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Coburg Police Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 28. Before Messrs. Waters (chairman), and Norman, NON- ACCINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

Coburg Police Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 2S. Beforo Mfoears. Waters (chairman), and Normann, J.P's. ON-VOACCINATION. John G. Chew, John George Wilson, Matthew C. Mloloney, Walter R. Church, Percy A. Howden, Oco. W. CGulson, Chas. Ah Foe. were p)roceed ed against for failing to have their children rfaccinated, and were fiued .1ls. cach. The case against Stanley Read. for a same offence, was adjourn ed for two months.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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The Juniors. BRUNSWICK V. NORTHERN DIST. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

The Juniors. BRUTNSWICI V. NORTHERN DIST. The Brunswick Junior F.C. opened the season on Saturday last, when they met the Northern District F.C. at Brunswick Park. The latter team were victorious in the last encounter, which was played at the latter end of last season, at Croxton Park. The locals. however. have a much stronger team this season, and succeeded in handsomely defeating their opponents. The local club tried several new menl, viz., Willis, Olsson, Hepburn, T. Smith, Ewart, Murduff and Whitmore. There was a fair number of specta. tors. The teams were: Brunswick Juniors: F. McLean (c.), S. James (vice) \\ W. Fawcett, R. V. Iockholt, 1R. White, M. Evans, i. 'Phillips, L. Ha yes, H. Malkin, I-i. Carroll, G. l"1y, G. Millis, F. Olsson, H. Hepburn, S. Smith, C. Ewart, A. Murduff, G. Wluitmore. Nortlhern District: J. Bourke (c.), 'P. Bourk. TIough, Flynn, Heafey, Purcell, Williams (2)) Ryan, Mehan, Brooks, Escott, Marslhall, Fischer, Mc Grath, Murray, Jowett, Knorpf. Impllire: P...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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LANDLORD AND TENANT. EVICTION CASE. LAWYERS ARE NECESSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

LANDLORD AND TENANT. EVICTION CASE. LAWYERS ARE NECESSARY. Margaret Berry proceeded against Mr. Keith to evict him for nonpay ment of rent. It appeared hatha she served tile notice of owner's intention to recover possession, but did not read it over or explain its pirport, as re quired by the Act. Tile Bench advis ed her to consult a solicitor, as the procedure was highly technical and ce:tain legal formalities had to be com Splied with, which had not been done.

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THE NEW MELBOURNE GENERAL CEMETERY. A SUNDAY AFTERNOON VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

THE NEW MELBOURNE GENERAL CEMETERY. A SUNDAY AFTERNOON VISIT. This cumeltery ::>: Stu:day. after noon wIas we i we:"h a hehr: visit. and huundrel.s vi*ited i:. "Ti: train lear lug teibo:;r:, g .t3 p.m. brought nuim bersi orf vis·e,-s anu.i ftriis of those \wh,. hae r;,,I:v,,s tth'er, who might have bhe-e -sen bu-i:y e.gcaged beauti :yiag and ptlvntin, f'owerxing plants and shrubels anmng hIe newn-mde graves. The railavw s'ation has been arranged i:h ,\hat: may bhe described as an exn c-utr-yard nl front, with trt..s to give sihadv in suulmer. At the peit: Iar the main entr:-ance. to h icl l the ::Iin avuol- ?s converge. is 0o be a clock .vv'er. ai:ul this tower :'ill be viible ,rm:; mos: parts of the 45 acres th-t show the ,ivision of the grounds itio the various religious de H:Ouinla t ions. The 'reatrt portin of the cem:etery is furn al in its lay-out. but the north ern end is to be tr'ntcel in a :::ore na tuiral style-. This port:ion nill not be required for burial purtpves fo...

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Football. BRUNSWICK V. BRIGHTON. BRUNSWICK WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

Football. BRUNSWICK V. BRIGHTON. BIRUNSWICK WIN. Brunswick, playing Brighton on tile seasiders' gl-ounu, won their first match of the season. In the first quar terl tile local team 'had a good deal the best of the play, and it looked as if the visitors were in for another de feat; but the ]atter, improving in sys temn as the game went on, fairly wore their opp6nents down, and won hand somely at thile finish. Brunswick's sup porters reached the ground by a spe cial train, and there was a very good at.tenldance. The ground was hard and fast. Brighton substituted Daawson for THenderson, while Gillespie and Goble replaced Thomas and Cazaly in the Brunswick team. Brighton made the pace at the start, but after some rapid exchanges Chase kicked first goal for the visitors out of a scrimmage. Quick play by Tur-nbull, Graham and Duggan led to Tees scoring first goal for Brighton. In ruck play, marking and quickness on the ball. the locals generally beat Brunswick in this quarter. As the outc...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick Scottish Society. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

Brunswick Scottish Society. To the Editor. Sir,-Thanks to your valuaible paper for placing our feelings before our bro ther Scots. I, being one of the numn ber of .fifty strong, would not like to see another society spring up. It would only be the means of blowing both of them up in the air, and I would -much sooner see the present committee blown into little bits than see oui' Scottish Club go out. I be lieve that some little time back one of the head officers.was carried home by some of the committee, as he was not able.to walk home himself, and that :the::,ice-president insulted a lady on Cii ltmas t?ee llictit. Whetn:he was Ask&ed'~a- f the st$ickir@; for 'hor Aittle. girl he pulled up' the lef of 'histrous crs and said to her, "How will this do, Mrs. P" After the descriptions given in your Inst issue by 'Fifty Strong,' as well as thcse facts, would it not be as well if these committeemen would at once throw, up their selfish greed for office and help to mend the split t...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Conducting a Council's Business. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

Conducting a Council's Business. TIihe Coburg Council is a very n.appy fanmily. and. under the beneficent wing of the Mayor the proceedings are con duc.ed in a ver~ quiet, orderly and regul:r manner, due regard being had for the regular order and methodical conduct of business, w?ith the result that its business is dispatched with great ra.pidii;y. -.. : No councillor a·ttemrpts invthing out of its order, 'mnd the Miaybr would not petrmiAt it if he did,:except; in matters of urgiency, when practically the coun cillors are unanimous in- their desire-to allow such a. course to proceed. If a councillor moves any motion and it is right tihat the debate should proceed on it, ino other coumcillor will be tolerated introducing irrelevant matter into the argument :or to ask questions foreign to the subject of the debate. Thus if a mnatter is being re gaularly discussed av.- by .the Helth Conminttee chairmann on a matti~er aris ing out of his report. no other couincil-l lo' would be allowed ...

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BRUNSWICK SCOTTISH SOC. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

BRUNtSWICK SCOTTISH SOC. To the Editor. Sir;L-On the 18th a. letter appeared in your columns, naccusing the secre tuies,, mynself, and the present secre taryv; df using the position for business purp" se. This is not altogether true. ¶When I took over the secretaryship from Mr. James G: Hamnilton, my busi ness did not require a lift by advere tisiu in Brunswick, as all my firm's business was confined to the City of Mlellburne, and other such cities throulgh the Commonwealth. I certainly did issue a great num her of letters to the Scots of Bruns wick, but. that was very necessary, not to advertise myself. but for the honor and glory and up-keep of our Scottish Society, which all true Scots are so proud of. At that time the Society was sixty strong, and to-day with the heln of these letters it is about 230 strong. There was also another letter that appeared in your last issue, signed 'Fifty Strong.' which pointed to the weakness of the present conmmittee; and further states that. ther...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick Police Court. MONDAY, APRIL 29. Before Messrs. Read Murphy, P.M., Fleming, Allard and Dowsley, J.P's. Drill Shirkers. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

Brunswick Police Court. MONDAY, APRIL 29. Before Messrs. Read Murphy, P.M., Fleming, Allard and Dowsl,'y, J.P's. Drill Shirkers. A large batch of drill shiik,.rs wiro ch'arged with failing to attend drill re gularly, and were sent. to Quiei.ci'ff Fortress for 20 (liys. Tlhiy wr. se verely lectured by the P.31. .\nolt,',her batch was dischargeil oni pro. iqng to inake up the days short. Wilful Tresp?as. Selina Rleaiurn, ofi Iau"ir sti'tcet,, Br~nswick, charge. La ur, 1riliin wihl haiving on the 2Sth inqt. wilfully trespassed on her ipremilse' and used iccr' had languagr. She wa. fined £2, in default sevin i ays' impriiment-. Short Weights. Chas. Win' Hoon, of St'tn; rt st., Brunswick. hlwkerl ws x iind £3. with £2 3s Gd costs, for havingi onii the lst April had three short weights in his pqossession. Mr Schiicite lprosecuted. De fend:nt did not appear.' Noisy Motor CclIe. Lo0ell Mfc4;uinn lios ,'as clharged with having on [:ri1chi 13 riuinda") driven a. miotor c-ycle an1 mikingi: a n...

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Coburg Town Council. (Held over from last Issue.) Re M. J. Kelly's Compensation Claim. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

Coburg Town Council. ------«- (Held over from last Issue.) Re M. J. Kelly's Compensation Claim. The Molb. and Met. Board of Wks. reported that they did not propose tc recognise Mr. Kelly's claim to com pensation, and Cr. Kenne characteris ed the report as unsatisfactory, and thought Mir. Kelly had been treated unjustly and that the Board was shirking the matter and had not fair. ly answered the claim. He stated lth judge stopped thie case and said there was none a.gainst him. The proseclu tion was instituted by two pimps whc watched the premises whilst Mir Kelly was in Adelaide. Cr. Davis said he did not know Mr Kelly, but believed the Board was treating him shameful ly. It should defray his expenses. Cr. McAlpine agreed and said the Board had treated Mr Kelly unfairly. It charged him with wilfully and felon iously stealing its water, a. serious charge to spread broadcast- which de manded recognition. Cr Bush abb defended Mr Kelly's claim. He statec it. had cost Mr. Kelly £60 or £70...

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Annual Social OF THE BRUNSWICK AND COBURG U.F.S. DISPENSARY AND MEDICAL INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

Annual Social * OF THEi BRIUNSWICK AND CO BURG U.r.S. DISPENSARY AND MEDICAL INSTITUTE. The. annual social in connection with the above was held on Friday night,. 2 tth ulit., in the Olddfellows' Hall, Brunswick, and there was a good at tendance of delegates and visitors. re presenting all the friendly societies connec.ted with the inst.it.ut.ion. The committee had arranged a good programme, which was well carried out. Those contributiug items were: Mr. N. Bridges, Mr. Duncan, Mr. Will. Scott (comic), Mr. and Miss Stone, Miss Fiddis, Miss Mears, and Miss Hopkinson, and each of the per formers were deservedly applauded. During the evening the President, MrI. F. J. Bird, gave a brief report of the progress of the institution, stating that the membership was now ovcer 6.700 on the dispensary, and 2700 on the Medical Institute, and af ter inviting the Immediate Past Pi're sident, Mr. J. B. Carroll, to come on to the platform. he informed those present, that Mrl. Pevererll had had a stre...

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THE COUNCIL'S QUARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

THE COUNCIL'S QUARRY. * At the last meeting of the Bruns wick Council tho Quarry return for month ended 31st iMarch, 1914, was presented, as follows: Receipts. 1082 c. yards 2ain. metal at 47s............... £214 8 0 270 c. yds. screenings at 5s. 67 10 0 58 c. yds. toppings at 5s, .. 14 10 0 30 e. ydcs. dust, at 5s. ..... 7 10 0 110 c. yds. tarred screenings at. 14s ........ . .. . . 77 0 0 109 c. yds. tarred toppings at 22s. 6d. .......... .122 12 6 126 pitchers at 27s. per 100 1 13 9 92 ,, soil at is.......... 4 12 0 240,, salamander at 2s. .. 24 0 0 66 ,, spalls at 2s. ....... 6 6 0 £540 2 3 Expenditnre. Interest on capital outlay ..£48 0 0 Tar .. ...............97 15 o Fuel, explosives, materials, etc............... 35 0 0 Foreman's wages......... 17 10 0 Labor ......... .... . 142 11 2 Cartage.. ........... 5 9 5 Balanco .. ..... ..193 16 8 £540 2 3

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Rifle Shooting. BRUNSWICK RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

Rifle Shooting. BRUNSWICK RIFLE CLUB. A comnpetition for the Yeomans, Burt., and Fleming trophies took place at Port Melbourne on Saturday, April 25th; 14 shots at 200. yards; with the following result&:- e .c. 6 Tl. J. Leheny . ..... .....67- 70O G. Rice ......... 63 7 70 J. Lyle .......... 64 7 70 F. Orgill . 65 5 70 A. Svmons.. ... .. 65 5 70 T. fighet ". .... 64 8 70 T. Harper .... 62 9 70 A. Slater .. :.. ..;'.. 60 9 69 H. Mackay ..- .:.:. 59 10 69 J. .Young . . ; 64 5 69 A. Rice ...... i62 6 68 E. Clement. . .;.: ... . 61 7 68 A. Johnston .. . 61 7 68 W. Smith .. . .. .. 64 4 68 G. Moran .. .' i.. .. 62 5 67 P. Anderson.. . . 60 7 67 F. Daver ....:,.,· 62 4 66 W. Palnmer .. , . 60 6 66 G. McCartney .... . 59 7 66 E. Esnouf ..... .. 61 5 66 W. Robertson .... .. 46 20 (6( W. Thomas ........ 53 9 82

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BRUNSWICK P.A.F.S. V. GEELONG P.A.F.S. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

BRU'NSWICK P.A.F.S. V. GEE LONG P.A.F.S. The Brunswick Lodge of the P.A. F.S. journeyed to Geelong to play their annual match with the Loyal Corio Lodge (Geelong) P.A.F.S., and wore met at the station by the Presi dent (Bro. Roffey) and secretary (Bro Harvey) and members of cricket team, and then were entertained at break fast and lunch at Kardinia Park. where match was played, and after the game (which was won by the Bruns wick Lodge by 45 runs on first in nings) were then entertained at din ner. Several appropriate toasts were honored, and afterwards left for home ward journey by 9.5 train, having spent a pleasant outing. Several sis ters and brothers of the lodge stayed in Geelong till Monday spending their tinme sight-seeing. The outing to Bar won Heads on the Sunday will long he remembered by those who partook in it. Through the kindness of the Geelong secretaries, who did their ut nmost to make the trip a pleasure, a good time was spent. The scores in the cricket match were as...

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CRICKET. I.O.R. ASSOCIATION FINAL. CLIFTON HILL V. BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

CRICKET. 1.O.R. ASSOCIATION FINAL. CLIFTON HILL V. BRUNSWICK. Clifton Hill: First Innings. Totall .................. 182 lirunswick: First Innings. lKemp, c Baillie, b Marr ..... ..4 Cann, run out ............ 3 M[cLaine, c Malrr, b Wallac .. .. 8 Temple (capt.), b Wallaco .... 46 Gillard, not out... ...... .31 Agg, c Kemp, b Marr ...... 9 McConnell, b Aveling ...... ... 2 Bishop. not. out............ 10 Sundries .. .. .... 11 Six wickets for .. .. .. 124

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

?" ! ' . * .. * - , - - . ,,r *. ~. r,'. ; .. ::?r-:. . i S .r the faous AUGUST FOSTER PIANOS. 5 6 C FRATIARTLEY LAUGH 'A BR1NSWICK. T 8 ESTABLISHED 1885. Terms Arranged iI i runsisicle's eading eweller, Watchmaker and Optician. R Organs, Violins, and other Musical Instruments, Phonographs, Records, Music, Etc., Etc. .H OR TERa therce h arepayingforit at 1/-perweek. YOUr Talo, ae. hs Dpy. SdRoad, B UNSWI CK. EES T r Tested FREE of Charge. SPECTACLES to Order,~ / te. All spof Repairs at Shortest Notice. l perDao The Onl Address-333 Sydney Road, .Br k You Must Know Him. .. ... .... .. ? ................ " " -r--T rN n~ un • n amnm • e m mmmm mmuiu "ea n m •me m • .n • me . mn . m u . . .m mer.nnu.me emm .n .l. um =.... .. ..r =.u... . . .a ,.am.r•.,.. A BOON 1N PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. MARKS BROS, 334-336 SYDNEY ROAD, (Near Methodist Church) And at 870 Sydney Road. Agent for Suttons. Tobacconists and Hairdressers. F. R. UC ET T,~ FIRST-CLASS HAIRDRESSE?' & TOBACCONI...

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North Brunswick Progress Association. MEETING OF MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

North Brunswick Pro gress Association. MEIETING OF MEMBERS. A meeting of tlm members of tho Association took place at the rooms, Sydney road, Brunswick, aInst Satur day night, at 8 p.m. About thirtyi were present. The secretary read tile correspondence. West. Brunswick Street Comnmni cation League. Withl the object of securing street ,omnrmunication fromn- West Brunswick to the City of Melbourne, Mr. Dows Icy (the chairman of the League), with othelrs, -attended to enlist the Associa tioni's to-operatioii.- .He said the ques tion had been:agitated ':for for:siome tinme past. They wanted to nihkeo the matter as public as possible. They were going to call five public meet ings' in different portions of the dis trict, and draw up a monster petition to priesent to Brunswick City Council. He thought the Council had not done the riiht thing, and had only stalled theim off. It hiad made promises, but did nothing to openl up an avenue in the West. parallel with Sydney road. IMr. Tetty, (of ...

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Important Meeting at Broadmeadows. MAIN ROADS BOARD MEMBERS SPEAK. ENTERTAINED BY PRESIDENT AND COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

Important Meeting at Broadmeadows. M.AIN ROADS BOARD MEMBERS SPEAK. ENTERTAINED BY PRESIDENT AN]) COUNCILLORIS. An event of considerable loa! im portance to Bo:idlimenaldows Shire took place nlast Friday, when the clh:irman of thle Main Roads Botrd (Mr. W. Colder, M.I.C.F1.) and Mr. Friuke. nother nmember of the Board. met thlie P'resident of the Shire (Cr. XAlex. Gihb. ,T. 1.. several of the councillors. an 1 th ,,f otuc, rs. at the Shire Hall. The Board1 . l companied hi the Shlire Engin c r( (Mr. W. Murray Pul hlr. C. E.). had previously inspected several of the main roads. and a fur ther inspection was made after lui ch'loon. "lhe President. entiertaincedl the iiem her of the Board and! the other git. ittmen ni lunchleonl. and after this Mir Cahler gave a very clear explanation of ihe. working of the Country Roads Act. The explanation was of great enofit. to ithose present. as it. placed the matter in a very clear li~rht, and at the concl!usion all present were thoroughly seized...

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THE PREMIER OPENS NEW PAVILION SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

THE PREMIER OPENS NEW PAVILION SCHOOL. A very pleasant afternoon was spent last Saturday a.t the above school in Do Carle street, Moreland. The School Committee gave an At Home there to celebrate the opening of the new Pa vilion School and the Shelter Shed erected there, and also the one erected inn the main ,school close by. They are beautiful structures, and will no doubt be greatly appreciated. The desigln and workmanship are all that could be desired. The Pavilion School was erected by the Government, bit the shelter sheds were erected by 1no School Committee, a.t a cost of L1 ii. and this sum was raised by the ene.'gy and zeal displayed by Cr. J. Waxninl1 (chairman of the committee), Mr. R. G. Plant (treas.), MLr-. L. Evans (cor respondent), and the other members, who deserve unstinted praise for their fine efforts. About 300 ladies and gen tlemen were present, and noticeable amongst them were ex-Cr. T. O'L. Reynolds (chairman Bruns. and Co hurg Tramway Trust). Mr. Ed. Rey nold...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914

L OST, THURSDAY NIGHT. Silver medal, name inscribed, between Lyle Street Brunswick and Campbell Street Coburg. Reward. 7 Lyle Street. EMPIRE THEATRE 'The Popular Play-house of Brunswick ER Our Popular Prices-6d., 1/-, 1/6 Commencing. Saturday, May 2 BAILEY'S POSING DOGS Dogs that are Human; that look to the eye as though carved from marble, in Poses that cannot' fail to reach the hearts of everyone. See Their Wonderful Groups of "Rock of Ages,' "Prayers," "The Dying Pal," "Death," "Sorrow," "The Old Sundowner," &c.,1&c. AND OTHER SPECIAL NOVELTIES Vaudeville Attraction BAILEY'S POSING D S Dedicated to the Sports Conmencigat - DOGS men of Australasia..... MtAY FAIRH. TOWN lALL. COBITRG MAY FAIR.. TOWN H1IALL. CO'tlRG To he op.ened by His Worship the Lord .Mayor of Melb, on MONDAY, -I MAY 14. - MiONDAY. At S p.m. In aid of the Build ill Fuud. St. i'Pnaul's Church, Cobulrg. MAY FAIR. TOWN [AiL, COBUII(" MAY FAIR. CTOWN HI.\l,, CO1B1U{CG Excellent I Musical Prog'ram ever...

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