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REPORT OF GENERAL PURPOSES AND PARKS AND GARDENS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 January 1915
REPORT OF GENERAL PURPOSES AND PARKS AND GARDENS COMMITTEE. Or. Burton, chairman. Church street Branch Drain-Con sideration of this matter has been deferred. Matter of land required by Railway Department-The Committee begs to report having conferred with members of the Finance Committee, and now recommends that the Engineer make enquiries as to suitable site for a Sports Ground, and that the Railways Commissioners be interviewed re garding proposed encroachment on the Sports Ground. Engineer's Report-Clause 12, re Burwoed road Lighting-The Com mittee recommends the Police be informed there is an incandescent lamp at crossings which is lighted when arcs are extinguished, and that the Police- be asked to report any occasion on which such lamp is not so lighted.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 January 1915
At CF l This is No. 77 Auburn Road You will find it next the Station. 'Tis here you will meet with a Good Class of IDRA.PjERIY at Moderate Prices. NeW Goods Come and 0o. You wiil always find Lines you want-Goods you must have, at prices that will please. Kindly patronise Your Auburn Draper WILLIAM CAFFIN, he will do hie best to please and serve you at his grand little shop, at 77 Auburn Road, with pleasure. HATIKIERE & HouRSALL 361-363 BURWOOD RD. Hawthorn. Tel. HOUSE / m1aw. Importers DECORATORS Importers OF OF Paints Oils, Mount Boards, and Varnishes, 7 Picture Mouldings, You'll Find Our Prices All Right. Wall Papers, Artists' Materials, IPainters' Window Brushware And Glass, 0LD LEAF, &* RENOVATORS SIGN WRITERS MOUNT CUTTERS, PICTURE FRAMERS. CASAMENTO BROS., Fruiterers & Greengrocers, 167 Glenferrie Road, Gl enfterrie. CHOICE FRUITS IN SEASON. Phone 937 Haw. All kinds of Aerated Waters THE TEA WITH A DEFINITE OBJEOT. Ham-o-dava Tea Sx..ptionally Nice Flav...
A BAD HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 January 1915
A BAD HAND. Lord Wolverhamptbn's s complaint of the burdens added to the cares of heads of departniments in official life by bad hand?ilting i::recanlls an amusing, incident ;. which,; occurred when the House of Lords 'was, in committee on the J::,eforiiýli Bill of 1867. The Clerk of the :House in timated thiat - ai?l enl iiiIentfhiad been hianded in,. thei writing 'of which was so illegible that he was runable to s'jiy what it was- about or who had written it. It was then discovered that Lord Lyttelton was the au thor, and it turned out to be a proposal disfranchising all persons who could not write i Lady : "How much are those chiclk ens ?" M*arket " Man : " Four shillings i each."' ."Do you raise them yourself ?" i "Oh, yes. They were thre tree shill : ::ings and sixpence yesterday.'.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 January 1915
FROOTOI.DSI Cure Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, and Biliousness. ,0-oO--- The immbnse number of orders for Frootoids, sent by post direct to the Pro prietor, is convincing proof that the Public appreciate their splendid curing power over the above-named complaints. They are elegant in appearance, pleasant to take, and, what is of the utmost im portance, thoroughly reliable in affording quick relief. 'Frootoids are immensely more valu able than an ordinary.aperient, in so far that they not only act as an aperient, but do remove from the blood, tissues, and internal organs, waste poisonous matter that is clogging them and choking the channels that lead to and from them. The beneficial effects of Frootoids are evident at once by the disappearance of headache, the head becoming clear, and a bright, cheery sense of perfect health taking the place of sluggish, depressed feelings, by the liver acting properly, and by the food being properly digested Frootoids are the proper aperient ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 January 1915
Business Directory. AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE ACENTS. BATTEN & PERCY, Auctioneer and Estate Agents, 6o Burwood-road, West Hawthorn. Tel. xg, Haw. thorn. R. THOS. CHENOWETH, Real Estate, Insurance and Financial Agent, Sworn Valuer and Business Broker, 143 Glenferrie Road, Glen ferrie. Tel. 324, Haw. HAMILTON AND CO., Land, Estate, and General Commission Agents, z18 Burke-road, Camber well. Tel. z519 Haw. E. 0. HILL & SON, Auctioneer, Sworn Valuator, Glenferrie Road, adjoining station. Tel. s5o, Haw. H. MAXWELL THOMPSON AND SON, Estate Agents and Finan ciers, 64 Auburn-road. Tel. 1153 Haw. BOOT MERCHANTS. F. H. GOLLAND, Boot and Shoe Merchant, 6x. Burwood Road, Auburn. Tel. 1499 Haw. J. GOAD, Practical Bootmaker and Repairer, Estab. 2o years, z3 Auburn Road, Auburn. P. McKIE, Australian Boot Palace, 403 Burwood Road (2 doors from Glenferrie House). J. C. WATTS, Boot and Shoe Mer chant, cr. Auburn and Burwood Roads, Auburn. J. LEWIS, Leather and Grindery Merchant, 639 Burwo...
Hawthorn City Council. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 January 1915
Hawthorn City Council. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 23. Present-His Worship the Mayor (Cr. Rigby) in the chair, and Crs. Wood, Nolan, Russell, Burton, Roche, Schwerin, Sambell, Mackay, Lord and Echberg. Cr. Echberg was welcomed by the Mayor and Councillors on taking his seat as one of the representatives for Yarra--Ward,
"Citizen" Almanac, 1915. 23 Years' Record. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915
" itizen " Almanac, 1915. 23 Years' Record. The 1" Hawthorn and Camberwell Family . Almanac and Business Guide" for the year 1915, containing 80 pages of reading matter and ad vertisements from leading firms, printed and published at the "Citi zen 'printing woiks, is novw ieady. This being the twenty-third annual issue ~?ve 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.
WHERE TO SPEND YOUR HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915
WHERE TO SPEND YOUR HOLIDAYS. At this season of the year the uni versal question, "Where shall we go to spend a pleasant holidayP" There are many places where this can be done, but one place in particular may be cited as being, under the circum stances, particularly desirable. This is "Westella," House at Sorrento, mid way between the two beaohes, and an ideal spot for fishermen and otherm fond of sport. This establishment is pre sided over by Mrs. A. L. Coker, the proprietress, who provides her patrons with splendid accommodation combined with a first-class table, and, what is of ;still more importance, very moderate charges. If any of our readers are still undecided where to go for a pleasant holiday, they cannot do better than make immediate application to Mrs. Coker. Sorrento is reached by a de lightful trip of 21 hours aros tshe bay.
Garden Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915
Giarden Notes. (By a Professional Gardener) In publishing these notes each week written by an expert, the Editor hopes that they will be of use to gardening readers, and also help others who may be quite in ignorance as to what to plant, and sow. The writer will give the names of .vegetable and flower seeds that may be sown in their proper season, and also leal with the treatment of some of our beautiful trees and shrubs, lawns, bush house, greenhouse and room plants, with hints from time to time on the methods of propagation and general treatment. After the recent rains our gardens are now in splendid condition, and much work can be done now that the soil has been soaked through so thoroughly. SEverything has grwn so luxuriantly during the last few weeks, including the weeds, therefore these must be krpt in check with the hoe, stirring the soil as deeply as possible, which will at the same time admit air around the roots of plants and also help to conserve the moisture. Where space...
CRICKET. EASTERN SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. ST. COLUMB'S CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915
CRICKET. UJ EASTERN SUBURBAN ASSO CIATION. ST. COLUMB'S CRICKET CLUB. The above club on New Year's day journeyed to Lower Fern Tree Gully, and met a team from the Fern Tree Gully Imperials, and after an enjoyable trip, the St. Columb's boys ran out easy winners by 59 runs on the first i:nings The results were as follows: St. Columb's, 1st innings 114. G. Blake, 83 ; H. Hayman, 18; L. Gibb, 12 ; C. Hatherley, 11; A. Blake, 11. 2nd innings 5 wickets for 78 A. Blake, 29 n.o., G. Stubbings, 17 n.o. W. Stubbings, 16. Bowling, McMahon, 1 for 14, A. Pickett, 2 for 24, - Wakeling 4 for 25, -.Black 3 for 7. Fern Tree Gully Imperials 55. - Wakeling, 25; Black, 7. Bowling, St. Columb's H. Hayman, 4 for 21 A. Blake, 6 for 25. The St. Columb's Club, on Saturday next, meet a teaim from S.Kilda Cricket Ulub, in a two days match. Supporters roll up.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915
RINWG UP 'PHONE 820 Haw thorn Exchange, for "Citizen"' Printing Works, 438 Burwood read, Hawthorn. Up-to-date Plant. Wonkmanship guaranteed. You will save money by havinag YOUR PRINTING DONE THERE Sore, Swollen, and Tender Feet. Used to Cry Out With the Pain. Zam-Buk Heals,.Soothee and Cools. " After walking for some time I used to suffer from swollen and tender feet, which were very sore," says Mrs. C. E. Driver, of 43 Donald street, Footscray, Melbourne. "The burning and aching sensations caused me much suffering, and at times I used to cry out with the pain. I bathed them and tried all sorts of things to get relief, but nothing eased the smarting or reduced the swelling. " However, I tried Zam-Buk, and this excellent balm soon drew out all the heat, healed the soreness and reduced the swell. ing. Zam-Buk is indeed a wonderfull balm, for I have never had any foot troubles since using it. Now I can walk about in comfort, whereas one time I oould not even bear a booton. "I have also...
A New Year's Forecast. NO NEED FOR DESPONDENCY CLEAR CALL FOR COURAGE AND CONFIDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915
A New Year's Forecast. NO NEED FOR DESPONDENCY CLEAR CALI FOR COURAGE AND CONFIDENCE : The year opens Awith the' dark shadow of war hanging overi the civilized world, in a desperate struggle for mastery, which is; by far the greatest the world h:;as i.ever known; Though for- the tiime beiiig retarded by ice,, now and raiii,tliere are indications that .iitli the: adefnt of the Contential:Spii ig.the stiTiggle will be renewed ~ ithli ii?ceiase fuir slaughter and.- desiolation.i Everry available source of stupply 6f iiien, horses, amniunitioiia'nd instrutimients of warfare :. is being" Comii.lnani . deered" witli that :oblject ;'in ivievw by each and all of the opposing forces and, thouglir.therecan c be no doiubt as to the: ultimate .result, there is reason to. fear ?thati victory will riot be achieved du?ring the eiarly part of the year; but is likely to: cotinue f6r a considerable timie, unless? Ger man c6ifideince receives agery seve re shaking as the resultiof ainincreased; and ov...
WHAT A GOAT! [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915
WHAT A GOAT! In a town not far from Melbourne, where the goat is a familiar object, roaming about the streets at all hours, great amusement to the onlookers was caused by one "billy", who, walking on the footpath, chanced to see his own reflection in the plate-glass window of a certain shop in the main street. He stopped, full of fight, turned and promply butted at his shadow The heavy glass withestood the shock. The goat charged again, and still the glass stood the strain. Then, moving further back, the enraged animal, with a bleat of de fiance charged for the third time. The glass gave before the force of the impact, and was shattered into a thousand pieces. The damage was estimated at £10, and 'billy' came off unharmed.
AUSTRALIA TO THE FRONT [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915
AUSTRALIA ýQTO THE FRONT' Practically fifty "thouisand Aus' tralians will sooii be engaged in this active conflict, andl '.preparationis.are being miade to doiuble this nimber as opportuuity fol-fei- Aiis. mongst these are inclucl .l-...-;1 . ii; ,-SL .;a ; all wiarss--o-?ý 'of, the ifiiest speci mens of our:. yo.ung; :ad:-:stalivart manhood, wh-oare prepared to fight, and, if need. be, die, for Kinigand Country. It is ourst to' do what we can to see that those who'remain as: dependants shallssuiffer no finaicial loss whilst they are away.
Harry Lauder. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915
Harry Lauder. " Harry Lauder, comedian on tour in Australia and New Z?alaud " was the address of a letter wlhich found-its way._in to .t h e_.offi ceF F-.T,-I,, --N--TsI%? the other day. Orn thdenvelope was also the following:: " To P.M.G. "Thanks for safe delivery of similar addressed letter months ago. This asked Harryr Li ider to send :! a love message '" to British troops in Euro poan trenches, and another message to " hurry : up" British youths still at home as i;ecruits. - Ogilvy, - Dundee." Harry Lander isi the-recipient of hundreds of. humorous letters from time to.time, biut this nue fairly "Cowes the Cuddy." A letter fiom the famous Scotch man from Amei ica received by his Australian Managers, J. and N. Tait, says that the news of the Australian Oruiser. H.M.S. Sydney, accounting for the " Emden " was very popular in the United States,and Lauder adds tha~t he is yearning for the time when he will have the delightful privilege of appearing in Australasia again, which he hop...
FINANCING THE WAR [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915
FINANCING THE WARI. Australia haiing found the men;, it remains for the F?deral and State Governments .,to :find. the 'cash usually referred to as the:'" Sinews of War." Our present note issue is an evidence that the golden coins are being used to finance the expen diture and to meet heavy calls from Iondon. Fresh taxatioxi will be imposed, and very many millions will be paid by Australians generally before the whole bill will be met. The present will be but one of a series of years of increased prices as the result of the increased Customs duties.
The Australian Red Cross Society. President: HER EXCELLENCY THE LADY HELEN MUNRO FERGUSON. Hon. Treasurer: Hon. E. Miller. OBJECT: [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915
The Australian Ned Cross Society. President: HER EXCELLENCY THE LADY HELEN MUNRO FERGUSON. Hon. Treasurer: Hoen. E. Miller. OBJECT: To prepare during peace in order to have properly trained workers, both male and female ; to havelargesupplies of all sorts of hospital stores and equipment, and also money. Almost every civilised country has its Red Cross Society. It is the only Society rccognised by the. military authorities of all nations. Red Cross workers are not molested by either side in war time. Its members succour and help all sick audwouuded irrFspective of nationality. Enormous stores are held by some Scrcieties, but not enough for such a war as the one in which we are at pres. ent engaged. Red Cross workers do not go into the fighting line, but attend to the sick and wounded as they pass from the field to the hospitals on. the lines or at the base. The Society also establish and main tain hospitals'and convalescent homes. These latter will be found of special value to overs...
BUILDING TRADE RESTRICTED [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915
BUILDING TRADE RESTRICTED One of the first local effects is the restriction of advances by financial institutions, who desire to protect themselves from any untoward even tualities which may occur. Though there is evidence that in ordinary circumstances plenty of money would be forthcoming, the building trade has in the meantime received a very decided check, and what is being done is mainly carried out by those whom fortune has favored during the last decade. The value of money and thefolly of extravagant e~xpenditure in any direction is. being amply proved.
Dr. Barnardo's Homes ANNUAL MEETING. SIR GEORGE REID'S STIRRING SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915
Dr.Barnardo's Homes ANNUAL MEETING. SIR GEORGE REID'S STIRRING SPEECH. We reprint the following from the October issue of "Day and Night." " The date was noteworthy. The Fourth of July was the birthday of our Founder, Dr. Barnardo. The Memorial Room had, therefore, a double quota of visitors, and the grass-covered grave was decked with tributary flowers. Our visitors come from far. Among them the Amercian contingent recalled that it was Independence Day, and they were all the readier to enter into thle cheerful spirit of our Fete." "The Right Hen. Sir George Reid, P.O., G.O.M.G. (High Commissionler for Australia), humorously described himself as the only man in the world who represented a Continent. He said "Your Grace, Ladies and Gentle men-One of the very pleasant in cidents of this meeting is the presence of the Primate of All Ireland in the chair. (Applause.) I think it is an en couraging sign to find that he can leave the distressful Island at the present time--(laughter)--and ...
MUTUAL HELP AND COURAGE NEEDED [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915
MUTUALI HELP AND COURAGE NEEDED But in no part of the world is there such a chance of recuperition, if our energies are wisely directed. Australia has a climate which will grow anything, ifwater conservation is carried out in a thorough and business-like manner, and "Produc tion" may well be our watchword. Certainly we have had a drought last year; but the general rains have already brightened our prospects of cheaper dairy produce, late fruits, cereal crops and vegetables. We have need to earnestly and cou rageously face the situation, and mutually render assistance to each other, and the present cloud will most assuredly lift. The recent holiday season was a striking lesson on the natural cheerfulness of the race inhabiting the sunny south.