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PASSAGE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
PASSAGE WAY. In connection with an order of tl'he day considering the adoption of Ilans and specifications for the con struction of a passage way off Burke road, several letters were. received urging that the r.o.w. 'should be tarred and not pitched;: T'l'hree rate payers attended and tirged their objections. Messrs Broomnhead, Beswick and :Fowler said that the interested rate payers objected to the expjenditure, andl thought that if the r.o.w. were tarred and the channel pitched it would answer every purpose. If the place were ill an insainitary state they would be the first to ask the Council to have the work done. Cr. Burton said the place was in bad order. The Council had decided that all r.o.w's should be pitched. He moved accordingly. Cr. Wood seconded the motion. Cr. Ward thought a better job would be made if the r.o.w.'s were all asphalted, he moved the matter be deferred.-.. . The Mayor'said the r.o.w.'s had beeii unidr: discussionl mainy times, and, the Council'. had: foun...
UNEMPLOYMENT WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
UNLMPLOYMENT WORKS. The inatter of work for tiie; ul employed was touched upon in coin nectioi witli a ilotioi by Cr. Wood 'That pireference be giveli to local miarried menii :.-He said that he thought niarried mlleni should ihave the first considerationi. Wherepos sible the phice for youtig uniarried men wias at-the fiont . ' SCr Burtonm tlhought the niatter inight be left with the engitieer ;lhe knew ofniiniiv sinigle iieni who were deserving of consideration.i The Mai-o:-:oYes, whenitheyi aire the support of a iWidowed mother, ; Cr Samibell thbught it vould be tinwise to discriiiminate beitweein their ratepayers. ' It was agreed to leave-the iiatter to the discretion of: the engineer. On the miotioni of.the Mayor, it \was unanimoutsly resolved that the patronage of the Council be granted to a concert to be lheld oni March 2nd, in aid of'two Belgian refugees.
HAWTHORN TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
HAWTHORN0 TRAiMWAY. Cr. Burt ot MICarthy h'adl forwarded the plails for car barins to be erected oingrofilid froitiing oni: to.: Walleni:road. and Power street. The plans -is to the btuilditg' were in accordance i ith the buildiilg regulatiois of tlie city.: Thed iniiicipil matter to which he w\ished to.draw. atteiitioin wais the= widening of Wallef .:'street froiin50 to i"66 feet. He reco?milnended the Councills ; approval of the stigges tioin The report was adopted:",-.
Collars. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
Collars. The little things in dress are what attract, especially in the wardrobe of the woman who can have but few frocks. Of all these dainty additional touches, oollars are of the most con spicuous and effective, and this season they are offered in many new guises. For the morning blouse or for the plain serge dress, few collars could be beht ter than the new, crisp, half-standing collar, that is particularly becoming, because of the way in which it fite rather close against the sides of the throat, and oomes down in a deep V at the front. Black moire ribbon is run through embroidered eyelets, so that the part of the collar in which it is run may be fastened inside the col lnr-l,and of the blouse.
Dressing as a Fine Art. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
? Dressing as a Fine Art. An interesting discussion has been going on in the London "Times." in which many charming and true things have beeoon said about the art of dress. MIr. Arthur Rackham sayns:--"I am not going to claim that fashion in woman's dress is without its follies. Good art will never exist without bad. But it is to women we owe it, and not ta men, that art is still a reality of everyday existence--a needs sity, a desirable thin' by nurchasinio joyfully at greet expense of time and pains. In every elass the art of dress is of all the arts the most olosely bound up with existence. Nor is this the only art that woman's nature de mands. H?ouse deooration-tho garden -the flowers on the tablo-music and literaturo--.these are hers. Mlany people have labelled recent fashions ugly or ludicrous. I differ," rernmarks the celebrated painter, " I think them extremely beautiful and interesting, and if occasionally humorous all the better. bThey have even beeoon called indecent. Now...
Chemisettes. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
Chemisettes. ''hese, are inot a!way ;h:.-..:.! .ru often seen of the same cicou: .,s the coisulm, opaieinn i ov i tihii- illl..-ii guimpo rith its wide ,ollii. ,riutis a 'Paris extert. \\Whit. losln !lvisttis matn.ide with1 pleatines andJ talking., ',ecollee '" ini frona, and witi :urned brlk ciffs starchled slightly. lE:ev ari somletimes relieved by a tinh ,i:,, sow pliaeIl at the collar openin. l'h ero are. tevertheless. one or two tle'.ils thich stamp its date on aniv toilette. In this clasi may be menaiolied the iash belt. rhich ,ives t special! " aches " to the dress, and is a symbol of the imode of the presena saason. Perhaps in all the history of :eminine co~tllms there ihas nlever be.n such n eriAlecetion of varieties of belts of very iposible style. Most of theim par ab ohlatetly not attention to the iway in rwhichl they add to, or detre.ct from, the size of tohe waist. Oil the ciittrary. they help to give the vague anii loose fitting air which is one of ith marks of the pr...
Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
Fire. A fire oconred at 110 Saclkville street,East Kew,on Wednesday after noon, the 17th inst, resulting in the almost total destruction of a neat W.B. villa of eight rooms. Tite alarm was received simultaneously from three street alarms, and the Hawthorn exchange. The house was ownd by Mr. OChas Dickenes; of Bonuie Doon, Elthnum. A portion of the furniture was saved including an altot totw piano by Lipp and Son. lThe f rnitore is insured in the Comm, rcil Ution Co, for £200
For the Blind. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
For the Blind. A very successful entertainment was given in thle Canterbury gardens on Wednesday evening, 10th inst, by the i lmaemers and friends of tile Association for the Advancement of tile Blind. 'T'he large attendance shlowed tile sympathy of the public with the object of tile gathering. The association aims at the mental, social, and industrial advance ment of the blind, and meetings are held on the first and third Fridays of each month, at which lecturea on sub jects of iotere t to the blind are given. A iHomte lha lately been establishled for thle adult blind at "Woodburn," BMair street, Brighlton. Thie expenses and maintenance of this hIome lhave been heavy, and thle Canterbury U. C. are to be commended on their efforts to assist our less fortuneate fellow citizens. The committee, encouraged by the financial success attending their initial effort, intend holding mid week concerts on fine evenings, in support of patriotic or charitable objects.
A Dramatic Story for Women. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
A Dramatic Story for Women. It is most refreshing to find a magazine nowadays that is not War from cover to cover. Such a magazine is "Everylady's Journal" for February. Having treated its readers to a series of extremely in teresting and uptodate special WVar Numbers,this sprightly Journal contents itself with a page of human incidents from the battle-fields, and then produces a big budget of reading matter, bearing strongly on home interests-and romance. The leading feature in "Everylady's Journal" is the first instalment of a new serial by one of the most popular of living women writers-Mary Roberts. RIinehlart. Its title is unusual - merely " K"; and "K," we learn, is the initial of a mysterious stranger who turns up at the outset of chapter I., and promises to be a most fascinating hero. Some further romance is provided in the shapeof short stories, whilst Charles Barrett contributes a delightful Nature study on "The NeNovcr Ending Battle of the Insects, and Freda Sternberg des...
Butterfly Motions. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
.ButterflW i'lRotions. By " CORA." We are promised a season of cape fashions as well as every kind of wrap that is cape-like in appearance, says an Exchange. Capes will be both long and short and full enough to sweep out a little at the edge. The Wraps though cut loose, and curving in cut-away fashion, at the lower edgelike the cape, do not flare unless they have a circular ruffle added to the lower edge. The sleeves are simple extensions of the cape shape, somethimes tapering down to a narrow opening for the hand. Most of the capes and wraps for the coming season are lined with figured crepes and silks. They will be covered with bold designs carrying Japanese, Chinese and impressionistic ideas which will show up well against the dull ground work. Satin will be less used for lining, although it may be found woven with the same artistic ideas. Some of the half-long cape models which we are promised are very simi lar to the capes worn by military offi cars. They are cut circular in sh...
THE HOUSING PROBLEM. EVERY MAN HIS OWN LANDLORD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
THE HOUSING PROBLEM. EVERY MAN HIS OW L~ANDLORD. Cottages, Villas, Mansions, Stores, & Factories Built on Easy Rent Terms by Dunlop & HunWt Pty. Ltd. A Hard-headed Business Proposition. Seits both Purchaser and Builder. I ct wherein the residents own A cli, i which they make their homes, has nothind tirnlwith it. It is on good foondntion. Hom o , avo 11 substantial stake in its ie? in d i ito pro gross, a?ld find • urgegatiol of naterilnl wealth ro t ill their owln advaeemortt. I v stralil the great bulk of tho u ,ioll sheuld b1 homein-ownors. Tho ?tu ]~ o raltl 11oul nty in m ost instanc ?s inessnrit i v-. ' ""s I loninboers ob i r I IP 11r '-1S from the Gov nltir ( ii; v .,(1 buhrbhanl rosideollts Wr 'Iea ll Y '1 .? i ea 1'r i sMMcii t ;s : ,.psit in the f t ....... 1.% .. . - 1 of ,in e oaa oiok o? l life. ' coll• r) rvperiods o f lodepire.ill rilly beet *ii'rc i , but Il has sometlhing solid to.ssd viol ni l still of pros -: shil.uts agaill. I nail who ole lls li...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
K2 ' I'' :: ;;?:: ?:?:`i; " . , ? : 'C FFI;z This is No. 77 Auburn Road You will find it next the Station. 'Ti, here you will mn-t with i Go" Class of D?I?R.APE1-Y at Moderate Prices,. New Goods Come and G?o. You wil always find Lines you want-Goods you must have, at prices that will please. Kindly patroiise Your Auburn Draper WVILLIA[I CAFFIN, he will do his best no please and -orve you at his grand little shop, at 77 Auburn Road, with pleasure, HATHaEALEYHORSFALL 361-363 BURWOOD RD. Hawthorn. / Tel. 361 6 B . 421 Haw . HOUSE Importers DECORATORS Importers Or or Paints, Oils, Mount Boards, and Varnishes, Picture Mouldings, You'll Find Our Prices All Right. Wall Papers, Artists' Materials, IPainters' Window Brushware/ And Glass, GOLD LEAF, &c RENOVATORS &c. SIGN WRITERS MOUNT CUTTERS, PICTURE FRAMERS. CASAMENTO BROS., Fruiterers & Greengrocers, 167 Glenferrie Road, Glenferrie, CHOICE FPRUITS IN SEASON. Phone 987 Haw. All kinds of Aerated Waters THE TEA WITH A...
Discovery Due to Woman's Kindness. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
Oiscovery Due to Woman's Kindness. 0 (By ~a, ,rett P. SERVISW.) 1Her inlllte was MeS. Folnd, -nid she saici a widow. She was wohUI her weight in gold to Elnglish science. nlliost tiwo hundred years ago, and aill on. accoaulnt of a sweetness of teiper tlat was tiuly imoniumeCntal. ,Without a single murimr, without one cross look even; she permnittedl her -iilephewe a young man named .lmnes- U radley, to take possessionl o?~ her ,coal cellir anlI set up his telescope tlhere. 'Thln. when he li?rbceeded to cut " hlole through thei baeiieeot tlosue and Mrs. ouned saw the telesole thrutstine g its head unpi-among t?he kitchen utensils, she smiled ?blandly and ilovei l things out 01 its 55i .. ' :;,:3 lfext, Bradley out a lible through th'e.parlour floor, n id then one through.the bedroom: floor, and fin ally one through:the roof itself. The tielscope stretched italf l?onger as the-holes -w'ere made for it, tiuitil at last its object end wan on the roof, aiid its eye end iun the celtla ; a...
WHERE TO SPEND YOUR HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
WHERE TO SPEND YOUR HOLIDAYS. At this season of the year the uni versal question, "Where shall we go to spend a pleasant holiday F" There are many places where this can be done, but one place in particular may be oitted as being under the oriroum stances, particularly desirable. This is " Weetella," House at Sorreuto, mid way between tihe two beaches, and an ideal spot for fishermen aud others fond of sport. This establishment is pre sided over .by Mrs. A. L. Coker, the proprietress, who provides her p.troas with sploendid accommodation combuined with a tirst-class table, and, what is of still more importance, very moderate charges. If any of our readers are still undocided where to go for a pleasant holiday, they cannot do better than make isnmediate application to Mrs. Ooker. Borrento is reached by a de lightful trip of II hours across the hay.
THE GLENFERRIE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
THE CLENFERRIE THEATRE. The seco!:nd episode of the " Million. Dollar Mystery," and billed as the most stupendous motiou picture ever cou ceived, is announced as the star at traction at the "Glen " for a short season of three nights, commencing Monday, February 23rd. A short synopsis is as follows: Jones the butler struggles to free himself. Removing the telephone receiverwith hIis teeth, the butler calls police who arrive and unbind him. They fled the safe broken open aud contents scattered about. A search is begun for the codnspirators. Florence Gray (Har greave's daoikhter) arrives to filld her father gone. She has hardly time to adjust herself to her now surroundings when she has visitors. Ono Norton, the reporter reveals himself as a tluo friend. The other Countess Olga Pdtroff, tries to worm herself into the girls confidence, wvhile the Coutess Norton, Florence and Miss Farlowv, are together two conspirators representing themselves as detectives force themselves into the house...
ST. COLUMB'S CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
ST. COLUMB'S CRICKET CLUB. OnSaturday last, met teams from the Richmond A.N.A.C. Club, on our ground, and at thI Fitzroy racecourse played a Northcote ClubX1, in pea feet weather, and in both matches the St. Columb's teams were boeaten. At Croxtoe, St. Columb's captain won the toss, sent the opponents in to make use of the wicket, which could not be said to be in good condition, and the ground was very bumpy. The results were as follows:- V.Northcote X1,6 for 174 (innings, closed). Price, 51i; Sherry, 33; Sum mers 46 not out. Bowling (St. Columb's)'Nicholsou, 2 for 48; Hay mao, 2 for 29. St. Columb's 51, Nicholso,, 15; MncColl, 9; Vivian, 9. ".Bowlittg (Northcote), Price 2 for 14; Cartis, 7 for 19. V. Richmond A N.A ItGlenferrio- Richmond, '0; T. Gregory, 19; A. Jonsen, 13; C.Young., 11; J. Yates, 10. Bowling (St. Coluamb's), Canmm, 1 for 20 ; urry, 2 for 30 ; Ginb, 5 for 1; Evans, 1 l?, 12 St. Columb's 43, H. Boyd, 1C; G..Barnes, 7. Bowling (Rlichmond), C. Youn,, 4 for 26; J. Yates...
CRICKET. EASTERN SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. SOUTH AUBURN CRICKET CLUB. A. v B. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
CRICKET. I EASTERN SUBURBAN A O880 CIATION. SOUTH AUBURN ORICKET CLUB. A. v B, The match was. continued at the South Auburn Reserve, when A team resumed batting with 9 out for 65. (Pullen retired). Kelly took strike'to the bowling of Towler, and after hitting a fourer was oanght by pitt, leaving A team with a margin of 4 on the first innings. lThe bowling of Towler was eplendid 8 wickets for 30 runs. The fielding was excellent. B team opened with Pitt and Worth. ington, but a rot set in and the score only reached 31, E. Pullen, 6 for 14, and S. McWhitney, 3 for 18. B team's innings ended unfortunately, F. Mason, who was batting nicely had the misfor tune to receive a nasty hit in the mouth smashing 4 teeth and breaking his lip. A team wanted 28 to win and sent in Leith and L. Brown, who had to face the bowliog of S. Brown and Towler Leithl after scoring three was caught off Brown (1 for 3). However Walker, and Bro,,wn got the necessary runs, A team thus winning by 9 wickets, Walker ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
IR THEO. TOURRIER tosts voules gratia. Tuesdays from 8 till 10 p11-m. 240 Barker's. Rd., Glouferrie, 8PECIAL NOTICE. The increasing circulation of the " Citizen" is demonstrated by the fact that our advertisement columns arc always full of paying' advertisers (not dummies), patrons being con vincedl that this journal goes right to the Ipeople's homes-in fact, wve have been notified to that effect, as our ad vertisers have proved the value of ad vertising in the '"Citizen" by their increased trade. your eye on that cut or bruise lest it take bad ways ! You can avoil the ri.k of blood-poisoning by cleansing and healing the wound at once with I his 1owen feul cleanser anld healer is entirely free from animal oils and fats and imnineral irrintalts: heice its supe'.iriorty. Be suOre you al ways get Zan iuk and ki.ep it Auction Sales, Monday, 1st March, At 11 o'clock. On the Premises. EXECUTORS' REALISING SALE. In the Estate of the Late J. B. Whitty. Under Instructions from TIHE NATIONAL ...
Hawthorn Rifle Club. BARBOUR TROPHY. 14 shots at 400 yards. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
Hawthorn Rifle - Club. BARBOUR TROPHY. 14 shots at 400 yards. A till day was experienced last Saturday, and some fine shooting was the result. H.F. Nason came out of his shell and put up a good score. A. G. Prebble put in his first appearance since the war, nnd his shootingshowed he has not forgotten how to shoot, and does not waut to soil his kit yet. A. Raw and R. Smith also shot well. A match will be fired against Port Mel bourne Club next Saturday, whon we lope to see some good shooting, and a pleasant exchange of courtisies. Tho following are the scores in last Satur days match. 11. F, Nason 66 7 78 A. G. Prebble . 69 1 70 11. Smith . 8 2 70 - Paterson 57 18 70 A. Russell . 60 9 69 A. I... 69 scr. 69 W. Lee ... UO 2 68. .llBuslell 65 8 68 F.Haw 65 8 68 G. Giles 64 2 66 - Smithoranm 62 -'1 ', 66 J.P. Barnes . 62 3 65 - O'Donnell . 55 10 65 - Hiigs ; 51 14 65 Z . N eagle ... 60 4 6 - Brown .. 9 13 62 31. Muir ... 69 8 62 Att'etiou is directed to the article on "The Housing Proble...
Promotion. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 February 1915
Promotion. SMr. F. T. Fankhauser, of Balwyn road,Canterbury,has just received advice from his son,Dr. Herlart William Fank hauser, that he has be en accepted for service by the war oflice,and has received. an appointment as Lieut.Surgeon in tile Army Medical Corps in Englarid. He is at present stationed at Aldershott,and expected to proceed to the •front at any moment. Dr Fankhauser is an old pupil of the Balwyn State school, and the Camberwell State school, where under Major Maloney he became Dux of the school; later on he obtained a scholarship at tihoHawthorn College,and took his M1.B. and B S. degrees at the Melbourne University. After engaging in private practise in March of last year he proceeded to England, to do special work in hygiene and surgery. Another added to the roll of honor from Canter bury.