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Congratulatory. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 17 April 1914
Congratulatory. At the conclusion of the court busi ness at the Lilydale Pblice Court oil Tuesday last, Dr. R. H. Cole, P.M., said that .he desired to congratuato Sergeant Ivey on his promotion to the charge of the Hawthorn .Police Dis trict. Personally lie regarded Sergeant Ivey as a man well fitted for his nosi tion. LilydalQ was losing a good bficer, who hIad londxfgood work, for which tlhe district was much indebted to him. Sergeant Irvey was an active and zeal ois officer, and in all cases in which lie rwas interested, in which le (Dr. Cole) had been called to adjudicate on, he luid carefully noticed that the sergeant had always fought in a fair and straightforward manner. He was a man of stamina and ability, 4nxd the Police Dep.artment was to be congra tulated upon. having him in the force. Pergonally he did not regret the trans for, because at Hawthorn he would be iii closer touch with the sergeant than if hlie was at Lilydale. He wished Sergeant: Ivey the best of success in ...
COMPLIMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 17 April 1914
COMPLIMENTARY. A fareiweil dinnerI was tendered to Mr. T.`1R Berriman, of the Commer-. cial Bank, Maminm, S.A.,on the oc eision ;ofl his.:leaf .thre .p, succeed M?;. IE: B.i .FMr~iikliiio7t flieŽCoin mercial Banki, Ha-wthorn,-- whlo lIas beeli ,PIpointed t6 the chai'ge of the Dunedin Bank, N.Z. The "Mannum Mercury ' S.A.; reports:-" Dr. Sprod, in proposing the toast of Mr. Berriman, said that he had been of the chief movers for the establishment of the Progress Comnmitee, and had helped ini any thing that.led to the upward trend of the town 2::He had also been one of the founders of the Rowing Club, aiid had bemi .cbniiected with almost every spor' in the toi;wn. " On behialf of those present Cap tain Arnold presented Mr. Berriman with a beautiful trave!Jing bag, and from the Rowing Club a life member ship medal of that body. "In responding, Mr. Berriman thanked those present for their good wishes. He said it was a pleasure to be on a comnmittee like.the Progress Associatioi, and it...
LIQUOR TRADE OFFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 17 April 1914
LIQUOR TRADE OFFENCES. Albert Oswald, licensee of the Raw thorih Hotel, Burwood - road, was charged by Licensing Inspector 3Ic Mlanamny with having sold liquor after hours on the night of 22nd March. Constable Cole gave evidence that in the early morning of IMatch 23rd he was on duty in plain clothes at the corner of Burwood-road and Barton street, when he saw a light showing through the window and door of the bar. ' He could hear voices, and bottles rattling. O'n knocking at the door de fendant opened same for him, and said le was not selling any liquor. He went into a room at the rear of the bar and saw a door leading into the bar opeci, and on going into. another, room at rear of the bar, saw two men and liquor in glasses. f Defejidait sai'd one was his brother in-law,, and the other a man lie met when coming home. I said, " That looks like beer in that glass." He said, "No, it's nectar." I then said, "I will have to report you for this." Cross-examined: There was ia glass on the...
Socialities. PERSONAL — COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 17 April 1914
Socialities. PERSONAL - COMING EVENTS. Residents of Hlawthorn and Camberwell zre requested to supplU any items ofsocial or versonal litierest relating to "days at home," Sngagements, marriages, &c. It is our lesire to make this column an interesting ose, especially to our lady readers. Mr. Tom' Rust, a popular resident of Glelnferrie, and secretary of the Hawthorn blraniclh of the A.N.A., is sufferiig fronm serious illness. A day or two ago hlis recovery:was despaired of, but .hlie: ~s no? improving. The: Gi-rld Masteranfid officers of thle Grand lUnitedOr;ders of Oddfel lows :metilast niglht sta the Oddfel lows' Hall,-Iatrobe street, to bid bon voyage to :e'-Cr Riddell?J?:P., of Hjawtlshoin, -nd to iark hiiis retiyement fih?t th] post of Gra-snd Secretairy. :A gie-it m-sar5 mernbeysa -td fiiends were prieset high appreciation wvas - ex piresed o"fMr. Riddelivswork0 for thd Ordeir, "inlide waN-senldered the best vishes of tlihe members in :his trip ito Euirope::. -:- ) 9-: :...
CHILDREN'S QUARREL. MOTHERS COME TO BLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 17 April 1914
-' OElLDREN'S Qj UARTEL. - M:..3OTHIERS COM1E TO BLOW.S. - Sin:'.:.married womain niamed Agnes -Dickinson. 'as chasiged that on thlo . 30th Marcih she did uinlawfully assanillt Nellie B: 'atrice 3McMahon;, marriied i omal a neighboui. M.r. Rigbv (Rig'bv aid Field) "ap" Speared for tie co? plaiintint and 3Ir.:.. 1F fo for -the defedi ant, i ho pileade&lt;d siet gknilt3. M .-r. -igby st;ited that his clint i~ ho: is a. married woinan liiiiig in Poriter Sstreet, and defendant, slh6 was ..a -hcighbonur, .also resided in Porter" Sstreet, On 30th March his. client's. child 'ias plavinii in -tho street, when" shilo amo runniini into the house cry ing thait she nhand ben hit bhy defendant's childH.:His client remarked that " You iniist look after yourself, and 'not come isirryin?g smc.'! Mrs. fIlcMahon, who, - aa studiis g a8ther gate, made use of. an offensive expression, and then struck his client ill the face, breaking iher glnsses and false teeth. Nellie Beatrice ,ML'ahon, of 3 ...
Auction Sale. SATURDAY, 25th APRIL. At 3 o'Clock. On the Ground, "BRA-BRA," No. 23 PROSPECT HILL-ROAD, Corner Fairholm-grove North, CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 17 April 1914
Auction Sale. SATURDAY, 25th APRIL. At 3 o'Clock, On ?the Ground, "BIt.A-BRA." No. 23-8ROSPEOT HILL-ROAD,. - Corner IFairholn-grove Nortlh, O.tJ'FIM ER.WELL. CO. J; and:T. I: iM (ill conjunctionu with J. C: ADAMiS) have received in structions ~fromn Dr. i. Freman-OGrein 'od00(1to sell by pyu'blic auction, as :Ibovc, '7..; . Land haviiing m ofiontage of. i ft. .'.: : into: ProspectR--ill-road, Cam beriell, by a dep~th of .135 ft. - do"':'-alog: Fairhlolm-gro~e Nortsh, :?-pon nwhliich is erected a brick :'vila ircsidcncc; bolntainiig 10 . ooiiiSom scullery batliriom, btro - paiiltne s :i id cellarette. .Thie positiol, beiiig only 3 iniutes' walk froim o he Camnberwcll raihty st;a tioii, and billn a corner, is specially suit able for;i :. . PlID?iESSIONAL M IAN, •1d shoild conmiiind .the attcntion of nimedical 'b r diiital iractitioncrs w ho re qiuiird .a ironiinent iosition 'and inine dliaSt ipossession.'i Tlme villa is well col str?ucted the orioois sliecially:larige and lofty, n?id ...
FOOTBALL. HAWTHORN FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 17 April 1914
FOOTBALL. HAWTHORN FOOTBALL CLUB. Hawthorn's debut into senior foot- ball was one deserving of great credit, and the residents in Hawthorn District should now come forward and give the club the support that is due to it. For a team to score, 63 points in its first senior game to 104 points, against a club of years' experience, speaks volunes for the manner in which they &nbsp; played, also reflects great credit on the coach and indicates that a bright future is ahead of this club. Hawthorn holds this distinction and after the exhbition given on Monday against Port Melbourne, the committee and supporters are extremely confident that &nbsp; victory is assured against Essendon on Hawthorn ground to-morrow, Satur- &nbsp; &nbsp; day 18th Apiril. What reflects more on the credit of this new club is the fact that nine players of excellent repute were absent from the ranks on Monday owing to being away at military camp, and other important engagements. Grea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 24 April 1914
i. . Mr...-.?... . .. OO. :( _ This is No. 77 Auburn Road ?. .-::- You will find it next the Station. :?"-/. a MdertePrices. NTew 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 aw. Importers DECORATORS Importers OF OF Paints, Oils, ifMount Boards, and Varnishes, .P icture Mouldings, You'll Find Our Prices All Right. Wall Papers, Artists' Materials; I Painters' " Window Brushware And Glass, GOLD LEAF, &/ RENOVATORS &c SIGN WRITERS - MOUNT CUTTERS, PICTURE FRAMERS. THE TEA WITH A DEFINITE OBJEOT. Ham-o-dava Tea zmaptionmlly Nice Flavour, and all the Whole male Profit is spent on " Uplifting the Masses." DOES IT APPEAL TO YOU? ASK YOUR GROCtER. Tadgell & Sons Successor to C. E. ...
Auction Sale. SATURDAY, 25th APRIL. At 3 o'Clock. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 24 April 1914
Auction Sale. SATURDAY, 25th APRIL. At 3 o'Clock. On tihe Ground, " BRA-BIRA," No. 23 PROSPECT HILL-ROAD, Corner Fairholm-grove North, O?AIMBERAWELL. C. J..and T.-HAMI (in conjunction with J. C. ADAIMS), have received in structions from Dr. E. Freeman Green wood, to sell by public auction, as above, Land having a frontage of 67 ft. Ii - in. to P.rospect HIll-road, Canm berwell, by a depth of 135 ft. along Fairlholm-grove North ulpon which is erected a bricl villa residence, containing 10 rooms, scullery, bathroom, two pantries and cellarette. The position, being only 3 minutes' walk from the GRamberwell railway stas tion, and on a corner, is specially suit able for a PROFESSIONAL MAN ansd should command the attenAtion of medical or dental practitioners who re quire a prominent position and imme diante possession. The villa is well con structed, the rooms specially large and lofty, and the fixtures and fittings quite up to. date. There is a coke stove with automatic hot water service...
FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 24 April 1914
FIXTURES. Oni thle .West grounds on Saturday tihe Haiwthorn Lacrosse Club will in duelie in a practice match. T f Trility Grammar School, Kew, will have a football, practice on the Hawthorn Sports Ground on May 3rd. There will be a preliminary run of the Hawvthorn Hariers on Saturday next.' The baseball matches start on Satur day, nd: the Hawthorn combination, which m in B grade, will play their first giade Ini connection with the Glenferrio Hillliecrcatiomi Club, a gymkana and fete will be held to-nmorrow. There wil be boaling and croquet competi tions, and other amilusements. The EHa thorn City Band will render selec tions. ..In the Association matches on Satur d.ay next Hawthorn nill try conclusions with the Prahran team, the contest t?king place oni Toorak Park. "Thle Britishl Football Asociation cornm meiiced its season last Saturday, when thl Hawthorns were deeated. : The first of a series of picture con certs in hid of the Hawthlorn Football Cliib will take place in tihe town...
OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 24 April 1914
OURSELVES. We have pleasure in informing our readers that the "Hawthorn and Camberivell Citizen-" has. been ap pointed the official organ of the Hawthorn City Council. We take this compliment in the most appre ciative manner, and intend to give full reports of the business of the council, together with suggestions and criticisms from- time to time. \We have purposely kept oiur columnls free fromi anything which could be con sideredl offensive, believing that those who give -so much of their vluable time: to the service of the ratepavers should lbe gien fll cedit for' tiheif honesty)l of?purpose;,ee&lt; though7 ,,e have -not--alwtv s I-; edor1rs ?d tliriaic'ic tions. It is oiitentioii to itniak?e: furthlie msosproeeniits in the Citizen '' with a view, tolmake it more w?v th)y ifofiou rapidly, increising circuaticton anid in due course the niatuiie :of these m:im: provemenits wils lie aninounced' to ouir readers and adverfi8srs. -;-:
HAWTHORN COURT. Tuesday, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 24 April 1914
:-!:Ii;"HAWTHORN COURT.. :-:. Tuesday, April 21. Before Messrs. Philpott, Roche, W. B. Warrington, Gaggin, Wood and Duffers, J's.P. The chairman, on behalf of the justices, extended a cordial welcome to Mr. Warrington, who was present on the local bench for the first time. Sergeant Ivey, for the police, also spoke in appreciation. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. Thomas Homer was charged on the information of Constable Terpel! with being drunk and disorderly on March 7th. -Defendant pleaded . guilty, and was fined 5s. and 2s. 6d. costs. VACCINATION CASE. Constable Munro proceeded against Mary Elizabeth Reich for having failed to have her chilt, Edna B. Reich, vaccinated. A doctor's certi ficate was produced, which stated that the child in question was not in a fit state of. health to be vaccinated; * she at present was suffering from skin disorder, and blood eruption. The case was adjourned for six months.
SPECIAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 24 April 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 vertising in the " Citizen" by their increased trade. You are requested to become a sub-. scribed to the "Citizen." A postal note for 5s. will pay for one year's subscription post free. Published every Friday at 438 Burwood-road, Hawthorn, Melbourne. -
THE KEW TRAMWAYS EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 24 April 1914
THE KEW TRAMWAYS EX TENSION. In view of the approaching discon tinuance of the horse car service, now considered obsolete for the growing suburb of Kew~, the drivers will shortly be in need of different em ployment. In view of this fact, the 'rramways Association forwarded a letter to the Kew council, which was read at the meeting on Tuesday night. I The letter stated.that in view of the contemplated changes a number of' men would be thrown out of employ ment. These men had been engaged in the work for many years, and had built homes in the district. It was hoped the council would use its in flueice to find_ _eploy?ment for them.
PROPOSED TRAMWAY FOR BURWOOD ROAD, HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 24 April 1914
PROPOSED TRAMWAY FOR BURWOOD ROAD, HAWTHORN. On Thursday morning, thie Parlia mentary Standing Committee on Rail ways inspected the route proposed for the electric tramway from Hawthorn Bridge to Camberwell Junction, and along Burwood Road and Camberwell road. The Committee were accompanied by the Mayor, town clerk, and coun cillors of Hawthorn, bank managers, Messrs. R: Beckett and J. K, Merritt, M'sLIC, and Mr W, M'Pherson, M.L A, and other representative citizens. The following evidence was ten dered this morning to the Commis sioners by the Mlayor (Cr. Barbour) and Crs. Russeil, Roche and Wood, on behalf of .the Hawthorn City. Council. The evidence was supplemented by Cr. W. Schwerin, secretary of the Hawthorn Dispensary, on behalf of various lodges. Also by Messrs. J.. Chalmers, W. J. Wenborn, and A. E. Whitney, the representatives ap pointed by the citizens of Ha'wthorn. The decision of the Railways Standing Committee will probably be made known at an early date. - 1. What is ...
THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 24 April 1914
STHE CHURCHES. Tihe Rev. P.. A. Rowell, curate of St. Columb's Church, Hawthorn, has received a call to Summerhill Church, Sydney. He will preach his farewell senilon at St. Columb's on Sunday. morning next. -Mr. W, Norval wishes to thank those who responded to the subscription list on: hehalf of a presentation to Rev. B3, A, Rowell, which will take place on Moiiday evening at 7.30, when the Rev. I)easey will, on behalf of sub scribers, present Rev, Rowell with a leather suit case. : On. Sunday last 8o Methodist mnin isters exchanged pulpits, pursuant to the procedure established by the Con ference of cliaiging preachers at re-. gular interva-ls.l The : \v. JR - R. Har coirt :lias beeii appoilited: to tlhe Kew . Circuit, '`id comuneinced his ministry by; iddressing a. large coigregation iin the Aubbisrn church. In the even iig; Mir. Harcourt preaclhed at High butry Gro e. Hiar\vestTIhanksgivisng services were conducted :at St. Hilary'sa East Kew, last Sunday. : . The Rev. 'A Steele ...
HAWTHORN RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 24 April 1914
HAWTHORN RIFLE CLUB. Under aveiage weather conditions the "Don" Trophy was advanced another stage at Port Melbourne, on Saturday, when I4 shots were fired at 6oo yards. ,Results were: 600oo H - yds. Hdp. T'tl. . H. Hamer..... 67 4 75 J. P: Barnes -. 6.. . 3 4 67 G. Giles... :.. :: 6i .?? .: 66 1. W. EarlOe. .. 6. 5 66 A. Raw - :; ?? :i. 5 ?6 3 64 .R Smith *.',-. 5 .5-a 62 C. P 1'it slmo . 13 4 57 W. McPherson 55 T'I Hay es :., . 50. 4. 54 J. G0 -Abbot : W)':-. "43 5. 48 I rthi: shotlid t oft -for the' .Barnes ', ITroph .sholiots at 6f6i iards--:be tween ·'Messrs.: Hiyes and Giles, the former iner on by one point, undei hanidicaij: onfditions, and thus takes the' trophy.. Thfeir detuil scores were?:_: Hayes-5, 5 4 ,5 -55 34, hdp-, 4"38 GilesT, 5,? 3,-, .3 , 5, : 4-32; hdlp , -: -7 371 :":::,. The mifembers of the club had a most enjoyable trip:to Gippsland dur ing the:Easter holidays, a match be ing fired at bloth Narracan and Sale. The'. iiftch ::with : Narracan.: took place on: Goo...
CONSTABLE EDWARD O'MALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 24 April 1914
CONSTABLE EDWARD " O'MALLEY. At a meeting of citizens, convened by the Mayor of Camber.well (Cr. H. Rooks) held in the Town Hall, on Thursday last, it was decided to re cognise the valuable services rendered by Cbnstable Edward O'.Malley; who has been transferred to Briagolong, during the eighteen years he was stationed in Camberwell. An execu tive committee was appointed, con sisting of the Mayor, and Messrs. W. J. Sanderson and J. C. Adams, with the town clerk-. (Mr. R. W. Smellie) as -honorary secretary and treasurer, to arrange for a presentation to Con stable O'Malley.
BURGLAR DISTURBED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 24 April 1914
BfURGLAR DlUlRlSTltBD. Whilst :pursuing his nefarious .avo catioi at the residence of Mr. Thos: H. -Woodroffe .,of Linda. Cresceit4 HI'iawtlhorn, a .. noctuinal, intruder b e canie ali;ined at thie liea-ivy treadl of ia ?oliceinain, :aid fled. Investigations shobwed that i -: quaiitit of jeiellery, which had been foigotten in the hasty depirture :of the visitor, iwho, how e\,eri, had decamped. with five sover eigns and some silver. Robbers-?ilsoransacked the liouse of%'ir.-L"Rym?in st6 expertt'?feV vill.ueStreet, Hawthorn, on Mionday afternoon, and cohfiscated seven .sov ereigns, which were hiden in a ward robe.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 24 April 1914
Kingo Bros. Art Tailors, 528 Burwood Road, Auburn (opp. Tower Hotel) Ladies' Tailor - made SCostumes a Speciality Latest Suitings for . Coming Seas: n. O-: WORK ENTRUSTED TO FACTORY. Business Notices. VALUE IN FURNITURE of Style & Quality I All prospectiwe 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 aor small rooms. Though we do not make a feature of tredit-furnishing, ive 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. Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, 256 BURWOOD ROAD, HBAWTHORN. (NEXT TOWN HALT). 'And ait 367a Post Office Place West, MELBOURNE. "Iel. 6609 Cezntral,. DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES SUBMITTED. ELECTRIC MOTORS. GAS AND...