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IRISH NATIONAL FORESTERS' CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 30 January 1914
IRISH NATIONAL FORESTERS' CRICKET ASSOCIATION. •Hawthorn v. South Melbourne, played at Grace Park, Hawthornm. South Melbourne, 189 (T. Kenny 84, F. Sinclair 38 not out, G. Sinclair 18, H. Mansfield a6),' T.-Kenny and F. Sinclair put on .0o3 for the eight sickets. E, Reilly, 9 for 87, off 104 balls I. Feain, s for i , r4 "?o'o 1? -oentinued niext- r Satur da~-..d u 3 -st January - -
MR. LEONARD BORWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 30 January 1914
"MR. LEONARD BORWICK. That very great artist, Mr. Leonard •Borwick, 9he most celebrated Englisli pianist of this, generation; will pay a return visit to Australia this year. Oin the occasion of. his former. tour: Mi. Borwick wais limited by his Englishl engagements- to a very hurried visit: He had barely time to appearin Mel bourne, Adelaide and Sydney, with the four centres of News Zealand.- On the p.:resent tour Mr.. Borwick rhas giVien himself ainiple time to 'isit all the A~istralian States,. as ?sell as N?ei Zieal and, onhis w~ay to theUnited: 'St'~ayit hr et Iis boefor 'in ex tensive tous lite 'in the e ar. There is. little iseed tb say anything.in praise of the:fl great EngliSh interpreter of Beetho?vei. e Mr: Borwick won, wher ever he played in Australia;, imme diate iecognitiof as one of the modem princes of the piano. One leading critic described Leonard Boiwick's art as ..more) fascinating than Pade ire ski, more.artistic tlian Hambourg; miore biilliilt thiai Carreno," an...
TUBERCULOSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 30 January 1914
TUBERCULOSIS. "I want the Government' to. take up the question of dealing with tuber culosis to even. a greater ektefit thaln it has done,', says Dr. Robertson, Chief 'Health, Officer 6f: the.' Health Department. "3Vith' th~i 'object' iii view I am eideavourng to place be fore thle Minister all the informatio'n in connectibio vith the scourge and the' activities .we hai"e to combat ?it that'I canll. The Miniister has ialready paid a visit of inspedtioni to theGreen Vale Saniatorium. and shortly'he will "visit the- sanatorium? at Heatherton.- :'B seeiig these places and gaihing- :a kiiowledge of how they work, he will get thloroughly into touch with the subjet, and it is then probable 'that hh- iwill colsult-' vith the consulting committee on tuberculosis: (Drs. Sta- ivell, Grant and Wilkinson). The re .suIt will :p'rbbably be the framing of a policy to- deal more thoroutghlv nith tiie tuberculosis .question, on "hich: there are many debatable points.':'
SUCCESSFUL PUPILS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 30 January 1914
SUCCESSFUL PUPILS. At the recent Junior Public Exami nation the following pupils of the Sisters of St. Joseph, Camberwell, were successful: Miss Annie Lee passed in English (distinction), French, Algebra, Arith metic (distinction), History and' Geography. Miss Irene Cosgrove passed in French (distinction), Arithmetic, Al gebra and History. .Miss Eileen Schiller passed in En glish, ?ii?ich, ,History, Geography, Algebi~iiand Arithmetic (distinction). Miss largaret -Mlacdonald passed in inglish, iFrench, Geography, Arit:mtiic (distlctiictio), and Algebra (D L-;It ee,- Mliss Macdoniald and \i~chiller-gained Catholic Train in olege scholarships.
A Lesson in Economy for Those who want to Save. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 30 January 1914
A Lesson in Economy for Those who want to Save. The announcement in this issue of the onening of the grand stocktaking sale at the Don Store, Railway Station, Glenferrie, will come as-welcome news to the careful buyers of the Eistern suburbs. There is always a lairge amount of.interest attached to the Don Store offerings-the bargaiss:presented are so genuine and the reduction in prices so definite-factor~i- which have contributed to the sreinarkalle success and progress in the past. The stocktaking sale is announced for Thursday, February 5tfi at 9 a.m.; and continues until Faiday, Feobruary 20th. Special preparations have been made in order that the whole of the season's stock may be cleared previous to stock taking, and that the departments may then be ready for the tempting lots for the nest season. During the whole fourteen days stu pendous reductions are offered inl every department, with the one object in viewr -viz., to clear thIe stock. Sacrifice prices are the order of thIe...
LIGHT HORSE MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 30 January 1914
LICHT HORSE MOVEMENTS. The local Light Horse detachment, under the command of Lieut. H. N. Milne, went into camp at Williams town early on Friday morning, 23rd January, and remained till late on I Monday afternoon. Lieut. Milne's command forms a unit of the z9th regiment (Metropolitan Light Horse), which is under the supreme command of Major C. E. Merritt, V.D. There were about 200 men under canvas, and the work carried comprised mus- ketry, troop and squadron drills, and regimental formations. About 5 per I cent. of the men present had never been under canvas before, and natu rally the experience to them proved novel and interesting. For the greater portion of each day the only. sounds heard were the vigorous commands of the officers, and the intermittent crackling of musketry fire at the rifle ranges. The camp presented a fine spectacle, and was favourably com mented on by the large numbers of friends a~ud relations of the young sol diers when visiting the camp on Sun day and Mond...
COLOURING MATTER IN CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 30 January 1914
COLOURING MATTER IN Sellingifiuit cake ihich did-nbot comply' with the stand'irdwa as the chrelhid again st Ce Redninan, bakeriCanterbur- road. K H- . J Gunner,- linspetoi, Camber 1 el;l Cioui?cil "subinitted an' aiialyst's cei'tificate: showingti.hat ? somie fruit cake 'liiich lie (Giuii?ei?) hild pur chliased :-it: defendaits ;:ih6ob n '.i 2tli Deceinlmbei contained a colouring sub standc, coiitiaiy to thed reguilations. Defendant wasicocti?icted- anidfined
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 30 January 1914
This is No. 77 Auburn Road You will find it next the Station. 'Tis here you will meet with a Good Class of DRAPERY at Moderate Prices. New Goods Come and Go0. You will always find Lines you want--Goods you must have, at prices that will please. Kindly patronise Tour Auburn Draper SWILLIAM CAFFIN, he will do his best to please and serve you at his grand little shop, at 77 Auburn Road, with pleasure. HATHERLEY & HORSFALL 361-363 BURWOOD RD. Hawthorn. Tel. HOUSE 1aw. Importers DECORATORS Importers OF OF Paints, Oils, Mount Boards, and Varnishes, PictureMouldings, You'll Find Our Prices All Right. Wall Papers, Artists' Materials, IPainters' Window Brushware,/ - And Glass, GOLD LEAF, &e RENOVATORS &c. SIGN WRITERS MOUNT CUTTERS, PICTURE FRAMERS. THE TEA WITH A DEFINITE OBJECT. Ham-o dava Tea Uzeeptionally Nice FlaYour, and all the Whole ale Profit is spent on " Uplifting the Masses." DOES IT APPEAL TO YOU? ASK YOUR. GROCER. Tadgell & Sons Successor to C. E...
PRESENTATION TO MR. E. J. M. HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 30 January 1914
PRESENTATION TO MR. E. J. M. HAMILTON. A meeting, convened. b the Maybr of Hawthorn, for tlhe purpose of making a suitable public :recognitiori of the services rendered to 'the.: dis trict by Mlr E .:M.' Hamilton du~iring his fifteen:.years. resiedence as:a citaiet and head master of the:alantiingtree road State school, \as: held iin ;the ,Mayor's roomin ait the toivn hall on Tuesday, 27th inst, whlena .:large number of parents, friends, -etc.; gathered. . The. Mayor (Cr HTiBrbour *presided; ands exlaining the puiy pose for W\hicle t meetinig had been called, 'refehrId to :? f >Hanilton's qualities as a public servant afidd citi zen, stating that Mr. :Hamilton liad been for some fifteen years the-head master of the':Maiminigtree-rod ad State school, duiriig .which-period~ he had gained the .goodwt ill: aid respect Oif both the parenits aid scholars, and as a citizen he had bee?ii oife of the most prominent in all inmovements for the betterment anid furtheranice of sport and socia...
HAWTHORN RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 February 1914
HAWTHORN RIFLE OLUB. Members were engaged in compet ing for the Don trophy lat Port Mel bourne ranges on Saturday, January 31st, when I4 shots were fired over the 900 wards range. The scores, with handicaps, were: 900 yds. Hcp. T1. E. A. Buchanan ... 60 8 68 A. Hennett ...... 54 12 6C W. A. McP.herson 54 5 59 A. Raw ......... 54 4 58 F. WV. Earle...... 51 5 56 G. Giles....... .. 48 7 55 A. G. Erebble .. .. 5 4 55 R. Russell . 46 5 55 J. P. Barnes ...... 36 6 "42
FREE BAND PERFORMANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 February 1914
FREE BAND PERFORMANCES. The Hawthorn City Band will give free performances on the dates, and at- the places stated in the following list: Sunday, February 22nd-Central Gardenis. Thursday, February 26th-Church street (near Melville-street). Sunday, March Ist-Glenferrie-rd. south: Thursday, March 5th- Sports Grounds. Sunday, March 8th-West Haw thorn Gardens. Thursday, March i2th--Central Gardens. Sunday, March i5th--Power-street, (corner Riversdale-road). Thursday, March i9th-West Hawthorn Gardens. Sunday, March 22nd-Victoria-rd. Reserve. Thursday, March 26th-Sports Ground. Sunday, March 29th-Central Gar dens. Thursday, April and-Corner of Auburn-road and Riversdale-road. Performances commence on Sundays at 3 p.m., on Thursdays at 8 p.m.
BURWOOD-ROAD TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 February 1914
BURWOOD-ROAD TRAMWAY. The Mayor, in matter of getting the Burwood-road tramway tacked on to the Riversdale-road Tramway Bill while same was before the Upper House, said he had spoken to the Pre mier, who replied that it would do no good, but probably delay the passing of the Riversdale-road Bill. He then promised that he would refer it to the Railways Standing Committee, and afterwards get Parliament's sanction. That would mean that it would now come in in its natural order before the Standing Committee. It now lies solely in the hands of the citizens to push the matter along, the same as had they had done the others.
A MOONLIGHT TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 February 1914
A MOONLIGHT TRIP. A chauffeur in the employ of the City Motor Services Co., named John Martin, was fined ios. for failing to have a rear light on his motor car on the night of January I7th. Constable Kloester gave evidence that at I1.55 p.m. on the night of January 17th, he saw a motor car driven by defendant in Glenferrie-rd., without a rear light. Defendant stated that he was em ployed by the City Motor Services Co., and on the night in question was sent out to the Glenfertie Hotel to pick-up fares. They were all drunk, and he had to drive them round Lily dale and district. He was holding down one of the men, and did not know his lights were out until stopped by the constable. It was a bright moonlight night, and he was driving carefully. A second charge of having no headlight was withdrawn.
AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 February 1914
AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION.. The Hawthorn branch of the above held their usual fortnightly meeting on Wednesday, January z21st. Mrs. Buggee presided. The combined syllabus for the half year ending June was received from the Secretary A.N.A. Miss Burton gave a very interesting "Watch Contest," and Miss Boyce succeeded in winning prize. At the previous meeting the Secre tary read balance-sheet for 1913, which was veiy satisfactory. At the meeting of the Camberwell Council on Monday night, Cr. Beckett gave notice that the council consider the advisability of taking the neces sary steps to have the municipality of Comberwell proclaimed a city. Father: "Mabel, you might give that young man who comes to see you in the evening a message." Mabel (blushing): "Yes, father." Father: " Tell him that we've got no objection to him running up the gas-bills, but we'd rather he didn't carry away the morning paper when he leaves." A gaunt, tall-looking man entered a hotel not long ago and applied...
ORDINARY BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 February 1914
ORDINARY BUSINESS. Cr. Wood drew attention to the bad state of footpath opposite the town hall, and moved that the matter be referred to general purpose committee. Carried. Cr. Schwerin desired to know when the consolidation of the council by laws would be completed. The Town Clerk explained that he was at present waiting on Mr. Der ham, the council's solicitor, and ex pected to confer with him within the next two or three days. The matter would then be near completion. Cr. Sambell. moved: "That the matter of covering that portion of the main drain at the end of the sports ground, where the two drains meet, be referred to the general pur pose committee." Carried. Cr. Schwerin wished to draw atten tion to the private bridges across the drain being unsafe for children in having only two rails, and moved that the owners' attention be drawn to same. Referred to general purpose committee. Cr. Burton asked that the footpath in Burwood-road, on south side, be: tween Power-street and the ra...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 February 1914
SGUARDIAN :iAssurance Company Limited. FIRE. PERSONAL ACCIDENT. Crop, Stock, Stokand Employer's " ad -Liability. S Stack .- ?? Insurances . Workmen's a • Compensation. Speciality. Pub Fidelity -. Risk. II. '?:.,". Guarantee, yu.an-. - Third Party . - Plate Glass, Indemnity. Assets Exceed Six and a Half Milions.? CHIEF AUSTRALIAN OFFICE: , 452 Collins Street, Melbourne. .. Picture Framing. Quiet and Refined-Yet Distinctive. HARRISON'S, Phone 220 85 Burwood Rd., West Hawthorn. GARNER'S - EAST SUBURBAN PHONOGRAPH & GRAMOPHIONE PARLOR. 85 Glenferrie Road, Glenferrie. Same side as the Don Store. Near Kinkora Road All Makes of Disc or Cylinder Talking Machines All Makes of Dise or Cylinder Records Thousands to Choose From Every Edison Blue Amberol Record in Stock SEvery Zonophone-Twin Record in Stock S Diamond Reproducers always in Stock Musical Instruments & Sheet Music -i"_,:::: Come to Us for Anything. Cash or Terms Repairs a Speciality. A Trial Solicited Once a Custome...
COUNCIL EMPLOYEES' WAGES INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 February 1914
COUNCIL EMPLOYEES' WACES INSURANCE. Cr. Roche stated the recommneda tions of the finance, legislative and health committee in regards to em ployees' wages' insurances were that payment be made to workmen in jured while on duty for 26 weeks only, and that during that period one half wages be paid in accordance with the conditions establislhed by the guarantee companies. Cr. Schwerin thought that doctors' certificates should be produced, and moved an amendment that the matter be referred back to see if that could be done. Cr. Nolan did not see that a medi cal certificate was necessary, and thought that the men should not be put to the expense of obtaining one. The amendment lapsed through want of a seconder, and the recom mendation was carried.