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JACKSON'S CUP. EAST BRUNSWICK V. SOUTH BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

JACKSON'S CUP EAST BRUNSWICK V SOUTHI BRUNSWICK. ,tr"?j Owing to the wet weatheri nd sloppy nature of the ground, tliis'liatcli w is adjourned until this afternoon:; , The scores renimin as follows : EAST BRUNSWICK. First Innings. ' Dick, b Newsom . lMerrick, , b BIryant . Kitchiighium, c, b Newssm ... 13 Whe lan, c, b Newsom u.. 1' Grimster, b Bra .. 21 Campbell, c, b Brny S.torie, ,i b Newsom M ii SOaskley, b Bryant ltuhillan, e, b Bryant Saxon, run oui . Hallcbona, not out 2 Sundries ... Total, a .l 0 liowliig. Aeiilysis.-ltyant, .3 wickets for 3G runis; Newsom, I for 17; Brainy for Il . SOUTH BRUNSW10K. First Inlings. Taylor, c, b Dick 0.. O - : rBryant, c, b Whelan . 7 Pierce, c, b Dick ... 2 A,, . O'Loughlin, c, b Dick ... 2 Sinclair, c, b Iallbouc ... b17 hite, c, b Whelan ... n J. O'Loghlin,, c, b Whelan .. - iowe, oh b Whelan . 0 Clough, c, b Hallebone . .' 'ewsoau, inot out ... Bray, i Whelan .. 1 Sulrist Total ... .. 1 44 c r, ·i ai ? S&. in· Innings 'x` _" r; is ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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AGRICULTURE. Tanning Heavy Hides. [?]. B. BRIGGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

AGRICULTURE. I att>iutg 'Heavy. lidics.: - x. B: BRItOB. Tanning and finishing heavy hides for !eather involves a considerable amount of abor, time and patience in the process. Htowever, the amateur need entertain no 2cubte as to his success if he will but care fully follow the directions here given. For wioverting hides into leather, first soak about 1? bours in the following solution : Four gal lons cold, soft water, one half-pint of Hoft soap, and one-half ounce of borax; if the bides have not been salted, add one-half pint of salt. TO IREMOTE THE HAIrs. After soaking, remove the hides to the fol lowing: Five gallons cold, soft water, four quarts of slaked lime, four quarts hard-wood ashes, four nonces or a small handful of thoroughly dried hen-manure. Leave them in this liquor from one to three days, hand ling once rn a while to see if the hair clips off easily. Then remove to the flebshing beam and scrape off the hair, also every par ticle of fleshy or fatty substance from t...

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Flotsam and Jetsam. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

FlotsamI alnd .JetSnIII. A giant named Catoni, who was more than seven feet high and proportionately stout, has jost died in Italy after having collected £500 from a museum in Rome for the right to his skeleton. Trade marks were known in ancient Baby lon. China had them as early as 1000 n. c. They were authorised by Parliament in Eng. land in 300. Guttenberg, the inventor of printing, is said to have had a lawouit over his trade-mark. The British Muuseum has among its treasures an almanae three thousand years old. The days are written in red ink on papyrus, in columns, and under each is a figure, followed by three characters, efgnify. ing the probable state of the weather for that day. Stanielaus Litsevitch, a wealthy citicen of Liubarterff, Russia, who was severely bitten by a mad dog thirty years ago, has lust died I of hpdrophobia, alter frightful torments. The doctors declare that there is no doubt that the original bite was the cause of the disease. The latest invention is a ha...

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Cut Straw For Bedding. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

Cut Straw For Bedding. A German agricultural journal presents some cogent areuments in favor of chopped in place of whole straw for animal bedding. The first coneirtratcon is the economy of it, which rexperimentra have shown to be aboot 15 per cent. Secondly, the comfort of the animal is better eecured. In the use of long straw an even distribution of it will rarely occur, and the animal will be treated to a lumpy cooch. Furthermore, itia for easier to separate the wet and soiled portions of a cot-straw bed from the dry. Also, the chopped bedding is a better absorbent of the animal'e droppings, and there is less waoteol ammonia by evaporatien. It is far mere easily manipulated in the compost heap. Again, as the absorption of fertilising ma terial has been more equal in the short bed ding material, so the compoet heap in turn becomes more uniform and homogeneoue better fortified against external minluences and less given to internal fermentation. This is a point of prime importance, ...

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Outdoor Life and Longevity. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

Outdoor Life :aund Longcvity. Among the centenarians of all nations and all times, eays Dr. Felix L. Oswald, a signilieant plurality were either rustics or city dwellers addicted to outdoor pursuits. Centenarians are remarkably frequent among the bailiff-ridden boors of southern Russia, and the five oldest persons of modern times were careworn, if not abjectly poor villagers. Peter Czartan, who died in a hamlet near Belgrade, 1721, in his 1S5th year; the oRus. sian beguar, Kamartzik, a native of Polotzk, who renached an age of 10:1 ycars, and died in concequence of an accident; the fisherman, Jenkins, who, in spite of life long penury, lived at least a century and a half (the esti mate of his neighbors varying from 155 to 109 yeare); theonegrerr, Trueo, who died in elavery on the plantation of a Tucuman physician. in her 175th yeai, and the day laborer, Thomas Parr, who attained the pretty well authenticated age of 152 years, and who died a few weeks after his removal from country a...

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Dairy Dots. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

Dairy Dots. QoANTITY and qialiy are not neceaearily irreconcilable in milk. Many Jersey cows with large butter records are also noted as large milkers-not large as compared with Holoteins, but large for cows that put butter in their milk; but as a rule very rich butter cows are not great milch cows. Nor is it desirable that they should be, where the object aimed at is butter. In this case the smaller the number of pounds of milk neces. vary to make a pound of butter the better for the butter maker. Ily careful selection and persistent breeding for that purpose it is easily within the power of any first clas breeder to establish two distinct strains of Jerseys, one producing a moderate or emall quantity of milk very riheb in butter; the other giving a copious flow (.10 to 60 pounds at fluabsh) of milk containing a good per cent. of butter. Tnere are conditions in which the larger milkers would be more desirable, because more profitable. But Jersey breeders in general will find their ...

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The Laborers' Houses of Berlin. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

Thle Lablorers' Houscs of Berlin. Some startling and painful facts were br.ught to light at a conference of the So cieties for the Promotion of Morality held r. cently in Berlin. In a paper on tihe housing of the poor in IBerlin it was stated that half of the dwellings consist of one room, to which in some rare cases a small cupboard-like one is attached. In one of these roome are often found eleeping from ten to fifteen pereots, old andt young; 100,000 men and more sleep in cllars and attics. In one house as many as 2000 per. sons are to be found herded together. The number of illegitimate births in Berlin ie six teen per cent., or double the number in Lon don. The prices paid for rooms are very high, and one consequence of this is that very many of the 50 000 prostitutes in Ber lin are received into families as lodgers, with a view of the lessening of tihe rental. They are the ladies of thie house, and both parents and children shun them, and the latter, see ing the idle life thes...

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The Coburg [?] " I am in the place where I am deanded of conscience to speak the trath, and therefore the truth I speak, imp[?] it whoso list." NOVEMBER 5TH, 1890. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

er~y-urtuir ~qby r( 1 in ithe place where I am dlemanded of conscience to speak the truth, andt thcrc- " fore the truth I speak, imnpugir it whoso pi list." at - - - - - co· NOVEMBER 5TH, 1890. at NEWS AND NOTES. Ll The receipts from the offertoury at Holy 1, Trinity Churchl during thle month of October at aiounited to £,28 C. Gd.a News for the boys I The BIrunswick baths willbe o1enied this week, with Ir. Climer. the friend of youthful lovers of aqulatic pIls time, at the heiad of affaiirs once more. The auaual social of tlhe Loyal lRose of Irruiiswick. oIdge, 1O.O.F., will be held in L the 3echanics' lnstitutLe, oiln Modtlray revening antd promises well to be Ia great success. Traisfer of the license cf the True Briton ii hotel, Eliing-street, 3runswick, was grntet I by the Licensing court oiln ednesday from a JoI hn "ounerville to Kate Allen. It A girl anmned Lily Dowling appLeared before Mlessrs.- Walluce 1lemning, anid iLarrisonon 01l Friday, charged with - vagrancy, and was l'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

• 'Tll ,; UoBUUiG. LE.ADEUL." PtiLI.iltI 'i EVERY WEDNESDAY. S At . : . . . .. IlATES' BUILLDINGS, SYDNEY ROAD, COBURG. PRICE-ONE PENNY. To be obtained at Tir LEADER Office, or of Mrs. Summers, News Agent. JOB PRIN'TING .of Every Description executed in the best style. CHIAlGES MODERATE. 1iUL,, particulars of Church Work, to Sg :lthier with reports of procccdings of Friendly Socicties, FIotball, Cricket ani all - A.tlhletic Clubs,will be given in the columnsm -of "T'ru LilADlRt.'?nnd it is-hoped that ^^"^' re"n*"""ril YcTretgri^^-13^^Sytr.c l-*';orr to cater for r.ears in every depart iI.lnt, by . forwarding for insertion all spli:al Ildertiseiencts, alnd according us a 'il:re of tlhcir pi:tronage. Items of interest, ald :any articles intelned for insertion in ,llr in:es '.s ~Olnls, slihoull lie forwarded to thll: Islitor not later tlhan Monday evening, ,,therrwie their publication cannot be guaranteed. Otr cimllunns are open to all intelligent c.irr-?l|' detitls withont respect to ...

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Tale of a Tailless Tabby. She Bobs Up Just as the Minister Strikes an Appropriate Sentence. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

Tale of a Tailless Tabby. She Bobs Up Just as the Minister Strikes an Appropriate Sentence. A large, beautifully-marked eat recently became the favorite of she sexton at a cer tain Congregational church. Stately and sleek, there was but one drawback to her beauty. Sometime in the unwritten history of her life, some unfortunate adventure had resulted in the loss of her caudel appendage. She evidently endeavored to invest the little remaining length with all the proud grace whichhhad characterised the entire feline flag she had erstwhile waved serenely. Theeffect was elightly ludicrous. A Sunday or co since the social tendency of this favored cat aseerted itself, and nith a statlinese of tread which no amount of sub. dued merriment could bring to confusion she took up her line of march, up one side aisle, then across the wide space between pulpit and front pews, the wide centre aisle affording great opportunity for being ob. served; then down the other aisle with grave satisfaction at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

LSTABLItsHEsD 1871. H. BATES, GENERAL CAItRI ER, SYDNEY ROAD, OUGURG. Furuiture lRemouved in Spring Vaus. Two HIoltISE VANS FoIl PICSI. DR. W. P. MURPHY I1IYSICIAN AND, SURGEON, Has comnmenced practice at SYDNEY ROAD, COBURG, (Nesi the Police Stntion), Consultation.;hour, -=9 a.m. to 11 ;a.m. 2.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m.; 6 p.m. to 7.30 p.m ANCORNTA ND GEN E1IAL'P1RO DUCEj SYDNfY' ROAD,- COIURG, Prime Chaff, Oats, fran and Pollard Ialways b ilitstock, .:1 S k.Charges Aloderaste 'IOSlKEC1T', 01" TILE BRUNSWICK STAltl 'BOWKETT 1BUI l)ING ,OCIlETiy ltTo belie' gtstcred-under the flilding Soci.tics Ac Contribution I Shilling per lShare Iper eek ,Enitrsnce Fc;il Shilling per Share.' Shares limitiled to .000. Iach, Sh are, entitles the holder thereof to.a loanu of 100i for 12 yec'rs, Fee of Iitereet ?., Irepayable, in Vi yea"rs: N"'o I'crsoi to hold inore tliai 10 Sii. No Paid up, P1referential or Promoters Shires : ..to be issued. PROVI5lONAI DIRECTORS: Ti .is Clement Est J. ' Sydtney ros I =B...

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VARIETIES. The Tuneful Liar. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

VARIETIES. The Tuncrul Liar. OUT HE WAS A POET. "A poet loved a star.' Whnat donkeys posts are I Tr be had been moro human, 1it would have loved a woman I Glut: T. NIGHT. The evening tor her bath of dew la partially uondreseed; The sun behind a bobtailed flush Is setting in the west; The planets light the heavens with The flash of their cigars; The sky hos put his night-shirt on And buttoned it with stare. TO THiE DOGS. " Throw physic to the doe s," he said. She did. N-tt day the dogs were dead. WHAT 150 WOO. " Ohn, would I were a bird," he esaid, Toroughout the livelong day; And paso ra-by in current slang Said, " So you are-a jay I" Tin PASSINO OF TIIH OTSTE. Now passyth lolsl ye Oyst) r And hin dltens lards, ye Clamme; And comysh Milde Aeporagus, GreenPeaser, aqd young Spring Lambe, But hym y lysres on Pork and Beans, lIyn reeketh no0e a Damme. "IIONIOOIT 01QUI AL PE rSE." King Edward picsed thee gaster up that slipped by sad mischance, 'Fore the noble lords and tadie3 in the maz...

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BRUNSWICK V. BRIGHTON. BRUNSWICK WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

rBRUNSWICiK V iBRIGHTON. o1 floii i n.ir o ii lst 101 i~ ·n ii ~li~,:ii. r ~ici Friir BRUNSWICK, 4WIJNS.b T' tTliiS iiatch'for Boy3le niid Scott'sC Ctip wasi eotitilscd last Saturday, anid re I ed: t ii :i victory for the Brunswick aftiern gr4 itmeont. rTlie tenam mustL be congratulated on the good play they showed. Notable instances being Moore (who bowled splendidly, taking in the second innings 5 wickete for 18) and Smith whose wicket-keeping, without a long-stopl to such howling as McVeran's, was much iadmired. The whole team lshowed well in the field, niotably Buckley, Bragge uand limele. 3leVean and Spalrkes must also be ciongratulated on their play. Thie Brillghton had 3 wickets down for 1, anid the last wicket fell at 105 after much esxcitement, eight of the teimi being cla n bowled. TIhe full scorcs are as follows: BRUNSW1CK. First lonim s. Leitllh, b Reid ... lieaburn, b lid ... 1 11,q Buck'ey, a Ileidt ...it Brme-ge,b leie . i si7ia Sparkes, noit out .. ...20 Buncle A., b...

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HYGIENE. Care of the Eyes. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

HYGIENE. Care of thle Eyes. "A Family Doctor," in CasscFs Family SlAsgaine., gives much wholesome advice in re geec o to e care of the eyes. We make some extracts: Now, the first piece of advice I beg to :ive to one and all. to young aes old, is the : never be wastetul of your powers of sight, never fatigue your eyes if you can avoid it. lBut thl adlvioce r quires snome q alhtication, for exercise of the eyes tends to keep them healthy and young. On the other hand, want of bodily exercise tend to age them, so does indigestion, however caused, intemper ance in anything, whether in eating, drinkieg, working or thinking, a disposition to the icrmation of adipose tissue and neglect of the shin. Of course these are only a few of the causes of early dimness of eight and senile long-sightedness. Some people have naturally weak, or, I might say, tender eyes, that are subject to occaesional attacks of eligiht inflammation, styes, neuralgia, etc. Such people must be extra careful of their sig...

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LITTLE FOLK. Two Little Stockings. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

LI TLE FOLK. Two Little Stockings. Two little etockings hung side by side, Close to the firsplsce broad and wide. " Two I" said Saiet Nick, as down he came, LowdEd with toys and many a game. 1" ,,ho I" said he with a laugh of fun. I'll have no cheating, my pretty one; I know who dwells in this house, my dear; There's only one 1.ttle girl lives here." So he crept up close to the chimney-place, And measured a sock with a eober-face. Just then a wee little note fell out And fluttered low like a bird about " Abla I what's this?" said he in surprise, As he pushed hia specs up close to his eyes, And read the address in a child's rough plan. " Dear Saint Nicholas," so it begun; " The other stocking you see on the wall I have hung for a child named Clara Hall, She's a poor little girl, but very good, So I thought, perhaps, you kindly would Fill up her stocking, too, to-night And help to make her Christmas bright. If you've not enough for both stockings there, Please put all in Clara's, I sh...

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Hygiene Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

Hygiene Itcmns. CELERY acts upon the nervous system, and is a cure for rheumatism and neuralgia. To matoes stimulate the liver, and spinach and the common dandelion (preparedin the same way) have a direct effect on diseases of the kidney. Onions, garlic and olives promote digestion, by stimulating the circulatory sys tem, with the consequent increase of the saliva and gastrio juice. Raw onions are also regarded as a remedy for sleeplessness. and the French believe that onion soup is an excellent tonic in cases of debility of the digestive organs. A FEW words about nuts. They are indi gestible things at best; but if ue must eat them, a little salt taken after, either in water or dry on the tongue, will prevent any ill effects. Nothing we eat needs more thorough mastication than nuts before being fit for the human stomach. If swallowed in too coarse a condition they are apt to make a short stop in some of the narrower passages of the digestive organs with fatal result. EvEnr one shoul...

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Hints to Housekeepers. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

Hints to Housekeepers. Hot sunnshine will remove scorch. I he best liquid for cleaning old brass is a solution of oxalic acid. Kerosene applied to unused stoves will keep them from rusting. A damp cloth dipped in common soda will brighten tinware easily. A few cloves on the pantry shelves will ef fectually driove away ants. Glycerine and lemon juice will whiten the hands. A small piece of charcoal placed in the pot when bWiling cabbage will prevent any disagreeable odor. A piece of soft soap and starch will take stains out of bed ticking. Spread it on the spots, and when dry scrape it off and wash with a damp sponge. To purify a room, set a pitcher of water in the apartment, and in a few hours it will have absorbed all the respired gases in the room, the air of which will become purer, but the water utterly filthy. The colder the water, the greater the capacity to absorb these gases. At the ordinary temperature a pail of water will absorb a pint of carbonic acid gas and several pint...

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THE HOME. Home Making and Home Keeping. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

;' 'V E HOME.' lome Makling and fHomeu IKeeping. Home-what other word in our language is so fraught with vital significance as that one brief word? It imulies love and peace and harmony and happiness and rest-such quiet, calm and holy rest, as no other place on earth can give nu. Who can hear the word spoken without feeling a thrill of all the noblest, purest and holiest emotions of their nature ? What a beautiful and satia factory definition of " home " Charles Swain gives us in the following lines: Home's not merely four square walls, Though with pictures hung and gilded; Home is where afLection calls, Filled with shrines the heart has builded. Home ! go watch the faithful dove, Sailing 'neath the heavens above nus; Home is where there's one to love; Home is where there's one to love us., Home's not merely roof and room. It reed esomething to endear it; Home is where the heart can bloom, Where there's some kind lip to cheer it. What is home, with none to meet, None to welcome, non...

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POLICE NEWS. BRUNSWICK.—WEDNESDAY. Before Messrs. Wallace (chairman), Clement, Fleming, Harrison, Tinning, and Dr.Talbot, J's.P. UNCEAN PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

POLICE NEWS ' tl BRnINsiICK. , ENv + , I Betore Messrs. Wallaco (chairman) I Clement, Fleming, Harrisorn Tin ning, and Dr. Talbot, J's.P..: UNCEANyE 15E£6.i~ Thomas Clarke V. Sifn 1hing, allowing his premises to remain in a uncleanly state. Defindant isa market gardliier residing in' Granthlam street; nid on the 16th insw eii prcuiiea were iii spected and found in an uncleanily state. Inspector Clail e informned the bencli of tii tiltlhy liquids containedl in pits, and general uncleanlineiss whilst Mr. Tay hI's "adjectives were as volnmiiuifi s as ever in describing the place i and, ofl course, the pits were filled with tius and ldirubbish." There were: tio dis tinct charges, but Mr. Evile agreed to withdrew 'noor of tiaese, and a fine Of £3 3-., with £3 36. costs, was inflicted. J ,lin e iiilet e.i eetly, biut used someni Clihnje" tiat swands-d very much like swearing. .He paid the fine iti half crowns, and "ishot " for the door. George Ker. t, for unclean premises, was fined 20s.,...

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Stanley's Iron Rule in Africa. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

Stanley's Iron BRile in Africa., Thomas Stevens gives this report of a con versation he had with Henry MI. Stanley: "Of course I wanted to give all of EImin's people who desired to come out with us a chance to come in, and for this purpose we camped at Kavalie, at the southwest corner - of the Albert Nyanza, from the 14th of February to the 8th of May. To this camp Emin's people began to flock in, among them a number of Egyptian rflixers and Soodaneese soldiers Among these officers Jephson pointed out to me rebels who were known to have been plotting against him. He kept a sharp eye on these gentlemen and soon di.s covered that they were tampering with our men and conspiring against us in our own camp. I at once had the ringleader put under arrest. On him we found criminating correspondence, proving conclusively that he was in the Madhist plot to capture nus all. At this time I was almost reduced to a skeleton by my second attack of gastritis. I ordered a court-martial to try him. H...

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