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The Control of the Air. A STERN STRUGGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
The Control of the Air. A STERN STRUGGLE. A struggle has begun on the' Con tinent for the military control of the air. No longer a phantasy of the novelist, or a dream of the inventor, the fight for mastery is being waged under the very eyes of wondering Europe. The two com batants, needless to say, are France and (Germany; and- how far this struggle already has been carried, is shown- in an able paper -by Mr. Theodore M. R. von Keler. The Zeppelins are by far the fast est aerial cruisers, possessing a speed of seventy-five feet per se cond, while the fastest French ships so far have only been able to make fifty-tw'o feet per second, long-dis tance flights in each case being figured as a basis for the calcula 'tion. The new German naval Zep pelin, too, holds the endurance re cord of over 31 hours in the air, during the course of which it cov-. ered 1,200 miles and broke the re cord of the "Adjutant Reau '3 of 21 hours 21 minutes and 569 miles, made a year ago. France pays special at...
CARE OF THE FEET BY AN EXPERIENCED WALKER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
CAIlE OF 'I'HE FEET BY AN EX PEIIlENCED WALKER. A:."tramyp" writes: "Bathe your feet as often as you can. Before retiring give them a good - soak in hot water, with salt in it. For un toughened feet, use a boot not too tight, with a thick sole, a low heel,. and wear two pairs of stockings.. Each day, before starting-and dur ing the day if needful-apply vase line or tallow very freely to any, parts that chafe. Little pads of cotton carrying vaseline, tucked betWeen troublesome.toes or plas tered on the surface of the foot anywhere that there is trouble, simply work. wonders. Starting with soft muscles and tender feet, the writer has walked hundreds of rouigh miles without a particle of distress in the feet-simply. because they were given very goq? e rL
Chicken Factories. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
Chicken Factories. The newest 'thing in- poultry farm ing is the electricalc culture of chicks; and one of the most inter esting feiitures of .? .)no;el.30,000 egg 'electrical hatc!lery at Muskogec, Oklahoma, is the"m:ilethod of fore ing .the growth of lthe} young birds hy the aid of elcctiic light. A hO iwatt-. tufingstcn a::: mp ii ; which, .b" nicalisi of a .:ps ,eciail switch, I turnied on and??ff r f ';:ialteri-tte peiterds of eight hour eacin is. suspetnded ;in: tlie run~iway . 'The c dhick fills 'its 'croi - in the eight. hours of : electrie ' illumiina. tion, and rests" during..the eight hours the light is shat off. Thus, the. chicks live three electric day;s' in two ordinary suinshine days. In. the customary way of broodling chicks, eight hours out of the 24 are wasted, or, as an ,uthority expresses it electrically, "theload factor is 66 per cent." T'he clec tric outfit, however, we are fIrtiher told, is run at nearly 100-per-cent. load factor, and electric chicks four week...
HAWTHORN CITY BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
HAWTHORN CITY BAND, A musical band, well organised, well disciplined, and well trained, is one of the most valuable assets any city can possess. Valuable because its power for good is so far-reaching that all classes of the community reap benefit froni its operations. The diffi culty with such. institutions is. their upkeep, inasmuch as to keep pace with the growing requirements of the people it is essential that the very latest and best in the musical world should be secured. Our residents are *just as keen on hearing good music as their neighbours in other municipalites, and our bandsmen are equally keen on giving its patrons of the best. That our band has done this its successes and trophies prove, and now ways and means have to be provided that they may proceed to Ballarat and there do friendly battle with other bands, and, we trust, bring back fresh honours to Hawthorn. Discarding the old time policy of trusting solely to subscriptions and donations, their committee have come b...
Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
S Mine. .7 Trwenty-five miles east of Pretoria is what is known as the Premier Diamond Mine, the biggest in the world, where 15,000 Kaffirs may be seen any day, digging, drilling, and loading trucks of 'blue" earth, from which are extracted diamonds to the value of something like £2,000,000 per annum. The total value of diamonds ex ported from South Africa in a year is about £8,500,000- sterling, and of this quantity about a quarter are discovered in the Premier Mine, theother tuko chief mines being the De Beers and Jagersfontein. The Premiir Mine was really dis covered by Sir Thomas Cullinan, the present chairman, after whom the great Cullinan diamond of 3,025 carats, discovered in the Premier Mine, was namned. It may be remem bered that this diamond was pre sented to King George by, the Transvaal Government, and was cut into eleven flawless stones, the largest of which is in the Imperial Crown. The Premier Mine possesses an arLea of 3,500 claims; equal to eighty acres, and at the ...
FAREWELL TO A.N.A. VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
FAREWELL TO A.N.A. VOLUNTEERS. Ten members of Hawthorn branch A.N.A. have joined the Expedition ary Force at Broadmeadows, and their fellow-members gave them an enthu siastic send-off at a smoke social held at the Hawthorn Town Hall on i6th" September. Unfortunately, .only Gunner Brain and.Drivers Miscamble and Berryman could obtain leave for the evening, and the branch president and secretary were both on the sick list, but ;Vice-President .Roberts, with the help of the committee, did his best to make the-evening a memorable one'. for thel biranch. After tlie toast of '5 The King," hadbeen honoured 1yally?, a very fine musical.programme was given by mem bers aidd friends; : organised. by ?Mr;' Holt. During an interval 'Mr. D. :H. Dureau proposed the toast of i"Our Guests," which was lhonoured with enthusiasm. Gunner Brain responded with one of the best speeches heard in the branch for. a long time. - Vice-President Roberts -presented the guests with silver A.N.A. badges and neat so...
"QUICK SERVICE." [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
" QUICKI SERVICE.'" An Indiin. rince, of the name of Moolraj, ..wa's once Ibesieging some English: trooiss, ?id:'findding his. am munitiolicomiiing to 'an end, suddenly bethioight hiim of a':pile of tin canis ters, -which he had captured, and which he rammed into his cannon, supposing tliat the tins were well freiglited with canister-shot.. What was the amazement of the besieged the next morning to find old Moolraj firing into their camp potted lobsters, jugged hare, anchovy and bloater paste, venison, pickled her rings, nicely-cooked grouse, chow chow, and all the other delicacies of the season l The canisters contained nothing but hermetically-sealed provisions, and the storm of victuals lasted for three days.
A NOVEL PHOTOGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
O_ NOVEL P GHIO'1OGRAP. A novel photogra Islexhibited outside to? etudid: of Mir Godfrey .E. .R6berts ':ifnGeiiferri road. : It is an e•iurernle.?: tio?of .i groupi taken o the inarriage of "..Geieraled Toni Thuinb mand Miss Miini. Wiirrei?.- The cere Smorin: is :bl;eing witnessed: by '' Cornm modoie 'Niit as? best :iian, and Miss a' il-iniamn"t W-arreri as bridesmaid. The. officiating": clergymani looks a giant namoing pigmies. ...The group visited Austmalia over 40 years ago.
DR. FITCHETT ON THE WAR. A Masterly Study. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
DR. 1FFITOHE-TT ON THE WAR; . .A: Masteily Study. " Life's "' sicold .i-ri Number (October. issuie) contains malny good and. itimely thlings. Tihe' chief. at traction,. Iamdoig many war :featuies; ,is- a masterly- study of: the war .by Dr. :W: H;. Fitchett, the author of "5Deeds That -Woi:.the -Empire., : Und e ie' general iitle of " The Wiar of All :the-.Centiuries,'- Dr.: Fifchett writes tliree .se parate artioles ?one oi "iTihe Forces; Behini "the Wri " ' s cond o:.nif '.The Scale of the:?r ar aiid :Its- S;trategy ": " and a thiidl:on ''The Study of :the Actual Fighting ~'On tlhemes siich as tlhese Dr. Fitchet:lirites w\ith- telling ef fect for: lie has three times visited the scene rof 'the 'presenLt war, and draiws on. a wide knowvledge of his tory i-???oi ini: writing many popular and patriotic books . The" October.i issue under review als6o.icontaiins the second part of :.' Maison's Own Story," of which '!-Life 'A ·hiis: secured the exclusive rights--as well aiS several other...
HAWTHORN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
HAWTHORN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. This month marks the completion of 50 years of history by, the Haw thorn Presbyterian Church,. and the celebrations have just terminated. 'Th'le Right Rev. J. Crookston, Mode rator of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria, the Rev. J. R. Anderson, and the Rev. Dr. A. Marshall occu pied the pulpit at the Sunday ser vices. On Wednesday a re-union of past and present members and adherents of the Church was held in the Haw thorn lTown Hall, at which there was a good attenidance. Many travelled long distances to be present. A thanksgiving service closed the cele briations, when the choir, conducted by AMr. W. Hunter, with Mrs. Zel man?,:Mrs;. W. A. Briggs, Mr. J. N. '4 Leod, and Mr. Harold King, as piincipals, gave a fine rendering of Mi~iunders " Song of Thanksgiving." To mark the Jubilee a member of tihe congregation who desires that his name should not be published, has offered £Iooo towards the extinction of the church debt, conditionally on an equal amoun...
WEALTHY WOMAN'S WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
WEALTHY WO.M?lAN'S WILL. SMrs. -Margaret Fitzpatrick, of Ha.\wthorn-grove, Hawthorn, who died on 25th June, left estate value .iI92z,:: being realty .£6096 and personialty :./5826." Testatrix be queatlied £io0 o . each : to several 1Roriman Catholic .instit?tions, includ ing St.i JosephtS Homie, Surrey Hills, the balance being divided a~nongst her relatives and friends:.
RIGG'S SATURDAY CONCERTS. RE-APPEARANCE OF CORRICK FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
RICC'S SATURDAY CONCERTS. RE-APPEARANCE OF CORRICK FAMILY. SAs-a result of the progressive ac tion of Ha.wthorn's. "Amusement I(ing -(Mr. Edward J. Rigg), re sidents will be enabled to witness an other performance by the well-known 'i' Corrick Familh,'- who appeared in lthe RHawthorn l'owii Hall last sea. son. :On ::satirday night they will make their ie-ippearance in' the 'Hawthorn owii -n i'Ha11l in connectioiP, with Mr. Edw aid J. Rigg s iweekly concerts. Ihe Corricks -ire so w(ell known to Iia;wtha?i O ?nfolk that they :iieed little dornoi intioduictiod;l:, except to say they iprovide : in artistic musical :treat, h:':'kacterised w iith a refinement thit ias ear??ned for them unstinted ap :plauise and approbation .not only thriifohout th le Comrrimonweal;th but? ini: otlher parts of the world. :'.The '-turi i'rovirided by the Cor iricks is both musical and.instrumen :tail: .Each inember of the company is anl experienced instrumentalist, in a::ddition to hbiaviig ~'ocal powers we...
PROMINENT PRESBYTERIAN PASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
PROMINENT PRE*SBYTERIAN PiASSES. The late Principal of the Presby terian Ladies' Colege, the Rev. S. G.-3McLaren, 3I.A., who for some time past has resided at Barrington avenue, Kew, died at Ferntree Gully on Sunday last, at the age of 74 years, and was buried at the Box Hill Cemetery on Tuesday. The deceased clergyman had been identified with several movements in the city, and was universally esteemed for his kindly Christian character and scho larlf attainments. He was one of a committee formed some years ago for the attainment of Womanhood Suffrage, and materially helped to bring ,the matter to a successful issue.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
GUARDIAN ....Assurance Company Limited : FIRE. PERSONAL . .:, ACCIDENT. Crop, - S took, and Employer's Liability. Stack Insurances -Ore' a iC ',/ lCorkien's~f Speciality. Compensation Fidelity Public Guarantee.. Risk. Plate Glass, Motor Car. Assets Exceed Six and a Half Millions. 452 Collins Street, Melbourne. JUST ARRIVED! ! NlEWV SHIPMr1ENT OF ARIITT0IC - Wail Papers Ex SS " BENALLA.' carmples cheerfully Posted on re ipt of 'Phone or Post Cnrl ts as- ge. J. HARRISON, Importer, 1-OME DECORI? .TR( )R . ph,,one 220 91 Buewood Rd., West Hawthorn. NEWBURY Cash Draper, 184 Burke Road, Camberwell (NEXt' SAVINGS BANK) We are Noted for Uniformn Sterling Value. You may depend oa GlooI Quality in Ualerclothitng, ilosiery, OCalicoes and Flannels, at reasonable prices. This mny be proved by a purehase, so do not leave the District for Drapery until you h:ave tried NEWBURY'S GRIFFITHS' STEAS , SALEBROOM-6 BELIZA.BETH STREET. Australian Souvenirs to Couvay Your Glad Greetings. al TSPbAYED in our...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
* Bst Advertising Journal 'for the Eastern Suburb s - of Melbourte. ., Business Notices. "" :: - . r, ... " ": I I E IN FURNITURE of Style & Quality 4 All prospective home-furnishers are cordially invited to inspect our up-to-date stock. It includes every thing that is needed for the complete equipment of eivery 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 of credit-furnishing, ive oilffer really remarkable value for cash and can arrange extended payments if desired. J. Perriman & Sons Complete House Furnishers, Opp. Hawthorn Town Hall. Tel. 191. Advance Engine Works rear 23 Kingsley Street, East Camberwell. LANCFORi and JDOHNSTONE, ENGINEERS and MACHINISTS DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES SUBMITTED. Repairs to any make of Gas, Oil or Steam Engines, Portable, Marine or Stationary, Refrigerating and Electrical Machinery, Cars, Motor Cycles, and Magnetos, Overhauled and Repair...
FURTHER IMPROVEMENTS IN GLENFERRIE-ROAD. LARGE UP-TO-DATE SHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
FURTHER IMPROVEMENTS IN CLENFERRIE.ROAD. LARGE UP-TO-DATE SHOPS. For some months past the trades men have been busy in erecting two large two-story shops in Glenferrie road, between Park and Liddiard streets,. and, considerable. curiosity. has been shown as to their prospective. occupancy; the floor space, is -so great, the.windows so large, the ex terior and interior appointments so perfect, thirt everyone felt that only business firms whlio expected to (ater for a large' trade would -take the re spoinsibility of occipying :such: large concerns. .All curiosity in this direction has now been satisfied :by the eccupancy of HUMPHRY'S AND MOFFiT'S, who have opened their piremises this week With a splendid show. Both firms have had a large and long ex perience in Glenferrie-road. The business of " Moffat's " was estab lished many years ago by Mr. Mof fat, senior, and has steadily grown as the result of the painstaking and perseverihg efforts of .r H. C. "Moffat to cater 'for the -p'ubli...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
The mayor and councillors of Cam berwell will attend Divine service at St. John's Church of Englanid, Cam berwell, at xI o'lock, -on Sunday next. In State political circles it is now generally understood that the Legis lative Council and Legislative As sembly' will complete the work of the session between October 22 and 29; that the dissolution will take place at the end of October; and that the general election for the Assembly will take place on/November i8 or 25. A free public lantern lecture on Town planning will be delivered by the organiser "f the Australasian Town Planning .Tour, Mr. C. C. Reade, at the Camberwell Town Hall, on Thursday next, Ist prox., at which the Mnayor, Cr. Renwick, will pre side. - Chas. Tootell, commercial trave ler, Clarence-street, Elsternwisck, was convicted .at the Camberwell court of driving his motor-car at a dangerous speed. Constable Crilly gave evi dence that defendant drove from Burke-road into Camberwell-road, at the junction; without slacken...
LOCAL OPTION AND THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
-LOCAL OPTION AND THE GOVERNMENT. The following resolution was ear ried at the Convention of the Vic torian Alliance, held at the Melbourne Temperance Hall yesterday : "That this Convention; represent ing the combined Temperance socie ties and Christian -Churches of the Stare, views with the gravest concern the statement made in various press notices that it is the intention of ·the State Government to attempt to super cede Local Option, which autonmati cally comes intd operation at the first General, Election inI 1917 ::Th it,/ in6 our opinion, any such ittempt- ;to interfe:e with the riglhts of tlihe electors in. this important matter .ouldbe a.sc?indalous repudiation of tldhe .Litiisiig Act of ,906; and urges the Gdovernmeiit not- to countenance a-in sich ~proposed breach of faith with the electors, believing that Local Option is a just, equitable and demo cratic meth6d of dealing with the licensing question."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
"LINSEED COMPOUND." Trade Mark of Kay's Compound Essence of Liuseed for Coughs and Colds. knows how liable the skin is to suffer from disfiguring blotches and eruptions; and how liable it is, also, to get cut and hurt in all conditions of life-at home, at work and at play. There isn't a woman in the home, or a man in the street, but I~g ZAM-BUK BALM to-day or to morrow. It may be to check asud den onslauLht of skin diseae, heralded by an itching rash or in famed swelling; perhaps to soothe and heal a nasty cut or burn, to remos an nrighty pimple or sore, to strengthen a sprained joint, or to ,,rub out" a pain. For all these things there's nothing like .i "Run 7;,~ The Event of the Year ! Sports Ground, Glenferrie THE SECOND ANNUAL in aid of the -iawth rn Ciy Bannter?ed for Hawthorn City Band Ballara Competitions SATURDAY, 3rd OCTOBER Afternoon 2.45 p m. Evening 8 p m. See Handbils, &c., for list of Exciting, Novel, Nerve Thrilling Events, formirg gne continuous round of fun....
SERIOUS BOLT AT CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell Citizen — 25 September 1914
... SERIOUS. - BOLT -AT : C:'- "ANTERBURY. On Saturday iiorning last a horse iattaclied to a butcher's cart, owned: by MIr. Geo. Robihison, bolted, witli thie i-esult that' the driver n and a: boy: -were injured": Tlie stait of 'thlie acci-: denrt occuirred, iiin Mni?t ith A??eiiue,' Thie :driveri: hv?iig coii t otf a: ils: toiner's, :?vent to get :Ilp iii -the: cart, In doiiig :.:so he trodl oni his overcoat; overbalanced; and fell, the.horse tak- ing :fright, and the cart :passed. 6ver his groinf :Te alinimal -contiiied on its mad gallop doiwn' Canterbury-road I hill, ;and an attempt td top :hliim wvas made:by aln employee of H. Thomp son,- dairyman, who hapjpenied to.be in thie vicinity, but; before the young felI low could seize the reins properly the catrt crashed into a tree guard, the boy beiilg throwti heavily on his head, aind oil beiig :examinied by Dr. Kilvington, iwho happened to .be peassiig at tlie: time, was found to have sustained a fractured skull, whilst 'the drive...