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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

SOCIAL. · ---~--+-- Mrs. Douglas E. Stewanrt gave : chairming party at her residence. Syd. ney road, Brunswick. on Tuesday aft ternoon, 19th inst. The interior oi tlhe house was bea utifully adopted tP such an occasion, and the rooms were very picturesjue and covered artistic, all with rich autumn foliage and roses and chrysanthenumus. Mrs. Stew, art. was~ gwIed attranetively in umoon light blue crepe meteor. with soft cr sage of marquisette. finished hy a col lar of white shadow Ince, and receivc: her guests in the hall. She was as .is:ced in her hloslitable duties by Mrs.: Courlnay, her sistier, who was robed in French grey crrepecule silk. with short t nic of ninon aniid Watteaui hat of deep pink. with blue flowers forming the taclhepeigue. Mliss ;Noel Geddes na'\e several songs at the piano in finished stle: Mr. M Roper contrihiited a song and Miss Trene Sinons a piano. forte solo. A dainty afternoon te: was served in the dining room, whicli was prettily anud artistically decora...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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PRIDE OF THE EAST BRUNSWICK TENT, I.O.R., 311. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

PRIDE OF THE EAST BRUNS WICK TENT, I.O.R;, 311. The above held their quarterly meet in- oil May 14. the C.1., Bro. Ma. hony. iln the chair. Two new nemnbers wore p-ropo.e. .Bro. Lathain then took the chair. Officers electted:-C.R. Bro. 1Hntc?k: D.R.. Bro. Ellis: sec., Bio Payn.e: irons.. Bro. Dick;:- M.S.' Bro. Shi,,'wo l: W.S., Bro. Tsbister.;t Lev., Bro,. .[McColl: guardianu Bro. Birdi ;i!litors. Bros. Lyons., WoolardI Sup ,,i-','unets. C.R.. D.R., Bird Dick, Flls-ntihal. Tshiter. and Fennel; Tent -,p.. r,.\ DTick: press corres.. B. Fel-: .-nthiln. iBro. L athami installed t.he ol'tiO.r anul i .,I r a shoi-t t account iof hi; -ytydlniy trip. iNxt lodge night a -1'k<w niht awl presentation to our P.C.R. ?<ister Bird'k. the first'- lady: nmii?er I'to ,' hrout.hl the chair. .Our. .luni,: "',are <~i>n; to joint, the 'Metro politan Fo'otal'; A.\-ociation, and. they Ails, wn the Quoits Tournament after a hali t ru.-l.o firom Northeote.

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WEDDING BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

WEDDING BELLS. A pretty -weddinig was recently cele hrated at St. Paul's R.C. Church, Co bulrg. when Mr. Geo. Pallister, of H.M.A.S. Yarra, eldest son of Mrs. Pallistcr and the late Mr. Pallister, of Leeds. England. was nimarried to Miss Mona Collier,. dlaughter of the lat" MTr. and Mrs. Collier. The Rev. Fa ther HF-ayes performed the ceremony. Thei bride was given away by Mr. J. D). McDonald (from whose house she was marriedl), and wore a black and white check costume, and hat. of royal blue silk, and looked beautiful. Her only bridtesmnid w-as Miiss Alma .Mc Donald. Later on at the breakfast toasts were honored andi musical items contributed. The bride was the reci pient of a great number of pretty and useful presents. Thle bride's present to the bridesgroomn was a set of ebony backed military brushes and case; bridegroom to bride, cheque and silver bag; and to the bridesmaid he gavo a handsome gold bangle. The happy couple \'ent to Ballarat by the express train, and after remaini...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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COBURG BRANCH A.W.A., NO. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

C?BURC BRANC.I L.W.A., NO. 30. SThe half yearly meeting of the above bhianch was held in the. Council chanm bers on Thursday, 21st May; There was a good attendance. the president ,Mr;s. Morrisonu) .hbeing in the chair. Board member Mrs. Shannon came to instal the officers. and in doing so gave each good advice, which was ap precinted by al. The office-benrans se as follows:--President, Mrs. M?.lrison (re-electedY;: :vice-president, Miss NŽor thousen ?(r·e-electcd); Secr'etar'y. Mliss. Evans (re-elected); treasurer\ M\1s R. Fowler; assistant secretary, Miss O. Fowler: committee, Mrs. Evans, Misses Nicholls, Warren, J. Northou sen, J. Mathieson, au~ditors, Mi~scs Rolls and Brown;: press correspondent, Miss O. Fowler; social secretarv, JMiss Northousen. lThe aboe' members all1 suitably responded to .Mrl. Shannon. Miss Rolls moved that :a hearty vote of thanks be passed to Mrs. Shannon; seconded by Mrs. Evans. President tMrs. Morrison conveyed the vote of thanks in the usual way. M ?r-s...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Baseball. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

Baseball. ---4---- In the B Grade, the Brunswick team played Argus team last Saturday, and suffered defeat hby 5 to 3. The locals played wellt. and welre not by nny means disgraced. They will give n bet ter account of themselves later ou.

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The Fawkner Benefit. FOOTBALL MATCH AND SPORTS. A SPLENDID GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

The Fawkner Benefit. FOOTBALL MATCH AND SPOIRTS. A S'Pl1,ENDID GATHERING. F1< t'lhe first time in the history of tl;ow er1 there was a football match 1(d .Nol'ts, hIlwld on Saturday, Mlay 23, olt t he' onk?lcnr glroinlitds. the occasion h.in :t beneiit to r. arid 1Mrs. Cor ll. Althou tth it was an ieasy win for Inc-h Park. tie nmatch was inter I-tint throtighout. As this was F:awk w.'s firi thatch, there is no doubt they , iil improve. C'o:rker Groves. the ohl-tinle foot hnller. is the Faikncr captain, and h1- play u\ rp'ritsed all xcsectations: hr still has a rveat dash atid will no Itmlhlt nmke a ttam+, for himself and his ('hi. A\ . ihAskii somcentd iin his iiy when iafter the hall, and outplay t' uIt of ihis watch'ers. oeI one oeeasitet dIlfeattin not less tihan five oplpneti s. if he plays with norte tare he is the makin l s of a fine foothbal ler. 31I-\Keigh ltays n very neat ganme. a nd there is la,-l ,letht he is one ½f Fvlwe"'.s hlist. li:Irty Wihiot wa-a pta!iae...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

LB ?, ,?] For the famous AUGUST FOSTER PIANOS. ESTABLISHED 1885. Terms Arranged Organs, Violins, and other Musical Instruments, Phonographs, Records, Music, Etc., Etc. _____ ~ ad, BRUNSWICK. : ' . '" ", •Bruubwick T H. LO 456 SYDNEY ROAD, BRUNSWCI. ??o 4. S5 Brunswick's Leading Jeweller, Watchmaker and Optician. R Jeviellery, Watches, Clocks, Electroplate, Brushes, Mirrors, Hand Bags, Etc., Etc., to GIVEN AWAY FREE very Cash Customer. You can chose your own Free Gift, as any article will be given freely and without any fuss. We also do Cash or Terms if itwill Suit you. Why not Call To.day? BEATTIE and CO-. The Leading Tailors. Give them a Trial for Suits or Ladies' Costumes. Our Motto," CiVILITY." II PIA C?S9° 'U~-Y"x"~" p A bX)ON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. 334-336 SYDNEY RO)AD, (Near Methodist Church And at 870 Sydney Road. A-ge, t for Suttons. A BOON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. MARKS BROS. 33-!-336 .c;-DNEY [ )D, (near Methodist C:urch) And at 870 Sydu y Nou...

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Lacrosse. B Section. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

Lacrosse. B Section. Coburg played Hawthorn aInst Satur day, and defeated them, the scores be ing:-Coburg, 7; Hawthorn, 2.

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Political Labor Council. BRUNSWICK BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

Political Labor Council. BI3RUNSWICK BIANC-H. Tile reglnr fortnighltly meeting of the above brancn was hetld in the Be chabite Haltl on 30th Aplril last. TDur ing the past few mlonths this branch has so added to its numerical strength that the present inet ing place was foundtl inadequate to tpr:vide suitabtle aneeontnaoda tion fir" n1,5 etin and social pr'po.es. The question of securing a lager hall has hien under considera tion for somine time. outicome of which the secretar.v Mr. 1'. Siangman. ire ported thatt 1rri gelteilnts were now compbet(id t'o" the future meetings to take place in lithe Tctmin Hall, Vic toria street. On the rtception of the r,,sort it wa.i unanimously decided that the opening moting should tale lhe form of a social and pound night, to celehrate the occasion of the change of nmeeting pilaces. This suglgestion was given ptractical effort to on Thurs day. Il4iith inst., dancing heing tlhec chi.f fi'aiure 1.of the evening, while the oler folk enjoyed themselvos...

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THE HARRIERS. COBURG HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

THE HARRIERS. COBURG HARRIERS. Coburg (10), St.. Thomas' (21). ran at Cohurg over 5 miles of good coun try. Two packs were formed, the fast pack (whipped by A. Cash) holding a mile run-in, which resultedl as follows: Secombe anrdl Don Hidcer (St. Thomas') 1st. V. Ehrenstrom (Coburg) 2nd. The first for the slows: Wardrop (St. Tho mae') 1st, C. Smith (Coburg) 2nd. Saturday, 30th Mlay: Coburg, com bined with Mordialloc. at Coburg; take horse tranm, 2.415. BRUNVSWICK HARRIERS. Brunswick (21) hold a 5-muile run ant Brunswick. W. O'ilanlon had the pace rihbbon, and W. V. Aitken the whip. After a go?l ruu the club were entertained at afternoon tea hy t'he president's wife (Mrs. Mar:ch), rwhich was fully appreciated. Next. Saturday Brunswick run at. N. Essendon. with Caulfield Tally HIo and Essendon. A 300 yards club race will he run in connection with the com petition. R eprese tatives will he pick ed for the second teams' race also. Kleep on the move, Brunswick.

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LOYAL ALBION LODGE, M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

LOYAL LBO..- LODGE, M. U.I.O.O.F. Th. e above held its fo·tnightly meet: ing- ait,.:thti Quirr Hall :on Thursday. evening,- May 21st?t The N.G. Bro. A. Grimster, opened- the lodge, and onitie :suggestion of P.G. Bro. J. ITeeps the lodge adjourned for -five minutes.. out of respect for late sec retai'y Bro. A. Clark. The latter held the position :for the past fourteen :ears, his fathlier having held the posi eion before him since 1860. Later in the evening a.iesolutioni was agreed to conveying the condolence of the brcth ren t.o his widow and family. Mem .iers in their remarks paid a great coinplimenit to th? way he carried out his du.ties. P.P.D.. T. Mackwell, who ih:is been closely associated with the nworking of thlie lodge for nearly half a century. spoke of the splendid reports by the inspectors, having regard to :the excessively good manner in which his books were kept. P.G. Bros. J. 'l?eps, \GeoI re and Oakley. spoke most Ieelinglv and regarded it as a serious loss to the lodg...

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CRICKET. I.O.R. CRICKET COMPETITION. FINAL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

CRICKET. 1.O.R. CRICKET' COMPETITION. FINAL MATCH. Clifton Hill B. Brunswick, won by Clifton Hill by 50 runs, who also wins premiership of 1.O.R.C.A. of 1913-114: Brunswick I.O.R. team, rmnnelrs-up. Scores: Brunswickr first innings 175. s(econd innings 151, total 32;U Clifton Hilli first innings .-.., second innings 191, total 376.

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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES COBURG P.A.F.S. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES C(OBJrU: P.k.V.S. The quart'ri\ mc't'in of aMbove was held at Disjcn, arI Hall, Coburg, on 2dth inst.. when A .er, was a record at.Lenin?'ce. T, joliwing officers worn, .lctet :--( W.3t.. Bro. Fallon; D \1., Bri. Plbilips; Chaip., Bro. Sher b,(k: -, Ut.. Bo. Halwi c.: assa. sec., 'rro. Norton: S.E.. Bro. Rowre J;E;J Bro. C. Wright : .G.. Bro. Parker; Ci(... Buo. GCore: aduitors, Bros. Minuphy nnd 1nl-dspeth. Installation ceretolm will take place on t~he 15th June.

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Coburg Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

Cohurg Pictures. In spite of the many ailmost insur mont tableh diftieulties stch as position with a tram service that, is worse thalin none, thlie management have by ('redit :tbh, phtt-k anid tenacity of purlpose. grad(uially established, Lake T Hall in the favor of the pitblic. as ta platce where l tal prIotle sluffering Ilnder a I ,isirnaee fulI transit service can rely (o finditngi a refinted aitd lup-t -datt, ,nttertatitment that- is always worth the price. On Satirdhivy, the 30th May. two star picttres will be screened. viz., Ja:ck Johlns.:n's Adven.ure, in 'atris: ,000 feet. hv the lono Co.: a recorlI breknliig pi'ct.ttre in iwhich two of the imost talked of boerts in the world ap peat-, viz.. Jack Johnsot and ( eorg,, Carplntitier. Also ta Hiihland Romance -a beauntiful 90(00 feet picture by the Dominio Co. On Motid; y nighlit. Jinte st, thite se lected star picture is entitled Cards a 938(1 feet prodnuction hiv thle famous Itala Co. This picture is of consistent ly line qta...

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The Brunswick Quarry. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

The Brunswick Quarry. The following Qunarry return for month eudod 30th Apr-il. 1914, was lpre.-etlted to the Bruonswick Council on Monday last:- Expcnditure. , Interestc and dcpeciation .. i £48 :: 0,0 (Ilterest it I 3-8thli p.c., mnd depre-ciation on build-::. ints a1 land at oi p. - nnd on machinery, 10 pae.) {",. Formanu's wages ;- - '0 TLaourl12 . Tar .... .. ., .8" 21 O Siel,- e.plovesniyip ~ ermnsi ? ;. . SK5'AS-t12 0 \ iei of Output C ent Thtcs C yds. " 895: nietal,'ml ::a4g?9i· :179 -2 0 24,i screenitiugs. :!'it 50 8?1 10 0 7 topoings.. At p 1s I0 0 03 dust, ait -s.i .-1?. 5 0 12.5 tunricd scleceiimgs: '; a"t i87 10 0 8(i tarred toppings: 'i 2 2(6 96 1.5 0 102 spills. it , , - --?j'?? 10 1, 0 3 soil, at,' ls.., : 3 0 2t 1 sahinanider at ::?:1 8 0 L81 1" 0 l :ilt ciisiilior tixo·~~~~:'\?y~; ltd ed in nbo - ?,' ,, £6o . 0 P. S ROBINSO City-s Sre-or. ____________

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Coburg Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

Coburg Police Court. At the Coburg Police Court on the 27th inst. about 30 drill shirkers were charged with failing to attend drill. The majority were committed to the Qucenscliff Fortress for 20 days, and some discliharged on promising to put in the requisite drill. VALUATION APPEAL. John Gloster, senior warder in the Melbourne Gaol, appealed against a -valuation of £7 put on his land in R.ichard street, Coburg. Mr. Hickford appeared for the Council and Dr. Jones for Mr. Gloster. The appeal was dismissed, witbh 42s. costs against Mr. Glos~ter.

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

General News. --- 4--c- - A grand benefit dlance, in aid of Mrs. Cornell. Fawkner, will be held at the Lake Hall. Coburg, on Wednes day, ,June 3rd; dancing from 8 to 11. The tickets are at the popular prices of Is.. gents.: 6d.. ladies. Mr. E. H. Moss. of Fawkner store, is the pro moter of this charitable and worthy object. It. is stated that the Brunswick Council is retrenching, and with that object in view is dispensing with the services of day laborers, sweepers and dravmen. Some of the men, who are being put off have been employes of the council for between ten and twenty years, and their complaint is that younger men are being kept on, alithough comparatively new arrivals in the services of the municipality. through undue influence. Some time ago the council decided that in cases of the reduction of the staff, married men should be kept on in preference to single men. At the Lyric Theatre. commencing ont June 1st, the No. 1 star dranma. Thor (of Celtic name), Lord of the ,Jungl...

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Brunswick City Council. MONDAY, MAY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

Brunswick City Council. MONDAY, MAY 25. Present: The Mayor (Crl. J. Mill ward), Crs. Allard, \Waxman, Hick ford, Plhillips. Fleminig, Johnson and Jewell, MLP. Correspo:ldence. From iRoyal Conlmission on Housing Conditions of the People. lengthy in formation a- to Council's po\\wer re horrowing, purchasing land andl erect dwellings for workers. etc. Referred to Puiblie Works Conmittee. From North Brunswick l'romress As sociation, re amount of Couinci's over draft on 1st. 17th and 30th April last, stating a reply before Association'~s next meeting would oblige. Referred to Finance Committee. Fromn same, re Council's letter of 14th iniist, and stating delegates would attend Council's next meOting. Rtefer red to Public Works. Front P. Doran. re iuse of rooms at rear of 3Mr. J. Moronicy's, 108 Unakly stree t west as a private gymnasinum. Referred to tI-ealth Committee. Fronm Met. Board of Works, muin utites of meetingii on 12tl May. From J. G. Smithh sutgesting move mnuent to raise funds...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

Personal. The Mayoress of Brunswick (Mrs. J. Millward) requests that tihe young la dies who desire to take part in tlhe debutante set at the Mayoral Ball on 23rd June will send their names to the Town Clerk, Town Hall, Bruns wick. ++++ The final meeting of the Druids Gala local committee was held on the even ing of the 27th inst., at the Mlayor's room, Town Hall. Brunswick. The la dies collected Co506 gross, lthe nett pro fit heing .C£369 1-Is., whiih is falr ahead of nlast year. .Jolrn Franklin, of John street, Briunswick. got injured in Wellington parade on the 26th inst., in pluckily rsceuing a cyclist who had fallen in friont of a trameanr. He is a married man, and his action is to be com mended. The death is anorneed, on 23rd inst., at her sister's residence (Mrs. 1. Holt., 310 Victoria street, East Brins wick). of Florence Hood, aged 51 yea rs. We regret to annoulnce thIe death. on 23rd inst., at t he residence of hIer son-in-law (Mr. [1. Biggs, De Carle st.. Brunswick), of Re...

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Lawn Tennis. L.T.A.V. PENNANT COMPETITION. Grade C. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

Lawn Tennis. L.T.A... PENNAN\T COMPE'IT ON. Grade C. 13Brunswick v. Victorin.-Kuhn and Mulncahey (B.) d. Stewart and ScrIgg (V.), 6-4, 6-2, a'd d. Mitchell and Mclntyre (V.). 6--. 1-6. 9-7: Wha Icy and Donagan (r.) lost to Mlitchell and IcTIntyre. 5--6. 26-6, and d. Stewart and Seragg, i -3. (6--2. To tals: Brunswiick, 3 rubbers . se ts. 47 games: V\ictoria, 1 riubhber, 3 sets l .1 gares. Grade D. Brunswick v. Hawth irn.--DaI\ron and Spencer (B.) d. Hie itt and Wonod (H.), 3-6, 6-l, (--3, and d. Blan shard anrd Wilkinson (1H., 4-; , 16. S--ti: Kellock and Robeirts (B.) d. Blanshard and Wilkinson, 6-b5 1-(. 0--1., and los, to Hewitit ;taid mood. (I--ti. (6-4, 1-6. Totals:--Bruns"wick. : rh rubbers, 7 soets. 5 " inms" Haw thor:n, 1 rubber, 5 sets, ..8 games.

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