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LADIES' LODGES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 February 1915
LADIES' LODGES. Australi;an .Women's Association, Hawthorn Branch-Secretary: Miss Alice Burton, 42z Burwood road, Hawthorn. Protestant -Alliance Friendly Society, Loyal Carnation Lodge. Secretary: Miss Aldred, 6 Tooroniga road, Auburn. Ancient Order of Foresters, Court Auburn.-Secret'ary: Miss M. A. Price, 36 Au??nrn-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. Gamrham, Secretary, "? Lisson-grove, Hawthorn. Meets every second Tues day in Hawthorn Town Hall..
Farewell Social to Mr. H. N. Bainbridge. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 February 1915
Farewell Social to Mr. H. N. Bainbridge. SA largo number of members of the Ffawthorn Branch A.N.A., assembled at the Town Hall, on February 22nd, to bid farewell to Mr. H.N.Bainbridge who is leaving for Sydney,on 27th inst, to take up a business appointment there. The function took the form of a smoke night, and the chair was. ocoupied by Mr. G. E. Roberts. . After the toast of "Thie King " had been honored, Mr. P. J. Bonnett, pro posed " The A.N.A.," and remarked on the present position of the Associa tion, with its 35,000 Victorian mom bors, as contrasted with the trials and truggles its early enthusiasts had to ace. He paid a fine tribute to Mr. Bainbridgo's efforts to advance the Hawthorn branch. Mr. O. E. Clherry, who is the Com monwealth Veterinary Officer in Lon don, and at present on leave of absence responded, and said the success of the A.N.A. had been largely due to the etlioeot manaugement, not only at head quartefa, but also at the branches. He was glad to see his old f...
THE PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 February 1915
THE PATRIOTIC FUND. At a special meeting of the Victorian Education Depart. eo t Partiotio Leagoe it was resolved to voto £3000 to thle Belgian Relief Fond,through tho Agent Genoeral for Victoria. £2000 for elief of distress in aully other of the allied countries. 'IThe latter sum will be expended iii ways thought best by the Agent General, lno.Peter McBride, in consultation .with the High _Com missiolor, Sir George Reid. It woE also decided to purchase two motor am bulaitces £1100, these will probably be attached to the Australian Hospitals ill the field. At tihe Executive Meetiog of tile State School Patriotic League, held on February 9th, Io Hlion. Treasurer, Mr. A. C. Witton, ucaountant to the Vic torian Education Department, reported the total amosut r0ceived to date to be £11,0617 8e. d. What a monumuent this is to the self-denying, patriatio activity of the youegsters and teachers of the State, and this will ontinue with increased vigor right through 1915. To that date (Febru...
STEALING GRAPES [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 February 1915
BTEALING GIRAPES Sidney Shore, a lad of 18 years of age, was 'charged on the information of constable Munro with entering the gar den of Wm Fone, anti carrying away therefrom grapes of the value of Is Defendant pleaded guilty The con stable said that hIe was on duty and saw defendant in a right of way, on top of a fence Hle watched him and saw him take several bunches of grapes He called obt, and aceussd bolted Witness secured him after a long chase . Fined 10s
CLAIM FOR COMMISSION [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 February 1915
OILA1M FOR COMMISSION Mary Valkmann proceeded against Jnio Robert Morton for the sum of £10, being commission as agreed, on the sale of a property situated at 32Beaconsfield road, Auburn Mary Valkman' said that she was a widow,residing at 32 Beaconsfield road, The property belonged to Mrs Morton, who wished to sell. An offer of com mission had been made to her husband in writing during his life titie, and defendant subsequently renewed his offer on her selling the property to witness. Two clients had called and seen the house. The house was sold to Mrs James on Marclh .th, 1914. Witness had at all times allowed'people to in spect the paoperty. There was no mention of price, her duty was to allow people through. Witness did not work to block a sale so as to be kept on as a tenant. She lhad not emphasised the faults nor had she refused to allow Mrs James over the property. She did her buat to bring about a sale. MIrs A James said that salt went to the premises occupied by Mrs Volkmann...
Hawthorn Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 February 1915
Hawthorn Football Club, The annual meeting of .the above, clubi: ws lield in the tokn lhall on Wedniesday eveniilg nlast., There was ain itteindance of abloint 450 mneCI hers 'lid suliportelsiniclding l-many la'dlies;.''e 'Ihe':s~ident, Mr, Clins. lietliile; occupied the clhaiir, and he hs Silpdported bIy the Mayor (ir. F. C..Rigby),ndl alessrs.Pritchard, Hulse, M Leani,Cr.Lord, F.: Marks, HeIingiii ayG. Johnisoni E. J. Rigg and \roodhamn (vice-pi:esidCent of the On the'notion of Messrs. Bell and Farey, the rieport nid bbalaicee-sheet w ?relde tikeii 'as rel T'he, Maiyor "(Cr ; Rigby), . in mioving the adoptioli of the balance sheet;, congramtulated theclub oni the progress-, inade diriig, the seaso i. He vwotild like to conigratulate the itemnbei's 'asidd office-be'irers it was? a great thiiig for the club and Asso' ciation that IHainthorni- haid been admitted to thle' seiiors. They had niot alays ljeen successful, bIut had put up :a very creditable record. Un behalf of himself and...
Kew Tramway Opened. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 February 1915
Kew Tramway Opened. The first electric traut to link up with tile eat suburban cable service to the city rau from Glenferrio. by the way of Kew to the Victoria street bridge, Abbotaford, on Welnesday afternon IC markbd the openilangl tihe first sectiu of the new Kew tramwavy, over the old Iorse treat route, which ihat been dlec. trifled. IThe oaltficial opening is postploned until the opeuing of. the full route somue six moutlls liotce. A quick service between the bridge niid Glnfeorrie will be miaintained. ITho "throughll" fare is 2d aittl the ieew nectioi from the bridge to Kew post-ollicc is Id. Or. F.'. Ilttle, tlhe Mayor of Kew.tnd other councillors, joined tIe first tratn at I(ew post oalice, anl travelled over lie lteWr ectiont. OIdfootlballes will - rrotl to learn of thie death of Mr.; Hah loLaou, oas the rirsult of a ruilthay accident at lHiwthiorn, on Friday evening. ,ir, Moleait w as a mncruber of tile famous Geolong Itrn ar whiochi woni Iho premi er ship in 1886. oie wan...
New Light on Electricity. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 February 1915
New Light on Electricity. An observer has just called at tention to a curious property of an electric ctrrent in that, when pnassing round a sharp corner, it apparently projects a discharge along its original line of motion. Another authority ladv?lwes thie no tion that it is esidence of the existetce of a tree eblctric mIOeion turn. resenmbling thot of wtler low ng in a pipe. .ruar as had thought of the i,oss-: i ,ic i o . suchl a thing; but his exi,-meitll s led him to conclude cagaint its ,xistence. Clerk Maxwell nfterwar c i- raismml the rlquestion again, i aled il-c tl,'idelC it in til. e ative. lilt it .me t I;tely Ilteei poilnted out tlhat time Iheeom ellol is ill accord witmh tlhe IimsL re meo 1t theory of the ,i 1mWic natumre ii electricity, which 11cI li. )emtl w,,rked out is Mlxsell ilo'a. At cml rote, it is said, ihm'e is here mm newly acquired fact aloliit elec tricity, whatever the lit illiate ex planation of it. may be.
SUNDAY TRADING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 February 1915
SUNDAY TRADING. Hugo Krisochke, confectionor,Auburn road,Auburn, was charged with Sunday trading between 9.80 and 9 45 on 7th Feb. Constable Munro stated that lie was oil duty on the evening of 7th inst, Iat the corner of Auburn and Burwood roads Fromn inflormation lie received he went to defendant's shop, and saw a dim light showing from the outside. He could hear voices inside. He wvent to the wire door which was boarded up abou ft Gin from tie floor, and then walked into the shlop and sawn defendant tallkitg to a woman He said to him Is your door open for trading purposes ! Defeadant said No, lie hIad let a friend out Witness asked him why lte did not close tie door, and defendant said to him-If you hIave a case against me you can issue a sUntmttons AndrenwMKenzie said he remembered going to Krischkellt's shop on Sunday, Feb 7th withl Kathlleen Clarke He asked Miss Clarke whatl she would bave, and she replied,ice cream sods.Krischke served tlhem SKattleen Olarke gave corroboratir...
Jointed With Diamonds. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 February 1915
Jointed With Diamonds. Witlh a view to suistitLting lme c)lanieal joints' in human! bonies. whlich through disease or paralyais have been rendered stiff and use less, lii. Milton I'rancis Clark has *hen .conducting some remarkable ex perinu euts in" San Francisco. lHe hlnas performted what he is certain will be a successlul operationl on .a dog. The animal had its leg bones sicushed, andi Dr. Clark removedl th): injutred joint. Then, without nmoving the tendtons, nerves, veins, nd arteries, Ihe inserted a silver joint which was riveted to the end of the bones. The doctor used din nlondls as a pirot for the socket joint as being the lardelst known substance, and swas thus able to tmeet the objectioon as to wear and tear, which in the case of other sublstances might necessitate fre quent operations for relmoval. Dia monds, says Dr. Clark, will last for a longer period thnn the pos sible life of any patient. The dog is said to be able to move its leg comfortably, and Dr. Clark is convi...
HAWTHORN CITY COURT. Tuesday, Feb. 23rd. Before Messrs. Wallis, Duffus, Rigby, Roche and Gaggin, J'sP. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 February 1915
HAWTHORN CITY COURT. Tuoesday, Feb. 23rd. Before lessrs. Wallie, Dnffus, Rigby, Roceho and Gaggin, J'sP.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 February 1915
w2: U. You will find it next thie Station. 'Tis here you will meet with a Good Class of DEALPERY at Moderate Prices. New Goods Come and Go. You will always find Lines you want-Goods you must have, at prices that will please. Kindly patronise Your Auburn Draper CILLIAF I CA:FI, he will do hiis best to please and serve you at his grend little shop, at This i No. 77 Auburn Roade You will find it next the Station. 'Tis here you will meet with a Good Class of I .-t.APEIW at M[oderate Prices. Mew Goods Comee and Go. You will always find Lines you want--Goods you must have, at prices that will please. Kindly patronise Your Auburn Draper- - V I LL I . NNI C A FFFIN, he will do his best to please and serve you at his grand little shop, at 77 Auburn noad, with pleasure, In'sa "p'?aer?ia?' flr??-%" ?:.+ rpp?ll.j.I ?I I? HATHERLEY & HORSFALL 361-363 BURWOOD R.D, Hawthorn. Tel. 421 Haw. HOUSE Importers DECORATORS Importers or oF Paints Oils, Mount Boards, and Va nishes, Picture IMoulding...
The Fallen Stronghold. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 February 1915
The Fallen Stronghold. Adrianople, in point of ipopulation anld mercantile staniingi , ranked us the thirdl city of Turkey in Europe. It porssessed a high .anctity in Moslemn eyes, which will now be all but destroyed by tie triumph of the lulgarians reistoring Christian swey over it after the llapse of fire iand a half centuries. I.or nearly a hundred years after its capture by 3furad i., ill 1361, Adlrianople was the capllital of the Sultans. until 115:1, when, ulpon the fall of Coastautinople, they transfer redl their residenre to the Golden Horn. It was in the sixteenth cen tury that the great lluoeljue of elll tanl Selinm ]I., the glory of the city and one of tile mluasterpicces of Turkish archlitecture, waes erected. Legend has it that whenl the Sul tan realised that the mosqulee was likely to be the finest building of its kind in the IE:mpjire. he eannoun ced his intentire of lutting tile ar eleitect to ldeath os soeen elu. he 'ead completedl his task. se that hle migilt not b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 February 1915
FROOTOIDS Cure IHeadache, Indigestion, Constipation, and BIiliousuoss. -oOo--- The imm .so number of orders for Frootoids, sent by post direct to the Pro prietor, is convincing proof that the Public nppreciate their splendid curing power over the above-named complaints. rhey are olegan t in appearance, pleasant to take, and, What is of the utmost im portainho thoroughly reliable in affording qilick rehiof. eFrootoids" are immensely more vanlu ablle than an ordinary aperient, in so far that they not only act as an aperient, but do remove from thoblood, tissues, and internal organs, waste poisonous matter that is clogging them and choking the channels that lead to and from them. The beneficial offects of Frootoida are evident at once by the disappearance of headache, the head becoming clear, and a bright, cheory sense of perfect health taking the place of sluggish, depressed feelings, by the liver acting properly, and by the food being properly digested Frootoida are the proper aperie...
Home Defence. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 February 1915
Home Defence. With a view to stimulate interest in the Rifle Club and Voluntary Drill Movement, dal eidblin ,, &nbsp; citizens delcsirous of fitli.?g tlhem selvesc fiori -Iome l)feicie, to cer'l, thel \ayori of Hlawvthorn (Cr. ,. C. Rigby), hasr convened "a public imeetinlg which \\will be held at Haw thorn 'Townui Hall, oni the eveningof Monday, i[areh 8th, at S o'clock, at which sti!rring addresses will ibe delivered by leading Iiublic loen.
CRICKET. EASTERN SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. SOUTH AUBURN CRICKET CLUB. A. v St. Johns. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 February 1915
CRICKET EASTERN SUBURBAN &nbsp; ASSOCIATION. SOUTH AUBURN ORICKET CLUB. A. v St. Johns. This match was commenced at the South Auburn Reserve S. McWhinny winning the toss decided to bat and opened H. Walker and S. McWhinny to the bowling of Wade and Allen. The first 5 wickets fell for 19, but Clamp and Bruce stopped the rot adding 27 runs for the 6 wickets. Bruce being caught after making 13, Clamp soon followed with 15 to his credit, the only other to trouble the bowlers being Pullen with 14 not out. The innings closed for 70. J. Allen with 4 for 24, Wade, 2 for 19 and Portingale 2 for 15, were the bowlers. St. Johns opened wilh Dean and Wade to the bowling of Pullen and S. McWhinny. Pullen opened well taking &nbsp; 2 wickets off his first over. Wade was the only man to get going, getting 18 before being bowled by S. McWhinny. The score only reaching 36. Pullen and S. McWhinny shared the wickets getting 6 for 16 and 4 for 15 respectively. In their second attempt the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 February 1915
Business Directory. AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AGENTS. BATTEN & PERCY, Auctioneer and Estate Agents, 60 Burwood-road, West Hawthorn. Tel. a9, Haw. thorn. R. THOS. CHENOWETH, Real Estate, Insurance and Financial Agent, Sworn Valuer and Business Broker, 143 Glenferrie Road, Glen ferrie. Tel. 324, Haw. HAMILTON AND CO., Land, Estate, and General Commission Agents, 218 Burke-road, Camber: well. Tel. 1519 Haw. E. O. HILL & SON, Auctioneer, Sworn Valuator, Glenferrie Road, adjoining station. T'el. I50, Haw. H. MAXWELL THOMPSON AND SON, Estate Agents and Finan ciers, 64 Auburn-road. Tel. 1153 Haw. BOOT MERCHANTS. F. H. GOLLAND, Boot and Shoe Merchant, 6x7 Burwood Road, Auburn. Tel. 1499 Haw. J. GOAD, Practical Bootmaker and Repairer, Estab. 20 years, xr3 Auburn Road, Auburn. P. McKIE, Australian Boot Palace, 4o3 Burwood Road (2 doors from Glenferrie House). J. C. \VATTS, Boot and Shoe Mer chant, cr. Auburn and Burwood Roads, Auburn. J. LEWIS, Leather and Grindery Merchant, 639 B...
TEMPERANCE NOTES. Selected by the W.C.T.U., Kew East Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
TEMPERANCE NOTES. Bulected by the W.O.T.U., Kew East Braoch. Dr. Evans of Chicago, says : " It is the duoy of cit.zerns a a body to oppose with all their streegth the alchtol contagion. As the most. fee tive measure lor this end I he abstinence movesndtt of the poorer classts strives to secure complete prohibition of thb produc:ion and sale of 'alcoholic drinks through the voice of the peopl,. To win the people th this mnasuro by edoca tioe and egitaticu is the moot import atit task. The workieg classes in parttoula?r suffer most severely from the i.flueunce of alcohol On accobout of the uafavour able Working oolditions, inadtquste food aod housing, aild seglooted edo catioso, thie workmrsu is ible. to olpp s0. only a weak resistaoce of the destructive effects of alcohol. Whith hi.d snall income, Ihe expendisute for alosholic drink dinlinishet to a frightfunl xletnt th oamtnut "avoilable fo? food andl cul'tre iputpses. Alcohol prevents a nsitt from rearl ising the xbhansting effcrs ...