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"A" TEAM v. JAS. RIDDELL LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 December 1914
"A" TEAM v. JAS. RIDDELL LODGE. Souih Auburn, winning the toss at tile South Suburban Reserve, sent in Jas. Itiddell Lodge to bat on a fine wicket. Lord and Warner opened to thile bowling of S. McWhlinney and Pullen. The score reached 19 when Warren was bowled by McWhinney. Constable followed, and the score was carried to 30, when Constable was dis missed. Skinner, .C., came in, but Lord was out, bowled by McWlunney. :1 he batsmen had contributed 15. With JGuvy in, the game did not" brighten und the ifourth wicket fell at 41. Francis, with 13, troubled th~ bowlers, and the total reached 70. McWshin ney bowled well throughout. Off the first eight overs 18 runs were scored for four wickets. "A" team started with White and Leith, and five were out for 22, of which Leith had contributed 14, when S. McWhinney joined Olamp. A bril liant partnership resulted. Despite several changes in the bowling, the score was carried along. Fifty went up quickly, and .then the b.atsmen ealmed down. At 6...
THE FRATERNITIES. (Matter intended for publication in this column should be sent in not later than Tuesday afternoon.) HAWTHORN BRANCH, A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 December 1914
THE FIRATERNITIES. (Matter intended for publication in this column should be sent in not later than Tuesday afternoon.) HIAW'ITHORN BRANCH, A.N.A. The above branch held its usual fortnightly meeting on December 7, Mr. G. E. Roberts presiding over a good attendance. The programme of the A..N.A. National Fete on February I, 1915, was received from the Metropolitan Committee, and the branch was asked to guarantee a sum of £5 against loss on the Fete, the profits of which are to be divided between the Mel bourne and Alfred Hospitals. Seve ral members thought that with so many members out of work, the pro fits should be given to the branches for benevolent purposes; but, on a vote being taken, it was decided to guarantee ,5, as asked. Mr. T. Rust entered a strong pro test against the proposal to hold goat races at the Fete, and said he had witnessed similar races in the country and in Hawthorn, and. the tail-twist ing arid other forms of torture used on the animals to make them run were ...
SOUTH AUBURN CRICKET CLUB. EXCITING FINISH—"A" TEAM WIN BY A WICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 December 1914
SOUTH AU3BUR.N CRICKET CLUB. EXCITING FINISH-" A" TEAM. WIN BY A WIOKET: With 5 out for 17, St. Hilary's con tinucd batting, and the tail wagged, with the result that the score reached 85. Wilcox, with 21, Neil 19, and Smith 10, being responsible for the majority of the runs. The bowling was more distributed than usual-S. MccWhinney, 4 for 16, Bruce 1 for 7, and Brown 1 for 6. With 72 to win, it was still an open game. After a very exciting finish, "A "? team were winners by 1 wicket and 2 runs. Kay 3 for 26, Smith 3 for 26, and Hansford 2 for 16, secured the wickets. Scores: " A," 77 and 9 for 73. St. Hilary's: 63 and 85.
HAWTHORN CITY COUNCIL. YARRA WARD. Extraordinary Election. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 December 1914
HAWTHORN CITY COUNCIL. YARRA WARD, Extraordinary Eleotion, Calling at the committee room of Mr. A: F..Echberg, a candidate for the Yarra Ward, our representative was greeted with a hearty hand shike by th~ci--?ii gretary, Ma M Stokes, who is-conducting the work of Mr. Echberg's conunmmittee. In reply to our request for infor mation for the ratepayers, Mr. Stokes referred to the almost unanimous and emphatically expressed desire of the ratepayers for representation in the council by someone who could give expert and practical consideration to road, footpath, and draining work, and said he found the ratepayers generally were fully aware of the need to be governed in their decision by sound judgment, hence he was optimisitic as to the result of the poll, and prophesied a solid victory for his principal, Mr. Echberg. Continuing, he said: We have been put to considerable trouble and expense in refuting certain mislead ing statements as to Mr. Echberg's nationality, which were liable to a...
"B" v. HAWTHORN PRESBYTERIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 December 1914
"B" v. HAWTHORN PRESBY TERIANS. Hawthorn Presbyterians opened with Grubb and Balmer, to the bowling of Towler and Pitt. Grubb banged brightly, sixers and fourers being scored with ease. However, changes in tile bowling brought thle batsmenw to a quieter mood, and owing to most of tile side.trying to lose the ball, the total only reached 126. Grubb contri butcd 54 (eight fours ani two sixers). Stinton, 19, was a neat display alid W:illiams, with 18, batted brightly. Gates. with three for 13. bowled well, although Hooper, who goyt four wickets, and Inglefinger, with two, keep the . batsmen quiet. Mason, behind thlc sticks, was in first-rate form. Not one bye was credited to the score, and only three balls passed him all the afternoon. 'Ihe fielding was excellent. I'itt, Tow ler, Lee anld Worthington brought off neat catches. " B" team responded with 115 cleven- short of their opponents. lHooper was top scorer with av igorous 20U-three fourers, in one over, oftl Johnson being fine stro...
"B" TEAM v. RATHMINES ROAD METHODISTS. COOPER (RATHMINES ROAD), 5 FOR 19 (INCLUDING THE HAT TRICK.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 December 1914
"B " TEAMI v. RATHEMINES ROAD METHODISTS. COOPER (RATHMINES ROAD), 5 FOR 19 (INCLUDING THE HAT TRICK.) The result of the opening day's play was " B " 73, Rathmines Road 105. On Saturday, "B*" went to the wic kets, 'T'owler and Hooper taking the crease, to the bowling of Holland and Cargeeg. Bqth batsmen started well, and some nice, crisp strokes were seen. Towler was more "forceful than usual, and Hooper was keeping his end up. Aftei the total had reached 29, Hooper was out to an excellent catch by Kirk wood. Hooper had batted neatly for 11. The total reached 112. Cooper was the only bowler that met with much succeis. It was distinctly hard luck for the batsmen to be out after the match was won. He had been in for an hour and ten minutes for 46. G. Jones 3 for 8, kept the batsmen quiet, and Mason, who stumped Cooper neatly, was in first rate form behind the sticks--only one bye. Rathmines Road won by 4 wickets.
"C" TEAM v. AUGUSTINE RAMBLERS. "C," 20 and 58. AUGUSTINE RAMBLERS, 40, and 6 FOR 48. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 December 1914
"C'! TEJAM v. AUGUSTINE .: ; .lIAMBLEIiRS. ' "C,'- 20 and 58. AUTJGUSTINE. IRAMBLLErS, .40, and 6 FO.R 48. 'Lee, 20, was the only" C". batsman to reach double, figures. lRose 5 for 9, and 2 'for 3.T.YVaitf:3 for 11, and 2 tor .5 were the best of the lamblors' bolers:. ::Rose ;12, and R?ay 19, were top scorers for "C," for whom Bed ford 4 for 12, Gale lfor 0, Shiel 4 for 20, and ilayes 2 for 4, trundled best. Itamblers -won by 4 wickets. On Sat urday .' C '.' play Hyde Park at Kew.
HELP FOR THE BELGIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 December 1914
HELP FOR THE BELCIANS, The Ha~wthorn Council have placed the Central Gardens at the disposal of the Salvation Army for Sunday afternoon next, when the Citadel Band will render a select muisical programme from 3 to 5 p.m., arid a collection will be made for the'Bel gian Relief Fund. The services of the Band are freely given, and it is hoped a generous amount will be raised. Mr. John Rosier, foot specialist, chiropodist and surgical bootmaker, 'takes this opportunity of wishing his numerous patrons and friends. "A bright and merry Christmas and a happy andprosperous New Year." Orthopaedic Institute, 246 Swanston street, Melbourne, Library side. The Institute conducted by Mr. Rosier, whose abilities are well-known as a chiropodist and surgical bootmaker of the first order, has been entirely renovated, and with the new window and artistic signwriting, make this establishment the most thoroughly up-to-date of its kind in Melbourne. Mr. Rosier desires to thank his clients for their past p...
KEW BAPTIST CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 December 1914
KEW BAPTIST CRICKET CLUB. The above club concluded their match against Barker's-road Methodists last Saturday, and won by eight wickets and two runs. At the end of the first day the &nbsp; Baptists had lost nine wickets for 146, in response to the Barker's-road's 86. Seven runs were added, and the innings closed for 153. C. Paul 48, S. &nbsp; Morris 24 (not out), T. Joy 18, J. Fagan 17 and G. Blair 11, were top scorers. Barker's-road, in their second &nbsp; innings required 67 runs to save an &nbsp; innings defeat, and totalled 70. P. &nbsp; Churcher was again top scorer with 20; he also batted well for 50 in the first innings. With three runs to make, Kew Baptists lost two for 5, &nbsp; thus winning the match. For &nbsp; Barker's-road, C. Stocks bowled splendidly, and obtained seven wickets. &nbsp; P. Churcher, J. Turner and H. Retchford also did well. &nbsp; For the Baptists, C. Paul, J. Fagan and J. Rimington...
KEW BAPTIST CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 December 1914
KEW BAPTIST CRICKET CLUB. &nbsp; The above club commenced their match against St. John's (Camberwell) last Saturday; on their own &nbsp; ground. The captain of St. John's won the toss and sent the Baptists in to bat. The innings closed for a total of 114. The batsmed to reach double figures were:- C. Paul 23, J. Fagan 19, H. Whitnan (not out) 16, J. Rimington 14, C Jaques, 3 for 21; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; S. Portingale, two for 12; and Tom Wade, three for 9, were the most &nbsp; successful bowlers. A fine exhibition of fielding was given by T. Wade, who refused to let a ball pass him, and they were not all easy ones to stop. (A run saved is as good as a run scored.) The batting of the Kew Baptists was far below their usual standard. &nbsp; At the end of the day St. &nbsp; John's lost five for 64 runs; C. Jaques 14, and Underwood 0, being not out. A. Dean, who batted well for 15, was caught by C. Paul in the slips on the s...
Why Our Imagination is Often Accurate. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 January 1915
Why Our Imagination is : Often Accurate. Scientists have discovered that imagination is frequently accurate. In °other words, people imagine things that later prove to be just as they really created the idea in their brain. A good example of this is pointed out by Prof. D. Fraser Harris, of. Dalhousie University, in the case of Harvey and the blood. Harvey wondered whether the blood did not move in a circle. At this time he did not know for certain, but from the study he was able to make he thought it did. In reality,. he "imagined" it did, and so, for want of a better word, as he hought, to. express his belief he called the movement of the blood "circulation." His imagination was absolutely correct, as was later demonstrated visibly by Malpighi, and the imag ined circulation of the blood is' now known to be accurate and no more fitting descriptive word for it can be found. It is imagination, declares Pro fessor Harris, that gives the scien tist the incentive that spurs him to his h...
CAMBERWELL BRANCH A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 January 1915
CAMBERWELL BRANCH A.N.A. The last Branch meeting of the year is always a memorable one for the young folks, for the Branch caters specially for their amusement A large hall is taken each year, and is always filled with youngsters in charge of their respective parents, or it may be for this evening just the other way, for the children are full of anticipations for the good things provided by the Com mittee. President Heath in an appropriate speech, welcomed them all. The first part of the programme was pictures. Secenery, funny sketches and war pictures, well suited and greatly appre ciated. 'lhe children's evident enjoyment was expressed in a lively manner by their rendering of the chorus ' It's a long way to Tipperary," the verse of which was sung by Mr. Cook. At 8 o'clock a wire:ess message was received from Father Christmas, that he was coming, and he promptly appeared at 9 o'clock to the sounding of a trumpet. Such dramatic and realistic entrance of the Children s Christmas Frie...
THE FRATERNITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 January 1915
THE FRATERNITIES. (Matter intended for publication in this column should be sent in not later ,than Tuesday afternoon,) HAWTHORN BRANCH, A.N.A. The "Family Night" of the above branch was held on December 21st, at the Hawthorn town hall, the large hall being engaged for the purpose. At the business meeting, which was held earli:.r than usual, President G. E. Rb1. to occupied the chair; several new members were elected,and a vote of condolence was passed' to the relatives of a deceased member, Mr. E. A. Fanning. The following accounts were passed fir payment-sick pay, £7 3s. 4d; funeral allowance, £20 ; general accounts, £48 8s. 3d. An invitation for delegates to attend the A.N.A. annual luncheon on A.N.A. day was received. The main business of the evening commenced soon after 8 o'clock" A first-class series of biosoope piotures was provided by Mr. Edward J. Rigg, and views taken in England showing the preparation for war excited keen interest. President Roberts briefly explained the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 January 1915
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CRICKET. EASTERN SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. INTER-ASSOCIATION MATCHES Metropolitan v. Eastern Suburbs. Played 26th December. Scores—Metropolitan 165. Eastern Suburbs 25&61. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 January 1915
CRICKET. EASTERN SUBURBAN ASSO CIATION. INTER-ASSOCIATION MATCHES Metropolitan v. Eastern Suburbs. Played 26th December. Scores-MetropolitanI165. Eastern Suburbs 25 & 61. "Teams-Eastern Suburbs-H.Whit man (capt.), Paul,Fagan (Kew Bapts.), Black, Murray, Swindon (Box Hill), Dawborn (Rathmines road), Mason (Sth. Auburn "B," Churcher (Barker's road), Kay and Walters (St. Hilary's). Noble captained the Metro's; and winning the toss, decided to have first use of a slow wicket at the Brighton ground, sending in Cook and Friend, who opened to the bowling of Black and Fagan. Friend was clean bowled by Paul, 1--13-46. Beckerleg joined Cook, but with only 16 added -he was out-caug ht and bowled Paul,2- 2-62 Captain Noble was caught by Waters off Churcher, 6-0-87. Latchford came in and went out, 7-0-87. Fryer joined Noble and Churcher missed a catch in the slips. By merry batting the score reached 152, before Fryer (33) caught by Swindon off Fagan. Do Gruehy was out the same way,9-0-16...
State School 2948, Auburn. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 January 1915
State School '2948, Auburn. Friday, the 18th December, was a day of rejoicilg at the above School the occasion being the breaking up for the Christmas Holidays. Work was suspended early in the day, the scholars giving themselves over to round of merrymaking sougs, recita tions and violin solos were rendered by scholars. On the arrival of the School Com mittee, the younger children were addressed in the spacious hall of new building, Au adjournment was. made td'the yard where the older scholars were addressed by Mr-F. Golland, Chairman of Committee. The Head Teacher, Mr Short, followed, reviewing the work of year and distributing Prizes, Merit • Certificates and Qualifying Certificate. The prizes presented by the Auburn Old Boys Association, were awarded to Nellie Croll (Dax of the School.) The First Prize being awarded to Timothy Dickson, the difference of one mark separating these scholars. The School Committee decided to give a Special Prize to scholars Bartlett and Blythe. The su...
Opening of Drill Hall At Camberwell. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 January 1915
Opening of Drill Hall At Camberwell. The opening ceremony on the 19th December was attended by a large! muster of citizen forces, senior cadets and the public. The Mayor of Hawthorn said the 48th area embrace one-third of Haw thorn and a larger part of Camberwell. He and the Mayor of Camberwell would gladly receive gifts in money or in kind for the provision of an r pen gymnasium, merit boards, a military library, and other useful additions to the drill hall, so that it might becrme a centre of manliness, efficiency and reprit de corps. Cr. W. H. Renwick, mayor of Cam well, paid a tribute to the work of Senator Pearce, in the establisement and development of the citizen forces. The Minister of Defence,in declaring the hall open, said it had cost £1650, and would accommodate two companies of the 48th Kooyong infantry and five companies of 48th battalion Senior Cadets. The citizens had presented the instruments for a drum and fife band, and apportioned £70 as prize money for sports, a...
Riversdale Road Tram Driver's Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 January 1915
Riversdale Road Tram Driver's F?ud. We have received the following letter from Mr. Wright: E. J. Wright, Esq., Hawthorn. Dear Sir I have pleasure in enclosing cheque (10s.) towards Christmas Fund for Tram drivers on Riveradale road line. I can cordially support all you advanced in your letter to local Paper, in regard to the attention and courtesy of these men who we have all so long known. It is a matter of regret that your appeal should have unavoidably come at a time when there are so many other national appeals. Yours faithfully, HERBERT VIVIAN. [We acknowledge, with thanks, receipt of cheque for 10s., and same will be placed to credit of. the Fund-Ed. " Citizen."].
"Citizen" Almanac, 1915. 23 Years' Record. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 January 1915
" Citizen " Almanac, 1915. 23 Years' Record. The " Hawthorn and Camberwell Family Almanac and Business Guide" for the year 1915, containing 8o pages of reading matter and ad vertisements from leading firms, printed and published at the " Citi zen " printing works, is now ready. This being the twenty-third annual issue, we are supplying special infor mation, and promise it will be fully equal to its predecessors, which have been so much appreciated in past years,, As an advertising medium for the eastern suburbs it is unequalled. The Almanac will be sent to any address on receipt of 6d. in stamps, addressed to " Citizen " Printing Works,. Auburn, 'Melbourne.