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REFERENCE IN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

REIFERFlNC IN (OUNCIL. At the Cohurg Conncil meeting last Wedneshday evening the 31ayor (Cr. -1. J. Rlichards) reterred to the death of Mrs. Grundy' and in passing referred to Mr C. Grundy as in ideal council lor and former M\'yor o" the town, and he took this opportunity of paying a last tribute to the late wife, whom he had known for niany ytars as a de voted *ife and mother. He deply re gretted her death and heartily syni pathised with Mr Grundy iin his sad loss. He moved n letter of i.ondolenie he sent to Mr GC rondy. Cr. Hackett seconded, aind oxpresst', sorrow at thle saal neculrellOce. Crs. ('inlphell and Davies, in sip porting. ex pressed sorrow antid referred to deceased's sterling qualities and work on comnittees. Slih left, no stone oniturntinI in order to succeed in a nv thing she was doing. She was .Mayor ess at. the time of the collection for ihe Austin Hospital when they had a re cord amnoint collected, miainlv through her efforts. Th6 meotion was put and carried.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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The Late Alderman Marks. FEELING REFERENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

The Late Alderman Marks. FEELING REFERENSCES. At the last Brunswick Council meet ing Cr. Phillips riferred to the pass ing away of three aldercmen, Messrs. Ham, Cooke and MIarks. He statedl that Cr-. Marks was a worthy repre sentative of the city and a man of great, ability, whose advice would be missed. He moved that a letter of condolence be sent to the relatives. Gr. Hlickford seconded the lmotion, and referred to the chief characteristic of the deceased's being kindness of heart, and also a genuine man. Cr. Fleming supported the motion, and stated de ceased was one of tile most straightfor ward men in Australia. He was chair man of the Finance Committee on the Board, which ihas lost a valinable man, and -so had the City Council Finance Ctanmittee.' The motion tras carried.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Coburg Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Coburg Pictures Patrons of Lake Hall pictures will leise note that the regular perman en; nights are, frlom thlis date--\\l niesdav and Saturday. Special picture niglits, in addition to the above, may; occasionally lhe liihl. but the will be specially advertised. For instance, the Coburi Baind and ,Orchestra w re holding i special picture night on Thursday, July 9th. a.dmlissiei to whlich is one sihilling. This enterrni- I Imcint is quite apart fromn tlhe Ilake Hall regular picture nights. which are- : Saturday, July -ith, whln a real thriller, the Cast of the Die, an ah sorbing western drama lv thl populhr EIsany Co. V(ednesday. July thi. tlhc star pie ture will be IThe Stu'giie, a dlisl:iic tiec feature finl. Thiii sday. Juuly tilh, special nighvt flr Coburg r Bandd aol Orchestra. A new fcature lilmn onlyr released on the 1st .iunie hisi been selected ir the star. eititled 1 Sh-ll -Avenioe, 273;8 feet, by the Nordisk Co. Iake Hall Pictures are, on their me iits, puilic favorites.<...

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

Personal. Mr J. Owen Davies, the great Welsh singer, late of Cardiff, Wales, has con sented to render tuwo vocal items at the Empire Theatre on Wednesday, 12th Aullgust, the occasidn being the benefit night in aid of the Melbourne Hospl a11. Mr DIavies has won several semll natioral competitions in \\ ales, so pa trons can rely on having sometlung good in store. asse An engagement is announced be tween Miss Mabel Goode, youngest daunghter of Mr. J. P. Goode and the late Mrs. Goodle, of Kyneton, and Mr it. Williams, eldest son of Mrs Wil liams and the late Mr J. Williams, of \Varburton streot. East _Brunswick. **** The Rev. J. A. Croclkett, minister of the Brunswick Presbyteriun Churclh, has returned from a visit to the church's mission stations in tlhe north ern part of Australin. \lir A. lcA.skil, of F'awkner, uiet with an accident through colliding with a trli (car, alnd had a miralculous es cape. Hle was riding his bike behind a tramn coniing towards lirunswick, when the traun pu...

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FOOTBALL Fawkner v. Mount Erica. (MALVERN). A WIN FOR FAWKNER. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

FOOTBALL O Fawkner v. Mount Erica. (M1ALY ERN). A\ WIN FOR FAWVKNEIl. A splendid igame of foothall was Siutnessc-d at 1 awknicr on Saturday. Junt 27. Excitellenlt t was intelnse alt th-ough, -ind lalthough Farakner won, iz was a hard-fought victory. Mount Irini scircd a behind in t.he first ain liute, t w\o Ilmore follow ing. I'awkiner plitayt'l witiih great jiudgmentt and l at lquiter til• lie the scorecs \cre: Fawk nier 1.3: Mouit Erica . G behinds. 'fhe hliobatelt Ioulont Ericas lighting very haIrd. .\t half timen the scores werre: F'awkner, 2.{i; Mouni t Erica. 1.6. Af tor the rest. Fawkner played a sphin 4id game. At three-quarter tne . tie scores werel' : Fawkneir' -.-. : Mount 1"1 itn, 1.S. The hlnat quarret"r was ta" t and furt otis, anld at one time it lookoed as it i-awknelr would be.beaten. hut. nicever indg, thoy hteh their own, and the tinal iresults: ,'awkuknort 5. (35 point-). Mount Erica, 3.8 t2i poiatŽ-. T. Suckliug, P~eteraili and W\. M1as on-hpluyed well for \M;al...

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DEATH OF MRS. A. GRUNDY (A FORMER MAYORESS OF COBURG). [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

DEATH OF MRS. A. GRUNDY (A FORIMER MAYORESS OF CO BURG). Mrs Annie _Grundy, wife of Mr Geo. Grundy, formerly Mayor of Coburg, died at her home. Woolacott street, Coburg, on the 29th June. She was the second daughter of the la: Mrh Martin Moroney, of Greta West, Be nalla. She leaves five children. In consequence of his bereavement, Mr. Grundy. who had signified his inten tion of standing as n- Indelpendent candidate for the Essendon seat in the State Parliament, will not he a candi date. On Wtedlnesday afternon last the funeral took place to the new Mel bc "-ne General Cemetetry at Fawkner. Prlior to the burial a service was con ducted at St. Paul's R.C. Clhurch. Co burg, by Rev. Fr. Hayes. The Mayor and councillors of Coburg were present at. the graveside. MrI. J. Allison had charge of the mortuary arrangements.

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Well-known Citizens Pass Away. DEATH OF MR. JOSEPH BAKER PEVERELL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Well-known Citizens Pass Away. DEATH OF MR. JOSEPH BAKER PEVERELL. ThLe death of Mr Joseph Baker Pev erell, at an early age of 39 years, came as a grievous surprise to a wide cirele of friends. With Mr Clayton he attendtled the football match at the Carlton oval between Carlton and Col lingwood on Saturday afternoon, June 20. He complained of a severe cold, and on Monday morning his medical adviser ordered himin inmmediately to bedl, as he was suffering from a severe attack of influenza, which developed rapidly to pneumonia, to which fell disease Mr P'everell succumbed on Sa turday, June 27th, at his residence, 11 Mounttield street, Brunswclk. Mr Pe verell, who was the third eldest son of Mr James Peverell. for many vealrs an esteemed official of the ilnmnswick Counlcil. leaves a widow survivinug him. Mr Peverell will be greatly mnissed in Brunswick and Coburg. where his cheery hearty genuine manner was al ways welcome. -ie was thire steady warm supporter of all institutions that ma...

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

Professional Column. Miss Ethe Browne, SOPRANO VOCALIST. Teacher of Music, Singing, and Voice Production .. 144 Blyth Street, Brunswick. Miss Beatrice Hallam TEACHER OF SINGING and VOICE SPRODUCTION. 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 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, AN ID Miss Vera 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 STREET, Ne...

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Moreland State School. SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Moreland State School. SOCIAL AND PRESE~NTATION. The most successful social so far this season was held in the School Hall, De Carle street, Saturday evening last. During an interval in the pro gramme a presentation was made by the School Committee to Miss F. M. Galant, a member of the teaching staff who has been promoted to a position in the Wonthaggi. School. In handing to Miss Galant a silver inkstand an pen in the form of a miniature motor car, Cr. Jos. Waxnman said that the school was sustainiig a loss by her de parture. She had beeni always willing and ready to assist ifi any movement for the advancement of the school. By her pleasant manner and thorough me :?}?,.:d s o~f ?,,-?v·i-i:-? ,,!tt,? Lad ec..d?.are;? .-ie ".-i ,, l r every s,.t , l ':c ss. -l i .I and happiness in her new position. Mr L. Evans briefly responded on behalf of ,,~s Galant. An attractive vocal programme was gone through. Songs were nicely rendered by Miss Brown and were mnuch appreciated. Mr Row lands co...

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The Electric Tramway Question. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

3brunui\icit anld Coburg 2eaber. PUBLISHED ON FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1914 The Electric Tramway Question. --------0---------O Thei tlramway question is necessarily thel focus of attention in lBrunswick a ndl Cohurg.- lThis is thlit properl atti tuode. What 31atthew Arnold would call thle epollch of concentrlation is tilhe only way gelllnuine work is done inl tihis world: llwhatever ihaplpelns inl the next. Opinions on the tramlway question hav' uh tergone remarkahble ch'anges in ('ohllrg. Less thlan twelve months ago Ino-IlOlO nt ldvo(.nting illlproved methods of t.ravelling ill (Cohu111 was s-'Oll ted hy a sec-ionl of the rIItc)pivetrs a s a cnll didat' for KewI . Nowv all is chanlged. Tilher.l is 1pr1 ti( allv a illnallillOlls de Sire to ha've tllh elect'lil tlr lilways as S.tOll as possitbh,, layv 1oW iS (0n11 :-ider~ed not onlyl as d]iilltolls. hilt als criminiil. The t3nltition of the Sidnv' roalt is onlyl tolellated because i itis rt-e conlised tliat, within a few mllo...

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FOOTBALL. EMUS (CORNWELL'S) V. WUNDERLICH POTTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

FOOTBALL. EMUJS (CORNW~ LL'S) V. WUiN DERLICH POTTERY. This match was played at South Mo rang, on the 28th June, in the pres encei of a large number of spectators. Both teams were well represented. J. teeson led :the Emus, and. S. Dudley had chlarge of the Wunderlichs. After a very interesting game the Emus came out winners wB 9 points. The scores were: Emus, 9.6; Wunderlicls, 4:." Emus playved dashing football, andL their system was perfect. Their best players were H. Ashton, O'Mealra '2, J. O'Leary, J. Walker, G. Butler, C. Smith; andl G. Walker. Thie goal kick ers were'H. Ashlton 3, J O'Leary J.3 Walker and Darbo. Thlose who played well -for the losers were Stevenson, S Dudley, Shutler, Mahar, and J. Dke. lThe gal kicke~ s swere J. Woods 2, R. Shutler 2. . The Emunswouild be pleased- to meet· other pottories in a frienidly game. By writing to J. Leeson, Corniweel's l pot-' tery, a match:can soon be arranged;

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Lawn Tennis. L.T.A.V. PENNANT COMPETITION Grade C. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Lawn TenniS. I,.T.A.. PEtNNANT COMPETITION Grade C. Brunswick v. Preston: KuLh (B.) d. Tompkins, '0-3,. 6-1; ; .?Vilkiw -(P;) d;. Whaley, 6-5, 4-6, 9-7; Temple (P.),d. Mulcanhy, 6-4, 6-2; Donagan (B.) d. Wilkinson, 6-3, 4-n, 6-2. Totals: Brunswick, 2 rubbers, 5 sets, 52 games; Preston, 2 rubbers, 5 sets, 46 gamnes. Brunswick (3rd section), South Yarra (2nd section), and Melbourne (Sth Eec tion), are now the only unbeaten teams in C division. Grade D. Brunswick received a walk-over from Fitzroy.

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THE HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

THE HARRIERS. Coburg (25) ran fron the residence of Mr W. Sclober, 'Oaklands,' Au burn. A trail was laid by A. Schober and A. Gray, over seven miles of good country in the Deepdene direction. The first three home for half-mile run in were: D. MelDolgall, 95 yards. 1st; R. lirch, 5 yards. 2nd; J Gillesplce, 100 yards, 3rd. At the conclusion of the run the gathering 'was .hospitably entertained by Mr and Miss SchobLr. During the evening Mr J. Me3ade was presented with a handsome stop-watch, a gift from Unckley and Nunn's em ployees. lThe presentation was imade by IMr. A. C. Dredge (president). Saturday, July 4: Four mile open road race at. Brighton 'Park. Members are asked to come along and have a pack run. Brunswick (22) held a combined run with a good muster of St. Stephens's. at Camberwell. W. O'Hanlon andt Garnet Bi-ooks had charge of the trail bags and set a trail through 'abbage patches, golf links. etc.. for about 7 miles, and eventually evaded capture. The slow pack were paced...

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Football. BRUNSWICK V. NORTHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Football. BRUNSWICK V. NORTHCOTE. The above match was plnaed on the Brunswick ground last Saturday, and resulted in a victory for Brunswick by 7 points. Though Northcote have not often enjoyed the taste of victory and suffered one more defeat against Brunswick on Saturday, there was more honor to themn in losing such a match than in winning many - much more honor, indeed, than their man agement gained lately in laying down the principle that a delegate could'not serve his club faithfully and yet retain the impulses and instincts or fair play of a sportsman. The NortIhcote Club was never so discreditedt by its" fail ures in the field as they were when their executive lately forced the resig nation of one of the faires't and most broadminded of their representatives. As the match was played upon the Brunswick ground, and tlhe home team felt quite confident as to the issue, they considered it an excellent oppor tunity for giving some of their veter ans a. rest, and t.rying new men, two...

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

Auctioneers and Estate Agents. IOWITS, STALEY &amp; COY. M'soLA. (MORELAND'S LEADING AGENTS) AUCTIONEER, SWORN VALUATOR, SUB-DIVISIONAL LAND EXPERTS, RENT COLLECTORS, FURNITURE SALESMEN. Alave 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 Property Salesmen NEW AND COMMODIOUS PREMISES, SYDNEY ROAD, Corner of Blyth Street. ESTABLt.ISIIED 16 YEARS. ... --0 URSPECIALTY Auction Sa!les of Property and Subdivision of Land by our Auctioneer, Mr. THOS. E. CRISP, who 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, &amp;c. effected...

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

OURSELVES. ihle "Brunswick and C'oburg L-ad? is publisn.d ov.rv Fiday Ovin._l* at the ofiie, o?' Blakeley a:n, ,Ja?.kso. Pty. Ltd.. No. 500 ,f dney rioadI Brnus:nMk ?,_opp--ite tto?,per's>: tehl ph..n, Den:'m? wick No. .!8. Beprt'sentatv, a tre n R,-pr ,,s cnra nt. ires. .. ,as a :i ti..- ;tm. clubs, soceieties, conu'?inc-?- an.. ,..z?'. ,-organisatiots are cod.·id l·}- himl.-,i ., 'pione or send u.-s ,a:tie'durs of !:,h events and afairs icpp*ning ii -,:1 nection thl-rei;rh f. pub!ie:' tioi , an, they will Be insertied. W?e also ?., stpectfully inviz(, p,:,sons to? forw-ard- ?: for publientio. particulars t., any con: uwrcial, historiea!, social or per'so.nni items, or relating to the ilinesses, r,, coveries, deaths or marriages of iotal residents. or their days: "'at home," "not at? home." ,or any" other items 4'i local news, .social, pe.ron~al or other wise. ~IjE~t~liV flit~ j)~f1i~~ cI :n 'j ror pubbea·:tnin panrtuic i ' 'r oill 11)1' c,: mtweril, hm'stci icll E'n il CI' pe"'...

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

Lacrosse. Coburg played Canterbuiy last Sat urday and were. beaten by 4 to 2. Coburg visit Footscray. on Saturday (July 4) to play the local team. Last time these teams met the scores were: Coburg, 3; Footacray, 5.

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

BASEBALL. Brunswick played Fitzroy last Sat urdalv in a most dlecisive fashion, play ing a first-class game °throoughout. The scores were: Brunswick, 2~5; lFitzroy, 6.

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Church Clubs at Play [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

Church Clubs at Play O Christ Church Choir (Brunswick) v. St. James's Choir (West Melbourne): This match was played on the ground of the former club, and resulted in a win for the Christ Church, who scored 11 goals 11 behinds, as against 4 goals 8 behinds. Christ Church's best plaiy ers were: Farrow 2, Eagles 1, G. Batt (capt.) 1. Snell and L. Batt; St. James's, Wilcox, Groves, Corkill, Gray, A. Stone, A. BIunn, and John Bunny.

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POSITIONS OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914

POSITIONS OF CLUBS. W. L. D. I'ts.l'.c. Footcray . .. 10 3 0 5, 77 North Melb. .. 10. 3 0 40 77 \Williamstown 8 5 0 32 01 Brunswick .. 5 1 30 57i TEcsemlon .. .. 7 0 28 354 rahran .... 5 2 28 54 Brighton .... 0 7 0 24 ,16 Port Melb. . 6 7 0 24 46 Hawthorn .... 2 10 1 10 17 Northcote .... 1 12 0 4 7 Melbourne District Football Association. BRUNSWICK JU'NIORS V. HAW THORN. Bru.nswick, who defeanted this teain by 07 points on the previous Saturday, took tilhe opportunity of trying several new play ers. However, the experimlent was not succ.essful, as Brunswick were 5 points to the bhad at the end of thio nmatch, the scores heing: Hanwthlorn, 8.5 3(54 points). Brunswick, t.13 (49 points). Brunswick's kicking for goal was very poor. The finish of the match was most exciting. Brunswick added 2 goals within 5 minutes of time, their last goal being seored 2 minutes be fore time, giving them a lead of 7 points. Hawthorn replied with great dash by scoring 2 goals in about a main ute and a hal...

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