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A Corroboree in Central Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

!A ,Corl'obo ee, n; i1::;Geni tral -Australia ^.:ByGolonel. Thomias' W:: Ksnaox. i. When Auslr i wa s diScovered, there was acodnsidrablppilat ionof inativeassiaftered along the coaet'and througl??the interior; tI ! fiiiulbivre-were variously -estimated" but ShaeAteter lhey many have beene they were far I in. tes A!ft tL?&aboriginnil population of the cuntry .ttepresentda y, Like aboriginal people- eerywhelre, tliey hiavesuf-'red greatly by contact with eivilisation,especially by the ueo of ardent spirits, of which Ithey are very fond. -t-A resent there are not'more than forty thousand of them altogether. In the days of Captain Cook there were doubtless more than-b hundred thousand and posnibly oioubloe that '?inure: '"Their'" unibers' are diminiehingyearly, aind: idcourseob no very Irng firte they will follow 'the.o fe- of the; tboriginalasof Tasmania, and disappear al together from the face bf the earth. r_. SOne of their religious beliesi ithist a white man is there-anima...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
High Enjoyment. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

Iligh Enjoymlent. One of the highest and best enjoyments comes through what is done for others. This is believed in theoretically, but-seldom practically. If a man has money, he im agines that the way to enjoy it is either to keep and accumulate it or to spend it on per sonal gratification; yet he misses the very finest of its delights when he refuses to share it or its benefits with others. SJ swith our time, our talents, and our thonghts-kept to ourselves, or usneed simply for our own de lectation, they do not give us a tithe of the real enjoyment that they afford when we use them liberally for the benefit of the family, or friends, or the community. No one who has once tasted the sweets of ministering successfully to the happiness of others will ever again relapse into a purely selfish use of his advantages. ANOTHER morganatic marriage is about to augment the number of matrimonial alliances between royalty and the stage. The Lindgrave of Ilesse, a young man of twenty seven years ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Recipes. CORN BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

Recipes. co u nnEnn. One cup of flour, two cups of Indian meal, butter the eize of an egg, sweeten and salt to taste, one teaspoonful of soda, one cup of sour milk or buttermilk. Sift one and one-half pints of flour with two tableepoonfuls of baking powder, add four tablcepoonfuls of Eugar, half a teaspoon ful of salt, two eggs and half a pint of milk. Bake on a hot, greased griddle, and sift with powdered sugar. COLD SLAW. Take one quart of finely chopped cabbage; add to it three tablespoonfuls of thick, sweet cream and stir well, adding one tea spoonful of salt, one heaping tablespoonful of sugar and pepper to taste. Lastly, add hali a pint of good cider vinegar.

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Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

A damp cloth dipped in salt will remove egg stains from silver, or tea stains from china dishes. If you dip the wicks of lamps in strong, hot vinegar, nid then dry them, it will do awai~ with most of'the disagreeable smell. :,tWhen the glass globes of chandeliers have becoore smoked and grimy, soak them in hot water,: to which a little sal soda has been added. Then put some ammonianin hot water, in which dip the globes and scrub briskly with a stiff brush. Rinse thoroughly and wipe dry. In using ammonia for domestic purposes, one tablespoonful to a quart of water is about the ordinary proportion. Great improvement will be found in tea and coffee if they are kept in gloss fruit jars instead of tin boxes. Nothing is better than a glass fruit jar for keeping cooking raisins moist. "Before attempting to seed raisins, cover them with hot water and let them stand fifteen minutes. The seeds can then be rc moved easily, without a particle of waste. Strong carbolic acid is sure death to bed ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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FUN WITH A GUN. DISTURBING THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

FUN WITH A GUN. DISTURBING THE ARMY. At the Brunswick Police Court on Wednesday, before Dr. Talbot and AiIr. King, J's.P., a young man named John Thomas- Cleary, was charged with 'in sulting behavior, and also with carrying firearms without permission. The evidence showed a rather peculiar case. Lieutenant Burnell, an officer of the Salvation Army, said that on Saturday evening defendant went into the "barracks" carrying a gun, and xalking up to the platform said, "At 12 o'clock I will be in another world," at the same' time pointing to the weapon and pulling a box of caps out of his pocket. This caused a scare among the soldiers the police were sent for, and Constable Callender arriving the man was given in charge. The con stable remarked that the weapon was unloaded, but such was not the case with defendant, who was primed with drink. The Bench fined him 20s , in default seven days on the first charge, and 10s., or 24 hours on the second.

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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POLICE NOTES. BRUNSWICK.—WEDNESDAY. Before Dr. Talbot (Chairman,) and Mr. King, J's.P. DRUNK IN CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

POLICE NOTES. BRUNSWICK.--XWEDNESDAY. Before Dr. Talbot (chairman,) aind Mr King, J's.P. DIRUNK IN CHARGE. ,John Lambert came, forward for being drunk in charge of a horse and dray. Fined lOs. DRUNK. Elizabeth Gaynor, who celebrated Constitution Day by getting drunk, was arrested by Constable Jackson and brought up. " I am weak, and a couple of glasses played on me," was the excuse. and the .Bench decided to discharge her on pay ment of 5.. costs, incurred for the care of her child whilst in thie lockup. VAGRANCY. Elizabeth Hagg, a woman who, though dirty and ill clad, bore the signs of " better days," was prosecuted on a charge of vagrancy, and on the appli cation of the police was remanded for a week. ALL TIIROUOG A DAWO. Warwick 'v. Costello, threatening language. Mr. Gillolt appeared for the plaintiff and Mr. Grylls for the defence. Edward Warwick informed the court that on the 15th inst. the defendant leant over the dividing teace of his property, and calling him by several un ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHORT SKETCHES. Breaking Bown. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

3IIRHT SKETCiHES. * iBrcsikinssg IDowyl. Sore men are invincible by nature.! No` failure ean. break them down\ 'Bii therea are thousands of men of superier,inteli-?t rho are de ficient in this glorious' gift'W hici" .of us cannot call to mind soniidndiviidual of this clans, who, after battling manfuilly against petyerae circumstances for a time, at last gave up, aclnowledged himself beat, and tacitly admitted that his life was.a mniserable failure. _Mny a man has thus broken down, when one moto,,vigorous crsay would have tided hiii ovrr: hi dillicultieos biroghttlhm into smooth water, nid'enabled hii' to dsoap his flngers triunliphantly at a:wbrldt which ecarcely bestowed, a. pit) ing look on him as he threwup his armie and cesed to struggle.. C rtein idismal m'ralis'te iell us that we ehbild iever try to cheat oireelves'; 'that' it' is unwiset to:viewv tlihe world' through' rose colored ;glass; ,that our se:rroundings are all ei lleeting" how fori man,'s illusion 'given." 'IButwe i...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE "WILY CHINEE." HAS "ONE" FOR THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

THE "WILY CHINEE." HAS " ONE" FOR THE POLICE. Constable Daly, inspector of nuisances of the shire, appeared as complainant at the Coburg yesterday in a prosecution brought under the Health Act against Ah Goon of tailing to comply with an order of the council calling on him to abate a nuisance existing on his property. Mr. Lyons defended. Evidence was given by Inspector Daly that on the 11th inst. he visited defendant's garden in Bell-street and found a long bed of holes of stagnant water in which water cress was being washed and bagged for market. He served Alh Goon with an order to abate this nuisance but this had not been complied with. To Mr. Lyons: The "bed" of pools consisted of a long drain intersected with holes. Was the water stagnant?-Well slightly so. Do you know that these holes are fille l witn water from theb Ya?; Yi n taps'daily-perfectly pure? They? may Are these holes any, worse thin the usual drinking holes for cattle in grazeing paddocks?-I dareesay there' are some...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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JACKSON'S CUP. S. BRUNSWICK V. PARKVIEW. PARKVIEW WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

JACKSOX'S CUP. -S. :iRU SWICK V. PARKVIEW. PARKVIEW WINS. .:Thefollowing are the scores in the above match :--' PARKVIEW. First Innings. Anderson, b Bray .. Meagher, b Newsom ..... 1 Brackwell, b Bray . 7 Rutley, b Bray, ..: .. 0 Shanrinon, b Newsom ... 8 Wilson, run out .. ... 24 Duff; b Pierce ' ... .; 7 Dickens, c, b Pierce : . 1 Teague, c, b Clough :. : Ross, b Pierce ..: ;.. 2 HayCS, niot out . : '. 0 : Sundries '. : . 2 Bowing Analysis :--Nesoin, 2 wickets for 21 runs ; Bray. 3 for 22 ; Clough, 1: for 6; Pierce, 3 for 4. S SOUTII BRUNSWICK . S : First Innings. O'Loughlin, c. b Rutley ..: 11 ' .. S Bray; b Shannon... .. 0: O'Brien, b Rutley... .. Newsom. c, b Shaunon :..' Pierce, c, b Rsitley ." Clough, run out . . Taylor, b Shianoui ... 12 owse, b Shannonh... . . Pdobjoy, ntsifit .:: . '4 Byes ... . -PARKVIEW - . Second lnnuings." ;:;; Anderso,i, c, b Bray , .. . 7 'lrockwcll, b Newsom :. .;I:1 S h a n n o ni, b, . . .. B' Wilson b Bray 27 Rultley,b Clough .. 0. O :Duff, , b N...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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ARMFIELD AND CROSS' TROPHIES. SOUTH BRUNSWICK V. BELLEVUE. SOUTH WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

ARMFIEuD AND GROSS': 'TROPHIES.::: :. SOUTH .BRUNSWICK V. BELLE VUEI. -SOUTH WINS: Tli' following?re thoe fullL scores in the abovo match : . SOUTH BRUNSWICK. First Innings. Taylor, c. b McAnuff ...: 9 Appleby, run out :.. ... 8 Landells, b McAnuff ... 3 ,-.-.iizgcald,.4 Kcaoy - ... "0." ,Robertson, b iScAnuff 3 .: I :Malone, b Kenny... .. 10 Sinclair, not out ... . ... 11 l'objoy, c, b Kenny ... 0 Anderson, b Kenny ... O Gonlon, ;b Kenny ... ... 4 Bryant, b Kenny ... ... 0 Sundry ... ... 1 Total ... ... 49 'BEI.LE-VUE. .First Innings. Daly, st, stb Anderson ... 6 : osgrove,Cb .Malone ... I Kenny, b Anderson ... 0 Collins, b Robertson ... 19 Miller, b Anderson ... 12 lIolt, b Malone ... ... 0 Finlay, c, b Malone ... 13 Fitzgerald, b Robertson ... 8 McAnuff, b Malone ... 0 Cosgrove, b Malone ... O Glasson, not out ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... 3 Total ... ... 02 SOUTH BRUNSWICK. Second Innings:. Appleby; b Kenny .: " Sinclair, ran out ... ' .. 1S Landclls, b Kenny ... 3 Taylor, c, b Ken...

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RANDOM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

RANDOM NOTES. Residents of North Brunswick have now an opportunity of procuring groceries of the first quality at the very lowest rates, without having to travel any distance, Mr. Macloy having opened large store in King's Buildings Sydney-road north. A call at this address will convince residents of the truth of our assertion. Several benefit concerts are on the tapis, amongst others, an entertainment in aid of the widow and children of the late Fireman Dunstone, which will shortly be held in the town-hall, Bruns wick. The annual inspection of Brunswick will be made by the council on Thursday next, preparatory to the framing ,of next year's estimates. A lady .coirespondentfin our last issue, drew attention to the desirability of having hours fixed for lady visitors to the Brunswick Swimming Baths, and the proposal was considered at the meeting of the Mechanics' Institute, committee on Tuesday when the Baths committee were empowered to make the necessary arrangements to give effect ...

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A MISSIONARY'S LIFE IN THE WILD NORTH LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

A MISSIONARY'S LIFE r " " THE to g WILD NORTH LAND. I' By Rev. Edlerlctlos B. Yotusg, h? (Maslionary to the Crce Indians.) SO.ME OF TEru AnavIw-ruIEs AND UNIQUE V EXP'EItIENCEs Of D:. YO?'NO AhND His W. I IN TILE POLAIR COUNTIRY TWELVE HuIoL'Dui MILLes NoitTIi Or ST.f PAUL. TILE ItEINDEEI:;OR CARIBOU AND A TRAGIC STORY OF A WOMAJN'S EFFORTS TO KILL ONE IN A NORTIIERN LAKE. - al Compared 'with some of the more graceful species of, the deer family, the reindeers ap pears 'ungainly' mid thick-set. Yet he is quick and fleet in his movements, and when ht in his prime, carries gracefully a magnificent' pairotantlers. i, h Although not as large as the moose, yet miany of themni are very fine looking animals, and are much prized by the Indians, who, however, do not train them to draw their sleighs, as do the Laplanders, but hunt them solely for their flesh and skins. , SDuring the greater part: of the year they. live principally in what are known in the far North:as the" Barren Landsi"' The...

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NOVELIST. My Lady's Revenge. CHAPTER VIII.—(CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

NOVELIST. My Lady's Revenge. BY E. GARRISON JONES. cl CHAPTER VIl.-(CONTiNtED). ' Lord St.Aubyn'sheart began to beat with b apprehension. Could Bass be ill yet-worse iven than when he left? At firethis letters !rom Lady Cassandra contained assurances a fa her steady improvement, but toward the last she had hinted that Bess was feeble, and needed change of air. My lady had given up London, and was going for the season to the old chateau in GaEcony, but she was quite sure they should not leave Tresby Weld be- e1 fore St. Aubyn's return. Sorely they had not gone? Almost mad Ui with fear lest a disappointment was in store b for him, St. Aubyn hurried up the steps, and EC rang a vigorous peal. " Your lady is here, at home, of course?" bi .e demanded of the footman who admitted him. "No, my lord; my lady has gone to France." Ie St. Aubyn stumbled forward into the a drawing-room. There he fell upon a sola, ' blind and sick with bitter disappointment. (c For days he had longed for a sight o...

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What He Had to Say for Himself. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

R I it lic II 1d to %a3 for Hiiisslr.f "?Extenuating circumstances" have: sel 'dm been pleaded with greater ingenuity cr ;upon more novel grounds' than by a culprit recently tried in a German court of "justice for'niurder and robbery .,Accordiiig to eue tom, the presiding judge, before summing up the evidence for the jary's consideration, asked the prieone?r ?hetlher he had aiiytlii g to say foi'hiimiself:. ' Oly 'this', your honor," replied' the lattcr ; "it was"not a murder, but a 'sui. cide." :Judge.i " Holw do you niake that out?" ., risoner : " Ia nhiway, 'your honor. The deceased for years before his death went about 'everywhere saying that he Bias deter. mined to put an end to hiiself, but;ha never had the iourige to do s'" At lat: his irreso. lution moved me to pity ; so, to save him frmin disappointment, and,' more especially, from being-woree than his word,' I euioidtd him." Judge: ".Thnat is;all very well, but what .made you takti'his 'atch?"'. Prisoner : " When lie was.d...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

BAPTIST. SUNDAY SCHOOL. .ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. Rarely has such success attended the celebration' of any anniversary in t Brunswick as that which was the fortunate 'lot.of the- Baptist Sunday School on Sunday last. Every arrange meent' had been made to ensure, this favorable result, and the greatest credit is-due to all concerned. The day was gloriously fine, and the attendance at each of the three services was such as would gladden the hearts of superin tendent and teachers alike.: The announcement that the Rev. S. Knight-a popular minister of the Wes leyan denomination-would preach in the morning,' drew 'forth a. very large congregation, and at II o'clock both the floor and gallery of the church were thronged, every seat being crowded to its utmost capacity. The scholars, to the number of fully 300oo, were arranged on, a platform of semi-circle shape, and happy faces of boys and girls and the many colored dresses of the latter all tended to pro duce a truly charming loul ensemble. ...

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The Wild Girl. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

i 'lnrilTcIriW-GiI. The girlf v ten iolrr Iil n w thcrIew nor do hou-cwork has no -business to be decked out in finery and rambling about in search of fun and frolic. There is in6objec'. tion to fun, bet it should be well chosen and syell timed. No girl or woman who will not work has a right to share the wages of a poor man's toil. If she does work, if iho makes the clothes she wears, and assists in the household duties, the chances are that she will have enough self-respect to behave properly when playtime comes; but if she should still be a little " wild," the honest toil she has done will confer upon her some degree of right to have her own way, ill. judged though it may be. The wild girl ueua'ly aspires to prominence in some social circle or other, and her manners and con. duct are in greater or lees degree designed to attract the following of men. She should remember that followers are not always ad mirers, and that the most sincere admira tion a man ever feels for a woman in a...

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POPULAR SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

PUPULAR' .SCIENCE sAn rliitimic i no?n as tli 'dangfian f.ver, "' ta.tly LutLe t ut io Atltir, Greree.; It is l o I.lnwna as thL " etrrgue "' oi k derg.s " fevr;a ihieh name'is eats to have carme front the West Indes, ,where' the negroes call it "" .d f: vi r,"owing to the stiffl attitude to which it t, tipcraily con demtted the !iat ctg. which name was brought to Ef.trpe by Sparisrd , n olfied N into '" dengy." It is rarely fatal, but spreae v?iry rapidly. The tiret.symptoms A are itense tect,l s of face, neck and hands, frrquently accompanied by en eruption. Tne patient then fe?la violent headacte, darting pSinsin the eye, and humming in the ears; ; he cannot wotk, Ehuns the light, and sleep cannot be obtained. Gradually other parts of the body are attacked, till the disease settls with special vehenrence in the legs, A especially in the knee. Toe crisis comes within three to eight days, after which, with E good medical treatment, the patient recovers in four or five days, but gen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

" THE COBURG LEADER." PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, At BATES' BUILDINGS, SYDNEY ROAD, COBURG. PRICE-ONE PENNY. To be obtained at THe LEADER Office, or of Mrs. Summers, News Agent. JOB PRINTING of Every Description executed in the best style. CHARGES MODERATE. "IIULL particulars of Church Work, to Sgether with reports of proceedings of Friendly Societies, Football, Oricket and all Athletic Clubs will be given in the columns of ".THE LEADER," and it is hoped that leaders and Secretaries will recognise our en In *lror to cater-f.r r erisa.in eye;y depi- -"m'inent; b? forwarding for insertion all special advertisements, and according us a share of their patronage. Items of interest, and any articles intended for insertion in our news columns, should be forwarded to the Editor not later than Monday evening, otherwise their publication cannot be guaranteed. Our columns are open to all intelligent correspondents without respect to creed or color, with the proviso that all correspon dence must...

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THE COUNCIL TABLE. BRUNSWICK.—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

BRUNSWICK.-- EDNESDAY. The adjourned fortnightly meeting of at the Brunswick Council was held on I Wednesday evening, there being c present-Crs. Fleming (Mayor), King, Fraser, Lacey, Methven, and   Trenoweth.   CORRESPONDENCE. - From Dr. Talbot, drawing attention   to large sheets of water in Nicholas-   street. Cr. Methven said that he had brought   the condition of Nicholas-street before   the council long ago and would like to see something done. The hnly refer] '?e to was lerlainty proenctive of damage to property there and spoilt the founda tion of the houses. He moved that the letter be referred to the Public Works Committee. Cr. Trenoweth said that he had seen a quantity of water lying there. Cr. Fraser seconded the motion. Carried. From secretary Star of Brunswick C Lodge, A.O.F., asking free use of town hall for a concert in aid of a distressed brother, siuffering from consumption. T Cr. Fleming m...

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Old Age. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 3 December 1890

A medical man compares an old man to an old waggon; withilight loading aond careful load or?sidden stidin .will breaMkit'ha rahin it forever. Many pFeplao:reachtlhe age of fifty or sixty or seventy measurably free from mostdof tli pains hnd:infimiities of age, cheeryin heart and sound in health, ripe in wisdoci"rind experience,` wiithi srimpathies mellowed by age, and with reasonable pros. pectriand opporttnities for continued use fulness in the world for a considerable time. Let such persons be thankful; but let them also be carSul. An old constitution is like an old bone, broken with ease, mended with difficulty. A young tree bends to the gale, an old one snaps and falls before the blast. A single hard lilt, an hour of heating work, an evening of exposure to rain or damp, a severe chill. an cactss of food, the unusual indulgence of an appetite or passion, a sud den fit of anger, an improptr doge of medi cine-any of these or other similar things may out oB a valuable life in an hou...

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