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More Magistrates Wanted for Brunswick. CR. J. R. JEWELL COMPILES A LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
More Magistrates Wanted for Brunswick. CR. J. R. JEWELL COMPILES A LIST. Crf J. R. Jewell has compiled a statement of the populations of vari ous districts, and from this statement it is clear that. Brunswick should have more justices appointed. The state ment is appended herewith: No. of Population. J.P's. Brunswick ......... 37,000 14 Prahran ......... 46,000 36 Riclhmond ...... 40,000 15 South Melb....... 416,000 26 St. Kilda. ........ 27,000 28 City of Melbourneo and Public Offices 102,000 251 Malvern........ 18,000 15 Footscray ........ 26,000 14 Fitzroy .......... ..6,000 16 Essendon........ ..27,000 17 Collingwood ...... 35,000 16 Brighton ........ 13,000 15 Camberwell ...... 14,000 15 Coburg ....- .... 11,000 10 Kew ....-..... -11,000 16 Northeote ........ . 19,000 11 Port Melbourneo .... 14,000 11 Warrnambool .-..... 7,000 12 Williamstown .... 16,000 10 Aarart------- 4.000 7 Castlemaine ........ 6,000 10 Oreswick ....-.... 2,000 7 Oaldeigh ..... 2,000 7 Rnutherglen ...........
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
Auctioneers and Estate Agents. RO ES, STALEY & COY. rI--- 's.L.A. (MORELAND'S LEADING AGENTS) AUCTIONEER, SWORN VILUATOR, 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 £250. Small Deposit. Rent Terms. PHONE BRUNSWICK 46. CONSULT THE LEADING Auctioneer an Propery Salesmen NEW AND COMMODIOUS PREMISES, SYDNEY RO , Clrner of Blyth Street. EST\BI1SHED 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. REF...
City of Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
City of Brunswick. N()OTICI' is hereby giiven that at a :mloting of thie Council of the City of BSru nswic!. h-ld on Wednesday, the toth d~'y of April, ii1,L tihe said Coun cil did agree to the following resolu tion, iIthat is to say: iThat ithis Council proceed by Spe cinl Oiirder to nmake under Sectiot, 197 of the Local Government. Aet 1903 the followiug By-law, for the putrpos?e of regulating traflfic: BY-LAW NO. 53. In pursuance of the powers con felrred by the local Government Act 19003 the Mayor, Councillors, and Citizens of the City of Bruns wick oirder as follows: (1) No person shall at one and the samie timo act as driver or have the sole charge of more thani one cart., drav or other vehicile drawn by ani imal power on any public road or street of the City, and no poerson in charge of any such horse, cart, dray or otrher vehicle shall during the time he is in charge of, and whilst such cart, dray or other vehicle is in nlotion ride in any cact, drayv or otlher vehicle other...
Coburg Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
Coburg Pictures. Another crowded house expressed its appreciation kf the above last Satur day night. A much talked of and popular film, entieled In the Midst of the Jufngle, was show~ on the follow ing Monday night at the special holi day entertainment. This picture, in conjunction with other specials, made up an interesting and entertaining programme. On Saturday, May 2nd, a star pic ture, entitled The Fortune-tellers' Daughter, w-ill be shown, together with the usual number of other sub jects. On Tuesday night, May 5th, the Coburg Ladies' Rifle Club are holding a picture night at Lake H-all. A program of good fihlms, the star of which is a stirring feature drama, en t.itled The Black Ball, will be shown.
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. COBURG BRANCH A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. ** . ----«--- COBURG BRANCH A.N.A. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above branch was held in the Town Hall, the President (Mr. J. Hammond) in the chair. The corres pondence included an appeal from the Talbot Colony and an invitation to the rresident from the Brunswick and Co burg U.F.S. to a smoke social. Three members were welcomed to the branch and three members were nominated for election. Messrs. J. Hallam and Munro having gained the most mem bers for the year, receive A.N.A. me dnls. Mr. G. Monk, as dispensary de lirate, dealt with a meeting of this body. After the business of the branch an illustrated lecture was deli vered by Mr. Leslie Chardler, of the Ornithologist Club of Victoria, on the Bird Life of Victoria, which proved to be one of the most enjoyable nights in the history of the branch. Mr. Chan dler described the haunts of the small est birds in the finch tribe to the larg est eagle. The lecturer related that some of the slides that were shown...
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
Personal. The engagement is announced of Mr. WinVm. J. Weatherston, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Weatherston of Moreland, to Miss Gertrude L. Ritchie of Hothamn Street St. Kilda. On Saturday night n?xt., May 2nd, in Salvation Army Hall. Albert st.. at S o'clock, a public wedding will be conducted by Colonel W. Hoskin. the party to be married being 3Mr. A. BIes wick, of Blair street, and Miss lMay Lughlan, I[ar" st., Brupswick. Bandmaster J. I-. Rundle, of the local Salvation Army hand, hls just been farewelled for a visit to 1ngmland to the Salvation Army Great i50 Years Jubilee, to which a great number of people from every countr~ y will he visiting 1London. Mr. Willia?n Murray lowered the Australian record for the Ten-mile Walking Championship last Saturdan by dbing the distance in 1 hour 21 min. 32 2-5th sees. Mr. Murray is the managing clerk for Cr. F. T. Fiick ford, 3I.A.,. in whose emuploynment he has been since 1896. Moroland State School. Coburg A.N.A. nare to have a lec tur...
A SILVER WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
A SILVER WEDDING Last Saturday evening, at. the Bark ly Hotel, Barkly street, West, Bruns wick, a social evening was tendered to Mr. Peter Wallace and Mrs. Wallace, by their friends, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their marriage. The guests, who numbered upwards of one hundred, arrived about 8 p.m., and were received by Mrs. Wallace. her husband, and 22 nieces and nephews. Dancing and harmony were carried on until 12 o'clock, when' supper was an nounced, presided over by Mr. G. Far row, who proposed the health of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace. The toast was re sponded to by Mr Wallace, who thank cd those present. Presentations, as follows, were made -By the nieces and nephews, silver cake basket and hot water jug: and 32 other presents that were left. at their home in Glenlvon road, where numer ous friends had assembled previously. A very enjoyable evening was spent, and the proceedings terminated by singing Auld Lang Syne. Amoig those who sang were Miss E. O'tcilly, Miss E. Caven. Mr....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
Professional Column. Miss Ete 'rowne, SOPRANO VOCAUST. Teacher of Music, Singing, and Voice Production .. 144 Blyth Street, Brunswick. Voice Culture & Poduction, Careful & Thorough Tuition. Terms Moderate. V. Poweli, 81 Albion St., West Brunswick Miss Beatrice ,Hallam TEACHER OF SINGING and VOICE PRODUCTION. UPIL of Miss Edith !Littiewood and of Madame Emery Gould. TERMS MODERATE. S "Waverley," 30 Mayfield Street, COBURG. MISS M. S. PARKHURST, D.M.S.V. A.LC.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 Schulte L,T.C.L. Teacher of Pianoforte and Theory. Pupils prepared for Examinations. 'Phone: Brunswick, 332. 131 THE GROVE, COBURG. Mr. W. Graham Weir EXPERT PROFESSOR of VOICE CUL...
Shop Assistants' Union. A BRUNSWICK BRANCH FORMED [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
Shop Assistants' Union A BRUNSWICK BRANCH FORMED A meeting was held during the week at the Mechanics' Institute, for the purpose of formimng a branch of tihe shop Assistants' Union at Brunsuick. The president (Mr. W. T. ilarke) oc cupied the chair. There was a small attendance. Mr. P. J. Lougllnan (organiser) moved That in the interests of the shop assistants of Brunswick it is desirable that a branch should be established in the city. Mr. G. W. Anderson (organiser) so conded the motion. He said it was disgraceful th?it the shops of Mel bourne were kept open after 9 p.m. on the-late night. The 9 o'clock pro vision,:;was: in vogue in other States and in?Balla??rat; and the union was fighting for its estiablishment, here. The union was also fighting for the proper recognaition of female work. (Hear, hear.) Through the medium of wages boards, the shop assistants had greatly benefited. In the boot sales, the wage had increased by about 15s. per week; in drapery, 15s. per week; men's clo...
COBURG HARRIERS RUN A PRELIMINARY. OWEN WINS 2 MILE RUN HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
COBPRG HARJT RIERS RUN A PRlE LIMINARPY. OWlEN WINS 2 TMILE R1UN-E T OME: Memlbers or the Thoovaebdni hekd their second preliminnary run from the nLake Hall,l Sydney .road. North Co burg,: on" S-turda. last. There were soer-la visitors p resent, including re prescrintati~is: fronm Melbourne. Ca rl tonu Clifton and Nolrthcote. and Caul field: Thllvy Ho:0 _.R. :O:. Allen (Melb.) led the pack over'si i:.niles of good country at a" :friediiina pace? A two-mile run home :i;ns.idiilnded in by some of the lmore fiee?y :ones present., ending in Owen (Tallvy. .Ho) arriving home in flonur. A-ll imembers aro requested to turn up i:a)d take part. in the combinied &lt;ipening run at. Brighton Beach on Sa tiurday next. Train at 2.30 p.m., Flin ders st.reet.. 'Members also notified that the Carl ton ground has been secured and is now available for. training oln Tuesday and Thilrsday evenings. Com:e along and take fill advantage of same.
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
General News. H-enry Grossock (otherwise known as For(~). tramway evployee. who was drowned at Sr. iKilda in the boating fatality on Good Friday, was buried in the Coburg Cemetery on Tuesday last. the 21st. inst. The funeral was attended hv over 250 persons, mostly tramway emn ployes. Chief Inspector Denhamn was present.. The Rev. B3en. son Barnett performed the, burial cere moon-. It was a sad affair and lthe fnlnerail was a very imlpressive one. (We :are sorry this paral'graph, as well as a few othier itemis appeariing this week. were accidently held over from aInst issue.) Mr. Rolbert. Smith. of the Austr;al billiard saloon. No. 711 Sydney road,. iBrlunswick, is applying to transfer his billiard tablle lic(ense to HenrylV Smith, of Breese st.. Brunswick. (Held over.) Cri. Cash, lat the- unaniimous wish of the councillors, presided at the last Coburg Conneil meeting, owing to the abtsence of the Mayor (Cr. Richards), who was attending a wedding. He is very electrlic at getting thr...
THE HARRIERS. BRUNSWICK CLUB RUNS A 5½ MILES PRELIMINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
THE HARRIERS. .... r -- -"--- BRTUNSWICK CLUB RUNS. A 51 iTLES PR.ELuMIN , RY i::Biiisv;ick Harriers combined with Cirlton spent a. very enjoyable outing on Sat.tinday aInst. April 2:_th. starting fromditihe West Brunswick otel and rniming cross-connt·ry about 5 umiles. This course taken was through Royal Parik gates to Tihe Aven.ue. thence ar ound Royal Park to Mloone Ponds Racecourse. The creek h in.lc ahnost in flood, a, good deal of enjoyment was experienlced by whip and rear-.n'ard stragglers in watching sliding, etc.. finishing at our s~tarting "point. MIeinbers are requested to catch tlh 2.20 pnp. tnrain on Saturday. tMay 2nd inSt.; for 13Brighton Benach. with corrct, unifoim. Any member desiring social tickets can have same from A. E. In gleman or Albert G. lBrown (hon. see retari).
The Opening up of West Brunswick [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
i runtuei ci alnb Cobutr 'It abcr. PUBLISHED ON FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1914 The Opening up of West Brunswick Considerable attention has been paid to the leading article in the ''"Leader" of our last issue. and we have been re quested to re-publisb the article. Space will not permit us to re-print the whole, but a lportion of the article so favora:bly commented on is herewith appended. Cr-. Fleming is the strong est. opponent. of the extension of Daly street : "The problems confronting nations and large aggregations confront in a minor degree every municipality of V\ictoria. The first essenitial of local government is. the construction and mnaintenance of roads. The early term, Road Boards, quite appropriately de scribed the early municipal councils of Victoria. .It should be the policy of every council ,S see that no portion of its municipal area is isolated. and the Brunswick Council should emlphatic:al ly determine that West IBrunswick should not be cut off like a- ne'er d...
COMMONWEALTH ASSN. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
COUMM[ONWFlA LTH ASSN. St. Augustine'Ps v. Field Engineers. -,aints cammnened he season by putting up a fine score nt Saintd g!round!. Royal Park. hopie'ssly out 1:,sinu thei ir oppolnlnts. T'he scores vre---.:i,:ts. 19.2:3, En,_ineer.- .!.1. Drinlkwle::ir played tihe best nganme on a. laine .5 gd. ., Anirews -i, \iill.r- , Pi rcival and I'-. 2. - (for-d ,id 31~eTnn 1. :ints m neet Nth. I,dlh. Distriut on 13P roelni's ground next S:iat.
RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
I RIFLE NOTES. :The eight and final aggregate shoot of thle Coburg Rifle Club was fired on Saiturday last., the conditions being 10 ,hots at. 300 yds.. and the leading scores were:-A Section: Nicholls. -1 F(4); Ford, 47 (2-) J. Grceii. 47 (51: B Section: F. Grainger. 50 (5): T. Greig, 49; D. McDiarimid. 46: A. 3Mc Askil, 44. The Club Chamipionship was won by IT. C. Swan, with 659 points. Jf. W. Phillips being runner-up with 6.57. Third and fourth places were fill .ed by D. A. McAskil . 614. and G. M Ford, 644. respectively. The Handi cap Aggregate in A Section was won by T. R. Coneleton, 299 pts: Ford. 295. and Phillius. 294. 2nd and 3rd. B Section: Graiiger. 300: Webster. 291: Howe, 291. A team from 1Malvern vi.ii td Co burg, and afteri an ecitinl match iwere defeated by ( ]?oints. Best for -winners were: Ford 45,. Grainrgr 415. Nicholls 44.
SHIPWRECKED MAZDA LAMPS AND THE SEQUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
SHIPWRECKED MAZDA LAMPS AND THE SEQUEL. The "Electrical Times," reported, when the "Oceana" foundered some time back, that a number of cases of Mazda lamps, consigned to Bombay Town Hall, went to the bottom. The report concluded by saying that. "dredging operations are proceeding, and we have not the slightest doubt, that in the eventof one of the boxes coming up, its contents would be found in tact." The sequel to this (vide the "Elec trical Times" six months later) is in teresting: In a paragraph headed, "A prophecy justified," they state that of 100 Mazda lamps recovered, only 4 per cent. were in any way damaged-the remaining 95 per cent. being in perfect condition. This is yet another proof that Mazdas are mechanically strong, and will withstand rough usage.
A CORRECTION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
A CORRECTION. To the Editor. Sir,--ln your issue of the 17th inst. a slight error occuiled (xcoernin, the sole of a piece of land inll Sydney road. The 20 feet. of land mentioned was Fold by me to Mr. J. Gartlan, late of Warrnamnhool. who intitends immediate I" cre ing an up-to-date painter and dcor'ator's establishment. Tiw price mentitoned in your paragraph is to" re.? .-Y ours etc., MEL[OSE MAILER.
Brunswick City Council. TUESDAY, APRIL 28. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
Brunswick City Council. &nbsp; TUESDAY, APRIL 28. &nbsp; Present: The Mayor (Cr. Millward) chairman, Crs. Allard, Waxman. Jew- ell, M.P., Johnson, Hickford, Flem- ing, Balfe and Phillips. Correspondence. From Town Clerk, re electric cur- rent and interview with Electric Light Committee, and asking for information re rates and when current available. -Referred to P.W. Committee From Town Clerk Port Melb., ask- ing that rating of Gas Co. and Tram- way Co.'s lines, be reconsidered by municipal conference proposed, and in- viting council to appoint 2 represen- tatives. Mayor and Cr. Johnson to attend. From R. South, re bad footway in Garnet street, and asking for ashes. Request complied with. From same, re light in Garnet st. Referred to Electric Light Committee. From D. J. Flude, re bad state of Garnet street. Ashes to be given. From E. M. Cowly, re a Novelty Night in aid of St. Kilda boating fatal- ity. Town Hall granted free of cost. From B. H. Boase re tarpaving Evan...
Condemned Buildings. OWNER REQUESTS TIME TO REPAIR SAME. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
Condemned Buildings. OWNER REQUESTS TIME TO RE- PAIR SAME. At the last Brunswick Council meet- ing the Health Officer (Dr. Pestell) re- ported on the buildings known as Frith Terrace, in Frith street. They had been under surveillance for some years, and were in a deplorable con- dition and not fit for habitation. The floors were rotten and the mould was half-way up the walls. They were ir- reparable and should be condemned. The owner (Mr. A. J. Scott) wrote &nbsp; that the Health Officer had notified hin, that he intended to repair them shortly, and hoped the Council would not condemn them, as the loss of rental would be a serious matter to him. He stated he had repaired the premises some time ago in consequence of a warning from the Inspector, at a cost of £7 10s., but had found out that the work was not properly per- formed. The Health Committee re- commended their condemnation. Cr. Phillips said the owner was an old man over 80 years of age, and had waited on him, and app...
GOVERNMENT OF THE UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA. Province of the Orange Free State. NOTICE UNDER ARTICLE 6, CHAPTER 112 OF THE LAW BOOK. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 1 May 1914
GOVJERNMIENT OF THE UNION OF 'SOU TH: A 1"R CA. Province of the Ortane Free Siate. NOTI('E Ii NDER AR 1T(1 6, CHAPTI R Il. OF T'IE IAW" BOOK. APPLICATION FOR A P.V'I,'NT, for "Inipiroved Int iru:io t fol r Remov ing the I Iides or" Skies fromll Ca,''xas's of Cnttl.o .heip and other Animals." Be it hereby niide known for gen eral info,,mation th~at 1IARITY 310?SS ASI'ITON ot ShnfltIhury ,-treet, Co iburg. in the . tate ,f V\ictoria. Coin nonweilt of Australia. bhv n iupatioi 1ic-1. deposited at my office an appli I'v'iiei ont tl~·lii~ 1th I~.cccix oi l \I ii :i. cntion for I Patent li_ Iht for the abone-mo ntion'ed invention, with ac cOpn.i:ying de-cri ption. Whereas cow the -aid HARRY \iOS- ASHTON. through his .\ent. Mr. 1. C. G. Kliipfrtath, ,f Bloem font in, has n given me ritten notice thli te de ir'es to proceed xwith his uip plication. I ihaive decidled tihat this p pliention and all objections thereto will he dealt, with at my oftice on the 30 h day oft Jiie. 191 1 at ten o'lc...