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WHAT'S IN A NAME? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
WHAT'S IN A NAME? ' At Amsterdam a new society h: oeen formed for the employers of barge men. It is called the '. Sehuitenver I'oerderspatrooiisvereeniging." The em ployers of bargemen on the Thames, 1 .understand, havo to use strong lan guage, but I never heard of them call ing their men such a name as this. 1 do not know what it sounds like-it if awful to look at.
All Rights Reserved. VIOLET LISLE; OR, A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. PART 26. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
4 All Rights Reserved. | VIOLETTISLE ; I ? OB, A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. ? ' A By th» Author of "Ail or Notkinf," "Two Keys," etc., etc. PART 26. "Not a word," she answered with haughty pride, carrying htrself with the- air at' an empress. " There can be no further words between us. I have had bo many with you only for the sake of-two persons who are the dearest in the worid to me. Your presence here contaminates tlie air. I feel towards yon as I would to wards a poisonous viper ; and now that the bargain is made, go, or I 'shall ring to have you put out." The man turned without a word, and bestowing on the girl a glance in which were concentrated all the anger and venom of a base sou! lashed into impotent Jury by the scorpion whip of the truth, told with contemptuous and withering frankness. . He left the room, and Violet stood and listened to his footsteps echoing in the great hall. She stood until she- heard the massive door; close be hind him, and until she heard the quick patter of...
CABBY AND HIS FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
CABBY AND HIS FARE. The traffic was more congested than usual, and the omnibus pursuing its way iown Kegent-street was striving unsuc cessfully to get iu front of a hansom cab. . Enraged at his non-success, the driver called out, sarcastically, " Now, " then, .abby, where do yer think you're driv ng your rabbit hutch to?" The occupant of the cab, a meek-eyed curate, put out his head to remon strate, but instantly withdrew it on being greeted with, " Holloa 1 are you there, too, bunnyP" > .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
CONTRASTS. y'l'he farmer sows his crop, ?- And the good wife sews his clothes; The farmer darns the weather. And the good wife darns his hose. 'J he farmer pitches in the hay, Hut .should he cross her whim, IIis. good wife lays aside her work, And pitehes into him. 1362. -l-UbliUAL rAULIAMiiNT. The Senate is elected by tie vrlLsi« Mate.''' 1: : : i &lt;. ,t: HOUSK OF REPRESENTATIVES.'*1 1'arra Electorate - Hon. F. G. Tudor, M.P. 6TATE PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE OOUNOIL. Melbourne Bast Province.-Hen. A. M'Lellan, M.L.C.; Hon. J. P. Jones, BI.L.C. LEGISLATIVE ASSKMBLI. Richmond Electorate.-Mr. fi. J. Cotter, M.L.A. Al>botsford Electorate.-Mr. G. C. j obber, M.L.A. CITY OF RICHMOND. The Richmond City Council meets 011 alternate Monday^ evenings, at the Town Hall, at 7.30. COUNCILLORS. Mayor, Cr Gordon: Webber, J.P. WEST WARD. G. W. Kemp, retires 1914. D. L., Davies, retires 1915 M. , Alexander, retires 1916. -[l: NORTH WARD. - B. Flevill retires 1914. H. H. Bell, retires 1915. ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
W E D D I N G. PHILLIPS-CHARLTON. &nbsp; &nbsp; A very pretty wedding took place at the Methodist Church, Burnley Street, on Saturday, 4th inst. The church was handsomely decorated with white &nbsp; chrysanthemums and wedding bells. &nbsp; Rev. R. A. Taylor conducted the cere mony. The contracting parties were Miss Jannet Charlton, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Charlton, &nbsp; Church Street, Richmond, with Mr. Thomas Phillips, eldest son of Mr. Thomas Phillips, of Northcote (late of Burnley). The bride, who was givien away by her father, was tastefully, arrayed in ivory crepe de chine, the draped skirt being folded towards the front, where it was cleft with a large rose of ninon; the tunic, of handsome Brussels lace, fell in a point at back, the same: lace being used to veil the kimono bodice, which was studded with small pearls. The court train of crepe de chine was lined with palest &nbsp; pink silk, and ornamented with ninon...
Richmond City Council. MONDAY, JULY 6 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
Richmond City Council. MONDAY, JULY 6 The following representatives were present: COUNCILLORS. G. C. Webber (Major) WAIID Centre Centre Centre ? West West - West ?North North, North South South South . East' East > East behalf I D L 'Davies ... G. W Kemp M Alexander ... - B Flevill ' .1. T Street. : E Bell ... W Burgess ... tX; W. Gleadell ... -.'.V.* G. Beaclicroft A'... Fear. G.'O'Connell... ... : C. Morgan ... Apologies were received, on of Crs. Admans and Barcelo. . : Correspondence. '? From Dr. E. Robertson; returning officer, specifying Wednesdays 12th August, 1914, as the day on or before which the Council of the City of Rich mond may nominate a suitable person .H6,'Be'it^'representative member of the Queen's Memorial Infectious ^Diseases' Hospital Board.-To be made an order of the day for next meeting./ From Board of Public Health, noti fying that eases of infantile paralysis, infant spinal palsy, or epidemic para lysis, have been reported to the Board, and that cases occ...
BATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. s. d. Letters—For every ½oz. or un- der .... 0 1 Post Cards—each .... 0 1 Reply Post Cards—each .... 0 1 Newspapers—4ozs. .... 0 1 Additional 2ozs. .... 0 0½ Commercial Papers—2ozs., 3d.; 4ozs., 3½d.; 6ozs., 4d.; 8ozs., 4½d.; 10ozs., 5d.; then every 2ozs. to 5lbs. .... 0 1 Printed Papers, other than newspapers—For every 2ozs. or under, up to 5lbs .... 0 1 Patterns and Samples—For &nbsp; &nbsp; every 2ozs. or under, up to 5lbs. .... 0 1 Registration Fee .... 0 2 Parcels Post, wholly by sea— for each parcel of 1lb. or under .... 1 0
BATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in the Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 11 July 1914
RATES OF COMMISSION. &nbsp; Money Orders Payable in the Common- &nbsp; wealth. Any sum not over £5, 6d.; over £5, but not over £10, 1s.; over £10, but not over £15, 1s. 6d.; over £15, but not over £20, 2s. &nbsp; Money Orders by Telegraph. To New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and Perth (Western Australia)—Charge for a message in addition to above rates. &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 18 July 1914
LOCAL DIRECTORY. i' Liji!)KAL rAUliLAMENlV I'lie aeua'.L- is elected by tiie whole wte. . HOUSE OF REl'liSeENTATIVES.1 Yarra Electorate - froa. P. G. I'ndor, 11.P. STATE PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL Melbourne East Province.-Hon. A. M'Lellan, M.L.C.; Hon. J. P. Jones, &I L.C. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Richmond Electorate.-Mr. E. J. &lt;3otter, M.L.A. Abboteford Electorate.-Mr. G. 0. \\'»bber, M.L.A. CITY, OF RICHMOND. The Richmond City Council meets on alternate Monday evenings, at the Town Hall, at 7.30. COUNCILLORS. Mayor, Cr Gordon Webber, J.P. WEST WARD. G. W. Kemp, retires 1914. D. L. Oavies, retires 1915 M. Alexander, retires. 1916. NORTH WARD. 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. EASTWARD. . Arthur A. Fear, retires 1914. C. Morgan, retires 1915. G. D. O'Connell, retires 1916. 0J3NTEAL . WARD. . J. U. Webber, retires...
CHAPTER XXXVIII. THE END OF INFAMY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 18 July 1914
CHAPTER XXXVIII. THE END OF INFAMY. From profligacy and unbridled li cence in his youth, the Marquis of Coldenham had come to actual crime in his approach to old age. The sins of his youth had been scarcely more than the virtues of his class. Even the pursuit of an innocent and helpless girl to the very verge of death' Wd starvation would not have injured him' in reputation among his companions ; and a successful pursuit of her to her ruin would have re dounded to Wis credit. He had not had any really easy moments from the time he had re ceived from Lady Darlington the wages of his crime. He called ii that in his own mind. He told himself that he had lied for her and had broken an innocent young girl's heart for her, and that he was get ting no more than he had earned when he took from her the, twenty thousand pounds which he was sup posed to have paid'sto Violet. Be sides he considered Guy 'worth fully that much to him: The money carried him over his trying ordeals at the time, hut...
THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 18 July 1914
THE LADIES. The Loyal Mignonette Lodge held their usual fortnightly meeting on Monday evening last. All officers were present bat the Chaplain. The W.M., Sister W. Liddle, presided. After the transaction of lodge busi ness, a Social. Evening -was held, when an interesting programme and refreshments made the time pass merrily. The best thanks of the lodge were tendered to the visitors (five from Newmarket) who provided the musical programme. No. 27 extended an invitation to members in September. :A Skipping Com petition -will be held next lodge night, 27th inst. *? Keep the money In- your own dis trict Sell all you can and buy al) you can at home. The men who have Invested in stores, workshops, and other business places are bnildlnt up the town,. - - V
P.A.F.S. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 18 July 1914
P.A.F.S. The Duke 'of Eichmond Lodge, P.A.P.S., met at tlie Foresters' Hall, Swan-street, on - Tuesday evening last. All officers were present, .the W.M., Bro. J. Evans, presiding. Three new members were initiated, and two candidates for membership proposed. A motion was passed expressive, of the sympathy of the lodge with Bro. Walton on the death of his wife, and the secretary was instructed to forward a letter of con dolence to. the bereaved member. The rifle; team, .delegate reported .scores-No. ,,1 team, 333, Bros. W. Smith 66; "R, Lowe' 67," A. Cole , 67, S. Bell 65'. .,Pfo. 2 team,- 314, Bros. Baker 68j A. Whitehorn 67, C. Bell 55, J. Crosby 61. The Social Com mittee met and arranged a syllabus for the next six months. The item on the syllabus for next lodge night, 28th inst., is a Bowling Match, No.'27 v.-No. 66.
Richmond Creche and Free Kindergarten. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 18 July 1914
Richmond Creche and Free Kindergarten. The . Annual Meeting of subscri bers to the Richmond Creche was held" on StlTinst. There was a good attendance, Cr Alexander pre siding. _ .... The report of the Committee showed 'that the- 'attendances of children for the year totalled b,474 July being the highest month with 754. The health of the children had been good, and the medical officers, Drs. A mess and Haynes, expressed themselves as^ very satisfied at the cleanliness and order of the Creche. During the year Mesdames Tudor, McGrath and S Kennon. resigned from the com mittee, and Mesdames M. Alexander and Rosenberg were elected. The mothers' meetings held during the year at which garments were dis iribttted had helped the mothers considerable: Various members of i the committee had given donations^ The, Jumble Fair and Bazaar re sulted iii £60 being obtained for the Creche. K egret was expressed at the resignation of Mrs Hunter, the matron," who retired on account of ill-health. Mrs T...
G. H. BENNETT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 18 July 1914
BENNETT CLUB. The above club visited Sunshine on Saturday laEt and play the local club, which resulted, after a very interesting game, in a win for Bennetts by- 4 goals 10 behinds to 3 goals 8 behinds. Kett (2), Clarke, and Stanford kicked the goals for the-winners. To-day they journey to Eltham to play a match again the local club
FOOTBALL. RICHMOND 8-21; ESSENDON 5[?]7 RICHMOND'S PROGRESS. ESSENDON CHAMPIONS OVERSHADOWED [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 18 July 1914
.. . -==^^^ssg* F O O.T B A L L. RICHMOND 8-21; ESSENDON 5 7 HIOHMOND'S PROGRESS. ESSENDON CHAMPIONS OVERSHADOWED - Lack is often an element that has a lot to do in winning football matches. But there was. no luck about it on. Saturday with Rich mond and Essendon. j Both side had the same advantage J of the wind which blew fairly I strong up till half-time, but afterl that the weather became fairly calm. But Richmond seemed to play quite aB well against the wind as with it. . Certainly Essendon had not tht-ir strongest team in the absence of Baring and Ogden. but their places were filled by worthy substitutes. The runaway victory, nearly 2 to 1 in points. 69 to 37. was a splendid triumph for the Yellow and Black battlers against such a famous com bination as Essendon has so long proved to be There were two changes in Rich mond- team from the preyious Saturday, Farrell and Ohlsen taking J he -places of Arbrew- and Crohk. The lattei' two. with. Richardson and one or two others form a ...
FOSSIL MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 18 July 1914
FOSSIL MAN. i . It "is a striking fact that very fewj fossil remains of most ancient typesj of man have been found as yet, soj' that our knowledge of the origin ofl our prehistoric ancestors is most im-i perfect. A remarkable find was the', fossil man of La Chapellc aur-1 Saints in France, which showed a skull in a remarkable state of pre servation. The find attracted much attention at the time., but it remain-; ed to be seen what conclusions could be drawn from it. Scientists have been trying to reconstruct our an cient ancestors from this model, but there are many doubts still pre vailing. New light is thrown on the subject by the recent work of Profs.. Boule and Anthony of^Paiis. which brought out some \ striking facts. As the skull was in a very good state of preservation, they were able to obtain a plaster cast of the in side of the skull almost as tharp and complete as those made from modern skulls. Thus a very good idea could be gained of the shape of the brain, which could n...
Richmond Harriers. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 18 July 1914
Richmond Harriers. The Richmond Harriers held a One Mile Handicap last Saturday on the City Reserve during tlie hall-time interval ol the lootball -match between St. Ignatius' and Sunshine. A strong wind pre vented good time. I weuty sinned, and alter a good ana interesting race, H. Breen (.xoo yards; won by ten yards irom JD. Gaughwin (scr.;, with M. Day (70 yards) five yards away, third. Time 4 min. 51 sees To-day the club hold a Seven Miles Road Race at Brignton^ Beach. Train, 2.20. All members available tor selec tion tor the Five Miles onampiou ship at Baharat are requested to notily the secretary to-day.
SENSATIONS OF FLYING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 18 July 1914
SENSATIONS OF FLYING. . -4--1 Describing her experiences in an aeroplane, a lady writes in the I "Autocar" | Once seated, I tucked iny dress well under me, and felt prepared for any thing. "'Shall I hold on by these?" I asked. "Pas necessaire," replied the pilot. All the same, I did hold on. The engine was accelerated, and of! 'we glided. I did not know when we left the ground, all was so smooth. Very soon I loosed my hold of the. wooden uprights, and just placed my hands under the seat. It was too delightful ! Better even than I expected. Round again we swept, rising and dipping, but no sensation of sea-sickness. I only longed to pilot the machine myself, and watched every movement. There was no more wind than one feels in driving a car, the. propeller Being behind, as is also the engine ; the noise was not deafening,, as the air seemed to carry it off. We came down quite gently, the en gine slowed a little, then on again to roll a few paces to the starting place. Climbing down was...