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Church News. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WESTON ST., BRUNSWICK E. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

Church News. PRESBY~,13 TERILN CHURCH WES TON ST., BRUNSWICK- E. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. The above church held its 26th anni versary services on Sunday, 19th inst., when 3 services were conductedhby Rev D. Gilehrist (St. Andrew's), Rev. H. G. Balcke, and Dr. Egryn Jones, all of whom ganve eloquent and forcible sermons which were highly alppreciated by large congregations at each ser vich. Collections were taken to defray dlebtht on church a't whlich over £16 was taken. On ITuesday evening was held our Anniversavty Conversanziono and ceffee suplper, which wais also a great success, the school hall being full. A splendid lmusical program was provild ed, at which many well known artists ass-isted, viz., Miss Weir, Miss Hut chins, Miss Viddis. Miss Moverley, Mr Sibly, Mr Cole, Mr Sanderman, Miss H-lolmnan, Mr Driew, and others, and the best thanks of the commuittee are due to each and all of them. It. was one of the best anniversaries ever held in Brunswick. A unanimous call has been exte...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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AT COBURG ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

AT COBURG. ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3. \Mr. Reynolds will address the elec tors next in Cohburg at the Moreland Infants' School on Wednesday, 3rd Au gust next, at 8 p.m.

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THE ELECTIONS. MARIBYRNONG ELECTORATE. MR. E. REYNOLDS AT NORTH ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

STHE ELECTIONS. ------O MARIBYRNONG ELECTORATE. MR. E. REYNOLDS AT NORTH ESSENDON. Mr. E. E. Reynolds, Fusionist can didate for Maribiyrnong, delivered an address in the Methodist schoolroom, North Essendon, early in tie week. The Candidate said that Mr Fisher's policy was original where it was not practicaln, and practical where it was not original. (Laughter.) On the other hand, MIr. Cook's policy provided for every phase of, national existence. He endorsed that policy because it, co incided with the political opinions he himself held. He would be the slave of no party. (Applause.) Heo would pledge himself to his people. He would not vote, if clected. in accordance with the dictates of - a majority within a party caucus. That was where lie stood differentiated from his opponent., Mr. Fenton. As an instance of the subver sion of the Labor member to the party caucus. he citedl the case of protection. In 1910 Mr Fenton was elected as a protectionist, andl during the course of tha.t P...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

Auctioneers and Estate Agents. ROBERTS, STANLEY & COY. SM's.L.A. (MORELAND'S LEADING AGENTS) AUCTIONEER, SWORN VALUATOR, SUB-DIVISIONAL LAND EXPERTS, RENT COLLECTORS, FURNITURE SALESMEN. Have 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. II CONSULT 1 --THE LEADING---- P Auctioneer and Property Salesmen NEW AND COMMODIOUS PREMISES, SYDNEY ROAD, Corner of Blyth Street. ESTABLISHED 16 YEARS. ... . --OUR SPECIAL.TY /I SAuction Sales 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, &...

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How a Prime Minister Works [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

How a Prime Minister Works Th' Ri hg Hon. Joseph Cook, P.C.4 receives te pride of place among the contributors to the Auglst number of 'Life,' lust to hand. Mr Cook tells how a Prime Minister conducts his daily round -- with its multifarious duties and its scant pleasures. ,We learn that over since he was the lecre tary of a Coal Miners' Union he has been an early riser. and in fitting him self for his political career he used to make it a. practice of getting up at half-past four every morning to study. This habit is still regularly, though not so strenuously, observed, and in conducting the business of the Prime Minister's office, Mr Cook undertakes a great deal more labour personally than is actually demanded by the poi" tion. For example, Mir Cook insists on opening and reading every letter which is addressed to him, and a great portion of his morning is taken up with dictating to a shorthand clerk the answers to those letters which are in a.ny way personal. But, in addi tion to...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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THE HARRIERS. BRUNSWICK HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

THE HARRIERS. 0 ---------0---o---~----- BRUNSWICK HARRIERS. Brunswick journeyed to Ivanhoe on ;Saturday last, with the members of the Malvern Clhtb, Brunswick's ,zttend •nce being their lowest for the seas on. Up to the present the attendance has exceeded expectations, and it is to be hoped that members will stick together and attend regularly, so as to keep the~ record un. Great interest is being shown by the members this season, which augurs well for future seasons, not only is the membership satisfactory, but most of tlhe members give promise of doing well in this b1ranch of sport. Prior to the run a 220 Yards Handi cap race took place, L. Dredge (a pro mrising sprinter) conceding starts up to 16 yards. Harkness (16 yards) proBu ed too good, and won by 4 yards, Ma honey (8 yards) being second, and Davis (10 yards) third. After the race the pack, headed by a Malvernite with WV. 'V. Aitken (twice ten mile cham pion) as whip, engaged in a run. Ait ken, who is probably the heaviest r...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Coburg Police Court. A RAILWAY PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

Coburg Police Court. A l{AILWA\ IPROSEICUTION. At a recent sitting of the C~oburg C111ur .t Leslie Williams, a youiing man, \was fined £5 for havinrm obtained ex omption from p:aying full fare by frau dulent representati )llns. At the court onI Tuesday, before Messrs. Waters and Norman. Js.P.. he was summnoned to show cause why a warrant should not he issueid against him for having failed to pay the fine. Defendant said he had not been able to find thie money, but he was trying to get iti. Mr Waters. J.P.: We don't want to semi you to gaol, but the fine must bo paid. If the money is not forthcom ing in a month's time you will be im prisoned for fourteen days.

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COBURG DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

COBTURG DIVISION. On Mlonday, July 27th, at, the Co burg Division, piresided over by Bro. F?. J. Bird; W.P.- Bro. J. Gregory, M.WIS.Y.J., and Bro. P. Borehamt. D.S.P.J., were present.. After busi ness a complimentary social was tieni dered to the Tlhornlbury Division, who had arrived in a record number. B3ro. J. Gregory congratulated the Coburg and Thornbury Division ulonl their success. l'o. J. Osborne. WV.P.. of Thornbury, thankedi the Cc urg niem bers for their hearty w\\tlcome., and splendid evening they gave th iv hem. 'liTe following items were rendered: Iho. Thomas, song; Bro. Gregory. recita tion; 3Miss lvan, song; Bro. stringer. ,< Ig: 1"*,. .Jol ( anid Th m.l i duc t. f\ Iter -reftres-11tllentl dat1t('tg. gamlcs, etc., a mtiost injoi, y lbli' ?'e\ lig il 'Was brought to) a close with .-ingig l\uld Lane Sy.,. The Coburg Division hv,, lectided to open a Junior SeC(ttin otn \'\Ctdnesalty. August 3rd, with a sscial evt 'ning. Par ents and juniors iare invit,, to att...

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Friendly Societies. SONS OF TEMPERANCE. BRUNSWICK DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

Friendly Societies. SONS OF 'TEMPElRANCE. BRUNS\WICK DIVISION. , A very successful function took place on Tuesday evening in: the Rechabite IHall, whetn a complimentary social was tendered to the secretary,. Bro. W. L. Appleby, to celebrate his 25 years' ser rice in that office, his silver wedding, and his ele ation to the position of The W.P. presided, and hlie was sup ported by Bro. Waatt, MW..A.. Biio. Rlshleigh (Executive Council), Bro. G-regory, Supt.,. Patron of Juniors. ind 3ro. Abley, D.D.M.W.P. There -were also present? Mr Roberts, P.D. C.R., I.O..; Mr Moffat, Sec., I.O.1., Mr Bird, President, and Mr G. Ar thlur, Secretary, B:. and C. Dispensairy, nad the Chief Ruler, 1.O.R. After one or two musical :items, Bro. FrIenchan (trustee) niade some complimentary re fcrences to the er'" long period of per' vice riendered by Bri. Apqplebv to the D)ivision, arid congratilated I13ro. Ap pleby and'Mis Appleby on their silver wcdding, and alsdo the former on at tainihig the positioi of...

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Coburg Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

Coburg Pictures 'The above pictures are screened ev ery Wce\dnesda andil Saturday' at 8.15 p.m. slhrip w ith l conlpletechangeo of prol'grail oclh ceening. Ac,\'lIHDAY, AUGUST 1. lThe star pictulre solh; edt is entit?ld A Cy(ph'er Mlessawe. 'is an excep tionallv interesting detective story, fiatu linrm Don ld Bryce, the famous Alerti n ii d, tectivx engagead in a bat tle of hi. uu witht two brig ht and en .aiinu kglish crooks. The fii is in t i stin' iirom sti rt to finish. WEDINISDAY. AI'GUST 5. Ihie ('lhriii Fiootball C iub Night. Another new filmii cly released onf te 1st .Jui') lst, entitled The Female ~f the pe,,ites: " 1970 f ot- feature iliu. yu tii R? 'x Co. Thl0 locale of the st-y ii in the W\est-that part iwhere ll, rl\uihll itlemiioii still hold swaty. Tb re is s uisual a sheri ff in the pie ture. This time lie is a. splendid type . \ttirn iiauhoi1d. Yei should cNlUO and s',, himi for younrself. Two popu lr leystoine comics are screened with neach lralii, aiid it was a ol...

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Early History of Coburg [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

Early History of Coburg BY B. COOKE. The trees which to-day form quite an avenue along the Sydney road from Bell street to the. northern wall, were planted about 1857 by the prisoners under supervision of a warder (who was paid by the lRoad Board), and tak. en firom 'Thorp's paddock, Newlands, by my father. who at the time was clearing part of the estate. In 1859 Colonel Champ was commissioned by the CGovernment to start the volunteer movement, which was called the Pent ridge Pifes. This he faithfully car ried out. and with the aid of tlhe war lders and others coninected with the Departmeint made thle mov-emelnt a great. success. The colonel was a man of fine soldierly appearance, who am ong his officers and men was greatly loved and respected. He stood for Par liament. being returned by a large man jority for East Bourke. On the de claration of the poll the people took his horses from the carriage and pull ed himn all the way along the road firom Pentridge to Brunswick. Leav .-. th...

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BRUNSWICK BRANCH, A.N.A. WINS THE A.N.A. DEBATING TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

BRIUNSWICK BRANCH, A.N.A. WINS THE A.N.A. DEBATING TOURNAME.NT. The final debate in the A.A.A. tour namoent was contested the other night at, the Fit.zroy TownI Hall between Brunswick and Nl orth iMelbourne, on the subject. of the U nification of Muni cipa]l Co'uncils. The Brunswici team, whichl t ook the nftirmative side, were Messrs. W. J. Sheehan, W. G. Trot ter, and W. C. Clemence; while North ,l elbourne. on the opposite side, wore rer'esoetedc by Messrs. E. Davidson, T. A. Kennedy aind A. Lewis. The debate nIxarowed itself to a question of unifi cation against, fedleration. Desides e.s hibiitinmg logical capacity, fluency and eloqucnce, the speeches'- showed re search, and tile debate was both inter esting and informative. Messrs. RI. Abereromnbio. H. W. Bainbridge and IP. Nornood were judges, and made their mIIarks separat)lely on matter, me thod. and manner. Mr Abercrombie, in announcing the decision, said th110 juldgtes dliffered by two to one in their estimate of the winni...

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PROTESTANT ALLIANCE F.S. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

PROTESTANT ALLIANCE F.S. There was an exceptionally large at tondance of members and visitors at the usual meeting of the Royal Char ter Lodge, No. 50, on July 22. Bro. Pipyet, P.Mi,. presided, and was supp pirted by the Grand Master, and also visiting Worshipful Masters and Mis tresses. Three candidates were initiat ed, and two more were proposed for membership. Sick pay was passed to eight brothers. The Grand iMaster, who was given a 'most hearty welcome, gave a very interesting and instructive address. After the business the evei ing was spent in dancing, etc., and a thoroughly good time was spent.

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BRUNSWICK BRANCH. A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

BRUNSWICK BRANCH. AXNA. Ai- I i fIrtni iihtly mieeting of thelo societv hlild on tlie 16th nlt.. the Pro silent. Mi W. J. LiMurdoch. presided. ,'ivi (naiilid;?.,tes were elected and ac c?ri' a Il , tt- " welo lie : w.\\o llollina~i tinsi wenre i vived. Mr T. J. Gillard ri,,ti .in ie work of the 310tropoli tinn onittn,,,. sta'in. among other thin, ti.t memhber C. W. Milnes had ,,,, op]in'v, on the .et Ce(omnit t .i thn t byi . l On the secretary re i, i that niwm ,er iTlgriim had dij,,l. h ... pr,-,iii e\lxpressed their v-ni. , s.a ,i, in silience. M Ir Pil grTiml iiaS a. lnmlr, l of the /branclh for n:. .vi"s an hi.,uihlv respected. Vice Prih-nt H. . \\Walkeri reported on the wik of thle Dispensary and Medi at ini:inute,. which is now in a very ,urishing condition. The nominal i:rn to charities was reconmmnended 1 ?h, i<?lanitte. for payment and pasI,.. Owiit to the success of the ..N.A\. munoienl and elocutionary com prit ains which are held under the aus 'i,,s oft the [...

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Fawkner v. Loch Park. SECOND MATCH FOR SILVER CUP. A WIN FOR FAWKNER. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

Fawkner v. Loch Park. SECOND MIATCH FOR SILVER CUP. A WIN FOR FAWKNERI The above clubs met for the second time for the silver cuip, and it proved to: be a: fine game. nFawkner have im ':prove'1 much. Geo. Huntinglton was again prominent fromn start to finish. nver tiring. Fawkner was fortunate in geting him. W. Huntington did well and Cassidy plJayed a slashing game. 3McVigh plays a'-retty game and is in the first rank. McCGlarry is an acquisition to the club and very fast. Hi. Wilmot~ pliays a very neat game and clean. T. \Wimott played welt. A. (Curley) MeAskil maintained his good reputation. Cruickshalnks also playedtI a goox game, ai also did S. nourt, J. Caird and W. Evans, show in inmprovement. T'ie whippett al ways dois well. E. Short played his best match for Fawkner. Caird is com I1ng into form. J. ])ougnty is the mak ings of a good1 man. Capt. Snowy Flet c(h1r took sonme fine marks. fH. MeAs hil made his presence known. Both clubs played a clean and friendly go lme. Loch P...

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Premiership List. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

IPremiershi List. Richmond District .. Points scored 48 Clifton li-ill MhJthodists .. .. ., J40 lclbourrne Di.trict .... : . .10 Cohtrg District .. .. . '.. ,, 36 Banltiiia :30j hn i .. . . .. . . ,, 36 O(akicigh District ..........: 24 26 Hawtho'rn District . .... 26 lBriiswick Juniors . ....... ,, 16 Northernz District . ... 12 Evtrleigh ..............,, O

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The Gun. BRUNSWICK RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

The Gun. BRUNSWICK IIILE CLtLB Tile following is n list of 1he result of.tlhird club shoot of Brunswick Ritle Club,; held 2517;14 at aPort Melbourne: Se. Hep. Ttl. WI. Smith ... 6 4 , 8 P. Anderson ........ 57 31 A. Slater . ........ 57 0 ;: A. Rice ......... 59 3 (2 G.5 Moran . "' "'. 58 . 32 L. :Dusting . :3:.: .· 3":6 5 d Go W. Thomas ..., .. 55 5 60 J. Ltheny:-, : .".;. oG 56 3 5S G. McCartney: : ., o.53 5 58 .A.Symons . . . 55 3 T. H giet .:. ;- . .. . 53 4 5 SG Riee . . .. .. 53 2 H. Templeton .. .,.... 46 8 st .- Johnson . 5! 3 ;1 3 H, 3ickey .. .: .. 46 2 53 E. Esnouf " -9 3 1 E. Clemnts.. ...... 9h " F. Or!gi!l . . - 1 J. Young ~... .. .. .. . 3 3 ·!i

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Lawn Tennis. L.T.A.V. PENNANT COMPETITION. Grade C. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

Lawn Tennis. L.T.A.V. PENNANT COMPEITITION. Grade OC Brunswick v. Fitzroy: iKuhn (B.) d. lHarroI, 6(b1 6--3; Whalcr (B.) d. Penrose, 4-I--6. 6--1, 7---5; M1ulcahy (B.) d. Siminton, 6--4: 6--1; Dona gnan (B.) d. Bradshaw, --6, 6--3, U 1.. Totals: Brunswick, 4 rubbers, 8 sets, 58 gamnes; F1itzro 2 sets, 31 gamnnes. Grade D. Brunswick v. Scotch Collego: Dawson (B.) d. Bnilhache, 6--1, 6--2; Spen cer (B.) d. Southby, 6-2, 6---1; Kel lock (B.) d. Olderfield, 2--6, 6--2,. 6 4; .Whittakei" (B.) d. McLeod. 6--0, (i-2.- "Totals: .Brunswick, 4 ;ribbers 8 set~si.-,games; Scotch College, 1 set, 20 gnimes: Brunswick and Ormond are still to gether with equal claims for the lead ing position on the season's list.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

Miss Allenby (Late ALLENBY and BROWNLIE) Begs to notify that She is Starting Dressmaking again, On MOnday, 10th August. a: rooms over Payne's Millinery (opposite Iloopers) Sydney Road. Brunswick Municipal Elections O TO THE NORTH WARD RATEPAYERS LADIES AND GFNTLEMEN. I !A\"E pleasure in placing my services at yot r disposal, and will be a Candi date for Municipal honors in ccnnection with the above-mentioned Ward. The Election date is fixed as August 27th. I will take on early oppoi tunity of address iug you. Yours faithfully, \VIAL'TER J. MI()ULTON. Brunaswdick unicipal Eiections r) SOUTH WARD. TO THE RATEPAYERS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.- I HA.V E pe?asr'e in placiug my services at 1- your disposal, and will be a Candidate for Municipal honors in connection with the above-mentioned Ward. The Election date is ixecd as August 27th. I will take an early opportunity of addressing you. and placing my views be fore you. Yours faithfully, WALTER IE. DIISNEY. Bru:~swii c k Road!, West Brunswi...

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P.A.F.S., No. 5 LADIES' LODGE, COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914

P.A.F.S., No. 5 ITODIES' LODGE, COBURG. The usual fortnightly meetiing w?ias held in the Dispensary Hall, on Monday, 27th, A ire-ordl atteendance of nmemlnbers greeted the W.M. O n e p r o p o s i t i o n w a s r c e i v e~dl a n d t w o candidates took the oblighations. An oflicial visit was pid 1~v the Male liranch (No. 44). and they were hetrtily welcomed by W.3.1" A euchre tourn'nient was held at the tconclusin of the busi ness. Sister A. Ashton and Bro. W. Sparks were the successful wi ulers. \ ord-matking competition (for non euchre players) was w ?b:3. Sister Cou ran. "Salmagurnty"i is the competition for lixt mneeting-~Augjst 10th. 3lenmbers roll up.

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