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THE HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

THE HOUSEHOLD. Tomato Omolet.-Peel and mince find ly four tomatoes; mix a tablespoonful =t flour with a little thin cream till suite smooth, add three beaten eggs to t, also a little salt, sugar, cayenne, half a finely minced shallot, and the tomatoes.. Fry the omelet in the usual I way in an ounce of butter, and serve very hot. Fricandeau of Veal.-Take a nice piece of fillet of veal, neatly trim it, and lard one side thickly with bacon; put a layer of carrots and onions in a stew-pan, with a bunch of sweet herbs, peppercorns, mace, and a little celery salt; put the meat in the middle, the larded side uppermost; pour about a pint of stock round, lay a piece of but tered paper over, and put the cover on the stew-pan. Let the meet stew gently for about folAr hours, basting it with the ,stock occasionally. When tender strain off the gravy, remove the fat from it; put the meat into a hot even to brown; I thicken the gravy with butter and flour, and pour it over the meat when dished. A b...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CARIBOU IN CANADA. MORE NUMEROUS THAN THE HERDS OF BUFFALO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

GARIBOU tN CANADA. --4----- MORE NUMEIVOUS THAN THE HERDS OF BUFFAIL). Mr. Ernest Thompson Seton con. tributes to "6tribner's Magazine" an article derig .with the great herds of caribou of Northern Canada, which outnumber the buffalo herds & the Western Plaims. He writes:- Warburton Pike, who saw them at Mackay Lake,-October 20, 1889, says: "I cannot believe that the herds (of buffalo) on the prairie ever surpassed i size la Foule (the throng) of the caribou. La Foile had really come, and during its passage of six days, I was able to realise what an extra ordinary number of these animals .IM roam the Barren Ground." From gures and facts given me by H. T. Muan, of Brandon, Manitoba, I reckon that in the three weeks fol lowing July 25, i892, he saw at Ar tillery Lake (latitude 26½deg., longi tude 112deg.4 not less than 2,000,000 earibou treelling southward; he calls this merely the advance guard of thi great herd. Colonel Jones (Buffalo Jones), ,ho saw the herd in October at C...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

Save Their Cost EveryYearofUse "ALFA-LAVAL" Cream Separators save enough over other separators in closer skimming, in running -heavier and smoother cream, easier cleaning, easier running, and fewer repairs to pay for itself every year. 90 per cent. of the dairymen throughoutVictoria,use the "Alfa'" because it is the most reliable and most profitable, machine to buy and use. CHEAP- DURABLE. DEPENDABLE. For Prices and Terms Write J.Bartramrn& Son Py.Ld. 586 Bourke St., Ielb. Agents:--"L.K.G." Milking Ma chines, " Bartram" Benzine Engines, "Cooper" Shearing Machines, "Start' (Model 12) Wind Mills, " Prairie-State" Incubators. Eest for Childr en. Whly ? 1. Children all like Angler's Emulsion and take it willingly when they refuse other medicines. 2. By its gentle, goothing effects, it keeps the child's digestive organs in a natural, healthy condition. 3. It miakes the little ones eat better, digest better, sleep better, and rapidly gain. in weight, strength and colour. 4. It is ...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New Source for paper. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

New Source for paper. I .A nei paper-making process de scribed to the Paris Academy oi Sciences has suggested new possi bilities for the French colonies. Paper is made by felting cellulose, the elastic envelope of vegetable cells, and the new process is claim ed to clean and make available much cellulose cheaper than that of wood. The plants include bam boo, alfalfa, poppy, sorghum,, rice, maize, and seaw'eeds. Most pro mising of all is the banana, which on an equal area yields 133 times as much material as;wheat, and is estimated to. supply two tolls of excellent pulp ,ler acre every ten months, while the pi?dluct of a pine forest, cut every sixty years, is only half a ton of pulp per acre annually.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Japan Like Britain : Hard Pressed For Land. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

Japan Like Britain: Hard Pressed For Land. The peculiar agricultural limita, tions of Japan were brought out in a recent paper by Miss E. C. Semple to the Royal Geographical Society. With an equable island climate and food from both land and sea, the conditions favoured the de velopment of early civilisation, but the lack of new area to cultivate for the growing population soon brought the stage of intensive agri-. culture. Production within the is land area has been handicapped. Forests and, barren land make culti vation rare above 2,300 feet, and the arable land of Japan proper is only 14.37 per cent. of the total area, which is a lower percentage than is known elsewhere except in Finland,' Sweden, and Norway sparsely populated countries. The staple crop, rice, is confined to the vicinity of rivers and streams. The available soil is not of fertile kind, and low efficiency is promoted by the practical absence of stock-rais ing. A few attempts to reclaim barren and ill-watered waste...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLENFERRIE STATION (Entrance to Sports Ground) Mr. J. P. NIQUET [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

GLENP1EREE STATION (Entraiice to Sorts Ground) Mr. J. P. NIQUET Desires to inform his friends and patrons that he has secured more commodious rooms at above address, where he will be pleased to receive patients in the future and to per form all operations relating to Dentistry.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HARTWELL ESTATE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

HARTWELL ESTATE SALE. Messrs. Coghill and Haughton re port that last Saturday theyconducted a very successful sale of the pretty Hartwell Estate, Camberwell, and sold 91 out of the io9 lots compris ing the estate. That the land would have sold still better had it been a fine day is evidenced by the fact that of the remaining 18 lots seven have been sold since Monday, and' buyers who thought the sale was sure to have been postponed are looking at the balance. The sale commenced with lot 29 on tlie Hartwell Hill road, which was knocke do:wn at 37s. Other lots in the::sainme road sold from 30s. down-to I4s ; lots in Lodge-road fronm 32s. to I2s..; Brook-road, 2is. to 6s. 3 Wattle Valley-road Extension, 27s. to gs.; Top-road, 25s. to 2is.; and Norwood road, 26s. to 24s. The total sold under the hammer amounted to £4534.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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WHY THE ROMANS NEEDED NO DOCTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

WHY THE RI{OMANS NEEDED NO DOCTORS. Apropos of eating badly, Dr. John Haddon tells us, it is not years that make us stiff and unable to turn somersaults, but the bad habit of eating for pleasure and by the clock. If the Romlans could cond quer the world, eating only one meal in the twenty-four hours, says our authority, what excuse can we have for eating oftener? If we do, need we wonder what we re quire doctors, of whom Rome in her best days would have none within her walls. A'My wife has lost the power of speech." "Well, just see that she doesn't ·receive any sudden fright." *"Would that make her disabilitj permanent ?' L-'No, it might restore 4 )_Ce

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Facts About Yourself. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

Facts About Yourself. -4-3--- The skin contains more than 2,000,000 openings, which are the outlets of an equal number of sweat glands. The human skeleton con sists of more than 200 distinct bones. An amount of blood equal to the whole quantity in the body passes through the heart once every mi aute. The full capacity of the lung.s (s about 320 cubic inches. About two-thirds of a pint of air are inhaled and exhaled at each breath in ordinary respiration. There are said to be more than 500 separate muscles in the body, with an equal number of nerves and blood vessels. The weight of the heart is from eight to twelve ounces. It beats 100 000 times in twenty-four hours. Each respiratory duct is one-fourth of an inch in length, the aggregate of the \Vhole being thus about nine miles. The average man takes five and a half pounds of food and drink each day, which amounts to nearly one ton of .solid and liquid nourishment annually.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Air-Quakes Now. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

"Air-Quakes Now. The sruggestion uthat there are air qualkes, du to explosions of'me teoiites, and cluite independent of earthquakes and ,volcanoes, comes from n0o lssii an authority than MIr. W\. I: Dc iiing, the astronomer. That such epicldsions :are sometimes audible. is. iicli knon?n. Prof. W. Mf; :loots "-as jist' recorded that a large nmeteorite? fallinig near Hol brdok, Ai'ikon, ait 6.30 p.m., on July 19th . 1912, biroke iup with a loud noise ,::thaiit lasted half a miniute o- miore: aund scattered .over a stretcir of thiiee fileiles of sandy desert, more "thi:in.i 4000- of the fragments-of i tital vweight of nearly 50Q pobunds-having been picked up aid: preserved. The ex ploding bodies,: of course, are not always seen. A violent, air shock on the morning of November 19th caused the shaking of windows and other effects in the vicinity of Sun-. ninghill, but could not be connected with any earthquake, and this has led to the conclusion that it was due to the explosion of a fir...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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DEATH OF A METHODIST MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

DEATH OF A- METRODIST MINISTER. By tie a de'th of the Rev. JH. ghaliamh the Methodist Churchies lose one ~ho foi: some years filled tlie Den ham-street, pulpit w.itlih great accept ance, notwithstanding- the fact that he lost his. first wife tlhere, and a marble tablet erected-in' the: church chronicles the, sad :eveint For some years the late clergyman has beeli on the .retired list, .residing. 'at ' Hol grave," Torrington Avenue;, Baliyn, but attending the"Auburin Church.- He w as one of the'.- thee n;i; elb:s of the Indeterninate Sentences Borird, and a very zealous ?sorker;iii aliy cause with whiclih he identified himself.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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"GO-TO-CHURCH" SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

"GO-TO-CHUIRCH " SN?>DAY. iThe serv'ices .it tli i'Auburn \ Metho dist Church oi. Sunday last '\were ex ceedingrl ..\well attended-- thlt in the, eiening especially so h;\en the church was crowded. Tlie Rev. J. -T1homas, ,.A. .President of. the Conference coiiducted -the services, chdi in the evening he W'as assisted b; thl Rev. Mri; Gieen, militar clh'aplan, ,lio is- to accompan)y the first conitin dent; alid the Rev A. T. Holden, B13.A., "ho \ent .with our troops 's .chiaplaini to Soutli h\Afiica r-Thel Rex. Mr. Green. mntde :a? good_ impression by his quiet; chaste and pri'ctical:address.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Boils and Abscesses. ZAM-BUK THE PURIFYING [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

Boils and Abacesses. ZAI-B UK W HE PURIFYING In cases of boils, inflamed pimples, abscesses, and other, foul growths so coimon ,, tims .tune of the year, Zam uluk is anvhluable. Besides thorouglly cleansig theo eruptions or sores or all bad nmaters, Zam-Juk soothes pasn and itchiig, und.licals quickly and per lectly:t - \r. W\. 0.. Innes, 10 Alfrecd-street, Leuterville, Perth, I:A., says:-" A short ;time:ago a painful outbreak of nast~iboihs land swellings appeared on my arm. - As one boil buist another used to foran and each of the resulting sores was most obstinate to heal. The limb got so sore and inflamed 'that it interfered greatly with my work. " When theo a.rm was at its worst, a friend told me about Zam-luk and strongly ,advised be to give it a trial. I purclased a pot and the quick man ner in, whlch t'he balm allayed swell ing and inflanmuation and extractcd pus and had matter from the erup tions was simply wonderful. Even the first dressing olf Zanm-Buk brought great ease,...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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SUDDEN DEATH IN A BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

SUDDEN DEATH IN A BAN=K. O on:-onday monrinig ang elderly man nained Walter Cowan, of 26 Sercombe Grove; Hawthorn; w?as alranging for thie transfer of his baniking:account to the.local branclih of the Bank of Vic toria. -Ini the miiddle of the. tmransac tioin:- Mrl. Wilkifison, the manager, iiotided :a! chanige in his demeanor, aind he suddeily:?collajised from heart failure. His body "was ;removed to the Moilorgue, ;lree an inquiest was held. The late: Mr. Colvam was re ported to be 84 years of:age.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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THE FRATERNITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

THE FIRATERNITIES. (Matter intended for publication in this column should be sent in not later than Tuesday afternoon) CAMBERWELL BRANCH A.N.A. The ordinary meeting of the above was held in lodge-room, Adams' Hall, on 24th September. The president, Mr. H. Hocking, presided. Correspondence was received froni the Metropolitan Committee intimating that it had decided to hold another debate tournament, to-consist of thr.e classes, one of the classes tobe called thkeNovice Team, open oJly tq com petitors under 23 years of ige:. P.3 rom Mir. Smellie, To·ini Clerk inl vltiig imembers to attend a meeting conv;eied by'. tlhe- Iayror:to for i: a braiclih of " tlhe British iRed : Cross League'. Also ain0oher from same, in viting members to attend a lecture by Mr. Ghas. :C. Readie, on .-the town planning question. - Thepresident explained tliat it aias a very ..important movemenlt, a:lhicli he considered, ereiy on shoudilekn something abbut e explaiiedta the object -of ithi gardien--itimv ment:...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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PATRIOTIC CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

- PATRIOT'IC -CO NiiTCE RT· .' ~ t:lhe Reicraticn. Hall, Kew; was "well filled::.ii Moditday evenig, lihen : the R:ehaiits f- 'Kew presefited: a first-ciass conicertih aid:.of the Patrio tic-'im. udi The Hon. S. : Mauger enunciatea the principles of thie Order :.aid urged the members to be united in - their efforts to overthrow the drink traffic. The Secretary, Mr. Hurrell, worked energetically to ensure the suc cess of theconcert, and it was pleas ing to find his efforts so amply re warded, several encores being de manded, and the hour was late when the patrons left for home.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

·:·I:"--?:'?:W:: EDDING. :Oi 'Saturday, x9th September, a p:i'ety wedding took place at Rath I:miies-road Presbyterian Church, Aubuirn, between Miss Jeannie Sorbie, onli) dtuglitet of Mrs. Sorbie, Alex Iander-parade, Glasgow, and Mr. Jas. Cidrle IFerguson, also of Glasgow. 'Tee~ir'sii quiite a number of friends p;reen? i ~a tilie church to witness-the ceieiony ";'vicih was peiformed by .tfiheRe ? E : J"E. Paterson. iT: he biide, vi ho was given away by : J R "Carr ?looke" i'ery nice in :wpiieitty )dress of: tussore silk,; with siti·and lce c'trimmings, andshe -was a:ttended lelby MigsMolly Stevenson, of Edinbuigih The bsidegroom was :suioited: by: Mi Chas. G. Cofield, fLoniidori:: :: I' The liappy pair afterwards received tlheir friends at Blackwood," the residence of Mr. and Mr. J. R. Carr, wihere the wedding breakfast was served in the real old Scotch style. Later in the evening the happy couple left for Healesville (amidst showers of confetti), wyhere the honey moon will be spent...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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OPENING OF THE GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

OPENING OF THE GREIEN. L :;st Saturday u afternoon witnessed the opening of the Caliteibury Bowl ing Green .ihn the presence of ,ilarge number of spectators.s The grounds piresented a mnost pleasing appearaice. The "?kitt, " was. thoown by) Mrs. Huckerby; and at once the rinlks found p.nlaves:.s Mr; G: ?Buckley (president) ~i?rged: tlhe. iemebers to at tempt to carry off the pelinanit honou?s 'and. coiigratulated the club 'on its strong .numnerical a 'i iiiincia, losi-: tion . . .

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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RAILWAY DEPARTMENT TO PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

.RAILWAY DEPARTMENT TO PAY. S:Iinf'tlie .High Court- on- Monday, the verdictit: for Clihrissti::"na rePitice, a dressiakei"??~ :.k~foi £350 a gainst the Raih?ir :!?iD?pastrnent,': -?; w's' restored -,thornby a-'?:[ii {.K~e?'? 'ti?aii: rl ::31rd. Sep) ntemer , f-I)-intending to go to Aubu?n W :n gliting at Haw .thorn she fell aindsustained injpries, for :;1hicl she claimed £50o.0 The case had pieviously. been tried before Jiudg Johlinstoln:a-d i-:jur-, and also tlie Stte rul :Couti

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Hawthorn City Council. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 2 October 1914

Hawthorn City Council. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30. Present-His Worship the Mayor (Or. Rigby) in the chair, and Crs. Wood, Burton, Roche, Lord, Ward, Russell, Schwerin; Sambell, Nolan and McKay Leave of absence was granted to Cr Barbour.

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