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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914
SFor the famous AUGUST FOSTER PIANOS. 5 SNEROAD, atC. BEATTIE and . SESTABLISHED 1885. Terms Arranged I rurisnwik's Leadingewei , Watchm e and Optician. Organs, Violins, and other Mrusical Instruments, Phonographs, Records, Music, Etc. Etc. Jewelery,Watche, Clocks, Electroplate Brushes, Mirrors, and Bags, Etc., Etc., to The L ding 1. S-GIVEN' iAWA - E EI- Every Cash Customi. You can chose your. own Free Gift, as any article will beO Mtt, CIVILT." 4 21fydnqu R oa d, BRUNSWiC L K. given freely and without any fuss. Wi also to Cash or Terins if it will Suit you. Why not Call Today? Give them a Trial for Suits or Ladies' Costumes. Our tt CVLTY. A BOON IN PIANOS. OR AN. Phonographs. MIusic. S 334-336 SYDNEY ROAD. (Near Methodist Church IAnd at 870 Sydney Road. A?g~!t i : : : :for Suttoas. • -E ~ s I. 6 - , Factory.behind Shop. Ianetles, Tiles, Grates, ANY-THIING IN WOODWORK MADE TO ORDER. Houses Repaired. 202 SYD E' h R tre. )Op STobacco ists and Hairdressers. S_.. Tbc0. 320, 322, 330, 3...
Coburg Harriers' Club Dance A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914
Coburg Harriers' Club Dance A GREAT SUCGESS. The members of the above club hIeld their first dance on Wednesiday even-: ing, June 17tlh, in tile Coburg Town Hall. About. 16(0 were present. The floor space was completely occupied. The music was supliplied by Jones and Rosenthal's baund. The hall -was nste fully decorated with flans 'and hunting kindly supplied by 'Mr Herbert. of Toorak, for which he has the best thanks of the club. The dresses of thie l'dies were ex eeedinily pretty and 'dded miuch to the plesaintry of the evening. Amongst those present wer.e the following:--R. A\ngus, apricot .silk and' iindns ?,tis E Ath.llen -li iiuk ci·epedo': di ehin trimmed U'iith satin and lace ; FiOlri iBrush. pale blue ninoil, triinied fli ngo and sequin; Mi., Dulcie lBraithwaite. Iale pink crepe de chiue, pearl "'rima mingiis: Miss IL. Booth, white charm cise. ninon tunic: Miss Gertrude Cail, tnunarine silk: black sill ocverdress: Mliss iily Clhirters, pale pink firock. :'rope d' chiine ove...
CRIMINAL COURT THE RECENT THEFT OF COPPER CABLE FROM BRUNSWICK CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914
CRIMINAL COURT -- --------4-- 'I'THE RIECENT THET f' OF C(IOPPER CA B LE FROM BRUNSW ICK CITY COUNCIL. Thoi . Walter Guy and Alexander \orston were claurged with stealing 20 'l'rlUms of copper" cable'. -alued at .?OS. the property of Brunswick City Couli- cil. An alternative chialrge of receiving \was entered. Mr. Hidgewai y al pceared for hoth Iva ri.s.,d, who pleaded not ituilty. Ev hinlce was given tliht hlie l.nlle was stolen fro, ll e th council's stOlre "7m won ein G(t h A pril. . lid subsequent ly the police fdhlowedl the two a.culsed ta stalhie. where the cable was hid den. The Crown based the case ag lilinst (''llused on thle fact that thlley wre fountld lwhenll, about to takle posses 'ion of tile stolenl protpe'rty. For the delfence it was stated that acciusedl had gone to the stalle, which ldjioined a st:lale owned iby Yorston's brotherl. in order to-get some nlilrllll('. T'hry hlimi just- opened the door when theill police arrived. and the.y were ar rested. Both'denicd t...
The "Commercial" in an Indian Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914
'The "Commercial" in an Indian Bazaar. ti Popular conception of India is of i necessity based on what illustrated papers dish up for us, and as they s&lt; seem to prefer in the main some of b the imposing buildings and streets t in the European quarters of lomn- t bay and Calcutta, varied occasion-t ally with views of the famous show- y places, such as the Taj at Agra, p or some notable Mosque or Tern- f ple, with which the country abounds, r we naturally think of India on the z same broad lines as the- pictures k visualise for us. t But this is not the real India ;to c get tb its heart, you must leave n the broad streets of European com- C merce, and dive into its bazaars, t where the teeming millions of na- ( tives still live to-day exactly as e they did hundreds of years ago, and as they will, in all likelihood, be o found hundreds of years hence, for y the placid fatalism of Eastern tom- y peranment abhors change and innova- g tion, and calmly defies all the laws g of hy...
THE HARRIERS. COBURG HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914
THE HARRIERS. COBURG HARRIERS. Coburg Harriers held ltheir 120 yds. hanidicap on Satulrday last at Coburg, :rhicehl resulted in A. Schlober (12 yds.) reachlin the tapne first. with A. Wood uman 1? vds.) and R. Murphy (6 yds.) illit the 2nd andl 3rd places. The Club Mlile lHandicajp wias also held dur ing the interval of the foothall match at Coburg ground,. which resulted as follows: W. Wehher (SO yards). 1st; l. T. Eldridge (ser.), 2nd; G. W. Gray (50 yards), 3rd. Raph Eldridge put up a fine performance in securing second place from scratch, considering the sloppy condition of the track. Members of Coburg Club are re minded that the run on Saturday next takes place from Mr. Sehlober's resi dence, Oakburn. Harcourt st., Ai burn. Take train to Auburn at 2.2325 p.m. or 2.-15 p.m. Members are re quested to come along in good num bers and show their appreciation of Mr. Schober's kind invitation. Brurtnswick harriers (2) held a com binted run at Alplhington with Clifton and Northcote on ...
Court News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914
Court News. At Brunswick Court the folowing cases were delt with: Herbert. Dunn was fined £3, with 5s costs, for travelling between Me! bourne and Brunswick on an old ticket Clara. and Jas. Griffin, husband and wife, wereo-each fined £1, with 5s costs. afor travelling 1st class on 2nd class ticket. William Clough was fined £2 and 5s costs for having travelled without a ticket. between Melbourne and Bruns wick. Frederick Dyer, who on 12th May showed a ticket dated 1st April, and who gave a false name and addr~ , was similarly penalised. William Simmonds, who appeared in court with - bandage around his head, was charged with having been drunk anld disorderly on -24th June. Con stable Sleddin said lhe found defencdant stupidly drunk in Sydney road. He advised him to go home. but dcfentd ant said hire would go back and have anothlr drink. Defendant was a hard working nin when sober. Defendant: It, has proved an expensive bout for me; I was robbed of £65 at Beveridge on Friday. Defendant...
Educational. HIGHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FOR COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914
Educational. ----·-- +-~- ---- TlIG HFIER EIEMENTARY SCHOOL FOR COBURG. Nearly two years ago the Coburg Council, as the result of a. referendum of the ratepayers, decided to purchase about 15 .acres of land in Bell street for the purpose of providing a large recreation reserve- and gardens, and also a site for a higher elementary school which had been promised by. the authorities. Since that. time, al though repeated applications have been made by the council, nothing de finite towards erecting the building has been done by the dexpartment. At the last meeting of the coduncil a letter was received flrom the member for the district (Mi-. Watt), stating that plans for the erection of the school were at present under consid eration, and'the work would be put in hand early in the next financial year. r. Cashl: According to that it will he started next montih. The BMayor (Cr. Richards): Every Ithing comes to those who wait. (Hear, The lettear.) a received The letter was received.
BRUNSWICK JUNIORS V. HAWTHORN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914
BRUNSWICK JUNIORS V. HAAW-- THORN DISTRICT. This niatch, which was played at Brunswick Park on tlh 20th inst.. was won by Brunswick by oo -points. The local team tried Topham (from Flem ington Pres.), Baker (from Fitzroy), and Dudley (from Moreland District), and all played well. Hayes, who had been injured, made a satisfactory re appearance. Brunswick attackedt on thle bounce, and McLean got first goal for them with a free. The quarter ended: Bruns wick, 3.1; Hawthorn, 1.-. The second term was the best of the match, the general play being very even. Hawthorn forwards did not make the most of their opportunities. how ever, and Brunnswick at the half time interval had a Uiig lead. Scores: Bruns wick, 7.5: FHawthorn, 1.8. In the third iquarter Brunswick fur ther incireased their lead, and playingl w oll together added 16 points, to the visitors' 7. Scores: Brunswick, 9.5; Hawthorn. 2.9. The last quarter was Brnnswick',s. who added 24 points to 3, the game ending: Bruinswick. 12.13 (87...
The Art of Self-defence [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914
The Art of Self.defence - +-- ---- Jir. .rown-Pa iec. thle well-known a;thlete, and manager of the Brunswick Sports D)epot. 3C8 Sydne-y road, writes -"'Many peop:le throutgh want of knowledge. are unabhi to disassociate Ioxint fronm Iutality. and I would thanllk you for space in your valuble coliulns to ~sa a ex\\ words oil the subject. During the last twenty yea.rs 1 have practisedl physical exercises. 1 have c·ompneted in nearly every recog nised branch of athletics: "sad in the light of thant experience I have no hesi inti-n in pilaing hoxing, as a means of phyb-ict:l culturei easily filrst. Why? 11eea,-, it possesses at least all the unerits as a bodily exercise which can he claimed for any other branch of sport hl it-. most ardent supporters, and it has this important advantage ,?t-er al others-it has a decided and vahlhle influence on the formation o, tille chariactor, while it inculcates and develons more qualities likely to ibe of piractical use in the stern bat tle of life ...
Fawkner v. Golden Stars. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914
Fawkner v. Golden Stars. The above teams played at Fawkner on Saturday, June 20. There was a fair -attendance. It was an easy win for Fawkner. The Golden Stars were a fine big team, but lack judgment-. Fawkner played a remarkably good game, and surprised all visitors by the way they have impro?:ed. Fawkner olayed in a resolute manner from the start and soon scored a goal. At quar tor time the scores were: Fawkner, 3.5 Golden Stars, 1 behind. The se cond quarter found Fawkner playing a splendid game and still forging ahead. At half time Faw-kner n-ws 6.8 to Stars:.2. The. third quarter saw. Fawkner still going strong the result. being: Fawkner, 9.,12; Stars, 1.2. The final quarter showed that Farwkner had not played themselves out, hut went straight into the game with gireater zeal, scoring every time, and the game ended : Fawkner, 15.17 (107 points). Golden Stars, 1.2 (8 points). i ho Golden Stars are a fine big team and will do better in the future withI a little training; Stan. Le...
Friendly Societies. Brunswick I.O.O.F., No. 84. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914
Friendly Societies. Brunswick LO..F., No. 84. At the meeting of the above on 18thl June. District D.C. Master installed the officers, assisted by Bros. 'Clayton dud Mackla v- I Five new c andida~tcs welt' iistilled. Memher w tc reminnd ed of soctil to he held on 24th inst. at M (ch1 ui1 Intiiiute. Lodgc's rific (liii . reput was recetve.( Ohceis in stlled w W.O.. Pr . u Ornmond: \ ... . Stnk. Ti. .SN.C., C. Cliyton: I 'S N.. A. 'Tu 1ker: coinductert W. ilolmcs \ Wotd n. W. Lotd hrea D. luroxn: i e.. J. C, 31tinalln k: I.C.. \V. 'Phnimas press correspondent., held over fur all numerheis to he notified of ('lietioln. As thu lodge p055(55 cricket club ii. rifle ctuib. cuchltie ton titnaments. aind socials. this was considered a very imtportant. lfice.
Lawn Tennis. L.T.A.V. PENNANT COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914
Lawn Tennis. L.T.A.V. PENNANT COMIPETITION. Brunswick played Victoria last Sat urday. Result: Kuhn (B1.) d. Mc Lean, 6--2, 6--1; Whaley (B.) d. MLit chell, C---3, 6--4; Mulcahy (B.) d. Seragg, c 6--1. ---2; Donagan (B.).d. Stewartt 6--0, 6--3. Totals, Bruns wick, 4 rubbers, 8 sets, u- games; Vic toria, 16 games.
Brunswick Mayoral Ball. A Brilliant Function. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914
Brunswick Mayoral Ball. A Brilliant Function. The Mayor and Mayoress, Cr. J. and Mrs. Millward. The annual MIayoral Ball was giver by His Worship .the 'Mayor (Cr. J .·~lilhard) randi the Mayvoress (Mrs. 'Millwhrd) at. thle Tow1n Hall, Sydne, ' oa-d; 1Branswick; ?0n Tuesday evening last, the 23rd inst. About 800 persons were present, and the scene it present ed wtill remain ablaze for many year in the memories of all who had th privilege to be-present. The 'Town Hall, from kerbstone oi S\y-dney road to the door entrance, was coveried with an awning, inside of iwhich was lit with brilliant electric fairy lights of. different. 'colors. The entrance to the hall was very artistic ally decorated, presenting a fairylanm appearance. From the roof hunt many large electric globes draped in lemon tango, and suspendedt there fronm rulnning in all directions over th entire hall and on to and around the platform were festoons draped simil arly with colored fairy electric light hanging closely tog...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914
Professionai Colunn. Miss Ethe wne,-' SSOPRiANO VOCALIST. Teacher of Music, Singing, and Voice Production.. 144 Blyth Street, Brunswick. Miss Beatrice Hallamn TEACHER OF SINGING and V2ICE PRODUCTION. PUPIL 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 Gr:adc) Teacher of Singing, Pianoforte, Violin, Harmony, Etc. . tup~g:-i.-,l pared A: ,' - Visits Miiv rks Bros. Moqrekd'::ai Schedi'o 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 VePra Weir, DISTINGUISHED YOUNG VIOLINISTE, Receive pupils at 400 SYDNEY ROAD. SINGING, Elocution, Piano, Violin (Man by System), Theory, Circulars, Tes timonials, par culars at address from Mr. Laught. Mandoline Taught Terms Moderate. Rapid Progress. 16 JESSIE STREE...
Predicament at a Burial Service. MOURNERS SHOCKED. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914
Predicament at a Burial Service. MOURNERS SHOCKED. .A crrespolndent to a .llboiir-ne daily wtrit~ing in resp,,ct, to what he termsn the sh ameful negiligence on the parit of othe imanaaemletnit ,f ('obuti Cemetery. has turniishd details ,f a shocking piece of lnl:lin..t in cohice' tion with a recent ilterment-t taIhat cimnetery. He states that a d;ay or iwo ago iie atiendet thid e ch eilterv to Xiit ne~ss the lurial f a lear friiend. A .-;ave had 1,,en ordered to he exe:iva tedt to ithe size of sevien feet by two feet,, Ihich is the standa'd ..size ac>cord ing to the rmt'eleterlV I'egula tions. bilt it wa. fIndlllc? O 11) iiu It'h too small xlihen the oflin xl was taken to the grtveside. 'i'hel graii diggers atteiin pt 0('l insuieresi'i'vl% to lower the ef iuin. aind then the inorial ser 'Vie hlad to be susptended i lltii the ra Ve was t, llad et lalr ler. The loilurlers wile asked to disperse for somei t,, i ui. lit maniy ,I4 t.lieiim lingered (tl cl tougllh to nticle th ciallio...
People's Liberal Party. NORTH BRUNSWICK SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914
People's Liberal Party. NORTH BRUNSWICK SOCIAL. The combined North Brunswick branches of the People's Liberal Party have. owing to the success of previous functions of this kind, decided to hold anothelr ~ocial in the Masonic Hall on Tuesday evening, July 7th; tick -ts. Is. : dancing. 8 till 11.30: refresh nments. An addmress will be delivered hv one of the six Liberal candidates for the Senate. iThe speaker will pro bably be MJr: W. A. Trenwith.
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914
General News. -- 4--- - Cr. Jewell's vacancy in Middlle wanrd is attracting a nmnbler of caniiidatcs. In. addition to Mr Moulton, Mr A. G. Wiales (ex-sprcs.. iBrunswick A.N.A.) is ulso mentioned. lHe is very enellrgetic , and his practied haw icdag shouhl h. servicealle to tle ratetat(rs. !. D)is Iney is p?usi'lillg an t'lt.iv(e ana~l's ;a( ninst Cr. Fleming. for thel South wti d. 11r. ituart Davies has comumened piactice as naccountant and iauditii ini S'dnev road. Mr Davies his had 12 years practical experienc with Mr TlihOs. Brcnt alu. one of ,Melhourne's leadinc. atcolintants. alnd is also a li eoeiiosed c c (onvo-ndiictol'. l-e is re sponsible for the articles in this paper tithleded llook-keepini for' Tradesmen, nndl is also the principal of the biruns wick lhisiiness Colh'ge. l'roate is heiiing applied for of the will of .TJanis .Toseplh lIrean, aInte of Mount levers. Royal lParade. Park yille. estate agent. deceased, by Anne 1iryce Cooper Brenan, his widow and sole executrix...
Brunswick Ladies' Hockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914
Brunswick Ladies' Hockey Club. day. and were victotrion1s. Cores: Bh'unswiek. 9: 11,'nhy. 2. Best play ers fo. lr,.m n i&lt;k. L. 0 .,,.on. ,. O. et &lt;linsey t l. ,'. WVooten ?I . M. ?Anne (ll. V. H!utch ,?n. Best f:?r [h,'l,'v 31. C'ourtny ?.2), IL. tHone on1 i r1s 13;i[,",'