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ESSENDON DISTRICT CYCLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

ESSENDON DISTRICT, CYCLING CLUB. The first annual road race of the above club will be held on 9th 'May, starting and finishing at the Lincoln shire Arms Hotel, Essendon. over a 38-mile course. Entries close with H. Peers, Russell street, Melbourne, C. Astley, Mount Alexander road, Moonee Ponds, or the hen. sec., R. J. Evans. F. Beeson, IT.C.C. A., is the hnndicap per. First. prize, £5; second, trophy, £2 10s.; third prize, £1 10s.; fourth prize l10s. 6d. Entries close 2nd May,

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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North Brunswick Branch P.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

North Brunswick Branch P.L.C. --.-L - .-, The usual we'ikly meeting of the above branch was held at Mliss Binns' school room, Sydney road, North Biunswick, on Thursday evening, 16th April. There wris a large attendance of members, presided over by Mr. Main. A grand inovelty night is to be held at thei Masonic Hall (opposito tram sheds) in May. Tickets, Is 6d, may be had fiom -the members or sec rotary, 191 Bl3tlh street, East Bruns wick, Pries. 'for the best character, lady or gent ;Don't miss this night. At the:conel son of the meeting the President, Mr. Iuin, rad the follow ing statement: Age Limit in Government Service. Sonic thirty odd years ago there was a regulation passed that the age limit in thie Victorian Government service should he 60 years; that is to say, that when an employn (male or female) got to be 60 years of age. he or- she had to retire, no matter whether they were fit or unfit; some with a pension, sonicm with compensation; but since then the pension has been d...

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People's Liberal Party. SENATE PRE-ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

-People's Liberal Party. SEXNATE PPl E-ELECTION. Members of the North Brunswick brianch of the People.'s Liberal Party Ire nriotified that -arrangeients ha:y' lbeen completed "for .telie pre-el ctiont bfllott- deaoteuiulne the Six n 4li4at's o eji eden the Liber iit Trty in h nti-Ovents of: a double dissolution 'of FiTederal Parliaunent in tihn- 1r-l011 'i' li nax few- jnontlih. T1 lý paritiipating liar e decided not saemx ticket and indniidu- in p are required to use thuir tis di.. ion in. reeordlin tilt xt Billot pprpca are n-;t 'rqrded to menbm1'xr. nH : th ; theni. to the retii g . n or before 2nd '1 i onx which ýateo tihe billot Hill Ido"\e. Any m b - nt r ceiring a ballot Fpaper' iiv Moxai. 27tm inst., is required to i. oncei conunlIntl cite with Mr- I. Hlarrat2 12 North street-. E: st. Br :wicl1k. wh Io i0 cting as returnlxin.: cficer.

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Let There be Light. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

Let There be Light. 9 Cr. Fleming wants three lamps in Park street, so he moved at the last Brunswick Council meeting that they be eiected. one of them to be in front of his place. He said there is a pub lic house close by which is not kept as it should be.- there being too much singing and dancing going on there. He stated he wont out of his door re cently in the night time and saw a man mad or drunk: More light in the locality is required in preference to other parts of the city which get lights. The Mayor promised -to visit the lo cality next week. Cr. Fleming said that if a vote were taken it would be proved that the peo ple would sooner have the gas again, and the sooner we nmalcamnated with the city the better. He therefore mov ed that the Engineer be instructed to put up brackets and have the electric light, there. Cr. Hickford urged that the matter be referred to the Electric Light Corm inittee, and the iMajority agreed with him.

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Coburg Police Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 21. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

Coburg Police Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 21. Before Messrs. Waters (chairmian) and Norman. Non.Vaccination. Constable Church charged Hy. V. Price with failing to have his child Haroldi vaccinated. He was fined 40s. Defendant (lid not appear. but sent a letter disapproving of vaccination. False Pretences. James Joseph Benison, aged 27. of The Rock. New South Wales, farm la borer. ivas charged that he did on the 1st inst. pass a valueless cheque. Ac cased pleaded guiFty. He went to the shop. of Ir. Richards, greengrocer .' 6 Sydney road, Coburg. and purchased some cigarettes and a soft driink front the slhopiman. Mr. Craiger. and shout cd for him, and tendered a cheque for £1. signed by G. Grahlam. which was returned marked no account. He re ceived 19s. Gd. change. He was arrest. ed by Plain-clothes Const. Irwin at Prahran. He pleaded that Gralham signed the cheques and got him to ncash them. The Bench decided to hear the next charge against hlim be fore dealing with the matter. Second Cha...

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Golf? Hockey? or Croquet? ROYAL PARK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

Golf? Hockey? or Croquet? 0 ROYAL PARK CLUB. Under favorable conditions. and with a large number of members and their friends present. Cr. F. T. *Hickford (the president) on Saturday last- de clared the links open, and coinplimen tedl the club on its present satisfac tory financial condition, on its increase. in memnbership, and pn tile extremely natural course which had been laid out. A number of competitions were played during the afternoon, and the endeavors of the secretary, Mr. R. Cathie, resulted in an abundance of entries. The mixed doubles, played over nine holes, resulted in a win for Miss Rey nolds and H. McKenzie, with a score of 48--11-,37. Liss Reynolds plated exceptionally well, in two cases laying her approaches dead. The 9-hole men's singles claimed G. Black as tihe winner with 42, 9, 33. Following him were:-R.. 1. Af iait 50. 1-14. 36; 11. T. Osborne, 6, 8, 38a G. W. Anderson. 43, -1, 3p: ALM J 'Col lins. 1i, 6, 40; G. C . Smiith. 48,, 8 40. Two ties were made in th...

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Rifle Shooting. BRUNSWICK RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

Rifle. Shooting. IBRUNSWICK RIFLE CLUB. A competition for the Don, Hart. le'. Pain, and Fleming trophies took place on Saturday, April 18th. The conditions were 14 shots at 600 yards. The scores were as follows: J. Young (score 61. handicap 5) .. 69 A. $Symons (63. 5) 68 I1. Mackey (67, 11) . 68 H. Templeton (55, 12).. . .. 6 T. Harper (58 9) . 6, T. Highet (58, 8) ... . .. 66 A. Rice (59, 7) ... 66 W. Robertson (40, 25) . 65 G. McCartney (59, 5) ........ 64 E. Esnouf (59, 5) .. ...... 64 A. Johuiston (56, 7) ;. ... 63 J. Leheny (60, 2) .. ...... 62 W. Thomas (52, 10) . .. ... 62 F. Orgill (55, 5) .......... ... 60 G. Rice.(54, 6) .......... ..60 J: Lyle (51, 7).. .. .. . ...58 G. Moran (51, 5).... ...:. .. 56 L. Dusting (51, 5) ........ . 56 A team from the club visited Malms. bury, Chewton, and Castlemaine, at Easter and fired m atches with the lo cal rifle chibs. Results as follow : Malmsbury, 848; {Brunswick. 832 (top scorers. J. Leheny 91, W. Smith 88. J. Lyle 87). Brunswick, 6...

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Brunswick Police Court. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

Brunswick Police Court. WEDNESDIA. APIl11 22. Before -Iessrs. Allard c:ieirani Tierney, D[wsley'. 'fleming. thi \lay : (Cr.: Millm ard). and Lord. .1 . P. SALE OF A WARB(GAL. Alim Skinnier inrOCCt'td( Idaiin t V"in. J. Snow. for the rec&'n'y £ 3 . a deposit on the sale of a pilly. A .ladih solicitor aippeared for the eur plainanrt The defndant appeared in person, 1 h .coinplainait nid i money, £2, arnid lfoutnid that the hors, wits a gill mud would. not start nor ev e subinit to being pushed along. Defendant saidl the.-poiy was damaged aid lie wpuld nItot - take it back. - in orde i as muide for the ainouint, w'i' i 13s: costs. A CONSTABLE'S KIND)NESS. Coustabile 'Bea'tihe chargedl .Joseph loran w'ith beiing drilunk in -Lygon st. on 4ith 'Xpril, and also witli behaving in ian insulting maniare`r lie- uied ferty had language.: iThe constable took, the defendanrit home an-d proceeded against lint on suimions. The l3onc'h eoniplinixented the constable oinhis aiction. Defendanit...

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Overhead Railway Crossings. CR. FLEMING MOVES FOR SAME. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

Overhead Railway Crossings. CR. FLEMING MOVES FOR SAME. Cr. Fleming movedl at aInst Brnims wick Council meeting that it wait upon the Railwayt Conmmissioners to try and get overhead crossings at Union street and Brunswick road. Heo said the Commissioners had been ap proached before, and had promised to report, but nothing came of it. He said that with thirty others he had waited at Union street recentvly three quarters of an hour before lie could cross the railway line there, although according to the railway regulations the railway gates could not be closed for more than three minutes. He said that recently a lady with her child in arms, which she was taking to the doc tor's, could not get thiough owing to the gates being kept closed, and had to creep b)etween two trucks to get across. This should not he tolerated any longer, and that either a subway or an overhead crossing should be pro vided. Other municipalities got their conveniences, and why not Brunswick. Cr. Allard remarked ...

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Coburg Town Council. WEDNESDAY. APRIL. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

Coburg Town Council. - --4'- WE'A i;NiD.\. ,l ki'lIiL 22 'Present: Cri. Cali -h i iairnutaii). An ilerson. Dari. McAlpine. Bush. IicIane.i Canipbelh anid Hackett. Correspontdetce. From Hanwthorni Cit- "'-pouinting ,out the damage done.by public bodiesC uech as. Mdhelb. aud Met. Board -of Works, P'ostal Departinent arid G is Co.. pro posing a .cofrncfre e of nlniptitiialities to combat the evili ud appoint a dle gate to tohe conferenuce to be conven ed. - Received Cr. Anderson to at tend conference. iFronm Public Health Deipt.. granting license to prenises of Mrs.: .Martba \ncldeson 430 Sydney r-oad Cobuig, to he registered as a private hospital. Received. Fromi Coburg braintch of the Potes tat Altli:lnce Socy.. for permission to t i rI r on rifle practice ait their place ofi iiet in=: in the board roon: of t-he.- N "-i Dis'pen-ary, Syvdne' road, hirn 'h: ri fle t n'ue uisedf is" 14. ; ch·st t-r 22 hbore. Referredt to 1p ohdc. t? FIrom i11lt..1d SCid'ch1ool Cointittee. No. 2l'37. r.t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

LA U For the famous AUGUST FOSTER PIANOSe. ESTABLISHED 1885. Terms Arranged Organs, Violins, and other Musical Instruments, Phonographs, Records, Music, Etc., Etc. 4010 ydne Road, BRUNSWICK. A BOON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. MARKS BEROS, 334-336 SYDNEY R A.1). (Near Methodist Church And at 870 Sydney Road. Agent for Suttons. Tobacconists and Hairdressers. F.R, UC ETT, FIRST-CLASS lA rDLEiSSER & TOBACCONIST. For Winter Hair Dressing and Shaving, call at this Up-to date Hygienic Saloon. CLE 13ANLINESS, CIVILITY and ATTENTION guaranteed. Best brands Cigars, Cigar ettes and Tobaccoes always obtainable. A Trial Solicited. 514 Sdne Road. Tobacco... ··-. ltlail t 4_.:.5 Merchant, &c.' 320, 322, 330, 332 SYDNEY ROAD, BRUNSWICK. Snors, Hl ,.5 .wESS rnD Ask for "OTRANTO" Cigars. Every Cigar branded " Otranto."---5 a 1 -. TAKE NO OTHERS. FRE . N The Leading Cash Dairy Produce Dealer and Dining Rooms. Atternoon Teas. Suppers a Speciality. Good Board & Residen...

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The One Man--One Horse Discussion. CR. JEWELL'S MOTION CARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

The One Man--One Horse Discussion. CR. JEWEL1'S MOTION CARRIED.. At the last Bifunswiek Council meet ing Cr. Jewell, M.L.A., moved that a new by-law be made, the effect- of which is that each horse and vehicle passing through the municipality shall have a man in charge of it, thus pre venting one man driving or leading a horse iand vehicle and also looking af ter another one following. Cr. lalfe seconded the motion. The motion :wnas opposed by Cr; Hickford, who did not believe in it. Cr. Johnson said he believed in one man driving two horses and drays and that ho should he allowed to do so east and west of the Sydney road. Cr. Phillips contended that the hby law should only apply to Sydney road and Lygon street, and that a- man should he at liberty to have charge of two horse and drays anywlhero in Brunswick off those two thoroughfares. Cr. Fleming said the penalty clause should read that the fine be not less than 5s. Cr. Allard suggested it should . be 10s.. and said one man had no...

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Cyclists on Tour. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

Cyclists on Tour. First Diay: Four Cohurg riders had - a successful tours at Easter. Leaving Coburg at 7 a.m. on Good Friday. an enjoyable ride with the wind was mlade. The route the first day was to Heidelberg. nacrss the Plenty Bridge, through Eltham ;and Kangaroo grounds. From thence to Christmas Hills. Yarrai Glen, the party arrived at. I ealesville at midday. After a hearty repasti the palrty proceeded over the Black Spur, thllroui h Narbethong. and arrived with a keuen appetite at (i.30 p.m. lHere a stay was made for the night. The road. here were splen lid, and a miarked difference was not ed after lBrunswick roaids. Second Day-: After partaking of breakfast. St-veinsion 'Falls were reach ed after a short ride on a track with elorious scenery. Ferns on either side, tall giu11is, andi1 n1illy gay-plutiiaged birds, a scene well worthy of the visit. 'Ih'l falls itself was iaguilicent. the water tumbling over the rocks at a height of 270 feet. lThe jonrney was thiei resumed to Wo...

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Heavy Football Traffic. CONGESTION AT THE TURNSTILES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

Heavy Football Traffic. CONGESTION AT THE TURN STILES. Cr. Jewell. M.P., at the last Bruns wick Council meeting asked leave to introduce a deputation from the Brunswick Football Club, consisting of Mr. H. Lamb, Mr. Les. Bray and Mr. Sinclair, to place before them a sug gestion for relieving te congestiroa which takes placo at the turnstiles on Saturdays at the football ground. Cr. F1leming objected to receiving the deputation at such short notice, and his objection was uplheld, but later on Cr. Jewell agiain appealed that the deputationists shiould he heard as the matter was Iurgent. aind would only oc cupv two or three minutes, and his appetal was granted. Mr. Les. Bray acted as spokesman, and was brief and to the point. He wanted the two ticket boxes on the ground moved. into a position which would facilitate the selling of 'tickets and giving change, and prevent the congestion of the crowd at the turnstiles, as the mat ter affected the finances of the council and the club. At the...

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South Brunswick State School OFFICIAL OPENING OF NEW INFANTS SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

South Brunswick State School t1FFICIAL 'EN1INGC OF NSEW INFANTS, 5C( I OL. BY SIlR A L.EXANDF1R PEACOCK. The ohlihtli oipetning of this school took place on Wednie'-day last. at the school. Park street wt-s!. Soiiinh 1lrnus nick. at. 3 p.m. The day was show ery. All thit .cholol chiii 'Idin were pie sent to the nmii r of ao it 10i). About .500 ladies and .-t - e-ii-" -" present. Tho Minister of E hwation !Sir AI oxander Peacock) arrived at the school in the motor aIs about 2.30 p. ).n.. na comipanied by Nit'. A. Fasscls. Chief Inspector, and Mr. .1. Cr'te, Dist rit Inspector. Amongst those ipresent were the Mayor and lMay-oress of Brinms i"k?. Mr J. Jo-ell. M.P., Crs. Hickfor-l. Flnem ing, and Joh-ise.i Mr. D. k'ti 'hven. Mr. Sebire thiad teacher. Princ-es Hilli school), Cr. and Mrs M- Was n-. ino MIr. Robertso-n Preshitoriatll Churchi, MIr. Alex. Dicki. Mr. Cross (ttne In spector). Mr. P Bird, Mr. J. KFni;ht. Mir W. V. Hamilton. Mirs. Smith, Mr: Winu, and a nuirbecr of otiers. The ...

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FOOTBALL JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

FOOTBALL JOTTINGS. Sullivan, for Brunsw ick, played the best game on the ground last Satur day. His play was consistent right through, and he posses.ses great stain ina.. He got out of many a scrimmage wath the hall, and either got clean away wmith it and had his kick, or pass ed it safely on. MfcLeod on the back line proved a towerc of st rength, and lie is the right man in this place. His play was neat and clean throughout, and hle relieved the pressure on his goal successfully on several occasions. * a * a (O'Connor executed soine fine marks and runs with the ball, and despite the fact that he camne in for some rough handling during the game, he main tained his brilliancy of play to the cnd. Topllhanu is a good man and played a first-class game. It is believed he is not at his best yet. His marking and kicking were excellent, and he is a stayer. Swift put in some fine work. He is very reliable, and it takes a good man to prevent him getting the ball with an equal opportunity. ste...

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Moreland Park Estate. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

Moreland Park Estate. ITd-d tSaturda ) thait tine pto urtv kntown als MtorelaniiI Hill. for tmatny years the residenI oft tihe la te Ah.'ltttaltt Jothn Pitzdon. Iatt 1m«- beent atubliv-i ejed. and the rtsidench , t ith 30 t 'e itilditg allotnt ntst I ill hi offer rd IV auction on `atutrday. April 25\, at three o'clotk. on the propert.V by ileisrs. Crisp Woods and Co. The re sidence iii ille offered. wtith land ha-v img a frontage Ot 20t frot to Jessie streeti by ,the tmagniicient deptlh of 321 fret thtroughI to Hall street. The al lotttlett to le offered for sale have nice frontages with spltndid depths. and have rontai es to aMoreland rottl. Jess:it, Hall and Floreonoe streets. t hitI halte all hen t tadle. This is usndoubhtedlý thet tinse buildline_ laud in Mioreland1, h,"irn practicntll r zalo g SRi': trum and train, and as th+' t,'rms are exceptio~nally t-uv thero will rn dobtia lc he keen competition for sarnt.

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Coburg Cricket Club. EASTER TRIP TO KYNETON AND MALMSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

Coburg Cricket Club. EASTER. TRIP TO KYNETON AND MALMSIBURY. The second eleven of the Coburg C.C. visited Kyneton at. Easter, and played matches against the local team and also the Malmsbury C.C. The team had a most enjoyable time, and every attention was shown them by the popular secretary of the local team (Mr. Syd. StredwickI, who in addi nlon to arranging drives forl tihe play ers. also secured for them the use of the tennis courts and hilliard table at the Mechanics' Institute. At talmsbuiry, too, where Mr. Geo. Sutiton is secretary, the team was gen erously entertained and welcomed in a speech by the captain, the Rev. Mr. Wenzel. Appreciation was expressed at the splendlid trcatniment afforded the teamn at the Junction Hotel by Miss Collins an.it her assistants, and at the conclu sion of the trip it was decided to re pent the visit on the following Easter. Appended are the scores: Cobuig v Kvnettoi. Coburg, eight wickets for 125 (Cos grave 27, Gleeson 21 not out, Martin 21, V,...

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THE GUN. VICTORIA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

THE GUN. VICTORIA CLUB. Although it rained well into the af ternoon at Coburg on Saturday, there was a large attendance. A trophy, given by the president (Mr. O. V. Pur brick), was finally won by A. E. Smith (Coburg), with 9 out of 10 kills; 'E.A.B.' (Preston) being runner-up. The club 'Right-out' was again won by C. Breese (Reservoir), with A. E. Smith second, killing 9 straight. Sweepstakes were won by Gus. Smith, E. A.B..' C. Breese, J. A. Rankin, A. E. Smith, H. Howe, and A. R. Downes. A fine total of 390 sparrows were trapped during the afternoon. The next meeting is down for April 27 (Eight. Hours Day), with a teams' match and £10 open handicap.

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Brunswick Catholic Young Men's Society. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 24 April 1914

Brunswick Catholic Young Men's Society. The iusual w'eekly mnoortin - of the societ2y was held in St. Anbrose's Hall, Dawson street, on pril 21st. The president, Mir. . 11. Tolbrook, oeeii piecl the chair. anid( there was a gtood It.ttienda ce of ionihers.. rThe secret arii Mir. A Dowsing, re minded neniwmers of the fortnightly dancing aissemiblaget which coninence this mionth in tihe chalnics Tnstitute. and also of the annual excurLsion and piinic to be held at G reensborough. The President nalso drew the atten tion of members to the time of the leaving of the. special train from Nth. Carltoun, viz.. 8.40 n.m., and nalso of the sale of tickets; which arie now available from me mbers of the conn nmittee at Is. tGd. adults, and children Pd. The itemr on the syllabus was a short address by each nimember, and many fine efforts on the part of the various speakers were much apprecia ted -by those present. The carrying out of the item was in the capable hands of Mr. P. Quinn.

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