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CYCLING EXTRAORDINARY 100 MILES IN SIX HOURS. THE 100 MILES' RECORD BROKEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

CYCLING EXTRAORDINARY 100 MILES IN SIX HOURS. THE 1i00. ILES'. RECORD BROKEN. Mr. George R.: Broa0dbent, the well known cyclist of the Fernside Cycling lurnhs us witlh thIe toilTowing par ticulars of his successful attempt to lower the 100 miles' bicycling record. The performance is a marvellously good one, and stamps Mr. Broadbent as one of, it not, the fastest long distance riders in the colonies: I started in company with another wheelmani from Camperdown at 6.20 on the morning of the 11th inst., taking, the road through Terang (14 miles) to Mortlake (28 miles), against the wind, in' two hours, My companion left me hlerer and .I continued. on to Ellerslie, · 36 miles , by 9.13 a.m, Turning back I cought the wind behind me` "and sped 'along .so? fast that the neixt 18 miles were covered in an hour, whilst 25 miles were put behind in 1 hour 27 minutes,' equalling a previous record of mine made 13 months back. On reaching Terang again I went south west, and- went towards Warrnambool...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WESLEYAN EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

THE WESLEYAN EXHIBITION. The Bruns ick Wesleyan Sunday School Industrial Exhibition finally closed on Monday evening after a vcry satisfactory run of five days. On Satur day afternoon and evening the atten dance was very large, and the final nihit also saw a very great "house." In addition to the interest attaching to an inspection of the exhibits, many other sources of enjoyment were open to visitors, who were not slow to avail them selves of the opportunities afforded. The result is that a sum of £130 12-. has been realised, whilst there are still a few more pounds to come in. .pn Friday evening ,an, olpcutiobnry competition took place, the awards'being as follows: A. Div:sion, Young Men-Recitation, "Smiting the Rock." 1st prize, Mr. J. Hallam; 2nd, Mr. H. Balcke. A. Division,young ladies-Recitation, "Smiting the Rock." 1st prize, Miss E. Trehair; 2nd, Miss Nellie Burkett. A. Division, young ladies.-Reading, "The Falls of Lodore." Miss Maggie Bedford (commended.) B. Division, youn...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Two Ways of Expressing It. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

i ITwo Ways of Expressing It. "I've gota bright idea," Said a maiden young and fair To her loier, who wasihelpiin her . To rock a rocking-chair. Then bmilingly he answered,i "I'm very sure if you Would be my little wife, I'd have i A bright-eyed dear, too." , a.sE ni meet trouble half-way. :Letit do all the walking .: . . i .. , i: : . TnE tailor doesn't mind beinginatight,, place--h'a used to clothee6quirteri. You onannot catcHli 'fisbh ith'i i marriage lines," but many men are caught with them. i'FRoJr piller to poet,"-remarled the drug gist as he handed a letter to the carrier. : ..: S, I Iwhat age didD'Boilaiger live ?" asked' the teacher in 1098: " The potage," cried the' emart boy who reads nineteenth century jeit boboe. G.uun: " Irowdid you get tbat d eadful cold?' Snuflleton: ".-Idlh. iaturalway, stoopid I S'po e I advertised for plane and speditieatiods?" IT has been diEcovercd.tbat kiseec-loive kiasee, we mean-are full of electricity. N9qw. wwe know why old maids have aiif...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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SPORTS' DEPOT TROPHY. COBURG SECOND V. KENSINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

SPOrTS' DEPOT TROPHY. COBURG SECOND V. KENSING= TON. The following are the full scores in the above match ' KENSINGTON. First Innings. Trott, b Robertson. ... 0 J. Steele, b Selway ... It Roberts, b Selway... ... 48 Dangerficld, b Selway ... 0 Peachey, c Jackson, b Selway 3 Drape, c Bateman, b Selway ... 0 Howarth, c Benson, b Selway 3 I. Steele, e Gleeson, b Selway 7 Howie, b Selway ... ... 3 Davies, b Robertson ... 4 .. IIowlett, not out ... ... 7 Byes ... ... 2 88 COBURG. Fist Innings. Jackson, a Davies, b Rowlett to :McDonald,b Steele ... r Franklin, b Steele... ... 0 Selway, b Steele ... ... 5 Bateman. b Peachey ... 4 Tighe, b Peachey ... ... Gleeson, b Peachey ... 0 Pierce, not out ... ... 19 Benson, b Steele ... ... 3 IBayliss, b Dangerfield ... 17 Robertson, b Steele ... 0 Sundries .. . .... 12 Total ... ... 111 20; IIowlett, 1 for 12; Drape, 0 for 11. KENSINGTON. Second Innings. Trott, b Selway ... ... 7 Steele, c Tighe, b Selway ... 18 Roberts, c, b Robertson ... 1 Dangerf...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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What Makes a Cat Tread Softly [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

TWhat Makes a .cat.5Tread Softly " Grandpa, what makes a eoat treand' eoftly ?" asked little Tommy Findout of 'hi aged relative as the pair sat down to improve their minds when the evening, lamps were lighted. .It ie' a facultylproeldtcdby an all-wio Creator, my son, which enables the' cat to walk softly,"replied the old man, as helaid" down his paper and beamed on the yonthflul e,~ekerafter knowledge. *' All members of the cat tribe are endoaed with a noiseless tread which greatly facili-' t:tes their capturing their prey. You have doubtless noticed that the pedal cxtrrmilice of the feline are furnished with soft, velvety balls or coveringe.instead of hoofs. Thece balls extend below the clawvs, which are diawn up when not in use, enabling the cat to walk across a board floor without the slightest noise." "Oh, that isn't what makes a eat tradR softly," said Tommy, when the old man had finished. '"No 1 What is it, then,".asked gradps..; " Rate," replied the boy, while a happy, happy ...

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. COBURG WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. CRICKET MEMS. BOYLE AND SCOTT'S CUP.. COBURG V. BRIGarTON.: COBURG WINS. This match was continued last Satur day, and resulted in an easy victory for the Coburg by 8 wickets. The follow ing are the scores : BRIGHTON. First Innings. Moore, c Mailer, b Murray 17 Thompson, c Smith, b Murray 1 Sims, b O'Shanassy ... 15 Snow, b O'Shanassy .;. 1 Reid, lbv b O'Shanassy .... 2 Sims, b Murray ... ... 0 Cornwall, c Smith, b Murray... 2 Spear, b Murray ... ... 8 Vance, run out ... .. 2 Hall, c Smith, b O'Shanassy ... 4 Boxall, not out ... ... 0 Sundries ... .. 3 Total ... ... 50 Bowling Analysis :-O'Shanassy, 4 w'ckets for 20 ; Murray, 5 for 26. COBURG. First Innings. Beswicke, b Reid ... ... 2 Smith, b Vance .. .. 13 McKenzie, b Vance .... Mailer, c Sims, b Reid ... 3 Irwin, lbw, b Vance . 1 Dunstone, b Thompson ... 23 -Murray, b Vance ... ...3 Copolestonc, b Vance ... 11 * Huncybone, b Thompson ... . Don, b Vance .. 8 O'Snanassy, not out ... 2 Total . 1... BRIGHTON. . Se...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Josh Billings' Philosophy. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

Joslt Billings' P'hilosoplBl*:. Contentment is mere' inltinkt. Il:rzoo?n' teachee us there ain't no Bich thing in thisd world. About an good a way az enny .tew. learni;., people tow rcspekt yn in tow itn over.them; if ytu let them run over yn they certainly- 1 hope I Shall never hli For mutd repu' tashtn that I iha'n't feel obliged tow be alwus ; civil. Thare eerms tew be tLic differencobetwrtei an old widdower and an old bachelor-- the widdower lives upon faith,' and the bachelor on hope; and this ackounts for the i widdower alwus beating the bachelor in a Sring fiht for the hand ov bnty. tMarrying tew suit other folks tiz the pru* dcry ov FpoitenCFe. I should nr 'soon think ov beepinu parden ov a thorn for runnirg , agin3t it. An Englishman correkts hier mistakes be.' fore e mal;es them ; a Yankee afterwards.. Fashions are made for eum folks, i Ld eum folks are made for fahion. Thoze people who hav a grate deal. f I: fekt propriety, I noties, don't have mutcth' f co nythinerole. T...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

-. VAIfIEF k3.. ." " Tin: widow of t neural Tomb Thumb has marnitd sgoin. She in 32 irchts iii heigh:, and h:-' hu-band is also a dwarf. As eCOilent to t te machinery of the iron clad Li IRtquin, while at target practice r if Se'rbourg on \\'edeseday, cuseod the death of tliric men, besidesa sverely injuring two otlhere. A .rEsr, matrimonial event occurred at Galena, Illinoie, a mother and daurbhtcr both being married at;the Pame time, ho0 grandmother of theo junior biide acting as bridesmaid. . i .:.. STIe death is.reported of the, ' oldes in habitant" of the Aurtrian capital, and.pro I ably of the' whole empire;.' a widowl neanied 4agdalcna Paauza, who is said to have been i woaros n "Yonbersni 'perhapsl the oldest person in the world. iHer name is .Mrn i.'timinaohki an'd eh'se assert fthat ohe is' 11"0 years old..i She,lives with her,:daughter, h'er granddaughter, and her gr.at-grand f Tnunoinis talk :in France of.: utilising water courses s a railway motive power. It. it propoee...

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A Valuable Tree. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

A 'alublde Tree. No worm or insect i eveer found upon the cuealyp:u tree, or in the earth where its roots permeate. A row of there trees planted through ano orchard or vineyard will cause insecce, worms and caterpillars to vacate that region. The branches of the eucalyptus tord in the rooms or windows, or as decora tions in dwelling rooms, will cause morqui toes, moths, tleas and flies to leave the pre. mises, and when tho leaves are placed beneath a carpet around the border of the room when the carpet is laid, is an in. eranceo against the tmoth, and bran-che plse-d beneath the bed pillows, a protection aguinst fleas. TirE new Persian Minister at L^ono if3 _,,a bMehemmed All Kann Al-eor-Sultan. Eviir:ntly ha is a great man.. Meanwhile i Sthis lltlicted country is tottering along with- I out al'ersian Minister. 1;t 1870, after sixty years of military service, Marshal von Moltke received l;he star of the Order Pour le Merite, and now is the only man who wears that decors !ion. IInxxn...

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BATHS FOR THE GIRLS. To the Editor of the Leader. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

BATHS FOR THE GIRLS. To the Editor of the Leader. Sir,-As the Brunswick baths are now opened, could you ,kindly inform me if there are to be any days fixed for the girls to bathe. It is rather hard for the girls not to have a large bathing and swimming place without going a distance. I remain, etc., A WOULD-BE BATHER.

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The Peril of the Passenger Train. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

The Peril of the PIasaengcr Train. Lot me tell you, boys, of a run we made On the " West Carolina line," When I was a stalwait efgineer SBut just past twenty-nine. There the track winds over' 'tho' steep Blue Bride Where the rocks lie, pile 'n pile, And drops down over a fearful grade.;., ,r Two huidred feet tothe miile. We had pushed up the morning freightthai day, For I had charge of the "' Aid," With Ben, my fireman, pluckiest lad' t" That ever the kindlings laid, To await the express we had side-tracked out Jest east of the gravel train, Which a gang of convicts under guard' Was laboring to fill again. Just how it chanced I can scarcely tell 'The guards seemed carelees grown, And the engineer for a minute's space Had left his car alone, When a stealthy convict dodged between And slipped the coupling-pin, And then, with a stride and a swinging bound, He dodged himself within. Quicker than thought his desperate hand Had jerked the throttle wide, And before the sentinels looked to ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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The Cæsar of China. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

I-The Caesar of China. S -.--?4. By W. C. Kitchen, PH. D. "Such was Lichimin, surnamed Taitsong the Great. China, in his day, was not the uniflicl and hoInogeneous empire it is now. Indeed, when T'it isong's fathel:r, Kaoteou. mounted the dragon throne, in A.r. (,'0, there aere many who prophesied that lhe would be the last native ruler of the l:hinese. The nation was broken op into hostile factions, cachi struggling for the control of the government; the inhabitants of Tonquin and Anam were harassing the southern border of the empire; in the east the Koreans had refused to eend the cus tomary tribute, and rumors wedre abroad that they contemplated a revolt; the. Thi betans and the onvago. tribs' of -KaBbgar and Turlkestan'thr.atenen d an invasion fromn hle west,. while the -Iogol Taloara, ,the inveterate -foes of the country, hung like a black storm cloud along the northern marehcs..' The-n ine years during which Knoteou occupied the throne were passed in wars, both beyond the fron...

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CORRESPONDENCE. A WEST BRUNSWICK WANT. To the Editor of the Leader. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

CORRESPONDENCE.. IA WEST BRUNSWICK, WANT: To the Editor ol the Leader.: Sir-- Knowing the ! power of the Press andd the interest taken. by your journal in local matters, I would ' like to bring forward a subject that has seemed to be quietly shelved for some time, and that is the opening up of a road from West Brunswick direct to Melbourne. Some time ago, I believe, a meeting was. ieldd for the purpose of advocating sutch, but I have heard of no practical out come. Perhaps you could enlighten me on ~that point. West Brunswick is a rapidly rising locality, and with the col struction of the Victoria-street- bridge (andl sh:ould the railway included in the proposed bill by the late ministry ibe carried ont), there will without doubt be a large iiflux'of population: Now, Sir ?tlhere is no:direct roadway at'present exitinsg ;persons desiring to drire intoe Melbourne having a long a2d wearisome ride round. Why'lijould not Pearson street be'taken through to i Park-street, aid 'thiCceI a ro...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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THE COUNCIL TABLE. COBURG.—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

THE COUNCIL TABLE.' COBURG. L.ONDAY . Prosent: ,Cr..Kelly (president), Ben- c son, ? uolby, "Jukes, M'Crory; Rolland, F'ichidr, ;.Vincent and Voice. ORRESP?ONDENoE. From W. H. Watson, complaining of the inefficient drainage of DeCarle street, and nuisance arising from de ficient drainage of a stable thereon. Referred to Inspector. From Health Department, directing attention to several stagnant pools of water in Station-street. As the making of the street is noiv uiider'consideiation, it was decided to forward a reply to this effect. From the Pound keeper, stating that repairs were needed to the pound. Referred for report to the engineer. From the Coburg School Board of Advice, asking assistance in urging on the department the necessity of repairs to outhouses attached to the Coburg State School. Referred to the inspector to report. From Health Department, forwarding col ies of circulars for councillors.. Cr. Vincent moved that the returns asked be for yarded, and that the health I o...

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TRAGEDY AT EAST BRUNSWICK. A GRIEVED FATHER. COMMITS SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

TRAGEDY AT. .EAST ] BRUNSWICK. A; GRIEVED FATHER. COMMITS SUICIDE. \ Considerable excitement was crented v at East Brunswick on Tuesday afternoon I when it became known that a man named William Hart had shot himself at the bakery establishment of his son a in Lygon-street. Many rumors were at I first afloat, one amongst others being j that murder and suicide were the I principals in the tragedy, but such proved not the case, the deceased ( having simply ended an embittered life i by discharging the contents of a revolver into his head. Before entering into the particulars of the case it may be as well to state that the deceased resided at Drybuirgh street No th Melbourne, and for some time had been on bad terms with his chiliren. At the beginning of this year he caused, to be circulated a pamphlet of a villainous naturel addressed inm tie shape.of a, letter, to llis, cldest":son Frederick William, who l he accused df having acted "in an unseipuilous iand sneak thiefý manner," ,iwhil...

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The Coburg Leader. "Iam in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak, impugn it whose list." NOVEMBER 26TH, 1890. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

"I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, andi there fore the truth I speak, impugn it whoso lisi ." , NOVEMBER 26Tir, 189o. -: o : NEWS 1AND. NOTES. Withlthe approach of Clhristmas, sec retaries of town cricket clubs are making arrangements for country matches dur ing holidays.: The Coburg second in tend "isiting Yarrawonga,', where they will compete with the local team on Christmas anddBoxing Days.. PFollos crs of the club;wishing to join in the ex cnsrion are invited to communicate with the secretary. or any: member of the coimn mittee. On New Year's TiDa the Cohusrg first will'trip to Sandhurst; for, the 'liurpose of playing the Benili o United on thle Bael . Creek cricket ground Aavisitorpeering through the door of the Council'Chambers of Cobrg slhortly might for the ,;moment haive. imagined thathliewas amid all the exciting scenes of a Monte Carlo gambling den Tllere was a sound of !jifigliig cciiis, 'gldrglittei ed oni the council tableandjoaide...

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RANDOM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

RANDOM NOTES:° fil The Brunswick branch of the Chu arch ofB England Temperance Society held a meeting p" at the Christchurch Schoolroom on Monday evening last, with the Rev. C. P. M. Bardin in the chair. After the rules, prepared by m the committe appointed for that purpose, had been approved, the chairman introduced w Mr. Sutton, from the C.E.T.S. at Christ- le church,. South Yarra." Mr Sutton in his im spcc:h, which was most instructive through- ill out, began by apologising for the absence of to Rev. i. F. Tucker, of South Yarra, who was w unable to be present. lie then referred to la their society started some two years ago with ha a small number of members, but now re numbering 150 in the adult, and 250 in the e juvenile section. Entertainments were given le periodically and a great interest was kept up in them. He urged the ladies to take an h active part in the affairs of the society, as d their inflnence for good could be very great, and promised to try and induce the Rev. t...

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POPULAR SCIENCE. Small Things. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

The infin i in I i to the infinite. "fi'ths rkelatione ql'tbe, telescope in the world-crowded realms of p space fill us with amsaz~mE nt and awe the wonders disclosed by the microrcepo in the minutest atoms that float in the water or - the aier orgKoto make "iopthetlolid aggregate of t?3ra'KtiYl, ~ ld&e ss co;dpiel 'our admire tion. -. Thli waters and iceeof 'almost the whole i Antsirctie-Oceau aro-literallycmrn.anmwee- with tinyltnimalcnles. To theunecien'tifi theas i little'creatures are merely specks of niud or I dust; but.when magnified they ao'seeti to be animal....Very insignificant animatls, youn will'esay. But what are they doing I Simply Il s)oalfrihz Me Aentarctic Ocean--laying the foundations of a great islandl cr perchance a continent. Itcent explorations in that region show that they have already formed a submarine bank four hundred miles in length t by one hundred and twenty in breaddb. t Small as these creatures are, they are en. I gaged in avast business. It ...

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POETRY. Rainbow Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

POETRY. R Oainbow Land. iT JAME3 JEFFRErY RIOCtE. --44 --- "From th?evalley of morn, where tear-dropsi hungr The glitterihg bow of promise sprung, So near itwas plain to the dullest sight So distantno hand could reach it quite; ' And over--hce hills and far away ~, t strctcihd where thle heights untrodden L?lay ;' Jlit Fancv,,truer of eye than Truth, O6uld see'Rainbow Land from the plains oft , youth. There was gold uncounted in that fair land , There wle shining laurels and honbrs grandl 1 (There was love, undlying, an friendship IO'eCr theniountains bright and bli But rouyih and hard was the upwar climb' them-reacherous slope of tho4hills of time. -Tie lausrels we sa;v from the plain blow o -We missed ere we reached thi line of - snow; ,. nd the .geld foru which ~we reedily I wrolght t If we foj?ll at all, i lwas dearly bouglht. Few are-the eyes thlal are blest to find ·Tthe road to the land where all are blind, jVhere the happiest one is he vlh'oli es Alone for the happiricss he ...

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A MISSIONARY'S LIFE WILD NORTH LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 26 November 1890

A MISSIONARY'S LIFE ':WIL!D'NORTH'L' AND" . t.. h , j , , , .. . '" ' " : ",7i ,,U .IRe. Edgler-tot. R. Yoe?ng, , ! ;5pQl tglqp IJ t-,ADqI T ENTittS AND) UNIeQU?. f ExcEgne ESe, sPicDt., YOU enG AND uaS e hlati IN Tillf IorAcCoi.ps ri Twc i e p s llu.giiMoa.a l.ES Oci Os SrTP.cI .. b To i'iy it cay b' interesti'g news Vto a hearc thath:.ero. is, on this continent, s? t ,tmighty commercial lirm, employing nmillioin a of dollars of nipital; that hat bcen in 'cdn= I tid'cih?a" cxiatence '-inece f' the ''reign of b Charlese1t., a period, ot over two ;hundred e years. ' f, 'For ver'tw"t centuries the Hudsdon Bay c OJmpany.have been the wealthieat o, rpora I t lion of, and have exercised almost despoticb po?'e?ra 'i.sthao great "North weet.: The q charter which they received froi Charles 1. 1, was only saurendered a few years agoto the I G'vi'rimen? of the'doiiinion"of Canada. a 'Per it they' received three hundred thousand pouondsian, cashand also immense grants of t lad . ....... .........

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