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AN EVENT OF IMMENSE INTEREST TO ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 17 July 1914
AN E\VENT OF 1IMIENSE INTERlEST TO ALL. On Thursday next, Jlly 23rd, a day of supreme ilmportanlce openls itself to the residentc s of the Eastern Suburbs a day t~ha;t brings with it uLdoubtedL opportunities for keen purchasers. As anuounced in t;his issue of the " Citizen," the Great Aunnual Winter Clea:rance Salc at the D)on Store, rail way statioln, conlllmences-collmlelnces with its unddniable vplues, with its enunciation of genuine bargains, pre senting *a difference in prices that is of inestimable imnportance to the care ful 1)uyer. With the object of effecting aln i mediate and rapid clearance, heavy re ductions will be made for 14 days only, in order tihat a record clearance may be made in a record time, which amontns to tile faot that prices have been brought down completely in order to accomplishl this object. In every department throulghout tlhn Stiore, th. reduction piencii will be in evidence. The grand oexpanse of show windows will present additional offers dalily, gi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 17 July 1914
Business Directory. AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE * ACENTS. BATTiEN & PERCY, Auctioneer Sand Estate Agents, 60 Burwood-road, West Hawthorn. Tel. i9, Haw thorn. R. THOS. CHE'NOWET.H, Real Estate, Insurance and Financial : Agent, Sworn Valuer and Business Broker, i43 Glenferrie Road, Glen ferrie. Tel. 324, Haw. HAMILTON AND CO., Land, Estate, and General Commission :Agdnts, 2i8 Burke-road, Camber well. Tel. 1519 Haw. E. O. HILL & SON, Auctioneer, Sworn Valuator, Glenferrie Road, adjoining station. Tel. I5o, Haw. H. MAXWELL THOMPSON AND SON, Estate Agents and Finan ciers, 64 Auburn-road. Tel. I153 Haw. BOOT MERCHANTS. F. H. GOLLAND, Boot and Shoe Merchant, 617 Burwood Road, Auburn. Tel. 1499 Haw. J. GOAD, Practical Bootmaker and Repairer, Estab. 20 years, Iz3 - Ai" uburn Road, Auburn. P::. McKIE, Australian Boot Palace, : 4o3 Burwood Road (2 doors from Glenferrie House). SJ. C. WATTS, Boot and Shoe Mer chant, cr. Auburn and Burwood Roads, Auburn. J. LEWIS, Leather and Grindery ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 17 July 1914
"LINSEE~iD COMlPOUND," of 40 years' proven efficacy, for . Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, etc. Business Directory. • MISCELLANEOUS. :" A. ABERLINE, Photographer, .. 'Don Studio," 72 Glenferrie-road, S Glenferrie. Outdoor and Indoor Work Done.. F..& G. WOOD,. General Carriers, 9 -:.973I Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Tel. I?? .:Haw.. : MRS. ELSUM, 99and 266 Glenfer S rie-road, Glenferrie. Registry .. ..Office, °: Schdol .Requisites . and -.Fanicy; Goods.": .-:. DEb BOOS' :.MUSIC :SHOP, 578 :: .- Buriwood road, (- doors from Au S:.- iburn Post-Oiffice), All the Latest - Popular :Music:. A H. BUNNING/ "IRathmnore" c l. :Cye ani M7:iotor" Works; 188 S..-:.Glenferrie-'oad, Glenferrie. Cars Repaired and Overhauled. Tel. : o :-o8 HaW. :.; . : M. .OFFAT: & PRIOSSER, Builders : aiid o Coitiaetors ,Wire Door-s and : Blind M:.. ,·. s:- etial Shop Fronts, House I:e.::':.; airs ,a :Specialty. . -Shop ant Office Fittings. Estimates given, S 86 i Glenfeirie: Road, Haivthorn. Tel. 839, flaw. -...
Appeal for the Mothers. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 17 July 1914
Appeal (for, the Mothers. 1' or veirs past the accoimnodatiost initlhe Women's Hospital has been tdotallyi ninadequate to cope with the :ni?iiibei of- patienits who recognise -in tliei.instituition .a lia\en , of refuge. Since .tlie iLnceptioi of the hospita-l: :over";??o,00 cases.ihiave::been treated/: and the tall) W(of 40baI6ies l.ho+n within 4hefwlills:last year-tesfifiessto the lelicieit' tireament these-: podi: inoth:reeeiseliv -e Aitteniong has lately beeili Ifociu 'ed: on the question because; of tle increased iiumber:i;of patients: claniouri% ii:for admission' aid :it h ias :beeni felt ..y the authliorities that .some iecessai alteritions. anid : additions : oioul l ha etid:i :'b effected if tlihe good : ,iVrkr w:as to be car-ried '::l ii the most up t- o date anid cotieine?ient man/- ner. o. alasiaisin ighli fifidsnecessary: Scofi;d lient :appeal )li as beeni made 'to , the w6?menfolk oftlihe State t6 coniri bute "one :.shilling: :.; aiiy public -pirited ladies haire ;take...
Alleged Housebreaking. SUCCESS AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 17 July 1914
Alleged Housebreaking. SUCCESS AT LAST. Hawthorn has had a long, unbroken series of daring burglaries, and resi dents were .bleginning to feel chary at leaving their dwellings without pro-" tection. However, Constable Mont gomery,' one of the youngest alnd most ithleticof. the local constabuilary, suce ceededonM a last in appre hending t do e brglais thus -iii ihit gthhloinouir- of the piolice?l 'Mrs IO'lh oflHildelrandt-cres ~cent:'halkoccasion iivesterdcayeto leave 'after : la?shorL absenc shiie was balarmed at:sleeilng clt'ol.men hurriedly deampi . iu'Stly:?'i calhmg f:oori assistance lir cries., i eieha b the: wo men in a milkicar *ilho set off aftet the in St9iiuer ~ Coiist?abeM :ntg oe y had ,a persoa Iintired in thehase ddand, sprginti-g .aftei the fgtiv. es; lie Sue ceededin ieffeEting ach a ?ue. With commfi dable "pi'omptitujde t:the'con- : stable?a ided his piisoneri to some x orikmen engaged on x. new buiilding. '1Th chaae after thg 6'ompanion. was th-n: rei:.sled-l but 1...
FOOTBALL. HAWTHORN V. NORTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 17 July 1914
FOOTBALL. HAWVTHORN V. 'NORTH MEL BOURNE. Hawthorn journeyed to North Mlel bouine on Saturday lhst, and after an interesting three-quarters, they were hopelessly outclassed by their for midable opponents, who simply ran away from Hawthorn in last quarter by addming 7 goals to 1. On entering the playing arena, North Melbourne welcomed the visitors on their first appearance on their ground" in a sportsmanlike mannlier by giving t hree hearty obeers. Hawthorn were favoured with the wind for the first term, and shortly after commencing Fewster, from a. free kick, was able to raise thle two flags. Througlh a piece of well-concerted play by .Jones, Condon and .Moran th-i5 latter, with a left foot kick, tried, bit was unlucky iln hitting the goal post. Immediately after Cornall, front half back, brought the ball well forward, and received a free kick; . Hlawthorn defended, but Hardy, passing to Gaid ner, enabled first goal to be registered by North. The quarter finished up by Hawthorn addi...
MOTOR COLLISION. NEGLIGENT DRIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 17 July 1914
MOTOR COLLISION. NEGLIGENT DRIVING. As a sequel to the serious motor col lision which took place at the corner of Burwood anld Glenferrie roads on the mornmng of Sunday, June 14th, whereby Mir. Pratt was severely in jured, John Alfred Brown, chauffeur in the employ of Mr. Brookes-Thornley, .and residing at the Commonwealth Dining Rooms, in Little :Collins-street, was charged with negligently driving a motdr car. Sub-Inspector Noble appeared to pro secute, and MIr. Cussen acted for the defence. Williamn R: Brennan, draughtsmau in the employ of the Railway Depart ment, stated hie was in Burwobd-road oni the morning of the accident. He Inoticed the miarks of the motor car and cycle, and, acting under instruc tions from the police, took nmeasure ments of the .various poositions. The niotor car was going m an easterly direction toward Camnberwell, a.nd the marks of its progress were noted, and certified to by witnesses. Fioom tlhe point of imipact the tracks were worked back until a litt...
ST. JOHN'S, CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 17 July 1914
:Onl Sunrda motnin Archblsbho .Clarke ledidedlicd ainew t :bayt:o thel St. John Cuchof Enigln Cam1 ,berieli ?argel, though the. energy ;: ofi the vicari th Rev Charles E. Perr); the one necessary, £1400, .withe ile ~xceptioni o'f :£400 borrowed, has' been :-aised: When'the structure is coinpleted t the iriginal design, it will be:imost ini6osing, but funds will not permit of any further additions being carried out at present.
Missionary Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 17 July 1914
M·is sionaryy :Exhrib~ition; .0 Mrissosilu E'ihibition- in connec tioni witlh;Sto..Coluinb's Clicih aill be he!d.ii St .Columnb's. l.all, frir"Jio July 2'5th: to 29t?1i:: MriBroomie Smilithl F.R.G.S., .who1 h'is speint::twenity-thi-ec o years in West, A'frica, iillt be pres'ent: '?Ii·s-Einsoad8 ."ill icoJnducts a .Ialestin. court; whidli is bolinmd to i e bf ,absorb : ing inuterst:- Thenithlere' iwill be illi?u--: tiations of thle:'i blk.ioi; Nei- .Guinca. anid Melaieslia: a. cA ilturcdabo'rigiin.al:' David jUsaipon, Asill speal.?4id sing' MIiss Crossly, recently- retuirned. fionim ndii, will gr:phically r-e.ite the vari• eus phases of Hnind isworslihip by :nificans of ai i model teniiple; iiud .lis~A r.siifildscl --Just back from T?ihe.Ohiese Einpii-?e. wiill tell of.; .tlise"diicds f tliaat In.: Choice and clicip ieedles oik, -nd all kindis of clhiisa-areie, ns1 1 be for :saliC toeletlerr with - la rre .assoi-rtnmit: of-. books: Tlhe wlie of-. the courts iill-blie furnished irwith...
KIOSK AT THE HARP OF ERIN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 17 July 1914
KIOSK AT THE H? RP OF ERIN: The Kew TTraders' A"ssociation ?w:ot: to the -councdil on .Tiiesday evening.: calling attentiono the'i advisalility': of erecting ,. tea. kiosk ait t lhe trimlinus of the Hih-sistreet t eetriec traim:a;nt - posite tho .arp of Euiin .oetl]: 'Their was a. fihnoe reserve close to t'he ten?l--t porary termnius, ' nd . mag idfiint ve could be obtiineod in thc: vicizityj.: AMr. F. Barnet supported the ]o'posi tion. Or.i McOrea considered it?'an:ex cellent idea, as conveniences should 1e0 placed within the reach oP f visitors. It wahs resolved that th6 Trvaniways and Reserves Committees jointly nonsider: the matter.
Only 42 Letters in New Chinese Alphabet. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 17 July 1914
S Only 42 Lttters in New SChinese Alphabet$ China is to have a brand new al I-. )h iialet.. As the present Chinese i:p;?it?et consists of 8,000( chaac .. :-- ter.;,thechahnge is going to e one of the nmost remarkable in thd lii' tof:::';rv:~ ofetters,. for thnhe uf-xl, i. -J .ict - w!::;ifll •contain on0,ly 7 fotytw iil e as eheea for ed to meo i: a . least eeight tho i d ileo - : . r:?'::(: (,?,-.-i !1 t-. o :.;(is :,]gizt j . -...,:.:. ltdleogr~ aans.. : .-.Then :thcey ~:,-." bein,',.t'o ras01 haracts s. H'i o" oly. : oueer lhinte qui rks and qulequeso •-::.'._. :ro~,ndP, sm .'ylable;-or.sme" ob.-. The stoidents cannot bc'ini tjo leairn i ithg to under '-tand aenyt h e r communmcate eveern ini he simplest-: :: manner ontil . the hIase memoli isead iiwhole lot?of . elise d eigl thinisnl:d :??? :·r·~~e.:-" d i o shoul-·.: reig ileograns. Then they eb gni to tiody in earlesth ouand hoivee ermv S thousand to klearn for evry one of the queer Chinese marks mealns sorime .:oinid, some sy...
The Dreadful Agony of Piles. ZAM-BUK SOOTHES THE INTENSE ITCHING AND CAUSES PAINFUL GROWTHS TO DIE AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 17 July 1914
~The-D reiadf ul Agony , ~of~ Piles. -.:. ZA 1-BIIKJ SOOTHES TJ1E 'INT SE I'ICi-ING AND OAUSES' A1N PUb. -GROWPHIS TO DIE AWAY. 'Zaml-Buk, '-it its uniecelled siooIh ing, :healing, and antiseptic.pdo~rcs has proived i wonderful effioac3y in the: tire'tlcdint of piles, and tlihe thouisands of mt~ni .and women imartyrs 'to.that ai'goiisiiig coini;la in it: ill. obtain ilasting relief :byi using this remairkable bahnm. Although Zam-Buk ,luis triumplied ovei huildreds of caises of both b1lind arid Sbleeding piles, no suffeier:has glrmiter ieason to. feel :;nmoie grateful to this licaleie tbhiian Mrls: A. M. Swan, of 5 Goii'dalq-street, Bulli, N.S.W.. ' ."Iiles torilitred nme to such an ex t?ent?i,"aid Mrs.. Swan, "t iat it w-is unpossibB for ime to sit down, and at .tine;I'I cold :searcoly ma'nage to lice d.di'in.I ' t::lh :itchilg agony and pain : ii:it'ated me so muchli that I .aravs had 'to bc on:the t iove:., 3:, ftr readiic g of thlle cure of a c-se simiilar'i'to my own by ZnZam-3u...
ON LICENSED PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 17 July 1914
ON LICENSED PREMISES Armar Griffiths was charged at the Kew Court on Wednesday with having &nbsp; been unlawfully on licensed premises, to wit, the Council Family Hotel. Senior-Constable Barry gave evidence of the arrest. According to the prosecuting officer, the hotel was the &nbsp; only one in Kew to give any trouble, and a heavy penalty might put a stop to the annoyance. A fine of £2 was inflicted
ALL OVER MILK. EFFECT OF COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 24 July 1914
- JJJO't-0- OLPW TION a " s;a esuil- ofa over-keeni rivalry obt-ii fiustSme iiiiminigr -nit?wit, a--,-)D iic --- it ant.aiimed sAla~ndei -, a rry.;-( obta~ih'ed- aveirdich 'itist Wil -liij -aXv-b6iildifor iassiatl;?A "fine of -~ u eftinlty %ie tijoitli's iinripstis' 4nient;'nnm'dsts.£1 6si; was inflicted. 'Swb inspecto? Jonies prosecu??td v mch; tari: ''el?? ppeaired for-: dfecii: - i- dii:s i-i?-eci c .onsisted of ..essrs -I-li pluni i w ho s 'is lie clpomp - -of,-21i -,]uiiglfophloipsoii: dairyniani, of ro;~l::- ·naw hes,:ws i; 83..Barke s ioa d, B'wtlabolio n, was :en -- e'dl pnlhis:usual irou?nfdcii thefmorni "ingo1 t'lh, i Tidy,:incla il eiiginlgik iiin 'Smir-stret -Nowbold wo wa -·4 viil -fiilkii a fi~i;i, is -'iolS c.'e a siinilarduities; st.i ick lli i biffa'i blw' on jthe ixthitcye Whenl'icih qol, in'to im miilk ciit':lie found theml-ilk-.w is siui~r inin obfatt lie :%aps .:? d24 dfendde liimself ind cliove -f'swiv gi his caiat Inciosseixaiinmiafitionittt was cdeinei --li--...
HAWTHORN CITY COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 24 July 1914
HAWTHORN CITY COURT. S'r'1ESI)AY, JUTLY 21 Bef'are tMessrs. Tansenr, 1.~L ., A'-r dagli, Duffus, Inglist;onlund Morrisol ICADET CkSP J' .. ' : " ·' "? " ? ".r,.i' !?. -"r,-,· , Charles Pearce \vas cohiui ecl? to tli AQucengcliff fortress fo, 20d?io?as??'i:i: 'i A iidtrrlait w\as· itsued for theial of-' .Gle~ijrr W:\illiamsi··.;::% ";~~i Alen0 Indesson, nhowas six horn
FOOTBALL. HAWTHORN v. WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 24 July 1914
FOOTBALL. HAWTHORN v. WILLIAMSTOWN. Haw?thor journeyed to the seaside last week tb compete against Williams town, and they did so in a manner creditable to the best of teams-in fact,' the -geneial opinion expressed was. " that :1Hawthorn should have won." However, they did not. but tt the same.. time' lga e.an sexhibition which made the ,iltufui of .iinterest from the start. Tii da y'a as an ideal one. the wind: ,being: ver3-.:slig-ht;- whi'lst,.-the breeze.:. f irni thel lsea 'ii de i.. bioil the cobol.' side to fliish,'boli sides haviiing tries eacli ',Ut' hti: seasidersg beiii tho' oughly ac u'iited aii-ith th?tiekiness o'l the ii'oundi'av ci ble to iiaike betteriV use; oFhe liall i scores t hen g:-.. Qvaliti ?. i:L? :.Thlieia:secondtii i 'es, i si l:ar,: to ti tle:pe ous. i ,iloe':atllr:. *Hes liTaife ii - i a'thu tio a:coss ithe l? h illl'b uiisi ,. f6: 12 v6~h; rLi'-: ? 'ceni treiecigt tfes te ai hut1 ttheyr r t e enlucley nl ezo: ';b. Icuto- score; o'eo agaistthop "bl'.al''st...
King of Thieves Again. EMULATORS CONVICTED. TWELVE MONTHS' IMPRISONMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 24 July 1914
King of Thieves Again. SEMULATORS CONVICTED. 'TV\\;\LE MONT'flS' IMPRISON MENT. Inspired eitlhr by a love of darin" or a pIerverted criminal nature, two young men, Walter Tjrrrel and Wil lam -Smith, were brought before the i aw o'tlho Couit on Tuesday on three separate charges of burglariously en terinsg dwellings iiithe city. Attention(tI o thle above youths was drsawn by te exceptionally sinart daip ture bsy? Coistible- Montgomery. On. Mondav, 13tli July. The aurest led to the clucidatieis> of other crnimes perpe trated in the city i:and the police have thus effectfually uinravelledl mysteries whichl -had -:been piuzzling officials' Ibrains for some isieeks past. Both?,anccused i:re only 20 years of age, and.:from their personal appear aince one would : ot tliink they had cib ukied iupon suich a dangerous n11.5 n5lies of e rning a livelihood: Smi ithi alias Normain!:Pearce, had a long list of convictions ::-~At SouthMilboeurne three .months,; larceny from tlhe .lper son; one mo...
FOR WOMEN ONLY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 24 July 1914
1 RVON'ONLY:~:~i~~ · Under thci ,box, head Miss.3 Vid' Goldstein i iressed a arge' atteinid iice of ladies n th li aw-ithor:n iall em. 'IlhuirsdaVaftydinioon of. last; awe eek 0fon thc subject' of the aBlleg edl hite Slave TIraIic in Afstralia. "Several cases weie inistianced, and unless offici'hl recogin twon is takeii. of .tho claiins of these woeien it is probalilc soume a'ction will be ti?en': l bring thle matters prmnin nclty before ;the public.