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FRATERNITIES. M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 3 June 1914
FRATERNITIES. M. U.I.O.O.F. On Wednesday, June 17th, :the: =' Loyal Boroondara Lodge, M.U., held its 'isual fortnightly meeting at Mi.U: Hall, Hawthorn, a fair representa tion of members being present. The. meeting was honoured with the pre sence of. P.D.G.M. Bro. A. Clifford from' Mitcham branch, and he was accorded a hbarty welcome. After lodge business, and the initiation of four new ,members, the members, friends .nd- v ives assemble,d to'piar tici'pate~;~ : the syllabus 'item .for"the.: evening, viz.:-`" A Mock -Auction.'" P.G: Bro. :F Duncani officiating as auctiounecr. Several nicely-painted tiles, of various scenes in Scotland,.: were wrapped in paper, and sub mitted for sale.,-' Bidding ,was ? low. However, these parcels -brouightfriomn,: 6d. to 3s 3d.-/ eachl:k Tlihe?imonexo,. · obtained nwas placed in boxl holding:, the collection f0oi "'histmas Tr;eatr-, for Clildien a'ld, its aifial ibenefi titf: :o extend of l?r ll:'oti ngstl 6h, ': coffelect and refrshmeny ts amee i t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 3 June 1914
Bet -st Advertising Journal for the Eastern Suburb s of Melbourne. Business Notices. .~....:-- ---; VALUE IN FURNITURE of Style & Quality oy 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, we offer really remarkable value for cash and can arrange extended payments if desired. J. Perriman & Sons Complete House Furnishers, Opp. Hawthorn Town Hall. Tel. 191. General Engineering Co, i Electrical and i iechanical: Engineers, 256 BURWOOD ROAD, HAWTHORN. (NEXT TOWN HALL). And at 367a Post Office Place West, MELBOURNE. Tel. 6609 Central. DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES SUBMITTED. .,ELECTRIC MOTORS: GAS AND OIL ENGINES., AND ALL ELECTRICAL ACCESSORIES SUPPLIED. ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAl, INSTALLATIONS. C...
LADIES' LODGES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 3 June 1914
LADIES' LODGES. Australian Women's Association, Hawthorn Branch-Secretary: 'Miss Alice Burton, 142 Butwood-road, Hawthorn. Protestant Alliance ,"Friendly Society,. I?yal -Carnation?Lodge. Secretary.: Miss Aldred; 6 Tooronga road, Aubur :. - Ancient :Orderi f Foresters,- Court Auburn. Secretar;\.: Miss l'ni A. Price, 36.i?lburni-road, Auburn. Lo ia.`l Borooidaia Lodge, 4729, M. UTI:0'0O'OF Secretary: T. J. Austen; 7.i0jI Liddiard-street, Haw thorn..' feets ,in M.U. Hall, Bur woold-road on alternate Wednesdays. A.N.A . Toiwn- Hall, Hawthorn. Secretary T. "Rust, 33 Bell-street,. Glenferie. Victoria' Lodge,. No. 8,. United Grand Lodge of Freemasons-H. G. Garnham, Secretary, 27 Lisson-grove, Hawthorn. fMeets every second Tues day in Hawthorn Town Hall.
FRATERNITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 3 June 1914
- FRATERNITIES. The following;:local ifriendly socie ties meet' fortnightly in tlhe Hawthorn Hall, 'Burwood-road.' The 1,ciret-irys name: and address is given under each: Grand- :United; Order of Oddfel lovs,;JJimes ,Riddell Lodge.--Secre tary :;P; "iMcKie, 291 Burwood-road,. Glenferrie: Grnd clUnited Order of Free Gar deer; -.Havtliorin -Lodge.-Secre tary- .AH :: Hennett, 82 Rosebery -street,? AuburT. 'Independenet Order of Rechabites, Hawthorni Fents, Senior and Junior. -Secretaiy:: R.:,Batten, I8 Stanley avenue,. Auiiur. I ?ndepeiident Order. of .Oddfellows; Loyal Hawthorn Lodge.-Secretary:-- R. H. Hammett, 27 Liddia'rd-street, Glenferrie. Hibernian ,- A-ustralasian -Catholic Benefit Society, ýSt. Joseph s Branch. -Secretary : E. :.F.-Williams, Car mel," 57" Grove-ioad, . Hawthorn. Sons and Daugihters:of Temperance; Hawthorn, "Division;, ? Senior .-and Junior: -Secretary .: Jos: Watt1 Chau cer-crescent, Canterburyi Protestant Alliance- Friendly So ciety, :Loyal Glenferrie Lodge:-...
HORSE OMNIBUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 3 June 1914
S:.'HORSE OMNIBISE . i t: as iom tedout.in?.??etter -read a t the, e\?. Y CoueCl?'on' ..Wednesday thalit?t ifhis e blises vere' used to cater for'' thi at'i; e gli " ublic while the wor k of electrifying?.tle Kew horse trainl to. Victori-n Bridge is being car ried lout, onl?i .fourteen passengers could ibe ca'rried' ;eiey trip, whereas now twentv-ti~o :could be carried on the hdose cars.,' ,The matter was re ferred 'to the:tramways comnlittee for consideration..
Growing Sunshine in Bottles. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 3 June 1914
'--:unlight is the source of life it 'plnts aind animals and human be-. iigs. scientists all over the world ho?ia long been pl.eling their heads --'-inhopes of discovering some means b - w?hich the rays of the sun nmay - be utilised directly. \ French engineer by the name of Charles Vinter has discovered a method of growing sunshine in bot ties on the roof of his house. To stole up sunrays in bottles and change themn into electricity he uses two thin platina discs, one of which -is placed in a solution of hypochlorid of iron, the other in quicksilver. The sun shining upon the platina discs st immersed produces chemical changes which in turn generate . electricity-the great modern driving force. These magic bottles n ill store up sun energy in ordinaV daylight, and can be made to do their work even S on cloudy days. A battery of five hundred individual bottles exposed on the roof of a house will gather in -enough sun energy-that is, elec tricity-to run six large electric S.lamps all ...
CHURCH STREET DRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 3 June 1914
?.HURICH ST EET DRAIN. She :Hari thorn Citv:,Council. fo nwardlecd a letter to th i cw Counicil on usiidcl niglht re tlhe; Clhuich-street rairms- It -is l esoleclIto accept ithe inititin to' a conference .to be he ld ton ight (1.ridlay) iii the HIaw thorn Town Hill :td discuss the manttei and in se· 'in :attempt to iarrisvee, 'it-isettle initut ', pet.kiig, on~oi tl?e:questio r ktell`i 't:said:itsWdould b j; ?ise to :have .'cor?niittee i meeti:ng to chcuss tlie -lol ic, of tihe ? ew Counicil befoie at tendingi thlieconiference;id after the uiasili busineis s:-' ts .'iansacted" the council ,went into committee to prepare suggestions.
Why Nearly Everyone Dreams of Falling. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 3 June 1914
Why Nearly Everyone Dreams of Falling. Nearly everyone has dreamed of falling from a precipice, house ' . top, or other high places, but, other' than calling it- a "night mare," no special reason has been attached to such dreams until -re S cently, when- scientists exphlaied that it is quite a. natural,. dream, resulting from the habhit o?f -rehis toric man of slieping -iii tree-tops I when. Away from his cave-`or `'cliff or S lake dwelling. ; '. Whenever sight ov'ertoo': irehis toric man he 'da-ni'e:fot 7,roceed through the virgin foi :ests anid jun gles in the -dark for- fear some prowling night :e i'l it Iould kill him. He darc not .leep on the ground for the 's:me reasonin-so he took to the trec tops. -At the saniem time, he took great care not to fall, for :it was un doubtedly his dread that during his S sleep lie mnight slip ffrom his high perch and fall. thereby standing chances of bodily injuy 'and .also of falling near soime heast that would promptly kill him. Naturall\: w:...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 3 June 1914
This is No. 77 Auburn Road You will find it next the Station. 'Tim here you will meet with a Good Class of D?1)jAj-IiERY at Moderate Prices. New Goods Come and Go. You will always find Lines you want-Goods you.must have, at prices that will 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, HATHERLEY & HORSFALL 361-363 BURWOOD RD, Hawthorn. Tel. _HOUSE "/,-w. Importers DECORATORS Importers OF OF Paints Oils, Mount Boards, and Varnishes; 1' Picture Mouldings, You'll Find Our Prices All Right. Wall Papers, Artists' Materials, Painters' . / Window Brushware And Glass, 0OLDLEAF, &c" RENOVATORS . &C. SIGN WRITERS MOUNT CUTTERS, PICTURE FRAMEERS. CASAMENTO BROS., Fruiterers & Greengrocers, 167 Glenferrie Road, Glenferrie. CHOICE FRUvITS IN, $EASONS Phone 937 LHaw All kinds of Aerated Waters THE TEA WITH A DEFINITE OBJECT. Ham-o-dava Tea Sxoeption...
BARKER'S ROAD CUTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 3 June 1914
':h . ew .Council iecei ed . letter i ,pgise : ing tthe..proposed Soik x carieud out i B earei hI he 01k on the kew. side to be paid for, liplthe Kcw council thiee qu aiiers':and :i, oi:; e uterq ;w fori the viorkis dpioposecl oin theiHaw thior sideKc to pa n:ie-quarter id HIw tl th ree-quirters .Kew shill be eititled o`lireecquarters of the spoil:- cxcii ted ,ifny further iening is ecessary Hiwtlorn to ~~ ter114>i' "`Williams was 'cceptedfo tlýe widening of.Bar ke'. ish asulject3 otli appio val of the Hi thoin Couc[i; mid a clerk of woiks ill e ippointeci Ihe work toirds eectificatio ll probably stiit iy:inSe Itembr,,. ut dalready niuclh sebminar oralias been lone ! and o the;;bl ock='-opposite the uBchi Hpot6elVa~quanittiyofi ails and posts hae'been stacked in 'readiness.
FAIRFIELD BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 3 June 1914
:i-:. :RE IELD BRIDCG. Ai lltei :? :'is iead 'it the Kewi Couihn ci l on'I uesdij ' eeiiininr fiom the Heidelie~:ibouncil ?suiting that coun cil could'`not i?eseits 'ay clear to -bear I il tl e ct:ost" of .the ii'oposed'i alter: tions to the i'i'irfield i'railWaay b"idge ci'ossiig t ie 'ria ? :lhich .w:ould make it : sble ; b'l vehi&cila"r-affic. t:The lifoi r:(Cr uRiei saliid h:e. and .Cr: Hiscock iii id inter.vieedai. 6fficeri of the Piublic Woiks Depiartnien tt It iia s : lioped :;somie rii gemeint .would beifinde i-hich:i wold :solve the diffi. cult?.: i.. C Hiscocki:ld .Lthc Govern ment .,Pi:oposeil to.ii ke':a bouileaiid from: .Pi~iincess-stricet?ioiothli close:. to Willesniere=roil: ='and tle' leadiing dowi: to '1 hi idge to thlie west of .tlie rail "i; biudgi lie hc ril'iv .l bridge' holiev4ei :: ould bie tused is long as it was asi.a ilable
COMPLIMENTARY RETURN BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 3 June 1914
COMPLIMENTARY RETURN: BALL. " At ' -ell-attended neetiiig of tlhe guests at ti? Mayoral Ball': helld: it the ton iiha ill, ;iCamberell on. Frida,. evenimng las it-` ?'s unanimoutily 'de cidecli to mark the a'ipreciation ;of the hospitalit of Maorand;Mayoress "themi&lt;'complimnent irý 'return hal on I he folloýs i.ng, gentlemen v ::erie ap poin ted, anI execute committee td mike 'nece'sary? arirangemen ts I 1ir. Read, `Major ' ? G. IcCol i.'essisr C T '`Pitts H'.W' 'Bilhache H 1riser 'A J. 1uller` F PearsonpP' Mt'res J iChaid lick Tlt- 'W. Smellih (ho?:: seetari) ),al, .'':. iCoilai, (lhoinio ry'; trieisuir) ;
ORGAN RECITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 3 June 1914
ORGkN RECITAILi S'he sccondI inter;rg?in recitl % was goenintheAii ugustine ;;Coiigregiton^i hinuclohl onWe'dntdsae' lening listi b1 :the:oibrgmisttt~Mr S IL, 'P isonsi Selectionseeln givoen b Mg tireoi ,:cellir t mi-miusii~ll ';;itemsbii y . iss c 'i Holt , sopl i '"i ld M' . sJonD nsarl'tone. These recitt is contin e; to grow .i 'pop ri aid efficie i ncyv'*
PEOPLE'S PECULIARITIES [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 3 June 1914
PEOPLE'S PECULIAlti'IES There are scores of excellent people in this world who have never vet learned the difference betweeh work and worry. If they have anything to do, they seem to think that the only way of accomplishing it thoroughly is by .means of incessant worry--worry about the time, the method, the neces sity of'their task, until they have driv en easy-going and more tranquil souls nearly frantic. To some people worry is the only recognised motive power. and they use it unsparingly on occa sion. Who has not seen or known such a one about to start on a journey. The train starts at ten, we will say; the distance, less than half, a mile to the starting place, can be easily trav ersed in ten minutes; consequently.., a prudent traveller would leaveittwenty minutes beforehand, to insule ample time. But our worrying friend insists upon starting at. a few minutes after nine, alleging that the clock may b'e wrong., When finally convinced that the clock is'r'ight, he sits down uneas ...
my Some Women Do Not Want to Marry. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 3 June 1914
ny Some Women Do Not Want to Marry. BY THE MAN WHO KNOWS. "The married woman is a white slave." This about sums up the opin ions of various writers on matrimonial and domestic subjects, and accounts, in a measure, for many girle remain ing unwed. Pity, indeed, it is tiat such an erroneous Impression should :prevail concerning one of the most beautiful conditions of human life. Girls read this; they hear that; they conjure up the rest, and then they have a picture before their eyes of married life as a terrible state of existence. I am quite convinced that some per. nicious writers have a lot to answer for in this direction. It may be that most sensible girls pay but little at tention to these vapourings against matrimony, but doubtless, here and there, totalling up to hundreds in the aggregate, are girls who really believe all they read deprecating married life, and these girls do not marry. They dread matrimony; it is a ghoul to them. A great number of business girls have an aversi...
King Leaves Assailants in Gutter. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 3 June 1914
King Leaves Assailants in Gutter. ---+- When -the King of Servia, whose little: country?ilooked like applying a spark- .which was -to set Europe abliaze,:as: one: of the monarchs in exile ii i·: is lie .lived in a flat at the iery modest rent 'of £30 .per annnum?, H:e was' in those days a gi'cat;~ ;i'.tlite ,and boxer, as two mnaleif?aLdos : discovered when they u-i y=luid'bii'one iglit; `nd demand-' d' slii.iinoneysr lii. life . '"hey h ot ntLtheri ; .B:ut one of them got. the Iti ? iiiboo ; the pit of his sto iiic, h?.'id Peter Kar ageorgevitch, leaving :his ?:ss cilants in the gutter, reIisiiied his'interrupted progress. kini': Peter is punctual in his habits ,,:.iteat and orderly in his lpersonld - arirangements "' Beastly lil"': -:ias the precise epithet be 'st.o\iedil-upon iim by his- friend Cap tili (.: '?.. Th'e King once gave this i iuiii n list of books, with a r:ji esi.l th?it they should be pro cu.ircd i?! po ;the' palace without delay. C, ·.i1b i"i • careless, happy-go ...