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HAWTHORN RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

HAWTITORN RIF.LE CLUB. , The " Barbour" trophy was d ..vanced another stage at Port Mel bourne ranges on 'Saturday, x6th Mar, when 14 shots were fired at 600 yards. 'Although both light and ,wind were favourable, members found a diffi culty in keeping their shots within .,the " bull." SScores were: 600 H'cp. T'l. J. S. Abbott . 62 6 68 A. H. Hennett ... 58 o10 68 A. lawv..........- 63 3 66 R. Russell ... ...: 6i:-- 5 66 W. Lee ... 6I 2 63 :J. P. Barnes ...., 59 4 63 i ,T., Hayes .. ... 58 - 4 62 R. Smith ,.. ... 58 3 61 F. W. Earle .. .. 56 4 60 G. R. McMinn .',. 49 5 54 . As musketry ,targets are available on-every Saturday unmtil the close of the current year, members are re q.-uested to complete ;the course as speedily as possible, and thus help' to ? .put.±he club on a sound financial foot .:,ing for the fortihcoming 3year.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

KING BROS. Art Tailors,. 523 BURWOOD ROAD, AUBURN (opp. Tower Hotel) where the Elite of Fashion is executed by experienced . tradesmen, on the premises. Ladies' Tailor -made Costumes a Speciality L-atest Suiting. for Coming Seaescn. NO WORK ENTRUSTED TO FACTORY. A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU. T i3E GODFREY E. ROBERTS • Photographic Studio 143 GLENFERRIE ROAD, GLENFERRIE. . Artistic Portraiture for Young and Old. CHILDREN'S PRHOTOS A SPECIALITY. Family Groups. Wedding Groups. Sporting Groups. ENTRANCE THROUGH R. T. CHENOWETH'S. THE CENTER. E. H. Nioholls, Furnishing Ironmonger, Crockery, Glassware, &c. GOODS LENT ON HIRE. 433 Burwood Road, GLENFEIRIE (Opposite Army Citadel). Veritas Mantles and Glass. Electric Light Appliances UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. 'Phone: Hawthorn 1395. ... FOR ... Taxis & Touring Cars For Theatres, D)ances, Weddings, &c. Hawthorn Motor Carage, Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. W. G. FRESTON, Proprietor. For Good and Cheap Meat! Telephone. 75 Hawthorn. ...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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RUBBISH DEPOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

RUBBISH DEPOT~S. : i.The vacatiit allotiments' ini Glenfer: S- ie roa dc offei jspecial- imnduce~n?ents ::as a., delJositor - or'f? rubbish lil'd gar denl refusew;hich is dumiped indis-'. crinnatel n'tesei block-s?-i The: :- practice is m6st :iusi ?11 ;?s ssli. as . .dangierdous;, as 'recentlx1-pedestrians :ne::: i BiBarkei- ? road istub led ox ;er thi( l. iimnbss: o pfi?fineftr e pro.rectin n: : Alto thei footpi~ath P.erhapsl thie: :mflici palite concerned could preent ::.,: recurrence for thge cause o'f comrplalnt;

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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HOTEL TRANSFERS GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

- -HOTEL TRANSFERS GRANTEID In the M1etiopoht-in Licensing Court on IMonda,, the foll1 mng .transfers for.hldences ere ,granted . " Aubu.i;rn,: Hathorn,; from Wiliam Hu ghes, Han thorn, from Albert Os n ald to M1aurice M1arks

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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SCOTCH COLLEGE EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

EXTE~SION. S. · Popiiafi" bele ~f as" ti 'th-it new S" buildings are : to b?e p'ocuredl for the - schdlars a:tteilding., the iebm e i",ell S knoiii: school.- Th:e sljot,: i:obabl-; to0 be.tlhe future hobie of-thliis seat of Selearning uiill be the IHai, thiorni Glen ,Estate, ::at t:he cblnfluenfici;?f Gaidi ner's Creek: andid 'tlhekRier-.Yaria -It : is .uiiderstood; egotiS tins :are inlpro: .gress :for tlfei puihihlse of tlhis siite, - .aii.d ;Hathorni.i.esildet jgeielrall, S.i. l .iiwel?e tle arrivalin theirmidst " :;.Sof ;thii-s !fax ou?red col,{le~geg,.?S-:].

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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KOOYONG JUNIOR LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

KOOYONG JUNIOR LEAGUE. Last )Satur?ky the Toorongas suffered defeat at the hands of the Lyndhurst, the scores being :--Lyndhurst, 11 goals 14 behinds; Tooronga 3. goals 11 be hinds. It was by no means a one-sided game, both teams ,displaying fair and fast football. T'hIe goal-kickers for the winners were:--11arrison (3), 'Talhot (2). S. Waite, Wright, Bailey, Burrows, Keast and Doreian, .and they were best served by Rose, Dodgshunn. Barber, Wsighlt, &Hickey, Waite, dMcCausland, Harrison .and Talbot. For the losers, Willison (1 goal), Willfasiss, Gates, McCracken, Wvillcocks, Reid (1 goal), Kelton, iScott andl Turneri, were pro minent. A. rWorthington umpired the match satisfactorily.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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FOOTBALL. HAWTHORN V. WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

FOOTBALL. Fully 300Qp e sscmbled on thiorn spoirts ?aoun?'d ;lasit Satuiria(l to f-itness the ntclitH :I-Hiathori i v. \:Xill liaiistown n,: d theyicry :'esuse c itcll se aiided, as liestha.ln-" 'isfiull of int?riest ,iid excitemnent -rislit .I;foi?0 the st.ist ?H?itliorn cteamdii,: 0?il.6iit'hc. o ;ieicctinu, -\ias -the tsalmc astle ;prevou uspatehi rorn Hoirsli'siis 'ind lie thioioughly de scerved his inclusion: : T W~illi'snistowitsih id t idi iit'i 'e ol i light breeke 'nid-coisibiieiced: itt ick2 in ",h[itchell, ;i roiin a hlird t£23 hiit the 1pst ut Biisbridge- i nndo~iincuds liy iiothin . first gonl? for: visitors.i :From Sfi.ee Goughi had a- long gpla he kick: buitl jni jbointt only .resulted.: s[itchell 'thesi got -hl?? l p. ss?d n La'iii fell andi 'lsbitabidgo.e was ,ibo to siiap .Viillianis t6wii's :sdcoiil:d 'os ,.whilst' thi'd -goal iia's scoicdbi by mcailo?i,erb froi'i '?i.?:. .Willi-samsito?i'n up.l to thlis stetago, hid a: bit.tli tebestio? the defal althouglf"Hoaii-...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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PRESENTATION TO CONSTABLE O'MALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

PRESENTATION TO CON i STABLE O'MALLEY,. ±A very: pleosalit function took place ini the mia ? isoom toavn hilla Cam beriwell, o?o:Mondviciv:: eeeming last, Shien beveen fort iid? Iifty gentle - en assemblui? i do:ld ionour to Con st-ible 0'[-dlei who 6Chis hicen pLo; oidtedt;o lie?ciag f tl i poice sta-i hion at ?3iiag16ig . Eulogistic fefer ence vismdcbiIie themi:hors aiidi sei eral others to th alumble sern ices rendlered- -to- ~the istrict by Con statle ,0 Mlle- during his sei vice of o eighteen years at Camber lte On beh f the clgtiens the m-ayor .said thit he h-d fireat plea sure iii r?esefint Con at?ile 0 .l le& sih o tch andchun, amud m: diimonc b ioh forir'ls.0 O al-mleys 's a miarkiof esteem i:i which i clihey are. lield ?~thie piblic:- of C.? beibrell, Cnshlc 0l O t-dles suitamblsicr sponldec~i'sid th-inkcdl -ll thiosepic seniffor their klind wvislhes tfo-wards him : self 'dMris OMRile.i.'

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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KEW COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13. Before Messrs. Langton (chairman), Philpott and Duffus. MUNICIPAL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

KEW COURTi )7gWEDNSDAY7 MAY f3. Before Messrs Langton (chairman) Philpott and Duffus. M aUNICIPAL CASE'S;. T. R. G. Bootle ias charged by) S Inspector Martiin \iith -ridifig a bi ..-:> cycle dn- th? ? iotptlih ::negar ,Boroon_ daira. cemeteryi "iifmed 'ics and ??2s. 6d costs Charles Ed~~iard Marshall for al low inghi cattle to xwander;, was fined ross and 's. 6id costs -Rolbert iNoai," for. alloing horses :to roamn r ii alpoleis?tree: t a:v-is fined s. aid.1s 6d costs. i FrankAlfred Leggie w?si; charged r. with allow1iing:? a hiorse :to stiay. inl S. : Cotlan~ road oi M:,·::: th.i :A. lettler ' " as recesivedfromi defe;idanti statingr that on the day in questionl he w as a. ,ay from -hoime, his .wife w as sern oi.sly ,ill, 'nid his bt h'd a::in .: attack o: f .appendiciti.- .Fiined s (6d. a-nd 3s 6d. costs: Edin Daiitoni\ was ifined- ;s anid . : s. .6d. costs; for?allowing his .horse :.to roam. ':::: ::

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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UP-TO-DATE BROOKLYN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

, : .: UP.-TODATE BROOKLYN. S? . The many residents: of Kew and "'.:8;-Hawthoirn are iounselled to attend at ri Wid?d?s Brooklyn " shoe- store; o here everx thirni iin.the way off aIs hl r'·ojifibledi ad'coeri foltible f0ootweir ut ri ces satisfalctor aredis XV ard4 beliex es ~in ;stoc onib x tl c -;.,e bestan ndcaters- foik.a tronusof all cilasse~s ~"nd conce-a': customei th.e :< : -".-,-"S?Broo'-l yn -xx i??wlL be?' thc-,rendezxous - ,.of'all"..?l',iehe shopi·s: vervn'itty an?d i.: ,.'<,,.tsteful,. -and-,it.?is,',-withi comfort', tha t c flecessitx'~,aie purchascd Crosanness us appas ent~ ohn .s-':::-:can beYeen to gglng ffene i r n nes tablishmer treplerten ~ airthseler ys conve o..,:>:::?from- :?externa l fh-aplpearaffces xx iwll :7::';:'.,i:2ter:i dertment riaa?e-d-pasr qr?,ar' spcC ilI ---->":.v {,? ,.".'.,),'..:li?'--·;Si ,,:: - <: - . -;·.r , :,5:o ,.·.., ..,-: . s,::.,ed byconmpetentxiowikmeni ad in h.- is ': : blaingh ai'sfi'a' iiii t...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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PROGRESS OF CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

PROGRESS OF CAMBERWELL. The report of the valuer on the sup plementary valuation for the half-year ended 3rst M'arch, adopted at the, Camberwell Council oni Tuesday, shows that the building progress of: Sthe city is being well maintained; -The. S,'luatioin of 170 new buildings erected' (since' October is 40o83, which will pmeai: air.increased rate of, ,204..:;

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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DAY BREAD, OR NO BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

DAY BREAD, OR NO BREAD. "Half .a loaf is better than no -bread at all," is apparently the policy of the bread making ope-ratives, who -ire resolved to bake in the daytiime or else cease work. Bread must -be bJad-it is essential-and these meaný 'little unionists., to delibertely cause mlisery, on the poorer. section of.' the communit-,; ae unindeserving of alny I conisslei atidon' ?':. :' ympathy. . 'The I polici;f TLabo6; is well- and good Sif kept. withini rieasonable limits, but it is ceitain :.tlat siuch :iin action as;is coiitemi.lited. by onc pioni of a :greatwhole- will iciuse :mischlief: to :their o. wi.party. Tihei people cannot, aiid' ill .not --ledge faith iin;'a.party wi hich t:.commits sitch a sellish act to I ai ataiin theii ow in selfishi einds." ,The i -caseI w'as decidedlbys the Arbitratio { .Court, andl a-sit :ias, not; as expected this qquestionlable. procedure.is being resorted :to. -libouir hasbrought i'n 'many necessar yI ui genit reforms .inl Soiskiig coiCditio...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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ARREARS OF RENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

ARREARS O?F RE;N'T. Robert James French was pro ceeded against by Chas.\ Whitley for recovery of 30s., being arrears of rent to Mr. Dench, agent, of Canm berwell, for use and occupation of a house. After lengthy evideqce 6on both sides, extending fearly. two hours, .a verdict was found',for the plaintiff, with £I IS. costs. .:.:"

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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STRAYING STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

STRAYING STOCK. Louis D. Lampard was charged by Albert Victor Stott with being the owner of two cows straying in Burke road, on May i. This was the fourth case in twelve months, but de fendant forwarded a letter stating he would not so offend again, as he had sold the cows. A fine of Ios.;. an'd 2s. 6d. costs, was imposed.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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INDECENT ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

INDECENT ASSAULT. The case of Hugh Steele, charged with having indecently assaulted Vera Byrne, was a lengthy one. Sub-In spector Jones prosecuted, aihd Mr. Ridgeway appeared for the defence. The Bench consisted of .Messrs. Phi!pott (chair), Ardali, Roehje, and Birch. Vera Byrne, lifteen years of age, residing at Wynberg-road, Hawthorn, remembered Saturday, May 23, when she-attended Rigg's concert in. the Hawthorn Town Hall. With others she was.standing on a seat at theback of the hall, and the accused came and sat on the seat at her feet, the lights being turned out. Accused acted im properly towards her. Jumpi!lg from the seat, she went to the escape door and accused folfowed, but did not speak. Getting frightened of his at tentions she began to cry; and told a girl near by'the trouble. An usher came along dtiring the interval, and, seeing something was amiss, brought Mr. Rigg along. On hearing the complaint, a policeman was brought, and thb accused was positively identi fled as t...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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ALLEGED LARCENY FROM RAILWAY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

ALLEGED LlARCENY .?' RFi OM-. RAILWAY .STATION.?. :. Horace Theodore "Morris, chairged \:ith stealiig -two. :hirst-class single: tickets from; Hawthorn . rail ?y .stai tion ofi Lay I7, pileadedint'guilt Norman Francis G::oble, booking clerk at Hawvth orni eisidiiig at"Rich mond,-sid c :a- iundut on(iy ,8, andI in consequence of someth0ing hie lhea~d; c!i ecked? his ticketisc did "fouia tW:oliiiHsi. e ados?i?n theL accused.- oni. the stition, but- he had o -ithorit? toatike? thel tickets T'1 ihe accused1 li id becen told;lie wo~uld prob all' get ,a pioition oii; tli' iait bt lisi wi~-s'as oudiyi l""eg, pullin g;,:ti I 1 o mmos e booning, bokihg cleik, sai sawa ccuied crossiig thie:ril ' eii ? M1i, ,ay i8;,)ad anitold hilli lie ha no-i?hitso tiodo . IT??teieply was, Go to Xou dont ow the railwPa¢ s ' The tickets lost had iiot lbeeii .Sci"ered. DIavidl Willni oCassan, poitel said tie iccus?d?on the station oi: Suiida';, -iay1, ii th-? bookiin goffice. lie 'icused hadl bieeini'orkiing ;...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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HAWTHORN CITY COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 27 LETTERS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

HAWTHORN CITY COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 27 LETTERS RECEIVED. From Melbourne Tramways' Trust, forwarding statement of expenditure for March and April. From J. Harper, re' extension of Kembla street. From Royal Via. Inst. of Architects, regarding uniform building regulations From Trustees Executors Agency Co., re drain, Urquhart street. Considered by General Purposes and Parks and Gardens Committee. From Metropolitan Gas Co., relative to gas mains, Hunter street-The Committee has duly noted the contents of this letter. From A. F. Fullard and 8 others, directing attention to state of'foot paths, Lyndhurst creecent-The Com mittee recommends that this matter be referred to the Engineer for report, and that any urgent repairs be attended to. From Area Officer, regarding use of Sports Ground-The Committee recommends that this matter be referred to the Town Clerk, to arrange with Major Farlow and the Hockey Club. From Mrs. F. Innes, re channels Kooyongkoot road, and lamp, Cal lantina road-The...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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KEW. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

On Friday ioriing{, the K?: i Coun cil held its iisuai fitinctioni aiid imany persons respondd o th; e mx' l itnlation to be present :at thi~: cercnoiy, .held ::in front of the -l'own a ·HI.- ThHal cliil drenw frdm the 1 school ere?i in a ttend ,TlielMay or ?Cr iiRucker), in ii-a?nat little speech,: exhorted, the children to keep tlic flag pure.:: ': The :.Hon.. J.- K. Merritt Said the chlildrend could :add vastly to the glo rious historiv of the flag Australia was a young country, and *a great deal depended upon the children, anid' the slhould giLe? due attention to this day. He advised them to: do their blest to keep tlihe flag flying. The Rei..Mereditli Davies believed that all true religion included the ele ment of patriotism, and 'vice versa. They owed to England all that was best in tlieir'lives. When they saluted the flag, they openly proclaimed that, though they were self-governing, they cherished 'the great Empire. If a hand was~ raised against Australia it was raised again...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

CANTERBURY. Empire eve to Canterbury is what the carnival is to Nice: they are b6th festivals of mirth and gladness. Any one approaching Canterbury station on Saturday evening could not help but wonder if the scene unfolded to his gaze was allied to the fairy tales of Aladdin, or if he was suffering from hallucinations. From every. house there hung festoons of Chinese lanterns, and these, swaying in the breeze, cast reflective shadows on the dim verandahS; sky rockets penetrated the blackness of the heavens, and, bursting, emitted balls of coloured lights; crackers exploding perilously close to one's person, lIaving behinil the peculiar odour of powder; brass bands discoursed sweet music, and the happy crowd. of pleasure-lovers lent additional interest to the gathering. The public gardens were a veritable feast of light and colour, and the ar tistic arrangement of the lights almost lent reality to the thought that fairies would dance on the greens, -and thlat ghosts and sprites woul...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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HAWTHORN CITY COURT. Wednesday, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 29 May 1914

HAWTHORN CITY COURT. Wednesday, May 27. Before Messrs. Philpott (chair), Ardah, Duffers, R1oche, and Birch, J's.P. COMPLAINANT FAIL$ TO APPEAR. Stephen Henry Vine was charged on the information of Catherine Vine with unlawful assault on Clarice Vine. Owing to the informant failing :, appear, Sub-Inspector Jones ordered Constable Feehan to lay an informa tion, which was accordingly done. Constable Feehan gave evidence of the arrest, after which an adjourn ment was asked for until next court day. This was granted, bail being allowed in two sureties of £20o each.

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