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SUBMARINE EXPLORATION. LATEST ADVANCE IN THE DIVER'S ART. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
SUBMARINE EXPLORA TION. · -4--e ,,,. LAT FI AVANUlf IN 11IE Oti?y in q ,aite ? tle Li?c te has the diviera ueciinili oiy ciii pro gress: : h: ti?e iii"l?tion f.,. lecidal divers ' ?,ll Is i r ?t a?rtigh t protgecto iotmi oni nisiip p1viig tjc "'iiioji tPl diiriiii`f o. eigt Jurae. o '.iS' surfaice itlth a ir* cqiri for breathing. 1 Tha. .test.ad:a:?c , ve loeerF is na submniiri:i: . lel, i' for?the d lescrip tion of" i·~icl e arer iiidebltedl to the iBerlini i oirspondeiiti of the "ScientificiiAniricihn. r i · It has been designed and conistrnetld, Iv: the in ventors of i n spleniliiid .elf-containedll diving oitfiti. h'lhe sledge is intend ed to be Lowed ily a niotr bout, and on whicli the diver: glide. conm fortably to andi fro, at the bottomn of the sea, steering' his s ehicle ver-. tically. as well as laterally. The submarine sledge, wshich great ly increases the capacities ofdivers, is intendeld to ceonvey .:the ian rapidly : from.one place to another, e.g., in searching for la...
FRATERNITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
FRATERNITIES. The following local friendly socie ties meet fortnightly in the Hawthorn Hall, Burwood-road. The secretary's name and addrea is given under each. Grand United Order of Oddfel lows, James Riddell Lodge.-Secre. tary: P. McKie, 29a Burwood-road, G;lenferrie. Grand United Order of Free Ga deners, Hawthorn Lodge.-Secrg tary: A. H. Hennett, 8a Roebery:_ street, Auburn. Independent Order of Rechabites, Hawthorn Tents, Senior and Junior. -Secretary: R. Batten, 18 Stanley avenue, Auburn. Independent Order of Oddfellows, Loyal Hawthorn Lodge.-Secretary: R. H. Hammett, 27 Liddiard-street, Glenferrie. Hibernian Australasian Catholic Benefit Society, St. Joseph's Branch. -Secretary: E. F. Williams, " Car. mel," 57 Grove-road, Hawthorn. Sons and Daughters of Temperance, Hawthorn Division, Senior and Junior.-Secretary: Jos. Watt, Chau cer-crescent, Canterbury. Protestant Alliance' Friendly So ciety, Loyal Glenferrie Lodge.-Sec retary: John Aldred, 6 Tooronga-rd., Auburn. Ancient Orde...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
lBusiness Nuotice. Dining Rooms ,3-Course Dinner, 12 to 2. Cold Luncheons. Afternoon Tea. Fresh Pastry Confectionery Aerated Drinks BOAED and RESIDENCE. Mrs. PETTIGROVE, Proprietress. 615 Burwood Rd,, Auburn. Tel. 191(;j Hawthorn. TEL. 1357 HAWTHORN,. Camberwell lIotor Garage J. McMILLAN, Proprietor, 150 BURKE ROAD. ELEGCTRICAL and MOTOR ENGINEERS. Electrician always on the Premises.. V axi and Touring Cars on HIire. Day and Night Service SOverhauling and repairs of every Description. Advance Engine Works rear 23 Kingsley Street, East Camberwell. LANCFORD and JOHNSTONE, ENGINEERS and MACHINISTS DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES SUBMITTED. Repairs to any make of (as, Oil or Steam Engines, Portable, Marine or Stationary. Refrigerating and Electrical Machinery. Cars, MJotor Cycles, afd Magnetos, Overhauled and Repaired. Pumps and Irrigating Plants Built to Order Machinery Erected. 'Phone Canty 791. A Gas Copper !·; -? And GAS IRON redse 7] theo work of washling-day and ironing to, a inimoum, an i ...
DON'T FORGET! [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
DON'T FORGETI We offer the following advice to our readers:-Don't forget that our advertising columns always contain new advertisements. Don't forget to read these care fully, as they are of real interest to you. Don't forget that the stocks of local tradespeople are well assorted and intended to meet the requirements of the citi zens. Don t forget that you often lose time and money by not patronising those who surround you. Finally, don't forget to men tion that you saw the advertise ment in the 'Citizen "
LADIES' LODGES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
LADIES' LODGES. Australian \Women's association, HaArthorn Branch-Secretary: Miss Alice Burton, 142 Burwood road, Hawthorn. Protestant Alliance Friendly Society, Loyal Carnation Lodge. Secretary: Miss Aldred, 6 Tooronga road, Auburn. Ancient Order of Foresters, Court Aubun.-?:Secretary: Miss M. A. Price, 36 Auburn-road, Auburn, Loyal Boroondara Lodge, 4729, M.U.I.O.O.F.-Secretary: T. J.. Austen, 70 Liddiard-street, Haw thorn. Meets in M.U. Hall, Bur wood-road, on alternate Wednesdays. A.N.A., Town Hall, Hawthorn. Secretary: T. Rust, 33 Bell-street, Glenferrie. Victoria Lodge, No. 8, United Grand Lodge of Freemasons-H. G. Garnhtlam, Secretary, 27 Lisson-grove, Hawthorn. Meets every second Tues day in Hawthorn Town Hall.
Father and Children Cured. Festered Aukle, Grazed Shin and Piles. Zam-Buk is Always Dependable. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
Father and Children Cured. Festered Aukle, Grazed Shin and Piles. Zam.Buk is Always Dependable. MIrs. R Winefield, 10 Calder road, Darlington, Sydney, says:-'"Some time ago lay little girl, Vera, fell on to a broken bottle and cut her ankle to the bone. Within a day or two the wound festercd and inflammation spread so badly that we began to fear that the child's leg was poisoned. "*Vera was crippled and in great pain, sand the nasty wound showed no signs of healing until we began to apply Zam Buk. "'This soothing balm eased the child's pain wonderfully, and drew away the in flaimmatioln, and thoroughly cleansed the nasty place. As Icontinued touse Zam Buk the wound began to rapidly heal until now Vera's foot is quite sound again. "My son Keith, was also cured of a bad shin, got throuegh stumbling up against a stool. The place discharged matter, and was badly swollen. We again got Zam-Juk and used it with splendid effects. Besides causing the painful swelling to subside, it stopped t...
REPORT OF GENERAL PURPOSES AND PARKS AND GARDENS COMMITTEE. Cr. Burton, chairman. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
REPORT OF GENERAL PURPOSES I AND PARRS AND GARDENS COMMITTEE. • Or. Burton, chairman. Yarra Improvement Scheme-The Committee begs to report havnlg con ferred with Mr. Catani (Public Works Department and Finance Committee) reearding this matter,which is lo:be fully discussed at a Special Meetiag to be held on Friday, February 5. Proposed Toorak road, Tramway Letter from D T. Jackson,and 42 others, re through street from Muuir street to Oak streeoot-Consideration of this matter bas been deferred. Land, Burwood rod--Egineer's re port clause 8-The Committee reiom mends that the necessary steps be taken to acquire 16 fr. of west side of laud reserved I y Defence Department. Tenders for installation of electric light in.Town Hall-Ten tenders were received for this work. Expert's report to be considered. Eugineer's Report Clause 7, re Sports Ground-Consideration of this matter hns been deferred. Clause 10, re New Streets-The Com. mittee recommends that the report ber adopted, that Orders b...
Fire at Hawthorn. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
. Fire at Hawthorn. A fire occurred at Burwood road Weast Hawthorn, at 4am on Thursday mordiuog, at the grocery establishment of Mr. Synot. The warning was given from an 'adjoining street alarm by Coeslable Bassett. The Brigade with a full equipment of motors and ladder a~ipliances were quickly on the spot. Their work was hampered to a great extent by the amount of smoke arisinog, smoke helmets having to be donned before theoseat df the fire could be reached. The back portion of the premises were fodund to be well alight, and the goods in this part of the store were practically doetcEoyed by fire end water, and the rest of the stock was'slightly damaged. The socck is insured in. the Union Company for £300:
LETTERS RECEIVED [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
LETTERS RECEIVED From Public Works Department, re: garding amendment of Prabran Tram ways' Act. From E. J. Rigg, relative to formation of Hawthorn Pipe Band. Patronage of Conncil granted. From Refuse Destructor Trust, re. garding Storage Depots. Referred to Publio Works Committee. From Town Clerk, Camberwell notifying appointrentof representatives on Conference re Sanitary Conveniences at Camberwell Junction. From Town Clerks, Camberwell and Kew, re provision of Motcr Ambulance. FromPrahran and MalvernTramway Trust, forwarding copies of Trust's re pbrt for quarter ending Dee. From Chas. Levy, regarding seat. in Shakespeare grove- Referred to General Porposes Committee. From Metropolitan Board of Works, regarding rockeries in Denmark Hill road From same, regarding reticulation of Callantina road-The Committee re commends that the usual prooeedure be adopted. From Hawthorn Tramways Truest, and Town Clerk, Richmond, rolative to Wallen road bridge-The Com mittee recommends that the Trus...
THE HERBACEOUS BORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
THE HERBACEOUS BORDER. This portion of the garden, to the mind of the writer, is the most inter estingat all times of the rear. for if ta few choice slhrullbs are judiciouslr planted with true herbaceous subjcrts --together with a few biennials-~a splentlid show of bloom is maintained throusghout the year. If the border is skirted bh strong growing trees or shruls, it n'ust be Ieriodlically freed from thie encroaclhing roots. This is the one drawback, to such a position, rwhich, in all other respects, is the best. A word on staking will not be out of place, for on the neittness and ap lpropriateness with which this is done in a very great measure depends the satisfactory appearance of a border of this sort. As a general rule rnever stake tunless a supplort is absolutely requiretd, atndl never utse a large thick stick \chein a thinnter antd neater one will do. 'lthenti :a'gain, most plants require more than one stake to give them a , ntural ap pearanlce. IFor instance. a well-'grown ...
SWINBURNE COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
S\\'WINBURNI COLLEGE. I Cr. Burton reported that tlie new building in course of construction, to acconummnodate the carpenters' and en. gineers'. workshops; was ,pproaching completion. They could do with .al niost double thie itccommodition they had at present. It was satisfactory to hotice tlhat the facilities given Iby the college iere so largely availed of bs the citizens.
ORDINARY BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
ORDINARY BUSTNIESS. Cr. EIchberg was elected to the pub lic works committee, in the place af the late Cr. Barbour. The following matters were ferred to the committee of general purposes: That a clock be placed iii the gallery of the town hall. Moved bh Cr. Sambell. That Isabella-grove be tarred. Mloved by Cr. Echberg. The matter of placing seats in the gardens was left in the hands of the engineer, curator and chairman of the general purposes committee.
RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
RIlFLE CLUB. Amongst tlhe strongest believers that citizens should be taught rifle sliooting for defence purposes, is his Worship the Mayor (Cr. E. C. Rigby), and at tlhe meeting of tihe council on \Wednesday evening he re ported that he liad presided at agath ering of Mayiors recently held in Mlel bourne to forward this object. IHe was arranging to call a public meet. ing in Hawthorn, and suggested that councillors could assist the movement b givsing grounds, etc. Cr. Burton said that that aspect ot the question had not Ibeen lost sight of. hut action had been defeltred pending the result of the meeting to be callerd by the Mayor. One difi culty was that of a site. They wanted one lnot too far awray. He suggested ;a coirenient spot would be the outer reserve. at.the top end." He hoped that the proposed meeting would be a great success. He moved that the ,council suplport the formation of a rifle club. Cr. Nolan, in seconding the motion said he was pleased to hear of the interest th...
NEW STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
NEWV STREETS. An extetisive scheme of new street construction was dealtt iith bt the council on WVednesday ? e'iening. I'he work is distributed over the dlifferent wards of the city, Auburn, with about £0ooo. heading the list. Cr. Burton said the order of works had already heen decided on, and the engineeer instructed to push otn \tith rtll scheme. General satisfactiotn was expressed hv t:utcillors at thle likelihood of an early start being made, as it is con sidlered that besides being necessary for the progress of the city, the policy of construction being entered upon will go far to alleviate the distress caused by uteminployment during the coming winter. Thl'e Mayor suggested that the work might be done under a special im olroiemelt rate, and thought that money could be obtained at 4.; per ceit. for the lurpose.:l ;:I :
DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
DE'BT CASES. da ofrd Burwmann a bk rer ao-d pIstrycook, of Burwood- road, recos ered serdicts as under for bread de livered:-Janes e Pyle' .£3 6s.; and costs is.; Mrs. Burns, £:. 135.: iand W. H. Slater, £4 -5s. 9d., aind costs is. Rigg. Bros, giocers, w·ere gbiin a verdlict niginst Odgeson Kitchen,. for £6 i8s. 8Sd.. for goods delivered, a stay of 1~7 days being grarited. A. Lewis ob?tained a verdict by con sent for L£ 9&*. sd., and costs: 5s5, -against A. E. Ferguson. -
COLOURING MATTER IN CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
COLOURING MATrTERI-NI : CAKES; Christopfier Clittick pleaded guilty to a charge of selling cake. the sanme ha\ing colouring matter added. \Wm. Edwaid Sextoni depos¶ ed that he was an inspector of the I-IHawthorn City Council. In comipany with Mr. Strtt, hle visited defendant's premises in Burwoodl-rod onl 3rd December, and obtained a sample of cake; Wit ness saw.that the usual procedure had been followed. An analysis niade b' the city analyst showed that colouring miitterbeen added." " Frederick Dunr, analyst City of Htawrthorn, said that the sample re cei\ed wras foutid to contain colouring mtatter suggesting the - presence of eggs. T'o the b&ech: It was a contraven tion of thie PureFood Act. The defendant. in addressing the benrch said that. he admitted breaking the letter of the law, but not the spirit. Thle quantity of eggs used in thIe mixing had not been vlried, and in that respect the spirit of the law had not been broken. Personally he was not a practical man,. but l...