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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 6 June 1914

LOCAL DIRECTORY. ? Fi&DJBUAL .i'AliLlAMENT. The denato is elected by the whoi« State. HOUSJi OF U-EritESEKTAlMVES. Yarra ' Electorate - Hon. F. o. rudor, M.p. " STATE PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL Melbourne East Province.-Hon A M'Lellan, M.L.C;; Hon. J. p. j0nesi LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Richmond Electorate.-Mr. E. J. Cotter, Al.L.A. iibbotsford Electorate.-Mr. G 0 Webber, M.L.A. CITY OF RICHMOND. The Richmond City Council meets on alternate Monday evenings, at the Tcwn Hall, at 7.30. t COUNCILLORS. Mayor, Cr Gordon Webber, J.p. WEST WARD. G. \V. Kemp, retires 1914. - D. L. Davies, retireg-1915 M. Alexander, retires 1916. NORTHWARD. ^ B. Flevill retires 1914. '' H. H. Bell, retires 1915. J. T. Street, retires 1916. SOUTH WARD. George P. Beachcroft, retires 1914, W. Burgess, retires 1915. W. W. Gleadell, retires 1916. BAST WARD. Arthur A. Fear, retires 1914. .0. Morgan, retires 1915. G. D. O'Connell, retires 1916. a o w2nTRAL WARD Webber, retires 1914, G. R. Admans, retires 19...

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CHAPTER XXXII. THE EARL OP GRANTHORPE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

CHAPTER XXXII. THE EARL OP GRANTHORPE. The meeting between Melville Lisle and Violet was more affecting than anyone knowing how much she had suffered through his harsh pride would have been able to _ believe. Bach was affected differently, but* almost equally powerfully. To Vio let her father represented even more than the parental idea-he was a re presentative of a past which was more dear to ber that she_had re solutely set herself against any re newal of it ; . and,: moreover, from the overbearing, forbidding pride of the past, to the subdued manner of the present, gave him a dignity wMch all his haughtiness had never conferred on him. ,. To him Violet was a wronged child and he would have greeted her with affection in any case ; but when he entered the drawing-room at Lady Westall's and was ' met by the ex-: quisitely beautiful creature, so richly and yet so daintily-dressed, and knew her for his daughter, not only -his affection, but his pride as a Lisla rose from his heart, an...

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FOOTBALL. RICHMOND V. SOUTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

; F O OTB A L L. RICHMOND V. SOUTH MEL BOURNE.. . A record attendance on the Rich Ground witnessed the" match between the locals and South Mel bourne on Saturday. , Th" team comprised Richmond-Backs : Richardson, Thorpe, Bettl-. s. Half backs: Danks, Thomas. Reeves. Centres : Farrell, McKendry. Morgan Half forwards: Herbert, Keggin. May bury ; For wards : Martyn Hall, Hughes. Followers: Nolan James. Rover Mahoney. The official opening of the new grand stand by Hon A. Fisher, M.P.. made a pleasing overture to the afternoon's programme. | . The ceremonial group included in , additibn to' the local members ; (Messrs F. G. Tudor M.P..: E J. Cotter, and G. C. Webber, M'sL.A..) . the State Attorney. General (Mr D ; McKinnon, M.L.A.) Mr McDonald M .P. Mr G. Elmslie, M L.A , several councillors members of Richmond cricket and football . committees, representatives from other clubs, and a good sprinkling of ladies. M r Cotter in introducing Mr Fisher anuounced that the amount to be expended ...

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National Picture Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

National Picture Theatre. The program for Monday, Tues day and Wednesday evenings at the National Theatre will include: Patbe's Australian Gazette, topical ; The Burglar's Sacrifice, drama; .Dippy's Dream, comic; Sorrento and Salorno, scenic ; Thieves, two reel star drama ; lJimple Goes to Paris, comic ; The Mills of the Gods feature drama, 3608 feet. On Thursday, Friday, and Satur l,day. also Saturday matinee, the pro gram will include three special films viz.. The Balkan War Pictures .iOOO feet (these are actual pictures j of the war taken while the battle raged) ; Black Roderick the Poucher, two-reel star drama ; Mabel at the Wheel, a lively two part comedy. "LINSEED COMPOUND."- -"'The " Stockport Remedy ' for Oouglis and Colds. Of '0 proven eflicacy. "LINSEED COMPOUND" for QugUs and Colds. . Helieves asthma ui <1 difficult breathing. -- " LINSEED COMPOUND," of Hi years' proven efficacy, for Couglis, Colds, BroncMtis, etc.

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Richmond City Council TUESDAY, JUNE 9. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

Richmond City Council TUESDAY, JUNE 9. The following representatives were present _ ~~ ~ COUKCILLOKS. Gr. . Webber (Major) G R.'Admass ... H. L'arcelo ... D L Davies G. W. Kemp IWaivd. Centre Centre Centre W,est West: West North North : North . .South South _South East: East East' .1. T. Street . "... ' H Bell ... - ... / W Burgess ... ' . " W Gleadell ... ... ^ G. Beachcroft ? . A. Pear ' ' G. O'Uonnell... ... C. Morgan ... ... - Correspondence. The Board of Public Health, 'in answer to the Council's request that the Health Inspector be appointed 'an officer of the Board to enable him to deal with cases where milkmen I . dash into adjoining municipalities at ! . his approach, stated that so person was eligible to be appointed an officer | of the Health Department unless he be subject to the Civil Service Act. It was suggested, however, that the difficulty might be overcome by I '.adjoining municipalities appointing"! their Inspectors for the special purpose in view. On the motion o...

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Richmond Harriers. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

Richmond Harriers. Lust Saturday the five miles second team's race was held at Oanllield. The Richmond team finished seventh out of twenty teams. The Junior Championship was won by W H Brown of St.. Stephen's, Harry Biggs of the local, club securing fourth place, with 6. Doyle i who was handicapped by a strained leg) in the tenth. At the Malvern Harriers' sports on King's Birthday J Lynch won the 44U yards handicap ; he also secured the second prize in-the 100 yards handicap, with liis cluo mace; \V. Thompson, in third place. _ . To-day the club runs from Coburg train at 2.33. Members are reminded that the live mile club race takes place next Saturday. Harry Biggs in finishing fourth in the junior championship last Saturday put up an t xcellenl per formance as ii was his lirst lace across country. Better luck next time Harry. J. Lynch in winning the i-lOyds li.n (I;< ap at Malvern seemed his lirst optan race, after filling second and third places over ten times

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Richmond Caledonian Society [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

Richmond Caledonian Society ' The Richmond Caledonian Society lield their June Concert and Dance: in the Town Hall on; Monday last, and was fairly patronised. I here would have been a much larger attendance, but for the -Charity Carni val at the -Exhibition'I he program' '.was varied and well arranged. At 8 o'clock the Acting ' hi. f'^Bro. Davidson) was ushered in by Pipers Lawson and Asliby. Mr W. Neilson, in ' Hail Caledonia" and ?'MacGiegor's Gathering " was greeted wi' rounds of applause, and rendered a couple of encores Miss Ida Fowler's renditions The Scottish Blue Bells" and " Caller On."' togeUier witii encores, were decidedly fine. Recitations, " The Bride's first Visit to the Butcher ' and " When . Father Carved the Duck," were very humorous ; Mrs Gill is a'l there in this line. Air A. Milliard McDougall was in line voice, his rendering of ' The Battle of Stirlingand In the Hteather My Lads," being all that could be desired Madame Neilson came along wi' a sparkling reperto...

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TOLD OF THE TELLER. SOMETHING ABOUT THE MAN AT THE BANK COUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

TOLD OF THE TELLER. SOMETHING ABOUT THE MAN AT THE BANK COUNTER. Have you ever admired-and en vied-the man who spends his days behind the "pay-out" counter of a bahlt, counting and shovelling out gold ? He is the "teller." His is one o£ the most skilled of businesses. By general consent, the London bank "teller" is the most expert manipulator of coins in the world. Watch him pay out, say, a hundred pounds in gold. He throws a heap of glittering sovereigns down, counts them like a flash with a rapid, pianoforte action of the fin gers, scoops them with his little copper scoop into the scales to let their weight check his count, and ladles them promptly out to the dazzled customer. That skill needs years of practice. Some tellers use only the first two fingers in each hand in ticking off the sovereigns, but the kings at the business have ths whole ten count ing together. Expert tellers have be fore now counted off from a mass of gold four hundred and eighty sove reigns a minute against...

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TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

TO AT.T, THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. Sftta.l *. Letters-For every %os. ar un der 0 r Post Cards-Stamped on Cards 0 1 Letter Cards to New South Wales, South Australia, Tas mania, Queensland, West Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji 0 3 Parcel Post-For every parcel .of lib. or under ........ 0 h Sac. idditionui 1U>. ->r under 0 A

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Council Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

Council Correspondence Cr Beachcroft brought up a matter cn Tuesday trailing that did not meet with the approval of his brother councillors. He moved that inward correspondence be dealt with by the Mayor and Town Clerk, his reason being that the discussion of correspondence usually took so long that there was no time lett lor the consideration of more important matters. He said that he understood it was the practice in some municipalities to have the correspondence dealt with l>y the Mayor and Town Clerk, and ventured to assert that the .Mayur, after consultation with the Town Clerk, could very well decide wh..t should, be brought before the Council. Cr Bell seconded the motion for the purpose of discussion, but spoke strongly against it. He thought it . only right that all letters sent in should come before the Council. This motion, if carried, would simply make the Council a one horse show. Crs Fear Street and Burgess spoke in opposition to the motion, but a* *he same time agre...

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OLD BILLETS-DOUX. LOVE-LETTERS OF A HUNDRED YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

OLD BILLETS-DOUX. LOVE-LETTERS OF A HUNDRED YEARS AGO. The law courts in England, when a breach of promise case or a di vorce trial is on, and "les dramcs intimes" in France are sufficiently edifying as to the style and con tents of the modern love-letter. Here are some specimen billets-doux pen ned by Frenchmen^ before the Revo lution and in the times of the Direc toire and the Consulat. A yo 'ng man writes to the object of his af fection : "Mademoiselle, the inclination which prompts me to esteem you above all the beauties in the world emboldens me to make you the offer of my ser vices." A young lady with whom a gallant cavalier had danced at a ball replies to his advances as follows : "To'you flattering letter I must reply that the wishes of my father and my mother are my first law. If I have inspired in you a tender and delicate sentiment., you are at lib erty to inform them." Then comes a passage in which the '' demoiselle" warns her admirer against his sudden infatuation : "Re...

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RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

RATES TO THE UNIT 101.) KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. «. d. Letters-For every %os. or un der 0 i Post Cards-each 0.1 Reply Post Cards-each ....'01 Newspapers-loss. ...... 0 1 Additional 2ozs. . . . 4<i. . . . 0 0% "ommercial Papers-'iozs., 3d.; 4oza., 3^d.; COZB., 4<L; 8oss., . 4%d.; IOOZB., 5(L; then every 2oze. to 61bc. . . 0 1 .Printed Papers, other than newspapers-For every 2ozs. or under, up to 51bs 0 1 .attorns aud Samples-For every 2oca. or under, up to 61ba 0 I Registration Fee 0 8 Parcel* Post, wholly by aea For each parcel of lib. «r oader 1 9

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St. Stephen's Harriers BROWN'S FINE PERFORMANCES [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

St. Stephen's Harriers BROWN'S FINE PERFOR iMANCES The Five Miles Second Team ' liatnpionship at Caul field- ,011 Saturday last brought ^together.^-10 runners, representing 18 clubs P St Stephen's came out exceed ingly well, W. Brown winning-the Junior Championship in the excellent time of 29min. 57secs:' He went off with the lead, main tained it right through, and won fey '220 yards. Although the first five1, men of St. Stephen's beat the corresponding section of Carlton Harriers, the sixth was some time in putting in an appearance, where as the last 1'arlton man followed close on their fifth, and secured for his team -a narrow win by five points. The five mile handicap was also, won by Brown off the back mark of 30 yards, whilst Jim Ferguson broke a long run of bad luck by gaining third place. At Malvern Sports Meeting on Monday St. Stephen's team won the Mile Relay Race ; Fred Page was second in the Three Milejnvitation Hace ; W. Charles gained a similar position in the Quarter M...

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DISCRETION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

DISCRETION. The big navvy had just finished cleaning the road with his best pal when up came a young policeman, who said, "Are you coming quietly?" "No," answered the navvy. " Then," said the policeman, with dignity, "you are not coming at all," and walked away. I advocate a spice of danger to bring OHt a boy's pluck.-Father Kane.

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PARCELS POST WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

PARCELS P0S1- -WITHIN .VIC TORIA. Limit weigkt, 111b. Limit of size. I Ift Bin. in length, or 6ft In girtli and length combined. Postage (to be pre paid by stamps)-lib. or under, 6d.s each extra lb., 3d. The stamp to be affixed to an adhesire label, to be ob tainable at any post office, which label will be attached to the parcel by tb* poatal receiving officer after be baa ascertained the weight No parcel will b« accepted unless fC.'iy prepaid.

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Central Old Boys' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

Central Old Boys' Association. On Tuesday evening next, 16th insfc, at their club-room, rear of 272 Bridge road, the members of the Centra] Old Boys' Association will entertain . the officers and members of the Burnley Old Boys' Associa tion.

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RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in the Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

BATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in the Gammon wealth. Any amn Hot ever £5, 6<L; over £5, bat not over £10, Is.; over £10, but aat over £15, 1*. 6d.; over £1R, bat not over £20, 2B. Money Ordtfrs by Telegraph. To New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and Perth (Western Australia)-Charge for a neiss&ge in addition to above ratea. I

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Burnley Band. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

Burnley Band. 1 lie Burnley District Brass Band will play a programme, of music in Barlcly Gardens on Sunday after noon, ,28th inst. The Band also intend to play in Swan and other streets on Friday evenings.

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All Rights Reserved. VIOLETTISLE; OR, A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. PART 22; CHAPTER XXXI. FATHER AND DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

HH Rights Reserved. VIOLETTISLE ; -OR, -- A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. Y . . ? " By the Author of-'All or Nothing," "Two Keys," etc., etc. PART. 22; CHAPTER XXXI. FATHER AND DAUGHTER. . Violet knew she did not need to ask Lady Westall to serve her ; but she wished for the friendly and unpre judiced advice she was sure of ob-~ taining from her, and so she prefaced her- request by a brief account of her I lather's condition, supplemented by j ? such interruptions as Goody could! not refrain from uttering. i "I wish to go to him," said Vio ? ?let at last. " I have been pining for i the old life-I don't kraow why ; and ?now I think I must go to my father, J isnd be to him what a child should {be. Help me again, as you Wave so I often helped me." ' The singular pride of the father j Lady Westall could not sympathise , with, though .she knew full well that it Was common enough ; but the dis tress of Violet she could understand acd sympathise with, and she was willing to humour the father for the...

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MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 13 June 1914

MONEY ORDER8. Dnlted Kingdom, and otber British I Poaseaslons and Foreign Countries,. M. for «acb fl or fraction of £1.

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