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Brunswick and Coburg Horticultural Society. PAPER READ BEFORE NATIONAL ROSE SOCIETY BY R. G. ELLIOTT. ROSE CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914
Brunswick and Coburg Horticultural Society. PAPER READ BEFORE NIT[ONAL ROSE SOCIETIY BY R.. G. ELLIOTT. ROSE CULTURE. In giving this paper on the cultiva tion of the rose, I cannot promise any thing now to members who have at topded these monthly meetings of the N.ES. at all regularly in the past. All that I can say is merely a repeti tion of what von have already beard from the various members who hlave given you their experience from time to time and have instructed you on this suhject far more ably and fully than I can hope to do. It is from these gentlemen, and in this hall, that I have gained any knowledge I may possess on this subject, and I think von will all agree that one could not learn in a better school. However, one might listen to lectures for ever (if they lived that long) and yet never become expert rosarians. Each one of us must profit by our own particu lar experiences, while making the best use of the other fellow's. It Is in the hope that some of you may profit b...
P.A.F.S. LADIES' NIGHT, COBURG [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914
P.A.F.S. LADIES' NIGHTT, COBI'RG The fortnightly meeting was held in Dispensary HTall on Monday, June 1st. all ofhicers being present, and n fine meeting of members greeted thle W.M. After the business of tile evening a nuoit match took pilace between- Nos. Sand -14, which resultted in a win for No. -I . The highest scorers were Miss D. Roberts and Bros. Sherhlck and Parker. The dual installation takes place in Town Hall, Coburg. on lMonday, June 1;tli: risitors admitted S.30 p.m.
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES P.A.F.S. ROYAL CHARTER LODGE, NO. 50. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES IP.A.F.S. ROYAL CHARTER LODGE, NO. 60. The half yearly meeting of the above lodge was held in the lIechabite Hall on the 27th, Bro. Wilkins, W.1\M., presiding over a good attendance. An invitation from ithe Coburg lodces to attend the dual installation on the 15th Juhe was accepted. Two clear. ancs were granted, two membel)crs join ed by clearanco, and two candlidates were propo~sed. Sick pay and quarter ly accounts amounting to £175 were passed for payment. The secretary an nouncld that the annual social woull be held in the Town Hall on June 30. The election of office-bearers for the ensuing half-year iresulted as follows: Bro, Wilkins, P.M." Bro. IPepvet. W.M[.; Bro. R. Smith. inn.. D.M.: Bro. E.BD. Hill, chaplain: Bro. fl. Smith, sen., sccrtary: Bro. J. Rea burn. treasurer; Bro. Johnson. A.-.: Pro. Miles, S.E. : Bro. Barnard. J.E. : Bro. Cook. L.G.; Bros. E. D. Hill. J. Fordon and W. Esnouf. dispensary de legates; auditors. Bros. Slater and Logan: trustees. Br...
Book-keeping for Tradesmen. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914
Book-keeping for Tradesmen. - e--~----- (By a Local Contributor.) PART I. Before going into the actual writing up of the books, it may be as well for the benefit of my readers if I review briefly the usual procedures leading up to and incidental to their being cor rectly kept. Bank Acount: Although not ncces sary, it is most essentially an advis able course to have a banking account. The expense is very small compared with the advantages which would be come apparent, such as the conveni ence of being able to post cheques to one's creditors, and the fact of your having a reliable check on your re ceipts and expenditure and on the bal ance shown by your cash book. Cash Receipts: All takings, whether for cash or credit sales, should be banked intact each day. (Do not pay petty accounts out of same.) If you employ assistants and have not a cash -zister, have a system of numbered dockets whereby the cash sales may be balanced by totalling up the amounts on the dockets and agreeing the ca...
"NELLA" SHIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914
"NELLA' SHIELD. The second race for the "Nella" Shield was run over a course of 15 miles on Saturday, 10th May. at Campbhcllfield. Weanther conditions were very unfavorable, as in some stages of the race it. rained heavily. The arrangements were in the hands of the T.C.C.A. officials. The result of the race was: 1st., L. G. Harris (Northern District). 2d, T. Fisher (Coburg). 3rd. G. Porter (Bronzewing).
CYCLING. DUNLOP RELAY TEST. PROTEST DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914
CYCLING. DUNLOP ' RELAY TEST. PROTEST DISMISSED. SThe Dunlop Rubber Co. has dismiss ed the protest lodged by the Gran ville Club, Sydney, in connection with the 100 Miles Relay Test, and the £100 will be awarded to the Northern Sub urbs team, Sydney. The winning club's time -was 4 hours 10 min. 20 see. The order of the finish was: 1st,. £100, N.S.C.C. (N.S.W.); time, 4 hours 10 min. 20 sec. 2nd. £50. Ixion (MelMbourne); time, 4 hours 13 min. 10 sec. 3rdl. £20, Marshland (N.Z.); time, 4 hours 13 min. 28 sec. Fastest Individual Times. 1st. G. H. Horder (Sydney), 21 min. 50 see.: £5 5s. 2nd. P. O'Shea (N.Z.), 22 min. 42 2-5 sec; £3 3s. 3rd. A. Bonis (N.Z.), 2z rmin. 42 3-5 see; £2 2s.
Brunswick Ladies' Hockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914
Brunswick Ladies' Hockey Club. Brunswick Ladies played Baltman Ladies at.. Royal Park on Saturday. The match proved very interesting the first quarter, neither side scoring, and the end of the second Brunswick se cured first goal. During- third quarter Brunswick secured two more goals, while Baltman, after a hard struggle, secured 1 goal. Final scores: Brunswick, 4 goals. Baltman, 2 goals. Brunswick's goal-hitters were: L. Gardiner (3), M. Deane. For Balt; man: A. Cawdry, W. Findlay. Brunswick meet Melbourne next Sa turday, at Brunswick.
Nature's Hunting Grounds. WHAT IT COSTS TO SHOOT BIG GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914
Nature's Hunting Grounds. WHAT IT COSTS TO SHOOT BIG GAME. New Zealand has its deer shooting; the Northern Territory offers some thing in the way of buffalo; and there are v?arious kangaroo hunting in New South Wales; but for the most part Australasia has little to present in the nature of hig game shooting. There fore, an article on the cost of making an excursion into the nearest big game country (that is, Africa)n. and the me thod and procedure on arriving there, will be of interest to those of our read ers whose embitions lie in that direc tion. Such an article appears in the June issue of "Life," just to hand, and it is also of interest to general readers. for it describes the picturesque as pects of the country, and the pros pects that lie in it for the trader and the hunter. The author of the article (which is the first of three) is Mr. G. E. Archer lRussell . a well-known Ade laide man who put in three strenu ois and exciting years in mid-Africa. His photographs are excellen...
Coburg Electric Tramway. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914
Coburg Electric Tramway. At Coburg Council meeting on Wed nesday evening last, a letter was re: ceived from Brunswick-Coburg Tranm ways Trust setting out that. it had given consideration to the route of the tramway to connect the two lines, as described in the first schedule to the Brunswick and Coburg Tramways Act. It was unanimously agreed that Moreland road (Holmes road to Syd ney road) should be the connecting line. It was not necessary to obtain an order in council, oily the consent of the two councils concerned. Cr. Campbell said the trust thought the proposed route would be the best to take at present. It would not do away with the Nicholson street branch in the bill, which might be construct ed in the future. The line set out., however, would be the most paying proposition in present circumstances. Melbourne City Council was strongly in favor of the extension from Park street, Brunswick, into the city, and a report was being received in regard to it. ! The proposal was agree...
Boxing at the Stadium. CARROLL BEATS MOORE ON A FOUL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914
Boxing at the Stadium. CAlRROLL BEATS MOORE ON A FOUL. The initial round was fairly even, but in the three which succeeded it Moore displayed exceptional ability as a two-handed fighter. Canrroll punish ed his opponent with lefts to the face and head. In these four rounds the advantage lay with Carrol, but in the succeeding one Moore stood out piro minently, using left swings to the body, followed by rights to the face and head. It -was in this round that the referee first waurned Moore for holding and hitting. Carrol, in the eight and ninth rounds, scored con sistently with straight lefts to the face, but Moore did good work with right swings to the head, followed by left-hand uppercuts. In the ninth round Carrol slipped and fell, and the American w-as cheered by the crowd for the sportsmanlike way in which he ceased his onslaught and assisted his antagonist to rise. Intense excite ment was occasioned by the tenth round, almost every moment of which threa.tened to end the encounter...
Grade D. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914
Grado D. Brunswick v. Victoria: Kellock and Roberts (B.) d. Jamieson and Mappin (V.), 6-1, 6-3, and d. Smith and Robb (V.), 6-3, 6-4: Daw.son and Spencer (B.) d. Jamieson and iMappin, 6-1, 6-2, and d. Smith and Robb, 6-1, G-1. Totals: Brunswick. 4 rs., 8 sets, 48 gnames. Victoria, 16 games.
Lawn Tennis. L.T.A.V. PENNANT COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914
Lawn Tennis. ----- 4"-- L.T.A.V. PENN-ANT COMPETT TIONS. Tile following are the results of matches played on Satnrday: Grade C. Brunswick v. Fitzrov: Kuhn and 3Mulcahy (B.) d. Penrose and Harrapm (F.), 5-6, 6-2, 6-2, and d. Bradshaw and Siminton (F.), 6-3. 36-6. 6-1: Do nagan and Whaley .(1.) d. Bradshaw and Siminton, 6-4, 6-5d. and d. Pen rose and Harrap, 6-5, 6-2. Totals: Brunswick, 4 rs.. 8 sets, 56 games. Fitszroy, 2 sets, 35 games.
THE HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914
THE HARRIERS. Coburg (17), Mordialloc (4), ran at Coburg over 7 miles. The trail was laid by A. Cash and R. Murphy. Two packs were formed, and both packs lost the trail. The fasts finished as follows:' R. Eldridge (C.), 1st; G. Gray (C.), 2nd; A. McAuley (Mf.), 3rd. Best thrtee for the slows: A. E. Wilson (hl.). Ist; A. Scholber (C.), 2nd; andt Kirkland (Mr.), 3rd. Saturday, 6th, the Five Mile No vice and Second Teams' Race takes place at Caulfield racecourse. The fol lowing are chosen to represent Coburg -IiR. Birch, A. Shrober, G. Gray, G. Crick, S. Coles, S. lPaul, D. Cullen, T'. Lee, 3I. Fisher, A. Jack, A. Wood man, A. Cash; ~theso tiwelve men will put up a spirited contest, as a sealed handicap is being held among them for the trophy presented by Mr. R. T. Eldridge, vice-capt. Other mem bers are reminded to come' oun and make this race a success. Team to catch 2.30 p.m. train; visitors cordial ly invited.
OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914
OURSELVES. The "Brunswick and Coburg Lead er" (price Id., from all newsagents) is published avery Friday evening at the oflice of Blakeley and Jackson Pty. Ltd., No. 500 Sydney road, Brunswick (oplposite Hooper's); telephone, Bruns wick No. 489. Represetnatives, secretaries and press correspondents of associations, clubs. societies, connittees and other organisations iare cordially invited to 'phlone or send ius parlticulars of the xevents and affnirs happening in con nection therewsith for publincation, and they \wili he inserted. We also re lspectfuilly invite persons to forward us f;r Ilblication particulars of any com menircil. historical, social or personal items. or relating to the illnesses, re coverie., deaths or nnmarriages of local reoidents. o" their days "at home," "not at home." or aniy other items of local news, social, plersonal or other ' i.se
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914
NOPEY' [O EY !ON EY Cheap .oney for the Small Borrower. To any Householder, Lowest Possible interest Wage-earner or M?larried £3 £5 £10 Repayments to Sit Lady. and upwards. Wages. There is no further need to spend your good cash going to Melbourne, not only to arrange loan, but eachi time when making repayments. NOE~L PATON THE PRIVATE FINARNCIER, 42 Barkly Street East Brunswick (Opposite Brunswick Pottery and Tile Co. and One Minute from Sydney Road) Will Save you all that, he being right on the spot. Should you require a loan, you are guaranteed an absolutely Private Loan from a Private Lender at his Private House. Agent for nobody, lends my own cash. Home 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. eacih evening. ,HOSE. Madam, are s -made to easur elegantly ? i-iHOSE. Madam, are %?2'y ' ii "[ Phil Harriso n's i *"~ i terms for a Tailor .4' ? madeas elegantly as the highest priced gar ments of the most expen i ;1 i: ~ sive Fashion Houses, ; See the beautiful new p. weaves which Phil Harri son is showing-- l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914
Auctioneers and Estate Agents. SRO ERTS, 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 promptyiv 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. ...
676 MILLION PASSENGERS CARRIED IN ONE YEAR. (Reprint From a Recent London Paper.) [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914
76 MILL1ON I'PASSENGERS CAR RIED IN ONE YEAR. (RIeprint From a Recent London Paper.) Last night some 500 members of the staff of the London General Orm nibius Co. attelded lthe annual staff dinner at the Hotel Cecil, under the chairmnaiship of Mr. C. J. Cater Scott. chairm-an of the company. Mr. John O'Connor. M.P., in pro posinsig the toanst of the TI.GC.O.C., men iioncdl that. in four days of the holi days (Ea:stCr) the (olmpany's 'buses carried live and a half million pas .::tgers. That, in itself. wasa great •ih ievemeit9. Sonie iimpressive figures, lwhichl show ed clearly the enornmouls extent of the ien rail Omnibus Company's business. wcre .iroen by the cllhairmuan, who de w(rihed the joncern as being unrivalled in the world last year. 11i said the ti.pi l y's 'huss carried 670 million i.:.-sengers, rathl"r less than half the ;opulation of the whole world. (Cheers.) 'That reantii tlhat tlhey had carriied the whole piipulation o(f London 100 times inll a year. The fares paid a...