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STATE SCHOOL 2948—AUBURN Election of School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914

STATE SCHOOL 2948--AUBURN? Election of School Committee. On Wednesday,- March 4, 1914, a leeting of parents, was held -ii the Auburn school for the purpose ,of :lecting seven members as a .School committee, to succeed tht: which re tired by effluxion of. time\': . We regret to say. that the meetmig was small one. The Head Teaclihe; Mr. Short, 'aas in the chair; 'and asked Mr. J. C. Morrison, the ex-Chaiirman --of Comminit?,ee to giy e a brief t eport lto the meetineig! . .. Mr. Mortiso readl. the alacide sheet -f tlhe tiird:,ear:, ,alid statedl that -tliere. : cias a r:edit balaance of is .5l at. the eid l'of theni te m: This ?eferred .tob money raised by -the Co1ititee?nlide.liepedued byd thlem-in various wayas;, in connecition a ithlihe school, but hliad: nireferenice to the mona raised a t theli: Baziai ini. last October::.::?:: : : A: brief: fipbrte :taas also read; inl hliclih sipecial refe?ience weas a'inde off the; g'eat assistangce tendered by ilie Hon. -,George :-Swinburnie...

Publication Title: Hawthorn And Camberwell Citizen
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DRILL SHIRKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914

DRILL SHIRKERS. The following cadets .were sen tenced to twenty days' confinement at the Queenscliff fort, to make up their drillf:--Harold Geo. Addison, D: P. R. Allen, Jas. M. Bennett, Jos. Rowe, Harold Dkvis (twenty-five days), Edward Pellett, Oswald Foote and Charles W. Robertson... James Byrnes, a middle-ag~d man, was charged with having used insult ing. language, and with having re sistedl the police, : Arthur Edward Vernon Lotto, com mercinl :: epresentati've, Menzie's •Hotel ;.Melbourne, said that he was iln: the Railcay Hotel on Saturday fiigliht hen Bvrne approached him, ;and said;," I have taken a liking to you) Come home with me. I have ilenty. of .:drink." He replied that he did not know By rne. from " a bar of soap,"' arid refused the invi tation.; This did not suit Byrne, who piessed -the .invitation, and put his arm irouiid Lotto's waist. Byrne fol lo0ed miii outof .the hotel into Bur, -ood-road, aind,. when he refused to go" home,'' :made use of insulting linguage.:...

Publication Title: Hawthorn And Camberwell Citizen
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RAILWAY PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914

RAI LWAY PPOSECUTION. Geo. Cmninmg residing at 9 Gar diner-street, F?itzroy , .was fined ios., with 7s. 6d. costs, for travelling in a first class carriage on a second class ticket, between Gleiferrie and Flin cders-street. : : . .:: . t'I;E.lMS 01' INDEI NIURE.- KRobt. Geo. Watkini;, jeweller, of Burwood-road, was charged -.with f-ailiug to carry out the terms of areement with ..regaid to his inden tured apprentice, Louis Geo. Edgar. Mr. A4 Beckett itppeared- for the complaiaint, and Mi Br;B ckhouse for the defenrice: Mr.. A ;Beckett stated that Edgar hadd been :apprenticed to Watkin for six- years, three of which he had served.. The Act provided that, when from. aiy reason it was found necessary to dismiss an employee, an employer could appear before a J.P. and show cause. "This had not been done. -On February 5, defendant -wrote to the-boy's father, stating that he wvas unable to employ him .any longer,. as he was. unable to guaran tee his wages.-. When the Inspector went to defe...

Publication Title: Hawthorn And Camberwell Citizen
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ORDINARY BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914

ORLi\DtNA,, I3IJS?NSE:i?]},SS.- :S IThe engilieer?i: 'as instructed to hi\ve. repaiirs' effected to :Evansdalel' road; , oin the -otion 'ofC.: Sdhwverin; the question of suistititing orderly1loys to clean the streets instea-d of mnien was referredl- to Gelieral Euirposes Commiittce.e Cr: Burtoinreferred to. condition fd block of: schist rock and slope below cutting in Glenferrieroad south. Re ferredto committee for report. Cr. Schwerimi -refeired t6o tlie de sir'ability of providing pubic con veniences ii eitlier Burwood or. Glen- ferrie-roads. The Mayor presented a petition signed by G. Roach and fourteen others, requesting the Council to pur chase land known as Heaslip's- land in Morang-road.-Decided, that..the sum of £300 be offered for 532feet of land. On the motion of the Mayo, the question of providing rubbish recep tacles at State schools was referred tp General Purposes Committee.

Publication Title: Hawthorn And Camberwell Citizen
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BURWOOD TO MELBOURNE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914

BURWOOD TO M1EILBOURN-E LINE. On' Wednesday -night,, the Haw thorn Council adopted the" recom mendation, of the :confeirelicefor. the construction of *, ai :electiic tramway from Buriwood :-'to 'Melbouirne, vaia Swan-street; -::Richmondi and lppon ted Crs. Wood'-and Nolan as repre sent. ives of thet Council: oi thel Trainway ' Trustf twhich? is b-being formed by tlhe municipalities of, Mel bourne, Richioniid, . ;Hawthorn, aiiid Camberwell to ? take-over- and :elec trify the Hawthorn: horse tramiway, and extnd :the line .westward to Mel bourne, and eastivwa?rd to Burwood. :

Publication Title: Hawthorn And Camberwell Citizen
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POLAR BEARS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914

POLAR BEARS IN ENGLAND. -We do not know why any man should claim the right to outrage the feelings of any animals he pleases, and keep them under unnatural and unwholesome conditions for his own purposes. -We are told that every year, about this season, the polar 'bear at the Zoological Gardens gives birth to one or two cubs, who, how ever, invariably die from pneumonia after a few days. ,The.experiment has been made -morel 'thaf" once' of handing these cubs over to female dogs to bring up, and the bear, who is "an excellent, affectionate mother," is said this year to have "lamented her loss with dismal, sorrowing-roars." The cubs have died, as ustial,. and we are told that the longest time a cub has been kept' alive is three weeks, and "that was achieved' bv Barbara herself." We certainly.. think ihe cubs .might be left with their own mother as long' 'as they live, aind we suggest that the keeping of animals under such-ab normal conditidns is tyrannical and .cruel. -- From the "Ani...

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COUNCIL CONGRATULATES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914

COUNCIL CONCRATULATES. At -the conclusion of the business of .the Hawthorn City Council on Wednesday night, Cr. W. G. Burton directed attention in the Mayor's room to the trophies won by the band in the recent contest. The Mayor (Cr. Barbour, Crs. Lord and Rigby, congratulated the band on achieving such a high position in the musical world, and referred to the forward move iui providing free band perfor mances through the city; -Cr. Burton briefly acknowledged the compliment paid to him. Cr. H. .Henningsen, who has re presented the Auburn Ward in the Hawthorn Council since I905, sent in his resignation ofh Monday. Cr. Henningsen was .Mayor in 1907-8, and was the Council's representative on the Metropolitan Board of Works. He has been suffering from ill-healtlf, and has been unable to attend regu larly to his duties. Nominations for the vacancy will close on March 12, and the election will be held on March 26. Mr. James. Mackay, of "Dun reay," 42 Harcourt-street, Auburn, announces th...

Publication Title: Hawthorn And Camberwell Citizen
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HIS OWN MEDALS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914

HIS OWN M'EDALS. The chief officer of a Yorkshire yeomanry regiment, while congratu lating one of the troops on its appear ance, made a stirring allusion ~to the medals worn by the veterans in the ranks. One of the men, a native of Wharfdale, 'afterwards went hume in a very thoughtful frame of mind, and next time he came on parade with several medals on his breast. Said the officer: " I didn't know you had been in the regulars." " No, I ain't," re plied the yeoman. " Well, how about those medals, then, my good ~ellow? They can't be yours." The man" promptly answered, "Can't they? Ay, but they be. My old coo won 'em all at Otley Show !"

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HAWTHORN CITY BAND. PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES. BAND OFFICERS EULOGISED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914

HAWTHORN CITY BAND. PREISENT'ATION OF TROPHIES. BAND OFFICERS EULOGI1SED. Over 2000 people assembled at the 'Hawtho'rn City Council's Sports Grounds on Saturday last, at- Mr Ed. J. Rigg's concert, when the Mayor (Cr. R. 'IT. Barbour, J.P.), took occa sion to present, on behalf of the Vic torian Band Association, the " Besson Shield" and the " Allan Cup," won by the Haivthorn City Band in the recent contests. In hanlding the trophies to - the President of the band (Cr. W. G. Burton), the Mayor complimented hhnim on the untiring energy displayed by him in the welfare of the band; and of the citizens generally. He also made complimentary reference to the able work performed by Mr. J. Booth Gore (bandmaster), Mr. Bourne (drum major), and the secretary (Mr. K. Kennedy). The'band had scored full points for marching and in spection, which reflected great credit on the drum-major. Cr. Burton and Mr. Gore suitably responided, the President of the band expressing his gratification at the grea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914

• -•?h:"7.. bk. ·I'., This is No. 77 Auburn Road .. You will find it next the Station. ... : 'Ti. here you will meet with a Good Class of I-DRAPERl at Moderate Prices. New Goods Come and Go. You will always find Lines you want-Goods you must have, at .:- ... prices thatwill please. Kindly patronise Your Auburn Draper :-::: : WILLIAM .CAFFIN, he will do his best to please and serve you at his grand little shop, at 77 Auburn Road, with pleasure, HATHERLI a HORFaL 361-363 BURWOOD RD. Hawthorn. /Tel. HOUSE ~a Haw. Importers DECORATORS Importers OF OF Paints, Oils, Mount Boards, Sand Varnishes, Pictures ouldings, You'll Find Our Prices All Right. Wall Papers, Artists' Materials, 'Painters' Window Brushware And Glass, GOLD LEAF, &so RENOVATORS . &c. SIGBT WRITERS MOUNT CUTTERS, PICTUReE FRAMDERS. ?:+:: -i Wholes CHAale&FaWM il B tcer THE TEA WITH A LFZUTh DrJECT. Ham-o-dava Tea : eesptionally Niee Flavour, and ail the Whole Ssale Pro:t is spent on "Uplifting the Ma...

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FREE BAND PERFORMANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 6 March 1914

FREE BAND PERFORMANCES. The Hawthorn City Band will give free performances on the dates, and at the places stated in the following list: Sunday, March 8th-West Haw thorn Gardens. Thursday, March 12th-Central Gardens. Sunday, March 15th-Power-street, (corner Riversdale-road).. Thursday, March i9th-West Hawthorn Gardens. Sunday, March 22nd-Victoria-rd Reserve. -Thursday, March 26th-Spo.. Ground. Sunday, March 29th-Central Ga. dens. Thursday, April 2nd-Corner of Auburn-road and Riversdale-road.. Performances commence on Sunday: at 3 p.m., on Thursdays at 8 p.m. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 March 1914

S MONDAY, March 16, 8 p.m. Chairman--COLONEL I-IORSKI1NS. I wake ! A walke ! - - The Company 2 Solo--Selected - - Adi. 'Duury 3 iinging Song - - " The Company 4 :Recitation--Selecled - -. - " Capt. Lewis 5 '.Quarteltte - Male Voices 6 'cPianoforteSolo - - Capt. De Vaus 7 The Loid's frigade- -' The Company 8Octlette--"They that Sow in Tears" 9 Solo--Selecled .- . . - Jro..A. Thomson 10 Oh! rho with me mill a Soldier be The Company II Recitation--Selected - - Adjit. McLachlan 12. Quartette - - Women's Voices 13' Forward March - - The Company [Announcements] 14 Wondrous Cross (Himmells) The Company An Hour of Beautiful Music. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 March 1914

SUNDAY Afternoon, March 15, 3 p.m. :" I Regent Hall March - - The Company 2 Solo--Selected - - Capt. Hay 3 " Break Forth in 'Praise to God" The Company 4 Recitation--" Saved by a Song " Adjt. McLachlan 5 Quartette--" Sweet Bye and Bye " Women's Voices 6 .' Solo--Selected - - ro. .4. Thomson -a @l 7· " Wonderful Stories of Jesus " - The Company 8 Solo--" Keep Your Heart a Singing" ,fCiss Haynard 9 fible Reading e [Announcements] i. '10 "Flowing, Flowing" - - The Company II "Short Talk" - - Lt.-Col. Knight 12 Spanish Chant--" Rock of Ages" The Company COME AND GET YOUR SOUL BLESSED, Sunday Night-Musical Salvation Service.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 March 1914

THE SALVATION ARMY CITADEL, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Harvest Festival and Thanksgiving. March i5, 16, and 17, 1914. CONDUCTED BY LIEUJT-COL. KN'IGH .T, ACCOMPANIED BY SNational Staff Songsters S A Choral Combination of 27 Headquartets' Staff and employees, under direction of Lt. Col Knight. SSUNDAY--Special Singing all day, by National Staff Songsters, at 11 a.m., 3, and 7 p.m. SMONDAY--8 p.m., Elaborate Pro gramme by National Songsters (see page 3). New Music. TUESDAY--8 p.m., Citadel Silver Band of 22 players, also Maori Haka and Songs. Gifts for the Festival will be gratefully reecived . at the Officers' Quarters, 29 William Street, or per any soldier or friend. Render unto the Lord YOUR Thanksgiving. Tickets, Is., admitting both Monday and Tuesd.'y. A. S. TAYLOUR. Ensign !. nbe, Vrint.. Hawthr... ii, FRANKS. Captain.

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HAWTHORN LADIES' SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 March 1914

HAWTHORN LADIES' 8WIM MINC CLUB. The H.L.S.C. held-.their annual carnival ini the Hawthorn City baths on Monday evening, March 9th, under patronage of the 'Mayor of Hawthorn (Cr. Barbour), Acting Mayoress Miss Barbour, president, Club, councillors, and many citizens of, Hawthorn being' present, everything being carried out in such a manner that no reflection could be made on the club f6r allow ing gentlemen to witness what our girls can .do. Much credit is given to the hon. secretary, Miss Ridgewell, committee and officials, for the manner in which theycarried outtheir arduous duties. Special mention is given to the gen. tlemen who supp6rted the club- by their attendance, which has -helped the club both financiglly and socially. RESULTS.- ,.. State School Girls' Race.--r, V. Fraser; 2, K. Crisp; 3[,E:.-Absolom. Members' Race (40 yards, -breast stroke).--, G. ,Morton; 2,' A. Ben nett; 3, E. Carr. -Forty-two seconds. Open Handicap.-l, Miss Rees; 2, L: Menhenett; 3, L. Cramp. One minut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 March 1914

TUESDAY, March 17th, 8 p.m. .PROGRAMME BY TlHE liathio rn Citadel Siluver Iand And all Holdaways. ! ~~~~. ':f;)77.7. .Opening March"Challenge" . . - ..:,': :B?,d'" Bells "Shall we Gather" - - _Holdaas Fdaill; "Songs of Praise" - -i Band Recitation : - ,Sister Kulei Holdwoay " The Army" - Bdd- . B Company Song - Holdawa, Fahily: "Rose of Sharon" .:::- B- Bi.nd Maori Haka - Holdaway Family (in Maori reDs ) " Conflict" - - Bad God Save the King! A. J. STEVENS, -Bandmaster;": I:::I ;

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The Tragedy of Panama. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 March 1914

The Tragedy of Panama. The story of the great intee oceanic canal is one of the moso enthralling in tile world of ro mance. It was lrst heard of in the sixteenth centw-y, and only now, at the beginning of the .tWentieth, .is it on the verge of compleAion. Thuw it is that on January 1, 1915, te .world expects to hear the sirens ol ocean greyhounds hooting among the peaks of the Culebra Range. During the numerous surveys thai have beene made by speculatora many thousands of lives' have suc cumbed to th, pestilent Panams fever, and many millions of mloney have been hopelessly thrown away. The bursting of the Pananma bubbli is one of thie greatest 'trgedies ic the history of finance. Instead. -o costing twenty-four mnillions; as wa originally intended, eighty in million were raised and spent, and then the company. went ianto liqeidation, not one quarter ~( the canal having been cut. It is now left eo America. to suc ceed. Finding the isthmus a "pes tilential bog-wallow," they buil' .. :...

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Saved Czar's Son. EMPRESS THREW HERSELF AT THE DOCTOR'S FEET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 March 1914

Saved Czar's Son. EMPRESS THREW IE-RIISELF AT THE DOC'OR'S FEET. A report which des;ribes the ope ration perfortmed by IP rofessor -Is-. rael, the Germarn-"le'wis'h surgeon, on the boy henir -'t ,theu Russian throne as a desper ~?!e one. is .pub lished by :a ;Belgii hll ier.' . According to thi?-s ri6le?rl nol Rus sian suirgeon -WrS is- :Osddil'to per form the "opera;ioi o Li':t ,ground that it ,'ias of cr- ? rcll: : cluiracter that it irarerly su:cheCle. - ??..: At the prcssinrg c:yi] t of tire Em press it ias decidedu to aserd for Prof . Israel;. wohiiOid 0 nam ihie conditiois for perfoiming the opera tion. Besidese ideri dini: a fee of £5,000 Profesrors Isirael requir;ed a promise that tie ,recent rmeninircs taken against thce Jers in: RiUssia should be annulled. - Tire Cz?er, jit is .st~ ie, ig rred, and -sent a Gcnerl to the frsoti? .r to imeet Professor Isr-l, rho was warmly irfelcoiied i l:tt-..i :e Palace. The E1 epress t-h ret he;rs eif at h.is feet and beggedu, iinn t(o sa...

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RECHABITES AT BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 March 1914

RECHABITES AT BALLARAT. Among the large number present at the Rechabite-conference this week at Ballarat , were-Messrs. W. Bell, J.P.; R. T. Chenoweth, P.D.C.R.; H.. J. Gunner, P.D.C.R.; R. B. Batten; W. \Vilson, D.T. ; A. Gun ner; H. Hurrell, and T.- Le Pine. iThe Annual Meeting of the Inde pendent Order of Rcchlabites was held this week at,Ballardnt. The public events in connection with the event begaii on Sunday, when a large num beir of the 1Ballarat pulpits were occu pied by prominent members of the Order. Thie report submitted to the Annual Conference referred to the fact tlhat fifty years ago the third annual meceting nwas hcld in Ballarat, when sixteen Tents were-represented, with a. total membership of 485. The Tents now, adult and junior, total nearly 500. The total benefit members, in chluding 367 in arrears, are now. 18,123, medieal benefit and honorary 6894, and junior members 7212, making the total strengtlh in Victoria 32,299. The funds increased. by £17,051 during th...

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SPECIAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 13 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. vertfsers have proved thevalue of ad ertising inthe "?Citizen" by their i=II?r mulde, I •:::.·~ _:; ?,:: :i?- , ,

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