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East Brunswick Recreation Reserve. CR. JEWELL'S PLAN APPROVED UNANIMOUSLY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
East Brunswick Recreation Reserve. CR. JEWELL'S PLAN APPROVED UNANIMOUSLY. Cr Jewell, as his final act as a coun cillor, produced a plian of the recrea tion .reserve in Fleming Park. The plan, which was carefully prepared, macde provision for a bowling green 136 feet by 136 feet, a croquet lawn 90 feet by 115 feet., and three tennis courts each 50 feet by 110 feet. fie moved that the Council express ap proval of the plan. He said i.hat was required was thnat the land-1toiild .be set aside as the suppor t eife'E-, the scheme were to find -tile money. Cri Hickford seconded the motion, which was carried unanimously. The plan also provides for a football and cricket ground 390 feet by 525 feet.
Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
Rifle Match. Coburg A.N.A.met and defeated a stroing team from the Brunswick Branch on Wed nesday, by 3 points. Special interest was aroused in this match, owing to the war acting as a stimulant, and that is is three years since Coburg gained a victory over Brunswick. The win is very gratifying to the members of the branch, as Brunswick have won the shield on the last two occas ions of the competition. The result is'as follows: Coburg: J. O'Heare 25 (possible),-W. Duckett 24. H. Nicholls 24 (Captain). Brunswick: G. Moran 25 (possible), W. Murdock 24 (Captain), G. Duncan 23, Dusting 23.
Coburg Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
Coburg Pictures Are screened every Wednesday and Saturday, Lake Hall, Sydney Road Coburg, at S p.m. sharp. The programmes are always of a high standard and give general satisfaction. Saturday, August 22nd. "Jim the Fireman" is the special- star picture selected, it is a 2000 ft. drama by Baker. Jim is a splendid typeof manhood, and performs nrinydeeds tf bravery that are sure to secure fbi'.hiii--the approval, of the audience. Wednesday, August s6th. "His Hour of Triumph," a 2000 ft. special drama by the Imperial Company, which is highly spoken of in Sydney, will be the star. Come and see the "Chicken Chasers," absolutely the limit in Keystone Comics. Special subjects of interest at the present time will be included in program.
SOLDIER IN TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
SOLDIER INt 1TROBL BE. G. A. Gross. a citizen soldier, plead. ed guilty to having used abusive lan. guage at Camphellfield on the 15th inst. It. appeared from the evidence of Mountedl Const. Illsuxll that defendantt was molesting himself and was spoken to. asked to desist. but instead said he was a soldier and defied him to lock him up. Hle was arrested. Defendant said he was under the in fluence of drink and did not remember using the language.. The constable said defendant was not drunk and people were about. and could hear the language. The Chairman said that owing to (de-l fendant being a member of the citizen forces and the presenti state of affairs the Bench would deal leniently with him. lie was fined 20s and paid it. AT) LIER ATI'ED MILK. Win. A. Hyde was charged under the Pure Foods (Act w ith selling adul terated milk on the lthI June utilt., at Cobunrg. Evidence was given by Inspector Budd nud Inspector Arnold and Albert H. Koch (analytical chemist). which showed that the...
The Palais de Danse. MORE OPPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
The Palais de Danse. MORE OPPOSITION-. The lion. secretary of the North Brunswick Progress Association wrote to the IBrunswick Council on Monday night stating that he had been in structed to request that, prior to the granting of a license to the palais de danso now in course of erection in Syd ney road. a r4eferendum of the ratepay ers be taken on 27th inst., and that the expense incurred be paid by the opponents of the scheme. The Mayor (Cr. Mlillward): We can't do anything now. Cr. 3Balfe moved and Cr Fleming le conded: That the letter be received. Cr Waxmnan: I am not voting on the matter. The motion was carried.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
L A G I S For the famous AUGUST FOSTER PIANOS. ESTABLISHED 1885. Terms Arranged Organs, Violins, and other Musical Instruments, Phonographs, Records, Music, Etc. Etc. 400 Sydney Road, BRUNSWICK. 4·Q56 SYDNEY~'- ROAD _ GS Brunswick's Leading Jeweler, Watchmaker and Optician. NAW Y ·FREE Jewellery, Watches, Clocks, Electroplate, Brushes, Mitrors, Hand Bags, Etc.,.Etc., to Every Cash Customer. You can chose your own Free Gift, as any article will be given freely and without any fuss. We also de Cash or Terms if it will Suit you. Why not Cal To.day? BEATTIE and CO. The Leading Tailors. Cive. them a Trial for Suits or Ladies' Costumes. Our Motto," CIVILITY." A BOON IN PIANOS. ORGA NS. Phonographs. Music. MARKS BROS, 334-3363 SYDNEY ROAD. (Neir Methodist Church) And at 870 S,,dney Road. Agent for Sutons. A BOON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. MARKS BROS. 334-336 SYDNEY RCOAD, (near Methodist Churclh) And at 870 Sydney Road. Agents for Suttons. ELLES & HOGG MEE MAKERS. Facto...
Brunswick Police Court. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. AN OBJECTIONABLE COW YARD. FINE IMPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
Brunswick Police Court. FRIDAY. AUGUST 14. AN OBJECTIONABLE COW YARD. 1FINE IM11POSED. JEric Cannon of Burneill street. was charged before Messrs. Dowsley, W1ools and lord. J's.P., at me Brunswick Court on riday las t iitt having fail ed to keep lil premises in a state ot cleauliness or in 1 mianner conducive to ihealth. Inspector Robert Ambrose Harrow et., of t lt local cotuncil staff. said he visited thi prenises of defeidant oil 23rd July last. They consisted of four sheds. erected on a block of land one of which was used as a dwelling. The yard was one mass of filth and man ure. which varied in depth from two to twelve iinches. There was a nuumber of cos there. Hie ihad spoken to de fentlant several times during the past twelve mlionths. and he had pronmsed to in to lahrger prenises so that the num-isance could be abated. The window of an adjoining house had to be kept closet! perlnianetfttly owing- to the smell emanatintrg froi the yard. In giving corroborative evidence Constab...
A Sad Accident. MAN KILLED AT MORELAND STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
A Sad Accident. M1AN KILLED AT MORELAND STATION. At the 3.45 a.m. down train from Coburg wvas leaving Moreland station last Mloiniday the statioan master, who was in his office, head a loud scream. He rushed out., and saw a woman who was on thle platform pointing down to the line, and crying that a man had tallen underneath the carriages. The train was pulled up. and upon the ofli ci:ils making an investigation they found a man with his head badly crush ed unider the wheels, about four car riages from the engine. Blood was streaning from wounds on the body and head. He was carried to the plat fornm, where it was ascertained that life was extinet. The bodtly was taken to the Morgue, where it awaits iden tification. Deceased was about 50 years of age, and 3 feet 9 inches tall. He had thin features and brown hair and moustache. Lie was dressed in a grey overcoat. and grey suilt. The lbxly has been identified as that of Thomas Nelson. 6i3, carpenter, who lived at. Derby street. Cohurg. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
"'LUBRO" Motor Gear Grease. A Perfect Lubrication. WIH Not Clog. Axle Grease and Patent Oils. The Lubricating Co. of Australasia Pty. Ltd. CAFFNEY ROAD, COBURO. "DON" Travellers' Requisite Stores, 332'Flinders Street, Melbourne. (COMMERCE. HOUSE) next to Commercial Travellers Association. M ANUFACTURER and IMPORTER o Gladstone, Kit and Brief Bags et Attache, Suit and Dressing Cases etc., and every description of Travelling Requisite. We have just opened up our new and up to-date New Season's Ladies' Bags and Art Leather Goods. Call and see our stock before buying elsewhere. The most up to-date show of Ladies' Bags inMelbourne. ROBERT S. DON, Proprietor. Phone, CFNTRAL 1065. Bryant and Wakeling, Coohbuilders, Wheelwrights ..and General Blacksmiths.. Shoeing done on the Most Approved Principle. Builders and Engineers' Ironwork a Specialty. DAWSON STREET, BRUNSWICK. (Next Railway Gates.) Phone: 712 Brunswick. IF you are in need of MILK of the BEST QUALITY, try E. J. PARKER, SOMMERSET D...
Benefit Theatre Night. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
Benefit Theatre Night. The grand theatre night organised by Mr. J. Faull and his committee, in aid of the Melbourne Hospital, took place at the Empire Theatre on Wednesday evening, August 12th. The management of the 1 theatre, long before eight o'clock, found it. necessary to post the placard "House Full." .t The following programme in addition to I the Empire usual first class programme was shown, and judging by the applause which was bestowed on the different per formers, was duly appreciated by the vast audience. Mr. Fred Guerkins greatly pleased by his rendition of the song "When I listen to the chanting of the old Church Choir." Song and dance, "I'd love to live in Dreamland with a girl like you," by Miss Elsie Campbell, met with applause. Miss Laura Wilcorcgreatly pleased in her I rendition of the song "A Whispered'Vow." Scotch song and dance by Master P. Del aney was a pleasing item. Miss Myrtle T'epper was very successful in her two items, the first a song and toe dance "Hel...
BRUNSWICK MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. NORTH WARD Cr. David Phillips at the Masonic Hall [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
BRUNSWICK MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. NORTH WARD Cr. David Phillips at the Masonic Hall Councillor David Phillips,. the retir in sqmember for the North Ward of this city, opened his campnaign at the Masonic SHall. Sydney-road North. Tuesdty- evcen ing, at S p.m1. Mr. Arthur Alluin was voted to the chair. and in introducing, the candidate said hie was pleased to have the plea sure of presiding at this meeting. lie cause hie had known Cr. Phillips for so many years, and rememnbered well the time when hie was first elected 27 rears ago. and was then at his first mieeting; he was glad to say, in the whole of that time, tlihe ratepayvers placed such con fidence in hlinI that hle had only had to contest one election, andl at that time heard Cr. Phillips address mnore than 2000 people at one miieeting. which is a very creditable record. He felt sure in Cr. Phillips in now givinig anii account of his stewardship would do credit to hiii self, and lie would ask that hie be given a fair and attentive...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
General News. -..--- ----- John McGibbon and Alexander Stew 'irt 31ce(~in . trading as _McGibbon Bros.. of Caminpbllield, h grocers and i oflhinongei. i have assittned their es tate to Cylde Bickllnell Norton. of 490 Little Collins s '., Melbourne. in trust for thie binetit of creditors who should scnd th ir droois of debt. to Mr Nor can. The Sot It llBrunswick State school. `o. '' i3, I ill hold a grand social in ::ii' Quarry Hall. Wicatoit street. East 1 Bruiinici it otn Wiedntesdav. cithl Aug ust. at 8 p.it. toI 1: ip.m1.. in aid of the school funds-. refresIuinents provid ed. gloves: ti Iets. Is. can be obtain ed( front any of thie coniittee. The af lair I omIisis to be a great success and is in the capatblie Iands of the contl nittee and Mr F. J. Bird. correspond Application is being made for pro hate of thle n-ill of John Ilodgen Lid loll, late of 206 Iell street,. Conburg, faotitter. d+e.*ci . by Edward Liddell, ot the samte addiress assistant stationi iilms:ter, the (tlCi it...
Brunswick and Coburg Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
Brunswick and Coburg Horticultural Society. * The monthly meeting of the above society was held in the Lyceum Hall o I Tue(sdav. August 11.. There was a large number of members present. Mr W. E. Payne presided. The subject of the evening was The Propagation of Flowers, by Mr L. Reeves, curator, Fitzray Gardens. Mr Reeves dealt with his subject very ably, and made tlhe propagation of flowers very sim ple. At the close Mr Reeves was ac corded a hearty vote of thanks, on the motion of Messrs. Woodhanm and Buza glo. Mr F. Jones won the prize for Pot Plant in Bloom. Mr Stancliffe gained points for Cut Flowers in the competition for the tro plhy presented by Mr W. E. Payne. GARDEN COMPETITION. Ratepayers please note that entries close on August 31 for garden competi tion for the Mayor's trophy.
OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 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 Pty. Ltd., No. 500 Sydney road, Brunswick (opposite IIooper's); telephone, Bruns wick No. 489. 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 bsppening in con nection therewith for publication, and they will be inserted. We also re spectfully invite pcrsons to forward us for publication particulars of any coin mercial, historical, social or personal items, or rielating 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 Rifle Club SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
Brunswick Rifle Club SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION. A very enjoyable and successful. so cial evening was held at the Brunswick Town Hall, on- Wednesday evening last by the Brunswick Rifle Club. Dancing was indulged in and a few vo- y cal items rendered. About 130 peo ple were present and excellent musioc was provided by Meeking's Band. Cr Joseph Waxinan, vice-presideit of the club, presented the prizes won - by the-members and was exceeding ly humorous in his remarks to each recipient, which evoked much mirth. He stated that he felt proud in hav ing the honor of being asked to make the presentation of the trophies before him, and regretted that Ur Fleming, the Club's President, could not be there to do honor to the club, the donors and recipients, but he was un avoidably otherwise engaged. They were all naturally concerned about the war and we as Britishers must feel ne cessarily proud of being associated with A the mother country and feel doubly e proud that England was doing justicev to...
We Will See The Business Through. THE RESPONSE OF THE CUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
We Will See The Business Through. -'I THE RESPONSE OF THE CUBS. We received your letter, Mother, that soime nations had declared You would find yourself in trouble if you from your slumbers stirred. So we haste to tell you, Mother, that your scions, brave and true As your scions in this matter we will see the business through. Dear old Mother British Lion, strain and stress need not alarm: We, your cubs, are coming quickly to protect you from all harm. How the bright-red blood lies pulsate as we hasten to your aid Caring not if our devotion with the last, last drop, is paid! Tell the nations that are hostile to the land that gave us birth, We are loyal to the backbone and more true than gold our worth. tid .them pause ore they molest you that old Britain never blubs For who fights the British Lion also reckons with the Cubs. Motherland, we are not cravens bred in abject fear and sloth; Ships or men will be fortheoming, or, what's better-take them 'othl See the nations look astounded...
The Treaty between Great Britain and Japan. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
rutneviwic1 anut Coburg JCeatcr. PUBLISHED ON FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1914 The Treaty between Great Britain and Japan. 'The Round Table' for June gives an interesting' aconllllt of the. treaty bo tween Great Britain and Japan. The first alliance was concluded for five years on January 30th, 1002. Its main objects were 'to maintain the status quo and general peace' in the 'extremeo East' to preserve 'the independlence and territorial integrity' of China and Korea and 'to secure equal opportuni. ties in those countries for the conl merce and industry of all nations.' The alliance having fully justified itself by the end of the Russo-Japanese war, no gotiations for its removal and exten sion were concluded just as the war was rawn inut to a close. The Second 'reaty was signed on August. 12th, 100. and ilitiered somewhat from the oite signed in 1902. Instead of confin iat the special interests covered byu its provisions to 'the extreme East.' it. was n'made to relate to 'the ...
SHIPWRECKED MAZDA LAMPS AND THE SEQUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
SHIPWRECKED MAZDA LAMPS I AND THE SEQUEL. The "Electrical Times," reported, when the "Oceana" foundered some time back, that a number of cases of Mazda lamps, consigned to Bombay Town Hall, went to the bottom. The reportconcluded by saying that, "dredging operations are proceeding, and we have not the slightest doubt, that in the eventof one of the boxes coming up, its contents would be found in tact." The sequel to thIs (vide the "Elec trical Times" six months later) is in teresting: In a paragraph headed, "A prophecy justified," they state that of 100 Mazda lamps recovered, only 4 per dent. were in any way damaged-the remaining 95 per cent. being in perfect condition. This is yet another proof that Mazdas-are mechanically strong, and will withstand rough usage.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 21 August 1914
Professional Column. MISS M. S. PARKiHURST, D.M.S.V. A.L.C.M. iRegistered Highest Grade) Teacher of Siniging, 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. PARKV1LLE. Terms Moderate. Mr. W. Graham Weir EXPERT PROFESSOR of VOICE CUL TURE, AND Miss vr ka t DISTINGUISHED YOUNG VIOLINISTE, Recei\ve pupils at 400 SYDNEY ROAD. SINGING, Elocution, Piano. \Violin (Man by System), Theory, Circulars, Tes timonials, par culars at address from Mr. Laught. PLA 1 DESIGNED & DRAWN for 91 1. -ALSO- SPECIFICATIONS and QUANTITIES - TC.--- ARTHUR BRENTNALL, 383 Barkly St., E. Brunswick. AND SYDNEY ROAD TRAM TERMINUS. BRUNSWICK COLLEGE SYDNEY ROAD. Principal: ROBERT McKAY, M.A. School of History and Political Economy, Melb. University. Mathematical Master: J. J. DOHERTY Secondary Teacher, Melb. Univ. Junior Tea...