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LARCENY AS A SERVANT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 11 December 1914

LARCENY AS A SERVANT. Patrick O'Donnell was charged with that on the 17th and I8th No- vember last he did feloniously steal and embezzle the sums of 1s. 1d., 3s. 6d., 6s. 5d., which belonged to his employer, C. Rigby, of Auburn. Al- together it is estimated that about £12 is missing. A warrant was issued for the arrest of accused, which took place on Tuesday morning, 8th December, by Constable Coghlan. Constable Coghlan stated he ar- rested accused on a lorry in Rich- mond, and would ask for a remand till next week. Bail was allowed in one surety of £25, and his own re- cognisance for similar amount.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 11 December 1914

RING UP 'P?HNE SI Haw thorn Exchange, for "Citizen " Printing Works, 438 Burwood road, Hawthorn. Up-to-date Plant. Workmanship guaranteed. You wl save me6y by havisa YOU PRIDIWINO DONE 5IBRE "LINSEED COMIPOUND,'" for Coughs and Colds. Relieves Asthma and diffcalt breatliing. "LINSEED COMPOUND," of 4o years proven, efficacy for Coughs, Colds. Bronchitis. etc.. "LINSEED COMPOUND," for Coughs and Colds, Loosens phlegm, allays irritation. ~,ra a rg a-*z~B o-D ·A ~ Lran 9 House Decorating And PAPERHANGING H. B. Bryan, 332 Auburn It(ct, soutdh. .... AUBURN . ... Go..d Stock of Wall Papers, Glass, Varnishes. Paints, Colours, BSapelin Enamels, &c. All Requisites for PEN PAINTING. Estimates Given for Painting, Paperhanging, &o. Private Hospital. MIDWIFERY. "Avondale," 22 HASTINGS ROAD, Upper Hawthomn. Nurse Jackson, Reg R.V.T.N.A. Rotunda Diploma, Dublin. 'Terms Moderate -Notice.--- ( ITT -AWTORN. (AMBEI WEL1 'Bus Service The Melbourne GeneralI Moorbus (o. Ltd. Have started a...

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BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY. THE AUSTRALIAN FUND. QUEEN ALEXANDRA'S MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 11 December 1914

BRI'TI'SH RED CROSS . SOCIETIY. THE AUSTRALIAN FUNL, QUEEN AIJEXANDRA'S MESSAGE. On Monday Mr. Edw. Miller, th' hon. treasurer of the Australian Red Cross Fund, received from. Lady Helen Ferguson the following tele gram from Brisbane, embodying a: message from Queen Alexandra.: " Lady Helen,-As president of our British Red Cross Society, I am most deeply grateful to the Australian. branch and to the Cbmmonwealth for their magnificent gifts to our society. The wonderful gifts of the women of Australia of articles for the comfort: of the sick and wounded are also most gratefully appreciated. (Signed) ALEXANDRA."

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 11 December 1914

: RECEPTION. Mrs. F. R. Ratten, M\layoress of Kew, held a reception on Thursday in the Recreation Hall, which was very beautifully decorated. in helio trope and pink. The Mayoress was gowned in a cream Indian silk, trim med with lace and blue velvet; \irhite hat, with apricot velvet and plumes. She carried a posy of white roses and pink carnations. Three hundred guests were present, among whom were:-Mr. WV. *M. M'Pherson, M.L.A., and Mlrs. and Miss M'Pher son, Mrs. J. K. Merritt, Mrs. E. C. Rigby (Mayoress of Hawthorn), Cr. and Mrs. J. L. Carnegie, Cr. and Mrs. W. G. Hiscock, Cr. R. A. and Misses Snell, Mrs. and Miss M'Crea, Mrs. J. Macdougal, Mrs. T. G. Jellis, Mrs. Rucker, Colonel and Miss Brodribb, Mr. and Misses Langton, Mrs. C. H. Barnes, Mrs. and Miss Power, Mrs. J. Simpson, Mrs. F. B. \\Waters, Mrs. Hy. Webster, Mrs. J. H. Riley, Mrs. and Miss Jack, Mrs. F. B. Patterson; Mrs. A. E. Boyes, Mrs. W. T. Wallis, Mrs. Brent Rob inson, Mrs. Dumaresq, Mrs. Braim, Mrs. Oxelnham.

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Hawthorn Rifle Club. DON TROPHY. 14 SHOTS AT 200 YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 11 December 1914

Hawthorn Rifle Club. DON TROPHY. 14 SHOTS AT 200 YARDS, A good attendance of the mem bers was recorded on Saturday to shoot for the Don trophy, The fol lowing are the best scores : F. Raw... ... ... ... 62 9 7i A. Russell .. ... . 57 12 69 W. McPherson" ... 64 '5 69 C. Fitzsimon ... ... 63 5 68 W. Duncan 6 . 6o.... 60 . 67 .H. R. Hamer .... 63 : 65 R. Smith ... 6 3.i .-,. :6&3 ~ :' .65 Smitheram... ....- 64 -- 64 A. Raw ... ...... 6z 2 -:64 R. Russell ... ... 59 4 63 H. Nason ... ... ... 58- 5 63 W. Muir ... ... ... 55 7 62 J. Barnes ... ... ... 58 3 6I .. A picture night will be beld in the Glen Theatre on Tuesday, 22nd De ccmber, in aid of the funds for the removal of 'the iiniature range. It is earnestly requested that the citizens will purchase tickets and help us to meet this expense, which is caused by the regrading of the Camberwell line. Tickets may be had of any of 'the members, or at the range, on Tues. day and. Wednesday nights.

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SUNDAY MORNING TRAMS. KEW TO ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 11 December 1914

SUNDAY MORNING TRAMS. KEW: TO ST. KILDA. Cr. ,Barnet informed St. Kilda Council last night that a report on 'the qcluestion of runnng Sunday morn ing electric trams on the Prahran Malvern trust's lines had been made by the trust's engineer, and there was a probability of an experiment being made of running them between Kew and St. Kilda. The trust recognised that, as long as ends were made to meet financially, it was not ouit so much to make profit as to meet public convenience. Representations had been made by people along the line in favour of Sunday .morning trams being run, and the trust was inclined to conclude, without absolutely decid ing on it, that if they were run it would serve a great public conveni ence. Only a few would be run if it were decided on, and in order to do it an Order-in-Council would have to be obtained. The matter would be submitted for discussion beforehand to all the municipal bodies concerned.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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AN APPEAL. The Editor "Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen." [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 11 December 1914

AN APPEAL. The Editor " Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen." Dear Sir,--May' crave a small section of your space to draw atten tion to the services rendered by the drivers of the present Riversdale-rd. horse trams ? These men have grown grey-headed in the service of the M.T. and O. Company, and many of the drivers have been driving these trams over twenty years. In the space of a few months, the whole of these men will be set adrift, as the electric trams from Melbourne to Bur wood i ill -supersede the present horse trams. These men are obliging and civil, and.havysupplied the pub lic with a good service as far as they could; and, although in these times of fast travelling people clamoured1 for quick transit, we travellers south of 'Riversdale-road, having., no other means .of locomotion,. gladly availed ourselves of the horse cars. I trust I do not appeal in vain when I ask tlie people in the vicinity of Riversdale road to subscribe towards a monetary testimonial to these deserving me...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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TRAMWAY EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 11 December 1914

TRAMWAY EXTENSION. The Kew tramway is progressing apace. No longer does the horse-car rattle intermittently, along High street; one has to pay sixpence for a cab or trust to walking. The street is ploughed up, and a number of men are busy laying the sleepers and rails. It is onl the tapis that Richmond bridge, at Victoria-street, will re quire to be widened, as the main Barker's-road has been at the cutting; I'he residents are possessing their souls in peace in anticipation of the joys to come. Camberwell Council are also moving in the direction of extension along Whitehorse-road, on the north; along Burke-road, from Deepdene to the Junction; and along Camberwell road to Hartwell. In the not distant future we,hope to see the whole of Btirke-road right on to Gardiner kept busy in conveying those living adja cent: to these streets to their several destinations. Perhaps then, if not earlier, the Hawthorn Council will show itself in dead earnest to secure the Burwood-road tram.

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Hawthorn City Council. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 11 December 1914

Hawthorn City Council. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 9. Present-His Worship the Mayor (Cr. Rfigby, in the chair, and Grs. Wood, Nolan, Ward, ,ussell, Burton, Schwerin, Sambell, MIackay. Prior to c6omnencing business the Mayor made reference to 'the death of Cr. Barbour, which had occurred since last council meeting. He was a very old councillor, who had 21 years' experience in municipal matters of Hawthlorn, also was held in the highest esteem by all who knew him. The speaker moved a vote of condo fence, also that a letter of sympathy *be sent to family. Cr. Russell seconded the motion, and same was cairried in silence by all councillors standing.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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THE FRATERNITIES. (Matter intended for publication in this column should be sent in not later than Tuesday afternoon.) LOYAL BOROONDARRA LODGE, M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 11 December 1914

TIHE i&ATERNITIE8. (Matter intended for publication in this column should be sent in not later than Tuesday afternoon,) LOYAL BORIOONDARRA LODGE, M.U.I.O.O.F. The annual meeting of the above lodge was held ill the 'M.U. Hall, Burwood-road, Hawthorn, on Decem ber and, G.M. Bro. H.. Smith in tile chair, and a large number of breth ren were present. On the perusal of the balance sheet, the funds were founid to be in a most satisfactory condition, the credit balances being as follows: Sick and Funeral Fund, £14, 159 16s. 5d. (this being considered the largest amount in the metropolitan area of M.U.); Management Fund, -6o us. 4d.; hall account, £23 6s. 7d. ; whilst the grand total amounts to A.4,220o 7s. 9d. In adopting the balance-sheet, reference was made by leading oflicers as to the splendid fin ancial state of the lodge, and expres sions that same would long continue were made. The most important business of the evening was that of election for trus tee,.in place of P.G. Bro...

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LATE LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 11 December 1914

LATE LETTERS. I From Melbourine City Council, ex-I pressing regret at death of Cr. R. ''. Barbour. Resolved that same be received, and letter:of thanlks be sent. .. .. . - _ ... .._ .

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RED CROSS CARNIVAL. In Aid of Motor Ambulance To-morrow (Saturday) [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 11 December 1914

RED CROSS CARNIVAL. In Aid of Motor Ambulance To-morrow (Saturday) afternoon at 2.30o, evening at 8, a unique programme will be given in the Sports' Ground, Glenferrie, the entire proceeds of which will be de voted to the Red Cross funds. Every man, woman and child in Hawthorn should .do their best .to make this ctcarnival a tremendous suc cess. -Help to keep the flag flying I The- admission is 6d., children half price. The following programme will be carried-out: Monster.. Fancy Dress Parade. Massed Bands. Football and Cycling Competi tions. Stockmen's Displays. Mickey Rooney's Ragtime Band. Spectacular Military, Items. Mletropdhtan Fire Brigade. Boy Scouts and Military Ambu lance Corps. Maypole Dancing. Champion Donkey Race. Motor Ambulance and Travelling Kitchen. Chinese Proces.sion. Highland Dancing. Decorated Vehicles and Original Turnouts. The Coburg Cowboys. .Friendly Societies. Secret Service Race. Field Artillery at Work. Sack and Egg and Spoon Races. Buckjumping. Rough Rid...

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TRAMWAY EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 11 December 1914

'RI{AMWAY JEXT'ENSION. A letter was i'eceived from the Cam lerwell" Couficil, forwarding a report from Mr. IM'Carthy, engineer to the Hawthorn Tramiway Trust, ie commending the-,constructioxn of an electric 'tammway along Burke-road, from Whitehorse-road to Camberwell road junction, to join at ,the point with the projected Melbourne to Bur wood tramway, with extensions along Whitehorse-road and Riversdale-road. Thie letter also asked Hawthorn to appoint two representatives to confer with two Camberwell representatives to discuss joint action in connection with the same. Cr. "Sambell stated ,tha't three months ago Camberwell Council had been communicated with on the sub je'ct of a. Burwood-road tramway, but no reply had been received. He con sidered Hawthorn should only join the proposed conference on the under standing that the Burwood-road line would be considered at the same time as the ,Canberwell extensions. He moved "That the Camberwell Council be, asked if it is prepared to ma...

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CRICKET. EASTERN SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. INTER-ASSOCIATION MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 December 1914

CRICKET. EASTERN SUBURBAN ASO CIATION. INTER-ASSOCIATION MATOBES. Messrs. Pitt (South Auburn), Haleo (Barker's-road), and Black (Box illi Baptists), are the selectors for tho inter-association matches to be played at Clhristmas. The following players have been, so far selected: 1 P. Churcher (Barker's-road Metho dists). 2 D. Dawborn (Rathitinses-road Mc thodists). 3 A. Martin (Hawthorn Presby terians). 4 G1. Swindon (Box Hill Baptists). 5 G. Black (Box Hill Baptists). D I). Murray (Box Hill Baptoists). 7 C. Willis (Box Hill Baptists). 8 F. Kay (St. Hilary's). 9 H. Waters (St. Hilary's). 10 S. MlcWhinny (Sth. Auburn "A"); IlH. Clamp (Sth. Auburn "A"). 12 G. Jones (Sth. Auburn "B "), 13 A. Worthington (Sth. Auburn "B") 14 F. Mason (Sth. Aubuin "B "). 15 E. P'ullen (Sth. Auburn "A"). 16 H. Whitman (Kew Baptists). 17 C. Paul (Kew Baptists). First match on Boxing D ay against Metropolfitan Association, on St. Kilda' (.G. All players in these matches are under 25 years of age.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 December 1914

S"TP-"I" O-D A."" 'E , House Decoratino And PAPERHANGING H. B. Bryan. 332 A.uburn I=IS, South .... AUBURN .... Go d Stock of Wall Papers, Glass, Vat nishes Paints, Colours, Bapolin Enamels, &c. All Requisites for PEN PAINTING. Estimates Given for Painting, Paperhanging, &c. in the home, workshop or factory a pot of Zam-Buk. the ideal first-aid dressing for cuts, bruises, sprains, burns, scalds, and skin injuries. Its active vegetable constituents being so. pure and wholesome, is a perfect healing Balm for every day household use. Zam-Buk soothes pain, prevents festering and blood-poison, and heals perfectly by growing new skin. Zam-Buk, therefore, should be kept handy I' · a· a,

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NEGLECTED CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 December 1914

NB6LECTED SHILDRBN. A special meeting was (held to consider the question' of the neglected children of the State of Victoria. Feeling very keenly that our State children in Victoria are not receiving as good treatment, and, consequently, have not the same chance in life as those in neighbouring States, and also having the reports of many of our members 're the unsatisfactory state of matters exist ing at the Royal Park Depot, a meeting was called to consider the question. A great deal of the Council's time and attention has been devoted to this subject during the year. Owing to cer tain statements which were made at our meeting appearing in the Press, the lion. the Chief Secretary publicly denied that matters were in the condition described, and invited us to pay a special visit to see how everything had been put right. This special visit was paid, and ceitain very grave conditions were definitely shown to exist---(1) Children with syphilis were bath ing in the same bathroom and bas...

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National Council of Women of Victoria REPORT FOR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 December 1914

National Council of Women of Victoria REPORT FOR 1914. I have the honour on behalf of the Executive Committee to present the following report : The Annual Mleeting of the N.C.W.V. was held at the Aum-. tral Salon on 12th November, at 11 a.m. At this meeting the Constitution was amended and bye-law 1la was altered, so that only one month's notice of Annual Meetings became necessary; and nominations had only to be in the hands of the Honorary Home Secretary seven days before the meeting. A well-contested election took place for the positions on the Executive. The following office-bearers were elected :-Vice-Preidents, Mrs. Chas. Strong, Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Mclnerney; Hon. Treasurer, Mrs. E. Bage; hion. Home Secretary, Dr. Edith Barrett; Hon. International Secretary, Miss Michaelis; Hen. Assistant Home Secretary, Mrs. D. A. Skene; lion. Mlinute Secretary,- Mrs. G. H. James; Executive Committee, Mesdames Brbokes, oalljPgall, Downing, Earl, Fossett, Pymm, Caity-Salmon, Sister ailtin, Brigad...

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The Passing Year. PEACE, PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY OVERSHADOWED BY DROUGHT, DEPRESSION AND DEATH. BATTLE'S BOOM DROWNS CHRISTMAS CAROLS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 December 1914

The .Passing Year. PEACE, PROGRESS AND PROS PERITY OVERSHADOWED BY DROUGHT, DEPRES SION AND DEATH. BATTLE'S BOOM DROWNS CHRISTMAS CAROLS. The year 1914 opened brightly; it closes overhung with darkening, lowering clouds. The era of peace was attended with phenomenal pros perity the world over, and Progres sion was written deeply on the Em pire's history. But, in a moment, over a slight difficulty which the Hague Conference might easily have satisfactorily settled, Europe and the British Empire have been plunged in war. The chief actor was fully prepared to deliver a smashing blow to the nations; but the unprepared ness of his opponents prove, more apparent than real. And,, ais the year closes, he is being steadily driven back, whilst the Christmas carols are drowned by the booming of cannon, the screech of shells,. the hissing of bullets, and the devasta tion of shrapnell. The war drum deafens the ear, hideous pictures offend the sight, and ghastly details paralyse the mind. The wor...

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Extraordinary Election. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 December 1914

Extraordinary Election. On Tuesday next, from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., the extraordinary election of one Councillor for the Yarra Ward in the Hawthorn City Council will be held. Messrs. A. F. Echberg and A. L. Elvins have been nominated as candidates. Both gentlemen are being well supported, and the con test is'expected to be a keen one.

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AN EMPIRE'S CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 December 1914

AN EMPIRE'S CALL. The responses to the call of the Empire have been marvellous. Canada, South Africa, Inidia, add Australia have shown a desirie to staind side by side with the. Mother Coujlatry. Samoa has been ca~pured by . New Zeala Germah n''New Guinea by the Australians, the " Syd ney "' has sunk the " Emden "--a most mischievous German raider, whilst a portion of the British fleet has sunk four other notable warships off the Falkland Islands. Military training camps have been opened throughout Australia, Broadmeadows has been transformed into a township of tents, and 30,000 have been sent from our shores to aid in ridding the world of the military menace which is costing so much in men and money. Other troops are in train ing, and will be sent as occasion offers. Municipalities have joined with the Government in the matter5 Kew has sent its X-ray apparatus, Hawthorn its io,ooo pillow-slips, travelling camnp kitchen, and motor ambulance; Camberwell its motor ambulance, X-ray out...

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