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Gardening for Women A MONEY-MAKING PASTIME. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
Gardening for Women A MONEY-MAKING PASTIME. One of the chief features of "Every lady's Journal" for August. just to hand., is a very beautifully illustrated article on Gardelning for VWomen, in which the writer shows ho" gardening may be made, not only a delightfuI hobby. but a paying matter for any woman with energy and brains. The horticultural knowledge is not difficult to obtain. but a great. dealn of perse verance and( some hiardl work are neces sary. However, as the writer points out. it is useless to grow flowers · un less the gardener has a great deal of comunon-sense in disposing of the goods. That there is an excellent mar ket to be obtained in almost any part of Australia is certain, and that, the demand for women gardeners only needs encouraging is also evident. In this month's number' of "Every lady's Journal" there is also a sym posum of noted people upon the ques tion which was partly discussed in the previous month, namely: Have Austra lian Girls Too Much Liberty? To...
Lake Hall Social Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
Lake Hall Social Notes. The plain and fancy dress ball held on Tuesday night last was an unquali fied success in every way. Most peo ple present wanted to know when a similar one would be held. The junior girls' physical culture class is a live affair. There are. now over 40 girls in training, and the work they do already is highly creditable, both to the instructor and themselves. The class meets at Lake Hall every Sa turday afternoon. Names are now being registered for a senior ladies' class. Intending mem bers should forward names at once.
The Brunswick Stadium. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
The Brunswick Stadium. An aspect of this nuestion which has not been emphasised as much as it might have been is the character of the support which the Stadium largely claims, - and the sort of crowd it at tracts. Sydney as well as Melbourne experience goes to show that it is the rendezvous of the most undesirable classes of the community. whose gath ering and conduct seriously affect the moral anid social tone of the immediate locality, with a consequence that the residential property is greatly depre ciated. Information that has just come to hand from Sydney strongly supports this contention. Our informant writes -"When the Newtown (Sydney) Sta dium was only a proposition very strong protests were made against the erection on the grounds that the Sta dium would lead to the depreciation of local residential property and lower inte good name of the neighbourhood." 'Their fears have been proved too well founded as the district is now infested night after night with the scum of nIC po...
Friendly Societies. A.N.A., COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
Fiendly Societies. --- ---4 -- A.N.A., COB3URG. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above branch was held in the coun cil chambers on Thursday, 6th of Aug ust. before a good muster of members, wyhose interest centred principally in the (lebate between the senior and jun ior imemnbers of the debating teams, which was so ably judged by MIr C. Mines. of the Brunswick branch. The winning team were the juniors, lwho colnsisted of Messrs. I. Phillips, T. Hunt and Ii. Stapleton. The latter gentleiman suppliedtl some very amusing comedy business. which delighted the nrembers, the result being: Juniors, 2t points: Seniors, 233 points. The branuh decidedl to give £1 is towards the fund tlfithe late MIr J. Peverell, and a list was taken around amongst tin' members for contribution. The miuld of Play forwarded aa letter ask ing perinission to explain its methods at a Ilater date. Mr T. Nicholls report ed that a match had been shot with 'lellxburne. and Coburg had won by two points. Those tloin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
A bo)o' IN PIANOS. RG ANS. Phonograpl 3. Music. MARKS Oe.3RS, 3341-336 SYN U ROAID, (Near a MethSod.,e Church) And at 870 SydnIey Road. iAgent for Sut . is. For the famous AUGUST FOSTER PIANOS. SESTABLISHED 1885. Terms Arranged Organs, Violins, and other Musical Instruments, Phonographs, Records, Music, Etc. Etc. 400 Sydney Road, BRUNSWICK. ER 456 SYDNEY ROAD, BRUNSWICK. IZB° 84 S Brunswick's Leading Jeweller, Watchmaker and Optician. V AEA IA Y FREE Jewellery, Watches, ClockElIctro ate, Brushes, Mirrors, Hand Bags, Etc., Etc., to `ý Every Cash Customer,. Yoti cancos our own Free Gift, as any article will be given freelyvi i .vithnuti 'y fuss. We also do Cash or Terms if it will SI$t wsi.. Why not all Jo. ? BEATTIE and CG. The Leading Tailors. Give them a Trial for Suits or Ladies' Costumes. Our Motto," CIVILITY." A BOON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. "ARKS BROS. 334-336 SYDNEY ROAD, (near Methodist Church) And at 870 Sydney Road. Agents for Suttons. MN TLE E MAKERS. Factor)...
FAWKNER PRESBYTERIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
____ _____ - FAWKNER PRESBYTERIAN SUN. DAY SCHOOL. The Presbyterian Sunday School held a children's concert in the church last. Wednesday evening. The progranmmne was rendered entirely by the chiklren. The church was very tastefully d(corn ted and was crowded to the door. The Rev. A. McNeilage was the chairman, and the first item was the Evening Song, sung by five senior girls, and was 1odly applauded. Then a recita tion. When Pmin a Mani. by five boys, was good. The IITroubles of a Dolly., siung by five of the infant girls, was preotty and was warmly a pplaled.r Miss Elsi Smith recited The Liglt honse. Mlisses D). and B. IEvendni sang a d(lit. Gather Ye Rosebuds. very nIice ly ani1;_ were encored. Thlie di logie. The Lost Purse, was very good. Miss N lli( losns sang bet's flay ouise. and was encored. The dialogue. Gill of All Trades. was very interesting. The nation song. 1 uncie's -Farm : 11rd. by five infant hoys, was the hit of the niight. The dialogue. Plenty of Time. was reide...
FAWKNER PUBLIC HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
FAWKNER PUBLIC HALL. Great progress is being made with the aboveo hail. The concrete wall of 30 feet long is almost complete. The frame is now going up and about. two weeks time it will be ready for the election camnpaign. The whole of the huilding going up "will be 76 feet long by :5 feet. The floor is of 4xj1 Kauri. There is also a training roonm .31xl 6. If comnpleted the hall is boolk ed for two nights this month. It is also let for 13 nights next month - for silver wedding, two birthday par ties. one wedding. nine nights for a course of lectures. It is Mr Moss's intent.ion to have a lending library, and he is making arrangements for 3600 books: also he will have hot and cold water baths for the summer and winter. The unbounded success of this venture is assured. Pictures and danc ing will be a special feature. 0 -
Should Rose Street Owners Pay? [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
Brunfrmvlch ant Coburg Peaber. PUBLISHED ON FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1914 Should Rose Street Owners Pay? Difficulties are likely to arise in con nection with the metalling of Rose, Thistle, Garnet, Wa'lter, Paterson and Ormond streets. Those streets were formed and chainnelled at the expense of abutting owners many years ago when the Council undoubtedly was sat isfied with the amount of such contri bution. lThe practice was certainly unsound financially, and every munici pality now compels the abutting own ers of any newt street to be metailed and channelled to bear the cost. It is satisfactory to observe that syndicates subdividinig land finrd the land nmore saleable when the streets are to be me talled and channelled. The syndicntors who cut up Davis's paddockt in More land road west spent. we understand, nearly £1700 in metalling and chaninel lint streets. thereby avoidling much future trouble to the municipality. But the position of Rose and the other five streets here...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
Professional Column. MISS M. S. PARKHURST, D.i.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 days. Private Address: 123 PARK ST. PARKVILLE. Terms Moderate. Mr. W. Graham Weir EXPERT PROFESSOR of VOICE CULTURE, AND Miss eraa 0 r, DISTINGUISHED YOUNG VIOLINISTE, Receive pupils at 400 SYDNEY ROAD. SINGING, Elocution. Piano. Violin (Man by System), Theory, Circulars. Tes timonials, par culars at address from Mr. Leught. PLA~ DESIGNED & DRAWN for £1 1. ALSO SPECIFICATIONS and QUANTITIES -ETC. ARTHUR BRENTNALL, 383 Barkly St., E. Brunswick. AND SYDHEY ROAD TRAM TERMINUS. -r BRUNSWICK COLLEGE SYDNEY ROAD. Principal: ROBERT McKAY, M.A. School of History and Political Economy,- Melb. University. Mathrnatical Master: J. J. DOHERTY Secondary Teacher, Melb. Univ. Junior Teacher:...
THE HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
THE HARRIERS. Brunswick Harriersiad their usual run at Essendon last Saturday, the trail being laid over eight miles of hilly country by Messrs V. Aitken, B. J. Stuart, E. A. West, E. and A. S. Howcroft. There were two packs, fast and slow, the slows were in charge of Garnet Brooks, Brunswick, and Albert Brown as 'whip. The fast pack broke away about one mile from home, McMicken, Essendon was the first to arrive. Brunswick Harriers half mile run in re sulted:-F. J. Davies (45 yds.) 1st. L. Dredge (25 yds.) 2nd, and Stan Ellis (scratch);3rd. Brunswick will run from Murdoch Street Moreland next Saturday. 15th, at3.20 sharp. Pleag bring all unsold tickets with you.
Coburg Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
Coburg Pictures ----+-- - T'he above pictures are scrcened at. Lake Hall, Sydney road, Coburg. every Wednesday and Saturday at 8.1.5 sharp: - Patrons says that for clearness, steaidiness, anrid well selected subjects there is no better show. The Keystone comics that are part: of every program keep the audience ill roars of daughter thatt dees hims anti the management good. Ree ler. have you ever. been to see the (Aburg pic tures? If not, go. there is sinltihim' different about them to miost other pie .tures; they will plea. . o. . n. . n;attr :what. tour ideas e u' on tur 1 iniiwnt Sdiay be. SATURDAY, AlGl;UtT 133. The star picturei i enltitled: Report er Jinunv I'ter enes. IIt isa 21 M feet feateilre ii: ay the popular Selig Co.. who Vs ner er' tunt ed out a bad one. WEDINE DM . AUGC,1-T 19. ME:-THtIDi I' TENNIS CLUB N1 l HT. The Cat-i o ? lein i1 the star- pic ture. I1 is tie tetectirve dramina of
Melbourne District Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
Melbourne District Football Association. Last Saturday's matches resulted .a follows: Coburg District, 13.9, beat North ern District. nil. Brunswick Juniors had a walk-over from Everleigh. COBURG'S CAKEWALK OVER NORTHERN DISTRICT. The match between Coburg and Northern District was played at North cote. and resulted in an easy win for Coburg. The scores were: Coburg, 13.9. Northern District, 0.0. The goal-kickers for Coburg were: G. Gilbert 4, J. Huntington 4, W. Mar tell 2. T. Ashton 2, H. Woolacott 1. Coburg team as a whole played well. Andrews played his first game with Coburg and showecd excellent form. He seems very fast.
Local Tourists and the War. AWKWARD SITUATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
Local Tourists and the War. AWKWARD SITUATIONS. There are a large number of Birus wick and Coburg people on tour in Great Britain or on the Continent of Europe. Among those so awkwardly situated are Mr. R. .. CGrundy. Messrs Henry lrayley. Antos Mitchell, George Ewen (the well-known builder). Taylor (of Davis street. Moriln-n3 -and -Miss. Rosser and Mr Charles Rosser. The two latter were to have left London on lFriday. the 14th inst.. by the Otranto. but as this steamer's depar ture has been cancelled, it is hard to say where l iss Rosser and Mr Rosser will be able to leave for Australia.
Extension of Water Mains. IN BRUNSWICK AND COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
Extension of Water Mains. IN BIRUNSWICK AND COBURCTG. 'rhe Melbollurno and Metropolitan Board of Woriks notify the owners of tonements in the following streets that the nmain pipe in the said streets being laid down, the owners of such tene ments are irequired on or before 11th September next to cause a proper pipe and stop-cocks to he laid, so as to sup ply water within suchn tenements from the main pipe. BR UNSWICK. Ferriman street from Collier crescent to Dawson street. , Collier crescent from ; a chain W. of Ferriman street further westwards 1 chains. Hope street fromn Hanover street to Holloway road. Holloway road friom Hope street south wardls 93 chains. Walter strcct from Alhion street to Tinuing strecet. COlBURG. Nicholson street firom The Avenue to Moore',- road. \Volselev street fot rm The Avenue southwards 71 chains. Audley street from White street to Marks street. Marks street from _ndley street to Loch street.
SMOKE NIGHT TO STURT TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
SMOKE NIGHT TO STIRT TEAM. Coburg committee and players are giving a smoke night at, 1ulcahy's Moreland Hotel on Thursday, August 20hl. to the Sturt Football Association who are over from Adelaida on a visit. Tickets. 2s Gd each. Sturt Footballers from Adelaide were met at Spencer street station on Tues day by Mr Rodger. secretary, and Mr Sayers, delegate for Coburg. Sturt boys also called on Cr W. E. Cash, vice-president, and Mr J.-W. Paterson, president. They left in the afternoon for Sydney. and on their return will be entertained by the Coburg Club.
OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
OURSELVES. The "Brunswick and Coburg Lead er" (prico Id., from all newsagents) is published every Friday evening at the office of Blakeley and Jackson Pty. Ltd., No. 500 Sydney road, Brunswick (opposite Hooper's); telephone, Bruns wick No. 4S9. Representatives, secretaries and press correspondents of associations, clubs, societies, committees and other organisations are cordially invited to 'phone or send us particulars. of the events and affairs happening in con nection therewith for publication, and theyr will be inserted. ,Wo also re spectfully invite persons to forward us for publication particulars of any conm nmercial, 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.