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WHAT IT COSTS TO SHOOT BIG GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

WHAT IT COSTS TO SHOOT BIC CAME. New Zealand has its deer-shooting; the Northern Territory offers some thing in the way of buffalo; and there are various kangaroo-hunting grounds in Noew 'South Wales; but for the most par;t Australasin has little to present in the nature of hig-game shooting. Therefore, an article on the cost of making an excursion into. the nearest big-game country-that is, Africa-and the method and procedure on arriving there, will be of interest to those of our readeif's whose ambitions lie in that direction. Such an article aplpears in the June issue of "Life," just to hand, and it is al]so of interest to general readers, for it describes the picturesque aspects of the country, and the prospects that lie in it for the trader and thIe hunter. The author of the artiole-which is the first of three-is 'Ir. C4. E. Archer Rus sell, a well-known Adelaide man who put in three strenuous and exciting years in mid-Africa. His photographs are excelleat. In the.same issue of...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LADIES' LODGES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

LADIES' LODGES. Australiian Women's Association, Hawthorn Branch-Secretary: Miss Alice Burton, I142 Burwood-road, Hawthorn. Protestant Alliance Friendly Society, Loyal Carnation Lodge. Secretary: ·Miss Aldred, 6 Tooroniga road Auburn. ; Ancient Order of Foresters, Court Auburn.-Secretaryv: Miss M. A. Price,?,6 Auburn-road, Auburn.. Loval Boroondara Lodge, 4729, M.U.I.O.O.F.-Secretary: T. J. Austen, 70 Liddiard-street, Haw thorn. Meets in M.U. Hall, Bur wood-road, on alternate Wednesdays. Victoria Lodge, No. 8, United Grand Lodge of Freeniasons-H. G. Garnham, Secretary, 27 Lisson-grove, Hawthorn. Meets every second Tues day in Hawthorn Town Hall..

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNLAWFUL ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

. UN' :: NLAW.?F O?L ASSAULT. . S: Holly was charged with unlaw fuillly issaulting W. :M'Lane on.' 20oth March. :;Porteri ; . W. M'.Lane, Auburn, re membeered the date in question. The 8 .3 .train'from iMelbourne came into the 'platform, aJnd the gate was shut. / The -accused tried to push through the o:.'utgoing passengers to get on to the platform, but was asked to stand -back. He, the porter, turned away, ..nad received a blow on the head, and, . turnirng around, got some more. He caught hold of the accused, who said .he was sorry, and that he wanted to catfch the train. :-iMr. Philpottasked why this delay : of: two.inmonths, and was answered by :the solicitor to the effect that it was owng, to: reports going to and from :- the 'authorities. As it was a public d." epartment, the jistices should know w"lhait the ioutine was: - S :Geoige- -Bonius;:: assistant-station mnaster ati Abbura;: saw: Porter M'I.ane ;holding thli acc'used iby' the arm to previent fiurther biobirs. -:: Emmaj...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A YOUTHFUL CRIMINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

A:Y:-: YOUTHFUL CRIMINAL. :: :.Altlhough olilv.fifteen years of age Jolin Henry Baker has managed to csowd .into his young life many epi s:'osdes in his endeavour to emulate tlhe .:'Ti)ystical exploits of Bill Sykes. Re centl. he was: caught in the act of robbling thi Kew: railwsay station,- and .,?fort;his ')offen?. i as awaided three months impisonmient at the Chil ?le or t (1W hien duts in Dent ina kscet-.Kess t-fLoui o clock one m??or n? .r.n fee ntl.,s tWo b consta b les - itino ? seeru?lSfi ghft?i!s 2in i th e office S,:of. :the,,lkew\:' station-- S1lpping out teir ,o11erste cauiitiously crept tow ard the builcin' heng it was dis ri- ed?.indowl had, been broken, a?"d 1?tlhe. iitriid had thus gained en ::<trance?? ne-of.the constables re miinmned on .w atic,-and the other has tn?i6ed t thii?-residenc 'of the station maistfer ind api rised him of the burg :,:larious en.tir?;. .On a search being made :- ,thEibo, wvas discovered crouching be : e:. th R counter and was s...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

R AILWAY PROSEOUT~ION. Lilian Hessiner was charged with an offence under the railway by-laws. ; Thomas J. Maloney, inspector, said the lady was sitting in a first-class carriage, and had a second-class ticket Sfrom Ringwood to Auburn. She ex cused herself on the plea of being in a hurfry, and of the intention to pay excess at her destination. A fine of Ios., and 7s. 6d. costs, .wa.s iimposed. : 'Percy Read pleaded guilty to tra - velling between Melbourne and Cam berwell on i8th April without a ticket. Fined ibs. and 5s. costs. -':.... Sydney W. Cheaney was charged .with having travelled between Mel mourne and'Auburn on 25th April, without a ticket.. ,. Ticket-Checker Downe said the ac cused was in a first-class carriage,. , with no ticket. He gave a wrong :':name and address. i:.Probation-Officer Langley said the young fellow had a lift accident just Sbefore he left England. He could do his woirk when he wds told what to :do, but if things went wrong he didn't know what he was doin...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOORONGA-ROAD BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

TOORONCA-ROAD BRIDCL. SLetters were read at the council meeting from the Tooronga Progress Association, Co-operative-Brick Works and City Brick Works, pointing out the disadvantages of having the road closed for traffic. The road was used a great deal, and it was hoped steps would be taken- for its maintenance. TIhe Cityv'Brick-i.Wdrks offered to re move portion of )the old bridge and re-erect it, dixerting the.traffic through their-propelrty. - If the council would agree to erect a temporary bridge, the company w;ould give £50 to the cost, and also:guarantee to close the bridge at five o'c!ock. Cr. Burton said the idea was to move portion of the old bridge and erect it about 80 ft. away on the east side. The Auburn Brick Company would give.£3o towards.the cost, and these people would be greatly obliged if the council would do something. He had pointed out the liability, and they were quite willilig to accept the whole responsibility if any means could be de\vised whereby they could...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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ALLEGED ILLEGAL DETENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

: ALLEGED .ILLEGAL: DETEN TION. !:.: Williami. Miller, versus Henrietta R: - ead-laim': for sideboard, Sewing m:aiin'chine, and gas-stove. ::::Mr :L. L.:: Corr appeared for plain : tiff, ainid Mir Rylah for defeiidant. William Miller,' Burwood, labourer, ,:' said he ` was married in Februiary, ,1910~ :ig' Piioir to his marriage he was hving fh'th his mother at 32 Brou gha~~-street, Kew, and supported his other. ;Whilst living there he bdtoght ? he: ':a r'ticles' mentioned. When his moither .was dying, he spoke to her f!sfaib -lothis'property, and alsoto the de fn l.?at, who replied, "You can't -"-getthe things until you show the re ceipts." When the will was read out he claimed his property, and Mr. : Rylah, solicitor, told them to settle the matter among themselves. When spoken to the defendant called plain . .tiff "everything she could lay her . tongue to." Cross-examined: He thought the S gas stove was bought in i9Io, but it may have been bought in 1906. He was surprised to see a...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

.FRAUD. ::Nellie ?Farr was cliah ed with try ingto gta ticket for two-thirds fare ' whenshe s?oiufld hiave paid full fare. S.:?There wias no appeaiance of de fendant, wvhq :forwarded 'a latter, * .-.stating :.thlit, th"iough ai misapprehen : :sionI?she had: offei?ded:. .: :: ClrarleSO Connor, enimployed by the S. Railw a: Departinent, said :a declara tionc:ianme iin from Miss. Farr, about w.: lhiclh thei; officials were- suspicious. :. On making enquiries it: was discovered - lier salaid;,. nas ~ 5i~{f ie ear, and not - £,?.65j the. litteri -imount allowing a ticlet to .be isueCd lat to thirds fare. : ;Williarm .:Wliei 'gssuedd the ticket to :.defindanit The" fth. was signed S b~: the rubbei~ stamp of 'the Alliance -- "isirancei Company n:iil iniitialled. . l.Fined £i£ and LI 8s costs.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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BURKE-ROAD TRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

BUiRKE-ROAD TRAM. The rfifaice committee recom mended tilat H-w?wthorn council join in -with CGninbe~ilel in obtaining in ex pert -eptoit.'. Ci Burton said they did n·ot.wait -ta dilication of trams at the present-: He would support the Bur wood and Riersddale road trams, but he did l'noit feel disposed to put the lmurwooud-ioadl apart. T.hey had been trying for years to get a tram along Purwood-road, and they should first get that consummated. Cr. Wood asked what the propor tion of the cost would be. Camber well w(ould derive about 99 per cent. more than IH-Iawthorn, and they should certainly lIbar tlhree parts of tho cost. He was against it at the present, although it should be gone on with in the future. Burwood-road was the main artery to the city, and ,' , : -? certainly deserved a tram at the pre sent time. Cr. Sambell thought the fact of get ting a report about the matter was not going to affect Burwood-road at all. If all councils interested would pay their share all would b...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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ORDINARY MEETING. LETTERS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

oEiFRSd 1Ui'CWEDG ing .;thit p ne :erepresentative be ap pointed ito 'ittenild.coni fei'ence regaird in? piohibitin of btiiii'dmgs oin: lowvE· "linig lantd.: Ci. .Roche ino;ed, lcani rCi. Wo;od secoiided, . tltt Ci-S aimbel i -be ?ippointed delegate. :Caruried.1? FiTrom Towni. Clerk, Malveini, re iamending" bluilcing regul atio-ins .-f??'he: iMaovr. saidl he- indi Cr. .Ri?b- algt tended a c:. onference i?n ; the :.ma'ttei tihit: i?ornfing ?i, Hc elthoini ihs tened.to lthe viewss acivocti-ig tlie ~le" sirnabilit -of the :coboper-ition:on the paijrt of the Goernment inti ?et the mnat teri,; indlc lped it would be doine dur fi:g the coming' session. 'The Minister ipomised-l . to do his best,; and it :was nfiideistood :c Bil3i ;ans : ilre-id pi':e pared;.; :: i ;·- : 1oii .F i i-E ahmisy ;iegaiding pepper, trees in Victoria-ldrod g-igrdens thc iroots of hsW.\ichilie :ias < afraici wvouldh-u nderimine liis :pi6perty.-Cr. IRissell hoped the council would i?e er sagsee :to.p itt...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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BROKEN PROMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

BROKEN PROMISES. Cr. Rigby said lie had waited.upon tlie Minister in respect to the Amended I ocal Go?ernment. Bill; and it was holed the -.Bill would ;be :.presented1 duriig the ceming session Cl.i Russell; ias 'president; of the unhiicipal Association, said they had a2: promise .tlinat'. the-Bill would. be bir6tiglht foiwird last year, but it was iibt::. Theli?Thlistle :Bill:had been :pro imisid-: to him :b. thiree successive Mlinisterso- 1 Agiicuilture .With regard t the Coutrit ?t::Sewerage Bill,: that' was: bone the-e Municipal Association were anxioust :tget;jn. ,The pan.sys te:niin .vogue i:i'country centres was disigsting If?the.. Citabinet were not going to doi ':naiitlii?gihis session the Muincilp ii Association ;ould be urging cianidiates to Pairliament to: tpromise indpu?h ltheAklindifiing Local Givern mi-enit Act, : so th'rt the legislation uicl b li?brouhtlo {fin in: If :: Parliament hi'idetii-i I.:tlivhy 2might have got thi C6.nut'y Seiweirage Bill through, wh-iiiich ...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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TRAMWAY TRAFFIC RETURNS [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

TRAMWAY TRAFFIC RETURNS The folloming repobrt w1as read at tLhe council nmeeting on Wednesday :-? Weeks cidiig 27th Miayv nd 3rd June Cit" milem, 7833, 754" ipassengers, 66.324,6 65,6-8 revenue, £470 i7S. 7d., £453 I7s 3d lrevenue per cric niiule,. 14:427d 1 4 i388d:sr passengers pet car mile, 8.467, 8.691..J' The totals for :tlh h fi:tnight were: C'ir miles. r*,387. ;,p.sse?gerts i13 r324; revenue, £,923 I4 s.- rod. mirexenue :per car mnile;, 14.408d. passengersper car niiey: 877 ro:.T6ta:l to date:-Car m-iles,:,o 7,99~9 , passengers, 3,i 95, 686.; revenue, £23,750, is, 9d.,; re-: \enuie pedi' ca mile; 13.973d. ' passen gLrs per car iinile, 833.-.. - -

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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ANOTHER LATE SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

ANOTHIR LATE SITTING. Probably owing to the accumnula tion of business attendant on the ad jouned counicil nieeting, the business at the usual meeting on Wednesday night wa's not concluded until after Ii o'clock.. Stairting a few minutes late, the council tient into committee for aibout half-an-hour to discuss the. Churclh-street branch drain question, the public bjeing'i admitted shortly after eighlt o'ciock:.: Cr. Burton at last got upon Iis .fet~t and ith evident exas ;periatioi? ??m?rked- "jI am not going ;tosto@s , era'h?ll nigh~t. It is eleven .o.clock'?c tl.,me.we kniocked off. It ;is'not g ifiir thing? -'He also -moved the'idjuin fmenif:to'fliteieeting, which C iWo odisecodeldi-ut after a little discussioin-iit aI.s resollvQ 'to go into comminiitte.e [h'e Magorswiasnot eager to gb "iinto'jicdiniitte?e;: statiig he: did noli wish to heasi- three or four.speeches fiom e'iclh cfictli . lo

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FREE LIBRARY LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

FREE LIBRARY LECTURES. The first of the series of free iib rary lectures in connection with the City of :Hawthorn Public Library will be held in the Hawthorn Town Hall o Thursday, June 18. His Worship the Mayor (Cr. R. T. Barbour, J.P.) will. preside. " As You Like It," by the Mel bourne Shakespearian ;Society (ar ranged by Miss Roge Seaton). The story of Rosalind and her devoted cousin, Celia, and how the two fair princesses masqueraded in the Forest of Arden. Miss Rose Seaton (Rosa lind), will be assisted by Misses Maud Joliffe, P. Barnett, N. Wintersen,. A. Neighbour, and Messrs. Rodway Gainford, Stanley Henry, G. Colin Grove, Tristan Busst, C. Doherty, Geoffrey Deane. The dance in the last act, by pupils of Miss Green. Music in tlhe last act specially comn posed by Miss A. Neighbour.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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FOOTBALL. HAWTHORN v. NORTHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

FOOTBALL. HAWTHORN v. NORTHCOTE. Hawthorn journeyed to Croxton PBark last Saturday to meet Northcote. There was a very .small attendance. Northcote opened the game by'at tacking and very shortly after the bounce Jackson scored first goal for the home team, This player immedi atcly followed up, and through Larkin (Hawthorn) falling he was able to score second-goal. dn the bohnce Gibb passed to Chapman, who raised two flags for 'Hawthorn. Free kick to -Moore, who kicked well up, but a bit shsort. However, Jackson picked ball, and snapped his third goal for 'Cotes. Wilkinson then passed to Salvado, who bagged Hawthorn's second goal. The remainder of the quarter was a good, eved one, although througlih this and the balance of, the game good play was to a certain extept spoilt owing to the players being uitabi to keep their feet, as the ground was very slippery. Quarter-time Scores. Northcote, 4 goals 0 behinds-24 points. Hawthorn, 5 goals 6 behinds-21 points. The second term saw A?awtho...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADJOURNED MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

kDJOU1NED MXlETING. ;.h :ii nitce' cmmnittee :recom inend.ed 'itie lasi?meetii- that '.the c:ttle i:spctoie s p ; eport be' adopted, inlitis ~w~a :sde'Wlt ithitli- edniesday inight s meeting. I J spealing on011 the stiis . Cr.ig )v.,?fered iieco t the inaclequiacyi f i.the -ine; ilflicted 'foi: wandering tock offences. A resolu htionhi'iad. beeni made not. to.p.rosecuite 1i rst offen ders,; but ltheie were: twenty fiue head 'otf. cattle prosecutied during, :01th mon?tli '-Thi. belonged ýto a nuni ber. of owiners ', a te'lithetes airiounited :to'i 71/ pei lhead.: -,Cdmlaiimts :had biei miaade libout 'alindeeriini stocb, andi, unless the jiustices ,punished :.thle offenli-eis; it ' ais little: use: tryigng to )protect public, pioperty :- The Mayo . ': . We iave. no control ovei the bench. Cri.: Russell said lthit. unider thei Local- Government, -Act the council iadl pposdito fix a: minimum'ii fiine:i He, mOns id the m?tter Ibe;refer?id bacik .tt tl~ commit te hwe,.hicih m'otio? iwas c...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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GENERAL NEWS. CAMBERWELL ASSAULT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

CENERAL NEWS..-: ,.: CAMBERWELL ASSAULT CASE. Trhomas Cecil Rudolf Brack, who was sentenced on May 12th at the Camberwell Court for, unlawfully as saulting his wife at the conclusion of a maintenance case to three months' imprisonment .iith hahd rlabour, has aiplied for a ieview of the sentence on the groind of undue severity. He has beeni liberatedii o?l bail::I: IALLEGED: ,SLANDER:. i[n the CGout' fiCout list v .eek Malbel Alice 'Dekrick of oGlen;:Te~ :Gaidens, Hawmi;sthorini claimed £9 o'fromn James WVallice traimsav mbpo ye, of Hnaw thori for allegle Evidenice n as given m?ii impropriety with Wg li a see lab' deiecliiinn the words a i6biiiif ininendob, ethe i cijasion being privileged Afte- e-i al h hearing :JI u Wgis. e ?Sf : founid i? .;erdict for the.idefenian'[t ; A:: stay- ofseven days EINDA. ?C ESOENT;ROBBERY. Oia Frdiyda t between the, hours of" and , bu ars ransacked Craig Neil ' Li resceiat, Hawthorn, the i?:eside{nce fi oMrsAlges Thomlp soni Whils th sesants aVere en a...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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KOOYONG JUNIOR LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

KO0'ONGC JUJNIOR LEAGUE. Last Saturday Tooronlgas journeyed to Xavier College, and defeated Bal mnoral, the final scores being :-Too rongam, :15 goals 23 behinds Balmoral, 6 goals, 11 behlinds. Toorongas were toio superior to-their opponents their marking and general play being good, buit their goal-kicking was erratic. This is thll only fault with the team now , they want plenty of . kicking pracitice. The e oal kickers were : T aylor (6), Turner .(3), Shaw (2) Bruce Weatherall Clinch :and Uarver han, uhbile they Were best served by Weitltherall (the star. of the day) Tay lor, Kelton, Bruce Reid, MicOrake, Gates, Willcocks' and Tick. Bal: moral's goal kickers wre--Laidlaw (2) Gray (2), Sullivani and Kane. To-mor row To.roongas play Camberwell Gramnmar School gr:ound near Shenley station, and iat requested to meet at 2 pu.s sharsp at Rosneya' Hotel. Tlhe thlree ?siops tadjoining Kellett's agency .in ;:High-street 'asre nearing completion and the 'doublestory pre mises lenhai?cetie a...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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SECOND MATCH. HAWTHORN v. ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

HAWTHORN v. ESSENDON. The match,. Hawthorn v. Essendon, was played on Monday last, at Essen don, in the presence of 3000,spectators. The weather was ideal, and this prob ably accounted for such a large attend ance. Essendon again exhibited their splendid system and superior play, and defeated Hawthorn by 62 points. Al though the win seems an easy one, the game was at times strenuous, and the winners were fully extended-in fact, the third quarter was in favour of the locals, who scored six points more than their op'ponents. However, in the last quarter Essendon completely rattled their visitors, and added 7 goals to 2 goals, the final score being : Esseudon, 15 goals, 12 behinds-102 points. Hawthorn, 6. goals, 4 behinds-40 points. During the progress of the third quarter Chapman, of Hawthorn, col lided with Hanna, of the same team, and had the misfortune to break hi: jaw .This player .seemed to have a day out, as earlier in the game his ankle went on him, followed later by him injuri...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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CAMBERWELL CITY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 12 June 1914

CI IAMBERWELL CITY COURT. Before Messrs. Birch (chairman), SRook, Philpott, Duffus, Warrington, Bear, Rome and Pitt, J's.P.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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