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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914

PATRONIZE THE LOCAL RESIDENT A. J. Bowles, ESTATE, BUSINESS & GENERAL AGENT, 11 Elizabeth St., Melbourne. A FEW LOCAL BARGAINS: HOUSE & LAND FOR SALE. COBURG.-Adjoining Station. Pair Cot tages £300 pair. 10 % investment. BRUNSXVICK.-W.B. Villa, 4 rooms, con vemences, large allotment, handy tram, £41Q. handy LAND.--Good solid investments, all re commended, frpmc Z£-ier f~ot. BUSINESSES FOR SALE. FISH & OYSTER.-2Go?> trade, no oppo sition. Take £40. Bfrgain. CONFECTIONERY.-From £25 to £300. Call and get our list " IOARD & RESIDENCE. Insuraqces of every Description ffected. We have an extensive list of Properties, Businesses, and Hotels for Sale. Call and see us at our Office, or at our private resi dences, 18 Loch-st., Coburg, or 38 Mor - land-rd., Moreland. We can be seen any evening at above address. DON'T FORGET THE ADDRESSES A. J. BOWLES, 11 Elizabeth-st., City, or 18 Loch-st., Coburg, & 38 Moreland-rd., Moreland. Important Notice. BRUNSW...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football Notes. COBURG V. COLLINGWOOD LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914

Football .Notes. I1EAG1YE. A -scratui matclh was played at the recreatioi ground,. Bell street~, Co· burg, on Saturday, -.28th March. 'At 3 p.mn. sharp the teams emerged from their respective training quarters on to the -ground. Coburg received a great ovation from the numerous sup Iporters assembled. Ther'e were a few new men being triedl for Coburg, and ihey shapted very well. Pyo Walker, til;ht popular half-hack man, was play i:ng. and his well-known figure was seen in and out of the fray. R. Broome also playedl well. In the first r•quarter, Collingwood had the wind, and scoredl a tremendous lead and looked easy winners, hut Coburg, by sheer dogged pluck and dash, swept the opposing team off their feet in the iast quarter; but.. as is often the case, the curfew-saved the day. It was a sterling girne, and Cohnrg are play ing up to their old -form. Coburg supporters need have no quatlms, for, if .they play as they dilid on Saturday, the Melbourne Distric't Association premiership w...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNITY TENT, NO. 85, I.O.R. COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914

UNIiTY TENT, NO. 85, I.o.R. S COBURG . A ver.y interesting night liras spent at. the last meeting of lthe Unity Tent of the I.O.R., Coburg. the item on the syllabus being as nelling hoe. After an exciting finish Miss Doris Whvte was declared the winner. Nex. Tuesday, lApril 7th, the item on the, syllabus is an indoor picnic. A good programme has been :irranug,'d. and all the members are asked "o h., oresent and hring their friends with them.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. COBURG BRANCH A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES, COBURG BRANCH A.N.A. The above branch held its last meet ing for March in the Public Hall, and thlere was a good attendance of mmn bers. Five new memhbers were wel comed to the branch by the President, Mr. J. Hammond. The correspondence consisted of a report of ciquarterly mnee.ting front the Board and a letter from Lieut. Anlder son thanking the lodge for obtaining funds for the purchase of a dirumi andi bugle hand for local ncadets. Mr. H. Nicholls reported that the Rifle Club had a match with Preston, and secur ed the victory by 30 points. Mr. Cornell briefly outlined the doings of the Metropolitan Committee and the Exhibition Fete. Committeeman Mr. G. Monks said it was his intention to more at a later date that .the branch change its meeting night to the Thursda.y following the present one, so as to euable mnembers of the Brunswnick and Cohurg lodges to in terchange visits, and thus Iring ibout a stronger state of friendship p'oovide members with new ides, an...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Brunswick Police Court. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914

Brunswick Police Court. T\EDNESDAV. APRIL 1. Before IMr. Read Murphy. P.Mi., hairnman. and Mfeasrs. Aitard. Lord, Flemring and Dowsley, .Js.lP. Thos. David Laskie was fined 40s. for nion-vaccination. DRITLL SHIRKERS. The following cases t'were dealt with aIrd defendants conluitted to Queens cliff or fined:-Win.I Jas. Taylor, 20 lays: Thos. Chas. Malcolm Spencer. !0 dl-ays: Thos. Gregory Rose, lined Is: ReIinahd Dollhun. 30 days. ILLIE (AL SA.LE OF MILIK. IEriu Connor. of Brnrill stricci. W . IBrunswick. was fined £12 ard 21s. costs for selling milk without a license. 'he defendlant had two prior con-i: WE1i(HTS AND 31EASURES. IlH enr ;ovreo. of 122 Albert street Sast l rmn? ickM, was charged with havin, in his possession ,njust mes? urres awl also instamped lmeasIIres. Hle pIleaded gu ilty and saidi the mia 1lrOes were the sale sm Ias when lie iougiiht the business. He r as fined 20s. in each case. nf \ith 2i0s. costs. CRUELTY TO ANIMALS Chlas. Puirves Powel. of Clarence st.. East B...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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H.A.C.B.S., LADIES' BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914

H.A.C.B.S., LADTES' BRANCH. The fortnightly me*tine was hehl in St. Ambrose's HITll. Dawnsoln street. nn Wednesday, Manrcht 2-th. The Prt,,i dent in the chair. ani n L.ood( attild ance of nmbrnler. N'ine neow memlbers were initiated, nnd rt w naomninated ihv tihe secretary- (Mis.s Owrons. Th,. hal ance sheet was rea-d anid :dopted. and shows an greati incrnease. htth finantin! ly and nui:eriranlly. Thei s,,cieot has now n men:mbershin ofn' n v rly 20n mem bers, ned has ',3it. £200 of whinh it let <ot onu iuttrcs t at i per cent. Tlhe memnhers tlhen adiorn'di tithe tmen's r{mn. where the usiatnl ,tnir w-is iotil. The syllahit item for next nwetittgt. A.tpril , ith, is l'resisient's Ni iht.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick Catholic Young Men's Society. COMMUNION BREAKFAST. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 April 1914

Brunswick Catholic Young Men's Society. COMMUNION BREAKFAST. The 7th annual Communion Break- fast of the society was held at St. Am- brose's Hall, Dawson street, Bruns- wick, on Sunday morning last, at 8 a.m. The hall was artistically and beauti- fully decorated by the ladies connected with the church, and the tables were loaded with the choicest and most seasonable fruits and other edibles, the appearance of which put a razor-like edge on one's appetite. Mrs. Forster, assisted by about 25 young ladies, waited on the tables and took fine care that no one was neglected, and they performed their duties in a most commendable manner, greatly contri- buting to the services of the gather- ing. About 150 persons were present. Mr. A. R. Holbrook, the President of the Society, presided, and on its behalf welcomed the Rev. Father Ryan and called on him to address the ga- thering. The Rev. Father, as Spiritual Direc- tor of the Society, thanked them for the kind words spoken of and the re- cep...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REGISTRATION OF GRADE COWS. AN ASSOCIATION WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 10 April 1914

REGISTRATION OF GRADE COWS., AN. ASSOCIATION WANTED. There is an opportunity (remarks "Hoard's Dairyman") to establish registries for grade stock of the d'f ferent breeds where records are re quired before animals are adnitted to registration. For instanc., a grade cow five years or more that has pro duced 360hIb. of fat would be eligible to registration, but her progeny could not be registered .until it had made the required amount of fat. If this sort of a registr- were estab lithed it would mean the elimination of all poor producing animials and would in time produce an exception.l dairy breed, for it would only be a matter of time when all inferior a, i mals would be eliminated. An association for the above pur pose would be of immense benefit to the dairyin= industry,. and would in no way he antagonistic to the gdod work the stecial breed associations are doing. The producing power of a cow is, after all, the real test of her value, and any movement to increase her prodiucing p...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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THE POULTRY FARM. CLEAN EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 10 April 1914

THE POULTRY FARM. CLEAN EGGS. In order to have clean eggs it is necessary to have clean nests. Nests should .be lined with clean straw. We have tried various kinds of'nests, in cluding several patent sanitary nests and have yet to find one that is self cleaning. After years of experiment ing along this line we have at last come to what I call a solution of the problem. We are now using wire screen bottom nests entirely, and they are giving perfect satisfaction. Not only are they self-cleaning but they are also better in the respect that eggs do not get nearly so easi ly broken in them. We use one-fourth-inch galvanised wiro screening, and tack it on to the bottom of the nests where the boards ordinarily go. These wire-bottom nests also make it much easier to keep the nests free fromrn lice or mites. To our way of thinking it is by far the very best nest for laying hens. For sitting hens we do not recom mend it because the eggs in it evapo rate\too much. Gather the eggs often. In so ...

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(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART 7. CHAPTER XVII. THE BATTLE OF THE TITANS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 10 April 1914

(All Rights Reserved.) ------ ----T H E . Secret sland. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure.. +------ By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "Matthew Quin," "The Curse of the Cardews," etc., etc. PART 7. CHAPTER XVII. THE BATTLE OF THE TITANS. The excitement on the cruiser was now intense. MIen clamoured and cursed, and Captain Gore, looking from the bridge through his glasses, uttered a frightful oath. Then, all at once, the tumult faded and there Was a brief moment of awed silence. For the mystery had been revealed. The banks of mist, rolling wider apart, disclosed a great white steamer a quarter of a mile beyond the yacht, and but a short distance astern of her. The strange ship bristled w-ith a wealth of armament, and men were crowded on her deck. Aird by more than one sign she was promptly re cognised as an American man-of-war. The discovery, of course, was mui tual. The yacht bore on rapidly, and leit an open stretch of sea, half a sers. They ~were :now: abreastf oiSch other;...

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Naval Target Practice. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 10 April 1914

Naval Target Practice. An interesting description of prac tice with mlodern naval guns is in cluded in a communication given out tby the office of the director of target practico and engineering competitions of the United States ' When the target is on the proper bearing and at the required dis tance; the whistle blows. and the fire contropl otficer gives the order to 'comimence :firing." .The turret otlti cer repeants the order, and the game is: oi.- From now until the last shot of the allowiance has been fired :tlie w.hole spectacle is a blur of hiumnn auitomatons. moving withbut excitement; without confusion, each min a part of tle team striving with all that is in him to better previous records .by e{.en one-fifth of a second. Each shell has been given a pet name'; sometimes. its nose is adorn ed with human eyes .drawn in chalk to help it find its way to the tar get. The last operation of load ing the shell in one turret was for one of the crew to expectorate on the shell just a...

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The "S.O.S." Signal. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 10 April 1914

The "S.O.S." Signal. I Although the "S. O. S. signal. Which brought no fewer than ten vessels to the aid oi the burninu 'olturno in mid-Atlantic, has be come identified in the popular mind with the phrase, "Sanie our souls," its adoption as the wireless enier gency call for ships in distress -was in no way dictated by any such significance. "'S. 0. S.,, was chosen for the purpose because of the pre eminent distinctivenesi s of the sig nals representing those letters, which rendered them least likely to be confused with any other rmessage, unl also probably because the "S'" signal has a special capacity for making itself felt andt understood over very long distances. This was ascertaine ,yiv Marconi when he was exIperimeltinmg with wireless telegraphy across the width of the Atlantic in 1901. I'rior to taking ul, his position at the experimental r-civin i slation erected at St. Joh,,'s, Newfound laindr. he arrang;ed that, a series of "'" signals ,on the Morse c ,de. con sisting of th...

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Why You Hide Your Head in Bed. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 10 April 1914

Why You Hide Your Head in Bed. (fly Win. LEE HrO.WAED, M.D.) Children andii often adults will, upon getting into hbed, dutck "tleirt hends under the coverings and re miain quiet for somic tiino. This is not a formi of play nor a sign of fear. It is instinctive in man-a trait left us fromt the tiine our ancestors livedl in their tree beds. The our:n g-outang oif otr neo and the gorilla of Africa to day do the samuc thing when they cui1 .up to sleep. 'IThey have a pile upon 0-which they place their heands, Sregardless. 01 the . other parts of their l)di s Soitliiois they reaclh iti) :-aamd: Pi oi n ie . th ick-'a vad ' bianches I: t i;s :s(iitlone fori warmth, :but p::rablyi ai, :ith tIinil e ostrich-like ide-i that thehade ohce covered so :ti~e~x;-+:?::c:fi/i?.g?;~-·a~~]e- Y;e· lie.,'e th,.:ir the calnot ee h eliee their enlive s -aei also keptf: Iromn seeilng thleeping fo?s ? -3ids also, sleeil . wi th"ei he-ds hidden en tirey:: ouiit of .sigh't {ndi er their fea thers W hate'er: is...

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Blizzard Sweeps Cities and Lakes. SEVENTEEN VESSELS WRECKED AND 100 LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 10 April 1914

Blizzard Sweeps Cities and Lakes. SEV'ENTEEN 'ESSELS WRECIK ED AND 100 LIVES LOST. One of the worst blizzards ever ex perienced in November has swept .America front the Mississippi to the Atlantic, practically isolating Cleve land, Ohio, for three days and causing tremendous havoc. At least fourteen persons ha~ve perished. and thirty or forty more have been lost, a dozen steamers ,yere driren arshore, and the damage to: property is estimited at several mfillions of dollars. i•Theo blizzard buried Clev'eland under tiont -oiie Tinches or snov", roke iodon .the telegrapfih anid tele phone uy ires: and- completely. hold up all trafhic Owting :?to sv. ollen v. £atdrs or the lake hav ing in'atded the c3 's watter iniiin tho ihnhi tan . are. how tlhreatened Gtith an epidemic or -All the bakeries a . cl osed a?id the milk i ig supplye e e-austed e f lmne;-; ihipears, imint.enet AVES IN THE SThEET. s)ii:such : an unexPLected manner did: the blizzard swoop down on the city that 300 passengers...

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Ladies' Column. SPONGE ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 10 April 1914

Ladies' Column. SPONGE ROLL. 'leat 8 eggs and 1 scant cup sugar until stiff and frothy; sift 1 cup flour andl 1 teaspoon baking powder, add 2 tableslpoonfuls col, water to eggs and sugar, then stir in the flour and baking powdcr, lightly andl quickly ; pour on to a greased tin, and bak!e in hot oven 8 to 10 mninutes. This recipe will also ser\ve for jam sandwich.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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The "Anger" Tree. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 10 April 1914

The "Anger" Tree. ----+----- In Idaho there exists a species of the acacia tree which is entitled to be classed as one of the 'onders of plant life. This tree attains a height of about 8ft. When full grown, it closes its leaves together in coils each day at sunset, and curls its twigs to the shape of pig tails. When the tree has thus set tled itself for its night'p sleep, it is said that, if touched, it will flut ter as if n,gitated or impatient at the disturbance. It is averred that the oftener the folinge is molested the more violent will become the shaking of the branches. Finally, it is further al leged, if the shakine is continued, the tree will at length emit. a nau seating odour quite sullicient to inlduce a headache in the case of the person disturbing tlhe tree. In Idaho it is called the "anglr t ree." andl it is said that it was 1 <li<('over?d'( 111 men wnho, oiln making c?amll for the night, placed one end i" a canvas covering over nIe of lt he scnil...

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BUTTERMILK CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 10 April 1914

IlUTTEnMILK (CAIN.. Fiv-e cu[is flour, 2 cups sug: r, 1 culi) currants, 1 tablespoon Ilitter, 2 tonsl(ocIIs cahi)(alate of soda;, 1 quart. buttermilk, 2 tahhesi0oons cinnm mon, som0Ie peel, or Ila\ouredI with vaunila essence. .Mix he bhat ier and siiugar, then mii i~ith the ion'a and buttermilk. Have ready buttered looulds. DLake in a lnod erately quick ov\'en.

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A Submarine Earthquake. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 10 April 1914

A Submarine Earthquake. Near the end of the year 1910. tlhe 1l asgow steamer, ('adillac. 5,,00:0 tons register, \while on a voyage to Philadelphia, passed through an ex traordinary and terrifying exper Earl]y one morning the lookout re ported the approach of a huge wave and far away ill the directin, indicated, a huge volume of wat r could be made out, hearing steadily on towards the vessel. taItain M'Kay was iinuedia:tely aroused. and hurried to the bridge. The Ca dlillac was put about. s, that she met the cataract of watTr loxv oni. anld while everyone clugl to any support. available, the ve.sel was liftedti high into the air, with' lnany feet of her stem clear. Then, as the wave passed, Lshe slid down\l in to thoe following trough, her decks partly sunbmerged. Almost ex cry thing mIovable 'ais washed away, but the timely warning by the watch proved the salvation of the crew. The sea wFas observed to be in a phenomenal state of commotion. It appeared literally to boil. and in many...

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SILVER CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 10 April 1914

STLVER CAKE. Two cups of flour, ½ cup butter. 1- cups sugar, , cup milk, whites of 4 eggfs, 1 teaspoon cream of tartar, 1 tcnspoonl soda, 20 drops almnond essence.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 10 April 1914

INTERESTING ITEMS. 4 Kansas City is convulsed with laughter over the experience of two tletectives who, attired in the litest feminine fashions, attempted to catch a notorious purse snatcher. The detectives, Adgar Hilson and Louis Morley, are both smiall imen, and this gave them the idea of disguising themselves as women in order to capture the ruman who operated suc cessfully at n lusy Iramlway cross ing. in tight skirts, satin shoes, silk shlces and small vel et hlaLi with rakish egrets, they took up a losition at a car st. ,;,injg place, arnl it was not long befire a negro slouching( dowa the st.ect seized \Wilson's silver mesh purse, and fled. T'he detuctives pro(lcel revolvers, andI called upon the thief to halt, but when they attem:ptce:l to pur sue their light skirt:; roxtedt theiri uunloing. "rthe mortified ollicers selt several shots after the thief \without effect, and after stumbling over the cobble stones in their unaccustomiett garb for sonme 50 yards they aban dtlhbed ...

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