ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Coburg Leader, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 43,799 items from Coburg Leader, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
43,799 results
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

SOUTIIEIIN PROVINCE ELECTION COBURG DIVISION. W. i. FITZGERALD MOORE'S COMMITTEE ROM0.iS, NEXT COMMERCIAL BANK, SYDNEY ROAD, Whcre Rolls can be inspected and informa tion supplied oni application to F. T. AXFORD, Sec. L EG ISLATI VE COUNCIL. SOUTHERN PROVINCE ELECTION. As I understand a report is being circu lated that I do not intend to persevere with my candidature, I take this opportunity of informing the electors that I shall assuredly go to the poll. Ccntral committee-rooms are opened at the oliice of Messrs. Grigg and Kimberley, corner of Collins and William streets. THOMAS BRUNTON. W. IH. LATTY, (General Secretary. August 5th, 1890. WES T 'IJDING ELBO ; IOs N OTE FOR -' ," B R.- G H U N DY, And secure tlhe eccltiii of an I NDE PE N:ENT CANDIDA T E. POLLIN DAY RSDAY UG. 14 SIIRL E O\ COBUIRG. VOTEc OR1 TIHOS. FISOIIHER, And? sesre the Advanceent of Coburg. POLLING DAY ITIIURSDAY, AUG. 11. tlOTILE ELECTORS o(.the SOUTILERN S - PROVINCE. Gentlemen, My term of office as one of yo...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET NEWS. ARMFIELD'S CUP. LAST SATURDAY'S PLAY. BRUNSWICK V. ST. GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

CRICKET NEWS. ARMFIELD'S CUP. LAST. SATURDAY'S PLAY. .UnuswBr o v.SrT. G.EORGE. ..Tlie match ; between: the nabovenanmed clubs was. ;c noluded on- Saturday last, andi resulted lin ai dcecisive 1victory for the St. Geoirged by 15 run. At the latter art oftlhe St. George'i innings, O.. Moore abowled. with ,great success, doing the " hat":trick.- The batting of the' Brunswicl;k was' feeble in, ilia ex treme, thteir second ,innings closing for the miserable, total of 24, of ,which G. Moore' made''11 : The following are the' full scores- . . ORGE. First' Innings. ',:: iriice, b EVa :. .: I '[Gibbair d b Anderson, .. '.,.-3.. 7 , I. Ifellino, st, b Anderson . i G.' Elmslie b WVe'rn I . VW. Elmslie, thron?s; oiut at 0.:, . Cattach, bJackson; .'; , "Wright, e and b Jackson D. Hellings b vn 30 MVe'n -.';0JO:.; HIltchinson?i bI?' ?" It::. 1;'`' r l'ýiahon, b Moore . ,r Auty, n .ot out Total 93 Bowling Analysis I-Moore 1 for 0A tndor son 2 for 12, Buncle 0 for '3 Ven u g V for 23, Walker 0 for...

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

A Willing Substitute.-A boy was once apprenticed to the captain of a Scottish coasting vessel. It was more than a hundred years ago, and at that time the officers of the king of England used to go about to get re cruits for both the army and navy. They boarded any vessel that they thought likely to have strong men, and obliged them to join the king's navy. The vessel in which young Campbell was sailing was one day boarded by a king's officer, and every person was car ried off to serve in the wars with the excep tion of the captain and his young apprentice. Among the unwilling prisoners was the mate of the vessel, who had a wife and children, and who so disliked the idea of going off to fight that he cried like a child. No one cared much for his grief but young Campbell, who was so sorry for him that he begged the offi cer to take him as a recruit, and let the mate remain with the captain. " Ay, my lad, that I will," was the ready answer. "For I would much rather have a a boy of spir...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Alcholism Incompatible with an Accurate Perception of Facts. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

Alcholisim Incoimpatible with an Accurate Perception of Facts.` BY T. L. WRIGHT, M. D. BELLEFONTAINE, 0. The accuracy of the mental apprehension of facts depends very much upon the more or less complete consciousness of the mind when the facts are under observation. In complete an:esthesia there is entire un consciousness, because, there being no sen sibility, there can be no perceptions offered or received. In every subordinate degree of anaesthesia there must be a corrcsponding degree of im perfection in the perceptive function. When the nervous system is in a condition of partial aluesthesia, such as always super venes during the alcholic impression, the kcowledge of facts is infallibly darkened, and in several ways : First, the insensibility of the nervous sys tem causes the facts to be presented in a clouded manner, Events are enveloped in in a mental haze which renders all concep tions of them undefined and often very in correct. When the sense of vision is ob-. scured by cond...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

.There is in every true woman's heart a spark of hcavculy fire, which beams and blazes in the dark hour of adversity.

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

TABLEAU V I wan taben belorn theo nearent pllic macins trate nnd ohareed.. The insuoetnr identified mne as John Jarvin ever since I ]oncen 'no icree two yearn ann. HTe told ihe etnry of the mar riaRe rvierlieir.g signed Thamae innotressor, and this Pettledimy ouilt n a bigamiet in the cven ofleveryonne.- It was evident to- them that I had feared to sign my name., let the previous marriage of John Jarvis should be discovered. The middlr-aged vianno swore to me-and at me-and it wan with the greatest diflinlty she wan prevented doinog till further dpmjen to my personal appeoranen with .hler umbrella. She prodneld her marria'iialines -slhe produced an old Inlady who had nasisted at the former marriage. No living'soul in court had a dohubt of my guilt. Except Polly I Polly. my darling little Polly I-my rnstio, beautiful bride 1-Polly, God' bless her I though she wan led half fainting into the wines.hiox, declared that she believed I was innocent. "That isn't a question for your th'decide...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
My Lad So True To Me. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

My Lad So True To'lle. I ami a happy maiden, And have no thought of woe; His ship iay sail in the sunshine, While here the tempests blow. And the faith of my true heart tells me, Alike on land and sea, God's loving care is everywhere, And my lad is true to me. 0, rolling, foams-capped billows, That lbreak on the sandy shore;: " . Like a white-winged bird, so lightly His ship away you bore; And soon on your breast, returniig, Those broad, white, wings I'll see- ,. 0, calmn and strong, bear him along, My lad so true to' me l They say the sea is cnrel??' : ' And sailors are untrue.;; :. That many white-wvinged vessels lie Ilcneathlthhbsc'?ivesof bluhe'; : i i , Yet'thousand ships sailsafely, on, O'er bright or stormy sea ; I' know he'll comeh to his happyihomo' ;:Iy lad so true topme.p '?... ::I So I am n happy maiden, .. Tha't will'not thinlkof woo;? ffis sbilp may sailao'er sunny:seas, 'sWhile.here the tempests b)low nindtI: p?y hacli night ind morning :;That here the.storms may bei ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ERECTION OF NEW COURT HOUSE. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE TOWN OF BRUNSWICK. COPY OF ENCUMBRANCE ON TITLE TOWN HALL SITE. COPY OF ROYAL GRANT OLD COURT HOUSE SITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

ERECTION OF NEW COURT at HOUSE. TO THlE RATEPAYERS OF THE P TOWN OF, BRUNSWI(K. ! b COPY. OF ENCUMBRANCE ON 1i TITLE TOWN HALL SITE.' ; COPY OF ROYAL GRANT OLD - COURT HOUSE. SITE. MIn. EDITrron, As the ratepayers of the North Ward C have decided in again returning me (and this time unopposed) as their represen tative at the Council table, being satis fied with my eflorts to keep pace with the rapid progress our town is making. I I take this opportunity to give the rate payers full particulars of the en cumbrances that are on the title of the I land at the corner of Sydney road and Dawson-street, where our present Town Hall stands, and rlso a true copy of the Royal Grant of the land where the old court house stands on the hill, Sydney-road, to show you the exact position we are in with respect to both sites before you record your votes on the 14th inst., and then you can judge why we have 'taken this stand. (Appended below are the copies.) It has been pub licly stated that iwe membe...

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

TABLEAU VII. No sooner had the sentence of the judge been pronounced, than I "was led downstairs by the government warder, and informed that I could leave the court as soon as I liked. " Can I go out a back'way ?" I asked. I had my reasons for wishing to leave by a tack way. I had caught eight, in court, of the lady who said she was my first wile, and hlle had a now umbrella with her, and two female friends. My request was complied with, and pre. aently I found myself emerging by a little Jloor into a side street. There I found 'olly waiting for me. Her: sweet [ace was very pale, her beautiful eyes were suffused with tears, but when she saw me sile dropped her veil:and'said iin awcet,. low voice, trembling with emotion, " John. I forgive you. Ilenceforiard we can be nothidtg to each other, but I hope you. will be happiy." Then she broke down rdi lobbed'a though her heart would-break. I wasei-o lonIger iiauelr oft? nyelf. I'lacspeil her in my arms and preseed her passionately to my b...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROYAL GRANT OF THE OLD COURT HOUSE SITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

ROYAL GRANT OF THE OLD COURT HOUSE SITE. Victoria, by the Grace of. God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire land, Queen Defender of the Faith, &c. Tor all to whom this present may come. Greet-' ing. Know that in order to provide a site or place for a building to be used as anti for a Courthouse Council Chamber and necessary officers for the use and convenience' of our Loyal Subjects the Council of the Municipal' District of Brunswick and the inhabitants for the time, being 'of the said Municipal District and to their successors, do hereby grant subject to the conditions and, provisos, herein after contained, all that piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the Parish of Jika Jika, in the County of Dotlrke, and the Colony of Victoria,, containing by estimation, two roods, eleven perches and three quarters of a perch, being portion of section 111, commencing at the north-west corner at a stake oni the cast side of Sydney; road, bounded on the north by al...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMONGS THE COUNCILS. BRUNSWICK.—MONDAY Present—Crs. Fraser (Mavor), Fleming, King, Lacey, Methven, Trenoweth and Phillips. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

AMONGS '-THE COUNCILS. BRUNSWICKi.-iMloenaty Present-"-Crs:.Fraser (fMavor), Flenm= is i King,, LTaccy,' let??tiven" Tren oweth and Phillips. CORRESPONDRsOEN. .From ,the; Melbournme Tramway, Trust, forwarding statement of expenditure for: the molith oif;Juniie Received. ' Fromi: 'iatr Supply, Department re lircpilg iear Albert-street State sclhool and otlihr matters. Received. ' Fromin Iaiids aid'Survey Department, deferring date of Council's deputation until a permanent Minister; of Lands was appointed. Agreed to: 'From' FIa?ser'aiid Co.; iisking if tlih Cdoueil w?olid ,take over ,' Farlane streit. in Centennial Estate:; Received., Fron Christ Chulrch Union, 'retlcst ingr use of the Towvim H:Tll" on August 2Gtth for a concert Graiited :on usual From Government Statist, reqlucsting Coiuniil to forwird copies of voters' roll. Complied , with ., From :.. Public' Healthh Departmet; forwarding healtli ofliceri's report oit cer-g tain cases of' t)plioidi and 'diihtli.d m Received. F: rom...

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

The indian Fighter. A daughter of Adam Poe, known to the opresent pioneer-history reading generation as Adam Poe, the Indian fighter, is the oldest perion living in Wayne County, 0., writes a correspondent of the Cincnisati .Eng?rir'r. She is nearly 95 years of age, the 15th of next month hbing the first (lay of her 95th year. In spcaking of the conflict with Bigfoot she states that her father's account of the fight differs from the account given by historians, who wrote that her father, Adam Poe, had the encounter with Bigfoot, when she says that her father always told that his ,rother, Andrew Poe, had the hand-to-hand fight with the Indian chief, while he, Adam, shot and killed the Indian. Her recital of her father's account is as follows: "A body of seven Wyandottes made a raid upon a while settle ment on the Ohio River, near Fort Pitt, and killed an old man who was alone in a cabin. The news of the murder soon spread, and my father and Uncle Andrew, with some neigh bors, set out...

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

PRESBYTERIAN. CHURCH, aI BRUNSWICK. . ar ,The announcement. of special cl services in celebration of the :36th o anniversary of the Brunswick: Presby": i teriaii Church attracted, very.; large w congregations on Sunday 3RD., the B attendance throughout the day being: ' exceedingly large. The pulpit"was e occupied' morniig, afternoon, anrid evening by...leading stars, ofy Mel- a bourne. churches, consisting ,of ;Dr.: M'Doriald, the Rev. E. S. 'M'Eachran t and Professor Gosman respectively;and p each gentlemtn"'n deliered, a sermon ' impressive and .interesting in ;the Cx treme. That in the evening by a Professor: Gostiran was especially so, c the discourse being founde'd on the c text, " And ,the Loid ,added:too His n church daily such 'as should be saved;" a or, as given in the revised' vresion, a " And the Lord added to His church t darly such as'were, being saved.',Acts s ii., 4 .~X' Un Tuesday following the usual dull aspect of the schoolroom was banishied by the magic hands of a...

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

RANDOM NOTES. Mr. T. Brunton's'supporters heldt a :lage committee meeting on?TliuiTsdayý veiim?n, - when full arrang ts,wcm--made forthe" approaching contest. . :' Mr. W. I. Fitzgerald Mloore, ode of the candidatesfor the Southlern Province;,iolds his first meeting in Brunswick at the town hall on Thursdlay, evening,' 21stliugtast, at eight o 'clock... Severail successful committee meetings have bleniiheld during the k.eel . The election of Brinswick council auditor takes :place on Tlursday nextr th'andi dates hciig Messrs. T Cluiit ut 'mi alb Burchett, J's.P -lotli: gentleien are well, knoin, h'svingresided in the ton for vry many years, although latterly; Mr 'Burcliett renmoved to Gippsland :. :T sdliction of the court house, ite will alsu be.left to the electors. . :ui.i Councillor J. Il Driscoll addressed a large meeting :of his cdonstituentsii :tlic"Odi'. fellows, ýIa'lt on Tuesday,; thl, inst. lDr, Talbot occupied the chair and explained that althoiglihth re wsold be ino coiit...

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

Rats against rats.-M-r. C. I. Smith, who lives at 10 Whitehall street, had a funny ex perience with rats yesterday. Mr. Smith is a lover of pets, but he has a horror of rats, and doesn't want one in two hundred yards of him. Rats seem to like Mr. Smith, how ever, and up to yesterday he was greatly an noved by them, and avers that there were rats on his lot as large as ordinary house cats. At all times of night the rats could be seen capering over his yard anl having a regular moonlight picnic. Mr. Smith fcared them worse than a negro does a rabbit's foot, and said he would give half of his salary to get rid of them. " I can rumi every rat off the place,'! said a friend to whom Mr. Smith was relating his troubles. "You can 1" asked the gentleman 'eagerly "Certainly:'." "Well, how7" "Are you anxious to kndw 1f"_ "I'll give anything except my wife imnd baby." . . i Then I will tell you. If you will get a white rat and turn: it loose where the grey rats are every one will leave." ' " Is...

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

biuntor. The Placid Raeceiviung Clerk. The receving clerks behind theldeks kat the telegiph ,olicesS are cool, 'placitfellows. They take. your mess g of Ijfe or death with perfect indifference, mechanically count the words, and look a bit bored as theyreply : " It will be half-a-crown, please." I had my eye on a certain chap for several weeks before I humbled his pride. ire in sulted me. He insulted me by softly whist ling to himself as he counted the words in the following message : ' "Grndnibther died last night' very suddenly. How many of you can: attend funeral ", .. ' , V::o l; When I handed in.that message.Iexpectedt him to exhibit a little emotion. While he. could not liave been' personally acqiikiinted with my grandmother, hie must have suspected that she was a nice. old huly, and that her sudden death had greatly overcome me. Why didn't he lou~k.Ui with a bit of sympathy in his eye antd say: "Too bail I' know just how you feel,;' and I'm sorry for you.'! But, no;. lie whist...

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

"'THE COBURIG LEADER." PUBLISHED .ET Y WEDNESDAY, At BATE.' BUILDINGS, SYDNE ? ROAD, COBUIIG. PRICE.ONE P PENNY To be 'obtainol at T ILE.LEA?.l Ofice or' of Mers Summers, News Agenit.: - _OIB; .rIi%)ING,; of :Every Dcscription J.... setedin the best style. ) CAGinoes- MODERATE T:?tULL p'srticulars of Church Work, to , gcthcr rith reports of proceedings of ::Friendly SoCieties, Football, Cricket and all Athletic Clubs will be given in the columris of "THE IEADER," and it is hoped that leaders and Secretaries will recognise our en deavor to cater for readers in every depart ement, by .forwarding "for insertion all -.spccial advtrti nmcrnts. and necording I1s o share of their patronage. Items of interest, and any articles intended for insertion in .-our news columns, should bIe forwarled to the Editor not later than Monday evening, otherwisec their ;ublication cannot be guaranteed: Our colunins are open to all intelligent correspondents witlhoul respect to creed or color, with .the pro...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ELECTION. WEST RIDING CAMPAIGN. CANDIDATES SPEAK. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

THE ELECTION. pa NEST RIDING ('t4IPAIGN. pr CANDIDATL,' SPEkAK. :,.A public meeting, convened by Pi.esl in dent Voice, was held in the public hall on Monday: evening, for the purpose of th allowing'the candidates for the. Wes Ti Riding an: opportunity of- laying their fry views before the ratepayersi. The atton1- ~" dance was large, and after: an few intro- SO 'ductory 'remarksi by: r . Voice, who fe occupied -the chair, it was decided that pI MR'. HOS. FISCHER ni ft should first address the meeting. Mc. *i Fischer, who was well received, stated h: that whin last lie came before them hb stood in opposition to Cr. Prendergast aýgentlcmana who_ hld_ since found necessary to resign owing to pressure a business. In the present election, how ever, he thought there was a consider able amount of unfairness being brought bi to bear. He had before him a circular -issued by Mr. Grundy's committee, le and no doubt with that gentleman's ti consent-in which the ratepayers were ti told that it wa...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Because my Love Loves Me. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

Because my Love Loves Me. Oh, my love ! My beautiful love ! My love with the dark blue eyes ! The eyes that shine like the beaming stars In the dark blue summers skies. But blue, or brown, or gray, or black, I am to their color blind ; I only know, wherever I go, For me they are always kind Oh, my love ! My beautiful love ! With a mouth like Cupid s bow; Sweet with the rose's balmy breath, And red with the rose's glow. Always she has a kindly word, And never this bliss I miss, Whatever may come, a pleasant smile And a true and tender kiss. Oh, my love, My beautiful love ! Her hands are small and white, She has the skill for what she will. And her touch is firm and light, Grace and beauty wherever she goes, Those dear little hands can bring ; But the best of all, is, they are mine. And will wear our wedding ring. Oh, my love ! My beautiful love ! With the small and tidy feet;     How light and happily go the steps That haste my steps to meet. I hear them her...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Decorative Feathers—A Lady's View of the Subject. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 13 August 1890

Decoratite Feathers-A Lady a View of tllhoSubject. 1 observe from thepapern that the subject of the decoration otl.-tfes' hats and bonnets with tlie plumage of-birIs, is once more re ceiving attention. The arguments employed by the opponeis of this custom are effective, but they are oftie extreme and illogical. If, as so many of them assert, it is wrong to destroy life merely, for purposespof,adlorn ment, why do thb?niot protest?uagaist the destruction of fur-bearing animals ? In this day furs are no longer aneccssity.i Plush gar ments are as warm as seal-skin; ;while thou sands of harmless ciretures are annually de stroyed to eirich witter sacques 'and cloaks with trimmings of otter, squirrel, coney, and chinchilla. ! ' It is perhaps true thatladics require to be taught moderation and selection in the em ployment of feathers; but I do not believe that theo'ldws either of riio~lity or taste re. quire the abolition of these beautiful orna ments.' If it is true, as apparentlyit is, th...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x