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EASTERN SUBURBS TRAMWAY EXTENSION. BURWOOD-ROAD LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914
EASTERN SUBURBS TRAMWAY EXTENSION. BURWOOD-ROAD LINE. The following report on and esti-i mate of the cost of constructing a line of electric tramway from the .ntersection of Power-street and Bur wood-road to the junction of Cam erwell and Burke-roads, via Burwood and Camberwell-roads, proposed by the engineer of the Prahran-Mal vern Tramway Trust, was submitted to the Hawthorn Council on Wed nesday night :-Construction of 1.88 miles of double track and overhead work, including all material similar in all respects to the Trust's standard type of construction as carried -out on the present Hawthorn lifies, £24,50oo. 'This sum allows for-4t?o crossover roads, and - a built up double track, intersection of the exist ing tramway in Glenferrie-road.; Should it be necessary to provide a cast manganese steel four-way- lay out with curves anid switches at- this point, thiswill cost- £200'0 extra. Allowing for a maximum service of five minutes' interval, and -. a: ten minutes' interval dtirin...
EXPERT DRIVER. BOLTING TEAM STOPPED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914
EXPERT DRIVER. BOLTING TEAM STOPPED. :On Wednesday morning last, Mr. Samuel Killin (a resident of Haw thorn), whilst bringing a load of timber along Bridge-road, Richmond, with , team of three horses, had an exciting time. The rein of the leader bhcame entangled with the pole chain, and, while trying to free the rein, the horses started off and careered madly down the hill. Several times the vehicle narrowly escaped colliding with- trams and other ve hicles, and the driver, with only one lein, .was successful in averting dis aster, and eventually the horses were pulled up: after striking a ventila tion pipe. -A great -crowd had con gregated, and when Killin was get ting off his load he received a ringing cheer. Messrs. J. and N. Tait, of Mel tourne, have received the following letter from Mr. Harry *Lauder, the fainous Scottish comedian:-?" Hotel Pontchartrain,. Detroit; 26th Janu ary.--Vou will be pleased to hear my ' American' tour this year is again breakinlg all former records. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914
GUARDIAN :Assurance Company Limite,d. FIRE. . PERSONAL ACCIDENT. Orop, Stock, 7-, and?, Employer's Bt - Liability. Stack I-.- - In ; Iurances Workmen's a . Compensation. Speciality. ? ... Public Fidelity Risk. Guarantee. Third Party Plate Glaess, Indemnity. Assets Exceed Six and a Half Miliions. CHIEF AUSTRALIAN OFFICE: 452 Collins Street, Ielbourne. . .. Picture Framing. Ouiet and Refined-Yet Distinctive. HARRISON'S, Phone 220 91 Burwood Rd., West HIawthorn. GAR W'S EAST SUBURBAN PHONOGRAPH & GRANMOPHONE PARLOR. S 85 Glenferrie fload, Glenferrie. Same side as the Don Store. Near Kinkora Road All Makes of Disc or Cylinder Talking Machines All Makes of Disc or Cylinder Records - Thousands to Choose From Every'Edison Blue Amberol Record in Stock - . very Zonophone-Twin Record in Stock Diamond Reproducers always in Stock Musical Instruments & Sheet Music ? f?-?C.ome to Us for Anythiig. Cash or Terms Repairs a Speciality. A Trial Solicited Once a Customer, Always a Custo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914
King Bros. Art Tailors, 523 Burwood Road, Auburn (opp.. Tower Hot i] . Ladies' Tailor- made Costumes a Speciality Ltatest Suitings for Coming. Seasc n. NO WORK ENTRUSTED TO FACTORY. Business Notices. ~~.i VALUE IN FURNITURE of Style & Quality 4 All prospective home-furnishers are cordially invited to inspect our up-to-date stock. It includes every thing that is needed for the complete equipment of every class-of home, and a great many Inexpensive Suites in the best styles and designs, suitable for large or small rooms. Though we do not make a feature of credit-furnishing, ive offer really remarkable value for cash and can arrange extended payments if desired. J& Perriman & Sons Complete Holise Furnishers, Opp. Hawthor-n Town Hall. Tel..191. General Engineering Co, ?Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, 256 BURWOOD ROAD, HAWTHORN (NEXT TOWN HALL). And at 367a Post Office Place West, MELBOURNE. L: el. 6609 Central. DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES SUBEMI'TTED. ELECTRIC MOT...
FREE BAND PERFORMANCES. COUNCIL'S ACTION APPRECIATED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914
FREE BAND PERFORMANCES., COUNCIL'S ACTION AP'PRE S CIATED. The action of the Hawthoris City Council in arranging for the Haw thorn City. Band to give free band performances on week nights and Sunday afternoons has been favour ably commented on by numerous citi zens.. On Sunday last the band, fresh from their great victories in the A.N.A. contests, in which they lite rally "scooped the pool," rendered a fine programme of music, under the baton of Mr. J. Booth Gore, at the corner of Riversdale and Glen ferrie-roads. So pleased was Mr. Jas. Clezy (the University tutor) with the per formance, that he forwarded the fol lowing letter to the Hawthorn City Council, at its meeting on Wednesday last: "As a citizeri of the Power Ward, may I tender my sincere thanks to the ,Hawthorn City Council for their kindness and public spirit in sending the Hawthorn City Brass Band to discourse such beautiful music to is this afternoon. " From the crowds of interested hearers who gathered at the Glen ferr...
Hawthorn City Council. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. HAWTHORN SPORTS GROUND. NEW DRESSING ROOMS. WORK TO BE DONE BY DAY LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914
Sawlhern &dambersvl "GITIZEN." With whioh s Iancorporated THE "BOROONDARA STANDARD" . (Established 28 years.) Official rgain of the Hawthorn city Souncil and Hawthorn Progress lssoclatlon FRIDAY. MARCH 6, 1914 Hawthorn Gity Council. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. HAWTHORN SPORTS CROUND. NEW DRESSING ROOMS. WORK TO BE DONE BY DAY LABOQUR. With a view to having the new dressing-rooms at the Hawthorn City Sports Grounds erected within time for the opening of the ensuing foot ball season, tenders were called last week, for the erection of same, as owing to the club being admitted within the senior ranks it was stipu lated by the A.S.S. that increased accommodation would have to be pro vid~1: Tenders were returnable on Wed nesday last, but when the Council met, Cr. Burton (Chairman of the Sports Committee) explained that no tenders had been received, the only reasoff to which it could be assigned being due to briskness in the building trade. After deliberation, the engineer was instructed t...
LIGHT HORSE MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914
LIGHT: HORSE-MOVEMENTS. ; :Thlie local district's "Light Horse" detaclhment will go into camp at Tra walla next Thursday morning, March r2 for a period of eight days' train nig. The men and horses will be entrained at Box Hill railway station and taken down to Spencer-street, to follow the other units' of the 29th Liglit, Horse Regimenlt to Trawalla. ,Lieuteiiant H. N. Milne will be the entraining officer at Box Hill. 'Corporal T. Ford, of the local troop, has been appointed to the rank of Acting-Sergeant. Lance Corporal Ashley has been promoted to the rank of Corporal, and Private Jenner has been pro moted to the rank of Lance-Corporal. The parade held last Saturday took place at Box Hill, when a full at tendance of Light Horsemen was pre sent. Some very interesting work was gone- through, the keenness and en thusiasm of the men in all phases of the work being remarkable. A full report of the work done, and any amusing incidents of the Trawalla camp, will be published in full in th...
HAWTHORN RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914
HAWTHORN RIFLE CLUB. M:iembers were engaged in compet ing for the " Don " and "Barnes" trophic~ on Saturday last at Port Melbourne. These two trophies were ired for concurrently over the 5oo00 and 6oo00 yards ranges, seven shots at each distance. 'IThe Shooting re sulted in a wiii for T. Hayes, who lired very consistently, scoring 33 points at each range, and with a handicap of 4 gaining the possible. The scores were:- - - 500 600 Syds. yds. Hcp. Ttl. T'. Haves ...:;.. 33 33. 4€ 70 F. \. Earle ..: 32.- 32 -..5. 69 G. Giles ... ... 3r 32 5 68" E. J. Neagle; ... 32 30 6 68 J; . Barnes .. 33 39 5 -67 W. A. MPlherson 33 30 3 66 D. Rule .....: 25 29 io 64 A. G. Plrebble 31 29 3 63 A. -H., Hennett 25 30 8 63 A. Raw .; .. 29 29 3 6.61 R. Russell .. z29 28 4 6i P. Lee .. ..... 27 26 8 6. "T'. Hayes and G. Giles, the stage winners of the Barnes trophy, will shoot-off at a date to be fixed.
THE GREAT ADVENT MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914
THE GREAT ADVENT MOVEMENT. The attention of our readers is drawn to the fact that a series of lec tures is being delivered in Hawthoir upon the above subject. These meet ings are being held in a large, .iry tent, pitched in Lennox-street, near the railway station: The themes be ing presented are intimately connected with the Second AdvSent of Christ, and comprise such questions as the " Signs of the Times,". " The Ful filment of Prophecy," " Armaged don," "TiThe Downfall of-Turkey,' " The Sanctuary Question," etc. On Sunday night last the subject of " The Milennium," was presented to a good audience, who were deeply interested as the speaker dwelt upon the Scriptures bearing upon this in teresting subject. During the next few weeks, meetings will be held upon Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights, commencing at 7.45. Next Sunday night the subject for consideration will be " Where Are the Dead?'" These meetings are being conducted under the auspices of the Victorian Conference of t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914
Hawthorn City Council. WEDNEBDAY, . MARCH 4. Present :-the Mayor(Cr.Barb ur in the chair), and Crs Russell, Burton, Sambell, Schwerin, Nolan, Roche, Rigby, Ward, Lord and Wood. Letters Received. From Prahran and Malvern Tramways Trust, for warding estimate of Burwood road Tramway. From Metropolitan Gas Co., regarding alteration of mains for Burwood road Tramway. From Metropolitan Board of Works, intimating resigeation of Or. Henuingsen as Council's representa tive on the Board. From Burwood to Melbourne Tramway Conference, forwarding report of proceedings. From Jas. Clezy, regarding free Band Performances. From Or. H. Henningsen, tendering his resignation as a Councillor for Auburn Ward. Or Russell was appointed returning officer. From E. J. Rigg, idiviting councillors to farewell performance of Corrick family-Invitation accepted, with thanks. From T. Collins, regarding tender for the construct ion of Hunter street-The Committee begs to report having interviewed -Mr. Collins, and re...
YOUNG HIGHLANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914
YOUNG HIGHLANDER:? T·he late Major-Genieral Watichope used to tell a story of tio men in the Black Watch one of whom, a young man froinm. thel.far north, was going into action for the first time in his life.. The crack of the rifles was soon heard in front of the advancing bat t~alioti, and the bullets began to fly thickly. The recruit kept his spirits up as ldng as possible, but at last, . . . . - - feeling that his final hour had come, he shouted to his mate in the front line, " Dinn~a bob, Donald i I'm a hint ye!"
RECRUIT'S EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914
RECRUIT'S EXPLANATION. Boot stories are common in the arm.y At parade, once a drill-instruc tor's face turned scarlet wivth rage as lihe rated a raw Irish recruit for his awkwardness.. " Now, Rafferty," he roared, as drill instructors iare wont to do," You'il. spoil the'line with those'feet. Draw them back instantl;y, man, and get them in line!" Raf ferty s dignity was hurt "Piaze; sergint, he replied, 'they're not mine; they're-Micky Doolan's; inthe rear rank!"
MODEST HEROES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914
MODEST HEROES. The Rev. E. J. Hardy, the well known Army chaplain, says that the more active senice a soldier has seen, the less he is inclined.to talk about it. He says:--" I have known half ajd6zen Victoria Cross men, but never Ird a battle yarn from one of them. I remember trying to draw from a friend who had distinguished himself in the Battle of the'Alma, where he had two horses killed under him, something as to his feelings and ex perience in an engagement. All 1 could get from him was, "A battle is a very disagreeable place to be in. Comne, and I'll show you my pigs."
MILITARY NOTES. THE REASON WHY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914
MILITARY NOTES. THE REASON WHY. It was during the 'Siege of Sebas topol. An officer was passing by a part of the defences that had evi dently suffered severely by the enemy's shot and shell, when he caught sight of a soldier of his own regiment who was groping about among the heaps of debris. "Why, Tim," said he, after watching the man's erratice movements for a few moments in silence, "have you lost anything?" " Well, sir," replied the soldier, saluting stiffly as he spoke, "it's just like this: me and my mate, Jack Miles, had just gone into the trenche~ last night, when. the Russians lets drive and knocks Jack's cap clean off with a round, shot !" " Ah ! and you are looking for it, I suppose " remarked the officer as he turned away. "Yes, sir," replied t'he man. The officer had not gone many yards before a sudden thought seemed to strike him. "Tim," he called out, "Why on earth doesn't Jack look for it himself?"- "'Cause his head was in it !" was the unexpected and startling reply...
SPECIAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914
SPECIAL NOTICE. The increasing circulation of the " Citizen" is demonstrated by the fact that our advertisement columns are always full of paying advertisers (not dummies), patrons being con vinced that this journal goes right to the people's homes-in fact, we have been notified to that effect, as our ad vertisers have proved the value of ad vyertising in the "Citizen" by their increased trade. , Messrs. R. W. E. Hooke and Son will sell by auction, on Saturday, March 14, at Falmouth-street, Glen ferrie, three allotments of land. At SAuburn-parade, splendid block land.
TEMPERANCE NOTES. Selected by the W.C.T.U. Kew East Branch. LORD WOLSELEY ON TOTAL ABSTINENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914
TEMPERANCE NOTES. Selected by the W.C.T.U. Kew East Branch. - LORD WOLSELEY ON TOTAL ABSTINENCE. The recent death, and public burial in St. Paul's Cathedral,.London, of the noted soldier, Lord Wolseley, re call his outspoken attitude on the Temperance question. He did not lelieve in the use of alcoholic drinks among his troops. In 1870, he is said to have carried through his Red River expedition on rigid lines of total abstinence, and during the Nile campaign no alcoholic rations were served. He himself reports, "All the troops up the Nile in the Soudan have been for months without beer or spirits," the result being that one of the officers declared that they (the troops) were "the finest fighting men it was ever man's lot. to command." , JIg- I 893, Lord Wolseley is reported :'I to have said, "There are yet many great enemies to be encountered, some gieat battles .to be fought, by the United Kingdom, but the most press ing enemy at present is drink !" To the lengthy list of minor r...
HAWTHORN CITY COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914
HAWTHORN CITY COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 3. Before Messrs. :V. Tanner, P.M., and M.essrs. Philpot;, Gaggin, Birch, SRoche, andc Durffus,, Js.P.. -