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AN APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
AN APPEAL. In order to alleviate, ias far is possible, those in need it has .been determined by tihe :committee of the Hawthorn Ladies' Benevolent Society. to open a depot for the reception of donations of clothing, blankets, fur niture, or of anything of use for the purpose mentioned, at Burwood-road, Hawthorn, and ne now askk your kindly assistance. The articles will not, except int cer tain cases, be given away, but :a nominal charge made for themn, and the funds derived therefrom will-be distributed in other forms of relief. 'Parcels will be received at thle Town Hall, Hawthorn, up to thie s3th February, 19I15, and. afterwards at the Jumble 'Depot, 38j .Burwood road, Hawthorn. Should it be inconeniieni:: for donors to forward same,' on .notifica tion _to me, either by postcaird or tele phone, they will be sent .for.-Yours faithfully, CAROLINE J JONES, Hon. Sc. Hawthorn Ladies -BIenevolent Society. 129 Power-street, Hii thornI:. Tel. Hawtliorn 3a . Prior to the 6pening of the Has...
THEATRES. CLENFERRIE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
THEATRES. GLENFERRIKKE THEATRE. Ait tliis liopular centre of anmuse ment a splendid series of films has been obtained for next week. All classes of taste have beeni studied in the programme. ." Winter at the Front " gives a vivid description of what our troops are experiencing in a Winter. campaign. " The Price of a Lie," intensely dramatic, showing the result of compromise. - The pro gramme will also include one of the " Beloved Adventurer Series" - " The .Hold-Up," each series being more .interesting than the previous and the programme.in the early part of the week will conclude with an ex ceptionally side-splitting Keystone comedy-'' The Shotgun that Kicks." In the latter part of the week the programme contains some exception ally fine films, opening with a Vita graph, " The Upper Hand." " The Latest War News Gazette," which is always a prominent feature at the " Glen.," . will be given as usual, and will be followed by " An Unpainted Portrait," one of the prettiest and most ente...
CANTERBURY CITIZENS' CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
C(ANIERBURY CtiI CONCERTSI I:? hat, the weekly~ c:onbicerts:·-.., pro ciugdht on with thilteptublic is eMideit srided b)y the C'iiterbury C .C.C ihse flion the splentdid stitendances in he piark?' There swere fully sooo pres~ci t on Saturdas s evening; the '6th iinsi.: ,?id the .bill f fraie pro?lided senit the imost faistidiostisi.way: well pleaised. The sti: film, " Deathll eighs," 'was nwasa :stirtling-- reilistic picture of modern melodrama. " Artist tIhe Brute," ' "Dupres' Sneezing FI'it," andtI Bloonser it the Seaside," were the oilher principal feature of a first ilasis prog ranune. Sl'ihe Kew briss band played pIoplu lar airs iii an .artistic mannler..i:At interivals in the programmie collectionis were niide for the local tobacco fund for trbiops seringi::at die froist: by lads. dressed ini whaki uiiforms;. a siubstantial nmuiunt beiing gthered ini as the result of their efforts.
ADULTERATED MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
ADULTERATEIID MILK. Iliank Johlil Martin, inspecto .Town of Kew, charged Arthur Hop toi, dairyinai, of 4r Victorisa-parade Collingwood, with selling adulteratec milk. .Thc proieedings were taken ulnder 'ie: provisions of the Pure Foods Act. TIhe following evidence was ad duced. 1rank john.Martin said that lie: obtaiinsed a saimple of milk frodi \Vm.: Morrison, carter in the employ of defendant.. \Vheil he asked the driver for a sample out of his hand can,: liho dethurred, and poured the conteiits into 'a large can oi the cart. \\Witness insisted on having a sample oit of that can; and also of a second large can on .the cart. The latter sample \'as. all right.. The first sample taken sliowed the presenice of added water. Geo. : Harold \\:ason, public analyst, desposed to havingn made an analysis of two samples of milk sub mitted to hini. They showed a de licienc), in l'atty solids and other necessary properties, and also the pre sence of 7 per cent. added water. The defence.put forwa...
HAWTHORN CITY BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
HAWTHORN CT BATHS Under thed usipices of:thc A . i a lifesainiig demnonstrationa will held .ii the H i?i thorii Cit Ilithsl : \Wediesdas es;eiing; ,: the "ath ist at .8 pm. Th le proceeds iiih soted to tfhe aid of.i the "isH thi~ri Red Crss Fu ld.'-. During.the evdne iiug suvi'iiiing races for boys :ill he held for ltrophies tgiven by-tlhe HLi" thorni: braich o bf thlie: N.A ' ?N'uiider thue iusplices of tlhe Hi\sthorn Suisisu nuigu CluIb.: Tle liintry fees, lii;li ar p3aysible to ?M.?i. Ridgesell;, close at the baths oi S.ttirdau,: ebrLibr~ni i3thi *,.
Complimentary Social to Hawthorn Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
Complimentary Social to Hawthorn Football Club.. A complimentary social was tendered by Mrs. Hughes, licenose of Auburn hotel, to the playing mnembers and committee of the above Olob, on Wed nesday evening. There was an attend ace of about 50, and Mr. C. Bethono, president of the club, occupied the chair. The large dining room was prettily decorated with greenery and pot plantsecntortwined with the colors of the club-brown and gold. The loyal tanet was proposed y the president, who asked the company to honor it in bumpers. The president in proposing the toast of "The hostess,"said she had given the local club her whole-hearted sup port. She had only been in the district six months, and had formerly sup ported West Melbourne, but had now come over to their side, and was an enthusiast for their success. The gaRth.ering to-,ight was evidence of it. Football could not go on without the support of the ladies. The club had done well last season, but was going to do better next (hear, hear...
AT THE PRINCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
UA lTHE 1RINCE SS. Despite the .inintse heat.(we have beeni experiencing the last few weeks, there has: not been thle least diminish ing in the attendaice at this place of namusement -Seseral reasons account for this, and one certainly is that ino mistiter hows hot the weather may be, one can alwhas feel sure of being able to enjogy the performance in com forit,: because of the manner in which this theatre lhas been built. During tliis week M~r. \Villoughby has staged " The Blggar Girl's \Woo ing," wiith mIn' entirely new company of-sartistes.. l'he play itself abounds ils possibili!ies, which only gootd actors could'.handle with success, and ill tile present cast tile managelent h:sve secured trel?me . M r. Robert Innl l wai-'s amanlv and COll\vincilg liero, while bliss Pearl Smnith spramng immediately into the favour of tile audience, and enlisted their warmest sympathies. As a counterfoil to the hero and heroine, Mr. Richard Bel lairs and Miss Jean Robertson, as the hard-hearted ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
Sjutn:nler Colds. Sloo Thlroat. * L'ust 'Trholgt," Night Chills. and lil the pelrils of suddoln wearther changes. KeOe PEPS Always Hand,. Pope brlnlg the invig Soratnll and healthful Pine Forests f0 Every Home. and the Pcpl Pl?Jlllle Co. ?t Sy~dney, at r/6and $/- bor B I House Decoratin And PAPERMANGING H81 B Bryan, 332 &iublurn R Lc, Sourtl _ Stc . AUBURN . S God Stock of Wall Papore,'Gl?ss, Vainishos. Paints, Colours, s8apolin Enumels, &c. All Requisites for PEN PAINTING. S Estimates Given for Painting, Paperhanging, ke. " ? ????. :?? .~ ~ sr~~~. -ah;-~~n ~~%b~ Leg Poisoned and UITcerated. Zem Buk's Seosat ional HIealieg Eunds 29 Yena'S Disablcm at. Badly crippled by poisoned ulcers on her leg, Mrs. E. Rohan, of S Maclaggan street, Dunedin, N.Z, was threatened withl permanent lameness until she got Zam.Buk to draw out tile corruption and perfectly heal the limb. "Fearful leg ulcers," said Mrs. tohan. " caused me 29 years of pain and suffer ing. The trouble i thIe f...
WANDERING STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
WANDERING STOCK. Albert Victor Stott, council's in- spector proceeded against the follow- ing persolis for i'allotwing their stock to wander:-sM-ary Carroll, in respect of six? ?ows foundi wiandering in Riversdale-road o l:CJan.2 uary 28th. Defendnit pleaded giui!ty.. T:u?i inispector said he found the cows at 6 6am. onl. the date in ques tioi.? .He took;charge of them and droIe tlehie' to theisunicipal .paddock, uwh? i' they witere' claimed later the samie day by defendant's son. Four prior contictions were proved by the inspector-. : :,' .Defkeidhant excused herself to the biench by saving. .that- her. employee was. ,bringing honie' 7the stock, and ihesli at the corner of ltiversdale and Tooronga roads two' of themi got inasy . When the man suiceeded in capturing?." n theni,hon liis returii, he found the others had vaished Tite' liench co'isidered her previous exieriences shoild hive made defen •dait more: cautious, and inflicted a fie of 40os., and 5s. costs. W\ri:' McCrow?; the ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
MARRIAGE. DEW--McCLUSKEY---On the 23rd December; 1914, at Carterton, N. Zealand, Clement W., second son of Mr. M. Dew, Camberwell, Vic., to Mary M., third daughter of Mr. J. McCluskey, of Dunedin, New Zealand.
CRICKET. EASTERN SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. SOUTH AUBURN CRICKET CLUB. SOME FINE BOWLING. "A" TEAM'S COLLAPSE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 February 1915
CRICKET EASTERN SUBURBAN &nbsp; ASSOCIATION. SOUTIH AUBURN CRICKET &nbsp; CLUB. SOME FINE BOWLING. "A" TEAM'S COLLAPSE. &nbsp; In fine weather and on a fair wicket the club rivals, "A" and &nbsp; &nbsp; "B" met at the South Auburn &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Reserve. Captain McWhinney winning the toss, sent "B" team to the &nbsp; wickets, who opened with Towler and S. Brown, to the bowling of Pullen and N. McWhinney. Towler was run out second ball, 1 for 0. Gates was next, and a stonewall exhibition resulted. In thirty-five minutes only 12 runs were scored, and the batsmen appeared to have mastered the &nbsp; bowling. A remarkable collapse &nbsp; occurred, and 6 wickets were down for 22, when Pitt joined Hooper. Hooper played Pullen through the slips for 4, and after seven overs had been sent down to him he drove PuIllen for another 4. Pitt helped Hooper in a slow partnership to carry the total to 42 wh...
HAWTHORN BRANCH A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
HAWTHORN BRANCH A.N.A. T'he quarterly summoned meeting of the above Branch was hold at the Town Hall, on February 15th, Mr. G. E. Roberts presided. Accounts amounting to £8 wore passed for pay meat Two noew members wore ad mit'ed. It was announced that the A.N.A. mnetropolitan committoe had arranuod for Kew to debate witllh Haw thorn No. 1 team at the branch meeting on le t Marci, and for No. 2 team to meet Malvern at Malvern on Marchl 9th. An endeavour is to be made to arrange another date for the debate with Kew, as tihe branch has made other arrangements for March lat. 'The chairman gave particulars of the programme arranged for the life saving display at tbe Hawthorn Baths on February 17th He expressed his willingness to instruct non-swimming members in the natatory art, and arranged with a number of members to commence a course of lemons on Wed nesday, 24th February. omemi ere were informed that Mr.,H. N. Bainbridge, who has for long been an active and popular member of tihe br...
VACCINATION CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
VACOINATION OASES. Tile following pounaltios were imposed for the non vaccination of infant children. Ohss..W.Woir, who pleaded couscientions scruples, was fined 4Os. A similar penalty being also imposed in the cases of Jollhn Henry Summer son and Gordon Simons, who also objected to the operation. OATTLE CASES Tho following flues were inflicted for breach of the stock by-laws George Durant in respect of one heifer found wandering off Riveradalo road was finelood 5/ with 8/ costs, and Frank and Percy Foster two brothers, were each filled 2/6 and 8/ costs for a similar offence in the same locality. DEB i'. •JI K. Morris was awarded a verdict for £32 10/6 amouont doe on a pro misory note by D. O. Brown. Coats £2 7/0, were also allowed.
ATTEMPTED BURGLARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
ATTEMPTED BURGLAR ?. George Taylor was charged under Orimes Act, with feloniously attemp ting to enter tho dwelling place of F. G. Slater, residing at 15 Wakefield street, Hawthorn, on February 8th, rnod to steal therefrom goods and chattels. Lyall Osborne Slater, married woman, remembered the 8th February At about 4 p.m., on that day while alone in the house,she heard the front hell ring, but being in the act of dressing could not answer it. She heard footsteps proceeding down the side of the house, and someone trying the back do'r. Apparently foiled in his attempt to gain an entlrance there, the would he thief returned, and tried to open a side window, which was not locked. Subsequently he went to the front door, and she discovered him in the act of trying to open the door, with a false key. Ho asked her if a Mrs. Russell lived there, and was told that no one of that name resided there. When she' qnestioned him as to why he had tried tile door and windows, he muttered something ab...
DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
DEBT CdASES. Verdicts were awarded the following Claimnarils for goods sold and delivered, M. Landerman v O.J. Wise, 19 3d. and 2s. 6d costs; and H.. W. Stephens v Miark Reeve, £1 2s. 11d. and 18s. costs. Dr. Keano was successful in recovering £10 10s. for medical atteu danuce from J.P O'Brieo, who was also mulched in costs 23s.6d., or in default of p ymeoot distress
HOME BUILDING HINTS WITHOUT DEPOSIT. A Unique Opportunity Presents Itself [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
HOME BUILDING HINTS WITH. OUT DEPOSIT. A Unique.Opportunity Presctats Itself To the owner of a bl.-k of land, as without deposit you can have an upto date home erected, anv style, from three to sevien rooms, rep!ete 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 rert 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 portioni , 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 mont, 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 home buil...
INDECENCY [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
INDECENCY Constable West charged Harry Nelson Davenport with this offence, stating that it took place in Burwood road at about 4.30 p os on Jan 25th August Tantau,produce dealer of 316 Burwood road, stated that on the date mentioned his son drew his attention to the actions of a man in front of his pre mises. Witness spoke to him about his conduct, and defendant walked away To the Bench-Witness did not think accused was sober The constable said in consequence of a complaint he intervioewed defendant, who admitted committing a certain act In reply to a question to the Benob, defendant admitted having committed the offence, but pleaded constitutional weakness. Hel had taken two glasses of beer. Fined 5s, in default 24 hours imprisonmuent NO LREAR LAMP Henry Anderson, for failing to carry a bright rear lamp on his motor car was lined 10s, or distress Fredk Horwoodl wans fined 2s 6d on account of having no name on his trade cart RIDING ON FOOTPATH For riding on footpath in Barker's road...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
GUARDIAN Assurance Company Limited FIRE. _ PERSONAL k ACCIDENT. Crop, A N Stook, and Employer's Stack Liability. Insurances Workinen's C \Orllj)ll'tOS Assets Exceed Six and a Half Millions. CHIEF AUSTRALIAN OFFICE: 452 Collins Street, Melbourne. " PRICE s a Good Salesman but QUALIT"Y is a better." WE USE BOTH JUDICIOUSLY. 20 per cent. discount for cash off marked prices of all Wall Papers an enormous vnlica y to choose from. J. HARRISON, Importer, Phone 220 91 Burwood Rd., West Hawthorn. \[otor Dus and Horse Trams sOop at the Door. Near HawthI n S, aio: NEWBURY Cash Draper, 184 Burke Road, Camberwell (NEXT SAVINGS BANK). We are Notol for Uniform Sterling Value. You may dep]nd on Good Quality in Underclothing Ilosiery, ('alicoes and Flannels, at reasonable prices. This mty be proved by a purch.se, so do not leave the District for Drapery until you have tried NIE WBURY'S BuY GRIFFITHS' TEAS SALESROOM-60 ELIZA 1BETH STIREET. I "Send-off" flh7 Vi~ IGifts suc u..ful-is 0-7-00 Nicokel Com...