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ONLY A SPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
ONLY A SPOT. \ - T ; - Before 'Prince Bismark- reconstruct ed "the map of Europe and made'a united Germany, a dozen little prin cipalities , used to annoy travellers b.v . stopping .them at their fron tiers until they had satisfied the Custom House demands. A Yankee once had his carriage stopped at the frontier ol « petty prince's country. The Herr Ober .Controlleur at the Custom House came forward, and, much to his in dignation, was received in a non chalant; wjiy\ The. Yankee was ungentlemanly enough not to get out of his carriage or even to take off his.-'hat. The Herr Ober sharp ly demanded the keys of the tour ist's trunks, ' which "his subordinate began handling roughly. s "Here, hands off!" shouted the Yankee. "I didn't come from the United States of America to be con trolled by you. Put those .trunks back. I'll not go through you at all. I'll turn back. I'm in no hurry, and don't, care for losing a day. You're no country-you're only a spof. I'll go round you." And he did. ^ ...
PACKETS, ETC. Preparation For Post. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
PACKETS, ETO, : preparation F«r Post Packets may be sent through the poet:-Without a cover (but not fas tened with anything adhesive, such as gum, postage stamp, sealing wax, etc.); In a cover entirely open at one end or '.Ide (if the cover be slit, the opening nust be of the full extent of the end or aide, and the contents must be easy of withdrawal). The cover may bear the sender's name and address, and the words " packet," " sample," or " pat tern," etc. (as the case may be), " only." Packets may be tied with string, but .. officers of the department may cut the (tring to examine the contents, and tie the packet up again. Samples of seeds, irugs, etc., which cannot be sent as spen packets, may be enclosed in bags >r hoses, fastened so as to be easily indone and re-fastened. Nate.-Tf the above conditions b* net ?.mplied with, packets are regarded as usriffinipotly paid letters, and charged ippordlngly.
POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
POSTAL INFORMATION. For.;the information of our reader* herewith publish the OATHS FOB PLAGES IN VICTORIA. a. d. &lt; /erters-Half-ounce or under . 0 1 " For every ounce . . . 0 3 Mispress Delivery-For each letter or packet, not exceed ing 80s., for first mile (in ad&lt; #ition to ordinary postage). . 0 4 &lt;"or every additional half-mile or under . . 0 2 Late fee 9 1 "ackets - Commercial and printed papers (maximum weight 5Ib8" dimensions not tfi exceed 2ft In length, 1ft. depth or width), for every zoa. or fraction thereof ... 0 1 Patterns and samples, packets at merchandise, stc. (maxl mnrn weight llbi, dimension! net to exceed 2ft In length, ' lft in depth or width), rata of postage for every 2oz. or fraction thereof ...... D 1 Books-For every 4os. or un der, up to 51b«. ....... 0 1 M&lt;»wspaper«-For each news paper 9 0}4 Newspapers, magaalnae, and publications not published in the Commonwealth, 2es.. . 0 Oft Post Card*-each . :. . -v'*» 0 1 "ft...
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. Town and suburban, within prescribed limits, or within fifteen- miles from the send-' Ing station, including address and signature (not exceeding sixteen words) fi i Bach additional word i 1 Other places within the State, . except town and suburban, including address and signa ture (not exceeding sixteen words) . 9 S :uch additional word ..... Q 1 uterstate, i.e., from any one State to any other State, in cluding address and signa ture (not exceeding sixteen words) 10 Bach additional word ..... 0 1 Double the foregoing rates to be .ikarged for the transmission of tele grams on Sunday, Christmas Day, and Good Friday, and for "Urgent" tele grama. .
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
POSTAL NOTES. ''omul Note* uiay'be obtained at any o«t Office in Victoria. - Tke following are the denominations of the notes, and tiie poundage or price charged for tUem :-la., ^d.; Is. 6d., %d.: 2B.. Id.; 2s. 6d., Id.; 3s" Id.; 3B. Id.: 4b., Id.: 4s. fid.. Id.: 5B.. l%d.; 6d.. 2d.; 10b.. 3d.: 10r Gd.. 3d.: 15s.. "1. 20*.. 3d.
CHAPTER XXXVII. MAN'S PERFIDY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
CHAPTER XXXVII. MAN'S PERFIDY. The Earl of Granthorpe was better than his expectation in the matter of returning home ; though, as be said ' to Lady Westall on leaving her, he was very much afraid that Violet would read his happiness in his face, and so learn his secret before he was ready to divulge it. He reached home late that night, and did not see Violet until the mornin". Then he avoided her, adjourning to his room immediately after breakfast, and ordering a carriage soon after, without saying anything to her as to where he was going-a very unusual thing for him to do ; but she was so full of her own miserable thoughts that she gave it almost no considera tion at all. " Rather late in life to be Cupid'a messenger," said the Earl of Gran thorpe to himself ; " but in my pre sent state, of mind I feel that it is far better to be late than never in the service of the little god. Drive to Darlington Castle, Robert," he said aloud to his coachman. When Lady Darlington, sitting in he...
CITIZEINS SCHOOLBOYS' COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
CITIZ.INS SCHOOLBOYS' COMMITTEE. .' The past- fortnight-- has been a very busj* pe. iod' for . the .I'itizens' (J«/inimttee . :M i-3> r-T Kel ly (Swan Hotel 1 was preso.it: il with :a gronpe of photos of the Executive us a small murk of esteem for. services rendered as lady vice pnsidjnt of the AssDciation. . Last Fridny representatives from the seven schools of Richmond were entertained at the Oddfellows' Hall l>3- the citizens. Over one hundred; wire present. Mr .John Goodwill; occupied the chair, arid \[i- K; ('otter .ML. A. addressed the'fads in a manner that was deeply appre ciated Last Monday evening a Picture Night was held at the Globe Theatre, which proved an unqualified success, many people being.unable to-obtain admission. The Executive have decided to hold another Picture Night in three weeks time,; when a novel entertainment will be su.ii mitted to the citizens The selected itl lads from the seven schools will leave Spencer street next Saturday for Geelong hy the ...
CHAPTER XXXVI. THE BLOOD OF THE LISLES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
CHAPTER XXXVI. . THE BLOOD OF THE LISLBS. In the afternoon alter his interview with Violet, the Earl of Grantho"e told her that he was called to Lon don on -important business, astmgat the same time if there was anything for him to do there for her. »» told Mm no, and he left her. ^ " I may not be home to-night, he said, as he drove away. Late that' same afternoon Lady West all sat at her piano, mur^Tin| her grief in music ; for indeed her heart was very heavy. It was only that she had lost Violet, who ZB bo dear to her, but that the man to whom she would have been willing to devote her remaining years seemed too indifferent even to learn why she remained aloof from him. "I should have known better at my age," she said, with a sort of self scora that was far more bitter even than would have been that of an other. " He had passed beyond the »b« . »» «o»ia « bis feelings for more than a T while, or with a stronger hold than a mere, lukewarm friendship. I am aloHsh old^oman' What have ...
FOOT BALL. RICHMOND VICTORIOUS. OVER COLLINGWOOD. A BRILLIANT PERFORMANCE NO LUCK ABOUT IT. A STRAIGHT OUT WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
F O O T 8 A L L. RICHMOND VIGTOUIOUS. OVER COLLINGWOOD. A BRILLIANT PERFORMANCE NO LUCK ABOUT IT. A STRAIGHT OUT WIN. '"Can we win?" " Of course we can " said skipper Thomas as the team filled out on the sward last Salurday Skipper Minogue of the Magpies smiled, and simply said. '"Not to day." The weather was fine and the crowded ground presented a nice appearance, and gladdened the hearts of Grand Stand debenture holders, who look for b'g gates to pay them dividends ' Tim Lanes to umpirfc'! If he dues as well in this match as in the St. Kilda match it. will be a good game was the remark of a lady enthusiast Lane did not come up to ex expectations but the mistakes he made were on both sides, and.there was no doubt about his fairness Umpires, like players, cannot always be in tip top form. ; "Thousands walked over . from ollingwood along Punt road, and there was a long string of vehicles from the well-appointed motor to the modest push bike, and the magpies' supporters were almost as...
THE ZERO THAT HAS NO HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
THE ZERO THAT HAS NO HEAT. 4 ?; Absolute zero, the point at which there is no heat whatever, lias been fixed by scientists aU. 273 degrees below: Centigrade, or about 530 degrees below zero Fahrenheit. .This: amazing state of coldness has. been- produced by.' Professor.Kamer ling Onnes, . at his laboratory in. the "University of Leyden; Holland.: One: . of "the interesting- results of "this ex .perinient -.- has : been. :to prove,.: .that, life is not extinguished,. by this: de^. ;-.-pe of cold. «? i. Y e .germ theory, as advanced by. 1 r -feasor' Svante Arrheni'us - and' - ctiirr scientists' is, therefore,: proved; te.'.able. According "to this-: theory, life ; has, been .carried /frouM-sta.!:-to; istar and from planet/ to ^planet : through space, in. the form of . inir; croscopic germs - driven bj^ the -power of light. . The objection/im-. mediately oflered to "this, theory was that (.he . absolute,.;.: zero of space, would ??? be fatal to. the germ's. . This objection is now disp...
THE MAN ON THE BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
THE MA?] ON THE BRIDGE. ( . -t ' &lt;To be c&: tain orofficer on a great .cBean liner hclds, in the mere nthough1, more than a tinge of ro Imsnce. But in reality . Hiere is nothing4 but hardships, real and grim, in such a post very fre quently. In times of-fog the master of the ship may be, oa deck from ,sixty to seventy hours ; oa him de Ipends the safety ot perhaps three thousand souls. During a winter ivoyage the hardships are increased. Wot even armour-plate can protect a man against the fierce, penetrating cold experienced by the one who must (take his stand on the ice and snow icovered bridge. [ It is sheer hard work all the time .for 'every officer, from junior to master. And the reward ? A jun ior officer on joining a ship may re ceive £7 a month, and, after twelve or fifteen years' service, may reach ? £280 a year as chief officer. There ' are no holidays, and nowadays a ship stays in port so short a time that there is. little chance of taking anything like ...
Juvenile Frolic Entertainers. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
Juvenile Frolic ICntertainers. . The Richmond Juvenile Frolic Party has concluded its different entertainments in aid of the : ondigo Mining Disaster . Fund. Unfor tunately,' through adverse weather conditions and the reputation of the children not being known in the suburbs visited (he result is some* what ' disappointing to th^se who interested themselves in the move ment'.' The amount realised after all expenses weiv paid amounted to £KS !)s 2d In addition to this, the Prahran Council has refunded £l, whilst the. Collingwood Council has notified the committee that charity allowance will be granted on pro duction of the balance sheet, which is now being drawn up by the treasurer (Miss Webber, Mayoress) and which will shortly be made public
Sunday Afternoon Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
Suuilay Afternoon Lectures. The-syllabus for -the next six Sunday afternoons at the City lie serve is :-«JuIy 12th (to-morrowj ''Gold. Land, and MoneyMr 15. Turner; 19th ' Economics " Air M. Struhan ; 2bth " Kxisting Condi tions," Air G Laidler; August 2nd. "Literary Studies,'' Mr A. J. Sullivan j 9th " Social Conditions " Mr Frew; Ifa'fch, lecturette Mr Mulvaney.
Richmond Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
Richmond Theatre. The Richmond Theatre attracts good audiences nightly and all who attend are delighted with the pro grammes presented, no expense being spared to procure the latest and up to date films. Children lool&lt; forward to the Saturday matinees when they.-heartily enjoy an after noon of pictures, all to themselves
National Picture Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
National Picture Theatre. The program for Monday, Tues day and \y.ednesday evenings at tlie National,Theatre will include: Put he'd 'Australian Gazette (topical ; The Fringe.pn the: Glove, two reel; drama ;-The5'Betraying Mai'k, '3000 feet drama ; The Man Who Came Back, drama ; A Strenuous Ride, comic; Get' Rich Quick Billington. comedy ; ? Ginpssimo's Grandpa's Pipe, comic ; Orianda scenic On Thursday the programme will be changed as usual, when the principal features will be A Question of Hats and Gowns, two part comedy drama ; Behind the Footlights two reel drama ; Jimmy Olabby a drama in which this famous pugilist is the principal actor_; Mabel's Nerve, an exceedingly funny comedy.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
B ilDGB BO AD, sear Lennox fhe First, Most Comfortable, and Most Popular Theatre in Richmond. Carefully Selected " First. Run " Pictures, accompanied by Bright and Sparkling M^usic, rendered by the r National Orchestra, have made the National Theatre the talk of Richmond. Program Changed Every Monday & Thursday. &lt;The National is the Coolest Thoatre in the Suburbs. A Tip-Up Chair for Every Patron. Jflaors are all Sloping, thus ensuring a good view for all. Pictures every evening at 8 sharp. Matinees every Saturday and Holiday at 2.30 sharp-T POPULAR PRICES : STDReIs 6CIECXiE IS Children Half Price to all Parts, except on Saturday Nights. * ; i Seats may j be Booked at Faulkner's, opposite Theatre, . 3d. extra, ' u-snri vt'ild . >'l-. Skead General Grocer 36 OORSAIR S1RF.ET," RICHMOND, Invites YOU to come and know for yourselves his Great System of Cash and Credit Combined. Lowest Prices. Best Quality. Tel. 2375 Windsor. Ask any of our numerous Customers-they wil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
"THE SWAN," ® Corner cf OHUBOH and SWAN 8TBBETS. BAST RICHMOND. CA&LTON XXX and XXXX ALES. Patrons will And every convenience pro vided lor them. COUITTKB LUNCH 11 to 2 daily. BILLIARD SALOON fitted with one of Alcock's best tables. . ' TELEPHONE No 2902 Raoing , results^ posted promptly after \ -a-. "each race. ESTABLISHES 1858 J ohn^ Champion, Late B. Bakert . Pharmaceutical & Dispensing Chemist, And Surgeon Dentist, 100 BRIDGE ROAD, RICHMOND. L I 'piM BEE. TIMBER. McConchie's RICHMOND CASH TIMBER I YARDS, BRIDGE ROAD, Corner Gardner St. also CORNER SWAN and BRIGHTON 8T8" SOUTH RICHMOND. Building Material of every desoriptiom New and Second-hand-at Reasonable i Pncea. ' Flooring, Bed Gum, Cement, Lining, : Palings, Bricks, Weatherboards, Drain j Pipes, Sand, Hatdwood, Lime. Builders' Ironmongery ; rJaili, Hinges, Locks, Galvanized Iron, Ridgiog and Spouting. White Lead, Paint, Brushes Ironmongery ? "" Oil, eto. Mote the AddteBies BHIDGEROAD, Oornei; Gartner Sfc,. ....