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Melbourne District Football Association. COBURG V. OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914

Melbourne District Football Association. COBRUG V. OAKLElGH. The match between Coburg and Oak leigh was played on the Cohurg grolllund on Saturday last. the weather being perfect. Tlhere was a fair attendance of spectators. The game was well con tested and Coburg camne out winners iby 33 points. Cohiurg were served best by C. Marsh. T. LeeI H. W\oolacott. 1-1. )lul cahy. T. Conno.e, . Gilbhert, J. Con nollv. L. Broom, F. Pridhani. a.ohirg are sorry to hlear of J. Hunt ington's illness anid lhote that le will soon recover. He has been playing withl Melbourne League. J. Connolly showed excellent foriu for hIis first game with Cobu rg; when ke has had a couple of lmore runs he will be a champion. T. Lee played excellent football for Cohiirg against Oaklceigh. He always picks out his man. H. Woolaeott reappeared andl has lost none of his old dash. F. Pridlhum played his first game with Cobuiirg. Hle will hie a great ad dition to thle team. le showeed first rate form. A great game is exp...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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The Drainage of East Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914

Baruneswicc ant Coburg 1eaber. PUBLISHED ON FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914 The Drainage of East Brunswick. The Brunswick Council is seriously grappling with many important pro blems, and is aiding to the great work it has in 'hand in developing the city. During the last few years this Council has done wonders, with the. limited funds at its disposal. More work has been done in Brunswick during the last ten years than in all the previous history of Brunswick. The Brunswick Council has sought in every way to arouse a true civic spirit. endleavoured to create a civic pride and to conso lidate effort in order that development he on truly progressive lines. Being imbued with a proper municipal intel lectual activity, it perhaps has launch ed out on a sea of many obligations, but its desire was to give greater con venience to the ratepayers and im prove the streets and byways- of the loc;litv. and we are certain that the ratepayers as a whole are satisfied with the councillors of Br...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick Scottish Society. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914

Brunswick Scottish Society. To-the Editor. Sir,-Will -you kindly allow me a small space in your popular paper to reply to a few of the reminarks of 'Ah, Landdie." who should have given you lhis proper nonm-de-phune as "John Bull," the country to which he be longs. He makes a very poor at tempt in slhieldiing his hrother conimunit teeien by appealing to the membnhers (and even goes so far as to say all the Scats of Brunswick) for sympathy to the severe criticism at the hands of litany c'i-iespondents in tle"e eel prans of bilts. le j!')-Ci i"h a ei·u a-: c. iS, coneeaum'te it c- ar v e'l-y course that is left .open to . hiim. hy:.placing the ladies: of his committee in the front rank to hold up their hands and ask for pity and sympath' from all Scots and members, as if these poor unfortunate crest-fallen ladies have not -been badgered and ridien led en oiiugh of late tlhrouglh these columns. And nas to the v-ice-president inmi dent, here lie has the impudence to tell us memerss that ...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914

Personal. There resides in Hamilton street. off Albion street west, 'Mr. Alfred John Scott, an old gentleman over eighty years of age. The grandfather of Mr. Scott was the Naval Secretary of Nel son, anld was killed at Trafalgar on the Victory (Nelson's flagship) imme dia'tely at the commencement of the engagement. and fell on the spot where Nelson succumbed to his in jnries. Mr. Scott himself 'was in the Admiralty and has many yan rns to tell naout old times. lThe Pr1incc's Park Croquet Club has decided to present the prizes won at the recenit tournament -to-0morrow (Sa tuirday) afternoon at the pavilion. The PresiIdent of the Prince's Park Bowl ine Club (Mr. Alexander Stiurrock) will make the presentations to the champion of the Crogqet Club (Mrs. Findlay) and the runner-up (Mrs. Wil son). EdIdie McG1oorty. tlhe crack Ameri can light-weight, hais arrived in lcl bourne from Siydneyi. for his contest with Jules Dubourg. on Saturday. AI av 28. HTe intends training at 3Ma'. fal's room...

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Coburg Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914

Coburg Pictures. Patrons of Lake Hall pictures will please note that Tuesday night is dis continued, and pictures will be screen ed in future on Monday and Saturday -ghts, with a complete change of pro gramme each evening. Included in the films chosen for Sa turday- next. May 16th. is a 3000 feet star drama. entitled Supreme Sacrifice. This picture, a creditable production of the Pyramid Co.'s, will please you. Monday next, May 18th, the star picture billed is entitled The Master Crook. It is a 13. and C. filmn of un usual interest.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick Tips. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914

Brunswick Tips. Cr. Fleming favors the Fitzroy gar hbage being tipped in Gray street. Cr. Jewell objected to it being tipped in East Brunswick. A councillor said if it was bad to tip in the east, it was bad to do so in the west. Cr. Balfe stated that if Brunswick refused to ac cept it a destructor would soon be erected, and he advocated the forma tion of Progress Associations in the East. Cr. Phillips opposed garbage be ing tipped here. Cr. Hickford said we wanted no foreign garbage heire; it was had for the East and West. If it was going to Gray street, it would have to pass through the heart of our city. Crs. Allard and Wamnian held similar views, but favored giving Fitz roy Council time to make arr-ange ments to tip elsewhere.

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MORELAND DISTRICT FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914

MORELAND DISTRICT FOOTBALL CLUB. Moreland District played Morning Stars on the former's ground, and won easily. Scores: 14.11 to 2.7. Goal kickers for Moreland Were: Peck 5. McLutchie 4, Ricketts 2, McQucen 2, Martin. Moreland District are to be remind ed that by playing to each other, in stead of spoiling each other's play, better results are given, and by this mistake matches are often lost. Those who played well were: Dud ley. Johnson. Howard. Leyden. Peck, McLutchie, McQueen. Ricketts, and O'Brien. Moreland District v. Arden Stars,. on Saturday on the latter's ground. To'am will be picked from Peck (capt.). Martin (vice-capt.), McLutchie. And. ley, Johnson (2). O'Brien (2). Mc Queen. Dudley (2). Leyden, Thomas, McLaughlan. Perry. Maher (2). Cra thernm. Russell. -Moran. Roulston. Gib hins. Leeson. Kennett, Savage. Rick etts. Gest. Howardl. Peterson. Joyce. A theatre party, which is expected to be a success, will be held by the f .D.F.L. on Wednesday evening. 10th Tune, at Empire ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914

Professional Column. Miss Ethel Browne, SOPRANO VOCALIST. Teacher of Music, Singing, and Voice Production. 144 Blyth Street, Brunswick. Voice Culture P4roduction, Careful & Thorough Tuition. Terms Moderate. V. PoEwell, 81 Albion St., West Brunswick Miss Beatrice Hallam TEACHER OF SINGING and VOICE PRODUCT~iBON. PUPIL of Miss Edith Littlewood ana of i:'aoadie Emca Gou(ild. TERNIS MODERATE. "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 33Z 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: Bnrunswick, 332. 131 THE GROVE, COBURG. Mr. W. Graham Weir EXPERT PROFESSOR of VOICE GUL...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Position of Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914

Position of Clubs. W i 1. Possy Pts. P.c, Williamstovn . 4 1 20 16 80 Footscra .. .. 4 1 20 16 80 North Melhb .. 4 1 20 16 80 Essendon .. ..3 2 20 12 60 Prnhran .. a. 3 2 20 12 60 Brunswick . 3. 3 2 20. 12 60 Port Melb.... 2 3 20 8 .40 Brighton .. .. 2 3 20 8 40 Hawthorn .. .. O 5 20 0 0 Northeote .. ..O 0 20 0 0

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COBURG and BRUNSWICK HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914

COBURG and BRUNSWICK HARRIERS. Coburg (15). Brunswick (19), Clifton Hill Baptists (10), combined at Marni byrnong on Saturday. over 5i miles of good coumtry. A. Woodman (C.) paced the slows, with J. March (B.) whip. The first of the slows to arrive home was D. Johnson (C.H.B.). fol lowed by V. Reid (C.H..B.), S. Berry (C.H.B.) D. Cullen (C.). C. Smith (C.), S. Coles (C.). The fast pack, paced by V. Baker (B.), and whipped up by V. Erinstroni (C.). had a spirit ed brtak away about a mile from home, resulting in V. Erinstrom (C.). G. W. Gray (C.) and L. Head (B.) be ing the first home in the order named. Coburg combine with Carlton at Cu burg next. Saturday.

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CRICKET. I.O.R. CRICKET ASSOCIATION. FINAL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914

CRICKET. 1.0.R. CRJCKET ASSOCIATION. FINAL MATCH. Clifton Hill, first innings 1S2, se cond innings 194; total ..... ..376 Brunswick, first inninigs 175, se cond innings two wickets for 20; 195

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BRUNSWICK RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914

BRUNSWICK RIFLE CLUB. The 21st club shoot took place at Port Melbourne on Saturday. May '9, for the Don, Pain, Burt trophies, 14 shots at 300 yards. Scores: Sc. Hcp. Tt: TL. Dusting .... .. .. 63 7 70 A. Symons .. .. .. .. 65 4 69 J1. Lehenv .. .. .. .. 66 3 69 A. Rice .... .... .. 64 5 69 A. Slater.... ..... 62 7 69 E. Esnouf .. . . 63 5 68 G. McCartney .. ... . 61 7 68 .T. Lyle ...... ... -62 5 67 A. Johnston .. .. .. 60 6 66 T. Harper ..... . 58 8 66 .T. Young .. .. .. 82 4 66 H. Templeton .. ....53 13 66 CG. Moran.. .. .. 60 5 65 G. Rice......... 60 5 65 V. Smith .. . 61 4 65 W. Carison ..... 59 5 64 WV. 'IThomas .. .. 57 9 66 «. Palmer .. .. . 57 6 63 E. Clement.. .. . 62 7 59 W'. Robertson .. . 43 16 59 F. Orgill. .. .. 53 6 58 T. Highet .. . 48 7 55 H. Mackay .. ... 45 9 54 F. Davey .. .. .. . 45 4 49

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BRONZEWING CYCLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914

BRONZEWING CYCLING CILUB. Under the patronage of the I.C.C.A. the Bronzewing Cycling Club opened their road racing season, over a 10 mile course, starting and finishing at the Cyclists' Hotel, Campbellfield, on Saturdlay, 9th May, with a 10-minuto limit. There were 25 entries, and 21 starters. which was very pleasing to the officials. The result was:-I. H. Callender (5' Inin. handicap) 2. A. Ft. Bell (4 ruin. handicap) 3 B. lBaker 4 4-5ths min. hantdicap). Fast est. unplaced, G. Travil (2 mnin. han dicap; riding time, 25min. -1 se1.).

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CYCLING. CYCLING CLUBS AT FOOTBALL. COBURG V. PRAHRAN AND SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914

CYCLING. CYCLTING CLUBS. AT IFOOTBALL. COBURG V. PRAE1RIAN AND SOUTH YAR.RA. A grand challenge football match was held on Saturday, 9th May, at Greensborough, between Coburg Cy cling Club and Prahran and South Yarra Cyclisig Club. ..The teams jour neyed toF: Greenisboionglih pe bicycle and lafter it :'en iofvable ides} '-'st t.o work." Coburg temain n-eWa:icks, T. O'Farrell, P. Baxter, J. Tooher: hIalf backs, S. Hill, A. Barker' R. Wilson; centres, A. Broome (Jice-capt.) J. Sheppard, IH. Jones; follonwer C. Southern; rover, R. Lawless- :half-for wards, V. Hainey, E. S. Stretton, A, Editor; forwards, T. Moore, C. Jones, E. Birclh; E. Stretton, timekeeper: C. Watt, umpire. The game was well worth watching. Prahran led off with a determined rush in the first quarter, but. the systematic play, cool judg ment and sterling dash of Coburg staved off their opponents. The second quarter Coburg took matters in hand, and E. L. Stretton played with rare dash and pace. Aftr the` second quar ter ...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914

General News. The 1luilders' Bricit Yard at Pres ton is being thoroughly renovated. Twelve skilled men. under IMr. Wil liamn Grant, engineer, are steadily at work. In a few weeks the building trade of Melbourne and the suburbs will have a constant supply, a:d at a reasonable cost. A graud Novelty Character Nijht for ladies and gentlemen will be held at the Brunswick lTown Hall on Wed nesday evening, May 20th, under the auspices of the Ladies' Conmmnittee of the Brunswick City Cricket Club. Prizes will hbe given for the best sus tained character (ladies and gents.) A first-class hand will he provided. Mr11s. W. Moulton and Mrs. J. Conlev are the president and secretnary, respec tively. On Thurinsday. May 2tth, -Messrs. Crisp. Woods and Co., nauctioneer (nun der instructions from the Trustees. Executors and Agency Co., and 31iss E. nmulcan.t co-executrix) alre offer ing by nuction a fine D.F. W.B. villa and two fine building allotments ad joinling No. 161 Bell street west, he tween Sy...

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Early History of Coburg [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914

Early History of Coburg (BY B. COOKE.) Going east from Sydney road, after passing Chapman's ground, stood Dun- ning's blacksmith's shop, long since gone. On the north of Dunning's, standing back, was a little wooden cot- tage where Granny Davidson lived, a wonderful old lady who reached to up- wards of 90 years of age, who at the time of the celebration of the mar- riage of Edward Prince of Wales and the Princess of Denmark was honored by the residents asking her to light   the fire that roasted the ox--which i~·. -- .. he pig s n`iý^e` ; tliotif-i~i ~ sus s' of people tiho gaithered- .doThb & on the festive occasion. A ittl i ther riorth, and in, a. little lane nenr the Methodist Chapel, were three small cottages occupied by Mrs. O'Leary, MIr. Sim Shaw, and Mr. Bel cher. Simn Shaw was the organiser of the tife and drum band miovement and took great pains to make his pupils efficient. Hle was a great favorite with the boys. Although an old man at thel time, hain...

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Brunswick City Council. MONDAY MAY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 15 May 1914

Brunswick City Council. MONDAY MAY 11. Present : The Mayor (Cr. J. Mill- ward), Crs. Hickford, Fleming, Al- lard, Waxman, Balfe, Phillips, John- son and Jewell, M.P. From Town Clerk. Fitzroy. re May ors Pall at Fitzroy on 24th June. From Tonwn Clerk. nHawthorn, re -avor's Ball at Hawtlhorn on June 4. Froni A. Cosgrove. Town Clerk sui cgested this letter be considered in corn ullitte. Fron 'Town Clerk. Caulfield. re Mayor's Ball at Caulfield on Junlo 23. From hon. secretary- . -.- W. Bruns wick Progress Association, re state of footnway in Sydney road. between Moreland road and Davies street: also notifying removal of nime hoards from La Rose street, one being found by MIr. J. A. Downs. Front J. G. Smith, requiring elec tiric light, and infornming council that Gas Company is extending its mains to Settlement. Fronm C. Harding, secretary. Tech. nical School umovement, asking council to receive deputation (1P to seek co operation of council re Technical Slchool. and (2) to carry out th...

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Coburg Town Council. WEDNESDAY, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

Coburg Town Council. WEDNESDAY, MAY 20. Present.. thle 31ayor (CrI. f. TJ. Riclh nrds). Crs. C-ash. Knnl.n Andlerson. Campbell. MhAlpine, fllckett,. Davis. Correspon Ill' it I )1l'l'e, lt) 3Ioiv'- l ( ' lii'.I C ttom Publi i norklttotr. I p nent,o ?thnilt .I..1. Siins. o" 310reland 3 ,, is takine sp tps to) sd- ppfy iIL i'e 1 to" i llhis l . ill..- i-i - k n \1 t ti sit p. t Counc('il l'. a t:tking it t I r n-wic (Ct'lou '" cil o i i tlliat r, ii t I ull' e - toi Fron til' I-ciielit h,, sUp lil i y iti i ' iil iS, i aIi n t stn ,p. (ou lcl il l ir takit li, . r, t Town Clerk. C ' olii .. foi r} l ri ; l". ' to hi 'fi ,t .hui'I ftlr 1 lan is of sc1 , i ,11111 t lit, ( t ,h " ', t{<ferir(' to? Su;rveyor. Fr'oIic i u 111P 11 cIft r'll -.il i t ' - ii Chambe)(rs and Sh,.ttbi sti', q . (? 'lur nc tsi'g that th1t het toiti l 'i I pi t i r -hO rti r fti r i .,t h rxi-p " ot ni v 'hiel '. i- t- ri to Puli, W ok Pill-·! ill. . '-u" lttsetiit byt din rrmro "reim the? Pr'emi.hr's.&g...

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Brunswick and Coburg Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

Brunswick and Coburg Horticultural Society. -0 'Tho monthly imeetinlg of the society was held in tilhe Bruinswick Town Hiall on T'uesday. M:iay 1th. 1P1i. and in the absence of the president (the Maylor). Mr. A. J. Woedhami was voted to the chair. T'he lecturer for the *evenin. M1r. F'. L. Reeves. wrote regretting that. he would' not he able to he preseit. owing to meeting with an injury whiile arresting a man in the Fitzroy Gar dens. -It was resolved that secretary write and express regret with Mr. Reeves. wishing him a spteedy rtecovery and commnending lhim on his action in bringing to justice such a hlacki~uard. 'Th,,re was a large attendance pre sent. Mossrs. .. . . Elliott alnd C. Collyer kindly consented to ftill in tlhe eveniing. . MI. R. G. Elliott gave a: seasoiinable chat on roses. )Mr. C. Colt vetr also gave a very interesting ad dross, giving ~o1110 of his experiences of horticulture in the early days. Mr. F., W. Bnzaglo moved, Yr. C. Norman ?'eondled, a hearty vote of t...

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Brunswick Scottish Society. GRAND CONCERT AND DANCE. LOCAL ARTISTS IMPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

Brunswick Scottish Society. GRAND C()NCEi?IR' AN)D DANCE. LOCAL ARTISTS IMPRESS. One of the principal Scottish cbhrnc' teristics is thnt they do nothiin_ hv halves. They are wholc-|cgg-ers---all or nothing: and the concert and Innce held in the Brnnswick Town Hall oni Tuesday evening, the 19thi inst.. at the Brunswic(k Town Hnall. namply do monstrated this. Despite the coldness of tihe eve:ing and its inchlinetl, outlook,. long lsfore 8 p.t. the hall was pocked-in fact. overcrowded, and peoplec- who c-acne to witness a good night's fucn ard ,i-joy ment nimadle no blnder nnd hladl tlceii 'up of hlulpioess filled to tha e brim. There was no hitch in the proc?edings, c:o lull in the func. ev'erythiing going off :cith a snap and n hang that re flected great credit on the manage nient. Punctnually to timo the weird and warlike sounds of the hagpipes wet'' heard in the street outside, and tihol :neers, w-ith the other membciers of Iihe B.S.S. Pipe 3anid. marched down the aisle hended by t...

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