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CHARGE OF ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914

1 CHARGE OF ASSAULT. Andrew Robinson Blackwood, agent, was charged with having on February 13 unlawfully inflicted grievous bodily harm on Charles Campbell. aMr. N. H. Sonenberg appeared for Lt defendant, who pleaded not guilty. g Charles Campbell, clerk, residing d at 292 Burwood-road, Hawthorn, :-stated that about midnight on Feb , ruary 13, he went to the back veran e dah to get an alarm clock which s accused *had under his bed on the r verandah. On asking him for the -clock, accused said, " It's mine l' and n on his replying that it was his, ac cused said, " If you take it, you do Sso at your own risk !" On stooping i- down to get the clock, which he could :t hear ticking under the bed, Black' wood struck him on the head with a g club, which he believed accused lhad* y in his pocket. " When I fell, he s- said, 'Now I have got you, you as - ,'and struck me again." , Cross-examined by Mr. Sonenberg, h witness admitted having four long n beers prior to coming home. Ac o cused was t...

Publication Title: Hawthorn And Camberwell Citizen
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FIREMEN BUSY. LOCAL CONFLAGRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914

FIREMEN BUSY. LOCAL CONFLAGRATIONS. On Monday last a fire broke out at the rear of a ten-roomed dwelling at Cotham-road, Kew, owned and occupied by Mr. D. F. Morris. Seve ral outhouses, together with contents, and four panels of 6ft. fencing, were destroyed by fire. The building is insured'in the Imperial office for o1050. Hawthorn and Kew Bri gades attended and succeeded in effecting a good stop. At 4.24 a.m., onl Tuesday, i7th, the 'Hawthorn and Camberwell bri gades were summoned by street alarm to an outbreak-at rear of pre mnises, 503 Burwood-road; coiiisting Mrs. L. Turner, and occupied by Mrs. Blackburn and Mr. A. W. Com port, respectively. The washhouses and outhouses, also back verandahs, were consumed, and a glance through -the dwellings (every room had been scorched and curtains burnt) went to show the handling of the flames by the brigade. Mr. Comport is the only occupant insured, and is covered in the Royal for £250. At II.?55 the same day the brigade were sununmoned to ...

Publication Title: Hawthorn And Camberwell Citizen
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THROUGH STREETS. HARRISON'S CRESCENT TO MUIR STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914

THROUGH STREETS. HARRISON'S CRESCENT TO MUIR STREET. At the Wednesday coundil meeting considerable discussion arose over the purchasing of some fifty feet of land from Mrs. M. Smith, which is re quired for the proposed through street from Harrison's Crescent to Muir-street. Mrs. Smith is asking £7 per foot for the land, but the council only values same at £~5, which price Mrs. Smith refuses to accept, as she states that an offer of £6 per. foot for the land has been refused, and that she intended building on same. Mrs. Smith offers to throw in a small trianigular piece of land of 40 feet at the rear. Cr. Rigby, thle chairman of the Legislative and Finance Committee, reported that they had not been able to come to any arrangement with Mrs. Smith, and left the matter in the hands of the council. ., Cr. Nolan wanted to know why the owner is so generous in regards to the triangular piece, when she asks so high a price? He would suggest that the matter be referred back. Cr. Russell: We m...

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Hawthorn City Council. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. LYNCH STREET DRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914

Sathont & 1ambetrei "GITIZEN."' With which a Incorporated THE "BOROONDARA STANDARD' (Established 28 years.) efficial 8rgan of the Hawthorn @ity Souncil and Hawthorn Progress Rssoclatlon FRIDAY, FEB 20, 1914 Hawthorn City Gouncil. WEDNESDAY, FE?BRUARY S. LYNCH STREET DRAIN. The question of covering that por tion of the Lynch-street drain, where the drain comes through from the sports grounds, was at the last meet ing referred to the General Purposes Committee for report. ,At-the coun cil meeting on Wednesday night the chairman of the G.P.C. reported that they had gone into the matter, and decided that the covering of that por tion was not really necessary, and that the expense of so doing would be very heavy, and, after giving the matter full consideration, recom mended that that portion be securely fenced. Councillor Nolan seconded the motion. Carried.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914

Kine Bros& Art Tailors, 523 Burwood Road, Auburn S(opp. Tower Hotel; Ladies' Tailor - made Costumos a Speciality Latest Suitings for Coming Seas:n. NO WORK ENTRUSTED TO FACTORY. ' Business Notices. .-: VALUE IN FURNITURE of Style & Quality 4 All 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, ive offer really remarkable value for cash and can arrange extended payments if desired. J, Perriman & Sons Complete House Furnishers, Opp. Hawthoru Town Hall. Tel. 191. General Engineering Cob Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, 266 BURWOOD ROAD, HAWTHORN (NEXT TOWN HALT). And at 367a Post Office Place West, MELBOURNE. "I'el. 6609 Centra,1. DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES SrUBMITEoD. ELECTRIC MOTORS. G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914

iGUARDIAN A A-ssurance Company Limited. FIRE PERSONAL ACCIDENTE Orop, ,.ili %j?,D L l, J J1 l Employer's' and Liability. Stack Workmen's insurances Wokmn' a ' Lf Compensation. S peciality. Publi Fidelity Risk. Ouarantep. Third Party Plate Glass. Indemnity. Assets Exceed Six and a Half Millions. CHIEF AUSTRALIAN OFFICE: 452 Collins Street, Melbourne. ..... .....··l: " Tzo [YI-i~ I '..- FO 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 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 ? I i--.:?- .;-1..- Musical Instruments & Sheet Music Come to Us for Anything. Cash or Terms S Repairs a Specialit...

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RETIREMENT OF COUNCILLOR HENNINGSEN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914

RETIREMENT OF COUNCILLOR HENNINCSEN. At the council meeting on Wednes day night, Cr. Henningsen announced that this was the last night that he would be among them as a representa tive of the Auburn Ward, as he wished to tender his resignation. His reason for so doing was-4hat his health had not been very good of late, and he was advised to retire from public mat ters. He was sorry to part with all, and-pleased to see that the engineer has completed the main drain, and wished to complimrent him on the work donie. - The Mayor said he very much xe gretted to hear that Cr. Henningsen 's health necessitated his retiring, as a more energetic councillor we have never had. Whatever he took in hand he was earnest about it. Such men as he are of great value to public life. It is a pity that there are not more like him. But after all, health was the" first consideration. He very much re gretted that Cr. Henningsen was leav jng thenm. , Cr. Russell desired to supplement the remariks of the Mayo...

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HAWTHORN LADIES' SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914

HAWTi;HORN .LADIES' SWIlM MINC CLUB. The club wif-hold their annual carnival on ,Monday night, March 9, at Hawthorn City Baths, under the patrbnage of His Worship the Mayor, Councillor Barbour, and acting Mayoress, Miss Barbour, and coun cillors of Hawthorn. Entries close with Mrs. :Ridgwell, hon. secretary, March 4, 'Hawthorn City Baths. Gentlemen admitted. Special races-club's championship, 40 yards; open handicap, 80 yards. Special display fancy swimming and diving; also fancy dress race.;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914

This is No. 77 Auburn Road You will find it next the Station. " 'Tis here you will meet with a Good Chlss of D-RAPE=RYI at. Moderate Prices. New Goods Come and Go. SYou wi.l always find Lines you want-Gods you must have, at prices that will please. Kidly patrm ise Your Auburn Draper W I L L I AM C A F FIN, he will do his best to please and serve you at his grand little shop, at 77. Auburn Road, with pleasure. HATHERLEY & HORSFALL * 361-363 BURWOOD PD Hawthorn. . Tel. ° HOUSE 421 aw. Importers DECORATORS Importers OF OF Paints. Oils, Mount Boards, and Varnishes, V PictureMouldings, You'll Find Our Prices All Right. Wall Papers, Artists' Materials, Painters' Window Brushw re And Glass, GOLD LEAF, &' RENOVATORS &o. SIGN WRITERS MOUNT CUTTERS, PICTURE FRAMERS. THE TEA WiTH A EFITE KJEOT. Ham-o-dava Tea xm?ptionally Nice Flavour, and all the Whole uale Profit is spent on " Uplifting the Masses." DOES IT APPEAL TO YOU? ASK YOUR GROCER. Tadgell & Sons Succes...

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SUDDEN DEATH OF AUBURN RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914

SUDDEN DEATH OF AUBURN RESIDENT. A painfully sudden death occurred in Paterson's coal yard on Monday last.. Mr. Wm. Trott, a local wood and coal merchant, had just loaded his spring cart, and' was about to re turnt to -Auburn, when he suddenly collapsed, and his body was removed to the Morgue. Mr. Trott was a married man, fifty-three years of age, with a grown-up family, and had been. in business in Auburn for twenty-two years.,, "-r A

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914

Hawthorn City Council. S WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. Present :-the Mayor (Or.Barb ur in the chair), and Cr5 Russell,- Burton, Sambell, SBohwerin, Nolan, Roche, Henningsea, Rigby, Ward, Lord and Wood. Letters Received. From Metropolitam Board of Works, relative to alter ations to Board's water mains and sewers along route of proposed Burwood road Tramway. From Prabhrian and Malvern Tramways, re Burfrood road Tramway. From Hon. Sec. Burwood to Melbourne Tramway Conference, notifying date of meeting. From Prabran and Malvern Tramway Trust, regarding pass for City Surveyor. From Hon. W. M'PherRon, acknowledeing letter of appreciation regarding Burwood to Melbourne Tram iWay Bill From Sergeant Mumford, tendering resignation as Prosecuting Officer under Concoil's By-lhws for Hawtborn Police District. From John Miller, re lamp, Park street.-Referred to General Purposes Committee. From C. S. Bellett, regarding woodyard, &dc, Burwood road east. On the motion of Cr. Russell it was deci de...

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GLENFERRIE THEATRE. The Story of a Syren. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914

CLENFERRIE THEATRE. The 8tory of a Syren. This is one of the strongest dra matic stories ever shown upon the screen. The leading parts are taken by Mdlle. Mistinguett, and M. Henri Krauss, both famous for their fine acting in such masterpieces as "Les Miserables," etc. The story sur rounds the'life of Fernande, the daul hter of a-poor tutor, who mar ries..Dr. Cezambre, to get away from her poor home. During the part of the picture in Paris, Fernande (Mdlle. Mistinguett) gives a fine exhibition of the intricacies of the 'Tango." Eventually the syren, after tempting and spoiling the lives of many ad mnirers, is killed by the ihother of one of her victims, and the doctor, to shield the old woman, takes the blame upon himself, and gets the benefit of the " Unwritten Law." This will be screened every evening.

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HOW A FIRM'S STOCKTAKING MAY BENEFIT THE CUSTOMER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914

HOW A FIRM'S STOCKTAKING MAY BENEFIT THE CUSTOMER. Though perhaps disliked by some ,and an anxious time for bthers, yet the necessity of stocktaking is always apparent. It is the time of listing, checking, and sorting, etc., and it collating the figures in order to ob tain the desired end, and review the result of the year's work. This, of course, is of special benefit to the business house, but it also is. of ex ceptional benefit to the customer. 'Stocktaking represents personal contact with the goods-with almost each item, and, of course, lines are brought forward, and the stocktaker is brought face to face with the amount hf stock in hand, with the result that the immediate need of a ready clearance presents itself, and, in order to obtain this object, a reduc tion is made in the price; for the business house generally prefers a very small profit or even a temporary loss rather than carry the goods in stock.. The fact that customers are bene fited is a gain to' the business house...

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Health Officer's Annual Report. Submitted at meeting of Hawthorn City Council. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914

Hil'c?] ; eaith Oficer's Annual Report. .Submitted at meeting of Hawthorn S.. -t City Council. From a sanitary point of view, the most marked feature for the year, is the larger number of cases of Tuber cular Disease of the lungs; and of Dip htheria,., that have been reported compared with other years. TUJEncULAn DisEAsE--These points are well shown by giving the returns for the past few years; which are Tubercular Disease of the Lungs; in the year 1910, 32 cases with 13 deaths; in 1911 30 cases with 11 deaths;-"in the year 1912, 20 cases with 7 deaths ; in1 1913, 42 cases with 11 deaths. It will be noticed that more than twice as . many cases were reported in 1913, than in 1912, and many more than in the respective previous three years It may' be accounted for in some degree by the fact that this class of disease is detected earlier than it used- to be a few years ago, by means of examination of the sputum in suspicious cases; the use of Tuberculin and other agents for diagnostic p...

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HAWTHORN SWIMMING CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914

HAWTHORN 8WIMMINC CARNIVAL. There was a good attendance at the annual swimming carnival held at the- Hawthorn Baths on Tuesday night. Mr. F.. G. Tudor, M.P., acted as judge, and other duties were carried out by Messrs. H. N. Camp bell, Maynard, and G. J. Hargreaves, hon. secretary. The results of the races were: Boys' Race, 40 yards.--Ist Heat R. Thompson, I; J. Mitchell, 2. 2nd 'Heat-E. Lithgow, z; M. Hayes, 2. 3rd 'Heat-J. Kingdon, x; F. Byrne, 2. Final--Lithgow, z; Kingdon, 2; Thompson, 3. Time, 28sec.' Maiden. Handicap, 80 yards.--Ist Heat-C. Home, I ? R. Traill, 2 ; V. Robertson, 3. 2nd Heat-S. Maher, I s; J. Searls, z; T. 'Morris, 3. Final -Maher, I; 'Horne, z2f Traill, 3. Time, Imin. 7 4-5sec. Hawthorn Club Handicap, 80 yards.--Ist 'Heat-C. Jeffrys, I; L. Garnham, 2; D. Lumsden, 3. 2nd Heat-F. Piercey, I; J. Rayment, 2; A. Smith, 3. Final will be raced during the week. Hawthorn Handicap, 160 yards. Ist Heat-G. Morris, I ? A. Collier, 2; W. Hilderbrandt, 3. 2nd Heat C. S.- Pet...

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SPECIAL MEETING OF HAWTHORN FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914

SPECIAL MEETING OF HAW- THORN FOOTBALL CLUB. A special general meeting of the Hawthorn Football Club was held at the Hawthorn Town Hall on Tues- day night. There wvas a very large attendance of enthusiasts, and for the first half of the evening the meeting was decidedly lively. The Mayor (Cr. R. T. Barbour) presided, and in opening the meeting briefly explained that the annual meet- ing usually took place in March, but as they had now been admitted into the ranks of the Association, it was necessary that the annual meeting should be held at an early date. The first business to be dealt with was the rescinding of the existing constitution of the club otherwise that unless same is rescinded the meeting could not go any further. Mr. Chas. Bethune moved that the constitution of the club as at present constituted be rescinded, and a new set of rules submitted. Cr. F. J. Pritchard seconded the motion, which was carried unani- mously. The Mayor then moved the adop- tion of the annual repor...

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PASSAGE WAY OFF MYRTLE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 20 February 1914

PASSAGE WAY OFF MYRTLE STREET. At the council meeting on Wednes day night the question of the neces sity for a passage-way off Myrtle street came in for considerable dis cussion. Cr. Rigby, chairman of the Legis lative and Finance Committee, re ported that the committee, after going into this matter thoroughly, recom mend that no action be taken in the matter. Myrtle-street is a little street near Muir-street, and if it went an other 110feet would come out in   Barker's-road cutting, At present there were two properties to pass through before coming out on Barker's-road, The committee con sided that it would serve very few people, and that as the passage would bring them right on to the top of the cutting, it would not be used. It.was said that there was a passage there, but it was so long ago that it had been abandoned. Cr. Roche moved an amendment that the passage-way be constructed, as at present ratepayers had to ,go round by Harrison's-crescent. The passage-way wou...

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The Ninety and Nine. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 27 February 1914

The Ninety and Nine. The rousin " Welcme Home" grven to the Bert Bailey combination a? t King's Theatre on Saturday night must have convinced every member of that excellent company what a warm corner is held for them in the hearts of the 'Melbourne play-goers. As each well-known artist appeared an ovation followed, and at least half-a-dozen timnes the curtain had to be raised at the call of the enthusiastio audience as a testimonyl of their unmistakable ap proval of t;he play. The "' Ninety and Nine" is original and novel, bojh in plot and situation, and the characters may be met with on our own soil, tlhe story they have to tell impresses one of its truth, and its interest is maintained to the end of the play. There is an exciting scene in the third act, in which a great bush fire occurs, suzrounding the homestead at " Baronia," and a great race for life thrlough the flames affords a magnifi cent spectacle. The hero of the drama, Silvertmon, is a wastrel of the usual bush alnd beer...

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FAILING TO VACCINATE CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 27 February 1914

FAILING TO VACCINA'E CHILD. A. J: C. Bull was charged with failiig to have his child vaccinated, and was dined 40s., -vith Is. costs.

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SUBURBAN TRAMWAYS. BURWOOD TO MELBOURNE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 27 February 1914

- SUBURBAN TRAMWAYS. BURWOOD TO MELBOURNE LINE. A conference of representatives of Melbourne City Council and the municipalities of Richmond, :Haw thorn, and Camberwell was held in the AMelbourne. Town Hall, to con sider the question of constructing an electric tramway from Burwood- to Melbourne via Swan-street, Rich mond. The following delegates at tended :-Alderman Sir Arthur Snowden, and Crs. J. Gardiner and F. K. Davies (Melbourne); Crs. Alexander, Bell, and Gleadill (Rich mond); Cr. Rigby (Hawthorn); the Mayor (Cr. 'Rooks), and Crs. Bowley, Dillon, and Read (Camberwell). Cr. Alexander, who presided, stated that as the Bill authorising the construction of the line had been passed by Parliament, the conference had been called for the purpose of taking the necessary- steps to form a trust from the four municipalities in terested to acquire the Hawthorn horse tramway from the Melbourne Tramway Company and electrify it, and to construct th'e additional lihies necessary to join Burwo...

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