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Second Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914
Second Grade. Belmont, 140 (Matters 33, R. Long muir 22. Lovell 17, C. Longmuir 11; Bryant three for 12, McMahon one for 9), v. Sackville. five for 34 (Bryant 13 not out; C. Congmuir three for 8). West Brunswick, 197 (Campbell 31, Baker 30. Ecles 26. Reaburn 22, Dows ley 21, Halfpenny three for 45. Calla way two for 35. Phillins one for 16). v. Fairfield, three for 24 (Phillips 10 not out). Collingwood Footballers. 216 (Thom as 85, Gibb 38, Angus 37. McDonald 19; Mackay four for 36. Hill two for 20. Wallhouse three for 54). v. Bruns wick I.O.O.F. South Yarra. 114 (Gleeson 41 not out, Howell 18. Quantrell 15. Foley 13; O'Connell four for 2S, Drew two for 23), v.. Lincoln, five for 74 (Knigh ton 29 not out, O'Connell 11 not out; Quantrell three for 18). Clifton United. 162 (Rose 42, Ryan 33. Crellin 20 not out. Pullen 11;: Brien six for 59, Payne one for 7), v. Glenlyon, 59 (Brien 25, Pilgrim 11 not out; McKay eight for 36). Coburg District, 111 (Clarke 41, Clough IS, Rodger 16, Winso...
NORTH SUBURBAN. A Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914
NORTH SUBURBAN. A Grade. Coburg Methodists, 154 (Hesketh 67, Swain 18. Lawrence 18, Rodgers 12, Puxley 13 not out.; J. Bull six for 47, Cross three for 50), v. St: Am brose, three for 66 (Holbrook 20, Le heny 18 not out), Cross 10; Ward two for 23, Swain one for 10. Prince's Hill. 104 (Woods 30, Gil lespie 27, Costelloe 25). Reginald do Bacchus. profligate son of a millionaire soapmaker, sat up in bed and begged for water. "This is the end of my social career," he moaned. "I drank too much last night at the ball, and staggered into everything." '' 'Ardly. sir, murmur ed his valet, apologetically. "Hevery one's praising you for inventing a new dance."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914
CITY OF BRUNSWICK. -0 Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Council of the City of Bruns wick held in the Council Chambers, Town Hall, Sydney Road, Brunswick, on MQnday the 12th day of January 1914, the said Council did agree to the following Resolution, that is to say: That in order to carry out the undermentioned works and undertakings set out in the plans and specifications and estimate of the cost of the said works and under takings and to liquidate the balances due to contractors under Loan 6 the Council of the City of Brunswick hereby authorizes the borrowing of the sum of £11,500 sterling by the issue of debentures for such amount in accordance with the provisions of the Local Government Act 1903. The rate of Interest to be paid shall be 4,4 per centum per annum payable half yearly. The principal sum borrowed shall be repayable by the following annual instalments on the 12th day of February in each year: Year 1915 to year 1919 both inclusive £400 each year , 1920 ,,...
Coburg Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914
.Coburg Pictures. * Good houses at the above pictures still continue, being the outcome of good selections of programmes as pro vided by the management. Last Sa turday night Carl Brady, a comedian, made a successful appearance and brought plenty of applause for his ef forts. Next Saturday the star pic ture billed is "The Salvage of the Third Foor Back."' This story is very interesting and surrounds a gambler's life at card parties, etc.. leading to many sensational situations, and de tectives are. set to work, and after a ser:ies of desperate adventures to avoid arrcst, we see the gamblers crossing from one house to another by a lad der placed right across the street. This picture is very fine, and should not be missed. Tuesday night a splendid Nordisk dramatic romance will be presented, which is splendidly acted. The unique interiors and outside scenes combine to make "The Awakening" a perfect t:iumph. All Nordisk pictures are good. and "The Awakening" is con sidered the finest pic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 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, Moreland 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 Auction Sales of Property and Subdivision of Land by our Auctioneer, Mr. THos. 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, Employers' Liability, Motor Cars, &c. effected. REFEREN...
A DAMAGED HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914
A DAMArGED HOUSE. .Archibald Kennedy, a middle-aged man, was charged with wilfully de stroying property in -Moore's road. Defendant pleaded not guilty and was defended by MIr. H. MA. Evans. William H. Sewell, estate agent, de nosed that in consequence of what he heard hlie went to the house in MBoore's road last Tuesday and heard a noise ,s of a hammer being used. On going inside witness found that the walls in all the rooms had been knocked nabont with a ,.hammer, and damage to the amount of at least £25 had been done, though it would take' infinitely more than that to put it in good order -in. Witness was the agent for the property, and witness sold it on 27th Decoember to a Mrs. Smallman. Mrs. Kennedy, wife of defendant, was the nrevious owner. Defendant was very excited, and said if he had known the rlace was sold he would not have done what he did. Defendant resisted the nolice. and it required assistance to handcuff him. Witness was also agent for MIrs. Kennedy. To Mr. Evans: ...
CRICKET. SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. BRUNSWICK V. MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914
CRICKET. SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. BRUNSWICK V. MALVERN. Brunswick and Malvern met at Brunswick. Malvern were without Ro gers (on holidays), and took in Rice from the second eleven. The locale started badly, losing Leslie and Howe for 11, but Dowling and McKenzie took the score to 80. Dowling got 34 (five 4's) by free and faultless batting. McKenzie, who was caught in the slips by Hughes, made no error in get ting 47. He hit two G's (both off Pitts) and five 4's. Seven were out for 107. but Hodder ahd Hyett added 40 in 34 minutes. Hyett, who made 21 (three 4's), hit a. ball hard, it re bounded off the wicketkeeper's pads on to the wicket, and he was run out. Another useful stand was made by Hoclder and Bridges, who took the score from 147 to 178, when Bridges (21, three 4's) was magnificently caught by the bowler (Page) off a hard drive. The innipgs lasted 140 minutes, Hodder carrying his bat for 32 (five 4's), made -in an hour. Beattie got five wickets for 32 runs off 54 balls. Page, t...
Brunswick Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914
Brunswick Rifle Club. The thirteenth club shoot took place at Port Melbourne on Saturday. con -i'tinu_ of fourteen shots at 300 yds. The scores count for the 'Fleming,' Pain.' and 'Burt trophies. Scores: Sc. HRep. Ttl. .T.'Lcheny . ...... 66 3 69 .1. Young . 64 4 68 W. Snth . ...... 62 5 67 A. Smons .. ...... 61 5 66 ( Rice . 60 5 65 A. Rice . .a& 8 5 63.. G. oran ........ 57 6 63 .T. TLyle ............ 583 ,5 63 I. Palmer ..... .. ... 57 .5 62 H-T. Pattison. 53 8S 61 A. Johnston .... t57. 4 61 1. Harner .. .. . 54 7 61 E. Clement .... . . 50 8 58 E. Esnonuf ..52 T. Hichet. 40 . 16 56 I. Rampling .. 52 4 56 P. Anderson. 52 4 56 D. B3rown .... . 46 S 54 A. Slater , . 4 3 6 49
COBURG V. FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914
COBURG V. FOOTSCRAY. This match was commenced on the Footscrav ground on Satnurday. Stranks lost the toss, and naturally Coburg had to field. O'Sliannessy and .Tohannson opened to the howling of Letch and Andrews. O'Shannessy ouickly got a. boundary off Andrews, who was bowling against a strong wind. The wicket was very fast. and nine were scored off Anderson's first over. A revenge came, however, Letchl clean howling O'Shannessy, who had not scored. Gleeson. a left-hander. filled the vacancy. Johanason laid on the wood and sent Andrews for three. Stan. Huntington failing to field the ball. Gleeson followed this iin with a four, and smacked Letch round to leg, but the ball. was smartly fielded by Stranks. and a bare one re sulted. Gleeson then hit out at An derson and scored a six, the hall bounding over the fence. Another four to Johannson,. off Letch. brought up 30. The score crept up with couples and fours. Shortly afterwards Letch had his second success, clean bowling Gleeson. w...
Friendly Societies. ROYAL CHARTER LODGE, NO. 50, P.A.F.S. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914
Friendly Societies. ROYAL CHARTER LODGE, NO. 50, P.A.F.S. For the first meeting of Royal Char ter, No. 50, Brunswick P.A'.F.S. Lodge, after the holidays, tiherie was a really good attendance of oflor rs and brethren on the tlh. The .1.,l 3ro. Wilkins, occupied the chiiaiir, ani was warmly welcomed, thiý being ten first meeting he has i1 1pr -0. i. ovtr. T'here was a goofd da of iitp x l'.rixnt rorrespondence. One letter wa ot suchI a nature that its considerati on was of great inportance, and it 1a aowed to stand over till next rme tin fior de cisionIl. An intimation was received from tal Geelong Loie, stating ilthat the brethren were visitilng Brunswick on the 26th (A.N.A. dal for the pur pose of meeting No. 50 in a cricket contest. and all iimembers of thle lodge are to meet at the cricket match on Saturday, 10th and make iarranige ments for suitabx1 cntertaining the visitors. One oxmliber was admitted v clearance. Accounits- inclunding sick to six members. were passecd for paymen...
Brunswick Mechanics' Institute. To the Editor of "The Brunswick and Coburg Leader." [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914
Brunswick Mechanics' Institute. To the Editor of "TThe Brunswick and Coburg Leader.' - Sir.-W\hen is anything going to be done with the Mechanics' Institute? During this week a. large -portion of the fence along Glenly-on road simply fell down with decany. It is absolutely useless attemptinig to spend money 'i'tching the buildines or fences,. Ihich areo rapidly goin'r to pieces. The 'ouncil and the committee of the In stitute are very censurable over the '.y in making the necessary altera tions which are urgently required. 1lests the public take the matter up 'to dilapidation now existing will get worse and it will he confusion worse confounded. -Yours, etc.. PROGRESS.
Choirmaster's Conduct and Comments. To the Editor of "The Brunswick and Coburg Leader." [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914
Choirmaster's Conduct and Comments. To the Editor of "The Brunswirick and. Coburg Leader." Sir,-Thile heinous impropriety of publishing in the press eminently pri vate statements and defaming the ac tions of vicar, wardens, choristers and even defenceless ladies, for no appar ct purpose than the stirring up of strife in the parish, may well be left to the fair-minded public of the north ern suburbs, who will doubtless use it for both a measuring and correcting rotd. Probably this was }your reason for publishing. As for every good reason the Rev. tMr. Wood is forbidden to refer to- the matter, there are certain points need iog soime explanation to those of your readers who are not of the Anglican communion. It will be naturally con eluded that _Mr. Bailey is a church man of some importance. To me and other local churchmen consulted, he is nothing more than the score and one carpet-baggers to be met every mnonth, ninny arriving by means of State aid and then further by State influence...
The Essendon Election. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914
The Essendon Election. The polling booth at the Public -lall., Bell street, and the Infant School, DeCarle street, Moreland, in the Coburg division of the Essendon electorate, were scenes of busy acti vity during portions of the day yester day. At the luncheon hour, and also between 8 and 9 o'clock in the morn ing when business people were going to catch their tramins, there was a fair influx of voters; but naturally the big rush came between 6 o'clock and the time of closing the poll, 7 o'clock. Vehicles and motors were in evidence during the day bringing in distant and aged or luxurious electors to the poll, and the e were emissaries of both the Libera'l and the LaboP parties working energetically in support of their par tieular champions. The result was not known until af ter we haid gone to press.
THE LETTERS OF CAPTAIN SCOTT. THE HERO OF THE SOUTH POLE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914
THE LETTERS OF CAPTAIN SCOTT. THE HERO OF THE SOUTH POLE. Captain Scott's letters from the South Pole are being published. Some are very pathetic. To the mother of "Little Bowers," Captain Scott wrote as follows: "We are very near the end of our journecy, and I ani finishing it in company with two gallant, noble gentlemen. One of these is youlr son. -Fe has colme to be one of nily closest and soundest friends, and I appreciate his wonderful, upright nature, his ability and energy. As the troubles have thickened, his dauntless spirit ever shone brighter, and he has re mainced cheerful, hopeful and indonm itable to the end. The ways of Pro videne- arie inscrutable, luit there must he sonie reason why such a yoeilug, vigorous and promising life is taikeni. To the end he has talked of you and his sisters. One sees what a happy home he must have had. and perhaps it is well to look hack on nothing but happiness. Hie remains unselfish, self-reliant and splendidly hopeful to the end, believ...
Should Men and Women Bathe Togerher. TWO LORD MAYORS ON MIXED BATHING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914
Should Men and Women Bathe Togerher. TWO LORD 1 MAYORS ON MIXED BATHING. With the summer at its height the metropolitan newspapers are. as us utal, discussing very fiercely the ques tion of mixed bathing Views on both sides are expressed %y scores of cor respondents, and "Ererylady's Jour nal" has been to the trouble of col lecting the ideas of such notable pco ole as the Lord Mayors of Sydney and Melbourne, Archbishop Mannix and C:Inon Hughes, the Conunissioner of Police and a lady doctor. the Ameri can, French. and German consuls, and Mr. "Snowy" Baker, the famous surf champion. The views of these -varietd lolk. it may be added, are illustrated with :a number of magnificent camera views that seem also to offer arguments on both sides of the vexed question: '"Should Mixed Bathing Be Encour aged ?" The majority of people :asked replied in' favour of mixed bathing within reasonable limits. T1he Lord Mayor of Melbourne thinks ithat. "the sea is quite big enough for both men and women ...
The Barber's Art. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914
The Barber's Art. --4-- Accustomed to the deft dexterity of the up-to-date barber. the Briton who in the course of a tour of the world placed himself unreservedly in the hands of the tonsorial artists in the various countries visited would have some surpri-inS exper iences to relate on his return home. The methods in 'vo ue i:n manty parts of the world are described in the ' New York Iloerai. Nearly all the barib'ers in Tripoli are Itaiians, and the shotps are as well equipped as tIhose of the Ital ian cities. The atve Arab bar bers require . "air of scis sors, apair a Iliprs, and a razor for their e uipmtent. They ere't their tempo rr\- shojis in the niarket-places t. st'readinz some nat ting over a ion' rolos. Arabs have their heads S1d0v04, keepina he hair short so that the l bite skull cap over which thle fe- i'- a ora will fit closely. There are man : I" aria'rs- in Muscat, Omta i, but no ba1rber1 shot s. Weal thy persons are attnt doei in tIheir own homes, ahibile the poorer c...
CARE FOR THE MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914
CARE FOR THE MILK. The following statement, made by Professor 0. F. Hanziker before the farmers attending the short courses at Purdue, sums up in a few wordsj the situation relative to the care of milk and cream. on the farm : "Cleanliness and low temperature are .the fundamental essentials in the proper care and handling of milk and cream, regardless of what disposition may be made of the product. The purpose of these essentials is to pre vent or retard bacterial fermenta tions which shorten the life and im pair the keeping quality and whole someness of mil' and its products. When the dairyman disregards these essentials he becomes a menace to the health and life of the consumr!r and a demoralising factor of the markets of dairy products, curtailing the financial success of his own busi ness. With due attention to the pro per care of milk and cream he be comes a benefactor to the human family, a promoter of high quality of dairy products, and a guardian of the welfare and prosperit...
LADY FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914
LADY FARMERS. ------~ -- Sedgewick, a community in that district of the Western Canadian prairies, known as Central Alberta, is six thousand' miles distant from Great Britain, but it is the location of a colony of settlers from the Old Country who were attracted to the ready-made farms prepared here by the Canadian Pacific Railway. Most of the farmers under this scheme are married men, but on one of the farms on this colony are two bachelor girls (they are too young to be referred to as spinsters). To this farm Mr. H. A. Kennedy, a well known writer, recently paid a visit. "Two young ladies," he says, "are working in partnership. They find no difficulty in the arrangement, though the average farmer out there assures you that partnerships are unwork able in such a business. Each mem ber is responsible for her own depart ment, but is always ready to help the other. 'Miss Wittrick looks after the dairy and the house,' said her partner, Miss Jack May, 'and she is a beautiful butter make...
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED IMPOSTOR, OR, THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 9. CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 16 January 1914
ALL RIGHTS RESDBRVED. A \BAFLEO"' - - OR,------ THE HEIRp TO A DUKEDOMf: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. --4----- By 8. W. Hopkins, Author of "On Four Brass Plates," etc., etc. PART 9. CHAPTER XI.--tcontinued.) "I have heard of you, Sir Peter," she said ; and her voice was low and sweet. "You are the friend of Lord Chester, are you not ? Such a good. kind friend as you have been to him, too." She placed her hand in that of Sir Peter, who scarcely knew what he was doing, so completely had the beauty of this woman driven from him his boasted calmness. She was beautiful beyond compare on the stage. She was doubly beautiful at close range, and without the arti fices of the stage. Sir Peter sat down. "I was his friend," he said in re ply to her last remarks. "I was the friend of Lord Chester until that un grateful young man insulted me to my very face." "Insulted you ? Lord -hester in sulted -ou ? Why, the ungrateful fel low ! How could he do such a thing as that?" "I'll tell you," said Sir Pe...