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HAWTHORN CITY COURT. 30th December, 1913. Before Messrs. Philpot (in the chair), Roche, Gaggin, Birch, and Mason, J's.P. DEBT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 9 June 1914
HAWTHORN CITY COURT. 30th December, 1913. Before Messrs. Philpot (in the chair), Roche, Gaggii, Birch, and Mason, J's.P. D.EBT CASE. *Murphy Bros., v. L. Mitchell, for Li os. 6d., on account goods sold and ,delivered. Order for-amount, with 5s. costs. CHARGE OF LARCENY. A youth named 'Henry Bushy, aged seveniteen; was charged with stealing the sum of Li zos. 9d. from the dwelling of Stanley Victor Hosken, Stanley Victory Hosken, elec trician,- 44 Melville-street, Haw thorn, gave evidenice that he knew the accused, who was at- his place on November 22, the date of the offence. About i p.m., on November 22, he saw thie accused in his dining room, and had a conversation with him for some lifteen minutes;. he then left the room for several minutes. Before leaving the room, he saw the sum of •r 19s. lying on the dresser, I,? ios. of the amount being in gold, the balance in silver. His mother was in the room at the time. About ten minutes after accused had left, he went to get the money, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 9 June 1914
Nasty Outs and Bruises. O10THER AND DAUGHTER FIND ZAM-BUK A REAL BOON. Household accidents occur daily, es pecially where there are children. In such emergencies Zam-Buk is a real boon. For cuts, bruises, scrapes, burns and scalds, Zam-Buk is a perfect, ever ready healer. It is wonderfully cooling and soothing, and being powerfully an tiseptic it safeguards the injury against thie disease germs that cause urceration and festering. When Zam-Buk is used, smarting p sitops, inflammation dies down, and the healing is both rapid a nd perfect. Mrs. Yetto Green 93 Bourke-"treet, East Sydney, says : I have frequently had occasion to use Zam-Buk in cases of accident, anid it has proved a real boon to us. " One day my little girl Ada got her hand badly crushed in the machine, one of the fingers being so badly in jured that-the nail qame off. The hand was very inflamed, but Zam-Buk soothed the bruised places, quickly healed the finger, and caused a new nail to start growing. "Then there was a ...
A.N.A. NATIONAL FETE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 9 June 1914
A.N.A. HATIONAL FETE. The arrangements for the celebra tion of Foundation Day have been occupying the attention of thle fete committee of the Australian Nitives' Association for some time, with .thi .result .that a very interesting .pro gramme will be presented at the Exhi bition Buildings and Oval," beginning on Saturday,. January 24,:?and con tinuing on AMondaty, Ja!nuary; f26, afternoon arid evening. In the ovil a number-of cycling arid pede trian events will be competed for. The principal are the h .N.A. Wlheel RIace, 50 sovs., and the A.-N.A: Gold Stakes, 40 sovs. , the Sheffield.Han dicap, 20 sovs., open handicaps, 25 sovs., and amateur events for trophies valued at ,£18. 'TIhe total prize money iS £245. Special attractions will be provided in the concert hall. On die Monday the annual lun cheon will be held, and it is expected that the Governor-General (Lord Denman) will be present. Invitations have been accepted by the Lieutenant Governor (Sir John sM1adden), the High Commis...
A FARTHING FOR HALF A SOVEREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 9 June 1914
A F?ARTHLING FOR HALFT A S SOVEREIGN. . ::Frederick Jenkins was charged by an elderly woman named Anne Pene lpe Loughran with having stolen the sum of Ios. on December 23. Inspector Keigan prosecuted, and the defendant, who pleaded not guilty, was defended by Mr.- Back house. Anne Penelope Loughran, married woman, residing at 13 Kelvin Grove, Hawthorn, stated that on Decembeir 23 she cashed a cheque for £3, and on receiving three sovereigns in ex change for same, drove to the Glei ferrie Hotel in a hansom cab, and, on entering the hotel, she say accused, whom she took for an employee of the hotel. He showed her into the parlour, which was badly lighted. She then ordered a brandy and lemonade, and sixpenny-worth of brandy i? a bottle, and gave the accused a.sovereign in payment. The accused returned with the order, and gave her nine shillings and what she took for half a sovereign change. This she put into her purse in her bag, and; on arriving home, placed the bag in her bedroom. Ne...
HOW TO GET A POST CARD FROM THE NORTH POLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 9 June 1914
HOW TO GET A POST CARD FROM THE NORTH POLE. No doubt stamp-collectors will quickly monopolise the supply of cards made available for Australasia, but apart from their philatelic value, they will be eagerly sought by readers, sim ply as North Pole souvenirs. If Cap ain Amundsen reaches the North Pole these cards may become very valuable and every parent should send one card at least wanderiung among the Polar ice, in the name of boy or girl. As al souvenir it is worth it, but as a means of interesting and educating the young folk it will be invaluable. The publisher of "Life" and "Everylady's Journal" has been asked by Captain Amundsen to handle the distribution of these cards through out Australasia. Each card costa 216 post free to the buyer. To secure one or more cards, ask your local news agent, or send 2/6 in stamps or postal note for each card, addressed to T. Shaw Fitchett Dept. N., 376 Swan ston-street, Nfelbourne. With each card witl be sent full instructions how to send it ...
A RUSH FOR "CHEAP SILK." [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 9 June 1914
A RUSH FOR " CHEAP SILK." Anl advertisement appeared in our last issue from tile Ceylon ,Siti Co., Sydney, offering ten yards of silk.for 2s.6d. 6 1oi the infdrmation of our teaders, we reprint the following fioni the 'Age Wednesday-;: January PILES O1LLETERS WI'TH P . ...lOSTAL NOTES . MAN RIkEST-ED oN IK.RA.U?D CHARGEL " SYDINEY, Tuesday. Detectives 'ihave arrested a man named E:Eeii'fi ercy Liddle on a charge of-conspiring to defraud. He was remanded to-day until January i6. Liddle is a recenlt arrival in the State. Advertisements have been ap pearing in many country newspapers in other States, the newspapers in New South Wales oeing avoided, offering ten yards of good washable silk, on behalf of the Ceylon Silk Company, Pitt-street, Sydney, for 2s. 6d., the offer to be open only to January 14. T?he detectives saw one of the advertisements, and visited the address. They there found Liddle in a room with a number of country newspapers and about 350 letters con taining postal notes...
DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 9 June 1914
DIEBT -CASES. Wni. Btirman,: v. John Fraser, for 19s. 6d.,-amount owing foi goods sold and delivered. Order for amount, with 13s. costs. Wim. ,Burman, v. Louis Higgins, for the sum of i6s. 3d., on account of goods sold and delivered. Order for amount, with 13s. costs. Wm. Burman, v. Abraham Austen, for the sum of £5 is. 5d., on account of goods sold and delivered. Order for aniount, with I rs. costs. Gillies Bros., v. Charles Wise, for the sum of.Jr. Ic. 2d., amountpwingg on goods sold and delisvered. Order for amount, with 53s. costs.
POST CARDS FROM THE NORTH POLE. AMUNDSEN'S NOVEL PLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 9 June 1914
POST OARDS FROM THE NORTH POLE. AMUND.SEN'S NOVEL PLAN. Captain Amundsen who first dis covered the 'South Pole, will start, early in 1914, on another great ad venture among the ice. In his ship, the "Fram" he will fight his way across the Polar Seas, and finally try and drift to the North Pole itself. The cost of the great expedition will exceed £30,000, and so tar the full sum has not been raised. To quickly secure the balaunce of the money Cap tain Amundsen has adopted a novel plan-the sending of post cards from the North Pole to all those good people who care to pay a modest fee for the card, and thus help on the great ad venture. For this purpose a special North Pole oard his been issued. Purchasers may address these to themselves or their friends, and send ,them in a special envelope to Captain Amund sen at San Francisco. All such cards will be taken on the "Fram" right to the North Pole, if Amundsen gets there. With the consent of the pos tal authorities, the " Fram " has been...
Socialities. PERSONAL—COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 9 June 1914
Socialities. PERSONAL-- COMING EVENTS. Residents of Hawthorn anl Qunberwell are requested to suppbly any items of social or persOnal interest relating to "days at home," engagements, marriages, &c. It is our desire to make this column an interesting one, especially to our lady readers. The municipal officers at the Haw thorn and Camberwell Town Halls resumed business on Monday. The first meeting of the Hawthorn City Council will be held on Wednesday, January 21. Persons liable to pay income tax are reminded that the first batch of returns must be lodged by the begin ingm of February. . These refer to incomes consisting solely of salaries, wages, allowances, pensions or rents. Any benefit in addition to, or as part of salary, such as board and lodging, is regarded as incbme. Returns from business people are not due until the beginning of March. The Rev. Frank- Lynch, B.D., has been appointed chaplain of the Naval Depot, Williamstown. The Rev. A. Law has been sap pointed chapl...
TEMPERANCE NOTES. Selected by the W.C.T.U., Kew East Branch. ACTION OF ALCOHOL ON THE BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 9 June 1914
TEMPERANCE NOTES. Selected by the W.C.T.U., Kew East Branch. &i1- ION OF ALCOHOL ON THE BLOOD. In the smallest quantites diffused in blood, alcohol is a foreign substance, doing there no good certainly, and fulfilling n6 purpose that could in . any sense to be called natural. When :the quantity of'it is small, so small as one part in five hundred, it is in jurious, while over and above that quantity it is a source of serious de rangement, and, it may be, of dan ger. The parts of the blood on which alcohol acts injuriously are the cor puscles and the fibrine. The red cor puscles are most distinctly effected. They undergo a peculiar process of shrinking from extraction of water from them. They lose also.some of their power to absorb oxygen from the air. In confirmed spirit-drinkers the face and hands are often seen of dark mottled colour, and in very bad specimens of the kind the face is Ssometimes seen to be quite dark. In ;-these drinkers the process- of oxida tion of blood ...
PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 9 June 1914
SPROPERTY SALES. lMessrs. Coghill and Haughton report the following sales for the month of De cember, totalling £9716, the total for tihe six months being £105,599 :-Allot ment. Council-street, Hawthorn, £165, two blocks in Cameron's estate ait Halee, £32; block ill Charlesworth es tate, Mitcham, £131 1ls.: allotment, Lorne-parade, Surrey Hills. £82 10s.; W.B. villa and land at Surrey Hills, £1250: two allotments Albion estate, Box Hill, £90; block Hillside-parade, Gardiner, £90; two acres at Bayswater, S£28; two acres Mooroolbark, £35; eight acres Mooroolbark, £135 15s.; sixteen week-end mountain blocks, Hillside es tate, Ferntree Gully, £350: -:-e acre Whlitehorse-road, Blackburn, £90: five allotments Cambe-well Town Hall es tate. £402: 240 acres at Queenstown, ,£167 10s. lid.; 20 allotments Coleman's estate, Blackburn, £332; two allotments in Gardenia-street, £100: villa H.ar court-road, Camberwell, £670: lot 46 Hillside estate, Ferntree Gully, £40; eight allotments Fairy Hills e...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 9 June 1914
FOOTBALL. The Hawthorn Football Club hav ing been admitted inlto the Victorian Football 'Association, a meeting will be held at the Hawthorn Town Hall on Monday, i9thi inst.,- at 8 p.m., to discuss matters relating to the local club. During the coming season the local club will, for the first time, be en gaged in senior football, and citizens are invited to assist the movement by attending the meeting, and furthering the interests of the local club.
THE LADIES' TRAINING COLLEGE. Supplementary Scholarship Examination. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 9 June 1914
THE LADIES' TRAINING' COLLECE. Supplementary Scoholarship Examination. The annual gathering of the pupils of the Ladies' Training College was held in the spacious rooms of the College, 266 Flinders-street, Mel bourne, on Friday, d)ecember 19, and among those present were a number o flocal girls. The Principal, in presenting her report, mentioned the fact that it was now nearly ten years since :she insti tuted at the Ladies' Training College _the systemof separate jsiness-train.i- ing for the sexes. At the outset they had encountered a deal of prejudice, but it now seemed to be more and more generally recognised that this was the ideal method of training. Since its inception, some 6ooo ladies had enrolled, every year show ing an increased enrolment, and they look to 1914 to beattall records. They demanded a very high stan dard of efficiency, and that perhaps was the reason why their students were exceptionally successful in ob taining good positions in the city. The College is unique...
PIE EXPLODES, DIVESTING WOMAN OF ALL HER HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 9 June 1914
PIE EXPLODES, DIVESTING WOMAN OF ALL HER HIIR. Just as Mrs. H. Vanderheude, of Cleveland, peeped into the oven of her gas-stove, to see how her apple pies were getting along, one of them exploded. As a result, Mrs. Vander heude is now suffering from slight burns on the face, and her head is as clean shaven as a convict's. When the pie, which gave every indication of becoming a juicy and toothsome bit of pastry, exploded, it set fire to the oven. Mrs. Vander heude could not get her head away from the door in time, and her hair caught fire, and was burned off. Wlhen the firemen arrived, Mrs. Vanderheude had just pulled her head out of a bucket of water. - Great splotches of- the pie decorated the walls and ceiling of the kitchen.
HAD TO MAKE GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 9 June 1914
HAD TO MAKE GOOD. A student had been bragging of his various accomplishments, until one of the company, losing his patience, said : " Now, we have heard quite enough of what you can do-just tell us what you can't do, and I'll under take to do it myself." " Indeed? W\ell, I can't pay my bill, and am very glad to find that you can do it," replied the student. Amid the hilarity of the company the guest redeemed his rash promise.
HAWTHORN RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 9 June 1914
HAWTnuHRN URIFILE C1LUB,1 A team from the above club comr peted in the second of the 1913-14 series of the Quarterly Handicap Teams Matches at Port Melbourne ranges on Saturday, I3th inst. Con ditions were for teams of ten men, best eight to count, 14 shots at 800 yards. The wind, which was from the left front all the ·afternoon, had to be carefully studied, and marksmen were kept constantly on the alert, noting the differences, not so much in direc tions as in velocity. There was also a heavy mirage. Although the team did not secure any of the leading positions under. handicap conditions, the live top scores, with a total of 300 points, enabled it to take fifth place i the Scratch Fives, which was fired concurrently -with the competi tion. The scores of the best eight are appended : F. W. Earle .. ......63 C. F. Fitsimon ... 62 T. Hayes .......... 59 J. P. Barnes .. 59 H. R. Hamer ...... 57 A. Raw ... ........ 57 J. G. Abbott ...... .... 56 R. Russell....... . ,.. 55 468 Handicap.;...