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Men and Their Hobbies. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

S el - and Their .ltibbici . }A statement made by. a wise man is that ''Every honest man has a hobby."' The man in question did not useethese orccious words, but they amount to the same in sub stance. IA man who is atways tinkering around, making something orotherin the mechanical line, is nevvr found spending his leisure hours in a public house. The young man whose hobby is study will be found at his books as soon as his day's work is done and supper is awallowed. Toe chap who has "music on the brain" will be pulling or scraping his instrument easly and late, until his iriends almost wish he would quit his hobby and relegate himself to the public-house. Many young men ride a mechanical hobby, and crc often building experimental machines, and mating 'young" steam en gines. To esuch man, electricity possesses a most enticing eiald. There is no cnd to the directions in which thought may be profit ably turned in connection with electricity. Well developed as it in, electricity is as ye...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ODDS AND ENDS. Tis Better to Laugh [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

Tite sunni.ikrCtl. ics Bie he faircs t. STilehapoie-t hiouris art b st - SOcall of lif~;b'lrjiigs the rarcst A: r pIictlrt 6a pit asiiro anud.rest. ,Thotiilt fte ia our wviAt.ct ri nyin?, - l.it'ach bear hiii pirt Ilke n man, SNdurda: ken thie woild With our aighing Ti 'Ti bitter to laugh when we can., Eanli heait has its lurde . of sorrow, . S" B ft soul has itsBEhadow profound; 'Ti' aunr-hine we're yearni gto borrow r ' 'om those who may gather arcund. SThen let uswear faces of pleasurto The world will be happy to Ecýu.n A ecowl is to no oiel a trea ur a S 'Ti? btttcr to latiish A?r ycu can.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

J. ODGERS, HIAY CORN AND GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHI{ANT, SYD)NEY. IOAD, COIWIRG, (Close to Victoria-street.) Prime Chalf, Oats, Bran and L'ollard always in stock. Charges Moderate. ESTABIISIlED 187l. H. BATES, GENEIRAL CARIRIIRt, SYDNEY ROAD, COBUItG. Furniture Removed in Spring Vans. Two HoiusE VANs For PlCtNICs. DR. W. P. MURPHY ItIIYSICIAN AND SURGEON, I as commenced practice at SYDNEY RIOAD, COBURG, (Next the Police Station), Consaltation hours :-J a.m. to I1 a.m. 2.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m.; 6 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. MR. M. LARACY, FAMILY BUTCHER, SYDNEY ROAD, COBIIUG. Small Goods of every, description fresh daily. Corned Beef, Pickled Tongues, &c., &c. FAMILIES WAITED ON FOR ORDERS. THE INVERNESS BOOT AND SHOE 1VAREHOUSE, SYDNEY ROAD, COIIURG. A. MACKENZIE AND SON Beg to thank their numero?s customers for pest support, and hope by strict attention and civility to still nierit a fair share of public. patrongo , Ulints ?ud Shoes of every description made to older, sew) or pegge...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN INTERPLEADER CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

AN INTERPLEADER CASE. An interpleader sumnuno s, in which some interest was taken, came before the Coburg court on Tuesday, when a woman named Nellie Barnard appeared as the claimant of certain property seized liy - the police by virtue of a wairant of distress issued in the case of Prop. sch v. Vernon. At thic previou sitting of the court, Propasch obtained 'a verdict fnr.£5 aaninst Guy Vernon,` and failing payiment' issued a warrant of distress.. This was executed by Con stable Dal, who., seized a .horse and buggy used by the man. :"M\rs. Barnard, who was ret resented by M.r. Reynolds, then took out an interpleader summons, and produced a receipt showing that the property seized was purchased and paid 'for by her last year. She lived iii the csame house, as Vernon, who used the Ihorse andi vehicle at his discretion, int consideration of paying for the animal's keep. Constable "Daly informed the court that when the woman showed himn the receipt he advised her to bring the man forwa...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Manners. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

I mike it a paint of morality never to find fault with another for his manners. They may be awkward or graceful, blunt or polite, p.lhohed or rustic, I care not what they are, f tI man nansl well and sott ice:u tihonvt !,teneiouf. withost ccOtLr::ti or Lr - !3Jr. All man have not !th edvantages ci " d ? ,eir.ty." as it is call, ! , to cichorl "w itvCl rs at all I f.I?ti:i ru!Bs Itd ec r t-I.o ,?i ; and if [hele ?t .?n et??!anrd or ::k1r.it is tal founded on reason .rnd uo:d eon e, and nrt upon thet aRstilltinl t. Iulatins. lamnnora, like conveorsation, ?oiuld b: exteiporanecus red sut studied. I al.ays asuspect a illin that metts me aith the same psrpetual smile on his face, tlie -arne bndinG; of the bodty cod the .amne pre. meditat.d shoke, of th: and. (tee' w t:e I)L ai -it may be rotusi:--::ip o La;e h r:', t- c: eartleoa nod of recognition, anid, :iheta ;::asion requies, the hometiy bu et~ :ccue Ial ita l: "flow are you, my oli Fl.arrio,: is foolihnehbU and whosoever is dcetived...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESENTATION TO MR. J. H. SWINBOURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

PRESENTATION TO MR. J. J H. SWINBOURN. 'A number. of the friends of AIr. Jas. H; Swinbourn met at the Oddflellows' Hall on Thursday evening, for the purpose of presenting him with an illuminated address on his departure from Brunswick. The chair was occu pied by Cr. King, who had on his right the guest of the evening and the Rev. W. H. Lawrence, Crs. Phillips and 1lorg an, . nd many other influen tial gentlemen on his left. In fact, all present were well-known business and commercial mnen, and the proceedings throughout were of the most: lar monious description. After a pianoforte overture by Mr. C. J. King, and a song by MIr. J. C. Garrood, the chairman called on The Rev. W. H. Lawrence, who re marked that on hearing of the meet ing upon his return from Sydney, he at once determined to be present. There were times in the experience of our fellow men when. it became our duty to stand by them, and while we did not wish to palaver there were circumstances when it became us to'tell how...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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WESLEYAN CHURCH, WEST BRUNSWICK. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

... WESLEYAN C1HURCH77 WEST BRUNSWICK. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. The Wesleyan Ch!urch, situate at the corner of Daly and Victoria streets, celebrated another anniversary on Sab bath last, when, in accordance with the usual custom, special services were held. The Rev. J. Adams preached morning and afternoon to excellent congregations, the church being com fortably filled, and in the evening the Rev. R. Fitcher, who is as popular as ever., conducted the service, a very large attendance being-present. It was feared that the selection 'of Prince of Wales' Birthday for holding the annual tea meeting, would prove somewhat unfurtunate, owing to-the number which usually ' leave' town holiday making on this''date,. but happily for all concerned in the welfare of the church.the fears of some proved without foundation, the attendance being in every 1iay.saitisfactory. From half-past six until 'nearly' 7.30, ladies presiding at the tables were kept biusilj engaged.: but at last the desires of all w...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Naming the Baby. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

Nernetinq the .erby.j You have b rdd in a cage and you've beauti. ful flowere. . !lut you hovtn'tat your hon0s what we have 'Tis the prettiest thing that -on y ever did ace, Just as dear and as precious as precious can be; " 'Tie my own baby sister. jat Seven days Too little for any but drown folks to liold. Oh: I know you would love her; eha'e' freshl as a rose, She's the dearest and loveliest little pink toe?, Which to me'seem only nade to be kissed; And she keeps her wee hand doubled 'up in a fist. : ' ' She is quite without hair bue she's beliiful eyes And she always looks pretty, e?eept when she crie, And that name we shall give her there's no one can tell. For my father says " Sarah," and mother likes " BJelel " And my great Uncle John, he's an old fashioned man, Wants her named for his wife that is dead, " Mary Ann." fut the name I have chosen the darling to call, la the name that is prettier ferthsri'tihsi" all, And to give it to baby, my heart is quite ret : I. it Violet Ma...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. CRICKET MEMS. BOYLE AND SCOTT'S CUP. COBURG V. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. I BOYLE AND SCOTT'S.: CUP. 7 COBURG ;V BRIGHTsON:'' ,. The above clubs met at Brighton,and the folloiving re theet.results :-Brigh ton, first :.nings,,, 5; Coburg, 7 for 57. Dunstonei, ,not out 0'; iArtihur Smitl;18; Frewin;:-13.;: SMurraj took 5 for 26 O'Shannassy, 5 for 26.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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SPORTS' DEPOT TROPHY COBURG SECOND V. KENSINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

CO BURG SECOND. :K KENS. ING Thlese tvo clubs' faced each other on Saturday;, for'- thd:e first time, in! the midst of a fair assemblage of spectators. George Peirce- led the., second, and Howe looked after the Kensington boys. The selected Iparty of the Isecond included Bayliss, in place of John Robertson. The Kensington came with a great reputation of being one of the crack teams for tlhe Sports'. Depot matting competition, although they met with a reverse in the first round, and are considered a powerful .battug com bination. Bntl the Coburg seconid if anything, on such anniewportant occasion ware quite equal to the task;:,, Kensing ton won the toss, 'and idecided to bat ona .really, splendid wicket, and' started with .G. .'Trott and Steele. Joe: Robertson and Selway set the ball rclling. Selway startedolff by sending down a maiden, and Robertson :opened firre from the Bell-street end, and commenced by clean bowling.Trott in his first over. Roberts, a veteran batsman, faced the t...

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Cured by Mard Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

Cured by llard Work. A woman of fashion, RclTering from a nervoun die ,rer,. was advised by her physi. eian to make her bed, sweep and dust her room, and engage in vat ious forma of manual exerclse calcualated to develop the muculhar system. This common-lrece treatment re ralla the famous pe rseription given by an Eoglioh dicCtor to a gouty pa:ient: " Live on s;xencee a day and tarn it." Tne human t:ody is in the ps-sesaion of a jaintotloet company, i tn *bca, thre be a single slcieineg partner, the safely cf the whole is imperiiled. Brain andlimb. muscle and rernv, mueet ba contantly exercised if the tilieinley of mthl entire organisation is to be maintained. The one thing more ij Irious to all rank than overwork is under or in. ullieient work. We should never be content. There is always something to alter, to abandon, or to pursue; and in that honest, earnest wrrk which our conseciences approve, we shall find neither room, time, nor inclination for the idle and relfish epirit of d...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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JACKSON'S CUP. EAST BRUNSWICK V. SOUTH BRUNSWICK. EAST BRUNSWICK WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

. JACKSON'S CUP. ; :, EAST BRUNSWICK .V SOUTHI BRtiNSWICK - la EAST )3RUNS WICKh WINS. cc This iatch li hich was postponed owing to': wetweatlher; as' finislhed last Saturday, and: resulted in i a victory ci are the ful s es--- h:?? i -EAST BRUNSW\ICK: "q, hi First Ininings. Dick, b Newsom ... Merrick, c, b Bryant . ; :. ' a Kitchingham, c; b Newsom ... 13 WVhelan, c, b Newsom ... 11 Grimster, if Bray ".. 21 Campbell, c, b Bray .. Storie, c,.b \ewsom f... Oakley, bBryant IcMilkii, ,L b Bryant; .. ::.i'i Saxon, run out . Halleboune, not out "..'." Sundries ... Tottal 0... Bowling Analysis.-Bryant, 3" wickets for i3l; runs; Newsom, 4 for 17 ; Bray, 2 for 16 SOUTHL BRUNSW\ICK. i First Innings. p 1 Taylor, c. b Dick ... Bryant, c, b Whelan . 7 . y Pierce, c, b Dick ... 2 I A. O'Loughlin. c, b Dick ... 2 Sinclair, c, b Hallebone ... 17 : White, c, b Whelan ... 8 t J. O'loughlin, c, b Whelan .. S I lo\e, c, b Whelaln ... O r S Clotugh, c. b tiallebone .. 6 c c Newsom. not out ... ... 6 S ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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"No Man's Enemy But His Own." [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

"N'o 3.an's EIInemIy But His Own." N" o man's enemy but his own_" happens generally to be the enemy of everybody with whom he isin relation. The leading quaeiity that goes to make his character is a recl::ess improvidenco and a eelfish pursuit of 0!;·iHh enjoyment, inde;erdent of consequene'.. " No man's enemy but his own " runs rapidly through his means; calls, in a friendly way, on hie friends for assistance ; leaves his wife a beggar, and quarters orphans upon the public; entails a life of dependence up on his progeny, and dies in the odor of that ill. understood reputation ci harmlees folly which is more inj lrious to society than many positive crimes.

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POLICE NEWS. COBURG.—TUESDAY. Before Messrs. Vincent and Mailer, J's.P. ODD CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

POLICE NEWS. COLBUfRG.-- Tuesuv.. Before Messrs. Vineent and 'Mailer, J's.P. : :.. . ODI) pCASES. Joli tditchell came orwr n a charge of being away frown his horsoeand dray, a fine of' is being inrflicted.: Alllert Sucll, for having0 noname on his dray, was nulctedd in a similar penal. : .John Lewis, 'whn perniitted a horse to walkl over thli footpath;i was likewise ordered to iart with:n erdroni."': ii t, tr.:- ' : STiIA's 0ATTL5 <<: i n; y..I soveralt persons tor permitting. their horses to wander,' and thei customary fines were inflicted. DEBTS. Dunstan v: Tucker, grazing cattle, £18 11s: Order for amount wilth £2 2s. costs. Mr. Reynolds appeared for the plaiutiff.

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INCENDIARISM AT BRUNSWICK. PREMISES CONTAINING SLEEPING INMATES FIRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

INCENDIARIS. I AT BRUNS- a .. " "WICK.::.... " ?REMISES CONTAINING i SLEEPINGOINMALTES' FIRED. The: andiwork of a fire fiend is apparent in a' case of incendiarism reported to the police on Friday, by a tramway repairer named Edwarl O'Con nell; living at 99 Wilson-street, Bruns wick. O'Connell has no enemies to his knowledge, and it would appear that the attempt was the outcome of plredeviltry on the part of the originator . The house 1 is built of weatherboards, enclosed by a paling fence about _2t. from I the front. Complainant and family retired about 10t o'clock on Thursday night, and about three hours later they were aroused by three young men calling out fire. The palings were then burning fiercely, and after the united efforts of the party they were successful iin sup pressing the disaster, wl.ich was inevit able. Portions of a handerchief were discovered near the fence, saturated with kerosene.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Secret of Beauty. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

The Secret of IBeauty.. The secret of beauty is health.- Those who desire to be beautiful should do all they can to restore their healthif they have lost it, or to keep it if they have it still.. No one can lay.down specific rules for other people in these matters. The work which one may do, the rest he must take, his baths, his diet, his exercise, are matters for individual coo. eideration'; they must be carefully thought of and never neglected. As a rule, when a person feels well he looks well, and when he lobks ill he feels ill. There are times when one can guess, witlout looking in the glaes, that the eyes are dull and the skin is mottled. This is not a case for something in a pretty perfumery bottle, cr for a lotion that ad. vertisements praise so highly. To have a fresh complexion and bright eyes, even to have white hands and graceful figure, you I must be well. Health and the happiness which comee with it are the true Eeerets of beauty.

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Eating Snails. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

Eatinug Snails. The stories about Frenchmen eating snails are believed by many people to have I no foundation in fact, but to h, 'only a phrase of the exagga:ration in which people I are ant to indulge in desc:ibing the queer tiines that are to be found on a'.risian dining tables. Nevertheless it is a Lict that near!y" 'ne hundred tho:sand pouni! of snails are ro.i daily in the 'Paris markets to he eaten lib the dwetlers in Paris. They ' re carefuiyi reared f,:r the purpose inextensive snail gardens in the provinc:s and fed on aromatic herbs to make their flavor liner. Onesuailery in Diji, is saidl to bring in to its proprietor seven thousand francs a year. Many Saiss canhton also cIntainredc lar,' e snail parlens where they are grown with rmr^: bIpir. TIley are rot only regarded as P - :.t " licacy, but r. leckoned as very r 'qtt.::, . IlygV enists say they contain i se?r?.e.ln per cent. of nitrugenous matter, ard th ta they are equal to oysters int nutriri.v properties. Snails are...

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Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

Recipes. SUG.0 OGtIGERRItEAID. OQo and one-half pounds of flour, one pound of sugar, three-fourths pound butter, live egg'. ginger. and a little ealeratu?; spread on thin ehects and rcil thin. S'x cups flur, three of sugar, one-half of butter, four eggs., macFoon ealeratus dis solved in a cup of milk ; drop on tins with a espon, sprinkle with sugar and bake quickly. NEWP tir TEA CAKE. One cup of sugar, cne-half cup of melted butter, 1i of milk, two spoons of cream of tartar, o. of uodal and flour to make a stiff bat:cr; r'ix the oda anr.d cream of tartar with the flour; hake tacnty ninutes. Ib to two labilc:poorl ful butter into two pounds of tmac-hed p tatoea: add two pounds of flsur, a little salt, and milk enouoh to make a it ff batter; add half a cupful of ya-t ; rset the mixture to rise. and wahen light bake in cakes the size of mufline. Serve hot and buttered. corsete eec. Beat together one cupful of butter and four e;rs ;ad one pound of brown sugar, coo cupful of etroen: c tf...

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THE HOME. About the Hearth. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

THE HOME. About the Hearth. Blanc-mange made of sea moss is invaluable for dyspeptics. One gentleman told, the t writer that for three months sea moss blanc- I mange constituted two-thirds of his/diet. The blano-mange, covered with -rich cream, made his breakfasts and suppers, and boiled rice, with a modicum of butter and sugar, -his dinners. At the expiration of this period t his stomach had entirely recovered its tone. t The food is particularly good, also, for those E who suffer from pulmonary troubles. Sea moss syrup, with lemon, has long been a s remedy for coughs and hoareenees, but sea moss blanc-mango and cream as a frequent if 3 not steady article of diet is much more elli cacious,because it is both food and medicine, and can by no possibility sicken. Oranges tilled with jelly make a tr.tty t appearance on the tea-table. Take some very fine oranges, with the point of a sharp knife cut out from the top of each a round I about the size of a silver quarter; then with I the sma...

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The Gentleman Born. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 19 November 1890

The; .entlctlnaia Born. We are all made of the same clay.: The nicest analysis can detect no: diflerenco be tween the "blue blood " that runs in the veins of the descendant of a line of kings and the " vital fluid " of a pauper; but there is nevertheless an inborn aristocracy of mind and soul which all men distinctly recognise and which. compelsa respect from the haughtiest. Patricians by accident of birth are often bsoe, sellish and stupid; but God's gentlemen, though rared in poverty and the heirs of toil, are sure to manifest their in. nate nobility in spite of adverse circum stances. Tl e gentleman born ha3sthe'right eort of pride, too; "lie1 will 'go out of his way to show a stranger the nearest road to any point he may desire to reach, share his last crest with a starsiog brother, peril his life to protect a woman fom 'insult, and is ever prompt to assist weekneaDs and avenge wrong. Yet if you oli:r him compensation for obeying the impulses of his knightly. nature, his cheeks ...

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