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DISCUSSION AT COBURG COUNCIL. £50 VOTED. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
DISCUSSION AT COBUtRG COUN CIL. £50 VOTED. At the last meeting of the Coburg Council a letter was received from the Mayor suggesting that £25 be voted towards the fund. Cr Anderson moved that the sugges tion be complied with, as it would help others and the object was most coinm mendable. Cr Campbell: I would like to see the amount increased. Cr. McAlpine seconded the resolu tion and added it was a wise step. Other municipalities were doing the same thing. They could only act co cording to the funds at their disposal, which were not too bright. It would give some help. even a small sum, and would be showing practical sympathy with a worthy movement as the men going to the front would have to put un with hardships. They knew what they would have to expect, and it was not child's play. It was for the main tenance of our interests and protection and the honor of our country. It was the least they could do in providing creature comforts. Cr Cash in support said the amount should be incr...
COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
COBURG. The following candidates have been nominatd for the office of councillor, at the election to take place on 27th August next: Anderson, John James. Campbell. Alexander Gilmour. Davis, Albert Thomns. Murphy, Joseph. Reynolds, Thomas. The first-named three are retiring councillors. Messrs. Murphy and Rey nolds w-ill contest the election in the interests of Labor. The Town of Co burg is not divided into wards. It is believed that the Labor party will not oppose Cr Davis.
BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
BRUNSWICK. At Brunswick there is a contest in each of the three wards of the city. In the North ward Cr. D. Phillips will be opposed by Mr W. J. Moulton, aue tioncer and estate agent of Sydney rd. Strong efforts are also being made to induce CMr P. H. Killeen, of Holmes street, to become a candidate. In the Middle ward Cr. J. R. Jewell. M.L.A., is not seeking re-election, and the va cant sent will be contested by Mr A. G. Wales. son of an ex-councillor, and Mr Alf. C. Cheers, who is the selected Lahbor candidate. In the South ward Cr. J. W. Fleming is seeking re-elec tion. and is opposed by Mr W. Disney. . largely signed requisition has been presented asking Mr Ogden, auction cer, Sydney road and Collins street, to contest the seat, hut he has not yet given an answer. A decision from Mr Ogden is expected shortly. Since writing the above, Mr. Ogden has definitely announced that he will contest the seat for. the South Ward, and an noudices his platform in our advertising columns.
BELL STREET FENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
BELL STREET FENCE. Cr. McAlpine complained that the fence in Bell street o"posite the Pub. lic Hall was a nuisance and that a ratepayer had complained to him that the barbed wire there was a nuisance and dangerous, and had no business to be there as it had nlreadylv torn peo ple's clothes. He moved that the en gineer report on the matter and renm edy it by having the barbed wire pull ed down. The Surveyor: If we are going to plough and farrow there we must con sider the fence. Cr Cash: Is any money on the esti mates? If so, the Council should be advised. The Surveyor: We got a price for a Cyclone fence. Cr McAlpine: The kind of fence was not agreed upon. He suggested that something of a public nature be done to get funds for the purpose of a beau tification scheme and fence. A good fence was required. The Surveyor: The Council had de cided to put up a fence and had writ ten to the Education Department on the subjLt. Cr Bush: Did the Department an swer the letter? The Surveyor: No. C...
ANOTHER STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
ANOTHER STREET. Cr. Keano complained of the state of Berry street, Coburg, and asked when it was intended to make it, as it was in a shocking condition. Cr Campbell: The papers would ihave been here to-night but for the dtn avoidable absence of the Town Clerk. There was a question of loan involved. (r Keane: Opposite Mr Thornton's premises there is a big depression and the drainage has no outlet. It is a fever bed. He would like the engineer to report. Cr Campbell.: Allow the engineer to let the water run away. He agreed with Cr Keane that the place demand ed attention. A resolution was passed that the ne cessary arrangements be made for giv ing temporary relief by attending to the matter..
ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL. ARCHBISHOP CLARKE ON THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL. ARCHBISHOP CLARKE ON THE WAR. An impressive national service was held at St. Paul's Cathedral on Sun day morning. There were special play ers and hymns invoking the Divine protection to the Empire's troops, and an everlasting peace. Archbishop Clarke, during a lengthy discourse, stated: A week ago they were trem bling in the fear of possible war; to day one of the greatest wars of history was upon the world, and all nations were aghast at its possibilities. The scene of conflict was far away at the present, and may it never come to our shores. A few brief days taught them what war meant. The sudden stagna tion of trade, the fear of possible cdis tress of the nations, had caused men's hearts to tremble with fear. This, how ever, was as nothing in comparison to the mental anguish of the present moment in England, France, Russia and Germany. Some simple duties lay before them. There were in Australia a number of persons of German origin. They came here long ago, a...
Patriotism. CATHEDRAL HALL ADDRESS. ARCHBISHOP CARR ON LOYALTY [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
Patriotism. CATHEDRAL HALL ADDRESS. ARCHBISHOP CARR ON LOYALTY In the course of an address at the Cathedral Hall on Sunday afternoon Archbishop Carr said: We cannot com mence our proceedings without con trasting our serene and peaceful posi tion with the dangerous and troubled condition of so many countries in Eur ope at the present time. We must be grateful to the Almighty, who has given to Australia uninterrupted pence from the very beginning of the history of her civilisation. We are bound, too, in Christian charity to pray both in public and in private that tihe horrors of war may be of brief duration, and that the return of peace may usher in a period of prolonged tranquility. (Hear, hear.) Our religious .principles, our loyalty and our interests lead us to forget the past and to join heartily withour fellow citizens in defence of the Mother Country, and of the best bialanced constitution which tihe world has ever known.
LIBERAL WORKERS' INSTITUTE. CHIEF SECRETARY ON SACRIFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
LIBERAL W-ORLKER.S' INSTITUTE. CHIEF SECRETARY ON SACRI FICE. At a patriotic remonstration arrang ed by the Liberal Workers' Institute held at the Athenaeum Hall on Mon day the Chief Secretary (Mr. Murray) said that, in the circumstances of the present international crisis, true pa triotism was the highest feeling exhi bited by any individual - not merely lip loyalty, but the patriotism that was prepared to make any sacrifice for the Empire's needs. No nation had ever entered on any great struggle with hands cleaner thani Great Britain had in this world-wide turmoil. But she had not decided to come into the struggle until her counsels, her pray ers, her entreaties for peace had heen disregarded. A more solemn duty. a heavier obligation, a 'higher responsi bility was never placed on any nation than that Great. Britain should stand by her allies, no matter what the cost. (Applause.) Had she not done so, men would have been ashamed to say that. they were Britishers. The outcome of the ...
THE LORD MAYOR (ALDERMAN D. V. HENNESSY) TAKES A LEADING PART. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
THE LORD MAYOR. (ALDERMAN D. V. HENNESSY) TAKES A LEADING PART. Money is pouring in to the above fund and some large amounts have been received. Never before in con temporary history has the spirit of the British people been appealed to as it is now. The feeling is so strong that ebullition of expression or behavior is instinctively avoided. There is only desolute calm, and a willingness to serve, and sacrifice. Other struggles have been comparatively local; this is for niitionaV existence and in the cause of honor and obligation. We cannot all be in the firing line, but iWe can do the equivalent; and Alderman D. V. Hennessy, the Lord Mayor, has point ed the way by starting a Patriotic Fund. To begin with, tihe City Coun cil proposed to vote £1000. A pro posal by Cr. R. Allen to make it £2000 was met by the remark from the Lord Mayvor that if necessity arose tihe mat ter could be safely left to the council. It can be safely left to the whole Com monwealth. The solidarity of the Em p...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 14 August 1914
General News. We regret to announce the death, on the 8th inst. of Audrey Olive Hart, the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Hart, of 10 Mount field street, Brunswick. The Mayor of Brunswick (Cr J. Mill wa 1) i. convening a public nieoting. to bie hleki in the loial town hall. to diiscelss the best. means of providing assistance ftr tile patriotic fund. The use of the town hall has been granted for St. John's ambulance classes. Dur ing the past week the membership. of the local rifle clubi has shown a great increase. The Morelanid State school cormmit tee is desirous of assisting the Lord Mayor's patriotic fund, and will hold a social gathering at the School Hall, De Carle street, Moreland. on August 22. P'rizes will be given for character representations. The Btrunswick and Coburg Scottish society will ihold a grand concert andt dance at the ITown all. Brunswick. on Tuesday evening next, the 1Sthi in stant. A first-rclass programme will be providedt and thle itemrns are as foll...
Patriotic Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
Patriotic Fund. At Brunswick, on the intiation of Or. J. Wainan, ex-mayor, it is pro posed-to hold a combined fancy dress carnival and sports meeting in the Brunswick Park in the near future. 'IThe whole of the sporting associations, local societies and progress bodies will be invited to co-operate. The Morelan State school committee is holding a plain and fancy dress so cial at the school hall, Dce Carlo st., on Saturday evening, 22nd inst. Cr. J. Waxman will be chairman. Among those to be present.are the Lord Mayor (Alderman D. V. Hennessy), and the Mayors and Mayoresses of Brurnswick (Or and Mrs Milward) and Coburg (Cr and Mrs Richards). As the result of a mreetirng convened by the Mayoress of Coburg ( Mrs Rich ards) a working bee has been formed among the local lady residents. Ma chines and nimaterial will be at the town hall every afternoon next week. Dona tions and goods may be sent to the municipal buildings. Two of the local municipal officers intend joining the Expeditionar...
Re Mr. Willmot's Correction. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
Re Mr. Willmot's Correction. 0---- To the Editor. Sir,-In your issue of 14th inst. nap pears a correction signed by T. C. Will mot. I cannot see where such correc tion was niceded, as the repprt in your issue of the 7th inst. only stated that Mr Fenton, the Labor candidate, was introduced. Then followed: He was to fleliver a lecture. The further reading of the report deals with some of the figures quoted. No mention at all was made in reference to it being a poli tical meeting, and readers wourld thor oughly understand that the reporter had no thought of conveying such a meaning. It was absurdly unnecessary that I should approach any official of the society as I was acquainted with all the facts and gave an- honest and straightforward report. Thanking you in anticipation,-Yours, etc., EPHRAIM MOSS. P.S.--Any complaint o me would have at once received attention. E.M.
Municipal Elections. MR. W. E. DISNY, AT EAST BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
Municipal Elections. MR. W. E. DISNY, AT EAST BRUNSWICK. Mr W. E. Disny, Progressive candi date in interests of ratepayers for the Soutlh Ward. opened his municipal campaign in Caledonian Hall, East Brunswick, on Tuesday, 18th inst. There was a Rood attendance of rate payers. Mr '.. J. Donovan presided. The Candidate received a good hear ing throughout, and during the course of his address stated that if returned would iusvohis best endeavors to push lorwa ida sclheie' for effective drain iig of East Brunswick; wras in favor of direct commuiication for W. Bruns wick, also extension- of electric light ing scheme, proposed tram line via Ly gon street owned and controlled by municipality, amalgamation with City. In reply to questions, stated that he was against a Stadium for Bruns wick; was in favor of additional con veniences along busy thoroughfares of Brunswick. A vote of confidence, supported by several ratepayers, was carried unani mously.
Brunswick Scottish Society. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
Brunswick Scottish Society. SThe Brunswick Scottish Society held - their nmonthly concert and dance on STu'estday, 18th inst.. in the local Town Hal, which was well filled, the stage beming decrated with the Vnion Jack z::.,n ....c -thr;-. "' r pipe band o~pc. 1 ed tile proceedings with a selec'gn. The Chlief. Allan Gibshmn. announced tiat hIe would alter the progeramnlne :1 little and have a couple of sinis ap propri:te to the tinmes in which he were now entering throiugh the war: - Suldiers of the King. and Sons of the t cia, hv l1r G. H-I. Cann, tihe undiuence a joining in the chorus: Miss McDonald. c i 3 Banks and 13rnes, and Conlin' Iliio ( the 1Rye. Annie Laurie, sung very nice- c iy : Miss Wynne Macoboy sang lThe v Little lBunch of Heather, (encore, t TIhere's Land, The Sleepy Song); t Mr Fred. Harry, We're a' Scottish t Here (encore. Lilac Cotton Gown, Af ton Waiter (encore Red Rosebud): duct. hby 3lisses Macoboy and McDonald, 0 r Wert Th lon in the Cauld Blast, and by - t \...
Our Boys on the March. PASS THROUGH BRUNSWICK AND COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
Our Boys on the March... PASS THROUGH BRUNSWICK AND COBURG. Last Wiednesdayv saw Sydney road, Brunswick and Coburg, looking very gay, the occasion being the march of the troops through the City from Mel bourne. Bunting was noticeable in great confusion. Union Jacks were out of nearly every place of business and the streets were thronged with sight seers, many of whnom carried flags. Bands were freely interspersed between the troops, many of whonm were in uniform- but the nmajority were in civi lian attire. Martial music was the or tder of the day, and it exerted the enthusiasmn of .the cronwdci along the route. When the troops reacheld More land State school. about 1200 of the sclholars assembled and cheered them. They continued their jonurney in very orderly fashion thlroughl Coburg. en iroute to Broadnicadows. They looked a fine body of' hardy young men and of the right stuff to give a good ac count of themselves in any future ac tion in which they nmay be engaged. As the troops p...
Orange Blossoms. MOORE—WILLIAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
Orange Blossoms. 0 MOORE--WILLIAMS. The marriage of Mir Ernest Moore, son of MIr and Mrs Moore, of Ronnie street, Coburg, and Miss Irene Wil liams, daughter of the late Mr. Eli Williams (es-Mayor of Coburg) and Mrs Williams. of Kendall street, Co burg, were celebrated at the Methodist Church, Coburg, on Wednesday, Arg ust 12th. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. E. Turner, of -Malvern. The church was tastefully decorated by the choir, of which the bride was a menmber. The bride was exqu'isitely gowned in ivory crepe de chine, with trimming of Limerick lace and pearls. The bridesmaids were the Misses I. Llewel lyn, V. Williams, and i. Roberts (sis ter and cousins of the bride). The bride was given away by her uncle, Mr T. L. Taylor. The best man was AIr LAWilliams (brother of the bride), and the groomsmen were Messrs I. Bright and A. Gunner. Miss Huntingdon and Mr R. Cox rendered pleasing vocal items in the church. A pleasing touch was added to the ceremony by the little girls of...
A Retiring Councillor. FAREWELL TO CR. JEWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
A Retiring Councillor. T - 4------I L FAREW-ELL TO CR. JEWELL. The Brunswick Council said its fare well to Cr Jewell. The MayIor in inov ing that :a letter under the seal or the Council be sent to Cr Jewel thank ing hin for his services for the last nine years. said that Cr Jewell had also been honest and genuine in his desire to serve the ratepayers. Ier sonallv he wvas extreimely sorry he was ping. as Cr Jew ell had been extremely tI useful as a councillor. Cr Fleming , seconded the motion and sa id Cr Jen o11 had alwanys done his work well. Crs Halfe, Allard, I-Hickford, Waxman, and Phillips all added their quota of com-n indiationll. and there was a ring of in crity in all the remarks. Cr Jewell wxho appeared very affected at the parting with lhis colleagues, said it was a matter of deep regret to him to leave the Council, but the pressure of his Parliamentary work was becoming too strenuilous. During the last nine years he had only missed seven Coun cil meetinigs. He took great...
North Brunswick Progress Association. STADIUM DISCUSSION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
North Brunswick Progress Association. STADIUM DISCUSSION. A protracted discussion on the Brunswick Stadiunm took place at the meeting of the North Brunswick Pro gress Association last Saturday even ing, and finall\y MIr. J. B. liuggan moved, in pursuance of motion: 'That the resolution carried at the meeting of the Association on July 13 expressing approval of the Bruns wick Council in gruanting permis sion for the erection of a stadium be rescinded. Mr E. Tragardhi seconded the mo tion and Mr C. Harding supported it, on the ground that the Council had denied the right of the ratepayers to decide the matter. The motion was agreed to after a lengthy discussion. Mir J. Hamilton moved and Mr El. lenor seconded: That the council be written to asking that prior to granting a li cense to the Palais do Danse a re ferendumn be taken, the expense to be borne by the opponents of the -dancing saloon. The motion was unanimously agreed to.
Brunswick Patriotic Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
Brunswick Patriotic Meeting. o A meeting of citizens, convened by the Mayor (Cr. J. Millward) was held in the Town Hall Brunswick, on last evening, for the purpose of raising money and material in aid of the Patriotic Fund. The Mayor (Cr. Millward) presided, and there were about 500 people present. The meeting was very enthusiastic, and resol utions were passed approving of troops being sent, and to give pecuniary assist ance, and that a committee be formed to raise funds and appointing the Mayor and the Town Clerk chairman and secretary respectively of such committee. Speeches were delivered by the Mayor, Cr. Millward, Cr. Balfe, the Rev. Mi. Albiston, Mr. Jewell, M.L.A., Mr. Clemenis, Cr. Allard and Cr. J. Waxman in support. Messrs Lamb and Bingin contributed two vocal items in fine style to the excellent piano accompani ment of Mrs. Napthini. The sum of £142 was collected in the hall, in addition to £100 given by the council and to £30 in hand, making a total of £276. NextTues da...