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PETROLEUM IN THE SOUTH-EAST OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. DR. BASEDOW'S EXPERT OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 28 August 1914
PETRIOLEUM IN THE SOUTIH EAST OF SOUTH AUS .'I'RALIA. DR. 3ASE S XP'dO\- S XPERIT OPINIoN '-...7- a A? a l.usltri a-·i nls L thii ik: e wofild. be mnie- th iii ustiied in e-'; pen di 'i fc's thousand pound i pirose oncel? i ' ad-for;:i ali wheith er thhis sast tertiai' s?stf?m ofols: iis oi ti :ts a sstens o --theao rl1 1in thi it co?taiins sdoiklbi;qui?itities fl oil If nf.tit sill ii: eatei?ta:skii froi scenistst epiil t oe a u t i hil the l:~;7):;i-'" ii: ::. . l:....... ' " " : : - i : " :" " ' svsteun does not conitain", petroleum,. - D~i i, s los\s-- a. emnphitic thci polnti ITie iloctoi ihs just refturned' fio?ii as isit. t ,tlithe soutlih east?.,h we :hi in cop ns asi ith the boardl of dii ectio s of- tlhe Sd6ftlh strahian Oil Wels: Go' epresenitatis c I iviinsgstone the Ion :i?ison Dossa :'\I .11,C. d i \[c-.s,.4:?is \ and G. 1::3- Goidon anid[ Ge:i .S~fcidl i insptd th Ianr I hc fldb th Gc~ompan iifilta lil iMct sl itli t :ie- of choosi;r. a si:te ot ihc rIst ?i: rV en int...
LICENSING LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 28 August 1914
LICENSINC LAWS. The following resolution was passed unanimotusl- at a meeting of the Barker's-road Methodist C.E. Society, held on. soth August. "'That iln view of a recent announcement in the plress, of a probable early amendment of the Licensing Law, defrring the operi tion of its Local Option pro\visions, and pro\iding instead for the re-ap pointment of the Licences Redliction Board, with power to grant licences, the Barker's-road Methodist So ciety of Christian Endeavour earnestly and" confidently expresses the hope that the present Governnient will refuse' to sanction any such alteration," ,-·, -. . . -. .-. . . .It
Twenty=fifth Annual Meeting On Monday, August 3rd, 1914, at 8 o'clock. The Mayor (Cr. Barbour), presiding. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 28 August 1914
Twenty=fifth Annual Meeting OF THE Hawthorn Ladies' Benevolent and District . Visiting Society was held in the TOWN HALL5 HAWTHORN . On Monday, August 3rd, 1914, at 8 o'clock. The Mayoi (Cr2 Barbour), presiding. Minutes of the' last Annual Meeting were read aid con linned. The Mayor moved; and .Mr. Vii an seconded- " That the Annual Report and Finaniciii -Statement of the IHawthoin' Ladies' Benevolent Societ,:, as submitted, be received and adopted."' Dr. Andrew moved, and .Mr. G;.::- Henderson, seconded "'That a hearty vote of thanks be accorded to-the re tiring Committee and office-bearers;, andthat the follow ing. ladies be appointed as the Conimittee for the current year, viz.: Mesdames Guest, Henderson, Waring, Jones, Kerr, Derham, Welshman, Innis, Park, Burton, Cruick shank, Saloway, Baker, and the Misses Nolan, Barbour and Aitchison. ''he Hon. John Murray,- .M.LA., then addressed those present. In the course of tlie address.Mri. Murras al luded to the fact that the boardinfg ...
Spring Suggestions. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 28 August 1914
Spring Suggestions. Spring, the season that brings with it an energising influen.ce---a feeling of supreme inspiration,, when the cold days andt dreary nights of winter are entirely forgotten, and we prepare with increasing delight for the glori ous days to follow. Spring it. is that comes to us, and receives a glad and eager welcome; spring it is that brings a feeling of entire forgetfulness of the warm clothing of winter, because there is no need for it. Spring it is that brings, amidst all the grandeur of nature, suggestions for new things; the season when everything must be of the brightest and best, in perfect harmony with the time of the year, and in absolute accord for the days to follow. Right at the opening of the sea son opportunities of significant in terest come to the careful dresser. The Dort Store, the great fashion centre of the Eastern Suburbs, con tinues its grand show of lovely new goods. Following on the careful prepara tion by the various departmental managers, ...
Found Paradise in Arab Desert. EXPLORER'S OWN STORY OF HOW HE BECAME A KING. RULES TWENTY MILLIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 28 August 1914
i:;-Found Paradise in Arab .Desert. EXPLORER'S OWN STORY OF ROW HE BECAME A KING. 1. 1"ULES TWENTY MILLIONS. Viscount Alfred Germaln de - Breuil, who is Ferid I., King ol . Araia, is staying at a Paris hotel, I.-and has given an interviewer his j story of how he rose from explorer to lKinfig. N ing Fetid 1. is a sipare Frenchmar below middle height, with a mous tache iron grey and a face burned by :tropical suns. He has an old " wsorld courtliness of manner render ~ei- statelier by association .with emirs and pashas. " He h-as ?pent forty years in Ar :liieiiia,- Syria, and Arabia, and ,iU :. telling his story he strewed his ] - French speech with Eastern figures. '..It 'was in 1874," he explained. "I w'as returning from Arabia lwhen --I met on the banks of the Duph: ,::?.:rates a band of Persian pilgrims. '.-'::I t?houghlt ~they were. going to Jeru s: a c:: -lein "and said I shoukh? like.to join . ::i .-"We'ire not going to Jerusalein.' the" y .i, " but to Mecca by the n:'"" :way of...
Twenty-fifth Annual Report OF THE Hawthorn Ladies' Benevolent and District Visiting Society. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 28 August 1914
Twenty-fifth Annual Report OdF THUE Hawthorn Ladies' Benevolent and District . Visiting Society. ... ," ~ . o ,. -: - -The Corlunittiee :of the) Halithorn Ladiesa eeiHe leoite :n · Society hitve pleasture ii prsenitiig to the?ti subscribsasind .: . ? Life Members its stlh Abtnu' Repoit 'md Bialace sihet. IThe famiiies'assistd dufrlthecar numbred l58 , against -6 list year: 'I ill be , ntcdtat- vitl practi callv the same nume to s fis nditre hasi:" e greatly in advan ice I h ?e?leih'm "be n uiifisuiall-ie -: h 7eavi y demands on the fluiinid, owtgt oe 'serious cases of pro longed, sickniessk, wilile tei ncreasiiig'cosftof livig .aiid heavv rents hlite dlrinii t"seek.i'ssistanewh5vliov.ould prefer to h-eindeend?ttile ;:l Bul t for the genieroustgianits from the State Goxiii?ft, t~ ie ivo-k of thie Committee could not be:caribii o to sic??il afitige .rThrough tthe Association of Laclies' Benevolent Societies ::- :: matters affecting tile various -soieties. in the. municipalio. - :. tie...
CRICKET. SOUTH AUBURN CRICKET. CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 28 August 1914
CRICKET. &nbsp; &nbsp; SOUI'H AUBURN CRICKET CLUB. The tenth annual meeting of the &nbsp; &nbsp; South Auburn Cricket Club was held at Mr. R. J. Walker's residence on Wednesday last when there was an attendance of forty. Mr. C. Bethune &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; presided and presented the trophies &nbsp; won during the season, as follows: &nbsp; &nbsp; "A" team. Best all-round, H. &nbsp; Clamp; batting average, A. Thomas; &nbsp; &nbsp; bowling average, S. McWhinney; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; special for wicket-keeping, W. Kelly. "B" team. - Best all-round, N. McWhinney; batting average, C. White; bowling average, F. Taylor; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; special for "hat-trick" J. Pitt. The &nbsp; balance-sheet showed a credit balance &nbsp; of 2 14s. Both teams last year entered the Eastern Suburbs Cricket &nbsp; &...
Fourteenth Annual Report, 1913-14. HAWTHORN RIFLE CLUB, NO. 152. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 4 September 1914
Fourteenth Annual Report, 1913-14. HAWTHORN RIFLE CLUB, NO0. 152, The Committee of the Hawthorn Rifle Club have the honour of presenting the Annual Report for 1913-14 to the.members, at the annual meeting of the Club, held in the Club-room, on Tuesday evening, July 21st, 19z4, and, in doing so, they, Sdesire to express their gratitude to the various gentlemen who have once ,again permitted their names to appear on the Club's list of patrons and vice-presidents, and also to those gentle men who have.responded so liberally with their donations, and have thus helped the Club to its present sound position. They are also pleased that they have in the Hon. Geo. Swinburne a. president who takes a live interest in the welfare of the Club, and is ever ready to assist in any way that is likely to be help ful. The Comriittee further desire to place on record their hearty appreciation of the work done by Captain Prebble, Messrs. Hayes, Neagle, and Raw. It is largely due to their efforts that th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 4 September 1914
MISS DUFF, .-Costurmiere, 36G WEINBERG ROAD, Hawthorn. -cubators I Sold in 5 Days s -:? ch 'an achievement no doubt' 'k 'easily establishes anincubator sales- record so far as Australia is: concerned, but when you take into consideration the prominence of " PIRBAIIE STATE" I NCUBATO . users, and its absolute superiority over-every other make in hatch re. suits, oil economy. simplicity and reliability, such phenomenal sales are a reflex onlyof the well merited reputation and popularity they en 'joy. Amongst its'users are such prominent and successful poultry men as Messrs Gill, Hanbury,Pope, SM'Kenzie. Rebottaro, Kinnear, Woodward, Perry, Purton, Green halghand scores of others; Could you possibly have more convincing evidence of the superiority of the '' Prairie-State ' ? CHEAP- DURABLE- DEPENDABLE. For particulara ahd prices write J.Bartram& Son Py.Ld. 588 Bourke St., lelb. 'A Good Tonic for Anybody who is Run Down' Wordsley House, Stonnall, near Walsall. -, Dear Sirs,-My d...
THE AUSTRALIAN GIRLS' NURSING CORPS. Fourth Annual Cinderella. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 4 September 1914
THE AUSTRALIAN CIRLS' NURSINC CORPS. Fourth Annual Cinderella. An enjoyable evening was spent at the Hawthorn Town Hall on Tues day, 25th August, when the 'Austra Hli8ii Girls' Nuirsing Corps entertained over one hundred of their friends at a plain and fancy dress Cinderella. The hall was tastefully decorated wxith flags and pot plants, and a dainty supper was served throughout the evening at tables decorated with daffodils, sarsaparilla ani d maiden hair fern: "::-:.:i: : .. A- large number' of fancy dresses were worh. Miss iD_ Madge, as a " muich-trivelled paper parcel," won tlhe prize for best-sustained, although her sister (Miss C.; Madge), as a.Girl Scout back to front, ran her very close for that honour .. : . Thi most original costume was worin by Miss V. Grant,., as 'The- British :Emliiie,' the bodice; being -formed by tlihe British Isles, -flanked on either side .by th:e Unio1 i Jack and- Royal -Standards, an;dl : skiiisr-t by the vari ous parts o the Empiie joined to the n...
WIFE ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 4 September 1914
\WIFE ASSAULT. Chas.. Young was charged _with having assaulted his wife, and dam aging property to extent of 7s. 6d. Ellen Youngg, wife of defendant, said that he came to her house on 3Ist August. She iSrst heard hlim in' the front . garden, using bad lan guage. He then" knocked at the win dow, breaking it, and went round to the back. She sent her sister for the police. Defendant, on getting into the house, struck her on the niouth and cheek. She was living apart from hini for about six w~eeks, owing to his drunken habits axid late hours he used to keep. Defendant, who was talking nearly all the time occupied during the hear ing of thecase, said that if the wife would adjourn the case for four weeks he would not go near her. Complainant agreed' to do so, and the bench adjourned the case accord ingly, with the remark that should defendant again come before themhe would be put away where he 1.ould have to be quiet. Defendant: 1 quite understand that, your Worships.
CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 4 September 1914
CAMBERWELL. Cr. W. H. Renwick was unani mously elected Mayor of the city for the ensuing year. Allowance, £150, same amount as previously. A vote of thanks was passed by the council to the retiring Mayor, Cr. H. Rooks, for the efficient manner in which he. carried out the dluties,.of office during the past year. At the ordinary meeting of the council on Monday last, at which the newly-elected Mayor (Cr. Renwick) presided, it was decided to push on with as many public works as pos sible. We hope that this excellent example will be immcdiately followed by all the other suburban councils. Another item of interest in this re spect was the report by Crs. Read and .Rooks, the council's representa tives on the Melbourne to Burwood Tramway Trust, that the Trust was proceeding as fast as possible with the preliminary work in connection with the construction of this tramway. The Prahran and Malvern Tram way Trust reportcd to the Camber w\ell Council on ,Monday last that in ciew of the existin...
OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 4 September 1914
O.. OBSCE NE G Inspectoi BiBsum, f~h Vcoriian R'niads proceeded.1 against-, to xoung men -for ?linv?iused obscene language in viif carriage ,on '6th July Mr. Ridr.'iva appeaied for the de fence. . Wi.. McDonI spiicli, idiinqusi officer: stated thatli n :ifconseq'uence ... f i~Umirous complintsas to thetl con duct in the lastl train 't Box Hill, he wias .deputed tot k iniquiries He tra elled b- th m:-ii ghiti do?i n train to Box-Hill ofni6 l?la, in. a cecond-class smoking. carnrage Lxeri thing a:en t s?itisfctoril? .as far as Glenferrie;::. :-He -thi chaied iinto the comaiitrmnnil .here.-tei tao ac cused i\vere..:BeetBeeii gGleiferrie aind Auburn the. stoodio :otheit: seatid used te laniguage conlajinied of Theere are t.botfit mjigithien nhd tawo aonmei: inttihe net comnipiarlnmlen t 'Ar riving at :iulSbiri lie lhinfd;d; them over to his fello oficet , ai"ho tooik thei names. Richiard J 1 irobeftspecial inqluiry crficer, st.ited itht be -vaav iiin conpany witi McDoinald oni thl e iig...
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. Election Day: Saturday, 5th September. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 4 September 1914
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. Electlon Day: Saturday, 5th September. In order that there should be no misunderstanding on Ithe part of voters to-morrow (Saturday), it would be advisable that they should acquaint themselves of the location of the poll ing booths for the subdivisions in which they are enrolled. Following is a list of the polling places for /Kooyong. Subdivision of Auburn.- Auburn (Murphy Bros' store, Burwood-rd., Auburn), U. Hawthorn (Adams' lail, Upper Hawthorn). Box Hill.-Shire Hall, Box Hill. Camberwell.-Burke-rd., Camberwell (Adams' Hall), Burwood (Mechan ics' Institute, Burwood), Canter .well (Townfa Hall, Camberwell), Glen Iris (State school, Glen Iris). Canterblury. Bailwyn (Athenaeum Hnll, .Balwyn)', Canterbury (New Hall, Canterbury), Deejdene (Con gregational Hall, Deepdene). Doncaster.-Doncaster (Shire Hall, Doncaster),. Templestowe. (Mechan ics' Institute, Templestowe). Glenferrie.--Town Hall, Burwood rd., Hawthorn. Hawthorn. Pridmore's Store, Bur wood-road, Hawthorn....
ABROAD AND AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 4 September 1914
ABROAD AND AT HOME.iiU At presenit the thoughts of all Auis talians are:centred to a great extent on the ..old worlc, 'where, unfortu natelv, a' tli bcehest of one n .in, the greatest :?' '"i f( 'i"ll times..is being waged, aind in ?hichie as] Solis o 6f the Emi~irem are pre~artifng to") do oiur ipat ct i.e musniti?eep theflag.f'ifiin g at home, 'ind w cainiot do better than-follo'v in the leadoit tle; niotlicr counti':, .Great .Biitnii ? ?alnd coiitiiiue in our daily routine, be it at wor1.k oi in p'liy .Thien, aftei the woik of the day is'doie;fithe siniie round of. amise inents goes on, ibe it- theatre, lectitre, dance oi' party. . Here iii cto i'ci tino ~i?ostoilnemnent of iminiqtant i~,eits is to ,be made, ind: as --tlidhegre'? -- ali'iar't; Eisteldd: f6od, oi South Steet Coiiimftitiois, arte to be held e'iirly i:;i Octobe?r :e,;- as lioc'il ;esidelit 'ire ci?i:ledl upon:n, to do bur atit?bbi;assisting thle" Hawthlioi:n CitY Bnid to take th!eir-pli 'i"t these cobmipetitionst : ...
DRIVING ON THE WRONG SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 4 September 1914
DRIVING ON THE WRONG SIDE. Geo. Rowe was charged by Con: stable Maher -ith having ridden a motor cycle on the wrong side of the road. Constable Maher stated that about 5-35 p.m. on 3Ist July he saw defen dant ridiing south along Glenferrie ioad. He hailed-him, but defendant did not stop. Senior-Constable Rosscrow corro borated the previous witness's -state ment. Constable Cassidy, Surrey Hills, saiud he interviewed the defendant on 3rd August, with reference tosame, and he admitted that owing to there being a portion of the road greasy he was compelled to go slightly on his wrong side. Fined los. W. J. Muntz, Kew City Surveyor, o as also charged with having driven a motor car on the wrong side of.the road at the intersection of Burwood anld Glenferrie roads. - Constable Montgoinery state-d:thit" about 5. 1o p.m. on 12th August, he was on point duty at the intersection of Burwood and Glenferrie roads. He saw the defendant traelling west along Burwood-road, and turned north up Glenfer...
WOMEN'S HOSPITAL APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 4 September 1914
WOMEN'S HOSPITAL APPEAL. e:'l'hc. ?i-esident: .:of the Womeh's Hospi tail' IMrsB oBrodje Aieslie). wishes to correct' ainy- inpression to the effect liat. tihei~ Lady May, oiess siiecial ap peal on behalf 'of thei-ew .wing: has been closed. c:It is anticipated that the incomidg Mayiyoresses rill con tinue the appeal for some time. ._The Lady Mayoress gratefully ac knowledges the following further do nations of ri and over on behalf of the Women's Hospital-: l'und: City of Hawthorn (per Miss Bar bour, £?7o 2s.; per ;Mayoress of Hawthorn: Miss A. Barbour, £16 os. 5d.; Mrs._ Langford, £10io sos.; Miss E. M. Stinton, £9 Ios.; Mrs. J. Joyce, £8 3s. Iod. ; Mrs. R. A. Wood, £2 ; 'Mrs. M. E. Fry, £2 3s.; Mrs. J. Cruickshank, £~2 5s.-; Miss C. Roland, £2 Is. 6d.; Mrs. F. M. T'hompson, £, 3s. 9d.; Mrs. J, Welshman, £2 4s. 6d. ; Mrs. Bethune, £3; Mrs. J. C. Langley, £6 -_s.; band performance, £3 IIs. 6d.