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Coburg Town Council. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17. Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Coburg Town Council. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17. Correspondence. From S. H. Wilson, Mayor of Mal vern, re building houses on low-lying land. Cr. Anderson to represent the Council at conference. From C. R. Goodfellow, for screen ings for footpath on thle Avenue. Re ferred to Surveyor. From Jas. Cross, expressing Coburg School Committee's appreciation of success in Empire celebrations. Re ceived. From Town Clerk: Brunswick, noti fying that Messrs. Finchett, Bower. Russo, Hocking and Bun applied for electric current, and that council had no objection to the extension. Coburg Council to obtain consent of Minister of Public Works for consectious to be made. The Minister is to be applied to. From Mr. W. H. Sewell. estate agent, Coburg. that he had taken out an auctioneer's license and for share of Council's business. His name is to be put on the list. From the Hen. W. A. Watt, that plans for tlhe proposed Higher Elemen tnry School are being prepared, and that. work is to be put in hand- early inr...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick Technical School TENDERS EXPECTED TO BE CALLED SHORTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Brunswick Technical School TENDERS EXPECTED TO BE CALLED SHORTLY. As a result of ropresentations madeo to the Minister of Education by tho Brunswick Council, it- is expected that tenders for the erection of a technical school will be invited in about eight weeks' time. Some time ago a. move ment was st.,rted in the district for the establishment of a tecmhnical col lege. The local council was assured -v the au~thoritie thlat-2f a suitable site wero procured by thnat body a building would be constructed. Out of a special loan the council paid O000O for a large block of land in Dawson streect. The site has been ap provedl by the Minister and the Direc tor of Education (Mr. F. Tate).

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

Brunswick Scottish Society. The Brunswick Scottish Society held their monthlyv concert Tuesday night, in the Town Hall, which was filled to the doors by an audience which wras hard to satisfy, for every item was en cored with vigor. Tile entry of the Chief, Bro. Allan Gibson, accompan ied by the pipe band led by Pipe Ma jor Senter, opened the programme. A quartlette. Hail to the Chief, by Ma dame Ashley, Miss Florrie Gordon, Messrs. Jennings and Hackett, aid Will Ye No' Come Back Again, were well received. A song, Mary of Ar gyle (and for enore, "Mary), by Mr. Walter Jennings, and Afton Water, \were well received. Miss Gordon sang Braes of Gleniffer, and Bonnie Prince Charlie; Mr. Fred, Hacket, Scotland Yet, and Here's a Health to Bonnie Scotland. Master Harry Beeson danc ed Shean Truibhnis, and The Sailor's Hornpipe, to the piping of H. McIn tosh. There was a turn by two local artists: Miss Miartin sang There's a Wee Hoose Amang the Heather, -whilst Mr. Howe painted it, and for an ...

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Registration of Estate Agents [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Registration of Estate Agents With the activity now in the sale and pur'chatse of real estate, it is very essential that there should be a pro per registratLion of estate agents. Gen erally speaking these agents are thor oughly reliable. but considering the very great confidence reposed in them by thousands of people, there should undoubtedly be an Act of Parliament insisting on regist ration and proper bonds being given. The regularly es tablished agents, who are liable to ,omipetition fron anyone -who dubs himiself an agent while times are good, are naturally ainsious for an Act of this kind. In New Zealand, such an Act. entitled the Land Agents' Act, cname into force last year. Every applicant for registration must lodge a fidelity bond of £.500 from some ap proved insurance company, or other approved societies to" a like nnamount. aind the application must. he acconm panied by te'timonivls as to the char~ n?cter of the applioant, 5igned by not les, than fite Ireputatble persolns...

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Mrs. Bapty's Dancing Classes. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Mrs. Bapty's Dancing Classes. A paragraph appeared in our last issue, stating that the rooms occuied by Mrs. F. Bapty had been secured for club purposes. This is not correct. Mrs. Bapty will con tinue to hold her dancing classes as usual. The next Cinderella Social will be held on Saturday, 4th July, and during the winter months there will be a social on thile first Saturday in each month.

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Melbourne District Football Association. MELBOURNE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. BRUNSWICK JUNIORS V. MELBOURNE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Melbourne District Football Association. MIELB3OURNE DIS;TRICT ASSO CIATION. _RU.NSWICK JUNIORS V. IMEL BOURNTE DISTRICT. This match, which was played at East Melbourne football ground, on Saturday last, was won hb Melbourne District by 30 points. Tile losers have a. v-ery even lot of juniors, and shouldi be further up on the list than at pre sent. The chief weakness is in the for ward lines, where there is a aInck of cohesion that becomes more noticeable each match : The scores woere:-First quarter: Melb. Dist.. 0.0:; Brunswick Juniors. 0.3. Second: Melb. Dist., 3.6; Brunswick Juniors. 1.3. Third: Melb. Dist., 3.8: Brunswick Juniors. 4.-4 Fourth: Melb. Dist., .10; Bruns wick Juniors, 4.4. Goal-kickers for Brunswick. Sullivan (2). Phillips, Blackman (2). BesS players in addition to goal kickers: Tihbitt. McLean, Blackman (2). The scores and posit.ions of clubs are as follow: Oakleigh Distr1ict 9.9 beat HTaw thorn District 5.12; Balmnain 16.21 beat Evorleigh 2.6 I Melbourne Dis trict...

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A Continental Theatre For Morelnnd. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

A Continental Theatre For Morelnnd. The Brunswick Theatres Ltd., the company that is controlling the inter ests of the Lyric and Empire Theatres, ]have purchased land in Sydney road, Moreland, opposite Messrs. Passfield and Sons buildings. The company in tend ercting an up-to-date theatre on the aIntest continental design. The theatre will have a circular balcony, also a aInrge stage capable for drama or comic opera. The old-fashioned sliding roof is to be done away with, and a special .henio of hIeat~mg or cooling the theatre adopted. The then tre is to hbe electrically illuminated. This alone will cost somewhere about £1300. A gar-den roof is specially de signed, which will be used outirely in the sunmmner months. 3Mr. Blackctt. of Messrs Blackett and Forster, the well kn:own archit'ects of Collins street-. Mel bourne, has just returned from a trip to Europe. and he as leen instruct od to preisre plans on the very latest. designs. Theo theatre will have up-to da:?e shops erected o...

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

I LA T'o For the famous AUGUST FOSTER PIANOS. LI f ..A V. D 456 SYDNEY ROAD, BRUNSWICK. 0 BEATTIE and CO. Ld otHe i ESTABLISHED 1885. Terms Arranged IBrunswick's i Jeweller, Watchmaker and Optician. Organs, Violins, and other Musical instruments, Pheiographs, Records, Music, Etc., Etc. ' hesMiVEr roWAY FREE Jewelle dWatch ksý Br" Bags, Etc., Etc., to 4 d o d BRU eyit . , WY F E deeery, Csh i You cour ownA Free Gift, as any article will be e inTailorus." - , vRo an. _~ci, , ,,,, .-rt..freely and withol any fuss. WeotalsodoCa hoTenn if it . il i o Give hem.a Tril4or uiso ad4isCotm . Ou.tt o"L ITY. A BOON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. 331-336G SYDNEY ROAD, (Near Methodist Clurch) And at 870 Sydney Road. Agent for Suttons. Factory behind Shop. Mantles, Tiles, Grates. ANYTHING IN WOODWORK MADE TO ORDER. Houses Repaired. 202 Y S C (Opposte Lyric ,20 S?~,,~ BR'?- llC ,, T055~YiCheatre. ) Tobacconists and Hairdressers. Tobac~o .. , ?S erchant, &c. 320, 322, 330, 332 SYDNEY ...

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Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Presentation. ----4-- Mr. George Brnzicr. son of Mir. Brazier, foreln.in for Messrs. GruIIndy and Co.. of lBrunswick, wiis presented with an expensive dinner soe hy Mr. Miclldowney, manager. on behahlf of fel low employees. on the eve of his wed ding. The presentlhtion was made af ter business hours last Friday. The recipient has been in the employ of Messrs; . Grundy and Co. for the past thirteen years. Mr. and tMrs. Brazier will residie at their new home. Lochl street. Coburg. A very enjoyable hounl was spent and oevery happiness was wished to the hanppy pair.

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Fawkner News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Fawkner News. A meeting of the Fawkner Football Club was held at. Mloss's Store. Fawk nor. on Thursday. There was about 30 present. includint visitors from Loch Park. E. H. Moss was in the chair. It was decided to hold a pic ture night at Lake Hall. Coburg. on Wedncsdtay. July 29th, when a re quest will be made for a specially good progra?nl ic. Several no?w mem hors were received, and at- present there are 4:5 membcers. The 'q?'ess that i at tendinii this club is ihIou'mena.l. The Fawkner President, Mr. Wyllie. nt tended about 9 p.m.. and was received with ,pplanuse. In responding to a vote of thanks he stated that. 1e intended giving a silver cup to the winner of three matches between Loch Park and Fawkner teams. This nwas receivted with renIewi~d applause. IlcThere is a condition, said Mr. Wrilio, that the last match must be played on the IFawkner ground. A ote of tlanksls to the Imn'Iers of Loch Plark waI s suit ably responded to by their secretary. 1r. J-. Iaurence Tilhe Fawkne...

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Umpire Assaulted. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Umpire Assaulted. + ------ At the close of the Brunswick match a disgraeefnl incident occuirred when the field nmpire (F. Pritchard) was set up by an mob of infurinted barrackers, male and fenmale, anid knocked sense less. The feeling agaiust the umpire seems to have beeni aroused 1y n dcci sion in uhich le h had no direct say. In the last quarter Brighton attack ed strongly. and there was a skirmish in front of goal. The ball was driven against ithe Brunswick goal minder' body. reboupded on to the side of the foot of 'T'eese (a Brighton forward player), only a yard or so back, and t:hen cannoned back through the goal. The goal umpire waited for the "all clear" assurance from the field umpire (Pr-itehlard), and on receiving it sig inalled the goal. This goal placed the visitors ahead, andl after that. Prit chard camne in for a lot of abuse, al though it. was- the goal' umpire (as the sole judge) iwho lhad allowed the goal. When the nmaitch was over Pritchard had to walk a short dist...

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Fawkner v. Lincolns. A HARD AND UNEVEN STRUGGLE [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Fawkner v. Lincolns. - +--~---- A HARD AND UNEVEN'STRUGGLE Fawkner paid a visit to Essendon on Saturday last., to play the Lincolns. There was over 30, including support ers from Fawkner, who went in a drag. Play was commenced at 3.15. Lincolns gaining the toss startedl with the wind, which was very strong, and at quarter time scores were: Lincolns, 2.5; Fawkner, nil. Second quairter Fawkner woke up a little. The play was severe, the cap tain of Lincoln being very rough in deed. At half time the scores were: Lincolns, 2.5; Fawkner, 1.4. The three-quarter struggle was con tinued with greater vigor; Fawkner playing a far better game, nut with the strong wind and heavy opponents it was impossible for Fawkner to score. Three-quarter scores: Lincoln, 3.8; Fawkner., 1.4. In the final quarter the wind great ly abated. Fawkner never played with their usual dash, and the fuinal scores were: Lincolns, 4.8. Fawkner, 2.5. Lincolns played a superior gaime to Fawkner, but I have been informed .th...

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THE DAIRY IMAGINARY CONVERSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

THE DAIRY + --+ ----- IMAGINARY CONVERSATION. Between James Walton, manager of the Innamincka Co-operative Butter Factory, and one of, his suppliers in this instance, Bill Thompson. Walton: I was out your way yes terday, Bill. You seem to be milking a lot of cows. How many? Bill : Oh, between. 50 and 60. I don't know for certain. Walton : But you shoiuld know,. It is the height of folly not to know. Supposing I came to our annual meeting and you asked me how many lbs. of cream it took to make the butter we had produced; supposingI said that I wasn't sure-what sort of a man would you think I was ? Bill: Yes, but that's different. Walton: No, it's not diff:rrnt. The men are different, that's all. You and I are different. Now, don't go away, Bill. I want to ask you some ques tions. I want to know what kind of bull- what breed of bull--you're using. Bill: A Jersey. Walton: Then how came all those Ayrshire markings and Ayrshire heads? Bill: I had an A3rshire before I bought the Jersey, a...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Personal. * M11. W. J. Moulton will be a candi date for the Middle Ward at the Brunswick Council election. **** Mr. and Mrs. H. Blennott., of Bruns wick West. hare just returned from a very pleasant week-end, spent in liallarat and Geelong. The secretary- of the P.A.F.S. Lad is' rLodg~ e (Mrs. A. 31. Thornton) has been re-elected for the twelfth year in Slucess1io . According to the report of the M1e triopolit4n Fire Brigades Board. dur ing the year 1913 forty-two meetings were held. andl Cr. F. T. Hickford (the representative of the northern muni cipaltities on the Board) attended the whole forty-two meetings, never being absent. The Mayor of C-oburg and Mrs. H.* J. Richar-ds will give an At Home at the Public Hall. Bell street. Coburg, on Saturday, June 20th, at 7.30 p.m. Mr. 'Thotmns Pig don has sold t.he fine house and grounds in which he iresided in Moreland road. West Co burg. for £1500. C,.. Davis ,a? also old his house ad ioining that, of Mr. Pigdon to Mr. Skinner. It is rum...

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Ladies' Column. SOME GOOD RECIPES. MARMALADE—TO MAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Ladies' Column. SOME GOOD RECIPES. MAltM ALADE-5-TO MAIKE. The sight of Seville oranges in the fruit shops reminds us that the time for making marmalade has come. Mlarmalade is one of the most wholesomenl preserves we have; not only is it palatable, but it is advised by physicians as a desir able adjunct to the breakfast table, where it should, in fact, always be found. There are many recipes for making mnarmalade : so me Ipeople li'ke "chip" marmalade; others pre icr the jellied variety. 1'rankly, the former preserve, if Iroperly made.it is distinctly the best of the two, Ibut occasionally the "chips," as the peel is termed, unpleasantly justiify th.e alne lestowcd on it, the riin of the oranrge, not beiig ufliciently hoilel, is tough, an:d l (lelies th' teetlih. HIere follo?i two or more recipes for marnialade, so they wiI1 give scope for choice. Viecipe No. 1.-Wash and carefully wipe the Soville oranges to re move all dtlirt, but do not soak them. Halve the fruit and cut it into ...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

Ceneral News. Ccil. Wanli-s addressed the audience at. the 8< <t.ish eoncert. last. WVednes. day (,v',exin' and dolt with the his tory of tlhe Scottithlx rIcelit mili'tary m'onetnt. He i, a stont admirer of tihl S'oft Iheinli, allowed C o woear the kilt in thi milittrv forces, anidt re g'ot. that the powers thrait i)e in their wisxdom s?tei n lit to iwipe out tle weair ingii of the kilt. In Now Soutlh W"ales lt(, Irih anld S'oich Ilavio separate re giionents. and h did niot see why they could not have it. ihere. Hie thlllled the loitc: Scottishl recruits for their solendi d response in intding in their n:tmtls to keep thile regiment oinlg and UliPloldiiig thlie splendidi traditions of thei r'ace,. Tlte stated the idea ad ,analced oi ithe extra cost in s5pl,,lin?i the unItifrmu-xis xmas a mci e mx th x inid ilot to ltt* seriously- etllertainetd. He rec·rivtl a great. reception and the Inst word on this nlattcir has lnot Ibeen heln il ftom him ,vet. The loih Park...

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MARMALADE (ANOTHER WAY.) [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

MA{RMALAD)E (ANOTHER W1/AY.) Ingredients: T elve Seville oran-r gos, nine sweet oranges, .io dlemons and the weight of the fruitit in pre. serving sugar. : .::: I .i Method ; ])ivide the rind of ::-the oranges into quarters remio~e the. fruit caretu ly and put :t inta??~t~ :pre serving-pan with : :as inu:ch cold water as wnill.: cover it. Boil n til the pee.l is quite: :soIt -Di ide the fruit into sections, sri ape out' .th ::pulp, 'and: put :the pips 'adid fib rous ..skin : ?'int a .basi. coer with . coid ~ivatnter, and. leavi thtens.to soi~k until riequired.l ' Whcn .the iin ds are qiuite :tender, :' lrain .:thern -.cardefully, andi cit ::them :into: very, thin -strips." Strinind twiv" pints -of the :'liquid. in' which lithey 'were boiled, andj add it to ?th?e. ater in. whic -the pi:.ps and.. skins- were soaked. Piut :the * sugar and- . water - into- :a .preser.ving pan;, boil to a syrup, *theci:i.put. ini the shredded peel and the. pulp, and boil gently until themnarmalade jellie...

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MARMALADE PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

MARBMALA)E PUDDLNG. Before quitting the topic in which marmalade figures conspicuously, I give a recipe for marmalade pud ding. This pudding is to be baked. The ingredients are :--A large table spoonful of marmalade, a dessert s: .oonful c flour, a dessertspoonful of breadcrumbs, two eggs, one and a half ounces o[ butter, the same weight of sugar, and some short crust. Method: Cream the butter and sugar together, add the eggs,. and heat well. Stir the marmalade, flour, and breadcrumbs, lightly in, and pour the mixture into a pie dish, the edge of which must be lined with paste. Bake the pudding in a moderate oven from forty to forty-five minutes.

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PEN PICTURES OF THE PAST. THE "BRIG OF WESTMORELAND." [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

PEN PICTURES OF THE PAST. THEI "lJIICI OF WESTMOIRE LAND." A terrible state of afiTairs in Ire land, owing to a potato famine, was revealed in news received in Londoon n February 17, 1847. Men, women, and children were re Sortetd evreryhere to be dying of starvation, and1 the scenes in the v'i cinity of the dtocks were heartrend ing. the starving people eveni eating turnips and other, food that ha(d berC half consumed by cattIe. T'he brig Westmoreland, laden with potatoes, was about to proceed to the Bristol C'halnnel with her cargo which she had taken on board at -Midleton. Ilungrr was rampant at Cove-as Queenstown was then call ed-andl a hod"y of younIg Cove men volu:?teerel to board the Westmniore 1lnd, ( s "it was a cruel thing to see food being taken out of the port when it was so much needed at hm1.1 " The -oung men goton oiird the brig and brought her to I itzl'atrick's quay, where they ur covered the hatches and called on the star\ ing pIeople to help themselves. A huge crow...

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ROYAL CHARTER LODGE, F.A.F.S., NO. 50. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 19 June 1914

ROYAL CHARTER LODGE, F.A.F.S., NO. 50. The installation meeting of abovo and Loyal Knox L?dge, No. 10. was held at Brunswick on June 10tl. Bro. \Wilkins presided. Visitors included the Grand Treasurer (Bro. Collietr) and Masters and officers fronm Fotseran?, North Melbourne, Coburg, and other suburhan branches. Three ne new nen hers were, initiated, and two candi dates proposed. Sick pay was passed to three members. The balance sheet for the quarter showed -the receipts to he £4-0 and expnlses £216. The mnembership at. the close of the quar t'r stoo(l at 303. The W.D.M., Bro. Thos. Fletcher, assisted by Bro. Collier, G.T., instal ledl the office-bearers as follows:-No. 50: P.3., Pro. \Wilkins: W.3I.. Bro. Pepyet; D.MI.. Bro. Smith secr:etary, Bro. R. Smith; treasurer, Bro. Rna burn: chaplain, Bro. F. D. Hill: S.E.. Bro. Miles: J.E., Bro. Barnard: A.,., Bro. Johnson: 1.G.. Bno. Cookl. No. 10: P.1M.. Sister I. Smith: W.3.. Sis. Hawden: D.3I., Sis. Mcintosh ; secretary, Sis. Goding: tr...

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