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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 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 Pt y. Ltd., No. 500 Sydney road, Brunswick (opposite Hooper's); telephone, Bruns wick No. 489. Represcntatives, 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 l, ppening in con nection therewith fo, publication, and they will be inserted. We also re spectfully invite pcrsons to forward us for publication particulars of any com 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.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

"LUBRO" Motor Gear Grease. A Perfect Lubrication. Will Not Clog. Axle Grease and Patent Oils. The Lubricating Co. of Australasia Pty. Ltd. GAFFNEY ROAD, COBURG. "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,. W.e 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. TheŽmost up to-date show of-ladies' Bags in Melbourne. ROBERT S. DON, Proprietor. Phone, CFNTRAL 1065. Bryant and Wakeling, Coachbuilders, 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, SOMMERSE...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Brunswick Football Club. PICNIC TO SOUTH MORANG. PROMINENT CITIZENS JOIN IN THE TRIP. OTHER OUTINGS HOPED FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

Brunswick Football Club. PICNIC TO SOUTH MORANG. PROMINENT CITIZENS JOIN IN THE TRIP. OTHER OUTINGS HOPED FOR. An enjoyable outing took place on Sunday last in connection with the above club. The players, finding that the proposed trip to Gippsland would have to be cancelled owing to the re cent war developments, invited the committee and the trainers to a picnic to South Morainy. A party of fifty left the Town Hall at nine o'clock in rather dull weather. The party includ ed ex-Cr. Jewell, M.L.A., one of the vice-presidents, but our president (Mr. F. Anstey, M.H.R.) was unable to be present. All the players were present except. L. Braid, 1). Gillespie, L. Top ham (on duty at Queensciin,, and C. Clowe (who has joined the Expedition ary Force). On the way out, proceedings were enlivened by innumerable choruses, in which the exuberance of the spirits of the performers quite atoned for the lamentable_failu,"es at harmony. South M1rorng was reached at half-past 12, and as there was half ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BASEBALL. B GRADE SEMI-FINALS. Hawthorn, 17; Brunswick, 3. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

BASEBALL. B GRADE SEMI-FINALS. HIr.wthorn, 17; Brunswick, 3. In the second grade, Hawthorn made their game against Brunswick safe in the first, innings. Ten out of eleven batsmen scored outfield hits, though had the sun not hampered the kit fieldsmen the innings would have ter minated earlier. Martin was at his .top in pitching for Hawthorn, only three opponents scoring safe hits off his last curves. Francis was a compe tent catcher, assisting to complete anl excellent battery. Reid only made ene error in numerous plays at first base, but :Filsell and Inglis deserve credit for keen activity in the field. Jamieson and Watson batted best for Mawthoern. who scored 17 runs to Brunswick's 3. Williams easily shone as best player for Brunswick. his hatting and field work standing far ahead of his club match. Bridges, after the first in nings, was successful as a pitcher, 1 e also sharing battinmg honors with Wil liams and Landel,. McShane was eb sent from Brin wick ranks, having joined the...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRAND FINAL TO-MORROW. Glenbyles v. Kia-oras. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

GRAND FINAL TO-\OnRROW. Glenbyles v. Kia-oras. The grand final will take place to morrow at old Brunswic Park, where some good football is expected, when Glengyles and Kia-oras will invade nea tral territory.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football. ASSOCIATION FINAL. NORTH MELBOURNE PREMIERS. BEAT FOOTSCRAY EASILY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

ASSOCIATION FINAL. NORTH MELBOURNE PREMIERS. BEAT FOOTSCRAY EASILY. The above match took place on Sa turday. North Melbourne, having won the minor premiership, demon strated that the first round figures were a true criterion of their merit. They had the right to challenge their opposition, Foot.scray, for another game, had Saturday's game gone ag ainst them, but a second game was not necessary. The match was played on the East Melbourne cricket ground, in the presence of about. 12,000 specta tors, and with a gate of £376. It was not out of the way in regard to Association final attendances, but in the circumstances it was satisfactory. With a light north wind blowing, a ground which was hard. and a warm day, everything was favorable to a fast game. It was a fast game, but though fine play was shown at times, it was not quite up to the best Asso ciation standard. Yet the frequent roars of applause showed that the spec titeors were keenly interested. As to the Footseray men were the t...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUITE SAFE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

QUITE SAFE. "Now," said the corporal of tbh guard. after readingz he orders to th sentry, a recruit-' n2w, mind you let no one go by without challeng inc them " "That's all right, corporal." said the recruit, cheerfully. "'The slight est noise wakes me up." Named Lion, the new British attle-cruiser has cost £2,057,708.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUBURBAN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. KIA-ORAS (6.4) V. EDINBURGH STARS (4.4). [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

SUBURBAN FOOTBALL ASSOCIA 'ION. KIA-ORAS (6.4) V. EDIN'BURGH STARS (4.4). The final match took place between Kia-oras and Edinburgh Stars at old Brunswick ('ark on Saturday last. The scores were: Kia-oras, 6.4; E.dinbugns, 4.4. The Kia-oras went on with great dash, but the opposing team piaying splendidly together had Kia-oras on the defensive, and got a 4-point ad vantage at quarter-time. Changing their tactics and handballing -to the ex-ra rover, Kia-oras had the ball more oxten in a scoring position and found themselves seven points to the good at half-time. The Edinburgh Stars kick ing with the wind in the third quarter made a big attempt to catch up, but at the closeof the third term the Kin oras were leading by one point. After the interval the. Edinburghs seemed to get dog-tired and the 'green and golds' then drew away and won comfortably by 20 points. The most prominent players for the Kia-oras were O'Sullivan, McKenzie, O'Brien, Skinner; goal kickers. M1c Clutchie (3), O'Su...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FAWKNER AND LOCH PARK V. COBURG. A WIN FOR COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

FAWKNER AND LOCH PARK V. COBURG. A WIN FOR COBURG. Fawkner-Loch Park met Coburg on the Coburg ground last Saturday, and aiLnougl CLoburg only won by 7 points they could have done better. 'I'he game was very one-sided. A couple of Loch Park and Fawkner players did well. Coburg have their eyes on a couple of Fawkner's players. Another report states: A friendly match was played be tween Coburg and Fawkner and Loch Park (combined) on the Coburg ground on Saturday last, in aid of the Patrio tic Fund. The sum of £2 2s was real ised. It was a well-contested game and some of the juniors showed promising form. The scores were: First quarter: Coburg, 0.3; Combined teams, 0.2 Second quarter: Coburg, 2.7; Combined teams, 1.3. 'hird quarter: Coburg, 5.10; Combined teams, 3.4. FINAL: Coburg, 5.12; Combined teams, 5.5. Coburg played with only eight of their regular men, the rest being made tp of Juniors. Coburg Municipal Band rendered se lections during the afternoon.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COBURG V. CLIFTON HILL, ON SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

COBURG V. CLIFTON HILL, ON SATURDAY. A great match is expected on Satur day between Coburg and Clifton Hill, on the Coburg ground. It will be the last game on the Coburg ground this season. As both teams are running first and second a big crowd is expec zed. Admission, silver coin; boys, Id.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Melbourne District Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

Melbourne District Football Association. Brunswick Juniors, S goals 18 be hinds (66 points), beat Balmain, 3 gls. 9 behinds (27 points). Premiership List. W. L. Sc. Clifton Hill Methodists .. 15 2 60 Richmond District ... 14 3 56 Coburg District . . .. 13 4 52 Melbourne District .... 11 6 44 Balmain .. ........ 9 8 36 Brunswick Juniors .... 8 10 32 Oakleigh District .. .. 6 12 24 Hawthorn District .. 5 12 29 Northern District .... 4 13 16 Everleigh .... ..... 0 17 0

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Life" for September. DR. FITCHETT ON THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

"Life" for September. DR. FITCHET? ON THE WAR. No one knows the battlegrounds of Europe better than Dr. Fitchett, the author of How England Saved Eur ope, etc., and his summary in 'Litea' for September of the events of the present calamitous outbreak among the nations is deeply interesting and in structive. Taking the Austrian attack ~ipon Servia. as the starting point, he em phasises the folly of the aged Austrian Emperor in forcing Austrias quarrel with Servia and kindling among the great nations so gigantic a contlagra tion. 'But behind the personal causes of the war stand the two dim vast siapes of a Pan-Slav League and a Pan-German League,' writes Dr. Fit chett. 'This is the real cause of the conflict, the inexpiable feud betwixt Slav and Teuton.' Maps and diagrams add to the interest of this summary, and a powerful cartoon by Nuttall lends force to it. 'Life' is -devoting a portion of its space to a diary of the war, and announces this as the first of a number of war issues.: ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AT COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

AT COBURG. Great acttivity was dispayed all day in and around Coburg, showing the interest people were taking in the con test. Numerous placarded vehicles of all descriptions were in force, knots of people congregating outside the booths and discussing the views of the various candidates. In the evening a crowd collected at the Public Hall to hear the poll de clared. COBURG (Town) THREE SEATS. A. G. Campbell (retiring) ..; 855 A. T. Davis (retiring) ... ... 836 J. J. Anderson (retiring) ... 727 T. Reynolds (Labor) ... ... 570 J. Murphy (Labor) ... ... 482

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS FROM ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

NEWS FROM ABROAD. I.eave to presume the death of Mr. I'hoas P Franklin, who went do .n in the Titanic, leaving an estate ,vo: th ualot £1,000, has been iranted in the IProlate Division. This was the ,irst case of the kind arising out of th:' di(aster. His Imother, nho was the sole bene lciary, was the api-licant. and in her atli,ii'it she set out a letter she re ceived fronc her son, in which he said: I had a chat this rn~ n.0-1- v:ith Mir. Bruce Ismay. .ho pl'ractikally ov,-ns the \\hite Star Line. Hle is '5t point the maiden trip to see hoa she runs. Up to now she goes ý.s h ntidlv.'" I', .nsel stated that there was al-o an ai davlit by lr. Briuce Ismay, who did not corrobhrate the conversation aileged to have taken place. but said on the night of ir:n;a. A: pril 14. the Titanic colid," ' ith an iceb.ri.e lie was inh ',rme, 1:n .1 le,. (pled that l. r:nklin -! tn o a ii c ? la rs pa':, saie to New York ha. the Titan:c, , his name did l t o ipe for rin thi list orf survivors. t1' h...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Old War Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

The Old War Horses. --0--- --- Here we. come !-the Coburg boys .Ah las victorious. ..Never lose a match do w e 'When wie play B lroonii and Perc. ( T. Connolc (the boy fro\ i Mil Mlh uk'1 knowin to mniss thie nat. Then there's eV'etty-pc or old \t poo c Gilibert G. aPd ' D_ it liit - Tlheri : i-tv wmor' a ' 1 ci +ý I1.: ýe ;I: i; ;i - l\ i t'li Preuniors 19Yl1. D. M.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Alleged Drainage Requirements in New Brick Buildings. ENGINEER TO LOOK INTO THE MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

Alleged Drainage Require ments in New Brick Buildings ENGINEER TO LOOK INT~U THE MATTI'ER. Cr Anderson at the last Coburg Council stated a brick budding wva., being crected ciosc to Mortoin's and in the wall Wa a rIc C's. and no ic,,, was left for drainatge which mii:st tiltr under the w all. MArx Merton hid a i.k-l ed if it was permis.sal . ,i 1 li pru - ed the building had eun pluis"-. Tie matter was debated by all the coun(.cillors and finally ,e tO'g ntr wi:1 'atked to l,,ok into the matter.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

THE HARRIERS. Coburg Harriers hold their 7-mile sealed handicap at Coburg on August 29th, starting at 3.30 p.m. The course is over cross eb ntry in the direction of eawkner and Campbellfield. A good muster is expected.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Coburg Pictures EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY LA[?]E HALL, SYDNEY ROAD, COBURG, 8 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

Coburg Pictures ,I A r {Ii .' ) _\1.. L{UAJJ, tIULu tit, ti' M\I. Pa.cx Coicits hay o1j dii t t; _d mali- n liordt l ciiir"+'S . J iji'ioc.. L-Z111 M nd .._:. it; COO. 1 10' LI 'i:1i WI LII two '-_iiirU a .r ui I .31 ,ii '.., -: i , lcdc it 0 Cri v~i I.- Iil: lt, So -llls tirls (I i Et'1i- I-aýt'l it'" L' 1 and ?,lu;iirt i ti C '' dAl~ Iimar cVi) oryi~· t l'I1 ~t tli t`, :t :'l.ult 1:. 'i.., l. "II tUZ'. 3 ';! l tit t!!i r 1ci'l l ial· c£Lvan b 1 '~al t.4l?. Itigttl IlicsllirCs C tW.o C'i.ii 111'x.~, l'ai'd bt· s illl 1I i.. adi1 10 ticll s ~111 :1,; t1 10 b' auci U.) t yieve lit;ti l.'1' Coaj l'. ;iut1 iloal every iioitl 1 : ail1 ; lrl :; ., itct tn1 iI1LtS-C1Cd ý t 1.0st' .- 'Ic rlii iauguiter; Ii + .I IU it'-+ o.. dfla it you do Li'-t 'il . ti 1 .. v1' IiJC, you Will !tC L::' iC to st 'c' il ullt's 111111 lLlS 0f -ale t:it,: t ilsti i o- il [ ttti o ccilpnts that li~ii cC-Lt 11l(l1'lt~i Ill tilt world,; viz., L iiiI t.oai * 'i'lýla'Cl1'e y"irIi",.ouý N1mermenn driver; tu! ii`tu':...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
West Brunswick State School INSPECTOR CROSS TO VISIT SCHOOL ON SATURDAY, 29TH. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

West Brunswick State School 1Nsi'c:1O)UL UN ll%) -A H i')I li-. (r Hlacket t at tl la-t I:r' ag u C'4Jbtrg Coun nil .st ac i ;t loa'( ad been receivced giull: -Mr C'U tht IIi sp.ctor ciioss was 1' 1.11 Ii V It it 1 the school. an fli 'Ica ai Illaln 1t3 possibie 1 I' dia . d lr iic~tiiburn. \1 C a.L. A., '\)ilti be there on Saturd'a ait 10 InlSt.. and the people ill 'II)'i C' ' 10 give themiia ot goed cccjptio It Was agreed that a liialiy a> pos sible should atten d.

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Brunswick Municipal Election. AT BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 28 August 1914

Brunswick Municipal Election. AT BRUNS?WICK. Brunsw\ick presented a very busy ap pearance yesterday, motor cars and all sorts of vehicles dashing madly about the city with streamers on calling the ratepayers' attention to vote for some particular candidlate. Candidates were busy all day leading voters to booths, each of which were thronged. Animation was everywhere till the time for voting closed. At night a large crowd assembled at the Town Hall to hear the result of the poll. BRUNSWICK (City) NORTH WARD David Phillips (retiring) ... 945 W. J. Moulton .... ... ... 603 Majority ... ... ... ... 342 SOUTH WARD J. W. Fleming (retiring) ... 485 W. Disney ... .. 374 C. E. Ogden . .., .. 349 Majority... ... ... . 111 MIDDLE WARD A. G. Wales .. .,. 518 A. C. Cheers (Labor) ... .... 324 198

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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