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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
Business Directory. AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE ACGENTS. BATTEN & PERCY, Auctioneer and Estate Agents, 6o Burwood-road, West Hawthorn. Tel. ig, Haw. thorn. R. THOS. CHENOWETH, Real Estate, Insurance and Financial Agent, Sworn Valuer and Business Broker, 543 Glenferrie Road, Glen ferrie. Tel. 324, Haw. HAMILTON AND CO., Land, Estate, and General Commission Agents, ai8 Burke-road, Camber well. Tel. 1519 Haw. E. O. HILL & SON, Auctioneer, Sworn Valuator, Glenferrie Road, adjoining station. Tel. 150, Haw. H. MAXWELL THOMPSON AND SON, Estate Agents and Finan ciers, 64 Auburn-road. Tel. 1u53 Haw. BOOT MERCHANTS. F. H. GOLLAND, Boot and Shot Merchant, 617 Jurwood Road, Auburn. Tel. 1499 Haw. J. GOAD, Practical Bootmaker and Repairer, Estab. ao years, x13 .Auburn Road, Auburn. "P. McKIE, Australian Boot Palace, 403 Burwood Road (2 doors from Glenterrie House). J. C. WATTS, Boot and Shoe Mer chant, cr. Auburn and Burwood SRoads, Auburn. J. LEWIS, Leather and Grindery Merchant, 639 ...
Hawthorn Rifle Club. BARBOUR TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
Hawthorn Rifle Club. BARBOUR TROPHY., This competition was continied on aturdany ast thed conditions being Al t.oog at 200 yards, Although the weather was most un. pleasant there weeas a very fair attend anOce of menmbora, and a keen contest resulted in A. Russell securing tho leg in for Lte trophy. A. Raw,a prsLonus winner, boeiug deducted 1 poit,. Scores were as under-- : , A. hew 200 Hldp T'tl 8. Iasell t'.' ,, .6.." 8 1 68 C"". Fitoi er l1 b 1?'',' 0 9 _O M.lfnire .; :. ... , 8, 62 640 I P B .....s _.: ."J?, o E?.uehaucnai .. .. (. 0 61 ;-insbridge - 41 10 51 ,Carson .. 20 20 40
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
.BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. A very successful theatre party was held at the Glen on Tuesday even ing, March 9th, in aid of the.Belgian Relief Fund. The entertainment was mainly arranged by some prominent Camberwell 'esidents,' who have been vert stuccesftil in selling tickets, overl 600oo having been disposed of. The linncialn result was also satisfactory, a net amount of -,o remaiiing to be handed over to the funds. Caught by the gale on Monday afternoon, the top portion of a two story shop, ait the corner of Auburn road and. Victoria-avenue, Hawthorn. was blown to the ground. The build ing was .eing erected for Messrs. Tre loar and 'Hosking, plumbers. Several men were at work when the crash oc. curretl, and two of them were struck. by falling bricks and timber. Oti' of tho men was removed to the Mel biourne Hospital. 5IR1, THE1.0 TOURItIER tests voioes gralis. r.Tussdty firom 8 till 10 p.m. o 240' Burker's Rd., Glunferrie,
FREE GARDENERS' BENEFIT SOCIETY. HAWTHORN LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
FEE GARDENERS' ]3ENEFIT SOCIETY. HA\YTHORN LODGE. A mealing of the above lodge was behie lat Tuesdayv March gih, at the Hal'wthsors hll. Irother H.1 V. King p·raidd. The butisess as carried ii the u'iul wua. TIle Grind I La itliclker p(i1 their usual cus imit to the Iodge, which the il aorthidfl Girand laster is a TI i raI l Sii'ecretai (is o.t Wmi. sto Is. whoae duits it fills to, hsd th o sl'.eu.r o piresenting to the Lad~ B~ro. A. H. f. Hennett, as rihii W.G. (\lastir of the Order for tihe se-iing yar. Ini his remarks the Griot icrtars iiiformed the 'Lodge thit lIt,. Heniett had done his duty t mber of the executive hdoty, :nd hit a he hit Iberen elected unop pu-I to ihis position, he had the inih oh te diikletbes, for placing him thi hih po wton. Th XX 'i1l I1ro. H. V. King, ii tno Bro. H-eunetr as M1.W.G. bi-r to ilth lolge. and thanked the irans fi' anst Order for asppoint imi tirt 'ii iIs 'lpsa aiid secretary to the ((soit. as head of the Order. Itrt. 'lnItt ritt onltidee, an...
HAWTHORN BRANCH, A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
HAWTHORN BRANCH, A.N.A. Mir . GI. E. Roberts presided o\'er ia lllodtratet attendance at the meet ing oi March ast Members were asked to atlend a meeting in tihe town hall on March 8th, to promote the formationl of a strolig rifle clulb' for Hawthorn. A letter of. thanks was recteivedt from the Mayoress (Mrs. Rigbv) for the sum raised for the Red C(ross branch by the life-saving and swia?utning display on' Febr:Urary ' 7th. ni coinection withl this matter the nsacting passed a vote of thanks to het local swimiiing clubs, the Pipe land. altl itdividuals who .hiad as-. sistdl with the display. Four newr micmbiels were elected, antl a -nhmber of anominations received. 'General ac counts and doctors' and chemists' fees to thile amoutt of .i.l6 t5s i. . were pased for payment, and also. t3 tos. for sick laay. It was announced that a branch team wouild take part in a debate. with Malvern blranch. at Malvern, on March 9th. A team was to hase'lxtfi' aresent from Kewr branch, to-debate withl...
BANDSTAND FOR WEST HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
BANDSTAND FOR WEST HA\V THORN. ,Mr. W. M. McPherson, M.L.A.. has presented to the citizens of I-Haw thorn a handsome bandstand for erec tion in the \West Hawthoris Gardens. and has hanlded ;,s o to certain trus tees (Mr. W. Broad Hall and ex-Cr. L. V. Biggs) to defray the cost of the strutcture. The bandstand is now in course of erection, and will be com pleted this week. The formal opett ing by the MaIyor of Hawthorn (Cr. E. C. Rigby) will take place at a special patriotic band concert on 18th March.
OUR SPORTS GROUND. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
OUR.SPORTS GROUND. ''To the Editor.. Siir,-Can Il thriough the colusm of your valuable paper, draw the at tention of your readers to thie fa:t that the portion required by the rai way commissioners off our present sports grountd will entirely spoil the playing arena. Even at its present size, as a cricketer I have experiencedl the risk of hav'ing several practice wickets in use at the same time, whilst it is widely known that our local football club was hampered consider ably by lack of space, and once ilhl railway department have annexed then little lot, association games will ib out of the question. Residents who gather together for galas, fetes, etc., also have to be considered, and should bestir themselhves to see that our coun cillors make adequate provision else twhere for the future. Rumourl has it that several other sites are suggested, from which to choose a successor to the present posi tion; if that ,be so, ratepaycrs generally shlbukl be advised of what is doing, and giv...
CHRIST CHURCH, HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
CHRIST CHURCH, HAWTHORN. From "Christ Church Chronicle." The annual meeting of parishioners was held in thie School Hall on rsth ,lt. The Vicar, Rev. H. E. Taylor, presided over a fair attendance. The chairman, in his opening remarks, re ferred to the spirit of unity and absence of party feeling which characterised thIe parish during the present trying times, as in past years. He also made brief reference to his report, as printed, amplifying some of the remarks therein contained. Colonel Burston presented the Church \War dens' Report and Statement of Accounts for z9gr4. He mnovedl that they be received and adopted. The motion was secontded by MIr. L. A. Evans, and carried, after Mr. \Wardley had offered some criticism on the expenditure for gas. The Vicar pointed out that in creased contributions had been received from various organisations towards the gas bill. It was decided, on the motion of Messrs. Green and \Vebb that the number of Vestry men be twelve, after which the electio...
The Churches. ST. COLUMB'S CHURCH, HAWTHORN [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
Clh ChurcIes. ST. COLUMB'S CHURCH, HAWTHORN From "St, Columb's Mhonthly Notes." The Annual Meeting of electors was held in the 'School Hall on Monday evening, February 15th. The Vicar presided. After the transaction of the usual business the fol lowing gentlemen were elected to the various offices:---Churchwardens: Messrs. G. Dean, F. G. Hooke, and H. E. Whitney (nominated y the Vicar). Vestry: Messrs. E. T. Cross. J. Chalmers. R. W. Dickinson, Alex. Mit chell, B13. F. Lamb. G. A. Pearse, W. Thorn, W. W. Towns, J. Westley, and Messrs. J. Gibson, W. Tait and H. Warner (nominated by the Vicar). Parochial nominators, Messrs. R. J. Alcock, G. Dean and F. G. Hooke. A resolution was unanimously carried express ing much appreciation of the services rendered to the church by Messrs: H. N. Bainbridge, J. D. Kinvig, W. J. Masters and Dr. Boake. Mr. H. N. Bainbridge has removed to Syd ney, Mr. Kinvig to Dandenonig, and Dr. Boake felt unable to continue on the vestry owing to the pressure of hi...
WALLS DEMOLISHED BY WIND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
WALLS DEMOLISHED BY \VIND. During the gale on Mlonday last, the 8th inst, the wall of a house in course of erection in Auburn-road, was blown down, "and a laborer named Jack Campbell, residing at 123 Wells street, South Melbourne, recei\ved such injuries, as necessitated iis removal to Dr. Mlerrilees' surgery, and was found to be severely cut about the head and face. A fellow laborer es caped unscathed.
Unwilling to Tell. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
Unwilling to Tell. ---+-- Th counltry school teacher haLd onm tolling her scholars about the s,.ons and their peculiarities, and . imtpress the facts upon their oihls she questioned themn upon l po].its she had civen. Several o,.. hal d been piut, and she lin ill reachedl the stupid boy in the i\\lI . llJohnn-," she said, "have ',, Isonl payilg attensiil ?" ":s'on." he anllswered, pirolmptly, "'in glad to hber it. "'os?, can otlt tell ale what there is in the spring ?" "Yes'm, 1 canl; bu. T don't want to." " Oh, yes, you do ! D)on't be afraid. Yolu hioe henard the other schlolars. Ite ail of li aboy nost, and tell us whtil there is in the spring." "I\t'siwy-imut,. there's a frog, an' a liesrd, aii a do.l cat in it; but I dlidnl't put 'c theore. It wuas an uther boy, for 1 see him do it." When thqe *'vlhlic ire thin and weak a iill iel trisattiieat . for s trengtlhninig hitt iS to Inois?ion one of the lingers \ ith lijline, close the eyes etll ru'll Ihle re?ased inger along the edges...
Man Lost Covering of Hair When He Stopped Eating Buds. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
MVan Lost Covering of Hair When He Stopped Eat ing Buds. i -----+- (U, 'lrlRO'. IE. U. I ,tE'tIELD, BE?:. L?N, GERMANY.) Clothing has had little to do with iman a loss .of hairy covering, as ap pea?rs fro. a coIparison of clothed andl.imclottihcL ien in the sime lati tliles. Ilair is a horny growth; Just like ifeathers, wool, nails, hoofs, claws, and horns, crequiring silicious eartli for its fornmation. All anihials with gpia t hlorni dlcvelolpineaL feed upon fiood richi in silicates, , especially grass-for exnauple, hornedl cattle, dleer, elephilnts, who have not only great tusks, but Ilolrn. hiides. Birdls, which require IIa large amount of silicaItes for their dietary by eating sand ond gravel. Tlie wonderful di gestivire power of the fowl's giz-?rd is well known. Italian investiga tors have found masive gluss balls crushed to powder ii the giazards of fowrls. Sipaliumani experimented witll a turkey-cock, feeding him with twele sharpil steel points in an elnec tulory, or cake,,a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
FROOTOIDS Cure Headache, Indigestion, Conslipation, tilld Biliousneuoss. soO Tile Immbese number of orders for Frootoids, setl by post direct to the Pro iriotor, is convincing proof that the Poblie approciato their splendid curing power over the above-named complaints. they are elegant in appeorance, pliosant to take, and, what is of tile utnlmost ice portance, thioroughly reliable in affording quick relief. jlrootod are immensely more valu able than an ordinary aperient, in so far thalt they niot only act as aln operient, but do remd'ro from tile blood, tissues, and internal organs; waste poisonous matter Ilthat is clogging them and choking tihe clannels that lodd to and from them. Thoe boieficial etffects of Frootoids are evident at opec by the disappearance of headaheeo,tbe head becoming clear, and a Ibright, cheery sense of perfect health taking tlhe place of sluggish, depressed feelings, by tihe liver acting properly, and by thle food being properly digested Frootoids are tile ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
IFF This is No. 77 Auburn Road You will find it next the Statio. 'Tie hers yoo will moot with a Good Class of IY)E~A.PEJREY at Moderate Prices. New Goods Come and GO. o0 wil always find L ne. :you want-Good you mlt: bas, at. prices that will pleaoe. Kindly patroniee Your Auburn Draper .... . ` ? ii! ? !i C F?LLITA. AFFIN, he will do his beot to please nod servo you at his grand little shop, at This is No. 77 Auburn Roade. You will fnda it next the 8tation. 'lTis here you will meet with a Good Glass ol DRI?A.?_?_' at Mroderate Prices. ?Tew Goods Come. &rid 1o. Yon will always find Lines you want--Goods you must have. at prices thiat will please. K~indly patronise Tour Antburn ?Draper- T;II L LI C _?r F F I I?I, he will do his best to please and serve you at his grand little shop,'at 77 Auburn Road, with pleasure, SNATHERLEY& HORSFALL 361-363 BURWOOD RD. Hawthorn. Tel. 421HBaw. HOUSE Haw Importers DECORATORS Importers or or Paints Oils, Mount Boards, and Varnishes, V P...
CRICKET. SOUTH AUBURN A v. RATHMINES ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 March 1915
CRICKET SOUTH AUBURN A v. RATHMINES ROAD. &nbsp; This match was played at the South Auburn Reserve, and resulted in a win for A's, by innings and 26. A's, winning the toss, sent in Rathmines Road to bat, to the bowling of Pullen and S. McWhinney, the whole side being out for 22. Sundries accounted for 15 in this score. The bowling was shared by the opening bowlers, Pullen getting 5 for 5, and S. McWhinney, 3 for 2. South commenced their innings with Leith and &nbsp; Clamp, to the bowling of Kirkwood and Rile)y. After Leith scoring 6, was bowled - 1 for 18. Walker joined Clanp; the score was carried to 35 when Clamp was bowled for I8. N McWhinney took the vacant &nbsp; crease, and the bowlers had a bad time, until Walker was caught, after scoring 35 - 3 for 88. With the score at 4 for 104, the innings closed, N. McW'hinney 28 not out. With 83 to save an innings defeat, Rathmines Road could only manage 56 - Edmund 13, and Hurst 13 not out. &nbsp; Pullen...
SINGULAR ACCIDENT AT CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
SINGULAR ACCIDENT AT OANTERBURY. An utnusual accident happened re 'centlr. to a carter in the employ of Mr. J: Reedman, baker, of Canter bury-road. The man was engaged in his daily avocation of delivering bread, and had left his carit to serve a customer inl Margaret-street, leaving the wheel securely chained. A butcher boy who passed along tie same thoroughfare thrashedr his horse and caused Keedman'shserse to bolt. The animal, in its flight, drew the cart against a telephonle pole, breaking the spring lock arid chain. A gentle man iving at' the corner of Margaret street nid Canterbur\ road vainly at tempted to arrest the runawac, which holted wsith idraiminished speecl int6 tie doorwa\i ofa dlairy produce shop, collapsinsg on the step. Strange to sav I.the animal escaped ahlmost tiun scathed, but tlihe b \heels had to be' takehi off the cari before it was-pos sible-. to estricateL the vehicle from I under the veraildah.J':
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
OBITUARY. Mr. Jabez Gibson Turton, a well kilow\l city business man, and a re spected resident of 'Hawthorn, was killed on Saturday; r3th inst., through bediig run over by his own motor c?i outside the Melbourne Bowling Club's green at Windsor. 'sr. ITurtsen. whso wans 62 )'ears of age, was a member of the Massey. Harris lirmn of implement makers, Botirke-street. He resildedl at " \\au bunola' Rliversdale-road, H-awthorn, a-ld was all old and esteemedl onfficer of the \Auburn Mlethodist Chutrch. I arly on Saturday ;afternoon Mr. lTurton and hlis wife dlrove over in tihe car to the bowling and croquet greens in Union-street. Windsor, in order to play croquet. After they had seated themselves for the return journe.y at 7.15 p.m., Mr. Ttrtont found that the engine would not respond, and it was necessary for hili to crallk the motor again. Tbhough an experienced and careful driver, hie evidently over looked to see that the clutch was out of action, because as soon as he turned thle cran...