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Sydney Road Land Values. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914

Sydney Road Land Values. Tlie values along Sydney road are being more than maintained. Dr. Mail- er last week sold near Mitchell street ai portion of his land adjoining the brick shop in course of erection for ':25 per foot. Mr Thomlinson has re fused £30 for land nearly opposite Mit- chell street. About 12 months ago he paid £17 per foot for the same land. The brick shop and the 25 feet of land adjoining it has been sold for £1350. which, as values go, is reasonable en- ough. Land next to the butcher's shop of Mr Dall, opposite Stewart street,   was sold during this week for £35 per foot. The largest transaction to date is the selling of the land on which the Baptist Church stands. This land has a frontage of 120 feet to Sydney road hr a good depth to a right of way. This land has been sold in lots of 20 and 40 feet to Messrs Thomas Pass- field, James Hutchinson, and John Carey at £70 a foot. It is proposed to erect shops on the land. The Bap- tist Church will be built...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914

Co"lspon d1encee Fron .i. G. 1o. askiing for repairs to tooftwao . 1 Mo rcl: nd road W-. Re fterretdt to" Sul'ev-or. . . -: . iFron Coironedne of Councils (Fitz ry. Nortllheote and Brunswick).re de. 'str: -.ii t uminutes of conference. R? IFrom Mloreoland State School Corni wirtt. thai:nks for use of-Brunswick P rk on Emi-ire Day. Received. : From Minister of Railways (to. Cr.: •i -ell. 31.TL.A.) re deputation on .lst •July it Rnailway Offices rei M:,ooneet \ lhy railwav (Flemington - : Bridge t-o 'is..t.. \ale).ci. Received;, all :to attetid,: ii po--ilel. ,iom sister Dy-kes, ie cxnmption of ,hliaw Misision H1all from rating, also nnitatiot to opening ceremony,- June. .it. is many as ipossible to attend. i oror A. 1. Gedge (Muieinal :Re ilrmi C(nlitiiteet). rei deputaton 6th •iil fnil alolition of wards in lBrins wik. lnviicd oni 29th Jun-e. . From ir ot. IFire hrigmade; :minuites. Rl.ceived: Fro- Towin Clerk. Caniberirell - a. (o'py of lettel sent by his council .to eBt. Board. st...

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Brunswick City Council MONDAY, JUNE 22. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 26 June 1914

Brunswick City Council MONDAY, JUNE 22 Intro. Council. b Present: The Mayor (Cr. J. Mill-   ward), Crs. Fleming, Hickford, Wax-   man, Balfe, Allard, Phillips, and Jew- ell, M.P.

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Sydney Road Land Values [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Sydney Road Land Values The most important sale during this s week has been the land of Mrs Warne's 1 swe at the north-east corner of Sydney ( road and Albion street. which has been purchased by l r Staniey' of Moreland Grove for £25 per foot. Dr. Mailer d is not anxious to selit any more of his e Sydne- road land, as he considers that within three years it should be wortl C £100 per foot. Sydney road is in finitely a superior business street to t High street. Northcote, where M1r B. ? E. .Jolhnson during the last. fortnight sold 40 feetat at 6(i0 pier foot. On that basis Dr. Mailer's prophesy is quite catpable of fullfilment. There4 iino ques tion that the east side of Srvdney road 1 from Mitchell strett to MIoreland rd.: is better than the iwest side. There aro threo importann t streets, Mitchel, Donald and Davits streets, on the east side. On the wiest side the railway line blocks through st~ects, and in ad dition there arn the tram sheds, which break the business continuity.

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UNLAWFUL ASSAULT: INSULTING WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

UNLAWFUL ASSAULT: XI-SULT-. ING WORDS. Thomas Dwerrvhouse. of O'Hea's road, Coburg, charged John Grieve, of Fawkner, with haiving unlawfully as saulted him on the 18t h June nlast. The defendant took out 3 cross-summons against complainant and charged h!im with using rnsulting words on thl same date. The both charges arose out of the same transaction, and by consent were heard together. ,Mr. Larkin (Reynolds and Larkin) appear ed for Thols. Dwerryho use, abd 3r. Shannon for tIr. Grieve. It appeared that Dwr yhelose owinied some land at Fawkner, and found some cattle on it. A dispute with Griere ended in a scuffle. in which Dwerry house alleged that Grieve s.truck him on the face, cutting it and necessita?t mng several stitches being put in. Grieve alleged that Du errrhouse used ,somen very filthby language (which was handed to the Bench on a bit of paper, being unlit for publication) and in addition called him'a mongrel and a loafer. etc.. etc. After hearing the parties and their wi...

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Coburg Police Court TUESDAY, JUNE 30. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Coburg Police Court TUESDAY, JUNE 30. Before M~esrss. Waters (chairman), Roberts, .Springhall, . Arthur and Jones, J.P.'s.

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Brunswick's Stadium. RATEPAYERS OPPOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Brunswick's Stadium. RATEPAYTERS OPPOSE. (Unavoidablyheld over from last i- ne. Mr. C. B. Parker, of the i Brunswi?k Sports Depot, 558 Sydney road, d.ir-r ed to erect an amphitheatrc for aI letic purposes in Victoria street west, adjoining the Brunswick rail'ay ,' - tion, and asking if the council hald any objection if the Under Secretary gran ted hini a license and subsequently waited on the Public Workt Conunit tee, which recommended to the las~t council meetimig that it had no such objection, provided the law was other wise complied with.v. A k putation waited on the: .council to protest ag ainst the affair, but did not get to a hearing, as (Cr. Balfe. (chairman of -he Public Works Committee) stated that he desired the matter refenred back to the committee for reconsideration. He had been considering it :more and lik ed it less, but he did hot propose to discuss it that night, and had reasons why it should be considered in com mittee, and the deputation could be thenalieard if an...

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Moreland Resident in Trouble MISREPRESENTATION CHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Moreland Resident in Trouble -·- ----0----- MISHEPIRESENTrATION C 'ARG1WCED. Charged with having obtained £40 fronm Joseph Francis Daii' in July last, by false representat ion. Johb Hli ton Hayes. a wtv desll-d sed mint who teas stated to be conducting a business in Sydney road, iSoreiandi know' its the Dr. Lee' inni ttuini (omip'niv was remandd 4it ihe uiti C ourt ton 2dth Jutine Iast to appea. at thie Rch mond Court on Juli i . Bal viis iv - lowed in a surati ot £'0.) and hii ow bond in a. like imouni. Detective Brenniu stait U th it in Jitlt of last veir, whie iies ;wais in the tnployv f t I txpent-itint tim' as a iattnasse he mt Daly. antn t ugi* st ed to hinm pariitnership to' te nimunim inc-trmtt of t tl t extminatet tLaugh tot. lii iri w t-o i kinoni i-. the 1Ihon Etf x ntermlint r. '' i ' 1) ' was to receive i 'a k il! ithe lsiiiess 1. i ti it-,n ea' t-oing c lce Thicii they 'aei o to b0 on a ithiili-sh heais d m Haye iwa to imapoti to Dlb th. Ise inxt rmiato DIalv pa. itli ...

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Remarkable Allegations. THAT PARK STREET FENCE: SCENE NO. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Remarkable Ailegations. THAT PARK 8TREET FENCE: SCENE NO. 2. Cr. Flemiiniz at the last meeting of the Brunswick Council nmoved- that the 'Tow ii Clerk be instructe4 to:. Write to the Žlbolhourie City Countcil asking ita whliether i it was at thel instigition aun uirection thait the fence across kasU street west -it FeIming str'e- wps' prece ted. lie denied tihat .he iat -te fence au:e-s the roadway, And sftoe the -. Citx Counii did it. He uent on to Sly that Cir. Iillips said he (Cr Fle. mingi put it there, 'iid lhe wuinted to i'pre who was the livr. \nrother gen t hzn was gNoing to chop it down. Tihe Go-¶eriiinmnt put it there, 'md it 1 ia ' dalroun to toucch it. Cr, Phil ii'· ry-· t -raze cows there 'md pock It th mliuv. Hfe iCOr Fltemigi) waiUt. Id hi iun-ter cle'ired2 .Re never 101 ck up the fttnce. Addressing Or. Plh'il.. e slie d 'Ilih-t is better than iut'. Phuilpl-, tingu to get 300 golden so;verOiun. uit of this council." Cr. ili hts: p I deny the 'ssertion. 1e iCri. IFleuu...

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Scene in Brunswick City Council STARTLING ALLEGATIONS. REVOLVER PRODUCED. THAT PARK STREET FENCE: SCENE NO. 1. (Unavoidably held over from last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Scene in Brunswick City Council STARTLING ALLEGATIONS. REVOLVER PRODUCED. THAT PARK STREET FENCE: SCENE NO. 1. (Unavoidabhly held over from last issue.) At. the last council meeting tile Pub lie Works Conunittee reconmendedc that the Town Clerk be instructed to write to the Melbourne City Council, asking them to send out an officer to meet anId confer with the surveyor, with a view to removing tihe fence across Park street west. It appears that a MJr. Thornton grazed his cattle on some land there abouts, and that Cr. Fleming turned them off the ground several times. Cr. Phillips said Mr. Thornton wans present, and asked the council to hear him re removing the fence. Cr. Fleming: I more that we don't hear him. Cr. Phillips: I object to be'ng insult ed by Cr. Fleming. Cr. Fleming (to Cr. Phillips): You're a liar! (Uproar.) Cr. Phillips: I demand the with drawal of those words. The Mayor (to Cr. Fleming): You must withdraw. The Mayor: I refuse to hear Mr. 'T'horntom Cr. Phillips: I und...

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Coburg Town Council. WEDNESDAY, JULY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Coburg Town Council. WEDNEISDAY, JUILY 1. P'resent: I'he Mayor Cr. 11. I.1. 1 ich ards)- Crs. Cash, A nderson. H:i ket: Davis. MeAlpine, Bush and Keane. lRoport of Health Conmuittee (Cr. A\dter'on: chairman) : That the fortnightly retport ot Ileat Insfpeto-r re cond ition of i bhatoirs and the careases branded thereat he -e ceiv? edt. That Mr. l'. Cond<one. ii B i-ha-uds street, be grantled an t'x mrpt ion from1 the necessity of construction of man utre bin on his premises. stuch to re main in force during the pl~an.ure of the council only. 'T'hat; the attrention of Mr Mur'plry be drawn to the di-rty condition of tlie streets and lanes adjacetnt to li- dairy and caused -by the cows joing to and froun the milking sheds anti tlhat he be ordered to take the necessary ac tion to abate the nuisance. lThat consent be givten to the deposit of nightsoi on land owned by Mr W. Veitch and sittuate between Shorts and Wheantheaf roads. )During the past week 17 head of cattlo were impo...

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Brunswick & Coburg Electric Tramway League. INDIGNATION AT COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Brunswick & Coburg Electric Tramway League. INDIGNATION AT COBURG. At a mniecting of the Brunswick and Coburg Electrie 'T'raniway League in thle coun'il clhanbers, Coburg, on Thursday night indignation was ex prcsstd tt tie reported intenttlinll of the I ili'nswick and Coelurg Tramwnay ITrust to ilter the route laid down in tih \At ind tcnstruct a line along Moreland road instead of along Nichoi s)on streect to Bell strtet to junctioct nith the Sydney rioad line. .\1 F. ,J. Tucker moved, ind 1r T. l . C risp sec.ide) d T[hnt a letter he wrlitlten to the ioverio in Coeninil rt questing himn to \Xithold the I'der in Cotunuil granting p ow1 to the blrunsu i-ok iand Coburg r u twivy Trusit lto c-ii striict lines until the Ieague had no opportunity of phnning their views bou' him itt re-tard to the route-. cr1 P. B. T"ierneytt it suippu'oting the moin otion, said thli n iy dt'c tio Ilrotll the routes reconnededl hy thle -li. wrays Standing Counlittee. and- enthod ed itt the Act. ...

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Brunswick City Angling Club SUCCESSFUL SMOKE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Brunswick City Angling Club SUCCESSFUL SMOKE NIGHT. The Brunswick City Angling Club held its fourth annual smoke night at the Mechanics' Institute, Sydney road, B-Unswick, on Thursday evening, the 25th June last. There was a large at tendance and Cr. J. Waxman presided. The hen. secretary, Mr. J. Bailey, pre pared a first-class vocal and instrumen tal programme, which was greatly ap preciated and well executed by the varioids artists, who were frequently applauded. The programme was as follows: Overture, by pianist; song, Mr Mulcahv: song. Mr Oliver; song, Mr Madden and Mr Fisher: toast Pis catorial Society, proposed by Mr G. Dowsan, responded to b- Mr. Wilkin son: ong, Mr Sanders; song, Mr Ta'y lor; presentation of trophies, by Cr. J. Waxman; song, Mr Jackson; toast, Donors, proposed by Mr T. Dawson, responded by Mons. Aret; song, Mr Brown and Mr Feebie; song, Mr Bel shaw; song, Mr. Jackson: toast, Vis itors, proposed by Mr A. Couch; song, Mr Brown and Mr Feeble. Trophy List. C. O'...

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Congratulations TO CR. D. V. HENNESSY (LORD MAYOR). [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Congratulations - --+- - TO CR.. D. \. HENNESSY (LORD MAYOR). At the last Brulnswick Council meet ing Cr. Waxman moved that, a letter of congratulation be sent to the Lor,! Mayor of Melbourne on his appoit ment as ni alderman. Cr-. Hickfi'ord seconded tihe motion. Cr. Phillips;, inI supporting it, stated if lhe took the same interest, in Melibourne as ihe did in Brunswick it niust go ahiead. lHe was an ornametnt to the city, andl he was pleacsed to see his work recogniscd. Cr. F'leming snupported the i'lotioin, and statedti thtat the lotord .layor w'as one of his pupils (niin iipally), and that he broke him in. iThe Mayor i uppor1t ed the motion, which was narriced. COit RG'S NEW J.P. Mr. Rlhberts (of Hoheirts, Stanley and Co.. lautioneers. Sydney roalt, Mlorelaind) itook l is seat on thei Coliur'' Bench last ''Tuesidav, and twas the ire cipient of well-deseirved con.rantl:ltions i fronl those .preseit in coturt. The chairman. Mr. WVatcr.', ,.P., said it was the first tine Mlr iober...

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Fawkner News. FAWKNER LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Fawkner News. FAWKNER LITERARY AND DE BATING SOCIETY. There was a splendid attendance of members of the above society at its last meeting. The president.,-Rev. A. McNeilage, was in the chair. Several friends were admitted to membership. Owing to the debate with the Bruns wick Society, there will be no meeting on Tuesday next. Messrs. A. Smith, H. Evenden and T. C. Willmott were chosen to represent the Fawkner So ciety; they are to speak against the Compulsory Military Training, which w-as selected as the subject for debate. The syllabus item for the evening was a debate on ----Is the piresent system of inmmigration in the best interests of Australina ? Mr Campbell Robson op ened the case for the affirmative, and Miss Jean Smith for the negative. Messrs. A. Smnith, T. Willmott and Miss Gladrs HOdson spoke in favor; and Mr W. H. Wilmott and Misses Rosela Hodmon, Elsie Smith and Lily IKennedy spoke against it. The discus sion was very interestinag several o the speakers spoke for the f...

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Go-ahead Brunswick. THE BRUNSWICK PALAIS DE DANSE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Go-ahead Brunswick. THE BRUNSWICK PALAIS DE I)ANSE. . The erection of the Brunswick Pal ais de Danse at the corner of Sydney road and Barkly street is making great headway. Mr Hannah, the contrac tor, is making good progress. Mr Pat tison, the architect, and Messrs. Hume Cook, Or Waxman and Mr E. E. Sal man are the directors. Mr Hume Cook is the managing director.

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Brunswick Cricket Club GRAND SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Brunswick Cricket Club GRAND SOCIAL. (Unavoidably held over from aInst issue.) A grand( social was lheld in the M1e chanics' Institute on June 17. in con nection withl tile B1nuswick Cricket Club. arranged by the Ladies' Conm miittee. It proved to be very enjoy able and successful. The hall was pretP tily decorated in all red Miss Hoggon co~tribted an appreciated musical itnem. Mr. Geo. Sloan (president.) and Mrs L. Raphael (secretary) worked harl, t- rnako--it. -n.:mtwv ess."a: Mr- Arthttr l8efl ; was master of " ceremonics, and the catering was done by Ferguson. A most enjoyable evening was spent. The following is a description of ome of the drcsso~ n: .Miss Iloggomn, cream ninon, trimmed Irish lacc. iMrs Lewis IRaphael, draped black crepeo do chine, flame colored crepe de chino belt. caugrht. at waist with roses. Miss Raphael. white embroidered silk. trimmed with seed pearls and silver trinmning. Miis Dixon. embossed voile, and flo ral sash. Mrs .J. Ryan, white charmeuse sat in, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

A BOON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. 334-336 SYDN\EY RO\AD, (Near Methodist Church) Anrd at 870 Sydn!ey Radl. Agent for Suttons. b AH T For the famlous AIStFSTE'IA S. ESTABLISHED 1885. ' i Terms:.irranged Organs, Violins, and other Musical Instruments, Phonographs, Records, Music, Etc. Etc. 400 S dniey Road, BRUNSWICK. Slr? !swick's Le:ading feweler W Matcmaker and Optician. - m i. v 't Jewe try, Watches, .Ciek:kEtcroplate Brtishes, Mirrors, Hand Bags, Etc., Etc., to V AWAY M E . 'Every Cash Customer. You can chose your own Free Gift, as any article will be given freely and without any fuss.. We also do Cas Sor ETts if it MII Sltyu. W: y et ti CTodaly? BEATTIE and CO. The Leading Tailors. Give them a Trial for Suits or Ladies' Costumes. Our Motto," CIVILITY." A BOON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. MARKS BROS. 334-336 SYDNEY ROAD, . (near Methodist Church) And at 870 Sydney Road. Agents for Suttons. ELLu 8, MANTLE-iECE MAKERS. .Factory behind Shop. 3Mantles, Tiles, Gr...

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Beautification COBURG STATE SCHOOL COMMITTEE MAKES A MOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Beautification COBURG STATE SCHOOL COMMIT TEE 3LMAKES A MOVE. A meeting of parents and suppolrt ers of the Coburg State school was held in the school, Bell street, on Monday last, the 23rd June, at 8 p.m. There was a fair attendance of" ladies and gentlemen. Some apologies were also received from sympathisers, who were unable to be present. The meeting 'was cournvened by the Co£burrr School Commit.tee, for the pur pose of forming a social committee to assist in raising funds for improving and beautifying the Infant School surroundings. Cr Campbell. chairman of the School. Committee, whlo occupied the chair, explained the object of the meeting, after whici it was decided by resolu tion. that a Social Committee in con nection with school improvements be formed. The following ladies and gentlemen were then elected members of the So cial Commuittee: Mesdames Richards (the 31avoress). Rodgers, Jlukes, Fllvnn. Stehphenson. Whelan, Dwyer. Corbett. Pattinson. Clarke. Riv~ers. MIisses Ieatti...

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Coburg Mayoral "At Home' FULLER DETAILS OF DRESSES WORN, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Coburg Mayoral "At Home' FULLER DETAILS OF DRESSES WORN? ETC. Owing to pressure of spare the diresses worn at the At Hoime given by the Mayor and. Mayoress of Coburg (Cr. and Mrs. Richards) in the Public Hall, Bell street. Coburg. on Saturday. Othi June last, coul not be fully re i)orted aInst issue. The following is a fulled report : The .Mayoress was gownedl in black satin, the bodice of white ninon. vail ed \withl black. A sash of deep red made a pretty finish. Among those present wiert Mrs W\. A. Watt, who wore black satin, the soft white bodice lined with silver gauze. A large pink rose was enectively worn on the corsage. The \Mayor of Collingwood and Mrs. T. Luxford; the latter was dressed in grey satin, the bodice inlet with Per sian embroidery. lThe Ma-or of Essendon and M rs. H-lenderson: the latter was in black satin, veiled with steel-embroidered black ninon: the bodice was set with a posy of purple hyancinths. The lMayor of Northicote and Mrs. S. Donnis; -the latter was ...

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