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THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914
THE CHURCHES. SThe .'23rd ?niversiaryi of the Kew (Highbury-grove)" Methodist .- Sunday school.- was ielebrated on Sunday anid Monday last, whei excellent congriega tions ~ittefided: t apprecitte the- ad-. dresses and the ieally -speiiedid singihg ig &lt; of tlie ::childrien; who , ind&er "tlhe able. conducto'si i fshi ofMr"IP- IRetchford,;:': : rendeiecl ipproprpiate hiiinns iin.i plea~s - ing mai? er ieflecting great creditIonI. .: the tuoitinitinii tlIe i$es foiermes thelimf-. ., selves. hs. 1e cliurch 'i-s ttefulY?i .d doratedd\;ithl everreeni iafd) bi:ers,-ow -:.e andf the children wer\e; accommiodited on a. platform, erected t a :"one end- of: the church. IThe morning service: was conducted by-the Re~il:. W. Vai; don, the afternoon by lRev: J." R .Ander-. :': son; and the evening by the pastdr, the Rev. J. R. Harcourt. The tea and public meeting. were held oni Mon day, and were largely attended.. The report for the school was very encour aging, there being over...
CAMBERWELL BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914
CAMBEItWELL BAPTIST CHURCOR. SThe anniversary services of the Cam berwell Baptist Sunday school were brought to a close on Tuesday evening, when a concert was given by the scholars of the-school, assisted by the church choir. The chrch was taste fully decorated by Misses Manchester and Russell, and was crowded to tihe doors. The officers of the school for 1914 are Mr. W. Naylor, superinten denlt in chief Messrs. Jnames (supcrin tendants), ?ir. C. Wain (secretary), Mr. J. Lennic (treasurer), Mr. F. Wil cox (librarian). The report of the' officers showed the school roll to contain 312 scholars and 50 teachers, with anu average attend ance of 239. The highest prize at tho jBaptidt Union Examinations had been won by the school by Mr. David Neville, and quite a number of scholars lhad not missed an attendance from six to nine years. The school has been properly systematised by the "Ar chibald" system, anod was a success. Thirty per cent.- of the scholars had obtained ninety per cent. of ...
THE PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914
.ichmnoiu ~.'tIh . . kic. :ftorithel:e\.clstelnigoal .'at he. bouince tof 'the .hall " lirccy ickly passed to Ilyrne iho scnitthe liball well uip for " w 11rd iut ii??ly"'I ,niibo poinit '.was iiotflhed. , hfrel fl6 ' the .kick off to . Iawtlinil resulte *in: anotheir point. IThen .cicilnolic i took' pssession. iand i:: i .va fi,'ocpieceof iliJy scird n sixer S'O'i thibouniiiicc iendri ind iidPiercc i-" ýluslied te: i bili:ll iiol'A??r' io :Andsn. *. 'eoidrccl ' dd '.iidbooted; H ail tairin's fiist' . goa'l..,.Hawthori''s ruck.i was :yvery supleiolrf 1 iid '-..w(is. doi'ig very 0good W: ? iorki:.ln r'6iiig. Is rareli, .olut 'of " his -1)1ic c I ;ltl thioir was repeated]'. SIl?alttidckjig 'tlici_ oliIpneniits' goa; i but :'thlie;. fior?rds coiildi't fiunld te bill ' :; c ve, six fiiin o'loiots hefing addedi ilic ".- -.: ?Sanid" ..lHlendrie.; from n ;ig0od tingle; . scored ;! good - go;il.: The ':quarter ."eided:c -?Hlathioin,;2 Ils '8 behiiids i. .(20.ipliits)': Iicliiond;:;2 .gols 2...
THE AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION, HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914
THE lAUSTRALIAN WOMElfS ASSOCIATION, HAWTHORN. The above branch held their fort nightly meeting-on Wednesday, 13th Miay, at the Hawthorn. Hall. Mrs. Buggee, president, occupied the chair. . The attendance was faii and onen:len im:brlern i:-as: welcomed into thc brainch. N9ii'iinntiodins weretdceived oc the oiceis, tahd @icmmittee foi .tlh: forth comngu haslf yeir cdliir November. As nexitmee nng' "7thd M is in st iti'ni, 6f ne oice b?., 1a6elair ii. Iargn ittenda'ine:6of membeis is ex pected (oliu?nnight) Mis .'Slhinnon is Wi.sta?liln: oflicei Miss E Williims g'ive 'ii am usin'g c:'omfetitol(i'i - (,pingi?taiil?ail6 Pig),i -a d iltliouglh blidf old? 0d is;, Bugge "6 succeide'ld i?pii?iiin the i in propililce She as a d a \',e'ry meel4-prize,: : ':?:: ? . :?.? ? '.;:::: : Si' tci bt en th iHaton Distiit :.id No ithedin5 istiid is? nohtii p n d o Saturclaii . la., owing to soime nii iisundeistanduig Si?e Biitish tisoiton tHae - . th orn tea defeated B urns by 4gisto iii
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914
FOOTBALL. V . --.-.,-. Hawthorn District ict Richmond SDistrict on Saturday last on the Haw thorn Oval. The weather was ideal for good fast foot.ball,. although the ground Swas a bit on the hard side. It was a good strenuous game, full' of rigorous battles in. all liarts of trie.fi?ld, and the u, •iilncro!s spectators :w'erde amply)I re .. wa ded-l forn' teir patrohiagn'- by. seeing a' e".'cll. iiiterestii ' gaine -Alh-oughi i;.:'li'chmondwo 'l22 o poinfts tlie sides -werle f oreiVd te" iini'l etlihscois indi .i:cted ;tlicd ''otbl'oimadull it in milt . .up '.eii .nst- ailfs' i'sseason. and e a: l.l ,fi.lh llyq.iiaii:tller ci:ow.ded - to 1.'thi ii 1 lineau l- intlie - o.'.deidig -i ath:ie:ml.laS ]iflfislnitl , e le results ;:sliould fi ~ deen. rvised. reiioi *Disti ti ic 'dnolidtni nd the c lil toi ',ti !'i , : b'? tili? 'no ithiiorii temii ;shlould lcoulc A t surs spporters. eaiis tiiist:t BaIdock ^ (3) - eimci yHifendime^^ C i ) ; Ai, An I i;Lileii Crlk;e;- iss: t Hatfield, Wl .' s...
THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914
.THE CHURCHES. The anniversary of the' West Ha.w thorn Presbyterian Church, Power street, was ..celebrated on :Sunday last. The preachers were the ReiK .J. L. Cope; moining; Mr. W:. F:: Greeniwood, af'tern!ooio aiid:i1Rev. A. Gillison, eveniiigi The schobilars fen dered special hymis,ns and the; gather ing was a.veryi successful one. -. Thie Sori Brffs Big? f?f :.the Sal vation. Ainj- rm di? crowded': attend ances. in the ?IKew ' Empire: Hiall on Sunday lastid~ tlie, ivarioius items were- grea't! 4 appre?eiated-." A tedcheri's soci ill iit ?, olinection with the;uuu'rii :-Bastist. Church passed :off ;:pleasintly. o"I Mondav last. Lieut ColoineL Friediich •Editor i chie?li of theli 'Slaion Army, briglitenedithie? services 'at the Haw thorni Citideli? ? Siunida i"last. The Aiuibui-iM Congreg~tional Chuic'h held.:an oiginrecital and onceid t on YlTuiesday?eveiinig last. Miss IMadge Boys, anid -Messrs. F. J. Watsford and S.,L. Parsons, and the church choir delighted the audience with mu...
EDUCATION CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914
EDUCATION CASES. Edward Matthews was charged by Richard A. IMeikle with having failed to attend school the required number of days. Defendant, who had been fined in February last, failed to ap pear, and was fined 5s., in default 48 hours' imprisonment. William Minn was charged witli k similar offence to the above. Four separate charges were laid, and the boy, who had been fined twice pre viously, was fined 5s. orl each count.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914
I To start things comring your way-Go after them I! That's what .We are doing at "The Capitol"Kirkwood's Men's Mercers and Tailors, 189 GLENFERRIE ROAD, .Right Opposite the Glenferrie Theatre. Onur Stock of Men!s wear is the Largest and Best Assorted in or outside of Melbourne. Men! Buy Your Wear at a Man's Shop, and get the right stuff. Our Week-end Bargains this week ! Is. TIE CARNIVAL Is. NOW IbN FUrLL SWZN .. ' Come and see Our Selection of most Up-to-date and exclusive designs in Neck Ties-400 dozen to select from. Kirkwood, the Tie King, at the Capitol, 189 GLENI'FERIRIE ROAD, opposite Glenferrie Theatre. Tel. Haw. 780. PHONE HAWTHORN 1883. Mrs. C. Bolger, CONFECTIONER, Large stock of Choice English and Colonial Confectionery. Ornaments for Bride and Birthday Cakes a Speciality. ouo .urwooct toad, U-lenferrie. Importers of PIANOS & ORGANS Musical Goods. Violins and everything Musical. Music Sellers. We have several -splendid Pianos, by well-known makers, slightly used,...
VACCINATION CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914
VACCINATION CASE. Ernest M. Pearce was clharged with failing to have/his child ,vaccinated. Jean Wilson, registrar, .and Con stable Greely gave evidence., the lat ter stating the defendant, .who did not appear, had told him his common sense would not allow him to have it done. A fine of 4,os, and i,6 costs was imposed. At the conclusion: of the business, Mr. Philpott made reference to the death of .Sergeant WalIsh.' . .
OBITUARY. EX-SERGEANT WHELAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914
'OBITUARY. 'EX-SETGENT ¥ WHELAN.' Oileby.obne: the old identities who hadclibeen actively elngaged in: the hunt after itlihenotorious Kelly gang are disappear:iig from the ken of mortal man.: The latest member to join the gsreat majority was in the person of ex-Sergeant James Whelan, who died at his Hawthorn residence on Satur days, Ma.y 9th, at the ripe age of 85, -nearly 58 of which had been spent ii Australia. Before he came to Vic toria he was a member of the Royal Irisli :Constabulary, and soon after his arrival in this State, in 1856, he joinedthe local police force. Being acquainted with ' Superintendent O'Hara Burke, he was delegated to Beechworth. While there he opened the lirst police station at Donnelly's Creek,. before the Long Tunnel mine (\WTalhalla) was discovered. He was then transferred to Benalla, and while there participated in the long chase after the last gang of bushrangers, narro\wly escaping death at the hands of Power, who, after his capture on - the summit ...
BURWOOD—MELBOURNE TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914
BU WOOD [ I lBoUR NE - The? c nfrenco epjresentaivs of thiie Melborinei Citi y 'Council iand. the mun?lcip?ilities.?f. Richmond, Hant thorn:iia: ndCamiberi~ell appointed to :: consider the constriuction of an elec tric tr'amwyi?ififrom Bur oodl to Mel-": bourie, vfia 'Sw iinstreet;: Richmond, in coninectiniii ith the electificfation, lf :the Hki-tl, thorni horsefti mimway, met -. o Mo::':ni?la; in th;fle: M\elbounie Toivn H-aill to i:eceiveltthe report of Messis. McCart.- Undeirwood and Co:, elec-: ti?c-al e'niineers;):T There was a full a.t-. t~eiidaice of m:embers. "Cr W.i G.' MoBei? li(Cainberiel) piresided.. . Siimiiingo up 'the financial position, thilrrepqrt stalteSr--' The estimate of re en.!le ain id exlpeiditure is coriserva" tive ;dinl' sioiwSlthat duiingr he first year of .:e.i:ations a loss of .£7174: o ill?b'j incurred;p-:ioviding -the tratm- (?.is' chai?ige d up' iitli: the feneival reseries fuiind of £20o8i . : .We are,'. hoiwe-ie o, o pinion (thait iin- tlvery near i...
AUCTION SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914
AUGCTION ~S4fJL'E Siturdayp, @ M o)3th 15 it day on( which prospective puchasers -can iini spect .the :aurious all~iieoitins whiich will be offered foi sale :ih.lie; toivin of Kew.: : Properties?i?i this subtrij-b are vialabile, anid \promise to beiiin valuable as the yeais:gr o on;&lt; and in vestors canriot do: better than attend the sale conducted " -by Cgliill and, HIaughton, in? conju??ti~,i 'ivith .Geo. Strandgard -and Co., who will *be pleased to give particiila'rs.
CURRENT COMMENTS. THE CENSURE MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914
CURRENT COMMENTS. T. : .THE CENSURIE MOTION. "The long, arduous debate on the censure motion, moved by Mr. Fisher, has ended, and thle iiievitable conclu .. Si6on: brigs the sbltiton of tl'e pobliti cal difficulty: o n nearer: than: pirevi ously. 'Last session w.as: deficient in effectilve legislation this term .ap pears ;:to be of 'the ssi~mi: destriictive Sordeir. T"he most ndted oirators" in Austrilia exceptinig Mr Kinig : O'Malle--are gatheri-e;d in the shelter :,of the;F ederil :fold,: which is :.so com 'fortable' thaftthle niety anddnine con ..sider it unnecessary to search for the -one cure for this invidioug: comiplaint, ..:which is, out in the -vilds of an elec tioneeiriiing campaign;· The members have been shouldered with responsibi lities they are now most anxious to avoid, for both parties have made e'- rprehensible mistakes 'which may be viewed with disfavour on the part of electors, and work--of a nature unparliamentary-is not palatable to individuals fostered in atmos...
SUCCESSFUL LAND SALE. CAMBERWELL ESTATE SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914
SUCCESSF-UL LAND SAIE, CAIMBERWELL 1ES' TATE SOLD. Not for many years s 'pas hassuch a successful sale-_ of siburban proper-. ties been lield as thatt whilch y.ias:con ducted by: Messrs. Dincan alhd'Wel ler on - thei estte, Ria eRieral-road, Canmbeiwell:.E ast, on. Sa'tiuidayfafter noon last The . eathii s delight ful, and about:i loo.b pedple availed themselves obf the facilities',.irovided by: .the d'uctioneeriýs 'to convey themn to ihe beautiful estate ahitl enjoyed gaz inig over: the paoiramic view: which could be 6obtained: firm tlis elevated position. marcAquee ad been erec ted in -case ofi:rai;bUt- tihis was not niieeded::.:.: "; -. ;' ;: -' -:-This estate.-s' situaited' in .-ie cen tre: of wliat, piomises .to-ib.die :f: the, most pr~gressive"lsububs in tie mnietrol politan'area; and thetermson which the land .wasoffered - 5dep6st alnd o30s imonthlyieniticed^ nman'ylbuyers; There are: :riny: conveniencesisiuch as 'waterli and electric liihtff?~ndl'e:the tram service will shor...
THE LATE REV. D. S. MAXWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914
THE LATE REV. D. 8. MAX WELL. A memorial service was held in the Kew Presbyterian Church on Sunday morning last, conducted by the Rev. J. Barnaby, M.A., B13.D., and was largely attended. The. Rev. Mr. Barnaby gave an eloquent address, in the course of which he said, " When the Assembly rolls are called, many names will be wanting, included in the list being Mr. James A. Robin son, of Hawthorn; the Hon. J. Bal four, of WVest Hawthorn; and our beloved elder, the first minister of this church, the late Rev.!D. S. Max well. Many years had passed since Mr. Maxwell was born in Jamaica, from whence he journeyed to Scot land for the educational advantages. In those days men fought for prin .ciple and held strong convictions. Mr. Maxwell, after being trained in the northern academies, passed to Edin burgh, to enter into the lengthy pre paration the Church of 'Scotland re quired for her sons entering the minis - try. His first parish was a country one, near Glasgow, and it was there that he w...
KOOYONG JUNIOR LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914
KOOYONG JUiNI1OR LEAGUE. On Satuiday last Tooronga met Camberwell Juniors, on the latter's ground, and after a strenuous game was woit by Tooranlgas by 7 goals 13 behind to 6 goals 9A behinds. The winners were best served by-Reid, Willison. Shaw (2 goals), Taylor (2 goals), B;ennett (1 goal), Turner (2 goals), Tuck, Gates and Slhiels, and for the losors---Woodfoihd, Godfrey, Smith, -Miller. Paterson and Beard were pro minent. To-morrow Tooronga play Lyndhurst at East Kew, and, as both teams are undefeated, a good game is anticipated.
FOOTBALL. HAWTHORN V. NORTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914
FOOTBALL. HAWTHrORN V. NOITBH MEL BOURNE. A large crowd attended Glenferrio Sports Ground on Saturday last to wit ness. the match, Hawthorn v. North IMelbourne. The latter team having absolutely the best sixteen players they ha.vo ever yet had since or anised, whilst Hawthorn were strengthened by the addition of ~fay, Holland ;and Beckman, this trio playing brilliantly. The game was .a fast and strenuous one, the ball travelling up and down the ground like lightning. North Mel bourne men nrove i themselves too good fdr 'Hanvtllorni. and won the match very easily by morie accurate kicking, the final scores bein?:-- Nolrth MIelbourne, 19 goals 19 behinds (133 points); Haw tlhorn, 6 go;als 22 behinds (58 points). Althoughl the winners had a mnajority of 73 points, the scores do not by any mleans indicate the nature of the play as one only las tb 'peruse the figures and they .will see that Hawthorn had 28 tries to the victors' 38, so this again speaks, well for the manner in wTich the "...
LADIES' CHARACTER NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914
LADIES' CHARACTER NICHT. On Tuesday, May 5, the Haw thorn branch, of the Australian Women's 'Association'held their second Ladies' Character Night in the Haw thorn Hiall. The attendance was Izo, :and all the characters, of which theie.was a great variety, were well carried out. T:.ihe judges; Mesdames Fossit and TIhreckle '(Chief President df the Association), h~ad great difficulty in awarding; the prizes, there being so maisy splendidi characters to choose from.'- However, the final result wasl Best Set--The Brigands-Miises A. Wales, W. Hollins, G. Hodson, V. Moodie, J. Ghent, L. Burt, H. Hodson, M. Hodson. Best Sustained Character (girl), " Lizzie Ann," Miss E. Walker. Best Sustained. Character (boy), " Drowsy Doodle from Dandenong," Miss M. Braddy. A special prize was awarded MIiss \Vithcombe, " Brown PaperParcel." Another very good set, and in ?r IGl ? ,? .'.. . . .1 , . . . . . . splendidly, wa?? s.iss :Harvey's bridal set, in which Miss Don acted as bride and worek a white dre...