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THE COBURG REPRESENTATIVES [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

TUY COBTRG REPRESL\.NATIVLS An adjourned meeting .of the Coi burg Council'iris held on XYednesdta eveing, fo thi putr pose of cousider mig the election ,of representati'ves on tie Truis. Cr. Davis niomuiated Cri Hackett aid thus started the ball rolling, a:nd Crs. Atiderson, Cash, Csampbell and the Mayor- (Cr Richards) were all nul uominated. A ballot was then taken ..withithe result that Cr. Hackett ddropped out it the first round It was found on the second ballot thailt an impasse occurred, and on the mottion of Cr. Keane, secohded by_ Cr l)a is. it was decided to continse- the b .llt oni the preferential svsteim. A\ thie next round Cr. Anderson ::' wa . coiunIted out. and the conitest 'is betoeern (Cr. Biclhards, Cairmphell ni id i CaI a ! the final result ias the elec ti of C(ris. Richiiards and .Campbell BLoth ithe representatives etuirned Ith;nk1 l: ssuring, their brothet couincil l:,I" th:i rheyi would do their best to m t;;ty the contidence reposed imnthem (' in ra tlations ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

MR. LES. BRAY, SECRETARY, BRUNSWICK FOOTBALL CLUB. Mr, Les. Bray obtained his first ex perience in 1903, as Secretary of the Rainbow Football Club, and Secretary Melbourne District Football Association. In 1904-5 he was Secretary of the Bruns wickSociables Club, and was also Secretary of the Brunswick Cricket Club for three years. In 1906 he was appointed Assistant Secretary of the Brunswick Football Club, and on retirement of Mr, Temple in 1909, was elected Secretary, which office he holds at the present time. MR. HARRY G. LAMB, THE NEWLY-ELECTED TREASURER <* --- " Who carried out the position of Assist ant Secretary in a coimmendable manner last year. At thel wve\idm.ll, o Henry Auhry. an ex-.erv'ant of t1i tIoyval 11o>elhoil. at Seaner. n.a-r S,:-arhorough. the oldl (custoI] wa\s ob O'rv-dt i.Or I rekii ng a plate over the hl:ld Of tlie bridi om entering the churclh. A weddjing ;iithiout a. ri?. setems iln congruous. but in sonce parts of Spain no ring is used. Afte...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SIX MILES UP! [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

SIX MILES UP I -------"- (DBy GAlItET P. SERVISS.) The greatest peril for those who ascend to great altitudes above the .earthl; is not that of falling, but that of being suffocated, like fish taken out of water. It was the climbers of high mountains who first tdiscovered the fact that it is often ditlicult for men to breathe at a height of frcmn two and a half to three miles above sea level. But more recent study has shown that the difliculty arises mainly fromu the comparntive lack of oxy gen in the upper air, and that this may be overcome by means of appa ratus supplying extra oxygen to the lungs. The two principal constituents of the atnmosphere are oxygen and ni trogen. Mixed, these are near the earth's surface, in the proportion of about four volumes of nitrogen to one of oxygen, the air is re spirahle, and the inertness of the nitrogen does no harm. But if the proportilon of oxygen is reduced, the air becomes stifling. Now, oxygen is heavier than ni trogen in ratio of about e...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

? . . VIOLIN . . U SOMETHING NEW! G. M. WILLIAMS, Certified Teacher, T.C.G.M. 33 Dodd Street, East Brunswick. BRANCH OF THE AUSTRALIAN VIOLIN AND ORCHESTRAL COLLEGE, MELBOURNE. TNDER the New System, with the PATENT MANBY FINGER U BOARD. Class Teaching with a Competent Teacher has ;ov. eyed a Success. Advancement and Success assured. Day and Evening Classes now forming. Parents come along at any time, and lhave the New System thoroughly explained to you. and be ý convirced of it nmerits. Special lass Fees 1016. 'Quarter cornm menicbg from Date of First Lesson. Full Orchestral Class meets Note Address: 33 DODD STREET, EAST BRUNSeCK.. ~4X Note Address : 33 DODD STREET, EAST BRUNS~ICK(. Coburg Town Council. Extraordinary Election. TO the RATEPAYERS and CITiZENS of the TOWN of COBURG. Ladies and Gentlemen,-Owing to a vacancy having been created in the Council, through the election of Cr. Reynolds to the position of Chairman of the Brunswick and Coburg Tramway Trust. I beg most respectful...

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

Ancient Thermometers. -------b--+-- 'I he earliest tlierilomneters were of the expansion type, and were due to the exertions and research of Galileo. They conlsisted of a glass bulb with a capillary tube attach ed, the bulb being filled with alco hol, which expanded with tem perature, the expansion being indi cated by the movement of the alco hol up or down the capillary. The scale oni the -thermometer was pure ly an arbitrary one, and it was not until Iooke, in 1681, sug gested the melting-point of ice and the boiling point of water that any attempt was miiade to obtain - a fundamental scale of temperature. Thirty years afterwards, in 1714, Fahrenheit suggested his scale. As the Fahrenheit scale is still the -one almnost universally used by Eni lish and Amaeritan engineers, it may be of interest to know how Fahrenheit obtained his scale. The ex:pla:nation generally accepted is due to the late I)r. Gamgee. The lower fixed point of - the scale was deternmilned by a mixture o oin 1v a...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPWRECKED MAZDA LAMPS AND THE SEQUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

SHIPWRECKED MAZDA LAMPS AND THE SEQUEL. The "Electrical Times, "reported, when the "Oceana" foundered some time back, that a number of cases of Mazda lamps. consigned to Bombay Town Hall, went to the bottom. The report concluded by saying that, .'dredging operations are proceeding. and we have not the slightest doubt, that in the event of one of the boxes coming up, its contents would be found in tact." The sequel to this '(ide the "Elec trical Times" sit months later) is. ip. teresting: In a paragraph headed 7'A7 prophecy justified," they state that of 100. Mazda lamps recovered, only 4 per cent. were in any wavdamaged-the remaining 95 per cent. being in perfect conditibin. This is yet another proof that Miazdas are mechanically strong and will withstand rough usage; ·/

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
North Brunswick Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

North Brunswick Progress Association. The fortnightly meeting of the above vmns held in the rooms, tram terminus, Moreland, on Saturday, the President (Mr. P. H. Killeen) in the chair. An amusing letter was received from a lady ratepayer, addressed Mr. "'Kil lean," and complaining of stray cows eating up the flowers in her garden and making the adjoining footpaths filthy. The letter was ordered to be referred to the B3runswick Council. Mr. J. B. Huggan directed atten tion to a lending article in the 'Blruns wick and Coburg Leader,' advocating amalgamation with the City of Mel bourne, and asked what view the Asso ciation took of the matter. He was informed that the Associa tion were heartily in accord with the idea, and that failing the prospect of immediate amnalgamation they Ihad farored the abolition of wariids as a temporary measure, Mr. Alexander, East Brunswick Drainage and Street Improvement As sociation, mentioned that his Associn tion were desirous of having the ques tion of...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Brunswick and Coburg Tramway Trust. ELECTION OF CHAIRMAN. CR. REYNOLDS UNANIMOUSLY CHOSEN. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

Brunswick and Coburg Tramway Trust. ELECTION OF CHAIRM11tAN. CR. REYN fLDS UNNDANUI LLY A. conlieron-It of iiic I i*:.i k ,' nd CoburL Cii .t ils t, t1 1+' in t ide Coa - cil Cithmbrs, liret ti t in "in i ttI T im hub , oil :111d sniit iihe ('e Itt x itti'w o ic l qua1i wat') 0n pe. iHwk us Jout nui n'hilt ls f r un se-:i c i ; i n 0 th1. Mayor 1r1 C'buru i(.r . II c l r,' m:ct rs. lulsht and Kenn, Weba The ',Ivayor ?l ruiinsc i 't 1 " ,'cd tu o pretsido. .t ot*tIiii iils el~neral on;;--·· (iH t 1 -~uiipiitiIiiCnou Ci r. 1,uil nt n.iii el that Ci r Revn "-d noulds h)ý elec"(t,'d ('hannoiln of the Trust. It ttt s U ttitp lt tiinh I ti, r dneise tho spm!i' wr hi(1 e n:d i on ,e fninr theo ('a n-h a can se .e had re 1bt ihm it Cr. C~indi?;s zs well J ual iidp·' it'd t azhepiii tilon h he.might not pou' cchIkal ml knowled of le trio i. : ibt is uniudniout e eoot hf~i,_ý to b t ati' bt ae tuhe electrical: en Cr. iit' titr supported the :motionn i e and felt ,. uredl that Cr. Reynolds'`. ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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CRICKET. SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. BRUNSWICK V. FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

CRICKET. -----»----* SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. BRUNSWICK V. FOOTSOI.AY. This match opened on. the ll'*o'.scray ground on Saturday, on a fast wicket, and the visitors showed their quality by retaining possession of the pitch all the afternoon, and closing their in nings with eight wickets down for 270. Dowling and Hyett started well, al though the latter was a bit lucky in having a couple of lives behind the sticks before he made his 2-. 11,g4, however, was the lion of the occasion, and hit freely and played sp..ndidly for 104 not out. Bridges was the o.e to stay with him and made a bril liant 77 before being caught by Jo hanson" off Addison. Lohrey took the bowling honors with three wickets for 5i6, and the remainder were divided be tween Christian, Addison, Mason and Leeds. The following was the score: Brunswick: First Innings. W. .. Dowling, c Simmons, b Loh rey .... .. ... .......... 40 F. Hyett, b Lohrey ...... .. 24, E. Hogg, not out ..... .... 104 G. Green, c Mason, b Lohrey .. 1 ...

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

COBURG V. MALVERN. Coburg won the toss on their own ground, anid it. looked at first as if they were going to keep their visi tors in the field all day, but the his tory of the innings is summed up to a great extent in the statement that one wvicket was down for 95. and that the total only reached 141. The Coburg skipper took Askew in with him to open the ball, and it looked a most promising partnership, though Askew was not playing his us ius hitting game, which seems to suit him best. When he had just reached double figures he succumbed to one from Denton, and MelroSe Mailer join ed his captain. The two gave an at tractive display of cricket, hitting freely at anything at all loose. In Stranks' score of 55 were a six and several fours. He was finely caught behind the bowler, by one of his own mien fielding as substitute for Pitts, 0",ho had been run into'by Strahks in a close run and temporarily knocked out. Mailer contributed an excellent h2 before heing snapped behind the wicket...

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

Second Elevens SECOND ELEVENS. Coburg. 267, v. Malvern, fire for 95, comnmenced at lMalvern. Principal scor. ors for Coburg were Pearce 69 (thre" 6's). Jackson 40 (seven 4's), Booth 39 and Oliver 29. Page bowled well fo the home team, taking six for 82 ofl 17 overs and Abud- 36 (six 4's) is, s far., their highest scorer. Stanlev tiw for 16 and Pearce one for 6 did the visitors' bowling. Brunswick v. Footscray, at Bruns wick: Brunswick scored 98 (Maine 20 Eaton 19. Ryan 16. Harding 16). Fo Footscray. Johlansen took four for 15, Allawzay three for 26. Footscray mad" 4!3. Cain taking four for 25, Swift twn. for 9, Carlton one for 5. In the se cond innings Brunswick scored 38 without loss (Cain 21, Swift 14).

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

Pampered Lapdogs. The New \loik papers report that a wealthy \woman well known in so ciet v circles t\\u to one of the finest hotels in New York and en gaged a suite of four rooms and three hat? [ for tlire' months.,at £ iC a day. there xwere a i Ving-room, a bedroomn andit a lath for herself, a room and a bath for her maids, a ad a Nedr em aad hathI for her 'ha t dies. as he called her threec rdogs, two ilma an'so and one a Pe kingese spaniel. llising from their satin-lined baskets in the morning, the dogrs are batheld with scented water in the hic white tub. After that comes breakfast with milk and toast. At luncheon the " hab ies are served ii it h lambtd chops and creamed potatoes. ginner consists of a hit of chicken, mashed pota toes. and a dessert of ice-creant or soite croaamv confect ion. The charge for the does is lifty shillings a. day, or more than £pii a fear. It was a lecture delivered by a [earned purveyor of liver pills, and illustrated by diagranms of the frame of ma...

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Scientists Hunt Origin of Life. PROFESSORS DENY THAT HUMAN AGENCY CAN CREATE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

Scientists Hunt Origin of Life. 1'RPR ESSORS IiIKNY V -TH AT .\7' MAN ACENI:Y CAN (HlFELVTE. iTo tihe question (ian l.ife lBE Maode ? the Inenlers of the I trit ish Association for the h st' Dart gavt ia inert at tive response.c In-t -ear a( t this i'a** lroiessor Schafler sta rtled Ithe worlad v hit paper on the oricin of life. anr the tendency vas to believe that somei thing new had loon discovered. In starting the debate Professor Moore said that mian chemists anc I iolo 0i ts thought the problem of life was insolubl e, but it was worth while to remnemuber that the whole of Pasteur and Lister's work arose from the attempt to discover the origin of life. In considering tha;t oorigin ' star must he made in an puiely inorganic..: world, possessing no trace of for ganic matter, eitIhIer lant or ani iral. Oi)d scientists held that the amount m of martter in the uni\ erse n et eral tered, but he set. out the newer axiom that the sume total of matter and energy never alters While matter...

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Statesmen's Diversions. REMINISCENCES OF SALISBURY AND GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

Statesmen's Diversions. I ll \NISCENCES 01' SALISB3URY AND ULAUSTONE. It is not easy to imagine the late Lord Salisbury, so ponderous and so grave, amusing himself and his company by play ing dumb cranteo. the word-guessing game, in which one side have to nat in pant o inme mne word after another, until tIhey find the . right one. An incident, however, related by the lon. Step hone Coleridge in his diverting re miniscences, "Memnories " shows the famous statesmen in a new light. DROLL GAMES. It appears that Sir- Stafford Northcote, afterwards Lord Iddes leigh. was fond of charades, dumb crambo. and such-like diversions. andl one evening, says Mr. Cole ridige. "I remembnner he entered his o(\\n drawing-room during one of these arousing ganmes, on all fours, baaing like a sheep. Soon after wards a clock had to be indiicated somehow in dtumb show. so I w-as selected as being long and light to rlepresent a pendlulum. and Lord Salisbury and Sir Staflord stood on chairs, and holding me un...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMPLETE SHORT STORY. SIR HOGO'S WILL. A TALE OF AN OLD OAK CHEST. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

COMPLETE SHORT STORY. SIR HUGO'S WILL. -------+------- A TALE OF AN OLD OAK CHEST. In a great gloomy, tapestried chamber in his ancestral home of Dacre Towers lay Sir Hugo Dacre, dying. There were three other persons in the room; the family doctor who had just arrived in answer to a hasty message sent by the dying man; a professional nurse; and a young man bearing a slight resem blance to Sir Hugo. For some time before the lawyer's arrival the baro net had seemed to be sinking rapidly, but as soon as he knew the former was in the room a new strength seemed to come to him. Raising himself slightly on his el bow, bh addressed him in clear firm tones : "Put everyone out of the room, Thompson. I want to speak with you alone." The nurse instantly quitted the a partment. A heavy frown darkened the young man's face; he made no attempt to move. The lawyer cros sed over to where he stood by the oriel window. " Pardon me, Mr. Dacre, but your uncle wishes for a private talk with me. Will you k...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Remarkable Feat. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

A Remarkable Feat. lie tena it von V an-hruger, a nilitary airina ii. aai (one of the best gentleman-riders in the Ger man arm-, executed a brilliant feat the other day. lie won the tirst race at Magde burg at two o'clock one afternoon on the steeplechaser .laspis. Then in an armny biplane he ilew to Ber lin, eiehty miles distant, where he landed one hour nnd a half nlater on the Grunewald racecourse. lHe was just in time to jump from his ma chine and get on his own horse The Dragoon, with which he woh the fifth cevent on the card, obtaining the Potsdamr Gold Cup, worth £12.T. The airman, whose victory at Mag deburg and flight to Grunewald only became known to the specta tors when the race was over, ga e hi in a frantic reception, nnd carried himi shoulder high the full length of the paddock. To treat patent shoes so that the cracks are not so apparent, get some fne sanipapeir and rub in the cracks gently; then rub with clean cloth ndll paint the damaged place with black enamel. A l...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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What Careless Surgeons Often Do. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

What Careless Surgeons Often Do. It has quite frequently happcned.,4 that somie patient who has under-, igone an operation finlds he has been enriched by a pair of scis sors, a lancet, a piece of gauze, a finger-ring, or some similar foreign body, which, through .the negl gence of the surgeon or his assist ants,, has been .sewn ulp in the: wound. h1ow it happen's that ce en the best surgeonsj are: thus= frequently ex-' posing- t heirselv es f: tt he' charge o01' gross carelessness or "-evena malprac. lice rai in be more easily accountec forth excused.use - In iup-to the mniinute .hospitils no opertiaon, ihoever. simple;,- is per Sfrmred- by' 1 a surgeoin single-hand ed Usuinlly the operating surgeon is assisted by at least two or three. other doctors three nurses and ax anaesthetist, besides an orderly who carrie'd the ,arious articles, needed back aind fiorth: All the doctors and nurses. are fulley covered from head to foot .in ii white, sterilised linens. Their ihands, arms, faces...

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

A COACH DRIVE. ---+--- "All aord '!" shouted Charlie, with as miiiuch impiortance as if he t'as getting an express traini oil, and forthwith I-the only passenger scramiiibled Iup to the box-seat beside hima. "So long, mates !" Ihe yelled to the little crowd outside the Squat ters' iRest, the long whip cracked, the six horses jumiped into their col lars, ;Iand away we rumbled dlown the twain street and out on to the great plains. Australia's scenery is almost as varied as that of Europe. In parts are snow-covered miountains, hun dreds ofi miles of rich farmingiig dis tricts, and then, right at the back of beyond, cime the vast plains which comprise thie centre o(f the cont irneit. It. as along the edge of these we jouirniyed. Away on emery side, as for is the eye could rachl, st retclhed thlie great expause unbroalen by hill or tree. Nt( Il'I IN I'lTlE NEVERt N-EVER. T'he sun sink sIlowxly towxards the ihorizon, andul tlienisuddenly slid doiIwn behind the edge of the plain in a blaze...

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INDIAN SNAKE-CHARMERS AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

INDIAN SNAKE-CHARMERS AT WORK. The main contention of the snake charmer, whether he be Indian or lied Indian, is that he is absolutely im mune from the bites of the most pois onous snakes, and the manner in which he allows himself to be bitten by a cobra or adder never fails to impress, not only the native, but al so the white man unacquainted with the tricais of these humougs. r'or humbugs they really are, although it must be confessed that they pro vide a very interesting and fascina ting entertainment. As a matter of fact, snake-charmers almost without exception, play either with snakes whose fangs and poison ous glands have been removed, or use non-poisonous reptiles which they pass off as dangerous varieties. And when they have attempted to charm snakes without removing the poison their exhibition has invariably come to a tragic end, and, in spite of their ckill and dexterity in nuaniing, and the supposed magical antidotes which they carry with them. There are really two kinds ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIA TO-DAY. THE STORY OF PROGRESS. A RICH AND EMPTY LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 February 1914

AUSTRALIA TO-DAY. - +-------- THE STORY OF PROGRESS. A RIH AND EMPTY LAND. BY HARRY S. CULLETT. It is frequently remarked that the greatest development of the twen tieth century is to be the reawaken ing of the great Asiatic peoples, and it is forecasted by pessimistic West erners that the millions of the East may, 100 years hence, be the domin ant influence in the world. But those who take this view are surely short-sighted. It is youth that wins and a little study must convince that 100 years hence there should be no more ambitious or more powerful nations in the world than those which are now so rapidly building up in the wide, new, fertile, and, as yet, almost empty regions of the earth. We have seen in a single century what has been done in the United States; we have seen the American people. increase in 100 years from some seven or eight million to near ly 100,000,000. And just as certain is it that in the next 100 years this wonderful performance will be equal led, and possib...

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