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SOME GOOD RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

SOMNE GOOD RECIPES. You need never he at a loss for a perfect sweet course so long as currants are available. A special feature in every well-organisedc household is a knowledge of- cur rant cookery. It has rmanny ad\van tages. First, the regular use of currants is conducive to health that is all important; second, it is very economical; and last, but not least, the flavour of a dish that contains currants is always attrac tive. A larder with a reserve of currants is always well stocked. Always have themn handy. The fol lowing recipes have been specially prepared by a leading expert in domestic cookery.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRUNSWICK V. COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

H lie ('ll: lx-~ and ie'-ultc \ii'z th ol (.obr~Lr~\i~. .... l 3~ .1. L i ll·.n i;2 . . ·(1. Tap 'ea ev o our .Cnii

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DAINTY DOILY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

L)\INT'Y DOTLY. This pretty doily has n ca tre of fine liner. The Tehallions ' are made of 3;IattIibcerg z raitt, thd cen tre of eachi being a rilng, which can be bought roowly-io;loi. The medallions are caught to gether with a thread or two of the; lirnen used in working the desi.gns, and fastlened to thie scalloped edgj of the doily with " spider threads " anid webs, as shown in the illustra tion.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A DIFFERENT THING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

A DIFFERENT THING. Green: I thought you told me Ihe, other day that that fellow Brown wuns as good as his word? Stewart: That's \\lhat I said. Green: Well, he told me the oiherc day he would do (something which hic has never done. Stewart: But I didn't say his wor, was any good. 'Ignorancc.' reinairked th ie talkative youth. 'thexy .ay is bliss.' 'Oh, that accounts for it. thlen." an swered his friend. 'Accounts ior \\what ?' queried the youth. 'The contented and happy look you "sunally wear.' the other replied. That husband of mine has ione tco far. I can't stand him another day: What's the trouhle now? Why.. last night he natually coi plamined that my mui .tard-plasters were not as hot as those his mother used to make! 'Dear ii.' she sighed. .-a he went en with .the other things. I've e('tan so much soup that every time I swal lohw . piece of 1)reoad 1 ean hearm it splash.' --0------ Drill Serigeant: 1 say., Smith, have you any idea how slow and stupid you are? Private Smith: I do...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New School Committee. BRUNSWICK WEST NEW STATE SCHOOL, No. 2890. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

New School Committee. -BRIUNSWICK \IWEST' NEW STATE ,SCHOOL. No. 2890. This school is sit aicd at Viicorinm street. West Hrunswick. olpositO Mm. Dowsley's, nnd Messrs.. T. Mamflanm,. Cllen, loblert Ellioti. Archibfld Hea: hmrn. :and W~ l)owsley have hmn eleci ed mombers of tho new School Con: Inittee, whilst Mrs. Ecahurn mhas been elected honor-ary lady repiesentative oni the cominumittee.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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THE PITY OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

THE PITY OF IT. O Do you know Singster? He is full of music. Yes, and what a pity it is he allows0 it to escape.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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KNEW A LITTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

K N W A LITT"1LV. A igent ilermnn travelling so'me time ago asked a olle-arine(d mienldiclant by whom he was accosted how he lost his arim. "Jt was like thiis, sir. The last timie I \ceit to sea we was caught in a typhoon oil Cape 'Orn. The ship W'ent over on her lioan ends, so the capi'n e orders me aln Toiti to g0 out a:i the yartldarmn to keelhaul the bo'sprit and ter stlice the jib hoomii to the niunimash. I was a hainin' on to the top-gallant rat i lins, when 'lii suddenly let go hiis end, antid I was pitched 40 feet in the 'old." The gentleIman smiled. "That's a capital yarn," he said. "You ought to have been a sailor," aniid went on his way. Crestfallenthe beggar watched his interrogator, and saw a crossing sweeper touch his hat most defer entially to him. "I say, Jim, who's 'e w'en 'e's at 'one ?" he called. " Him ?" replied the sweeper. "Don't you know who that is? Why, that's Admiral ergsrford,'."

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHEEP CENSUS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

SHEEP CENSUS. 4- Austria ......... ...... ..' .2,428, 586- I Hungary ... . .. "6 '..N ... ..3, Bosina-l?erzego n?a.. ... 2.498S Belgium ;. ... . ,.i.. Bulgaria ... S. . . . . S130 997 Denmark, Iceland, etc 3191 Finland .. . . . . ... 901 44, France ........,10,700 G "' Germany-7:-:0 -'.i tlO.:. . . 0 , Greece ..4.. . . 81. Itah " . . 1113~?08 Montenegro .... . ... 400,000t Netherlands .. .. . -.. . SSO,9:36 Norway ... ... ... ... ... ... 3,393,44S Portugal ............ 280W2,qs IRoumania.. . 6.)3lit Russia in Europe .. . 4.. OSO0,000 SaxonyI .o.S.:S ..t. .:-: Servia ... ? ? .. . .......: . .. .-160,16 Spain . .. o.. .... 1 117,10 Sweden ........ . . . 1010,21t Switz.rland . TuirkVey -. 6012,568 United -Ningdom Oi. OS'. 31 24( All ather Europe .~ - . 4G1 0 Total- Etrope ..u,.1.16.=3 Cey-·i~i{. -:-··,? : :;#5Z{i·.K~~'i*4;61)3 New' South Wamlcs . . .. 443202 Victoria ... .. .. S... 1383,0L West Au,~.ls-'tr.8-;. :a .. . . 405008 Uasnnnia .1. (88 310 Total Australia ...92,742,034 Aucklan...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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THE FARM. AVAILABILITY OF FERTILISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

THE FARM. AVAILABILITY OF 'ERTILISERS. The value of a fertiliser for crops does not depend on its total per centage of nnammoniia, phosphate of lime and potash, but upon thle per centage of those constituents that the growing crop can utilise. This is the point that a farlmer has to look at when consilering the elli cacy of an artificial manure. There are- n, gotlod nuny substances that contain a high percentage of one or the other fertilisiag constituents but the constituents are in such an inert form that they afiord little or no inourishment to the crop. They "analyse well," but are had fertilisers. A glaring instance of this class of ,ubsltance (the "Mark Lane Elxpress''" points out) is ground leather. It cootnins a very large pe'rcentage of atlloonlia, bult (d'cn-ll poses so slowly that it has no right to the title "fertiliser."'' The plant asks for fool awl is given not ex actly a st one, but. soiecthillog nOer ly as hard. \Wih t li e present sys tem of tllit'nsive cull iat io...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ladies' Column. SEWING CHAIR WITH HIDDEN DRAWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

compartments, hidden undler the seat ready to be drawn out whenever any article is needed. It slides in and aout of the side, and fits snug ly, so that it is unseen when closed. There is no handle on the dirawer, but it is opened or closed by a~ thumbscrew on the side of the chair.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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JAPANESE ENTERTAINMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

J APANESE ENTEfRTAINMENTS Stage managemelnt in Japan is somewhat eccentric. When an actor is killed during the play a man in black rushes on and holds a large cloak before thie supposei corpse, who rises and runs olfT the stage. T'he scenes are never shiftedl, but the whole stage re\olves upon wheels; while between the acts the children among tile audience rush be hind the curtain and play until the drum beats for another act. The performance begins at 10 a.m., and the audience provision themsel\ves for twenty-four hours, curling them selves up on mats and smoking the whole time. The lead keel of the Vanderbilt de fender of the America Cup, weighing 124,000lb., has been cast at Bri?s tol, Rhode Tsland, G'.?,A.,

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Why Fat Kings Were So Popular. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

Why Fat Kings Were So Popular. - +------- There was for generations a cus tom in India of weighing the king, or ruler, in gold, and giving that gold to the poor. The custom pre ,ails to-day in some parts of In din, and King George V. of Eng land& would have been weighed dur ing his visit there, in keeping with the custom, had he been an ordi nary Eastern monarch. Perhlaps this weighing in gold was hecause most Indian rulers ,were extremely fat gentlemen. At any rate, It was tihe fat monarchs who were the most popular in the olden days, for on ho ''weighing days" every additional p.oundil of king meant so nlitany more rupees for the pioor. A M ajaarajah who was recently crowned seated liiuself in one of the gold pans of thle balance, while into the other wwas thrown gold coin until royalty rose in the scales. The .3lahrarajah, by an unwritten law, did not become legally chief until he hadl beent weighed in thi' nmanner. In oldent tines the customn prevailed of throwing the nt...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Bird Migration. TWO GREAT PUZZLES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

Bird Migration. TWO GIREAT PLTUZZLETS. In connection with the phenom enon of the migration of birds, the two great puzzles are-Why does it exist ? and Row is it performed 'Y The first question is not answered by saying it is a habit into which some birds have fallen fr the sake of securing to themselves those means or conditions of life that are im plied by "fitting temp!,erature and suiliciency of food." Ti'cre are birds that migrate when, to al human appearance, there is no needl for doing it. The fihldfare to take a familiar exa:mple--might as well live and breed in Scotland darIing the suniiaer, so far as tem pe'rature and food supply go, as does its congener the thrush. TIhe answer to the question mlust slhow the reason for the fornmation of the hablit-must say why migration first began, andI why it continued till the habit became an inherited in stinct. It must show why certain nir routes are followed that do not senem to be tile best available; and why the migration is limite...

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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. T.O.O.F. Competit ion: Coburg. eight for 180 (iR. Canet 40 and five for 11, F. Pridhanl 141, E. Pridham 31, W. Thomas 24 and three for 44, A. Loh 18 not out and 11 for 44), beat Colfax, 58 and 61 (Abbott 15 and 31, Sellick 12 and 1I. Fear 11 not out and two for 35, and Robertson two for 38), by an innings and 61. A.O.F. Competition: Brunswick, six for 91 (Dawson 41. Stokes 18, Mar chant 12: R. Weate two for 31, Gibbs two for 4, Roff one for 17), v. Yarra. berg, seven for 202 (L. Weate 55 not out, Roff 50, R. Weate 22, Puryman 15; Toms two for 71, Pike twc for 61) Free Gardeners' Competition: Brunswick Lodge, 113 and seven wick ets for 80 (R. Peck 34 and 22, C. Ken nett 21. M. Phillips 37, D. Arniall 10, J. Phillips 18 not out; Hutchinson two for 52, Stewart one for 39, Wrild elev on for 55, Nyman three for 30), beat. Daphne Iodge, 130 and' 55 (Wild 53 and 20, Hutchinson 18 and 13, Wilson 21, Barnett 11; R. Peck eight for 71, l. Phillilps five for 32, C: Kennett t...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NORTH SUBURBAN. A Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

--- O---- NORTH SIUBIRBAN. A Grade. Brunswick Juniors, 87 and one for 73 (Cowley 29 not out and 18, James 31 not out, Graham 14: Cowle. eleven for 42, Jackson three for 13, Iloppins three for 26), bnoat St.. A~nbrose, 97 and 58 (Leheiv 36 .'and 31 not out~, Bull 28; Cross five for 64. Leason fire for 72), by nine irickets. -

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ROSE OF BRUNSWICK V. SOUTH MELBOURNE A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

ROSE OF 1RTIUTNSWTCK V. SOUTR MELBOURNE A.N.A. These two lodge teams met at Fawk ner Park. Loyal Rose of Brunswick won the toss, and, sending their op ponents in to bat, dismissed them for 150. Tlhe chief scorer was Pitt. who made 54 in an hour. His innings was, however, marred bhy several chances. H. Dawson 20 not out. Knight 18. andt Plooy 13 were the only other hatsmen to make any showing angainst the bowling of Cornell and Percival. Both of these bowlers kept a splendid length. Cornell getting two for 26 and Percivral three for 23. The A.N.A.'s score of 150 was made in two hours. With 50 minutes to hat Loyal Rose of Brunswick lost three wickets for 28. Cornell making 10 and Williams 12 not out. Archer (two for 9) and Dar? son (one for 4) got the wickets.z

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THE JUNIORS. FAWKNER FOOTBALLERS V. ST. IGNATIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

THE JUNIORS. FA.WKNER FOOTBA AL,ERS V. ST. TGNATTIUS. Tn the third grade St. Tgnatius cren ted a surrise by dlismissing the Fawk ncr Foothallers for 21. St. TIgnatius howled and fielded ma nificently, and fully warranted by their pnlay on Sat urday the fine position they occupied at the termination of the first round. T. Banliss. who bowls a medium pace right-hand delivery, with a good off break, howled very finely, securing se yon wickets for 12. After havring the 12 runs knocked off him without get ting a wicket. Ie found a spot. and got tlhe whole of his soeven wickets for no runs. He capped this splendid per formance by securing the 'hat trick' and making 28. The Fawkner Foot ballers never looked like making runs, six of their batsmen failing to score. St. Ignatius have lost five wickets for 10S. Besides Bayliss's 28. Lee got 27, G. Bayliss 13. ITeagney 1t not out, and B. Rlush 12.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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CRICKET. SUB-DISTRICT FINALS. BRUNSWICK V. PORT MELB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

CRICKET. -----*----;* SUB-DISTRICT FINALS. BRUNSWICK V. PORT MELB. Brunswick and Port Melbourne, the two leading teams.-in the Sub-District Association, commenced their final match to decide the premiership at Hawthorn cricket ground. Dookie Mc Kenzie, 'Wick's skipper, won the toss from Taylor, the Ports' captain, and decided to bat on a perfect .wicket. Frank Hyett and Dowling opened the innings to the bowling of Anderson and iucColl. The first scoring stroke of the match was a. new stroke to leg for 4 off Anderson. A little later Hyett had the misfortune to split his finger. He retired temporarily, and Hogg came in. He has a nice free style of batting. Dowling was all at sea to Anderson, who soon bowled him before be bad scored. Logan filled the vacancy, and he did not shape too well against Anderson, who was bump ing terribly. Hogg scored slowly, and when 27 he was given out l.b.w. to J. McColl, who had taken Anderson's place at the railway end. Hyett re turned to ,the vacant cre...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

Auctioneers and Estate Agents. ROBERTS, STANLEY & COY. -*' ----- -M's.L.A.---- (MORELAND'S LEADING AGENTS) AUCTIONEER, SWORN VALUATOR, SUB-DIVISIONAL LAND EXPERTS, RENT COLLECTORS, FURNITURE SALESMEN. SHave a large and complete list of Houses and Land for Sale in Brunswick, Moreland : " and Coburg. from £250. Small Deposit. Rent Terms. S1 PHONE BRUNSWICK 46. CONSULT -THE LEADING Auctioneer d Property Salesmen NEW AND COMMODIOUS PREMISES, SYDNEY ROAD, Corner of Blyth Street. ESTABLISHED 16 YEARS. -------OUR SPECIALTY Auction Sales of Property and Subdivision of Land by our Auctioneer, Mr. THOS. E. CRISP, who has had 25 years' experience. Out-door Auction Sales of Household Furniture and Mer chandise receive our careful and best attention. Account Sales promptly rendered. Sworn Valuations of Property and Furniture for Probate and other Purposes. Rents Collected. Absentees Represented. Estates Managed. Insurances of Fire, Plate Glass, Accident, Employers' Liability, Motor Cars,...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Mainly About Mint. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914

Mainly About Mint. -------9-+-- Millnt. sauce, Iproperly proportilnel, is as follhws: 1 tu llspoonfl li: l' - chopped mlitt lea'es, . d iCsslrt, nol ful castor sigar, gil x inear. An excellent tip is ,. a .dd a little boiling water to tht minl and sugar lirst, let it stindl. This irirgs out the real nijint finiv?oir. 1intade. an excellenit drink to take ii between i a ,in Ies. is maide(?i lvk nl mr ig ~i gall?o n of (a! , iilh thesame u:ant ity of strtng .l, minriad,. hone made. (a) - lt. ln s'iirar. dItto whole ginger, and :itric acil. Add these to 2 quarts mf bilang water, and when colt and i hte reinmnacd and a good handfl of mint sprigs, bruised, and previously soaked for 10 minute s in hot water or sherry This is a safe and cooling summer drink. Mint medicine is made by steeping mint laves in mu'e alcohol (ob ainnable frimi n chemist) for 48 hiurs. Ilemove and bottle the ]i quid. A few liruijms in hot water i; excellent for intigestion. Sore throats-ithe satumier variety -are r...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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