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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
Fi'l BRIDGE ROAD, o«ar Lennox Street.' fhe .Firti, Most Comfortable,- and Most Popular Theatre in Richmond. iCarefully Selected " First Run" Pictures, accompanied by . ' , . Bright "and Sparkling A^usic, rendered bv the" National Orchestra, have made the National Theatre the talk of Richmond. Program Changed Every Monday & Thursday. The National is the Coolest Thoatre in the Suburbs.' A. Tip-Up Chair for Every Patron. floors are all Sloping, thus ensuring a good view for all. Pictures every evening aX 8 sharp. Matinees every Saturday and Holiday at 2.30 sharp. POPULAR PRICES : ° DREISS CIRCLE IS Children Halt' Price, to all Parts, ox'cept on Saturday ; Nights. Seats may he Booked at Faulkner's, opposite Theatre, 3d. extra, - &lt;n Henry Skead P 36 General Grocer CORSAIR STREET, RICHMOND, Invites FOU to come and know for yourselves his Gieat system of Cash and Credit Combined. Lowest Prices. Best Quality. Td. 2376 Windsor, Ask any of our numerous Customers-they will t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
" THE SWAN," Corner CF / CHURCH and SWAN 8TBKETS BAST BICHMOND. CARLTON XXX and XXXX ALES. PATRONB will find every convenience pro vided for them. COUNTER LUNCH 11 to 2 daily. BILLIARD SALOON fitted with one of Alcock's best tables. TELEPHONE NO 2902 Racing results" posted promptly after each race. ESTABLISHED 1858 J oJul Champion, Late B. Bakeri Pharmaceutical & Dispensing Chemist, And Surgeon Dentist, 100 BRIDGE ROAD, RICHMOND. *J\T IBIB. TIMBER. McConchie's RICHMOND OAbH TIMBER YARDS, BRIDGE ROAD, Corner Gardner St. also CO UN EE SWAN and BRIGHTON ST8" SOUTH RICHMOND. Building Material of every descriptioa New and 'Second-hand-at Reasonable Prices. Flooring, Red Gum, Cement, Lining, Palings, Bricks, Weatherboards, Drain Pipes, Sand, Hardwood, Lime. Builders' Ironmongery Nails, Hinges, Locks, Galvanized Iron, Ridging and Spouting. White Lead, Paint, Brushes Ironmongery Oil, eta. Note the Addresses BRIDGE RQAD, Corner Gardner. St. A180 SWAN and BRIGHTON 3TBKBT8 (Opposite Mo...
WOMAN'S WORLD OUR GENIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
WOMAN'S WORLD m OUR GENIUS. He cannot solve the Quintic, nor photo. graph a star. He can it play upon the flute, the lute, or mild guitar; Of Trivium and Quadrivium his know ledge it is nil; tie cannot judge the gradient in going down a hill' But yet I think you'll all admit he well deserves the name I've given him' upon this page, and here I state his claim: Though he cannot solve the Quintio, nor photograph a star. Though he cannot play upon the the lute, or mild guitar, Yet he can something do than iheM More wonderful by far: He's only six months old to-day, and he can say "Da-da!"
Australian Womens' National League. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
Australian Womeus' National League. A. well attended meeting of the above was held at the residence of the President on Thursday last. It was unanimously decided that action should at once be taken to aid the Patriotic Fund by providing articles of comfort for the men who are risking their lives in the terrible conflict now raging in Europe. Donations in money or goods will thankful 1 j' received, and may bo sent to the President, Mrs Peter Reid, Church-street, or the lion, secretary, Mrs Herbert Byers, tteynella,' Bosisto-street, or any member of committee.
Richmond Bicycle Club [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
Richmond Bicycle Club The monthly meeting of the . Rich mond Bicycle Club was held at the club room, Coppin-street, on Cth inst. There was a good muster of mem bers, including many " old friends," present. It was decided to hold a smoke night at Ohlenrott's Hall, to present the prizes won during' the year. Old members are specially, in vited to be present. The function is to' take place on Friday evening, 4th Sept. The club's annual track meet ing will be held in November, on the Richmond City Reserve. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded the sec retary and treasurer for the efficient manner in which- they carried out their duties and helped' tHe"club.r ~
THE BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
THE BABY. A newspaper has awarded a prize for the best definition of a baby, and here are some of the attempts, tne prize de finition being first in order: . A tiny feather from-the wing of love, lroppea into the sacred lap of mother hoou. The bachelor's horror, the mother's treasure, and the despotic tyrant of the most republican household. The morning caller, noonday crawler, mid-night brawler. « - The latest edition of humanity, of which every couple think they possess thfc finest copy. A native of "all countries, who speaks the language of none. A thing we are expected to kiss and 1 ook as if we enjoyed it. A? little stranger with a free pass to the hearts best affections. 'jThat which makes home happier, .ove stronger, patience greater, handa busier, nights longer; days shorter, purses lighter, clothes shabbier, th* put forgotten, the future brighter.
GOOD TASTE AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
GOOD TASTE AT HOME. It is wonderful what a tasteful wo .nan can do in the way of making hom« attractive. She can make a garret beautiful at little cost, for the beauty home depends more upon education irid refined taste than upon mere wealth. If there is no artist in the house it matters little that there is a large balance at the bank. There is usually no better excuse for a barren home than ignorance or carelessness. A litt.e mechanical skill can make brackets and shelves for walls. A trifle ?iaved from daily expenses can now and then put a new book upon the table or shelf. A thoughtful walk in ..he woods can gather leaves and ferns tor adorning the unpictured rooms. The 'expenditure of a few shillings can con vert the plain window into a conserve tory. In these and many other ways can a plain, barren room be changed into a scene of beauty.
THE MAGAI PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
THE MAGAI PLANT. One of the most wonderful, useful, and interesting plants, is-the magai plant of Mexico. It is of the cac tus species, and often grows to a height of eight or nine feet, with long leaves" like the"'tentacles of an octopus. _ , , *. From a"'large bulb-like cavity, -A'l'.iDh forms in the" cehtre near the root, the Mexican gets his national drink-"pulque." ' His apparatus for extracting the 'juice consists of a bag of skin and two tubes, one of which he inserts in the cavity, and the other in his mouth, and then draws j vith his breath ; but the tubes are .'o constructed that nona of the li quid enters the mouth. This fluid is allowed to ferment, and forms a strong intoxicant. In addition to his drink, he also gets a fibre from the leaves, with which ha weaves a coarse kind of cloth, and also makes ropes so strong that the cowboys will have.no other lor their lassoes. Both these processes are doae by hand. ' On the edges of the. leaves .grow small, horny spikes, and wi...
CRIMINAL CATCHING SECRETS. DETECTIVES NOW MEASURE EYES, NOSE, AND EARS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
CRIMINAL CATCHING SECRETS. I DETECTIVES ' NOW' 'MEASURE * / EYES,, NOSE, AND EARS. Police and criminologists are agreed that the identification >of cri minals by means 0r what is known as anthropometric - measurements that js, measurements of all the fea tures, head and body-is undoubted ly the most important' and valuable system ever discovered. But Al phonso BertiUon, , the hekd of the Identification -Department to the Pre fecture of Police of Paris, who founded the measurement system, claims^ to have-^discovered an even more marvellous method of identi fication. Given the colour "of yo'ur eyes, the shape of your nose, and the forma tion of your ears, and he ' claims to be able to pick out jn any crowd, though he has never seen you before and has no other details of your make-up., . In . order to prove the value of his' new' system, Bertil lon has accomplished this feat again and again,, to the satisfaction of the Police, and the results recorded are sa remarkable that his new ...
Municipal Elections POLLING DAY, THURSADY, 27TH INST. CRS FLEVILL, KEMP AND FEAR RETURNED UNOPPOSED. CONTESTS IN CENTRE AND SOUTH WARDS. THE MAYOR OPPOSED BY DR. O'SULLIVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
Municipal Elections POLLING DAY, THURSADY [sic], 27tu INST. CRS FLEVILL, KEMP and FEAR RETURNED UNOPPOSED. CONTESTS IN CENTRE AND SOUTH WARDS. THE MAYOR OPPOSED BY DR. &nbsp; O'SULLIVAN. &nbsp; Despite the constant grumbling one bears aneut defective lighting, licgiectcl streets and footpaths, etc., an-.l the many other sins of ommisiou and coini:iisioii councillors are said to bo guiltr of, nomination day lias again pass.d quietly-no feverish anxiety 011 the part of citizens to enter the municipal arena. Only one of the retiriug councillors has to entur upon a contest, viz., the Mayor (Cr "Webber, ll.L.A.,). True there is to be a contest in the South Ward, but there is no sitting councillor to oppose, as Cr Beachcroft decided to retire from municipal life, and there fore did not nominate. The candi dates for this seat are Mr M. Strahan and Mr B. Hodges. The Mayor (Cr. Gordon- Webber, J.P., M.L.A.), is too well-known to the ratepayers of Richmond to need any introduc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 15 August 1914
LOCAL DIRECTORY. 1' l t ut' .->l-iiu'&lt;-. is elected by 'tUe wlwi&lt;= >totc. HOUSE OF ttEPHESENTA/l'lVKS. . larra Electorate - Hon. F. O. , Tuclor, M.P. 81'A'lt PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. .uelbour-e East Province.-Hon. A. iIfLellau, M.L.C.: Hon. J. P. Jones, ">J L-C- . hii.iM. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. J Uleliiuoud Electorate.-Mr. E. J. Colter, M.L.A. /ibb6tsford Electorate.-Mr.- G. 0. \ '>l)ber, M.L.A. CITY OF RICHMOND. The Richmond City Council . meets jh alternate Monday evenings, at the i'i wn Hall, at 7.30. V COUNCILLORS. Mayor, Cr Gordon Webber, J. P. WEST WARD. (*. W. Kemp, retires 1914. D. L. Da vies, retires 1915 M.. Alexander, retires 1916. NORTHWARD. B. Fleviil retires 1914. H. H. Bell, retires 1915. ' J. T. Street, retires 1916. -60UTH WARD. George-P. Beachcroft, retires 1914 W. Burgess, retires 1915. W. W. Gleadell, retires 1916. EAST WARD. Arthur A. Pear, retires 1914. C. Morgan, retlreB 1915. G. D. O'Connell, retires 1916. CENTRAL WARD...
WARM WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 22 August 1914
WARM WORK. An amusing story is told by an Indian Medical Service man, who. writing to the "British Medical Jour nal," states that ? the story was cur rent in his student days. A country doctor, returning from a Visit in the small hours of the morn ing, in the time of the '"body-snat chers," had to pass a secluded burial ground In which a deceased patient - had been interred the day berore. "When he reached the wall he saw a horse and trap standing unattend ed on the road outside. Looking cau tiously over the wall, he saw that two mien had just disinterred the corpse. Standing in the shadow of the wall, he__saw them bring out the body and place it in a sitting position on the seat of the trap, so that when they drove away the body, which they had wrapped in a dark cloak, would in the dim light look like a third man sitting between the other two. They then got over the wall again to fill in the grave. The doctor lifted the body down from the trap, laid it under the wall, and seated hi...
SLUTTONY IS A CARDINAL S[?]N. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 22 August 1914
SLUTTONY IS A CARDINAL. S&lt;N. By Dr. Frank Crane. Most people are gluttons. A glutton is one who eats more than he needs. When the amount you eat passes . beyond the necessary to keep body and mind in a fit condition, you become a glutton. _ It is an ugly word. That Is because it stands for an ugly thing. There is a great moral benefit in calling your faults by their shortest and clearest name. You will be more liable to be ashamed of yourself if you call that untruth of yours a lie instead of an evasion and yourself a liar instead of a diplomat. Be smooth and polite to others, for that you should; but be hard and honest with yourself. Overeating does probably more harm than over-drinking. Not that 16 is worse, but that it affects more people. Thousands who do not drink alcoholic liquors at all gorge themselves with useless food. Many so-called temperance people regularly poison themselves with su perfluous food. Overeating is not merely a. mistake, it is a crime. It is a ...
ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 22 August 1914
ROWING. The annual meeting of the Rich mond Rowing Club was held ^on Sat urday, 15th inst., at Young and Jack son's Hostelry, when the following office-bearers were elected for season 1914-15:-Patron, Sir John Madden, G.C.MG.; President, Mr. Alfred Wood; Captain, Mr, T. Jenkin; Vice-Captain, W. H. M'Evoy; Hon. Secretary, H. W. Wansley; Hon. Treasurer, W. L. Podmore; Press Correspondent, (X H. Merrick; Selection Committee, M. G. Scott, Geo. Grey, W. H. M'Evoy; General Committee, C. H. Merrick, W. Grey, M. G. Scott, I. J. Williams, and J. Barton; Auditors, B. King and C. H. Merrick. Mr. E. J. Cotter, M.L.A., presided over an excellent attendance of mem bers and friends, and, at the same time, welcomed Mr. Len. Davis (champion sculler of Victoria) and Mr. E. Kenney (Hon. Secretary, of the Victorian Rowing Association), who were present. The annual report of the club shows the great strides made since the" re moval to the city, a great influx of members having resulted; in fact, the rej...
FOOTBALL. G. H. BENNETT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 22 August 1914
FOOTBA L L. G. H. BENNETT CLUB. The match between Bennett's and Blackrock resulted in another win for Bennett's by two points. It was. absolutely the. best game played so far, larke just getting the mark in time to make Bennett s in the lead. Up to that they were four points to the bad, and only two minutes to time. Special com ment must be made of the general play of Wood, oh the' wing. and Kett roving. Blackrock admitted that the G.H.B. team waa a sur prise packet. The. record to date this season is-Played 7, lost one. drawn one, won five The goal-kickers for Bennett's .were-Black Ketfc. Til'son, Clarke and Gilbert one each. Tea was partaken of at the Sand ringham Hotel, and a pleasant time spent The final scores were:-Bennett s 5-6 ; Blackrock 4-iO. To-day Bennett's play Deepdene on the latter's ground and have tea at the Survey Hotel. " KEATING'S POWDER " destroys BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES, a£id all other insects, whilst quite harmless to domestic animals. In ex terminating Be...
RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 22 August 1914
KATE'S TO THE M MTICIJ KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. a. a. Letters-For every ^os. or un der 0 ' Post Cards-each 0 \ Reply Post Cards-etch . . ..01 Newspapers-4oss. 0 1 Additional 2oze 0 0% "oujmerelal Papers-2ozs., 3d.; 4ozs., 3V£d.; (Joss., 4&lt;L; 8om., 4%d.; lOozs., 6d.; then every Stow, to 51b*. . . 0 1 Printed Papers, other than newspapers-For every 2OBS. or under, up to 51bs. ..... 0 1 Patterns and Samples - For every 2oia. or finder, up to 61b& 0 I Begistratlon Fee . 0 I Parcels Post, wholly by sea For each parcel of lib. «r BEder 1 0
Municipal Cartage Plant COUNCIL PROPOSE TO PURCHASE CONTRACTOR STAFFORD'S HORSES AND PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 22 August 1914
Municipal Cartage Plant COUNCIL PROPOSE TO PUB- . CHASE CONTRACTOR. STAFFORD'S HORSES AND PLANT. ' A committee of the Council has for some time past been inquiring i,nto the question of establishing a munici pal stables and plant for .carrying, out the cartage work of the city. They have completed, their, labours,, and pre sented the following report to the Council on Monday evening last: 1.-The Committee has" had under consideration a return furnished by the City Engineer of- the cost of the horsework undertaken by the Prahran and Hawthorn Councils! The Prali ran Council owns 17 . horses, and the Hawthorn Council -15 horses. The £oit- :perday * peiV 'iioV'se dray;*. is estimated by the Prahran engineer at 13s. 3d., and the Hawthorn engineer's estimate is lis. 2d. per day. It is esti mated that 25 horses would be re quired to do the whole of the carting for the Richmond Council. The pre sent cost to the Richmond Council for driver, horse, dray and harness to do the street watering, ...
PARCELS POST WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 22 August 1914
PABGBL8 P0S1 WITHIN VIO TORIA. Limit weigkt, 111b. Limit of size, I Bft 6I11. In length, or 6ft in girtli and length combined. Postage (to be pre paid by stamps)-lib. or under, 6d.; each extra lb., 3d. The xtamp to be affixed to an adhesive label, to be ob tainable at any post office, which label will be attached to the parcel by the portal receiving officer after he has ascertained the weight Mo parcel will be accepted nnless felly prepaid.