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UNSEWERED AREAS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
UNSEWERID iA1KEr S Cr. Ward reportedl tlh;it t the ln~it meetitig of 1the~.1s W-:? a coit?act had been le: .]oitli f N to.N"11 isection of the Ga'iinr', C?ei'k m tifin sewer, extending.: fromi A'iit'iri:s.toW 3tirke roads. The e:iiscs cointricto'?uold ab sorb aldibot ~i4, i0, ;n;i'd iouild Serve a lot of los I-lysig properties be tween: the two tihoidtighf iares. This would be giatifying:to all;the coun cillors, aid rwould Ibe--s weight off their minds. C,. w.i-d ,uls tdok the oppoti'luniiy of.tillanking;. the, counucil for returning him unoppoised as their representative onthle boiard; He had perhaps siot bel so isnmuchi ii the :lime light -.is: he: hi1ght.hav-ies been;: bit wiould hlwi s .be glad gto -gie the council an-uuy iniformation iii: hIss :iower whes c, their: interests s:ere a::ffected. The report was adopted.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
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OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
OBSCENE LANGUAGi?. 'LThos. Pratt pleaded guilty to a charge of having used obscenie l:n guage in BIurwood-road oil 3oth Jamin ary. Constable Wilson stated that at 51.36 pl.m. on Saturday, last he noticed the aiccused standing aniongst a number of other men .at Mlorrison's corner, and heard him make use of certain langutige (the expressions are unprintablle). He arrested him, and took him to the watch-house. Accused, in reply_ to the bench, said he lhad no statement to make or excuse to offer. Mr. P'hilpott, in aniouncing the dlecision of the bench to fine accused .los., or alternately 14 days' im pirisonmel\t, said the bench had previ uuslh cautioned offetiders, that im prisonm?s?lt without option would fol lo' if these .cases of obscenity coln tinlued. The bench were determined to protect the public from conduct of the kind. - . ' " - , T'o accused: We caninot allo\' you lime, buti :will suspeiid the. warrant in tile meantime to alvlow ,of-.you miak Ilg l'irrangemenlts for payment....
Hawthorn Rifle Club. SPOON SHOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
Hawthorn Rifle Club. SPOON SHOOT. 14 shots at 600 yards. A tricky wind from 10 o'clock tried the skill of. the most experienced shots on Saturday the .30th,. the top place being filled with the old members who have had experience which always tells when tile weather is adverse. £4. R. Hamer ... 63: 3 .66 R Russell ... 60 5 65 G. Giles : ... -57 6 68 C. Fitzsimons s. . 056 5 61 J.'Paines ." ... r 6 4 .60 - Higgs : . . 34. 25 50 -- O'Donnell .... t 1.1 45 .3 Russell: ... . l 31' 12 18 4.C. Mlaihsbridge ... -35 8 43
A CENTURY AFTER WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 February 1915
A CENTURY AFTER WATERLOO. Dr..I itchett, in tile February Ium Ier of " Life," just issued, turns back the pages of history and points iout exactly a century ago Eurolpe was just ficeing itself from a despotism l)uilt oin force. -nsd using war as its "instrument. "Arilf' says Dr. lit tiichett '!?. 1s is Iborn amid thu shock 'lbFh;ibitles h; icli'ln scale tiln slaugil iter ilre iqaill td'a hundred Waterloos. 'WAterloo was Ilescribed by \Welling toti bhiinself as ' the battle which didi moire:for the peace. of the world than ian)- othei .bttle in recorded history.' It certainhlt put ani end to Napoleol's restless intl insatiable ambition, and so cielibrered the ilations from a mili tary despotisnmil But in t9ig four of the: great +Western Powers. with paitsl." the g-reatest Power in the Eifst.'ais ally, aie leagued to deliver the ivsilised world from the melnace of a milittar caste which lacks Napo .leon's :geniius for war-lacks esven his ciic ."etnius--but aims, like him, at :a dlespo...
FURIOUS DRIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
EFURIOUS DRIVING. Constable. O Grad)', proceeded igaitist: Federidk'Jas. Pettitt on it charge of negligent driving in High street, :on January :i4th. The con stable stated that he was in duty :in High-street at about so p.h.n on the date named, and inoticed defendant driving down the street in al' erratic manner. When about 6o yards away he heard a crash, a.ind whell he got downl to the spot' found portioin of the tramway barriers had beenl de molished. FHe blamed the driver of the vehicle for the accidenit. All the barriers and lamlps':iere lkincked down. - Samuel Brown, printer, rememberel Jainuary -4th. He was driving dowit High-street, and heard a crash be hind him. He'did not see .defendant. His own pace.was babut fiue miles as hIour. ' .'. Wtn. Nittall, wvatchman;, gave cor roboratise evidence; 6o feet of the barrier had beerin pulled- down, and two lamtps craieked.. Defendanlt's e ixplahnation .was That he wsis travelling at a moderate piace on the night of the occurreiice. H...
CAMBERWELL CITY COURT. Friday, February 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
CAMBERWELL GITY COURT. . ridy, ,l;ebruary jth. Befori Messrs. Birch, Philpott, J3owley, 'lsatnall, Gaggin and Elling worth, J's.. : Thel business before the above court on 1riday last was almost of a negative description, a few cases of non-\'accinatioii and infringment of the railway by-laws comprising the bulk of the business. Fines of 4os. each were inflicted in the cases of each of the following defendants: H.] J. Draper, Canterbury; Richard Smith, Deepdene; and \Wm. D. O'Shanessy. Evan Howells, of King-street, Elsternivick, who was charged by Inspector Borsum with travelling in a first class carriage be t\reen East Camberwell and Canter mury ot the Sth of January, pleaded guilty. He excused himself on the grounds that hlie was i a hurry in getting a bicycle into the van at Rich mond, iand had not time to reach the sfecond class carriages. Under the cir cumstances the bench inflicted the lenient penalty of as.; and 7s. 6d. costs. A miore serious view was takeil of the case of Le...
RED CROSS MOVEMENT AT CANTERBURY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
RI D ROSS O0VEAIENT AT .:CA\NTERIB3URVY CONGREGA "- ONAL.L CHURCH. :\t:the conclusion of tile morning ser\ice :at the CLanterbury Congrega tional Church oi Sunday, the 7th Iinst, the pitstor, the Rev.t Ambrose I Roberts, in ited the ladies of the con I 'regation to remain behind to discuss the formation of : section of the Red Cross League, in connection with the churich. The rev. gentleman pointed out that while the work hadt been well supported as a whole, still they as a clhurch hnd not identified themselves with the movemient. There was still rooml for 'plenty .of workers, and he inv\ited suggestions from those tpresest as to the best method of ef lecting their object. After a conver sational discusiot, it was agreed that tie ladies working guild of the church sihould ally themsel'es with the move ment. It is ittended -to manufacture suitable articles of all kinds for the use of the troops, and unfinished ar ticles as well as mtaterial will be available for distribution at the c...
CHURCH SERVICE AND PARADE AT CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
CHURCH SERVICE AND PAR ADE AT CANITERBURY. A church service.aind paiade of: the Citizen Forces, Cadets and :B6d y Scouts, has been arranged to tike place in the Canterbury Gardeis, on Sunday next, 14th inst. at three o'clock, - tinder the auspices of thd local branich of the Red Cross Society. The Mayor of Camberwell (Cr. W. HI. Renwick) ~vill tpreside, and ad dresses will Ie given by the Chaplain-' general (Rev At T. I-Iolden), .Cap tain Jenikins (Chief Scout Commis sioner), and the :Hon Robt. Beckett, M.L.C:. Mlinisterlobf local churches will also take part. 'A collection will b .iikeis up in -id of the Red Cross Socisty.
Historic Engineering. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
Historic Engineering. At Ancient Babylon the tunnel under the Euphrates proves the prowess of the old-time engineers. That, however, is quite a trivial undertaking compared with the tun nel under the wide mouth of the harbour at !Marseilles, and the skill with which these structures were put together is unsurpassed by any engineering enterprise of the present day. The invention of the ubiquitous and indispensable safety-pin dates frone about the middle of the Victorian Era, and the ingenious gentleman who first mranufactured this boon and blessing to womren was meade much of, and incidentally accu mulated a highly enviable balance at the-bank. All the same, the "discoverer" was some two thousand years behind the times, for only a few years ago a quantity of first :lass bronze safiety-pins - doiled spring, catch, antd all complete, the exact counterpart of the safety-pin of to-day-were dlisinterred fromn the historic ruins of Pompeii ! Ifairpins, too, were in existence long before th...
HOME BUILDING HINTS WITHOUT DEPOSIT. A Unique Opportunity Presents Itself [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
HOME BUILDING HINTS WITH. OUT DEPOSIT. A Unique Opportunity Presents Itself To the owner of a bL k of land, as without deposit you can have an up-to date home erected, any style, from three to seven rooms, replete with all conveniences, lowest prices, consistent with substantial timbers and workman. ship. Land is accepted as security, and the terms are exceptionally easy your repayments include interest and princip-l, and are no more than what is paid as ordinary rer' for the hire of a home. The interest is reduced with each payment that is made, and you have the option of paying off the whole or any portion &lt;f the unpaid balance of principal owing, and in terest ceases with the payments. A special feature about this system is in connection with illness or unemp'oy ment, as payments can be suspended, and only a nominal amount charged to cover interest. Sketches and estimates are free. If you do not own land, select an allot ment, and with a small deposit you can have a ho...
I.O.R. SOCIAL AT CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
I,O.R. 80CIAL AT CAMBER-. WELL. A very) successful complimentary social eveing, in coilnection with the above Order, was held in the supper room of the Camberwell Town Hall on Monday evening, February 8th. Tlhe social was tendtered by the Hope of Camberwell Tent, No. 278, as.:a mark of esteem and respect to Bro. ther J. R. WVarren, who had conm pleted his jubilee in connection with the Order. Bro. Warren was initiated into the Order at Harcourt on February 9th, t865. There was a large attendance of members, both the senior and junior Tents being well represented. iro. Jto. Vale, District Secretary, occupied the chair. Associated with him on the dais were P.C.R.'s Bros. \Warrenl, Spicer; Bell, and Elling worth, anld the present Chief and D.R., Bros. 'McGee anid Bowden. The clhairman, in his opening -re marks, said they.vw.'clrcelebrating the. jubite ef- the temperance movement that evening.. Fiftj years was a long while to look back upon to some of them, but after all, only a moment ...
A Projectile's Gain of Speed. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
A Projectile's Sain of Speed. @ Experiments with improved instru ments for measuring the velocity ,f projectiles have shown that the silpeed goes on increasing afteir the missile has left the mouth of the cannon. Leaving.. the muzzle: withL a velocity of' 1,744 f?et a secondi, a projectile has been': ob.leredrl to lii crease .its speed .-to 1 t68? feet a se cond 'witliin 'rthe first: six, feet. It is only after hasing trarelled twenty five yards that thie projes tile's ve loci'ty becomes :Ireduced to the speed it had on leavir.g tile nmusle. This is asciribed to the iimpulse of the expanding gas being felt for some distance beyond the canllnon's mouth.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
GUARDIAN i :Assurance Company Limited FIREE. PERSONAL ACCIDENT. Crop, ao :-= . .Employer's Stack Liability. - . Inaurances W kn ." .i Workuieli's Speity. Compensation 8::?:!:!- . peciality . ..:. ..?!z W &lt; -'" ., ? Fidelity Public. Guarantee. Risk. " Plate GOss. Motor Car. Assets Exceed Six and a Half Millions. CHIEF AUSTRALIAN OFFICE: 452 Collins Street. Melbourne. " PRICE is a Good Salesman but QUALITY is a better." WE USE BOT JUDICIOUSLY. 20 per cent. discount for cash off marked prices of all SWall Papers O n enormous variery to choose from.1 J. HARRISON, Importer, Pione 220 91 Burwood Rd., West Hawthorn. Motor Bus a d Hlor?e Trams stop t the 1l)or. Near Hrwthorn Sation N W URY Cash Draper, 184 Burke Road, Camberwell (NEXT SAVINGS BANK). We are Noted for Uniform Sterling Value. You may depend on Good Quality in Undlerclotliing Hosiery, Calicoes and Flannels, at reasonable prices. This may be proved by a purchise, so do not leave the District for Drapery until you have...
MAINTENANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
M \INTENANCE. Lilian: Etltel Sparrow proceeded a'gainst ?Al'bert Parker for not con tributing towiards the mnaintenance of his illegitimate child :. '' An.i order. of .thei douirt had been nade against tlhe. defendant some twelhe months previously, and he had paid practicall', iiothing, the arrears now amounting to £s a 8s. Defendint (whois a mairried man) in repl,: to a. question: fromni the-bench as to why he had failed to pay, said that times siere 'hard, and, work was scarce. He was willing to pay ,s. a week when: in work, " •The benich said the defendant would be giveis three months to find the morie,.. At tlhe esipiration of that timei, helstild eitlihr hase to find the money or go to gaol till the amount was paid: G. Shing" Lee, U?--inesZ hias,,ker, was colivicted at Kew oina achaige of hiaving obstructed Inspaector E.1'T. Gregoryin the execution of his duty. TIhe inslpector gavse eidenc' that de fendanit refuised t?k handover scales : w'hici 'lie ~as ,utising i;it: hi' cart ...
MALAY "AS SHE IS SPOKE." [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
MALAY "AS SHE IS SPOKE." A young missionary was burning with comnmndable zeal to, introduce Chris tian iden:s into Jolo Archipelago. He was stationedl in Parang, andt with coo siderable graciousness he began to make friends amjoug the people, and sot ltim self to learning the spoken language, which is nu offshoot from thle Arabin,. niths a Malayatn admisture Wheil he Itl applied himself for ncnary two years lre fI',s tltat lie weas wrnly to proclaim a mesjsage in their soti se tongue, andt thlrofugh a Nakip, a loca: ,siicer, wiho undir rtood . littl,: E:lgliis!l. annllouncelellt wars tn:ade of tile soeei g to be hIeld. It was ell ttensd ed. Ti misssioinary spoke fervently for nearti an hour in what lie believedr to be the naiv-es' oseu diaolecrt. Wlei lie had conclsded, the Nakip aspr5 rwd and thanked him brokenly. but n, ,;. that it was a wasnte of tisme to nh'~lre- his people i" EinglisI. "Es ftcially cannot lhe Joloians uu derstan .sls n yiou use( such big words in Engi"l-h. i . ...
Relief Works of Hawthorn. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
Relief Works of Hawthorn. At a spcial zieting of the':joint committees 6f tlie Hhwthliorn City Council, held on 8th inst, .the ques tion of contributi6n to the. Yarmra improvenment scheme,e anid proceeding with additional t oriks; for the cur rent year, Were considered:-:'. : "It s ai s una mninoust y 1t) reso h'ed that -iplication hbe made to tlhe Goverti btenit for l-t toiit of Lioooo for coni struttctioti of i 7nitei streets. ·It ad dition it as isdecided to offer to rtse Go;enriiieti os go per aniiin: mfor 50 iears, equal to a c-.aCpitai : sum. of 400oo, for the.' .Yarra im?provement scheme, and that land recently -pur chased by :tleidcotfitil tt -, cost of £550o, be also jplaced a:t the disposal of the Governimentt for the puirposes of the scheme. . Further works of a varied ciracdter which the committee '; consider could be executed in the ihear, ftiture8, witi athantage to thie citt; indl uhi?i' also will provide empluoyment tfor a coni sidlerable niumber. ofinen,?.ire ilso t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
Cure Ilea(ait'hte, Indigc:.(tiot ConlLstiplatiott, and Ililousuness. -ooo-- The imraeso number of orders for Frootoide, seert by post direct to the Pro prietor, is .onvincing proof that the Public h pprrcate their oilendid curing power over the uhovr-nanled colnplainicts. rhey ore clio.gnt in apreaorotnce, ple:noi"t to take, tid, whet is of the utinoct ito portance, thoroughly reliable in affording quick relief. gFroototds are immensely more valut able then an ordinary aperient, in so fr that; they not only act as an aptricnt, but do remove from the blood, tissues, and tnterrntlorgans,wasteo proitonous ratteCr that is cloggitg them end chokillg the channels that teed to and fronl thrn. The beneficial effects of Frootoids are evident at once by the disappearance of headacheo, :the head becoming clear. and a bright, cheery sense of perfert henlih taking the place of sltggsini, deprvccd feelings, by the liver acting properly, and v ,, od h.ei,. nroerlyt digested Frootoids are the prope...