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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 July 1914
OUBSELVES. Th '3Jrunsw\\ik and Coirg Lead er" (price I . iri on: ill newsagenlt$) is published every rr,; emveng t t"he oflice of ]Blakeley ;ad, lacks-n Plt. . Itd No. 00 Sydney road, ]un.ww (opposit-e Hoopelr'd telephone irn - wick No. 489. Representativret . stcr1.n'ta.s i press oorrespondcnts of :tssiatiol. clubs, societies, colnititeetC's ;i onher organisations are cordi:allv iioiwi to 'phone or send us partic'Uil: r?,) li oventsu and affairs bLippenlling l c,1 nection therew"th fo publy't n. n, they. will be insertet. \, ?I I spectfully invite pcrsond to to r\ 1 > for pubiiction parI.tml ;.r 1 ,111V "n',O:a miercial, historilc:l soceit or 01 "',, items, or relhting 1o the ih-'s.n re coveries, death ,r ni&lt; o1 lal residents, or thinh dys "it hoe." S"not at honime. r n1. ot eit" f a .""local news social, p1rsonl or othe) ' ?=?" w1se.
NOVELTY SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 July 1914
NOVELTY SOCIAL. The above was held at the Masonic Hall on 15th inst.. and those present enjo'red theniselves in a :whole-hrted. manner. Mr McGrah and Mr Scott. were the judges for the novelty dress prizes, and Mr MIcGrah allottedl thnm as follows: Ladies, 1st prize ladies. handbag. Mrs Williams, The Servant Girl; ladies' 2nd prize, jewlc caSc.? Mss Delaney~ lThe WVasherwonman; gents' prize, an umbrella, Mr Wessonu .Gold: or The Multi-millionair. Othliert cos tumes: LMrs Murray, as Spanish D cane ing Girl: Mrs Plunkett, Magpie; Miss M. Garrett; Scotch Lassie; Miss V', Fisher, Australian Cow Girl ; Mr Deer, Silly Billy; Mr C. Wright, Sundwilerr; Mrs Ceoble, Hazalene; Miss H. Ivrnes, The Bad Girl f thle -Family; and last:, but not- least, Mnrs \esson, as The Worker. Tihe President (Mi, Main) thanked the judges for the way which they had carnedl out their duties, to which 3Mr Me' cGrah replid. There Was an musical iten- by Mrs. Leitoff, who sang with her usual pleas ing and effective ma...
P.L.C. NORTH BRUNSWICK BRANCH, WHOLESALE OBJECTIONS. 5530 NAMES OBJECTED TO IN BOURKE ELECEORATE. 2000 PROVED GROUNDLESS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 July 1914
P.L.C. NORTH BiRt' NSWI Cli BRANCHI , WHOLESALE OBJECTIONS. 5330l NA1MES OBJECTED TOI) IN BOUiRKE ELECEORATE. 2000 PROVED GROiTUNDLESS" The .usual weekly meeting of aboye was held at Miss Binns's schoolh-ooni on 16th inst.. the president (Mr Mainl) in the chair. There was a replort from the Bourke Cnampaign Couimmittee bY delegates Mrs Jackson and Mr 1Plun kett. It was reported that Mrs Jack, son thad been appointed treasurer .of the committee and nat the Fusion party had adopted the same unfair tactics as had been adopted in all tlihe other electorates, i.e., wholesale ob 3ections to peoples names on the roll, whether thev were justified or not; and fthere iad been 5.530 names objected to in the 13ourle electorate, andu up to the present 2000 of those have been able to prove that the objectionis were -roundless. It was pointed out that it was a scandalous business; and if some~tling were not done there was no telling whether this sort of things wns going to stop, and it puts a work...
Josephine Gassman and her Picaninnies AT THE EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 July 1914
Josephine Cassman and her Picaninnies AT THE EMPIRE. Josephine Gassman and her Picaninnies will provide the public with a rare treat at the Empire Theatre for six nights only, com mencing with a matinee on Saturday afternoon, July 25th. Every child attending the matinee will receive a photo of little Baby Kathlyn.. They have been procured at heavy expense and have a world-wide reputation, having oppeared in every large Continental City in the world, with huge success. Don't miss this attraction, as the opportunity to see it will never occur again in Brunswick.
Quarry Return For June. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 July 1914
Quarry Return For June. Expenditure: Interest and deprecia tion (interest at 4 3-8d. p.e.. depre ciation on buildings aiid land 5 p.c., and on machinery 10 p.c.), £48; fore man's wages, £17 10: labour, £136 Is lid; tar, £19 3s; cart-ing fuel, explo sives, materials, say, £25: balance, £83 14is 5d; total, £329 9s 4d. Value of Output at Current Rates: 668 c. yds. metal at 4s, £133 12s; 28ti do. screenings at 5s., £71 10s; 150 do. toppings at 5s., £37 10s; 4 do. dust, at 5s:, .; .;29 do. tarred screenings at 14s., £20 12s; 20 do. tarred toppings at 22s 6d., £22 10s; 540 pitchers at 27s per'100, £7 5s 9d; 243 cubesat 20s per 100, £2 8s 7d; 93 c yds. soil at ls., £4 13s; 255 do. dust at 2s., £25 l?0s; 49 do. spalls at 2s., £2 18s; total? £329 9s 4d. (Value of matei;ials sold to pri, rate consumers included in above, £1,30.) P. S. Robison, city Surveyor.
Penal Officers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 July 1914
Penal Officers' Association. At the last monthly meeting of the above there were present: Messrs. Sleath, .V.P. (in the chair), Trindles, Smith, O'Shea, Tuolhill Gilday, O'Brien (M.), Jackson, Laby, Hickey (E.), and Collio (see.) Correspondence was received from Gen. Secretary Fed eration, giving notice of meeting; from Gen. Secretary, notice of meeting and notes on previous meeting; from Mr Hart (Bcndigo Gaol), Mr Mullens (Bal. larat), Mr. O'Sullivan (Sale), subscrip tions; from Mr Hart (Bondigo Gaol), Mr Wren (Ballarat Gaol), Mr Mullins (BallaraltGaol), Mr O'Sullivan (Beech worth Gao)l, ·Mr Turner (Geelong Gaol), 'Mr O'Sullivan (Sale Gaol), ?e petition to P.S.C. with regard to sen iority in promotions; Mr Kell, C.A., re Coburg new recreation reserve. Mr Trindles reported that he, with ano ther officer concerned, had unsuccess fully appealed to the Inspector-General for gratuities for billeted wardelrs at Pon tridge, and asked for the assist ance of thie association in the matter. ...
Maribyrnong Electorate. MR. REYNOLDS AT COBURG. A BRILLIANT SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 July 1914
Maribyrnong Electorate. MR. REYNOLDS AT COBURG. A BRILLIANT SPEECH. Mr E. Reynolds, thile selected Lib eral candidate for Mlaribyrnong, ad dressed the electors at. a public meet ing in the Coburg Town Hall last Fri day evening. The meeting was very enthusiastic, and about 300 people were present. Thle Candidate made a great inipres sion on those present by his brilliant oratory and the masterly and method ical manner in which he dealt with the burning political questions of the day. The Mayor (Cr. H. J. Richards) pre sided, and stated that he had known thile candidate for many years--knew himni as aiboy atteeding the local State school, and was sure he was made of the right stuff and was pleased to see him standing for parliamentary honors as hlie had a great future before him. He possessed grit and was a credit to the town. He was sure the Coburg ratepayers would give him na great hearing. Mr. Reynolds, who was warmly re ceived with enIthusiastic cheers, asked them to look with cri...
Coburg Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 July 1914
Coburg Pictures - - 4------ Lake Hall, every Wednesday and baturday night, with a completo change of programnl each evening. SATURDAY., JULY 25. Wis She Justified l? a 76,40 feet drama by the Nordisk Coy., is tile star. The question, Was she justitied- is ask cta, andl ans'c r0d, wuith a compelling L'ower that will initerest everyone who stes the film. The aictin' of Miss Betty -lanson, who is a leading continental actress., is equal to anything ever seen in motion pictures. The story itself is dranmatically impressive and must be seen to be fully appreciated. WEDNESDAY, JULY 29. The star picture selected is entitled The Black Spot. It is a new feature film, only released for. exhlibition on .JTlnte 15th, bit in this short. space of time it has earned the reputation of being a first-class picture, well wort~h going to see. It deals with the meth otis employed by the Russian police to break up the fierce revolutionary so cieties which exist in that country. The film depicts many exci...
The Brunswick Stadium. LONG DISCUSSION AT THE BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. LARGE NUMBER OF RATEPAYERS PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 July 1914
The Brunswick Stadium. LONG DISCUSSION AT THE BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. LARGE NUMBER. OF RATEPAY ERS PRESENT. T'Ihe consideration of the Brunswick Stadium was the subject of a long dis cussion at the Brunswick Council on Monday evening, whene there were a large number of ratepayers present. A letter was received from tihe Under Secretary, stating the question of granting a license rested with the municipality and the Chief Secretary had no power to issue a license, and that the police would be instructed to see that the place was properly con ducted fromni a public point of view. The following othcr letters were receiv ed: From Rev. C. Beuson Barnett. with reference to the Council's letter of the 9th inst., in reply to the resolution of the Congregational Church, Bruns wick, re the orection of a Stadium, and stating on behalf of his church and Mcongregation he desires to express the deep regret they feel at the decision of the Council which so openly disregard. ed the request of over 1600 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 July 1914
Professional Column. 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 Sdays. Private Address: 123 PARK ST. PARKVILLE. Terms Moderate. Mr. W. Graham Weir EXPERT PROFESSOR of VOIGE CiLTUiE, AND Misss Ve-Ia vSaeir, DISTINGUISHED YOUNG VIOLINISTE, Receive pupils at 400 SYDNEY ROAD. SINGING, Elocution. Piano. Violin (Man by System), Theory, Circulars, Tes Stimonials, par. culars at address from Mr. Laught. PLAN 8 DESIGNED & DRAWN for £1 1. ---.... MSO --..... SPECIFICATIONS and QUANTITIES --- C.-- ARTHUR BRENTNALL, 383 Barkly St., E. Brunswick. AND SYDNEY ROAD TRAM TERMINUS. BRUNSWICK COLLEGE SYDNEY ROAD. Principal: ROBERT McKAY, M.A. School of History and Political Economy, Melb. University. Mathematical Master: J. J. DOHERTY icour.dary Teacher, Me...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 July 1914
LUQH T'S or the famous AUGUST FOSTER PIANOS. ESTABLISHED 1885. Terms Arranged Organs, Violins, and other Musical Instruments, Phonographs, Records, Music, Etc. Etc. 4_0 Sdney Road, BRUNSWICK. A BOON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. 334-336 SYDNEY ROAD, (Near Methodist Church) And at 870 Sydney Road. Agent for Suttons. MNTLw=?EPIECE MAKERS. Factory behind Shop. Mantles, Tiles, Grates. ANYTHING IN WOODWORK MADE TO ORDER. Houses Repaired. 202 , RD B N I (Opposite V CLyric = ?-? -'-""Theatre. ) Tobacconists and Hairdressers. 320, 322, 330, 332 SYDNEY ROAD, BRUNSWICK. Sno?r·S, iO'l:LS, AND IIAWILERS StUPPLIED. Ask for " OTRANTO " Cigars. Every Cigar branded " 0tranto."-5 a 1 -. TAKE NO OTHERS. Telephone Brunswick 1Wl. SR. Humphrey, E. SEWERAGE CONTRACTOR ..SANITARY PLUMBER.. Bottle ~lierchant. __ Large Stock of Jam and All Work Guaranteed for One Year. Preserving Jars. 15 Edward Street, Brunswick. 315 Sydney Road. Painters and Paperhangers. stablished 1889. Telephone 49, Brunswick....
North Brunswick Progress Association. COUNCIL ASKED TO FURNISH A STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 July 1914
North Brunswick Progress Association. COUNCIL ASKED TO FURNISH A STATEMENT. At, the meeting of the North Bruns wick Progress Association on Saturday night a letter was recei\ved fronm Mr C. E. Ogden in regard to the liability of owners of a foot reserve in Garnett street. It set out that the total am ounti due to the eomlncil was £323 Os lid. but. £121 17s 5d had been struck off by the council. Mr Turnham moved: ThaLt in view of the statement furnished to this as sociation regardling the one foot reserve fronting Garnett st., \West Brunswick. this association respectfully requests the council to furnish, in the interests of the raitepayers, a full statement why the syndicate which purchased the property adjacent to suech thoroughfare was relieved of £121 1715 of the actual sum of £323 9s lid ue oto the mmuni cipal' funds. Hie said it was a serious question, anti required full explanation, more p-articularl in view of the fact that a coumncillor and ex-eouneillors were con nected wit...
Social and Presentation. TO MISS ALICE STRANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 July 1914
Social and Presentation. STO MISS ALIICE STRANKS. A successful and enjoyable social was held in the: -Union st. Methodist Church last Wednesday evening, in 1lonor of the approaching marriage of Miss Alice Stranks; who in conse quence is relinquishing her position of organist there. About 200 persons were present, andt the Rev. Mr. H. Clarke presidedl. A first-class vocal program was gone through to the excellent piano accompaniment of Mr H. Bar nett. The artists were Miss Sildwell and Miss Gray (duet), Mr Garwood (solo), Miss L.I 'avenscroft and Mr Jack Webber (duct), Miss Z. Brown, Miss L. Robilliard. Mr Foster Clark, Mr Jack Webber, -Miss Inez Duggan. They gave some very fine renderings andl were justly applauded. During the evening the chairman presented Miss Stranks with a purse of sovereigns and a benautiful, massive, morocco-bound illumninmated address, signed by the trustees of t?e church, expressing the thanks of the members and adherents for the zealous, consist ent and sel...
BOURKE ELECTORATE. MR. JENNINGS TO CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 July 1914
BOURKE ELECTORATE. IMR. JENNINGS TO CONTEST. Mr1 R. M. Jenninghs has agreed to accept nomination as the Liberal canli date for Bourke. For some time efforts have been made to secure Mr Jen nings's nomination, but owing to his being the sccretary of the People's Lib eral Party there were certain diflicul ties to be overcome. A deputation, re presenting some 2000 men and women resident in Bourke. waited on Mr Jen nings andt tho executive of the Peo ple's Liberal Party last week, and as a result of their requisition ihr Jen nings received tie unanimous support of the party's executive and the elec toral comumittee.
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 July 1914
THE MUCNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Apparently there will be only a con test for the Middle Ward for the seat vacated by Cr Jewell. Mr A. G. Wales is pushing his candidature with much vigor. Mr Wales is the son of ex-Cr. Wales. His opponent will be Mr Cheers. who has the Labor nomination. nla Coburg ex-Crs. Passfield and Bright. are mentioned as opponents to the re tiring councillors, Messrs. Anderson, Campbell and Davis. _____A____