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POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

POSTAL INFORMATION. For the Information of our reader* ve herewith publish the SATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA. .. d. <erters-Half-ounce or under . 0 1 For every ounce ... 0 2 .express Delivery-For each letter or packet, not exceed ing Roz.. for first mile (in ad dition to ordinary postage) ..04 *'or every additional half-miie or under 0 2 jite fee 0 1 'nckeis - Commercial and ".in ted papers (maximum "Mirht 51bs., dimensions not . .o exceed 2ft. !u length, 1ft . <WpUi or width), for every ioi. or fraction thereof ... 0 X Htterna and samples, packets at merchandise, ste. (maxl .uum weight lib., dimensions aot to exceed 2ft in length, lft in depth or width), rata of postage for every 202. or fraction thereof . . . ... .0 1 . .tooks-For. every 4o*. or un- . i-- der. up to. 5lbs. .- - -.-HHP*1'"#- -For each news C OH inaeaslnMi. and not published In *»>. Coinm«nwealtb, 2oi.. . . 0 0% «< cards-each 0 1 . Cards-each .... 0 2 ? for . . 0 . :1»m f«x> ......

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

0UU1NARY TELEGRAMa. Town and suburban, within prescribed limits, or within fifteen miles from the send ing station, including address . and signature (not exceeding . sixteen words) 0 I Bach additional word 0 1 Other places within the State, except town and suburban, including address and signa ture (not exceeding sixteen words) 0 8 .:»eh additional word ..... 0 1 nt fir state, 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 uurged for the transmission of tele rams on Sunday. Christmas Day, and rood Friday, and for " Urgent" tele grams. ,e

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

POSTAL NOTES. 1'uaml Notes may be obtained at any net Office is Victoria; The following are the denominations the notes, and tlae poundage or price charged for them:-Is., }£d.; 1B. 6d., VfcL; 2B., Id.; 2b. 6d.. Id.; 3a" Id.; 3a. faL. 1(L:""4B., id.: 4b. Od.. Id.: 5B" l^d.; r«. 6d.. 2d.; 10s.. 3d.: 10#. 6d., 3d.; 15b., '<? 20a., 3d,

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NOTES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

NOTES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. T Mrs. Louise LindlofI, "spiritual iBt, clairvoyant, and.crystal gazer," is accused at Chicago of poisoning her little son Arthur in order to vindicate her reputation as »pro phetess. A year and a half ago her daughter Alma and her husband died. Then Bhe said to the under taker "We shall hove to call you in again before a year. It has l.-een revealed to me bjr an occult process." Poison ia said to have been found in the exhumed remains of the son and husband. The pro phetess, a motherly-looking person, declares she has been receiving con stant. occult messages informing her that her innocence will b9 fully es tablished. Princess Lichnowsky, wife of tho newly-appointed German Ambassa dor to Great Britain, is the author ess of a book., about to leave the press. It is. entitled "Gods, Kings, and Animals in Egypt," and is one of the most charmingly subjective studies of ancient and modern Egypt yet written. The action for blander brought by Signor Caruso, the...

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

A LULLABY. (lush, Ui'ny, huah ! The distant s'ara an. shining, The brig'it young moon peeps through ilit- window pane ; Silunc* has fallen upon the- litUe crea tures . Thai V.iidiy seTlc a refuge when the ( y 0 is on 'Ik wane. Hush, iiahy, hush ! Thy mother watches o'er thee, Close cradled on her breast, thou'rt safe in hor keeping ; - Dm way, warm nnd snug, thy little griefs forgotten, Watches and waits she to see thee sweetly sleeping. "LINSEED COMPOUND" for Coughs and Colds.. Relieves asthma and difficult breathing.

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Arbor Day. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

Arbor Day.. The celebration of Arbor Day attracted a large gathering of resi dents to the Richmond Park on Friday, 26th ult. Scholars from all the State Schools were marched to the Park, accompanied by their teachers. The trees were planted under the supervision of Mr A. J. Carter, who had the ground pre' pared and arrangements made in a : manner that elicited general admir ation. Ten trees were planted by scholars of each School, and 16 by visitors. St Ignatius' scholars did not take part in the ceremony, and the trees allotted to them were planted by Cr Burgess ^Pl>,(> priate addresses were delivered by Mr D. Martin (chairman Park Trust), Cr Flevill, and Mr Blazey (Town Clerk; Cr Webber (Mayor >, several councillors, and members of School Committees were present. In all 86 trees were planted, com prising 25 varities of eucalyptus. During the past eight years 1653 eucalyptus and wattle trees have planted in the Park. It is a matter for regret that this good work' is freque...

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
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GREAT SURGICAL ACHIEVE MENTS. NOBEL PRIZE WINNER'S MASTERFUL SCIENTIFIC TRIUMPHS. NEW SYSTEM CREATED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

GREAT SUR8ICAL ACHIEVE MCttTS. ;? NOBEL PRIZE WINNER'S MAS. TERFUL SCIENTIFIC TRI UMPHS, NEW SYSTEM CREATED. Some marvels of surgery are asso ciated with the career of Dr. Alexis Carrol, who has been awarded the Noble Prize. Less known for his distinguished work in England than in America, Dr. Carrel has placed on record achievements which promise to prove a powerful factor in saving human life, while even where this end is not attained a huge amount of suf fering to -the living will be obvia ted. Dr. Carrel has worked in Rocke feller Institute laboratories, New York, and has advanced surgical science in the direction in which wounds and diseafies of the blood vessels can be satisfactorily treated. But one of the most astounding of Dr. Carrel.'s processes concerns the transplantation of cettain organs. In animals certain vital structures can be transplanted from one to an other now that the proper blood vessel connection can be made. This may be carried much further ; to such an ext...

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WORLDS IN THE MAKING. NEW STARS FLY OFF LIKE SPAEKS FROM A FLINT WHEN DEAD SUNS COLLIDE IN OUTER SPACE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

WORLDS IN THE MAKING. --i-- - ; NEW STARS FLY OFF LIKE SPAHKS FROM A FLINT WHEN DEAD SUNS COLLIDE IN OtJTER SPACE. (BR GABRET P. SERVISS.) Three steps in the creation of a W star can now be defined. In the first two great "dead suns'' which may be larger than our sun, but which have faded and gone out in consequence of the cooling caused by excessive age, rush together with a combined speed of a hun dred miles per second ! But before they crash together a strange thing happens. Bach of them begins to giow with light on that - part of its surface which is turned directly toward, the other, and both of them ore a little drawto out in form, or elongated, like two dogs tugging at the same bone. And, in fact, these two dead stars are pulling against one another, and both the kindling light and the dis tortion of shape are due to the strain of tbat tremendous pull, arising from their mutual attrac tion. This seems one of the strangest conclusions of science, I but it is perfectly easy to ...

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Mr John Wing. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

Mr John Win I lie death of 'Mr John Wing, of Baker street lias removed one of oldest and most respeeted residents. Mr Wing was formerly connected .with; tli©. Metropolitan Press, but for many years past had devoted almost the whole of his time to the duties of outside business represen tative of the Homcepathie Hospital.

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Dr. Rosenberg. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

Dr. Rosenberg. Dr. David Rosenberg, who has taken over the practice of Dr. \V. Burton (including the Kichmond Free Dispensary) is creating a highly favorable impression amongst his new clientele.

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

Transferred. ^ Mr Tom Broughton. of. the local Post and Telegraph Office, has been transferred to Sale. While we are sorry to lose him, Sale has every reason to be thankful for securing a valued officer, and one of the best all-round sports, always ready to lenda hand and give advice in a good cause. Tom's cheery style endeared him to all clasBes of the community. He was a valuable asset during- the turmoil of a Federal Election, brimful of infor mation ; in fact, a walking en cyclopedia. We wish Tom and family every prosperity: in their new sphere. ^

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St. Ignatius' Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

St. Ignatius' Bazaar. Tie Bazaar in St Ignatius' Hall, Vaucluse.jwas opened oil 26th ult, by Hon. F. G. Tudor, MP, in the presence of a representative gather ing. Mr Cotter, M L. A., took part, in the ceremony. The attendances during the week have been satis I factory Special attractions are announced for this afternoon and evening, and the bazrar will be open from 6 j to 10.30 every evening during the next fortnight.

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Richmond Australian "Give me the liberty to utter and to argue freely, according to conscience above all liberties." SATURDAY, JULY 4 Current Topics. Voters' Lists [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

Itrhmoiii! y- Give me the liberty to Utter and- to {.argue freely, according to conscience above all liberties SATURDAY, JJJLY 4 Current Topics. Voters' Lists The Voters' Lists will be-open for inspection between tlia 8th and l4th July at the local police stations and at the news agency of Mr Fife, Lennox-street, and Estate Agency of;Mr Vawdon, Victoria-street

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

BRIDGE ROAD, near Lennox Street fhe First, Most Comfortable, and Most Popular Theatre in Richmond. - Carefully Selected " First Run " Pictures, accompanied by Bright and Sparkling Music, rendered by the National Orchestra, have made the National Theatre the talk of Richmond. Program Changed Every* Monday & Thursday. The clonal is the Coolest Thoatre in the Suburbs. A. Tip-Up Chair for Every Patron. jCloors are all Sloping, thus ensnring a good view for all. Pictures every evening at 8 sharp. Matinees every Saturday and POPULAR PRICES ; STDEb!s 6CIRCLE IS Children Half Price to all Parts,'except on Saturday Nights. Seats may be "Booked at Faulkner's, opposite Theatre, ' "! 3d. extra. F ^1 K Henry Skead General Grocer 36 CORSAIR STREET, RICHMOND, Invites YOV to come and tinow for yoxirseiees his {J Great System of Cash and ?. . Credit Combined. Lowest Prices. Best Quality. Tel. 2375 Windsor, Ash any of our numerous ; '? \ "Customers-they will tell yov. SESE3S 55WS J ON NATURE'...

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THE WISDOM OF THE RAT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

THE* WISDOM &K THE RAT. No single point better illustrates the sagacity of a rat than the way>,ln' which it eats an egg. It bites through the shell and chips off small fragments as neatly as a squirrel opens a nut, consumes the entire contents without spilling a drop, and then sits up and licks itself clean like a cat. Rate will st'eal the eggs from under a sitting hen. Their method of handling eggs Is also characteristic. An egg is as. big for a rat as a barrel is for a man, and much more fragile. Yet there is evi dence of the fact that they pass eggs along from one to another, although not, probably,1 as has often been re .ported, by forming lines, like a buck et brigade. The operation is natural ly a difficult one to observe. Appar ently it takes two rats to each egg. One holds the egg in its paws, passes if on .to the other, and then runs ahead to take it once more in its turn. The same device seems to be employed to carry an egg downstairs, the one that has the egg p...

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Au Revoir. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

Au fie voir. " By the departure of Dr \V. Bur ton, who for upwards of 30 years has been practising his profession in this district, Richmond loses its oldest medical practitioner. His kindly disposition gained him the respect and good will of citizens generally. It is Dr. Burton's inten tion to shortly take a trip abroad.

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

Richmond Harriers. On Saturday last Richmond, Ennismore, and Gheltenham-Mor dial.loc Harriers,i ^vitft one visitor from Carlton^j held .' a combined run" from Ivanhoe. .< Two-' packs were formed, ? MeAuley (Chelten ham- Mordialloc);-:and' Smith (En nismore) having i charge of the slows, while the fast pack had H. Biggs and J. F. Horan (Richmond) as pace and whip respectively. The fast pack caught the slows about a mile out searching for a trail which had been very poorly laid by R. J. Lynch, R. Hanslow j(Richmond) and H. J. Finley (Ennismore). Alter some time had been spent searching for the paper, it was decided to hold a pack run in the direction of Mont Park, about six: miles being covered. A mile from home the pace was quickened, and the first to arrive were G. A. Hare (Ennis more), H. Biggs (Richmond), and J. C. Savage (Carlton.) To-day the F'our Miles Open Road Race will;be held at Brigh ton Beach. Train, 2.20. Members who are not running in the Open Race, are advis...

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Council Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

Council Tenders. :ulhe Council invite tenders for supply of 12 receptacles constructed of: wire work or perforated steel. Specification at Town Clerk s Office.

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HOME HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

HOME HINT8. To clean lamp-glasses hold them over a jug of boiling water.until "well steamed, then polish with a dry dus ter. It is far less trouble than wash ing, and the glasses very rarely break. When, washing valuable china or cut glass it is a good plan to place a heavy Turkish towel at the bottom of the basin. This prevents all danger of the china and glass getting chip ped. To preserve eggs, fill a .wooden box with ordinary salt, smear each egg over with olive-oil," and place it In the salt with the pointed end downwards'... Eggs treated in this manner will k'eep Eresli for some time. ? In giving medicine in liquid form to a baby, place the point of the spoon containing the medicine against the roof of the mouth. Ad ministeredin__this way it will be im possible'torthe child to choke or eject, the medicine. " . To remove cocoa stains, from.lable-^ cloths and serviettes," wash in cold* water first, and then boiling wafer should be poured through until the last vestige of the Bta...

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AN HEROIC WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 July 1914

. AN HEROIC WOMAN. -A 'woman of comparatively huijn>lfe "origin who ;has:.recently died at Toul ' bn; proved herself a heroine in a1 mo ment ot peril. Her. name was Mad ame Emerat, and in 1858 she was liv ing with her father, M. Eveillard, who - was French Consul at Jeddah. A baiid - of fanatical Mussulmans atacked the English and French ^consulates. JI. and Madame Eveillard were killed in presence of their daughter. ' ' Tile latter, retaining her self-com-. mand, organised, with the assistance of dragomen, a powerfulresistance, , which was shared by twenty-five other Christians who had taken refuge in the consulate. The defenders held out against the Mussulmans for . two days. The British gunboat, Cyclops .landed a party of bluejackets, who, dispersing the assailants, found that nearly all the besieged were dead. Emerat seriously wounded, and Made moiselle Eveillard in danger of being captured. < The girl returned to France, was received by Napoleon "the Third, and gr...

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