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(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART 8. CHAPTER XX. AFTER MANY DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

(All Rights Reserved.) --- TH E Secret sfand. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. -------- +------- By W. Murray Graydo)n. Author of "Matthew Quin," "The Curse of the Cardews," etc., etc. PART 8. CHAPTER XX. AFTER MANY DAYS. But the young Englishman found none--Mary Ferris excepted-to share his melancholy that morning. From end to end of the cruiser all was ex citement and eagerness, light-hearted laughter and jesting. Home was in sight-a haven of refuge and rest. Groups of men picturesque in cool, white clothing, stood looking for ward from the bulwarks. The officers moved about with smiling faces, Ja son Gore conspicuous among them in fresh linen and a new suit of blue serge, and with the benignant expres' sion of a man who would not will ingly harm a fly. -The gap of the past six weeks, un eventful- though it was, requires a brief mention. The fog that had blot ted out the two American men-of war lasted all night, the cruiser steaming through it at reckless speed, and in...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
King Talks with Veteran. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

King Talks with Veteran. An incident typical of the King's kindly interest, in his old soldiers occurred last week, while his Ma jesty was passing through Chilton on his return to London. Among the crowd of spectators was a vete ran wearing two medals. These caught the eye of the King, who at once stopped his motor-car and in dicated that he would like to speak to the old soldier. The veteran, whose name is William Angell, told the King that he fought in the Cri Imea, and had been blind for over hall a century, having lost his sight 'in an engagement, The King, after expressing the hope that Angell might be spared for many years, warmly shook hands before resum ing his journey. { In London the foggy days in a year rer on an average 3 ,

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ONE WINTER'S NIGHT. PRETTILY PICTURING THE WOODS UNDER SNOW AND A BUCK-RABBIT'S FATE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

ONE WINTER'S NIGHT. PRETTIIY PICTURING TIHE WOODS UNDER SNOW AND) A IBUCK-RAlUIT'S FATE. The old buck rabbit stooped just within the entrance to his hole and stared out at the scene-at the white world of snow, at the still trees, at the gathering dusk. lTe kept there like that for about. fif teen minutes. That was because he %;waS a really old buck rabbit ; a young one would not have had the experience that taught. him pa tience and caution. There ,tere many rabbits already out on the while snow. adding their peculiar quadruplle tracks--with thel marks of the hind feet in front of{ those of the fore feet, so that they I appear to be going backwards-to the intricate laceiwork of tracks al ready there. They were vainly lookinr for food: but they ha:l eaten it all up-even the bark of trees--near the warren, and would have to journey- far if they meant to find it that night. This the old buck knew. lie also knew the risk. Suddenly he turned to stone. Thud, thud :' went his paws on. the ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rage and Jealousy Make You Ugly. THE LITTLE GLANDS THAT EMOTIONS POISON, SPOILING YOUR FACE, FORM, AND SKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

Rage and Jealousy Make2 You Ugly. T' 1 1E I.rTTI .rE (; IAN1A N i Ii.\TlEMJ ) lTIONS l't`Si N, 817011.1 N( YOU. II FACEI, FOEi\M, AND SKIN. (Iltv Win. L.E E OWA.D, M.D.) Very recent discoveries of the ac tiit it's and uses of certain little glands in the' bodyv show how the bodl and mtindi are injuriously afle't el when the functions of the glands and secreting bodies are the t.h - rtid, the adrenals, the pancreas, the pituitary ,ody in the brain and one f ur two other secreting bodies. 1 That. distressing disease known a as goitre is due to the drying up c or disturbance ofi the thyroid gland, through ..emotions causes a very troublesome nert ons disorder and may end in -dioct. Affection of the pituitary body may cause para lysis of the intestines or kidney -di sease. Violent anger can' cause such a disturbance. In fact, a vast ar- # ray of diseases is now known to i follow distrubance or affections of c these secreting glands. t The great importance of these dis- ! coveries lies i...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Worst on Record. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

Worst on Record. The shopmnan had been using a. vast iamount of persuasion in try ing to induce the visitor to ,pur chase a gramophone. "Latest and most wonderful instru mient, sir," he remarked. "I've a blank disc - here, if you care to hear y'ourself." The visitor's eyes brightened. "I play the flute a little," he re )lied, producing an instrument. "If you don't mindl--" The shopman did not ; and the disc was soon indented with snome thilng that only a sleuth from: Scotland Yard could have recognised as "Ali:'e, where art thou ?" 'is that really me ?" asked the flautist, when his performance was repealted Ie the instrument. "l'That's you exact ly. sir. Will you huy the graimophone, Sir ?" "No." was the reply, "I'11 sell the flute, though.''

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOME-MADE POT COVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

1- IOi -:\IA1)E P(YT COVIUS.1. Eumpypty t1racaci spiools tinti thi' t ins used as extra inrside corrs in lard (cans arc usuadllI- thrown away, hal, tlh s can bIe put to good use ,is kettle cov ers, it they are made up as follows : Saw the spool in half as shown. make ai hole in the centre of the tin and run a screw or nail through the spool and the tin ; then flatten its end on the under side. This will make an ex cellent cover for a pot.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIGESTIVE BISCUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

DIGESTIVE BISCUITS. For these biscuits the principal .constituent is wheaten meal, and ilb. of this :meal is first mixed in i? basin with a pinch of baking 'soda,, a quarter of a teaspoonful of salt, and a dessert-spoonful of castor sugar. Then into these in gredients crumble finely- oz. of butter, or, if preferred, loz. of drip ping and 2oz. of butter will do instead. Work all these ingredients into a very stiff paste with a little sweet milk, knead well, roll out, and cut into rounds the size of a teacup. Then place the rounds on a greased tin, prick them n ith a fork, and bake in a moderate oven for a, quarter of an hour.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO CLEAN STRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

TO CLEAN STRAW. To clean white straw hats rub with a slice of cut lemon, rinse with cold water, and stiten by brushing with a brush dipped in a weak solution of gunt and water. Black straw hats should be thoroughly brushed to remove dust, then painted ovet with a mixture of equal portions of gum and ink.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMERGENCY MAGNIFYING GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

EMU.GRCENCY MAGCNIYING GLASS. When in need of a microscope for the study of botany, one may be made in the following manner : Bend a small wire or the stem of a leaf so as to form a small loop Loop Enlosiflt a Drct' of Wate. not larger than the ordinary drop of water. When this is done place a drop of clear water in the loop and the microscope is complete. This temporary de\ ice will prove valu able where a strong magnifying glass is not at hand.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
You Cannot be. "Strong" Armed without "Strong" Jaws. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

Like the ebb and flow of the tide, iranhkind's ability to digest . coarse and acrid victuals rose andl-`t fell with his habit.s, his indoor or out door life, his: consi nilpion: of raw or cooked foods :::`ilb' 'zto the ori gin of cooking,- the mnuscles of the whole body. not to speak only of those in the mouth, throat, and head, were aggressive. much used, and, you mi :ht say. in traini g. With the luxurious invention of cook ing there was less and less -c~ll for muscular exertion. The digestive powers became less andI less able to cope with the coarser sorts of ,food. and the jaw:s teeth, and mus cles shrank' corirespondingly in size, strength, and usefuliness. ownad-rn s most i??p ? le are a:ccus toti d to bolt their food often, and frequently sulon 11 ,e lumps of wholly uricheuu ed food:- It; is how ever verye a child to pr oei), in castic't t diet. 'The moutlh musCles on1ce1e: habituated by corirect plh;sical': exercises to g'rind up all that pl)s.es between them ac l1uire such ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Burglars' Microphone. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

Burglars' Microphone. The microphone is now used by birglars for picking combination locks. On turning the lock a slight sound is made when the pro iper number comes opposite the working point, and this can even be heard by a sensitive ear, However, it is imperceptible to most persons, but by using a microphone it is an easy matter to hear the sounds. A suitable form of flat telephone re ceiver is employed, and it is ap plied against the safe next the lock, A pair of rubber ear tubes are used with the telephone. In this way the soaunds are heard which allow of opening the lock,

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 17 April 1914

Personal. Mr. Edward Reynolds, the eldest son of Mr. T. O'L. Reynolds, chair man of the Brunswick and Coburg Tramway Trust, of "'Bendenmur," Bell street, Coburg, took his degree of LL.B. on the 4th of April inst., at the Melbourne University. It is with deep regret that we have to record 'the death of Mrs. Martha Cation, the wife of Mr. James S. Ca tion, of 64 Albion street, Brunswick, and which occurred on Sunday, the 5th inst. Mrs Cation was 03 years of age, and was the mother of Mr. Wil liam Alexander Cation. The funeral, which was private, took place on the 6th inst., at the Melbourne Cemetery. Mr. Hutt. and Mr. and Mrs. Jones rendered valuable assistance at the Brunswick and Coburg Horticultural Show on the 8th inst.. both at the Show and in connection with the Mayor's luncheon there. They had a very busy time of it., and deserve great credit for the energy and taste dis olayed by them. Mr. John Manallack, the secretary of the Independent Order of Oddfel lows at Brunswick, left...

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

Brunswick and Coburg     Leader. PUBLISHED ON FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1914 General News.   At O'Hea's road, Coburg, twelve new houses have been erected. At the Avenue close east to the Merri Creek   two new brick villas are being built. At Barrow street and Orderly street off Station street and off Cameron st, and opposite the Nugget and Wool-   pack, nine new houses are being erect- ed by Contractor Carey. The Coburg Council are busily making the new road at Wolesley street. Messrs. Rowe   and Walsh are the road contractors.   At Bell street, and Hudson street also, new houses are being built. At the Coburg Public Hall on Mon- day night, the 6th inst., Mrs. Hunter   was presented by the Mayoress of Co-   burg (Mrs. Richards) with a very   handsome silver cake dish and two pretty silver ornaments, on behalf of her friends, in the presence of a l...

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 — 24 April 1914

FRIENDLY SOCIETiES. COlRI. G HR \\CH A N.A. D'1Iot I: Slionhi .\ il Pubi PLtdit ic' ill Cult ol led fly the State.: lilt the'1'1110111 E lwnon I Turdav. 16thI 111114I. 1111 ltth E tn o 111141 thY il l h 11bj 1t fo t ti l'io ('(lltIl-lll. l tha i ll' p bi . tii tioi s 1111 contll e bI.il til' X 1111t2 1011111. 1 took the 22111 j llgil-mtiey

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

Auction Sales SAT:B)DAY. 2 th API'lrIL, At 3 e C!otk. On thel I r'1'm' iws. ,USALE of THAT FINE A.11 \Il }'i l1i SID1)]NC'1;E. ill ai 'AJORlEI.AND I AL,, SJESSIE STIL LET. C0013111. iFor the Many Htiat-, t re tip ýid nc of tilt, Late A ldfrmlan John Pigidon. CRISP, WOODS AN)D CU(. lhis. 1. C risp . a ln t )i 1 e 1 ) 1h a rv r 't n c titetI ii i structions t'o -l. by ntioin. a01 "abov~e, That fine two-storieod ailen) i ri-i deuce. contai1 ini tihilr le t iiiptiio i=00 '11 seroaii tr ' hi ro l p ntt ie. kitchen. ýcullerr andt all convten1i cuceh ; huithnip lin in cline .i t t tbles and coach hoil . tilt won he ing creeterece on !and 2t0- 'et tI age to the u~1.11 b i,{t. o J, si. st. iity the otag ifice t M pth ti b 2i tet tr'ougte toai hll -rctt , to wh1ich it has aS irotat of 2i rit. CIInicest part of 1tln t111 t minutes from the railwt ay Z t1011 1 Orders to vic from CRISP, WOODS AND CO., Auctioneer and Agents, S Sydney Road BR UNSwI ICK, and MOJIELANI). Phones: 41 and 570. SATRIILD...

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COUNCIL EMPLOYES AT CRICKET Brunswick Beats Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

Cot; CALL1EMPLOXIES AT- CRICKET 13i nswekl Bet -Melhourne. hr icturn cricket mntch hctwecn Ltho Bihuidswick iCity' Council employ". nd the Melbliotinc City C(unxii ri. .ilokes : ny plv:el on Good Friday it pi loN srteeV reserve. and aiftr a nustosb;.eiigo yable, afternoon 1'e' 11111`,,} ill it iLctory 1for Brunswoi . Ti totr, nioti.e. le ri)aturo of tit ft. w\a. th.e fielding of 31. J.Ioni at Ymett stop After the nimatch tiihe : mnilt'eii entrtained : idhn }trae.l Alpcto sla of The Ilrnnx.sic't TI..n ii' c po'd bý Capt. DI. tax rt bil Jx 1 UBryden, and ably r. ponded to 1)y CahI1 F. Mlorgan on ibhall Oo the Biunswick team. ýcor' : B runbswick City C'iouncil. S1\Mahozlb ld .. .. ..h .. 1 Cilhert caught ;; .......... 0 Aunstinu. howled .. .. . .. .... -Haninnam, leg hefort wicket .. .. lcSit n, retired .. ........ 8 .Tonte' hiowled ... . torrgall (-litta:lj . rtired ...... N -o nto le, hef'oe a Hic et .. .. 10 B 'n-. hit let ..... -. . 30 ('01rilh 1. rn out .. .... .. . Unha~~lt- son....

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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CRICKET. I.O.R. ASSOC. FINAL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

CRICKET., TO.R1. ASSOC. FIPL\ M ATCI. Versus Clifton Hill,- oin Saturda . Scores: Clifton Hill: Fii'st Innings. Ateling, c Teniple, b McLain~e 6 Buiron, at Martin, b tcLaine .28 Wallace, not out.. . 99 Junor, b Temple. 11' Marr, c McConnell b ýITemple 2 Kemp. c McLaineb bCann . O Hi; Ladner,; b Agg . 13 C. Ladner, not out .. 14 Sundries . 5 Total S178 Bo ling: McLaine tx4 for 3o Tein plte, two for 39 ;.Caun o for19 Agg, onie for Q.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Social Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

A Social Evening. o The Coburg F ootball Club hel a. ducces.ful social evieiini' at the Public HalL. Bell street. Coburg, on Iast Mlonday evening. to celebrate the oc casinn of their having won the preC iiershiili of the M elbourne D:istirict: .Football Asos iadti n list sensou A: large nuotber of ithe miemelirs and sup Sporters were in tttcndiaice anid a iverc enjoyable eBeninng irils spinit. I'lie pre sident, -._r. .. - 'X Patterson present ed the prieir nirdsh ap mels to the memhievs. Mr. E. Miar sh (captvin), 1r. W. Walker (Tasmiania). and ,so-m cil mliembers of the e'oecutive. Were presented with ;group photograplihs. Tliu recipients of the prizes snitably responded. Thie ciub wil playt their opeiung match next Saturday aghinst l;-B~l main, ati whihch the prenierslmii) fi d will be unrurled. large attcin lance is epected.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick Junior Cricket Club. ENTERTAINED BY THE PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

Brunswick Junior Cricket Club. 1NiTERTTAIN Ei D BY THE 'PlESI I)EN T. 'The President of the above club. Mr. W. J.. Moulton, gave a dinner to its nlembers and supporters, in honor of their gaining the premiership of the North Suburbaa n Association. The ga thering was held in the Retreat Hotel. Sydney road. BIrunswick. on Thursday evening. April 16th. There were about 10 present. Mr. Moulton occupied the chair. Amnlongst those present were: Messrs IL. LBray. H. Lamb and H. Chase (of the P.F.C.). Mr. Senunins lchairman of the second grade. V.J. C.A.), lMessrs. P. Keys. E. Coates and R. Ivey (North Suburban Assn.), MIr. G. Iinstead (Baseball Club). MIr. Moulton proposed the toast of the King. which was duly honored. MIr. Holbrook. in proposing the toast of the B.J.C.C.., nmade many neulogistic re marks as to their sporting abilities and tine play during the season. Messrs. Moulton. McILean. Bairrie and Sands suitably responded. Mr. Ivey propos ed the toast of the North Suburban Assn.. ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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MR. H .T. MUXRO. RETIRED CHAMPION OF THE COBURG CYCLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

Block by ~ourtc5sy Li/Ci·. A. oluh;W tc,,r!. LCd( Lh(lrilPrr, C{ b<bu g. MBr . Hi T. M bUNKU Retired Champion of the Coburg Cycling Club. ML. 1T. T. Ml1Lui. RETIRED CHA1MPIOJN OF THE COBI3IiC C(YCLING CLUB. li :;Ii -'..T Munro is ja wcll-known identit" :in.. Brunswick and : Coburg and, in fact :Australia. He is a bio ther of the fTitous.- 1. Rt. ;Munro. world's record holder, his uinie being connected wiith his b'rotier's for a long period Tlheme "both usird t:. be on scratch, andi the. Munro Beotholrs were the terrors of .the .idro:id He is a staiunch member of the Coliirg Cycling Club and h-s helped the club at v:ari ous times, olhciiting ait several of their niimtclies.T He has officiated at- several 1 C.C.A. nceetinrgs As a sportsmann and rideri he was mindoiibtedlV oine orf the biest and has helped considerably in furtherimig t'e init lests of clicng. His well-kiow-n figure -ii-s present ait the race on .Sat., ;uidi.le ifficiattd Ie is -lso chairnim man at thGlii ee~...

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