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ST. COLUMB'S CRICKET CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
ST. COLUT B'S CRICKET CLUB This club on Saturday last, met a team from the Daspye Cricket Club, in good weather, and after an enjoyable afternoon's cricket, the Daspye club ran out winners by 14~ runs. The opposing team's captain winning the toes sent in the St Columb's boys to make usa of the wickets, opening with Parkinson and Burns, but before long Parkinson had to vacate the crease being caught off the howling of West. W. Stubbings then joined G. Burns, and runs began to come freely, till Burns was bowled by: Brown, -af.er batting steadily for 11, Stubbingslater -being bowled after batting nicely for 29 by West. H. Boyd at the. tail end of the innings also batting nicely for 21, and also making the biggest hit of the day off Brown. G. Barnes batted steadily for 12 n.o., and also G. Lausley for 11. The wicket takers being West 5 for 46 and Brown 5 for 31. The Daspye club then took possession, but they -had a very disastrous start, Hayman taking the first two wickets off his first...
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS Questions for this column should be sent in on Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
QUESTIONS & ANSWIsN Questions for this column should be sent in on Tuesday. In answer to our correspondent's question re fair prices, we reply as follow- When you quote a price too low to keep another tradesman out of his legitimate earnings, you not only wrong those dependent upon you, but you do injury to all who ate in the same line of business with you. Any act that intentionally damages another individual has an element of crime in it. In snako-bite cases, Coffee is in valuable. It causes a healthy and safe stimulation of the heart's action which is absolutely necessary to the patient under such an ordeal. Strong Coffee should be given at frequent in tervals while the specified remedies for snake-bite are being carried out. You are requested to become a sub scribed to the "Citizen." A postal note for 5s. will pay for one year's subscription post free. Published every Friday.at 438 Burwood-road, Hawthorn, Melbourne.
"C" TEAM V GLEN HEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
"C" TEAAM V GLEN HEIGHTS. " 0" team won by 10 wickets. Glen Heights scoring 20 and 59, and '; C " team 66 and 0 for 16. Tuck with 20 u.o. and 10 u.o. batted wull and Clinch with 7 captured most wickets. Von Mylius 24 and Hayman 20 were top scores for the Glen boys 8tornger with 5 and Dickie with 3 secured the wickets. 'C " team played with 9 and Glen Heights with 8 men. It seems a pity to have matches every Saturday The boys must attend drill some time and it would be a good idea if the Assocn cout out the last round and had a few byes, otherwise the Clubs will have trouble every Saturday in placing a full in the field. Perhaps the junior clubs could discuss this amongst them selves, as present indications point to a bad season, On Saturday "0 " team play Augustine Ramblers on ground to to be decided this week, Members are reminded that subs must be paid at once
DISGRACEFUL BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
DISGRACEFUL BUILDING. Camberwell conncil has complained to the Education department of the dis graceful condition ofacottageattached to the Camberwell school, set aside as quarters for the caretaker, and has urgedits deniolition. The department declined to do away with the building, but promised to put it in properrepair. On Monday night a report on the subject from Dr. Kilviugton, the local health officer,was read, stating that he had inspected the building, and found that it had been fumigated, and that the occupants had informed him the "bugs had now been destroyed." The buildings were extremely old. No water came through the roof, but in many places the lining boards did not meet, and the gaps had been filled in with paper and "sticking plaster", Although it could not be said that the buildings wereinsanitary, yet theywere uncomfortable. To place them in good order would cost more than the structure was worth. The council decided to forward a copy of the report to the Education ...
Burns and Scalds [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
Burns and Scalds Smarting Pain and Inflammation Zam Buk Cures Mother and Daughter. By healing the mother's fearful scalds and the daughter's burns, Zam Buk has proved a real friend in the, home of Mrs, E. McDonald, of 91 Thomas-street, Ultimo, Sydney. "One day, whilst living up at New castle," says Mrs McDonald, "I was on with the cooking, when by some means a big dish of fat caught fire on the stove. The sudden sheet of flame so alarmed me that I upset the scalding liquid all over my arms, My dress caught fire, and my skin and flesh got fearfully burnt. In parts where the sinews were drawn up Iny arms presented a sickening appearance. "Though I tried remedy after remedy my fearful injuries went unhealed for six months. Then I happened toget apotof Zam-Buk, and the ease it brought was remarkable. Zam-Buk soothed away the pain and irritation, and drew aill the fiery feelings out of the wounds. As I per severed with Zam-Buk the inflammation was thoroughly got rid of, the distorted sin...
Subdividing Nunawading Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
Subdividing Nunawadinff Shire. A deputation of ratepayers of the Surrey Hills and Box Hill ridings of Sthe Nunawading shire waited upon Camberwell council on Monday night, to advocate the'rexcision of these ridings from Nunawading, and their amalamation with the City of Cam berwell. The presidernt (Or.Redman) and several councillors of Nunawading, by invitation of the Camberwell council attended thenmeeting. Mr. W, H. Elsum said the depu. tation voiced the views of the Nuna wading Citizene' Association, repre senting 500 residents, and embracing the Surrey HillsandiBox Hill branches of the A.N.A., and.progress associa tions of Surrey Hills,Mont Albert and Riversdale. The Surrey Hills and Box Hill ridings of Nunawading were residential suburbs, and theirinteresls were with Camberwell. If the two first named ridings were amalgamated with OCamberwell, the eastern boundary of that city would be Middleburgh road and it would coincide with the boundary of the Boroondara electorate of the ...
LETTERS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
LETTERS RECEIVED. From City of Hawthorn Bowling Club, inviting councillors to electric light match on November 2nd Invi tation accepted. From Town Clerk, Kew, and Chief Secretary, re appointment of repre sentative on Fire Brigades Board. From Prahran and Malvern Tram way's Trust, notifying ncceptance of tender of W.O. Burne, for erection of Car Depot and Sub-station, corner Barker's road and High street. From Minister of Public Health, regardiug appointment of represen tative on Public Health Board. From D. and J. Evans, re land, Porter street. Referred to Legislative Committee. From Hawthorn Swimming Club, regarding use of Gymnasium-Con sideration of this matter has been deferred SFrom Prahran and Malvern Tram ways' Trust, notifying acceptance of tender for crossing, Malvern road The Committee has duly noted the contents of this letter. From S Judd, suggesting that Malmsbury street be extended to Auburn road-The Committee cannot see its way to recommend extension of this street at ...
LOCAL GOVERNMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
LOOAL GOVERNMENT BILL. Or. Russell reported that this Bill had been passed, all the provisions were not obtained, but nevertheless the result was satisfactory. One por tion suggested by Hawthorn Counucil had passed both houses on Tuesday. He congratulated the Government on the step they had taken to forward the interest in local matters. Coun cils now had complete control of plans and sub-divisions; also power to deal with persons who sub-divide land Cr. WVoo.] moved that the represen tativee of Public Bodies be requested to report same . Seconded by Cr. Schwerin. The Mayor suggested that authority be given the Council to purchase a suitable bookcase, wherein the recep lion of all minutes of public bodies could be kept, and made available for use 'of c. uncillors.
Auburn Baptist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
Auburn Baptist Church. The4 Rev. W. G. Pope, successor to the Rev. F. E. Harry, has arrived from Londo", with his wife and family. A public welcome was accorded to them on Thursday night. The new pastor will commence his ministry on Sunday next. Mr. Pope resigned his ministry at Toxteth Tabernacle, Liverpool, to accept charge of the Auburn church. He has had an interesting career. After a training at Harley College. Lon don, Mr. Pope went to Algeria, North Africa, where he spent 10 years in mis sionary work among French, Italians, Jews, and Arabs. At the French Uni versity in Algiers he secured his Arabic diploma as professor of Arabic, and constantly preached in French, Arabic, and Italian. Then, for five years, he travelled Great Britain as deputation secretary for the Regions Beyond Mis sionary Union. Eight years ago he accepted the call to Toxteth Tabernacle. REV, W. Gi POPE. In Liverpool he filled many impor tant offices. He was president of the Liverpool Baptist Union, preside...
REPORT OF GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
REPORT OF QENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE, Obstruction to traf·ic in Glenferrie road-The Committee recommends that the Railway Department be written to, requesting it to make pro vision for receiving milk cans, &c, in Alfred street. Question of acquiring land Corner of Burwood and Cam berwell roads-Consideration of this matter has been deferred. Re Depot Sites-The Committee recommends letter of Mr J.Ed. Burke be referred to Hawthorn Tramways Trust, and that. he be informed Council does not desire to purchase same. Curator,s report, re Horse in Gardens--The Committee recommends this matter be left in hands of the Chairman and the Mayor. Re Account from Postal Depart ment-The Committee recommends that Council render further account for full amount of claim, less £1 14s lid; that copy of Engineer's report be for warded to the Department. Recommendations adopted. Mr. Hale, curator, reports i CE?ITRAL GARDENS--These grounds are in fairly good order. Owing to the 'dry weather and cold ...
HAWTHORN TRAMWAY TRUST [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
HAWTHORN TRAMWAY TRUST Cr. Nolan reported as to the doings of the Hawthorn Trust. £150,000 had been obtained at the rate of 5 per cent., which is an increase on the amount charged when the Trust first started, but conditions were far better than. at the present-the upheaval of the nation being responsible for the rise in rates of interest. Tenders have been called for the sleepers, but same have not finally been dealt with, yet on the figures submitted £3000 less is expected to be paid. This item will be a great saving. Car Depot-The land at corner of Wallen road and Power street was suggested as a suitable site.: The subject was gone into carefully by the engineer, and was found eminently fit for present end probably future constructions. Cost of Rails-The Trust is not yet in a position to report on this matter. Cr. Wood paid a compliment on behalf of the Council to ex-councillor Mr. D. H. Dureau, who was Haw thorn's first representative on the Trust. It was mainly due to his un ti...
MALVERN TRAMWAY TRUST [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
MALVERN TRAMWAY TRUST Cr. Russell reported on his first attendance at the meeting of the Trust. They had a profitable year showing about £5000 to their credit, out of which Prahran, according to terms of agreement, takes £2000, the balance being divided amongst the various municipalities, Hawthoru's share being £300. The car mileage in Hawthorn was in 1918, 60,000 miles, whilst for this year the distance travelled was 180,000 miles; the passengers carried for 1914 was 16¼ millions against 9 mil lions for previous ye.ir The running will probably be a little more expensive this year owing to in crease of wages, grater interest, re serve funds etc Tenders had been let for Kew Line.
Children's Playground for Camberwell Children. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
Childreni~'s Playground for Camberwell Childrea. Messrs. Brennan and Thorn kindly gave a very interesting and instructive resume of the objects that the Guild had before them, which consisted of - the reservation of grounds suitable for children's play ground in the centres of pbpulation. The erection on these reserves of suitable equipment for organised play out of school hours. The appointment of play leaders so that the children will he kept off the streets, and will not be left to their own resources, but become at once interested and taught how to get the most enjoyment and good physically out of their play; so that the child's life will not be in any way cramped by its environment, but the character and personality of each given free scope to develop and be'come better citizens After securing the ground which is the first and most important step. the next is to purchase and erect the equipment, and this costs money, and it is for the people of Camberwell to move in the matter ...
THE FRATERNITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
THE FRATERNITIES: (Matter intended for publication in this column should be sent in not later than Tuesday afternoon,) CAMBIZRWELL BRANCH, -'A.N.A.: The ordinary meeting of the above Branch was held on Thursday evening, at Adams' Hall, President H. Hocking in the chair. There was a good attend ance of members. After routine business and a notice of motion given for future meeting as to the expediency of having intoxicating liquors at the Annual Smoke Nightl having been disposed of, the Syllabus iteni for the evening was contributed by representatives from the Guild of Play.
MOTOR CAR FOR ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
MOTOR CAR FOR ENGINEER. The Mayor, in moving '"That a motor car be purchased at once for the engineer, and that the purchase be left in the hands of the Mayor and Chairman of Committees (Cr. Ward)" said that an engineer who had to keep sight of 2300 acres,90 miles of stireets, 60 to 100 mnen, public works in all corners, bridge at Burke'road one day and Toorongs road next,and entrusted to expend £30,000 to- £60,000 each year of the ratepayers' money was entitled to proper conveyance whereby he would be able to carry out his duties more efficiently,and give proper supervision. Or. Mackay seconded. Cr. Lord said he was opposed to the purchase of a car. The engineer was provided with means of conveyance as is shown by perusal of the council accounts, the sum of £32 12s being debited to travelling expenses, made up by taxi cabs cost ing £14 17s 6d, cabs £17 148 6d, and he considered it would be far chea per than purchasing a car, theupkeep of which would be costly, probably £52 a year o...
IRISH NATIONAL FORESTERS' CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
IRISH NATIONAL FORESTERS' CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Hawthorn V. Richmond, played at Grace Park, on Saturday 17th and 24th October. Richmond 1st innings,80, 2nd innings 113. P.Bryant 5 for 55, E.Owen 4 for 19, A. Newmai I for 5, I. Feamn none for 27. Hawthorn lst innings 59, 2nd innings 33. G. Hayes 4 for 13, D. Doennelly 2 for 17, E. Boyer 1 for 1. Richmond won outright by 101 runs. Next match Hawthorn v. South Melbourne, to be played at Grace Park, Hawthorn, Saturdays 31st October and 7th November,
"B" TEAM V. AUBURN BRICKWORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
" B" TEAM V. AUBURN BRICKWOR KS. South Auburn " B "e with 1 for 11 resumed batting to ti bowling of Clanoy and Christopher. Pitt was run out immediately. However Lee and Brown defied the attack for half an hour, when Brown was bowled by Clancy. Lee whose strongest point seems.to be his dashing fotward play made 30, and was then dismissed lbw. With the exception of Inglefinger. No one else troubled the bowlers, as the side were out for 66. Christopher 3 for 37 and Clancy 3 for 23 secured the wickets. Fifty runs were required and Royley and Christopher opened to the bowling of Pitt and L. Tough. Royley was out early being bowled by Tough. Christopher gave an early chance which was mulled, and then the runs came. I have never seen a bats man score so neat cn the leg side as Christopher did in this innings, he wa.s still uuconqu ed when the match was over with 41 to his credit. He wins a trophy for this score and thoroughly deserves it. Brickworks won by 7 wickets. This is their first w...
CRICKET. EASTERN SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. SOUTH AUBURN "A" V. SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
CRICKET. EASTERN SUBURBAN ASSO CIATION. SOUTH AUBURN " A " V. SURREY BILLS. Surrey avenue 49. South Auburn 6 for 119.was the result of the first days pl?dy. ??' ing to some trouble witlq the owiie:of the ground, Surrey avenue had to abandon the match in favor of South Auburn. South Auburn regret that Surrey avenue were forced to this decision, and hope that satis factory arrangements will be made for the future. Members will be pleased to hear that Will Kelly is back, and will be in the team against Box Hill Baptists on Saturday next. Players are reminded that train leaves Auburn. at 2.20 p.m. E. Pullen has so far this season secured 12 wickets for 30 runs, and should have. a chance of being selected in the competition team.
Hawthorn City Council. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
Hawthorn City Council. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28. Present-His Worship the Mayor (Or. Rigby) in the chair, and Crs. Wood, Roche, Lord, Ward, Russell, Sckwerin, Sambell,Nolan and Mackay Leave of absence was granted to &nbsp; Cr Burton.