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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914
Reserve.Your Purchases ! Walkers Stores Coburg Fire Salvage Sale! -----+ ......r . . . .....= -- - .... .- .?C- -- f' II I WILL COMMENCE IN A FEW DAYS. Temporary Premises are now being Erected NEXT COBURG SAVINGS BANK. STOCK MUST BE SOLD. BRUNSWICK BUSINESS COLLEGE BOOK KEEPING, TYPEWRITING, SHORTHAND, CORRESPONDENCE. - ADVANCED ACCOUNTANCY. Evening Classes Only. Full Particulars at Oice,. 255 SYDNEY ROAD, - Phone, 177 Brunswick. Principal: STUART A. DA?vis, Public Accountant and Auditor. Stuart A. Davis, ACCOUNTANT and AUDITOR, 12 years practical experience !n leading Melbourne Accountant's office. Books of Account opened and kept Balance Sheets and Profit and Loss Accounts prepared. Present Sytemrns revised. Private Secretarial work exe cuted. Adnress: 255 Sydney Road Brunswick, Fripp & Co's Corner. Special Winter Sale AT MRS. A. WOOD, 336-338 Sydney Road Coburg. COMMENCING FRIDAY JULY 3rd. Great Reductions in Ail Lines--Woollen (G.ds.- Hosiery. Cor'-ets, Underclothing ,Il...
ROYAL CHARTER P.A.F.S. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914
ROAL OCHARTER Ext i S The Iusual meeting of :thi aborv lodge was held o ntlhe 24th June. :.The new ly-elected Master, Bro. :Pepxet pre sided Over a good'nt.eiidan??e Corre spomlence included an intimation thnt the Grand Master would visit Bruns wick on the 22nd July X An invitation from -Nortlh .Melbourne Lodge, to at tend a compliment?uy social to the Grand Master on July Cth. was anc cepted. Sick p~aiy to three membners was passed. One -member joined by clearancee and one candidate was ini tiated. After thte busine.s Bro. .!ar vie and Bro. Watkins and a party it atlet.es froma the Barkly Hall ,ymn:a tium. gave a very interestinig Ii'pla y.
Aspiring Public Speakers A HINT FROM MR. ALEXANDER WATSON. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914
Aspiring Public Speakers A HINT FROM MR. ALEXANDER WATSON. "Australia and New Zealand are fT1ll of aspirin' rccitors and public speak ors." says W. A. Somerset in the July issue of -Life.' just to hand, and in order to satisfv some at least of the aspirations of these would-be orators Mr. Alexandor Wa tson.: the famous Enalish elocutionist, explains in an in terview his iiethods of vocal training and elocution. It is a really valuable exposition on the art of recciting and speakin' in public, and should prove valuable not merely to those competi tors for distinction in the numerous conipetitions tlhat are held ihroug.hout \ustralasi' habt. to all wihose duties call ?upon thnem for piublic speakinmg. In the .-ame i.--ue of 'Life an Auis tralialn traveller coni l lnn 's I!is ;ticles on hunrinu and t.rading, in S-outh Ai rica. anl "describes exactly what it costs in timei. nolney, and energy to equip a hbi,-ane shlooiing expedition in tile regions of the upper Zanbe--i and. the Congo, ...
BRUNSWICK BRANCH A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914
BRUNSWICK BRANCH A.N.A. At the fortnightly meeting of this society, held on tthe 18th ult.. the newly-elected president, Mr. W. G. Murdoch, presided, and there was a large attendance of members nnd friiends. Nile candidates for member ship were present and elected; they were arccordedt a hearty welcoine by the clhairnman. One proposition was rio eired. A report made hy the sick nsitors showed that a large nlumbr of mmibe's were laid up. Mr. C. W. Milnos reported tn bheladf f branth'i l dl.l.b th wtnt that they had met. n tiam frol1 Kew. liunuswiek scurinilg a vic totry I thrIce points. 'The feature of the iP.titini was an illustrated lantern l,,.tur, i i r .). A. lI\ oyce, of the \ie tirian P ailwav.? Tourist Bureau: the Ilcturi,. which" was entitled. Pictir esjuill \ ictoria. iwas much appreciated by tlh au, iitince, anld on its conclusion a hitarty vo\le of thanks was accord. e I the, vsitor, hini min'vd hI Mr V W. Tr,,ardht anl Teco!,d hi i'i 1R. AX \allir.
Brunswick's Stolen Copper Wire. PRISONERS SENTENCED. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914
Brunswick's Stolen Copper Wire. 0 - PRISONERS SENTENCED. .t the Brunswick Court on. 22nd - 'April last Thomas Walter Guy and Alexander Yorston were committed for trial for having between the 9th and' 1sa April stolea. 29) miles of copper wire, the property of the Brunswick Council. Both prisoners were subse quently tried before His Honor Mr. Justice Hodges and convicted of re ceiving. On the 29th June they wwre called up for sentence, and Guy. w- ho admitted one prior conviction, was sentenced to 12 months' imprisonnment. Yorston was sentenced to 9 months imprisonment. Now that the council will get possession of the copper wire. 'ratepa'yers will expect to have the eleC tric lighting of the city proceeded with, as its disappearance was pit forth as one' of the reasons for the de 'lay in installing same.
Friendly Societies. SONS OF TEMPERANCE, BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914
Friendly Societies. 0 SONS OF TEMPERANC.. BRUNS S WICK. The above me: on: Tuesday, 16th June, iro. Halifax;' V.P.; in chair. One member was initiatd. . The M.W.P;. assisted by: Bro.: Tencham, insinalled hihe iec rdiig -s., tr eas.., patron of Jumiors,, and sentinel, who responded appropriately. Bro. Halifax. .P., .again presided on June 20th. One cahdidate proposed; and- reports from Junio`s and. Dispensary were re ceived. Sympath-v.wias expressed with relatives of. late :Mr J. Pererill, and a letter of condolence is to be sent. The thanKs of division were tendered to Bro. Appleby for his offei to supply a set of bowls. A sewing competition which followed was won by' Bro. Ha'r ris, who received a. present. :
Music and Comedy Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914
Music and Comedy Evening. _3Y MORELAND TEINN.1E (L L.1S "BLACK AND Wi ITV ET. The Black an, \in - , : lMoreladid Tennis Ch? ' ,' . hir . - n p p r e c ia tio n ,f , - . - Mrs5W oods. of S.-. AC;?u",.-:.ne Ch of England, by '!V i,'.l.- a vry smart, prora?nr n .. -, d ,omedy : .i-:- to supplement :,, , . , a-n .i::-::. initiate an r. nm z d. i. th, Brung - wick T, n, i Hi ,n -c vns,: . 2-tn -: ca,,uIY4o.i - ,l , . . , , r in tte h r , - iat -? oo paeron t w-h had r&lt;.&lt;orvl th:eir -eats were permit tted to enter. The items generallv were nnlicu` ne andrrangedl artistically. Xir 11 iold Pnulling pIroveud i v-ery i'paible pinnist throuihout the even in. ad .iss. Grace Sciihultze quite captioatOd the audience with her very tuneful hall'dis, espiiallv in the 1'ride l" the Pi,,. whih haid tul he riepeted. 1is* Norn imiith did ri.tiime in iuh a way. which positivtety e,'eated furore. HIr iti Vi. wlire iTim Chesupeak 13ay, liit ij n Your ii.utomoiil, i nii .id the S hway ...
COBURG LADIES' P.A.F.S. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914
COBURG- LADIES' P.A..S. The fortnightly meeting of above was held in Dispensary Hall on June 29th. Despite the inclement :weather, a full attendance of members was: pre sent. Two propositions for ::memb'er ship were received. After the business the syllabus it4em, .Poster Advertase ments, was carried oit, the wiinier: be ing Sister A. -Turner. : - ; '- V -
LOYAL BRUNSWICK I.O.O.F. C.C. Second Grade, V.J.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914
LOYAL- BRUNSWICK I.O.OO:.0 C C.: Secoind Grade,. V' J.C A : :: The above criicket club held a socina and preentation Of. trphipes at theli Mechanics' Institute on 24th June;: aid a very enjoyable eaening was spent; dancing from 8 till 12. :.:?2rophies were presented by the. club's pesident: (M'. T. Barrie, as folors: :Best all round (silver -teapot) : EV Walhouse: batting, (oak salad bowl), J.- Harrod'; bowling (cake dish4) R. Overend; highest in dividual score (sugar seuttle), J. Dwy er catchihn (ents; ::dressing case, E. Overend; fieldimn W. WViatt (bedroomn clock), G. Tranis (jam dish); hat trick. E. WValhouse (hat-). a silier caue dishl to the president, Mr Barrie for ser vices r~adered "a- beititiful clock. to lthe secretary, Mr E. Overend for icer rvices rendered. Mr: . Ferguson, of Brunswiekl was tlie: cterer. Trophies on view at Mi- F. Bartley's Sydney rd., Brunswick.
FAWKNER CEMETERY RAILWAY NEGLECT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914
FAWKNER CEMETERY ----- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; RAILWAY NEGLECT. The necessity of' providing some means whereby mourners on their way by train to the Fawkner Cemetery may obtain tickets without having to compete with holiday and football &nbsp; crowds at the ordinary booking offices, was referred to at the meeting ofi &nbsp; South Melbourne Labor League on Sa turday night. Mr. J. Caden (chairman) said that a letter on the subject had been sent to the Railway Commissioners eigh teen months ago, without extracting &nbsp; even the courtesy of 'a reply, and he moved that another' request be made; &nbsp; It was, he thought, monstrous that mourners, in the hour of their deepest &nbsp; grief, should be compelled to struggle and bustle with crowds about the ticket offices, instead of being provid ed with a small booking office near the mortuary platform. Special arrange- &nbsp; ments were made, the mover added, to issue tic...
Brunswick Presbyterian Church. WELCOME HOME TO REV. J. A. CROCKETT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914
Brunswick Presbyterian Church. WELCOME HOME TO REV. J. A. CROCKETT. A welcome home was tendered to the respected pastor, the Rev. J. A. Crockett, who had been on a visit to the aboriginal mission stations of the churca at Mapoon, Weipa, and Auru- kin, on the Gulf of Carpentaria, in N. Queensland. Mr. Crockett was ap- pointed by the Foreign Missions Com- mittee of the Presbyterian Church of Australia. Mr James A. Hutchinson presided over a large gathering of the members and adherents of this congre- gation, who were pleased to have their beloved pastor back again. Addresses of welcome were made by Mr. Robt. Moffat;, on behalf of the Kirk Session; Mr W. J. Burton, jun., for the Board of Management; Mr John Campbell, for the congregation and associations; Mr R. Rankin, the assistant minister for Albion street church, and Rev. E. Jones, of Prince's Hill, who had kindly Leader NINE MAM ' cmf vbgk performed pastoral work during Mr Cockett's absence. Mr Crockett, after thanking his people ...
Early History of Coburg. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914
Early History of Coburg. (BY J. B. COOKE.) (Unavoidably held over from last issue.) On the west side of Sydney road after passing the English Church and school was the Roman Catholic Chuirch and school. The school was a small wooden building, being well attended, Mr Boardman principal master; the church an odd-looking structure built of bluestone, with high tapering slate roof, the walls in after years having to be supported by buttresses. There being no Catholic Church at the time in Campbellfield or Brunswick, a large congregation gathered each Sunday to the Mass and services. Father O'Hea being the clergyman. He was a most remarkable man, who had consider able influence in his time not only with his own people hut also very much mixed up in early history of the place, taking a lively interest in politics, and to him principally must be given the credit of being the first to move the people in changing the name of Pentridge to Coburg. He gradually acquired a large amount of landed...
Brunswick Mayoral Ball SOME INTERESTING SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914
Brunswick Mayoral Ball SOME INT'EREST'ING SPEECIIES. (Unavoidably held over from last insue.) During thie Mayoral re'freshnent- iln terval on the cvening of the 23rd June The nMayor of Bruns\wick (Cr. J. Milwlard) proposed the toast of The King. and referred to the local peo ple as being loyal. This was duly honu ored. The Lord 3Mayor (Cr. D). C. Hion nessy) the11n proposed the toa:st of the Mayor and -?iyore-ss of Brunswick. and was glad to see many old familiar faces aroullnd the place. I-e congratu Ilted thiii on Brunswiwck's progress durin' the last 10 or 1 years, and al though, like many others, he was get till into the sere and yellow leaf and found p,.'sure in looking back on liBrunswick thi'en and to-day. Some said IiBrunswick w(as only a borough. 1-,' P,,i4 would0 live to see it the largest city within thie lnext 15 years. -He con grattulated them on their new tramway .,v-,i mi and had a few remarks to i rke concerning the irouite, bIut. he did lnot wi.hl to strike a. distc...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914
General News. - .-- ,----- At tlhoe last mneeting of the Biruns wick Council a deputation from VWest. lBrunswick attend.ed to secure the Town t-all for a public meerting to furthler directutco1(mmunication with Mellbour-ne. .Ir )Dowsly explained the dlepul)tation's obj'et and presentd lsl a rlequisition to all a liublic meetinu ii the Town Hall to discuilss the matter of direct coin muniictiont. signed by 26 Lratepavers. They wanted to use the hall on a date to be fixed. The Mayor read the peti tion, and a unolineed tt hat lie had much pleiasure, in t-needing to the reqcuest, aund would he only too pleased to olh ilate at the meeting. IThe date grant ed was the 16th July next. Thei de iutation thanked the M1ayor and with drew. T'Ie Public Works Couniiittee at the last IBrunuswick Council meeting recoin menided that Mr. F. L-oekyer he ap Ipoiinted caretaker to the iBrunswick P'ark. at a salary of £2 10s. peri week. and when it came to adopting it thio Ma\yor moved that it be referred...
Coburg Draper's Loss. ESTABLISHMENT CATCHES FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 3 July 1914
Coburg Draper's Loss. ESTABLISHMENT CATCHES FIRE. A general drapery establishment and a house adjoining, situated at 359- 361 Sydney road, Coburg, were seri- olusly damaged by a fire which broke out at 11.38 a.m. last Sunday morn ing. The two buildings are owned by A. J. and H. J. Richards, and are rented by Mrs. E. Walker, general draper. They are two-story structures, insured for £1300. The stock of No. 359, where the drapery business is con ducted, was insured for £1000, While the contents of an adjoining workroom were insured for £1200. The furniture in the affected dwelling house was also insured to the extent of £200. The contents of both buildings suffered se- verely from the effects of fire and water, and the damage is estimated at about £2500. The Coburg, Brunswick and Northcote Brigades were on the spot. The fire was subdued in about two hours.
Football. BRUNSWICK V. WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 10 July 1914
Fsootball. BRUNSWICK V. WILLIA 1STOWN. Brunswick journeyed to W\illiams town on Saturday. On the day's play the teams appear to be two well train ed an i well imatched ones. Both piay &lt;ti smart, dashing football. especially when they warmed up to their work; hut, being on their own ground, Wil lianistown bad the advantage of know ledge which stood themn in good stead in thu game of tactics thbt. the .ontest r '-.led itself into. With a south-wes trly wind blowing the battery goal was favored, but so penuliarly is the rround situated that unle-s the tp prmnch is imadle by the beach wiing it is mo-t diliceult .to score at luat end. Wiliiamstown know this, and profit by Knowing. It was not until after haff time that B3runswick aptpearedl to real ise the point, and Williamstown had Iby then nmaide the result reasonably · cure. Keen interest, was taken in the nmeetin of the teanms, as it was real ised that the winners were practically certain of a place in the final four. whil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 10 July 1914
MBN GI.>_STADIU E + of Citizns opposed to the erection of a Boxing Stadiur Vicora treet, next to Railway Station, or anywhere elsei Brunsick, will be held in the TOWN HALL, on - "MONDAY, JULY 13 h, 1914,.... T PROTEST AGAINST SUCH ERECTION ~ and to consider further action. Doors open at 7.30 p. Chair to be taken at 8 p.m. presentative Speakers. . Admission By Ticket Only. + + + , , o g Jr - ... .... *+ + - + : i+? City of Brunswick. "LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1903." REVISION COURT. NOTICE is hereby given, that an OPEN IN COURT will be held at the Town Hall, Sydney Road, Brunswick, at S.30 p.m on MONDAY, the 27th day of JULY, 1914, to revise the Voters' Lists and the separate Voters' Lists for the North. Middle, and South Wards of the City of Brunswick. Dated this 7th day of July. 1914. JOHN MILLWARD. Mayor. ATHENAEUMNI HALL WEDNESDAY, 15th JULY, 1914 At 8 p.m. Pianoforte Recital BY MISS RENNIE SIMMONS. LT.C.L. The program includes: Concerto, A minor ...... Grieg Chromatic Fantasia and...
Brunswick City Council MONDAY, JULY 6, 1914. Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 10 July 1914
Brunswick City Council MONDAYX JULY i, 1914. Correspondence. Town Clerk would respectfully re quest the Council to fix the dale for tie Revision Court for Monday. 2th July, 1914. Carrited. From Mr. J. F. Fraser, statiug City Mission Home, Brunswick, hold annual tea and public meeting on October S. and would like use of Town Hall for that date; and a room on Wednesday, September 9, for a Inadies' meeting in connection therewith; thanking council for past kindnesses. Town Clerk re ported that it was costomary to grant Town Hall free Mission for annual tean. Granted. From Town Clerk, Northlcote. stat ing Cr. Samuel Dennis was nominated as representative on Queen's Memlorial Hospital Board. Cr Dennis had been their ropresentative for some years, and they asked for the support of this council to his nomination. I'own Clerk reported the conditions of management of the Board and the suburbs compris ing the group. Cr. Allard recommend ed. From Lord Mayor of Melbourne. Al derman D. V. Hennes...
Proposed Stadium. Discussion in Council. Letters For and Against. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 10 July 1914
Proposed Stadium. Discussion in Council. Letters For and Against. A proposal for the erection of a box. jng and' athldtic stadium;. -at Victoria st. west, Brunswick, was discussed by the local council on-. Monday1 night. The oounci chamber was crowded. Protests made by local churches and petitions from ratepayers against the proposal were received, as follows From A. E. Albiston, superintendent minister of the Methodist Church, as follows: "I beg to draw your atten tion to the following resolution which was passed unanimously at the quar terly meeting of the Methodist Church in the Brunswick anrid Coburg Circuit last evening: * RESOLUTION: That the quarterly meeting of the Brunswick and Coburg Circuit of the Meothodist Church of Australasia, held on July 2nd, representing ch?irches and congregations at Sydney road, Brunswick, Union st., Brunswick, Ni cholson st., E. Brunswick, Sydney rd., Moreland, Sydney rd., Coburg, and West Coburg, strongly protests against the erection of a Boxi...
Coburg Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 10 July 1914
Coburg Pictures Lake Hall pictures arre on their merits public favorites. They are screened oevery Wednesday and Satur day with a complete change of pre gram nach evening. SATURDAY, JULY 11. Protea, the famous Eclair master. piece, in five acts, will be the star pic ture. It is a stupendous productxon, thrilling in the extreme. It depicts a fine woman w-ho is a geniu~ amongst spies, escaping from the most desper ate pursuits and making light of the greatest dangers. The wonderful act ing and magnificent staging of this re\ mnarkable picture make it i-ell worth seeing. It is difficult to sav whether it is a .drann t or a colnedv .butt ix is sure to please patrons. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15. The star picture is entitled, TheI Murdock Trial. It is a sensational modern drama, packed with engros sing and thrilling scenes featuring that peerless photo-play actress, Florence Tulvel. The picture is a reproduction of one of the most sensational trials that has ever taken place in England. The rmana...