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ON THE WRONG SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 May 1914
ON THE WIONG SIDE. A. B. Farmer was charged with lhav ing, on April 9th, been the driver of a vehicle which was being driven on the wrong side of tile road. lPleaded guilty. Wilianm Albert Towler, auctioneer and estate agent. Glenferric-road, said lie remembered the 19th inst:, when lhe was driving a motor ear along Glenfer rie-road. He saw a phaleton in front of him, and. it being on the wrong side, lie soimded time horn several times. No niotice was taken, and lie passed the vehicle oni tihe wrong side. Walter Terry, 5 Lock-street, Caim berwell-road, garage manager, said he was hi Burwood-road bon the 19th. He saw the phaeton on thie wrong side of time road, and also saw a motor ear sawerve into the gutter oni the wrong side. Constable l?eelhan, stationed at Haw thorn West, said he was in Burwood road on the date in question, and ,saw a plmhaeton being driven on the wrong side. He followed in a motor car and caught up to de fendant in Glenferrie-road, and asked him why hlie was on...
RETICULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 May 1914
RETICUL ATION. Cr. Russell said they should apply to the Metropolitan Board of Works to lay the water drain in Hunter-street before the road was made. It ought to be laid on the side of the street, as should all mains. In main streets they should insist ofi two mains, or one main down the side. Tlhey should be careful in the future, owing to the tramway. If the pipes were laid oi one side thle street had to be opene the f'll width. Henamoved that the Board of Works be iskied to lay, theiir drain in :Huntei~ street ;Seconded by Cr. -Wood, and :arried: .c..\e Cr. Scliihverin' moved- that thie mat ter be referred back to .the general purposes cdmmittee- Seconded byCr. Rigby, ar~id "caied .
MOTIONS ON NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 May 1914
MOTIONS' ON: NOTICE. Ci. Russell'mmiod :1" That the re solutionaurried by the council on i8th day df Mlirch, ~I9I4, appointing a conimitt ee7 of.the .hoelie . couincil, be; and the ssame is l?ereby rescinded." Cr. Sambell said the new .innova tion hid not had a fair chance by any meanS. ' motion -was carried, the Mayor and Cr. Ward voting againslt. The motion, by Cr. Russell, that two standing committees be appointed, was carried. Cr. Rigby moved: " That the Mel bourne and Metropolitan 'Board of Works be 'urged to complete the sewer ing of the City of Hawthorn mis earl, as possible, and be requested to in form the council when any, and which, of the unsewered streets of Hawthorn are likely to be connected ,th the Board's sewerage system." He aid it was a subject he intended bringing up for some time. The re port of a recent committee condemned the system. The Board would not consent to such things as depots. It was stated also that most of the iun sewered places would shortly be sew...
KEW ELECTRIC TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 May 1914
KEW LIECTRIC TRAMWAY Axs'en'lements are being ripipdl) puishedl fori'ardc tow'arc electrifyinl thlsi.hoise cai service fiom Victoria Bridgre to i.-Booriondar cemetery. iThl new:line is to estend to the H-'ip of Eriini hostelry: IThe sit selected- foiS the power house, e.dtc, is inimmediasily opposite thlie :Beehive Hotel;; 't hei co.ue of Baisker'soro?d aiid Cfhiurch streeti nid :alrelad , biidreds of rtails It is understood 'smtor bus c rs,'-':: f-"' dist's. it d'ste a n'd thi s convsen"ence s ill be gre'stly 'ppreci'ted by resin dents.
EX-COUNCILLORS' VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 1 May 1914
EX-diCOUNCILLORS' VISIT.-> Cr. Russell, as the oldest council lor, said he wisa iverv pleased to see six of the ex-douncillors present that night. One of the councillors ivas Mr~:l Wallis iiAto -:'vhose shoes the speakerstepped a~id hle' was glad t6 see him looking so well. .He never sat wi th -Cr. Cullen, coming in just after he retired,. and in whose days the main question' was the getting of a main drain through Hawthorn. Ex Cir: Mulnio 'sat- in the council with him,. and had liad aiiy.ana harid. figh with liim;"; but it wias. ahlway-s a fai on?e Ex-C? i.Hook e.h?i:iso' sat ~vithii for mns:iy years, and had mainly aittles with thi ;:iiim e night sa?, thatex gi: Dulreau wvas one f hebet councih' firmaient of Hiwthioirin for 't great many years, and h}e wvas now trans ferred fromn one asphereto anotlierb He hiad becen in Parliamlentf anidwas no8w\ oitih lninterssate Com?iiissioin: The speIikers wa siifScotlajndi~ii he nhli el saw a clable?rafm tlha thie Hon. G(: Sw inburne had b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 May 1914
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Human Chin is Sign of Character. GROWN ERECT SINCE MAN GAVE UP BROWSING ON GREEN STUFF. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 May 1914
Humran CMp is Sign of Character. GROWN ERECT SINCE MAN GAVE UP BROWSING ON GREEN STUIF. The question is asked by an emi nent professor, "(f what use is a chin ?" and a well-known doctor supplies an erpulnation to the pro Lessor's contention that whereas pri; mitive men had no chi s how is it that the moderns have-the bon3 lprojection below the nouth 6n lth front of the lower jaw'. The doctor says that all animals that browse on grass and herbage have no chin at all. Their teeth slant forward to allow them to reach the things easily that would otherwise be beyond their reach. The moment that man gave up browsing on green things and be cams less and less an animial his teeth grew erect, and his jaw hadc to accommodate itself to erect teeth. Erect teeth prove man to be far removed from the rumiaants, and, thereflre, a man with a well-mark ed jaw is farther removed from the ruminants than a man without. And that is why we are ind.~ned to regard a man who is wirbout a chin as possessing ...
SAVE YOUR BREATH. AND PROLONG YOUR LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 May 1914
SAVE YOUR RREATh. AND PROLONG i8eR LIPE. To hold one'= breath for any length 'o1' ime ndied tiiniing, for it is surprising how brief ?.period the -ordinary person can do. so without suffering inconvenience. In deed, it is one of those interesting things concerning ourselves we know very little about, yet it was .no doubt due-to the- development of this faculty that a French swim ming professor was able to create a world's record by remaining under water for'six and a half min utes. Yet it is a habit one can culti .vate, and it is not long ago that a gentleman wrote to a scientific peper that he had trained himself to- such a pitch that he could hold his breath for eight and a .quai:ter iiliiutes if he had pre 'iouisly taken several deep respira tions. There are times when one is glad to hold his breath, and occasions wheil it is of vital importance. TIake, for instance, cases of " ap pa'ently drowned" persons. It is a conmmon belief that such c;ses w il not recover uater immersion o...
CONSIDERATION OF DIVINE WORSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 May 1914
W\VORSHIP. ' ;' - Police agaiinst Chlailes Broli. Tihe defendant was 'changled tinat bn: Str n dayi; Aril 1i9, he failed to ride a mioto: cc?le past the- h chutrclies in Cothan ro-rad, Kei, with as little noise as possible. SThe sergeant said the case hadbeen biroght int couirt: a'cting: on'f a-writtein complaint froni the Kes. Council. 'Constables Diuffy and Rae 'aie. ei dence ais to :the excessi\e noise niade by: tihe acccused s nimotoi ? cle. ,iThe seriietses \eie lbing coildicted at the timni --The defendainit . 'sid le had I the gr!eatest respect for cliuclies.c and 'al: tiais ediea?oiured t!o passstliei sii ithl is littlk::noise ais possible.:;Iin his pi tion lii tctle did iibt iii ore noise tii 'iaoltheritr ''l Plulpag otigttoasdtli ei peioiu-a tinie -":;.7.?S I:?yiNti T lr?.)!) ?-, STIR5A1NG STOCK. I J \lirtnii:-gaiisnt Jones. nik 'ction- for:i poln\ :stira iiig. '-:No ap teiaince of defetndaniit ? ho was fisied '/6- 'nd 216 costs.;" ' :-Cathrihie .?scGoiwaii wSas pioceed·td...
A Visit to the Pyramids. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 May 1914
A Visit to the Pyramids Thect is a very interesting account ",f a trip to the Pyramid? in " A • .Jura.list in the Holy Land," by Arthur Copping, an entertaining •tory of a journey -nade by the ihiir h and his brother through 'g;':t and Palestine : A stately Arab in gorgeous attire ori'eed !himself as uiy gukie. - We wa;lked through: the Cairo of otti cial roideices . and wealth, where broad tho?rouglhfares planted with acacie. trees gave eitrance te'state ly white iransions-a quarter of the city that savou;red rather of Bel gravia than Egypt. Comning presently to a fine bridge spanning the Nile, we crossed, to find ourselves in a thWoroegfare through me?h, in a gret jrwo'es sion of varied zoologicdal itereat, the produce of agrlcuiltural Bl-apc was in transit. Theiw were laden carts drawn by oxen, followed by sturdy donkeys tlatched with sugar canes; Hard by we took our seats in a smart electric trtancar, which swiftly carried us 'ithin sight of the py ramids, figutminag still, sole...
KEW COURT. Wednesday, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 May 1914
KEW COURT, Wednesday, April 209 Before. Ales~srs. Roche (chairnman) iPhilpott and Jellis- J's:.P DRUNK. IAND :DISORDE1iYl'X' TIhonmas L. Wallis W:is cliai ed with being -drlik and :lisiorderl \ i o?Mio[ni da\ - p .ril 7 -Pleaded built but in nht accused s i ona secon ci e:0 hflilnu?fi siedd bisce:nI ahnguage, ai plea of t g?iilt) Si asieinered Constable '?3ar'r d Ser-iS :aeitt Suillii.'a g\vee'i idenice) that t:he ffence .w- s committed' outside the m.ni 5iire C Hall -ini Dennma k-street- and could eisily le lieard on thi op:blpiosite siltle of tlhe. road. 5?'lhse srigeamit did iot:ipress forae lia dh : penalty fbi thic accused 'as-a 'oun'g man, tialnd ??s drunk: " Constl?ble B]3arr said lihe sias sti)rised .to hear accused use'suchialn I guage; for hlie :,as, preyiously; :li) e spectlbibl: conducted oiuing felloss . " :l:he ?accused stated he had ino re collectiodl of uising tlie-Ilanguage- vie ferred in the chargef aainst hiim. He hhilad iee?r been in tioible before?. I".Mr: Pliil...
AN ACCIDENTAL MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 May 1914
AN ACCOIENi1rAL MARRIAGE. He was quite an old ge~tlemnn-a clergyman-and suffered rom the complaint witM which Dr. Spooner is supposed to be afflicta-he was always misplacing the initial con sonants of words. But for this he would probably have remained a ;bachelor to this day, for he was a' very sehy old gen tleman, especially when in the com pany of ladies. It so h'ppened, however, that me atternoen an elder ly parishioner ofd the opoette -a came to eall on hihe. Tea was brought inj Then uem denly it occurred to the pld gent man that hae should ask thh Iady to make tea. But, instead, bulriae as usual, he trwned to her' Fh a gentle smile, and asked "Will you take me ?'t And she took him I
GENERAL BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 May 1914
GLNERlAL BUSINESS. Cr. MlcCrae asked if aniy rllpi 1 bIecn received: froni the Board re iun sewered portions, and oi receiving ain ansuer in the negativ e, mored lbihat a further letter be sent to the Boaard,to try and comhpel on ners to sewer their houses. .Cr. Ratten seconded. TIhe motion sias carried. .Cr McCresa said hIe belie ed there nis 's number okamounts unexpended, and he moi ed the matter h1e referre'd to the fiinnce committee. Cr. Kellett seconded. . Cr. R'tteni isked if the engineer could haie eridted the niame of a street iu College irdci Remington plce. Cr. Venr secorided, aid cnr rned Ci Hibo a 'ikd the en iee if he m tod11 look 'itl ite culm eit neai his plice in Bukeieroad lPeople ruishing 'iround dite corieri 'i ad drop of x8 in, into the'iijt t ut aiid semei'ali fl lhaid t'iken icc. comeriilg wanmmited exteniln~- -ibout tc Ge C Kellet ieldlieha-l to ieport hle limd' itteiddii conin withcou n cillois theubileesiell iices ii coinec ioiLtit ei Coimgregaitioim-il 1Cl...
ST. COLUMB'S ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 May 1914
ST. COLUMB'S ATHLETIC CLUB. The Annual General Meeting of the above Club was held ih the 7 schoolroom. The President- (Rev. D. -- M. Deasy) took the chair, with about twenty-five members present. The I-on. Secretary's Report showed that the Club had had a very successful season, but expressed regret that the Harriers' section, which had been in existence for so nmlany years, had had to disband, ow ing to. lack of interest and support. The Hon. Treasurer's Report showed that the Club was -financially strong, and that tlsere is a balance 6f L7 s9s. to be carried forward for S this season. The Annual Display, held on Octo ber 2, 1913, proved one of the most successful held for mny years, clear _Ing a profit of 9g Is. 3d. ''The election of oflicers resulted as follows :-President, Rev. D. M. Deasy;j Hon. Secretary, Henry S. .··J L. L. Levy; Assistant Secretary, L.L Ashton; 'Hon- Treasurer, E. Watts; Captain, G. Underwood ; Committee, S. fBurns, L. Murray, C. Bailey; Auiditors, Messrs. F...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 May 1914
Woods'. Great reppenrminto Cure, fo Coughs nod Colds, siever fails, Is. Ud. EGG LAYING 7 EXTRAORDINARY All Records Broken. The winning pen of Leghorns, owned by Mr J. H. Gill, Chelten ham, which established a new world's record recently, were hatched by a world- renowned Near-to.Naturre ' "PRAIRIE STATE" (hot air sand-moisture) INCUBATOR. Such a wonderful achievement proves conclusively that the prin ciples of-construction, as embodied in the t' Prairie.State," are on right lines, and approximate closely those of Nature's laws. Thirty years'incubator experience and the close study of the hen, have produced a machine that will hatch out more chicks- chicks that live and grow-from a given number of eggs, than any other ineubator made. For hatch results, safety, oil economy, simplicity, S and reliability, it has no equal. In 5 sizes 60-390 eggs. For prices and particulars write J.Bartramn& Son Py.Ld. 586 Bourke St., elb.II POULT RYMBEN raising poultry for profit should read the...
The "Diamond City." [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 May 1914
The "Diamond City." Kiamberley, thle 'Dliamioed City,'t has had a curious history. In 18thi-70 the precious crystals, first :foulnd ill 1867 near the Orange Il iver, were discovered here, in con siderable quantity, and, of course, a great rush of advaturers at once took place from all parts of the World, so that in two--or three years its population had increased to I ianny thousands. Competition. among the niany owners of mining claims broeught do\ni the price of dia monds to such an'extent that the profits of minig verys soon be came alnost infioitesin?al. Mr. Cecil Rhodes, who had gone to Nttal for his health shortly be fore ..1870, iand went to Kimber ley in the first meonths of the rush, was:. the. first to see'that a consoli tlation of the many concerns was thueonly. way of' keeping up the pi;ice. of diamonds, and, chiefly. by his skill and boldnes,:'the process of ?m;ilgal'ating the.'variobus claims uid interests into one huge corpora tion was completed in- 1885. 'race then t...
REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 May 1914
T'he Maoiordaid he lihad li?ier\viewed the Tral-mway1Trust 1e the employmient of horse car drihers,~iaild was promisedl by ,Mr. Hicks that thev: would get thle preferenice as far is lpossible l;t was suggeisted the .diiers: should" register their names with th e Tralic Superin tendent. It would not ,be possible to absorb all the enip!ld?ees of tlie M 11.1. and O. The-report was receiyed,:'ndc adopted;. Cr. McCrea said the town clerk sliould send a list of the niames of these men, as some of thiem finid it impossible to g"et across to the dofice 'These men should be kept iiiKew. and the council shotild do everthinig possible to keep them. Cr. Kellett said the very fact of au official -recog nition from the councilw ouldc be a re-l commendation. C Cr. McCiea said the Turst Would kiioi the coduncil would not recommend an. msiin i w1howas not well knovif to them.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 May 1914
CORRESPONDEN CE. From Camberwell Council: consenit; ,ing to erection of. trimwa vshelter Burke-road. Recesed, the coiicil it be thanlked,: %( FromPort 3M:elboirie re'tiig o Gas andiid;Taiii-a) Coiu s uider .Crkinslare iste `e pp on tdle to attenr'id the i oni~cference sugges it? d Frromi Heidelbetrg reiote cirl railw gkax' br e:-Letteshdbena reaids'sentb Fromi Railwayi Department}s'ied murrage oi ftrucksi~f arriif;Sati days jRecenedM :.I: ronm s.ii C re, o?oSi sing Deenmaik street.I he: ifasor said th gae re ferred to ss as ontl) used unide ecepi tional circumsa?S es md' a letter :. imight be se?nt sa~is:g that ihe council :tliought it uninecessary,: td.? ;ideli-f ie Sgate: I it s.s ? fotthe ainaentianuce '.to thie ard -C -ishart'! said the~i -- s, i.. s., \.-.>?odb r laden. th.ed:osep-rt met rete~tsreriah romises some months a s iter'was iearly :upon. them, a lnd otltg d:thhd been donie FErom- DefefhceDep;ertieiit.e~u e drill hall fo? cadeth -Ste.l ilad bee? thike for the erecti...