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Brick and Pottery Workers. THE ANNUAL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
Brick and Pottery Workers. THE ANNUAL PICNIC. ]The first :iuntual picnic of the Ainel gamated Brick and Pottery Workers took place on Saturday to Mordialloc, and proved a most unqualified success. h special train left Brunswick a few niinultes after nlille o'clock, having aioardl over live hundred of the Asso 'ciation : nd their wives and friends. )n arrival at lordiahlloc a plealsant hour wls pas,-ed in wanderilig around lhis popul r seaside resort, after which dinner was pirovided at theo 3ordialloc iHotel, to iwhichl thirty sat down. Mr. . 1,. Serson presided, anid there welre also present Mr.. :Anstey, 3.P.,.r and 1sihsrs. IPer1y and Fred. Conwell. Aftoi, the toast of The King, propos ied .i tlie ca-nilmanl the toast of IThe Day we' Ce(hliirate wa s proposedl by Mir J. Sineair 11nd reslponded to by Mr. i'ere C'ornwell, who expressed the hope that this picnic would he tlihe fori.1-r11111e1" Of mlalty ifture ones. Mr. ii. Conl.'ell also res'. nded, a ndc >1r. Frank A\nstv?'. 3[...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
J ELECTRICAL - LO'VER 456 SYDNEY ROAD, BRUNSWICK, FRANK tHARTLEYi SCONTRACTOR H LV j Brunswick's Leading Jeweller, Watchmaker and Optician. CA SH OR TERMS. Wear the article while you are paying for it at 1/- per week. YOur Tailor, Hatter, and Mercer. See his Display. MQ.' 10 TO fa?, I l8? , RU ? N§SWICK. Estimates for House Wiring--Free. i F r S , ur Hls Ae , ad r Nx ý Fowu Hall BUM I C K Large Stock of Fittings, Shades, &c. EYESIGHT Tested FREE of Charge. SPECTACLES to Order, 5/-Complete. All Kinds of Repairs at Shortest Notice. Mention this Paper and you The Only Address-333-335 Sydney Road, Brunswick You Must Know Him. ?l-?? ~ ?.?.-• nl=lmnmlJ? mau n I7w EYnESIGHTo Tested u FREuE of Chanrge. SPECTACLESri| to, nru en Complente.up~ulm n • am m l~ Ut remu i m? i lunuimm ui ammmnumm | num u aam-m ti A\ BOON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Miusic. MfNAKS NBOS, 334-336I SYDNEY IROAD, (Near MIethiodist Church) And at 870 Sydniey Road. Agent for Suttons. Tobacconists and Hairdres...
COBURG RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
CU(IIUICG iIlF'L, CLUB. ()n :Satnrday last i teamn from K tly on visited Cobrng and lived a matc ci ainst the local elub. Cohnrg e(ane ouit winnllctrs with a fair miarginl in hand. The w'0inin~ (lh were hbt servd by (;aingera .18: Bih. 47: , .an, 'ord. Webh.ter, C(onleton. Phil tips. t. McKIighi 12. linhrick i1. •.1. (oo,?h. w(~l, tolp s(,l w,,is 10 K~vini (',)ur tfihd its sixth nagreoate in Satirdayv. The roudit ions comprised 10 shor~ nt i00 'iyard.. P. I. Booth enome out hih!est scores fo|r the day in \ sletio , whilst in . nh4 1 i0g, r t ill ed the sa?ma posithlon* in I oectilo. Principall scores were:- A Section. S'. lip TI. I'. I . BImo tl .. .. .. .. -17 :a 1. Il. Conleton -It 1 50 H. G. San .-(i 1 -I G. M1 . Foi'd .. .. .. .. 4( 1 -17 1. A . Phillips ...i I -17 D. A. . ?hAskill- . . . .. .l' 2 17 HI. Nicholls... ........ . .-13 17 H Sectioln. '. iraln'er .........1.8 - E (. S.tler . ..... I li ;. 11. To. ......... 12 8I T. Gl'oig ............ -t 3 -17 "I hitven't seen Henuni...
Rifle Shooting. BRUNSWICK RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
Rifle Shooting. - IBRUNSWICK IFLE .GLUB.: 1The 16th club shoot took place ant fort Melbotirne range on :Satoi'day, FIcbruar 28. The o :conditions wL're 14 shots at" 500 :k'ds., anidc ?rultcetfd as fol lows: ". :. ':. Sc. Tipn TI. G.. Mourn .- . . .. ... 69 - " 0 J. LehnV-. ? ..68 70 A Rico . :- 61 6 70 J. Lyle . .. ..6 70 A. Johnston- . . . i : 70 TI Hviwht ... .. 9 16 0O P. Anderson, .. .' -61 5 69 E. Clemnt .... . , 10 (i69 .\. S-nons .. .- (69 A. Slater .. . 61 8 9 \V. Smith .. 4. ..- . - 6 8 .. 1,'snotf .1 ... .. -. -" t US L l)u~ttitc ' .!?:.?&lt; i63- 4 67 L. Dusting .. .. .. ..2;" 63 -1 67 J. Youug ..(.. -.-. 4.. L 3 (G . 1 ice . . ", ." .-::.,i . "' 62 1 7 T. I-.rper o.. .. . 5 9 I(; .1. Nettleton .." ..-.. 57 4. l \V. 'I'ueker ... . . -.. 5. il 1 W . P:ilmer . . ... -.. ., 56 3 61 A. ?a.ntu,, .. .. .. I5 . A match w'as also fired againg.t the Mahlsh1urv nl St. Kild Rifle C lubs. with the following r.sult .:-St. Kilda, (;5t points: B ,unstwick. 652 tlints 31hmnshury....
Brunswick Council. Recommendations. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
Brunswick Council. Recommendations. That the following applications for the registration of the undermention ed premises as factories be received and recommended to the Chief Inspec tor of Factories for approval:-No. 16355: E. O'Rourke, 30 Glenlyon rd., Brunswick; clothing. No. 16441: W. J. Parker and Son, 818 Sydney reoad, Brunswick; pastry cooking:. No. 16472: Fordham's Sports Depot. 293 Sydney road, Brunswick: leather goods and sporting materials. That the relport of the Lady Health Inspector he rieeciveti and adopted. Thati the lhialth Inspector's report he received and his actions in various lilatters he endlorsed. ELECTRIC ICIGIlT COMMITTEE. Yoii committee would report that it had gone rawfully into the tendcrs fior electric supplies. and having been Liven power by the Council, naeeptedl the follow?ing tndtlers: Supply of 2 miles of 37 12 hbae copper cabnhle: Uhi tishl Insulated antl IHelshy Cables Ltd., at 11 ,d. per lb.. .611 6s 101. Five mitics of 711 hare roppier cable: Br...
Dr. A. R. Wallace. DEATH OF A FAMOUS SCIENTIST. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
Dr. A. R. Wallace. IEATIH OF A FAMOUS SCIENTIST - Dr. Alfred Russell Wallace, the associate of Darwin, Spencer, and Iluxiey as a pioneer of the theory ,f evolution. died at his home, Old .trchart, Broadstone, Wimborne, Dorsetshire, in his 92nd year. Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace was the s,.n of a L.ondon lawyer. HIis fait her, w hose means were not sufli cient to pro\ ide for the upkeep of a Iarge family I. london. monved to the r own of -sk. in Monmouthshire, and ihere tihe man who, along with ('harles Darwin, was to startle the whole thinking world first saw the light. Wallace received his early education at Hereford Grammar School. "TIlE S.RVI'AL OF THE "UI TTEST." "Jn tt34i he left Britain, and, travelling eastwards, arrived at Singapore). where he was to begin his eight yars' wanderings amongst the isiands of the Malay Archipela go, an accoumit of which is recorded in his most popular work of that name. "It was while staying in Sarawak, in 1855-where he became intimate ly acquainte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
Auctioneers and Estate Agents. S O ERTS, STNLEY &COY. -I---- lY's.L.A. (MORELAND'S LEADING AGENTS) AUCTIONEER, SWORN VALUATOR, SUB-DIVISIONAL LAND EXPERTS, RENT COLLECTORS, FURNITURE SALESMIEN. Have a large and complete list of HIouscs and Land for Sale in Brunswick, Moreland and Coburg, from £250. Small Deposit. Rent Terms. PHONE BRUNSWICK 46. CONSULT TI-IE LEADING---- Auctioneer and Property Salesmen NE\W AND CO? IMODIOUS PREMISES, SYDNEY ROAD, Corner of Blyth Street. ESTABLISI1ED 1i YEARS. OUR SPEGIALTY Auction Sales of Property and Subdivision of Land by our Auctioneer, hMr. 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 Va!uations of Property and Furniture for Probate and other Purposes. Rents Collected. Absentees Represented. Estates Managed. Insurances of Fire, Plate Glass, Accident, Employers' Liability, Motor Cars, &...
Why We are Losing Our Touch. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
Why We are Losing Our Touch. I------------ The sense oi touch is very likely to-becomne a lost art. A thousand labour-saving devices now :taketl h place of motions which formerily :re quired deftness and skill. ~fanual r!exterity is giving place: to;: mei t,,l g idance, and one of the: most potent factors in the upbuilding :oi civilisation is being abandoned; Thi effect of this has been. made cTlear tby the restlessness of businessimen and the absence of any. meanis to release their nervous energy. Nervous energy is misapplied unt less there is somne actual physical outlet. The nervous energy of rage finds its relief in. stamping of the foot or in pounding the table with one's fist ; thre nerv-ous energy rol grief finds renission in tears; the nervous energy of suspense shows itself in a feverish piacing to and fro: the nervous energy of joy it quic'k; rhythmnic movements; : for; as the phrase goes, "we dance for joy.., Fior centuries the nervoius energy of wolmlen has been cousunme...
CRICKET. SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. BRUNSWICK V. PORT MELB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
CRICKET. SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. BRUNSWICK V. PORT MELB. Neither Port Melbourno nor Bruns wick did justice to the fast and true wickelt prepared by the seasiders' cura tor. Nearly everybody who viewed it bofer the play started voiced the opi nion that the side having first use of it would be cheaply disposed of undler 250 runs. Ports won the toss, lbut lost two wickets (Willmott i- and J.Tamieson 15) quickly. The next four batsmen only added 43, of which Jonec got 18. and Broreton 17 (three 4's). The Instnamed was splendidly caught off a hard drive by Hodder at mid-off --a rimlling catch sideways. The posi tion was somewhat retrieved by the resolute batting of Taylor (captain) and lJ. McColl in adding 33'for the seventh wicket. McColl got 21 (one -1) at a critical stage. After Anderson hIad been bowled for nothing Don. Mc Coll helped his captain to add 24 runs. The innings, which lasted 21 hours (the first 100 were obtained in 90 minutes) finished for 142, Taylor...
COBURG V. GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
COBRRG V. GEELONG. ('olnii- First Eleven iourneyed to Geelong on Saturday. On the uav dIowli two coinmparrtlmen ts were reseri- ed on hoard the train for the club. Mi-. H. tlodgers. Coburg's newly-elect. od foothall secretary, was installed as nianaier of the tea?m on the up and down trip, and a most eniovable out. i ug wa. brought to a finish at 11 p.m. Thl, manager secured the services of two e(hc from the railhav station to he I'10ion Club. where dilnler was in readiness. after which the team and supporters again took their seats ii_ thi eahs "iad were driven to the uicket mlound for the l)eginning of the niatch. After a little practice was indulged in ('oburg'S captain (Stranks) tossed for choice of innings, the form er winning and deciding to bat on a wicket, somewlhat' on the soft side. Strtinks and Askew opened Stranks taking strike with the first ball bowl ed hy iason. A single resulted. As kew with caution jinished the over without scoring. Stranks off Orchard's third ball ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
~AN?TLEPIECE MAKERS. Factory behind Shop. Mlantles. Tiles, Grates. ANYTHING IN WaOODORI MADE TO ORDER. Houses Repaired. 202 SYDNEY RD. BRUNSW ICK. oTos ot c . . . V!IOLiIN . . . SOMETH NG NEW! i G . M. WLLIAMS, Certified Teacher, T.CUG.M. 33 Dodd Street, East Brunswick. BRANCHt OF THE AUSTRALIAN VI()LIN AND )CHELSTRAL COLLEGE. MELBOURNE. T TNDER the New Svstem., with the "'PATENT MAN XB FINGER U BOARD,"D Class Teaching with a Competent Teacher has S proved a Success. Advancement and Success assured. Day and E~ Een rn '-nesi now~ forming. Parents comet along at anyS time, Seig .?_ce.. :New Sy ..stem thoroughlv explained to you, and be nod.A,-incgd oe it merits. Special Class Fees 106. Quaurter com iimercing from Date of First Leson. Full Orchestral Class meets Nte ddeS: DODD STREonce a wee.AST BRUNSIC ?¢?.*,?;~aY Note Address : 33 DODD STREET, EAST BRUNSWICK --TOWn OF COBUTRG. - EXTRAORDI~NAY ELEGT'TON. i:;NOTICE isi: hereby;i; given that the fotlon ing cieandidates bwhae 'been dully...
Friendly Societies. Shamrock Lodge, U.A.O.D. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
Friendly Societies. Shamrock Lodge, U.A.O.D. -ie above lodge held its fortnightly meeting in the Oddfellows' Hall. Cýo budg, on Tuesday; 24ttn inst. Brother Atkins, Arch Druid, occupied the chair. The Vice-Arch tendered his re signation, owing to his inability to attend meetings for some time, on ae count of business arrangements. A ballot, then took place for V.A.. and Bro. Tonks was elected. Committee reports were received from delegates who attended the Gala meeting,- and also the opening of the Coburg branch Dispensary: It has been decided bh the mmhbers of No. 9 district to take an active part in the forthcoming Gala. After the usual business had been dispensed with the A.D. asked the re .tiring District President to instal Bro. Workman to the office of D.P. This was carried out with Druidical honors. A vote of thanks was passed to Bro. Lucas by Bro. Patterson. P.D.P., for the able way in which he had carried out his duties, and was supported by Bros. Ferguson, Hardy and Landel...
The Melbourne Motor Omnibus Company. FIRST HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
The Melbourne Motor Omnibus Company. F'IRST HRALF-YEAR LY MEETING. The first half-varllv meetino of tho Melbourne 3lotor Omnibus Company was hehl on \edlnestdav evenin'. Feb riay L'3th, at the large hall of the Grand United Order of Oddfillows. in I.ntrohe street. Ther,. wexre fully 500 shareholers presnt. Mr. J. 11'. C. Downs. J.P.. rE, cth'irian oi 'nirce toils. ,rsidicl. A lairge ilumbe?'i of ,ihiorthhlh'i- foim1 E!ast liins i ick wl is prln.&lt;,t, a'oingst thet ht in tie Mayor (Cr. t illwardx . Mr. i . R. T itr ,vn. J.P.. andt 31r. 9 . .Spinks. Mr. Downs in t'he course of an able spv,,ch, gave a hi,?,,ry of the opvrn tions of the e. ompain. durini the six months ending Du'i','ib,,r 31?i lie pointedi out hloi' niee'.sarily 1. new comipany had a nxumbh.r of difit ties to contend withI? ut h was 0d to say that thte m;.ch:t!plicl touhh1 ,wit, gradually di-ailp.ring, and. th l,:inks to their chi-ef mc( niennli t engineer. Mr Sophton. the las-, were Liward \o, tOhe roads. Mr....
Coburg Football Club. ANNUAL MEETING. AN ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
Coburg Football Club. ANNUAL MEETING. AN ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING. The annual meeting of the Coburg Pootball Club was held in the Public Hall, Bell street, on Thursday night, and there was a very large attend ance, the President (Mr. J. V. Pater ion) being in the hlair. Amongst those present were Cr. A. Bush andti MIr. W. S. McAlpine. The minutes of last annual meeting we re icad and adopted. Apologies were received from Mr. Geo. Marsh (captain) and Mr. W. Walker (treasurer), Senator Russell (who donated £1 Is.), iMr. F. Waters, and Mr. A. Johnson. Letters were received from the Town Clerk of Coburg, notifying the grant ing of the use of the recreation re serve for matches for the season. Thie annual report and balance sheet were read. The annual report was as follows: 'I have much pleasure in present ing to the members of the above club the annual report for season 1913, which is in every way satisfactory. "The club decided to againl enter the Melbourne District Football Asso ciation...
Druids' Easter Bazaar. THE BRUNSWICK STALL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
Druids' Easter Bazaar. THE BRUNSWICK STALL. There is any amount of energy displayed by the committee of ladies and gentlemen engaged in making the Brunswick Stall at the Druid's Bazaar, in aid of the Austin Hospital and the Kindergarten, a success. On Tuesday 24th February, their was a Theatre Party at the Empire Theatre, which resulted in £22 being secured for the stall. TheLadies' Committee has held another meeting on Wednesday evening, in the Town Hall, when £33 was handed in as the result- of their efforts. Next Wednesday, a "Gift of Coin" afternoon will be held in the Brunswick Town Hall; in aid of the sfall. Committees have been formed in West and North Brunswick to organise the support of the object.
Coburg Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
Coburg Pictures. In addition to an attractive programme at the Lake Hall, tnwo grand detective dramas will be screened. On Saturday March 7th, the Star Picture Wvill be 'The Black 13,"a famous detective picture 2350 feet, by Hubsch. The'Star Subject on Tuesday March 10th, will be "Fantomas," a 3920feet drama, by the popuilar Gaumont Co. The above favorite detective dramas have drawn full houses everywhere.
CYCLING COBURG CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
CYCLING COB13URG CLUB. The ordinary mectieng ofi thle Cob-lrg Club was helh on Tuesday, 2lith Feb ruary. After the prelimnirnr i hiuinecs it was decided to hol a biliar, tour nament. A. Williams wn i'n psed as a meniter hv J. Sh pplaid. THFE SNOOKlER (11AM.IlflN- HI]P. The snoeke,' ch(miipion'hij' et the club was hehl :i the cilh roomi (rear Tliistlh ( vle Works. ' he firs game commenced on Mhonlh.v. 2tlh ]ebru nary, .E. St.rctton winnirig thefi lst game. He contii'wd fo 'i nilly even ings with the sanile sn Uccess till the -semi-finnl-. cwherie he nwas disosed of by C. Watt. s-iri-ta r. Ip io this stange E. I. Strettoin lked a likely winner, as hI pIyi with great (co0l ness and j.iuiidinint. t. as is often the ens. the ii inucir v.a. n "dark horise.' 1. l'oowr and W. Teil nlav ed for the finail. It n s a remarIlabhle eame. W. TIn! w ii iia:dica:pprcd to his opponient 11. 'h1e iame was well 0worthy or thie ocn?i i. and eachn man played with t'hat ro'iness and judg-. mont -xpoetl of ...
Holy Trinity, Coburg. THE ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
Holy Trinity, Coburg. THE ANNUAL MEETING. The annhal meeting .of the congre gation of Holy Trinity Clhurch, Co burg, was held on Monday, 23rd ult. The Vicar, the Rev. F. W. R. New ton, presided; and there was a large attendance of parishioners. A musical programme was provided by Mr. H. H. Alder, which was much appreciated. Tile secretary, Mr. W. C. Thomas, was accorded a h}arby vote of thnuks for his services. The annual report was read as fol lows : 'The year 1913 has been a memor able one in the life of this parish, and has presented many problems for the serious consideration of the church wanrdens and vestry. Towards the end of May the Rev. Chas. Hudson was required hy the authorities to reliiin quish his work among us to take up duty at the Naval Depot. Williams. town, his place at Coburg heing taken by the Rev. Win. McKie. On the eve of his departure Mr. Hudson was pro seanted by the parishioners with a goid watch, suitably inscribed, and a vale diotory address. Mrs. Hudson w...
Ministering Children's League [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
Ministering Children's League Dr. Dring, of Walsh stlreet. Co burg. has again generously leut his garden for a fete, to be held in aid of the above League, on 14th March. This League helps to maintaih the Cot tage By the Sea at Queenscliff. The fete will be opened by Mrs. W. A. Watt This League certainly merits the hearty support of the community, and help in the shaIe of contributions will be gratefully received by the honu. Eec etary, "Ormsby," Moreland Grove. Should the afternoon prove wet the fete will be held in the Moreland Hall, at the Grove.
CRICKET BRUNSWICK JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 6 March 1914
CRICKET BRUNSWICK JUNIORS. Brunswick Juuiors, 193 (Jackson 81 not out, James 49. A. Malkin 29, 1. iarrie 15; Hoppins five for 21. Sands one for 0, L. Barrie three for 38), heat Princes Hill, 143 and eight for l?10 (Gillespic 42 and 413, Costello 20. IMorris 17; Morris three for S. Tovey turee for 39, Costello three for 64). Brunswick Juniors won by 50 runs on first inmnings. Mr." Moulton, pr~sident of 3Bruis. wick Juniors, entertained the players to afternoontea, which was greatly appreciatel by both clubs, .The batting of Jackson and James, of the Brunswick Juniors, was the feature of the match, and brought victory to their side: Brunswick Juniors play St. Ambrose on the latter's wicket on Sat\rday. Juniors are. asked to be on the ground not later than 2.45.