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A LADY LAWYER. AT THE BRUNSWICK COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

A LADY LAWYER. AT THE BRTUNSWICK COURT. When a civil case was called on at the Brunswick Court on Wednesday Mr. Shannon announced that he ap peared for the plaintiff, aind his learn ed friend. Miss Taylor. for the defen dant. The interest in the court was at once centred on the solicitors' table, and when Mr. Shannon gallantly stat ed that hlie was proud to be opposed to his learned friend. whose parents he had known and whom he esteemed. Possibly if the case were to be argued they might come to louserheads in fife minutes, but he thought if the case were postponed a few minutes a settle ment might be arrived at. _Mr. Ailard. J.P., welcomed Miss Taylor on behalf of the bench and hoped she would be as successful in all her cases as she apparently was in this. Miss Taylor thanked the bench.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. BRUNSWICK V. MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

CRICKET. SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. BRUNSWICK V. MALVERN. The Brunswick team suffered an al together unexpected defeat- at the hands of Malvern ii the match con cluded on Saturday at Brunswick Park. Much of the credit of the vic tory was due to a splendid partner ship between Hughes and Pitts. On the previouis Saturday Bruns wick made 178, and Malvern had lost three for 87. Four more wickets fell for 33 runs, of which 16 were added by Dolamore to his over-week 25. Hughes, on being joined by Pitts, set tled down to careful cricket, being quite a contrast to his usual style. 167 was on the board when Pitts was caught for 10, made at a most criti cal time for his side. Twelve runs were required wheni Rice (fronm the se cond eleven) came in, and "went at" the bowling, and soon Brunswick's 178 was passed, Rice getting the winning hit with a fine off-drive to the boun dary. At 193 Rice was bowled by Bridges. With the tension removed, Hughes and Denton took the score o 210...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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INSULTING WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

INSULTING WORDS. George Johnson was charged with making use of insulting words to Sen ior Constable Donovan. Senior Constable Donovan deposed to hearing accused say, "Here's Dono van--he's the biggest rotter." Subse quently when witness was taking ac cused to the watchhouse the latter said witness was "a mongrel" and pro mised to put a bullet through his hbrain when he came out. Constable Cornall corroborated. Accused, who pleaded guilty and ad miitted several prior convictions, was fined £3.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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COBURG V. FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

COBl3RUR V. FOOTSCRAY. The match Coburg v. Footscray was resumed at Footscray on Saturday last. Footsc.ray on the first day's piay knocked lip 184. Coburg opened their innings 40 minutes before time of drawing stumps, losing in this time three wickets for 35. Stranks and Mailer keeping up their wickets. took their respective places on the last day. Mailer taking strike to Johanson, opened with a fine cut for 3. StraInks was then confronted the same howler, and in his usual graceful "pull" stroke got an easy boundary (4). his next a single. Mailer replied with another three through the slips, each batsman in turn playing confidently until Mailer hit one to mid-off. Stranks called, but before he could reach his crease the wicket was thrown down, much to the satisfaction of Footscray's players and "barrack ers," as it was a great gain to them in getting a batsman that is at all times a '"thorn" in the side of an op posing side. Landells went to the crease vacated by his captain, and wi...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Brunswick Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21. Before Messrs. Allard, Dowsley and Lord, J.P.'s.

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Second Elevens [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Second Elevens Malvern (198 and six for 149) v. Brunswick (351) was finished at Manl; vern, and won by Brunswick on the first innings by 153 runs. HTogg got 131 (26 4it's). not out for the winners, but gave chances when 82 and 106. Other good contributions were those of Bartel 43, Norton 39. McLean 32, and Ryan 28. The most successful bowlers for the losing side were Pock ett four for 92 (off 150 balls) and Mc Adam two for 85. In Malvern's second innings Abud got 49 (four 6's and three 4's), John Beattie 39 not out, and Pockett 34. Cain four for 44 and Hogg one for 7 got the wickets for. Brunswick. At one stage of the game Brunswick had lost six wickets for 155. Coburg v. Footscray. - Coburg had made 187, to which Footscray replied witli 44 and 29 for four wickets. On Saturday the remaining batsmen brought the score to 121, and were thus beaten by an innings and 22 runs. HTodge 30 not out, Johannsen 26, and Mason 17 were the principal scorers. For Coburg, Alexander two for 8, Kenned...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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THE JUNIORS. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

THE JUNIORS. First Grade. As a result of the seventh round-of nmatches in the first grade, South Mel bourne Footballers (with - 13 points) have displaced Clifton Hill A.N.A. from first place, while Yarravillo have come up level with the A.N.A. for se cond place, each teami having scored 12 points. The positions of the other clubs are:-31iddle Park, 10 points; Richmond City, 9; Bruinswick City, North Melbourne District, 8; Preston, Fitzroy Foothallers. 6; North Ports, East Brunswick. 4; West Hawthorn, Flemington and Kensington, 2. In consequence of the annual match against the Melbourne Cricket Club being played next Saturday and Mon -lay, there will be no matches in any' of the grades. The match against Mel bourne will be played on the Scotch College ground, commencing at a quarter-past 2 o'clock on Saturday, and 11 o'clock on January 26. East Brunswick failed badly against the Fizroy Footballers. and were de feated by an innings and 61 runs. The Footballers made 274 in their first ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. HIS WIFE LEFT HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. HIS WIFE LEFT HIM. Harold Cuthbert Lincoln was charg ed wit1 attempting to commit suicide in 6th January. It appeared from what Senior-Con able Wall,. of West Brunswick, told the bench. that accused and his wife 1ad a difference and that she left him. 'n the date in question she went back to her husband's house in Albert street ao get her clothes, and while there 'er husband asked her to come back. She refused and he then cut his hroat. Florence Adehne Lincoln said that iecused was her husband. In conse uence of his conduct to her and her -hild. she left him, and on 6th inst. vent back to get her clothes. Accus 'l then asked her to come back, and she refused. A man named Carragan fried to make peace betwen them, and ccused told him not to interfere. He then asked her if she was going, and n-when she said "Yes," he said "Here goes" and fell back. Witness then saw that he had cut his throat. Ac cused had never threatened to take 'is life, but had several times threa...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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The True Functions of Local Government. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

riEan umice, dlIUUuIi iHe. 3runhlwiick anb Coburv %eater. PUBLISHED ON FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1914 The True Functions of Local Government. ---4>-- The functions of local government are defined to some extent by the name itself. Sucn functions primariiy were to attend to the construction and imaking of roads and bridges in small areas, and also to health of the in Shabitants residing in these areas. Un til those functions are on their way Sto completion, no other work shouLt be contemplated. \\ lien roads and ioot-ways are rutty, when sanitation is neglected or improperly attended to, such excrescences as elaborate town halls and luxurious surroundings for the few at the expense of the many should not have the slightest consid er.tion. Unfortunately before the pii mary functions of local government are exhausted councillors become rest ive under restricted activity, and grad ually quite secondary additions are superimposed. Humnan nature is na turally expansive, and w...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Personal. Mr. Thomas Edwards, a very old resident of Coburg, died on Sunday, at his residence, Reynard road, at the age of 84 years, after a long illness. The deceased was the founder of the saddle-tree industry in Victoria. The funeral took place on Monday, to the Melbourne General Cemetery. Deceas ed left a widow and grown-up family. In compliance with a request from '"e New South Wales iCricket Asso ciation, Mr. George Bull, caretaker of the toburg cricket ground, is proceed ig to Sydney in the s.s. Indarra to morrow, in order to prepare a wicket for the forthcoming interstate match. General regret is felt by the parish ioners of Holy Trinity Church, Co burg. at the departure of the Rev. W. -Kie, and great sympathy is also felt for the rev. gentleman and Mrs. r>Kie in the severe loss sustained by `hem in the recent disastrous fire. These feelings were fully exemplified )n Tuesday evening at the social even g, reported in another column. The Rev. Mr. McKie had a splendid demons...

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BRUNSWICK CITY V. NORTH PORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

BRUNSWICK CITY V. NORTH PORTS. This match was concluded on the Park street reserve on Saturday, when Brunswick City won on the first in nings by 123 runs. The notable feat uire of the match was the splendid bowling of Peter O'Loughlin (five wickets for 16 runs) and the excellent batting of Madden and V. Bridges. Tho scores were: North Ports. First innings ...... ........82 Second innings .. eight wickets for 92 Brunswick City: First Innings. V. Bridges, c Lewis, b E. Keyhoe 35 W. Brian, b Lewis.. .. .. 23 S. Jamieson, b E. Koyhoe .. .. 14 J. Cowley, run out . .. ..... 4 W. Madden, run out ........ .51 T. Forsyth, c G., b E. Keyhoo .. 0 G. McShane, b Lewis... ..... 5 J. Foletta, c Lewis, b Bowden .. 25 H. Diepenau, run out ....... .16 L. Chandler b O'Brien.. .... 6 P. O'Loughln, not out .. .. .. 0 Sundries .... .. .. .. .. 26 Total ... ......... .. 205

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Auctioneers and Estate Agents. ROBETS, STANLEY & COY. --------- M'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. CONSULT -THE LEADING Auctioneer a roerty Salesmen NEW AND COMIMODIOUS PREMISES, SY DEY R D, Corner of Blyth Street. ESTABLISIED 16 YEARS. OUR SPECIALTY Auction 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. Reins Collected. Absentees Represented. Estates Managed. Insurances of Fire, Plate Glass, Accident, Employers' Liability, Motor Cars, &c. effected...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

SITUATIONS VACANT. W OMAN RELIABLE, HOUSEWORK, 5 afternoons weekly, 2 till 5, 10,'., near Goburg Railway Station, "Maison" Coburg P.O. TOWN OF COBURG. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE GENERAL RATE - AND PAN CHARGE. NOTICE is hereby given, that theCoun* cil of the Town of Coburg, intends, at a meeting of the said council, to be held on Wednesday, the 28Sth day of January, 1914. to make a GENERAL RATE of TWO SHILLING(;S and THREEPENCE (2 3) in the POUND, on the net annual value of property assessable in the Town of Coburg, and also an annual charge of 12 per pan for the removal of nightsoil from tene ments within the Town.. It is intended that the said rate and charge shall be made for the period comnmencing on the Ist day of October, 1913; and ending on the 30th day of September, 1914, and shall be due and payable-in one amount on the 29th day of January, 1914, The estimate prepared in accordance with the provisions of the Local Government Act 1903, is deposited for inspection at the Town...

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Workers' Compensation Legislation. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Workers' Compensation Legislation. (BY D. NORM\.N TRENRI- .) For the proper alpprciation 1of must things it is necessary to come to an understanding of their underlying principles, and an intelligent grip of any economic question is ever pmreice cal by careful stud; of its origin. iThus, in considering Worketrs' Compensatio1n legislation, it is protitabk- and ind'eed essential-to study the circumstances which created it, the public oini on which moulded it, and the enactments which develoned it. The history of its oavth is the story of the spread of social counsciousness, and one reftlets the other. I wish to deal with three main Deriods, each withl its--own laws re. soecting Compensation payable to workmen for injuries received in the course of their employment. There is, first of all, the period from -Ie end of the Eighteenth Century till 1880. when the worker had to "elv on Common Law to remedy his disabilities; secondly, there is the n-riod from 1880 until 1897, with its accompa...

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Rand's Romantic Story. HOW THE GOLD REEF CAME INTO BEING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Rand's -Romantic Story. HOW '1THl E GOLD REEL' CAME INTO [ EING. "Sir Lionel IPhliips is one of the shrewdest. amnl most successful ulirIong the giants of the South Afri call gold-rinining idl(lustry ; but Ihe has not parted with his imtugina tion, and in a lecture on ' The Ito niance of the Hand ' to the ,National Society at Cape Town he so corn trived that in the mirnds of his aud ience the marvellous completely domli natedr the sordid." says the corres ponldent of the London " Timles" The li'dlge of the White Waters is really a most wonderful place, andl a most wonderful posse'sioin, n(:t onily from the point of view of nat;erial wealth, but from the geological point of vieo', Sir 1 ionel declared. Let us imaginie a period of time so far 1loc', as to le re:ill unimnagin able. IIh the diiWi ,aSt tle Wit watersrand was an inland sea, and this sea, which was nculosed no doubt by mnountainls, iplayed about against the Ihills andi tore theii down grad'ially and deposited them on thI i...

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THE FARM. STOCKING AND OVERSTOCKING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

id THE FARM. :j S O K·C ·- +- - ---- I STOCKING AND OVERSTOCKING. An experienced farmer will see that his grass paddocks are stocked with juist the number of sheep or cattle that will entail neither shortage of feed or waste of grass. Judicious grazing can never be accomplished on large wide-ranged areas where English grasses are, sown, and the ffence is a most necessary adjunct to successfuil and econemic pasturing of stock. A large area appropriately divided with, fences and the stock rotated I from one paddock to another will carry quite fully half as many head again, if not more. The stock will, moreover, do better and be much healthier, adding very substantially to the settlers' income. Moving them ºfrom one paddock to another as the feed is eaten down and becomes foul ed with the droppings of the animals will give each paddock a chance to get thoroughly washed and cleaned with rains, making the flush of grass tawaiting , grazing after the spell 3wholesome feeding. Such paddock...

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RUNNER BEANS AND DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

RUNNER BEANS AND DROUGHT. "Vegetarian," writing to an Eng lish paper, 'gives the results of water ing runners during a dr3 spell. Ob serving that one of his neighbours had very poor results, although! the roots were well watered, he set to work in his owh garden by watering a row at the roots only, never al lowing the water to touch the leaves, whilst a second row was treated by watering both leaves and roots, with the result that the latter produced pods a foot long, whilst the former only gave .pods of three inenes. "Vegetarian" says that in a wet season very few pods fail to set, but that during a dry spell it is not so, and that artificial watering of leaves as well as roots is necessary to se cure a good setting of pods. Barnyard manure can be used to reduce the effects of drought. When 1 soil has been manured It holds more I moisture, and when the soil is rich In humus and plant food the crop rAA get aloe; with less moisture. I

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Swallowed Diamond Ring. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

Swallowed Diamond Ring. 4---- M rs. Ailn Sincus, ', Hickory, Pennsylvanaia i us lio)r i:ng the loss of a diamond ring worth £20, which her big Central American parrot swallowed. The big bird, however, denies the theft when questioned. Mrs. Sim ns said she had been mi1issinfg various small arti cles of jew ellerx an:i a lts for some time, anl has always found that l'olly had swallowed theut. The bird is crafty. and always takes the articles when no one is around. Mrs. Sinions left one of her dia mond rings on the table. Polly. who was attached to a perch by a chain, was just able to reach the ring, which he evidently swallowed. Mrs. Simons charged the parrot with the theft. but Poll- screamed his denial so earnestly that the wo man is loth to kill her favour ite to recover the ring, fearing she may have accused him wrongly. Meanwhile, P'olly screamis, "I didn't take it, nanutnua, I didn't take it." An Irish lecturer, expatiating on the nature of man, remarked that one point of distin...

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A SERIOUS MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

A SERIOUS M1ATTER. The Rev. E. ~J. 1Hardy, in his hook, "llow to be Happy 1 Though. ('ivii,"' tells how the wifec of..Profes sor .gas i. was one morning put tifig on her stockings and shoes.. A little scr :tin atternctel the profes sor s at tent ion. Not having risen, he leanad forwarrd on Iis elbow, and anr ioisly ilnquired what was the mat tter. SWhy. a littile sinake has just crawled out of mv shoe ''' cried she. 01.}ly one. t'- . ' ar ' 1 ,nuired thie p'rofessor. cal":1'i\ l' : down. 'There should ha e e.n t hr 1he timt t hera there to' keer' thea wvartns

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The Poor Man's Motor. CYCLECARS AS JUDGED BY COST, UPKEEP, AND MILEAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 23 January 1914

The Poor Man's Motor. CYCLECARS AS J TURGED BY COST, UPK'lP, AN MILFA'JiU1. The poor man's lotor lar-often leronis II.,- oiler, .ctuarlly tnrnouncedi only to prole it [ail ;, useunl -has really arrixId it Ilast It teclhtiial un1e is the tilec Ir, anl it is :nlihnittedl} a h blx rid tehicle. between the mnotcr-a lx and the i1 t)r-tar pl-per, l . '.in1 the light n1ss, sirnylicity, ani relijitlity of the former, aln anr c+i111 capacity with the latter o lrry two per sOa[s switly. sral{. and cltolmf rtwt a lly front any }l (c t -ou li(t t. 11oole to arty other 1iac. C(2lechars In e Iither l hre wheiK or foulr. accorllirln to te, c (1and cos: now, front t75 to 1:5. and over. For the torror tn1e1 it ;s lat- p(-1 sille to get t 'ixe to six horse power, three-x lheell" I cclecar, of proe'l relia ili, to carrx two people side le side ; hilth will aver ag t t wemtiy 'oles ; ]oour coe lortal--the1 1'al tht of0 speed in Srnglaill; 1hic witll cov'er '5-50 miles to a (ilan o' petrol, costing is. ...

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