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PILLOW-SLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
PILLOW-SLIPS. The following congratulatory letter has been received from Lady Helen Munro Ferguson by Mrs. E. C. Rigby (Mayoress of Haw thorn). [coPy]. Government House, Oct. 22nd, 1914. Dear Mrs. Rigby, I would like to congratulate you and the Hawthorn Red Cross Com nmittee on the splendid result of your appeal for 10,000 pillow-slips. They reached the depot yesterday, and make a great display in the ball room. The whole 10,000 will go with the five Australian Hospital units, who will, thanks to this gift from Hawthorn, have a grand dis play of pillow.cases. With many thanks for all you have done in the matter. Yours sincerely, HELEN MUNRO FERGUSON.
KEW BAPTIST CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 30 October 1914
KEW BAPTIST CRICKET CLUB The above club concluded their second match of the season against James Riddle Lodge G.C. on Saturday, 24th inst., and won by 160 runs. &nbsp; Kew Baptists - 1st innings...107 W. Skinner, 1 for 35; G. Hutchins, 5 for 42 ; T: Constable, 4 for 22. Kew Baptists - 2nd innings...6 for 154 (Innings closed) G Hutchins, 2 for 56; T. Constable, 2 for 28; W. Skinner, 0 for 17; J. Lord, 2 for 22 ; J. Gillies, 0 for 10. James Riddle Lodge - 1st innings...47 J. Fagan, 7 for 22; J. Remington, 1 for 15; C. Paul, 2 for 8 James Riddle Lodge - 2nd innings...54 C. Paul, 5 for 30; J. Fagan, 5 for 23. At the beginning of the 2nd innings J. Lord (captain of James Riddle Lodge), received a nasty knock over the left eye from a fast ball, and had to leave the ground, but towards the end of the innings he returned to the wicket to continue his innings. Everybody on the ground appreciated his &nbsp; pluck, and he was well applauded, The Baptists commence their match ag...
THE FRATERNITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 6 November 1914
(THE FRATERNITIES. (Matter intended for publication In this column should be sent In not later than Tuesday afternoond HAWTHORN BRANCHO A.N.A. Mr. L F. Orr presided over a fair attendance at the fortnightly meeting on Oct. 26. Accounts amounting to £15 3s., and sick pay £8, were passed for payment. The Hawthorn branch of the H.A.C. B.S. sent tickets for a social. The A.N.A. Debate Tournament Committee wrote'that the date of entry for debate teams had been extended to Nov. 13. -The work of organising teams was left in the hands of Mr. E. Baker. The Royal Life Saving Society wrote, intimating that they would be pleased to give a display under the auspices of the branch, in the Hawthorn Baths in Jan. usry, and the matter was left to the committee to arrange. A local firm of chemists wrote, asking if the branch contemplated raising chemists' fees, in view of the increased cost of drugs, and intimated that if something were not done they would be unable to continue to take members at lod...
CAN GERMANY WIN? DR. FITCHETT'S VIEWS OF THE WAR? [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 6 November 1914
SCAN GERMANY WIN? ) Di.- FITGIIETT'S VIFWS OF 'l'Hi WAR? One of the best contributions to the literature of the war is made by Dr. Fitchett in "Life," for November. Treating the subject under three fnain sections, he shows very clearly--first, how the challenge of Germany was met; second, how tho whole campaign is mnoving; and, third, the story of the battles. And his final judgment seems to be that Germany, in spite of her magnificent fighting machine, and her wonderful organisation-t- o both of whlich tribute is paid-is foredoomed to failure for reasons which he sets out plainly and very cleverly. Dr. Fitclhett's review of the- war s progress is illustrated with many pages of fine pictures and accompanied by several special articles bearing on the same subject--such as a personal view of tlhe Kaiser .by a leading Australia n mniister uow in London; an informa tive article on the geography of the War;: and a description of the aerial naries of the Great Powers by W. A. Somerset, un...
ST. COLUMBS' CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 6 November 1914
ST. COLUMB!S' CRICKET CLUB. The above club on Saturday last played matches against the Auburn Wesleys at Rathmines road, and the Blue Ribbon "C" Club, Spring Vale, in very unfavorable weather, for cricket, and in both matches, play was stopped on account of the rain, and were declared drawn games. The scores were as follow:--Auburn Wesleys, io5; R. Bee I9, H. Donhay 19 (retired), and T. Bee, z5 (retired). Bowling: St. Columbs, Hayman I for 24, Underwood .r for 23, Gibb z for 13, Cormick I for I4, and T. Stubbings I for 9. St. Columbs a for 7, when rain stopped .play, and match declared drawn. v. Blue Ribbon C.C. at Spring Vale, Blue Ribbon C.C., r56; John stone 54, and Young 58, were the principal scorers. St. Columbs, bowl ing: Mezgen 4 for 19; Crome 3 for S32. St. Columbs, 2 for 54; W. Stub bings 24, Barnes 9, and Crome 2o n.o. Play then ceased on account of rain. Bowling: Blue Ribbon C.C., Young x for -". Johnstone x for' zo. St. Columbs on Saturday next meet a team from the Glac...
"C" TEAM v. AUGUSTINE RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 6 November 1914
"C" TEAM v. AUGUSTINE . RAMBLERS. "C" team, 25 and 5 for 9, beat Augustine Ramblers, 22, and 7 for 23 (innings closed), by 3 runs, on the first innings. Tuck, with 9, was top score, and was the only batsman to do anything. Rose and Moreton each got the hat trick for Augustine Ramb lers, and Bedford, Clinch and Gale secured the wickets for " C." The bowlers apparently had a good time, as the score show. The wicket was like a young Yarra. On Saturday "' C " meet Hyde Park.
THE WAR. GOING TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 6 November 1914
THE WAR. GOING TO THE FRONT. We have received an interesting let ter from our war correspondent, on board s.s.. "Hororata," mid-ocean, October 24th. Tile 6th and 7th bat talian of infantry are on boardl. In the 6th are the boys from Hawthorn, Camberwell, Kew and Richmond, and eastern suburbs. He writes :-" The need "for. amusements to while away the hours is very evident, and residents would do well by forwarding all their spare literature for the use of' the Second Contingent. "All the rifles have been cleaned and oiled, and placed in boxes, in readiness for good service onl the field. " Seven other troopships are now in sight, and signalling flashes are being keenly watched by the troops. "The health of thi troops. is very good. To-day, several com panies were inoculated as a preven tive for disease, and in some cases severe after-effects followed, although the majority came through the ordeal cheerfully. " How glad we will all be to re ceive news of the outer-world again, especia...
"B" TEAM v. BARKER'S ROAD METHODISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 6 November 1914
" B " TEAM v. BARKER'S ROAD METHODISTS. WVinning the toss, Barker's Road went to the wickets, sending in Hale and Prior, to the bowling of Ingle finger and Pitt. The ball was greasy, and, with the rain coming down, everything was in favour of the bat tingside, and a big score was antici pated. However, Pitt secured Prior's wicket with his third ball-a neat catch in the slips by Chappell, field ing as sub., disposing of him. Stocks came next, and made things merry. His driving, placing and timing were first rate; there were no boundaries, but he hit two fours, and four threes in hiis 37, when Lee caught and howled him, the second stick falling for 52. Stock's batting was a treat to witness, and was the best. display we have seen this season. Hale, who was pushing them neatly off his pads, was out for 13--l.b.w.-to Lee, who was keeping the batsmen very quiet now. Day made 14 n.o. in easvy fashion, and the side were out for 86. Lee with 3 for 17, Pitt I for 9g, and Worthington I for 59...
MAYORAL LUNCHEON AT HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 6 November 1914
MAYORAL LUNCHEON A''T, HAWTHORN. The Mayor of Hawthorn (Cr. E. C, Rigby) gave an official luncheon at Glenferrie House on Saturday, 3xst October, in connection with the annual inspection of the city. Amongst the guests were M'ir. McPherson, M.L.A., Mr. R. Beckett and Mr. Merritt, M's.L.C., the Mayors of -Camberwell and Kew, Mr. C. Derham, and Mr. Alex. Cameron, Chairman of the Prahran and Mal vern Tramway Trust. An apology was received from Sir Robert Best. The Mayor of Hawthorn proposed the toast of " The King.-" He said H?awthorn had shown its loyalty by responding nobly to the numerous de nands made at thd present time. The toast was given with musical honours. The mayor then proposed " The State Parliament." He said Mr. McPherson had dolne yeoman service in supporting - the amending of the Local Government Act, which gave municipalities power to deal with the slum areas question, and other im portant matters. Messrs. Beckett and MIerritt had also done good work in supporting the...
CRICKET. EASTERN SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. SOUTH AUBURN A TEAM v. BOX HILL BAPTISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 6 November 1914
CRICKET. EASTERN SUBURBAN ASSO. CIATION. SOUWI'H AUIBURN A TEAM v. BOX HILL BAPTISTS. South Auburn (7 wickets for 178). This match was played at Box Hill 'on Saturday, October_ 3xst. South Auburn's captain winning the. toss, decided to bat first, and opened up with H. Clamp, and H. Walker, but disaster soon came. H. Clamp, after scoring four to leg, being bowled by Black (I wicket for 4). G. Leith, taking the vacant crease, a useful partnership resulted, 67 being up before H. Walker was bowled by Willis, after scoring 38 (2 wickets for 67). C. White fol lowed, the score being 87 before G. Leith was dismissed, after a very use ful 30, by Willis. C. White con tinued to score freely. McKissock, after hitting up 3, was bowled by Swindon. C. White soon followed, after making 22; was caught off Wil lis. N. McWhinney, after a lively r2, was bowled by Jago. L. Brown started well, but was soon dismissed to a fine catch off the bowling of Jago. With S. McWhinney and A. Thomas in, another soli...
Annual Inspection of the City of Hawthorn. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 6 November 1914
Annual Inspection of the City of Hawthorn. Last. Saturday was fixed for the council's nnual official inspection of the city of Hawthorn, and, although tlhe morning was dull, and the forecast for the day was rain, there was a good muster of councillors, hnd it is to be noted that this inspection is more than a month earlier than it was last year, and the progress ahd go-a-head deter mination of oilr council vas"s:in evi dencc by the waiting '' char-a-banc," which replaced the old-time four-in- liand " drag," and we feel assured that our council is determined that our city is' to keep its place as a progres sive and up-to-date centre in the metropolitan area. A comprehensive programme of the route was given to each councillor: The time for starting was fixed at 9.30 a.p. His Worship the Mayor (Cr. Rigby), Mr., W. Broad 'Hall (town clerk), Mr. Jas. Meldrum (city engineer), anid the councillors as sembled at the town hall. The mayor, with his usual energy and thorough: ness,. lost no ti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 6 November 1914
IIINI UIP 'PHNoN SS Haw thorm Exchange, for "Citizen" Printing Works, 438 Burwood read, Hawthorn. Up-to-date Plant. Wrhakmanship guaranteed. Yen w, anve measy by haviag TOn RI nYING DONE THERE CHILDREN ALL LIKE ZAM-BUIE MIOTH.IIERIS SAY THERE'S NOTHING LIIE IT FOIR SORES AND WOUNDS. Zam-Buk is a boon to mothers. \Wh'cther a child has cut or burned it self or caught infectious disease like ringworm, or scalp sores-the best thing to do is to apply Zam-l3uk. Children ask' for Zam-Buk when any mishap befalls them, because they know that the balm stops smarting pain and does them good. POISONED KNEE.--Mrs. A. Lom- I bard, Macleggan-street, Dunedin, N.Z., says: "My little boy James, fell and cut' his knee open. James' leg was so bad that he could scarcely move about, I applied Zam-Buk to the child's knee aind it purified and healed the wound in a very short'time." SCALP SORES.-,Mrs. M. Warner, Webbcrs-road, Carlton, Sydney, says: " One of our children suffered from an attack of scalp dise...
SWINBURNE TECHNICAL COLLEGE. DIRECTOR'S REPORT. THIRD TERM, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 6 November 1914
- SWINBURNE TECHNICAL COLLEGE. . DI)RECTOR'S REPORT. THIRD.TERM, 19I4. The number of students attending the various-classes during the third term was 663, the class roll amount ing-to 77i-an increase of 29 oni the second tenn.r The fees received and the class mateiial:: sold amdomnt to £343 14s. 6d.;, an increase of Li8 's. 7d. over the previous term, and an increase of £83 's. rod. over the corresponding term for the year -1913. Attendances in the classes for males have been somewvhat adversely affected by the partia mobilisation of the De fence Forces. This will no aoubt continue to affect us for some time to come. The women's classes are es pecially well-attended, and the in crease in the dressmaking classes is phenomenal. The classes opened in the first term with 67 students. In the second term there was in increase of 20 students, making the total, 87. This term there has been a further increase of 21 students, making a total in attendance of xo8. These figures have never previ...
TWO VIEWS. MEN VERSUS WOMEN WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 6 November 1914
TWO VIEWS. MEN VERSUS WOMEN WORKERS. Mr. Walter Judd, at the annual meeting of Heywood and Co., pub lishers of trade papers: "Another secret of their success was that they encouraged. women workers. He was personally a great believer in the business acumen of women. 'I consider,' he said, 'that most of the present-day young men are slackers. The result of this slack ness will be that the coming male generation will find it more and more difficult to hold their own--owing to the competition they. will have to shhre with womilen.' ' . The "Daily Chronicle": "There is one profession at least in which men are more than holding their own against women. This is 'on the road.' " The census returns show that the number of female commercial travel lers is 665, while males number 8S,830. Small as is the proportion of women, it is even smaller than was formerly the case, according to the secretaries of two societies, connected with commercial travellers, and the reason given is that 'on the ro...
WELCOME TO MR. ALFRED BOWLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 6 November 1914
\WELCOME TO MR.; ALFRED ' BOWLEY. At the invitation of the mayor (Cr. WV. H. Renwick) the councillors of Canmberi~vell met in the maydr's room on Monday liight to welcome ex-Cr. Alfred Bowley, who hhs just re turned from a trip to Great Britain. .Mr. Bowley was re-elected a mem ber of the north ward of the Camber well Council at the last elections, but, being detained in England on ac count of the war, was unable to re turn in time to make the formal de claration after his election, and his seat was declared vacant. He has again nominated.
TEMPERANCE NOTES. Selected by the W.C.T.U., Kew East Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 6 November 1914
TEMPERANCE NOTES. Selected bythe W.C.T.U., Kew East Branch. At a public meeting in the Audi torium last week Mr. Finlayson, M.H.R., who presided, said that if the people would just consider what had happened lately in regard to the great liquor question, they would see that not only in Victoria, but through out the world, the people were going to test the question of whether there should be prohibition. To him the signs of the times were particularly bright and hopeful. After sixty years of State Prohibition, State No licence, State Local Option, and other State methods of dealing witlh the drink trniffic, the Temperance bodies of the United States of America had coalesced and combined, with the ob ject of establishing national prohibi tion. And in our sister Dominion of New Zealand, they had decided on a national vote in regard to prohibi tion-prohibition, not only covering the retail sale of liquor, but also its manufacture and importation. People here were beginning to think it w...
FRATERNITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 6 November 1914
FRATERNITIES. The following local friendly socie ties meet fortnightly in the Hawthorn Hall, Burwood-road. The secretary's name and address is given under each. Grand United Order of Oddfel lows, James Riddell Lodge.-Secre tary: P. lMlcKie, 29I Burwood-road, Glenferrie. Grand United Order of Free Gar: deners, Hawthorn Lodge.-Secre tary: A. H. Hennett, 82 Rosebery. street, Auburn. Independent Order of Rechabites, Hawthorn Tents, Senior and Junior. -Secretary: R. Batten, x8 Stanley avenue, Auburn. Independent Order of Oddfellows, Loyal Hawthorn Lodge.-Secretary: R. H. Hammett, 17 Liddiard-street, Glenferrie. Hibernian Australasian Catholic Benefit Society, St. Joseph's Branch. -Secretary : E. F. Williams, "Car mel," 57 Grove-road, Hawthorn. Sons and Daughters of Temperance, Hawth6rn . Division, Senior and Junior.-Secretary: Jos. Watt, Chau cer-crescent, Canterbury. Protestant Alliance Friendly So ciety, Loyal Glenferrie Lodge.-Sec retary: John Aldred, 6 Tooronga-rd., Auburn. Ancient O...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 6 November 1914
Best Advertising ~J~iuinal for the East rn Subu bs lvi elbouri e. Business Notices. VALUE IN FURNITURE of Style & Quality S All prospective home-furnishers are cordially invited to inspect our up-to-date stock. It includes every thing that is needed for the complete equipment of every class of home, and a great many Inexpensive Suites in the best styles and designs, suitable for large or small rooms. Though we do not make a feature of cre"-d:-"rnlshing, ive offer really remarkable value for cash and can arrange extended payments if desired. J, Perriman & Sons Complete House Furnishers, Opp. Hawthorn Town Hall. Tel. 191. Advance Engine Works rear 23 Kingsley Street, East Camberwell. LANCFORD and JOHNSTONE, ENGINEERS and MACHINITS DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES SUBMITTED, Repairs to any make of Gas, Oil or Steam Engines, Portable, Marine or SYtationary, Refrigerating and Electrical Machinery, Cars, Motor Cycles, and Magnetos, Overhauled and Repaired. . Pumps and Irrigating Plan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 6 November 1914
GUARDIAN ::Assurance Company Limited S FIRE. PERSONALI S_ _ACCIDENT. Crop, Stook, and Employer's Stack ? - Liability. • '"' " Stack?.- ) :?i: Insurances Workmen's Speciality. Compensation F ity -~Public Fidelity - - Guarantee. .. ' - isk. Plate Glass, Motor Car Assets Exceed Six and. a Half Millions. CHIEF AUSTRALIAN OFFICE: - 452 Collins Street, Mlelbourne. JUST ARRIVED !! T-EW SHIPMENT OF ARTISTIC - Wall Papers Ex S.S. " BENALLA.' Samples cheerfully Posted on receipt of 'Phone or Post Card MIessage. J. HARRISON, Importer, IHOOMVE DECORATOR. Phone 20 91 Burwood Rd., West Hawthorn. NEWBURY Cash Draper, S184 Burke Road, Camberwell ?NEXT SAVINGS BANK). We are Noted for Uniform Sterling Value. You may depend on Good Quality in Underclothing, SHosiery, Calicoes and Flannels, at reasonable prices. . Thi. may be proved by a purchase, so do not leave the District for Drapery until you have tried NEWBURY'S BBUY GRIFFITHS' - TEAS SALESROO1M--66 ELIZABETH STREET. "Send-off" Gifts sc O-7200 Ni...
LADIES' LODGES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 6 November 1914
LADIES' LODGES. Australi~an Women's Association, Hawthorn Branch-Secretary: Miss Alice Burton, 142 Burwood road, Hawthorn. Protestant Alliance Friendly Society, Loyal Carnation Lodge. Secretary: Miss Aldred, 6 Tooronga road, Auburn. Ancient Order of Foresters, Court Auburn.-Secretary: Miss M. A. Price, 36 Auburn-road, Auburn. Loyal Boroondara Lodge, 4729, M.U.I.O.O.F.-Secretary: T. J. Austen, 70 Liddiard-street, Haw thorn. Meets in M.U. Hall, Bur wood-road, on alternate Wednesdays. A.N.A., Town Hall, Hawthorn. Secretary: T. Rust, 33 Bell-street, Glenferrie. Victoria Lodge, No. 8, United Grand Lodge of Freemasons-H. G. Garnham, Secretary, 27 Lisson-grove, Hawvthorn. Meets every second Tues day in Hawthorn Town Hall.