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Moreland State School, No. 2837 GRAND VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

Moreland State School, No. 2837 ---4e---- GRAND VAUDEV1LLE AND PIC TURE NIGHT. The School Conmmittee has securedI thle Iyric Theatre, Brunswcik, for Wednesday evening, 27thl inst., when they will hold a grand picture enter tainment. Special pictures w ill be shlown, also a special valudeville pro gralmmte. The ct ommittee is said to be workinlg up special items by local tal ent. An impersonation of Harry Laun der, and an exhibition of Highland dancing and piping in kilts., "may" he stanged after the last item, for the pur pose of clearing the house. Imnme diately following this, if the founda tions of the buhilding are still intaict, the committee will render their item to the management (the rental of the theatre). Patrons who intend to visit the Ly ric next week would be wise to go Wednesday evening, andl in this way assist withl the last-named item. The balance of the proceeds ig to be spent on new clnss-rooms and improvements. The social e-vening held last Satur (lay was the mos...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Coburg Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

Coburg Pictures. _- +------- - Ou Saturday night, May 23rd. the star picture to be screened is a stir. ring military drama. entitled An Eye For An Eye. It is a 3200 ft. proliu-e. tion of tihe famous HIubseh Co., feat uring \anda T'rueman and \Virgo l;ar sen. On Monday night, May 25th, in. eluded in a varied selection of other goodl filhs is a special feature filn, entitled Guy Mannecring. It is a thril ling story that swings front start to finish at a breathless pace. Exciting oncoulnters with smugglers and wan. dering Gipsies make it a sensational triumph. The production is an adaptation of Sir Walter Scott's well-known novel. On Thursday night, May 28th. From Manger to Cross will be reproduced at lnko Hall, in response to numerous requests, with special music and sing ng. _

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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East Brunswick Drainage and Street Impovement Association. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

East Blunswick Drainage and Street Impovement Association. The usualn fortnightly meeting of tilhe albove-nuntioned A..ssoialion wn:s held at the Lvgon P'rop*erty lExchange, East Brunswick. on the 19lth inst., MIr G. N. Elliot prcsiding. The muenhrs expressed wa,'m appro val of the action of the Brlunswick Council in rejectinlt the recomnen:lda tion of its Publie Works Counnitte that the Fiitzrov ('onecil he allowed to use Mr. D.nahi,'s quarry in East ,rounswick as a refuse tip. The incident revived vivid recolhlee tions of what lEanst Brunswick resi dents suffleredl from these noisomi, Oi.s in tlhe past. and the Brunswick C'(nn cil would soon h)e made anwa're of(i the fact thant the Drainaute .\ssociatilon is also a Progress .\ssociation if any nt tempt were made to renew the lnuis ance. Gratification was .also express'd at the excellent editorial in last week's issue of the "Brunswick and Cohurir TLeader." adlvocatin t.he claims of res. dents of East Brunswick for a rcdrc.s of the...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Found Drunk. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

Found Drunk. Jnoseph Burns pleaded ruiltv to he ino found drmik on the 19th inst.. in Miriiint road. Brunswick. ic' was a first offenider andl was dischiarged on putting 2?. O . in the poor-hox. -e had been in gaol for 23 hours. 'Ward5 of the State. Ge,. Alfor, was chi:r?ed with fail ti t<u cnt rihute towar, s tilhe support Otf hii tlhre chilliren. ihlie amount aow iigt to rhe t ai heink. 10 10s. Gd. oen their acounl. Defeitlalit is now in lergo·ing a sen tence. of 21 dys for the samne o(ffence in respect of the s-mloe children. Hle was ordered to pay the amount, in default six months' imlirisonmrnt. cumulative on hi. prior sentOncO. Victil Ro-lt. FIitzpatrick was sin ilarly chargdl and ordered to.pay up L1 ?. .Id., arrears, or go to g:ol for 0seven days. lilegallv Detaining a Dog. Rohh'eit Henry King proceeded ag alist Tihomas ,l yd" for illegally ile ta-iiig 'n Auistralian terrier, or for ti. its value. It appearled that dle rindaiti picked up the dog in the street :'nd...

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Moreland Tennis Club. BLACK AND WHITE SET. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

Moreland/Tennis Club. BLACK AND "WHITE SET. Seldom.. if ever', has the Moreland Tennis Club attained such a success than on Wednesday ev'ening. 13th inst.. when they presented, for the first time, the Black and' White Set, which works in conjunction with the - club. In spite of thle inclemency of a the weather, the club hall was filled. s The whole performance was a distinct t departure frmn anything previouslyv Sstaged, and 'proved a most desirable k innovation. The staging was snmart and effective, black and white trellis forming the background to an array Sof black stencilling on white eanvas, at the wings finished with black cur Stains, representing silk. d 'The artists. numbering seven in the first Ihalf of programme, were all dress e ed in hlack and white costumnes fash ione,1 sp.ocially for the set. Mr. H1arold Pulling provdcc a very capnhb!e pianist. and opened with the Black and White waltz. The opening chorus, Black and White by the whole company, provedl very successful. ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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ST. PAUL'S "MAY FAIR." [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

ST. PAUL'S " ,,Y FAIR." St. Pailis May Fir, whicih. w"as oponed by the Iord M-ayor in the Cobnrg Town Halll on tdhe lth inst., was continued last week, and w\ill 1re main open till Saturdiay, the 23rd, Leader FOtUR 1YlioSvibuilturc xzg whetn it will be brought to a close. The patrons have been cateretd for 'evry evening, the coiunittee lprovidting itemns of nliscementt which werie much enjoyed0. t(i the opening nilght t.he Coblurg Municipal andi Military Band recndered sc!t ions. hie followini evening thlie boys of St. Paiul's School\ went thrtul.gh soneic exercises in physic al drill, which reflected gireatt :edit on their i:strucdi', Limum. D Jo?61mns ·rlyjt·sth rrls g.-.. a e :tIickounlt '-Grow ittlt iulshiroetim?-- " These items were gratifying to the parents. present, many eu logiums bheinlg passted 4)l thie eflicienlci of the tnraining iim tiarted by the Sisters in (.barge. "I'-ed nesday's entertainmient was provided ly the (o'urng ()rchestra, and it was much regrecttd thait i...

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Monster Grand Theatre Night. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

Monster Grand Theatre Night. 'A grand theatro night, under the patronage of the Mayor and council. t lors of Brunswick, will be held at the Empire Theatre on Wednesday even ing, the 27th May, in aid of the HToomcopathic Hospital. Mr. Bryce Rowe (manager of Brunswick Theatres ILtd.) has accepted a challenge to es cape froum the regulation hlnnaey straight-jacket, also from old English stecks. He will he securely locked in the stocks and jacket by Constable 1Dugdale. the well-known locail police othicer. If he fails to escape MIr. Rowe will givc £5 to the hospital fund. This alpparently imllosible task should in f itself secure a monster attendlancee and interest the patrons. In addition a first-class vocal and musical pro gramnme will be given by first-class L artists, including the cream of our lo Scal talent. As it is anticipated that Sthe theatre will be packed, patrons Sare notified that overflow tickets will be available at either the Lyric or Empire Theatre duiring the week. Dr...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick City Band. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

Brunswick City Band. TIlt .ibolo ve held thoui i anu iall leltc Iin in the IBarkley 1-all on TIhursday, 'lnv 1-ith.- Cr. 'P. Johnson eccnpitil th di illr. and there was a good inns te ot nuetnhers anid pal. ens presen. \ very ired(it allle hala iit. sheet was aull. 'mow iing a credit bhalnce of £7 Il. I hi..d liabilities. nil. Th~e 'let oin of oficers resolted as follows: P tirns. l Mr. F. Anstev. 2m1 .P.. Mr. E. 0l1ns . NtOllc. N oel. \Ti. 7Iun1. '\l. P i-fic 'il. sei.. Mr. Cornwall, Mr. ST irney 'Mr. O'Dollnell. \!r. JT. WVat -ill. 'ill F. Cre0. Cr. Hilenl;ossv. Mr. 1 Coo. Cot Cr. 1illwaid (\I :Vor of Illru swik)L. Cr. WaxmuF. '.li.l.&L.. ICr 1' miena.t Cr. Ialf. ald Cr. Phillips; ntl , '. l r. CrahtIree. 31i. La lli?.It. l Ai*. G 0eenwoo( 501. drul Illtor. Mr. -il. 1 h1rn to ISecretary. Mr. 3. C. Warr 1 roanslrer, 711. 1'. Brcarl'>- commnit - ''0 cltl7Ols. Cr. T. Johnson. Mr-. C lemlioice. 71. 71lasoni: blntl'ment Ii'r. tors. 71et'55l. 'Nay and I tgg:t M1 aind M1.B.A. ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

Personal. Mr. Cole, the engineer of the Ben d(igo Electric Traimyays, has decided not to accept the position of engineer to the Brunswick and Coburg Tram ways Trust. Cr. Hickford. who was at Bendigo on Friday and Saturday last, discussed the matter with Mr. Cole, who gave strong reasons for not accepting the position. Mr. Cole ex plained very clearly the working of the Bendigo system. which by the courtesy of Mr. Cole was inspected by Cr. Hick ford. Cr. Cash, .P. and M. Cs. J..n s. Cash. of Coburg, will be leaving fori a trip to Great Britain and Europe early next year. rc*~ * Mir. Churchill and other residents of \. est Brunswick took advantage of the presence there last Tuesday of Councillors Hickford and Allard, and obtained a promise of the electric light to be installed in front of the hail, Victoria sti-eet, West Brunswicld. Mr. Andrew• tos'rove and Mr. L.. Ogdenl were in attendance at the mleet ing at West Brunswick, but the pco pio there were so alert on their local pressing...

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Fawkner Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

Fawkner Football Club. The above club held a meeting at D)ouglas' store. Faw kner. on Tnesday nighit week. Mr. E. Moss being in the chair. There were alboutt 30 members present. Tnformation was received Fromn the Colurg band promnising io he present at the benefit match hold on S:aturday. May 23rd. This swas receiv ed1 with applnuse, the secrietary tbeing reiquiested to send a letter of thanks. It was also moved anld carried thit a re quest hbe made for the Police Band to march from Moreland roadl to Bell street. Letiters will also be sent to thei local and daily papers, asking for lheir support. As this is a very dis rlessing ense, it being a benefit to Mi C'arnell, of FTlwkner, who is urmble to work and only receives thel"in'alid pension. Mrs. Carnell is onl' just out of the hospital nid is-in a very low state of health, and mnay have ito re turn to the hospital any day. They hIave tlhree chlildren deptiendeint upon thens and have no other means of sup Iport. It. has been i?decide...

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Fawkner News Agency. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

Fawkner News Agency. W, wish to nlotify tlhe rcidenlts of Fawkner and suirroun(ling distlricts that Mr.. E T. . Moss. of Domglas' stero, Fawkner, has been appointed our local agent. Copies of the paper. can le obtnined from him as well as all information concerning it.

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Political Labor Council. NORTH BRUNSWICK BRANCH. GRAND NOVELTY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

Political Labor Council. ----0--T N RTH BRUNSWI!CK BR13ANCH. GRAND NOVELTY NIGHT. l'The grand novelty night held runder the auspices of the above-namted bIracehl in the Masonic Hall, Sydney road, on Tuesday, May 12tlh, proved a great success, the hall being over ,rowded. It is the intention of tlhe 'oninlittee to have another one in due eou.rse(. According to the attendance on this nigiht lanrger haill will Iihave a.o he por-iured. Everybody had a very enjoyable eve ning. The commnnit 'cc deser-ve gireat thanks for the man neto in wiclh ev\-ervtlin, was arranged - .;arirniicd out s, especially the :Indies f:f it: cmlniittee : for tnii-rnngntifmr itt ia. t-he" lhid decor-ated tiin haIll. The oliow!ing are the 'ariious.cliaraicters: Mi. i. Dean, Silly Billy. Miss (-riffiths. Sundowner'i Wife. Ml'. GCriffit:hs. Sundowner. Mir. B. Crowley, Capitalist. My. F. D)uffy, Labor. r's. Murray, Monte Carlo. Mrs. l'lnkett. Spanish I)ancing , i 'l. 1 r.. Nanc'e Cai'roni Indian Squnw. M?!rs. "Town/...

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Brunswick Catholic Young Men's Society. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

Brunswick Catholic Young Men's Society. - - +- ----- The lusal imeetinig of lilthe Brnlswiek Catholie Young 3e1n's Society was held in St. Ambrose Hall, Dawson street, on. Tuesday. 31May 1i. The Presidenlt "Mr. A. -R. Holhrook) oeeupiild the chiair. aid there was n fair attendaice of ielle'se priesent. Ao?noist those present was Mr. C. Pawson. .an old ienmber ,f the :o.iet.y, who two years ago. when then secre tar. wa's by his zeal and energy very instu-mental in hringing the society to tIhe highest standard, and the Pre sili'nt iln extendling to him a hearty welcoime said that hie hoped that- Mr. P'nwson would again be able to attond :,':; ·e:g....: ,'re-'lyv - nr!d heconmo tin: active nimber nf the society. Mir. Piwson - i' reply th'iked the mentbers for iheir wellcome, and rctmarked that it wa. his desire to attenl it possihle. the elll etinlgs regularly a :till 'i . .T. Lesot repot te, d I thlie .on vris'ioiie'n t red to te ( hiildiren of Mary 'o .May 12.' and remarked that •lth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

LS H g l For the famous AUGUST FOSTER PIANOS. ESTABLISHED 1885. Terms Arranged Organs, Violins, and other Musical Instruments, Phonographs, Records, Music, Etc., Etc. 400 Sydney Road, BRUNSWICKI, A BOON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. MARKS B~ROS 334-336 SYDNEY ROAD, (Near Methodist Church)? And at 870 Sydney OA'd. Agent for Suttoits. Tobacconists and Hairdressers. F F A+ GIETT, FIRST-CLASS HABItRES SER & TOBACCONIST. For Winter Hair Dressing and Shaving, call at this Up-to date Hygienic Saloon. (CLEA NLINESS, CIVILITY and ATTENTION guaranteed. Bc.t brands Cigars, Cigar ettes and Tobaccocs always obtainable. A Trial Solicited. 564 S-ydney Road. h me r.. ia + Tobacco .. L , . .¢+?braj n:; • = ?-?m + + + '?Merchaift.& 320, 322, 330, 332 SYDNEY ROAD, BRUNSWICK. Swo S, ul .' \N II HAWKERS SUPPLI.II .D. Ask for "OTRANTO" Cigars. Evely Cigar branded "Otranto."--5 a I -. TAKE NO OTHERS. FRE . +ARGIN The Leading Cash airy Produce Dealer and Dining Rooms. Atternoon Tea...

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

Brunswick Police Court. W\ EDNESDAY, M1AY 20. Biefore Mic essis. Down' (Charnilulan). Allan] and Flkimine J'e.P

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Public Meeting at West Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

Public-Meeting at West Brunswick. * iublic meeting of if itylereis s ,-.s he~ld. nat.hlie tll \itoii. stret, on last -Tuesdayi ev:ening, , TV?. Doirsley, Esq., JP. hairmi n .in Ti hall was well filled, upiipwiardsof :300- of ithe men arid onle-. of the fiiiiiiintn ite district being: presei?t.:. At 8 .fi. th.bhd iusiness ofuring theo :igning of. a nmonstleri ietition, re.qucst ing the: Citt, Council :to provide direct acce-ss to the City Of. Melbouine. was commenced.: On the -platform 2ifessrs. 3ilC'ance. A. E- Clark, Tdllv. Tait. Blennett. Chees, and representatives of the I31oo nee Vale. North Brunsnwick and We4t Brunswickl Progress Societies wer, ,i', sent Alonog those i)res'ent .were Coon cillors Allard and Hickford. of Bru!s wick. .ind Councillor 31eAlpini, of Co lourg r Th latteri who had aittenled specially~, urged the desirahility of coommnnichtion of -West Cohnr. and YWest Brunswick with the City. There was no:.. more: delightful residential sites than along the valley of t...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

General News. The lchall ieal estate sale of inpor tance of the weelk w\ill he concted this afternoon at West 3Brunswick, wihen a little more of the land in the Hoffman Estiate will be s'ubmitted to auction. The name of tlhe alltioneer (';mn he ascertained at the Briunswick Town Hall. Recently at the EmpireI Theatre .Bro. H. Robinson, of the A.().F.. Court Star of lBrIblswic(k, 3080. gave a sphn did exhibition of weight lifting. He is Victorin's amateiur champion. He snatched from tlhe floor wiith one halnd nbbre head 1010 hs., andl tlihen lay down and rose again, still retaining the weight. He also jerked with iwo haands a 130 lhs. bharell, placed it in onle hand anad with the other ihe pick ed up a weight of 30 lhs.. hloldtling both aloft. He also pulled over the head. hridtge fashlion (viz.. wrestler's bridge). 180 hbs.. ild pressed it over iheaid. and at the sanme time sulpported Smnan w'ighling 10 stone. ]in:ally he icrled above head with two hands 200 lhs. lIrihell. lowered sa...

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The Opening Up of West Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

3runi-wich anb Coburg Seaber. SPUBLISHED ON FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, MAY 22, .1914 The Opening Up of West 'Brunswick. T'he opening up of Wcst Brilnswick is taking definite and concrete shape. The inhibitants of the most. pictur esque portion of Brunswick are being aroused into action. Meetings have been held at various loealitie's in the district, and tlhey all: speak with one voice. That the progress of West Brunswick is heing retarded, delayvd and impedIc d by want. of direct corm municantion with Melbourne admits of no denial. That with dirctt communi cation West Brunswick vwould bound into vigorous sustained activity can not he gainsaid. Here is a distriet high, well drained, with wide pano ramic views, waiting to be mapped into flowing prosperity, only waiting modern methods of travelling facilities to enable the people to get to and from their various avonations in the city to be thoroughly and extensively , latted. There is no e'scape from the proposition that -West Brunswick ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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UNITY TENT. I.O.R., NO. 85. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

UNlTY TEI'NT. .O.R.. NO. 85. iThe quarterly meeting of above \wa-s held on Tuesdayi evening, and was the most successful one that has been held for a -very lon time. owing to the ier that BIro. J. G. 3emnbrey. .,L..A.. wa,. announned to preside. A.ter tht' business part of thn- pro icedings had beenr attended to. the in stallatilon o the newly-elected otlicers was carried out by, Bro. Mem ibi in a mannlr that interested ;aid delight-i' ed ia i-tmbers. Following are the oltecrs for the elnsuin. term:-C.l.. Si-:cr White: D.II., 1ro. D. Watt: P.C.P.. Iro. 1E. lMoor: srescrtary, Plo. Po'c1 I Ward: treasnrer., Bro.J. J 1. Wiirdi: stew'ards, Bros. W. Mn'ray, .iun., and Les. Ward: levite. Bro. h. Keiidall, gutardian. Bro. . I Laurance: confler ece repres.entative. Blr,. A. Jiuke-s. i101. ,Jukr-s, sen.. expressed on hehalIf of those present the honor bestowed 1" the presence of Bro. M31mbrey. The latter suitably respontded.

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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914

OURSELVES. 'The "Brunswick and (hburg Lead er"' (price Id., from all newsagents) i pubihlished e\-iry Friday evening at the office of Ilakeley and Jackson l'ty. ltd., No. 500 Sydney road. Brunswickl (,pposito Hooper's): telephone. BIruns ;wick No. 489. Repfresenttatives s,-cretaries aind press correspondentsi of associations, clubs. societies, connuittees and other origanisations are cordially iinvitedl. to 'phone or send us particulars of the eveiints and nffairs ihappeniing in con nectioni therewitth for publicantion, and they wilf be inserted. We also re splectfully invite persons to forward 1us for puilblicantion particulars of any coin ",erciil. hIistorical, social or personal iteims. or relating to the illnesses, re c(overies, deaths or imarriages of focal residents, or their days "at home. "not nat hmn," or aniv other i:cits of locaI news. social, personal or othier 'i-iso wise. All.\11 classes of priintiin? done in the Ihst. style and at moderate rateis on Shie prelulises. Q...

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