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RAILWAY OFFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
RAILWAY OFFENCES. For having travelled in a first-class carriage on a second-class ticket be- tween Melbourne and Croydon on Oc- tober 11th., Vera Gallagher, of 21 ? &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ? costs. &nbsp; &nbsp; T. A. Clark, a specaii? ticket checker, in the employ of the Vic- torian Railways, gave evidence that on October 11th, between Glenferrie and Croydon, he found defendant, who was with a male companion, travelling in a first-class carriage iith a second-class ticket. She at first gave a wrong name and address, and it was not until he had threatened to bring the police that he was given the correct name. Richard Lucas, who was in com- pany with Gallagher, was also charged by Inspector Jos. Dean, of the Victorian Railway Department, with having on October 11th, travel- led between Melbourne and Croydon in a first-class carriage on a second class ticket. T. A. Clarke, railway ticket col- lector, gave evidence of having found defendant in a f...
DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
DEBT CASES. F. T. Bulloch v. Wm. Vesta for 6 5s. 6d, goods sold and delivered. Order for amount, with 15s. 6d. costs. R. Ragg v. Mrs. McDonough, for £3 7s. 6d., goods sold and de- livered. .\ Order for amount, with 15s. 6d. costs. F. T. Bulloch v. T. McArthur, &nbsp; for £2 6s. 9d., goods sold and de- livered: Order, with 15s. 6d. costs.
"THE DOOR THAT ALWAYS OPENS." [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
"THE DOOR THAT ALWAYS OPENS." " The Door That Always Opens," is the title of the latest illustrated booklet issued by Dr. Barnado's Homes. It contains the life stories of a day's admissions told in very readable fashion. Here is one of them:- "In the dark hours comes little &nbsp; &nbsp; Ted'Iv, lu ad in the street at two o'clock in the morning, burning with fever. Not even Dr. Barnardo's Homes could save him, and we can see that he must die. But nobody could know how pitiful some of his last words would be. His good nurse kissed him like a mother. ' Why did you do that ?' said the astonished boy; and then, 'Nobody-never kissed-me-afore.'" For nearly half-a-century the door of Dr. Barnado's Homes has opened to all destitute children. Many of them come in a pitiable condition- afflicted, suffering and miserable. 78,000 children have passed through the Door, and the majority of them have been trained in various ways to take their places as useful citizens in the homela...
HAWTHORN AND DISTRICT UNITED FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISPENSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
HAWTHORN AND DISTRICT &nbsp; UNITED FRIENDLY SOCIETIES &nbsp; DISPENSARY. The Committee present their annual &nbsp; report as follows:- &nbsp; The past half-year has been the most eventful in the history of our in- stitution. It has also been the most strenuous. Triumphing over many difficulties, we took possession of, fitted up, and entered into occupation of our new premises, not as mere tenants, but as owners. The suit- ability of the site appealed to us from the first, but now we have had ex- perience of it, we are more than ever convinced that there is no better spot in the district for our operations, and certainly none that could have been secured on such advantageous terms, The membership of the Dispensary has increased substantially. The profit and loss account for the half-year shows a credit balance of £38 19S. 9d. Owing to the fact that the property in Burwood-road, ac- quired some time ago for a Dispensary site, had to be sold at less tha...
COLEMAN'S ESTATE, BLACKBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
COLEMAN'S ESTATE, BLACKBURN. Messrs. Coghill and Haughton re- port a small, attendance at their sale of the above estate. Bidding was slow, and low prices were realised for the allotments. The sale ? was effected by the proximity ? &nbsp; &nbsp; days, the heat, and the? &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; aquatic carnival on the lake ? many of the residents to that func- tion. The lots facing Blackburn road were sold from 13s. to 12s. 6d. per foot; on the south side of Wal- sham-road prices ranged from 7s. to 4s. ; and on the north side from 5s. to 4s. The four remaining lots failed to draw a bid, and were passed in. Of the five odd allotments, lots 48 and 49, in Gardenia-street, realised £1 per foot, the total sales amount- ing to £477 12s. 2d.
SCOTT'S EPITAPH AND ITS ORIGIN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
SCOTT'S EPITAPH AND ITS ORIGIN. Perhaps the most interesting fea- ture of the January "Life," which is just to hand, is a photograph and an explanation of the origin of the epitaph which was written for the memorial cross to Captain Scott and his fellow heroes. It seems that when Captain Scott was leaving for the South Pole, Dr. Alexander Leeper, Warden of Trinity College, Melbourne, gave him as a memento a little volume of Browning, in which he wrote the concluding lines from Tennyson's &nbsp; Ulysses: "To strive, to seek, to find, but not to yield." The little volume was discovered in the tent with Cap- tain Scott, and the members of the search party, considering the lines a most appropriate epitaph, carved them on the cross which stands on Observa- tion Hill. Other interesting articles in this ex- cellent number are: "The Greatest Business on Earth," in which Freder- ick Palmer, the war correspondent, tells how Science has robbed War of its romance; Mr. Carlyle Smythe's d...
NURSING OLD AGE. OLD PEOPLE ARE SELDOM LOTH TO GO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
NURSING OLD AGE. OLD PEOPLE ARE SELDOM LOTH TO GO &nbsp; The nursing of old people is usually supposed to be depressing. But need this be so? True, there is seldom &nbsp; much prospect of complete cure in their case, but at the least their suf- ferings may be alleviated, their dis ease modified, and their general con dition improved, by skilful nursing. As a rule also they suffer less acute- ly than younger people afflicted in a similar manner. Their sensibilities are dulled, or their power of endur- ance is less, so that they quickly su- cumb under severe pain, sinking in' merciful unconsciousness. Then again even when dying, unless they have led bad lives and are addicted to dri or other excesses, there is something &nbsp; natural about their condition, like the falling of ripe fruit from a tree. They are seldom loth to go. From long anticipation they have got ac- customed to the idea of death, and do not dread it as younger folk may. There is nothing of th...
HOSPITALITY. HOW IT IS EXERCISED IN CERTAIN PARTS OF ARABIA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
HOSPITALITY. HOW IT IS EXERCISED IN CER TAIN PARTS OF ARABIA. Captain Butler and Captain Ay mer tell of the curious ideas of ho- pitality held by some of the natives of that wild country lying between Bagdad and Damascus :--"We found Feysul Ibn Rashid (a minor ruler of Arabia) sitting in a low room, the roof of which was supported by wooden pillars. All around the side of the room were spread carpets, on which sat his viziers and members of his court. &nbsp; "He is a man of 33 years, with &nbsp; dark, pointed beard, good, regal features, but eyes that are cold and cruel, and he has a nervous fidget manner, and-was all the time arrang- ing his abba (cloak) and combing and curling his mostache and beat? &nbsp; and admiring himself in a small, cheap looking-glass that hung just behind him. Above his head, on the wall, hung his silver-mounted walk- ing-stick and a sword, the sheath of which was also covered with silver. He was very richly dressed. "On our arrival...
THE HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
THE HOUSEHOLD Tomato Omelet.--Peel and mince fine- ly four tomatoes; mix a tablespoonful of flour with a little thin cream till quite smooth, add three beaten eggs to it, also a little salt, sugar, cayenne, half 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 nice &nbsp; 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 meat stew gently for about four hours, basting it with the stock occasionally. When tender strain off 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 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
DON'T FORGET ! &nbsp; We offer the following advice to our readers:—Don't forget that our advertising columns always contain new advertisements. Don't forget to read these care- fully, as they are of real interest to you. Don't forget that the stocks of local tradespeople are well assorted and intended to meet the requirements of the citi- zens. Don't forget that you often lose time and money by not patronising those who surround you. Finally, don't forget to men- tion that you saw the advertise- ment in the "Citizen" The Ladies' Parlor The Ladies' Parlor-what is the Ladies' Parlor ? The Ladies' Parlor-The New Up-to-date Ladies' Emporium The Ladies' Parlor-Where is the Ladies' Parlor? The Ladies' Parlor- 355 BURWOOD ROAD, The Ladies' Parlor-Opposite St. Columb's Church. A Hearty Welcome and Good Treatment for all the Esteemed Citizens of Hawthorn and District. &nbsp; 10 yards of Silk for 2s. 6d. CARRIAGE PAID. The Ceylon Silk Company have decided toniake a Special Of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 2 January 1914
This is No. 77 Auburn Road &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; You will find it next the Station. ' Tis here you will meet with a Good Class of DRAPERY at Moderate Prices. New Goods Come and Go. &nbsp; You will always find Lines you want-Goods you must have, at &nbsp; S prices that will please. Kindly patronise Your Auburn Draper &nbsp; WILLIAM CAFFIN. he will do his best to please and serve you at his grand little shop, at &nbsp; 77 Auburn Road, with pleasure. HATHERLEY & HORSFALL 361-363 BURWOOD RD. &nbsp; Hawthorn. Tel. 421 Haw. HOUSE DECORATORS Importers of Paints, Oils, and Varnishes, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Importers of Mount Boards, Picture Mouldings, You'll Find Our Prices All Right. Wall Papers, Painters' Brushware, GOLD LEAF, &c. Artists' Materials, Window, Glass &nbsp; &am...
FOOTBALL. HAWTHORN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 16 January 1914
FOOTBALL. HAWTHORN CLUB. &nbsp; The Victorian Football Association recently decided to admit the Haw- thorn Club into its ranks during the ensuing season. With a view to discussing matters relating to the local club, a meeting of supporters will be held at the Haw- thorn Town Hall, on Monday, Janu- ary 19th, at 8 p.m. The residents are already display- ing great keenness in the local club, and now that it has been admitted into first-class senior football, there is every indication of a record member- ship, and an influx of young and pro- mising players. All particulars regarding member- ship are obtainable from Councillor R. Wm. Lord (hon. secretary), Bur- wood-road, West Hawthorn.
HAWTHORN RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 16 January 1914
HAWTHORN RIFLE CLUB. The first shoot, for the new year of the above club took place on Saturday afternoon, 10th inst., at Port Mel- bourne ranges, when the "Barbour Trophy " was advanced another stage. Conditions were 14 shots at 200 yards. Owing to the breeze continually swing- ing from 9 to 12 o'clock, members found a difficulty in holding the small bullseye. The scores were:- 200 yds. Hdp. Ttl. A. Raw ............ 66 3 69 R.Russell......... 61 4 65 G. Giles ...... . 58 6 64 H.R. Hamner....... 59 4 63 W. A. McPherson 58 4 62 J.P.Barnes...... 56 4 60 E. J. Neagle... ... 54 6 60 &nbsp; P.Lee........... 45 6 51 A. Hennett ........ 33 8 41 The shoot-off for the tie between J. P. Barnes and P. Lee for the Burton Trophy resulted in favour of the former member.
HAWTHORN MAIN DRAIN. The Editor "Hawthorn Citizen." [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 16 January 1914
HAWTHORN MAIN DRAIN. The Editor " Hawthorn Citizen." Sir,-In asking you to insert this letter on behalf of a large number of ratepayers in Hawthorn, I do so in the hope of inducing the Council to complete-the work they have already begun with our main drain. The pre- sent danger it affords to loss of life cannot be properly understood by our representatives, or the probable actions at law to which they lay themselves open to. Surely the heavy legal costs already paid, or to be paid, and in- curred in the past should have been sufficient warning to arouse their placid complacency and criminal negligence, but as guardians of the public welfare they may very likely find themselves arraigned before a bar of justice to answer the appeal of citizens for the loss of life incurred. The money spent in bricking and cementing would have been better spent had the Council's officers undertaken the work, and it now would be covered in, and would have cost no more. Yours, etc., A RATEPAYER.
IRISH NATIONAL FORESTERS CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 16 January 1914
IRISH NATIONAL FORESTERS CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Hawthorn v. Carlton, played at Royal Park. Hawthorn, 50 (eight men batting; W. Johnson, 27. H. Lang two for 7, M. F. Cuming three for 11, W. Ryan two for 17, J. Cad- dell none for 9). Carlton, 106 (Cook 24, G. White 23, J. Fleming 15, W. O'Callaghan 10; E. Owen three for 7, I. Feain two for 22, W. Johnson three for 42, W. Hussey none for 19). To be continued next Saturday. "CITIZEN." With which is incorporated THE "BOROONDARA STANDARD' (Established 28 years.) Official Organ of the Hawthorn City ouncil and Hawthorn Progress Association FRIDAY, JAN. 16, 1914
OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 16 January 1914
OURSELVES. The proprietors of this journal will, in future, provided suffcient encouragement is afforded by ad- vertisers, publish a monthly edi- tion of 5000 copies, which will en- able us to reach a larger clientele than at present. We purpose giv- ing an epitome of the month's do- ings, which will enable our readers to send the CITIZEN to their friends whom they wish to keep in touch with current events, and will be glad to welcome suit- able matters of social and public interest for this edition if sent in before the 20th of each month. The year 1913 proved a record one for the sale of the " Citizen." This clearly demonstrates that the " Citi- zen "'is acknowledged as the leading newspaper for the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, both as regards news and as an advertising medium. We have a large and increasing circulation, and all progressive trades people should secure a space in our journal, which will materially assist their business extending. The "Citizen " may be obtained at ...
Socialities. PERSONAL — COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 16 January 1914
Socialities. PERSONAL - COMING EVENTS. Residents of Hawthorn and Camberwell are requested to supply any items of social or personal interest relating to "days at home," engagements, marriages, &c. It is our desire to make this column an interesting one, especially to our lady readers. The Hawthorn City Council will meet on Wednesday next at 7.30 p.m. &nbsp; As the business is important, a full attendance of members is expected. Sir Arthur and Lady Stanley and family will embark on the R.M.S. Osterley at Toulon, on January 21, for Melbourne, accompanied by the aides-de-camp, Captain F. H. Gale, of the Bedfordshire Regiment, and Lieutenant C. Wilson, formerly of the Tenth Hussars. Senior-Constable T. Mahoney, of Hawthorn West, has retired, on pen- sion, from the police force. Senior- Constable Serpell, of Prahran, will be transferred to Hawthorn West. In the Mayor's room on Tuesday next the Hawthorn magistrates will make a presentation to Mr. Terence Mahoney. &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn and Camberwell Citizen — 16 January 1914
King Bros. Art Tailors, 523 Burwood Road, Auburn (opp. Tower Hotel) Ladies' Tailor - made Costumes a Speciality Latest Suitings for Coming Season. NO WORK ENTRUSTED TO FACTORY. Business Notices. VALUE IN FURNITURE of Style & Quality All prospective home-furnishers are cordially invited &nbsp; to inspect our up-to-date stock. It includes every- thing that is needed for the complete equipment of every class of home, and a great many Inexpensive Suites in the best styles and designs, suitable for large or small rooms. Though we do not make a feature &nbsp; of credit-furnishing, we offer really remarkable value for cash and can arrange extended payments if desired. J. Perriman & Sons Complete House Furnishers, Opp. Hawthorn Town Hall. Tel. 191. General Engineering Co. Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, &nbsp; 256 BURWOOD ROAD, HAWTHORN (NEXT TOWN HALL). &nbsp; And at 367a Post Office Place West, MELBOURNE. Tel. 6609 Central. DESIGNS AND ...