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A Richmondite on Tour MR. G. T. M'CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 24 January 1914

A Riohmondite on -J'Touirl MR.' G.'T. SIC ALL. ? Mr. G. T. M'Call, J.i1., crowdeu luore variety into liis ttn months' trip tu other parts than most Australians who go on tour.. Having practically -retired from work after a strenuous business career, lie determined to thor oughly enjpy. his. wejl-earned holiday, and see as much of the world as pos sible, his appetite doubtless being whetted by his previous visit to tlii; "Big Smoke," a few years back. As a preliminary, he tarried a while at Brisbane, Cairns, Thursday. Island, and l'ort Darwin, Slid at Java spent a few days studying the habits and" customs of the Javanese. After leis urely wending his way. through Ba tavia, he dallied at Singapore for two weeks, and was gnedtiy interested with that place and its surroundings. Hong Kong, with its teeming popula tion and great shipping and commer cial activity, impressed the visitor very much, and he spent some time there. The port was at its busiest period, there having been more, ton ...

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Richmond Australian 'Give me the liberty to utter and to argue freely according to conscience above all liberties" SATURDAY, JANUARY 24 Current Topics The Libraries. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 24 January 1914

Give -me tl^---liberty to utter 'and to argue freelyx according to conscience above alLlibnrties" r SATURD/iY, JANUARY U? r Current1 TojDics - : . XhfeLibraties. The attendances atthe local Libraries for'- October' n'tfre: -Town Hnilj 728 ; Church-street,:'994s ' Number x>f .vol--' urnesissued from' Lending Library,1 830. "

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SOUTHERN CROSS COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 24 January 1914

SOUTHERN CROSS COMPETI-'-'j 1 : r : . Ttiw. '?:"" ; M'Ceiicliie $. . Creuiotue . Mettooili.sts: -Uwoi) by .Macs by 3"du first' i'ninugs., Scores-Macs 1(18 (A'ligus 0(5. "Hoj; -21 v Uonald 1ST,Archie '15;' Ii. . Parka". £ wiekets for t) ruus; B. Uubineon l*for. (>):* Creiuorne Methodists, 131 and- 0 for 4(5 (C. Gleuvrright 15, !{.. Ilobirfsim 10 aud-i.4; ? Ronald -3 - for 15, Adain 2 for 14, Will 4 for 31). , ^ . Macs play Cinnberw&li 'BWptisf^V^o/ day at Cauibunvell. The match witli Crcuiurun.. Metlitv dists proved very interesting, as tli<: Macs bad not lost a match, and" Cre; niorue hadn't won one; it-put the'MA'cs on their metal, and should be thp means of making tlieui attend their practices, onore-regularly. ' Duke of Iticbmoud ,5(i ,and 97; (ibii? field 30, C'oran 11; Eraser S- . for- 38, Collins 5 for 31). v.. Kew; .Wesley-;87 and 4 for 82 (£olttn>,30-Hot out).-'; , Cremorne 131 v. Auburn 120 (Stone iiain. 2i, Graham 32, Woodhead 2 for 6). ..." Empire...

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CRICKET. RICHMOND CITY v. YARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 24 January 1914

C R I C K E T. j - '-» I ;" X.RIGH 5i OUD GI'i/y v! YARRA- il .v viiiUE:"'", ?? .?.?Tills liiatdi was. eyucludeci last Silt-* unlay oil the ltkhiiioiii City Reserve, ami resulted. iu a ^in'- for Yarraviile by 01 runs ' Oil 1 tUe" "first ' "iiiuiugs. Scores YAlt'KAVILLE.Trrlst luukijjE. ;j ?, Goodwin, b Helu jp Ueitiuau, ruu "out;. ;l. L';ust.l. f AVooils, I) Cockburu . Wilsou, b Cock burn .v. .. 51) Stewart, c Hele, b Cockburu.. . lib Stephen*, b Cotkbuiu . < . - lc Davidson, b Hele ;. .-. .... . Mortiuiei, b Hele 1^ Norris, e \Villiauis,- b; Cockburu. .^14 Deyur, b Hele ' . 1 Kerr, uot out v Sundries -f . «? '~T Total , - .>.& Cockburu 5 for 50, Hele 4 tor 3»; Hay ward- 0 for 23,- Dmes 0 for 21; Nicholls 0 for-27, Webb 0 lor 27, .Peain sou 0 for 21. RICHMOND CITY.-1st liiniugs. ?! Wiles, c Mortimer, b Noms; .. .. t.i; Nichols, std. Reituiau,;b .':.(*oodwin 10j Johnstou, c Stephens, h Goodwin :.'] Dines, c Stephens, li'. Norris 4'-j Webb, ruu out .. .. 27r Hayw...

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THE BRITAIN ABROAD. AUSTRALIAN TYPES—SIMPLE LIFERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 24 January 1914

THiBf^lMf ABROAD. */-:U'V*.*"-r AUSTKAtrAN'1 TYPES-SIMPLE LIFERS. Camped- along the Ashburton River and away from the river, here, and there along its course, and occasion ally by the sidie of-a .windmill; will be. seen a- tent- .(sometimes pitchcil over a cart).. This .forms the tem porary . home of the simple lifer, ..who -is- a- superior prototype of the British tramp- £ At a l>inch, he works aboiit : tliree' months of the year, generally at shearing slieep, wheiirjie will clear about Ju60, being paid -22s. 6d. per hundred and found, and doing anything from 100 to 150 or more a day. I-le buys'in a stuck of '- proyK&ns toMast him about six morithSf: cutsi'o'ut the bal ance in a glorious drunk, audi then .treks away. s~ ' " . -Arrived atv -a;.; camping ground; .he lets loose, hi:; two horsed for two or throe months, ami fills in his_ time idling: about, shooting/. fishilig,mending harness,- reading >' aiict-?n'rjj.iiing^thp-"; point - with-his^mate (if vU§"}his:CoiiU)...

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Building Regulation [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 24 January 1914

Building Regulation u>' TI16"'A'uieuiicd Building Regulation (By law 7o) .was continued by the. 1 (Council'ou Monday evening last. ' ;; . HOiAliDlNUS. '* It deals'exhaustively- with tli'u 'tiou of hoardings, which'Will not 'in future be permitted. until' the plans Jiiid specilications are approved of by ' tlio" Council, aiid a license foe of £2 must be paid by the owncivof the pro perty, on which tiny hoarding is Gree ted. Hoardings must be erected well, back .from the building: line,1 aiid: .w>!i hot* be permited on the. y.saiheV'-allot-J nienfe of. land upon which a dwelling iias'rbeon erected. The Council' tinny! order . the removal r.of any- hoaritingf considered unsafe or dangerous by tlvi Purvey or, or .erected contrary to'the Building Regulation; and, .'should su'Cli; order be.obeye.d, the .Council may have .tiii; iibiirdiug...,iiulled-'down, aud the materials sold in payment of expenses liucuVred..;' v .. I ' i I i . rl'^tCTOlMES. - | No person shall erect any factory,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 24 January 1914

LOCAL DIRECTORY. I-EDEUAL I'AKLIAMENT. .the .Segue-.is. .elected. by^the-wW* s'tato. . . 11QU§E OF REPRESENTATIVES. Vcvra Electorate - Hon. P. O. r»''orr t'.P. flAlfe PARLIAMENT. I.kotslattve" COUNCIL. Aielhoiir-e East I'rovluce.-Hon. A. M'Lollau, M.L.C.; Hon. J. I'. Jones, U L.C. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Ixtdiniond Electorate.--Mr. E. J. .'otter, M.L.A.' ,<.fobotsford Electorate.-Mr. G. 0. ,V»bber, M.L.A. CITY OF RICHMOND The Richmond City Council meets on alternate' Monday evenings, at the f< wn Hall, at 7.80. COUNCILLORS. Mayor, Or Gordon Webber, J.P. WEST WARD. (V W. Kemp, retires 1014., . . ... D. L Davies retires' ii>15'. -- M. Alexander, retires 1916; T-v . . y . NORTH WARD. B. Flevill retires 1914. : H. H. Bell, retires-1915. J. T. Street, retires 1916. SOUTH WARD. ^Gejrge P. Beachcroft, retires 1914 ' W. Burgess, retires 1915. " W. W. Gleadell retires 1916. EAST WARD. Arthur A; Fear, retires 1914 G.- Morgan, retires 1915. - G. D. O'Connell, retires 1916...

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THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 31 January 1914

THE LADIES. Llic ibo\c club held then ucckh -hooi in tin. miniatiiic rillc range, CluiichTaticet.rtf.'rin:; followntg. trophies \uic hot i 101 -The M.ijoit, (Ci Wcbbu) AJ\li Mol}nui\ , Cr \.d 111 m , Mi 11^ Chike , and Mi CI ukc Store - t ^ Mi irl 1111 * r - i - 70 Mr Sadlci "J 3 70 Mi Youl * \ y 6b L < (C * M/0 Mi ?- L CI nkc " 67 'J V" 6g Mi i \ Cluke ' 62 2 ^ 64 Mi Schmidt -~s ^63^,^ 69 C iptam B 1111 il d^ * 6sJ_ \ 4 " Sfy Mrs Dunlop 52"^ '"io -tl.. 62 Mi 1 uiqworLli 57 r*' ""'8 .. 65 .Mis Unkci. 5,54*?" J 63 Mis IIuntci " " ^54 * _9 " ' J53 MI \ liloti .^.34'"^12 (36 Mi .- R Barnaid * ^63* . 4 6 . T 69

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ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 31 January 1914

i I ROWING. .vJ-D'S 'H0'1-'^rowing: -.elub/^vhose- crews] ;il ' Uppe'i Yarra 'Regatta and<vATbeit I-iik vvi.ii. - .Maiden_,Pan, jiLuden I'uiiij Jiiiiioi P.tn, and Senior 'Pair, \aclilc\^cdi^fubhcc^'<succc$scs^at^Saturw: /lavs river lunetionr-- 1 'The Maiden Pan (Bill Giev and Jiui^Leahy) won their heat and seirn, :l.'nal,in.convincing'stylci^butwerc;be;rt en b\ Fo'otsu av'in luial, tiul, aftei a "willing nice.^ >' "T i f - = l.'l'he.Junior. Pair,."a verv light"crejv, rowing - in'-.beautiful; . form, "albo won their heat . and * senii-linal,-but-were, beaten b> llawthoin (a heavv eiew) in liiuij," * fx J /Hie Sin.ual Maiden Foui, who met the Civil '.ServieV combination in the .thii.d?'J)ealitiW.er.c.'.lea(liiigs\yellsiip:tos'thc> judge's Box, when, bow "collapsed; Ser-' vice just succeeded; in getting, liome hibt ^ , j , .'Hie Senior Pan w'erc""onh beatenMn litial b\ the champion" pa" of Victona -Ballarat.* ^ ^ - At the Albeit 1 <11 k Regatta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 31 January 1914

CITY OF RICHMOND. STATEMENT OF RATES. A GENERAL RATE of Two Shillings in the Pound (£) on the net annual valuation of rateable property was made and levied by the Council on the Sixteenth day of December, iqis* Ward, i N'iT Annual VALiOATlON. Kkuuced DV SUPP. \ ALUATIO.N TO. RATE. North... South ... Lust ... West ... Central .£57,397 58,054 44,135 75,7X0 53,484 £289,389 £57,1197 i X5,739 14 0 o8,053 ! 5,855 0 0 44,125 : 4,412 10 0 7a,WJ j 7,56(5 18 0 53,484 I 5,848 S 0 £289,228 | £28,922 1G 0 Aiskeauk.- ("!oi,i,ki KATES ABANDONED. £5,707 11 3 5,72!) 19 9 4,36jH 1 ! 7,d49 ^ li b 5,2(>7 5 ry JMI 'I 3 X2& b 1 228 10 4 103 8 2 24 7 15 141 1 7 J.2 J 0 117 7 J- 14 6 o 71 17 U' 20 19 11 i <? ?H 17 V1 TOTAL Arrears;. U 11 b JJjG 'i 8 222 S 1 SI 1(> I 20 7 7 12S 10 0 JE28.C10 in 0 Xjrfl l'l 10 JUd2 8" 7 Al(> 1') ') .Ll&S 17 b STATEMENT of RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURE for the Year ending, the Thirtieth day of September, 1913. Io Hates Waul >U1 til South E if...

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Dogland FOX AND IRISH TERRIER CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 31 January 1914

Dogland FOX AND 1R1S1I TERRIER CLUB. The second guild open paiade tsl the: Victonaiii:: Fox and Irish Terrier Club, held at- Brander s Eerryj -Alexan dra-avenue, on .Monday last .brought: tQgelher ;.a inagnihcent :; collection .: of dogs, all the leading lancieis enteimg 111 . tli';"; - respective classes, and there was keen > competition foi supienidcv. An eneigetic Lominiilce, with ill R Rossborough. ' iion secictaij, made complete .uiangements foi the loiii ioit and corn emcncc of exlnbitois and .ipectatois. V' The - judging was in ;the : hands of ;^lr.- Pickles, and . it was- no . easy.' task to ; decidc : where-:so ;inany. 'dogs of;ap j>?rently equal.merit! were on"' parade. . v:lncliided-inutile competitorsvwere a numbcreo(.^Richiuond?rcsidcnts:v-%Wat-. son and flodds «v(Somersct-strcetX gamed .,several: prizes' with . their-spuppy bitt.Ii Rivcrton Beauty. Mr Rcssborough's *" Burnley Jack was much admired , , * _ , The "special awauls weic as fol lows - i ^ ' * ?"> ( ...

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Cadet Sports [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 31 January 1914

Cadet Sports i * A comprehensive programme of 20 events formed the bill of fare at the 55tl) Battalion Senior Cadet Sports 011 llie City Reserve on Saturday after noon last. Captains Mason and Dwyer and Lieut. \V. Hennessey (hon. secretary) had made complete ar rangements, and the programme was carried out in a highly satisfactory manner, the various events being started well up to time, and the whole programme iinislied shortly after six o'clock. Major Carrol, Lieut. Henry, and Mr. A, O. Barrett officiated judges. Results: Throwing. Baseball.-Cadet Gillen. Puttee Racc.-Harrison and Parson, dead heat. 100 Yds. (1S98 and 1899 Quotas). .Final-G. L Maybury, 1: G. Reed, 2. llurdle Racc.-G. Trembath, i; L. E. Stringei, 2. - - ^ ' , Egg and Spoon' Race"-Myer, 1. Donovan^ 2. ~ ^ .. ? Battalion Championship.'^- - First Heat-J H. Bailing,-1; A. E. Barnes, 2. Seconti' Jieat-J."v A7\"Roe, if D. Charleston, 2. filial to be'decided. Long Jump.-P.- SUtbJcy, 15 ft.' 5 jn.w Blindfold Boxing.-E. G. ...

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TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 31 January 1914

TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. i. d. Letters-For every fton. or un der 0 r. Post Cards-Stamped on Cards 0 1 Letter Cards to New Soutli Wales, Soutli Australia, Tas mania, Queensland, West Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji 0 2 Parcel Post-For every parcel eI lib. or unuex 0 fc Bac& additional lib. or uuder 0 8

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Market Lectures MR. G. WEBBER, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 31 January 1914

Market Lectures MR. G. WEBBER, M.L.A. The platform at City Reserve last Sunday afternoon was occupied by Mr. Gordon Webber, M.L.A. (Mayor of Richmond), who spoke 011 the sub ject of " Immorality in Politics." Dr. D. Rosenberg presided. Mr. Webber sketched the political history of the State from the forma tion of the Watt Ministry to the pre sent day, and the coquetting of the Corner with the Liberal and Labor paities to secure possession of the Treasury benches. Immorality 111 poli tics^. was evidenced- by the way the lilsmlie ? Government had been de ceived. ^ . Distinct promises had been .made to Mr.-. Elinshe that his Govern ment* would have a fan show in pass ing legislation of a progressive nature, and although; denials* were given.^ he (Mr. Webber) was prepared, to take the word_oL Mr. ."jilnislie and others: to whom->. the;;- promiSest.iwere iinade. Some were honest enough to admit that, though .'"if, had been piepared to give the- .Ltib'or Government'a fairs show, bound b...

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RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 31 January 1914

ttA-TJfS'XO.XUE UNIT Kit lUNGDOM . AND FOltKIUN COUNXKIKS. s. d. Letters-For every VsO*- or un der . . . . 0 < Reply Post Cards-each . . . . 0 ' Commercial Papers-'Jozs., 3d.; 4oz8-, 3&d.; Oozs., 4<L; 8ozs.t 4&d.; lOozs., 5d; then every 2ozs. to 51bs 0 1 Printed Papers, other tlian newspapers-For every 2oza. or under, up to 51ba 0 1 Patterns and Samples-For every 2ozs. or under, up to Glba. 0 I Registration Fee 0 3 Parcel* Post, wholly by sea For each parcel of lib. «? Post Cards-each 0 \ Newspapers-lesa. Additional 2ozs. . 0 1 0 0V4 under 1 e

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Druids Easter Bazaar. RICHMOND STALL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 31 January 1914

Druids Easter Bazaar. RICHMOND STALL; A well attended meeting ol'ladies was held at the Town Hall on Thursday evening to make further arrangements in connection with the Richmond Stall at the Druids' Easter Fair in aid of the Austin Hospital and Free Kindergartens. In the absence of the Acting Mayoress, who was indisposed, Mrs Dodds. (President of Richmond Creche and Free Kindergarten) was voted to the chair. Arrangements .weic made for a complete .canvass of the district. Mesdamos Tudor, Gleadell, and Flowers were added to the list of Vice-Presidents, and Miss M. Burgess was appointed lion, secretary. Another meeting will be held at the Town Hall on Thursday evening next All .ladies willing to assist are cordially invited. The following donations are gratefully acknowledged :-D. Mitchell, £1 Is ; Dimmy's Stores, £l Is ; Mrs Bloomiield £L Is ; Mrs Lee, 10s. When iron has been exposed to fogs it is apt to be mist-rusted. The driver who lost his balance was supposed to have got out of...

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PARCELS POST WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 31 January 1914

PAHCJBLS P0S1 -WITHIN VIC TORIA. Limit welgkt, 111b. Limit of size, 8ft Gin. in length, or Oft. iti girth and length combined. Postage (to be pre paid by stamps)-lib. or under, GcLi 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 l>y tits postal receiving officer after he has - ascertained the weight No parcel will be accepted unless tally prepaid.

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Richmond A. N. A. Ramblers VISIT DAYLESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 31 January 1914

Richmond A. N. A. Ramblers VISIT DAl'LKStfOllD. On Saturday lust the Kioiniuiul A.N.A. Ramblers' Cricket Club jour neyed to Daylesfotd. After a pleasant railway journey. I lie party (number ing 21) readied their destination ai.out S.oO. ami at once proceeded to tlie prettily situated cricket ground to try conclusions witli a picked teaui o£ the district. It looked a formidable task, for the visitors are purely a ramblers' team, and do not liaudle a bat or ball 1'ioiu oaUmUiy to Saturday,-Avhile amurgst the DaylesfoixU men-were piayers in constant practice. -Xotliiug daunted, howeveiy tliey-faced the task, and, fortilied with the liquid refresh ments Mil route, and energised by the invigorating atmosphere of the dis trict famed for its mineral. waters, they- l.ud ourtlie .wood, -completely sur prising the- Daylesfordites. who could not understand: the crisp' batting skill of Wally Johnson (-la. not out), W. J.: IA-.V (24). and.??II. M-lntosli (20). Their, crack bowlers were getting '...

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RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in the Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 31 January 1914

BATES OF COMMISSION. J Money Orders Payable In the Common wealtb. Any gum not ever £5, 6d.; over £5, but not over £10, Is.; over £10, but not over £15, la. tkL; over £l.r>, but not. over £20, 2s. Money Orders by Telegraph. . To New Soutb Wales, Queensland, Boutb Australia. Tasmania, and Perth (Western Australia)-Charge for a message in addition to above rates. I

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BOWLING [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 31 January 1914

B OWLIN G Richmond was' represented in tlie Single-Handed Championship Contests by Messrs K. T Kelly, W. Bleach, and C. R. McNaughton. Messrs J. 11. Sheedy and W. E. Seeomb, former Richmond Union plaj'ers, also competed. There were 2S4 competitors. "Mr Kelly almost succeeded in again bringing the honors to Richmond, remaining in until the semi-finals, when he was defeated by W. W. Stephens (Armadale) who won the Cham pionship, and Kelly secured third prize. Mr S. Nathan (President of the Victorian Bowling Association) is also an old Richmond Union player. The Richmond Union matches this afternoon are Rink A against M.G.O.; Rink B against Ivanhoe ., Rink C against Mordialloc. All played on Richmond Union Green

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