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MELBOURNE TRAMWAY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 September 1914
MELBOURNE TRAMWABY TRUST. Councillor Barbour reported that the finances of this trust were kept well up and they could meet all liabililies till their expiration in 1916. Matters had been so arranged that the successors will have every thing going smoothly and good working order. In reply to a question of one of the mem bers, Counncillor Barbour said that the Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus Coy. have the right to run Motor buses if they so desire, after the expiration of lease,
CLEANING AN OCEAN LINER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 September 1914
SCLEANING AN OCEAN LINER. Not many people are aware that during the few hours a great ocean liner remains in dockl she' is clean ed thoroughly inside and out. The hull is re-painted, the funnels scraped and cleaned, and every piece of exposed metal polished. Ileanwhile, all carpets are taken up and beaten, the floors scrubbed and repainted, and tables re-polish ed, chairs regilded and stained, in every part of the ship. On the great boats there are more than 30,000 pieces of linen to be counted, sorted, prepared, and laundered. Then there are 15,000 pieces of sil verware, 25000 pieces of glassware, some 60,000 dishes, plates, cups, saucers, etc. As soon as a piece shows signs of wear it is discarded and replaced, and all this work has to be done in a few hours. The fall of one inch of rain is equi valent to 1 00 toiss of water per acre of l?aen
Murder as a Fine Art. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 September 1914
Mlurder.as a Fine Art. News of terrible significance and import is to hand from Chicago, where a body of doctors, chemists, and judges experienced in criminal in vestigation, have combined in an application to the government of the county .for funds for the establish ment of a special b)oardl.-of exam iners of expert scientific murderers, whose methods, it is averred, have been so perfected as to make the detection of murder by poisons im possible by any existing nmeans. "Murder has at last become a fine art," declare four celebrated local criminologists. The "cobra death" is in especially high favour with murderers. This is accomplished by simply scratch ing the skin of the victim with cobra poison, very much after the style of Lucretia B3orgia-, an agon ising death resulting in a few min utes. Save by specialists, this cause of death is undiscoverable. In other. cases, intending murderers lightly turn to thoughts of easily administrable capsules containing germs of deadly diseases...
MELBOURNE-BURWOOD TRAMWAY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 September 1914
MELBOURNE.BURWOOD TRAMWAY TRUST. Cr, Read (one of the couicil's re presentatives on the Trust) reported to the Camberwell Council on Mon day last that a large amount of rou tine -business had been dealt with since-last repbort. That in connection with obtaining the Order-in-Council it was necessaiy *to definitely decide whether the Trust would underte the work of construction itself, or delegate its powers to another body, and that it was decided that the Trust would carry out the work itself. That there would be six penny sections, and that the through fare would be five pence. That tenders were being in vited for the sleepers required. That on the double line track it had been decided to use 69-lb. rails on straight, and 9go-lb. rails on curves. On the motion of Cr. Beckett it was decided that the attention of the Metropolitan Board of Works be called to the fact that all the houses in Empress-road and Sir Garnet-road (Surrey Hills) are not connected with the sewerage systeni, and...
PATRIOTIC FIRE EXTENDS TO ALL CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 September 1914
PATRIOTIC FIRE EXTENDS TO ALL CLASSES. The feeling of tense nervous ex citement and physical inertia, which was common on the first news of the war, has given way to an intensely practic'al feelng of patriotism, which is manifesting itself in scores of ways. Relief funds have been rapidly subscribed, and money has simply rolled in'to the several ap peals which have been made. Our soldiers have volunteered for active service, and the camp at Broadmea dows contains many of the finest flower of Australian manhood. Wies, mothers, sisters and friends have been working assiduously and unceasingly in order that our troops may be well equipped with those necessary comforts which help to keep the fighting soldier-effective; and gifts in kind for provisioning and sustaining our- first contingent have been provided with a lavish hand. The gifts of the rich and the mites of the poor have also been poured into one common treasury,- in order that prospective widows and orphans may be adequately p...
BRITAIN'S SONS RESPOND TO THE CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 September 1914
BRITAIN'S SONS RESPOND TO THE CALL. Whilst Europe is thus plunged into an inferno~. Togoland has been :taken in South Africa, and the Boers [have expressed themselves as glad to .. .~ be under the British flag. Concur rently, New Zealand has seized Samoa, - which has always been a menace since the Germans started their colonisation scheme there; and our own Australian soldiers have taken Rabaul and Herbertshohe, in New Guinea. Whilst it may be said that they were of little use to their. former owners, inasmuch as the cost of a military upkeep came out of the pockets of an already overtaxed a people, there can be no doubt of their a commercial and moral value to our t rapidly growing continent of the r Southern Seas. It will be ours to e show that respect to the native races o to which they are justly entitled, and -at the same time to open up the riches which lie buried at present in , those islands of such rich fertility.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 September 1914
The London Directory (Published Annually) enables traders throughout the World to communicate direct with English MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS in each class ,of goods; Besides being a complete commercial guide to Lon don and its suburbs the Directory con tains lists of EXPORT MERCHANTS with the goods they ship, and t~he Colonial and Foerign Markets they supply; S STEAMSHIP LINES arranged under the Ports to which they sail, and indicating the- approxi mate Sailings" PROVINCIAL -TRADE NOTICES of leading Manufacturers,~ Merchants, etc., ,in the principal provincial towns and industral centres of the United Kingdom. A copy of the current edition will be forwarded freight paid, on receipt of Postal Order for 20s. Dealers seeking Agencies can adver tise their trade cards for £1, or larger advertisements from £3. THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO. LTD. 25 Abchurch Lane, London, E.C. -1 rraised by Husband and Wife. ZAM-BUK SPLENDID FOR PILES AND SEVERE SPRAINS. The story'of another striking double cure ...
CAMBERWELL COUNCIL TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 September 1914
CAMBERWELL COUNCIL TENDERS. The following tenders for public works were accepted by the council on Mvonday last :-Contract 363, Em press-road construction, H. Holland, £1231 14s. Contract 364, supply of screenings, WV. Angliss and Co., 7s. Id. per cub. yard. Contract 365, cartage for one year: North Ward, T. Bovill, I2s. per day; Centre Ward, "H. Holland, I3s. per day; South Ward, H. Holland, 13s. per day. Contract 366, storm-water drain, off Canterbury-road, H. Hol land, £923 16s.
WE MUST "KEEP THE MILL GOING"! [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 September 1914
WE MUST "'KEEP THIE MILL GOING" ! Nothing could be more suicidal to the best interests of Australia than to allow a craven fear to interrupt our commercial pursuits. - With Bri tain's command of the seas, most of the markets of the world are still at our service; and it behoves our manu facturers'to study the requirements of other lands in order that we may effectively provide for their orders wherever possible. Our own trades nlen and workers should be kept from idleness, even if stock has to be made up for future sale. There can be no doubt but that when the war ceases-and there are already indica tions that it cannot last the length of time which some pessimists prophesy -there will set in a great demand for Australian produce and manufac fites. - 'By-everybody helpi~"ionfe an other, and employees standing shoulder to shoulder with employers, the strain and tension will be felt far less than if capital buttons up its breeches pocket or labour attempts to unduly assert itself as t...
HAWTHORN BRANCH A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 September 1914
HAWTHORN BRANCH ANA. A very good attendance was pre sent at the fortnightly meeting of the above branch on September 14. Mr. L. F. Orr presided, and amongst the visitors was the vice-president of-the Camberwell branch, who received a welcome. Three new members were elected. In response to an enquiry, Mr. Morrison, ;Hawthorn City librarian, forwarded some interesting informa tion anent the Hawthorn Free Lib rary, and the meeting directed that a letter of thanks be sent to him. The H'awthorn City Band wrote requesting the appointment of two delegates to attend meeting being held in connection with 'their forth coming gala, and the meeting decided that delegates should be sent, the question of their appointment being left- to the committee. It was announced that the branch would pay a friendly visit on Septem mer 26th to the Bacchus Marsh branch, and return the following day. A number of members sgnified their intention of going. The secretary announced that two members of the branch w...
TEMPERANCE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 September 1914
TEMPERANCE NOTES. Selected by the W.C.T.U. Kew East Branch. The following, which appeared in the " Alliance News '" of June 25th, makes instructive reading to-day: News was published last week from St. Petersburg to the effect that an order from the Czar to his army, dealing with the drink evil, had just been issued.. Drunkenness is to be ruthlessly stamped out. Officers are forbidden to drink vodka (spirits) in camp, on manoeuvres, or while on any duty with their men. All classes of drunkenness are to be dealt with in the severest possible manner. Com manding. officers are ordered to dis courage as much as possible the drink ing of alcohol, and are recommended to set the example themselves. Offi cers commanding regiments are or dered to do their best to improve the mess life of the officers under them. Vodka is forbidden to the men at all times, and the most stringent mea sures will be taken to prevent them from-buying it. No soldier will be allowed to receive money from home if he...
CAMBERWELL BRANCH A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 September 1914
CAMBERWELL BRANCH A.N.A. The fortnightly meeting of the above was held in Adams' Hall, on September Ioth. The president, Mr. H. Hocking, presided. It was decided to post pone the debate with the Kew branch indefinitely. A clearance was granted to Mem ber F. Murdock, who is about to take up his residence in Adelaide. After some further routine busi ness, an, adjournment was made to the large hall, where by the invita tion of the president and officers a conversazione was given to members and their lady friends. The hall was crowded.. A splendid musical and vocal entertainment was given, dull care was banished, and the horrors of war forgotten for the nonce, though the patriotic fever was aroused by the singing of the "Death of Nelson" by Mr. R. Brennan, and " The Battle Eve" by .Messrs. Bren non_and Wotherspoon, and also a song, " His Majesty the King." However, softer moods were en gendered by songs of love contributed by Miss Kitty Teague and Miss B. Wheelans, Miss G. Carruthers, D...
Hawthorn City Council. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 September 1914
Hawthorn City Council. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16. &nbsp; Present-His Worship the IMayor (Cr. Rigby) in the chair, and Crs. Wood, Burton, Roche, Lord, Ward, Russell, Barbour, Schwerin, Sambell Nolan and Moray.
HAWTHORN CITY COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16. LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 18 September 1914
HAWTHORN CITY COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16. LECTURES. The Mayor, Cr. Rigby (chairman) speaking relative to an invitation received to a lecture on Australian Town Planning; said that it was the intention of the lecturer, Mr. W. R. Davidge, engineer of Public County Council, London, to hold different meetings in the various Town Halls, where he showed plans of various Towns in Europe. Hie would advise the Conncillors of Hawthorn to attend as many of these lecturers as possible, they being very interesting inaddition toinstructive. Mr.Davidge would be at the Camberwell Town Hall, next month.
WHO'S THE LADY? [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
,WHO'S THE LADY? --At an anxioustime like the present, :irith the sound' of war alarums ringing in our, ears, addded to the pessimists grumliing. of.a drought in_ the land, it: is apleasant relief: to find that we :-have. in our midst 'i, theatrical man ager enterliptising )enoughl to> pr'ovide us with:.?h at good, soundf farcical com edy tlihat I willi: - t: least '.divert. our thougl"it toiit d _i e chiieerful channel, aiid iedefy th lim?? gloominy of citi ens: to isit ou't ihe `lerfo~rimance at the Princess and declare that - he did not fee ill ' the: bettter for'it Ior :that he ever laugleci soi h.eaditil. before. Ti le plot .of the coimriedy .is woven aioriund thie :prainls of o'acertain Mam' selle Gobette, a xversatile young lady seeking hospitality in the house of a most liighly- respectable magistrate, and the.manner in which she embar resses- this most. worthy gentleman, and also no less a personage the Min ister of Justice, causes the fun to be .bqith fast and furious, ...
FIVE HUNDRED WAR QUERIES ANSWERED. "Life's" Excellent War Guide. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
FIVE HUNDRED WAR QUERIES ANSWERED. " Life?S " Excellent War Guide. SThe average man who eagerly reads the ::ivWar. cables is conistantly puzzled by such queries as "'. What:is an Army Corps?"' "Who is:'s Joffre ?"? ' How is -' an. 'Army :Formed?" :" Which - Nations .Owns the Most Airships ?" Who Lead the Great Armies ?',:etc. , Li, fe ':magazine has just 'issueled . the tirst :sixpenny number of " Life's S Guide " a::. new aaid.,: excellet. : vwar publication in vwiichli hundreas of queriesstic?:i as the: above a-re clearly and accfirately ^:ianswered. These many ainswers .to .Iwar queries ?ar.e suipleented by: a inumbler of ex cellent special :artioles- notably. tvio . b Dr. :-W. I: Fitchiett?entitled '"Th : Stiteg:y of t.he Great W¥ar,':e nid H'ow the Great War'Began.'" - '".ife's "War: Guide " is published at silxpencin rforthightly parts. With each number ::is included- an :eight la ge ;Pdcket Wari tl 'S a:.imost a .use fI ide-"foi ieady igfereieice. An;iyoine hidio reads Life?'...