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Coburg Police Court. TUESDAY, MAY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914
Coburg Police Court. TUESDAY, MAY 19. Before Messrs. Campbell (chairnman). Cash and Waters. Non-vaceination. Senator Russell wals fined 20s. for f:ailing to have his child vaccinated. Defrauding the Railways. Eidward ILynrh pleaded guilty to ,h. taining a ticket from the Railway De partment by means of a false certifi cate, and was fined 20s.. with 7s. 6d. costs. D)ischarging Firearms. * Riclai ri l Hawkins (iI8) and George Hawkins (17 were finedl 10os. each for ilischarging a rithe in Pattersou street. Cobur, on 2nid May, \without the council's perminssion, and as a rcesult of this carelessness Miss Frazer was shot in the knee whilst passing along the stIreet.
AMATEUR ATHLETES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914
AMIATE"R AT1H[ LETES. Brunswick (18), Melbournei (23), flicluinond (17), held a combined 1run froni Sandringham Batihs on Saturday last, ,iunning in thle direction of Black lock- alid back: T'li hares were J. March (lBruns\iick) and G. Ovenden (Melb.), who Inid l 1 trail (a real cross eoulti'v tl.,ili) thIrough a couple of pa(ddocis where cnttlk were glazing. li~runswcik, follow\ing this trail. were : little bit cacrful, owing to the fact of theit brilrght red uiniform anid a ter tuain ClayIton footlhll bull. Richluond held ai 1500 yards run home, which resulted: H. Biggs, 1st: R. Lynclh, ndl: C. Worsiley, 3rd. Melbourne. 88(0 yards: RI. Blrettschnelider, 1st: i. O. Allen. 2nl; A. M. GCordon. 3,di. Bruns wick, 200 yards: S. Ellis. lst; V. ilaker. 2nd A. G. Brown, 3rd. Next Sat.urdnay lriuswiek run from the residence of Mr. 31hi.arch. 1urdoch street. Brunswick. Intending nmnm hers-should join at oice and not Huiffer fr'nom rlheunmatics. as this sport is a cure-all.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914
Professional Column. Miss Ethel Browne, SOPRWAON VOCALIST. Teacher of Music, Singing, and Voice Production.. 144 Blyth Street, Brunswick. Voice Culthre & Production, Careful & Thorough Tuition. Terms Moderate. V. Powell, 81 Albion St., West Brunswick Miss Beatrice Hallam TEACHER OF SINGING and VOICE PRODUCTION. PUPIL of Miss Edith Littlewood and of r Madame Emery Gould. TERMS MODERATE. " Waverley," 30 Mayfield Street, COBURG. MISS M. S. PARKHURST, D.M.S.V. Al.LC.M. (Registered Highes: 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. e At Allan's Collins Street, City. Wednes days. Private Address: 123 PARK ST. PARKVILLE. Terms Moderate. PIANOFORTE. Miss A. Beatrice Schulte LT.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...
People's Liberal Party. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914
People's Liberal Party. The combined North BruLnswick branches of time People's lib'ral Party aIre holding a social evening in the [as.,?nmic Hall on Thursday evening. lth. The chair w\ill he taken hv the lHon. Samuel LManger. l'ickets. is. ,aelh. are new on sale and are obtain :ble from members of theo lrancehes. l)aneing will comniemnce at S o'cloek, a•nd continue till 11.30. An enjoyable evening is ass.ured. Refreshments will lIe provided.
BRUNSWICK TIPS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914
BRUNSWICK TIPS. 1'o the Editor. Sir,--In the discussion, which took place t the Brunswick Conncil to al !ow- tte Fitzroy Cocilnc to use a qiuarry off Glenlyon lioad as a refuse tip, Cr. Balfe remarked that- East !'unswick great1ily needed a Progress Assoiation to watceh the interests of tht, loelit.v. E1ast Brunswick has its Associaition, withi the titl- "Drainage" prefixed: but tihouih its umain ohjec tirVe is drainage, the vigilance of its mmnbhers is directed against other in. terests heiig overlooked. TliWhen the Council declined to adopt the proposal of a tip at Glenlyonu road, the contemplated action of :the East Association fell through, oitherwise evi dhnce of its alecrtuness would not have heon wanting. 'The actiionl of the Council; whose ch:inge ol opinion since conmittee gave Cr. Waxnman great surprise, was viewed with approval iy the mmcbcers of the East Brunswick Dlrainage Asso ciation.--Yours, etc., A. M. ALEX ANDER. East Brunswick, 18,5!11.
FAWKNER SPORTS. BENEFIT FOOTBALL MATCH AND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914
FAWKNER SPORTS. BENEFIT FOOTIBALL, 3ATCH AND SPORTS. A foothal! miatch and sports will he he!d a thie Fawlkner ground (opposite iHounldary Hotel). on Satur'day. 2:3rd IMay. at 2..3 p.m., in nid of Ilr. and Mr.'. Cn':nell, whoa are itn ver"y i is t.ressing circimstances through" sick nisi. In addition .hcere will be a .120 Yn: ds Optell Race (all coolers) and a Novely 11a ce (all colmers), and a place, •Irop1. (nd punt kick.conmpetition bc t- eee the teamns. The Coburg Band will riendier selections. Admissi. iision is bIi" silver coei; children, ld. lThe whole aifair is in thie calpable IInds of 3Mi. Watson, secretary, and Mlr. 1. -1. ,loss, manatlger of 1)ouilans' store. Faiwkncr, who is the clunl's chairmitan and priomoter of the sports, both of whom are displaying i reat en ergy and ability in order to make tihe affair a ?ncess. and lthey deserve to be emplinenited for. thciu" fine efforts i is~ chiharitable, womrthy movemnent. . ,.,iod daV's s?srt amid enjoyment is a.,o reid to e...
THE HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914
THE HARRIERS. Carlton (3o), Coburg (15). Hawthorn (1). iMalvern (1), ran over seven miles of good country at Coburg. 'ITle slow pack were sigrhted about three miles from home, and after a good race were cnught. The first thlree for the flst pack were Collins (Carl.), i eers tHaw.), J. Woessnop (Cob.). TIhe lows finished as folloms:-T. Neate (Carl.). McDougall (Cob.). 23rd )[aC.-Goburr (ombuind ' ith St. Thomans it Cohurm, instead of loounce Ponds; horse trmm. '.4I.
BRUNSWICK TENT, NO. 54, I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914
BRUNSWICKI TENT, NO. 54, LUO.R. Tho quarterly meeting of thli Tent was held in the Rechabite Hall. Albert street, on Tuesday, 12th May. Bro, J. Lydiate, District Deputy Ruler, pre sided over a large attendance. From the reports it was shown -the Tent was in a prosperous and progressive condi tion. The balance sheet and auditors' report showed receipts £5-5 Ss -.d.: expenditure. '375 19s. lid. le;aving a balanceof -109 Ss. 3d. "Total fulnds f" Tent are:--ickl fund. £5057 15s. id.; contingent, :£131 0s. 5d. total to crc dit of Tent. £5188 15s. 101;. increase for nuarter. .139 7s. 2d.: also an in crease in memrbership. Thie hall diur ing the quarter had been painted and renovated, with an addition of a muich needed anteroorn, and other flttrac tions., mnakin the hall one of the most coni fortable meeting-places in the ,ii trict. at a cost of about £°0. Five candidates werc initiated and tihe oii cers for thlie ensuing six inionth-s i er elected as follows:-C.i., l',. H. Wil lianms: D.R...
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES[?] A.N.A. BRUNSWICK BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES A.N.A., BIRNSWVICIK BRANCH. At the meeting of this society on May 8-the ltresident- (MIr. E. W. Tre gardh?) presided. bix canididates for membnhership were elected and welcom-n ed into the branch by Director O'Cal laghan, who was present, on behalf of the Board of Directors. MIr. O'Callaghan also gave an inter esting address on the Association and its work. and stated among other things tihat the menmhership roll for Victoria in 1881 was 288, and at the present time was 35,000. For his services to the branch as an ex-president Mfr. H. J. Watson receiv ed a hframed certificate. and as a token of esteem and for services renderedl in connection with the A.W.A. and A.N.A. socials Mr. C. W. Milnes was presented with a pedestal of handsonmo design. MIr O'Canllaghan made the pro sentation, and the recipients suitably. Mr. E. W. Powell reported the de bate tenam was continuing its success being now in the semi-finals of the tournament. On the conclusion of general busi ne...
BRUNSWICK RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914
BRUNSWICK RIFLE CLUB. "A match was fired against; the Chew ton Rifle Club on Saturday, May 1(3, at Port Melbourne. The conditions were 10 men a-side. 14 shots at 500 yards. Th1e match resulted in a win for Brunswick by 30 points. Scores: BRUNSWICK. Total .. .. .. .. .. ..S.. .. .. 38 (A. Symons, 70; G. Moran: 66; A. Rice, 65: G. Rice, 64: J. Lyle, 64; W. Smith, 64: A. Slater, 63; A. John ston, 62; J. Leheny,-G61; T. Harper, 59.) CHEWTON. Total .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 608 J. O'Grady, C67: J. Jones. o; W. Marshall, 62, P. Ebbott, 62; G. Wil liams, 62; G. Field: 59: A. Thomas. 59;:.0. Hendiira, 59; N. Loder, 59; A. Bentley, 56.) A Symons of thie Brunswick Club, shot well, getting all his 11 shots in the bull's-eye.
Lawn Tennis. L.T.A.V. COMPETITIONS. GRADE C. BRUNSWICK V. PRESTON. VICTORY FOR BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914
Lawn Tennis. \ L.T.AI.. COMPETITIONS. GRADE C. BRUNSWICK V. PRESTON. VICTORY FOR BRU.NSWICK. Kuhn v. Mulcahy (B.) d. Hodgson and Temple (P.), 6---4, 0-2, and d. Williamson and Tompkins (P.), 6-=--4, 6--4. Whaley and Donagan (B.) lost "o Wilkinson and Tompkins, .3---6. -1-6, and lost to Hoxlgson and Temple, 6L-5,. 3--6, 4--6. Totals: Brunswick, 2 rubbers, 5 :ets, 46 games; Preston, 2 rubbers, 4 sets, 43 games. The Brlunswick 'Tennis Club. which recently affiliatedtl with the Assoia tion, is now at the head of the list in its section, having an unbeaten record. The following list shows the position of the clubs in its (the third) section: -Brunswick (. wins), 8 points: Mel hourne Gramnnnar School (2 wins, defeat), 4 points; V\ictorian. (Carlton), 2 wins, 1 defeat), 1 points; Preston (2 wins, 2 dlefeats): - points: Univer sity B (2 wins. 2 tdefeaits), 4 points: Williamsiown (1 win, 1 defeat). 2 points: Fitzroy (1 win, 3 defeats), 2 points; Trinity Collecge (1 defeats), uil.
I.C.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914
1.C.C.A. The I.C.C.A. will hold o 15-.nile race at Campbellfield, starting nt 3.30, on Saturday. 27th June, 1914. Entry. 2s. no acceptance. First 1rize, f3, 3 nd 21s. Ionatcd by D. Chlirlston, Brunswickl i ;econd prize, set of tyres: third prize, ls.: fonrth prize, 5is.; unplaced fastcest time. £1 10s. Enitries close on Satuiirday, June L'0. with rIi. D. Heywood, racing secre tary Nella Co., City; Mr. F1. leesm. hiandicapperL, '27 Weston street, Bruisi wick; Mr. H. Jackson, QuOensbherry strfct, North Melbourne Mih. A. 1. Wills. general secretary, 3,i D1iirum mnond street, Carlton: late entries. Is. N.B.--In the future a copy of the entry form of the placed inenI will be posted inniediatcly after the irace.
CYCLING. "NELLA" SHIELD. COBURG LEADING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914
CYCLING. " NELLA" SHIELD. COBURG LEADING. The first race for the 'Ncell;" Shield (presented by the "Nella" Enamelling Co.) was run over n ]0-mile course, commencing from the Cyclists' Hotel, Canlpbellfield. Sharp at 3.30 tihe limit bunch started. There wete two bunches, and then came tw oscratch mlen. .A. C. 3arr (P'lnhran nind SouthI Yarra) and K. Bettles (Rlichlmondl). In those teams were three represent'atives from each club. and three emergencies. The result, of the race was: A. Heckshler (Prahlran and South Yarra) ................ 1 T. Fisher (Coburg) .......... 2 E. F. Watt (Coburg) ...... .. 3 Theo wintne's time was 20 min. 0. sees. A. E. Barr (P'ralran andl South Yarra) seicured fastest tine. T Phci'e were two falls in the rare. TI full sight. of the finishl the riders fell. C. Iailes could not stnad, and was car ried in. J. Sheppard (Cohurg)i fell 'lnd was injured, but in a plucky fashion sprinted. pasied secveral rirlers aind iln ished about 10th. .tnd thus. sdlcd points f...
CRICKET. I.O.R. CRICKET ASSOCIATION. FINAL MATCH. CLIFTON HILL V. BRUNSWICK. CLIFTON HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914
CRICKET. * 1.O.R. CRICKET ASSOCATIION , FINAL MATCH. CLIFTON HILL V. BRUNSWICIK. CLIFTON HILL. First innings .............. 182 Second innings .:...... .. ..1941 Total .............. 376 BRUNSWICK. First innings .............. 175 Second Innings. Agg, c Stinton, b Burren ...... 23 Williams, e Junor, b Aveling .... . O Cann, b Aveling .... ....... 0 Roberts. b Burren .. 3........ Kemp, b Burren............ 5 Gillard, not out ........... 24 Temple, c and b Aveling ...... 36 McLaine, b Areling............ O McConnell. not out .. ...........4 Sundries .... .... .. ... 10 Seven wickets for .. .. .. 105 Brunswick requiro 97 runs to win, with three wickets to fall. Buck in Brunswiok, and you'll win.
Football. BRUNSWICK BEAT PORTS. SUPERIOR SYSTEM WINS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914
Football. BRUNSWICK BEAT PORTS. SUPERIOR SYSTEbM WINS. Ports had tho wind's assistance in the opening qualrter, which was ex hilarating, Merrick, from an acute angle, got a behind for Ports, closely followed by a nicely drop-kicked goal by Walton. Clowe and McKeone se cured goals for the locals, and, after a behind had been rushed, a. bad kick-in by Gillespie gave Walton a chance to score his and his side's second goal. Johnson tripped Sullivan, and the 'Wick's third goal was the conse quence. Barfoot being pushed a few yards out had no difficulty in register ing the visitors' third goal and putting his team two points ahead, further in creased by Bailey snapping the fourth. Merrick kicked what looked a goal, but the goal umpire, after consulting thle field umpire, only raised one flag. Walton, from a fine mark and equally good kick got his third and the Ports' fifth goal. Brunswick then took clharge, and added goals by Topham and O'Connor. In the second quarter each side con tribut...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 22 May 1914
Auctioneers and Estate Agents. ROBERTS, STANLEY & COY. --- ----- IV M's.L.A. ' ' (MORELAND'S LEADING AGENTS) AUCTIONEER, SWORN VALUATOR, SUB-DIVISIONAL LAND EXPERTS, RENT COLLECTORS, FURNITURE SALESMIEN. 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. Jl_~~r . lL ? .i.,. . . . --s CONSULT -THE LEADING--- Auctioner a Property Salesmen NEW AND COM~IMODIOUS PREMISES, SYDNEY ROAD, Corner of Blyth Street. SESTAIIISEl'D 16 YEARS. OUR SPECIALTY Auction Sales of Property and Subdivision of Land by our Auctioneer, Mr. THios. 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, Employer...