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Monastery Besieged by the Mad. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

IHouses Without Nails. ----+------ In Alberta, Canada, there is a vil lage of houses which have been con structed without nails. '- As a miat terof fact, little or no hardware of any character. has entered into their construction. These houses have been built by Ruthenian inini grants, and 'their architecture is quite novel.: .Their first attempts at house-building are usually of the kind they ;had been accustomed to over in ,.Europe, and their huild ings are of the typical liuthenian style--log;. pitch-roofed, thatched, and wide in the eaves. In many cases these buildings are put ul without a dollar's worth of hard ware; Even the door, an affair of slender twigs woven and laced io gether, .swings on homie-made hin ges and is latched with a wooden h?isp. . The floor is of hewn logs, un nailed. The r ,of. as the favouritt Russian roof anlways is, is a n'otn derful fabric of poles and cross poles, through anti over which has been woven wheat straw, ten in ches thic;. packed tight and ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Gambling on Sunday. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

Gambling on Sunday. To the Editor. CGambling ~nionr our rising race is fast hecominllone of the greatest evils to be contended with in the present day. There seems to be a fascination lamonl our young lmen of trying to get rich quickly. even at the downf:ll of their fellows, and all kinds of cheating and duplieity are used to roh the sim ple-minded of their money. Any Sun day afternoon can he seen a stream of men. younig and old. Imaking their way to the gambling pit, where stakes a m ouinting sometimes to £.50 and £100 are hazarded in the throw of two coins. It, was common talk a few weeks ago that a young man had lost in one afternoon £50 in the venture. That- is surely a case for our, police to take up. and do all in their power to stamp out the evil. It something is not done. the residents of the place shoukl petition the Conlniissioner of Police to take immediate action, and thus to some extent protect the young men of this city from the terrible con sequences that must quickly...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

"Take my advice, ma'amn-and I charge you nothing for it--don't go to law in this matter. 'ro tell:?you the trut~h, you. simply haven't a leg to sta- that is, you have no case, at all, ma'am. ....

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

and ice Prddu ni . 144 Blyth S et, ByF-inswick. Voice Culture & Productio', Careful & Thorough Tui<'on. Tei ms Modera&e. V. rwel 81 Albion St., West Brunswick MISS M. S. PANKHURST, D.M.S.V. A.LC.M. (Registered Highest Grade) Teacher of Singing, Pianoforte, Violin, Hlarmony, Etc. Pupils prepared All Examinations. Visits Marks Bros. Moreland School of Music, also Branch Shop 334 SYDNEY ROAD BRUNSWICK. At Allan's Collins Street, City. Wednes days. Private Address: 123 PARK ST. PARKVILLE. Terms Moderate. PIANOFORTE. Miss A. Beatrice Schulte L.T.C.L. Teacher of Pianoforte and Theory. Pupils prepared for Examinations. 'Phone: Brunswick, 332. 131 THE GROVE, COBURG. Mr. W. Graham Weir EXPERT PROFESSOR of VOICE CEJLTL E, AND Miss Vea- Feir, DISTINGUISHED YOUNG VIOLINISTE, Receive pupils at 400 SYDNEY ROAD. SINGING, Elocution, Piano, Violin (Man by System), Theory, Circulars, Tes timonials, particulars at address from Mr. Laught. Mandoline Taught Terms Moder...

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Food of the Kestrel. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

Food of the Kestrel. During a peregrination (says. a correspondent) iin the island of:IMull I was attracted by a kestrel hawk flying out from a. rock. After a somewhat diligent search, . there being many rocks. I discovered the eyrie, and in it were three '*young kestrels at that stage when :the brown feathers are showing fairly well among the white, down. Think ing this was an admirable oppor tunity of seeing what are the-food supplies of these birds, I hid at a distance to note what the parents brought to their nestlings. Even with my binoculars, however, I was unable to discover, and the follow ing day I adopted different tactics. Shooting some young rabbits Ilagain approached the eyrie, when the pa rent birds . were away. As in the habit of these birds of prey, the young ones faced nme with; open beak and claws, but after I had dropped bits of warm meat into their open months they naturally, after feeling and tasting the tit bits, swallowed them, and, like Oliver Twist, were rea...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Local Hairdressers. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

Local Hairdressers. The monthly meeting of the Bruns wick and Coburg Hairdressers' Asso ciation was held at. Wildman'-s Hotel on Monday. April 6th. Mr. W. Jones (President) occupied the chair, and a fair attendance of members were pre sent. The secretary reported that matters in connection with the trade generally had shown a vast, improvement, and that in a short space of time the trade will probably be on a good basis. The ballot of members of the asso ciation in regard to the half holiday resulted in an equal opinion as to the dlay and it was decided to take no further action, leaving the matter in the hands of the governing body. It was resolved that the usual half holiday be observed during Eastertide with a late trading night, on Thursday, and that. Eight Hours' Day be observ. ed as a whole holiday in all Associa tion shops. Mr. Ward Anstey was admitted as a member of the Association.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick and Coburg Flower Show. OPENED BY LADY STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

Brunswick and Coburg Flower Show. OPENED BY LADY STANLEY. The Brunswick and Coburg Horti cultural Society held its inaugural show on \Wednesday, the 8th inst., at tho Brunswick Town Hall, at 3 p.m. Trinter's andl proveded excellent music. The hall was artistically laid out., the cihoicest of plants, flowers, etc.. being neatly a'rranged within the main ball. x whick xwas crowded to its utmost. The display of roses, chry snntheminums carnations, cut flowers, pot, plants, dahlias. pahus, sprays, etc., was excellent, iand the keenest possi blo interest w.as taken in the various exhibits hb all p'resent, which spe:.:ks well for tih society's future. seeing ihat it has only been in existence three monthls. The Mayor (Cr. 3lillward), in wel dining Lady Stanley to the Show, sta ted that he did so on behalf of the City and the citizens of Brunswick and Cohbur: that thi society was very youn.g, having only been in existence three months: and that it was the first show it had held: that the n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

T4 For the famous AUGUST FOSTER PIANOS. L R 456 SYDNEY ROAD, US. ESTABLISHD 1885. Terms Arranged unswick's Leading Jeweller, Watchmaker and Optician. Organs, Violins, and other Musical Instruments, Phonographs, Records, Music, Etc., Etc. CASH OR TERMS. Wear the article while you are paying for it at 1/- per week. Your Tailr, atter, an ercer. 0 ' S y dn ey WRoad, BRUNSWICK. EYESIGHT Tested FREE of Charge. SPECTACLES tq Order; 5/- Complete. All Kinds of Repairs at Shortest Notice. itvs ape?and ou The Ony Address-333-335 Sydney ? runsi sk H A BOON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. :Music. MARAS BROS, 334-336 SYDNEY ROAD, (Near Methodist Church) And at 870 Sydney Road. Agent for -Suttons. P1 A N \ Philonograp lhs. Mt MitARK'S sneS. 2 2iSY1JNE ,'rI)AXI, (near Mcithodkt Ch urch -And at 870 Svda.\y Roar.. 1`,.1 for Suttcins. ý53uý. ^3TmlfPr a-}.-ý -35 ý""ý b .Gm iYAICC *Tobacconists and Haiardressers. SF.R.U KET T, ;.FIRST-CLASS AI RIES SER & TOBACCONIST. For Winter Hair Dressing and...

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Brunswick Tramway Football Club. SMOKE NIGHT. PRESENTATION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

Brunswick Tramway Football Club. SMOKE NIGIIT. PRESENTATION OF PR.IZES. The above club held a very pleasant smoke night on TuIesday evening, the 7th inst., at the 31.U.I..O.F. Hall, Sydney road, Brunswick. About 230 persons were present, and first-class re freshiments were provided. Mr. MDl)onell, president of the foot ball club., ani llager Brunswick car house, occupied the chair; Amongst those present were Mr. F. Austey, 3[.P., Mr. Larkin (ianannger North Melbourne car house). Mr. Skewes (Ilooper's). The Mayor (Cr. Millward) sent an apology for being absent. Messrs. Thos. Jewell (secretary 'Tnram way Association), A. Porter, Gunter, J. O'Connor (secretary Benefit So cietv), were also presetnt. Mlr. McDouell proposed the toast of t he King, which was duly honored. Mr. Cook proposed the toast of the Tramnwav Football Association, and hoped the team would be winners next year, instead of runners-up. Mr. Por ter, in responding, urged some of the players not to play the game so rough l...

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THANKS TO HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR. FROM LADY STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

MMAYOR. FROM LADY STANLEY. The followin, gracious letter has boon received by His Worship the Mayor (Cr. 3Iillward) from Lady Stan hv :--'State Government House. M3el hullr'. April lOth. Dear Mr. Mayor, I1 write to thank you for your kind thought in sending nme the interesting flowemr? I admired at the Brunswick and ('olhrg Show. I shall value it as a delightiful Iemento of a most plea snat afternoon. I hope it will thrivo and do well with the caro that will be hstowed upon it. Again thanking you for the beautiful ilant and your kind thoug tht. and with kind regarmds to Mrs. Millward and yourself.-,Yours sincerely. MIARGARET STANLEY."

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The Pigeon Nuisance. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

The Pigeon Nuisance. To the Editor. Sir,--Through the columns of your valuable paper, I would like to draw the health inspector's attention to the nuisance caused by some residents of Brunswick (especially East Brunswick) of keeping large quantities of pigeons in very small back-yards. The pigeons in question are perched on the spouts of adjoining houses the whole of the day, and the filth from these birds deposited in the gutters, especially af ter rain, is very bad indeed. I know of a place where about 60 birds are kept in a yard not big enough to swing a cat around without touching the fence. I hope for the sake of health the inspector will look into the mat ter.-Yours, etc., PEAST BRUNSWICK.'

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HOOPER'S (BRUNSWICK) V. HOOPER'S (FOOTSCRAY). [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

HOOPER'S (BRUTNSWICK) V. nFOOPERWS (FOOTSCRA ). .An interesting gamnie of football was *.'1 last Saturtda at:Footscrav, be. tween teams representing thf emIiloyjcs of M-essrs.s J. H. Hoopern and Co,'s. Brunswick and Footscray sliops.s Ir. E. Hewitt c-aptained th :local" team, and Mr. W.: Scott` the Footscray club. and judging by some of his ruslhes must have-thouglht he wias driving his automobile. The game was played in a friendly spirit, but the nielders. of the scissors very soou punctitured, and more than one will need plenty of crn brocation before they play again. For the locals Townsend- played a brilliant game. and it is rumored the Bruns= wick look0-out committee are after himi. Others who played well were Chand. (2). Hewitt, Sands, H-aggart.tHullland, Minehinton,I Rowe. and McAlpine. A return match is to be played at Brunis wick at an early date, when it, is ":x nected that the lBrunswick :teanm eiill include some new blood. Tie nfil scores were:- Footscray Employes: 3. Br...

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To Disinfect a Cowshed. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

To Disinfect a Cowshed. It is always ,go~o practice where a contagious ,i.sease of any kind has Laiined access to the herd to dis i:nect the entire sta:Iec. In fact, this is often imperative if it de- I sired to stamp out the disease. iisinfeclt ion is aisolutely necessary i where tuberculosis has gained ac coss to the herd. Bulletin 123: of the Pennsylvania State College of i Agriculture' recently published gi\es a plan for disinfecting -the stables which is .valuable for this as well i as for some other diseases.:- 1. Remove all Iimanure, litter, loose dirt, loose. rotten boards and scrape the floor clean. 2. Sweep the ceilings and walls free froin cobwebs, dust and dirt. 3. Wash the feed boxes, mangers, bails and partitions with hot watet." - containing enough lye, or washing powder to cut the dirt. Scrub all these objects vigorously with, a stiff brush. 4. Spray the walls, ceilings and floors with bichloride of mercury s solution (1,100) or a 5 per cent; carbolic acid solution (...

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Brunswick Scottish Society. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

Brunswick Scottish Society. To the Editor. Sir,-Kindly permit me space to mention facts. I notice the secretaaiyv ship of the above Society is very keeyt. lh fouglit for by business meiin ; ill of whoem seem to use the -position for their own ends: Theie sconis to: have been ' big struggle by- the :friend?s f.: te n~ow seeretarycr to get'~the :,position fi oi the -old sat-. vcrwt disorderly -eiieiting held at Crisp's aiictioii "oos nisist :S:itur day evening : As a m1iember of thlis. Societ- and anxious to see 'it kepl in line witli the rest. I think it time the members look ed to their own .business and filledl the position with a capable man.':- with; nothing to gain but glory and honor. --ours; etc., DISGUSTED 3lEAiBEl. Brunswick, April G.

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THE FARM. Burrless Trefoil. A PLANT OF GREAT VALUE TO GRAZIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

THE FARM. Burriess Trefoil. A PLANT 01F' (IEAT VALUE TO GlAZI EllS. Two species of plants known in cmmon ]'English as M1edicks, or inore scientilically, as belonging to the genus 3Medicago, should appeal to Australian graziers (says an ar ticle in "'lalgety's Rleview"). The nanc of the plant is said. to be de rived from the word "Mledike," the name tiven by the (recian scientist Iliocrides to a grass obtained " by "il from Media. The term, how e e,", conveys but little to the? average Australian; but when he.is in formned that lucerne is one of its species--that plant being known bo tanically as. kledicago sativa-that trifoliunm, or clover, is another, and that there are about forty other useful fodder plants bearing .the sr :ne generic title, he w\ill at once grant that the world of agriculture owes a very large debt indeed to the genus Mledicago. None of these forty- odd species are Australian nit liaes, but a number of themn have been introduced-cither purposely or frt uitouisly-...

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Coburg Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

Coburg Pictures. At the abore pi'ctures lIext, Satur v, night, April 18th, the usual long program of entertaining and interest ing pictures will' be screened. The star is a 2954 feet production by the Eiko 'v., and Is entitled, 'For Another's Crime.' This film depicts the suffer ings of the innocent for the guilty, and the staging anid acting of it are truly line. On the following Tuesday, AXpril 21. the program arranged promises to be esceptronally good. A well-known anif ,'oular 'photo-play, entitled, 'The Picket Guard,' wil, it is believed, µrcatly tend to make the vroning's en tertainment the usual success.

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SHIPWRECKED MAZDA LAMPS AND THE SEQUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

SHIPWRECKED MAZDA LAMPS AND THE SEQUEL. The "Electrical Times," reported, when the "Oceana" foundered some time back, that a number of cases of Mazda lamps, consigned to Bombay Town Hall, went to the bottom. The report concluded by saying that, "dredging operations arc proceeding, and we have not the slightest doubt, that in the event of one of the boxes coming up, its contents would be found in tact." The sequel to this (vide the "Elec trical Times" six months later) is in teresting: in a paragraph headed. ":\ prophecy justified," they state that of 100 Mazda lamps recovered, only - per cent. were in any way damaged- tihe remaining 95 per cent. being in perfect condition. This is yet another proof that Mazdas are mechanically strong. and will withstand rough usage.

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Domestication Made Man a Different Animal. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

Domestication 1ade Pran a Different Animal. '1There is a fre, 1 unt in t. k i. :a!', the cotliitio-n- ~f civi i- 'tio wltd the conllitions of s ,. a ait ter of fact it is 1i,' I, tl!ide'r stand Illmodelrn coli ,i! T ':.qs + i numtl i/1 life 1by ( l :,p ri ,: t ti t l ,' f ) " iii 5i tOc I inesticate t ,t imil :. i : th lng-r that hate ct' ! res.lt of civilis:tiol r,' I,, ry I:'ely the olltColll' " ,\ ro :llll':t. andl such eIIV' iro nll 1i10! t I s { , I; of the s rane gerneral sort as i!hs (anl;iti changes ill the alnitalIs wvhich have been do monst icatedi. (it ilis"l man has I verged alllm 't as far fronm savagO rianr as the ca,llie and the dachshtind have diverged fronll its wolf-like an The princiipal factor in civilised iie is ialntical with that of the domes ticantd an lima l-tnamrlY, that a .rep: 'nulahr s'ptlluy of food is atsslred It::I!t;a is l;Iis whichi has umade so great. & dil 'ornce in he tal;ined flesh-ceatingf animals, suich as the cat and do6g; whose food ...

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Brunswick Police Court. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15. Before Messrs. Allard (chairman), Dowsley and Fleming, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

Brunswick Police Court. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15. Before Messrs. Allard (chairman), Dowsley and Fleming, J's.P. Constable McKenna, charged James Barry with being drunk on Sydney rd. on the 8t?! inst., whilst in charge of a horse and waggon. Defendant was also asleep. He did not appear and was fined 20s. Sergeant McLaughlinu charged Win. Gill with having on the 4th inst. driiv en a vehicle without a light, Consta. ble Barnes proved the offence. De fendant pleaded guilty and was fined 10s., with 2s 6d costs. Terence Mahony prjoceeded against Wmi. Halla.wav for £3 6s., rent owing for premises in Edward street. East Brunswick. Mr. Spinks, estate agent, East Brunswick, proved the case. An order was made for tho amount, with -Is. costs. Complainant said he would accept the amount at. the rate of Us. per month.

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China Hens. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

China Hens. China. has- long been known as a great egg producing country. Its hens- seem to hold the wgrld's re cord for the great size of the eggs which they lay. It is nothing un usual for the hardy hens, which are common to southern Manchuria, to lay eggs that average from.five to seven to the pound. In other parts. of China, .eggs weighing over. four ounces each . are produced at -fiequent intervals by an ordinary hen of' no particular breed fed eon t-corn... and kept in a confined enclosure, This fowl is a black hen :---: . She lays -an. egg weighing four ounces or .more at least every third day for about -a \teek or ten days, when there-.comes an interval * of two or three days .'hen no eggs are laid. On the dayss when four ounce eggs are not laid: she l'ays eggs averaging six to the pound. Their shells are brown with a circle of alnmost black siots near one end. What these Chinlese, hens could. doz if fed and cared,.:,i for .scientitiicalv can only. be guessed. The Chinese un...

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