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FOOTBALLERS ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 22 May 1914

FOOTBALLERS ENTER TAINED. Mr. E. J. Rigg, president of the Hawthorn District Football Club, entertkined the members and playei's most royally on Sunday last. -A special cairriage lwas procured, and the party. journeyed to Warburton, where ;,a modst enjoyable afterinoon was spient by the party, visiting all the places of interest in this pic turesque little township. After the ten was disposed of the captain of the team' (Ir.. D ..Baldock), on be half.of the Hawthorn District Foot ball Club, presehted Mr. Ring with a. gold-mounted cigar-'iholder as a token of :the 'appreciatifo held for him b- the-club"members. I, :Mr::Rigg, i: in reply .fhanked the party: for : tlheir kindness;, and said thathe::i:. s'ouid- ai?ays 1look :up6n:the present receivsed as one of his most valued gifts. ::He v;as pleased tlhat :sucli an- eijoy-able timne liadt beeii spent b3 the party, aid felt fully. re- siarded[ for. his effoirts towards the clubs intherests 5by seeing the happy and continteii d: group a...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

S:Forhildren's hocking cough at n.ight; Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, is. 6d Bendigo WInle Disaster. Wednesday. June 10. Hawthorn Town Hall. Benellt Entertainment given by the Riichmond Juvenile Frolic Party. The only Juvenile Benefit Entertain ment in Victoria. Grand Vocal and Vandeville Programme. Every Item Cheery and Bright, Pleasing Costumes, Up-to-date Singing, : Fancy Dancing. Come Early to Sscure a Seat. Tickets I/- and 2/-. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, for Coughs and Colds, never fails, is. 6d. .For bronchial coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint'Cure, ls. 6d. For chronic chest complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, is. 6d. Perfect ' Emulsion. Angier's Emulsion is the most palatable, the most cream-like, the most perfect of all emulsions. Even the most fastidious take it with pleasure and it agrees perfectly with delicate, sensitive stomachs. Those who have found other emulsions distasteful should try Angler's and note the difference; it is certain to give satisfaction. ...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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RIFLE SHOOTING. KEW V. ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

RIFLE SHOOTING. KEW V. ST. KILDA. :'i" The above clubs fired a match on :.the Port Melbourne range on Satur d::: dtlay last, x6th inst., and resulted in a 7h win for St. Kilda by .9 points. The :,'scores of the Kew team were as fol 500 60 T'I.? i Wi . ey . ....... 34 32 66 Fr Blake ... ... 33 32 65 - Fi. E. Keage ... *. 33 31 64 R. Umbers 32 31 63 I \(V .Chambers .:. 31 31 62 ::D Starling .,.,. 32 30 62 F Stark ..:,-. .. 28 32 60 ::J. Dave... ... 30 .3 60 C W -..Ward " . 30 28. 5~8 . Total.. ..... ... ... 560 Counted out A. Key ,.57;. Cap tain S. Abbott, 55

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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RUBY STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

R:.: -?UBY'STREET. .Mr.. Stillmann- waited upon the council in reference to the proposed colnstruction of Ruby-street. The .council had overlooked the fact that :in' 1884 the whole of the streets in :Grace Park were made over to t, e _:public. He himself recollected at the -time the council ieceived about 61r700 for the work, and the present owners ''thought that money should be used toward the making of the road. Cr~..Rigby moved that the matter be referred to the Legislative Committee foi report. ,Mr. Sfillman agreed to Sattend a meeting on Friday, June 5.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

This is No. 77 Auburn Road You will find it next the Station. 'tis here you will meet with a Good Class of I)R.?A.ER1?' at Moderate Prices. New Goods Come and < Go. You will always find Lines you Want--Goode you must have, at prices that will please. Kindly patronise Tour A.uburn Draper- WILLIAMV! C A]FIN, he will do his best to please and serve you at his grand little shop, at 77 Auburn - ]Road, with pleasure, ~i~ii~iii~i~~i''si~irr ~ij. ii~~li:~i~lii~i ~ i~ij i'il :i.:i:-- ·:: ::--ii .: .-: . -~: I :Z : * .....:...: Ir 4-l ai i. prices that will please Kindly patronhse our Auburn Drape be willWILLiA: C FF N dohsbstt lae n ev yua j gadltlesoa 77 Auburn- Road, ith leaure HATHERLEY & HORSFALL 361-363 BURWOOD RD. Hawthorn. Tel. 42 1 aw. HOUSE Importers DECORATORS Importers OF OF Paints Oils, Mount Boards, and Varnishes, PictureMouldings, You'll Find Our Prices All Right. Wall Papers, Artists' Materials, Painters' Window Brushware And Glass, GOLD LE^AF, , RENOVATORS ...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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POWER WARD STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

POWER WAPD STRFl2E'f. Cr. IRiglby said this niattei had been deferired becau~se of suggestions b\y Mr. Sextonil hich: would result in a saving of £go to the council. S Cr.? d chr e miov?ed th-e maitter lI;e held ov;er uiitil-the fie?t :meting. Cr. Rtissell :drei: attenitibn to the fact of the Defence -Deipartment hav :ing' declil:ed to sel?l the lfiid. iCr.:, Wood said :theiy cotild have boughlitthe laid: eighiteen months ago Sfo'-i £Io?pI; e-i foot but -it had been 'deferred;, and : it was sold to - another Spairty. It· wias a crying shame that the couiicil -shduid have lost, the op Sportuiity of btiying:tlie'land If they were giigi: to ble: humbugged about tlieyx would be th~e laughing stock of thei. peopl6e. The matter should' be referred back to the General Purposes Comunittee. :. It;W .aisdecided .that the public Sworks andriiidincance :committees deal witli:the matter.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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CAMBERWELL CITY COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 15. (Before Messrs. Cohen (chairman), Pitts, Duffus, Warrington, Philpott and Birch). DEFAULTING CADETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

·:ICAMBERWELL CITY COURT. '- .... FRIDAY, rMAY 15 . (Before Messrs. Cohen (chairman), Pitts, Duffus, Warrington, Phil ..pott- and Birch). ; DEFAULTING CADETS. William Marshall Page, charged w 'ith :having- failed to attend a com i.pulsory.: drill .pleaded guilty. The 'evidence sihoiwed that' Page-had been summnoded .to a:ppear at ::'court on .'Marchi 6tli :'but liad indot: ':A ivrfant S:':\as issued for hlis arrest , and he ap S"pea:re'dF'at-. tlie Ha;tihorn Coirt on SMarch :oth, and ;was remanded to Camberwell.' ;The lad seemed to have -'-:tfiuredi over> a.new leaf, since Mir. .:Philpott had addressed him. He was 32 hours ;sho?? in his drill. .Mr. Cohen said Page was notentitled to syvmpa~thy, and but for the appeal on h:-.:is: behalf by- the ,area officer -he -:woiuld have been committed. Page w?as given to the custody of the area :oifficer. _ Williiam Joseph Dickman, charged with having failed to return to cus ; todv. He was committed to the cris ':'tody of. tihe area- oflicer...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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MYRTLE STREET PASSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

•MYRTIE: STREET ,PASSAGE. 'he coli mmittee iecmmended that no -actipni b: t'ikeiiini tlihd abov e miatter. Ci. :Lord saidlif that \ivas carried citizensiin-the locality \-vould be .6 bl-arred :fro indoing -any;thilig further. The-people ?vere anlxious to have the work dOne. -iHe :tiriusted the matter wo.uld .be deferrfed ::to egiy- peirsons .:concerned aiiother opportunit'. C - Gr. Wood -seconided:::"'::. : d Cr: ;\Bi iirtonil ?'aid til p.eople had ---.been trying to get .tl e passage 'for some consideiitble time; nd? the coun-' cili otuld hot lbe doing its duty if thliey failed to 'tmeet thle residents irin their request. Cr: .Sambell tliiglht tlireecouincil - lors would report 1on the matter. . . Cr.. 'Wood said the coujicil should S: provide for throughli tr;affic:. SThe-?amendmerit td defer the ritlI ,r was res61ved uponi. .- *

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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BAD HABITS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

-BAD: HABITS. S Victor. Clarence Frazer was charge: witti failing to attend.a drill, on May : zd. ;He was 6o hours short, and hlad practically done nothing for six -months. The area officer said. the. .. boy was only young, but he appeared i-..?^--to:- be" associating with men: several ...ears his senior. He stood outside .of hotels and on two occasions 'had been seen intoxicated. It was simply -shocking. He had been told to at tend court in uniform, but had failed to do so. The only means of reform was by committing him to the fort: Mr. Cohen : You do not appear to be taking things, seriously. If you i: magine you are going to break down this system you are mistaken. Fined S :4o0s,_'.and committed to the fortress .'for 26 days.-

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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UNSEWERED AREAS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

UNS'EWERED: AREAS. Ci. IRigbY asked whether -the l etter proposed'had been sent t6o the Metro politan baid of :Works ::re the above niatter. -Oi: receiviiig a ieply in the negative froii the, Toin Clerk, Cr. Rigby said they: kiiaitthlir-e eiewe por tions: o:f the: district tlhat couild riot be s~i'ered~l. ."lvery consliderable por tioii: of-iSutlh Hawthorin": \ as.. un sewered"l-i id :filtl;[.ai ater canme from the places and i ani iintohi~:le guitters. He suggested tlia t'lie letter: be sent asking if tliese places ?were goinig to be se\ered or not.: ?Ie'These people were paying s.e p-yei-afor ai pan service and thins ivould increase :r. .: Tlhe matti.br of proceeding with the seweriage workss wi.s refeiired to the Board::

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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TOORONGA BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

TOOGRONGA BRIDGE. The engineer reconmmended the road leading to the above bridge be closed during repairs. Cr. Burton understood the council was reslponsible for any accidents that happened on the road. The Mayor enquired whether specis: • . . i . . : -/....: fictions could not be drawn up to put: the blame on the contractor. :. The engineer considered the bridge I:'':could not be properly constructed un less the road was closed. If it was :'^;'i:closed a watchman would have to be V::' employed continually. The time al " lwed. for the completion of the : ;:-:lridge was eight months. C.i:i')! r. :Rigby said this was rather a 'reversal of what was understood pre . o:.:. 'usly./ He thought arrangements ::!ha e d been m'ade whereby persons who . .: ished: could cross at their own risk ono:bne-side, while the.other was being r.::--/r:"'iepaired.' One company said a seri :;,: ,,'ous lJoss would be sustained if the : traffic was not .maintained; and if it ? ~.ias only a question of expense...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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HOME BUILDING HINTS WITHOUT DEPOSIT. A Unique Opportunity Presents Itself [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

HOME BUILDINC HINTS WITH., OUT DEPOSIT. A Unique Opportunity Prescaits 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 acceopted 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 rect 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 of 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 home bu...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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TRAMWAY STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

-TRAMWAYLi SiAl MENT. CrRigy wais pl ased to ireport beifigat l?Ci ity Coiunci: meeting on . Mondl?,i::-ayix hen thie , Burwood-.,.-- " ti'am-way was discussed: He was in aositio to re~iort that th;e manittei.: i now0:i be pi'oceeded :ith .Tflihe@:. fioui coincilf~U concerned wd ould5::. :b:e : called " togetiher within a montli; to:' appoifita chaiirmanii: After that -ivork:.i gQupld begin .... . . . .- ...i , C:-i{: rWood. also spoke of being :at-:. the nimetinig; and said the result wads verye satisfactory. .. I. 'he (Mayqr said on June I the Tramways Tirust would have been in etistence twelve months. Those Jere mials who prophesied a loss Fon the : Glenferrie hliuie vere entirely wvrong. The nmining cost of the line wias S3}d. whlichl had been reached.. The . latest statemeht was as follows:-_' . Weeks endings lMay 13 and 20, the .' tramway traffic feturns are as fol low :Car miles, 7769, 77323; pas sengers, 69,468, 66,736; reienue" '-50r 17s. ird., £.470 Is. 6d., re venue, per ...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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The "Diamond City." [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

The "Diamowd City." -4~-- . Kimberley, the "Diamond City," has had a curious- history. In 1860-70 the precious crystals, first ifound in 1867 near the Orange River, were discovered, here. in con siderable quantity, and, of course, a great rush of adventurers at once took place from all parts of the :world, so that in two or three years its population had increased to many thousands. Competition among the many owners of nmiing claims .:brought doWn the price of dia mqonds to such an extent that the profits - of mining very soon be camne almost infinitesimal. ::' Mr. Cecil Rhodes, who had gone to Natal for his health shortly be fore 1870, and went to Kimnber ley in the first months of the rush, was the first to see that a consoli . dation of the many concerns was the only way of keeping up the price of diamonds,. and, chiefly by his skill and boldness, the process of amalgamating the various claims and interests into one huge corpora tion was completed in 1885. Since then the De Beers...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPRING BALANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

S~..-,SPRING BALAN~ I?S?? '-: .i I. he' :Master:. Butcheirs Associato?nl:". " wrote i l'regaric·lg - ddmilnistiatioi- of:. Weilhts .:alci. Measures Act.t.. ' C. ,IRigby: said it was a :case: for the. Union .to deal iitli:.:hTlhe :re quest: of the Association- didin't seem to -be -? reasonable. o.ine- .There was . nbt ~sulfficient drastic legislationfin .Vic t6oiia to preient these scales being. used IThese . spring balances? were most srinaccurae. Tehe inspectors could only stamp weights, and jit as tlse cluty of the shopkeepers toro-1)1 \:ide correct scales. . C .C,: Nolan suiggestedl fi'e counucil". shliould appro e' of . the .prosectiions i t;alken by the inspector. If tfliefe i'?\ :as a, Board of Trade ii? }Victoria. as in En.gland and Soiuith iAfii?? a-ill : these matters ,Stelating t "o. t trade cdiild be dealt iwith . There '. \e.e cr-· tain miniicipialities. which had not : joined the Union, nanid tlie result was oily prosecutions'by council ofliceirs. While" the price of: c...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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A Visit to the Pyramids. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

A Visit to the Pyramids. - There is a very interesting account of a trip to the Pyramids in "A Journalist in the Holy Land," by Arthur Copping, an entertaining story of a journey mnade by the author and his brother through Egypt and Palestine : A stately Arab in gorgeous attire offered himself as my guide. We -walked through the Cairo of offi cial r-sidences and wealth, where broad thoroughfares planted with acacia trees gave entrance to state ly white mansions-a quarter of the city that savoured rather of Bel gravia than Egypt. Coming presently to a fine bridge spanning the Nile, we crossed, to !find ourselves in a thoroughfare through which, in a green proces sion of varied. zoological interest, the pioduce of agricultural Egypnt was in transit. There were laden carts drawn by oxen, followed by sturdy donkeys thatched with sugar canes. Hard by .we took our seats in a smart electric tramcar, which swiftly carried us withini sight' of the py ramids, figuring still, solemn, and subst...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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TAXATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

ti TAXATION:^ . A ;-*':A"letter a.Avas'sreceived relati\:e to de-. partmeniftal ialuatiorns anI rating on. uninimproved iue. ?ir.- ,,Risgby "pinted out. i tat thel -proposals .out linied . Wiuld .priobably cost -225;. •Acddledi t ' that .sumi; Would pirobably lbe the same. amount yearly.,i T .he committee-, tholught,- that as the price ;was:so.hligh it. would be" advisable if ; ?b action.i was takeni : If the Govern niitenr ,was going to chargee'suich a high pice thkerewould be.-imany municipalil-'c ties iuni\illing to pay it. I he recoim .ienclatiuon wias adopted.- : /: . . :

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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AN ACCIDENTAL MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

AN ACCIDENTAL MARRIAGE. He was quite an old gentleman-a clergyman-ahd sufered from the complaint with which Dr. Spooner is supposed to be aflicted-he was always misplacing the initial con /sonants of words. But for, this he would probably have remained a bachelor to this day, .for he was a very shy old gen tleman, especially when in the com pany of ladies. It so happened, Showever, that ome afternoon an elder ly parishioner of the opposite sex came to call on him. Tea was brought in. Then sud denly it occurred to the old gentle man that he should ask the lady to make tea. But, instead, blamdiering as usual, he turned to her, ith a i gentle smile, and asked : d) - "Will you take me ?" And she took him!

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

THE. BEST-LOVED GIRLS' COLLEGE IN AUSTRALIA. Mpthodist Ladies' College, Hawthorn, Victoria. PRESIDENT The- ? Oniev . W. W.itchett Ijz7Re B.A., LL.D. HEAD MASTER Otto .rome, B.A. ( Lite Lecturer at Ormond, Trinity and Queen's Colleges, Melbourne University). The Ordinary Staff includes SEVEN University Graduates with the highest distinctions. The course of study ranges from Kindergarten Classes up to the University, and includes every kind of accomplishment. There is a business course under expert teachers. Careful Physical Training in all classes. THE COLLEGE consists of stately buildings (on which nearly 640,000. has been spent), standinc in spacious -grounds, and furnished with the latest and most perfect educational appliances. It includes Gymnasium. Art Studio, Swim ming Bath, Tennis Court, Domestic Science department, &c. The course for 1913 includes some new and important features RELIGIOUS TRAINING.-The College is Christian, without being sectarian. Regular Scripture ...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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KEW TOWN COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MAY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

KEW TOWN COUNCIL. - TUESDAY, MAY i8. Present :-The Mayor (Cr. Bucker) and Crs. Weir, Jellis, Kellett, Fin layson, Wishart, Carnegie, Wynne, Allen, Crouch, Atkyns, McCrea, Rat ten and Todd. Cr. Hiscock was the only absentee. CORRESPONDENCE. From Camberwell City Council, intimating its willingness to share in the' dost of .a gas lamp, 'Burke-road, at ? ilwa.h¢cPs'oing.-Received. - - ; Letter received re sewerage levels.:-: -On the inotion of Cr. Weir, sec onded by Cr. Ratten, the same to be supplied. From Hawthorn Council, relative to the widenihg of Barker's-road, stating that the matter would, be dis cussed at a special meeting.-Re ceived. .Re town planning, lantern lectures to be delivered in-.September and Oc tober.--Cr. Wishart said they were in sympathy with: 'the movehment, and should grant theuse of the hall, and also do their best to make the lectures widely known.-Carried. SFrom Mr. G.. MDuncan, re build ing he proposed to remove and re erect in 'another locality.-Permission...

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