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COUNTRY TRIP BY HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914
COUNTRL TRIP BY- HAWTHORTN. The Hawthorn committee is so plcns ed withl the woik of thlle team during its first season in senior ranks that ar raingcmentts have been made to take thle players for a country trip. A match will be played at Echuiea on Wednesday, Septemnber 2. Messrs. W. H. Hulse and Cr. R. W. Lord have been ;IppIointed manager of the ?t~our, arid sixteen ulayers chosen. Several members of the committee and the pre sident will also accompany the team.
Football. BRUNSWICK V. HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914
Football. BRUNSWICK V. 1IAWTilORN. Tile local teamn visited Hawthorn on Saturday last, when there was only a moderate attendance. Brunswick, al though playing beitter foothall in the first half, did not score so well as might hav'e been expectedl, whilst. i-law thorn turned their fewer tries to bet ter account-. At qluarter tnime the scores were: Brunswick, 4.3; Hawthorn, 1.3. At half-timne Inaw'thoin led, \viz.: Hawthorn. 7.10; Brunswick, 5., From this on Brunswick did better on the fdrwarud lines, though their work was ineier quite up to champimn ship standard, whilst Hawsthorn, on t. e other hand, (vent off badly, and a: ·it of their tries gave only behinds. In the > third quarter they played a ~ci ' good game, failed only in shooting for goal. and at the e'Id Bruiswick lhad 9.11 to Hawthorn's 7.12. Thus far the Haw thornites iiwere redited with making a gallant b'attlo of it. Brunswick. how ever, scoraed heavily in the last phase, when they put on 5 goals to Haw thorn's 2. Th...
WEDDING BELLS. MR. WM. WOOLACOTT TO MISS EMILY ALICE STRANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 31 July 1914
WEDDING BELLS. MR. WM. WOOLACOTT TO MISS EMILY ALICE STRANKS. A charming evening wedding was that &nbsp; of Mr. Wm. Woolacott, formerly of Co- burg, now of Rochester, the eldest son of Mr. Robert Woolacott, to Miss Emily Alice Stranks, the eldest daughter of ex- Mayor, Mr. Nathaniel Stranks, and Emily Stranks, of Errol Avenue, Brunswick. The wedding was celebrated at the Union street Methodlist Church on Wednesday evening last, the 29th inst., by the Rev. Mr. J. H. Cain, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Henry Clarke. The church was prettily decorated by the girl friends of the bride with white flowers and greenery. Mr. Briggs presided at the organ, and a full choir was present. Mrs. W. Cation sung in finished style "Beloved, it is Morn." The bride, who was given away by her father, was beautifully gowned in ivory charmeuse satin de soie, daintily draped and silk shadow lace trimming and orange blossom. Her veil was prettily arranged on a little tulle cap, and she carried a shower bo...
Positions of Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 7 August 1914
Positions of Clubs. lichmond District .... Pts. scored .52 Clifton Hill Methodists ........ .iS Coburg District ........... .10 coburg District ............40 Melbolirne Districr .. . ...... 40 Bahunin ................ ;3j O)nkleich Distit ............ 2 l1'Iuni wick J ::tniers .... ...... 20 Ha nthlrn District .......... Ii Nolrt ! urn District ...... ...... 12 Everl.igh. ............... .U
Melbourne District Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 7 August 1914
Melbourne District Football Association. Coburg District, 8 goals 12 behinds beat Balmain, 4 goals 5 behinds. Brunswick Juniors, 8 goals 3 be hinds, beat Northerin District, 2 be hinds. The return match between Coburg and Banlmain was played on the Friend ly Societies ground, and resulted in a win for Coburg by 61 points. The scores were: Coburg, 8.12; Balmain. 4.5. Goal kickers for Coburg were W. Martell 2, G. Gilbert 2, J. Connole. L. Huntington, D. Gilbert, Waterman. Coburg were served best by McHale, F. Pridham, J. O'Halloran D. Gil bert, L. Huntington, G. Tarsh, and T. Gilbert. H. Woolacott was roving in his best style and did a lot of good work :f: G. Leatham is back to his old form again and did some clever things; J. Lee reappeared after absence of seven weeks. H was playing well when his knee became affected. Les. Huntington, always reiable, roved in his best style. Coburg supporte-s would like to see J. Huntington playing. General meeting of Ladies R~ecrea tion Committee a...
FINAL FOUR DETERMINED. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 7 August 1914
FINAL FOUR DETERIMINED. Thle Association clubs finished their first round of home-and-home matches on Saturday, nnd only the four lead in clnlbs (North .Melbourne, Footscray?, Essendon. and Williamstuown) remain in the competition. The other six clubs drop out, and, save for the ex pectation of a final dividend, the rest of the season holds out no attraction for them as far as practical football is concerned. FIXTURES. The fixtures for next Saturday are: North 3Melbourne v. Essendon, at Mel bourne Cricket Ground. Footscray v. Williamstiown, at East Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Football. BRUNSWICK V. ESSENDON. WIN FOR ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 7 August 1914
Football. BRUNSWICK V. ESSENDON. 5 WIN FOR1 E1SSFNDON. SThe locals journeyed to Essendon on Saturday. There were about. 4000 pre sent. Brunswick, winnini the toss, started the ball down thle hill. and an fine kick by O'Connor sent the ball in to the arms of Harker. The latter was equal to scoring first- goal. Again Brunswick rushed on to tihe ball, and MIeKay, passing to Toplham. secon-l - goal was registered. Essendlon then at tacked, and Clarke from an angle se cured a single. A free kick to lRoss; .followed by a dashing run by Chase., enabled. McKay to get the ball in front, and third goal went up. Es sendon pulled themselves together, and as the outcome of some strong work Sevior scored .thir first goal with a running shoti. From the bounce Bruns wick rushed the ball to the Esscendon end, where Topham snapoed another goal. Thence onward to the end of thi quarter Essendon were most pro minent. Diggle, as the result of a fine mark, scored seconid goal; Atkins snap ped tbhe third, ...
A Drunken Brawl. INQUEST ON RICHARD WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 7 August 1914
A Drunken Brawl. INQUEST ON RICHAIRD WOOD. Maniacal behaviour on the part. of a young Scotch immigrant, was related at au inrrest on his body at the City Morgue on Saturday before tile Cor oner D. 1) R. H. Cole. At. midnight on 11th July, or shortly atfterwards, Ric1hard Wood, a baker, who had been on a drinking bout with a. number of other young lmen at East Brunswick. became involived in a serlies of street disturbances, in which he appears to have heen the priniupal. In one of these brawls he received such injulries that he died several days later. Frank White. 3 Howard st., East Bruinswick, was charged last week with the wilful imurder of \\'.od, and was remainded to appear on Wedinesday next. bail being allowed in himself .1l000 and two sureties of £500 each. White was present at the inquest. on Saturday, and was represented by Mr P'. J. lRidglewav. Sub-inspector Noble tconducted tile inquiry on behalf of the police. Dr. William Allan Haile stated that hie treated dtceased at. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 7 August 1914
City of Brunswick 0 'O Annual Election NORTH WARD I hereby give notice that the annual ELECTION to fill the VACANCY in the representation of the NORTH WARD of Brunswick City Council, caused by the re :tirement in rotation'of Councillor David Phillips, who is eligible for re-election, will be held ori Thursday, the 27th day of Aug ust, 1914. I hereby appoint Thursday, the 13th day.of August, 1914, for the nomin ation day. All candidates at this election must be nominated at the Town Clerk's Office, TownHall, Brunswick, between the hours of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, and 4 o'clock in thle afternoon, on any day previous to, but not later than 4 o'clock in the after noon of Thursday, the 13th day of August, 1914, by delivery to me, or to Mr. Ralph A. McGregor Dawson, town clerk, who is hereby appointed my deputy, nomination papers and deposits as required by the Lccal Government Act 1903. JOSEPH WAXMAN, Returning Oficer. Town Hall; Brunswick, 5th August, 1914. MIDDLE WARD I hereby give...
WEDDING BELLS. WOOLACOTT—STRANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 7 August 1914
WEDDING BELLS. WOOLACOTT-~STRANKS. 'e gave our readers last week an acco~int of the wedding of Mr. Winm. Woolacott, fornmerly of Coburg, now of Rochester, to Miss Emily Alice Stranks. the eldest daughter of ex 31:\lavor Mr N thaniel Stranks, of Errol Aveunue. ]ruswiclk, and now append a list of the principa l presents given: Mr and Mrs Noirman MlcCowalnm din nter set. vase. Irish china. Mr J. anid Mr RI. Robilliard, silver cruet. lThe Mayor and Mayoress of Bruns wick, epergne. Mrs J. Norris, pair vases. Mr and Mrs C. Stodgell, pair vases. Mir and Mrs Siodgell (Albert Park), biscuit barrel. Miss Stodgeil (Albert Park), jelly disn. Misses 0. and M. 1Tolphin, fruit set. Mrs Courts, silver mounted cut glass specimen and perfume bottle. Miss CGwen. I'Evans. cake dish. Mr and Mrs J. '. iiEvans, table linen. Miss Rita 3lirnett, silver vase. Mr andti Mrs . H. Simpson (Hamp tolip, p'.tmi r,,. Misses Jean and Nance Fullwood, bronze vase. Mlr anid Mris A. Bradley (Trafalgar), iardiniere. Mr an...
Sons of Temperance: [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 7 August 1914
Sez o T herance: lThe Cburg JLlunior Section No. 17 of the above \,Is opened on ,Vedcnesdav, August oth. in the Uddfelows' Hall, Sydney Road, \by Bro. ;rcgory S.P.J., who gave an inter esting iaddress, after which, the officers . were electced as tollows:-Bro. Reginald Duo da!e. W. Archon. Bro. Eriic Leishman, V. Ar,' . tro. Stanley Bensn, Secretary, Sis. \ioint ThImpson, Guide. Sis. Ada CL n,,. S It. -:, respoI nded with nice irth. .-tcches. Kindly advice and good wis-? itor oiice''s were given by Bro. BoreI,. D.S.).J.. Bro. Willis, Patron, B,-unvicl Br-,. Morrison, Patron Coro nation Sction. B os. Gibbins and Picten, D.D's. t ro. icha:ldison. Patron. After gamcs ciame refr :Il· ilenits an'd coffee. A iarIty voe o.t thanks wVas then accorded the visitors rod seniori members of Bruns wick antd Cobhurg aud parents, also for the prizes ofcredc by Bros. Gregory and Willis for ne members, lfter which, all joined hands and sang"\ulb Lang Sync" and the iNational Anthem.
BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 7 August 1914
BASEBALL. Brunswick played the Argus last Sa. turday and easily defeated tlteu. Tlihe ,scores were: Brunswick, 12;: The Ar gus, 1. Bridges, Cowley, Landells, Williamns; R. Adams (two wonderftil catches), and W. Wynn (good in the outfield) were the strongest players for the win ners; while Hillard; Scrivener Giller, and Walker worked hard for The Ar gus. Brunswick noiv occupy 3rd. ixosition on the list.
OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 7 August 1914
OURSELVES. The "Brunswick and Coburg Lead er" (price Id., from all newsagents) is published every Friday evening at the office of Blakeley and Jackson lPty. Ltd., No. 500 Sydney road, Brunswick (opposite HIooper's); telephone, Bruns wick No. 489. Representatives, secretaries and press correspondents of associations, clubs, societies, committees and other organisations are cordially invited to 'phono or send us particulars of the events and affairs |appening in con nection therewith for. publication, and they will be inserted. We also re spectfully invite persons to forward us for publication particulars of any eom mercial, historical, social or personal items, or relating to the illnesses, re coveries, deaths or marriages of local residents, or their days "at home," "not at home," or any other items of local news, social, personal or other wise.
BRUNSWICK STATE ELECTORATE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 7 August 1914
BRUNSWICK ST'ATE ELECTOIR ATE COUNCIL. 'Vthe regular weekly meeting of tile above was hehl on Tuesday. the 4thl Inst. A report was read, tihe result of a conhbined meeting represelnting va rious branches, that they had approved of the appointment of anll organisi~n secretary tor truniswick. also that an organising fund had been starlted. No munations were called for and two were forthcoming. A ballot was held which resulted in the selection oef Mr "trangman, as secretary of the State ,Electoral Council. Correspondence was rec`ied from one of' the branches re presenited at the combined meeting: also fromn various ratepayers offering their services to assist, and apprecitat ing the fact that they initended to give a g-rand comnplimentary soxial to Mr. J. R. Jewell, M1.L.A., min recognition of active services rendered to citizens ot Bruhswitk. Reports were received from the women's organising conulmit tee of work executed in tlihe Mliddle Wardon behalf of Mr A. C. Cheers. and it is ant...
SHIPS THAT ARE SELDOM HEARD OF. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 7 August 1914
SHIPS THAT ARE SELDOM HEARD OF. Every harbour, river, and sea in the wide world teems with unnamed craft. The big ships come and go. Continents watch their arrival and departure, and long after their masts have sunkten beneath the horizon the wireless whispers its messages from them to the friends on the shore. Eager worlds await anxiously the first word from the in:oming ship. They live their days in the " full glare" of publicity. From that day when they take their first plunge from the ways into their future ele ment until that other one when their old "bones"' rest on some for bidding reef or in a shipbreaker's yard, they are public characters. In the commercial and social worlds they occupy prominent places. But the unnamed ships come and go without mention, says the '" Mon treal Witness." Not .a line.in The paper announces their launching, and few journals or people even note their disappearance from the sea, unless they figure in some dire acci dent. They are peasantry of the...
Bruns wick Amphitheatre. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 7 August 1914
Brunswick Amphitheatre. An anilmated discussion on this pro position took place in the Brunswick Council aInst Tuesday oev'ning. Thie nac cnllnodtation of tlhe Council Chanlber was taixed to its utmost. Those for and against tihe project attended in IreC nuImbers anid muchI heat was shown hv some imembers of the audi ence, whlilst. many uncalled for inter jections wiere frteqluently made use of by sonie of those present. lThis pirac tice should not be tolerated for a monm inlet, and the sooner it is repressed the b tter for all concerned. A letter was received from the directors, see retary, and manager, Brunswick Sports Club Pty. Ltd., as follows: "Our 3I IBrown-Parker made an ap pliciation on behalf of a company to be incorporated and to be called 'The Br1unswick Sports Club Pty. Ltd.,' for perinlission to apply to tihe Under See riet'ary, etc. \\We h:ave sinc'e beoen in fornied that the said application should haive been mnade direct to your Council. 'Actini g on the carrying of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 7 August 1914
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