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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. ODDFELLOWS.—M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. ODDFELLOWS.-M.D.I.O.O.F. Loyal Industry Lodge meets at Odd fellows' Hall, Ohvch-street South, al ternate Tuesdays. Secretary, F. Tllley, attends at nan every Wednesday from 7 till 9. Loyal Hop* ef Richmond Lodge meets at R.U.F^S. Dispensary Hall, Church, street, on alternate Thursdays Loyal Studley Lodge meets at St Matthias' Hall, Church-street North, alternate Mondays. Secretary, Geo. Tapner.
CORRESPONDENCE. YOUNGSTERS BEWARE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. YOUNGSTERS BEWARE. TO THK EDITOR. Sir,-The notification under the above heading in your last Satur day's issue that the local Council had decided to revoke the existing by-law and substitute in place thereof a more stringent one re garding children's trucks is good news to residents generally. The boy-truck nuisance has increased beyond all bounds during the fe-v months, and has become no; only a nuisance, but a danger to- anyo; e using the footpaths, I have ui'.en been at a loss to understand why they have been allowed to' continue so long. It is to be hoped that when it is fin dly passed that it will be energetically enforced, and once and lor all put a stop to the wild racing that takes place on down hill footpaths. I think it would be a good thing if you published the full text of the proposed by-law in your columns, and trust that when the matter comes beiore the Council on the 26th inst., that Crs Barcelo and Bell will further add to the obligation the rate pay...
Church Street 8ridge [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
Church Street 8ridge The state of Church-street Bridge over the Yarra was brought under the notice of the Minister of Public Works (Mr F W. Hagelthorne) on Wednesday by a deputation from Richmond and Prahran Councils, accompanied by Messrs McKinnon, Cotter and Webber M's.L A., and the City Surveyors. It was pointed out that this bridge, erected 50 years ago by the Government had served its purpose, but it was now out of date, and unsafe for heavy traffic. Engineers had from' time to time reported that the bridge was unsafe, and recently the Rich mond and Prahran Councils had spent £fi00 in its repair. Patching up would- do no good ; what was wanted waB a new bridge, and the Councils had thought it best to approach the Government to see what steps should be taken. Cr I Webber, M.L.A., urged that it was | only a fair thing that Melbourne and several of the sub.urban councils should bear a proportion of the cost of a new bridge. Mr Cotter, M.L.A., hoped that a bridge would be erected s...
CHAPTER XX. IN THE TOILS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
.CHAPTER XX. IN THE TOILS. A voice from the distant part of the house replied lustilj to the sum mons, telling that Clincher, whoever he was, might shortly be expected to arrive on the scene. Lance realised that he must settle one of his ene mies at a time ; so he bent all his energies to a speedy finish with Dr. Venning. But the latter was a .very powerful man, and his hold was not to be shaken. For a moment the two struggled fiercely, shifting to the middle of the room. Then Lane? suc ceeded in tripping his antagonist, and bringing him undermost to the floor. With one knee he gave the doctor a tremendous dig in the stomach, then, taking quick* advantage of his oppor tunity, he broke loose with a jerk and sprang to his feet. But he was not to get off sj easily. The doctor, though lie was for the moment incapable cf rising or of mak ing much outcry, seized the taii of the prisoner's coat and held on. In a tricc Lance divested himself of the garment, and plunged forwnrd, only to some...
The Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
The Richmond. The good houses at the Richmond Theatre afford ample proof of tbe' excellent programmes presented, for the multiplicity of Picture shows has made the public so critical that nothing but the best will suit them. The latest pictures are screened by the management, with two compile changes of pro grammes^ weekly, and matinees Saturdays and holidays.
Windsor Magazine. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
Windsor Magazine. The October number of the Windsor Magazine has been con siderably enlarged from the usual proportions in order to make room for extra pages, bound into the number as a special supplement, devoted to the subject ol the War. Under the title of "The Empire's Splendid Rally to the Mother Country" is given an interesting survey of the work which the loyalty of the Overseas Dominions has undertaken with such fine en thusiasm, and illustrating this theme appear many interesting portraits. That of His Majesty King.George is accompanied by his two sons, the Prince of Wales and Prince Albert. Portraits ol the Pjrime Minister of Australia, the Premiers of other States of the Commonwealth, and the Prime Minister of New Zealand also appear.
PICTURE NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
PICTURE NIGHT An immense alidience attended the National Theatre, Bridge-road on Tuesday evening when a Picture Night in aid of the Patriatic Fund was held. Mr T. M. Hodges, pro pri'-tor of the theatre, generously granted free use of the building, provided assistants, supplied the pictures ; in fact, bore the whole 'jost , of the entertainment thus diverting the gross proceeds to the Fund. The pictures shown were .excellent and the large audience had the double pleasure of spending a thoroughly enjoyable evening and assisting in a good cause Mr 0. 0. Blazey (Town Clerk) apologised for the absence of Messrs Cotter and Webber, M's.L.A., through Parlia mentary duties, thanked the audience for their generous pat ronage. and expressed the thanks of the Committee to AI r Hodges for his public spirited generosity in defraying the whole cost of such an excellent entertainment. T litre were present 7u6 at 6d, and lf>&lt;> at 1/
Patriotic Fund. £835 6s. 11d RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
Patriotic Fund. £835 6s. lia RECEIVED. His Worship the Mayor desires to acknowledge receipt of the following additional donations: Amount previously ac knowledged ... £S14 13 2 Cash taken at National Picture-Theatre ... 7 3 9 Tickets paid for ... 1 6 0 T. Wall bridge Prop. Ltd. and Employees (Sth " instalment) ... 3 0 . 0 Employees of Richmond Council (9th instal ment) ... ... 2 1 6 Employees Moore & Co. 2 2 0 " 275," 2nd contribution 15 0 Frank Hagger... ..: 110 A. E. Cox ... ... 0 10, 6 Collected by Mrs Bradshaw D. J. McGrath " ... 1 1 0 Podmore Bros ... ' 1 1 0 S.M. .... 0 2 0 £835 6 11
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
B jtlDGE ROAD, near Lennox Street The First, Most Comfortable, and Most Popular Theatre in Richmond. Carefully Selected " First Kun " Pictures, accompanied by Bright and Sparkling Jtusic, rendered by the National Orchestra, have made the National Theatre the talk of Richmond. .*. Program Changed Every Monday & Thursday. The F^oional is the Coolest Thoatre in the Suburbs. A Tip-Up Chair for Every Patron. " tfloors are all Sloping, thus ensuring a good view for all. Pictures every evening at 8 sharp. Matinees every Saturday and Holiday at 2.30 sharp. POPULAR PRICES : STDREIS 6CIRCLE IS - Children Half Price to all Parts, except on Saturday Nights. Seats may be Booked at Eaulkner's, opposite Theatre, 3d, extra. .... :M I Henry Skead General Grocer. 36 OORSAIR STREET,! RICHMOND, invites YOU to come and '?know for yourselves his Great System of Cash and Credit Combined. Lowest Prices. Best Quality. Tel. 2376 Windsor, A 8k any of our numerous Customers-they will tell yov. £ w cSSS...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
Always Use Good Tnk Wiltshire's Inks have It reputation of ,35 years' standing behind them. They embody all that is essentia! in a pirfeot Ink, being Pare Fluid, Non Corrosive and . Permanent. Sold by leidinij tationers every when*. Infuse SahititatRt " THE SWAN," Corner if OBUKCH and .SWAA" ?>' Kr.KTS stAsr RICH iiON r>. OARI/TOfi XXX and XXXX ALKb. fHLront will iiml ewty cunetiuianub pro vided lor tfittiu. COUNTER LUNCH 11 to 2 daily. BILLIARD SALOON fitted with otie of Alcock's best tables. IEIIKPHONE No 2002 'Kucmn resulta., posted promptly after _ . each race. KSi'ABLISHEJ) 1868 John Champion, Late JB. Baker, Putrmaceuticai & Dispensing Chemist, Ana Surgeon Dentist, LOU tf K1DUJS HOaD; HICUiiOJSD. i 'p I M B K K. TUBE H. McGonchie's RICHMOND GASH TIMBER YARDS, tiRIDGE ROAD, Corner Gardner St. also i !0 ilN Kit iiWiS aud BRIJiJTON STH., SOUTH RICHMOND. ' Liuilding Material of every description New and Second-hand -at Reasonable PriceB. . Flooring, Bod Gum, Cement, ...
National Picture Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
National Picture Tlu-ativ. The program for Monday. Tues day and Wednesday eveniims at the National Theatre will include:--. The House of Temperley. -i five reel feature drama from the well known novel by Oonan Doyle ; Tin One who Loved Him Beet, ,;i i -.\ n part feature drama; Larin 1 >iood, drama; Don't Monkey v. iili - the Buzz Saw, comedy ; A (''idnevMove, comedy ; Australian Gazette. On Thursday the programme will be changed as usual, when -iIk principal features will include > eg o' the Mountains, a two reel duima ; Putting One Over (.Dolly, of the Dailies Series); also the funniest and best two reel Keystone comics The Property Man.
Richmond Australian "Give me the liberty to utter and to argue freely according to conscience above all liberties." SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10 Current Topics Municipal Loan. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
ii it jj^itslrtfliaii *' Give, me the liberty to utter and to argue jreely« according to conscience above all liberties." s i 'URD iy,;ouroBisn 10 Current Topics Municipal Loan. The Council gives notice in our advertising colums of the intention to borrow the sum of £16,000-.for : -(J). Purchase and erection of machinery for ilie treatment . of refuse, £ 1200 ; (2) Erecting, a new Mutton House, etc. at Abattoirs, £3,5U0 ; (3) Purchase of Tar Dis tilling Plant. £500. Plans and specifications, estimate of the cost of such work, and a statement showing the proposed expenditure of the money to be borrowed are open for inspection .at the office of the Council.' 'Mr Alf. Wilson will .occupy the platform at City Reserve to morrow (Sunday) afternoon. His subject is " Human Progress." A novelty in Garden Fetes is to be held at the Church of England Grammar School Grounds, Domain road. South Yarra on the afternoon and evening of Saturday next, 17th inst The Girls Friendly Society and the Chui...