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BURWOOD ROAD TRAM [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 5 March 1915
BURWOOD ROAD TRAM A large deputatioln, consisting of Messrs Bisgrove, A. and I. Dempstcer, C. Ellis, Clisol ', Fone, Giles, R W.E. Hooks, Holder, Beament, Thomas, Pagram, J. Russell, Fleming, Lyons, Peachey, Rigg, Knox. Owen.Pridmore, Whitney, Watt and Wenborn advoca ting the immediate construction of the Burwood road tram, waited upon the Council. Crs .M'Beath and Bowley were also present. Mr W. J. Weonboro said be was glad to hear that the Burwood road line was to be reconsidered. If that were left out the principal artery of the city would be cut off Already there were signs of stagnation in Burwood road, two modern fronted shops had been to let for 18 months One of the rea sons for this was that there were no facilities provided by trams He trusted &nbsp; that during the Mayor's year of office the question of a tram for Burwood road will be satisfactorily settled. MrJ. Dempster said it was perfectly clear that a promise was made by Cam berwell council if they got the Bur...
WHERE TO SPEND YOUR HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
WHERE TO SPEND YOUR HOLIDAYS. At this seaaon of the year the uni rersal question, " Where shall we go to spend a pleasant holidarP'" There are many places where this can be done, but one place in particular may be cited u being under the ciroum stances, particularly desirable. This is " Weastella," House at Borrento, mid way between the two besohes and an ideal spot for thermen and others fond of sport. This establishment is pre sided over by Mrs. A. L. (OkLer, the proprietrsm, who provides her patrons with splendid accommodation combined with a first-class table, end, what is of still more importance, very moderate charges. If any of our readers re still undecided where to go for a pleasant holiday, they cannot do better than make immediate epplication to Mrs. Onker. Sorrento is reaohbed by a de lightal trip of 21 houb s ares he yI
SHOULD AUSTRALIA'S HALFMILLION BACHELORS BE TAXED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
SHOULD AUSTRALIA'S HALF MILLION BACHELORS BE TAXED. In ordinary times the BachelorTax is a joke to be fired off at smoke nights and aewing-mineetilgs; but it appears to be a very serious problem just now, for MIr. J. B13. Sharpe, Federal Member for Oxley, tells "Everylady's Journay " for Mlarch (just issued) that he intends bringing a Bill before Parliament for the pur pose of imposing a tax on Australia's half-million bachelors. Following up the receipt of this information, " Everylady's Journal " invited a .number of prominent men to offer opinions upon the right or wrong of such a tax.. Lord Mayor' Sir David Hennessy says that bachelors ought to be taxed, and that he has always advocated a bachelor tax in season and out. Mir. Carmichael, Miinister of Public In struction in New South Wales, says that there are better ways, both of raising revenue and of getting our young men married off " The girls," says Mr. Carmichael, "have the remedy in their own hands. They have the -vote-s-e...
UNDER TWO FLAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
UNDE, T'WO FLAGS. Another week of crowded audiences at the Princess, when a revival of the dramatnised version of Ouic~''s popu lar work, " Under Two Flags;" was piroduced, Mr. George Cross, the well knoswn actor, sustained the leading role of the dliscarded Englishman Bertie Cecil. Rozellieu, who proves himnself, however. a hero, fighting for -the Freisch in Algiers. This is a character that suits Mr. Cross in every wat. Thie romantic and patlhe tic sivandere, " Cigarette,'! who sac rilices her life for love, was uinder taken by Miss Vera Remee, and sihe Salso did full justice to a difficult char acter. The imtpersonation of Princess Corona was in the caspalle hands of Miss Jean Robertson, and the remain der of a very long caste helped to give a faithful ifterpretation of .Ouida's most interestisig story. Tlhe tuouit ing and scenery of the play was quite up to the \\'illouglib" standardi, but ".Unider Two'Flags ' deservesi and could easily commantd, a longer run than sevent u ights...
CAMBERWELL POLICE COURT. Friday, March 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
CAMBERWELL POLICE COURT. Friday, March 5th. Before Messrs. Cohen, P.M., Dil lon, Gaggin, Row, Hattam and Tat nail, J's.P. A PLAGUE SPOT. William McClure; dairyman, resid ing at the corner of- Whitehorse and Union roads, Surrey Hills, was charged, under. section 2a6" of the -IHealth Act, with insufficiently burying a horse, thereby causing a dangerous menace to publichliealth. Jabez Gunner, council's inspector, gave evidence that he called at de: fendlant's premises on Tuesday, Feb ruary 23rid. He found in a shallow waterhole a quantity'of earth, and the carcase of a horse protruding, the odour from which was very bad. He complained of- the smell to defen dant, and told him to bury the animal deeper. Witness revisited the pre mises on 26th inst, accompanied by Edward McConville, assistant inspec tor. Some attempt had been made to carry out instriections, but the nui sance was still very bad. He then told defendant to burn the carcase; and informed the health oflicer. Dr. Basil Kelvin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
GUARDIAN Assurance Company Limited FIRE. ,PERSONAL ACCIDENT. OIrop, .~zr Stook, Employer's and Stack .. Liability. Insurances . Workmen's -?. sWoken's Speciality. : COIjioRsatioo Fidelity Public G u a r a n te ec , '"--L 4 -" .is k . Plate Glass. _ Motor Car Assets Exceed Six and a Half Millions, CHIEF AUSTRALIAN OFFICE: 452 Collins Street, Melbourne. SHARRIS ON 91 BE?WOOD ROAD * H RISON, ~Hawthorn West. For COMPETITI\VE PRICES and FIRST-RATE VALISES. Thle Most Up-to-date Stock of ARTISTIC WALL PAPERS IN MELBOURNE. Estimates for House Paintio ard Repairs Free of Clhaage. J. HARRISON, Importer, Phone 220 91 Burwood Rd., West Hawthorn. totor Bus a d Horse Tams sn o )at the Door. Estabiishled ISSI. N WBURY Cash Draper, 184 Burke Road, Camberwell (NEXT SAVINGS BANK). We are Noted for Uniform Sterling Value. You may depend on Good Quality in Underclothing, Hosiery, Calicoes and Flannels, at reasonable prices. This may be proved by a purchase, so do not leave the District for Drapery unti...
KEW POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
.lw' PiOLTsCI:COURT. ' :For some little time past business at thie Kew police court lhsi been of a limited nature. Wednesday last, the roth inst., was rio exception to the- rule; a few debt and wander ing cattle cases being all that were set down for hearing. The justices on the bench were-Dr. Cole, .P.M., the Mayor (Cr.,- Rattan), Coloiel Broadribb, and Mr. Jellisi, J'as.P ::
Belgian Flag Day. Friday, 26th March. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
Belgian Flag Day. Friday, 26th March. 'The proposal of the Lady *Mayoress (Lady Hennessy) to hold a " Flag Das' " in Melbourne and throughout Victoria in aid of the Belgian Re lief Fund is being enthusiastically taken up in city, suburb and shire. A very large meeting of ladies was held in the Tosn Hall, wchen an in fluential executive committee sas ap pointed, and it was decided to fix on Friday. 26th March, as the most suit able date to be observed. The Lady Mayoress, who presided. explained that it asas her intention to communicate with all the mtyoresses in Victoria, so that Flag Day" would be celebrated in esery centre and every country district ott the same day as i asas being obserred in Mel bourne. The Lord Mayor stated that during the last tselve tlays os-er £40,000 had been contribsted to the Belgian Relief Fund. Contributions ntoss total £66,859. He sias sure that Melbourne siould hase the co-operation of the whole State in this " Flag Day " pro. posal, and taking Wattle ...
EARLIER CLOSING OF HOTELS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
EARl IER CLOSING OF , HOTELS. :At tlhe last mneeting of the Hope of Camberwell Tent; T.O.R., the fol loving resolution was utnanimouslj . caried :-" That the members of this Tenlt lin meetinlg- assembled, hereby eixpress profound disappointment and indignation at the decision of the State Ministry, in refusing to accede to the wishes bf the two large, and re presnitative deputations which waited upon the Premier, and requested, In the interests of our soldiers now in traifnilg, that there should, during the time of the wa?'r,' bs earlier closing of hotels.
RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
RED CROSS SOCIETY. The .Mayoress of Hawthorn (Mrs. i. C. Rigb)," as president of the local btranch of the Red Cross Societv, has forwarded to Federal Governme;lt IHouse, a further consigtment of S28 packagi,, containing the following ar ticles :-2o83 handkerchliefs, 64 mtluffler,. jo pairs of socks, 7o mit tn.s, 3 pairts of bed socks, 3o cape, to cholera belts. a7 bandages, u6 pil Ires cases, 300 face washers, 142 car digans, 16I cushions, 3 towel.s, 7 ,hirts. I quiltr 3 parcels of old linten, Spair crutches, I syphon, 3 feeding ctlps. \Vorkers are notified that material ican be obtained from the Hawthorn '.oit,\i Hall .on Wednesday after noons, tfrom 3 to 5 p.tm.; Adams' Hall. Hultke-road (ntear station), Tues idav aftlerllool from 2 to 5 p.m., and lMrs. Hiegg's residence, I24 Power street. 'IThle committee is organisilng a thorouglh canvass of the district, with a view to securing promises of pieriodical subscriptions towards tlhe work. anid lhas sevelal other local imotments well...
KEEPING ABREAST OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
KEEl'bING' ABREAST OF THE WAR. " Life," the popular Australasianlt mlagazine, continues to provide a more comprehensive viewc of the progress of I the war than aty magazine we know. I The current (.\March) issue, for ex ample, contains, in three sections, a masterly summnary of the fighting of the month, by Dr. Fitchettr, in which that brilliant writer describes the war fare in the tretches, the battles on the seas. and, linally, indicates in which direction the stream is running. To supplement this main statementt of the position of the rival forces which, with its illustrations, occupies about one-fourth of the total issue of' " Life," there are scores of artifles, pictures, stories, and " explanations," so thate olle feels after reading " Life," that hie is keeping well abreast of the progress of the tremen dous struggle. Conspicuous among " Life's " spe cial articles are the following: "Sniapshots of the Australian altll New Zealand Forces in Egypt," by a special correspondent; ...
Rifle Club and Voluntary Drill Movement. Monster Meeting. Over 100 New Members join Hawthorn Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
Rifle Club and Volun= tary Drill Movement. Monster Meeting. Over 100 New Members join Hawthorn Rifle Club. A largely nttended and enthusiistic: mneeting of citizens w'as held in the Heawthorn Towne it Hall on :Mlolda)y evening to stimulate interest in the rife club amd voluntary drill move ment : The hall wasi siuitibly deco-: rated with tflags of the Allied nations. His. Worship the Ma'ior (Cr. 1E. C. Rigby) occupied the chair, and asso: clated With him on the platforiil' were Sir Robert Best. and ,Mr. Sampson, IM's.HR., the Hon.: J:K. Merritt; M. L C., Mr. McPherson, M. L A., .MIr. Swinburne, president of the local rifle club; Mr. Hamer the Mayor of Kew, and the members of tlhe 'HAw thorn City Council. Proceedings were openedl by ihe Singing of the National Antthem. -'The Mayor (Gr. Rigby); in:openiiig the proceedings, expressed his-s pride aind pleasure'at presiding over a meet ing called to consider one of the great est questions at this time. He had pleasure in weelcbming Mr. S...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
OBITUARY. 'lhe death occurredl on 5th inst., at his residesice, Xlalvern-road, East Malvern, of Rev. Arthur William Creswell, a well-known figure in the Anglicanl Church, in his 76th year. Deceased was for 39 years vicar of St. Jolhn's Church: Camberwell, and from t905 to s9gi he officiated as rural dean of Hawthorn. He was born at Worcester, Englantd, and ar rived ill Australia jwith his parents in 185t. His career in the Anglican ministry, from which he retired about three years ago, rwas a long and con splicuous one.. Deceased leaves a widow and a grown-up family of three sons and four daughters. 'IThe funeral, whichl took place.on Saturday, in thIe Boroondara Ceme tery, was attenlded by many promient Anglican clergy antd laymen. Rev. L. Vnsce cotdlucted a short service at deceased's residence, and ai memorial service was then held in St. John's Churchl, Burke-road, Camberwell, at which Archbishop Clarke ofliciated, assisted by Revs. J. Cheong and A. Lt.aw. At the graveside Rev. ...
HAWTHORN CITY COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
HAWTHORN CITY COURT. I TUESDAY, MARCH 9lh. Before the Mayor (Cr. Rigby), and Mlssrs. Duffus, \'allis, Gaggin, and Rochc, J' .P. . WRONG SIDE. Percy Gyles, a motor-cyclist, who ras chinrged writh: riding oilthe wrong side ,of Buritood-road, on Flebruary ?it-d, lideaded l guilty, but said lhe thought the offence was a trifling one. He adnlitted knowing thit rule of the road.- - 1 The' Iich, in fining defendant ,r,' saidtthev were determined to suplpress practicesiof the kind. .Veidicts wet'e recbvered by \Wim. Vernon. baker, of Blurwood-road, in the following cises against BI. Far gie,. ir- 8s. 3d. ,ind Mrs. A. Banks, £3 3s. id. H. -W. Stephens, grocer, \Villiam- sfeet, proceeded sgainst Theodore Morris for ,£9 7s. 3d: for goods sold anud delivered; Plaintiff said that ldorris never disputed the:debt when seen about the matter. Defendant (impressively) : Did I not. tell you you had no right to give my wdife:creidit? . : Witndes:t Yes. .VWell, slwhy did. o i sallows her to run -up. a b...
33rd BATTALION SENIOR CADETS. To the Editor "Citizen." [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
33rd BATTAL1ON SENIOR CADETS. To the Editor ' Citizen.." Dear Sir,--Theofficers of the 53rd Battalion Senior Cadets are desirods of organising occasional week-end or holiday camps for the purpose of as sistilig to make the training of the cadet interesting and attractive. The expeinditure entailed by the camps is borne by the officers alid cadets;who attend (supplemented by any :dona tions that synmpathisers may dcare to make for this specific purpose), but the organisers are hampered by the want of tents and general camp equip ment (which the Defence Department are unable to supply); and for this purpose have decided to make an ap Ixeal to the public of the battalion area ---Hawthorn, Kew, Fairfield, and Heidelberg. Provision is not made by the De fence authorities for senior cadets going into camp, and the camps which are contemplated are quite apart from the aisual training prescribed by the Defence Act and Regulations, but dis cipline on military lines is observed thereat.. . On...
FRATERNITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
FRATERNITIE8. The following local friendly socie ties meet fortnightly in the Hawthorn Hall, Burwood-road. The secretary's name and address is given under each. Grand United Order of Oddfel lows, James Riddell Lodge.-Secre tary: P. McKie, 291 Burwood-road, Glenferrie. Grand United Order of Free Gar deners, Hawthorn Lodge.--Secre tary: A. H. Henmett, 8a Roeubery street, Aul:usa. Independent Order of. Rechabites, Hawthorn Tents, Senior and Junior. -Secretary: R. Batten, iS Stanley avenue, Auburn. Independent Order of Oddfellows, Loyal Hawthorn Lodge.-Secretary: R. H. Hammett, 27 Liddiard-street, Glenferrie. Hibernian Australasian Catholic Benefit Society, St. Joseph's Branch. -Secretary: E. F. Williams, " Car mel," 57 Grove-road, Hawthorn. Sons and Daughters of Temperance, Hawthorn Division, Senior and Junior.-Secretary: Jos. Watt, Chau. eer-crescent, Canterbury. Protestant Alliance Friendly So ciety, Loyal Glenferrie Lodge.-Sec retary: John Aldred, 6 Tooronga-rd., Auburn. Ancient Ord...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
Business Notices. Dining Rooms •. A . -..T " E BT 14 1.T T. 8-Course Dinner, 12 to 2. Cold Luncheons. Afternoon Tea. Fresh Pastry Confectionery Aerated Drinks BOARD and RESIDENCE. Mrs. PETTIGROVE, Proprietress. 615 Burwood Rd., Auburn. Tel. 1910j Hawthorn, TEL. 1357 HAWTHORN. Camberwell Motor Garage J. Mc MILLAN, Proprietor. 150 BURKE ROAD. ELECTRICAL and MOTOR ENGINEERS. Electrician always on the Premises. P ai and Touring Cars on Hire. Day and Night Service Overhauling and repairs of every Description. Advance Engine Works • rear 23 Kingsley Street, East Camberwell. LANCFORD and JOHNSTONE, ENGINEERS and MACHINISTS DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES SUBMITTED. Repairs to any make of Gas, Oil or Steam Engines, Portable, Marine or Stationary. Refrigerating and Electrical Machinery. Cars, Motor Cycles, and Magnetos, Overhauled and Repaired. Pumps and Irrigating Plants Built to Order Machinery Erected. 'Phone Canty 791. r~~ ,Thi? Copper is stronglymad and is ofl 12 gallone capacoity. ? It will boil...
HOME BUILDING HINTS WITHOUT DEPOSIT. A Unique Opportunity Presents Itself [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
HOME BUILDING HINTS WITH. OUT DEPOSIT. A Unique Opportunity Presents 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 workmati ship. Land is accepted as security, and the terms are exceptionally easy your repayments include interest and princip-I, and are no more than what is paid as ordinary rer' 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 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 Cinemploy 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 built ...
LADIES' LODGES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
LADIES' LODGES. Australt;an WVomen's Association, Hawthorn Branch-Secretary: Miss Alice Burton, t42 Burwood road, Hawthorn. Protestant Alliance Friendly Society, Loyal Carnation Lodge. Secretary: Miss Aldred, 6 Tooronga. road, Aubsrn. Ancient Order of Foresters, Court Auburn.-Secretary:. Miss M. A. Price, 36 Auburn-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 Indge of Freemasons-H. G. Garnham, Secretary, 27 Lisson-grove, Hawthorn. Meets every second Tues day in Hawthorn Town Hall.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
FO, SALE-Onsli Bo, Lodger, and Journl. Full size. Woll bound. AII "ond condition. Oofer wiuted. Apply "Oiizou" Office, Hawthorn.. You are requested to become a sub scribed to the "Citizen." A postal osb for 5s. will pay for one year's ubcription post free. Published "e. Friday at 438 Burwood-road, -aowthorn, Melbourne. Our Soldiers Want More EZam-Burk. Remarkable Letters from thd Trencles. Letters received from the firing line in France and Belgium prove how indis pensable Zam.Buk is to our gallant soldiers, not only for mending the cuts and bruises incidental to the hard life in the trenches, but also for healing their sore feet afterlong marches, and prevent ing frost-bite and rheumatism. Lance-Corporal J. P. Delaney, a Dis tinguished Conduct MIedallist, of the2nd Royal Irish Regt., in a letter dated November24th, says:-" A pot of Zam Buk out here is like a loaf of bread to a starving man On the retreat from Mous we had a fosced.march of 37 miles, and not a man who used Zam Buk on...