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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

0 ards of Silk for 2/6 CARRIAGE PAID. THE Ceylon Silk Coy., have decided to make a Special Offer to Advertise their Silks in Australia. to forward on receipt of Postal Order, value 2/6, 10 yards of their famous guaranteed Pure Washing Silk, in fast Colors, com prising the following Shades: White. Pale Blue. Black. Violet. Cream. Saxe. Resida. Rose. Champagne. Navy. Cerise. Amber. No more than 10 yards will b= supplied to each person (state color distinctly) and make second choice to prevent disappointment. Order early as all orders will be executed in rotation- This offer closes 14th January 1914. Please mention this paper when ordering. Ceylon Silk'Company, Central Chambers, 17~3 Pitt Street, Sydney. .. . . -.- ,; W. POWELL, F.S.O.I. (Fellow Spencer Optical Institute) Presbyopia or Old Sight. Myopia, Hypermetropia, Astigmatism, Etc.. UNDREDS of Different Lenses are required to correct the above defects, but a Skilled Refractionist is required to apply them. Frequent Frontotemporal ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ESSENDON ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

ESSENDON ELECTIONS. A Meeting of Friends and Supporters of the Hon. W. A. Watt, will be held in the Town Hall Coburg, on Tuesday 6th January to form a Committee to ensure the return of Mr. Watt at the forthcoming election.-A. E. DELLIT, Gen. Secretary.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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ESSENDON ELECTIONS. COBURG DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

ESSENDON ELECTIONS. COBURG DIVISION. HE HON. W. A. WATT will address the Electors in the Town Hall, Coburg on WEDNESDAY. 7th January at 8 p.m. The Mayor (Ci. Rihcards) will preside.--A. E. DELLIT, Gen. Sec.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE A.N.A. BRUNSWICK BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

THE A.N.A. BRUNSWICK BRANCH. At the last meeting of the above society the newly-elected President. MIr. E. W. Tregardh, presided. Three candidates for membhership were pre sent, duly elected, and heartily wel comed by the chainiin. in e nomnina tion was received. 3IMr. . J. Gillard. secretary of the branch rifle teami. re ported that the club had woa the challenige shield given by the Metro politan Committee, the team not hay inj becen dfeatcd driiini the season. the average per match being i ,.3. This shield, which is of " h.>d-ome design, and valued at. - 1. i.sc., he conies the property of the . ... :u i: ning it three tinimes. It hns . ae.., 'wo, foi) the stecond time bh-- t! : L ,i this branch. The P 'c-id ",? ,:, t'.:,k ed bt --... -. ': . . me,_bers fo- pi ,:.::d ,ur,.st in the team's welfare. A trophy iven by Mr. J. KInipe for hest. i viduai!l scoring was won by Captain M ur doch. 3r. C. W. Milnes resi.,ne.i the nosi tion of dispensary delegate. pressure of business being...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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BOWLING. PRINCES' PARK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

BOWLING. 4 PRINCES' PAkRK CLtUB. There is nothing very exciting in lo cal bowling circles, except iualedic. tions against the vagaries of thie green, which is upsetting all calcula, tions and drawing a few enthusiasti towards tllhe neighbouring Receivin Home. The Champion matches au now being fought out, and it is at nTost "a guinea to a gooseberry" lthat some rank outsider will fluke a vie tory and cover himself with glory. The A-'s heat Port Melbourne on the seasider's green, and have thus gained tlhree wins for the sceason, which doesn't ;augur well for their chance in the. pennant. T'he B-'s, which last year played off with 31.C.C. for the head of their section, have only scored two wins this year, and those against inferior teams. The "culls" fromn the Al's which the selection committee passedtl ,on to them are not turning out as good quality as anticipated. They are not li\ ammly m(Iiins prime. The holpe of the club is centred in the A:"s, who so faor have only suffered ,one, ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Re-Subdivision of Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

Re-Subdivision of Brunswick. The leading article which appeared in our last issue attracted much at tention. The Progress Association in Norith Brunswick are qcuoting the con. tents of the le nding article as ari ments in support of the re-subt!t i ion of Brunswick into four wards. On Monday eveniing laIst the 'Herald' used nearly the whole of the article. hut did riot acklnowledcge thait th, "B,'uns wick and Cohur LeaIcder' was the source of the informatnion. The lifting of the article into the 'I-Herald's' coi umns is certainly complimnontary, but very unfair journalism.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick Scottish Society. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

Brunswick Scottish Society. This society held thleir mnnual Bairns' Nighlt on Saturnday, Deceni ber 20th, in the TIown Hall. Tile night was fairly hot, andl tlhe Chief (Mr. J'. H. Cook) entered the hall at Spn.m.. preceded by Seater's pipe bhand. lThey mairch around the hall, lwhich wa? crowded with the parents of the honnies awens. T'he bairns were eager to enojoy themselves, as chil dren are when they have a niglit de voted to them. iThere was a small orogramme. Master Glen danced the Shean Truis, and Miss Pearl Donald the Highland Fling1. Master and Mliss Gibson Ilso contributed a piano and violin duet. nill of which were mlich ul)preciated. The buirns also enjoyed several gaimes duiring the evening. When the Chief could get their at tention, he -innounced to tlhem that hie had arranuged with Santa Claus that hle should appear at 9 p.pm. to i~ve every child a Christmas stocking. Punctually to time he ap)eared. The hall beingi in darkness. Bro. MeBain entered. carrying a sack on h...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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The Death of Mr. Alexander Reith. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

The Death of Mr. Alexander Reith. The death of Mr. Alexander Reithl leaves an unmistakeable gap in the railks of the successful business men of Brunswick. His bakery, known as 'Bon Accord,' was well known throughout the metropolitan area; and in a few years Mr Reith built up and consolidated a fine extensive busi ness. which ever increased with the growth of population. The deceased gentleman was known throughout East Brunswick for his kindly gener ous disposition, and many families bless the name of Alex. Reith for his assistance in their hours of need. His death on the 24th of Inst month (Christmas Eve) was somewhat iunex 'ected: but to his friends its soon be came known on his removal to the hosnital of Dr. Stirling a week pre viously that the nature of his illness was such that little hones could leo entertained of his recovery. His fun eral on the mnorninlg of the 2Gtlth of December was largely attended. He was a considerate employer, and his men held him in warm esteem. MIr. R...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

FIRES. Thlcr wero several fires recently in Brunswick and Coburg. On Sunday, 21st December, two grass fires occur re?., one in Victoria street and ano ther in Stewart.,street. a considerable quaintity ; of grass and fencing being destroyed. Monday was a fiery day. and the brigadles were kept busy. In the morn inmg. a washhouse at the rear of the residence of Mr. E. Quarry,. electrical engineer, at 28 Murdock street, Bruns wick, was destroyed, and in the after noon the washlhouses at the rear of 26 and 28 Reynard road, Coburg. occau. 'ied by Mr. R.. Cannet and 1Mr. J. Lebria, respectively, were burned down. In cacli canso the blaze origin ated with a copper fire. A largeo force of firemen with the steam-eigine-and hose carts from Brunswick and Co burg were in action, under the com nmand of District Officer J. L. Stein. Railway stations in S weden at which meals are sterved are indicated hr the simple but suggestive picture of a crossed knife and fork opposite to the name of the stati...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick Police Court. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

Brunswick. Police Court. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31. Before Messrs. Allard, Waxman, Methven, and Lord, Js.P. SHOOTING ILLEGALLY. Frederick Jordan was charged with -hootine without permission. Constable Hore said that he was on nlain clothes duty in Albion street, West Brunswick.. on Sunday, 14th December, when he heard the report of a shot. A bullet struck the ground about a hundred yards from witness. THe saw defendant, who admitted hav ines fired the shot, and witness then took nossession of the gun, a Winches ter rifle. He said he had fired one shot at a kerosene tin. Defendant was fined the minimum renalty, £2. CRUELTY TO A HORSE. William Graighead was charged with driving a horse in circumstances involving cruelty. Constable Barnes said tlhat on 13th December he saw defendant driving a horse in a lorry alone Sydney road. The animal was weak and fell down, iand witness found that it was suffer ing from sores, one of which adhered to the collar. There was a load of blue metal on the ...

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

DEATHS. 1Death was busy amongst. our peo ple during t~he Christmas season. Mi. lRobert James Miller, a well knowrn and highly esteemed resident of Mun'o street, Coburg, while on a visit to Rosebud. was sruddlenly struck downh with an illness which proved fatal in a few Ihours. T'he deceased, who wa-s 69 years of age, was for merly emiployed by the Metropolitau Boned of IWorks. and was we-ll-known in howling circles. Though nat taking a1n aetiv, pnrtt in local politics, he wasl aw'-.vs keenly interested in the ,,l"r',ss of the town. He left a R:.twti'~lp famnily. l'The funer,:l took pwce. ou Christutas Day, au, would h:Iv' breen nlore largely attiendetd hadl td(hI. Itotice been given. .r. Ahl itdcr E,'an le ithi. leath 'The flig of th, Coburt" .Football Club w;a' fltying at half-imast on Chrlistlmas ave: :s a token of syliipatlhy .twith Mr. .T. \W. PIatlerson, President of the Club, who suistained a terrible-loss the pre vious day in the death of their little hboy. Norman tWillinim, ...

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The Birth of the Year. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

The Birth of the Year. --· -- ?-- The tears of Nature glisten on her leaves, Mourning the spirit that the Past re ceives. Death shadows dark the west, There where the years have rest. Deep in the vale of Time. Eternal motherc of the brood that flee, The East is pregnant with the year to be. Soon will the new-born day Rise on the year-worn way Passed by- the centuries. A paradox -c4-feeling trics the- soul To rise in gladness or to throb a toll. Vale! All things must die; Ave! The birth is nigh; Blessed be the time it brings. E. R.

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Friendly Societies. P.A.F.S. BRUNSWICK LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

Friendly Societies. ----+~-- --· P.A.F.S. BRUNSWICK LODGE. The Royal Charter, No. 50, and Loyal Knox, No. 10, Lodges saw their ol1 year out and their new year in on the 17th December, the occasion be ing the dual installation of the office bearers for the ensuing Ihalf-year. It was the sisters' lodge night. and the oifficers of No. 1) therefore filled the chairs. There' was a large attendance of members and visitors, the latter re presenting (male) Nos. 48, 44 and 47, andl (female) Nos. 5, 7 and 12, toge ther with the D.G.M. Bro. Ednmonds and Bros. Greenwood and Jones, of thel Grand Executive. The Installiug Officer. W.D.M. Bro. Thos. Fletcher, was assisted by P.M. Bro. T. C. Will mott to install the following, who had been elected to fill the offices by their resnctive lodges:--3a!e: WM., Bro. Wilkiis: P.M,. lBro. Fordhamn: D.M., Bro. lepyet: secreItary, Bro. 11. Smith (imanimously re-elected unopposed); treasurer. Bro. Reaburn: A.S.. Bro. Joluhnson; cihap., Bro. E. D. Hill: S.E., ...

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St. Augustine's Choir. To the Editor of "The Brunswick and Coburg Leader." [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

St. Augustine's Choir. To the Editor of "The Brunswick and Coburg Leader." Sir,-The Rev. J. S. Woods, Vicar of St. Augustine's Church of England, Moreland, spoke to me that he in tended asking Mr. Hope to be the choirmaster. Subsequent to this the Vicar was seen by Mr. Swanson, Vi car's Churchwarden, on Sunday, No vember 30th, 1913, after the evening service, and Mr. Swanson reminded the Vicar of his': statement made more than 12 months ago that if I returned to the parish that I was to be the .choirmaster. Mr.' Swanson's action was unsolicited and unknown to me until after the Vicar had approached mo on December 4th. On Wednesday, December 3rd, the Vicar again spoke to me on the matter, and said, "If I please myself, you will be the choir master; and I think I will please my self; but if I consult the choir, Mir. Hone will be choirmaster." Mr. Evans resigned the position of choirmaster on December 3rd, 1913, after the choir practice. On Thursday, December 4th, the Vicar called and ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Fruit Challenged. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

"Fruit Challenged. 4- -----+-------- Raymond Jones, fruiterer, of Syd neroad, was charged on Wednesday, 2th inst.- at the Brunswick Court, befre Messrs. Allard and FlemingE, J 1.'s, with exposing fruit for sale nihlich was unfit. for human consunmp. :iMr. H. Hore appeared for the de fen ridant. "Inspecto, Harrower deposed thaton $th December hle visited defendant's liop. He saw there was a ladsy in the shop 'who purchased some cherries. Se rejected them 'and said she would Ii re rhubarb instead. Witness asked or. the some sort of cherries and de tion of the slip whv rethere wans~ case of cherries ~ "Defendant refused ·to sell witness aazi; as he said they were not fit fort'; ngs. Witness said :that it was strange if that were so tlihit he should offer;them to a lady. MIr. Hore coritended that thliee was no evidence of -ei~posure for sale. The defendant stated that he had put the cherries in the back as unfit for sale; except for fowl food. A cus tomer asked him for cherries, and he ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Coburg Police Court. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

Coburg Police Court. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30. Before Messrs. Richards, Springhall, Waters and Arthur, JsP. TICKETS, PLEASE. Norman Hunter, a youth dressed in the uniformn of the Australian navy, was charged with travelling on the railway without a ticket on Sunday, 26th October. Railwvay Inspector Roy prosecuted. Porter Cairns deposed that on the date in question he was at the wicket gate at the Coburg station, collecting tickets from passengers by -the 5.30 p.m. down train. He asked defend. ant for his ticket, but he brushed him on one side and ran away. Witness, however, knew his name and reported the mntter to the acting station-mas ter. The defendant, who pleaded not guilt., called two or three compamnions who swore that they sai" defendant give up his ticket to the porter. De fendant also gave evidence on his own behalf to the same effect. Mr. Springhall, J.P.. said that he and Mr. Arthur, J.P., who had been on the bench since the opening of the case, had decided that there was no...

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Disastrous Fire. HOLY TRINITY VICARAGE. DESTROYED BY FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

Disastrous Fire. * HOLY TRINITY VICARAGE. SDESTROYED BY FIRE. That too frequent cause of disas trous conflagrations, a spark from a colper fire, was responsible for the almost complete destruction of Holy Trinity Vicarage, Coburg, on Wednes day morning. The building is in the main of bluestone, with iron roof, but the back premises are of wood, and it was in these that the outbreak originated. Within three minutes of its start the fire had gained a complete hold, the flames racing through the woodlen building and spreading rapidly to the more solid structure. The fire alarm was responded to by detachments with hose carts from Co burg and.Brunswick, and by the ar rival of a motor hose carriage from North Fitzroy and a motor pump engine from the central station. There was in all eighteen men under the conmmnand of District Officer Gilseman from North Fitzroy, District Officer Sttein being on duty in Melbourne. Though the supply of water was in adequate, the fire was speedily got un de...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

General News. At the Brunswick Court on Firiday, 19th December, before Messrs. Downs and Lord, Js.P., a man named J. Ben nett, who did not put in an appear ance, was charged with making use of obscene language. William New comer, licensee of the Railway Hotel. denosed that accused and another man came into his bar and expressed a de sire to drink with the new licensee. Witness responded by shouting. The defendant did not drink his li quor, but made use of some specially vile language, at the same time try ing to hit witness over the head with a bottle. Witness had to go oQut and get the police. Defendant's compan ion tried to induce him to go away. The bench imposed a fine of £5, in default one month's imprisonment. The Lyris-Theatre offers-a great at traction for the week commencing 12th January. Zola's famous novel, his masterpiece of realism, "Germin al," will be shown on op 8000 feet film. No one should miss the oppor tunity of seeing this great series of lpictures. Some weeks a...

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The Year and Its Outlook [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

rutttsivic1h anb Zoburg ?.¢ater. PUBLISHED ON FRIDAY MORNINC. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1914 The Year and Its Outlook We have just entered the portals of the' New Year. and who shall be clever enough to tell us what 1914 shall bring forth? Of one thing there is a cer taintyv there will be an abundance of political unrest and excitement, any quantity of it. The political baro meter in both the Federal and State areas points unmistakably to 'stormy.' As far as local excitement is concern ed, there will be unouestionably a monsoonal appearance. marked by pos sible electrical disturbances in the cir cle marked Coburg, the storms ap proaching rapidly from the di rection of Essendon, and ac centuated by a southern breeze calleld "'Labor"' from Brunswick. Anart. altogether froim political mat ters, however. 1914 should be a year of great note for Brunswick and Co burg. In the year that has just pass ed. electric light became an accom plished fact in Brunswick, though there are scoffers who looked...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Electric Lighting. AN EXAMPLE TO BE FOLLOWED. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 2 January 1914

Electric Lighting. 4--- AN EXAMP'LE TO BE FOL LOWED. Messrs. Grundy and Co., the well known ironmongers, timber merchants, etc., have demonstrated whant can be done in electric lighlting, as on Christ mas Eve their Sydney road sho, was brilliantly lit hoth inside and outside. Tlhis firm never do anything by halves, and after very exhaustive enquiries aund various proofs by test, they have decided that the 'Mazda' lamp is the one parl excellence for safety, bril liance and economy, and have there fore decided to stock this particular brahd of lamp, and judging from re sults already achieved the public would do well to see what Messrs. Grundy and Co. lhae- to offer in the way of advice on electric lighting. For busines pl)remises ithe security from fire as ~ompar?d to g~s,. is enormous. The reduction of heat as compared -wif ga s s also a. big factorl to con sider when business premises are crowded. After thile brilliant success achlieved by Messls. lGrundy and Co., other ,business pr...

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