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UNNEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

UNINEIGHBORLY NEIGH BORS: A ipeculiar case of assault occupied theiittbenion if the B3ruiiswick 'Police' Court on Wediiesday, wcii an elderly mlau, named Ediward Fit cclhi piroieded' against Alexander Sdniervile , who appeared before: the eIench, bi iring a douple of medals on hiis breast,:fbri unlaw itlly assaiulting hm F'rim the evidence of cuimplaiiiaitn iti appeared that on the evening of 11Ith insti he wias sitting iin a ii ao t honii, when be heard e kniock ' it " th dor His lad went and ins vered the knock, and as a result 'got' ksockeldilbuir by, defendant whou rushed in and also struck plain tiff, without' cause wli'itevei. '-;Tle parties lived close togethier ;Ad l1ild not spoken to each otherlc for tlhree days. Mr. Shannon, who lappeared I f ortla defendant, asked :Do yoi drinkl?' Witness : Oh, I likoe aglss Do you ever get drunk ? Occi'ion ally. What do you call occasionally. Every ilay.io the week ?--No; now and again Well, is it not a fact tnhat you get drunk and wialk...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOSPITAL SUNDAY. BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

HOSPITAL SUNDAY-. 13RUNSWTICK. ,l sd. Once smore Hosptal t Sunda H eralded by wet reather,dand the prog- t riostications of those iwho were positive of riin on CharityDay were once miore fully -reaised: It was generally felt that the collections made this year would be far below the usual standard, 1 .for divers reasons, the principal of which was lthei depressing influence of the strike: Hundreds of men, yea thousands, have been thrown out of enmploynient for vant of, coal, and other needs which have arisen, owing to the long-pending ettlenent of the dispute, and it was only reaisonable to surmise that a retro Y gressive tendency would be shown in the donations., Sipplily, however, such was niot the ca1 cse aind MelboUrne once more upheld ' the natie whiich it liolds for philanthropy and geoodness- Throughout the city and 'suburbs the - majority of the churches showed an improvement on those of last year, and, whilst the amounts -received through outdoor agencies were lot quite so ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FAWKNER PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

THE ::FAWKNERi PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH.' ? The prettily situated church of, the Primitive ' Metliodist: denoniination at Fauikner clelibrated? is hhnniversairy oi Suindaly last, when sp laFseriiis witere preached mnorning aiid eveiing. The Rev.1. H. Cain; who,b :whilst at Brunsivick, 'abined the anoe of in earnest aind eloqueit preacher, oliciated in the mortniig; .ind ichose is the subject of his discourse the texll, All the sinits salute you;: chiefly: tlihiv ywho are of C isir's lioni-culild" (Ph1ll Ili Sr' v.) lii theevuining the Rilv A Jolly of Coubirg, occupied thi pulpit soid tie livered 'n iinterestin" sernon fronti the nfords,' And ihe shtewed tue' pur'eriier of .Waterof Life, clear as 'crystul pt3o ceedin, out of the throne of God 'and of ,the' Lamb (Rei`: "2 cli 1 Y"-°n Tuesdy following saw` the annual tea and the"Rev. 1 H. Caii, within whiosei circuit the church contee hadl the pleasure of meeting anid receiving cordial greetings from nmany old frienids .of Coibnrg an...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARMFIELD AND CROSS' TROPHIES. SOUTH BRUNSWICK V. BRUNSWICK. SOUTH BRUNSWICK WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

ARMFIELD AND CROSS' TROPHIES SOUTH BRUNSWICK V. BRUNSWICK   SOUTH BRUNSWICK WINSS This match was continued on Sa-   turday last on the ground of the South. The South who had lost 6 wickets for 67 runs, continued their innings, and succeeded in making 125.The   Brunswick followed; but only succeeded in making 30, of which Robertson made 17, South winning by 14e. Appended are the full scores:-   SOUTH BRUNSWICK.   Pobjoy J., c,b Foster ... 3 Appleby, W., lbw, b Hawkes ... 37 Robertson R., run out ... 1 Fitzgerald, b Foster ... 15 Anderson, b " ... 9 Landells, b Crawford ... 27 Gordon,b " ...12     Foster, b Robertson ... 4 Taylor b Crawford ... 9 Morrish b Robertson ... 1 Malone, not out ... 3 Sundries ... ... 1 Total ... ... 122 Brunswick - Foster, 3 for 36; Crawford, 3 for 25; Hawkes, 1 for 13; Robertson, 2 for 13. BRUNSWICK         &...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FALSE DECLARATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

FALSE DECLARATION. A man named Henry J. Gainge appeared on remand from Brunswick at the North Melbourne court on Monday charged with making a false declaration. The Crown was represented by Inspec tor Brown, and prisoner pleaded guilty. The following evidence however, was taken: May Sophia Press said she lived at Brunswick. She met the prisoner in Tasmania in 1879, and when he left for Victoria she followed him and took situation in the family of Mr. McCracken at Ascot Vale. While there prisoner courted her, and she con sented to marry him. One evening, 5th October, 1879, he took her to a registry office in Fitzroy, and they were married as she thought, there being several other people present. A docnument was handed to her by the prisoner which she believed con tained her marriage lines. It transpired at this stage that witness could neither read nor write. Her supposed marriage lines had been taken away from her by prisoner three months ago. There were six children by the marriage...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Novelist. The Mystery of the Inn; OR, THE DISCOVERY IN THE HIDDEN CHAMBER. A STORY OF TREACHERY, CRIME, AND REMORSE. CHAPTER XXV. MARK FELT. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 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 XXV. MARK FELT. Subjected as I have been in the last three hours to distress and turmoil, I was delighted to find mademoiselle asleep, and to behold her peaceful face. Gazing at it, and noting the happy smile which unconsciously lingered on her lips, I could not but feel that, despite the hideous revelations which lay before her, her lot was an enviable one, allied as it promised to be with that of one of such high principles as the marquis. Though I am old now, and have had my day, the love of the innocent and pure is sacred to me, and in this case it certainly has the charm of a spotless lily blooming in the jaws of hell. As it was late and I was almost ex- hausted, I began to think of rest. But my uneasiness in regard to madame would not let me sleep till I had made anoth...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANOTHER MUFF MATCH. WITH A MUCH MUFF RHY ME [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

ANOTHER MUFF MATCH. WITH A MUCIH MULF R IHYME 1Y THiE llnows 'UN. Cup week always brings with it, alaek of neiiws ;ieople are too busyto "burg le" houses,. 6r even commit. suicide, and e leunce che. poor scribe findetli it often very .necessary to seek for news with scissors and paste. To-day-we write the day before the Cup-the printer is exceedingly ravenous; e'en now we feel his beery breath upon us, and in deep sepulchral tones he crieth out, " Copy '!" We munst get in advance nf him. Al.1 apyif - tlhuieht !..let tis write of Lthe nuilf n fatchl at Usburg, last Wednesday; let us write a pomce! We write. (Ten tlhousandl furies IIon that printer's head.) How will this sound: 'iTle trailesmen have met once again, sir., The East iand the West, have shown light, And for once the poor wrcti hald a show, sir "We aIre waitilng for t hem to-.nigtit.' Yes; that sounds very well, it's a regu lar dead bird. Bui hark ! list to sound i of the Iprinter's cloven hoof coming up tlit'ataire. W o m...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
He Got It. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

Hle Got It. SOne of our Members of Parliament was re quested the other day by one of his constitu ents to give him a recommendation in writ. ing, by means of which he hoped to secure a situatinu as watchman, or something equally important. Mr. Blank complied with readl dees, at he knew the man to be capable and trustworthy. In fact, the "certieicate of character "was so exceptionally complimen. tary and set forth Brown's qualifications in such glowing terms, that, turning to Mr. Blank, he said : "Look here, can't you give me some thing to do, yourself on that recommenda tion 1" It took some time on the part of Mr. Blank to explain that just now he possessed not very much influence. "I Tnror your picture is just heavenly I" "Perhaps that is why it is skyed." IT is no use to fret about the inevitable, but sometimes it helps to pass away the time. A rieascrea: " Dorothy, I think you are dreadfully extravagant to buy all those things." "But, my dear Rufos, I had them oharged."' " WuAT i...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. "OUR WORK." [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. "OUR WORK." A decided innovation has lately been introduced by the Board of Guardians at H-Ioly T'rinity, Coburg, and one which we have no hesitation in saying cannot fail to create a considerable amount of interest in the church. This consists in the publication of a small four-page octavo journal at the lirst of every month containing a record of all things appertaining to tihe church which have transpired during the previous monthi. Various little sab jects affording information to mmem bers are chronicled, and from a general view good service is undoubtedly efllfected by this production, which is distributed gratis. Mr. F. J. Brett is tihe editor, anti announces tlhat any donations towards the carrying on of "Our \Work" will be thanklully re ceived and acknowledged. 'There.are many other suburban clilurclles which follow the practice of publishing a monthly chronicle of news and notes solely applying to their work, and good results and a lively in terest hav...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMONGST THE COUNCILS. BRUNSWICK.—MONDAY. Present—Crs. Fleming (Mayor), Driscoll, King, Fraser, Phillips and Trenoweth. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

AMONGST THE COUNCILS. IBRUNSWICK.- MoNIeA. Present-Crs. Fleming (Mayor), Drisi cull, King, Flraser, Phillips aiid Trenowtslh. tconrnls~uirioN See 'FromSaniltary nginieeuring Coli pay, oliering to execute the followiug work at a schedule rate submitted : Disinfecting and furnigating houIses wheireS any con tagious diseases ihas occurred providing ambulannce:to convey typhoid patients to the hospital; and the repairing of cess ipais by a new process. The letter was ti( received, and referred to the .'public be works comniittee. as From Thonmas G(reenoilgh, "accepting offer of council ie land reejuire l for on dmraining Victoriai-grovo. Received... be Fronm J. W. Barrow calling attention pr to the condition of ribght-of-way at rear co of Cassell's-roid, and comrplaining thlat st: althoughl the .greater portion of thie ta money had been paid several rnotlhs en ago, notliing had been done. The lIne was in such a disgriceful siatse there mi was every likelihood of another outbreak th unle...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ABDUCTION OF A CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

ABDUCTION OF A CHILD.: A peculiar case of child abduction was reported to Constable Wilcox, of Bruns wick police, on Thur day,, by a Mrs. Ellen Gilbert, who resides with iher tl husband atMountfield-street. It appears, c from the statenmeint made by hler, tlhati on the afternioon of the date ,meiitioned: she visiced the houis of; a friend, named Eccles, at Brunswick-road west, thking ti with her an adopted boy,5 years of age. ii Whilst returning home, at about i.45, in coilpantiy withi lier sister-in-laiw anditd just o as they were passing Mackay-street, two young iisn of the larrikii t3ype drove up in a gaudil3y-painted spring cart. Hastily C aligliitig, oie of1 tlenm struel blioh the women over the head, whilst the tither seized the, child,' and, throwing him ruthlessly iito the cart, put the horse I to a gallop sid sped aiway. Dlrs. Gil bert, who was greatly excited, could not follow, and informiing the police of the occurence, took out a warrant for the I arrest of the muen. Fro...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTS AND PASTIMES. CRICKET MEMS. BOYLE AND SCOTT'S CUP. COBURG V. MALVERN. MALVERN WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. °`t `CRI`CEZOKET ME1S. atd :rod B9)s~ LEiAU J) SCOT'S'" :CU .pd i.ndj~ OOUiTRG V..MALVERN. nafm bpsr- . 's i Ine JAei md 1W,?-l1A'L ErNICW.INS.I-; Ir( "q or .'.I r" ff tlr tlbuA~ Satnirdaytid HiS e "F'iwthneT (chlsidnh o the matelletween, bi ug and llaver ,, and cricketers .were favoredr withta gloriously- line-day, comparing favorably - with the previous week's clouds and rain. The wicket was in splendid order,. the ground looked well, and everything betokened a good afternoon for all con cerned. When aInst the tumpps were drawn, the Malvern had scored 21 out of the 95 required to win, withtout the loss of a wicket., and the chances of success on thle part of the houte team seemed inevitably small. Very little hope was expressed of victory reimaining witih Coburg, and supporters of the club who Iheld this opinion found thle truth of the old saying, "Blcssed is hie who expecteth little, for lie shall not he disappointed." On play being commenced, Williams and Fu...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Use of Salt. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

Use of Salt. In many cases of disordered stomach, a teaspoonful of salf is a certain cure. In the violent internal aching, termed colic, add a teaspoonful of salt to a pint of cold water, drink it and go to bed; it is one of the speediest remedies known. The came will revive a person wno seems almost dead from receiving a heavy fall, etc. TIn an apoplectio fit, no time should hbe lost in pouring down salt water, if sullicient sensibility remains to allow of swallowing; if not, the head must be sponged with cold water with mustard added, and the lege briskly rubbed, all bandages removed from the neck, and a cool apartment procured if poosible. In many cases of bleeding at the longo, when other remedies fail, Dr. IlRush found two teaspoonfuls of salt completely stayed the blood. In case of a bite from a mad dog. wash the part with strong brine for an hour, then bind on some salt with a rag. In toothache, warm salt and water held to the part, and renewed two or three times will relieve...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A TERRIBLE RIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

A TERRIBLE- RIDE. - \ Ib If two persons from the fact of having met before, might disp nee with the ceremony of h introduction in nine cases out of ten, vmy , readers would not need a word of prclace f : from me, but would not be content with my y proceeding with my sror at once. In fact, I shall do so, after a brief d. scription of my- a self, not as I am, but as it is my wont to ap- s, pear in public. Are you living in the country? Then the y chances are that at a not very remote hour a you have seen, prowling about the neighbor- I hood, a man who might have been a tramp, r a bricklayer out of work, an ex-pugilist, a a dog-stealer-any one or all of these, as his dress would present astrange combination as to utterly confound your attempt p to guess the particular grade to which the Ptranger belonged. The man was Detective 3 Trace. Are you a resident of the West end, who know by heart the faces of those whom you c meet during your promenades in Iltgent- h etreet and the parks ? If ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cooking Recipes. TEA BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 5 November 1890

SCookinig Itecicpes. TEA 1nt7AD. Three eggs, one tablelspoonful of sugar, one coffeecup of flour, two olffe-cups of Indian meal, d cups of buttermilk. one tea.poonful of soda and one table=poonful of lard. P: UND CAKE. One and one-balf cups of flour, one cup of butter (scant), one cup of eggs, 1. cups of sugar. Beat butter and flour to a cream, beat eggs and sugar very light, put all to. gether, stir until smooth, flavor to taste; will keep a long time. QUICO LOAF CAFE. Beat two eggs with two cupfuls of sugar, one cf butter and one of milk; add two cup. fult of raisins, half a cupful of bshredded citron, four cuplule of flour sifted with two teaspoonfuls of cream tartar, and one tea spoonful of coda diaaolvedin a very little hot water. Bake at once. LTO\tAISc: POTATOCO. Twelve polafees boiled till nearly done; when cold, alice or cut into dice. Chop fine one onion. Pot a tableoponful of buttr in the skillet; put in the onion and let it fry two minutes. Add the potato dice. Stir cons...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Laugh and Grow Fat." [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 12 November 1890

"Laugth and Croin Fat.' Ay, laugh andl grow fat I IFull often a chat I .roves more potent than potion; Iiauehter acts on the heart, Gives the blood a fresh' start And a vi.orous motion." 'iYea, laugh and grow fat 'Care," you know, "hills a cat "? It will' you if you let it Thlere's no surer relief For many a grief - Thar n to lau!gh and forget it. SYes,laugh and grow fat ! Th ough some sceptic liereat i May scoff, wholesome laughter Dotllh body and soul, Mind and mortals, control; They are a beLtter after. Then laugh and grow fat I Don't ie prim and"a' that;" \hy sholhl features be lengthened ? Just emile till you're heard And I pledge you my word You'll be gladdened and strengthened.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
If Only Men Would Love Self Less. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 12 November 1890

If Only Men Would Love Self Less. If only men would love self less,' And love'each othermore, ' The lips that curse would often bless, The hand that strikes would oft caress, And healed were every sore. If those we love, loved us in turn, What could we ask for more? But when a friend for whom we yearn rroves false, or doth our friendship spurn, The soul grows sad and sore. If men were but content to seem Themselves, and seem no more; If men sawless their brother's beam; If men had less of self-esteem, Why should a soul be sore ? If men were generous, noble, true, , , " Sorrow would slay no more; If men would do the right they knew, Tears would dry like the morning dew,?. And healed were every sore.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POETRY. Not Here. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 12 November 1890

POETRY. ol NWicrec. There will be toichlange i nature's face, The flowers will bloom as fair, The birds will warble4forth their songs . Though we.may not be here. The moon will shine as bright o'erhead The stars will gem the&sky;' People will fondly gaze at them. BEt-neither you nor I. And those we loved and claimed as ours :. Sme other love maylcarn; The eyes in which we fondly gaze To others' eyes may trn ; The hands wchose tonch to us is dear, To'others give caress, - Adl all that nmde life dear,to us . May soon ailother bless. Yet s:me time. e'en a lwhispered word Thosd other lips may say a Will bring, perhaps, a th:oightof us, Though we are far away. :" The wolrd, perchance, may be the samne '. Our lips have uttered low; They bring once more the love so dear; ` i Known in the ! Long ago." Xeverqp.ite lest theacts we do, As o'er life's path we psss ; Ius some hearts the seed wesow Lives, like springing grass. Wlhen we from earth have passed away And deal seems each regre...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOYAL BRUNSWICK SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 12 November 1890

LovALBRiUlsWICK SOCIAL, L OOne'of" the ' -strongest 'branch lo6dges( in Bru nswickisthat Iof the Loyal liruiis rick'II.o.F? 0 i ad the innual social in connection wli'th lIthis', body always passes off vell. Unider these circhumstanice it was not surprisoing to fid that oni Mon dayi evening a very I irge gatliering'h?d iset to celebrate .inotherd.ainiversary by; a social'heldI in the Mechanics Institute. For many ears' past their annual re -nions have been held ini: thl toBn: halljbut the suporior advantage ofi a .capital floor, which the Mechanics Institute possesses, was too great to be lost sight of, and the scene of' :festiviti was therefore transferred to the smaller but more suitable building. In order , that full accommodationi might be provided for those memberl; who could not dance, the ante-rooms were also secured, and thus tie comfort of visitors was in every way'attended to'. Abut 8 o'clock a start was made, andd dancing,. interspersed' with soiing, rl continued until 2 ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 12 November 1890

i;The origin of sorcerers. according to one of our ccntemporarics, is thus explntained by the negroes of Senegambia: "At tihe time of the confusion of tongues at Babel night came on suddenly, and everybody 'was fatigued. All sot'out very thirsty for their camping ground. On the way they came to a stLeamt of blood, over which the greater number passed, and thin name to a stream of water, with which they quenched their thirot, and from these ordinary men are deFcended. But others, presssd by thirst.drank of tihe stream of blood, and from these came the sorcerers, wi-o can leavo their bodies, ily likG birdr, transform themselves into a thousand dif ferent rhapes, play all sorts of miEchievous trir?s on mankind, etc. To them are due the strange necturnal sounds which terrify thle negroes and keep them shut up in their huts. But by exclaiming, ' We are eating salt,'a sorcerer can be driven away. Salt is a specifie against all Satanic influences, and one can discover a sorcerer in any gro...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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