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Richmond City Council. MONDAY, JULY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 July 1914
^Richmond City Council. MONDAY, JULY 20. ^ "T1i6 following representatives .£^ " we; e!present:- v CbtTNCIIiliORS. WARD. Centre Centre Centre West West West North North North South South South East East ? East G C. Webber (Mayor) ~-G k Admans . U. i aicelo ... '-v ' D L Davies ... G W 'Kemp M Alexander B. rievill ... , ... J. T Street. ... . ^ - .li H. 11 ... _ ... W ' urgess ... " ... W G.eadell *'Vy"! u '& Beachcr'oft ... -J A .1 b'oar . "... "t i; O'Connell... ' C. Morgan - ... '.!i -&lt; - .&lt;.,> Correspondence. cThe .Melbourne Electric Supply . -, . , Co. requested that old drainage ease " . " r ment over land recently purchased in .jyx'- the. vicinity of their works be excised, :there being now necessjty for such -...... easement, as satisfactory arrange -. have been made with the Coun . cil for drainage. Referred to P.W;C. ^ » From Divisional Returning Officer, 'j? frgfciwijs'StYarra; Electorate, forwarding copies' .?-i^-hjV^-'of-the new roll:. Re...
THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 July 1914
THE LADIES. The above club had a very plea sant evening at the residence of Mrs D. Dunlop, given ia honor of Miss Baker, the iirst lady member of the club to be married. During 'the evening a presentation was made to the i ride Elect of a hand some jardinier. presented by the captain Mrs Dunlop, from the mem bers of the club. The club met the A.N. A. in a friendly shoot on 9th inst, which resulted iu a win for the Ladies. Scores for Wednesday's shooting. Possible 70 : Name. . H'cap. Score. Miss L. Clark 0 70 Miss Jungwirtli 6 "... 70 Miss Harris ... 8 ... 70 Mrs Barnard ... 8 ... 70 Captain Dunlop 7 ... 70 Miss Barnard ... S 68 Mrs Batch ... 12 70 Miss E. Rose ... 14: ... 61 Mrs Schmidt ... 11 ... 60 Miss A. Clark ... 0 ... 65 The Club held their second An nual Social in the Australian Hall, Church-street, there being a large gathering of members and friends, and a very enjoyab'e evening was spent. During the evening the prizes won during the year were prosenied by the President, Cr...
THE AWFUL PENALTY WE PAY FOR GETTING ANGRY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 July 1914
THE^WFUL PENALTY WE PAY FOR GET-TING ANGRY. 4 -- There are at least two men on this earth who know better than to get angry. One is Prof. Lange, of the University of Copenhagen the other is D. Maurice de Fleury, the dis tinguished French scientist. After this article has been read there rr.ay be a great many others ready to make a mental resolve never to get angry again. Working along separate lines, Prof. Lange and Dr. de Fleury have Deen investigating the causes of anger and the effect of anger on _the human system. Summed, up in its briefest form their verdict is (and both investigators reached the same conclusion) that every time a man gets angry he shortens his life so many minutes, or days, perhaps even years. A great deal depends on the intensity of his anger. Dr de Fleury states that "every time we become angry our vitality shrinks so much in proportion for every outburst. After even the most artfully suppressed signs of bad tem per our vitality becomes smaller and smaller, ...
RICHMOND RIFLE CLUB NO 312 ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 July 1914
ANNUAL MEETING The Annual Meeting of* the Richmond Rifle Club was held mi the 18th inst at the club .mom Church-street. Cr Admans Prrsi dent, presided, and there was a. good a'tundance of members The Captains report gave details of the year's operations, showing that good progress had been made, and that more interest was being taken in the riile club movement. The membei ship roll had increased, and the prospects of the ensuing year were promising. Keen com petition for the various trophies had tested the skill of the members The shooting throughout had been of a high standard, and Kichmond occupied a good position amongst the rifle clubs of the State. , Mr J L Nichols holds the proud position of champion shot with an average of 4-5. winning the Mayor's Trophy and also the President s Prize. Winners of other trophies" ?were :-J. B. Campbell's. Captain Sadler; Mrs Allan's, Mr W. H. Smith ; Mr Chamber's, Mr W. T. Smith ; Mr J. McDonald's, Mr R. Chipper ; The Wilson Mr W. T. Smith ; T...
AS ORDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 July 1914
AS 0KD13RED. A country tailor recently found himself in an awkward fix. He wanted to order two" flat-irons of the type known as "tailor's goose," but he looked at the order he' had written and shook his head. "'Two tailor's gooses," he mutter ed,; "that don't look right. Two tailor's geese-no, I'm sure that can't be correct." He pondered the question until he became quite worried, but finally hit on the brilliant'.idea of writing his order : "Messrs. . Please send one tailor's goose. P.8.-You can send two instead of one." The London manager' . took the librettist aside one night.at 'Ro mano's and said "Cut out all the old jokes--" "Yes !" said the librettist, turning pale. "Cut, out all the old jokes," re peated, the manager, "and put in a lot older ones. Our public's always keen for something f^eeb."
RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 July 1914
BATES TO THE UMTISD KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. ?."d. Letters-For every ^os. or un der 0 * Poet Cards-each . 0 1 _ Reply Post Cards-each .... ~ 0 1 Newspapers-toss. 0 1 Additional 2ozs 0 0V4 Coiimerclal Papers-2OZB., 3d.; 4ozs., 3&d.; t>oss., 4d.; 8OSB., 4^d.; lOozs., 5(L; then every ? 2ous. to Bibs. . . 0 1 Printed Papers, other than - newspapers-For every 2ozs. . or under, up to 51bs 0 1 Patterns and Samples - For every 2oza. or under, up to eibfc . i Registration Fee O S . Parcels Post; wholly by sea For each parcel of lib. «r usder ............ 1 B
National Picture Theatre [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 July 1914
National Picture Theatre Tlie program for Monday, Tues day and Wednesday evenings at the National Theatre will include: Pathe'd Australian Gazette (topical ; Sammy, the Poet, comic; Her Heritage, drama ; Andy Plays Cupid comedy ; Summer Scenes in Lep land, scenic ; Little Breeches, drama; Baby in Mischief, comedy ; The Quicksands, two reel drama ; The Dog of Flanders, two part drama. On Thursday the programme will be changed as usual, when the principal features will be 'Th&lt;5 Drudge, two reel drama; also, a colored star prama, Within tli'e Lion's Reach, 2375 feet.
THE DUKE OF FIFE. PRINCESSES ALEXANDRA AND MAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 July 1914
THE DUKE OF FIFE. + PRINCESSES ALEXANDRA AND MAUD.-, The Duke of Fife has been de scribed as the only man ever known to have changed his rank while he ate his breakfast. . ? . After his marriage with the Prin cess Louise had been, celebrated in the- private chapel of Buckingham Pallace on the morning of July 27, 1889,- he led his bride into the dining-room, where the . wedding breakfast was laid, as an' Earl. When the meal was half over Queen Vic toria, in toasting the young -couple, conferred a dukedom upon him, and thus at a bound he advanced two steps in the peerage. Although- the title, of Princess Royal bestowed upon the Duchess of Fife by' King Edward in 1905 did not affect her own precedence, its bestowal had the important effect of changing the rank of her daughters from the status of mere "ladies" to Princesses, bringing them within the provisions of the Royal Marriage Act, and making them eligible' as wives of English or European Roy alty. Princess Alexandra and Princess M...
PARCELS POST WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 July 1914
PABGBLS POSH WITHIN .VIC TORIA. Limit weight, 111b. limit of size, I Bft 61a. In length, or &lt;Stt in girtii and length combined. Postage (to be pre-1 paid by stamps)-lib. or under, 6d-i .ach extra lb., 3d. The atamp to be' ..fixed to an adhesive label, to be ob tainable at any post office, which label will be attached to the parcel by th« postal receiving officer after he has ascertained the weight No parcel will b« accepted unless felly prepaid.
Coming Events [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 July 1914
Coming Events Burnley. Old Boys-Social Even ing St. Bartholomew's Hall, lOch August. Annual Dance August 19th, Masonic Hall. Richmond Presbyterian Ladies Singing Class-Concert in School Hall, Lennox-street, Tuesday next, 28th insl., at 8 p.m. Tickets Is. St. Stephen's Cricket 1 lnb Picture Night, Globe Theatre, Wed nesday, August 12th. A N.A., Richmond Branch-Social Australian llali, Cliurch-street, Thursday, August 6th. Studley Lodge, . U.A.O.D., Social Evening and Presentation to P.A. Bro. J. L. Plummer, at King's Hall, Burnley - street, Thursday evening next, 3ot^i:,'j(hst. Tickets 6d.
SHE DIED "QUICK." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 July 1914
SHE DIED " QUICK." . When Miss Jennie Lee was on tour with the dramatised version! at "Bleak House/', she met with an amusing experience. One night she was in the midst of the long and harrowing death scene of poor Jo. The stage was darkened, and the lime light illuminated the pale features of the death-stricken boy. People were sobbing all over the boose. Suddenly, to her consternation, Miss Lee heard the limelight man addressing her in a brawny Scotch whisper, audible to half the house. "Dee quick* Miss Lee-dee quick !" he roared softly. "The limelight's gaen out !" Sha did die "quick," but it was for the purpose of making p speech to that limelight .man which he said he | would never, forget. - -''Detroit Vrae . Presa&lt;".' . . ...
CHAPTER XXXIX. A CHANGE OF HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 July 1914
CHAPTER XXXIX. A CHANGE OF HEART. Who. shall say what thfe thoughts of Violet were as she sat alone' in. her dainty little boudoir after Lady Darlington had left her ? What she had heard had opened up in her mind all that past which she had been striving to efface from it. It had opened it up in such a way as to return her to her old self-the old self that had always Hen so thoughtful of others. . ? She thought of what Ouy 'intl been to her, what she h*.d beeniito Him, what she had.:given up for his good as she had supposed ; and how. wbca she had given him uy.RheJia-1 told herself thai she would c'o anything to spare him the misery of ever dis covering that she had indeed . B&cri« ficed herself. She had. told Mm eb&lt; could not marry hirn and .that alcni shciuld have been sufficient to shaki the firmest faith. Then, as f.he had not known before; there was her own signature to a document which' gave a'direct and ove'rw'nelrniihg u. oof of the apparent truth .->f ...
All Rights Reserved. VIOLET LISLE; OR, A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. PART 28. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 July 1914
V M Mfhts VI8LETTISLE; . O R, -- A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. ' * By the Author of "All or Nothing,' ««TW0 Keys," etc., etc. PART 28. . -Violet, defiant and scornful, con temptuous ami bitter, kept rising be fore his eyes, a type of what the .world-his world-would be to him when it was known that he had stol en twenty thousand pounds from i Lady Darlington. Once he thought .desperately of going to Lady Darling ton and confessing' to her what he had done' trusting to her'share in the separation of the two lovers to induce her silence, if not forgiveness, in,case the matter should come to her ears in any way. . Then he pshawed that aside with the question : How should she ever know ? Who will there be" to tell her? Lady Violet Lisle will never tell. .He rode away with almost murder in . hiis heart. Indeed he had come to that pass when it is not at all certain that he would not have, de liberated murder if he could have seen- how it would benefit Him. He .rode at a furious gallop, and pun ish...
PACKETS, ETC. Preparation For Post. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 July 1914
PACKETS, HTO. preparation For Post Packets may be sent through the post:--Without a cover (but not fas , tened with anything adhesive, such as gum, postage stamp, eealing wax, etc.); In a cover entirely open at one end or side (if the cover be slit, the opening uust be of the full extent of the end or aide, and the contents must be eaay of withdrawal). The cover may bear the sender's name and address, and the words "packet," "sample," or "pat torn*," etc. (ae the case may be), " only." Packets may be tied with string, but officers of the department may cut the ?trihg to examine the contents, and tie tke packet up again. Samples of seeds, tirngs, etc., which cannot be sent as open packets, may be enclosed iif bags or boxes, fastened so as to be easily undone and re-faatened. r Nate.-If the above conditions be not complied witk, packets are regarded as Insufficiently paid letter*, and charged accordingly.
POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 July 1914
POSTAL lNFoRMTlOh. ' Cor' the information of our reader* ve herewith publish the 4ATES FOR PLAGES IN VICTORIA - 'ad, verters^- Half-ouncu? or under . 0 . l" " For every ounce . ..02 Slxpresa Delivery-For each letter or packet, not exceed i inr 80s., for first mile (in ad dition to ordinary poetage). . 0 4 "'or every additional half-miie or undei' 0 2 Gate fee 0 1 ?Jackets.- Commercial and printed "papers (maximum "tight Sibs., dimensions not to exceed 2ft. In length, lft depth or width), for every ?Mi. or fraction thereof ... 01 Patterns and samples, packets at merchandise, stc. (maxi mum weight lib., dimensions net to exceed 2ft in length, . ,1ft In depth or width), nit* ' of postage for every 2&lt;w. or. - fraction thereof . . . . . . 0 1 Books-For every 4oi. or. un der, up to Bibs. 0 1 vpwspaper#-For each news paper . 6 0% Newspapers, magazines, and publications not published in the Commonwealth, 2es.. . . 0 0ft Post Cards-each ....... 01 Reply Post Garda-each . . . . 0 8...
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 July 1914
ORDINARY TEILEGRAMb. CoWl ^pn Town and suburban,- within prescribed limits, or within /teen miles from the send-, Ing station, including address and signature (not exceeding sixteen words) . 0 fl Cach additional word ..... i 1 Other places within, the State, except town and suburban, including address and signa ture (not exceeding sixteen words) 0 9 (Gael) additional word 0 1 interstate, 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 tke foregoing rates to be charged for the transmission of tele grams on Sunday, Christmas Day, and Good Friday, and for "Urgent" tele grams.