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RANDOM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 6 August 1890

RANDOM NOTES. The Rev. Father Luby has secured posses sion of the Brullnswick town hall, from the 13th to22Jth Novemhber, when it is proposed to hold a grand fancy fair ind bazaar in connlection wiith St. Ambrus l .. IRoman Catholic Church and School. During Mondliay, 28thl ult., entrance was effected by thieves intio the residence of Mr. J.. lurkitt, caretaker, of the W1esicyan Church, Sydlney-road, jewellery to the, value of L4 buing appropriated by them. The thieves gained acess to the house by means of a back window which was left unfastened. A public Ilceting in connection with the proposal Temlierance iHall will be held in the P'resbyterian schoolroom, this Wednes day evenilng, August Gth, at eight o'clock, and all interested in the erection of the buildin are earnestly invited to be present. Mr. 'Coad hopes to open the hall before he leaves the colony next year. Mr. Thomas Brunton, who polled su heavily at thelt electlion for a re orecutative of the Southern Province, has det...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Movelist. The Mystery of the Inn; OR, THE DISCOVERY IN THE HIDDEN CHAMBER. A STORY OF TREACHERY, CRIME, AND REMORSE. CHAPTER I. THE OAK PARLOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 6 August 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 I. THE OAK PARLOR. I was riding between Albany and Pooghkeepsie. It was raining furiously, and my horse, already weary with long travel, gave unmistakable signs of dis- couragement. I was, therefore, greatly relieved when, in the most desolate part of the road, I espied rising before me the dim outlines of a house, and was cor- respondingly disappointed when, upon riding forward, I perceived that it was but a deserted ruin I was approaching, whose fallen chimneys and broken win- dows betrayed a dilapidation so great that I could scarcely hope to find so much as a temporary shelter within. Nevertheless, I was so tired of the   biting storm that I involuntarily stopped before the decayed and forbidden struc- ture, and was, in truth, withdrawing my foot from the st...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INDEPENDENT CHURCH, EAST BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 6 August 1890

INDEPENDENT CHURCH, EAST BRUNSWICK. The anniversary of the Blyth-street Independent Church was celebrated on Sunday last, when three special services were held and largely attended, notwithstanding the fact that much outside attention was drawn to the mission of Mr. Coad, the temperance evangelist, who preached in other churches that day. In the morning the Rev. E. H. Jones occupied the pulpit; the afternoon was devoted to a specially enjoyable service of song, whilst the evening worship was con- ducted by the Rev. G. G. Howden. On the following Tuesday a goodly assemblage of members and friends gathered at the tea which was provided in the church. Willing hands had been busy during the afternoon deco- rating the building with flowers and evergreens, while the tables were loaded with a profusion of tasty viands and fruit that met with hearty appre- ciation from all. After the wants and desires of all had been appeased and the tables cleared, the public meeting was held, which was op...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Cork Rope. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 6 August 1890

A Cork Rope. A cork core floating rope has been invented. The inventor claims that his floating rope of one-inch thickness will stand a strain of more than 1000:bn. The rope consists of a core of small round corks. about three quarters of an inch long, placed end to end, around which is braided a net work of cotton twine, This is seorrounded by another layer of strong cotton twine, braided in heavy Etrands, which is about a quarter of an inch thick.. The ropo in very soft and pliable, and even after being tied in a small knot will return to its original shape. It can be used in life lines, on life raftsll, and as a heaving line to tie heavy hawsers to. At a life-earing stelation suach a rope would be very valuable. COPLMtcENaS which we think are deseved we accept only as debts, with indifference; but those which conscience informs us we do no; merit we receive '.ith the same gratitude that we do favors given away. A rr.ATERTER is said to be a beast who biteth smiling. But it is hard...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SATURDAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 6 August 1890

SATURDAYS MATCHES Coburg v Parkside, at Royal Park. The following will do battle for the shire :-Benson (3), Bayliss, Edhouse ( a), Manchester (2), 3I'Malhon, Carter, M''Carthy, Donnelly, Tucker, Saunders, Cloigh, Kelly, Murray, Ulothwell, Wade, Downs, M'Donald and J. Moloney.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE NOTES. BRUNSWICK.—WEDNESDAY. Before Messrs. George—(chairman). Clement, Fleming, Harrison, Tinning and Wallace, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 6 August 1890

POLICE NOTES. BRUNSWICK - Wednesday. Before Messrs. George---(chairman), Clement, Fleming, Harrison, Tin- ning and Wallace, J's.P.   INSULTING BEHAVIOUR.   "Constable Dyson v Alfred LittlejoHn insulting behaliour. Constsble Dyson found defendant standing in front of the   Victoria Hotel in a fighting attitude, and making use of bad language. It was another case of " Jack Barleycorn", said the sergeant, and tihe Bench im- posed a fine of 10s.     wliitouT CONTOL:' Constable Scholoes -charged Edward Dyer with failing to have proper con tiol ovser his hliorse 'il 1dray. Flied lOs., or 43 hlours. Defendant was also charged withll Ihiaiigi no lght on his dray; and a -line of 5s., with 2s: Gd .cost',has tinm psned. junu :. A. widolvin'mned-, hisry -JaniuetssUc *ane~rl "ats kivnmng'nzs Dnab Frederick George Skiiner for' the re-. covery of a sun of £1014s. money duit for board ad lodging., It appeared that defendant had been o...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TABLEAU IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

TABLEAU IV. I was madly in love with Polly, I could not disguise it from myself. I liked being a mounted patrol. The man I had put into my brd had not come to claim his uniform or his s.wertheart. I presumedn he liked the life in the lonely erttago too well to return to duty. I hod tb nen lis Olnce. I was hbapy. I coqoneres Illy laeeeCruplri0 ,,,,i .u , t ,r o of Polly I dl lerrmined to remain Jack Jarris and wed her. At first our awerllhearting was a little awkward, she reminded me of so man, things I couldn't remember, and once or twice I nearly put my foot in it. But I was very careful, and the course of our true love ran smoothly towards the wedding day. I liked my duties, the horse exercise had quite cured my dyspepsia. I had forgot*'o Gwendolina, and I loved Polly. Her fresh and charming simplicity delighted moe. I felt that we should be very happy. Better far to be a omounted patrol wi I thirty shillings a week and a bonny little wife, tihan a recluse with only the memory of ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TABLEAU III. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

TABILEAU III. I mrnst contirueo my narrative by rolatirg events which only came to my knowledge ai a later period. About the same time that I Entered the cottage of the Littlethorprc (that .,a the nnlles ri! fat er and dnlnhier). irtdl f,,rund myself an .nflianced husband. Lidly aeerrnd,,li, a DB-ividret drove np in a clrr~ngO. minl il,ir to hlr lonely cottage on the colalrneic 'of El p;or .lriest.' S?re. kbirPeId at tihe door, but there weas no reply, er she litcdl .the;lolnch and walked in. The parlour waa empty; but from the adjoin: inu rornm there rame, ever and anon, the Found ."Gno graciousa me I "" exclaimed 'Lady Gwendolina,;?' I am suri; some one; is: ill." .antiously she enteaed the room, and . gave' a wild cry The fon. Ton Ma ontrePasr lay in bed, and tIc was delirious. ToiRnemmon the `village deletor.was the work of a few IrIOlromen.r The villngo doctor lnoked at.the patiernt, then' turnid t;iG oeridulila. "My der young lady. he eaid, "'this i a oerious caren- injury to ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TABLEAU II. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

TABLEAU IT. It wan a bright, fresh morning. Of conur? every now morning must be a fresh one, but thia was fresher than usual. All night I had ridden hard along the country lanes, my sword clanking by my side. The exercise did me good, but by eight a.m. I was tired, and wanted my breakfast. I wondered what on nearth I should do. Of course, a mounted patrol must go home in the morning, if Ie hali been on duty all night. His horse would] want to be fed and put in '_:. t "'hters was Imt, atahleP Suddenly the idea occurred to me tlhan the horse would knlow, so I let the reins lic upon his neck, and said " Clk." The sagacious aniimal instantly turned round and trutted off at a brisk pace. In half an hour we arrived at our quarters. There could be no mistake about it, for the animal went straight into the stables with me oil his bacs. An inspector was in the yard. Ie camne across to me and exclaimed : N iow, .larvis, what does this mean .s you're three hours late. What have you been up to....

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TABLEAU I. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

TABLSAU I. All day Inng I hlid had a dull foreboding of some impending evil. Alone in the cottage, in the quiet, country lane where I dwelt, far from the roar and riot of the mighty alty. I had passed the evening. wrapped in an old military cloak, which I wore summer and winter, and a deep reverie which never left me. I had been thinking of the piat. The past ! Oh, the ghosts that rose fromu the great churchyard of my long ago I Ghostl young and old. ghosts of men and Chovtn of women, and high over them all towered the ghost I dreaded more than all-the ghost of myself. The clock struck twelve. With a mighty effort I rose from my chair, and, waving back, with an imperiou gnsture, tihe spectres of the past, I went to the larder, brought out the bread and cheese and a dish of spring onions, and sat down to my solitary meal. At that moment my attention wan arrested by the sound of a footstep on the gravel path. It was the footstop of a man. I rose, opened the door, and, holding the ancd...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MOUNTED PATROL. PROLOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

TIHE MOUNTED PATROL. (From Hood', Comic Annual.) PROLOGUE. MY name in, or rather was, Tom Mfontrenpor the IIon. Tom Montroeaor. The only woman I had ever loved, the rare and radiant (Gwen dolina Belvidere. had refused me. She had not exactly spurned me. I wan too good look. ing to spurn-but she had declined the offier of my hand. She had told me:, with tears in her blue eyve, that I was too poor, and that I had no expootations, that when she married she did not wish to be worried about her millincr's bills, or her tradesmen's bonea, and so, much as she esteemed my moral character. she should continue to look out for a husband with a good rent roll. It was candid of the girl; (Gwendolina always was candid, but it dashed my honpe of happinces to the :round. I asked her if there was no hopn, she answered, "None l' and no we parted, she to return to the giddy haunts of fashion, I to hire a lonely and cheap cottage on the coninen of Enping Forest, and to dwell there a broken-lhirted recl...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELECTION OF MAYOR AT BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

ELECTION: OF MAYOR AT S BRUNSWICK:. iA special nmeeting of the Brunswick council wasIs'held yesterday iorninh for the. annual electibonf mayor and menm barsiof com?mittees:'`. Onthel motion of Cr.King,, Or. Fraser was.: votedi.to' the' :chair' and after thle new iiehiibers had been sworn in the hairman ainiinonced .the first businessto bethat'of., . " M t"ý:`%3IAYORAL 'ALLOWANCE:'; ":' . -" Cr. Kingt oi?6d that a sum ofEX100 be voted believing that' they should not place. a gentleman) in such- a 'position. :without' makiig .him some allowance iithl hich to 'exercise the believolence of; `the'council, The Mayor hIad very manyclaims made upon him, and should be, allowed a grant. Cr. Lacey seconded the motion, 'on& curring with the views of the mover. Cr. Trenoweth had previouisly :op posed it, but finding that the ratepay ers had of late changed their opinions he would now support a grant. Cr. Phillips opposed the motion, to gether with Ors. Morgan, Driscoll and Fraser, but th...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

Beef a La Mode Creole Style.-Cut the required quantity of beef, or veal, into small pieces of three or four ounces each. Mince a couple of large onions and put them into a stew pan with three or four ounces of beef drippings. As soon as this is quite hot, flour the meat. and put it into this gravy, stirring it swith a wooden spoon, continually. When it is browned, or in about ten mIinutes, dredge in flour until sulliciently thickened, then cover it with boiling water, one gallon to ten pounds of meat ; pour it in gradually, stir well, and let it boil; then skim, and add black pepper, allspice, two bay leaves, and any other comliment desired. Set it beside the fire and let it stew slowly three hours, or until the meat is perfectly tender. Serve hot, or turn into a mould, or press if wanted sold. Pay what you owe, And what you're worth you'll know. The question whether fishie sleep is said to have been settled attrmativcly by a serie of experiments conducted in Lcndl?n by Ir. W. A. Ca...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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COBURG V PARKSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

CoDUnG V PAnKSiIE. The Coburg journeyed to Royal Park on Saturday last to play the Parkaide, but only turned up with 16 men to re present them, so that defeat stared them in the face. During the first half, how ever, the northern boys quite held their own, and played a nice concerted game, but later on condition told its tale, and victory rested with the Parkside, who kicked 7 goals to 2. W. Bayliss, as usual, led the Coburg, having only 16 under him, and Mick Madden had charge of the Parkside. Coburg won the toss, and Moloney and Gill had charge of the goals, and also acted as timekeepers. Downie booted four splen" did goals for his side, whilst Jackson and Saunders bagged one each for the Coburg. Madden, Moore, Chrystall, Gill, Fisher, Brigham, Amess and De laney played a rattling game for the Parkside, and those who worked hardest for the Coburg were Bayliss, Benson (2), Edhouse, Kelly, Smith, Downs, Hade, Bothwell and Saunders, whilst Ernie Manchester undoubtedly played the game...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To the Editor of the Leader. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

To the Editor of the Leader. Sm,-I would like to draw attention to a most remarkable coincidence with regard to the members playing with the Coburg Football Club, which annually takes place. The first part of the season all matches are played on the local ground, and the latter part of the season they play away frsm home. Then the players seem to fall off like faded flowers for want of nourishment. If some of these players would follow the example set them by other members who take a delight in playing for the welfare of their club twhose names it is needless to mention), and play for the honor, of advancing their club further up on the list for the junior premiership, it would be imore to their credit. Instead of this they turn up once in every three or four matches, as the custom has always been, whilst, if they were regular, they might see their club in a far more elevated position than at. the present time. By inserting this you will be stow on me a great favor and aid in bring ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Muggs and the Farmer. A TALK ABOUT HENS LEADS TO A COOLN[?] BETWEEN THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

S muggs and tie Farmer. A TALK ABOUT HENS LEADS TO A COOLNESS BETWEELN THEM. A Rochester man named Muggs has been out in the town of Wheatland visiting some friends wholive on a farm. Mr. Muggs is not only a man of more than average intcl. ligence, but he is also of an inquiring mind ; and while he was visiting on the farm he managed to pick up a great deal of valuable information by asking questions about things. The first day he was there he went around with the farmer to look at the stock, One of the first things that excited his curiosity was a hen that was on a nest under the end of a lumper pile. "This must be a hen," said Muggs confi dently "It is," said the farmer. ** She seems to be taking life pretty easy," ventured Muggs. "Quite she contrary," said the farmer; "she is busy.'! " Laying an egg, probably," suggested Muggs. * Probably not," said the farmer; " she is setting." Then Dluggs made some patronising re mark to the hen and reached down to stroke the far on her neck. ...

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Chanticleer, What of the Morn? [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

'hanticleer, What of the .Morn ? CIIAeTICLEEIR, what of ihe morn I7 I've heard thy oft repeated cry For hours past, and now. the dawn Ai.s the to ope thy sleepy eye. Why dost thou that dull sound impart While night's illumining star declines? Is it to cheer thy timoroas heart, Or rouse thy drowsy concubines? Ordost thou soundtht sluggish note As but thineown a?pointed way To clear and tune tline anxious throat T?o greet the coming lord of day? Lo. now along the kindling sky Ile heaves his bright, triumphant car: Andi now rings forth that high, shrill cry Thait hailest him afar I The spangled curtain of the east BIlushes to gr.et day's glorious king, And joy rcvivt in man and beast, And binrd on wanton wing ; Then why sho:ld not, O chanticleer, Thy high notes rouse that careless one Who thus ca sleep when day is near Ilcauty and life again begun I Who knows' the workings of thy breast,. Or whence this homage can arise 7 Who knou:'t but that the evening rest May pas in thoughts of far...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. SOUTHERN PROVINCE ELECTION. MR. C. H. JAMES' CANDIDATURE To the Editor of the Leader. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

CORRESPONDENCE. u SOUTHERN PROVINCE ELECTION. MR. C. H. JAMES' CANDIDATURE To the Editor of the Leader. Dear Sir,-In the election ad dress published by the Hon. C. H. James, that gentleman takes up the dignified and proper position that he is prepared to stand or fall by his actions during the three years he has been a representative of this Province. He asks to be judged by his acts, and straightforwardly says that if the elec tors think anyone of his opponents can represent them better than he has done in the past, or can do in the future, it is their duty to elect such a man. The challenge, here thrown out, is one that Mr. James' opponents will scarcely care to accept, for they must f know that it will be exceedingly diffi cult to point out any act in which the retiring member has failed in his duty to the electors. Indeed, I do not see r how they can justify their opposition I on the present occasion. Three years ago Mr. Brunton suffered a decisive defeat when oppos ing the pres...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

NOTES 'AND COMMENTS I Br ORu MANe AB'ou TowN. WE have all. heard of the lirely rail- s way hamn sandwich and the 10 candle a power butter used thereon, immortalised' by our gallant Purch,. hut' there are c those in Birnswick w'ho have come& to a look with even greater loa'hing lon' the e succulent hot pie., And it allhappened t this way. 'Twar cn a wet day last week that the head of a drapery establishment I not 100 miles from, Sydney-road, had occasion to visit the city, and shortly after his departure one of the employees felt qualms beneath the belt and ,an innate longing' for a hot 'un. But although he had forgotten the oldada~ge,' " Live not to eat, but eat to live,'', this ravenous knight of the 'yard-strirk' was good natured enough to give a "shout all round." .Why,' ;I': do not know. Whether he wished to celebrate a birth day or advent of twins is not within my power to 'say. '- Nevertheless the piks were soeit,for and obtained. Then they were handed round, and short...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

It comes kind o'sudden like, just as the congregation have finished singing 'Salvation's Free,' to have the preacher announce that 'the collection will now be taken up.'

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