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ASSOCIATION POSITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

ASSOCIATION POSITIONS. Club. W'. L. PIss. Sc. I'.c. Footscrav .. .. 4 0 16 16 100 Williamstown 4 0 16 16 100 North Mohlb. .. 3 1 16 12 75 Essendon .... 2 16 8 50 Port Melh. .. 2 2 16 8 50 Brunswick .. .. 2 2 16 8 50 Prahran .. .. 2 2 16, 8 50 lBrighton .... 1 3 16 4 25 Hawthorn .. .. 0 4 16 0 0 Northcote .. .. 0 4 16 0. 0

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRUNSWICK RIFLE CLUB. TRIP TO WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

- BRUNSWICK RIFLE CLUB. TRIP TO WARRAGUL.. A match was fired with the Warra ,nl Rifle Club on Eight. Hours' Day, at VWarragul. and resulted in a win for \Warargul by 26 points. The Bruns wick men were hospitably entertained and spent a most enjoyable trip. Tho following are the scores, 10 men aside. 10 shots at 500 and 600 yards: Brunswick. (500) (600) Ttl. G. Rice ....... .... 48 45 93 J. Lyle .. .. .. .. .. 48 45 93 J. Loheny .. .. .. .. 48 45 93 A. Rice .. .. .. .. .. 46 4.1 90 A. Johnston ... .... 47 43 90 .1. Young .. .... .. 39 416 85 T. Harper .. .... .. 47 38 85 I-. Mackey .. .. .. .. 41 38 82 A. Slater .... .... 42 40 82 G. Moran .. .. ... 38 43 81 Total ..... .. . .. ..874 Warragul. (500) (600) Ttl. H. Hamilton .... .. .49 46 95 C. Brooker .......... 45 47 9! E. W. Brooker ... .. .. 46 47 93 R. Rawson ........ ..49 44 93 .. Logan ........ .. 45 .15 90 F. Roberts .. ...... 415 44 89 S. B. Brookei .. .... 47 42 89 W. Hamilton... ..... 42 45 87 A. Hamilton .. .. .. 41 45 86 S...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHY DO THEY DO IT? [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

WHY DO THEY DO IT ? -----+t---- There are many strange facts about animals which no one has ever seem ed able to understand. A fly, for instance, will crawl to the top of a window-pane, fly back to the` bottom, and crawl up again. Hardly ever does it fly up and crawl down. Hens scratch for food always with the sun behind them, so that its rays will reflect on the tiny parti cles. Yet a blind hen. for whom this reason does not. hold, alwaye manages to get the sun behind her when she scratches. Cats hardly ever lie with their feet to the fire. In most cases they lie instead with their left side turned towards it. Dogs, however, in 'ar jably lie with their forepaws to the fire. A mouse overlooks a perfectly safe food supply to enjoy the peri lous pleasures of an unlimited store. You can easily become a snake charmer. Find a harmless little garter snake, keep him in a box in the house, visiting him and feeding him daily, and in about three months he will crawl to you for food when he se...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football. BRUNSWICK BEATS NORTHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

Football. BRUNSWICK BEATS \ORTIHCOTE. At Croxton Park, Northcote and Brunswick were engaged on Saturday, and, though the game was fairly even, and always desirably open in the first quarter, Brunswick were generally the superior side. At the close of the first term Brunswick had secured a lead, yet it was not so one sided as it look ed. The scores were Brunswick, - goals 7 behinds. Northcote. 2 goals 1 behind. In the second term Brunswick made their superiority felt beyond all ques tion. There was this distinctive differ ence between the two teams that whenever Brunswick pressed a charge home they almost inlvariably succeeded in getting a goal or a behind from it; while Northcote came within range time after time. and had nothing to show for it. Their forwards were the weak point in their organisatnion. and quite failed to take advantage of an opportunity when the ball came to thenm. At the end of the second quar ter the visitors led bv .30 points. and of course it placed their game...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bigamy Alleged. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

Bigamy Alleged. CGeorg- Clonnt t'eWo!k was charged ats thsl Brun-in'ik C 'ou?t on \edines dant, before , es ?.S J. C. iDo, n s, J. Allard. and ,T. tV. Fleming:, J.P.'s. with i haina- ,uilatf-ili 'one through lia t' ,r,:t'untn ,f nIi.trr'1?a e with 'May Isabol tales his wife, .,ane ,aletsta Rult X\ tills bing then alive. Silb-intspector Nthblce appeared to prosct'ut,' ant'i r. T 11 . HoIart for the . .,fenco. .Taue aletta 1uih WeltIls said that the it t'ucd i a.s hi,r iuband. Her 1'i, dol nout, was lohhs. She was tmarri2'e to mused aon Marchlt 8, 195 . hy the elv. John (Gren. at her mo ther's house in VWist Melhourne. She producoed her marriage lines. She saw the accusted sit?tl the c'tertificatet nl tihe l etll of( Ge rg,, C ( -nlt'l ' -el . Aftert the imarri- age they lisd tbLesther in various. place. aroumtl M>,luheir", for thrtie y lears. They wt' r li in, at an hotel in Port M'lielorn ti, ant th it - tcus?i l ohjectted to tilhe liense, of ,i hotel, a tlal llamedt l Pan e I't ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIGHT WITH AN OCTOPUS. DIVER GRIPPED BY A DEVILFISH. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

FIGHT WITH AN OCTOPUS. DIVER GRIPPED BY A DEVIL FISH. An amazing story which might have come from the pen of Jules Verne is reported from Toulon, where a divel has had a fight, which nearly proved fatal, with a giant octopus. While Diver Ledu was under water in the floating dock of the arsenal he suddenly saw the approach of a ma rine monster. In a moment its long tentacles were wound about him, but not before he managed to give the signal to be raised to the sur face. He was lifted on to a float unconscious, and the tentacles of the octopus had to be cut from the man's body, the monster refusing to abandon its prey, When measured, the creature's ten tacles were found to be thirty-three feet long. Describing the adventure, Ledu said : I went down without my dagger because I felt safe in the floating dock. I had been under water fif teen minutes when I noticed an un usual movement, and saw with hor ror that I had to deal with a giant devil-fish. It immediately closed upon me. In a mo...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Coburg Town Council. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

Coburg Town Council. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6. Present: Tlh Mayor (Cr. Richards), Crs. Cash, Campheit. Anderson, Hack ett. Kearne, Davis and McAlpine. Correspondence. Mrs V. Thompson or 13 Cant ero1n street, Moreland, irtof compa!in ing' ahbout the flood wnat r. aibolt her premises, and requiring council to re medyl same. -- Rheceiv,'il. TFh ( rown Iaw DI)partmint rote notifying clllncil that t.h( depositions in MIr. Kelly's case (-i<1l he inspected at any tinime. Dr. Dyrin g reported that ('obhurg's population was 1 .7-t0. including .37. Pent ridge inmates; 1(1") deaths Iswere . reported-- 8 ilue to tui,erculosis out of 22 reported cases ; 104 cases of diph therit were relp rt,'d. r sulnting in fourn deaths; . cases of typhoid fev~-r were reported. There were 292 births in the year. About £2000 has been spent in forming and channelling streets during the past 12 nionths. The ('oburg ?an d rote requiringt.. assistance from the Counil.- ecei ed. Health ('onmit...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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THE FIRST RESTAURANT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

; i'HE FIRST RESTAURANT. A Paris journalist 'searching some old records has made an amusing discovery. The first restaurant is quite a modern invention. It was founded by an inn-keeper named Bou langer during the last ycars of the reign of Louis XV. Before there were any restaurants, places, that is, where one could or der meals a la carte, travellers were obliged to feed at the ca'aret. where the customer brought his own food, which was cooked for a fee, and the landlord supplied the wine. There was also the " traiteur," which was the forerunner of the Swiss table d'hote. There, until 1772, meals were served at stated times to a fixed number of people, who, as the old chronicler writes, "were forced to eat according to the land lord's taste, whether they would be pleased or not, or else go hungry." After the table .d'hote, one or two ~ngenious souls started- tables for six and twelve guests, serving dif ferent bills of fare at the different tables, and then, a few years later, the ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Coburg Pictures. COBURG PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

Coburg Pictures. COBURG PICTURES. The program of pictures secured for next Saturday evening, May 9th, pro mises to be specially good. >Two very fine .dramas, one a star Sehg produc tion, The Bridge of Shadows, and the other a special Western drama, en titled The Vortex, will be. shown, in cluded in the usual number of other subjects. On Monday night, May 11th, that unrivalled racing drama, Kissing Cup, will be 'screened. The Hepwort.h Co. produced this film, and it. is right in the front rank of racing piotures.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

Auctioneers and Estate Agents. ROBERTS, STANLEY & 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, Mbreland and Coburg, from £250. Small Deposit. Rent Terms. PHONE BRUNSWICK 46. CONSULT -THE LEADING Auctioneer and Property Salesmen NEW AND COMMODIOUS PREMISES, SYDNEY ROAD, Corner of Blyth Street. ESTABLISHED 16 YEARS. OUR SPECIALTY ,Auctw. n Si.s o, Foperty and Subdivision of La ci, : "our - Aou. ilner, Mr. THOS. E. CRISP, who has had 25 `ears' 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 Mabaged. Insurances of Fire, Plate Glass, Accident, Employers' Liability, Motor Cars, &c. effected. R...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Penal Association Gathering. SUCCESSFUL SOCIAL EVENING. PRESENTATION NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

Penal Association Gathering. SUCCESSFUL SOCIAL EVENING. PRESENTATION NIGHT. The. Penal Association held a well attended social evening on Tuevsday evening, t.he 5th inst.. at the Coburg Towin l nll, at which a large number of our leading local people were pre sent, when the prizes won at the -as ter sports weeting were pres?lented. The arrangements were in the capable hands of Mr. A. Collie. tihe secretary, and lhe is entitled to iunstinted piraise for tihe admirable manner in which holie carried them out. There was no 'ull or hitch in the proceed lings, and we mutst, congraintate ir. Collie en n's managerial capacity. Mr. .las. Bradley. the newly appoin-i ted (overnor of the Sale Gaol. pre sided. Amongst those preselt we noticied the Mayor of Coburg (M)r. J.. FH. Ricjeh ards), tie Rev. Mr. Lloyd. Mr Potor Kelly.. aMr. nd Mrs. Jas. Quirk. Mr. Touhill, Mr. Denian, Mrs. 1). Mul cahliy (Moreland Hotel), M1i. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Crump. M.lr. and M1s. Daly. Mr. Henderson (Governor Fe ima...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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MR. T. P. O'CONNOR'S MAXIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

MR. T. P. O'CONNOR'S MAXIMS. I have been in: some negotiations, but that is another story; and the time is not yet ripe for saying any thing of them or of my own small and modest share in them. But I may be permitted to wind up this article with a few mottoes which my experience has taught me as useful to all negotiators: 1. Never lose your temper. 2. Never lose patience. 3. Most of men's differences turn ultimately on misunderstanding ; on words: and on temper or tempera ment ; therefore (a) Keep on discussing as long as you can. (b) Get to the root of the differ ence and exhaust every possibility. ol finding a formula. (c) Forget yourself. Take no thought of your personal pride or dignity, or humiliations, or disap pointments. It is these things that help towards the personal collisions which create political difference on the part of others, and it is your business to compose these personal susceptibilities by having none o: is a factor in your negotiations tc your own. (d) Never...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Scene Among Councillors AT THE COBURG COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

Scene Among Councillors AT THE COBURG COUNCIL. .At ,the meeting of the Coburg Coun cil on the 6th inst. Cr. Davis said he had noticed in. an evening paper a paragraph stating that the council had passed ai resolution fixing the route of the proposed tramway throllih West Coburg, and it was sta ted that the line would pass through Brown Hill Estate, and that a salo would be hold there. 'l'haf was eun tirely untrue. The resolution passed by tihe council was only affirming the advisahility i of. having the train pams through W est. Coburg and W. Brunus wick. No route had been fixed. He had been informed that a councillor Ihd gone to the newspaper, and had the adverttisement inserted. It was almost ciiininal- Cr. McAlpine: Who is the council or? Cr. Davis: Well. according to 1my infor'mant it was you. Did you do it ? (Cr. ilcAlpine: I am not here to an sw-er iuestions.. (Oh! ohl !) Cr. Davis moved: That the council protests against the statement in the 'Horald' that a certain route had ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Pea Rifle Nuisance. COBURG LADY SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

Pea Rifle Nuisance. COBURG LADY SHOT. Another illustration of the great danger attending the careless and pro miscuous use of pea rifles was afforded on Saturday afternoon, when a young lady resident of Coburtrg Miss Elsie Fraser, received a bullet wound in the leg. About. 41 p.m. Miss Fraser was walking along Nicholson street, when she felt a stinging pain in her leg, and she heard simultaneously the re port of a rifle discharge. Assistance was procured, and she was taken to the surgery of Dr. latten. and after wards to St. Vincent's Hospital. w here she was treated to a wound on the inside of the right leg close to the knee. At the hospital the bullet could not ibe located, and the injured limb will be put under the X rays. Constable Church made investiga t.ions into the circumstances, and as certained that several boys had been engaged in shooting at. a hedge on the opposite side of Nicholson street. He interviewed the boys, who admitted that they had been discharging the rifle. ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Brunswick Scottish Society. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

Brunswick Scottish Society. To the Editor. Sir,-Thanks is due to you for so generously lending your columns to re pair the split that has opened up in the above society. As you are doubt less aware, these letters are being read by thousands of Scots, so I trust this letter may be tile means of healing up the sore and bitter feeling. that is aris ing in the above society, in accordance with the suggestions offered to ' the committee by your correspondi its, which I myself: agree with to a gitat extent, and particularly with the Lo-t ter of Fifty Strong. He evidently hits out very hard, without fear or favor, and his remarks, if true, will cert-tinly make the present committee very un popular; and that being so, it is very reasonable they should, if they are real and honorable Scots having the society's interests at heart, uncondi ally surrender themselves to the mem bers, and ask thait body to re-elect them again. That in itself should set tie the whole existing trouble once and for ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Smoke Concert and Dinner BRUNSWICK FOOTBALL CLUB. TRIP TO ADELAIDE INTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

Smoke Concert and .Dinner BRUNSWICK FOOTBALL CLUB. TRIP TO ADELAIDE INTENDED. The commit.tee of the Brunswick Football Club entertained the players at a dinner and smoke concert at. Passfield's on Wednesday evening last week. There was a splendid attend ance of players and a good night even tuated. MIr. J. Marks occupied the chair, in the unavoidable absence of the President, Mr. Frank Anstoy. Toasts were honored, inelhuding the Brunswick Football Club Conmmnittee, by Mr. L. Sullivan; Messrs. W. J. Moulton, W. Les. Bray and Harry Lamb responded. The Players, by Mr. Bray and Mr. Hart; and responded to by Mr. Henry Chase (captain) and Mr. Jack Stephenson. A good musical programme was given, itoems being rendered by Messrs. hIarry Pacnkman, Ifan. Mclintyro. 1. Hart. W. J. Moul ton. J. Dalton, L. Morton, Harry UInm. Mr. Les. Mitchell was at the piano. The players intend making a trip to Adelaide late in the season and will hold various functions to raise funds. Perfect harmony exists be...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

To the Editor. Sir,-I qmite agree with the writers, Common Sense and Fifty Strong. which appeared in your last two issues, that the committee of the above should at. once pass into oblivion, by tender ing their resignations as officers. for it is positive our society will not thrive under their management. When this has heen done, there is more hope that it will once again flourish as in the days of its birth. This society was founded 1by such men as Messrs. Ross. James Hamilton Gordon. Alexander Hiphourne. Dr. Young and others. then ably and successfully carried on with the Hon. J. Humne Cook as head. nnd Mfr. tMcIntosl as secretary. and up to within the last. few weeks was a happy and contented family. Now there is discontent looming up every where, and the prsentll crew are lmad ly steering our ship for the ,langerous rocks ahead. wiich of r-nrse means a split, in two. They are l?-ekini in abil ity. honor and shame a.! for the sake of greed for offirce adi :arr-ea honour for them...

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Prince's Park Croquet Club. MRS. FINDLAY WINS THE TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

Prince's Park Croquet Club. - --- +- -- - 3[RHS. FI"NDLAY WINS THE TOUR NAM31ENT. The Cr'oquet. C'lb attached to the Prince's Parik Bowling Club has finish ed .its tournament. Tho number of competitors was redeited to three - Mrs. \Westerton, Mrs. Wilson, and Mrs Findlay. Mrs. Findlay won against M[rs. W?estertotn. also her game against Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. Finullay prov'ed cS u perior and won the tournameont. Mrs. Findlay is a daughter of Mr. Alexan der Stuirroek, the esteemed President of the Prince's Park Bowling Club.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

To the Editor. Sir.--Permit me space to place he fore the Scots of Brunswick my and many other members' feelings towards the committee. At the last quarterly meeting, when the comnittee were there. why were they no t aked to hand in their retirement notices tllen. not afterwards. And I think it is a shame to ask such a thing, as there nre women on the colllliittee whoe worked their hest last year, and will do this year. I trust. AAs for the men they iwill do the best for the benefit of the soiety. Also referring to the stocking, they must. have been thin skin Scots to take such notice as they did.-Yours, etc. AY. LADDIE.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 8 May 1914

General News. *- -------- -- .In addlition to the persons named in our Inst. issue as being present. at- tihe opening of the new Pavilion School by the Premier on the 25th ult,., were Cr. and .lrs. Hlackett., 1Mr. Casli, 3Irs. Andlerson, 31r. Jukes, iMr. and Mrs. lasion, \1Ns. iotterel, Mrs. :\ustin. -Mr. and Mrs. Dele)y'. Mrs. Moore, MIr. and Mirs. Ev-: ns, _Mrs. Butler. i Mrs .I. 1H4un1e Coo(k, IMrs. Plant, .Mrs. Ta lo), \Cs. ll. Mrs. iEddyli, l Mrs Waite, I'4s. 31,lttefore. Mrs. 1)own e. Mrs,. Wallenel , lMrs. "Piton, 1. 1 .idukes, irs. CM ke, M t1rs. Phillips, Mrs. "Wat son, P Mrs. i t olis-Alerson, lMrs. Finlay. Misses 4te)ssr. lAndrews, MTorrison, Moog. Pa.-fiechl. Plant, Phillips, Fin 1i1. T,',lope (2).-?rs. 1 lain, Mirs. Pow. ell. Mrs. Aitken, le's. Lewis, Mrs. Shpnlson, 311'. Johlnston, hMrs. Tepper. Mrs. Lee, Mr.-. James, Mrs. Fell, Mr. :tnd Mrs. Deane, and Mr. and 'Mrs. King. Th,,, B3runswick and Coburg -Iorti cultural Society ,t ill hold tlheir next mothly neeting at the...

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