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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 20 March 1914
Personal. Mr. Joe Johnston has been appoint ed coach for the Brunswick Football Club for the ensuing sea.son. Mr. 'Dookie' MlcKenzie, curator of the Brunswick Park, and the late cap tain of the Brunswick Football Club, has been appointed coach of the Mel bourne Football Club. Our nunmerous reandrs will be pleas. ed to note that J. O'Connor, 9 Vic toria street, Brunswick, is now pre oared to supply taxi and touring ears at reasonable rates. Weddings, a spe ciality; reasonable charges. Mr.- Thos. Forster, who has been forty-six years a resident of Bruns- wick, will with his wife sail by the 'Runic' to enjoy a well-earned holi day from business. They are bound for the Old Country and will sail to- day. The jovial Cr. Waximan and his good l0dy are receiving royal welcomes on: trteir return frbm their honeymoon. Vei extend ouir heartiest wishes to the ex-Mayor and ex-Mnvoress. Bro. George Ewen, of the- Bruns wick Rechabite Tent, is leaving for a trin to England next. month. The metniiers...
SHIPWRECKED MAZDA LAMPS AND THE SEQUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
SHIPWRECKED MAZDA LAMPS 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 report concluded by saying that, "dredging operations are proceeding. and we have not the slightest doubt, that in the event of 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 cent. were in any way damaged-the remaining 95 per cent. being in perfect condition. This is yet another proof that Mlazdas are niechanically strong, and will withstand rough usage;
P. A. F. S., Ladies' Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
P. A. F. S., Ladies' Branch. The fortni i htlv meeting wa- held in Dispens.ryT Hall on Monday. 23rd. There was" a splendid art enniv e. Atf teri the hisines-s visitor. wv1r admit b d. A social evenlin as h]eld to eele hir1to the opening of n\ow b'de r1a.0 Diii ing the evening presentations tIwre made to Sisters Hunter and Watt, on the occasion of their ap proaching marriages. Songz. recita. tions, games and dancing brought an enjoyable evening to a close. SA motheir sent this somewhat satir ical note to the teacher of her small son: "Pardon me for calling your atten tion to the fact that you have pulled Johnnie's right ear until it is getting longer than the other. Please pull his left ear for a while, and oblige his mother.'
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. BRUNSWICK BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. IRI. \SWICK BRANCH. At the last fortnightly meeting of the hr-ve society the President. Mr. W. 1. Trenardh. presided and there wtas a large attendance of members, IEleven candidates for membership netre elected, and nine of the nnumber Heing present were cordiall-y welcomed by the chairman. Nine nominations were received. On the recomnienda tion of the committee it was agreed to ; nake the usual donation of £1 is. to the ilelbourne Hospital. A letter from the secrc:iary of the Brunswick Minia lire Rifle Clbth, giving particularsoof a forthicontin Friendly Societies' Corm reiition. was referred to the captain of the Branch Rifle Club. Mr. C. W. tcshorne was elected to the vacancy on the coinmnutirt t caused by the resigna. 'ion oe fr. . Robinson. Owing to is departure for \Western Anstralin, Es-President .T. Watson resigned his nositrionrs of dispensin delegate and renreserntative of the branch on the citizens' technical school committee, and in reciving and accep...
I.O.R. CRICKET ASSOCIATION. SEMI-FINAL: BRUNSWICK V. NORTHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
l.O.B. CHICKET ASSOCIATION. SE-11-FINAL: HRRNSWICK V XORTHCO'TE. Played at Clifton Hill. (This report Nwas received after the abridged report was in type) : Northcote: First Innings. Clarke. b Kem1p . 0 .Jacobs. st Martin. b Kemp . 5 : B. \\Wehb. b Cann .. . 22 S.m irh b emnp .. ... . . 4 nus. Williams. b Kenu 0 Godfrey, c Temple. b McLaine_ . 1;4 H. Webhb . Martin. b Mclaiue' D`) Strattel. h b MeLaine . 2 Cartled e r111n out .. 4.. ¢ . r. n ilus, not out . . Fillirr ham, h Kemp 3. .. Sundries .. .. . 10 Total ... ..78: Bowling: Kemp fire for 21, Mc Laine three for 19, Cann one for 11. Brunswick: First Innings. J.. Cann. b Jacobs .. ....29 kemp. h Webb .. . 11 Cillard. h Clarke .... Bishop, c Angus. h Clarke ... . lLamine, not out .... .. .. .14 Temple. not oiut . FSundricks ..fo .. .. .. . Four wickets for ...... ....89-
CRICKET. Cumberland Arms Hotel (Brunswick) v. St. Paul's Hotel (Coburg). [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
CRICKET. ----4-- ---- C('mnberland.i Arms Hoitel (Brunswick) v. St. Paunl's Hotel (Coburg). A nmatlch wa, played Iant Sa turday at Miller's Hope Works ground, be tween a team fran the Cimnberland Arims Hotel. 1Brnliaswiek and a teami from 5t. Paul's Hotel. Coburg. Mr. Ti. TJohnson cap tnined the Cumberland team anid A. ForythIi the Coburg t.ean. St. Il'hils hatted first and made 85. 11The Crntheerland team nmade 900 for seven wieckets. Joinlsoni "2. McPhee 3, Gleeson =, W illiams 4. O'Leary 9. batted best fo Cumrberland. Browning took &lt;.foliur Cuambtherland a iekets for 12. Oliver 20. 13rowvning IS. and Hode S. batted best for St. Paul's.
M.U.I.O.O.F. CRICKET COMPETITION. (Held over from last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
M.U.I.O.O.F. CRICKET COMPETI TION. (Held over from last issue.) The Loyanl Albion C.C. are going great guns this season, having lost only one match, being one point be hind the leading team (Hand of Friendship C.C.), with a possibility of still running into first place. On Sa turday (14th) they beat King Georgo by an innings and 65 runs. and at the conclusion the captain of the Loyal Albion congratulated the cap tain of the King George Club and his men for the sportsmanlike manner in which the games between these two clubs had been playcd. Their senti ments were endorsed by the President (Bro. J. Heeps). and responded to by the captain of King George Club. Following upon this a very interest ing presentation was made by Hit Worship the Mayor of Brunswick (Bro. Millward) to Misses Gertic Weaver and Adelaide Murphy, as a. personal gift from the captain (Bro. Alf. Wil lison), in recognition of services ren dered to the club during the season. The innovation was very much appre ciated b...
Soccer Football. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
Soccer Football. Footscray Soccer Club are to he known this year as Northumberland and Derham rnited, buit all players are open to join. The new ground is on the river bank, at the top of Nich olson strekt, Footscray. A practice matchl will be held on Saturday, March 28, when a final selection will he made for the opening League miatch. All now members will he heartily welcom ed. andl it is hoped that the club will have a most successful season. The lion. secretary. Mr. R.. Martin. 214 Nicholson street. Footscray, will be pleased to hear from intending play ers. The club is running a team in each division of the Victorian Soccer League.
J.O.R. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
I.O.R. ASSOCIATTON. Brunswick. four for 89 (Cami 29, Temple 15 not. out, McLaino 14 not out, Kemp 11. Bishop 9; Clark two for 21, Webb one for 14. Jacobs one for 15), v. Northcote, 78 (B. Webb 22, Godfrey 14, H. Angus 13 not out hemp five for 21, McLaine three for 19, Cam one for 11).
Brunswick Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
Brunswick Mechanics' Institute. A conference of the Brunswick Council and the committee of the Brunswick Mechanics' Institute was hold on Tuesday evening, at the Town Hall, In the absence of the Mayor (Cr. Millward), Cr. Phillips was voted to the chair. There were present Crs. Flening, Hickford, Allard, Jewell and Johnston, of the Council, and Mr. C. E. Ogden (President), Mr. Clarke (see; rotary), and Messrs. Sonimmers, IW; H. Brower. Mathieson, W. A. Taylor for the Institute. The Town Clerk (Mr. Daison) acted as.. secretary. The Hoi. Donhii:MevIle; M3HI'.C. the only re gistered trustee, s bas also present; The conditions laid down for the formation of a governing body, and iwhich have been agreed to by both the Council nud the subscribers of the Institute, were agreed to by the coniference. On the motion of Cr. Johnston, seconded by Cr. Hickford. it was decided that n Bill le draftedl to submit to Parlia ment at the earliest opportunity to tarry out the desires of the conference. t...
NORTHCOTE CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
NORTHICOTE CAR NTVA T Thioe iNorthote C'celina nnd( RecrIn tion Club arc holini a sports n owetingL at Northeote Park (not Croxton Park), situated near the H eidelher road. next Saturday. There will h1 a monster progranlme. club raes, ,no mile. and other stiartlin ·e ent. It will he worth seeing. as there i5 1 -:mod entry of riders. .t record 'ruod io 1 x prcted.
Young Liberal Association. SUCCESSFUL SMOKE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
Young Liberal Association. SUCCESSFUL SMOKE NIGHT. The Young Liberal Association of Coburghelld a smoke night at'the Odd fellows' Flail. Sydney roadl, on Friday, 20th inst. The event-t proved a great success. There was a good attendance of members and visitors, and the Pre sident (Mr. Edward Reynolds) occu pied the chair. After the toast of 'The King' hadl been honored, the chairman proposed that of 'Parliament.' Hle said that paradox as it might seem, Parliament was at once the most venerable and thei most criticised of our institutions. A democracy; where the governed go vern, where every man was a ruler, more oir less potential. and where every man was ruled, offered a fine ield for paradox. liut whatever view of Parliament they were to take, the institution would always hold an hon oredl place in the mintlds of Liberals. hecause it was through Parliament that the greatest victories against tyranny had been won. He was with the meeting of the long Parliament that England had ente...
PYE WALKER. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
PIYE \VALtKEL Pre Walker. a CohurS footbhaller a'il a noted runner., competed ini the iShef field Handircap. and on froin the start. He is well-hlilt. of dark onm plexion, and of mnodest dispsit1ion. and after the race casuialyl walkd in, and received a great oration from Co hburn so 1)jprters in geineral. The Cobnrir Foothall Clnh are in training at the Football grounnl. ('Co borg. and0 foll account will he in a no thor column.
Brunswick Harriers. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
Brunswick Harriers. ANhNUAL MEETING. The fourth annual meeting of the Brunswick Harriers will be held in the Lyceum Hall, Victoria street, East Brunswick, on Tuesday, 31st Manrch. Cr. J. Wnxman will preside. The above club are announcing on attractive hand-bills that amateur athletes are required to enrol as members. There is an opportunity for local lads, as it is an ideal and healthy sport; besides, this is the leading club in the district. The Brunswick Harriers are a young club, and have only been in operation four years, and in that time have won the Ten Mile Cross-country Teams' Championship. .'B' section, 1913. Now is the chance for the Brunswick aInds to win further honors. Bruns wick has provided some of the best athletes in Australia. You need not he a 'nonenitity.' You may be a chamil pioin at somle branch of the sport. The chances in joining such a young club are great, and should not be missed. The lion. sec.. Ir Raymond I. Kift, is an enthusiastic young sportsman, and ...
CYCLING. INTER-CLUB CYCLING ASSOCIATION CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
CYCLING. INTER-CLrB CYCLING ASSOCIA TION CARNIVAL. Amongst the 'knowing ones' lately, it has been prophesied that cycling as a sport was at a standstill. The pro phecy was outpointed on Saturday at the I.C.C.A. Carnival, when fair and fast riding was witnessed by favorable crowds hotih' in the afternoon and er ening. This is the first meeting the I.C.C.A. have held on the Exhibition. and it speaks well for the officials in helping to place bike racing on a sound footing. and in organising such a meeting. Perhaps, with such an energetic body in command. bike-rac ing will become the premier sport, as of yore.. * In the afternoon the club races were held, and also the heats of the I.C. C.A. Wheel Race, I.C.C.A. Premicr ship, etc. In the club races there were some exciting finishes. In the after noon C. Mutton surprised everyone, and raced at top form, winning the Coburg Club race and other heats. V. Warrick, of the Bronzewing Cycling Club. put up a fine race. finishing se cond. Besides...
Brunswick Police Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 20. Before Messrs. Downs (chairman), Lord, and Fleming, Js.p. BICYCLES ON FOOTPATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
Brunswick Police Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 20. Before Messrs. Downs (chairiiian) Lord, and Fleming, Js.P. BICYCLES ON FOOTPATHS. Constable Wall v. Jas. Brown. Defendant was charged with riding a bicycle on the 4th inst. on the foot path in Hope street, West Brunswick. He pleaded guilty, and was fined 5s. Constable Wall v. Edward Mayhood. Defendant was charged with riding a bicycle on the footpath in Hope st. on the 4th March inst. He pleaded guilty and was fined os. Constable McKenna v. Harry Har ker, of Mountfield street, Brunswick. Defendant was charged with riding a bicycle on the footpath in Mount field street on the 6th inst. He plead ed guilty and was fined 5s. A SERIOUS CHARGE. Defendant was further charged with inegligently riding a bicycle in 'Mount. field street, and causing injuries to Riuby Irene Sinclair, a child about 7 years of age, of Mountfield street, on 28t0 February, ult. .)r. Campbell Douglass appeared for the defendant. Ruby Irene Sinclair deposed that the defendant...
Catholic Federation. A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 27 March 1914
Catholic Federation. A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. The second annual report of the Victorian branch of the -Australian Catholic Federation has been issued by the State Council. It shows that.35b branches of the Federation have been formed in Victoria, with about 5000 workers as members of the branch councils. Over 40,000 members were enrolled during last year. Prominence is given- in the report to the Education question, in connec tion with which public meetings have been held mn all the important centres throughout Victoria. A Catholic Immigration Bureau has been carried on during the year, and has been of great assistance to new arrivals. The Federation has co-oper ated with non-Catholic bodies in such matters as the work of the Anti Sweating League, the improvement of the housing conditions of the poor, and the suppression of indecent and im moral literature. Gratification is expressed at the ra pid spread of the movement in New South Wales, South Australia, and New Zealand, and it is antic...