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IRISH NATIONAL FORESTERS' CRICKET ASSOCIATION. HAWTHORN v. SOUTH MELBOURNE, PLAYED AT GRACE PARK, HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 13 November 1914
IRISH NATIONAL FORES TERS' CRICKET ASSOCIA TION. HAWTHORN v.. SOUTH MEL BOURNE,, PLAYED AT GRACE PARK, HAW THIORN. Hawthorn 22 and i6 (P. Bryant 23, T. Cleary 14, T. Mahoney 12, J. Williams three for 9 and three for o0,. W. Cullen four for 9, J. Sin clair five for 38). South Melbourne, 138 (G. Sinclair 41, F. Sinclair 34, J. Sinclair 22, J. Moloney io not out; E. Owen four for 47, P. Bryant two for 43, J. Owen one for 7, T. Page one for i8). South Melbourne won by an innings and 60 runs. Next match : Hawtliomrn v. Carlton, at Royal Park, Saturdays, November I4 and 21.
LETTERS RECEIVED [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 13 November 1914
LE TERS RECEIVED From Town Clerk, Port Melbourne, re appointment of representative on Metropolitan Fire Brigade Board. From Town.Clerk, Fitzroy, relative to future control of Tramways. From Joint Municipal Tramways' Comrnmittee, re Metropolitan Tramwiys. From Conference re Rating Gas Coy's undertakings, forwarding report of action taken. F?rom Pvahran and Malvern Tram- : wayi' Trust, notifying acceptance of ender forTramway, High st.,Kew, at £1.g,73 17e Sd From G. tioberts, regarding channel at c ,rner of Johnson street and Glen ferrie road-The Committee recom mends writer be informed this defect will be immediately remedied by the removal of the electrio light poloe From Hawthorn Rowing Club, re cleaning bank of Yarra in the vicinity .,f Boat Sheds--This matter has been referred to the Engineer for report From Hawthoru Ladies' Swimming Olub,suggesting that Baths be lighted wirh electricity, &c.-The Committee recommends that thismatter be deferr ed, pending receipt of report...
UNIFORMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 13 November 1914
UNIFORMIS. Cr. Lord suggested for general pur poses committee that uniforms be sup plied to council's officials, inspector especially. Seconded B?y Cr. Sansbell. Cr. IRigbv (Mayor) was unani mously elected as representative on joint metropolitain tramways' confer ences. ..·l~1~· ··~~ Resolved that a testimonial with council's seal attached be awarded to Mr. .H. A. Smith. Resolved that Councillor Burton be appointed as representative to meet conference .relative to footway on Victoria-street bridge. Cr. Russell complimented the com mittee on the conference dealing with diphthleria carriers. He considered the report suibmitted by that committee was a credit to their representative. Sir Henry Killet was elected as re presentative on the Metropolitan Fire Brigades' Board. Cr. McKay gave notice of motion that council meet at 7.45 in future. It was decided to hold a special meeting to consider the estimates on Wednesday next.
WEDDING AT BALWYN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 13 November 1914
WEDDING AT BALWYN. Otn Tuesday evening Miss Rona Mortelli Syme, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. York Syme, of " Tour Mont," Balwyn - road, Bahvyn, :was married to Mr. James Murray, of: Stawell, who hails' from Ayrshire, Scotland. Mr.-. Leslie Millar acted as best man, whilst Misses Wallmann, Demaine and Buchanan were. in attendance upon the bride. The father of the bride is well-known in shipping circles.
KEW ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 13 November 1914
KEIW ELECTRIC TR?MiWTAY'S.. The question of providing foot'way accominodation on .-Victoria - street Bridge was ;cocnsidered by the SHawthorn Council on receipt of a let ter from the Kew Council, stating that thle 'present heavy m:otor traffic over the bridge Wrs .increasing, and when the .electric cars started running the danger to pedestrians would be great. It ?was estimated a footway 5 feet wide on either side wouid cost £600oo, or £150 to each of the four municipalities iliterested, and the re commendation was made that the councils should immediately agree to the work being carnied out, so that it could be included in the contract which the. Prahran-Malvern. trust would presently be letting for the al terations and strengthening the bridge in connection with the running of the electric tramways. Cr. Burton was a~ppointed to confer with the representatives of Colling wood, Richmond; and Kew on the question of carrying out the work.
PRAHRAN AND MALVERN TRAMWAY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 13 November 1914
PRAHRAN AND MALVERN TRAMWAY TRUST. Cr. Russell reported that the tender for the Kew tramway extension had not yet been let, but as soon as finan cial arrangements were made, same would be settled. It was further de cided that concession tickets to scholars be issued, and that the head masters of various schools be notified. A pleasing feature of the trust was that an employe who had been in jured was to be paid full wages dur ing his illness.
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 13 November 1914
POLITICAL. A Candidate for Evelyn.-Mr. J. Rouget, of Wandin, has announced his candidature for Evelyn, the seat which Mr. Cameron has held for so many years, but is now vacating. Our Member to S·peak.-Now that the Premier has delivered his address announcing the policy of the Govern ment, we understanrd that our mem ber, Mr. McPherson, M.L.A,, will shortly announce his views on the political situation. Probably his first meeting will be held in the Hawthorn Town Hall. Mr. 'Morton Dunlop, who was a Hawthorri councillor for i2 months, is contesting the seat at Daylesford..
THE GLENFERRIE THEATRE. WEEK COMMENCING NOVEMBER 14th. "THE MAN AND THE RING." [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 13 November 1914
THE CLENFERRIE THEATRE. WEEK COM'MENCMIG. NOVEM BEER I4th: " THE MAN AND THE RING." Bruce McRae, the distinguished dramatic actorm.niakes ,his first ap pearance on' tlhe creen iin the popular story of- love and poqlitics, " The Man and the: Ring! :by: Cyru`s Townsend Brady. The commanding personaility and splendid: poise of Bruce McRae, fit him' peculiarly for the role of Gormly, the :maii: whose bravery.and self-possession in the face of: crucial circumstances enable himrito success fully ippose the corrupt forces ,of the gigantic political ring that is trying to rujin'him. iGormly's real. name.is Fordyce, but the'shadow of- a crime which hangs over his past hascaused him to change it to Gonmly, by which he is known to his business associates and -the :puiblic who respect him as a great merchant and candidate for mayor. - Back of Gormly's ambition ,is a good and beautiful womian, Eleanor Haldame, wlhose father is priesidentfof theGotham Tracton Co., a powerful corporation, which ha...
MOTOR CAR FOR ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 13 November 1914
MOTOR CAR FOR ENGINEdER. Cr.' Ward stated that in company with engineer, thev inspected a Ford motor car, and, after very careful in spection, they were perfectlvy stisfied with the one submitted, at atotal cost of ~I98/xo/-. ,Guaranteed for six months. - He moved that the car. be pur chased. Cr. Russell seconded. Cr. Lord moved an amendment that the question of motor car be deferred to annual estimates. He also pro tested against the purchase of the car, and sincerely hoped' the councillors would support the amendment, as. the time was most inopportune. Seconded by Cr. Schwerin. (Cr. .Sambell, in supporting pur chase of the car said he was surprised that more speedy facilities were not available for the engineer, as on several occasions important business was often delayed owing to report of engineer not being procurable. 'The.motion was carried.
"B" TEAM, v. BARKER'S ROAD METHODISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 13 November 1914
' TB-'' 'EAM, v. BARKER'S: ROAD METHODISTS.. Won byi: Barker's-Road, by 14 runs. Scores : Barker's-Road, 86 and six for io7y; "B " team, .94 and ss. :5 In line weather, and on a perfect wicket, the match was continued, but tlhe batsmen could do nothing with the bowling, and after the fine start, four for 8i, the total only reached 94. Worthington 28, Pitt 24 and Matthews 22 batted well. Turner four for 2, and Stocks four for 4o0 captured the wickets. Barker's-Road went to the wickets, and scored freely. Inglefinger was bowling well and soon had a couple of scalps. Stocks was out for j7, and Kirby, who was miaking uppish strokes, was bowled by a bailer for I8. Turner made 36 not out, a couple of weak strokes spoiling his innings. With six out for 0o7, Stocks declared the innings closed. Five bowlers were tried, and Inglefinger, with two for I7, and .Pitt, one for II, bowled best. One hundred to win, and an hour and a quarter to bat, so an exciting finish was aanticipated-and realised...
SOUTH AUBURN CRICKET CLUB. "A," v. BOX HILL BAPTISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 13 November 1914
SOUTH AUBUR?N CRICKET CLUB. "A," v. BOX HILL BAPTISTS. "A," seven for 178 (innings closed); Box Hill, 83 and 56. The result of the first day's play was seven for 178 and the closure was applied. Walker 38, S. McWhin ney 34 not out, Leith 36, Thomas 25 not out, White 22, and N. McWhinney 12, batted well. Jago, with two for 26, and Willis, three for 58, were the pick of the bowlers. Box Hill opened well, and 33 was up before Jago was bowled by Leith for 19; but Murray continued to bat well. With the exception of Carson. who made Ix, no one else troubled the bowlers, and the total only reached 83, Murray batting solidly for 30. N. McWhinney-a brother of the famous Syd.-secured five for 15, and Leith, with one for 19, bowled well throughout. Following on, Box Hill were all out for 56-of which Murray contributed 36 not out, by excellent batting. Leith, with six for 19, was unplayable-four catches be ing missed off his first over. N. McWhilnney's one stick cost 15. "A" team won by an inni...
ST. COLUMB'S CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 13 November 1914
ST. COLUMB'S CRICKET CLUB. The above club, on Saturday last, met a team from the Glaciarium on our own ground, and, after an en joyable afternoon's cricket, St. Columb's boys ran out easy victors by 83 runs. The opposing captain, winning the toss, sent the home team in to make first use of the wicket, G. Underwood and 'H. Boyd opening to the bowling of Cassells, and Under wood, after scoring 5, was bowled by Cassells. C. Hatherley joined Boyd, and runs then came freely until Boyd was dismissed by being caught off Cassells, after making 16. G. Burns then took the vacant crease, and, after putting together a nice 27., was bowled by G. Stubbings, who •was playing with the Glaciariums, and Hayman batted in tip-top form for 32 not out, the others who batted nicely were Hatherley x6, and Cor mick 13. The innings was closed after eight wickets had fallen for o30. The most successful bowlers for Glaciariums were Cassells two for ig, G. Stubbings two for 25, and E. Roker three for 2i. Gladia...
"C," v. HYDE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 13 November 1914
"C," v. HYDE PARK. Hyde 'Park won by an innings and 54, scoring rI2 to "C" team's 38 and 20, ,Bennett 15, batting well. Gray three for 16, Stewart six for 20 and,, four for ii, and Laidlaw three for 7, secured the wickets. Stewart 27, J. Glynn 18, T. Glynn so, Conners Ii, and Peters so were top-scorers for Hyde Park. 'Hayes, with four for 16, and Mullane, with three for 2o, were the pick of "C " team's bowlers. On Saturday, "C." play Stanhopes. Ground: " Holm bush," Burwood-road, Upper Haw thorn.
Hawthorn City Council. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 13 November 1914
Hawthorn City Council. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11. Present- His Worship the Mayor (Cr. Rigby) in the chair, and Cs. Wood, Roche, Lord, Ward, Russell, Schwerin, Sambell, and Mackay. Leave of absence was granted to Cr Nolan. Decided to send letter of sympathy to Cr. Barbour, who has been absent &nbsp; from two meetings, on account of sickness. Cr. Russell moved that the Tram ways and motor bus service be under municipal control, seconded by Cr. Sambell. Cr. McKay, in supporting the motion, said that he understood that the tramways would be solely under municipal control, and deserves ut most consideration by municipalities. Speaking on Gas Conference, Cr. Rigby said they intended to make a valuation; the other municipalities considered Hawthorn were getting too much on their valuation, but same was obtained through the capability of their officers. The question now arises as to whether an expert should be appointed or not, but his opinion was that an expert should be ap pointed, and e...
LAND CAMBERWELL ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 13 November 1914
LAND, CAMBERWELL ROAD. &nbsp; Cr. Rigby moved an amendment that this matter be deferred pending an interview with Mr Reed, who is &nbsp; lecturing on "Town Planning in &nbsp; London and Counties." Seconded by Cr. Wood. Cr. Ward said-that this land could not be built on, and cost of this block wil be £1ooo and the money is not available. &nbsp; Cr. Sambell suggested that chair- man of committee alter his motion to the effect that the price of £3 15./ is considered too high. Cr. Lord supported the recommen dation of the committee. Cr. Rigby withdrew his amend ment in favour of Cr. Sambell's sug- gestion by permission of the meeting. The amendment was carried. An adjournment was made at this stage for the purpose of inspecting a motor ambulance presented by Cam berwell Council to Australian Con- tingent. Crs. Lord, Schwerin and Sambell were strongly opposed to purchase of block of land in William-street, owing to same being required as a municipal pound,...
HAWTHORN CITY BAND. REPORT OF ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 13 November 1914
HAWTORN CITY BAND. &nbsp; REPORT OF ANNUAL MEET ING. The annual. meeting. of the Haiv thorn City Band was held- in.i the Town Hall on October 28, i914, Cr: Burton. presidelit :in the chaif. A goody atteiidace of- bandisnen ai d hon. members present:: .: : -.: Th e.. follo?wig igentlenlen were elected officebearers for the ensuing year :-President Cr. W. G. Bur ton * Vice Presidents:" Messrs. W. Broad Hall, E-: J Rigg,. A. .H. Cook, J. .H ::Jeffs, M. Davison;. : PatrofisS( Ro.??s : S". Robert Best; K. C~.;G; Hon. G: : Swinburne; R. Beckett:I :M ;IL:C.;3 J. K Merritt, M. L.C. w . McPherson, M\. L.A; His Worship the Mayor, Cr. E: C Rigby, J.P.; Councillors R W.V Lord, V. Nolani; A: Roche, P. Russell,- -. O. . Sanibell, W. Schwerin, E. .C; C W ard. J.: .: ,M. Wood, R. T. :Barbouiir : and - Jas. McKay:. Messis. C :Bethune, Aaron T. Daiks, D. H. Dureau, H.. R. Hamer,- A. AH. Walkley R iI'Valters, E. Hemingwy,i Ji -iJ.: I?ller, Traif thim - Fryer; Dr.i Morris, T. Kenibon, Dr Loughr...