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BURNLEY LODGE, U.A.O.D. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

BURNLEY LODGE, U.A.O.D. Burnley Lodge, U^A.O.D., held its Annual Social in the Masonic Hall, Swan-street,' on Tuesday evening last, 30th ult. A large number of members and friends were present, and a pleasant time spent with dancing and har mony, Bro. Collins officiating as M. C. Presentations were made during the evening.to Bros. Ryan and Collins for past services as Arch Druids. The presentations were made by Bro. Fayle, District President, who spoke very highly of the recipients, and thanked them for the good services they had rendered the Lodge during their respective terms of offica. Bro. Collins and Ryan briefly re sponded, thanking the members for the manner in which they had recognised their services, and also the officers for the assistance rendered them. A pleasant even ing was brought to a close by . all present joining hands and singing Auld Lang Syne. ( - .

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
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CREMORNE LODGE, I.O.G.T [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

CREMORNE LODGE, I.O.G.T A very pleasant evening was | spent by members and friends of the Cremorne Lodge, I.O.G.T,, on the evening of 25th ult. Bros. J. W. Gipson and J. Ncrrie were in charge of the programme,' and, '.it being Bro. Gibson's birthday, the occasion was heartily cele brated. The Grand Lodge Officers were officially welcomed, and took an active interest in the proceed ings. Bro. Moffat, G.S.J.Tt, pre sented the eleven first-class certi ficates donated by Bro. and Sister Gipson for competition amongst members of the Juvenile Lodge for essays on the subject of " Duty to our Parents." The successful competitors were-Sisters J. Ross, B. Norris, M. Norris, ,R. Gipson, V. Ross, R. Knight, and Bros. Patrick, Stedwell, Dobney, G. D. Gipson, and Hobbsi Bro. M. B. Hearne, G.G.T., then took the chair. Amongst the visitors pre sent were Bro<; {Quick (manager Temperance Hill), iBro. Creamer '(vice-president);','>and Bro. Leihy (chairman Entertainment' Com mittee.) The ...

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THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

THE-' LADIES. There was a good attendance at the fortnightly meeting of Loyal Mignonette Lodge (ladies) on' Monday evening last. All officers were present. invitations were received re Social Evening to W.G.M. Bro. Edmonds. Two members were proposed and one initiated. On next lodge; night, 13th inst., members will be entertained by No. 27.

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Friendly Societies. DUKE OF RICHMOND LODGE, P.A.F.S. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

Friendly; Societies. DUKE OF RICHMOND LODGE, r P.A.F.S. The Duke of Richmond Lodge, P. A. F. S., met on : Tuesday even ing last. All the officers were .present excepl^the Chaplain,, who sent an-apology. Visitors were! present from No. 18 and No. 13 (ladies.). Two members ; were initiated and ~fBiir proposed. Dr. Burton wrote notifying that he had transferred 'his practice to Dr. Rosenberg. An invitation was received from Footscray to ap point two delegates re Shooting Competition. Two teams were nominated for the R.U.F.S. Rifle Competition. The delegate of B team reported the score, 318 Bros. Douglas 67, A'. Cole^62, C. Bell 62, and A.-Whitehorn 60. "Should Bahhelors be^Taxed" formed the subject of an animated discussion in the1 presence'of a large audience, including a good number of the fair sex. Speakers for and against were listened to" great interest,-;'questions were asked, and, after a long discussion, a majority of-the lodge decided the question in the negative. The syllabus...

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Richmond City Band. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

Richmond City Band. The secretary acknowledges., with, thanks the following donations : - A.rchbishop Can-, £L L/-; Kocke Tompsitt and Co., 10/6 ; Rev. Father Hearn, 10/-. The final meeting in connection with the Carnival will be held on Wednesday next, 8th inst. All interested are asked to attend. The . Band's next Parade will be on Friday night, 10th inst. The good musters at practice the Bandmaster appreciates, and hopes it will continue. " COAGULUE," "KLINX," "TEN ASITINE," Cements for breakage*, manufacturing purposes, etc. "LINSEED COMPOUND," Of iQ years' proven efficacy, for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, eta " LINSEED COMPOUND," Trade Mark of Kay's Compound Essence of L'naeed for Coughs and Colds.

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A MOVING STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

A MOVING STORY. A debate was overheard between some working men as to whether it was cheaper to move or to pay rent. Opinion being about equally divided, they referred the question to the oldest man they knew. "Is it cheaper to move or to pay, rent, Bill ?" Said he : "Well mates, ye see .1 ain't exactly in a position to sojr« I've always moved.'1

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TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. .-i j a c titters-For every %o*. or un der . 0 ' ost Cards-Stamped on Cards 0 1 .etter Cards to New South Wales, South Australia, Tas-. mania, Queensland, West \ut*tralia. New Zealand, and !'t1i 02 . '..«! K»r »Tpry parcel 0 >/ . t«r 0 8 i- .vlNtilKJil .KBI<,\ .:«»UNTKIES. - a. ? -m so*- or un 0 V. : nrdw--each ...... 01 - ".tiiy Post Cards-each .... 0 1 -wapaperw-loca. 0 1 '?'"liouaJ 2ow ... n fNifc ??i»s :w II) - i'' ...j-'y.t. MI uieu »vfrj v Jowi. ro 61b*. 0 1 ..iiHi Papers, other ttian h vtsimp^re-For every 2ozs. . wi'T up to 51bs 0 I -7.-; s-fimlpu For or under, up to ..?SIba. " 0 I ^jflatrfttlon Fee 0 8 <irp»>l» Host, wholly by sea (?nr oaroel of lib. «r .adw ........ 1 .

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High Cost of Living DISCUSSED AT PUBLIC MEET ING. MUNICIPAL TRADING PROPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

HigK Cost ot Living DISCUSSED AT PUBLIC MEET ING. MUNICIPAL TRADING PRO POSED. A public meeting convened in response to a requisition from a number of citizens for the purpose af considering " the recent abnor-. mal increases in the prices of com modities and the means of com bating same" attracted a good audience (including a fair propor tii.n of women) to the Town Hall on Wednesday evening last. * c F G ' 11 dor \I P., presided and in the course of his preliminary remarks said the raising of wagns was yiven as the cause of the high C"st of living but the prices were going up in othMr parts of the world .... whern wages had not increased It was hIro asserted that the increased i ost of building material, due to high wages, caused house rents to tip go high but in Kichmond most I of the houses were erected 20 years | ago, when wages were low, still rents had gone up all round. One of the causes leading to the high cost of commodities was the expen sive advertising Ex-Cr Strahan move...

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JERUSALEM. MODERN: PROGRESSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

JERUSALEM. -» MODERN : PROGRESSIVE. During the last thirty years a groat change has come over Jeru salem. From an old-world town it has been transformed into a pro gressive one, and modern improve ments have been introduced one after another, but so quietly that Orienjtal conservatism has not been . greatly offended, and the rest of the world has not realised what has ljeen taking place. The Inst evi dence, of progress was the arrival, a short- time ago, - of a massive American motor road-roller, and the decision to equip the city with an efficient tramway system. . 'The 'walls enclose 209 acres, of which' 35 acres are occupied by the Temple enclosure. Biit'-'owing to the impossibility of housing the thou sands of Jewish immigrants who j still continue to -arrive, building litis been proceeding outside the walls to a very considerable ex tent. " The consequence of the pre sence of this extra-mural population is that first one and then mother of the gates was left open by night, unti...

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PARCELS POST WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

PARCELS P0S1 WITHIN VIC TORIA. Limit weight, lllb. Limit of size, 'ft Gin. In length, or 6ft in girtli and fngth combined. Postage (to be pre-) paid by stamps)-lib. or under, (5<L; each extra lb., 3d. The stamp to be affixed to an adhesive label, to be ob tainable at any post office, which label will be attached to the parcel by tht portal receiving officer after he has ts^ertained tke weight No parcel will to accepted unless fSlly prepaid.

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FOOTBALL. RICHMOND V. FITZROY. A DISSAPPOINTING GAME [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

F O CLT B A L L. RICHMOND V. FITZRoY. A DISS APPOINTING GAME After their brilliant win against St. Kilda Richmond supporters had great expectations of their match with Fitzroy. The interest in the grime was evidenced by the large attendance about 17000 people, on the Fitzroy ground, and a good proportion of this laive crowd was Richmond residents, who journeyed to he northern suburb fully confident of witnessing a victory for their side There was one' element h<>Wev. r overlonkei by many Kiclim-'ud enthusiast?, and it was the fact that while Fitzroy on the. previous Saturday had a comparatively easy time against Melbourne, Richmond 011 the other hand had been engaged against St. Kilda.in one of the.m-'St strenuous games qf the season and the Southern team could therefore hardly be considered as fresh-and fit as their Northern opponents It was also a matter of regret that Clarrie Hall and Farrell who were injured in the St. Kilda match, were unable to play but as Mahone...

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ODDITIES OF BALKAN BATTLES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

ODDITIES OF BALKAN BATTLES. + They wage unconventional war . in the Balkans. The short cut of com monsense comes before the circum navigation of military rules and ceremonies, which explains why a Bulgarian battalion of infantry once rode from Sofia to the battle field, a distance of tu'enty miles, two men to a cart-horse. They had arrived, footsore, at the capi tal, a thousand strong, only to learn that the battle referred to had already commenced. Whereupon the commander immediately requi sitioned five strong cart-horses in the city^nnd the foot soldiers were-pre cariously carricd to the scene of ac tion in that unorthodox fashion. It was in the same war (contested between Bulgaria and Servia just a' quarter of a century ngo) that the 11th Bulgarian Tnfantry, sta tioned at Plevna, marched through snow and slush a distance of sixty miles in twenty-six hours. This would be the world's marching re cord were it not for the fact that our own famous Light Division in the Peninsula cover...

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RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in the Common-wealth. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

BATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in the Common wealth. Any sum aot ever £5, 64; over £5, oat not over £10, Is.; oyer £10, bat aot over £15, la. 6<L; over £15, but not iver £20, 2a. Money Orders by Telegraph. To New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and Perth rWestern . Australia)-Charge for a, ness&sre in addition to above ratea.

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Boot Slaughter. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

Boot Slaughter. Brown's Boot and Shoe Store, Bridge road, was the scene of one of the most rapid boot sale hitherto experienced in this district, pairs changing hands from 1/- upwards. The rush for bargains was some thing to be remembered ; it was the ladies day out, and well they struggled at the early door to gain first footing. Thousands of pairs must have been disposed of. The boot shops within the firing line have experienced a severe set back. Judging from the quantity put out. nearly the whole of Richmond must be well supplied. Last Wednesday about closed this busy scene, The premises (lately damaged by lire) will be renovated and re opened in September. "LINSEED COMPOUND." - The .Stockport Remedy^ for Coughs aud Colds. Of 10 years' proven efficacy.

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MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

MONEY ORDERS. United Kingdom, and otner Briasn Possessions and Foreign Countrlta. M. f<«: «acb £1 or fraction of £1.

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National Picture Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

National Picture Theatre. Tlie program for Monday, Tues day and Wednesday evenings at the National Theatre will include: .Puthe's Australian Gazette (topical ; The Hero (comedy) ; A Moael of Perseverance (comic) ; Master of the Mine (two reel drama) ; Ad ventures of the Extra Baby (comic); The Turning Point (two reel drama) Monkey Intelligence ; Iler Hus band's Friends (drama) ; and others to arrive. OLL Thursday the programme will be changed as usual, when the principal features . will be The Dance of Death (two reel drama) ; The Song of Solomon (two reel comedy; ; and Twenty Minutes of Love (comedy.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

"THE SWAN," Corner if OHUBOH and SWAN STBKET8 EAST RICHMOND. CARLTON XXX and XXXX ALES. Patrons will find every convenience pro vided lor them. COUNTER LUNCH 11 to 2'daily. BILLIARD SALOON fitted with one of Alcock'p best tables. TELEPHONE No . 2902 Racing results" posted promptly after each race. -- John Champion, Late B. Baker, Pharmaceutical & Dispensing Chemist, Ami surgeon Ueucist, 100 BlUDGE EOAD, RICHMOND. "JMMBEB. TIMBER. McConchie's RICHMOND OAsH TIMBER YARDS, BRIDGE ROAD, Corner Gardner St. also CORNER SWAN and BRIGHTON 8T8" SOUTH RICHMOND. Building Material of every description New and Second-band-at Reasonable / Prices. Flooring, Red Gum, Cement, Lining, Palings, Bricks, Weatherboards, Drain Pipee, Sand, . Hardwood, Lime. Builders' Ironmongery Nails, Hinges, Locks, Galvanized Iron, Ridging and Spouting. White Lead, Paint, BrusheB Ironmongery Oil, eto. Note the Addresses BRIDGE ROAD, Garner Gardner St. ALSO ;' SWAN and BRIGHTON STRBBT3 Wp(iuelH'ittOOK1 iTllQt67)i ...

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Australian Fiction. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

Australian Fiction. Australian novels of the popular order are recognised more by thei.i merit la'her than their number, and chief among recent books to win good opinions is "The Outlaw," from the pen of David Hennessey. This is a cleverly-conceived romance of the early settlement of New South Wales. A splendid word picture is drawn of the period in almost historical detail, and inter woven are. the thrilling escapades and dare-devil doings of a man who 'was forced by tyranny and cruelty into a lift of outlawry. Another novel which is sure to meet with popular approval, though not yet printed in oook form, comes from ?the skilful pen of Ethel Harlinghain Quinn, and is entitled 'Kathleen Mavourneen." The authoress will be remembered for her " Sands of the Desert" and many others, but it may be safely averred that this-: her latest-excels all her previous efforts. It is a pleasing, romantic story of a beautiful Irish colleen in Australia, and may be classed as light fiction, particula...

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All Rights Reserved. VIOLET LISLE; OR, A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. PART 25. CHAPTER XXXV. A BARGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

All Rights Reserved. VIOLET LISLE; O R,-: - A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. ; By the Author of "AU or Nothing," " -"Two Keys," etc., et«. PART 25. CHAPTER XXXV. ' A BARGAIN. Whcn~"thie Marquis of Coldenham had;;first, heard that the earldom of Granthorpe had "fallen into the hands of one oi the younger branches of the family, he had not given it a se cond thought ; but one day he had 'learned accidentally that the new earl was n» other than Melville ? Lisle whom he had met at Penarth, during the unpleasant episode of Guy Darlington's elopement with Violet. That Melville Lisle should have be come the Earl of Granthorpe was bad enough, but it was worse to hear that his daughter Violet, was creat ing a sensation throughout the country and was being talked of as the coming belle at the next London season. The little matter of the receipt for money which Violet had never known anything about had not greatly troubled the unprincipled nobleman for' some time owing to the fact that he had the best po...

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PACKETS, ETC. Preparation For Post. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

PACKETS, EJTO. Preparation F«r Post. may be sent through the Without a cover (but uot fas - ; w'iDi auythinu adhesive, such as ir<- -JtHiut). .sealim: was. etc.i' ?. . vit entirely open :it one end or 1_> I' nlViT 1 Mil I till* i>l>Hl)illK - .. i»- of iln' full extent of the exi<l ? xn1«'. and the contents must be easy withdrawal). The cover may bear ?Kciulfr'n mime and address, and'the v.trds packet" " sample," or " pat urn," etc. (ae the case may be), " only." 'n'-keii; may be tied with string, but ilicers of the department may cut the string to examine the contents, and tie .ie.packet up again. Samples of seeds, iruga, etc., which cannot be sent as apen-packets, may be enclosed in bags <r taxes, fastened so as to be. easily undone and re-fastened. ^ate.-If the above conditions b* not implied with, packet* are regarded as nsnfflciently paid letters, and charged *ccordlngly.

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