused making use of the language in question. The accused urged that he merely repeated to the constable the language which had hbeen used to him. A fine of £1 was imposcd. ACROSS THE FOOTPATHS. Ernest Blacklaw was charged with driving a horse and vehicle across the footpath in Bell street on 31st ilt. The excuse offered was that defenld ant -was in a hurry. A fine of 10s., with 2s 6d costs, was iinnopsed. Ernest Hobson was similarly charg ed for an offence on 17th December. He was also fined 10s.. with 2s Gd costs. "TICKETS. PLEASE!" William Brown was charged with using a railway pass obtained under. wrlong conditions. Inspector Borsuni prosecuted. Francis William Waters swore that a ticket was issued on a dec...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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For Nerve Sufferers. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

For Nerve Sufferers. --+--- Dr. Edwin -Ash, author of "Ner ves and the Nervous," has written a little book in which he deals with the eflect of ill-considered hustling, so commnion to-day. His panaceaf is the acquisition of the habit of self-mastery in the little things of life. Three very import ant energy-wasters are.: Indigest ible and hurried lunches, too tight clothinlg, needless worryilng about details of domestic, professional, andul business life. Dr. Ash says more must be spent in eating, and less meat eaten. Ile adds '' \You should not lie in bed after you wake in the morning, and you should not indulge in naps. There is this to be said in favour of th: early cup of tea-that when it forms the awakening signal the mere act of drinking it is likely to rouse the mental and physical activities and plrevent the desire for further slum ber." Here are Dr. Ash's general rules for living up to our true value in energy production : Wear reansonably loose clothing, spend at least one...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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V.J.C.A. First Grade. BRUNSWICK CITY V. CLIFTON A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

V.J.C.A. First Grade. BRUINSWICK CITY V. CLIFTON A.N.A. Brunswick City met Clifton A.N.A. on Saturday. They have a fine bat ting silde, andl further strengthened the side by including McKay and Mc. Kelsin. fronm the Clifton United team. Clifton won the toss and sent Hutchin son and Lambert to bat, Forsyth and McShane being the opening bowlers. Both batted well, especially Hutchin. son, who played fine free cricket. Sc veral chianges were made in the bowl ing. but the score slowly increased, when Moulton, the youngest player in the grade, went on in place of O'Loughlin. In his third over lihe clean bowled Lambert, who had made 18, and the score was oine for 67. Two overs later he clean bowled Hutchin son, who made 52 in nice style (two for 74). Thiohipson followed, and he aid McKelsin carnried the. score to 93, iwhen the latter was caught hby MIoul ton off McShane. Louis followed, but wan clean bowled by McShane for 0 Thompson soon after was finely stump ed by Madden off McShane, his...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Fashions for Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

Fashions for Dogs. -------+--- The very niewest and most striking sartorial effect for dlogs includes a gold necklet, and a pair of patent leather shoes. Ordinary sweaters have long been fashionable for dogs, and some of the small beasts who suffer very nmicli from the cold ha' e been seen during the last win ter with two coverln's while out on promenade. The under wrap w-as a tight-fitting sweater, which extend ed to quitee a distance over the aid mna's legs. Over this garment was worn the usual Iblanket coat, which was formerly considered quite sucli cient as it wrap. T'he fashionable small dog has ;l '\s sits monoeranumed handker chiefs, whiclt are smartly tucked in tlie pocket of its coat or sweater. Ioots to he worn when it is al lowed to pIlay in the streets or gar deni, and taken off when it enters the house, are also not infrequent ly a feature of its wardrobe. Motor goggles are considered necessary for sonic dogs, since they are so fond of the motor-car and sufer as do huma...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Second Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

Second Grade. Coburg District, 74 (Sitch 22 not out, Clough 21, Clark 20: Brien two for 29, Marshall thiee for 23. Lord one for 6. MlcInerney one for 14), v. Glenlyon, eight for 94 (Payne 32, Ash down 17; Broom six for 20). Belmont, 95 (Matters 44, Puddy 20, Tough 10; Campbell four for 14), v. West Brunswick, three for 51 (Baker 18, Lees 17 not out; Longmuir two for 20, Adams one for 3). Clifton United, 151 (B. Coxon 50, E. Slattery 22, Horton 14, Haines 14 not out, Pullen 12; Overend five for 56, Mackey two for 26, Walhouse one for 12), v. Brunswick I.O.O.F.. three for 62 (Walhouse 31 not out, Overend 18; H. Coxon two for 11). Loyal Rose of Denmark, seven for 151 (innings closed) (S. Williams 52 not out, Wakeling 21 not out. Stein 21, Anstey 20; Barr four for 43, Noble two for 29), v. Balmain, six for 14 (T. Percival four for 6, Cornell two for 5). Gordon, 72 (McConnell 24, Govan 16: Beason four for 11, Geddes one for 2, Beer one for 4, Biggs one for 18); v. Brunswick Baptist, four...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Gas in the Cavities of Trees. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

Gas in the Cavities of Trcel. -----~----- 4 - :.::·1·:·' Professor J. A_. Ferguson, of, the1 'enlvni niu. - .:a Sitlen College3' re ports a curious plienioiieon ccnneet ed wil the cutting of:l hiardood trees in the Onirl 3louiitain is L' i ties near the base of th ree:`s are often found to `contan gas '\ hein these caities 're cut `:into 'hi te oak .tic cutters: of the region the gas escapes with a whmsthni g-soind shoving ito e undersl rpessure, and if lighted i 1 l bur wili a faint t elloui flamine z Ie ds of the capities containing gas are in all cases ,darkened, and 10ok as though seared 1 ith a lit iron rhe popu lar beief f te distric is that these trees are c nnected through their roots _itli a subterranean supply of natural gas, and the land on which they grog` is valued ac cordingly X exadination of the ga-= collected froiii a cottonwood tree was 1iadc by Professor Bush ong of the L 'niversity of. TKansas, and dt wa.is found to be substantiallv the bsam e nas n tral gas, wit...

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A Fair Fare. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

AFair Fare. A young lady from the country,' seeing council-owned train=s foi the first time, thouight that they w.:iere pro ided .;free for the citizenis to ride .about in.: The conductor, a rather handsome young fellow , i was on tol) collecting the iures iwhen the girl got in the car, but on coming do i n, noticing an additionlil passenger he wen t straight' up toher andh'sui: "Your f`r, missd A delicate pink manifested. itself on her cheeks, and slye looked, d.own in soft ccuifusioni. The conductor ventured to `remark again : "our fare, miss.' This time the pink didarkened into carnation, and the m maiden fingered ner vously ith -the handle of her bag. The conductor: began to look fool ish, but he m-anaged -to say once more : "Henm, miss, .your fare. In - a moumcnt a.pair of lovely vio let eyes -were looking up into .his face through an aurora of blushes, and a pair oft rosy lips ýexclaimed : 'Well, they do say I'ul `good looking at home, but I don't see why you should say it out...

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Reel for Clothes-line. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

Reel for Clothes-line. ----+I It is much better to make a small reel, like the one shown, for a clothes-line than to wind the line on the arm, the usual meIthod of getting it. into , shape for putting away. The red consists of two strips of wood Ift. 4ia. long, 3n. wide, and -in. thick. .These are '~eel for Clothes-jine 1oined togetthcr withi two pieces .ot broom handle, allowing a space of Oiti b letweei .the, sides and auct. ex tending liandle oi.f 5. on opposite sides, .as shovwn.-B. Lonhgahaugli in P'opular: Mechanics.'..'

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