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THE GO-AHEAD FAWKNER. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

TH? GO-A\HFEAD I)FiAWKNE.i. For theo past five months building.s have been going ahead 1at n u'ikner. Withili the above tim.e alboutx wenty houses have been bui, and iithe are still going ahead. The hI t week three more houses ilve tbei con lllien clC d. Buyers from all parts of Victo"i:i have been visiting the district durin, the •week, and the pl L-e lais IhLeen all e citemenrt. Withl moitors :ndii land ,c(Il ers high pl'ices have hon offilert-d for Sydney road frot?age.. M I..? OSs. manager of Fawkier 5toie' ]opes mo start a Publie -Hall nlmxt week. "lThis is greatly wanted, and would have been built sone ti me mgo. only for the disgr'R'eful trami service. However. this buildin will hle started by lnix it Saturday. The hall is to i,, (iI x I). with two dressing rooms an ifour liv iug rooms. This is ia "reat ventu re and. shouldi be appreciated by the Fawkner residents. and as it wiull be completed within ai month, it will ihe ready for .the electilon c0:nlpai'gn. 1;awrkner and C'...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Fawkner News. MEAN AND CONTEMPTIBLE PETTY THIEVING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Fawkner News. 31EAN AND) CONTI'3LPTI1BLE PEY'I'Y THIEITXG. 11r. E. 1H o.. oss, If a':twrkner store.. reports the fllowinig thefts fironm his premlises for the past four mointhls: Tiwt. wooi. 16 hais of cha ff. 3 ngs of wheat. 2 hgs of pol!a):d. 3 bags of oats. half bg of manize, 3 bags of heanls. 27 pairs of fowls. ! ]egs of imt ton. 2 loins. -1 top'.ides of beef. dol collar. Since, Thursday. 3ayv 21. tihe following girodsi ha? e hen stolen :--lst Ma y, leg muntton: \ay i ''2nd. topsidt' of beef: \1ay 23rd -tlb'. hae on: May 27th. h,? of miutton: Juniie ,th. pair stilliards: Jiune 7th, donhle ridini bridle. All efforts to trace the 1mean1 thief have failed, although nnumbrs of traps haIe been laid. "'I thinkl it is time that they gave, nie spell." s:ays Mr." Moss. lhere is no loiht that it is someonioe who knows the pl;ue. and MIr. loss is offerillg £2 rewa:rd for any informnation that will lead to the ,rrest. of the guilty parniy ior any one of tlhe a'bove offences.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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BRUNSWICK JUNIORS V. OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

BlUNSSWICK JUNIORS V. OAE LEIGH. This maintc ws played at Oakleigh on Kini's Birthday. Brunswick wore without the services of twans. Tibbit:t. Cowley. Miilis. Love, Barker. Carroll, Olsson, and 31urduf. whho were absent fronm various callss, and room was thuis made for trying out several new men. This game w,-s lost by Brunswick on aceouit, of tOhe weakness in the for ward lines. From I shots they could manage only I goals. The game was a good one throughout, and while Brunswick should lhave had a winning lead at half -time. there was not much difference hetween the two sides. At. half time Birunswiick had had ten shots from which they scored . goal s. Oakllei.h hlind secured three goals from eighti shots. the scores at halfli time hein,: Brunswick, 2.8: O-kleigh. 3.5. Acer- theo c!mange Oaikleit h showed out and had a lead of 12 points. Bruns wick playe-d well in the last. quarter, except for their goal kicking, and tlhe hell went. leaving Oakleighl wilneri by 8 points. Scores: Bru...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick Lady On Tour. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Brunswick Lady On Tour. 1)Dr. { eorgiina Sweet. lectuirer of biology in the )elbourune University, is at- presenlt away oanni extendetld tour throun h Europe and America. Ae counrs are to h1ani of her reception at the Tlliioios Univ'it- last iimoiith. hiic sh1 e spe .ia!ly visite;d in orlder to c.'nfer with Dri. Ward. a spcii1lit in per'nsital!o.?y. The Zological Club of •he , nivorsity en~e'..'temind D)r. Sweet at dinn,,r, at which Dr.r ames. presi ident f the llinnios Ilniversity. v ,:,s present, and amo? , ther distingu ih .1 !.Pllople wire i)enn e :lhaoiek. of the Dopa,'tmfne of 1 Arts and Sciences: >Ii-? Khle. who is ,len of women: Dr. We ld and l)r. Klin:g<l'y. i th, Z7e, logical d,,partn w ni : and D~r.. 'lhopfeI. of th,- Chiangzo lniversity, who als:? idresses. which wern much ap r- cilped y her isine r?. .-,1;e of whom weret the host-kn own shntists if thi 1nited States. lIr. Geori "_a ii w,, ,i i" the o . est dai'ihter of ,'. Ge;. Sw?,t. proprio O or lof h ne...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Melbourne District Football Association. BRUNSWICK JUNIORS V. CLIFTON HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Melbourne District Football Association. BRUNSWICK JUNITORS V. CLIF TON HILL. This match was playedl on Saturday last at Northeote Park, and resulted in a, win for Clifton Hill by 23 points. The Brunswick team attacked on the bounce, but although attacking most of the quarter, could only manage to gt 2 points. From the only two scor ing shots Clifton Hill had, they scored 2 goals. The quarter ended: Bruns wick, 0.2; Clifton Hill, 2.0. Clifton Hill more than held thelcir own in tlhe second quarter, their mark ing and kicking being better than Brunswick's. The scores at half-time were: Brunswick, 1.5; Clifton Hill, 2.3. The play in the third quarter open ed out, and some good football v as piayed by both teams. W. Blackman wa s playing well for Brunswick on the wing, while the back line was very 'olid. Phillips was the only forward 1Brunswick could rely on, ,the other foriwards not dashing out in front of their meh. The quarter ended: Bruns wick, 2.6: Clifton Hill, 3.7. Brunswick made...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick and Coburg Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Brunswick and Coburg Horticultural Society. There was a. large atLendlnuce at. the montthly meetin of above in Brunis ick iTown i- 1:ll on , li .ulle 3. I[ absence of th!e Piresident. Jr. C. Coli]]y i(ll pied the chlir. iThe subjects for even ing wcrie Cottage Gardening, by M1r. J. Cronin. nud 1)emonsitraitioii of loso Pruning bv 31r W.. I 13Unza3ln (C, 'burg). Both werie muich appn)rciatcd. and MIr. WT. Payne move d na. vote of thianks. The tonmpetition for 3 buncthess oi clut flowcri was won by Mr. iW. C'asey (W. Bruinswiti ). Messrs. R. Toewis and G. Newnman wer the judges. A piublic demonstratjoni of Rose Prun iur will be given at the Brunswick Park at the end of July. IlThe lBrunswick and Coburi Iroiii eurltural Socriety Imeets on seconIId iTues day in each month at tle Town oiaill: annual snub?cription, 5s. and 2b. Od. a year: visitors welcome.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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MELBOURNE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

3fMELBOURNE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. 31olournt District As.ocintion's matches resultie as follow: Clifton Hill Metlhodists 7.12 (54 points) beat B:niisw- ick Juniors 4.7 (31 points): Co burg District 11.5 (71 points) beat Northern District, 7.5 (47 points); O;klehigh District 12.13 (S5 pointe) beat Evorloigh 3.1 (19 points): Mel hnoirile District. 5.15 (45 points) boat Il;.t thorn District 5.3 (35 points) Balinsin and Richmond District each hsid a byo.

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Loch Park v. Fawkner. A GREAT STRUGGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Loch Park v. Fawkner. A GREAT STRUGGLE. The above club met for tile second time on the Coburg ground on lon day. A start was nmaide at 3.5 p.m., andl fronl the bounce of the ball the ganme was interesting thr-oughout. Faw.kner scored the first goal within 5 minnutes. Loch PPrk soon followcld, and at quarter time the scores were evnll. In the second quarter the struggle was continued, gettiung goal for goal and hehind for behind, and half time found them again even. They all seomed greatly refreshled, and renewed efforts, with the same results, as iat the end of the third quarter both teams were again eveni. The above will give the readers the interest that was taken in the nmatch and how hard the battle was fought for victory. 'Tno final quarter told a different tale. Loch Park lead for sonme time hy 3 points; then Fawkner secured a .oal, putting them 3 points in the lead, but the Loch Park, although a lot lighter teaim. forged ahead and added another goal and several be. hinds. The...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Sydney Road Land Values. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Sydney Road Land Values. Sydney road land especially in Nth. Brnuswick and in Coburg, between Moreland road and Norlnan street, is beeoniing eagerly purchased and en quiredii intio by very adroit speculaiors. At no time iln the history of lr uns wic'k aiid Cohbug has there -,eeen so lily i .tlioiisi dolllinnids for linid in 8ylnit raInd. Dr. Mailer. who devotes muchi time to this torm o1 Ispeeulat'ion, is doin renmarkab ly well. te paid 10 for land near the New Svingos Bank soime two yeaIil'. ago. He sold omie, t h? mou~ ago 'la alout 2ft.) for l.)20 tier foot. nid hles reft'Lsed 310 tLor the reniaining 0 ftteet. Hto puri(hasod the vornlrhO 'y'dnevy road aiOnd Pi Celr ell streets-, nitr iith tlri sheds, for C25 per toot. id has refus ied t.1 for hii eorner which ha is a fronta e of 31 rfoi. Mi-s \ oun,._. o1 Blhyth street, pairl 011l for it s?lin, th,'ee years ago, sold it to Mir. 1 roe tile well-knonxn e't ate i ?eoit. f?oi ,l per fioot, and lhe ,old it to D'. \l iler for C2.i per ...

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Moreland Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

i Moreland Tennis Club. 'Tle secretary announcCL IOCes that the Black and White Set in connection with above is creating a precedent .by staging a varied ltrogrerme for The iclafage Fund (f St. Auguzlstine's C of E.. t the Brnlsun ick Town Ianl1. on Wed. evdenin.T June 21. The ]ast performiance of ithe st t was a decid ed novelty and a great success. The b oking plan is now open at Messrs. Mlarks Brtos. tmusic warehouse, wheire tickets are available. P'atrons are ladvisted to manke early application for seats, as thie Set anticipate a very large gathering.

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Brunswick Sports Club [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Brunswick Sports Club A meeting wns held at Mir. Brown Parker's rooms, 558 Sydney. roard, Brunswick, the object being to form a sports Club in Brunswick. There were representnative business men p)re sent. It was decided to form a club, to be known as the Brunswick Sports Club. The large premises over and rear of Sir Thomas Olive's boot shop, 47,7 Sydney road, have been procured foi' club rooms. A large billiard room with two Alcock's tables, a. reading room. several social rooms, assembly roomn oiln round floor for athletic lpur poses, will be at. the disposal of menm hers. \ruch crerdit. is due to Mr. IPar ker for his successful organisation of his much-lneeded pl'rojet. l'he 1person. nel of the clulr will appecar lIext issue. Intendin, rienliers may inte-rview Mr. 13row,,n-PnIrker at tIne B!runswiek Spoirt. l)epot. 58 Sydney road. wherie he will h plransedl to give themn auny informn tion they may require.

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Kennel Club's Show [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Kennel Club's Show The Australian Ladies' Kennel Club hold their show last Saturday. Among -the prize-wiiners Jlr. A. L. Wilkes, of Bruus~ ic·k, won first Iprize for Kelpie dog iu the Novice C!lass, first prize for Kelpie puppy class (open,), and the Challenge certificate against dog or hitch with his Glencoe Black Gin, and finished up with the Champion blue ribbon for the best Kelpie in the show. 'The President of the Kennel Club is Lady Forrest.

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Extension of Daly Street [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

S3ruittelvici ait Coburg tUeasber. PUBLISHED ON FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1914 , Extension of Daly Street +-- The only hope for development in WYest, Brunswick is the extension of Daly street from Smith street to Union streeLot. This extension is indispensable if the West Brunswick people are real 1 in earnest to have direct commnuni cation with Melbourne. We believe tlhey avre grimly and stroinuously di, terminod to have this necessary direct commnunicntion. The people in West Brunswicki are a long suffering, in - tient people. Baffled by the Railiways Stainding Comminnittee in an absolutely just contention for a raiiay ailong a definite Inid-out route. right thr.ough the Closer Settlemnoit Nlocks, they non- recognised that with iho electri fication of the ranilays the settled policy of the State, thati electrice trac tion is now the proper method of cont mnircation to advlt-ocate. Without this extcnsi,--n of Dallv street electric itram nways in Wi\cst B1rinswick would he pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Professional Column. Miss Ethei Browne, SOPRANO VOCALIST. Teacher of Music, Singing, and Voice Production.. 144 Blyth Street, Brunswick. Miss Beatrice Hailamn TEACHER OF SINGING and VilCE PRODUGCTION. UPIL of Miss Edith Littlewood and of Madame Emery Gould. TERMS MODERATE. "' Waverley," 30 Mayfield Street, COBURG. MISS M. S. PARKHURST, D.M.S.V. A.L.C.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 Moderate. Mr. W. Graham Weir EXPERT PROFESSOR of VOICE CULTURE, AND Miss Vera Weir, DISTINGUISHED YOUNG VIOLINISTE, Receive pupils at 400 SYDNEY ROAD. INGING, Elocution, Piano, Violin (Man Sby System), Theory, Circulars, Tes timonials, par culars at address from Mr. Laught. landoline Taught Terms Moderate. Rapid Progress. 16 JESSIE STREET, Ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

ANKETELL and K. HAENDERSON, 352 Collins Street, INVITE TENDERS for Timber Vicarage for the Vestry, St. Augustine's Church Moreland. Tenders close Saturday June 13th at noon. Dancing ,\KE HALL, Syd ney Road, Coburg" UEvery iWcdncsday night 8 to 11. Gents 1 - Ladies 6d. Good Floor, Good Music and etficient M.C. E. II. MOSS Conduct or, who assiures a Select Assembly. Land For Sale. I L() LCKS of ILand For Sale at Fawkner. SFrom £10. -Easy Terms. Apply at Douglas' Store Fawkncr. Telephone, 318 M Brunswick. MONYEY! MONEY! Chreap i~ioneyfor the Srnall Borrower. To any Houseioldsr, Lowest Possible Interest Wage-earner or !harnied £ £10 Repayments to Suit Lady. ai. upwards. Wages. There is no further need to spcnd yxu"r .ood cash :oming, to IMelbournelC. not onily to arrange loan. b?,t each ~tim when mking repayments. N EL~ ,PAT THE PRIVATE FINANCIER, 42 Barkly Street East Brunswick (Opposite Brunswick Pottery anid Tile Co. and One Minute from Sydney Road) Will Save you all that. he being r...

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SOCIAL DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

·SOCIAL DANGCE. --- --+9 ------- Mr. Ei. Moss held aw very ehlect dance social at Lake .Hall on Wcdnesday night. There was only a fair atitend ance. They will-. he contiinued agaiin nf~et o\ednesdavy, for which over 120 tickets lihav<:' been sold: floor in tplien did. oidei,.Tnew .itino, and first-class miusic Admissi6n. ls.: aIndies, Gd. E. E? M·ross is: the- condletor.

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Seniority Rights. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Seniority Rights. uAn appllieation was mado to the (cief Justico in the High Court on the 3th inst., for n r'der nIisi for a tnl:uniis direcii ed against the led e'al I iblit i ,rVici, Conmissioner in Im itil. hiii -, forward iin appeal h5 Patrii1k l linri Kilh , of Br1ins o wk. to ihi Appeal Board connected .-ithl ihe sirvice it i-was explainedl by ,r. J" \. Arthur (nstructed by Messrs. louhine ad D),u.lasi that Kitlni. who was a fourth eilas 11(',1 ia t~he Treasury dcpartin,,n ,ff the Comnunnweulth', h,:,, aplpli,,, for one or itwo \acanews wihic h ,iri, :iil\.vitis od for a position as Nut hcia I uiaiistiate :ind exanuner undi.rl ihe s tli \: e P',n sions Act, at a subt~ay :of f'vont E'l0 to? -£4f100 -a year. It wa,; stoqred thiait (?s :ilrhil Gordon Iutttun :lli Hr 'nii Tlhege,..officers of the fl.orri : eis. ::! been nomilalted.for tile ptI iti1n. iui nWthistanding th-it Kildln wi- -inii "i thienm bo.th:. JKillen siated ithat thiri appintment: in preference iit, himsilfi :voidd...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

General News. M-. Daniel Rogan, of tihe:i Post Office Eotel, Sydney. road.- Coburg; who died ,n the. 18th- inst:, had :beenlu bad health for some tim"e In Ihis 3timee he eas the la:ndlord of the CGommrcial-i lhe NŽugget and Woolp'ck, aiid VWheit Sheaf ait Canipbhellfield. Tlidh la'te Mr Rogali was am.oilg the firsdrineirs of the Melbourne Tramni and Omnibius Co. lie was a: prominent sporting gentle-: I tian, and w'is eri ieiady to i?sist :::iu local. sportiig circles. lHe ii as: Iell known as a, clharitable givei.ci He nmi ied a. daughter`of oft he late: GIorge: Beap, a well-known: quarry proprieto?, ihom tlhose who. weire in Bruuinswick :30 rears ago: will areember. Hell hid no anmily, and he lea:ves a. wiidow. The :re .igious services were tlhose: of the Ro ain -Catholic: Clhurch;- and the linteir aent was ait the .Mellclroi?le Geeieral Demetery Tlie funeral iwas bh spiecial equest of a private niature.: The nmor :uary airrangements iei;re carried out y Mr. John Allison:, of i run...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Auctioneers and Estate Agents. RO ERTS, STANLEY & COY. S----------- 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 Prper Salesmen NEW AN\D COMMODIOUS PREMISES, SYDNEY hO?D, Corner of Blyth Street. ESTABLISHED 16 YEARS. OUR SPECIALTY Auction Sales of Property and Subdivision of Land by our Auctioneer, Mr. THOS. E. CRISP, Iwho 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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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

OURSELVES. 'The "Brunswick and Coburg Lead elr" (price ld., from all newsagents) is published every Friday evening at the office of Blakeley and Jackson Pty. Ild.. No. 500 Sydney road, Brunswick topposite Hoop0r's); telephone, Bruns wick No. 489.i R eprcescntat ives , secrcta ries and press chrreso)lndeis of associations, ('lihs, oei('etie0S, 1 co11ittees and other 1rganistious are codiallv iivited to '1in'e (11 s111 uis l'articilaris of the 1v0n1s 9 n ld oair1 1 ppeninug in con 1et0i1n thcri '\dth l'. tubliiOtion, a8! t i'cy w ill hi, insortcd. W, also re, sl'ec ifully invii:t lpcrsons to forward uis or p?ulili ti,,n partiulr.: is of iany co - m,,rcial, hibtorical, seteiul or personal Si,,s, or retla ingis to the illnesses, re ( ov ries. dicathsl or marriiages of Io(al r,1,i., is. ,1" thlieir days "lit homt.e "'*ot 11 homi," or any oliher items of h -.l news0 social, pcrsonal or othor

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