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URGENCY OF BURWOOD ROAD TRAM [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915

URGENCY OF BURWOOD ROAD TRAMI One of.the first-and most import ant things to be considered by the Haithorii?aLnid Ceamberivell Councils shotildl be .?the punshingl- forward of thliei?-:a!iis :of-: thetramiway along Butir.ood?id .d?oi: It has~: ahars sur prised;istis hat, thefi atter i;as not assidutouslyiy ressed upoitlheG6vern enit itwlhen th?ei other- concessions were ? b't':ai?di b~it iif amy ?proof of its neessity.iis wanited; the success of the oimo?ior bs stanlds. out iii: clear oiutlietiie .:we do: d.iiot: in any way liegruiidge the Conipanji its .large iprofits foi they have been Wvof as the restilt of its :enterprise Neverthe l-ess, we cainnit b`it feei that tlhe saime succe;si swouild haild lia attendel : the trais?, and the ratepayers, instead of:ail. outbide comipany, would have bieeilleridi invg the advantage. Cer tainly ithe citizeiis.:should continue to ii'ge upo~i the Councils cbncerned thielurgent !iimportiinace of the work, lIeforie the i iatter of:vested interests...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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How War Affects Australians Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915

How War Affects Australians Abroad. "Australians and New Zealanders in London are divided into two clasess: tiose who come and go. and those who come and stay--if they can.' So writes a London correspondent of "Everylady's Journal" in the January number of that magazine' just issued. The Writes goes ,n to explain how bohli classes were otruck by the bombshell of war, and Ihow they met the crisis. 'The most serious. losses of the first class," the writer says, "were of strayed luggage and missed opportunities of sight seeing; their gravest anxieties were about suspended letters of credit and delayed passages home. " But what of the other class? To all of them it meant reduction, to some it spelt collapse, to others it loked like starvatioin. Yet with all. London ' knocked sideways,' as the cockney says by the shock of the war, no one returned to the normal more quickly than the Australian. Actors turned policemen, musicians became truckmen, artists drove ambu lance motors, and scores...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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A Night Attack. TELLING WHAT HAPPENED WHEN THE DESTROYER FOUND ITS PREY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915

A Night Attack. TELLIN WHAT BHAPPENED WHEIN T'HIE DESTRI()YER S?FPOUND ITS PREY. The flotilla of destroyers is far Sout in the Channel searching fdr the fleet of battleships it has been or dered to attack. It is a .iirty1 night-pitch-dark, with no moon and,, as the little' sihps 'thrash their way through the south-wVeet erlay gale, whiits of icy-cold spray) 1 rattle on boerdl. SNot a solitary gleam of light is Svisible anywhere, and in the 1 torpedo craft, which are working in groups of three, station-keeping Sis a matter of some diftieut.y. On the bucketing bridge of one of them stands the lieutenant in com mand. He is wedged uip hi one cor ner of the painted canvas screen, peering out through the darkness at the dim, l)lack shape ol the next craft ahead, only fifty yards a.way, and every now and then he turns a mutled order to the man at the engine-zoom telegraph. Not far from the skipper stands a sub-lieutenant, clad in olakins and sea-boots, and both he and the sig nalman beside...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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SPECIAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915

SPECIAL NOTICE. SThe -increasing circulation of the "Citizen" is demonstrated by the fact that our advertisement columns 'are always full of paying advertisers (not dummies), patrons being con vinced that this journal goes right to the people's homes-in fact, we have been notified to that effect, as our ad. vertisers have proved the value of ad vertising il the "Citizen" by their increased trade. " George, dear, -my neck !" she screamed. " Your neck? What's the [matter?" :" There's a pillercat ;ter- . what.?"Ž ' A. tapper killer- - !" - " What in the. world -do you mean, dear? " " Oh, George;" she moaned, . as she . clutched; him fralnticallyx . -A. kitterpaller !: You know; dear, a patterkiller !" ~" Oh I" said George?: with evident relief, and he proceeded to:brush the future but terfly .:. . wa -- Thlie younmgsters of the State are tak t:ing the :wari very seriously. At the Queenscliff State school si. pupils won prizes at the local flower show, The first intimationthat Mr. Hughe...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Hawthorn Rifle Club. DON TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 8 January 1915

Hawthorn Rifle Club. DON TROPHY. 17 shots at 500 yards. This trophy was advanced another stage on Saturday 19th, when one of our new members won the leg in for the trophy. \. Raw 66 3 69 J. W. C'. Mainsbridge ... 62 7 69 P. W. Earle ... 64 4 68 H. R. Hamer .... 64 4 68 J. Barnes. ... 62 4 66 It. Russell ... 61 5 66 W. Lee ... 62 4 66 - Smitheram ... 60 6 66 G. Giles ... 60 3 65 NT. Muir ... 57 8 65 R.. Smith .... 61 .4 65 O. Donnell -... 52 12 64 W. Duncan ... 65 7 62 11. F. PNason .. 55 7 62 L. Raw .. 53 7 60 A. Russell .;. 44 9 53

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 15 January 1915

FROOTOID8 'Cure Headache, Indigestion, C ?onstipation, and Biliousness. -------ooo--- SThe imm.'se number of orders for SFrootoids, sent by post direct to the Pro Sprietor, is convincing proof that the Public apprc.ciate their splendid curing : power over the above-named complaints. Fishey are elegant in appearance, pleasant to take, and, what is of the utmost im portance, thoroughly reliable in affording : quick relief. aFrootoids are immensely more valu Sable than an ordinairy aperient, in so far y that they not only act as an aperient, - but do remove from the blood, tissues, and iwternal organs, waste poisonous matter that is clogging them and choking the chaninels that lead to and from them. The beneficial -effects of Frootoids are evident at once by the disappearance of headache, the head becoming clear, and a ,bright, cheery sense of perfect health . taking the place of sluggish, depressed : feelings, by the liver acting properly, and by the food being properly digested Froot...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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How Germany Hates. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 15 January 1915

How Germany Hates. We have had a good deal of literature telling of the Allies' point of view in the present struggle, and the publication of the German White Paper gave us the German official explanation of the causes of the war; but, apart from stray references in the cablegrams, little has been said about the mental attitude of the press and public in Germany. Therefore, a section of Dr. Fitchett'e history of the month, in "Life" for January, devoted to this special subject will be welcomed. Dr. Fitchett points out that in Germany, as elsewhere, the newspaper counts for much in moulding public opinion. "And it must always be remembered," he adds." that German newspapers have a special function. They are, in a. sense, part of the machinery of Government. There are very few newspapers that do not obey the direct or indirect inspiration of the Press Department of the Wilhelm strasse, which has been, since the days of Bismarck. one of the most important departments in the German Fore...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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PARABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 15 January 1915

PARABLE. A certain man, who hailed from Australia, turned up at the small struggling town of-, his father's birthplace. He was fairly well equipped with this world's goods, and signified his intention of doing some thing for the town, in memory of his father; He soon discovered that the people needed a public hall, which he decided to build and present to them. Of course, he could not build the hall in the air, and se he looked about for a ground site. Having found a suitable vacant lot, he next proceeded to inter-! view the owner. Australian: "Well, how much do you want for this piece of ground? " Landlord: " £20 a year." Australian: "Wh-a-t ! £20 a year ? Why, where I come from, you can get it for five shillings."' Landlord: "Yes,no doubt you could and the ground here may not be worth more than that; bat look at the advantages you have-a splendid rail way service, nice paved streets, roads well kept and well lit, good drainage, gas and water laid on, free education, a workhouse fo...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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AT THE PRINCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 15 January 1915

'AT IHE EPRINCESS. The revival of 'The Night Side of 1Londoln,: by thie .George 'Wil loughby dramatic company, has at tracted good -audcienices during this iveek.: the ?actilng .?of the principal charadters, beinigexcepti6oiallvy realis tic. As we: ha~ -,.lescribed the inci dents surroundiig tihis plaxy dn a for micr occ6asioi ,? istlereisn:o need. to reite?iteour riiii'rks. S;: i Siflice to say I that .Miss: Muriel[Dale, as. the hand some l?ixenitiuless No'n?? i : Mferrick, deser~ ed. the succis: se ?e achieved, 'and; 'togetleWi nith Mr: :l.oland Con say,;. receivsed the fullest apiprobation of a, critical atidience. Mr . C.-Stan ford ahidi': Mir.: Riutla- d Beckett as Ostler Jimn and Herod Steinberg re 'pectively: aliso: caime :in for a full share of vell-merited applause. To night and during the week the cornm xny Will appear in an equally power fil drama, entitled: "A4 Gifl's Temptation."{,. The usual. prices, 2s., as., and 6d., will lbe charged. "

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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THEATRES. SINBAD THE SAILOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 15 January 1915

THEATRDES. SINBAD THE SAILOR. The& elaboratelv-motunted panto mime produced by Mr. Anderson at the " King's " continues to attract crowded houses nightly, and de servedly so, as it is without excep tion the very best extravaganza yet staged by- the management. The audiences at the matinees ou Wed nesdavs and Saturdays are equally large, thereby demonstrating the fact that the " kiddies" approve as heartily as the " grown-ups," and everything goes with a swing, from the rising of the curtain to the close. Miss Olive Marston. the young Eng lish actress, makes a very handsome boy, and, of course, with Miss Mag gie Moore we have a most consistent Dame; her acting as Mrs. Sinbad is the most laughable character study we have seen for years. The heroine of the pantomime, Miss Rita Rends, is a delightful and pleasing actress, doing her work well and singing ex quisitely. A long caste of charac ters ably assist'in making the enter taintneni a whirl of mirth, melody and magnificence, ...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 15 January 1915

You are requested to become a sub scribed to the "Citizen." A postal note for 5s. will pay for one year's subscription post free. Published every Friday at 438 Burwood-road, Hawthorn. Melbourne. I 'i 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 the Colonial and Foerign Markets they. supply; STEAMSHIP LINES arranged under the Ports to which they sail, and indicating the approxi mate Sailings; PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES of leading Manufecturers, Merchants, etc., in the principal provincial towns and industrial 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 advertiseme...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Custards and How to Cook Them. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 15 January 1915

Ohstard and uHow to aiue Them. The great canue of failure In custard making, both ha'ed and boiled, is that s aided milk is not neud, which has been al lowed to cool before adding the eggs. .An. other reaon of failure is that the sugar should be added after cooking, which is seldom done. When making a good rich custard it Is necessary to take five or six eggs for eaoa quart of milk; for a plainer one three egg, to a quart will do, provided the milk is thickened with a little norm I gr. ustatqs . need very delloate .avouring, therefore, it is well to add the essence gradually, a few drops at a time, so as not to overdo is. For a stewed custard for one pehron, bealt .p one egg in a teacupful of milk, ?avo'r and sweeten it, pour it into a breafluast cop, oover it with a piece of greased paper, atani in a saucepan hail full of bohing water, cover it, and stand by the side of the fire, where it will gently simmer for twenty to thirty minutes. Turn out to serve. Coffee custard is easily p...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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HAWTHORN TRAMWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 15 January 1915

HAWTHORN TRAMWAYS. In this connection we note with pleasure the action of the Hawthorn Tramways Trust, which has decided to have its cars built of seasoned Australian woods, believing that there are available stocks of- timber which are fully matured. If a few public bodies such as this only provide ocu lar demonstrations to the public, we venture to think that Australia will soonl rise to the occasion by planting, growing, and "manufacturing some of the finest timber the world produces, thus aiding in giving employment to thousands of workers, amld indirectly helping to raise some of the millions required to finance our ultimate war bill.

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AN OLD-WORLD GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 15 January 1915

AN OLD-WORTLD GARDEN. Where roonm can be afforded, a plot ana be laid out for the cultivation of :the delightful old-fashioned flowers, for is it not possible that an excessi'e use is being made of ,era niuns,:sal ia boiifilre. cosmosm dahlias, iiesine ?i: altdrnanthera etcj" :-to , the eclusioni: of -some aof i ou" sweetlv scented favourites -of: .say':I twenty ei'eas ago, ifn Britain ? The--latter may not grow so tall as in the cooler climate of the holimeland, but never theless ' a great -many ofi them give excellent results in .this splendid climate of ours around Melbounrie. .Before we commence to give the naiies of soinge that pay. to grow, we mmust first of 'ill choose the coolest spot i6tlni or gr-den-that is, an east ern or soutlherni -:a?spect, their com mehce to lay out our gardeli, digging it. up dleeply. afid paving the paths bri6k's or stones. so that the crevices betweeii ma'i be planted with sweet-sceinted musk: tiivme (golden, silver; etcd.), stone crop, forget-me n...

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THE HOUSEHOL [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 15 January 1915

THE HOUSEHOL ' 0 -, Tomato Omelet.-Peel and mince fn Sfoulr tomatoes; mix a tablespoonful == flour with a litlle thin cream till 9uite smooth, add three beaten eggs t,, t, also a little salt, sugar, cayenne, alt a finely minced shallot, and the tomatoes. Fry the omelet in the usual way in an ounce of butter, and serve very hot. . Fricandeau of Veal.-Take a nie piece of fillet of veal, neatly trinm It, and lard one side thickly with bacon; put a layer of carrote 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 four hours, beting it with the stock occasionally. When tender strain of the gravy, remove the fat from it; put the meat into a hot oven to brown; thicken the gravy with butter and flour, and pour it over the meat when dished. A boi de...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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PANAMA EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 15 January 1915

PANAMA EXHIBITION. Woflinden and Co., Art Metal Workers, of Kirk's Lane, Melbourne, recently completed to order the whole of the artistic declhsse -furnishings and fittings required for the elaborate display of office and room furniture, which was manufactuied solely from selected Australian wdods, and in tended by the Commonwealth Govern ment for the forthcoming Panama Exhibition. The following is from "Haneard," 17th December, 1914 : Mr. Hannah said-When the A.N.A Exhibition was on I waited on Mr. Shannon and he showed me samples of Tasmanian and Queensland timbers and some tallow wood from New South Wales. I said to him, "Where is our Victorian blackwood?" and he replied, "It is not as good as the Tasmanian," I do not blame him for he did not know better. The prejudice against our own timbers is appalling. In connection with our Commonwealth and other public ofices youwill find that,with one or two exceptions, maple from Queensland is used. Silky oak may be used for the furniture...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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Garden Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 15 January 1915

Giarden Notes: (By a Professional Gardener) In publishing these notes each week written by an expert, the Editor hopes that they will be of use to gardening readers, and also help others who may be quite in ignorance as to what to plant, and sow.

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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SPECIAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 15 January 1915

SPECIAL NOTICE. The imcreasing circulation of the " Citizen " is demonstrated by the fact that our advertisement columns are always full of paying advertisers (not dummies), patrons being con vinced that :this journal goes right to the people's homes-in fact, we have been notified to that effect, as our ad. vertisers have proved the value of ad vertising in the " Citizen" by their increased tra&'. Veal M ould.-Gyemae * plain mould and decorate it withf chopped ham. car rots cut in fancy sherpes, or hard-boiled egg; fill the mould with small slices of uncooked veal cutlet and tongue, with thin layers of chrpped cooked hamt and forcemeat: fill up with good veal stock nicely flav-oured, aover the mould with r ,iate and bake slowly for tw': hours. When cold, turx" out, garni1: the dish with slices of Lmcumber and salad, and mir a. good mayonnaise sauce with' the salad itn a bowl. Queen's Ps:ddiuws.-Beat t?hree ounces of butter to a cream with two ounces of sugar, add two egs and...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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THE FRATERNITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 15 January 1915

THE FRATERNITIES. (Matter intended for publication in this column should be sent in not later than Tuesday afternoon?) HAWTHORN BRANCH, A.N.A. T'he fortniightly meeting of the aboxe branch was held on the 4th January, Mr. G. E. Roberts presid ing over a fair attendance. A letter was received from the Town Planning Committee, notifying the branch that Mr. E. C. Rigby, Mayor of Hawthorn, had been ap pointed to lecture to the branch on " Town Planning." A letter was received from Mr. R. Abercrombie, delegate to the A.N.A. Mletropolitan Committee, giving his reasons for not supporting the other branch delegates in opposing, as re quested by a resolution of the branch, a proposal to hold goat races at the National Fete on A.N.A. Day..Con sideration of the letter was deferred until Mr. Abercrombie's return from Tasmania. The following accounts were passed for payment :-Sick pay, £8; medi cal fees to Kew branch, £i ; ice cream for Family Night, £2z 7s. 6d.; Board of Directors' assessments,...

Publication Title: Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen
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CRICKET. EASTERN SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. KEW BAPTISTS V. RATHMINES-ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 15 January 1915

CRICKET. EASTERN SUBURBAN A880. CIATION. KEW BIPTISTS v. RATH MINES-ROAD. The albo?~e clubs commenced their match last Saiturday, on the ground of the latter. Rathmines-Road batted first, but they did not give the bowlers- much trouble, their b1tting on the whole being rather poor. Rumnble 7, Pickett 5, and D. Daw born 6, were the top-scorers. The innings- closed for 28, after three quarters of an hour's batting. The bowling of the Baptists was good, but tliey were helped by the wicket, which was on the soft side. (J. Fagan four for. 17, C. Paul three for i, and J. Rimington g?o for 9 divided, the wickets.) Kew.Baptists,. in their first innings, made. 56. C. Paul gave a fine ex hibition of hitting. Out of his score of 76i lhe hit eight sixers. In one.over he-scored 29 runs, which is armost arecord. J. Fagan batted stubbornly for "4, and -D. Jarman played a.i lseful innings for 21. This is his .first match, and he will strengthen the teamconsiderabl? - be ing. a good bat, wicket-keep...

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