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COMFORTABLE FEET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
It is utterly imposstilel to keep wrell unless the feet are kept dry and warm all the time. DIr. (eo. Butler recolamends in a recent paper thnt if cehl nud dry, tile feet shoulld be soaked ill hot watert!l for tea minutes every nlight ; .u( when wiped and dried, they should bie rubbed well with 10 to 15 drops of sweet'oil, which slhoild be cdone patiently with the handls, rublbing the oil into the soles of the feet particularly. On getting up in the miorning, dip both feet at oncre into water, as cold as the air of tlhe room, half-ankle deep, for a minlCte in summner, half a minute or less in winter, rubbicng one foot withl the other; then wipe dry, anl, im con venient, hold themn to the ire., rub bicng them until pIerfectly dry and warm in every part.
WHERE TO SPEND YOUR HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
WeREj TO SPEND YOUR HOLIDAYS. At this season of the year the uni 'eraal quetion " Where shall we go toSpend plea ~t holidayP" There dr'o many plsces where this can be bne but one place in artioular may Soted u ar,.being under the olroum :tIUCes, partmu~la W ee a HoUany desirable. 'I'hi isa o""yt' Hone at Sorreuto, mid pd beton oth two bas oheend n i '?npot for teherme.. and otLers fond • J-r t • Lis establishment is pre ro Over' by Mrs. A. L. Coker, the .trIs re% who provides her patrons ple didad a... ondation oombined tl first-class table, and, whet is of char Ore iloportance, very moderato Ondedd. lfany of our readere are still dholidea?there to go for a pleasant make i7, the cannot do better than oer 0 aste a pplication to Mrs. ltfrl . orrento is reoached b a de t rip of 2| hours asr tlh hy.
Mysterious Noises. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
Mysterious Noises. The term "gouffre" is applied in Iaiti to mysterious acoiustic phe nlomna, probably of stubterronnon origin, and evidently belonging to the class of sounds known as "lbroltidi" or "brontides" reported frotm var ious parts of the worl. 'They seemn. Ihowever, to be miuch more varied in character than the typical brontides of Italy, Belgium, etc. Pomeittimes they resemble the boorm of cnllonll, hut again are described s of deep, rltmblings, hiowliogs, a rushilng sound, as of wind, a deafening crash. "as if a mountain of glass were shattered," andt so on. T'hey hIave been known in Haiti from tile times of Moreau de St. lery and thie othter early historians of the colntry. St. M'artial Observ!tory, at Port nut Prince, has uttndertlken tt systematic investigation of this phenomCen by means of a quetitnnairne alddressedl to numerous residents oi the island, thus following tile example of Van den Broeck itn Belgitum, andl Alippi in Italy.
To the Tardy. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
To the Tardy. (By P.G.-Glenferrie.) There's a bugle-note a-calling, That has thrill'd :your comrades through ; Who are fighting now and falling To uphold the flag for you:: They are proud to die for England, And to prove their mettle true; For they marched to guard her honor WYon't you march to guard it too ? Will you still delay replying Till the stirring echo dies ? Till the flag that now is flying, Tramped in dust by foemen lies? Must they fight alone-unaided? Must that brave undaunted fei. W'ho hare kept its glory itainless, Call, but call in vauin for you? East and west, the cloud is palling, : \Why then tarry you so long? With your country's voice a-calling. For the young, and brave, and strong. Htare you not enjoyed her freedoni,: . Why liot pay her back the due? Be a man ! stund forth to serve her; Make her women proud of you l Lest a future dawn upopringing, From the battle's fatding flush, With the rvictors' voices ringing . - In youears, ahould make you Stir your mnhood.-...
Good Stories of Bench and Bar. SIDE OF FORENSIC LIFE THAT SELDOM SEES LIGHT. HAWKINS—GRANTHAM—DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
Good Stories of Bench and Bar. -4-- SID1E OF I0iENSIC LI1E lHAT S, Lli0o't SEES LICOI.I 7.' IIAWtINS-G l\5 GtrANTHAii-DAY. ""saore iet and interestiig alice' dlltes of the Benlch nnd Ular are conl tuined ini a volumel published . by lMr. r:rant lilhards, a hichll, edlitedl and colllend Ity i\. ArtlIhuIr H. I~l'gelbacrll, is Irrefuced hby Mr. F. E. Smlit h, K.O.. l. P. One reilinrisrence is of the late Sir l:ranik Locka'ood, whose cross exarninations uised tl'o be such la ie light inii the Junior lIar. 11t on cern's that fIlrllOs coulnrlsel's first brief irleolr \rhicih he rpiltrrell for an ofllicitl liquidrator of a ronlillpany whosc corlseant htad to ie ohtairetld Ireaore thie Court \'ould part witii tile iunrd. Lockwoord was instructed to collsent, llnd Iris fee was to I.be three ghuinens on the brief. arlld one for colisultiation. SThe pietition rcrne in dclue course before Lord Ironrirly, and was mladte plain to hiiln by counsel foe thie pIetitioner, annl still I "little plainer...
SILVER TEAPOT IN A RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
SIILVER TEAPOT IN A RIVER.. Seeing a shining article sticlling up in the sand front the bottom of at stream, a little girl of Abington, Pennsylvania, pulled it from its hid ing-place andcl found it to be a sil ver teapot. This discovery enabled the police to recover most of the plunder which, together with the teapot, had boon taken from the Abington home of Walter E. lHer ing, a l'hiladelphlan. The little girl, in company w,'ith a friend. while walking along a road had a very severe headache. She went to a rivulet running beneath a bridge to wet a handkerchief to apply to her head, when she noticed the sliln ing article. A squad of policemen were sent to the place, and in a : short radius dug up most of the" stolen articles. "You have mlade this Clidii witilh a revolver," said the editor to his', artist. "Isn't it cuslolmniry to oartl' the god of lovers withl a bow aind arrows ?" " Yes, sir," replied ..te 'artist. : . "lt art .mut t;.keeptil l with: tli":'; times." ,- . -- : ;. 142...
Band Performance. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
Band Performance. Lovers of good Inmusic will at the Central gardens',; Henry street, on Suixday'afternoon have an opportu. nity of listening to a specially pre pared programme by the Hawthorn CityBand,and assisting in the cause of charity. Mr. L. Burroughs, who was well known as a prominent bandsman, iind was tlihe mali ;sulport of his wiidwed niothei arid sisters,receimtly met with a fatal accident, and the various bands have decided to vol untary collect sffiient to place' the sorrowing lhiother anid sisters beyond actual want.. :-. Our residents should attend in large ummbersamid drop the helpful coins into the collector's boxes.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
Council Notices. CITY OF HAWTHORN. IEGISTRAT'ION OF DOGS. It is hereby notified thlat if any person who after tile 15th day of March, 1915, has in his possession or control an UNREGISTERED DOG Will be liable nlder tile provisions of the Dog Act 1890, to a penalty of TEN SHILLINGS, In addition to the Regislration Fee. The Rcistration maoy he effcted at the town ball doring oflice hours, which are frocm 9 a.m. to 5 p.mn , SaLturdays froi 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Registration Fee-Five Shillings. W\, BROAD HALL, Town Clerkc Town Clerk's Office3 Hawthorn, 192-I.5, " JUSTICES' ACT, 1890 " INFOIRMATION FOR AN OFFENCE AND SUMMOINS THEIXREON, In the Court of Petty Sessions at IHawthlrn. In thie Central Bailiwick. Albert Victor Stott, the proper olfficer of the Council of the City of Hawthorn Informant. The Owner of a Black Horse, about 15 hands, branded like B near shoulder, white blaze. Defendant. Tile information of Albert Victor Stott of Hawthorn in the State of Victorea, Inspector for the City...
Military Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
Military ; iNotes. 'IThe Hlon. Secretary announces that thie Picture Night is postponed from A.onday 8th till Wednesday 10th March, on account of the Mayor's Defence Meeting. The 53rd cadets expect to go into their new drill hall, about lst May. The Easter Camp of the 53rd battalion is to be held at Frankston, and the public are asked to subscribe towards cost of tents, &c. The boys give their holidays up to learn to defend their citizens, and we are asking the public to pay for thie tents, &c About 80 cadets were prosecuted at Boawthorn Court, on Tuesday, for failing to attend drill. They were all ordered to the custody of tile Staff Sergeant Major, to put in their drill, 'The Mayor of Hawthlodrn (Cr; 'E. C. Rigby) has connvened ''a pilblic meeting; at :the IHavthiorni tow li hall on Monday next, at 8 p.m.; ?,with a view to stiniulate interest in 'the Rifle Cln'b and Voluntary: Drill Movement, and enabliaign citizens desirouS of fitting themiselves for Houte Defence...
REPORT OF GENERAL PURPOSES AND PARKS AND GARDENS COMMITTEE. Cr. Burton, chairman. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
REPORT OF GENERAL PUBRPOSES AND PARKS AND GARDENS COMMITTEE. Cr. Burton, clhairman. Letter fr lMetoropolitan Board of Works, regardiog reticulalion of Callantina ,oad-The Committee re commends-that the usual prb-eidfhii be" adopted. Land, corner Camberwell and Bur wood Rods--The Committee rdcom. riiueds tliat ?anui offer to the: Iank of Victloia be -mrid for thle "dditional land required,and that iho council will make.the footpatli, as suggested. Enginner's Roport Cl'uoe 8; re r'l'oes, Kooyougkoot road -The Comomitteoreommeuds that the Eogineoer''a sgetionl he adopted. Clause O,:reElectricLihtinug, Town Hall-The Committeo recommends that the Engineer's report be adopted, ond that n Clerk of Works be engaged at £1 a.e, per week. Recomnmeadatiouas adopled.
LETTERS RECEIVED [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
L rT T RS RECEIVED From Kew Coanoil, relative to lighling portion of Barker's read by electricity. From Melhooure General Motor bus Coy., forwarding copy of letter for-: warded to Congregational Church rIe noisie caused by buses. From Q.M.I.D. Hospital,forwai'dieg returns,. From Hawthorn Tramwaysa Trust, regardiog propsod. widening of Wallen road. Fr'om BlioddiIstitte, tre napply of brooms. From Metropolitan Board of Workb, re rtinculation area, No. 307. From Area Officer and Hawthorn •lockey Club, applying for, uo s n of Outer Reserve-Consideration of these matters has been defer.red. . , SFrom State School, Gleef.rrite, applying for use of Baths on March 5 -Tohe Commitiotee r:ecommends that the applioclion lie granted. From Hawthorn Branch, A.N A., relative to lighting and ventilation in Lower Hall-The Committeeo begs to report ?Ithat the necessary alteratiots aro provided for in renovations to town hall. From Oamberwell Grammar Sohoo), applying-for Unse of Sport/ Grounds -The Com...
B. v St. Hilary's. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
B. v St. Bilary's. St Hilaoy's 9 for 105 continued batting and total reanhed, 114 when Dorian was bowled by 'l'owler, N-il not. out-man carried his bat for 13. Towler with 4 for 31 was the beat bowlers f)r the Ba. South Auburn with a deficiency of 57 c mmenced their second innings. The batsa en bein Matthlews and Towler to the :bowling of Dorien and P. Smish, the first wicket fell at 13 when Towler was ruun out. 'LThe bath men to follow soon made things lively for ball as hour or so, when 7 wickets had fallen for 66. The whole side was disposed of for 84. Lee with 19 was top scorer and Worthington, 15; andl Iuglefinger, 12. not out batted well, DLoien, 3 for 34, and Palkin, 4 for 13, bowled with success. Rquiri g 29 to win St. Eilary's knocked up the runs for .the loss of 3 wickets, Doie, witlli 14 not out being the chief scorer. Pitt 2 fr 11, nd Towler, 1 for 17 got thie wickets Be play Kew, next Satusday, at Kew Players catch tram at 2.15 from the ouruer of Glenferrie and" Rivered...
REPORT OF FINANCE COMMITTEE. Cr Russell, Chairman. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
rEPOT O FINANCE COMMIT'IIEE. Cr Russell, Obairojae, Letter from Vincent P. Nolan, relative to Troausfer of Laud,Bu'wood road--'lThe Committee recommeondoe that the Tirnsfem to Mr.Oook bosoaled ol the.udeorstanding Ithat he handle to the Oauncil a surrender of tho ease ment whon tho T'ransfer ic hauded to him, Report from ValuIr', re land, corner Church street and Ba rker's roed-Tihe Committee reoommenuds Ihint the Aua tratlnsin Adverjtisie Co. be t tfered £100 for 25 feet to Iarker's road, and 25 foot to Clnrob streat. Letter from ,Melbourne District Nursing Society, re Subscriptioun--Th Committee recommends that the suo of £10 he passed for payment to thia Socit ty. Oattle Insprctor's Report, re Cattle seized-The Committee recommenda that n rewardl of £?5 he offered for in formation lenading to thie conviction of the persons who wrongfully released cnttle placed in the town paddock. Letter from A. Norgrove, regarding Through street Power ward-T'he Committee recommends that the Coun...
REPORT OF JOINT COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
R?EPOIT OF JOINT COMMITTEE The Committlee having conferred with M·. A. Cn'moron,.ohairmau of the PrihIran and Malvers Tramways Trust reg?rding proposed Tramway along Burko road, now reoommeuds:--Thst the Prahbran and Malvern Tramways Trust be'informed that this OCuncil agreces to join in the cunstruction of the proposed Electrio Tram lins in Burke road, from Malvoern rood to Cotham rood, on the terms stated, anld that the necessary steps be taken to give effect to this resolution, and the required guarantee furnished. That the Mayor boe suthorised to arrange for the reception, at the earliest 'oppoirtunity, of a deputation by the Ilounorable the ?liuister for Public Works regaurdiug Council's appliocation for authority to construct a tramway along Bulwood and Cam brirwell roads, anld ithat the Cam. boerwcll Council boe requested to conveone s pecial mueeting, and irrange to join with this Oounoil in the piroposed depulation: tecornmmendatiousa udopted.
How We May "Taste" Electricity. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
Now We May " Taste " Electricity. Tn some forms electricity is invis ihle, while in others it may be sesn. The lightning flash and the electric light are easily seen, but the current itself is really invisible to the eye. The sense of feeling can detect the presenco of the mysterious element, and the sense of hearing many de tect it, and the sense of smell has been known to locate the presence of the wonderful power, but it has just recently been discovered that we can taste electricity. Metals of an opposite nature will, when properly connected, thlrow off a smart current of electricity, ud this may be tasted iby takingl a piece of brighlt, c!lean tin gph~ot the size of a florin, and pIlacing it either ablove the tongue or b)e:ealth it, with a silver piece of equal size on the opposite side. Keep the ouiter edges of the silver and tin apart for a moment, and see if you call detect any taste. Then bring the outer edges of tlhe metals together with one above anl the other beneath thi...
Hawthorn Rifle Club. BARBOUR TROPHY. 14 shots at 600 yards. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
Hawthorn Rifle Club. BARBOUR TROPHY. " 14 shots at 000 yards. R. Smith ... 25 2 67 W. Lee ... 61 3 64 G. Giles 09 5 62 R.Russell 8... ii 61 H. R. Hsnmr ... 59 2 O1 A. asw ... 60 1 6i C. Fitjsimons ... 55 4 59 . Muir 5... 6 58 - Biegs ... 42 14 56 J P. Barnes ... . 41 4 55 - O'Donnell ... 4 a 12 j4 Public Meeting * A messing will be hseld in thse Twn Hall, on Monday Sth, at 8 pin., when public men sill speak on the Defenca Miveasent and veluntrt y duill, and riflie club sot k. A httearty response is exlptcted from itse citizens of Hathosurn.
WOMAN AIR PUPIL KILLED [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
WO.MAN AlI. I'ITlI, RILI Il) rlte fonrth wolaon to lose hIer life in tin naeroplane accident was killed just .recently, Ilnear Versailles, Frallce, with the airman who was teaching hler to fly. mlnie. Rlose A\.nissel was taking her:first lesson in aviation with the nirmllnI BIernard wlhen the accident occurreld. Ixactly what happened is not luite certain, but at about GOlft. 0r 70ft. from tIhe ground aMine. Amissel, was seeni to snatch at'the steerinig nlappratus, andl the aero. Illeale dtashed headlong to the groundl. Ilernardl antil alme. Amissel.. were hreathing when they were picked up, bit a~ L itgn an hour.
Artificial Marble. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
Artificial Marble. The following (says the "Ne!ute Erfindungen und Erfabrungen"') ige directions for making artificiail car Ile :-(1) lurnt gypsum is saturatedl with a solution of lime in alun water, :burnt again, ground finely, or rather pulverised, adding I-I2 by weight of the gypsum of alum : Ind cast in the nmould. These Iar dengrery slowly, but attain the hard Iness and transparency of imarble. tilferent pigments nmay be added to obtain difflerent coloureld marbles. (2) INeces of Iburnt gypsum, the size of a fist, are put for 3 hours in a 12 per cent. solution of alu[n in water of a temlperature of So to lOhdeg. Iahr., burnt again, pull verised, adding 1-1(i powdered ailum, nand lustly worured into mouhls with wsater cnltaining i-16 sal' linllllllne for each part of gypsum. Castings Imade of this comblination liossOsS great hardness and brillianllcy, nllld it may, therefore, be used for line statues.
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
OBITUARY. We regret to record the death of Ex. councillor James Westley, solicitor, who died at his home, 107 Riversdale road, Hawthorn, on Tuesday. Born in Surrey (England), in 1849, he came to Australia three years later. For more than 20 years Mr. Westley was with the old legal firm of Gillott and Snowden, and became managing clerk, He qualified for the bar and was admitted in 1886. With the late Mr. Cleverdon he founded the firm of Clever don andWestley, now Westley and Dale, Mr. Dale being subsequently admitted as a partner. Mr. Westley was a successful pleader in the police courts, but gave most of his attention to the administration work of the office. He was one of the most prominent residents of Hawthorn, where be lived for many years, giving much valuable service as a councillor and in other respects. He was Mayor of Haw thorn in 1889-90, and rave a ball to mark the opening of tlhe present Haw thorn Town Hall, Mr. Westley was actively connected with St. Columb's Church of ...
CRICKET. EASTERN SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. SOUTH AUBURN CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
CRICKET EASTERN SUBURBAN &nbsp; ASSOCIATION. SOUTH AUBURN CRICKET CLUB. A. v St. Johns. South Auburn 70 and 1 for 58 &nbsp; continued batting to the bowling of Allen and Portingale. 4 wickets were down for 71 when Thomas and L. Brown became associated carrying the score to 120 before Thomas was bowled by Allen for a well made 50. S. McWhinney was the next batsman, and &nbsp; with the score at 184 McWhinney was bowled by Portingale for 12. The innings was then declared closed, 7 wickets for 184.The run getters were &nbsp; Leith 36 who was 30 not out from last Saturday. Thomas, 50; Bruce, 16; L. Brown, 16 not out, and S. McWhinney 12. Allen, 4 for 46 and Portingale, 2 for 35, were the best bowlers. St. Johns requiring 219 to win replied with 63. Eyles, 10, being the only double figure scorer. N. McWhinney, 4 for 34; S. McWhinney, 2 for 7; I Brown, 3 for 5 shared the bowling honours. A's play Rathmines road on the south Auburn reserve, next Saturday.