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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
LOST SHORT TIME AGO, FOX TERRIER PUP. Belong to Invalid Boy. Finder kindly return to 382 Sydney Road Bruns wick. Soot & Smoke GET RID OF BOTH. by sending for A. T. GODFREY, The Clean Sweep. 96_Sydney Rd. Brunswick. Australian Women's National League. BRUNSWICK BRANCH. HE President and Committee invite Members and Friends to their 10th Anniversary, to be held in the Rechabite Hall, Albert Street, on Monday 30th March, at 8 p.m. Speakers, Mrs. Bolitho. Mr. Taylour Secretary People's Party. Music and Refreshments. Gentlemen invited. Mrs. Coelyn, Hon. Secretary, --_75 Davis St.. Brunswick. P. WALLACE, FAMILY BUTCHER. Cor. Clenlyon Road, and Blair Street BRUNSWICK. Small Goods fresh daily. Prime Pickled Pork, Ox Tongues. Families w; ited on for orders, and supplied with Best Meat. SOCCER! ORTHUMBERLAND----D U RH AM UNITED Footscray. Players wanted. Apply R. Martin, 214 Nicholson Street. Footscray. Roneo Copy TYPWRITING and DUPLICATING at Shortest Notice. 60 Typewritten Letters or...
VIRTUOUS COLONEL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
VIRTUOUS Ct)LrNaEL. A good Story is toll of the lat( Colonel B-. The inspect ifn of E crack rifle corps v.hhch he conmmand ed passed off satisfa.1't0r lY there were no complaints, - ;1 the regi mwent was evidently in cood order. "But." said the inspec'tin (;Genceral. '"Iam bound to toil vou. Colone. B-,. that rumours hav;ie reached mE of cambling being carried on exten sivcly among your officers. ''That may have been the case. sir," said the Colonet, "'smcn mnontht ago, but I can assyre you that no thing of the kind is in vogue now because I've won all tlle ready mone3 in the recimient., and I vn'ild not al low any vamtbling on credit.'' RWo un are now to try their hanu at. farmine in En:landl. The ex. perimrnt is to be carried out of the borders of Surrey and Susses by a number of ladies who, thougi not directly connected with tht Suffragist organisations, are enthu siasts and believers in 'the "super woman ' cause. They propose to rur a farm of between 30I and 401 acres wrill yiel...
THE JAPANESE. HOW THEY LOOK TO AMERICAN EYES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
THE JAPANESE. ---4-- HOW THEY LOOK TO AMERICAN EYES. The cheerfulness and contentedness of the Japanese are as apparent to any .isitor as their politencss and clhanliness. Every Japanese has a pcrprtial smile on his face. lie has schorled himself to be cont ntted. As for their aestheticism, in refer ence to art. architecture, an 1 taint ing. I shall refer here to two inci dents. I an n' to the chrvean h iaim shows in 1oth Tdkio and Nagoya. In both places the hails were liter ally packed with poor peoplle V. h- had paid good money to see notllin g but rows of t atted thrys antheniums. On the railroad from Kyoto to Tokio we suddenly came in s: it of Fujiyama--the Peerless Uo n ain of Japan. There were sonme thirty Ja panese in our compart me i . Every passenrer oiln tie opl'osite side t'o the car moved across the aisle, and then the entire car-load gaized in rapt adoration at the sacred mountain dur ing the half-hour we were skirting its base. Their self-control is a trait that impres...
Cricket. CUMBERLAND ARMS V. GRAND VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914
:',' .: .?:. .. . Cricket. CUMBERLAND ARMS \. GRAND VIEW. In the aboe- match W. Crouce ralp tained Cumberland Arms, whos" G. Baker captained Grand View. c?".?-q: Ciunmberland Arms. B. Johnson, b Samson .... R. McPhee. b Campbell . W. Williams. h Baker 2i F. Rickett. c Ryan ....... .. .29 W. Crouch. h CampbelHl .. .... 5 T. Leaury, b Borrowman .. 7 G. Butler, b Campbell.. ... .. . 0 B. Waugh, b Campbell ..... ... F. Barrett, b Campbell ..,, .. 4 J. Dee, not out ........... 4 F. Mills, b Smith .. .. .... .. o SSundry ...... .. .. .. .. Total ............ ..104 Bowling: J. Campbell, five for 43: Borrowman, one for 15; Samson, one for 10. o, Grand View. Ryan, b Butler.. .......... 11 Baker, retired ............ 28 Campbell, retired ...... ... 31 Borrowman. b Butler.. ...... 0 Samson, b Crouch ........... 11 Green, c Johnson, b Crouch.. . 0O Baker, b Butlr .. 5........ Dinwoodie. b Leaury ..-:. White, not out ... .. 3 Baker, b Williams .... ...... 4 Smith. b Butler .......... Total . .. ...
The Amalgamation of Melbourne and Brunswick [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914
The Amalgamation of Mel bourne and Brunswick A COl'llloellluenl't WaS illade ill lit tlegotiations for the animalgamation of the two municipnlities ' n lnrida after noon, ,Marlh 27t1h. at the Melbourne Town Hall. There was present at 1. he conference The Lord May-or (Cr'. 1). V. Hennessy), Ahierman Butrto and Cr. Cabeni (ch:iruman of the Fina:nce Coniinittee of tilhe (C 'o . i . I'ep'e.e tativos of the '\elbo,,ii., Uent-il: anti bihe M.avor (Cr. 31illwa,'d). (','.. ["h n in.,=. Phlillips. .\llar'd aml }H 'ckford (chairman of the 1intn,.c ('c a,,ittee). representativ-es of the il u nwi"k Council. Both sets ,f ticl,,ti:e,. :iter a pnrelimiinary mutual av ?,1:,nt a- to advisability of amalma-i''-'. ane close quarters withi th', ,ir of tI o whole subject, nialV e t ht tin iilt a IDcct.-. Stahtmentts of th,, progre s at Brunswick and its tinamia-l liabiilitv inder vanriois loans. ncrefuilly prt'ep:' ed by the Town Clerk of l'unswiii:ik (MJr. Dawson) werlre pl'esellti. lot statements and ...
The Magic of the East. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914
The Magic of the East. Of late years a tendency has been evincedl to decry and belittle the astonishing feats of Eastern con jurers. Many of them, of course, do adlmit of a feasible explanation, but there are others which-well, suffice it to say that the Oriental magic-monger may congratulate him self that in the.se prosaic times there is no capital sentence for sor cery. Here, for instance, is one feat which has hitherto completely bal fled the scientific Western mind. Imagine yourself, if you please, lounging with other travellers upon the verandah of a 'Cairo hotel. There aPlroaches a tall, lank personage of striking appearance, attired in turban and long cotton gown with loose slee:ves, girt round the waist by a rope girdle. IHe is an Arab, with jet-black, pir:'cing eyes deep set in his swarlthy visage, and in his movtments; a nd aspect is as deliberate andtl solimni as a High Priest of Budlidhat. Throuzh the me dium of his English-speaking in ter!,riter, he expresses his willin...
Prince Arthur's Regiment. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914
Prince Arthur's Regiment. I It The ltoyal Scots GTreys, in whose r unifortl Prince Arthur of Con *naught was married in the Chapel Iloyal, and an escort of whomt at tended the . bride and bridegroom after the wedding as thly dro vet away from St. ,lames's, was or ginally enrolled by Thomas 1 al- t -ell as a regiment of dra gools inl the year 1.681. tie clothed them in St-rne-grey costs, for which colour that eccentric veteran had a pIre-1 dilection, andi for that reason. doubt less, the popular name " Scots tre ys," now oflicially authoristed as the title of the regiment, came into vogue. The regiment is called the "Grey Dragoons" in a journal of the period. The grey chargers which are the f dilstinguishing feature of the regi nient's turnout to-day n-re adopted some fourteen or fifteen years after t the raising of the corps, during ' William Ill.'s war in the Low Coun ties (where the Greys first proved ( their mettle on the battlefield), in r accordance with a fashion of the time o...
DIED TOGETHER. FATE OF YOUNG CONVICTS. TRAGEDY IN A CELL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914
SDIED TOGETHER. FATE OF YOUNG CONVICTS. TRAGEDY IN A CELL. While comfortable members of l'Parliamnent were making dull jokes d about ameliorations in the prison system, two young convicts died by ltheir own hand in their cell at Mahistone Prison. 'lThe circumstances constitute what the Kent County Coroner described as thie "most remarkable case he was ever called to investigate." The deceased were Sidney Bunyan, agedl 25, and HIarry Finch South clife, :i. loth were undergoing life sentences for wilful murder. iliriyan was convicted in Septem Ier, 1907, The d(leath sentence in each case was conmmuted to penal servritude for life. lhinvn n lad been an inmato of Xiaidstotne P'rison since December ', 18~, andr the other man since .' e lxlembe, 1011. ()n the wa'rders taking cocoa roundi (11 Tues-day evening SouthcliTe's cell \\as frurndl to be Iurricaded, nil orn an enitr; being nefected lhun n i wans discovered on the bed dead, wilhile Southcliffe lay on the floor in at dying condition....
I.O.R. CRICKET ASSOCIATION. BRUNSWICK V. NORTHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914
1.O.R. CRICKET ASSOCIATION. BRUNS1~CK V. NORTHCOTE.? The above semi-final match was play ed at Clifton Hill. Saturday. Scores: Brunswick: First Innings. F. Kemp, c and b Webb ...... 11 G. Cann, b Jacobes ......... 29 H. Gillard, c and b Clarke .... 1 C. McLaine, 1 b w, b Jacobs .... 18 P. Bishop, c Angus, b Clarke .. 9 W. Temple, capt., c Jacobs, b An gus .................. 17 W. McConnell, c Smith, b Godfrey 28 G. Agg, b Angus ...... .... O W. Roberts. b Godfrer . . 10 L. W'illiams, b Godfrey .. .....0 F. Martin, not out .......... 5 Sundries........... ... -18 Total .. .......... 146 Bowling: Angus, two for 35: Ja cobs. two for 21; Webb, one for 14; Clarke, two for 38; Godfrey, three for 21. Northcote: First Innings. Clarke, b Kemp .. ..........0 Jacobes, st Mortin, b Kemp .. 6 Webb, b Cann .......... .... 22 Smith, b Kemp . ..... ....... 4 Anguts, c Williams, b Kemp .... O Godfrey, c Temple, b McLaine .. 14 Webb, c Martin. b MeLaine .. 0 Strattell, b. MlcLaine.... ..;.. 4 Cartled...
CYCLING. ROAD RACING SEASON OPENS. COBURG CYCLING CLUB AGAIN TO THE FORE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914
CYCLING. IO.\D RACING SEASON OPENS. COII R(; CYCLING CLUB AGAIN TO THE FOiRE. Followers of cycling will be pleased to know that tihe road racing season will be opened on Saturday, -ith April, when a 5-3Mile Road Race. under tile a:uspices of the Coburg Cycling Club, will be hehl, starting fl-on the Cyclists' Hotel at about 2 p.m. A good crowd will be expectedl. as there is a good ,,ntry of fast riders, and only the wean ther to spoil the enjoyment. Poad racing is .becoming very- popllar in Australia, and some day may become, like Framnce the premier spolrt.. Co Imrg opened the rold season last year. mnd they scem to be thie pioners.
ON FEEDING OATS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914
ON FEEDING OATS. All horses when fed on whole oats will swallow some whole oats with out chewing them, and the stomach cannot accomplish what the tetfh fail to do. This applies to young as well as old horses. A "general average by chemical an alysis in a stable of 100 horses, old and young, shows 21 per cent. wast ed. Meanl after meal is so overtaxed with indigestible oats, which weaken and inflame the digestive organs so they cannot perform their functions and extract all the nutriment even from the masticatch oats. When you feed your horse whole oats and you see whole nots in the manure, you don't know how much ,nutriment the animal gets, beca:se Sou see waste with your naked eye. But when you feed your horse crushed oats you know exactly how much nutriment it will get, for all the nutritious parts of the oats will digest. The saliva, when the oat is opened (crushed), will mix with the diges tible part of the oat, whether the teeth further masticate it or not. The saliva is what d...
JUNIOR CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914
JUNIOR CRICKET. The Brunswick Junior Cricket Club, with 29 points scored out of a possi ble 33 to date, have secured the pre miership of the North Suburban Asso ointion. The President, Mr. W. J. Moulton, entertained tae players to a social evening on Thursday nighto, at his private residence, De Carloe street.
A NOTABLE RIDER. C. MUTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914
A NOTABLE RIDEIR. C. MUTTON. C. 3luttonl has been riding well, but had not been riding brilliant, but who knlows his lnew 'Thistle' nmaly hlave done the trick -- lie surprised every Onle at- til Exhibition on Saturday, 1st. l March. H-e sccuredlltl the Cobullrg Clulb lace. ind other races, and '"~'ever tiurled a ihair," and rode stlrong in the hour teams' race, gaining hIap money, and tinishing foullrth. Again nf theL 28th Mlarch (last ~nturday) lie \yon tile hleat of tilhe Half Mile, and also tlhe tinal of the Half Mile. He won the heat of M[ile, and was beaten by a bare -1 inches. He rode veiry we:l in the club race. The limit man was 2)20 yards, but he caught him eascily, and fiuished with plenty in hand. The traclk was a heavyi grass one. but de -pite these adverse conditions hie rode like a dchampion. C. Mutton is a re sident of Fawkuer, and traverses tie dlistance to .Melbourne on his bike, iand does noit depend upon the Coburg Sormerton raih'ay.
THE FARM. WHAT IS THE MATTER? [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914
THE FARM. -4----c--- WHAT IS THE MATTEiR ? Tall?dng with a farmer not long since about the present demands up on the man who tills the soil, he said :- 1 "Sometimes I get almost discour aged. It seems as though the col leges and you editors were crowding the farmers along faster than we know what to do. It didn't used to be so. The demands for this and that change are coming thicker and faster." We do not wonder that some farm ers feel like this. The minds of men are getting greatly stirred as to the c necessity for more and better know-i ledge, for better mcthods concerningi the handling of our farms. The very conservative farmer, like our friend above quat.d, does not feel just clear that these things are just right so they feel uncirtain. Like honest men, they want to do what is for the best. They dlo not feel like ad mitting that they have been wrong in their understanding of their soil. They will confess that it does not act as it used to twenty-five or thirty years ago. Like m...
CRICKET. SUB-DISTRICT FINAL. PORT MELB. PREMIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914
CRICKET. *. SUB-DISTRICT FINAL. PORT MELE. PREMIERS. There was a large attendance to wit ness t~he finish of this match on Sat. urday last. The odds were greatly in favor of Port Melbourne, as .they had 140 runs to the good, with two wickets to fall, and the wicket satuirated, al though it played much better as the day wore on. Anderson and B. Mc Coill resumed batting, and added 23 before the innings closed. "O'~Loughlin was the best bowler, and finished up with six wickets for 114 runs. Facing the deficit of 163 runs, Brunswick opened thleir second innings. Ander son got the first wicket for 0. Paton was caught by B. McColl off Anderson. Logan fell n victim to J. McColl. lBridges made a swipe at McColl, and was smartly stumped by Brereton; 4 for 1. McIKenzie followed, and his 1st scoring stroke was a fourer off McColl. In McColl's third over he lifted him for 6, and later for 4. In Mc~oll's next over he made a nice cut for 4, and was then caught by St. John off J. McColl. Out of th...
Brunswick Baseball Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914
Brunswick Baseball Club. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the club was held at- the Retreat Hotel on Thurs day evening, the 26th inst., at 8 p.m., at 'which there was a large atendanc, of meitbers. Mr. W. Littlejohn was voted to the chair. Several reprcsentatives of the I)hunswickk Cric it Club were in at tendance, incliuin g Messrs. Bray and Stone. A letter was riead from the Bruns wick Cricket. Club, asking the Base hall Club to appoint delegates to meet them and work out a scheme for the better working of the Intter club, and io thei mutiual advauntage "of both! clubs, and after soime discussion on it the mnecting appointed M.essrs. W. J. 'Moulton. Wiunn,, Williaou .: and.. :-Bin: Stead as delegates it ltaive "an 1?fr ence With ..the Briunswick Cricket Club: Comnuittce, and adjourned "the iimet ing to a date to: be fixed. As soon as the coiiference is held, the delegates "ill report., nud the annual meeting will take place, when a full report will appear in our columns. The ...
Coburg Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914
Coburg Pictures. A large number of people attended the above last Saturday night-. The filns scrcened merited the apprecia tiron and enjoymeut they evoked. The star picture. The Broken Chisel, wans u,)table for its striking photographic effects. Inclcuded. in the prictures chosen for Saturday lnext, Alril 4th, is a 3000 feet star drama, entitled iThe Curse of thie Gohlen Land, featuring Courtenay Foote, the well-known photo-pla-y nac tor. This picture, a. creditable .pro duction of the Vitagraph Co.'s, will please you. Two Key1stne- comedies, Thie \'ale of a Black Eye. and At Twelve O'clock, will be srcied also. On ,tlhe followving Tuesday, April 7, the star picture billed is entitled The Quen's Jewels.- an exciting feature drauia liroduced by the Itala Cso·i and other specials. Admittedly the pictures shown at Lake Hall are equal to anS;
THE GARDEN. EFFECT OF LIGHT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914
THE GARDEN: EFFECT OF LIGHT ON THE DE : -VELOPMENT OF FRUIT. lExperiments have been made to as certain the influence that light exer cises on the development of fruit,.and the results are interesting. The experiments were made by let ting the fruit ripen (1) in bags that shut out all rays of light, (2) in transparent bags giving an attenua ted light, '(3) fruit ekposed to full daylight; the trials were made on grapes, cherries, pears, apples, etc. FIrom the results it would appear that light is absolutely necessary onl3 during the first stages of the formation of fruit and grain. After* this initial stage has passed, the fruit seem able to complete its de velopment and maturity equallv wvell in obscurity as in full light, although under the influence of the latter .a greater amonurit of dry substance was acquired. It was observed that the best re sults were obtained when the grow ing fruit was under the influence of an attenuated light, and also that the acfdity of the fruit was the...