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PARCELS POST WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
FABOBLS POS1 WITHIN VIC TORIA. Limit weight, 111b. Limit of size, 8ft 61n. in length, or 6£t in girth and length combined. Postage (to be pre paid by atamps)-lib. or under, 6&lt;L; «ach extra lb., 3d. The stamp to be affixed to an adhesive label, to be ob tainable at any post office, which label n ill be attached to the parcel by tht postal receiving officer after he has ascertained tlie weight. No parcel will be accepted unless tally prepaid.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
"KEATING'S POWDER" destroys BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES, and all other insects, whilst quite harmless to domestic animals. In ex terminating Beetles the success of this powder is extraordinary. It is perfectly clean In application. See the article you purchase is " KEAT INGS," i.e., with the signature THOM AS KEATING on each tin, as imita tions are noxious and ineffectual. Sold in Tins, 6d. and Is. each, by all DON'T COUGH.-Relief can be ob tained immediately. Use " KBAT ING'S COUGH LOZENGES"-well " LINSEED COMPOUND," Trade .Mark of Kay's Compound Essence of L'nseed for Coughs and Colds. To be fed Is not simply to have enough to eat, but enough of proper eiemeuts. known as the utterly unrivalled Cough Remedy. Strongly recommen ded . by many eminent physicians. They at once check tixk cough and re move the. cause-without any after effect; the most delicate can therefore take them. One Lozenge alone gives ease-one or two at bedtime ensures rest. Sold everywhere in tins, 13^d. each."
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in the Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
BATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable 111 the Commoa ' wealth. Any anrn not ever £5, 6d.; over £6, but not over £10, Is.; over £10, but dot over £15, la. 6d-; over £15, bnt mot over £20, 2 s. Money Orders by Telegraph. To New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and Perth, "Western Australia)-Charge for a noasatre in addition to above rates.
Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
Federal Elections. Mr F. G. Tudor, the represent ative for Tarra Electorate was returned to the first Federal Par liament in J 901, and has held the seat ever since This is the first time that he has been re-elected without opposition. Interest so far as this district is concerned is now confined to the Senate elections. Residents will on Tuesday evening next have an opportunity of hearing Senator Hlakey express his views at Kich mond Town Hall. Goo. Whitehurst, 241 Bridge-road, Biohmond.
FOOTBALL. G. H. BENNETT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
F O O T B A L L. G. H. BENNETT CLUB. The return match between G. H . Bennett's and Marchant's Clubs came off on Saturday afternoon last in the City Reserve, and caused great interest. Earlier in the sea son Marchant's were vtctorio.us, and as this was Bennett's only defeat of the season they were keenly anxious to turn the tables on their opponents. It was a splendid game. Bennett's led right up to three minutes before time, when March ant's equalised matters, and the match ended in a draw, the scores being-Bennett's 4 goals, 16 be hinds ; Marchant's 6 goals 4 behinds. Bennett's team in the general play were superior to their opponents, but failed miserably in kicking. Santlands. who was in great form, got three goals for Bennett's, and Blacklock one. Manager Wallis bucked in, charging the enemy time after time with success, Stan ford and Kett were two of the best men on the ground. Bennett's team was composed of bona tide factory employees, and ihey say they could have won easily h...
CHAPTER IV. THE TRAGEDY AT WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
CHAPTER IV. i THE TRAGEDY AT WATERLOO. Scarcely a second after that omin ous cry of murder the train came to a halt. A sharp fear-he knew not what of-seemed to snatch at Cain's heart. As he stepped from his com partment, pulling his coat-collar close about his ears, he heard a tumult of excited 'voices. He was jostled and pulled roughly by a swiftly-assembled crowd composed of passengers, sta tion employes, guards, and several policemen. All .were shouting at once but out of the general din a few ut terances could be distinguished. "Ah ! There he is." "It's murder, sure enough." j "Arrest him. Don't let him get | away." Curiosity held Cain to the spot, though he knew immediate flight would be the more prudent course. A rush from behind suddenly drove him to the front of the throng, close to a second-class carriage that adjoined the compartment in which he had travelled from Plymouth. The door was open, and he saw a man lying on the floor-a hatless man with cropped hair, with a yello...
PACKETS, ETC. Preparation Far Post. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
PACKETS, HTO. preparation Far Post. Packets may be Bent through the poet:-Without a cover (but not fas tened with anything adhesive, such as guru, postage stamp, sealing wax, etc.); In a caver entirely open at one end or tide (if the coyer be slit, 'the opening nust be of the full extent of the end or side, 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 toriij," 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 tke packet up again. Samples of seeds, drugs, etc., which cannot b« sent as open packets, may be enclosed in bags or boxes, fastened so as to be easily undone and re-fasteaed. Nate.-If the above conditions ba not complied with, packets are regarded as Insufficiently paid letters, and charged accordingly.
POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
- POSTAL INFORMATION. For the information of oar reader! we herewith publish the SATES FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA. a. d. otters-Half-ounce or under . 0 1 " For every ounce ... 0 2 «0xpress Delivery-For each letter or packet, not exceed ing 8nz" for first mile (in ad dition to ordinary postage). . 0 4 for every additional balf-miie or under . . 0 2 Late fee .... . 01 °acketa - Commercial and ' orinted papers (maximum 'eight 51bs.t dimensions not to exceed 2ft. in length, 1ft depth or width), for every 20z. or fraction thereof ... 0 1 Patterns and samples, packets at merchandise, 'etc. (maxi mum weight llbl, dimensions not to exceed 2ft in length, lft in depth or^ width), rata;. ut pusuige ivi evtx} ' fraction thereof 0 1 Books-For every 4o«. or un der, up to 51b®. 0 1 &lt;-'«*wspaper»-For each new*- . paper . G 0% Mewspaperti. magazine*, and publications not published in * th« Commonwealth, 2M.. . . 0 0V4 Poat Cards-each 0 1 aeply Post Carda-each .... 0 8 Latter Cards-2 for ft 2V...
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. Town tuid suburban, within prescribed limits, or within fifteen mlies from the send ing station, including addrestf. and signature (not exceeding sixteen words) fl fl Bach additional word A 1 Other places within the State, except town and suburban, including address and signa ture (not exceeding sixteen words) . 0 fiach additional word 0 1 'ntersuite. I.e., from any one State to any other State, in cluding address and signa ture (not exceeding sixteen words) . 1 0 Waeli additional word 0 1 Double the foregoing rates to be .barged for the transmission of tele trams on Sunday, Christmas Day, and Good Friday, and for "Urgent" tele grama. "
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
POSTAL NOTES. Postal Note* may be obtained at any foet Office in Victoria. TJie following are the denomination* of the notes, and tlie poundage or price charged for them :-Is., %d.; 1B. 6d., &L; 2s., Id.; 2s. 6d., Id.; 3s., Id.; 3b. 6d., Id.; 4s" Id.; 4a. 6d., Id.; 5s.. l^d.; 6d.. 2d.; 10B., Sd.; 10«. 6d., 3d.j 15a., 20*., 8d.
THE WAVE FOLK. DID YOU EVER READ A PRETTIER COLUMN THAN THIS? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
THE WAVE FOLK. 1 DID YOU EVER READ A PRET TIER COLUMN THAN THIS ? Ruby . and gold of the sunset; gleam. of a -glory divine; great, glistening, flat-backed waves running landwards, and he-a smallish, fat, creamy, soft-eyed, long-whiskered' body, lying on his back on a rock, fanning himself with one flipper. His' mother had just been teach ing him to swim that day, for, be it known to you, even baby seals which he was fashioned for water progress only-have to learn to swim,, just as foolishly, helplessly, nervous ly as a child. He had learnt quick ly, and was now formally admitted to the Brotherhood of The Wave Folk, and all the broad Western Ocean was not big enough to hold him that tide. Then up shot his mother-the spray flying in a careless shower-o'-pearl from the gentle head-from out the foot of a wave, a limp, fat floun der in her mouth for him. He seized it with the appalling selfishness of all young creatures, eating quite natu-« rally, as his first so!id food in this world, a...
Silver Wedding [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
Sjlven Wedding A large gathering of friends and relatives assembled at the Australian Hall, Gliurch street, on Monday evening last to celebrate the Silver Wedding of Mr and Mrs T. Stafford of Lord-street. The hall was taste ' fully decorated in silver, and the catering arrangements in the hands of Mr Carmichael were all that could be desired. The guests, sup ported by relatives, occupied the chief table, and made a numerous and happy lookingfamily gathering. Judging' by the number of brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, nieces, cousins, etc., etc., the Clan Stafford bids fair to increase and multiply for ever. The singing of the National Anthem in which the whole assemblage heartily joined, gave a true ring of loyalty to the proceedings, and the clatter of plates and popping of corks, accompanied wich hearty laughter of young and old was abundant evidence that the guests had settled down for a merry time. The viands so tastefully prepared by Caterer Carmichael were BO ap petising that ...
FISH THAT FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
FISH THAT FIGHT. t In the gardens of Singapore it is the custom to stock the ponds with all manner of queer fish-many of them of the fighting variety so dear to Orientals. This species of fish is so combative that it is only necessary to place two of them near each other, like fighting cocks, and perhaps to irri tate them a little, to bring on a lively conflict. They charge each other, with fins erect, at the same time changing col our from the dullest of grey-grsens to brilliant reds and blues. Indeed, con finement in close quarters is not needed to arouse their combative propensities. Even a single fish, seeing himself reflected in a mirror, will dart at his own image; and, irritated all the more by his failure to reach his supposed enemy, will assume the most brilliant hues; seeSng his re flected antagonist do the same, . he will double his efforts to reach him. "Ceylon Observer."
The Exhibition Aquarium A VERITABLE FAIRYLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
The Exhibition Aquarium A VERITABLE FAIRYLAND. .Visitors to Melbourne this spring would do well to make a special note of the Aquarium as one of the city ' sights~to be visited. Twenty-six years ago the first "fish-house" in Austra lia wa's started, and since then the establishment has been so developed that to-day it is, in reality, a fair sized exhibition of arts, manufac tures, sciences, animal life, curios, and: curiosities, further enlivened by daily musical and other entertain ments. Taking . the . several sections of a very comprehensive collection of at tractions in something like the order which would be followed by a 'visi tor, the Picture Salon first claims at tention, with its 200 paintings, statues, etc. Paintings by Rembrandt,- 'Berg hem, Bridgford, and a host |of well known artists adorn the walls, and town and country visitors -alike can congratulate themselves . anew upon' the happy solution of the railway trouble before a speaking likeness of the late Sir Thos. Ben...
NOT TO BE WASTED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
NOT TO BE WASTED. Ib) the soft firelight, even the board house sitting-room looked cosy anl attractive. The warmth and com fort thawed the heart of the "star" boarder. In an expansive moment he turacd to the landlady, who was his only companion in the room. Clasping her hand fondly, he murmured : "Will you be my wife ?" The woman did not start or blush no maidenly coyness shone from her clear, cold eyes, as she replied thoughtfully : "Let me see. You have been here four years. You have never once grumbled at the food, or failed to pay my bill promptly and witho .t question. No, sir I'm sorry, but I cannot marry you. You're too good a boarder to bei put on tha free list."
ASTONISHING THE NATIVES. THE WHITE MAN'S MAGIC. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
ASTONISHING THE NATIVES. . 4 THE -WHITE MAN'S MAGIC. The Cape to Cairo and other ad venturous railways which are now thrusting their relentless steel tenta cles daily deeper and deeper into re gions where, until a comparatively few years ago, a white man was a rara' avis, are rapidly familiarising the native with the steam engine. It had an appalling effect on King Cetewayo, who was brought to Eng land; at the close of the Zulu war. The never-ceasing flow of London's traffic, and its accompanying roar an i bustle, used to make the poor old monarch quake . with terror, but a steam-engine rush'ing full" tilt into a station on the Underground demoral ised him to such an extent that he incontinently fled from the sulphur ous monster, and nothing would in duce him to return ! He and four Zulu satellites, by the way, are cre dited with having slaughtered and eaten a whole sheep in the drawing room of the ex-potentate's apart ments near Hyde Park. A BID FOR A TOPE. Strange to say, the -whe...
Sons of Temperance, [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
Sons of Temperance, The Excelsior Division held its usual fortnightly meeting oil 12th inst., Bro. Gilbert presiding. The Rising Star and .John Gougli Divisions were well-represented at the meeting. The first match in the Bowls competition was started, lixcelsior having to play Rising Star (Fitzroy Branch). It resulted in an easy win for Excelsior, who scored 20 to their opponents 6 The next match will be at Port Mel bourne on Thursday next, members to meet at Richmond station at 7.30. On Sunday evening a special com bined Temperance Service will be held at the Central Methodist Church, Church-street, at 7 p.in Rev. A. Harris will preach. Mem bers are requested to wear Regalia. A. daring attempt at robbery was made at the pawnbroking and jewellery shop of Air W. E Lewis 147-i Bridge-road, early on Sunday morning last. The plate glass window was broken by a large stone, but the only article taken was a gun metal watch, whicix was' afterwards found, the thief having thrown it away. Th...
Richmond City Band. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
Richmond City Band. To morrow (Sunday) afternoon at 3 o'clock the Band will play in Fitzroy Gardens, when a collection will be taken up in aid of the Lord Mayor of Melbourne's Patriotic Fund. On Wednesday next the Loyal Hope of Richmond Lodge, M.U., are holding a Picture Night at the Globe Theatre, Church-street.
National Picture Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
National Picture Theatre. 'Die program for Monday, Tues day and Wednesday evenings.- at .the National Theatre will include: Puthe's Australian Gazette (topical); Divergent Views, comic ; issing Jewels, drama ; The Friendless Indian, drama; The Harnessed Falls of North West America, scenic; Au Ancestral Legacy, comedy ; Memories that Haunt, two reel drama ; The Sign of Four, two reel Sherlock Holmes Series ; The Fatal Mallet, comedy. On Thursday the programme will be changed as usual, when the principal features will be The Knockout, two reel Keystone comedy, also Ashes of the Past, two reel Reliance drama.