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UNLAWFULLY USING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
UNLAWFULLY USING. Constable Dunn proceeded against Jos. Ramsdale for the unlawful use of a horse and vehicle, the property of Levy Bros., merchants, of Flin ders-lane. Ed:dward J. O'Connor, commercial traveller, residing at Tennyson-street, Elsternwick, said that on Monday, the s5th inst., he was at Victoria street, Fitzroy, and left his horse and buggy while he called at a store. He was inside for about fifteen minutes, and when he came out he found the animal and trap had disappeared. He immediately, informed the Fitzroy police. He had not given the pri soner permission to use the turnout. Constable Dunn said that he saw the prisoner driving the horse and vehicle near the Tower Hotel, at 4.·5 on the 15th inst. Witness questioned him, and, as he could give no satis factory account as to how he came to have possession, he placed him un der arrest. The trap and horse were subsequently claimed by Levy Bros., and were valued at £5o. Prisoner pleaded strongly for leniency, and said it w...
RAILWAY CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
RAILWAY CASES. John W. Tabe pleaded guilty to travelling without a ticket between Glenferrie and Auburn. Evidence was.given by Checker T. J. Maloney, who said the defendant was a pas senger by the 6..5 a.m. down train. The offence was somewhat accentu ated by defendant giving his wrong name and address. In his statement, defendant said that he was in a hurry, and was un able to get .a ticket in time at thb starting station (Caulfield), and meant to pay at his destination. This was contradicted by Mr. Borsum, on be half of the station master, who had been in the office all the morning. The bench took a severe view of the case and inflicted a fine of 4os., and costs 7s. 6d.
HAWTHORN CITY COURT. NOISY MOTOR BIKES [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
HAWTHORN CITY COURT. NOISY MOTOR BIKES Stanley Mi. Green was proceeded against for not having an effective silencer on his motor bike. Police evidence was given that on the 21st February, at about so.5 a.m.; de fendant was riding his motor bike in Glenferrie-road, and the exhaust was emitting a very loud noise, which could be heard half a mile away. Defendant pleaded that he had ridden the same bicycle for months, and no previous action had .been taken. He was fined aos. A. McFarland was charged with .the same offence also on February 25, and in Glenferrie-road. Defendant, in admitting guilt, pleaded that he was a first offender. A similar penalty was exacted. Constable WVest proceeded against WVm. -Hughes, on the dual charge of having no licence to drive a motor cycle, and not having an effective silencer. Sub-Inspector Noble spoke of the former charge as a very serious one. The defendant was caught in Glenferrie-road on the night of March 3rd. For having no licence, accused was fi...
A Face Glove. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
A Pace Glove. th weapons of torture belonging to th set table, while not as numerous t5 they were, are by no means extilcet. That there is a positive demand for theml Is shown in the growing industry of a toilot mask factory. In Nell Gwynu's time the beauties on tile boards and in the stalls buckled their faces in a plaster mask and went to bed to perspire away their defects as long as they could with out getting suffocated or a wink of sleep. Now a face glove has been designed, which leaves the mouth, nose and e0el uncovered, but fits tlsc face like an extra piece of epidermis and is held il pilace by elastic bands that reach about the head. The lining is treated withl cshemicals that dreaw like an old fashlion mustard plastel and, if given suficient tises, is warranted to draw up freckles, t,l?clshlcs and kindrei blemishes, roots and all. 'IThle wearer is Idvised to put on the glove during the day. MIoare benefits are claimed for :thi : torturous implemeunt than hav' -bo ' proved....
NOTHING TO SMILE AT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
NOTHING TO SMIalE AT. A Sydneyite was telling funny stories to a party of commnercial men in the Melbourne Express. An old Scotsman, sitring ill aI cor nor seat, apparently took not the smal lest anolie, and uo matter how loud the laughter, went on quietly reading the paper. Thio exasperated the story-teller until at last hlie said : "I think that it would take an ilnch nuger to put n joke into a Scotsman's head." A voice from behind the paper re. plied : "Ay, man, but it wid need -ta hau a finer poinlt than any o' yer stories, A'm thinking 1"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
GUARDIAN Assurance Company Limited FIRE. PERSONAL . . op, ACCIDENT. Orop, i": - .Stool ?;,?? .Stook, * Employer's tad k Liability. Stack k Insurances kne '', ,.,n.rk...'s Speciality. O rlll e~llSi ol Fidelity P.b Guarantee. ~ cl~~ Plate Glass. MotIor Car Assets Exceed Six and a Half Milions. CHIEF AUSTRALIAN OFFICE: 452 Coilits Street, ieTlbourne. I T Q 91 I3UWOOD RIOAD Um. lilRm i~ ~ -a"Hp0b awthorn Wesct. For COMP\ I t'IIVlEI Plt II.h. ani FILLSr-ILA lE VALUES. The Most Un t,:- ' Sto,,k uf- ARTISTIC WALL PAPERS IN .MELBOUIRNE. E* timntes fr House Painting an.d Repairs Fre e 0of Charge. J~ HARRISON, Importer, Phone 220 91 "hurwood Ecid., West Hawthorn. 1\Iotor B.s a d H rise Tona s stop at . i. I ').. E gI jistl is881. Oash Draper', 184 Burke Road, Camberwell (NEXT SAVINGS BANK). We are Noted for Uniform Sterling Value. You may depend on Good Quality ini Underclothiing Hiosiery, Calicoes and Flanunels, at reasonable prices. This may be proved by a, purchase, so do not leave the Dis...
"Camille" at the Princess. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
" Camille" at the Princess. Whou Alexandre Dumnas, the greatest of French historians launched his won derful creation "Cnamille" to the reading public of Flrance. they "would have none of him" he was hounded out of society and stigmnatised a moral leper. The fact was the world was not ready for him;,25 years ago thle truisms his work contained, hit too hard, today thronghout thle world, the civilised world at least tile power of his pen is recognisod and accepted and had he lived he would find the child of his oreation "COamille" dramatised and acted on the stage of thle theatres of the world. Mr. George Willoughby will pres. eont thies inmnmortal emotional drama at the Princess tomorrow night and during the week, and tile usanagement can feel quite assured that with the excellent company they have at their comnand, a oontinue ance of tile buumper houses that haver hitherto followed all their produotions.
Belgian Flag Day. HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
Belgian Flag Day. HAWTHORN. Belgian Flag Day whichis being observed throughout Melbourne and suburbs to-day, gives every promise of being a successful function', So far as Hawthorn?:js conceriied; very complete prePIatitions have been made. The 'Mayoress, Mrs. E. C. Rigby, is at the head of' .a very capable staff of, 'assistaiits. A thorough hiouse .to. hotise canvass will be made, a!d the different dis tricts allotted. -The municipality has been divided into sixteen sec tions; .'each contiolled iby 'a lady superintendent, who .in turn -is at the head of an efficient body of workers; the ladies expect to reap a rich harvest..Principal centres will be the town hall and railway sta tion. Afternoon tea will be provi ded by volunteers.
CAMBERWELL CITY COURT. Friday, March 19th. Before Messrs. Dillon & Bowley, Js'P. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
CAMBERWELL CITY COURT. Friday, March 19th. Betfore Messrs. Dillon & Bowley,Js'P Railway cases prcdominated at thle sittiega of this Oi urt on Friday Ihst, four ceoa sof attempting to evade the traffle r gulhtions -being befto the Bo,,olr. Beach. Label Klly plended guilty to tra velling on a second class ticket in a firsat leas ci?r; : hecker Thorpe said the excuse given by defetidant was that she got in at Flindoers street by mistake, and 'weat to sleep, otherwise she would have changed at an intermediate sta tioue. A penalty of 10 and 7s 6d costs wasn imposed. Two cascs of atllemptiog to! pass lhe barrier at East Cam eiwoel with out !ickets on Feb 11 weor brought ogalist Salli Lees and Alice Burrell at the instance of Ed. Theeos. Live, in chtarge of the wicket at that statlion. Robth defeudauts avorted they had tickets thrtough to Burwood,but failed t, praduoe them. A flue of 20e. and s, cost.i t each cise was inflioted. Olricc \Veller, tihe last of tlhe quar. tette,who att...
CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
CAMBERWELL. At Camnberwellthe principal sta tions will be at Camberwell town hIall; bowling pavilion, East Canm berwell; Canterbury. anid Surrey Hills stations. At tliese places the ladies will be busy fromn 7 a.mn. to 7 pi.m. selling flags. Afternoon tea will be provided at the East Camnberwell bowling, club pavilion, which has been generously lent by the club for the occasion. A very successful sacred choral service was held in the Canterbury Congregational Church in aid of the Belgian relief fund oni Monday evening. The building was crowded, and the pastor, Rev. A. Roberts presided. The evening's programme was divided into two parts, the first consisting of vocal solos and duets rendered by the following ladies and gentlemen :---?Miss Reba Rangan, Messrs. Kiiber, Riddell, and Jno. Danks. Stainer's well-known can tata, "The Crucifixion," occupied the whole of the second part, the principals being Messrs. Kimber and Riddell. Mr. Percy Nichols conductedandl MisseMargaret W\are as or...
"B" V. JAMES RIDDELL LODGE [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
"BI? V. JAM??EI RIDDELL LODGE ,B " batted first and were all oat for 52, Roy!ey with 19 n.o. being the principal scorer. Constable, 5 for 12, WV. Skinner 3 for 19, James Riddell, replied with 135, G. 8kiuner, 32, W. Skinner, 28 J. Lord 2 and J. Levy 16, all bhatted well. L Slytho 3 for 31, IugleRnlger 3 for 31, Gates 3 for 10 b~wled well. T'his match will be oon oludod uext Saturday. Owiug to theIo DeftInce Departmoat commandeering ail th|e Woollen Mills in Australia--Blanukets, Flannels and Wool.knitted tral Hose will be very scarce. But don't worry. Your Auburn Draper has a lovely lot, all at last soason's price. We advise you to buy early.
THE PATRIOTIC FUND. Red Cross Work. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
THE PATRIOTIC FUND. Red Cross Work. Misses Cooper and Druce, hon. secretaries of the garden fete held at' Widford,"Auburn road,Auburn on Saturday, 13th inst., in aid of the Hawthorn Red Cross Fund, announce that the net profit realised is £226. The Auburn centre of the Haw thorn branch meets Continuously at Adams' Hall, Burke road, Upper Hawthorn, for distribution of mate rial. Sewing will be continued every Tuesday, fronm 2 to 5 p.m. The articles at present beilig' mnade are Cardigan jackets and socks. Additional workers will be greatly welcomed. St. Columb's Monthly Notes says: 'r"To turn 960 yards of flannel into jackets is no easy task, yet this is I what the ladies of St. Columb's Church set themselves to do, at the great sewing day held in the school room on Friday, March 19th. Over 240 jackets were meade on the day, and many who could not attend took I flannel home, and it is estimatedl that over 300 jackets will, as a result be sent into the IHawthorn branch. The organisatio...
CRICKET. SOUTH AUBURN CRICKET CLUB. "A" TEAM V. KEW BAPTISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
ORICKET. SOUTHl AUBURN, CRIOKET OLUB. "'A" TEAM V. KEW BAPTISTS. This match was cOmeoleIced at the Kew reserve. South Aubutrn winlning the toss decided to have first use of the. wicket, opening wi:h Leith and .Browt, bat the start was not enonuraging. ]BrownI being bowled before the ice was broken, Walker took the vacant 'crease and the score was carried to-17 when Walker after soacringle was eaught on the bouudry by Joy ,ff Paul. Clamp followed, and the score reached 31I when Leith was beowled for a well n ade 17. Thoimas was next barmin,h but the partnierhip was soon broken, CLlamp being bowled by Fagan for 5. N. Ale Whintey after making 1 was wall caught by Paul off Remmiagton 5 for 839. At this stage tliings did not look too goed, btt lcKisenck ansd Tbomas hattiug steadily carried the score to 65i when MdKissock was caught for a well made 14, another good stantd was made by Bruce carrying the score to 96, when Bruce was disposed of for 14. Thomas and Towns getting together put o...
FRATERNITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
FRATERNIT'IE8. Tie following local friendly socie ties meet fortnightly in the Hawthorn Hall, Burwood-road. The secretarys name and addres is given under each. Grand United Order of Oddfel lows, James .iddell Lodge.-Secre tary: P. MclLie, g29z Burwood-road, Glenferrie. Grand United Order of Free Gar deners, Hawthorn Lodge.--Secre tary: A. IHi. Hennett, 8a Roseber street, Auburn. Indenendent Order of Rechabitas, Hawthjrn Tents, Senior and Junior. -Secretary: R. Batten, z8 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: B-: '. Williams, "Car mel," 5 Grove-road, Hawthorn. Sons and Daughters of Temperance, Hawthorn Division, Senior and Junior.-Secretary: Jos. Watt, Chau cer-crescent, Canterbury. Protestant Alliance Friendly So ciety, Loyal Glenferrie Lodge.--Sec retary: John Aldred, 6 Tooronga-rd., Auburn. Ancient Or...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
Business Notices. Dining, Rooms ..A?.'CT"'R-CT"El\T. 3-Course Dinner, 12 to 2. ColdBLiihcheons. 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. MCMILLAN, Proprietor. 150 BURKE ROAD. ELEGTRICAL and MOTOR ENGINEERS. Electrician always on the Premises. Taxi and Touring Cars on Hire. Day and Night Service Overhauling and repairs of every Description. Next Wilbinson, Chemist, I door from Glenferrie rd., opp. Methodist Ladies' College SydR. Nlathers Barkser'gs oad, ,c Hawthorzn. Ladies' & Gentlemen's Tailor (Late of Collins Street). Fit and Style Guaranteed. Dry Oleaning a Specialty-We have a Prooes entirely our own, whioh makes Clothes Equal to New. 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 St...
Custards and How to Cook Them. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
Oustards and flow to Cock Them. The great cause of fatll're in custard mabing, both baoed and boiled, is that is:ldod milk is not noud, whileh has boern ol lowed to cool before addin. the eggs. .An other reaon of failure is that the sugar should he added after cooking, which is nldom done. When mkineg a good rich custard it Il necersarv to tira tive or nix eggs for each luart of milk : for a plainer one tbrrne eggs o a quaro will do. lri:ided thelo mni'k in hickenoued with litr!' cE r. fl ur. Custaeds reed very delle.: flavoering, threftrde, it in well to add the eauence gradn!ly, a f.w drops at a timne, so as not to overdo it. For a stewed cuotard for one peeoon, brat op one ceg in a toacupful of mnilk, lavour and weeten it, pour it into a breakfast cup cover it with a piece of greased paper, stani in a saucno pan hal fuoillof i boiing water, cover it, and stand by the side of the fire, where it will gently simmer for twenty to thirty minutes. Turn outto serv; Coffee custard is eai...
LADIES' LODGES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
LADIES' LODGES. Australi;an Women's Association, H-Iawthorn Branch-Secretary: Miss Alice Burton, 542 Burwood road, Hawthorn. Protestant Alliance Friendly Society, Loyal Carnation Lodge. Secretary: Miss Aldred, 6 Tooronga. road, Auburn. 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 Lodge of Freemasons-H. G, Garnham, Secretary, 27 Lisson-grove, Hawthorn. Meets every second Tues day in Hawthorn Town Hall,
Camberwell City Council. Monday, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
Cainberwell City Council. Monday, March 22. Present-Ors W.H. Renwick (Mayor) Bowley, Read, McBetAh,Brckett,Vear, Rooks and Dillou. HAWTHORN TRAMWAY TRUST Or. Read reported that 500 tons of rails for the'Trust were on the water The Postal Deparlment werr at last beginning to remove theo tellepotna wires both overhend and underground. The matter aH to which body should operate the linrs was held over for consideration till ntxt. meeting of the Trust. Or. Rooks reported that there had being a meeting of the Conference re Gardinets Creek bridge. Gralham; and Sons contract for £2305 htid been accepted. The Conference had osti 'mated the cost to he £8020, so that a saving of £700 had been effected. The contract inclnded fillin up old bridge creek, making out through land, and widening the road to full width. Both reports were adopted. Under ordinar y business, Cr.Beckeot stated that the Order in Council for the construction of the Riveredale road line had been passed and would be confirme...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
Upper Fern Tree ul Great Sub-divisional Sale. By Public Auction on the Ground, at 3,30. EASTER SATURDAY, Apr - THE GLORIOUSLY SITUATED - SJ NIESLEIGH ESTAT (8 Minutes from Railway Station). TERMS: £1 Deposit. £1 per onth. . +· NO INTEREST 5 per cent. Discount for Cash within One Month. Plans from the Auctioneers DUNLOP & HUNT PTY. .T PROPERTY SALESMEN, 317 Collins Street, Melbourne, will sell by Auction as above(through their Auctioneers, Sydney T. Haynes and B. H. Edgar), under instructions from E. Lillywhite, Esq, Title Certificate Solicitor-A. Pearce, Whitehall, Bank Place, M?elbourue. Skin Like Raw Meat. Scalp Sores Wbilst Teething Zatu-Buk Removes Every Trace of Disease. Mrs. E. Davies, 87, Seventh Avenue, Maylnnds, Perth, Y.A., says: "Through teething trouble a nasty outbreak of running sores started on my boy Alfred's scalp. The disease spread rapidly and the child's skin got so fear fully inflamed-that it looked just like a piece of raw meat. I couldn't bathe the. ba...
Hawthorn City Court. Tuesday, March 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 26 March 1915
Hawthorn City Court. Tuesday, March 23rd. Before the Mlayor (Or. E.C. Rigby), and Measrs. Roche, Wallis, Defeus and Ardagh J'sP. RIDING ON THE FOOTPATH. Robt. F, Carney was charged with riding on the footpath in Yarra street, on March 4th, The defendant who pleaded guilty, was fined 10s. and 2s.6d. costs. OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOUR. Coostablo Munro proceeded against two brothers named Walter and James O(rump. on three clarges of ofensive behaviour, asseaulting the police, and resistine arrest on tie 20th Marech, at about 8 30 p.m., near the Tower Hotel - The accused pleaded guilty. Frances Sophia Callan,,daughter eof the licensee, Tower Hotel, stated that she remem bored the 20th inst. The accused oame into the hotel about 8.20 p.m., and asked for drinks, J,:mes Crump was told he had had enough. He turned to his mates and remarked "We are turned down boys." They then left the bar and she next heard the smashing of glass and a fight going on, but no bad language was heard. The fight Iasted ...