Joseph Coates
Australian cricketer
Joseph Coates
Joseph Coates was an English-born Australian schoolmaster and cricketer.
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Police blotter: Sept. 1, 2011 - Kankakee Daily Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Joseph Coates, 37, of 825 Merganser Lane, Peotone, was arrested at 3:23 am Sunday by Peotone police for possession of a controlled substance. The arrest was made near the intersection of South Schroeder Avenue and Peotone-Wilmington Road
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Police blotter: Joliet woman charged with prostitution - Chicago Sun-Times
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Joseph Coates: 37, of 825 Merganser Road in Peotone, was arrested by Peotone police and booked into the county jail Sunday on a charge of possession of a controlled substance. Daemontae Pruitte: 18, of 317 Ottawa St. in Joliet, was arrested by Joliet
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Valparaiso Chamber of Commerce Goes Hawaiian with 10th Annual LuWow - ValpoLife.com
Google News - over 5 years
Directing the traffic in an orderly fashion was the Civil Air Patrol United States Air Force Auxiliary with Captain David L. Mallonee and First Lieutenant Joseph Coates, along with Jeremy Lunsford, 18 ,Thomas Setser, 14 ,Christian Burns, 13,
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Letters: Off-Season Summer
NYTimes - over 5 years
To the Editor: Re ''Traveling Off-Season, in Summer'' (Practical Traveler, May 29): If you go to Greece and avoid Athens and the popular islands, there are a lot of other lovely places to visit on the mainland that will remind people of what the islands were like 30 years ago. The less popular islands are also great. Small hotels can be very
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Letters: Off-Season Summer - New York Times
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Joseph Coates To the Editor: Aruba, New Orleans and Las Vegas are almost unbearably hot during the summer, but if you wake up very early in the morning and enjoy your destination from, say, 6 or 7 to 10 am, then take a long siesta from 10 to 3 or even
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Rockland Community College class of 2011 graduates - Inside Rockland (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
... Rivka Bree, Rochel Bree, Cameron K. Brenner, Marie Alerte Bruno, Jacqueline Williams-Chambers, Ryan Joseph Coates, Sharmida Florestal Simeon, Zelda A. Frankel, Rachel G. Friedlander, Sholom Gable, Simi Gluck, Murielle Guerrier, Adam Ridwan Holland,
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Looking Back At Forward Thinkers
NYTimes - over 19 years
Education is at the top of almost everyone's agenda these days. President Clinton, who rarely misses an opportunity to talk about what he calls ''my No. 1 priority for the next four years,'' has promoted a series of initiatives, from national educational standards to the Hope Scholarship tax credit for college students. Meanwhile, House Speaker
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There in the Crystal Ball, Forecasters Are Thriving
NYTimes - almost 25 years
OVERNIGHT, national boundaries have dissolved. Bitter enemies have suddenly become friends, while former compatriots go to war. Once-secure bank jobs disappeared without warning, as did the banks that symbolized all that was solid and dependable. Even the weather isn't what it once was. When the world seems unpredictable, there is one business that
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DINIG OUT; FRENCH CUISINE COOKED TO ORDER
NYTimes - over 35 years
RIDGEFIELD ENTREZ VOUS is a tiny restaurant in a wood-frame shopping complex on a side street in Ridgefield. At first glance, the interior looks like a modest soup-and-quiche eatery. There are tables for 22 in the small dining area, and tables for 18 more on the glassed-in porch. In the rear of the dining area are refrigerated display cases, where
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Joseph Coates
    FIFTIES
  • 1896
    Age 51
    Coates retired in June 1896 and after two severe strokes died at his home in Paddington.
    More Details Hide Details Much of Coates's prestige with the boys derived from his prowess as a sportsman. To him a school was much more than an academy, and both at Newington and the High he gave every encouragement to sport, arranging matches with other schools and outside bodies. As captain of the New South Wales cricket team Coates played some thirty-two matches against other colonies and England. A sound batsman and fine slow bowler, he is credited with the introduction of the yorker in Australia. He was a founder and benefactor of the New South Wales Cricket Association and an original life member of the Sydney Cricket Ground.
  • FORTIES
  • 1892
    Age 47
    In 1892 High moved from Elizabeth Street, Sydney to a new site at Ultimo.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1883
    Age 38
    Of the six public high schools begun in 1883 only three survived their early years, and the success of Sydney Boys' High School was due in large measure to Coates's dedication, leadership and inspiration.
    More Details Hide Details Several country boys were able to attend the school only because he took them as boarders in his own home. Despite a reputation as a stern disciplinarian he was highly esteemed and respected by his pupils, who responded to his deep knowledge of boys and to his rare gift for teaching.
    In September 1883 he successfully applied for the headmastership of the newly founded Sydney Boys' High School.
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  • 1880
    Age 35
    During his six years there the college moved in 1880 from Silverwater to Stanmore and enrolments trebled.
    More Details Hide Details Under Coates's guidance the college established a high reputation for sport and for scholarship. He was the first captain in its cadet corps, and it is claimed that in 1869 Newington became the first Australian school to play Rugby union. Coates played in both the Rugby and cricket teams and was an important influence on two Old Newingtonians who were early members of the Australian cricket team - Tom Garrett and Edwin Evans.
  • 1877
    Age 32
    He served only six months at Fort Street before briefly visiting England and in 1877 succeeding Dr Michael Howe as headmaster of Newington.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1873
    Age 28
    In 1873 he moved to Fort Street School and after serving in schools at West Maitland and William Street, Sydney he became headmaster of Fort Street in 1876.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1864
    Age 19
    Instead of taking up his university place Coates sailed to New South Wales in 1864 and became an assistant master at the newly founded Newington College, Sydney.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1844
    Born
    Born in 1844.
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