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Sons of Temperance. BRUNSWICK DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
Sons of Temperance. BRUNSWICK DIVISION. A very good meeting of the above was held on Tuesday, Bro. Borcham, W .P., in the chair. The Juniors hav ing been invited to be entertained by the Seniors, the room presented an animated appearance, there being a very good muster of tae former. Visi tors were also present from the Carl ton Division. A hearty vote of thanks was passed to visitors, responded to by Sister Hammond, W.P.S. Repor'ts were received ire Juniors, and also the Dispensary. A conference to nrrange a cricket competition was agreed to, Bro. Borcha-m, W.P., to be tile dele gate. Two eandicdates wee Proposed. An invitation to Carlton Division on May 14 was accepted. The Division thetn adjourned to entertain the Jun iors with v-arious amusements and re freshmcnts. Sister I. Taylor was pre sented by Bro. Appleby as M.W.P. witlh a jlly dish on behalf of the Jun ior section, as a mark of appreciation for making their regalia. JLINTOR SONS OF TEMPERANCE. Star of Brunswick section h...
COBURG BRANCH P.A.F.S. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
C'Ol3L-RG I313-:ý1CIFI P._1.F. . A maeting of the branch was held at the Dispensary flalL. (C'obuirg. on 2Monday night There was a large nat tendiance, one new nImeICr admllitted. antd several others proposed. A sue iiiful socia1 evning was held. items l rin contributed by Miss M. Need. It s Tirner, 'Mr. R. Bomee and 31r. POlett. Presentations, in tIme shapi of welding gifts. were made to Arom liatcitelor and l3ekwitih. A vote of " ý ' .. -- ,.1 .1,,ý ar; ic.t' an d
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. COBURG BRANCH. A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. CorBGt BRR\ Nti \i.\ . The i1u:i tgof the shor e b an c'1. ti Comin cii Chao h.-'- J. HInnlond .,N.. ` I' f 0 r1 ) etit s and a lot" tio t e", `atiou iiotn 111-. C Jack son t':'= it eo llii' Fiton branch). Ol~iý 1i1,iioafront Dr. Lomwe re add I'i-,O \ot''r T1'rrite)rv which is t olo hi..I e n,'I,. 'lh}rc' now momi wer orre wvelcom:ed and three nowina tions received. Messrs. G. Orchard and G. Hallam. Mr. T. Nicholls mIov ed for helping Bendigo mine disaster and that a. letter of condolence be cent to Mayor of Bendigo and cheque f0r £ 2s. Mr. G. Monks secondled. 0 r. G. Kemnmis gave an interesting and instructive lecture on Railway Siitinalling, 11 alf-t early night will be held on IMay 21st (elections. Metropolitan Coinmnittee visit, presentation of ex president's certificate). -0 - liii Cohort; A.N.A. aiid A.W.A. held a highly'- successful cuchre party and dance in the Town 1-Hall. Cohur". on the 7th, over tit0 couples taint's piart in a most en ioivale evening. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
-OTND SILVER MEDAL with gold .plate shield, T. G. Owner can have same on application to A. Bye, jeweller. -Srdney Road- Advertising expenses 2 6, MMONEY! INMONEY! Cheap Money for the Small Borrower. To any Householder, Lowest Possible Interest Wage-earner or Married £3 £5 £10 Repayments to Suit Lady. and upwards. Wages. There is no further need to spend your good cash going to Melbourne, not only to arrange loan, but each time when making repayments. °L PAT O THE PRIVATE FINANCIER, 42 Barkly Street East Brunswick (Opposite Brunswick Pottery and Tile Co. and One Minute -from Sydney Road) Will Save you all that. he being right on the spot. Should you require a loan, you are guaranteedt an absolutely Private Loan from a Private Lender at his Private House. Agent for nobody, lends my own cash. Home 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. each evening. SGood News for Brunswick Clothes Buyers! Phil Harrison (The Easily Paid Tailor) Opens a Branch In Sydney Road TO DAY (FRIDAY- MAY 15) ENTRALLY situated, next to...
Correspondence. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
Correspondence. To the-Editor. Sir,-I amn induced. remembering the recent absurd and groundless charges levelled by Councillor Fleming and other would-be councillors, at Pro gress (so-called) Societies, to belittle the action of -former Council proceed ings-ceven to insinuating frauds on their part. Municipal enterprise, far from beIing excessive, is at a standstill. Wlhit might be done now in neglected West 3Briunswick to benefit the whole City Any one attending the seceitf mieetngs . a - the- Burauns-i\ Pa:.; k;a. u eri thousands attended - only last two Saturdays, must admiit the neces sity of at once enlarging this Park, while there is time. either by the pub lic or privately purchasing; the ground must be extended, or what has been done is almost useless. Our Park should extend to Pearson street west and to Hope street north. Perhaps the "'licta" of the Hon. the Minister of Public Works last week will stir up councillors and the rate payelrs to attain this desirable end for the...
North Suburban Association Premiership. Presentation to Mr. Walter Moulton [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
North Suburban Association Premiership. Presentation to Mr. Walter Moulton The Barkly Hall was tastefully le corated on Tuesda eveniing aInst, in hlonor of a- function tendered to MIr. Walter J. Moulton. President of the Brunswickl Junior Cricket Club. An orchestra, under the baton of Mr. Jan s,: discoursed excellent music dur ing` lie evening, and .the s _cupper e s d d i i callxed /iporn the vice-captain (Mir. F. McLeasu to make a presentation of an enlarged group of photos., comprising officers, committee and players, to Mfr. Moulton. Mr. McLean referred to the many positions Mr. Moulniton held in the sporting world. notably Vice-presi dent of Brunswick Football Club, de legate to the \T.F.A., representative on the conferences between the League and Association, president of the Brunswick City C.C., and best, but not least, president of the Brunswick Junior C.C. (who succeeded in winning the premiership of the North Sub -urban Cricket Association, and sus tained a single defeat o...
BRUNSWICK STEAM ROLLER. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
BRUNSWICK STEAM ROLLER. The roller has given a power of bother, and apparently will give more. The majority of the councillors are in favor of getting an Australian one. but the. worst of it is that the tender ers know this, and as very few of them are in a position to supply one they propose to make the council 'pay" for it. Each of the councillors in his turn tackled the subnhject and joinied in the debate, but the majority came back to the point wxhere the ldebate start ed from. i.e.. an Auiistralian roller. There is such a thing as a price for a man. as well ias a roller. andi each can he secured, so the wise heads say. it you only go high enough. This max or may not be. but tlhere is no etting away from the fact that the t ntherls are endeavoring to "rnise thle spiel' and make council pay the maximiuim price. It is easyt- to lead I horse or a man or a body of men. provided you go the right way abhoutit it hut it is hard to force a thing on him or then against his or their wills...
ST. PAUL'S "MAY FAIR." SUCCESSFUL OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
ST. PAUL'S "MAY FAIR." SUCCESSFUL OPENING. The-May Fair arranged by the miem bers of St. Paul's Church. Coburg, was opened on Monday evening last hby His Worship the Lord Mayor of Mel bournie (Cr. D. V. Hennessy). Mr. T. Tlucker occupied the chair. Among those present were the Mayor and Mavoress. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson. Mrs. T. O'L. Reynolds and MIr. Ed ward Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. T1'. Rey nolds. Mr. and Mrs. Tobin. Mr. Kil Icen. Mr. and Mrs. Flint. The chairman read a number of ap lb gies for absence, after which he brief ly introduced the Lord Mayor, express ing the hope that His Worship would be honored with a third term of office. The Lord Mayor said that to public men some functions were congenial, some were not; but there was no func tion which it gave him greater pleas ure to attend and open than the pre sent one. He regretted that the Lady Mayoress was unable to be present.. He was glad to see Father Hayes there. It was over thirty years since hlie had first met Father Hayes...
Sunday School Anniversary GLENLYON ROAD CHURCH OF CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
Sunday School Anniversary -----4--- -- GLENLYON ROAD CHURCH OF CHRIST. Tit.t Church of Christ Lord's-dat School of Glenl-on ronid held their aRn niversarv in the local Town Hall on Sunday and Monday. 10th and 11th May. Galleries were erected for the children, twho sang special anniv-ersatry songs to crowded audiences. Special music was rendered by dir. Brent nall's orchestra, and naiturally hbee I to the success of the gatherings and his done so for a number of years past gratuitously. Mir. F. 3. Ludnbrook addressed the scholars aud friends in the aftcrnnoon on a subject of great interest. With twelve-foot board and an cigine that puffed talong to demonstrate that it could go up-lhill with the applieation of a very small light, he quickily capti vated their attention. After showing that a little tin engine frtomn a pirize packet could go down-hill.. hlie said so could "any old thing go doiwn-hill," but it tool: a spark of the "love of God in a boy's heart to go up-hill" He grave thr...
Brunswick Police Court. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
Brunswick Police Court. WEDNESDAY. lAY 13. Before Messrs. Downs (chairman), Allard and Fleming. Driving on Wrong Side. Joseph Hince was charged with driv ing a. vehicle on the wrong side of Sydney road. Brunswick, on the 11th April last. He pleaded not guilty. Case dismissed. Negligent Cycle Driving. Leslie Collins was charged with hav ing on the 4th .April last negligently driven a cycle and injured a young lads naredh Giladys Buck.- - Evidence `n as; givyin that: deferidaixt ip eared -to ý', = ra+ ing ahot~ti~i;ir eyeliis i ud -ran into `.t man's: shop. Both :these eases arose out of the same collision arid the evi dence was very coniflicting, each deny ing the other's version. The Bench dismissed the case.
Moreland State School, No. 2837. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
Moreland State School, No. 2837. T1lte committee of the above school announce that they will hold another of their popular social evenings at tio Infant School, Do Carle street. on bSa bturday evening next, 16th inst.. to which all parents and friends are cor dially invited. Th'I'lese socials, which are held fort nightly throughout the season, are well attended by the local people, who are interested in the welfare of the school, because apart from their good purpose, a splendid evoning's enjoy Committee provide supper for all. a.:d dancing. int.orspersed with songs, is indulged in to the accomnptnimenut of first-class ruusic and floor. Invitation cards may be had from the School Committee, or from the correspondent. Mr. L. Evans, 1S Blair street, Morelaand.
The Lord Mayor of Melbourne ATTENDS BRUNSWICK CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
The Lord Mayor of Melbourne ATTENDS BRUNSWICK CITY COUNCIL. The Lord Mayor of Melbourne (Cr. D. V. Hennessy) paid a flying visit to the Brunswick Council on last Monday evening and was accorded a hearty re ception. The councillors adjourned to the Mayor's room, where refreshments were providedl and everyone present was invited by the Mayor to attend and honor the occasion. The Mayor, in introducing the visi tor, congratulated him in being a gen uine sticker to Brunswick and an ac tive upholder of its claims, and had spent many a good time here with. niihny of .' " p'jtrese coilmcillorsA. hearty .rc option was always given to, him by the visitor whenever he visit ed him in the Melbourne Council, and he always facilitated there the busi ness of the Brunswick Council and its representatives. He and the Bruns wick citizens would he highly pleased to see the title "Sir" conferred on the isitor. as he richly deserved the dis tinction. The Mayor then invited all to charge their glasses and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
LAUGHTY For the famous AUGUST FOSTER PIANOS. ESTABLISHED 1885. Terms Arranged Organs, Violins, and other Musical Instruments, Phonographs, Records, Music, Etc., Etc. 400 Sydney Road, BRUNSWICK. , A BOON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. MARKS BROS, 3341-336 SYDNEY ROAD. (Near Methodist Church) And at 870 Sydney Road. Agent for Suttons. Tobacconists and Hairdressers. F. R. U1 E TT, FIRST-rASS IRD ESSER & TOBACCONIST. for Winter Hair Dressing and Shaving, call at this Up-to date Hygienic Saloon. CLEANLINESS, CIVILITY and ATTENTION guaranteed. Best brands Cigars, Cigar ettes and Tobaccoes always obtainable. A Trial Solicited. 5 2yey d Road. Eh , Merchant' &c. 320, 322, 330, 332 SYDNEY ROAD, BRUNSWICK. SHOr. MIOTELS, \I)ND HAWKERL S SUPPLIED. Ask for "OTRANTO " Cigars. Every Cigar branded "Otranto."-5 a 1 -. TAKE NO OTHERS. FRHE. mAiGBMSON F A ~fRGI The Leading Gash Dairy Produce Dealer and Ding Rooms. Afternoon Teas. Suppers a Speciality. Good Board & Resid...
Birthday Party. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
Birthday Party. Mr. and Mrs. L. Raplhlw, of "Me leta." Victoria strect. East Bruns wick. gave a birthday party on 23rd April last, in honor of their little daughter Mary. There were 54 little guests. who had a v-ery happy time, and little Mary was 1resplendent in white viola crepe de chine silk, with ribbons and sash to match. There wnas a room set. apart for dancing. decora ted beautifully in pink and white. Tea was served at. 6.30. Mr. Ferguson supplied the catering. The supper room was the joy of the little folks. It was hung in all nations' flags. The drawing room was open for all parlor gaines. Therte were some very hand some presents received. Some of the young guests included: Miss Try Bos warrick. Dolly Charlton, Masters Adio and Thleo. CrateMisses Nellie Glen, Bramnibie lMaise, Masters Fred. Horris and Arthur Ltinn, Misses Elsie and Alma S.tone, Masters Harry Beasoo, Jackie Maise. Miss Doris Dixon, Misses Bessie. Rosa and Malvena Cane; Masters Roy Beckwith, Ronald and Bobbi...
"PHIL" COMES TO BRUNSWICK. A WELL-KNOWN TAILOR AND HIS METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
"PHIL" COMES TO BRUNSWICK. A WELL-KNOWN TAILOR AND HIlS METHODS. The announcement in our advertis ing columns thaint Phil. Harrison anid Co.. the well-known City tailors. are about to hang up their sign in Syd ney road. next the Town Hall, will he welcome news to the many who know this firm. which for so many years has enjoyed a remarkable repu tation for hig value-giving, and fair. square dealing. and which has grown and prospered wonderfully. It is some 27 years ago thait the genial 'Phil.'" started business in Flinders street, Melbourne. Through these years many have come to know him, his tailoring, and his strictly straight methods. and can find plenti ful reasons for his present and ever incmasing success. *Phil.' for the last fifteen years has boa-sted a fineo establishment in Swan ston street. and has for several years also cateored for his friends in the sub urbs, with two well-equipped branches one in North Melbourne and the other in North Carlton. The fourth Phil. Harrison...
Brunswick Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
Brunswick Rifle Club. Cr. Balfe at the last council meet ing exhausted all his oratory and per. suasive powers to induce the council to accept £5 per year from the club for the next six years, in lieu of £10 per year now being paid; but he could not pre-vail on the majority to accept his view. Cr. Phillips was in svm pathy with the club, but thought the time was premature to attempt this. HeI said that if the club was in difti culties and came to the council for assistance, he would meet it in every reasonable way, as it was doing good work: and Cr. Waxman. concurred, and said a good light and every assis tance would be given. Cr. Hickford said the council would not give airay its assets at this juncture. At present it coiild-do niothling in 'the matter of recducing the liability; as th.e -stricLiv legal aspect had to be considered. Cr. Fleming ui-ged that the £60 liability of the club should he wiped out alto gether. The Lord Mayor of Melbourne thenou arrived. Silence prevailed for...
DANGEROUS BLASTING. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
DANGEROVS BLASTING. To the Editor. Sir,-On Tuesday afternoon. 12-d inst.. while passing up Alhbert street west, two heavy blasting shots were fired cl in the pits on the niortlh side of the road, about Ihalf-way between the railway c a tes and1 Pearson street. The second shot was singurlnlyl heavy. the loud report ea lsing the sparrows pigeons and other free birds to take winn in alarmn which the irst shil:. though unusuanlly noticeable. did net distur . A dozten or so irock fragc.nrts up to thle size of a cricket ball were shot ov-er th.- houses on the norith idle of ilite street. and dropped fron 1a con siderabe hl l;ilht on to thie nmain reell. Two large pieces fell within. six yards of where I Ttoh. l Ilie explosion c-. curred at 22 mineutes past fonur, while school chluidiken i were p from it,'e schools. and severan at the tiine wore in sight. r ire ithout preindice, and will hut add--"yerbin sat." etc. -Yours, etc., W1AY \ A.T Maty 13.
Broadmeadows Shire Council Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
Broadmeadows Shire Council Notes. Cr. McLean at. the aInst meeting of. the Broadmeandows Shire Council oh jectetd to cattle with chains on hbelong ing to residents of Glenroy wandtlering and grazing in the C'aiphellield rid ing. The Inspector is to keep a vigi lant eye on imjpound theni. Mr. F. T. Oliver also wrote. corn plaining of cattle wandering in Canip hellfield on Sundays. Mr. XX. C. Waters Wrote poining out the bad state of the reads. Coburg Reserve. lThe owners Imust :attenid to the matteri as the roades nare on pri vate property. The Council refused plermuission to MJ[r. T. L. Hrawkins to temporariily transfer his slaughtering license to his Sydney road premises. The Health Officer reported that the Essendon. Fawkner and Carpbhilfielfd sanitary depots were being well look ed after and kept in good order. He urged that efforts should be madle to kill all flies, and stated that if 100 'llouse flies" were washed in a pint of sterilised water 300,000 germs can ho found in the ...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
To thie Editor. Sir,-tAll the correspondence between thle worshippers of Le Thistle still leaves in doubt the iresult of the tar tan fight: and tihe general public wa nt to know at least two things: (1) Who is to be the Chliief of the claus ?-and who the S(riibe? (2) Why all English men. I sishinlcn and Wi elshmen amongst us can int:.t theii respective busi ness in peace. w hile our briother Scots still fight and won't leave tihe bed Hoping for an answer in .:our next is sue.-YouIr., etc., A CAN ADTI N S'COT.
Brunswick Finances. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914
Brunswick Finances. - - 4------ - To the Editor. Sir.-ITn last week's issue of the "'Leader"' the work of the Brunswick Council was well set out, and it is unfair that conilnents dletrimental to conucillors should be Ihurled by neuw comners at the councillors, cnaling them anything but honest menn. Why spould not. our council imeet during the day. and not wait till night to discuiss pub lic nmatters? The City Council of Mel hourne discuss their busincss in after noon time. Why not the Brunswick City Council ? In all Victoria. the Buln Biuln Shire, andl other country municipalities do their business in the day time-once a month. Then let us follow suit. and aftier Auust next re turn only new councillors who are wil ling to meet in the day-time.-Yoirs. etc. PIROGRESS.