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|AUSTRALASIAN ITEMS. (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) , Saturday 23 June 1894 page Article||2013-12-06 16:04||At the Blrtiuswihk (Vie.) Police Court on
against Ah Lin for havingeold bacon on Sun
garden in West Brunswick, when de
of the Chinese came out and defendant.
supplied him with bacon, receiving is by way
of payre-nt. The complaint was made
aid, and that the bacon had been ordered at
on hundt v. Defendant was fined 5s, being
a first offe'ntce.
|At the Brunswick (Vic.) Police Court on
against Ah Lin for having sold bacon on Sun-
garden in West Brunswick, when de-
of the Chinese came out and defendant
supplied him with bacon, receiving 1s by way
of payment. The complaint was made
paid, and that the bacon had been ordered at
on Sunday. Defendant was fined 5s, being
a first offence.
|BOROUGH OF BRUNSWICK. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8TH. (Article), Mercury and Weekly Courier (Vic. : 1878 - 1903), Saturday 11 March 1882 page Article||2013-12-06 15:57||BOROUGHI OF BRIUNSW ICK.
Pr:.AI :ri--The ITaycr (Cr. Melville) and
Cis. .tcanger, Cooke, Staley, Trenuwith,
3eth'in. CGecrge, Leithihead, and Collings.
Fran James W. Stewart, calling the at
ing in a Chinese garden in Brunswick-rcad
-2 being poured upon the land. Referred
WEDS.ESDAYT, TiAMTIARCH T[.
|BOROUGH OF BRUNSWICK.
PRESENT:--The Mayor (Cr. Melville) and
Crs. Stranger, Cooke, Staley, Trenowith,
Methvin, George, Leithhead, and Collings.
From James W. Stewart, calling the at-
ing in a Chinese garden in Brunswick-road
is being poured upon the land. Referred
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8TH.
|THE PROHIBITED DRUG. (Article), The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times (Tas. : 1899 - 1919), Thursday 26 October 1911 page Article||2013-12-06 15:50||THE PROHIBITED DRTJGr
31JSLBOUKNE. Wednesday.— Fully
f 300 worth of opium has been seked
m a Chinese garden at Brunswick.
|THE PROHIBITED DRUG.
MELBOURNE. Wednesday.— Fully
£300 worth of opium has been seized
in a Chinese garden at Brunswick.
|CONDITIONS AT CHINESE GARDEN. Brunswick Council to Inquire. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 15 February 1928 page Article||2013-12-06 15:44||CONDITIONS AT CHINESE GARDEN. I
I V deputation of iclddits of Owen fctrcet, \Ua
i Hiuii'.ukk \wHrd ou tim lUim^Mt.k Council *u
Mon I in night to protect asiinet conditions .it i
Uiiw L gaukn in the \kinity
| Councillor J Utid-oii, hit rod ul in.*; the deput i
(ion Mid that lie Ind bren shocked at the un
lu ilth> Mite of tffalrs whkïi existed
Mr Cu\ Mid Hi it although he did not object
to the UiiiK'-r ciriimg their ming he tablet tri
lint thc\ should be imiipillcd to comply with
the heittli kmiIjUuh Lmoiercd jar" of Altin
liquid weic kept ubout tlie properly of ti»
C hiric-c, md ho ipi i f refu e weic n breeding
bed foi flic" MoMitiitoe-s «trc bred in nppalling
numbaa in uteptacka containing fctagiijint
Other residents silted that they hid been
troubled w ith nts from the Chine* c quarti i s
mid had twin Mikened bv the stench from the
lu ups of d(Ci\rl \<j:etible ni itter
'the m nor (<. otmüllur \ Raeburn) «tM Hint
tlie council woulH ki\c Ferions consideration to
the coniplunU If suth nui mee;» exibted imine
di ile steps would Ik- tukui ta teinovc t liera A
full tnquii* Mould be in ide
|CONDITIONS AT CHINESE GARDEN.
A deputation of residents of Owen street, West
Brunswick, waited on the Brunswick Council on
Monday night to protest against conditions at a
Chinese garden in the vicinity.
Councillor J. Hudson, introducing the deputa-
tion, said that he had been shocked at the un-
healthy state of affairs which existed.
Mr. Cox said that although he did not object
to the Chinese earning their living he insisted
that they should be compelled to comply with
the health regulations. Uncovered jars of filthy
liquid were kept about the property of the
Chinese, and heap of refuse were a breeding
bed for flies. Mosquitoes were bred in appalling
numbers in receptacles containing stagnant
Other residents stated that they had been
trobled with rats from the Chinese quarters,
and had been sickened by the stench from the
heaps of decayed vegetable matter.
The mayor (Councillor A. Raeburn) said that
the council would give serious consideration to
the complaints. If such nuisances existed imme-
diate steps would be taken to remove them. A
full inquiry would be made.
|Brunswick Police Court Wednesday, 21st December. CHARGE OF ASSAULT. (Article), The Coburg Leader (Vic. : 1890 - 1913), Friday 23 December 1910 page Article||2013-12-06 15:30||:tIrl iswick Puoice Court
Wednesday, 21s~ December.
Percy A'bert .~.nders was charged
|Brunswick Police Court
Wednesday, 21st December.
Percy Albert Saunders was charged
|Brunswick Police Court Wednesday, 21st December. CHARGE OF ASSAULT. (Article), The Coburg Leader (Vic. : 1890 - 1913), Friday 23 December 1910 page Article||2013-12-06 15:29||a breach of the Factories Act on Sth
WORKING aFTER MOURS.
Wing Lee was proceeded against for
Fredrick John 'Austin, inspector
ahirts at 7-4ý P.0.
Defendant pleaded that workinj in a
laundry he was very poor and as -he
Mr. Fleming, J.P.,-You are not
daylight in this country..
prosecute,-I don't think yoar worehip
has -any right to make such a re.
Mr. Lord, J.P.,-We are in Vic
Mr. Freeman-Thank God for that.
and 'llowed -four. weeks in-which to
|a breach of the Factories Act on 8th
WORKING AFTER HOURS.
Wing Lee was proceeded against for
Fredrick John Austin, inspector
shirts at 7.45 p.m.
Defendant pleaded that working in a
laundry he was very poor and as he
Mr. Fleming, J.P.,--You are not
daylight in this country.
prosecute,--I don't think your worship
has any right to make such a re-
Mr. Lord, J.P.,--We are in Vic-
Mr. Freeman--Thank God for that.
and allowed four weeks in which to
|The Coburg Leader. "I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and there before the truth I speak, Impugn it whose list." APRIL 6TH, 1892. New and Notes. (Article), The Coburg Leader (Vic. : 1890 - 1913), Wednesday 6 April 1892 page Article||2013-12-06 15:24||A collision between ia horse and cart,
near ;the bridge over the outer circle
railway. Thte horse which was a valuable
animal worth £4t was killed on the spot.
|A collision between a horse and cart,
near the bridge over the outer circle
railway. The horse which was a valuable
animal worth £40 was killed on the spot.
|Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 25 August 1951 page Advertising||2013-12-06 11:22||BAKFR DOUGHMAKER - Good
conditions and w ages Union shop
I N Hennessv Pty Ltd 56 Sydney
road Bruns tick FW191-2_
|BAKER, DOUGHMAKER. -- Good
conditions and wages. Union shop.
J. N. Hennessy Pty. Ltd., 56 Sydney
road. Brunswick. FW2191-2.
|Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 3 September 1949 page Advertising||2013-12-06 11:20||Estate Matthew Beovich, Deed. By
MORELAND. Cor. Moore Street. -
-D.F. W.B. RESIDENCE. 5 Rooms,
Land .47ft. 8',2Ín. x 115ft. to Made
|Estate Matthew Beovich, Decd. By
MORELAND. Cor. Moore Street. --
--D.F. W.B. RESIDENCE. 5 Rooms,
Land 47ft. 8½in. x 115ft. to Made
|Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 1 December 1945 page Advertising||2013-12-06 11:16||_ At Brunswick Road. . ^
«JH__STEES' REALISING AUCTION OF
BRICK PROPERTY. No. 6 Brunswick Road
Bait, and' SHOP PROPERTY. 56 Sydney
Road, Brunswick.-3 p.m.: No. 5 BRUNS-
fronted Brick Dwelling. Containing S Room«,
with Land 33ft. 61n. x 145ft. -Let at £1/6/8
dential or Factory Purpose». 3.30 o:m.: No.
66 SYDNEY ROAD: Two-storev Brick Shop
with Dwelling of 6 Rooms, with Land 13ÍI.
81n. x 100ft. to Roadway at Rear. Let at
Nolan, 408 eolitos street. Further -Parti-
|At Brunswick Road.
TRUSTEES' REALISING AUCTION OF
BRICK PROPERTY. No. 5 Brunswick Road
East, and SHOP PROPERTY. 56 Sydney
Road, Brunswick.--3 p.m.: No. 5 BRUNS-
fronted Brick Dwelling. Containing 5 Rooms,
with Land 33ft. 61n. x 145ft. Let at £1/6/6
dential or Factory Purposes. 3.30 p.m.: No.
56 SYDNEY ROAD: Two-storey Brick Shop
with Dwelling of 5 Rooms, with Land 13ft.
8in. x 100ft. to Roadway at Rear. Let at
Nolan, 408 Collins street. Further Parti-
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