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WEDDING BELLS. FENNESSEY—STEPHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914
WEDDING BELLS. FENLNESS1-SrTEPHEN. St. Ambrose's R.C. Church i as crowded to the doors last Wednesday at high noon. to witness the wedding of hiss Eileon Stephen to 3ur. Richard 'oniilessev, of Ballarat. Ile Revt. Fa ther Gillic conducted the service. Th'11e brid0esmaids w-ero the Misses Nellie Dawson. Loirnai and Doria Heiing-i way- Mr. H. [lemii-gwai acting. as best ean. ThIle bride wai s g-iveon away by her iiiuncle, Mr. E. 1I. cilmingiay, of Sydnel road. lBrulnswick. After the ceroniony the wedding breahkfast was Iheld at the Cafe FrI'iancis, Little Col ius -street, wheret 100 friends of the bride and bridegroom sait down to ai sumiiptoit s Ibreakfast, after liich tlhe biiid il oiiple jout nici d to W iirn mi rool ton their honeymoi n trip. The scene in tlhe cluiirchyard was entiranc ing. twelve benait iful motor cars, un der the control and supplied by Mr. J. O'Conner, of Victoria street. Bruns. wick, being in attendance to convey the bridal party and guests to and from the ltl...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914
To the Trlitor. Sir,-T was somewhlat surpriedl to see by our daily papers the drift of the argument re the indebtedness of 0111 city, which to nmy in id is ex plaiheil chlarly enough by Ithe hai' sheets that have been found yeari to year carefully naudited and pon sed by the Government inslpector. Personally, I consider ,oriI eoi ci il lors have (done well for our city in pir cllasiiig land for parks and trecreation res-rve's for our present aind future generations, that. at the pres'"nt repre srent a very splendid asset and in the near fliturie will give a viale ,qilira lent to theli uilch-talked-of overdiraft. If our coillicil ha iiissed tihl &lt;gp}''o tinitiiy that was offored in getting tilhe land in a tfew year s. possibly thny would he unable to get it at any price. Seein ithe plopulation is inireasig soi rapidly, acreage in the near fut'ri will be in Brunswick an thiiin' of the past. As a boy I wroto the lo':il po ters, sutggsestini; tihl pulrchas ing of tie' lower p...
Brunswick Scottish Society. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914
Brunswick Scottish Society. - - 4-------- To the Editor. Sir.-As a constant. reader of Yiour valuable journal, I was pleased to read the lotter by Common Sense, and qnite agree with him that the coimlillittee should, if they have any honor what eer., resign at once. for there ian hIe no doubt they are losing, or ha Vlost, lthe confidence of n- great many of illhe members; and if they have the inter est of the society at heart thye will surely see this in the same light. ha Ihas i1ow become nle opijll secrct that tlhere arc two ieminhers of tihe conniit tee thlt i're not eveit minidhers of the aocilty, aind two that are not Seo' rh. nI id that, the chaiiirman is v-ry x ntitre foir the high position he holds. 111 l thatf thellre are other:s who ar' iring 1hirL piositionis 'as offiroers flor hllniniss 111 rposes to suit their own :ands: that if we do not have clean oIifb1 e-:irer1s we can conly expect to htar If antothchr society owCnlinig iup, with the reslilt. that both of them will ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914
Professional Column. Miss Ethel Browne, SOPRANO VOCALIST. Teacher of Music, Singing, and Voice Production. S144 Blyth Street, Brunswick. Voice Cuiltuie & Production, Careful & Thorough Tuition. Terms Moderate. V. Powell, 81 Albion St., \VWest Bruwiswick Miss Beatice Hallarm TiACHER OF SIN1 and w99 ,E -. iTPIlL of \lis E iih Lit oi vood and of mladamne Emtv Gould. iTEuNlS MODiEI:ATE. "Waverley," 30 Mayfield Street, COBURG. MISS M. S. PARKHURST, D.M.S.V. A.L.C.M. (Registered Highest Grade) Teacher of Singing, Pianoforte, Violin, Harmony, 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 Schu ite L,T.C.L. Teacher of Pianoforte and Theory. Pupils prepared for Examinations. 'Phone: Brunswicik, 332. 131 THE GROVE, COBURG. Mr. W. Graham Weir EXPERT PROFESSOR of VOICE...
Coburg Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914
Coburg Pictures. At the above last Saturday night manyl fine pictures were screened and 'ujoyed by the large crowd which at tended. The star picture chosen for Saturday. April 20th, is entitled. The Sheriff andl the Rustler. it is one of those excitinmr cowboy films, produc ed by the Selig Co. On Tuesday night. April 2Sthl, a film entitledl The Heart of Kathleen will bl shown. It is a beautiful Irish story of 3000 feet, and will be included in a rood selection of other subjects.
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914
General News. The Moreland State school, No. 2837 will hold an. At Home on Satur (lay afternoon, the 25th April; at 3 p.min, in thlie School Hall, De Carlo st., 10orelmadl, at whichltthe parents and friends are invited. The Premier has consented to be present and open the pavilion, and _4 e Parliamentary preseiitatives of the district will be present. A collection will be made in :idc of the Slchool Commniittee's funds. Cr. Waxman is chlairman of taie co(n inittee, and i 111 i . C. Plant it trea sirer, whlilst \Mr. L. Evans is corres Iponldl,t. They aie to to-e congratulated on thlie manner in which they are all working to eiisilrr success, and we trust that their efforts will be reward ed. The lquestion of erecting a sanitary convenience in Methivrei Park eanme ip for discussion at. the last council meet ing in lBrunswick, when Cr. Phillips pointed on t ithat it, was a public pairk and iirgen thy requiried one, and tlhe cost would he abotil; Os. second-lhand, and it. could easily h...
The Opening up of East Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914
3nuilewich u15 I Coburg ~L can)ctx PUBLISHED ON FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1914 The Opening up of East Brunswick. - 4---.-- The old Ronhits iwere natural rvoei builders. They early recogniised t1ait crmmunication could only he main tained with outlying localities by gqod roads, well designed and constructted with that eye to peir'lanellcv and efli ciency so characterisitic of this domiin ating people. The Appian way p ear Rome still stands ais a mnonument of thloroughuess, ans d the greait -arteries in Englrlid remains to this day. after the lapse of fifteeni centuries, miodeils of .duiabilit A stndy of Prescott's interestingi "coni ihilition to roinii1tic hiistoi (' (Tle_ Conquest of Perin) tcon vinces oiie thIlit thel Petriitiias Ibefoi e thbelmi inaixelllous cis il iztion II had beeIi riithlessly destio id b' Spiainish greed ad.il aEariIce, , ieta in the face oif enllor inoi pantituiral diflicultiesC even s6uper1ior to tih Rlomnsii i inthl niatter of goodl ilroad-maing The...
City of Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914
City of BrunswicK. NOTICi iC iiehwh tiritn tait at a [Liunsa itk hild in Wli,.tltv . Ilth' 1inn thei Iit' in tlt lixo I t't: Tn piat sliii itincil t ri cetd bt pell alnt CII i icd i to mikiie Cnit t t l t ion (o~lit Nit jmuuiitti csitaicl 1 ii' ill I lii 197 of\·ik. thel Leenl;. GoenetAtil 1I 1 I0ne· thin emloi gi lifr ii fat thle utioi x '1 r uamn truttl t t Ina h ius in ehiin c itt eime of t heiihst inA tit 1jilt tii i n taav r t thaun ill'rs tit Ctm'iitilen at liiih I Citt til title wickiiI li. ri Ill i li I it (i: i (1tu ljli tutun sh l te ii ii "'x i t hIt san tt titli It lsdit o av h s l iiiar lii m r it it ih iil tit ititi itret lit thii (ii . l nt it-t 1 -ron ti nw is 'in chai otn ndii ititet in mtie n ( inel Ititillelar. 1(0it Failr Il'tiis ik tehile Iotih i tile lth it ne~i lihiah h iii hi s halittti ofor chuirat a os iih tilt' iioxeutha ieiit eti 13awa C ThitsIt'i leptt ai r te t Iit tiiee to time hlvelsitliiii t n ' t hr1o111ughout the whtut l' Dmi thedi Cis 'timltlm Urf...
SHIPWRECKED MAZDA LAMPS AND THE SEQUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914
SHIPWRECKED MAZDA LAMPS AND THE SEQUEL. The '"Electrical Times." reported, when the "(ceana" foundered some time backl, that t number of cases of Mazda lamps, consigned to Hombay Town Hall. wen t to the buottonm. The report concluded by saying that, "dredging operations are proceeding and we have not the slightest doubt. that in the event of one of the boxes coming uip. its cotiltents w0ui be foun.d in tact." : The sequel to ihis idec the "Elec Lricil ITimes" six months later is in teresti:lng: n a paragraph headed. "A prophecy justified," they state that of 100 Mazda lamps recovered. only -4 per cent. were in any way damagedi-the remaining 95 per cent. being in- perfect coindition. This is yet another proof that Mazdas are mechanically strong. and will withstand rough usage.
Football. BRUNSWICK V. FOOTSCRAY. AN EXCITING FINISH. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914
Football. BRUNSWICK - V. FOOTSCRAY. AN EXCITING FINISH. A large crowd of football enthusiasts visited the local reserve on Saturdaiy last to 'witness the match between Brunswick and Footscray. There were over 4000 present. Although ramin threatened, none fell, and the playing arena was by no means in bad order, except in two or three cases.,_to which a little attention might well be paid. In Footscrayv's teamn, Eldridge and Holmes took the place of Gregory and Crouch, while Moexhamin. Cault, Clow and Gibson gave way to Cazaly, Top ham., George and Braid in Brunswick's 16. Brunswick soon had a behind, kicked by Topham, and a goal, secur ed by Gaskell, to credit, but the ad vantage was not long maintained. Spence was given a free kick within kicking distarice of goal, but McLeod lprevented the ball from going through. He, however, failed to take a mnark or clear the ball, and Grier son, picking it up smartly, raised the two flags for Footscray. The attack n-was renewed, and McLeod jus...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914
Auctioneers and Estate Agents. ROERTS, STA COY . - --------- M's.L.A. (MORELAND'S LEADING AGENTS) AUCTIONEER, SWORN VALUATOR, SUB-DIVISIONAL LAND EXPERTS, RENT COLLECTORS, FURNITURE SALESMEN. Have a large and complete list of Houses and Land for Sale in Brunswick, Moreland and Coburg, from £25O. Small Deposit. Rent Terms. PHONE BRUNSWICK 46. CONSULT THE LEADING-- Auctioneer ad Property Salesmen NEW AND COMMODIOUS PREMISES, SYDNEY ROA, Corner of Blyth Street. ESTABLISHED 16 YEARS. OUR SPECIALTY Auction Sales of Property and Subdivision of Land by our Auctioneer Mr. THos. E. CRISP, who has had 25 years' experience. Out-door Auction Sales of Household Furniture and Mer chandise receive our careful and best attention. Account Sales promptly rendered. Sworn Valuations of Property and Furniture for Probate and other Purposes. Rents Collected Absentees Represented. Estates Managed. Insurances of Fire, Plate Glass, Accident. Employers' Liability, Motor Cars, &c. effected. effect REF...
Early History of Brunswick and Coburg. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914
Early History of Bruns- wick and Coburg. (By An Old Identity.) On a fine afternoon in this locality one early autumn, I took a stroll along Holmes street, East Brunswick, the proposed tram route to Bell st., Cobnrg, intending to visit the little cemetery on the hill. As I passed along the narrow lane, known as Nicholson street, my memory strayed back to the time when in boyhood I wandered in the same familiar place birds' nesting (at that time an avenue of trees)-- again of the faces and homes that have since passed away and the won- derful changes that have taken place in the short period of fifty year. I crossed the new bridge and saw the old Merri Creek, still rippling on: but its surroundings--how changed! The stones remain in many instances as I knew them in the past; but the beauty of the scene has gone. All the or- chards which in springtime were gar- dens of blossom as far as the eye could scan have given place to Chinese gar- dens; nearly all the native trees and shrubs tha...
TRIP TO GREENSBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
TRIP TO GREENSBOROUGH BY THE BRU!NSWICK CATHOLIC YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY. The 6th annual picnic of the Brtins wick Catholic Young Men's Society was held at Greensborough on April .27. The excursionists-went by special train, which left the North Carlton railway station at 9.25 a.m. Although the weather was threateninlg, well over 200 participated in the outing. On arrival the party adjourned to the sports ground surrounding the Greens boroulgh Hotel. where a fine pro gramlime of siports wUas most- sucess fully c:rried out during the day. A fine dancing hall was also available for dancing and first-class music was ren dered. Amongst those present during the day werei the Rev. Dean Carey, who with Father Rlya n came by motor car in the afternoon and wlere welcom ed. Rev. Fr. O'Grady, parish priest of Preston. was also present, and the commlittee plea.:edl to see so many old members of the society present. The excu rsio'i sts returned home about 9 p.m.. havi g ,njoyed a pleasant day. The r...
JUNIOR SONS OF TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
,T1NIC)l ?, ()sONs OF TEMPEIL\ CE. Tlh abov-e (Stir uf 1Irunswicik Seo Iilnl held their f,>rtuit htly t ,,nin.,_" on April 2:3. in thlie chliabite Hall. Bro. T. Cornish. W.A.. in the chlair. BrP. Willis. .1.P.. heini assisted by founr sencior member. A satisfactory number was present. and one full bene fit member was necepted and initiated. Bro. Willis reported having received n cashl prize from Bro. Royniolds, of Di vision, for shooting competition. It was decidted to accept thile prize and 1cmipete for' same net meneting and senid test thalnks to 1Bro. Reyuolds. 'T'I, W.P. nrged the member to in crease membership. The syllabus item was FHand-work Competition, but it was deferred. Bro. Boreham. W.P., invited the Seniors to attend on 5th May. and refresllnelnts were served. Next meeting is on May 7th. All young folk invited.
SONS OF TEMPERANCE. BRUNSWICK DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
SONS OF TEMPERANCE. BRUNSWICK DIVISION. A very good meeting of the above was held on Tuesday, Bro Borchaim, W.P,. in the chair. One new meniber was initiated. Tihe report of tlie Ju:. iors was of an enoonraging, nature It was resolved to take part. in a confer ence to advance the social work of the Order.. -The: sinm of 10s. was votcd, to entertain ,the Juniors at the next meeting- of the Division. The report of the National Division, which was given by Bro. Appleby, containcd sonme interesting information. There would bo no alteration of rules for another.- yiar at least-. There had bcen 693 init.iations, but the large lhakagec through arrears and other (a:ue,, brought the netft increase dowln\ o 9ln. In the Juniors the toinl nnmhber ini tiated was 163, and the nott ~sain 23.3 -or a total incrcas, of -115. During the camina year ha , t ,,al to be arrived at is 1000 new members. The efforts of the newly-app-intd or'ganiser came in for much cology. In reIcard ito the finances, Inst y...
Opening Somerton Line. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
Opening Somerton Line. Thoe Mijister of ajilw-ys recently interviewdc the Conunisioners with reference to t.he. complaints made by a deputation from Colburg and Bruns, wick, relative to the shocking state of the train service on the Cobuirg line. The Commissioners promised to: make inquiries and make a report to the Minister. who, however, intends to look into the matter for himself and also to the matter of opening the Somnerton line.
NEW LECTURE HALL. RESULT OF CHURCH PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
NEW LECTURE HALL. RESULT OF CHURCH PROGIRESS. SOn Tuesday evening, April 21st, Mr Thomas HagRger, State evangelist to the Victorian Churches of Christ, offi cialy opened the Lecture: Hall. a:t the rear of the present brick chuirch build-. iug in Davies street,i Morelaind, 'be-. longing to thes Moreland Churc?hl' :of, Christ... -.. MIr.' Hagger, who was called iipon ati a moment's notice to perform the ere'.; mony, said at the opening of h:lis re marks that he felt like the bridegroomi who, when called upon to reply, hbe came very nervous, and putting lis hand on the bride's. shoulder, to help steady hiimself said, -'I':e had t?iis th'ing thrust ~ipon me.' Continuing, MIr. Hagger stated that this church should indeed -feel proud o :-itself' in having made such ?progress since the cause was started here a few years ago. He wished them all success in their new enterprise. : Mr. J. J. ,4Anderson briefly outlined the history of the chlirch, showing sow, a few- years ago; about nine peo-....
MORELAND DISTRICT V. NEWPORT JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
MOR.ELAND DISTRICT V. NEW PORT JUNIORS. Moreland District played Newport juniors on the latter's ground on Sn turday, the 25th April, and after a hard fought game were victorious, the scores being: Moreland District, 4 goals 3 hds. Newport Juniors. 2 goals 6 bds. Best. players for Moreland District were Dudley, Thomas, Peck, McLut chie, Conroy and Layden. Moreland District play Fitzroy ,Jun iors on Saturday, on Fitzroy's ground. 'Thle team will be picked on the ground flrom the following:-Peck (capt.), Martin (vice.capt..), MeLutchie, JOhn son (2), McLaughlan, Thomas, Lay den, Ashmore, Dudley, Doctor. Jovce, O'Brien (2), Aicher, Perry, Russell, Churchman, Conroy, Paterson, Roul ston, Crateran, Watts, McQucon. How arld, Gibbins.