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A Strange Pilgrimage. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 February 1914

A Strange Pilgrimage. COne of the most ititeresting of tle T'ichienla (Il. China) La mastic Vo pullatioll is a ))tWrson who .e?,v'i\ 'es the al pellation of "Ch'lanl-c'ha-i a. T'his devotee to I.antanisml iPeri-i!i0tms his ilgriniage to lihasa 11n a s-me wi:jt pcculiar inann'r. He lies flut 'ii h;s bIodl, and while thu prIos tratec mlakes a mllark oil the gr'ound with his hand. fie then ris~s, takes three steps to this mar-k and prostrates himself again. This he does every step of the way het ween his home and Lhasa, taking three -cears to do the journey. To acconlplish such a feat, great phy sical endurance is necessary. Three reasons are given for such an ex traorldinary pilgrimage. First, to atone for some great sin commit ted in the past; secondly, to ob tain great. merit and influence as a Lmai; and, thirdly, to make the obltaining of the Iluddlhistic heaven, with all its joys, an absolute cer tainty. Long-sentence ipriso'iers in IPapua, a- ording to the (hournor, h-ivc in s-im...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. CHAPTER I. AN OCEAN MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 February 1914

(All Rights Reserved.) -= THE ? Secret jsIand. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. ----+------- By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "Matthew Quin," "The Curse of the Cardews," etc., etc. CHAPTER I. AN OCEAN MYSTERY. Seven bells had just struck, signl fWing that an hour yet remained of the morning watch, when Dick Valen tine turned ,out of his cabin and mounted to the deck of the Boadicea. With conscious pride his eyes swept fore and aft, resting in turn on the polished, brass railings, the ample deckhouse in the centre, and the fun nel with its tip of crimson. For this finely-built schooner-rigged yacht of about five hundred tons had been his own property less than six months, and the novelty of possession was not even bheginning to wear off. From the deck he climbed to the bridge, where a rugged-featured man was standing alertly. "Good morning, COptain Brand," he said, cordially. "What sort of weather are .we: going to have ?" "Fair. and calm, sir, I think," the skipper replie...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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A Councillor's Duty. To the Editor of the "Brunswick and Coburg Leader." [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 February 1914

A Councillor's Duty.   To the Editor of the "Brunswick and Coburg Leader." Sir.-It, is certainly very refreshing to find some of our local councillors have not forgotten or betrayed their duty to the ratepayers of this city and did their best to preserve the ratepay- ers' pockets from this latest form of exploitation over this steam roller question, not withstanding the sneers and taunts of the daily organs of pri- vilege and monopoly; they stood their ground well, and their attitude proved they were not seeking popular- ity, but right and justice. and deserve the best thanks of the community. On the other hand. we find councillors who are sent to the Council table, not as Protectionists and Freetraders, but as representatives of the whole people of this city holding various ideas of politics. It is certainly a councillor's   duty to work in the interests of all     ratepayers-not for one section only. Yet what do we find, but thes...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Mr. J. C. Lacey and the Leopard. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 February 1914

Mr. J. C. Lacey and the Leopard. Mr. Joseph C. Lacey, who like Lord Byron waked up to find himself fam- ous, is one of the best types of young men that Brunswick has produced. It requires coolness and dash when con- fronted by a leopard at close quar- ters to aim and shoot with precision, and there is no question that the ex- ploit of Mr Lacey stands out pro- minently as a memorable achieve ment. Mr. Lacey is a son of the late ex-Cr. Joseph Lacey, who was admir- ed for his frankness and outspoken- ness. In his day Mr Lacey was a noted rifle shot and had he not in- jured one of his eyes to blindness when shooting, the chances are he would have been selected to go to England with a rifle team. The son is following in his father's footsteps, and apparently he can knock spots off any leopard which rambles about his ricinity. Young Mr Lacey was in South Africa with the second contin- gent undter Colonel Tom Price. and when he returned he joined the Field Artillery. He is of good physique...

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Quebec's New Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914

Quebec's New Industry. T'here is talk ,,t the cstablishment. ?of a new intidustry ii the Province of Quebec-no less than the making of that e!icureant delic:acy, "Devon shire" cream. .As a result of in Sestigation- recently carried out in the ialIoratory of cue ,f the agri cultural colle,.s of this pi'ovince, a leading agricultural authority has come to the co:nclusion that the making of c!lotted! crear:; pre:cicallv identical with the far-anid ro Iluct ,f levons.ire is terlctly .'a sible in ..astern _mm': ma. miryit , is already a flourishiu industry- in "uebec, numi thi' nuakin iif clotted cveam wit i open: up new pos.sibtilities ,f teiopment. Many farmers i the country districts own large herds of Jersey cattie, and are, therefore, in a very favourable po sition for taking u,, this new in iidustry, for, while it is uot at 01l essential that C'hannel Island breeds shall be used, a rich milk is o, course prefe'aile. In the Iare cities and !pi!OulImr s;ull?ruer resorts 'f t!ilmemec ...

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Making Small Coil Springs [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914

Making Small Coil Springs Procure a nut, h:vini" a snmall thread that will admit the size oi the wivre to be uirsol ill mrakin.t the spring. Cut a smrl notch to the deptlh f the threa: vhere tilhe thread bgins. annl procure n snmooth rodi that will pass snugly. through the threads of the nut. Shape one end of the rod to li at n caripenter's brace, if there is no drill chuck at hand, and drill a hole in the other Making SmatI CoiI.Sp~ings. enid :ito admit one end: of: the spring wiire. Be ·:in:d the iire l-.at right ngle :i and inser iit the end in the hole: Pltce. -the ead of'the rod in the nult; which should be gripped in -,ii vice, and tuiri the rod, att the saiime time seeing that the wire is' guiided into the notch cut at :thet beginning oi the threiad. The iiire Will~ follow t he -thread of the nut -: :aiind a,1ike a iperfect spring of anaeven" opening.-A Spencer in '"Popular, M3echanics. '

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Workmen's Ladder Grip. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914

Workmen's Ladder Grip. The accom;panying cuts .show a device being made hby Messrs. A. E. Downes and Sons, 8 (Crystal Avenue MIliddleton St.re?t, Full , for the iuse of joiners. brickl; ay , r's in e'i"es, and w en I ht,,m . r nken . )ne r?rip se ClureS a :ladder S(o tihal thi' 't rong est wind canniot. ,low it. wn Two grips 'ro. ie a sec'.re fon ing fr a ladIier ,n :,,,--;'4s ii Iust ration- whIn!1 .-poiis ae SocU re. To use rn weuden si'oNt placo hook .\ on ladder sie, sprin. (" on inlOer sijfo f c Inadoi-r : tern p'ess tiurnhi pIlat,: !B ,r.'., e't,.e of spout, release quicj I, ani the spikes rr ill ,antor inner sio, of spout and firm!y,- secure the ladder. Tl'he grip is also adanpted for iron spouts, as shown.

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Coburg Police Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914

Coburg Police Court. TUESDAY. IMARCH 3. Before Messrs. Waters, Arthur alnd Sprifghall, J.P.'s.

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Worth a Bullet. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914

Worth a Bullet. In some ren:mi:i5icelnc's of the late 13oer War, f',;lonel .1Kekewich, who 0o rallantly ,dfended Kimberley for 12ti days. tells the following story. One day he was approachd by a privatite. who asked 'tolotiel. ,hen 1i 0 to expect \we are ..oin . to get something to eat?'' "a i:". '." ,~·c.laedi the Coloniel. lit \ttl join [the army imerei to CoL sOmieth tin to et ?t " e!l, that's a!bout the size of it," "epiied the soldier. "litere" said the t'alonCl, calling an otficer, "give this mman somiething to eat. and then have him shot." The oilicer understood the joke. antl replied--"All right. Colonel.'' The private,. however, exhibitedl no alarm, and, turning to the otli cer, said 'lIl me a baum, Captain, stew up a couple of chickens, Iake two tr three pounds of poattoes, fetch a gallon ,o' i.,ecr, and load ye guins: With siiShn i alu mhnat,. the .ian ,ho wotliin't he willing to die is a iitithectini idiot : , heart l- meal wits prepa rid for the soldieCr, alnd the threa...

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DISCHARGING FIREARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914

]ISCHARGILG FI IfRAF MS James F.. Gerat-y was eharged with discharging firearms without. permis sion of the local council. Defendant pleaded guilty. Constable Church said that o .n3rdt of last month Ihe interviewed thie de fendant, who said, 'I suppose you hiave come about. my shootinag oats lIst night.' Hte added tlhat he understowd he was authorised as hle had permis sion to destroy goats trespassing on his property. The defendant's "ro perty was sitiianed about half a mile from Sydney road towards North Es sendon. in Reyinard's road. The bench disisissed the case,. on the ground that the permission from the council to destroy goats was mnislead uIg. They, however, warned the de fendant that- lie must obtain special permission from thile council before dis charging firearms. A RECKLESS MOTORIST. Fredk. Grimbly was charged with riding a mnotor cyclte without a liglht on Sydney road. on 7th February. n~:ud also riding without having a license. Defendant did not appear. * Constable C...

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Underground. MODERN NEW YORK LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914

Underground. MODEIREN NEW YORK LIFE, In an illustrated article in the popular "Mechanics lnMagazine," Mr. Leo L.. Bedding, states that from a Inllion and a half to a million and three-quarters of the residents of New York spend a portion of each day underground, and many thousanllds cUme to the surface so rarely that the light of (lay blinds them when they reach i . Disuiss ine :his ,phase of ,?o,, ern city life., Mr. liteddin continues :--So accuis tmold has New York PorOine to the idea of i iving onderground that only a few days a?o a plublic cele brationll was held when a new under ronld passaeway wns O Op-'irt. T'his newest tunnel, costinc many thonusands of dollars. was dog to civ he phe leople whoi live near the utson Itive'r nnd in the neich bo"rhotd of 181st Street. an op portaltnity to pass beneath the hills from their home to the subway, byo whith means they travel to the lower nci otf Manhattanii Islanid, to Brooklyn, and, i, meons of a tra !sfir', to New Jersey. Unt il t...

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LACE INDUSTRY FOR QUEBEC. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914

I.AcE INDP-TITIY i.'01 QI.EtDEC. To :he uan'::" dtuiri?hic n in u strie oiche n'rmindcren!;in~ of ut I Ic n i t 15 o11c-s' L .l t th?0 m:t?nb at ' rf a;ce, rtniid l e lo ui?.n nm'hi'ner . ms ., a ....n o, a e . Ta lc .e dinu g !,r4itiM'h laer :Mauufv tu",rs. Mr. I. .1. .J:r n. .'. .1 ['.. a 'e \l". .M r N: N(? incUh:: ! I:-, :,.eu thor ithe time is ripe fr the stab lis' .e,: t ,f this iniustry i{i the I an'diin lcininien. It is tho1ught that thie .arlt' at present in force is scarcely high enough to wxarrant such an undertaking without some Government concession, but hopes are entertained that such a con c.ession may be secured as to en sure the founding of a lace indus try in the Province of Quebec on a profltable basis. The magnificent water powers of this province great Is fc our manufacturingi enterprise,

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Brunswick City Council. MONDAY, MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914

Brunswick City Council. 4.--- - - I(MONDI)At oMARC'IC 2. Present: Cr. Ialfe (in the chair), and ('r. Johnson, Allard, Hiekford, Phillips. and later the Mayor (Cr. Millwnrd) and Cr. Jewell, MTL.A. The following cor,'reslpondencee was dealt with: Fron Mr. A\. PeInrsui, chairan'n of thiit .Minimum Allot mtlnt Antii-Slum anIi H-ouishtt C'irusadxt C'onllllittee, sttat. ilg that the Jiritish a\ssociation Ihis asked I ,'. W. 1i. Davidge, F.S.I. ( Lo,.o C'ountiy Ctouncil). to addre'ss it a- ,ydn'y and .Melhourne on Town Plantnit itt I\tgust nextt tnd subse qtIenti t tthose grthertings it is ipro p st d ii itr''tangt ' for it Sties of lah - t'nt h'ltu'res Ihy ti'. )avidge anid Mrt CIRIrh-'s C. Henode, organ:iser of the Aust.ratitnn TIowit Pi-nini g Tour. BIloth 14'. l)Da'idte and IiT. Reide are will inl toi undertake thlie lectures without fee or clharge' otiher than nactual out ()f-'<cket exp,.nses whilst in Vhcto'ia, iandi the lectures wc ill deal with mtioderni town pil nning i...

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He Liked Oysters. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914

He Liked Oysters.. -- - -i-- - ..?u ·.',, "'When I was in the produce busi hess years ago," said an old- mer chant, '"I had, among., -myx"y country sii : Gpepe rma c;eia b .theo name of cj b SnydeSier. H did hii-ot:' oiten come to the cdi, utlint hen he did it was. a great occsi;fon with him, and he expected soome attention. So one morning, when he turned up in my slhop about ten: o: clock, .I said to him .:-- - , -': " 'Jacob,: you must- have i;nmade an early start. to: get ,here. so soon. How -would . ou like; :to ha::ae a: bit of -.Iunch right a'way a Do 3ou like oysters ?'".: .' ;y,' I he :sail, ' I coultet at few oysters.' ""So nie "ent round to a neigth bouring oyster lar, ;-and 1 or:ere-ed two stews. ".'Now, .1 at obh said -T, '-hile ~ei are waiting, wth'it do 3oui sav to some raw ?' " Vell, he replied;. 'I don"t ?mi.nd . So we -'had . hialf ai dozen ra~ apiece,- and :.ast 'te'stews htid not. yet come, we hadl> another ht~:l: a dozen on the hialf-shell ., _:..:.::::I: ,"Wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914

Professional Column. Miss Ethe Browne, SOPRANO VOCALIST. Teacher of \Music, Singing, and Voice Production.. 144 Blytli Street, Brunswick. .SINGING. Voice Culture & Production Careful & Thorough Tuition Terms Moderate. V. Powell, 81 Albion St., West Brunswic l MISS M. S. PARKHURST D.M.S.V. A.LC.M. (Registered Highest Grade) Teacher of Singing, Pianoforte, Violin, Harmony, Etc. Pupils prepared All Examinations. Visits Marks Bros. Moreland School of Music, also Branch Shop 334 SYDNEY ROAD BRUNSWICK. At Allan's Collins Street, City, Wednes days. Private Address: 123 PARK ST. PARKVILLE. Terms Moderate. PIANOFORTE. Miss A. Beatrice SchultE L,T.C.L Teacher of Pianoforte and Theory. SPupils prepared for Examinations. 'Phone: Brunswick, 332. 131 THE GROVE, COBURG. MR. W. GRAHAM WEIR, EXPERT PROFESSOR of VOICE CULTURE, AND Miss Vera Wfeir, DISTINGUISHED YOUNG VIOLINISTE, Receive pupils at 400 SYDNEY ROAD. QINGING, Elocution, Piano. Violin (Man Sby ISystem), Theory, Circulars, ...

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The Unsanitary Roller Towel. OFFICIAL EDICTS SENDS THEM OUT OF FEDERAL BUILDINGS THROUGHOUT COUNTRY—DEALERS IN PAPER TOWELS PREPARE TO MEET INCREASED DEMAND. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914

The Unsanitary Roller Towel. ----+------e--- (VFT"CI.A-. 1:.1IC'ITS SEN IDS TIT'E3M )iQT o- [-'h:tl'AL IUIIDININ:S "T'I lio~llf; TI? "[ O'(NTHY - DE.vLoI':;A < Is N iP ' TO\EVL:Ls PHEC."\lE. TIO 17E:IET IT(.;IEAS 1'1) Ili "lAND. 'Friend1s and users iof sme iof the' tine wornii and nlniost hiistoric roller torels in he la atories cif the ("r1; t.iu Iun-.t Slu-Treniimr'- and ot he federal e,?, :-ilnwe:, hmidines hear'd with unu.oenont lat. week bat bie 'se of ahe at lt Ihes had b'en l1:ci, tinder the iun of :r?u lentiial dis tp":tr 't a , and that thOr " m auistN ie" r .to other ilnlcais f rerrn\ tu\ i. thl? dim!ipiess fol hwin, r teir- a in ins. The first blow wn. strasniatk the I roller towels in thr buihihh wtVicih a.re con1trolled by the Treasu.:'v I?e ljartment, utrt lhere 'wild te cape ior the roller t:.-owel.h at..:y.her when the bun grets .n:, frill w, rk ir.g order. 'The news was 'e,,',iu'c fin t'ie forrm of an o(ii'ial nOrdul,, from William G. 3M-A.don, ,&...

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An Apostle of Peace. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914

J?-8tt vi ci\,t artti ,,obutrg PUBLISHED ON FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914 An Apostle of Peace. It is a high-sounding and attractive title, which seems byr common consent to lhave been conferrted on our latest visitor from the United States, I'ro fessor D. S. Joranin of the [nlandl Stanford I'niver-sityv Californiai. Tlhere can he no doubt iwhateve tlat P rofes sor Jordan is an entlihusiast in the cause of universal pece, but, like ninny enthusiasts. he has been narried away by his desires and Ihas come to regard as easily aiainable what the nmajority of men reiard as a wild dream of a very distant future. It will be noticed that the liqiuor pro hibitionist regards the abolition of all hotel licenses as merely a maiiter of a year or so. and whether wilfully or naturally is blind to the ohrious diff cunlties in the path of such a drastic reform. So with Professor Jordan. The drink traffice may certainly he con trolled, its conitiion improved, but it will never he abolished (de...

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Tiger in a Balloon. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914

Tiger in a Balloon. r1ussian papers from the Far- aslt report (says the "Daily Citizen") a i thrilling adventure of American bal looni-ts with ai tiger. Accompan lied by his tinncee, Mr. Vobster; .ranr American airman, "Well.. known-" it Siberia, about, a fortnight )ago. m nadce an ascent fromn- Vladivostock wiith the intentioh -cf reaching Kf~hia harovsk, a town on the Amiur.; The balaloon was. oi small one;, :uneqliip peal wtith a riplig valve for :-easy descenis. The ' weather,: however. proved. unfavourable, -and:. the airmani resofired to. land :He: accomplished the descent, and, as -tlie balloon i nealred the ground, jumlped out, liol.d uig thc-tran .rope, intending to:drag the hllaloo down io earth: and as I i-t the girl to descend-- A-s soon .as he had' junilped however, he Eo ticedt i- Siberiani tiger, which jump edi over :the -American, who hadi ttihrown himself on the ground, sprang at t.:the :.car anid remained hanging while- the balloon reascended. Mr. Foibster had no w...

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Laconic Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914

Laconic Letters. I: Sume amusing instances of laconic letters are given by Mr. Seton in his "Gossip About Letters. and' Le.tter-Writers." Lord Berkeley nrote to the Duke of Dorset: "lMy dear Dorset,-XI have just been mar Sriod, and amt the happiest dog alive. -Berkeeie." And got for answer. " 3Iy ele r icrke!ley, -Every dog has his day I--Dorset." 3A young fellow at college wrote i to his uncle, on whom he entirely depended, "My'3. dear UJncle,-Ready for the needfuL-Your affectionate niephew." - The uncle replied, " .My dear Nephew,-The needful is ..not ready.--Your affectionate-. ULndce. " It is pleasant that affection should surviv e pecuni ry--'embatrassmisent kas it:i did i? the d?se ox :f Sa?huel Focte's --mother:=: itd -himself Mv:i-?t dea r Son,-- am -in prison for debti Come and assist ' your:_ loing mother.-E. Foote. ."'Dear Mother, -So am I, which prevents his dut" being paid to his lov-ing mother by her affectionate son, Sam Foote.' An English nobleman was in love with a ...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914

Personal. Messrs. William Spence McAlpine and Thomas Reynolds were duly nom inated on Monday as candidates for the extraordinary vacancy in the Co burg Council caused by the appoint ment of Cr. Reynolds to the chair manship of the Brunswick and Coburg Tramway Trust. At, the meeting of the Brunswick Council on Monday Cr. Phillips mov ed that a letter of condolence and sym papthy be sent to the relatives of Mr Allunm, of Albion street., who had died ., the age of ninety years. The friends of Cr. and Mrs. Wax man, in conjunction with the More land State School Social Committee. will tender them a Welcome Home in the schoolroom. De Carle street, on Saturday, 14t.h March. A presenta tion will be made to Mrs. Waxmnan. Connolly's Band has been engaged, and everyl:vthing points to a pleasant evening. The Rev. F. W. Newton, the new incumbent of Holy Trinity, Coburg, is fast winning his way to the hearts of his congregation. He has been ex tremely popular in all his previous parishes. Miss Ed...

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