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LADIES' LODGES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
LADIES' LODGES. Austral;an Women's Association, Hawthorn :-Branch-Secretary: Miss Alice.:::Bur'tn, ?i ?2 :.Btiwood road,. Hawthfn. . Protestant- Alliance Friendlyi Society, Loyal :Carnation Lodge.- Secretary- Mliss Aldred; 6 Tooronga: road, Auburn.. : . .Ancient Order:of Foresters, Court Auburnr.-Secretarv: :Miss -M. A. Price, 361 Auburn'road,; Auburn. Loivl .Boroo?idara, Lodge, 4729, \: LUI:O.OMF Secretar,y : T J. Austeni: 70 :.Liddiaildstreet; Haw- r thorn.. M:-eets rini-M-.U. Hall? :Bur-. ,;ood-road? on altesnidate Wednesdavs . NA N. , ni Hall, :H awnthorn Secretary: T-I Rust, 33 Bell-street, Glenferrie. . . Victoria Lodge, No." 8, United Grand Lodge of Freemasons-H. G. - Garnham, Secretar;,'27 Lisson-grove, Haw thorn. Meets every secondTues day in HaIvwthorn Town Hall.
Bomb in Parcel Kills on Opening. SENDER CONFESSES TO OTHER ASSINATIONS. FIENDISH INGENUITY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
Bomb in Parcel Kills on ' Opening. SENDER CONFESSES TO OTHER ASSINATIONS. FIENDISH INGENUIJTY, A ulhite paper parcel the size of a cigar-box lay invitingly outside the entrance to a flat ini the Bronx district of New York, addressed to the occupier, Bernirdo Herrera, who found it as he entereld. Thinking it was intended for his wife, he took it to her. She was seated in the dining-room at a table with her niece, Miss Fugh S mann, and proceeded to open it. A deafening explosion followed which shook the block of flats. Mrs. Herrera was hhrled into a corner of the room and was picked up dead. In another 'corner Miss F'ughmnann lay senseless .with serious injuries. Mr. Herrera was also injured. The table was destroyed, all the windows were broken, and in the walls and ceiling of the room were holes made by small pieces of. lead piping, screws, and nails. Newspapers lying on the table were found blown into pieces the jize of snowflakes. The parcel had contained a bomb which exploded as s...
BAND CONGRATULATED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
B -ND CONGRATULAT'P.ED, :Du riing the rinterval :of the gala concert on Sati?day.; evening last, the President of tlhe bandd .Cr. Burton,. congiatiituhed theiri oi.n the fine pro gramme tl-mt hlad beeni arranged,;both f6oi .the iafternoii: aind eveniifigi.- He fel::t sure , thlt thl' public had good val?uefor theirmiioney, 'and that an eiijoyable ahd:pleasant time had been the outcome of their ouiting. *He fur ther .laid Stress lon the good results the banid liad attained in the past, and cfelt confident they would return from Bailarat .iimners of their grade. (loud applause and cheers)' . Cr.- Buirton' -ilso took the oppor tuitnity of piesenting .n Mr. Beggs with thi silver cuip secired by him through the efforts of his goat. · He congratu lated :hinm on ihis win, and .said he deserved ..to Wili "for the trouble he took -:to tiain -it: M$. Begs, in -a fewx well-chosen words, returned thanks; The Mior.- and;Mayoress, aiid seve mral :of- the couicillors .were present, amid took :grea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
This is No. 77 Auburn Road You will find it next the Station, 'Tis here you will meet with a Good Class of E.DRAPEIRY at Moderate Prices. New Goods Come anld 0. You will always find Lines you want-Goods you must have, at prices that will please. Kindly patronise Tour Auburn Draper WILLIAM C AFFIN, 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 a. Importers DECORATORS Importers O OF Paints, Oils, Mount Boards, and Varnishes, V Picture Mouldings, You'll Find Our Prices All Right. Wall Papers, Artists' Materials, Painters' / Window Brushware And Glass, 0OLD LEAF, &~ RENOVATORS &O c. SIGN WRITERS MOUNT CUTTERS, PICTURE FRAMERS. CASAMENTO BROS., SFruiterers & Greengrocers, 167 Glenferrie Road, Glenferrie. CHOnICE z Ur ITSE SI sASON. Phone 937 sw. All kinds of Aerated Waters THE TEA WITH A DEFINITE OBJECT, Ham-o-dava Tea Uxeptionally Nice ...
ENTERPRISING FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
ENTERPRISINC FIRM. Messrs. H. A Scott and .Sons, car riage builders, of Camberwell, were well represented in the recent Royal Agricultural Show. This firm has turned out vehicles of the highest order, and those exhibited were ex amples of their workmanship and skill. Amongst these were a baker's delivery waggon, to the order of Mr. Sam Johnson, of Noorat, in'the WTestern district, built in up-to-date style, with dust and fly-proof cover ing. A market gardener's lorry, to the order of Mr. A 'Lauer, Doncaster, a noticeable feature being the double power brake; wi:th patent rachet. A fruiterer's waggon, built for Mr. J. Ireland, of-Camberwell, a hand painted fruit panel on the tail board being well done.: Also a milk delivery cart, to the order of :Mr. J. Tiillbtson, of Bruns wick. An Abbott buggy, with' Dunlop Kelly rubber tyres, and patent lever hood, upholstered and trimmed. in solid leaither, with silverlmounts; and a rubber-tyred jinker, with motor back sliding seat, long shafts,;...
SEASON 1913-14. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
- :SEASON 1913-1e4. e tiheiiis-I ot Baptists C C -Runneis-up--Sit; : John's C.C.-0: .i Consolation-OaniberwellOGitMil N Battinig Avei age--Mr. S. Rimiiigtonx (Kew Baptists), 43. . Bowling Average.--Mr. T. Pinnigr. (Kew . . . .). 3.64. " ih.est Individual.-`-Mr. S. Rimington (Kew-.. . .. Baptsss), 127 not out. - Best All-Round. -MEr: C."1. Stocks. (Barker's::.. . Road).
A STOLEN REVOLVER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
A STOLEN REVOLVER. Last week a thief broke into the premises of Alfred Geo. Lumsden, corner Bowen and Lidiard-streets, Howthorn, and stole a revolver and other articles, to the value of £?I. Ernest Jas. Walker was charged with receiving Mr. Lumsden's revol ver, knowing it to be stolen. The evidence showed that accused had sold the revolver to a second hand dealer in Richmond for 3s. 6d. Walker was committed for trial. He was also sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment for being a vagrant with no lawful means of support.
CLUB SECRETARIES, DELEGATES, AND POSITION OF PLAYING GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
CLUB SEbORETARIES, DELEGATES, AND. . ::i:: I POSITION OF PLAYING GROIND. iX.uburnl Brick Works C.C.-Secretary and Dele .gate. M A. .0. Anderson, 43 Robinson's HR(i::: -oad, South . Auburn. Ground, corner Anderson and Toronga Roads, Auburn. : :::- Barker's Road Methodists.-Secretary, Mr. H. -K: Hale, 30 Chulrohill Grove, Glenferrie. Dole S gatc, M.r. P. Hardy. Box Hill Baptists.--Secretary, Mr. G. T. H. S Swindon, Harrow Street, Box Hill. Dele gate, Mr. TH. Black. Ground, Mliddleboro Ova'l, rear Box Hill Cemetery. Canterbury C.O.-Secretary, Mr. WV. A. Copas, :: Cross Road, Surrey Hills. Delegate, Mlr. M. Nisbet. Ground, corner Croydon Road and SOhathamn Road, Canterbury. H awthorn Presbyteri.ans.-Secrctary and Dele gate, Mr. J. Murray, " Pekina," 54 Kin Iora Road, Hawthorn. Ground, adjoinin Glen Tea Gardens, Glouferric Road South. S James-Riddell Lodge.-Secretary, and Delegate, Mr. F. W. Penwarden, 58 William Street, Glenferrie. Ground, Victoria Road Reserveo Auburn. Kew.-Seeretary, ...
CRUELTY TO A PET DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
C:1 UEfIT : TO :A: :PET DOG. Hei?) Ruidge i? as: charged :with criuelty-: to ?. dog. IMr B ackhouse prose'clited on b'ehalf of the-'Society tfor th lPireventioli of Cruelty to Ani M::Ir. H: iJ.. Ndlan alppeared for de fendant. h.::.Tl. dog: wvas a ::et Australian ter lier, belonging tb Mrs.· Bertliha Talbot, of James-street. Martha Martin, resident of:: Ed iward-street-" anid her daughter, gave eidence:: that they saw from their w?indow defeidaiit swinging the dog round in the air by a rope fastened iouiid the animal's neck, and bang ing it against:the ground. i Constable Kennedy deposed tlat whei lienhewas-called to see the dog it w:as in:such: aw pitiful state that he sliot:: .it withli his .revolver. Both eyes of fith" ainimal were protruding from its head c :D fendi?t gave evidence that the dog "ivaahlays coming into the hliouse alnd :creating a nuisance." On tli' l?ay in: qiiestion it ran under his bed, :and. snapped at him when he tried to6: get :it out. He then put a rope ?ou...
MATCH FIXTURES. (All Matches to be played on the Ground of the first-named Club.) October 3rd, 10th. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
MATCH FIXTURES: (All Mntches to be played on the Ground of the first-named Club.) :o u October 3rd, 10th. t. South Aub'n "A " v. Auburn Brick Works. St. John's v. South Auburn "B." St. Hilary's v. Surrey Avenue. R. athmines Road v. Barker's Road. Box Hill Baptists v. Kew. Canterbury v. Kew Baptists. James Riddlell Lodge v. Hawthorn Presby. October 17th, 24th. :South Auburit "B " v. Aiburn Brick Works. : : Surrey Avenue v. South Auburn "'A."' -,Barker's Road v. St. Johit's..... ,. ·:,St; Hilary's v. Box HillBaptists :.-: ,,..,.?ji RatMhmines Road v. Catlesrb:ury .. 'Kew v. Hvawthorun Presbyteriaus: i K.io,: Balitists v. James Riddell Lodge.: : October 31st, November 7th. : . . Auburn Brick Works v. Sulrey.:Avenue. ,.' S: :Barker's R?dad'v. South A\uliburll " B." 'Box ]:ill. Baptists v. South Auburn ." . C:,intcrbury v. St. Jdhn's. ' i'.Hawthorn P'resbyterians v. St. Hlilary's-. SJames Riddell Lodge v. Rathmines Road. :. ,Kew Baptists:v. Kew.. INovember 14th, 21st. A ubiurn Briick Wor...
SPECIAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
SPECIAL NOTICE. The increasing circulation of the "Citizen" is demonstrated by the fact that our advertisement columns are always full of paying advertisers (not dummies), patrons being con vinced that this journal goes right to the people's homes-in fact, w9e have been notified to that effect, as our ad. vertisers have proved the value of ad vertising in the "Citizen" by thei -, i.: .
"Chamois" Leather. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
¸ " . :?: , "Chamois" Leather. -:i ":--,----. - : I was told at achool, says a writer in the "Hardwareman and TIron -- mongers' Chronicle," that cham ois j[ leather was made from the skin of -::; the chamois, an animal of the ante .Lope tribe-although I must confess that sometimes I wondered where the number of chamois came from to provide enough skins to go S round. During a visit last week 1 - to the chamois leather factory, at Nottingham, I mentioned my mis psgivings to Mr. Kirkhamn, and was somewhat relieved to find that my doubts as to the supply of chamois were by no means. singular. "I have been in the trade for thirty-five years," said Mr. Kirkham, " andl I have never yet seen a real chamois skin, and I question very much if any of your readers have ever seen one. Chamois leather has for i many years, in Great Britain at least, been produced from. the skin of the sheep. It is nothing more or less. than prepared sheep-skin, and it is. for its preparation and finish n-g-i..:: ...
FIREARMS IN HENRY-STREET GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
FIREARMS IN HENRY-STREET -: GA!RDENS. . Constable Cuhli charged Bert Beinac iitlh behavin g in an.offenisive rinaheiinI ;'Henry-street Gardens ;on SSeptembei "o ad :discharging a pis tol there. - ;* ? rnestii Pedley sixteen' years :of age,:, 'said he as plasihng i the ardens oni Sunda September. i6, about,7 30. p inl Tlhere :wias."a 'young 'man and a, girl s:ittiigi un.deri a, tree, anid, as he passed by heh wai startled :byia shot Sfioin 'a irev er- The girl: dsaid to himn' ':You keep ba'dck, oir ,you'll: get .one in: the skull. '. He ran away and told MrliHale the curator, hat had liappenied.,'- - - Aitlihur .Bradfidordsid. he -was in :the?gaidedis oi';i the 'same,.- day - ald *timie ,, and: heii rd .-te i'revolver .shot. .He. ran aiay for the ipolice,, but on coming.l acik: to the gardens could not fiid 'anyone. . . ' .Constable Coughllii .said that, owv ing .to complaints -about disgraceful condtct ini; tlie garldens ,he :charged accused witli firing off-a' revolver there "on Su...
OBSTRUCTING CARRIAGE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
* OBSTRUCTING CARRIAGE WAY. 1 rederick Ward was charged with ob structing. the carriage way in Glen ferrie-road, by carting milk cans up to.the?station and remaining there for :tienty-five minutes, imnloading. :'-The defendant, in reply to Con t-tableiWilson, said'he was there for fifteen minutes only, unloading empty iilk c'.?ins, and always used the same : oprtof the road. The horses were ot€across :ther radivay, and he had ? wt-i:l'fuilly. obstructed the carriage I h? cae\iws dismissed.