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Mr. Frank Anstey's Sunday Night's Address at the Bijou. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

Mr. Frank Anstey's Sunday Night's Address at the Bijou. To the EXlitor. Sr.--Mr. Frank Anstey spoke at the Bijou Theatre on Sunday night last. He said the Labor Party was bound to legislate in tile interests of the working classes, whom, it represen ted. and that industrial awards shouldi plily only to lnionists, or else nion Unionists should be compelled to s:hare the cost of getting them. He might, and should. have added these wordsc "or abandon the henefits of imrteased -wages and decreased hours of labor se enred through their inst rumentality." A q(uestion that a!so incidentally ,rises is, who are "the working classes?" Of cotnise neatly every p'erson1 performn s work of a mental nlor ilphysical eharanc tr, ihut it mar he assllumlled that he did not hIve tliofn all in vi,,i. Tle proper i-course to fix ,thi line of deiiar citioin hert e Iwould e to determinie first who is a "'worker" in the IParty nc etlptation of the term. and havini'i, onec found this out, to consclidato, and ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Football. BRUNSWICK DRAW WITH PRAHRAN. FINE STAMINA OF LOCALS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

Football. BRUNSWICK DRAW WITH PRAH RAN. FINE STAMINA OF LOCALS. In the first quarter Prahran got 3 goals 4 hehinds to Brunswick's 3 goals 1 behind, but the lead of three points was nothing of importance. Prahran drew fur ther away in the second qunar ftor, at the end of which they led by ten points, having 7 goals 6 behinds to Brunswick's 6 goals 2 behinds. In the third quarter r rahran led by 3 goals, with scores 10.9 to 7.7, and that hlad was retained up to withlin ten minutes of time. Then Chase dash ed through with the ball and gave Topham a chance to score a. goal. Soon afterwards Gillespie, who had been broughlt up from the back lines, made a fine daosh and got another goal, which left, Brunswick only a goal to the bad. There was a fierce andt vivid ly exciting struggle about Prahran's posts, and( one of the Brunswick for wards. who could not be picked out of the c(rush, screwed the ball over his head and made the scores absolutely weven. 'PThe excitement was not yert over. On...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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The Future of Campbellfield. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

TitunewicI antb obure 2lcaber. PUBLISHED ON FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1914 The Future of Campbell field. Campbellfield is a picturesque, ele vated locality, within nine miles of the Melbourne Post. Office. It should be an easily accessible suburb of the metropolis. But Campbellfield is Camp bellfield is generally associated with undulating farms, large herds of cat tle, and agistment fees. To hear some people, with little geographical per ception, chatter, one would really think that Campbellfield was away in the back blocks, where the smell of new harvested hay, the perfume of skimmed milk, and the 'lowing of kine filled the atmosphere. That there are poetic attributes a bout Campbellfield cannot be denied. It is beautifully situated. It has fine commanding po sitions where the eye can stretch itself away to the waters of Hohson's Bay on the one hand. and the lofty sum mits of the Dividing Range on the other. It is situate close to the great est artery in Australia-the Sydney...

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

Auctioneers and Estate Agents. I TS, t STNLEY & COY. ----- F~M's.L.. (MOREtLAND'S LEADING AGENTS) AUCTIONEER, SWO I VALUATOR, SUB-DIVISIONAf L LAND EXPERTS, RENT COLLECTORS, FURNITURE SALESMEN. Have a large and com:plcte list of IiHouses and Land for Sale in Brunswick, Moreland and Coburg, from £250. Small Deposit. Rent Terms. IPHONE BRUNSWICK 46. CONSULT --THE LEADING--- Auctioee ad Proerty Salesmen NEW AND COMIIODIOUS PREMISES, SYDNE'Y UAD, Corner of Blyth Street. EST:\ABI.iSEI? 16 YEARS. OUR SPECLiALY-- ---- Auction Sales of Property and Subdivision of Land by our Auctioneer, Mr. Tuos. 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, &...

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

Professional Column. Miss Ethel rowne, SOPRfANO VOCgLIST. Teacher of MIusic, Singing, and Voice Production.. 144 Blyth Street, Brunswick. Miss Beatrice ,Hallam TEACHER OF SINGING and VOICE PRODULTION. PUPIL of Miss Edith Littlewood and of Madame Emery Gould. TERMS MODERATE. "Waverley," 30 Mayfielci Street, COBURG. MISS M. S. PARKHURST, D.M.S.V. A.LC.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 334 SYDNEY ROAD BRUNSWICK. At Allan's Collins Street, City, Wednes days. Private Address: 123 PARK ST. PARKVILLE. Terms Mloderate. Mr. W. Graham Weir EXPERT PROFESSOR of VOICE CULTURE, AND Miss Vera Weir, DISTINGUISHED YOUNG VIOLINISTE, Receive pupils at 400 SYDNEY ROAD. SINGING, Elocution, Piano, Violin (Man by System), Theory, Circulars, Tes timonials, particulars at address from Mr. Laught. Mandoline Taught Terms Moderate. Rapid Progress. 16 JESSIE STREET, N...

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

Coburg v. Clifton Hill. Colurh journeyed to Clifton Hill lIst Sat.irday, and mtot with their se* eond dlefeat of thle season. IThe "ano was flast and strenuousll. CobllI pllut np a good game. Clifton Hill could not go wrong. Ther kicl ked 7goals without a behind. Scores: First quarter: Coburg" 3.3; Clifton Hill, 3.0. Second quarter: Coburg, 5.3: Clif ton Hill: 7.2. Third quarter: Coburg, 6.3; Clifton Hill. 9.3. Final scores: Coburg, 6.6; Clifton Hill. 10.2. Coluuig's goal kickerrs were J. Lee. F. Il untinr:on, C. nutcher. J. Con nohl. H. Woolacott. B. Chapman. blest nil:uvers for Cloburg wc'-e .r. Lee, H. McHale. . H. ulcahy. G. Marsh, L. Broom. D. Gilbert. C. Butcher, G. (ilbert, T. O'U. 'ahloran. Cohurg were weak on the forward line against. Clifton Hill. Coburg -players, etc., are requested to catchll 1.32 p.m. train from Coburg ni. 2.5 p.m. from Flinders street to Glenferrie to play Hawthorn. 'lhe premiership list to date is: Richmond District, 20 points;. Bal. main, 16; Clifton...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Melbourne District Football Association. BRUNSWICK JUNIORS BEAT BALMAIN. FINE PLAY BY JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

Melbourne District Football Association. BRUNSWITCK JUTNIORS BEAT BAL MAIN. FINE PLAY BY JUNIORS. The local juniors played the nunlde feated Balmni n (Richmond) on the Brunswick football ground on Sat°ur day aInst. Brunswick were without, se veral of their best players. J.ames bro thers being absent owing to a he ronvemnt, in the family: Carroll nand Barkmer (injured) in addition to T. Smith and Fawcett being unavnailahble. They were disappointed in S. White's clearocnee from Northcote heing held over. Places were foundl for C. Black man (returned from Northinote), A. Tjibbitht. W. Blackman. F. Chapman, A. 3Murduff. and J. Love. The teams were-: Brunswick. F. Me Loan (c.). Blackman (2). Cowley. Tib hitt., Mlay. Sullivan. Haves. White. Olsson. Ewart, Chapman. Plhillips. Ewans. 31alkin. Bo-kholt. Love. ard 3lurdiuff: lalmain. Inrwwood. Nanker vis. leckwith, Croft. Sanders. Yares (3. Grif?tlih (2), Pincott. Cronk. Cole. Miller. Stott, Lee. Johnston and Do vidsont. Empiire. Lawrv. On th...

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MELBOURNE AMATEUR WHEELERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

MELBOURNE A MATEUR WHEEL ERS. 'hie Melbournme Amnateur "i Wheelers held their openint races on the Gee lone road on Saturday aftenroon, 23rd May. The first, race was the Alhbert .unior \Wheelers 5 Mile road race, the renult of which was: W. T. Numb. 3 min. haIndicap. Ist: T. ). Girr. 1 min. handicap. 2nd: T. Adamlis. 1 min. hnldicap. 31rd1. 'astest tiunme. P. An dihrs0on. 1 l rin. 5 sc0 . IFollowini the Albert .]uhior Wheel ers' ice. the Senior Wheelers ihehl a Ten Mile event. The handicaps were 1. Kecnealy, ,1 rin.: P. Tennuant. I min.: H. IP. Harrison: 3.t min. .J. HTarding, 3i rain. : S J.Scott:, 3, in.; hI. K1Ortolti, I. nin. : i. W. Loc:ke. 3 niin.; . J. WilliH-ns. 3 min.: ( I. ol thard, 3 minl.; P. ?Keaimi oU mnin.; .T. F. iHoey, 2 mi1. : Tl. J. Leith, 2. l11in . : C, . Coonp r, 2 lir.: :. Edi tor. 2. min.: E. Garrlaw , 2i rain.; J. G. Storen, 21 rin. : S. Jenkins. 2t min.: J. S. Howardi. 2 min.; F. E. Lindsly, 2 rin.u N. I. livi,.lston, 1 min." Geo. Phillimps (Coburig). i mi....

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CYCLING. NORTHERN DISTRICT CYCLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

CYCLING. NOlTHIiERN DISTRICT CYCLING CLUB. The )Northern District Cycling Club held a 15 lMile Road Tace at, Camp hellfield on Saturday. 23rd May. The result was:--l S. 1-ill; 2. J. CJoper. C. Ovendon securdc fastcst time. S. I-Hill is also a staunch Cmember of thi Cidiurg Cycling .Club: he will repre senlt Northern District in tie Nclla Shield.

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Grand Novelty Character Night [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

Grand Novelty Character Night BY CITY C.C. LADIES' COMMIT- TEE. On Wednesday, 20th inst., the Lad- ies' Committee of City C.C. held a grand novelty character night in the Town Hall, in aid of the St. Kilda boating fatality. It was a very suc- cessful and enjoyable evening, show- ing that the people of Brunswick are ever ready to respond to the calls for charity. Miss Krakoski, who presided at the piano, provided excellent music that was much appreciated by those present. The costumes were many and varied, making it a very hard mat- ter for the adjudicators, Cr. and Mrs. Waxman, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Butler,     to decide. The gentleman's prize, which was a silver mounted umbrella, the gift of Mr. F. Hartley, was won by Mr. Allen, of Flemington, for best sustained character (Johnnie Walker). The prize (donated by Mrs. Yardley) for best sustained lady was won by Miss Gilbert, who represented "What Percy Picked Up in the Park." The prize (donated by Mrs. Dowling) ...

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A Correction. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 29 May 1914

A Correction. To the Editor. Sir,--As it has been rcported in the local papers that I have opened a sporting requisite shop in Sydney rd., Brunswick. I wish it to he clearly un derstood that I am in no way connected with this or any other shop retail   ing sporting goods, that branch of my business being strictly wholesale. My goods are stocked by all the leading, sports depots in Australia. -Yours, etc., ROBERT S. DON. (Pro T.A.W.) Brunswick, 26/5/14.

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Late News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914

Late News. ;:A; rnionster meeting of those interested in the proposed Brunswick Sports Club ivillbe held at 558 Sydney Road. Wednes day, June 10th, at 7.30 p.in. share. Chas. (Kid).Parker is the promotor. A serious outbreak of Diptheria has oc cured at the North Coburg ','hool ' Fawk- l ner) amongst the chidren attending and about twelve of them have contracted the disease, and stil the school is allowed to remain open.

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New Tea Rooms for Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914

New Tea Rooms for Bruns wick. S--<>--. The opening of the handsome tea rooms at. 165 Sydney road was accoi plished on lThursday afternoon last. The attendance taxed the large pre mises to their itmost capacity. The Mayoress (Mrs. M1illward). in the ab sene of the .Mayor , presided, and in declarina the rooms open for public, wished Mrs. 1. Mar-in every success in lher unde?takinu. i Thee were up ward;s of sixty guests prese?ut, and Di ,ilio's band reinderd choive i uInsic. 'he tables were loaded uithi choice delicacies, and the af'lrnon's tea was also 3 great success. The promiseis are furnished throughout handsomely, and thle latest attention hlias h.ln iven to the comfori of her patrons. A photo. inside and out was taken of the tea room, and Mwill give a g ood idea if the afternon's entertainmenlt. The build ing is of massive design, and will he for all time an ornament to the Syd ney road and a credit to the City of ;Brunswick.

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Football Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914

Football Jottings. 0 ---------- The committee intend giving the players a dinner if they bent Essendon and Footscray. The bazaar committee are workiil n-·ll, and hope to eclipse last year's total of £350. Messrs. W. L. Bray and WA;ltri' Cnd man are joint secretaries of dthe b zaar;,Harry Lamb is tre;vil~-'.r. and the- captains are Messis. N-,. Ev . ans, T?illiams, Anstey. nad.,l . Arm strong. Harry Chase is in rart i,?-i i ii; .last, games are rcnmini-.'cu ,,f hiII palnmydays. .:German. 'Wick's n-w man. m mi -..prove a handy iman. Gow\er Rosss i iMpi?iung, ani nl o :',doubt he will ca.n ,ppnsi~ g hbacks --some trouulo. Jackv ? St,.piho:.-m, i- pinyin i wecll at present. Hii ricky ints ar1t clean when lie ",.c not overio it. IThere i a rumIor ibtt Wicks will have te tlwe icr ,r a couple oif goo followers in the near future.

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Benefit Dance. SPLENDID GATHERING AT LAKE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914

Benefit Dance. -0 QPLENDID GATHERING AT LAKE HALL. The benefit dance held at Lake Hall on Wednesday last was an undoubted success, the hall being packed. Every thing was done to make the dance en ]oyable. The floor was in splendid or der, and was votcd.~one of the best dance floors in Victoria. The 1mu'ic was right of to the standard. Mr. Short n-as an efficient M.C., while Mr. E. H. Moss was general conductor. The dance was promoted by the Fawk ner and Loch Football Clubs. The supper was greatly appreciated, being purchased at Passfield's. During the interval MIr. Moss announced that he intends to continue these Wednesday night assemblies, and form it into a public social club, with a charge for gents. of 4s. monthly, ladies -s. monthly, refreshments included; visi tors--gents. is., ladies 6dC. refresh ments 3d. extLra. The patrons were informed that the dance will be con ducted on strictly select lines, and this proved to be the case, as later on in the evening it was necessary to...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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ANGLESEA LODGE, U.A.O.D. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914

ANGLESEA LODGE, t.A.O.D. 'The half-yearly meeting of the above took plare aInst Monday night. at the 3T.U. Hall. Sydney road. Arch Druid Bro. T. Whelan presided. IThere wa. a good attendance. the principal busi ness being the reception of the audi tors' report and secretary's balance sheet. One new me:nber was initiated nnd one receinedl by clearance. The auditors. in presenting their report, congratulated the members on the sa tisfacktor position of their funds. Al thouh C4-12 l1s. Id. had been paid in sickness and medical attendance, yet they were "ible to add £154 13s. 3d. to their capital, whilch now stands. at. £4135 ls. 7d. A committee consist ing of Bros. A . R. Allum, R. McIn tosh, J. W. Johnson, H. Alluim, H. Dudkey. H. J. Puddyv. J. Rodden. was napoh.te '- t tke into consideration the the 'r-i-et.s ariali:ttes if y r T I Ce ment. A syllabus comimittee ~'n~s also formed of the omfficers of the lodge- The result of the elections w as as follows:s ---Arch Druid, V. Tnaylor; V...

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W.C.T.U., COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914

W.C.T?.U., COBURG. In connection with the above a no license meetinr wans held in t·he Metho dist School Hall, Sydney road. Coburg, on May 28th, at S p.m. Stirring ad dresses were given by Cr. Dennis (the :Mayor of N -orthcote) and Reev. Benson Barnet, secretary No-license League, The Revs. Matthews, Horsfall. Press ly and Floyd also spoke of their in terest in the temperance work. Songs were beautifully rendered by Miss Cash and Mr. W. Cashl, also re citations by ?{iss Seeley and Isa -Camp bell. The officers and members of the .O.R. Unity Tent. No. S5. attendled in regalia. The meeting was ably pre sided over by the Mayior of Co?burg (Cr Richards). The collection was in aid of the No-license cnmpaign.

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Fawkner News. FAWKNER LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914

Fawkner News. FAIWKNER LITERARY AND DE BATING SOCIETY. There was a fair attendance of mem bers at the Iast meeting of the above society. Mr. Alex. Smith (vice-presi dent) was in the chair. The item for the evening was Geography Night; it proved very educational, as well as in teresting. The country chosen was England, and papers were given by Mfr. Smith on the Prysical Featnures and the Political Achievements, by Mr. Campbell Robson on the Defence Problem, by Miss Evenden on the MIin eral Wealth, and by Miss MI. Evenden on the Products. A' vote of thanks to thle members for their very interesting papers was carried with loud applause. At- the next meeting, Tuesday. Juno 9th, there is to be a lecture on the Nationalisation of Medicine, by Dr. W. F. S. Bottomley. All who have not heard 'this popular lecturer should come along next Tuesday; admission is free. Just follow the crowd to the Presbytcrian Churlch, Fawkner.

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Friendly Societies. A.N.A. BRUNSWICK BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914

Friendly Societies. BRUNSWICK BR ANCH. A good attendance. markedl the oc casion of the half-yearly meeting of the above, which was held on the 21st ult., thle president (Mr. E.'W. Tre gardh) presiding. Five candidates for membership were elected, and cordial ly welcomed by the chairman; two no minations were received. An interest ilg report on the secent: conference held at Wangaratta- was. mode by Mr. J.1. Hume Cook, and on its conclusion hIe was accorded a +ote of thanks. Messrs. Gillard and Milne ireported on the work of the MoIetropolita~n Com mittee, dealing chiefly with the Edica tion exhibition held recently. Mr. Gillard also reported on behalf of :the rifle team that the match with the Free Gardeners had resulted in a. win for the A..A. Many interesting facts were given on the subject by Mr. C. W. Osborne, 'who moved the following motion, viz.: "'That' this meeting of the Brunswick branch-of the A.N.A. is of the opinion that it is advisable in the interestS of the public to ...

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FAWKNER FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914

FkWKNER FOOTBALL CLUB. A meeting of the Fawkner Football Club was held at Mir. Moss' store on Tuesday night, 2nd inst. The team was reorganised, and the following oficcers were elected:-President, Mr. J. Wyllie; vice-presidents, Messrs. Prouse, sen., Tuxworth, sen., Fletcher, sen., Evedon, Rowe and Healing; hon. sec., Mr. J. Caud; treasurer, Mr. H. Wilmot: captain, Mr. R. Groves (un opposed, Mr. Cnud declining the of fer)) vice-captain, IMr. J. Caud. Sc veral new men have joined the club, including J. Caud (Loch Park captain) and T. Fidok. They are looking for ward to their match on Monday ag ainst Loch Park on the Coburg foot lall ground.

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