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WRONG CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 January 1915
WRONG CLASS. Emma Soulie, 99 Gratten street, Carlton; Bertha Allen, 57 Liddiard street, Hawthorn, and Wilfred Kealer, 87 Denham street, Hawthorn, were charged with travelling first elass on second classrailway tickets, KI sler, who gave a wrong name and address, was fined 20/-; Soulie was fined 7/6 and Allen 5/-.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 January 1915
This is No. 77 Auburn Road EYou will find it next the Sitation. 'Tis here you will meet with a Good Class of IDRAPEIRJYi at Moderate Prices. New Goods Come and Go. You wi.l always find Lines you want-Goods you must have, at prices that will please. Kindly patronise TYour Auburn Draper WIL L IAM C AFFIN, 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 RD. Hawthorn. e* HOUSE 42 aw. Importers DECORATORS Importers 0I OF Paints Oils, Mount Boards, and Varnishes, 7 Picture Mouldings, You'll Find Our Prices All Right. Wall Papers, Artists' Materials, Painters' / Window Brushware And Glass, 0OLD LEAF, & RENOVATORS &c. SIGN WRITERS MOUNT CUTTERS, PICTURE FRAMERS. CASAMENTO BROS., Fruiterers & Greengrocers, 167 Glenferrie Road, Gleniferrie. CHOICE FRUITS IN SEASON.. Phone 987 wlw. All kinds of Aerated Waters THE TEA WITH A DEFINITE OBJECT. Ham-o-dava Tea 3zrmptionally N...
NEGLIGENT DRIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 January 1915
NEGLIGENT DDiVING. Chong Sham, market gardener, w.s charged with negligently driving his horse and cart, and causing damage to a motor car The evidence showed that on the afternoon of 20th December, Chong Sham, collided in Burwood road, with. a motor car driven by Mr. Jas. Jager, salesman, Bourke street. The car was greatly damaged. SSham was fined 40/., or fourteen days, in default, and ordered to pay 10/- costs.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 January 1915
FRO T 8 Cure Headache, Indigestion, Constipatio:n, and 1iliousness. oOo---- SThe immiunse number of orders for Frootoids, sent by post direct to the Pro prietor, is. ionvincing. proof that the Public appr:ciate their splendid curing po r over the above-named complaints. They are elegant in appearance, pleasant to take, anid, what is of the utmost im portance, thoroughly reliable in affording quick relief. -Frootoids are inmmensely 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...
COMFORTABLE FEET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 January 1915
COMFORTABLE FEET. It is utterly impossible to keep well unless the feet are kept dry and warm all the time. Dr. Geo. Butler recommends in a recent paper that if cold and dry, the feet should be soaked in hot water for tee minutes every night; and when wiped and dried, they should be rubbed well with 10 to 15 dlrops of sweet oil, which should be done patiently with the hands, rubbing the oil into the soles of the feet particularly. On getting up in the morning, dip both feet at once into water, as cold as the air of the room, half-ankle deep, for a minute in summer, half a minute or less in winter, rubbing one foot with the other ; then wipe dry, aid, if con venient, hold them to the fire, rub bing them until perfectly dry and warm in every part.
Mysterious Noises. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 January 1915
Mysterious Noises. The term -'gouffre'" is applied in iaiti to mysterious acoustic phe nomena, probably of subterranean origin, and evidently belonging to the class of sounds known as "brontidi'" or "brontides" reported from var ious parts of the world, They seem, however, to be much more varied in character than the typical brontides of Italy, Belgium, etc. Sometimes they resemble the boom of cannon, but again are described as of deep, rumblings, howlings, a rushing sound, as of wind, a deafening crash, "as if a mountain of glass were Shattered," and so on. They have been known in Haiti from the times of Moreau de St.. Mery and the other early, historiais of the country. St. Martial 'Observatory, at Port au Prince, has undertaken a systematic investigation of this phenomeon by means of a questionnaire addressed to numerous residents of the island, thus following the example of Van den Broeck in Belgium, and Alippi in Italy.
WHERE TO SPEND YOUR HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 January 1915
WHERE TO SPEND YOUR HOLIDAYB. 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 oan be done, but one place in particular may be cited uas being under the circum stances, particularly desirable.- This is "Westells," House at Borrento, mid way between the two beaches and an ideal spot for fishermen and others fond of sport. This establishment is pre sided over by Mrs. A. L. Coker, the proprietrem, who provides her patrons with splendid accommodation combined with a frst-class table, and, what is of still more importance, very moderate oharges. If any of our readers are still undecided where to go for a pleasant holiday, they aosnnot do better than make immediate application to Mrs. oker. Sorrento is reached by a de lightful trip of 21 hours oreus the bay.
Garden Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 January 1915
Garden 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 tolplant, and sow. The Bush House. If at all possible, everyone should posess a structure where shade loving plants may be grown to perfection. For what a pleasant relief it is in the hot weather to be able to look and tend to the beautifulgreen ferns etc. A few subjects suitable for planting out on the floor of the house are :-Tree ferns of sorts, Birds nest ferns and in fact any of the fern tribe for they are all shade loving. Then a few well chosen Palms are Kentras Bel moreana and Fosteriana, Latania Bor. bonica with its huge fan-like leaves, and if it can be obtained, Phoenix Reobelini which is one of the handsomest Palms in existance. For a small specimen there is nothing more beautiful than a well grown Cocos Weddelliana. Where room can be afforded the...
DONT'S FOR HOLIDAYMAKERS [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 January 1915
DONT'S FOR HOLIDAY MAKERS Don't make it a strenuous holiday. Take things quietly. Don't over tax your muscles. Rest until you are acclimatised. Don't seek the most sunny spots. Remember that shade in the fresh air is more health.giving than sun-shine. Don't bathe immoderately, and never after a heavy meal Salt water is a splendid physical tonio, but you can have too much of a good thing. Don't forget that a five mile walk is more beneficial than a five-and-twenty mile walk. Don't over-tireyourself. Pleasure, if over-done, is just as harmful as work over-done. Don't suddenly change your diet. Don't play tricks with your health. Practice deep-breathing. Inhale the air slowly through the nose, take it down into the stomach, and then exhale slowly through the mouth Practised regularly and slowly, you will find the effect of the fresh air in your lungs after a day or two absolutely wonderful. Mother (severely) How dare you take the money from your missionary-box P" Willa : "Didn't you sa...
TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 January 1915
TENDERS. JOHN A. B. KOOH and SON, Architects, 479 Collins street, invite Tenders for Band Rotueda,labour and material, for the West Hawthorn Gardens, Deposit with tenders £5, tenders close Saturday 30th, at noon.
HOW GERMANY PREPARED FOR WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 January 1915
HOW GERMANY PREPARED FOR WAR. In connection with the preparations of Germany for war, it is interesting to learn that during the last twelve months newly-joined recruits in nearly every garrison town have received their initial instruction, in such minor military activities as mounting guard, tent erect. ing, bayonet drill, and acting as vedette, through the medium of specially-pre pared films taken at the investigation of the military authorities. With regard to the "scientific" branches of the German army, the services of the cinematograph have been extensively used to assist instruction, particularly in connection with such w.rk as bridge biilding, railway destruction, throwing up earth-works, the erection of barricades for street-fighting, mine-springing and pontoon work In addition to this, for the purpose of popularizing the army, the German Government has special films taken of last year's great rwilitary manoeuvres, and cinematograph proprie tors all over the country have be...
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 — 29 January 1915
THE FRATERNITIES. (Matter intended for publication in this column should be sent in not later than Tuesday afternoonl) HAWTHORN BRANCH A.N.A. There was only a moderate attendance at the meeting on January 18th, on account of the heat. Mr. G.E. Roberts presided. Two new members were admitted. Mr.R V.Fsravoni, wrote announcing his removal to Castlemaine, and asked for a clearance. General regret was expressed at the news, as Mr.Faravoni, was until recently a very active mem ber of the branch. It was resolved, on the motion of Messrs. Bennett and Holzer, "that the request, for clearance be granted, and that we place on record our appreciation of his services to the branch, coupled with good wishes for his future." Sick pay £10, hall rents £11/17/4, and an amount of 6/6 for Boomerang Branch, N.S.W., were passed for pay ment. The secretary, Mr. T. Rust, dreiw attention to thedeath of Mr. Sheridan, who, though not a member of the Hawthorn Branch, had formerly been. a very active member of...
Brotherhood. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 January 1915
Brotherhood. We Pray That all mankind may make one broth erhood, And love and serve each other; that all wars And feuds die out of nations, Let every race Red, black, or white, olive, or tawny skinned, Settle in peace and swell tihe gathering hosts Of the great Prince of Peace. O! may the hour Soon come when all false gods, false creed, false prophets ... Demoli hed,-the great world shall be at last The mercy-seat of God, the heritage Of Christ, and the possession of the Spirit, The Comforter, the Wisdom; shall all be One land, one home, one friend, one faith, one law, Its ruler God,its practise righteousness, Its life peace. -Philip J. Bailey.
Don Store Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 January 1915
Don Store Sale. The Don Store Annuali Stocktaking Sale affords residents of the Eastern Snuburbs just that degree of satisfac tion that comes to everyone who is able to take advantage of an event that shows decided savings in cash. The sale commenced on Thursday, and will continue for 14 days. Each day offerings of a sensational character will be presented until a clearance is effeoted. Watch the daily bargain windows. Fresh goods will be displayed daily, every one of the magnificent windows will be utilised for this event, when they will enable the various sections to speak for themselves, to tell of the assortaments, the magnitude, and fur nish convincing proof of the saving power of this sale.
HAWTHORN CITY COURT. Tuesday, January 26th [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 January 1915
HAWTHORN CITY COURT. Tuesday, January 26th Before Messrs. Philip Cohen, P.M., Philpott, Gaggii, Wallis,Duffus, Roche and Rigby, Js.P"
Unclean Money. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 January 1915
U~ncleasn I oney. A London doctor has been advocating the use of a steriliser at all banks to clean the dirty money. IHe complained of re ceiving from his bank £5 in silver in such a "disgustingly filthy condition" that he had to boil it with soda before he could handle it. This; he adds, is not the first or the twenty-first time this has happened, and in one bank, patronised by Billings gate firms. I have many times been unpleasantly conscious of the source of much of the silver. He suggests that all silver paid in over the counter should pass through a steriliser. The desirability of such pre cautions is emphasised by the knowledge that practically all infectious diseases are communicable by means of dirty coins typhoid, scarlet fever, measles, diphtheria and the rest. As a fact, however, a very small proportion indeed can be traced to this cause. Perhaps this is because the evil is guarded against in most, if not all, banks where money is likely to be handed in in ase objectionab...
NO REAR LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 January 1915
NO REAR LIGHT. Constable Maher proceeded against Jno Earle, for having driven a motor car in Burwood road, on the night of December 22nd, the same not being provided with a rear light. Defendant who did not appear was further charged with not having a drivers license. At the request of the Police the charges were taken together. The Constables' evidence stated that he saw the defen dant driving a motor car in Burwood road, at 11.47 p.m., on the night men tioned, and noticed that the rear light was out Defendant admitted to him having had a lot of trouble with the light Constable Brennan,of Surrey Hills, corroborated previous witness' evidence and added that when defendant was asked to show his license, he produced one for a driver of a cycle which had expired in October 1913 On this defendant was fined 10/-, and for not having a license 40/.P, the bench con sidering the second a graver offence.
Suburban Tramways. ELECTRIFICATION OF KEW LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 January 1915
Suburban Tramways. ELECTRIFICATION OF KEW LINE. An important step in connection with the electrification of Kew tram way took place on 22nd inst, when the ceremony of laying the foundation stone of the car depot and converter station, which is being built at the corner of Barker's road and High street, took place in the presence of a large assemblage of citizens. The mayor of Kew (Cr. F. R. Ratten) performed the c remony, and with him on the platform were the mayors of Hawthorn (Or. Rigby), Prahran (Cr. Heyward) and Caulfield (Cr.Eggleston) Mr. A.Cameron, chairman of Prahran Malvern Tramway Trust, and Cr. H. F. Bennett, representative of St.Kilda on the body; Mr. Wm. M'Pherson, M L.A., and the councillors of Kew. The foundation stone having been laid by the mayor of Kew, he enter tained the guests in the Kew town hall. Mr.Cameron,responding to the toast of the Prahran and Malvern Trust, said the Kew tramway system could not be economically worked from the MRalvern central stalion. T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 January 1915
GUARDIAN SAssurance Company Limited. FIRE. PERSONAL ACCIDENT. (]rop, Stook, tkd Employer's ; tauk Liability. ·8tack Insurances te' Iuuraces ? ' . -- Workmen's a Speciality. C'"ompensation Fidelity . Public Guarantee. R . Plate Glass, Motor Car, Assets Exceed Six and a Half Millions. CHIEF AUSTRALIAN OFFICE: 452 Collins Street, Melbourne. " PRICE is a Good Salesman but I Q UALITY is a better." WE USE BOTH JUDICIOUSLY. 20 per cent. discount for cash off marked prices of all Wall Papers L an enormous variety to choose from. J. HARRISON, Importer, Phone 220 91 Burwood Rd., West Hawthorn. Motor Bus and Horse Trams stop at the Door. Near Hawthorn Statiol NEWBURY Cash Draper, 184 Burke Road, Camberwell (NEXT SAVINQGS BANK), We are Noted for Uniform Sterling Value. You may depend on Good Quality in Underclothing, Hosiery, Calicoes and Flannels, at reasonablie prices. This may be proved by a purchase, so do not leave the District for Drapery until you have tried NEWBURY'S I.DU GRIFFITHS' I T...