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MINIATURE RANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
MINIATURE R~ANGE. Or. Burton said that the Conucil bad agreTd to set aside an area of lanoud 25 x 40 yards for a miniature range The cost of building rauge would amouot to £225. It was a wise itepI to take, he also thought that somethiug should be done to provide raoges for juniors to practice. He moved a Coal mittee of thre be appointed to con* eider the matter. Seconded by Or. Wood and carried. The Committee to coueist of thebs Mayor, Ore. Burtou anad Mackay.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
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CROPS DON'T NEED HOT SUN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
CROPS DON'T NEED HOT SUrN: Fanrmers will be interested to learn, on the authority of a Frl.'h; scientist, Prof. Muntz, that just ?is good harvests can be expected after a dull summer as after a long spell of sunshine. Prof. Muntz says that the value of the burning orb's rays in helping crops is vastly over-rated, his observations showing that crops Swere just as good after the sum mars of 1910 and 1912, when the skies were gecnerally overcast, as after the urniversally sunny summer of 1911. 'Thl reason for this, Prof. Muntz saos, is that only a moderate quantity of light is ne cessary to assimilate the carbonic acid in the air. In the first experiments with the Diesel oil engine for railhays, the' locomotive of about 1,000 horse power and weighing 85 tons, is of the two-stroke four-cylindler type, the cylindlers herig arranged in pairs Ct an ancle of 90 dh?. Tho'. power is applied to the driving wheels f bs direlt ger.:ing. Air puf ps drivff n s .o an I tnlussii'ary engloe provide r...
PRAHRAN AND MALVERN TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
P?RAHR.'N AND MALVERN : - TRUST. Cr Runissll said that at the last mrueet iug of the iTrust Sunday morning "rams were ;lost by one vote. The Tru.,;liid: oeeu accused of trading with a G.riman firm. He explaiued that it was in connection with a Tudor mnachine purchased from Elder Smith & Co. The company was an English one, but 80 per cent of the sharehol. ders were German That particular company had a supervisor appointed by an English Oourt. The British Admiiralty, P.O. and military autho rities wtire giving them contracts, and tbhe Trust ihought that was good enough for them. Apart from that, the macbino suited them, and they wvere saving time. The matter of operating Rivorsdalo road would be before the Trust on Thursday.
HAWTHORN TRAMWAY TRUST [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
HAWTHORN TRAMWAY TRUST CiGr. Wood reported that st the last meoting of the Treaust, £2330 had been spent: on British madrle rails. The work of the Trust had been hbnmpered by i difficulty in securing freight. It wouldprobably be May before the materiaRralarived. The question of Ihe oonstruotion of the roads was under ,ousideralion at the laestthree meetings A subhcommittee waited on the Sea. retary of the :Prahran and Malvern Trust ,and had a discussion. The result of the interview was saelsfea. tory.
BELGIUM RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
BIELGIUM RELIEF FUNID. Under ordinary business tbohe Mayo~r said they would have noticed in the press of the day, that money for the above fund should be forwarded to the Agent General. Wilthout discussilng the matter further he would more. That the Council donate the sum of £100 to be forwarded to the Agent General, and later they could supple meot this sum if necessary: Or. Mackay, in seconding, said it was gratifying to finud that the money could be eot through a State channtel The fund was a most deeorving one. COr. Ward would support the idea, but would increase the amount to £250 £100 was a very small amount for Hawthorn to give. The MIayor said he would prefer to see the amount given in instalments of £100 monthly, then a lump sum of £250. Or. Russell was in favor of giving as much as possible, Belgiumu had donet well; but, at the same time he thonught the matter shouldl be referred to the Financoial Committee, and he was sure they would recommend as muchb as possible. ' Or. ...
CROWDED TRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
CROWDED TRAMS. Or Sambell roferred to the crowded state of the tram traffle on Saturday afternoonl, between the station aud Glenfortio hill. He said it was im possible for odte conductor to deal with it. Coming back from the Malveru town hall the same state of things prevailed. He thought the Trust should getan extra conductor at nuch times. He hoped their represeultative would give the matter attention. Cr Burton concurred, and said that the traffic was greatly congested. About 25 persons got out at Malvern without paying their fare.
New Band Stand. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
New Band Stand. 'ITle West Hawthorn gardens were orowded lIst night nn the occasion of the opening of a new band stand. Mr M'Pherson, in asking tile Mayor (Cr. E. O. Rigby) to accept the band stand on behalf of tile citicons of Haw thorn, said it was due to the public spirit ofex.Or. L. V. Biggs that tihe structure was erected. He thaokedl lssrs. Koch and Son for having gra" tuitously d3igned the strncture and the Council for the decoration of the stand, cnd the installation of electric light. Great praise was dueto Mr. B. Gore, bandmastcer, and the ha' llirman (Cr Dortou).through whosde eertionoe H-awthorni had :now one of th ' best bandtls in the State. Tile Mayor thanked Mr. M';Pherso for hiis generosity, andl said it was not tile first gift that public-spirited gen t oanI had bestowed ont the city of Ilawtliorln. He trusted other citizens would follow Mr. )4Pherson's example, lod provide band stands for the central gardens anot other reserves. After tihe cereimony a good selecti...
ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
* r ASSAULT. Albert Alex. IHaanes, charged F:rederick Albert Bell "with assaulting him on JanuarY tgth, at V\Tlnlla Ave ntte, Hawrthorn. TIhe parties to the quarrel were brothers-in-law, and were joint occiupiers of a house in tlhe thoroughfare mentionedl. '1he informant, Albert Alex. Hav'nes, stateld that he was a corn ielrci:al trav\eller; alnd hIe and his brother-in-law residled at the same hotue. At about6 p.m. oni the .date of the:a'ssault, informnitnt and his wife 'ame -hliomme. abnd found defendant pickiiig. 'up thei furniture pri6r to re mo\inim it; , Words between them fol lowed, ind hecalled defendant a liar; This occurredtl in the hall. Witless was just opetingt thie front door when he received a crashing blow ont the side of the head which drove him through the side light. -He sustained a s\evere gashl oil the arm and cuts over the head and eyes. He had to pay:' medical expenses, ;ir Is., atnd could not tuse his arm for a week. Euplhemin May Havntes, wife of comltlailnan...
SWAN STREET BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
SWAN STREET BRIDGE. Or Burton suggested that the Cooun oil should wait on Ihe Minist(r ol Publio Worke,and lodge a strong pro. test against the existing state of things. He moved accordingly. Or Sobhworin seconded. Or Sambull supported, and sanid that a new bridge should be built at oncep otherwise there woold be an accident. Or Nolan said the matter was very .argent, and they should fix the dato of the deputation that night. Or Wood-The Tramways T'rust would be willing to contributo £5000. ,'The-motion was carried and arrange. ments for deputation left with the [Mayor.
AUBURN CONFECTIONER COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
AUBIIURN CONFEC'TIONER COMMITTED FOR TRPAL. Constable Munro proceeded against lHugo K. Krischke, a well-known confectioner of Auburn-road, on a charge of wilful and corrupt perjury. The charge was based onl statemenls nmade hy I-irschke on February ?oth, when defending himself against a charge of trading after hours. Sub-lnspector Noble prosecuted, on behalf of the police, and rI. Ridlge swar defended. The following evi dence was adduced : Sub-Ilsptector Noble said that there were four averments.of perjury con tained in evidence tendered by the accused, as follows:--'That the girl Clarke and MecKenzie were not in his shop on Sunday, February 7th; that McKenzie did not pay himnt 3d. in coppers for soft drinks; that he did not sell Mary Clarke confectionery on that day; and that he did not say lie had a torpedo bomb up lis sleeve for Constable Munro. The Sub-In spector said that if they succeeded in an)y one charge it was sufficient in law to prove their case. Edwardt Richard Stalffor...
BURWOOD ROAD TRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
BURWOOD ROAD TRAM. A letter was received from Mr. W J. Wenborn, exprssing his surprise at a statement made that the Counjil had not previously passead a rresalutiou in favor of the Burwood road tranm. The Mayor said oequiries had failed to verify Mr Woeborn's state?e?it. The towu clerk had made a seaorch,and could find nothing to warralt such an assertion. On the motion of Crs Senlmell end Mackay the matter was left with the Mlayor to deal with.
CAMBERWELL POLICE COURT. Friday, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
CAMBERWELL POLICE COURT. Friday, March '2. Before .Messrs. Dillon, Philpott, Tatnall, Duffus, Row, and Gaggin, J's.P. Amy Tantner (alias Taylor) was charged at the instance of Constable Steele with using obscene language in Canterbury Park on Thursday, March tth. iThe evidence givent b the constabrle showedl that the language beggareld dlescription. The prisoner was in n intoxicated condition. The woman, who is a wrell-known offender with a record of about fifty prior con victions, was fined r 5, or three months' imprisonment. An application by a woman named Nellie Roonev to compel Win. Pur cell to contribute Ios. per week to wrards the support of his illegitimate child. was adjourned till next sittings of the court. At the instance of A. Bell, butcher, late of Burke-road. Camberwell, an order was made against D. Spence for -8 4s. 6d.. meat delivered, and costs -'3.2 61.
Hawthorn City Council. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
Hawthorn City Council. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, Present-His Worship the Mayor (Cr. Rigby) in the chair, and Crs Wood, Nolan, Russell, Burton, Ward, Mackay, Sambell, and Schwerin. Leave of absence was granted to Crs. Roche, Lord and Echberg.
Southern Cross Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
Southern Cross Cricket Association. A very successful smoke night in connection with the above association was held at the Hawthorn Hall on Wednesday evening, March 10th. There was an attendance of about 15o, and Mr. Geo. Bird, vice-president of the association, occupied the &nbsp; chair. Numerous representitives &nbsp; from other associations were present. Apologies for non-attendance were received, including those from the Hon. &nbsp; Geo. Swinburne and Mr. McPherson, M.L.A. &nbsp; During the evening a programme of vocal and instrumental items was given, all of the contributants being old members of the association. After the loyal toast had been honoured, Mr. R. Bell proposed the dual toast of the Southern Cross Cricket Association, coupled with the name of the vice-president, Mr. Geo. Bird. The speaker referred to the long connection of Mr. F. Davey with the association (fourteen years). He was their first secretary, and had been so ever since. Mr...
KEW BAPTISTS V. SOUTH AUBURN "A's." [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
KEW BAPT'ISTS V. SOUTH AUBURN "A's." &nbsp; The most important match of the season commences on Saturday, 20th inst., between the above clubs. The Kew Reserve (back of cemetery) has been engaged for the match with a view of giving both teams a good batting wicket. The following team is chosen to represent the Kew Baptists: J. Rimington (capt.), L. Rimington, &nbsp; A. Rimington, C. Paul, D. Jarman, T. Joy, J. Fagan, E. Whitman, &nbsp; &nbsp; S. Morris, H. Whitman, &nbsp; &nbsp; B. Joy. The above players are requested to be on the ground early.
CRICKET. " B " V. KEW. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 19 March 1915
CRICKET. "B" V. KEW. &nbsp; &nbsp; Resuming their innings, Kew. with 6 for r'' against "' B', " total of 86, carried their score to 214 before the innintgs closed. Eakin 31, Francis 29 and Pinniger, with 65 not out, were the principal scorers. The bowling honours were shared between S. Brown 3 for 26 and H. Matthews 2 for 39. With 128 required &nbsp; to save an inning's defeat '" I " responded with 7 wickets for 143. Ihls &nbsp; being defeated on the first inning. H. Lee, with tI. S. 13rown 23. G. Itgle finger 23, ard A. (;ats 16 not out all batted well. ater s especially showing soiund drcelitc. Andclerson. O for &nbsp; 36. was the most successful bowler. GLEE CLUB. A glee night was held Iby .\r. \lat thews at .\lr. \lcKissock'. residence. A very sutettssful evetning resulted, items I'ing give'-tn by .M essrs. Ilolt, IKelly and ntmerous otlthrs. A. \'V. Levinsky. thIt loctr. caus-d much alIusieleilit with his hulllOt rrotts vesetS concerning ...
THE ONE THAT MATTERED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
THE ONE THAT MIATTERED. An enthusiaatic angler fell into the Tay. He was rescued wish some difficulty, and lay apparently uncon scious, surrounded by his rescuers. 'There are sixteen Irules for treat ing the apparently drowned," saidl a gentl~man, hellesly, '"but I can't remember any of them." "Wull," said the half-drowned rain, 'is there wsun at a' boot wlusky ?" "Ye's," was the reply. "Then get tane wairk mnuckle isharrp on that ane," advised the sufferer, "and nivver worr'y aboot the itheer fifteen i" 'lTwo important -ways for a womanll to a';oid disappointment are nc\~vr to fall in love, or put anything it the oson.
Seven Million Miles Yet to be Explored. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
Seven Million Miles Yet to be Explored. .-4---e--- ( (By GARRET'' P. SEIIVISS.) The brave death of Captain Scott, more even than the triumph( of Cap tain Amundsen, has tlrned nmen's minds Lo artls the regions of the earth which have not yet beeln ex plored. Of the Antarctic Continent* .itself :eSry little is known . By 'pushing straight to its centre the, explorers ha'e obtained a better general idea of its nature than the3 could have got by i merely 'studying its icy qut skirts. 'rhere is little douht that it forms a vast table'. land with :a 'greater nmeani clevation than any other large divisiion of the globe.'. The evidlence of tle former exist ence. there of a clinmate capable of ':maintatining formsiof life now found - only in tempcrate, or evers tropical" lands give to that snow-buried con tinent a fascination that will for many generations drawi adventurers to its storm-swept plateaus. But niearer home (to :sy niothing of the surroundings of :the iNorth Pole) there are vast ...