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ARE CRIMINALS RESPONSIBLE? [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 16 January 1914
ARE CRIMINALS RESPON- SIBLE? No man, unless he be an idiot, can grow up in a civilised and Christianised commu nity without having his "moral sense" awakened sufficiently to distinguish between right and wrong, according to his accepta- tion of moral ethics, and in a normal state of his mind he is able to obey the laws of the land. Men can so live as to lower the tone of their minds, stunt their moral sense and stupefy their moral feelings. But many criminals assume the appearance of indiffer ence in order to manifest a plucky, bra vado spirit. Some desperadoes sagaciously calculate that success in their wicked ways will bring great luck, while failure will bring misfortune and disappointment, and they are willing to take the consequenes of their risks, whatever they may be. I will not deny but that they are more conscious of the legal than of the moral consequences; bnt one who has any idea of the legal conse- quences of an act has some idea of moral obligation. Let an outrage be c...
WASTE NOT, WANT NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 16 January 1914
WASTE NOT, WANT NOT. Nowhere is the prodigality of youth more conspicuous than in the waste of affection and happiness. When young and sur- rounded by friends, we treat affection in a scornful way, as it it could never cease t,o flow to us. When it does cease, we look &nbsp; back with sorrowful wonder at our ? The old home is broken up which di? not care to visit until too late ? the warmest welcome we get anywhere ? at an inn. The caress which we took ? matter sofcourse, if we did not reject it, ? no longer proffered. We wasted affction, and now we want it. We cared for no one, and now no one cares for us. " Blind and deaf that we are: oh, think, if thou yet love anybody living, wait not till death sweep down the paltry little dust-clouds and idle dissonances of the moment, and, all be at last so mourn fully clear and beautiful, when it is too late.' In the same way pure and peaceful happiness is too often despised, while we rush after un- satifying excitement.--T'he Quiver...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 16 January 1914
CAFFIN &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; This is No. 77 Auburn Road You will find it next the Station. 'Tis here you will meet with a Good Class of DRAPERY at Moderate Prices. New Goods Come and Go. You will always find Lines you want-Goods you must have, at &nbsp; prices that will please. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Kindly patronise Your Auburn Draper- WILLIAM CAFFIN, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 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 a 421 Haw. Importers DECORATORS Importers OF OF Paints, Oils, Mount Boards, &nbsp; &nbsp; and Varnishes, Picture Mouldings, You'll Find Our Prices All Right, Wall Papers, Artists' Materials, Painters' Window Brushware, And Glass, GOLD LEAF, &c. RENOVATORS ...
VICTORIAN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. HAWTHORN CLUB ADMITTED [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 23 January 1914
VICTORIAN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. HAWTHORN CLUB ADMITTED A special general meeting of the citizens of Hawthorn was held at the local Town Hall on Monday even- ing, to discuss the admittance of the Hawthorn Football Club into the As- sociation, and the enthusiasm aroused by the uplift was shown in the large and enthusiastic attendance of both ladies and gentlemen, the supper- room, where the meeting was held, being crowded. The Mayor (Cr. R. T. Barbour) presided, and in explaining the object of the meeting, said that hitherto the Hawthorn Football Club had been playing with the juniors, but are now considered fit to enter into the ranks of the Association, and the entrance into a broader sphere should make the game more attractive than before, and he felt sure the club would prove its fitness of the promotion at the end of the season. Cr. J. V. M. Wood congratulated the club, and said there was no doubt it was time they were admitted, for they had been striving for years for admittance...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 23 January 1914
GUARDIAN Assurance Company Limited. FIRE. PERSONAL ACCIDENT. &nbsp; Crop, Stock, Employer's &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; and Liability. &nbsp; stock &nbsp; Insrances Workmen's a Compensation. &nbsp; a Speciality. Public Fidelity &nbsp; Guarantee. Third Party &nbsp; Plate Glass, Indemnity. Assets Exceed Six and a Half Millions. CHIEF AUSTRALIAN OFFICE: 452 Collins Street, Melbourne. F'OR ARTISTIC &nbsp; Picture Framing. Quiet and Refined-Yet Distinctive. HARRISON'S, Phone 220. 85 Burwood Rd., West Hawthorn. GARNER'S EAST SUBURBAN PHONOGRAPH & GRAMOPHONE PARLOR. 85 Glenferrie Road, Glenferrie. Same side as the Don Store. Near Kinkora Road All Makes of Disc or Cylinder Talking Machines All Makes of Disc or Cylinder Records Thousands to Choose From Every Edison Blue Amberol Record in Stock Every Zonophone-Twin Record in Stock Diamond Reproducers always in Stock Mu...
Socialities. PERSONAL—COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 23 January 1914
Socialities. PERSONAL - COMING EVENTS. Residents of Hawthorn and Camberwell are requested to supplly 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. Sir E. Hildred Carlile, Unionist M.P. for St. Alban's division of the Hertfortshire, has given 1oo,ooo guineas to the Bedford College for Women, for the purposes of a memorial to his mother. Sir Hildred, who is a cousin of Sir Edward Car- lile, K.C., formerly Parliamentary draughtsman for Victoria, and A. L. Carlile, of Auburn, accompanied the British Parliamentary party to Aus- tralia last year. He is director of the famous Paisley cotton firm of J. and P. Coats Ltd. The Hawthorn Amateur Swimming Club will hold a grand carnival at the Hawthorn city baths on Tuesday night, 17th February. Whilst excavating in Glenferrie- road recently a piece of red gum was found in a perfect state of preserva...
Mr. E. J. M. Hamilton Retires. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 23 January 1914
Mr. E. J. M. Hamilton Retires. After fifteen years of faithful ser- vice as head master of the Manning- tree-road State School, Mr. E. J M. Hamilton has reached the age limit, and decided to retire next month from the strenuous life of anxiety and worry of the present day teacher, in favour of the calm use- fulness which advancing years so well merit. The Education Department has found in him a faithful officer and ally; and no committee for furtherance of sport or song or pastime, was formed but his name was included as one of the most prominent. The Mayor has convened a meeting to be held at the town hall on Tues- day, next 27th inst., to take into consideration the public recognition of his services; and all councillors and committee-men, together with the local teaching staff and parents, and members of the bowling club are invited to be present.
BOWLS. AUBURN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 23 January 1914
BOWLS. AUBURN CLUB. This club met Richmond Union at Auburn on Saturday last, and a very interesting and exciting game resul- ted. After 20 ends had been played the game stood at 77 all, and the remaining 5 ends resulted in Rich- mond Union being 10 up; the scores being Richmond Union 101, Auburn 91. Considering that Richmond Union Club are the top matchers in the sec- tion, and contain several players who are champions at the game, Auburn's performance was a very meritorious one. &nbsp; Auburn have an advantage in pos- sessing one of the finest greens in the metropolis, and with the electric light installed for night bowls, members have an advantage in obtaining prac- tice at any time, and the green is nicely sheltered from wind and dust, &nbsp; and with a very moderate subscrip- tion, should in the future prove an attraction to players and intending players.
THE GLENFERRIE THEATRE. FANTOMAS (Fourth Series.) The Mystery of the Masked Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 23 January 1914
THE GLENFERRIE THEATRE. FANTOMAS (Fourth Series.) The Mystery of the Masked Ball. Public opinion was outraged at the suggestion made that Fantomas was a creation of Juve. The result of the outcry was the suspension of Inspector June, but Fandor remained at large to watch the course of events. Lady Bretham reappeared as the wife of a grand duke, and opened a sub- scription list to reward the captor of the criminal. She also gave a masked ball, which was attended by three men in black, Fantomas, Fandor and a detective inspector. The latter is killed by Fantomas, and when Juve is released from prison, an apache gang, acting on the suggestion of Father Moche, secure him, in the be- lief that they have the villain, and de- mand that he shall disgorge his ill- gotten gains. The picture will be screened every evening next week, and will show what becomes of Fantomas. There will be a special matinee on Monday, Foundation Day.
Hawthorn City Council. REFUSE DESTRUCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 23 January 1914
Hawthorn City Council. - REFUSE DESTRUCTOR. At the Council meeting on Wednes- day night a letter was received from the secretary of the refuse destruc- tor conference forwarding the follow- ing report of the conference, asking that the Council adopt same, as the conference had unanimously to recom- mend :- I. That the scheme be amended by providing that the capital interest of the respective Councils in the under- taking shall be the amount contributed to sinking fund by each of the con- stituent Councils. 2. That the cost of any necessary extensions of plant or buildings be borne by the constituent Councils on the same basis. 3. That the Hawthorn Council be requested to purchase on behalf of the four Councils the site previously re- commended by the conference. 4. That the joint destructor be placed under the control of a com- mittee of management, comprising one representative for each of the four constituent Councils. 5. That the Hawthorn Council solicitors prepare a draft agreem...
BURWOOD-ROAD TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 23 January 1914
BURWOOD-ROAD TRAMWAY. Some time ago a letter was for- warded to the Malvern Tramway Trust, asking for a report of construc- tion and running cost of the proposed tramway line from Power street along Burwood-road, to junction of Camberwell and Burke roads. (At last night's Council meeting a letter was received from the Trust, drawing attention to the fact that as the pro- posed line, if constructed, would be one and three-quarters miles parallel to the Riversdale-road tramway, and within a few chains of the railway stations of Auburn and Glenferrie, which lines would shortly be electri- fied, and that it appears that these are grave objections to the proposed line, and that there was a possibility of an Order-in-Council being refused. It was suggested that before incurring the expense of a report, the Council take steps to satisfy themselves that there will be no objection on part of the Government. Cr. Roche said that the Trust was written to for a report, not advice. What was wante...
RIVERSDALE-ROAD TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 23 January 1914
RIVERSDALE-ROAD TRAMWAY. A letter was received from the Hon. W. M. McPherson, M.L.A., advis- ing that the Riversdale-road Tramway Bill has been passed by the Legisla- tive Assembly, with amendments as proposed by the Premier. These amendments I think your Council will take no exception to. The measure has not been sent on to the Council. Cr. Sambell: If we can get the Burwood-road scheme tacked on to the Riversdale-road Bill in the Upper House, it would-be a good move, and he would move that the matter be left in the hands of the Mayor, to see as to the advisability of having the Bur- wood-road tramway scheme added to the Riversdale-road Bill. Cr. Nolan : We agreed to do nothing that would jeopardise the passage of the Riversdale-road Tramway Bill, and he considered it a breach of faith. Cr. Schwerin seconded the motion, which was carried.
NEW HORSES FOR THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 23 January 1914
NEW HORSES FOR THE COUNCIL. Owing to the death of one of the Council's horses, it has become neces- sary to increase the stud, and the en- gineer asks that the three horses provided for on the estimates be pur- chased, as soon as possible. &nbsp; The general purpose committee recommended that authority be given for the purchase of three new horses. Cr. Russell seconded the motion, but stated that he would like to see the Council talking about motor machinery, as horses for Council work were becoming out of date in other parts of the world. He would like to see the Council build up a fund for the purpose of getting mechanical machinery, and felt sure the Council would never regret its action in pur- chasing same. Sambell : Is it necessary to buy &nbsp; these three horses. Mayor: It has been the practice of the Council of buying only the best of horseflesh; would it not be better to buy lighter and cheaper horses ? Cr. Schwerin : He agreed with Cr. Russell's suggestion...
IRISH NATIONAL FORESTERS, CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 23 January 1914
IRISH NATIONAL FORESTERS, CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Hawthorn v. Carlton, played at Royal Park. Carlton, 106 and three for 44 (W. Cook 24, G. White 23 and 11 not out, J. Fleming 15, K. O'Cal- laghan 10, H. Lang 20 not out). Bowling-E. Owen, four for 15; W. Johnson, five for 58; I. Feain, two for 32 ; W. Hussey, none for 22; L. Bill, none for 8. Hawthorn, 50 and 88 (W. John- son 27 and 24, H. Potts 26). Bowl- ing-H. Lang, five for 19; G. White, three for 6 ; H. Ryan, one for 7; M. Fleming, three for 33; J. Caddell, none for 15; G. Topping, none for 13. Carlton won by seven wickets.
OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 23 January 1914
OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOUR. A young man named John Black- burn was charged by Constable Too- mar with having behaved in an of- fensive manner in a public place. Constable Toomar stated on the night of 17th he was on duty in Bur- wood-road, when he saw accused about 11.30 p.m., with another man. As de- fendant, was under the influence of liquor, he advised him to go home. Defendant then crossed to the other side of the road, and stood there for some time, and dropped three bottles of beer on to the footpath. They were smashed to pieces. He then locked defendant up. Sergeant Mumford: The defendant had other bottles as well, and claimed three on leaving the watchhouse. The Mayor: Did he get them ? Sergeant: Yes, sir. Mr. Philpot: He was very lucky in getting them. The Mayor: Where are they now ? The case was dismissed, on accused placing 5s. in poor box.
OBSTRUCTING CARRIAGE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 23 January 1914
OBSTRUCTING CARRIAGE WAY. Charles Henry Young, an ice cream vendor, was charged with obstructing the carriage way in Grace-street by loitering. Sergeant Mumford prosecuted. Constable Lawrence stated that at 8.25 p.m on the 1oth inst. he was &nbsp; on duty in Glenferrie-road, when he saw defendant standing in Grace street with his ice cream cart. He &nbsp; spoke to him, and defendant replied that he had permission from the Council to stand there. On making inquiry at the Town Hall he found that defendant had no authority to so. Defendant: I had verbal authority. Sergeant Mumford said: This man is a perfect nuisance with his ice cream cart. Defendant: I have been eight &nbsp; &nbsp; years selling ice cream, and this is the first time I have been interfered with. Mr. Broad-Hall, town clerk, city of Hawthorn, stated that he knew de- fendant, and that he had never at any time given him permission to stand in Grace-street. The officers of the Council had on...