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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
GUARDIAN Assuranrice Company Limited. FIRE PERSONAL ACCIDENT. :·-., :j·:-.i::··Crop,. . ~~~~ · Saock, Employer's Stack Liability. ,::;::" Insurances Workmei's a . Compensation. Speciality. Pbi - or l Public Fidelity "R-isLk5=.-. Guarantee. Third Party a ??, : - Plate Glass. Indemnity. Assets Exceed Six and a Half Miliions. CHIEF AUSTRALIAN OFFICE: 452 Collins Street, Melbourne. The atest ideas in HIGH-CLASS Wall Paper Lovely Borders for Panelling, Beautiful Freizes, Handsome Relief EfJects. Ring up Hawthorn 220 FOR SAMPLES. J. HARRISON, Decorator, 85 Burwoodl Road, West Hawthorn. Ai His' Master's Voice :a:nd-the. Gramophone and the... - Edison Phonograph, _ The Two Best Machines on the Market; -.! Also J Zonophones, Pathephones, Graphophones, and all other kinds of 'Phones.' Disec and Cylinder Machines and Records Sheet Music, Musical Instruments and Musical Sundries of all Descriptions, Repairs a Speciality. Inspection Invited Special Concert Machine for Large Halls or Open Air Ent...
OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
OURSELVES. The proprietors of this journal will in future, provided sufficient encouragement is afforded by advertisers, publish a monthly edi- tion of 500 copies, which will en- able us to reach a larger clientele than at present. We purpose giv- ing an epitome of the month's do- ings, which will enable our readers to send the CITIZEN to their friends whom they wish to keep in touch with current events, and will be glad to welcome suit- able matters of social and public interest for this edition if sent in before the 20th of each month. The year 1913 proved a record one for tlhe sale of the " Citizen." This clearly demonstrates that the "Citi zen " is acknowledged as the leading newspaper for the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, both as regards news and as an advertising medium. We have a large and increasing circulation, and all progressive trades people should secure a space in our journal, which will materially assist their business extending. The " Citizen" may be obtained at all ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
KING BROS. Art Tailors, 523 Burwood Road, Auburn (opp. Tower Hotel) &nbsp; Ladies' Tailor - made Costumes Latest Suiting for Coming Season NO WORK ENTRUSTED TO FACTORY. Business Notices. General Engineering Co. § Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, 256 BURWOOD ROAD, HAWTHORN. (NEXT TOWN HALL). And at 367a Post Office Place West, MELBOURNE. Tel. 6609 Central., DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES SUBMITTED. &nbsp; :ELECTRIC MOTORS. GAS AND OIL ENGINES. AND ALL ELECTRICAL ACCESSORIES SUPPLIED. ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL INSTALLATIONS. COUNTRY HOUSE LIGHTING PLANTS A SPECIALITY. R. Robbins, (Late CHATTAWAY and SON), Baker and Pastrycook, 169 Auburn Road South. Wheaten Meal Bread a Speciality. Bread and Pastry Delivered to all parts of Hawthorn and Camberwell. Self-Raising Flour, Vienna Bread Cakes Buns, Scones, Pastry. All Goods of the Best Quality. ALFRED NOTT, &nbsp; Opthamlic Optician. 145 Collins St., Melbourne &nbsp; &nbsp; (Opp. Scots Church). &nb...
CALENDAR FOR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
CALENDAR FOR 1914. Our annual two-coloured calendar, which accompanies this issue of " The Citizen," will be found exceedingly useful in the home and office both from an ornamental and business standpoint. As usual, this year it bears the phases of the moon and pub- lic holidays, and the proprietor issues it with his compliments and best &nbsp; wishes for a bright and prosperous New Year, trusting that the generous &nbsp; patronage accorded us in the past will be continued into the future raurned cn persoinl application but as there is already a keen demand, &nbsp; early application should be made.
Socialities. PERSONAL—COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
Socialities. &nbsp; PERSONAL - COMING EVENTS. Residents of Hawthorn and Camberwell are requested to supply any items of social or personal interest relating to "days at home," engagements, marriages, &c. It is our desire to make this column an interesting one, especially to our lady readers. Ex-Cr. C. Bethune, of the Don Store, has been touring Tasmania dur- ing the holidays. Mr. O. Krome, M.A., head master of the Methodist Ladies' College, to- gether with his family, are at Rose bud for the holidays. The Hon. W. Hughes, M.H.R., ex-Federal Attorney-General, has pur- chased a brick villa residence in Cotham-road, Kew. &nbsp; Mr. J. Cowling, formerly of Power &nbsp; street, has just returned from a tour &nbsp; of the old world, extendirig over eigh -teen months. On his way back he called at Sydney, where it takes £4 a week to buy what can be bought in Melbourne for £3, so he says. Messrs. Moffat and Presser, with their families, have been enjoyi...
A NEW YEAR'S FORECAST. PLENTY OF WORK AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
A NEW YEAR'S FORECAST. PLENTY OF WORK AHEAD. The past year resulted in three new &nbsp; councillors being elected, and much valuable work being done in the in- terests of the ratepayers generally, which will make 1913 a memorable year. But some of the work done was experimental-merely the foun- dation of further work needed during the present year; and included in the scope of that description may be men- tioned the opening of electric tram- way communication with some of the other suburbs.
OVERSIGHT OF FINANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
OVERSIGHT OF FINANCES. Another pleasing feature was the reversion to the 2s. rate, and it will be essential, in order that this may be maintained without increase in future, that councillors devote less loquacity and more business brains to the con- sideration of the city's finances, which still need the closest oversight. Moieties of loans have to be repaid, interest has to be met, salaries and allowances to be paid (let us hope we have heard the last of bonuses for some time at least !), as well as the general repairs, maintenance, con- struction and cleansing necessary to a great city; and the ratepayers have a right to expect that a close super vis ov.r mese w?ill be exercised'bv the ina~nce committe.e and the coun I ' .
PREVENTION BETTER THAN CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
PREVENTION BETTER THAN CURE. &nbsp; It is pleasing to note the improve- ments recently made in our main roads-though the expenditure has been very heavy. But it is an un- wise policy to allow these to get into disrepair, merely for the sake of a coating now and again of tar maca- dam. The loss to the council by inac- tion in this direction at the proper time has been very considerable, and the city engineer should have- power vested in him to see that this work is done at regular necessary intervals throughout the year.
TAXING THE RIGHT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
TAXING THE RIGHT PEOPLE. The matter of "through streets " should be proceeded with cautiously. It is easy to waste the finances in this direction at the instigation of a few interested individuals. If those who are clamouring for hurry in this mat- ter were made contributing parties to the expense, we should not hear of so many pressing claims. Undoubtedly the ratepayers actually benefited with- in a certain radius should pay some- thing for the resultant entrance of their property, and it is not a fair proposition that they should expect the whole of the ratepayers to pay the total cost of land resumption, street construction and hsphalting as advo- cated by some enthusiasts.
BURWOOD TO RICHMOND OR HAWTORN? [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
BURWOOD TO RICHMOND OR HAWTHORN? The tramway projects he &nbsp; &nbsp; pushed forward by the wd of the councillors, and the members of Par- liament einr' district ? left to one or t?mt ore Arsseffe d n'leutenant, nu :? t smrown' that th:.t ratepayers are in deep earnest ? &nbsp; desire for tramway facilities through- out the city. The present position seems to be that citizens may be car- ried to the southern suburbs to do ? business, and, lateri on: may be whisked off to Richmond, but no pro- vision is made for them to shop in the centre of the city except on foot. Burwood and Camberwell residents should have the option of travelling along Camberwell and Burwood roads instead of being practically forced to pass by our doors.
IMPROVING OUR NATURAL BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
IMPROVING OUR NATURAL BEAUTY. The improvement of the Yarra must also be borne in mind. A good chance to secure some land at a nomi- nal cost presented itself a few weeks ago, but the opportunity was not em- braced. If legislation be needed, then let the surrounding localities agree to urge upon the Government the com- mencement of the scheme at an early date. It cannot be expected that the whole thing can be done in a hurry; but, as custodians of the future, the responsibility of making a start rests upon this generation.
THE SHOPKEEPERS' DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
THE SHOPKEEPERS' DIS PLAY. In regard to the city's progress it has been pleasing to note the splendid manner in which our business people have catered for the Christmas and New Year trade; and we feel sure that, if they receive the practical sup- port of the council, we shall soon have heard the last of the cry about "shopping in Hawthorn," for the &nbsp; problem will have been solved by the parties interested each doing the best for the others to make this the queen city of the Eastern Suburbs. Nowhere in the great metropolis of Melbourne was the Christmas spirit shown to a livelier interest than in Auburn, Hawthorn, and Camberwell. Auburn, Burwood, Glenferrie and Burke roads were the great attraction. There was a living stream of human- ity, surging, bustling and eager to participate in the many useful and ornamental suggestions of the season.
A LESSON FROM THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
A LESSON FROM THE SUN. The heat of the past month makes the necessity of a continuous system of tree planting very apparent; the trams also call attention to the value of seats at certain prominent points for the aged and feeble, who would thus be saved something of the incon- venience of standing patiently or otherwise; public conveniences have been advocated in our columns again and again, and it is time a commence- ment was made to give effect to our recommendations. We have but outlined a few of the special necessities which may well en- gage the attention of councillors dur- ing the present year, and trust that the same generous consideration may be given to these as has been the case in so many of the reforms and improve- ments advocated in these columns in the past.
RETIREMENT OF MR. E. J. M. HAMILTON. MANNINGTREE ROAD STATE SCHOOL LOSES ITS HEAD MASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
RETIREMENT OF MR. E. J. M. HAMILTON. MANNINGTREE ROAD STATE SCHOOL LOSES ITS HEAD MASTER. After fifteen years of faithful ser- vice as head master of the Manning tree-road State School, Mr. E. J. M. Hamilton has reached the age limit, and decided to retire next month from the strenuous life of anxiety and worry of the present-day teacher, in favour of the calm-useful- ness which advancing years so well merit. Mr. Hamilton has proved himself to be one of the olden type of mas- ters, who, by their unobtrusiveness and courtesy, rather than bustle, blus- ter and flurry, do so much to endear themselves to the hearts of the teach- ing staff, parents and scholars. The members of the board of advice of days gone by soon learned to appre- ciate these distinguishing character- istic of the modern school-boy and with him in regard to school improve- ments and necessities, concerts or prize-giving, or picnics or sports for the children ; and found in him one who always had the interests of his ...
Municipal Tramways. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
Municipal Tramways. The tram track along Glenferrie and Cotham roads has been covered with a coating of tar, but not before it needed it badly. The motor car traffic had displaced a great quantity of the metal, and caused the road to be a dangerous one for horses. What's what about the local Tram- ways Bill ? After passing the second reading the Watt Government were supplanted by the Elmslie party for a few days. Now Mr. Watt has got back to power, and Parliament has gone into recess, the question local people are asking is, " What's Watt going to do with our Bill ?" Is there to be another delay in dealing with the matter? Hadn't Mr. McPherson &nbsp; better get going? Or, would it be better to begin de novo, and include Burwood-road loop in the Bill ? Some of the shopkeepers suggest the latter course. irs r o'site lW. ?7 -.e cr?- d partovsmg the trams in their search irer a cool retreat by the seaside, and the beaches were'consequently packed with visitors.
RECENT LOCAL LAND PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
RECENT LOCAL LAND PUR- CHASES. According to Commissioner Hay, the price paid for the land whereon the Salvation Army Citadel stands was £24 per foot. SWe understand that Mr. R. T. Chenoweth, of Glenferrie-road, has purchased the shops immediately ad- joining the Commercial Bank in Bur- wood-road, formerly occupied by ex- Cr. J. Hardie. A large paddock at Deepdene, amounting to about 7 acres, together with an eight-roomed brick villa erected thereon, has been purchased by Mr. E. O. Hill - Mr. James Parker, of Parker and Bird, has purchased several houses for letting purposes at Sorrento re- cently.
AUSTIN HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
AUSTIN HOSPITAL. The usual Christmas treat to the inmates of the Austin Hospital was held at the institution on Wednesday night. The entertainment, which has for years been organised by Miss Bal- lard and her'lady friends, passed off most successfully. The carol singing of St. John's (Latrobe-street) choir was the chief feature of the evening. Father Christmas was again imper- sonated by Mr. R. E. B. Franklin, who paid a visit to each bedside, mak- ing an appropriate gift in every case, The wards were beautifully decorated by the nurses, who spared no pains in order to make the best of the sur- roundings, while the grounds were brilliantly illuminated with fairy lamps, etc., by the male employees. Mr. A. S. Kenyon and the members of the Heidelberg Fete Committee took charge of the children's wing, gladdening the hearts of the young people with presents of all descrip- tions. A large number of visitors were present. Needless to say, the patients were more than pleased with the effort...
"CITIZEN" ALMANAC 1914. 22 Years' Record. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
"CITIZEN " ALMANAC 1914. 22 Years' Record. The "Hawthorn and Camberwell Family Almanac and Business Guide" for the year 1914, containing 100 pages of reading matter and ad- vertisements from leading firms, printed and published at the "Citi zen" printing works, A special list of notable events, for 1913, is also added. This being the twenty-second annual issue, we are supplying special infor- mation, and promise it will be fully equal to its predecessors, which have been so much appreciated in past years. As an advertising medium for the eastern suburbs it is unequalled. The Almanac will be sent to any address on receipt of 6d. in stamps, addressed to "Citizen" printing works, Auburn, Melbourne. &nbsp; &nbsp;
OBSTRUCTION ON ROADWAY, NOT SHOWING LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
OBSTRUCTION ON ROADWAY, NOT SHOWING LIGHT. For having left a dangerous for- mation on Weinberg-road on the night of November 25th, without having a light attached thereto, William &nbsp; Elridge was prosecuted by Constable Cole, who stated that at nine p.m. on the night of November 25th, he saw a large case, a sheet of iron, and some timber lying on the side of the road, without any light being attached to the same. Defendant, who pleaded guilty, stated that he had left a man in charge, whose duty it was to see that a light was attached, but who had neglected to do so. Mr. P.hilpot (chairman): As it is so near Christmas the bench feel lenient. The case will be dismissed on your placing 10s. in" the poor box.