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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 February 1914
GUARDIAN iAssurance Company Limited. SFIRE. / PERSONAL ACCIDENT.. Crop, Stock, Employer's and Employer's Stack Liability. Stack Insurances Workmen's a -- Compensation. ;Speciality. Public Fidelity Risk. Guarantee. -r t Third Party Plate Glass, Indemnity. Assets Exceed Six and a Half Millions. CHIEF AUSTRALIAN OFFICE: _ 52 _ ?lin Street, Melbourne. FOR ARTISTIC Picture Framing. Quiet and Refined-Yet Distinctive. HARRISON'S, Phone 220 85 Burwood Rd., West Hawthorn. GARNER'S EAST SUBURBAN PHONOGRAPH & GRAMOPHONE PARLOR. 85 Glenferrie Road, Glenferrie. Same side as the Don Store. Near Kinkora Road All Makes of Disc or Cylinder Talking Machines S All Makes of Disc or Cylinder Records Thousands to Choose From Every Edison Blue Amberol Record in Stock Every Zonophone-Twin Record in Stock Diamond Reproducers always in Stock M?usi;calp Instruments & Sheet Music Come to Us for Anything. Cash or Terms Repairs a Speciality. A Trial Solicited Once a Customer, Always a.Customer Tr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 February 1914
King Bros. Art Tailors, 528 Burwood R-oad, Auburn (opp. Tower HotEl. Ladtes' Tailor - made Costumes a Speciality Latest Saltings for Coming Season. NO WORK ENTRUSTED TO FACTORY. Business Notices. .7!~ VALUE IN FURNITURE of Style & Quality SAll 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 credit-furnishing, we 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. General Engineering Co, Electrical and MechanicalEngineers, ,:::-? . -~·-r : ? &lt;%:-~- -- ... ..... . . -- . . . 256 BURWOOD ROAD, HAWTHORN. (NEXT TOWN HALL). And at 367a Post Office Place West, M-ELBOURNE. *Tel. 6609 Central. D...
HAWTHORN RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 February 1914
HAWTHORN RIFLE CLUB. Th'iere was a very Ipoor at?Lendance of members at Port Melbourne on Saturday last, rhen the. Don trophy was again put up for competition. Conditions w:vere 1A .shots .at .doyirds, and a io 0o'clock 0 winii:Md ':ffishtail in ," slghtl, hielped to keep scores down, llhe highes score oft the *rifle being only.:'6 p:boints. R esults were : S 7ooyds. Hcp. 'l. C. F. FitLsinuon oi:: 56 -.61 A.t H. Heniiett . . 2 61 K. Russell 56. 4 6o F. WV. Earle . 55 5 6o J. P. Barnes.9: .!i 53 63t. 59 A. Raw . .. 50 4 54 T. Hayes 30... :: Oi!.:5 5 35 Miss Birbour, Actihg Mayoress of Hawthorn, held a bridge party at the local Town Hall, on Thursdaiy, to raise funds for.the Hawthorn stall at the Druids Easter Fair. The death has occurred of Mr. Wil liam Grange, town clerk of Grimsby, who was 92 years old. He was the oldest town clerk in the kingdom, hav ing held the office since a86i. He was the son of a ship's carpenter, advanc ing from the post of a solicitor's office boy to a part...
HAWTHORN AMATEUR SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 February 1914
HAWTHORN AMATEUR SWIM MING CLUB. The annual grand carnival will be held at Hawthorn iCity Baths- on Tuesday evening, i7.th February, at 8 o'clock. The following' progiamme will be carried out: i. Boys' Race, Open (15 years and under), 40 vds:. First prize, trophy value i5s. ; second, trophy value 7's. 6d. 2. Hawthorn Club Handic: p (mem bers only). First prize, trophy value 16 Is.; .,second,- trophy' value los. 6d. 3.- Open Handicap, 8ýoyds. First prize, trophy 'value ',i isý ,second, trophy value -ios.d. '-6d ". 4. Maiden A dandicapl op ien, 86 yds. :Fiirst riize;.trophy. ?alue .ai as.; secondi; trophy .:lvauezi .;.os. 6 ;:d 5. Breast Stroke. Handicp, open, 80o yds. 'First :prize, trophy:valuekl'a is.; second, trophy ,valute os: 6d.:: 6. . iawthorn Open Halndic;ap':; 16 yds. First-: prze, ,trophy xvalue L2 2s. :second; trophy value;i,! Lis. ..7 Ladie: s' :Bracelet. Handicapi (membleris orily) 80 :yds :First prize, troiiy 'valu-e 2 ps. .second,- trophy value ~L.isi.',.; _ - 8. G-.Gr...
PEOPLE'S PECULIARITIES [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 February 1914
PEOPLE'S PECULIARITIES There are scoresof excellent people in this world who have never eet learned the difference between work and worry. If they have anything to do, they seem to think that the only way of.accomplishing it thoroughly is by means of incessant worry-worry about the time, the method, the neces sity of their task, until they have driv en easy-going and more tranquil souls nearly frantic. To some people worry is the only recognised motive power. and they use it unsparingly on occa sion. Who has not seen or known such a one about to start on a journey. The train starts at ten, we will say; the distance, less than half a mile to the starting place, can be easily tray ersed in ten minutes; consequently, a prudent traveller would leaveatwenty minutes beforehand, to insure ample time. But our worrying friend insists upon starting at a few minutes after nine, alleging that the clock may he wrong.- When finally convinced that the clock is right, he sits down uneas ily for fiv...
ARTIST AND SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 February 1914
ARTIST AND SOLDIER. Sir William. lian, the emirinenit his torical painter, hbaiinl finislied liis lic turc. " The Battle of W\\aterloo, from the French Side." :which the Duke of \W'ellington happily ·canracterised as " Very good, very good; nbt too muichi smoke." called upon the- Duke for the moouey by? appointment. He'- was ushered into the stuidy of Ap~:Psley House, where the Duke piroeedeed at once to the process of paymeit- pa.1ro cess. however; of much greater lenigth than the arti'St :anticipated. '.Taking up a roll of notes, ithe Duke uliolled, and biegan to' putthemi-,do i;n iiln slo?i anid deliberateimanner cilnlibg6ut t:hekl l Iamounr8 as(hedifd soraOed pouinds;", etc. ,This s-?s elitioUs wiork and Sir Williami Allani ?as niuch :trou blEd witfi:the -iadeatlhatthe great Duke, whose every moment of time? wasup posed to be of great value, should be thus occupied, and he con:trived to blurt out, in liis Scotch manner, that his Grace should not take all that trou ble-?a cheque ...
Military Notes. ANECDOTES OF SOLDIERS. (Selected by Lieut. H. Milne, 29th Light Horse, from Settle's Volume.) BEGONE, DULL CARE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 February 1914
Military Notes. S ANECDOT'ES OF SOLDIERS. (Selected by Lieut. H. Milne, 29th . Light Horse, from Settle's Voluine:) - ..BEGJ)NE, DULL CARE. In Napoleon's Russian campaign of 18i2, a French general was severely wpuinded.in the leg. The.surgeons, on :: consulting, declared -.that aniputation - ia.s ilidispensable. :The- general re S'ceived the intelligehce iVitlh composure, but lhis\ vlet, iho woais'imone the : people .sur?rotnddin gthe. woun;ded offi .cer, :showid :his: irofoiund grief by miakin?g. louid lamentin atioi:ns. , ,Why : ,dost: thou: i-ee,2 Germain ?., said the -,aster,: ?itlit a gdy air, to him.-'' It ?.:a fortuaii;e thing foe b thee ithou 1 ilt haet but one boot to clean in future ··'
Thirty-years-old Eczema. SKIN LIKE RAW MEAT. SPLENDID CURE BY ZAM-BUK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 February 1914
Thirty-years-old Eczema. SK~IN LIKE RAW MEAT. SPLENDID OURE BY ZAM-BUK. Telling how Zam-Buk proved equal to curlng eczema that for thirty years had delfited doctors and all other treat ment, Mi. Dix, of 44 .Lower-street, Leederville, Pertlh, W.A., says: " For thirty years 1 suffered fearful pain and misery from an outbreak of bturnino, itelhiug czemna, round the joint or mly riglhtl bee. The constanot irritation was intolerable, and as I couldn't help scratching, the disease grsdually got worse and worse. Mlany a time I have scratched until the blood hais run down my figers and the ski,, looked just like a piece of raw meat. "All my efforts to find a cure were fruitless, and I had doctors' treatinent in Adelaide, Broken Hill, and Victoria. I Ihad just about lost all hope of ever icing free of the awful disease wlen a frientd gave mie a pot of Zamn-BuJk. "I reanlly used it to please hIint, butj tle_ applications brought such relief that 1 soon sonit for anllotller pot fromn thle chen...
FULL OF FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 February 1914
FULL OF FIGHT. At Waterloo;, Colonel Ferrier, of the ?Ist Life Guarids, led his regimnient to the charge no less thauii eleven times, and most of these charges were made after his head had been lhaid open. by the cut of a sabre, and his body pierced by a lance. _ Captain 'Lhackwell, -of the ifsth Hussars," was wounded in his left 'armin but instantly seized the reins with his right hand in whiclh Was his sword; and 'still Sdaslied on .at the head of his regiment. the commuand of which had deiolh ed upon h!im. -AAnothei shot took effect on his wounded 'uarm, but he imlimediately seized the reins with !his teeth. -At the close of the day his arm a.yas :aniap tated near the shoulder: .
TENDER SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 February 1914
TENDER SCENE. Immediately after the 'lBattle of .:Bisaco (a8io), when iieach side were .tremoving their wounided mehn :the fol lowing e~traordnar)y incident, as re Ilated by Napi?er..in his history, oc •.curred :- A :poior orphan Portu 1 uese "in a bout seventeen years of ge_-~randqery.s-handsopne - was seen coming down~iemouna; -:drivinmg -an a!"-? loded with all her, property, ::tho?itdie Frenchiarmy .. . She passed over thi i field of battle with s childish simplicity, unconscious of her perilous situatiori, and scarcely, under standing which wiere, the hostile and Which were fle friendly troops, for no man on either side Vias so biutal as to molest her.' ":
HAWTHORN CITY COURT. Tuesday, 10th February, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 February 1914
HAWTHORN CITY COURT. Tuesday, 10th February, 1914. Before Messrs. Roche (in the chair), O'Niall, Duffus, Philpot, Gaggin, and Birch, J's.P. TRUANT CASE. Join Clark was charged by Truant Inspector R. A. Meikle for failin'g to send his child to school the required number of days during the monith ending 3zst December, i9pi. Defendant. who had been lined twice for similar offences, was fined Ios.,. or 24 hours. R. A. Meikle, inspector, said that it was a case of playing truant, and ti seemed that the child had got be yond the control of his parents.
HARRY LAUDER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 February 1914
SHARRY LAUDE R,. I''he ?f?oli;i;ig e.'tract from-, Scot t-ilit ihaier vill be -interesting to ourii rei?es oni thit enc of . visit of this fio Scottilsr tiste :- :- . S? ST A'l'. l'- L)NON. .) 133 111113ytcsidei. (31i It nr1 Laudeir whli cotiluch c e ati- yeairs' eongageTheit at t : Tiv 'oli;: hais -iir thlld- following article, sipeciilly .i itteniif6: '"The' . enifinw tews" ae called sohlmt of. the.songs-lie liais .mado ftumousi duriing thait time: H i'ao' tells solilte iiteestting starics"of his stage life ini Londlonf)a 1: ctr sea.icly realise tlh:? teo. ,ea:. have clapsed silice I sified .im . first' contract-wic.t tliohe propiictors of -theb Tivnoli--thiirten years hi-ve gonie siiie that evening at Gat;ti's Wh ile I innide miy first London appe?:ance is anii " extra tusrn." '' ll.you pai doii ihc if I recall just how:it caiie abodit;that .I got my nose into Londoi ? '-; e - Oin Monday morning;.; Mrl hl-'i 1900--I l?r.sai erye 6d ~reiot?f membertigti the eseta date I ??e ivsd i...
DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 February 1914
DEBT CASES. E. Watkins v. H. Russell, for £3 5s. gd., on account of goods sold and delivered. Order for amount, with Ios. costs. Mrs. H. Owen v. N. Edwards, for aos., on account newspaper supplied. Order for amount, with 0os. costs. Miss Lock v. Charles Campbell, for. £1 ios., on account board and lodg ing. Order for amount, with Ios. costs..
HAWTHORN CITY FOOTBALL CLUB. ANNUAL REPORT AND BALANCE-SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 February 1914
HAWTHORN CITY FOOTBALL CLUB. ANNUAL REPORT AND BALANCE-SHEET. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; In presenting the second annual report and balance-sheet, your com- mittee regrets that your club failed to achieve the sucess that its efforts merited, and as promised at the com- mencement of the season. The club was unfortunate in losing the services of many of its promient players who left to enter the ranks of some of the League and Association clubs &nbsp; Whlist lamenting this fact, it was &nbsp; gratifying to know that your players were considered worthy to take their place with the senior team. Too much thanks cannot be extended to other players who remained loyal to the club in spite of many inducements offered them. The "A" team, which was again &nbsp; led by Mr. T. J. Collins, and ably as- sisted by Mr. J. Renouf, played some most exciting and interesting matches, and served to produce some sterling football of the higher standard, the number...
SPECIAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 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, we have been notified to that effect, as our ad vertisers have proved the value of ad vertising in the "Citizen" by tbeia increased trade.
Camberwell a City. PETITION TO MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914
Camberwell a City. PETITION TO MINISTER, A petition has been forwarded to the Minister of Public Works from the Camberwell town Council, asking that the town be declared a city under the provisions of the Local Govern ment Act, as the revenue of the muni cipality now exceeds £20,000. The municipality has made marked pro gress during tfe past ten years. The ipresent population of the town is 15,000, an increase of about 6050 during jhe past ten years, and the value of' rateable property ii esti mated at £3,362.740, an increase of £1,372,800 during the same period.
CHILD DESERTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914
iCHILD DESERTION. -A well-dressed young man named Charles McIntosh was charged by Jane Sumner, with having left his child, Ivor McIntosh, aged three years, without means of support. Accused, who was arrested in Syd ney, pleaded guilty. Jane Sumner, married woman, stated that she had had charge of the child since the death of its mother, accused, when placing the child in her care, arranged to pay 7s. 6d. per week, but had not contri buted anything towards the support of the child- during the past twelve months. In reply to Mr. Philpot, she stated that the child was not related to her. Defendant said that he had gone to 'Sydney to obtain work, but had been ill and out of work for some considerable time; he had only been in work; about a fortnight when arrested.\ He was willing to support the child if hecould get work. Mr. 'PhiIpot, J.P.: You left the child a long time without support, and appear regardless of its welfare. The bench had decided to make- an order of los. ,per week, fir...
Municipal Employees Annual Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914
Municipal Employees Annual Picnic. -4- On Wednesday last the Municipal Employees Assciation held their annual picnic at Montone, which was largely rattendrd, and a very erjyable day spent. Hawthnrn were' well represented in tile different events, and excitement grew to fever heat emong the. employees of the local Council as Jack Phe!an ('"Darby") approached thrtape, and was declared the winner of the Old Buffer's Race. Hawthorn's Tug-of"war team, who defeated all comers last year, again proved their superiority, and easily beat the MIunicipal Committee, Mel bourne City and Brunswick teams. The Hawthorn team was composed of -W. Prudden (capt.), J. Calnin, J. Carroll, C. Kellow, N. Bergin and J. Riley. Charlie Kellow, 9-stone, received a ringing cheer as "he successfully handled the rope against a 14-stoner of the Melbourne City, which resem bled a " tug" pulling a "liner." The committee are well pleased . with their efforts, as the picnic passed off very successfully.