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POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

POSITION OF CLUBS. * W. L. D. Sc. P.c. North Melbourne 7 2 0 28 77 Brunswick .... 6 2 1 26 72 Footscrav .... 6 3 0 24 66 Essendon .. .. 5 4 0 20 55 Williamstown .. 5 4 0 20 55 Port Melbourne 5 4 0 20 55 Prahran .. .. . 4 4 1 18 50 Brighton .. .... 4 5 0 16 44 Northeote .... 1 8 0 4 11 Hawthorn ....1 8 0 4 11

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football. BRUNSWICK V. ESSENDON. A WIN FOR BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Football. BRUNSWICK V. ESSENDON. A WIN FOR BRUNSWICK. The above match took place at the local reserve on Saturday, when about 5000 people witnessed some bright, snappy football between the locals and Essendon. In .goal kicking (which, it is well to remember, is tho coping stone to all goodx work performed in other parts of thle field) Brunswick, speaking in the vernacular, "got on early." Before the visitors could real ise that play had begun the home side had scored 16 points in less than 10 minutes. It was in the second quarter, however, that the Magpies' accuiacy virtually won the match for them; in ithat term they added 5 goals 1 behind; whilst Essendon only got 1 goal out of seven shots, most of which were within easy reach but lacked judgment in wind allowance. With 9.5 to 2.7 at half-time Essen don's task looked hopeless. Brunswick however failed to maintain their standard they had set themselves, and 2 goals 3 behinds was their sum total for the second half, whereas the' Red...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Brunswick City Council. TUESDAY, JUNE 9. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Brunswick City Council. TUESDAY. JUNE 9. Present: The Mayor (Cr. J. Mill- ward), Crs. Allard, F'leming. Hickford, Balfe, Phillips, and Jewell, M.L.A. Correspondence From Metropolitan Board of W0rks, staling tha. Mr. J. E. Taylor applied to lay water pipes in \Villnae streiit. and the Water Supply ('oininittee wiIl re0on011 inetnd the Boi rd to authi'iss the ex'ension on Ihe t'ollhwing (ondi tions: ( )That the Sti'tl t in tjhisttoit has been dedlieat,:d as at public high way, or in tie event of that. not av ing boon done thiati this Couniil wili expi'r,. i:s willingnti e s .t 1 execute a deed indemnuifying ihe lHoard against actions flr tre.pas-. I2) That the Council will un!,rtak,, to defray th!e cost of rit\lvini l11" the pips should the lecels be altierd or the st"'et. le de viatted. (5) Tlhat a gtuarant{eo of a revnite 0o I per tel" petr -tnnttiut on the co't of the IIork t e executed by the C'oncil. (The revenue front the protiosed oxteinsion is estimated at I and a third per ce...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick Ladies' Hockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Brunswick Ladies' Hockey Club. Brunswick played Melbourne at Brunswick on Saturday. Brunswick scored 11 goals, whilst Melbourne scor ed 1 goal two minutes before the close of the match; M. Deane 6 goals, F. Hawksworth 3, S. Wooten 1, E. Woot. en 1.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Football. BRUNSWICK V. BRIGHTON. A GREAT STRUGGLE. BRIGHTON VICTORIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Football. SBRUNSWICK V. BRIGHTON. A GREAT STRUGGLE. BRIGHTON VICTORIOUS. A strenuous game took, place on the local ground on Saturday, Brighton bleating Brunswick by 17 points. Al though it was exciting from beginning to end, it was played fairly and with. out anything approaching unduo roughness. Yet half-way through the last term an incident occurred that went far to spoil what was otherwise a keen and capital contest. Briglhton were given a goal in a crush, which the other side stronugly claimed was kicked as a defensive measure by one of their men. However that maw be, the actual five points concerned did not affect the result, for Brighton won on their merits. It must be said. how ever, that Brunswick were rather lhea vily handicapped in thle match by the absence of four of their leading play ors, namely. Braid. O'Connor, Gilles -pre, and Sullivan. These players have been part of the backbone of Bruns wick's team, and could not be replaced in an emergency. The game was a close ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSITIONS OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

POSITIONR OF CIUBs. W. L. D. Sc. P.c. Footscray .... 8 3 0 32 72 North Melb. .. 8 3 0 32 72 BIrunswick ....6 4 1 26 9 Brighton .... 6 5 0 24t 5. Essendon .... 5 0 24 55 Willinamnstown ..6 5 0 2- 55 Port. Mclb .... 6 5 0 2-1 55 Prhran.... .. 5 4 2 24 S5 Hawthorn .. .. 1 9 1 6 14 Northcote .... 1 10 0 4 9

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

OURSELVES. The "Brunswick and Coburg Lead er" (price Id., froml all newsagents) is published eve'y Friday evening at the offico of Blnkeley and Jackson Pty. Ltd., No. 500 Sydney road, Brunswick (oppos-to I-Tlooper's); telephone, Bruns wick No. -is89. lRepresentatives, secretaries and press correspondents of associations, clubs. societies, committees and other orgn1isatjions are cordially invited to phone o,: .end us particulars (Pf the events and affairs l'ppenling in eon netion thIerew\-th fo publlication, and lhey w il! he inserted. We also re spfee illy ilnvite pcrso.ns to forwarld us .,, phl~liention particulars of any com mr i, historical. social ori personal iite-.. or relating to the illnesses, re ovrie-i?s. de0aths or marriages of local e",i,1ts. o01r 1heir days "at honte. "n, at home'." or any other items of ,.:! niiews social. personal or olther w1iie,

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Auctioneers and- Estate .-Agents. ROBERTS, STANLEY & COY. ---- ------ M's.L.A. --- - (MORELAND'S LEADING AGENTS) AUCTIONEER, SWORN V1ALUATOR, 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 Auct ee an~d Property Salesmen INEW AND COMMODIOUS PREMISES, SYDNEY OD, Corner of Blyth Street. ESTABLIS!IED i6 YEARS. OUR SPECIALTY Auction Sales of Property and Subdivision of Land by our Auctioneer, Mr. THOS. E. CRISP, 'who has had 25 years' experience. Outn-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, &a...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Coburg State School Committee Postponed Meeting. AN APPRECIATIVE LETTER. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Coburg State School Committee Postponed Meeting. AN APPRWECIATI VE LETTER. To tlhe Editor. Sir,-The, meeting of parents and other supporters of the Coburi State school. convened iy the School Com mittee to be held on Monday. the l.th inst., at S p.m.. was, owing to the in clemeit weatlltr prevailing that even ihg, postponed to nexrt Monday. 1:oi 22nd inst.. at S p.ni. Thel object is to form a SociaI Con, mittee, to assist, tin' School Coininit tee in obtaining fundis fir the piurie of improving the present rough sta?e of the play grountds sirmronndine the Tifant School. Bell street. and thus make school-life conditions more plea sa~nt and attractive for our littie ones. On heha!f of the School Conmmittce I take this opportunity of thanking the public of Cobirg for their gentr ous support in thel past. and tlor the sake of the little chdil(hen isonme , wholm Ihave to walk lon dist:ances rt sehoob. 1 c\nrnestly appeal to the par nouts and others to again suppoirt their School Committe...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

TO LET. LARGE ROOM, upstairs, at New comen's Railway -Hootel. Albert street. West Brunswick (next Railway GaL't: Suitable for TLodge, Clubh: and Cont mittee Meetings. Apply at Hlotel. COBURG CE)IETERY TRUST. T'ENDERS are invited, returnable 12 noon July Ith, 1914, for CHANNELLING at Coburg Ceme iuery. P'lans and specifications at Come t,,rv Trut Oi!ies. Blell street, Coburg. W. Ii 'ERlAY PULLAR. B.C.E., Trust Engineer. E-I,ECT'RIC LIGHT ANDI) POWER ACT. 1IS9. \.pplieatiou by Tim- Ceoburg Town C(,mncil for an Order under Section Eleven (ll) of the Electric Light and Plower Act 1896. NOTICE is herehy given that The (',,!burg Town Council intends to ap plyi for an Order of the Governor in C'?mucil under Section I1 of the Elce rh ,ielght and Power Act 1896. (al The object of the application is to obtain au Order-in-Council to au thorise tlhe Coburg Town Council to spply electricity for public and pri rate purposes within an area consist ing of the Town of Coburg. th) The applicant is th...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick City Mission. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Brunswick City Mission. O The Brinswick branch of the Mcl bourne City Mission intends next week to celebrate the openilng of the ShaIv M emorial Undenominational Hall, at the corner of Lygon and Bllth sts. The dedication service will take place onl Tuesday next. the 23rd inst., wht ,i Canon Nash will deliver an addres'. On Wtednesday aftorndoo next. at 3 o'clock, there will he an At Heou?, The opening ccremony will be held, :n Thur'sda?y evening next, at 7,.-t.i. whInn there will be selected nnhcmbrsi h the Blyth streett Congregational cheir. solos. Sparkling off the Anvil "Talk. and 30 mninutes hot coffee, intcrch: nfl ing to cram in a bright two hours' piro gramnme. On Saturda . .June 27>. there will be a special thanksgivirii serrice at. S o'clock. Altiu,.ther t ,, next week will hIe nmemiorial in the his tory of the Brunswick branch of the _\[elbourne City '[ission. and Sistcr Dykes. the sister in clharg.e, muI:iit I warmll y c-onllrat ullat cl oni tl!he sulcc,.- ful result w...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Electric Trams. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Electric Trams. 0 --------- To the Editor. Sir, It is to be regretted, our newly formed Electric Tramnway Trust's first act is to de part from the distinct duty imposed on them.-To construct e!ectric tram line from Park St'reet, alon Lvyzon Street, Holmes Road. Nichusmn Street. to Bell Street Coburg. The scheme w-;: subm'itted to Railw-ay Standing Committee andi the membels driven over this route. 1vidence w\as tend ered in support at enqui\ry held at Parlia ment House, aud finally passed b- i'ar-!i:a ment. Now we lind our new trust start tinkering, they want to turn up \loreland Road to Sydney Road, and so cut out populous East Coburg. In seeking an explanation I was informed :thedeviation was to placate the Meibourne City Council. If that were true, I would say rather than sacrifice our own district. let Mlelbourne slide, but it is not so. On the contrary, if the Trust's first Act is in sisted upon. there is great danger of Mel bournenotco-operatint, Resutlt turn the trams into Ra...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. BOURKE ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

HOUSE OF R.EPRESENTA\TIVER. S BOURIKE EILECTORATE. A meetini of the lBourke elece:trate colnllit~tees of the People's Liberal Party and thle Women's National League was held on Saturday night to determine what steps, if any, shlnMld be taken to sctre n eacndidate in the liberal interes:, for lhourke. After ,on sildering the matter in all aspects it was decided to, invite applicatincs frmt those who are willing to submnit their nam es to a pre-election hballot.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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A Welcome Valentine. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

A Welcome Valentine. On the way to the famous "'Waters meet," near L.ynmouth, North Devon, there is a quaint little hamlelt called Middleham. The river 1.yn, on the banks of which the hamlet is situated threads , its tortuous way betwee.n very high " hills that appear completely .to shiut in the place fronm the. outside world. :: So steep and high are these hills ' that for nearly four months each year the sun does not rise high enognh to be seen, over their tops, by the irhablitants of the hamlet. i t he day is clear, the sun makes its irtst appearance over the hill- top on the fourteen:th of February, and its appearance is hailed with deligh-t hby the cottagers. who call it their '\alentine." If the day shu,'i , be f.ggy, or clouidy, so that it cannot ibe seo:. .-oat disappoint niment is felt, csecia:ly among the children. The sun only re:mains in sight for a short time for the first few day-s, but the length of time after wards gradually in:creases until it can be seen for severa...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELECTORATE OF ESSENDON. CR. BUSH A PROBABLE CANDIDATE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

ELECTORATE OF ESSENDON. CR.. BUSH A PROBABLE CAN DIDATE. Cr. Bush. of Coburg. annollunccs :h:ti in i.te event of the Premier (Mr W:att) entering FederanI politics. he( ha, ,hcid ed to offer himself for election to thle liberal Party in the F_,ectorate of Es sendon.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN INTERESTING MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

AN i?NTER?ESTING MAG A ZINE. "Life" 'i a- v is well up to the usual high standard of interest which that joarnal attains. The matter-is a fareful and judicious. selection from best of the world's periodicals and bright comamentary= on the :affairs of men in all parts of the world. "Life" in this way fulfils a function which is becoming more necessary every year. It concentrates for Australian readers tlhe periodlical literatiure of England and America. and keeps its readers well up to date in. current events throughout thie world, enlarging upon them in a manner which enhances their interest and provides all the'edu cative value of a wide acquatintance with the political and social'life of other countries. The leading. notes deal concisively with the recent dra matic developments in the Home; Ruile situation and with the difficult :pro blemn which confronts thle United States in Mexico. "Under Australian Skies" is devoted to Federal and State politics, and to a discussion of the gre...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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SHOCKING LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

SHOCKING LANGU'iAGE. James Carstairs was charged with offensive behavior. It apgpeared .that defendant entered the Railway Hotel, Albert street, West Brunswick, kep; by Mr. Newcomen, and used very bad language. Constable McKenna. arrested the ac cused, and he bolted from bhim, but wasr ecaptured. He was undefended and fined £5, in default one month's imprisonment, and given 14 days to pay the fine. ON A STRONG SCENT. Victor Fitzpatrick was charged with having on 23rd May last driven a cart along Sydney road, containing offen sive matter--manure. He was fined Os., w)lth 2s 6d costs.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Underground Telephone Works. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Underground Telephone Works. To the Editor. Sir,--Through the columns of your valuahlo papter I would like to draw the Postmnster-General's attention to the following facts in connection with the underground telephone system. Somen two months ago several gangs of men employed on this work, also watchmen, were paid off on account of the work on which they were employed closing in-so they were told. This is two months ao. and still there are seoveral gangs. includinr watchman. This is very unfair for the nmetn who were put off. especially as the winter was approaching. One thing in par ticular I would like to mention is that the watchmen who weore put. off had only been on for about. two years, whilst the one whose services are re ta.ined have had over four years' ser vice, and some of them property-own ors. If tlhe Postmaster-General will take the trouble to cause inquiries to he made hie will find my statements correct. In justice to Jhose that. have been put off I would suggest tha...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick Police Court. WEDNESDAY, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Brunswick Police Court. WEDNESDAY, June 10. Before Messrs. Atyeo - (chairman), Love, 'l`ierney, and Fleming.

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The Brunswick Palais de Danse. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

The Brunswick Palais de Danse. - +----- Those old world-wearied huildiugs at the corner of Sydney read and Barkly street are heing demolished by that prince of hiilding wreckers, Mr. Whe Inn. who leaves not, a rack behind to Wive place to the Brunswick P'alais de Dan.se. VWhat Mr. Dawson will do is hard to say. HTis father, dead for many y-ears, livedl there- whenl Brunswick was a mere speck in meadows and green fields. Hisi sou lived on in the same house and workedl in tile same shop as a saddler., both before and after his father's death. Old Blrunswick memories rise up in considering this course. As a relic of the past,. it must give way to the progress of the pre sent. and the hopes of the future. Channe is the only stable thing in this world. The contract for the new building has been let to Mr. William HTaInth. of Ivanhoe, for £2000, a sum in excess of the ideas of the promot ers of the scheme. The building should be erected and in full swing by the beginning of September. The...

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