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Universal Service in All Dominions. CITIZENS OF EVERY BRITISH STATE OVER-SEA MUST TRAIN TO BEAR ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 24 July 1914
SU niversa iService in : All.. Dominios ITI/?NS "Oi EV-I.YI 'LIII ITIS . - . I ~'A '; O\. 1 A 14b Jo'' xix* ocseai 1'tt'nder I ]]l:,ee,lV,,; r ,ovel.s~.!-, to t 'non tu.;,u in thei couse of sln' whitch coming ,,"iei ii f i 11311 :fi:;· ·l i al i Mt.@ cif Can u jects a&lt;ie n le c sill ,ih1'0 tio do .,-.;;.MiitLa:·:O.;~:./?d?.ter rn1. d( uPr thir si ier tes ito thei Coif l t': he iaiile ii:il.t,"i ili unt-s 01: i -,: ; :. :allls-t; ;:,,T? fSfiser.ve ·'· 3ln- ,tsT:D -. - A' 7 .;,-.-tU STRAL . jec rliad at` i t of S 'of imiofente a iger. ofl: 3Sxea rinufi xiib: jee ts "ii ci hh chiicto sei??"x ;ice -'iii tii lithe . as'd,'t 'the-iliG-. h sr.ie .hfciall :ingt i iiis to sere in t. e ci .'is e of , be limitede , :eao one -registratio' (or X~;:~cdjl SiR &LT . "-'oise 'niu/s r 'itd i cfi year:. " A:ll nial- inhiinbitalts of -Australia wh.. o hIa e resid~dlj:i thercili f'or' six months. a.:lid ,w arei Biitisl :subj-cts, etshd ire Iet, Deel:te toigee ofr i8i and 1"60 yeis t1?...
VISIT TO INFECTIOUS DISEASES' HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 24 July 1914
"-: .VSill0 TO; IN:FECTIOUS ' i;!DTSEISES :HOSPITA:iD . ." iG.lSchLeri?i'? saclidhat f-ciicompanv.i- .lteittion:: and thfat?as i mpro renents to ithe : ·inaequatei lundr.v arrange ment c?s;: ich :lwoduld. cost about r,,.. Smbell said tliere: wi~ee one or ,two' i;miportant matters.' He iwas very pleased;:he ivs ablefto go and it was an education to him. One thing was that- the \.aards that the .committee hfad 'lbuilft at acost of about one-sixth those, of the e'ary wards' were giving better .iresults than the- expensilve ones; Oune important matter was in: regaird to representation. The com mittee .had beeii 27, but under the nei Ac thelire wovuld be 12, six ap pointed b. thle municipalities and six byh the Government:- .If each council in the. group -iomiinated one meniber the -names would: be : sent in. to the Chaiin iai of the Health Board. and theii .referied baick:to the councils to vote- I:ft' ecach .council voted for its membler, then the doct or has the right to niake -a sele...
MISS VIDA GOLDSTEIN. HER POLICY SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 24 July 1914
*\IIS$ ~ ~ II VIVODSIEN 11l ] OLI[Y SPi'Eli.] I \Iic i. tuiiel~inc isselinbiel ini the Has lioi i own Ilill on 'l'nc*sdiy even l o lieir Miss Vidii Goldsitin wiho - as an 1 delpendent c inadid ite is itgiun conitesting the knnooyih seatt inx the osl e of llepirsetaititiies. Mis. Single ton (of the .looyogi liai nch of tli Woincin's Politic'il tssociition), occu pied tlic chliii 5Miss .GoldStcin . ho a iswiell c ceciCl saiid this a as hlr second ifteiinipt to get into aI ir li'imenioit, ni shlie would 'o o.n uintil clected on ebt hSiptornbet. ' s5tecialf iippeal to 'eomn floi tirtu v otes. 'so1tl e me inao t %his danipaign, and ilthounlh the fliisex Ii hid niot beeni tediic ited.to think iof a oinaru occuipy iniS:a sent iii -ihbliinient. she bcliu ted thiit tliA aiould tlis clctiou -slihiko tlieunscfleis free of thime'e ujiilite1 If shel a is irettiri iicd slhe iiould reiprlsiecti thie wooncim of .iustr illif. iiotf miieely those ofi hici chiistituienu. of Ko)oyowg. IShe hil itvAed i...
KOOYONGKOOT ROAD. OFFER OF MR. HARPER ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 24 July 1914
biereldthit'li :-arper nide 'in offei totihi coiunil tlintift 1.9iti0 ld accpt horin him i f7.tof land indio??ditron o te 33 ft.the : cou6ianciljli d ah'rii -receised an offer to buy the whle-olf tl?e >nd aiind intenCded: to: sell. B:~i fore he n ideupu his mhind to sell he 'w'ould lbe glad to kn6no whether the council would adheie to its Ilecisioni Th1e lad w4 oild !bc. built upion, and so.:.l?e council would not b5e able to secineit. hTematter had been con sidered , it itlh?com?iniittee meetfiig, and a tas~ the: coincillors w \derlet eqiall dliri"de; it was thoughit id:tisable hto iefe6 the iattei to k the. council.: it wnas sbuggesteld that Mdi. Har: pei be rIkeci to idhiere to the arrangeinent th~at he shou'wld iot ioSgigle the?lani lie t. T tile -lhloccost t of construcit iing tihe 17ifLt. '1:Ainst thlat it was suggested th offei 1be accepted He himseltf thoright the. should not a:c cct the ofer 'd lie bielieved Mri Hai spein r ould dlake ,good tlh ii'g out o' it He :. could...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 24 July 1914
.I This is No. 77 Auburn Road You will find it next the Station. 'Ti. here you will meet with a Good Class of IiDRAiEIRY at Moderate Prices. New 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. SHOUSE 4axaw. Importers DECORATORS Importers' OF OF Paints Oils, Mount Boards, and Varnishes, Picture Mouldings, You'll Find Our Prices All Right. Wall Papers, Artists' Materials, Painters' Window Bruslhware And Glass, OOLD LEAF, o' RENOVATORS &oc. SIGN WRITERS MOUNT CUTTERS, PICTURE FRAMERS. CASAMENTO BROS., Fruiterers & Greengrocers, 167 Glenferrie Road, Glenferrie. CHOOICE.- PRUITS IN SEASON. Phone 937 1aw. -. "All kinds of Aerated Waters THE TEA WITH A DEFINITE OBJECT. Ham-o-dava Tea -zo-ptio-nally Nic...
A HELPING HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 24 July 1914
- " isti ei. s 1 ix(liiiiin") ii utitically) , 'Mari al tt i w;?s it ii ." Maid :Hatlf liS £1 id:3t a mi n lat'er - mu i s t , ha o ,gt.e;C:i:e.C?,inioe . utes to catth the tethai ";~minutstuj K:i;?;,Iinig J:-lo' i d ?d iipv -'youn i-ie;: -your & .-flinag- f~e i ane o~i;'o;m hj?er." with-- nvv I should r- a-, - thi'- e' thousand po unddunu p ght? it :x -
Hawthorn City Council. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 24 July 1914
Hawthorn City Council. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22 Present: The Mayor(Cr Bar- bour), and Crs Nolan, MacKay, Sambell, Ward, Wool Schwerin, Rigby and Russell.
MISSIONARY FETE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 31 July 1914
rMISSIONARY ,FETE. ':i .. Wittih line ?ather until the- ast dlay,- tieneidea-oui to raise fufids t:foi chuiich work inni;mission ields: :iet. S-itli isead ifespons iin thli tSf. Coltumb s school hall, lBuirwood-road 11h fcet hinch was opened onf Satik d i iEterinoi and closcd on: eVcdes da~ w is successKii frinTallpints o vie- -? Every eloi~t had beeni made- to pfkasctlheriticad e e oftlith pb li ??. thlihtastily d:corated ',stalls w ifli? thci?rinterestir t iexhibts, hronii the fai off. iiids camei r miuchli p e rncipal inda ftearie 5-?i~''"~ii;li;;.i::~i; s~-i~ldii'ii;la?-'.;l',i:.: ous stalls, relresentiiig,- countnes.in inch it ? )ehaiSeen-labouii~ on ri .'s6?iiii?!i ~:? Sfiii;i?,:._.il?;:i hpai G?'s)?):!-i'?la .iepali'e -t'Msaliss-Lrwoogi l, a Merr JidiS~~roomc e Sm ive th -1 k Iundia Miss Crosslcy-Aborigma 1 couitMs si ifiilia?i:"?lii? s?-?hifielr nd iii· d 'isthi tiAm 1 M.: , Jselarides aiid Me Bj,: ens- Ja-.2pan%",Cid meii" &OH. - ;.1 - Mile?r, bI?idepai t..mEkint '....
DRINK DEGRADES. FOUR SEPARATE CHARGES PREFERRED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 31 July 1914
DRINK DEGRADES. OQUR Sid a1ARAT CHARGE~S : :: PIEIER .i..ED. Johl Nrol in w:'is&lt;:- chi'rgedl -at') thei.: •H a;ili tho ?i:Colnrt on Iu'sd?"lday itlh liafivi ig stolen a-libsose vlael d at- o the proper ty of Geo rgerThlilip Ro?i;cfh on or aboutit6h July:; :': Geoige Phh Roch isptio woi'ks, lipi?g y.at ?aMorangiroad, Hai thorii aid th:, hoseo;'; o diuce in cousrtsin'is hiis p?oper tv, whicie iden tified by- a peculiariiozzle: Il :John Dwr?r fuinisituire d a?' Bu si. wood -oad' Hathii?f ai s aciued 'ahomn Ilie h'd knw fo bout five weeks previous, ?,i,? ? ne-intoihis shop 'about foiir?ht goa d the hose tor3:: ss ,and'tb, as iafterwar 1ds sold fr5 d'' Mr. Phinpotsldttt'wasowg mainls toth easy fcitw ih ic ar ticles seri e-disped"of .Conlstables Cog-in a Bassett also gave evidence Counsel f6ir the defence sai·a th acc used' h:,id been i'a d ebiendii the districhf for a iiiiiumbe oty;e'ars, aid fore thie I stw ehve mionh adgvn way to drink. His"family were \veiy re spectable, ad...
ELECTION OF OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 31 July 1914
,I.he ectioii of oiers icor-the:en stung Yvear' ruiteul 'id follow2 i Presideniit t r.Mi :ElaifeF i..? piesi ifents,:-: ?gi r Smiibell: and iD emp: stetr:"teasuirie" .M~ r i::Joiines'; 5oco?imt tee.: tw o :i'?resefntatives - of tlhe coun cii 'mi lessrs Warren, Lo is:-e, anid Burk aulito-i, M;:Plumer ?t sec retaci Mrv, ; Batteii as'istant secretay,, Mr.-. P airy; I matchli :obimiitttce, Messss Buk? .Deiipsterl, Mu.iicahy, Warn?i-. and Wtid dielegates to V.B.1 , Messrs -Munro anid Baitten, green comnittc , lessts Demister,; '3urke -Id. K .een.i l :-,:: :: :. . Othe. routine busuess was .. also. transcted.: -"
LADIES' BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 31 July 1914
4 DI EIS' IJWL~i~ilGE CL UJI Ci Saribel, speakiuj , othe 0u - tion 4f the foiniation of. Sa ladies booling cl?bi Saild i: uobu e : ,li b er y good thiing.: Tihe Iimattei? lhad beei discusecd iin thliouiicil ,Atei -idsiscusion thiei mattei was referredi .to the .inomingm committee, i i'th;" a; reco~mnendaton/. tisat, it ;was lesabeiii 6i-,to b. n a~~i:g;' ladie-s cli}iub?,
HAWTHORN BOWLING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 31 July 1914
HAWTHORN BOWLINC CLUB A2NNUAL MEETING Il hi?fi-st innuiiF meetiig of the Ha" i thorn Ct liov? g Club x- as hclin tkh n lbs, aiilson on. ues. day lI:evenig ?? en'?fairi atteni dance of im~nmlgers wasiesent Mr. Chas. Bethune jiresided o),-liet'embers. ui., coinnittee, in~sshitjn-the unulu srepot~t ·andu balaiic-shc d'edr- sucd?s;"?to - conlr~a utnIit. t nd'.niembeis o" thSeO?"iE.iiat thl.?+?÷?o ihse son Iiias-he b ie n oxceptionally* pleas ;iii? a a ' lidnlniii'ioius • one. On ,accoiiltbf olte "seat: loss of monn.to bbrs';;-it"~ns£ toblu'lt -l"dvisable to onfly ciito:r'bish6ge i ;for the V..B. A 'en cai compentition, Mnd considering tlhait only foi of the previous year's "A' team ii were -availablc, the team's Sperormlo ances woere remarkably good, oinnulng o a:id: losing .7 maltches. 3Matcelles were; airairged for Non-Pen "nant. pila "Ei·,ir- "unon'st the Eastern Snubui b tat Clubs,of ivlhiuch 5 were won and ":4 -wero lost. A nnumber of frienilly matches were also played. hlie electr...
COMPLIMENTARY BALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 31 July 1914
COMPLIMENTARY BALLS. About 900 persons .assembled -at the, Hawthorn Town Hall on Wednesdayi in response to an invitation b)y the committee .app6inted .:to , tender the .Mayor and Mavoress of. Hamthoin (Cr. R. T. and Miss-Blarbour) aicom-' plimentary ball ,::,Thie' decoratiois were -veryv tastef ~l -afid ,the arraige-" ments very sltisfactory,': aiildall en; joyed themselves; 'Dancing \wias'ept up until an eariy. lioir .rihuii rsd monih~g. ii The returni baill to t li yro.'ii Mayoress of1 -aejrtie ir Cialnd Mrs. H.. Ro&l~ asi eldIm4tlie ant ber\vell TownI-Hall lastinlghtlthe guests niiiibe?ng ? over 500inciud the mayors-ia iiaceiiicill ors otlie metropolitaii aicnsuburb adiý unici palities. .Tlhe decorations'wwere tastefully c'ar'ied u- reii ed :id yellow. .The lictidolin wva: ve enjoyable olie. - :, ;:. ':
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 31 July 1914
:·i?,):T· :,·:'::?;?:· ... " " "?...:.. Business Directory. AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AGENTS. BATTlEN & PERCY, Auctioneer and Estate Agents, 60 Burwood-road, \Vest Hawthorn. Tel. 19, Haw : thorn. R. THOS. CHEINOWETH, Real IEstate, Insurance and Financial Agent, Sworn Valuer and Business : :Br0oker, 143 Glenferrie Road, Glen :i- .iferrine iTel 324, Haw. ''::HAMILTON AND .CO., Land, Fltate, and General Commission g? :s• ents:;: 21' 8 . Burke-road, Camber w.:"-ell -Tel 15I9 Iiaw. E :.: Q; E HILL : & SON, Auctioneer, -: Sworn Valuator, Glenferrie Road, ':i: adoljbiningstation. Tel. 150, 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, I13 Auburn Road, Auburn. P. McKIE, Australian Boot Palace, ;.403 Burwood Road (2 doors from (Glenferrie Hous). J. C. WATTS, Boot and Shoe Mer c...
THE BURWOOD ROAD TRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 31 July 1914
THE BURWOOD ROAD TRAM. T he psoposal t~o hold a piubhei nicetnig to piotestiaaiisit' the. adveise decision of tf ihe:thailwa?- Stanilding Cosamittee in i; espleet tolite uB1\urwbo road trai u:nsliould meet wnitlh Itihe ap prsowal arid eiari-co ?.?-oiseitinf ofi all direc t ::ii terested i thlie n i nmi enitn.t LI er isa. 110reater need us ar iiie urgentss.dnecess~ity w the city tihia the constsinitio?i?o theli huli aned6 thlis method jf rstig?g.? the ,-claims .m:aid -selegating.ithis :iiaini thorofigif.re to a furtio?i:i?thespiodi of int:ivit shliouild aw aken thelhatesit foices of isidigna tioi I .ihlisque fiois, a ?monitous onse TI'li'be ' nefits tlihfa.t illices r?e 1from the lile cii?o? beestimated asid yet iesdesi??t? . 'rviewing ' ,itwlit fews wide'ani akge i?ers?- i;ho e?elise to the lull the yus'claicns of R awv thoin to a convenidice?,i iih1 will tall the businiess ?joi ionand tliusaWO ceni fromn its hietiaar5jQtl aiti d c c-i ' i wiic .ut fors itslack io.triavelng facili t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 31 July 1914
" . LINSEED. CbOMPOUIND," for Coughs and Colds. Of provoen effica-cy for chest complaints. "LINSE.ED COMPOUND," of 40 years' proven efficacy, for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, etc. Business Directory. MISCELLANEOUS. A. ABERLINE, Photographer, ' Don. Studio," 72 Glenfenrie-road, SGlenferrie. .Outdoor and Indoor .Work Done.. r ' &I;: G 'WOOD, Genieral Carrier, 729-73I Burwood Road, Hawthorn. . . Tel.. TI:,5, Hav.. MIRS. IELSU7M, 99 and 266 Glenfer rie-road, "Glenferie: Registry ' .Office, School Requisites and :'.::Fancy Goods. DE BOOS'. MUSIC SHOP, 578 Btirwood-road (2 doors from Au burn Post Office), All the Latest -.Popular .Muisict A. . H . BUNNING, "Rathmore" Cycle.: and :Motor; Works, 188 Gleifeiiie-road; Glenfirrie. Cars ::Repaired anid Overhauled. Tel. 10oo8 Hal.. - MIOF, 'AT & .PROSSER, - Builders a:? id. C-'ntractors,- Wire. Doors and '. Bliihnds, Metatl Shop Fronts, House 1:, "Rpljiis a Specialty. Shop and :: Office Flttings. Estiniates given, ;86: Glenferrie R...
THE BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 31 July 1914
'THE BOWLING CLUB. 1 Members of the HaI 1thorn City Bowling Club 1 l ½i i reason to feel gratified ov th rig ps ect foi the co gseason r Lh comrlacesipdeistig amrono thmien Afr h1r5 ~'iif:~iii~ well~ foi thei~ future 4 .\'ervth!Iif in ~ connecii'ith e t tlnb sp'k F 'i~fince 'md rood~~ feel~t~ :affkitdnn Gei iesxecut . i 'ondeth) antcliatd ) with ': thepiee 'o f the if lro oileiing bacl compr sed of menofh itegrity d i'd'c le experuencetherelierslis Jttle cius to fedisconitenited with thek outilooki 'Oeiotice'sble featnie at thl mein as thie reluctauic0 'f eibei s oti ke upo themsls'eils the repnsihtv'li6of ofhci'l s /and it$ was 'c did'hcultaskA tfill~the 'aioni posi&lt; 'l R~'e fein~'ihradv erse t9 be'uing th bs ien lwichl o~ccisiondill 9fill thxaacex'~tlsfi >ii wm tm iketecu oneo hel leribe he condition ofthe greei is cause. fo mchjblm tio ';nidic it is 'inticis is oocd'i ans inc the metropolis. Pi cpuratiolii aie beihiigmide to iecenve al 'rgeinflux of imemlierss acd, ...
PEOPLE'S PECULIARITIES [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 31 July 1914
fEOPLE'S PECULIARITIES There are scores of excellent people in this world who have never seet learned the difference between work and worry. If they have anything to do, they seem to think that the only way of accomplishing it thoroughly is by means of incessant worry-worry about the time, the method, the neces sity of their task, until they have driv en easy-going and more tranquil souls nearly frantic. To some people worry is the only recognised motive power. and they use it unsparingly on occa sion. Who has not seen or known such a one about to start 6n a journey. The train starts at ten, we will say; the distance, less than half a mile b the starting place, can be easily trav ersed in ten minutes; consequently. a prudent traveller would leavcgtwenty minutes beforehand, to insure ample time. But our worrying friend insists upon starting at a few minutes after nine, alleging that the clock may he wrong. When finally convinced that the clock is right, he sits down unesa ily for fiv...
Socialities. PERSONAL — COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 31 July 1914
: Socialities:: PERSONAL -- COMilNG i .EY-ENTS Residents of iawlthoLi''ild Cad Omberieoll are requested to spply aciny iteims fsohcilcoi personal interest relating to 'odi d Jays t home';' engagements, mai''iages, ~i .? ?is our desire to make this iolumoian ?' ilntei esting one, especially to -oaldd 'l readesi s.: IThe anntial ime-etmin of lthe Ha-ai thorn 'Ladie? Benei, olet Sociedt) will be held: in tlhe M:?I 0o5r' io oit ini:.i-vw thorn T?i Hall. 'oin ?londa fiext. at 8 pi.m m ,wentf lffthi (sivb rPi): - ni'erssar'i.-- His -!Wrihi'si p the M:yo" \\'illpireside, Sealkers H?oil JblJon !b ' ·i.i: ?H::":.·L:. ' -.;:: ?VI..-'l .ii~ i.:i: )I ::-· ··'w .'. ia ( souf iq.1 .L. .h H' L.Vilk isosi' who list clection ! nie;, iisccefds ciil contested tiie Bsirooifd uira;Sati in .siti te Phr liainelnt onitnldsstsfaidgi ? -gna, at the "c ii n i? :.i.-ielectio. Mrish·h' \ . un hiowl i oe hoe;acsiri, t.iicl :its dilegiht oi tlihi Hi?ii thorn Boil w !liliimg Clstb tothe .itoi in Bw g.ii so chiitdi...
The Matron's Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 31 July 1914
The Mdatron's Mistake. A worthy lady who does not keep pane with the times was the heroine of a recent Sincient, the point of which will be ap parent to all bicycle riders. There had been a surgical operation in the house, which was happily over. Some time after the doctor had gone, the mistress of the house discoveredon a table what she took 'o he one of the surgical instruments, in A4ertently left behind She first carefully cleanued the polished steel with a solution of carbolic acid and water, then rubbed' it dry with a flannel clith, wrapped it up and sent a servant with it to the doctor. With it she sent thin note! " Dear Doctor.-When you were at the hlius yesterday you were so unfortunate as to mislay one of your snrgical instru ments., I have taken good care of it, and return it by the messenger.-I am, very truly. etc. Before long the messenger came back * ith xhe same parcel, a little rumpled by .pening. and with it brought this note fromn the dootor : D Dear Mrs --,-1 thank...