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RICHMOND RIFLE CLUB NO 312 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 27 June 1914
The Richmond Rifle Club fired the final Competition for the year1 on Saturday last.at. Port Melbourne. The conditions, were 14- shots at 500 yards, to count siu; the 'Campbell's Trophy. : The highest scorersy handi caps not included,-Were; W. T;-Smith,... , 69 P. Paice ...,a ... ..., 68 J. Yile . ... ... 68 J. Nichols - 67 - '.I\ Moreton * r ? ...- 67, . J. R. Sadler ... 66 R. Lo^ve ,..r -. 65 H.Irwin 65 A. Tutt -63 R. Chipper /; 62 . ? W.Jones ... - _ .. 62 G-. Harrison ... 60 C. Kuster.....AH:... 56 ! - Rowe ... 50 - "Williams. ... 47 The Championship was won by J. Nichols, 1st; R:-Lowe, 2nd; J. R. Sadler, 3rd. ' The President's was won by J. Nichols, 1st; W. Jones, 2nd-; J. R. Sadler, 3rd. The results of the Vice-President's will be available later. 'LINSEED COMPOUND." - The ' Stockport Remedy' for Coughs and Colds. Of '0 Tears' proven efficacy. 'ft - ... .I'.'. . .1 "LfNSEED COMPOUND" for Ccughs and Colds. Relieves asthma ard difficult breathing. "LINSEED COMPOUND" for Coughs te...
How to Recite. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 27 June 1914
How to Recite. Australia and New Zealand are full of aspiring reciters and public speakers," says \V. A Somerset in the July issue of -'Lite," just to hand, and in order to satisfy some at least of the aspirations of these would-be orators Mr Alexander Watson, the famous English elo cutionist, explains in an interview his methods o£ vocal training and elocution. It is a really valuable exposition on the art of reciting and speaking in public, and should Drove valuable not merely to those competitors for distinction in the numerous competitions that are held throughout Australasia, but to all whose duties call upon the.m for public speaking. In the same issue of "'Life" an Australian traveller continues his artic'es on hunting and trading in South Africa, and describes exactly .what it costs in time money and energy to equip a big-game shoot ing expedition in the regions of the upper Zamoezi and the Congo, where such game as hippo, lions and the multitudinous antelopes offer themselv...
Richmond Harriers. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 27 June 1914
Richmond Harriers. Last Saturday the Richmond. Harriers held their Annual Five Mile Club Race from Burnley. The course, which was in a very heavy condition, was through Heyington and Kooyong. Twenty runners laced the starter, i\lr R. Merrick. The scratch man, D. Gaughwin, conceded starts up to 5 min. 30 sees. The limit men made the pace very hot from, the start, but alter going a mile they ?quietened down considerably. At the half-way mark Herb. Biggs (3 min. 40 sees.) led by 15 yards from M. Day (4 min. 15 sees.), V. Jackson . (5 min.), R. Kearan (3 min. 40 sees.) and R. J. Lynch (5"min. 45 sees.) who. were running ih-,a bunch. On the return jour ney Herb. Biggs increased his lead to 60 yards,. and won from M. Oay and R._ Kearan, with C. Worsley (2 rain. 50 secs.j in fourt'-. place. D. Gaughwin (scr.) be.it Harry Biggs (30 scs, ) by 3 .seconds for fastest time, their times being 31 mins. N23 sees., and 31mins 2t> sees., respectfully. G. Doyle vjf. mins.) secured third fastest ; ...
Municipal Finances. £28,377 COLLECTED TO 10th JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 27 June 1914
'lyiunicipal Finances. £28,377 COLLECTED TO 10&lt;h JUNK. The net annual value of vatealii® . property in Richmond Ts £3 1,3&lt;0 the 2/- in the £, rate on which amounts to £31,133 6/- Of this smn £'-J8 377 8/- was collected up t&lt;> lOtli iiist, being an average of . " 91.133 per cent of the total. This ? is a splendid result, and considering that nearly £13 000 was received during the last fortnight, the rate collectors (Messrs Hansen and ~y-e&lt; had a .very busy tim>' The Town Ulei k (Mr idazey and Receiver and Paymaster, Mr Hleach on whoni'was 1 the icspoi sibility of checking "'he receipts, banking same, and sub mitting a full statement "to the | Finance Uohimitte. finished their work in. record time. All .the | ollic'als carried nut their duties with promptitude and accuracy, a credit j balance being struck without the slighest trouble. . Of the outstanding sum £2758 ISs) a good proportion has since been collected and it is anticipated t...
ASSOCIATION. June 27th [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 27 June 1914
ASSOCIATION. June 27th Port Melb. v. Av'mstown, at P. Melb. Essendon v. Brighton, at Brighton. Footscray v. Hawthorn, at Footseray Brunswick v. JS'orthcote, at B'swick. North Melb. v. Prahran, at N. Melb. " COaGULI-'U," .' K.L1NX," " TEN ASITINE," Cements for breaka^e-i. manufacturing purposes, etc. "LINSEED COMPOUND," of years' proven ?flicacy, for Cougiis, Colds, Brouchitis, etc. "UNSEED COMPOUND," TraiJ Mark of Kay's Compound Essence ct I,'nseed for Coughs and Colds.
RATFS TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 27 June 1914
&ATFS TO THE HM'l I.i> KINGDOM -AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. Letters-For every Vfco*. or un der . . . . 0 * Post Garde-each 0 V Reply Post Cards-each . . . . 0 1 Newspapera-4 ass. 0 1 Additional 2oze .' 0 0V4 iiiit*r&lt;'iai Papers-2ozs., 3d.; Wizh., Hois., 4tL; 8ozs., StVjd.: lOozs., 5(L; then every - 2oxb. to &1L>0. 0 1 Tinted Papers, other than newspapers-For every '2osa. .r under, up to 511)8 0 1 ?!>.? Hid Samples-For -very 2oas. or under, up to 'Mb* . . 0 V .&lt;!i(1*tr&t)on Fee 0 8 'areola. Post wholly'by sea "or oaoli pariH^l of lib. *T md«r 1 8
HABUELS POST WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 27 June 1914
HABUELS P0S1 WITHIN VIC TORIA. f.imit weight. 111b. Limit of size, \ . '? 'iin. In lpnetli. or eft in girth aud -ntrtb combined. Postage (to be pre paid by stamps)-lib. or under, Gd.: .ach extra lb., 3d. The namp to be affixed to an adhesive label, to be ob -aiuable at any post office, which label will be attached to the parcel by th« postal receiving officer after he has isrertained the weight No parcel will b« accepted unless fully prepaid.
CORRESPONDENCE. POSITION OF RELIGIOUS OBJECTORS UNDER THE AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE ACT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 27 June 1914
CORRESPONDENCE POSITION OF RELIGIOUS OB JECTORS UNDER TH15 AUS TRALIAN D13FENUE X-T. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-Many Christians, apart from members of the Society of Friends, hold it incompatible with their views of Christianity to take human life, either singly or collectively, they "believing that taking part in war or training for same is wrong. This view point the Society of Friends and others have held for centuries, and to day increasing thousands throughout the world are accepting a similar position. During j modern wars, such as the Franco Prussian, South African and the Balkan, members of the Society of Friends voluntarily came forward and did modical anil relief work for both sides, but refusing to do so as I part of the fighting machine of, either side. They also spent tens of thousands of pounds in relieving hardships resulting from the wars. ? which work they are still carrying on at the Balkans The point it is desired to have clear is that members feel they cannot under take ...
RATES OF COMMISSION. Honey Orders Payable in the Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 27 June 1914
* BATES OF COMMISSION. Honey Orders Payable In the Common wealth Any anm not over £5, 6&lt;L; over £6, not over £15, la. 6d.; over £15, but not »ver £20, 2a. " Money Ordere by Telegraph. , To New Soutb Wales, Queeusland, .loutb Australia, Tasmania, and Perth Western Australia)-Charge for a, "ukjistp In Addition to above rates. but not over £10, Is.; over
Billiards—A Local Contest. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 27 June 1914
Billiards-A Local Contest. \Y. Moran, of the. Star and Garter Hotel, Bridge-road,-is not a Gray or a Lindrum. but he c.mplay billiards , somewhat; J. Keuny, of the Napier, is a'so a fair exponent with the cue, and could show points to many of the supposed dons at the game. He believes that he can easily vanquish any of his fellow-publicans in this city. " Come on then." says Billy Moran, " I'll give you a go for a good stake." '. Right you are" says Kenny, " name the day." Next Thursday, at 8 p.ui /"has been fixed Cor the contest to come olf at the Star billiard room. Local cueists are evincing considerable interest in the result, which is expected-to be close, as the competitors are so evenly matched. . ' .
PACKETS, ETC. preparation For Post. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 27 June 1914
PACKETS, ETC. preparation For Post. Packets may be Bent through the t&lt;ost:-Without a cover (but not fas tened with anything adhesive, such as .'inn. pnstHirp stamp, sealing wax, etc.): o a cover entirely open at one end or ji1»' (if tbe cover be slit, the opening mist be of the full extent of the end .r. aide, and the contents must be easy ? f withdrawal). The cover may bear sender's uauie and address, and the vords " packet" " sample," or " pat tarn,." etc. (as the case may be), "only." I'ackets may be tied .with string, but .flfiws of the department may cut the itring to examine the contents, and tie "ie packet up again. Samples of seeds, IcngB, etc., which cannot be Bent as ippn packets, may be enclosed In bags .WIYPS, fastened so as to be easily .ndon* arid re-fastened. ? Vote.-If the above conditions b* not .emptied witk, packets are regarded as '^sufficiently paid letters, and charged accordingly.
POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 27 June 1914
POSTAL INFORMATION. " For the Information of oar reader* ve herewith publish the SATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA. a. * d. &lt;efters-Half-ounce or under .01. " For every ounce ... 0 2 .express .Delivery-For each letter or packet, not exceed ing 8oa.. for first mile (in ad dition to ordinary postage). . 0 4 ^or every additional half-mne or under 0 2 bate fee . . 9 1 °aekets - Commercial and orinted papers (maximum teigbt 51bs.t dimensions not to exceed 2ft. in length, 1ft depth or width), for every uo«. or fraction, thereof ... 0 1 Patterns and samples, packets merchandise, stc. (maxi mum weight lib., dimensions not to exceed 2ft in length, pth or width), rata . of postage ror every 2oa. of ' : fraction thereof ...... 01 Books-For every 4ost. or un der, up to 51b« 0 1 Newspaper*-For each newa papcr G 0% Newspapers., magazines, and r publications not published In tba Commonwealth, 2oa.. . . 0 Toai Cards-each 0 Reply Post Cards-each . . . . 0 f.ener Cards-2 for 0 Rcifistratlon fee...
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 27 June 1914
OUmNAltl TELEGliAiia. rowu and suburban, within - prescribed- limits, or within . fifteen miles from tlie send ing station, including"address and signature (not exceeding ?mx:teen words) 0 4 iCtieh additional word ..... fi 1 Other places within the State, except town and suburban,. including address and signa ture (not exceeding sixteen words) 0 8 ?&lt;:ueh additional word 0 1 uterstate, I.e., from any one State to any other State, In cluding address and signa ture (not exceeding sixteen words) .. . 1 0 Bach additional word ..... 0 1 Double the foregoing rates to be emerged for the transmission of tele grams on Sunday, Christmas Day, and Good Friday, and for "Urgent" tele grama. .. .. .-i
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 27 June 1914
POSTAL NOTES. Postal Note* may be obtained at any oet Office in Victoria. Tiie following are the denomination* of the notes, and tlie poundage or price charged for them :-Is., i£d.; Is. 6d., &&; 2b., Id.; 2s. «d., Id.;'3s., Id.; 3s. 6d.. Id.; 4s.t Id.; 4s. 6d., Id.; Bs., l%d.; 7«. 8d., 2d.; 10B., 3d.; 10«. Cd" 3d.; 15B., 'A 20a.. 3d.
All Rights Reserved. VIOLET LISLE; OR, A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. PART 24. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 27 June 1914
All Rights Reserved. VIOLET"LISLE; -: O R, : A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. By the Author of "All or Nothing,1 . "Two Keys," etc., etc. PART 24. Why might she not bridge over the chasm that seemed so suddenly to have opened . between these two, whose happiness was sufficiently dear to her to matte" her sorrow in its un doing ? Why should she rest satisfied with thinking that their love could not go beyond a mild affection ? How selfish her own grief had made : her ! What "an egotist ! Thinking . always of herself-putting herself be ? fore everything ! But what . should she say ? what do, now ? Some thing at least to rob Lady Westall's departure of its seeming rudeness. " She knew you were certain to be very much occupied with your own affairs, papa. You know how con siderate she always is. She spoke to me of it." No sooner had Violet said these few words than she was glad she had done so ; for the puzzled frown left her father's face at once. " Perhaps I shall see her during my stay in Londo...