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CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
CONDITIONS 1: . . Tho lwiinneri of the Best~ Bowling Avcrage niutst have bowled Jit leist 450 balls, and Shall have ilayed in at ilcast t wo-thids of the matohes 5lay 1:.ed: And the whinener of .the:fHighest.Batting : Sverage: allnd the Iigvhest Individual Score, - S.sliall have played:.in two-thirds 6f tlie matcehs played. A w alkover shall not count as a match played in the individual: averages.
THE EASTERN SUBURBS' CRICKET ASSOCIATION. (Inaugurated 1904.) SEASON 1914-15. OFFICE-BEARERS: Patrons [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
THE EASTERN SUBURBS' CRICKET SASSOCIATION. (Inaugurated 1904.) SEASON 1914-15. OFFICE-BEARERS: Patrons S'The Hon Sir Robert Best, M.H.R.; Messrs. C. ."':Bethiune M. Dew, G. H. Doery, E : F. . S Goode, . Gibson, Rev: W. H. Holdsworth :: :W. G. Hiscock, W,. M. McPherson; J. Weir, - :; J. Va M. Wood, President A. T. Danks, Esq. Vice-President- -' S-. ; :. . G. H. Doney, Esq. Hon. Secretary and Treasurer-' S'Mr W. A. Hotchin, "Charleston," Wattloe. :. Valley Road, Canterbury. Hon. Assistant Secretary- . Mr. H. L. Whitman. Hon. Auditors Messrs. H. Davidson and W. B. Rashleigh.
ST. COLUMB'S CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
Ihle above -,CIUluW ibn'a, turday Jlab afternoon s Ci s ri i peretveathierj St: Columb sfbos mh lsnagedt ovr n by 39 runs P. io to the commence mentb ofteitlida s luk~tieti.!t c:aptain for the aboyiea;was elected fiorthefi sea son 'which ibresulteWdi . Cimick .being ;:'appointed. captain.;with"'C. offeicd ot ilad , y, suppor f. a i the was very; cetbyakni ebdb the pla ri. e -ieblls-S esas~ Cassoii, - Bowlin "St"S . aub - Murrty, roc , ocick1 fo i P. B3urns, foifi; 6: St gColumib's : 93 ' "LK NMurray,:i 25 : Bosustiow, 20o not otit; T· C6rmick, i :o. : .'Bowiig: Glabiaritum :m Marsland, 5 for 33; Bvyrne, 3 10or ?9 -,; On Saturday next, St :Coluimb's meet a team from the-East Prahran Cricket 'Club;" bn our own iground, situated at comner.of Callahltina-'oad and Berkley-street. Ainy intending members are heaitily iinvited, to comne along, where they will. always re2eive a welcome.
TROPHIES, 1914-15. SENIOR GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
TROPHIES, 1914-15. SENIOR GRADE.., : .Prmiers, trophy. valued £4 4s., alid the As -'?:: ociation's Silver Oup, which shiall become the .i::-plroperty -of t;hel Club wininng- same for threo ; sis£ : 'seasons; 'tRuncnrs.up,"; trophy,.~valued. :-3. 3s;'. ' Baittiing avore agi tiopliyIalued ?i Is.; Bowling: 'ravrnmiea t"pi ,1y-'vahlieo£1 ls.';Higlicst Indivi :' diial IScoie, tirphy valued 10s: 6d.
BISHOP OF GIPPSLAND AT ST. COLUMB'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
BISHOP OF GIPPSLAND AT ST. COLUMB'S CHURCH. On,Sunday last, Dr. Pain, Bishop of Gippsland, preached, at St. Columb's Church, Hawthorn, to large congregations. -'In. the' evening the Bishop took for his text Isaiah-lvii. 18-" I have seen their. way-, and I will heal them." " Dr. Pain said that tlhe w:ords (vere spoken by God'through the voice df His prophet to the Jewiish nation. and were calculated to arouse :tliat nation and cause them" some sense of shame. They were not spoken in the way of a threatened revenge or a threatened visitation, but they meant that He would cure .them in His own way. The outlook in society to day showed that they were, to a large extent, not only forgetting God, but they w'ere .doing without God.' That was especially noticeable in. the:ten-' dency of'the present time to break down the observance 0f the Sabbath Day. There was no-doubt, also, that there was to-day a greater love of gain and a love of frivoliity was more manifest than was the case fifty yea...
EASTERN SUBURBS CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
EASTERN SUBURBS CRIC'kET_. ASSOCIATION. The above Associatioin has decided to start a Patriotic Fund,,aid ask'the clubs' to collect amoigst their. plavers. As there a'r-n 6eteen h reeand four hundredi players inteAs ociationd fair.suim shouldbecollected l amouns imust b o ded thoh the secretaryof'eclil Uf bb " fIie't enidio6f Novemeil:i I - y I hai alsdo lieen iagreed to enteri team for: the ictoria, Jujio Cricklt Union nter-iComptition 'n;atciies All pla'i irs imust be-'uhder 2?.years Matcihes ill be pliryd on-turf wicdkets ;and as far as possible oin pubiic?li-1
HAWTHORN BRANCH, A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
HAWTH?ORN BRANCH, A.N.A. President L. F. Orr occupied .the chair at the meeting on_ Septemiber 28, and there was a'fair :aittenlldalnce Oiie newv memberv was adimitted?:: Accouints amounting: to £48, and sick ipay £7 , 3s. 4d., w ere :paissed foir paytment Messrs. Beninett and:. Holzer.: delivered reports froim tlhe Hawi;thorn Dispdn sary, and membeis e?re; gratified to learn: that Mr . J:J:. JBennetti.haid been unanimously rie elected I?sieide~lnhit of: the Dispensaryj.,,-(.; ":i .; The President selpoi'cted that twelvei inembers of the brancli: hadS sipnt the w:~eek-end ataci~ci??h?is i lid htad biee-r ro ally eneitdrbii y mh;idi n iembier? of th2e local brianch i ho haid ?lipaed no pains ito makethe trip eiijoyablet entertaini;ig thei-visitbrs? at as?oke:a. social, rifl shoot; billaiidoriidtun ment, anid i wooddchpping contet onii the -t?i, and diiving thei to the eriiOee Gorge and piovidli'? g the with liicliceon on: the "y7th- - tliorin on "the rfleishotle by 5 pint `~illi~g :t...
ST. JOHN'S V. SOUTH AUGURN "B." [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
ST .jOHN'S V S."OUTH AUGUiRN B .: . :. I. B it St J hn I at:F Cai-, taiii PittsetStiJohiis to tli wickets ITom ?iWade;: of tfoot i,; ilfa me-,cap-: 'taiuied- St:.':John i'S''andi l accompanied' aTow ler at/point wich w as acceptedq siix s hewiasgiven Strmn 'outf-Ia'very' Wde coiltiii ie ' d b o a.gi ififhi fl bad decision" Teiest as: is' the'ap parent hlibit of :the: side. againistSt. Auburn failed and flhescoeai% fi reached ,i 5.:Uindouibtedl} in Deani anidd WadeStig:Jolm's possess t: i? .tioi Niil& boiwers i 'er ied, aiid Pitt with 4foi ar , and; Jones, 2fos s ;iiftrillled thelb?atsimen st I/ ' fielding -was 'excellent oily oe catchi eigi dsope o. t uit buli ii , for . ,do iot appear to haivelsthck foim, albeit' thieir .wereseeven `iew\,? riiiern thie tam, anidperhaps nervousness'ac counited for tleiif ailure. :.featiu.e of 'the matciih ias' tle wiecket-krepilrg; of -*r MasonFwhoy&lt;onlyiallowed byes:.. Consideriing S that- tliis was his first. attempt. itl'tliu.c...
CRICKET. SOUTH AUBURN CRICKET CLUB. SOUTH AUBURN "A" V. AUBURN BRICKYARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
CRICKET SOUTH AUBURN -CRICKIET CLUB. :- SO UTH. AU BURN," A . V. :V . AUBURN IBRICKYARDS The openiing: match of; the: season was commenced lrast Saturday on the South Auburni~rieservef'etween-, the: above teanis South Auburn played Brow h anid Leath, two new - ,members, and included -N. McWhinney and C. White fromn- the :.,-B', teamr All shaiped well, and :showed. -that 'the selection committee .were ejustified in: promoting these plaers:' As ugual, E?iPullen ihd S. McWhinney opened' the ~ attack, buit. their .opponents ·.did ni6 tiiouble '-the 'scoier m'iuclh; 13 runs ian;d Io;-sundrlies carriied- thescore to 23: Pullen icolecting' 6 wickets for'8, indi Captai'n -McWhinney- 3. fo i . 5 (Southif Auburni, iiri compiling . 91. ;: shlioed -fairlformi. Browl,- witia neat -8, being top:scorer-.; ":i'alker j3 ;,A .-Gates ,.: i-R McKissck : 8 ntot itt, N. McWliinney r iiandLeath ?o,:;all scored well. :Christopher, .with 4 fol 29, w as the:best of four.bowileis. I: theit seconid ;attempt th...
SENSATIONAL BOLT. LOCAL MILKMAN'S LOSS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 9 October 1914
&nbsp; SENSATIONAL BOLT. LOCAL MILKMAN'S LOSS. Early on Monday morning last, one of Mr.C. E. Rigby's drivers was serv &nbsp; ing a customer in Prospect Hill-road, Camberwell, when the horse suddenly took fright and bolted towards Auburn, narrowly missing several other vehicles on the road; his mad career was brought to an end in Albert-street with the railway gates. The horse, jumping the gates, was thrown over the train on to the, &nbsp; opposite side, and escaped With only a few bruises. The cart was splin- tered into matchwood, and the harness consideiably broken. Mr.- C. E. Rigby, of Victoria-road, Auburn, estimatesl his loss at between £40 and £50, which is partly covered by in surance in the Federal Mutual Society. &nbsp; &nbsp;
HOW WOMEN ARE HELPING THE EMPIRE. THE VIEWS OF LADY MUNROFERGUSON. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 16 October 1914
HOW WOMEN ARE HELPINGC THE EMPIRE. THE VIEW S OF LADY MUNRO S FERGUSON. --, The answer'to. the-call of duty 1has ... Ieen-made and- iade -with hno' ncer' tainivoice^ 1 ithe oimeniiof Aiistral asia,-says I 'ver'vlady's jotruial ?in its secoind Waar Nuriber for WoV6meri Alorig the pathwhlic wa-is ointed out to them, :Australia's? women; are trtidg ing. cheerfully :ungrudgingly v vet Soften with lauitghter that is akin to tears. To-day, in every corner of the Com monwealtl, "fronin Governmeint lHouse to' the lhuts., o-'butback,". women :arie contriving; schemitigi planning, work in g,; and there' is no confusion,- no useless. haste;.:and expenditure of un- necessaryi energy. Federal. Governmient House. : Mel bourne, is one of the '" Conceitr-ation Camps('. i for it. has been',made the headqiarters -of .the ?;Australan Red, Cross 'Socieiti vof hiich .LIadn Helen Munro-Ferguson -is the :president. At the present time the ballrooi- somewhat resembles .a- warehouse:. Long tables are packed...
MAYORAL LUNCHEON AT KEW. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 16 October 1914
MAYORAL LUNCHEON AT KEW. . . The Mayor of Kew (Cr. Ratten) gave an official luncheon in the Town Hall on Friday,. 9thlinst., iicnniec tion with the annual inspectioif~ of the municipality.- .-Amongst thie. guekft s Merritt, M. L.C.andithel Max ids of Haii thorn anid Cambiellkl? Cr.,5 Weir ?proposed a,?The :?State Parliamient 'Mr AIet n,; M ,Cerin2: -? res o?ding for- the 'Legislatii e C-ouncil;n expresed regiet at thenidiatoriness ofth Go enesh nimn;d connectionis? h t:leii; a-eM i cipal Tramwixay sTiustgBill liIt w of great timpoiot ince tha in Act shouild bie passed ith one i gttivingthe iun palities pow es di l to del x tith te iit x ayiqestio Tihi e bil lhad beien shehiled gon 'iccoutnt o Giext Melbourne Bill ltiitlihouoh itoldnot itie .wiinerr i?th i.tlihe cicnation FT:ofS ; , 7-\\ 5~-ou;l?P ?reco sid ;::.:?ts: r4??it ct~d~iredlj Gr'eatertMelborinleCou-tncifl Ms MboPheison00 i A seese t. te nli~~ cihess'i·i foitl t:h"e i lining Local Goieminienit iAts beinig piassed-, so that p...