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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
tl W\W£JUi ft > #f I A /W LAS Ife i|s Wet days br!n&- a hlpr -rop "of Colds, Influenzaanri Bronchial Troubles. Peptj nre the surest safeguard afjalr.st wet and changeable weather parils. Keep Feyis alwr.ys handy, mid defy all ilic throat and I chest troubles of tills fickle | and uncertain weather. Peps lire a true breath ing cure. The powerful balsamic odours are in I y.'ps haled directly ii to the At '&lt; throat, clicst and Jvngs. ' and provide a i.n'.que i and uiilaiHngreir.edy. v'>» 1.-.V l.c l-i;«? 1 .-l:'. I",.. .ev m l 6 -:k1 3 I,.., ii G 'i, - >':j 0 GEO. WHITEHXJRST G oiierai Printer, . Bridge Road, Richmond. OFFICE OF Tiie Richmond Australian, r All kinds of Printing done. Dance, and the "World will dance, too. Cry, and the World cries with you. THH LOOAL WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, *' The Richmond Australian," Oentaint all News Items of Imtereit, as well as serial* ani short stories. All News Agents Bell it. PRIOB - - ONE PINNY. Secretaries of Churches, Fr...
LETTER PILLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
LETTER PILLARS. Letters may also be posted at f#i (owing places: Corner Hoddle and Bgan street*. Oorner Hoddlenstreet and Simpson'* road. Corner «Uurch and Victoria street*. Corner Church and Kent streets. Corner Victoria and McKay streets. Comer Victoria and Burnley streets. Corner Burnley and North streets. Corner Burnley-street and Campbell parade. Hawthorn Bridge. Bendlgo-street. Corner Swan and Coppln streets. Coru. Church-street and Darlingtoi paradet, ij aiiSiliH Corner Bridge-road and Lennex street Corner Bridge and Pont roads. Corner Rowena-parade and Alfred atreet Corner Lennox-street and Richmond terrace. ' _ Corner Swan and Clifton streets." Corner Church and Balmain streeta Corner Church and Swan streets. Green-street Local Bill Poster and Distributor.-'> J. Werner, 15 Gou h-place, oft Punt road South. Advertising space is truly as much a part of your business and pro perty as the window ip which you display your goods, or tbe office Ip which you transact your busine...
Girls' Guild. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
Girls' Guild. The.. Guild was »'>rry to lose their Instructor, who left for the country 'in search of work Air .Radford fulfilled ma duties well, and took a great interest in the work of training the girls. The good attendances of members showed that his effor.s were well appreciated. Air Radford is now in Gippsland, where we wish him every success Mr McLellan has now placed the Guild under the leadership of Misses Bell an J Wakcinan, two ? .young ladies from St George's Guild, St. Kilda. who have kindly offered their sorviccs. ft is hoped that all the members will continue to attend, and so eucoiu*,i^e the ladius who have volun teered to instruct them.
Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
Cricket Club. ( At the annual meeting of the above club, held on 8th ult,' the following were elected office-bearerR-President, Rev. G. M. Baird ; vice-presidents, Dr. P. Reid, Messrs Brogden, Byers, Chamberlain, Charles, Curpliey, Fife, Fowler, Johnson A.Kelso, Jas. Kelso, A. Kennedy, sen., C. Parker, R. Parker, and \V Yfile: secretary and treasurer, J. N. Fife ; delegate, M.Rankin; captain, F. Yule; vice-captain, A. Green ; committee, Messrs Grant, Green, Rankin, Robison, Parker, and Yule The hon. secrefcaTy acknowledges with thanks donations' from the following-Rev. Baird, Messrs Charles and Kennedy, sun.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS, Court Star of tke ForeBt meets ai R.U.D'.S. lAispensary Hall*. Church street, alternate Wednesdays. Court Pride of Richmond meets at F.S. Hall, Stewart-street, Richmond, alternate Wednesdays. Secretary, J. Mansle. Court Robin Hood meets at Fores ters' Hall, Swan-street, alternate, Mon days. Secretary, J. S. Macdermott Court Richmond meets at Lecture Hall, c/o Simpson and Victorja streets, Bast Melbourne, alternate Wednesdays. Secretary, J. R. Watson. - Court Yarraberg meets at Grana Hotel, c/o Burnley and Newry streets, Richmond, alternate Wednesdays. Sec retary, E. J. Pittard.
P.W.M.U. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
P.W.M.U. At the last monthly meeting of the P.YV.M.U., «iii interesting address was jiven by Deaconess Nurse Bett;, late of Oodnadatto. After hearing an account of a-typical week's work, one was left, wondering how any solitary woman can possibly do all there is to be done at these fin out-back Mission Stations. To :ict sometimes as doctor, dentist, or priest, in addition to the regular work of housekeeping, nursing, dispensing, and preaching seems a herculean task Beyond any ! woman's strength. Yet Deaconess Bett spoke of her work in a matter of fact wayihat made some of her audience ashamed of how little they had really dene for Home Missions. It was decided that, owing, to the outbreak of the war, there would be no special elforfc made for the fund for furnishing the new Tea llooms in the Assembly Hall.
Ladies' Singing Class. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
Ladies' Singing Class. The Ladies' Singing Class are busy just now practising for a concert they intend giving in conjunction with St. Stephen's in aid of the Richmond Branch of the'Red Cross Society in the Richmond L'owii Hall on Tuesday, October 13th. Leading, Melbourne artists are kindly' ,'iving their services, and the chorus will number about 100 voices. Their Ex cellencies the Governor and Lady Stanley the Mayor and Councillors of Richmond: have given their patronage, and Madam Vlelba has promised to be present if in .Melbourne. We appeal to our people, as iitizens of Richmond, to support thia nost worthy object, the first, and we believe, the only effort being, made in Richmond for the Red Cross Society.
RECHA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
RB0HABITH8. Alliance Tent, I.O.E., meets B.U.F.S. Dispensary Hall alternate Tuesdays, N. Wansley, secretary. Junior Division ' me.u Weileyan Schoolroom. Burnley Tent, I.O,R., meets at Burn ley Hall, Burnley-street, alternate Wed nesdays. W. H. Talbett, Secretary.
A.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
A.O.F. -f : r . I Court Robin Hood 60. and one for 15 (McKenzie 18. Paton 10 King 11; Barnes two for 22. Hntch inson two for 8, Newbigaji two for 7) v. Friar Tuck ft9 .( Johnson one -for 11, Hooper five for 16-hat trick.) Yarraberg 113 (Roff 62 Duncan 16; Barr "1L; Fletcher four for 28. Sandbatch t wo for' 16 v Flemington 45 i Wilson 16. Fletcher 12'; Roff four for :.?. Weate three far 19," Barr three for 17 ) 'Pride of Richmond eight for 123 ("Watkinson 26 0. Batch 21, Ling 15 Thornton 14. Ackland 11, Reed 11 not out; Jones one for 17, Her wig two for 19. Buscli two for 8, Green one for 13) v. Essendon 33 (Ioiios 18 ; 0. Batch two for 2, A. Batch three for: >j7i Watkinson one for 9 ) I :ii| . St Ignatius' 204 (Bayliss 85, Collopy 32, Lee 24, Barrett 19; Carnie three for 52. Thomas two for 18 ; v St. Johns 37 (Heagney two for 6. Collopv two for 10. Bayliss. two for 11, Barrett one for 3.) Duulop 77 (Nance 23, Tyler 13; Carlos six for 24, Aston three for 25) v. Richmond Footballer...
RICHMOND A.N.A. RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
RICHMOND A.N.A. RAMBLERS. The Richmond "A.N.A. Ramblers I played Thornbury last Saturday, and, after an exciting contest, were defeated by three runs, the scores being-Thornbury. 64 ; Ramblers, 61. Yule 15 Matthews 11, and Barry 10 were the principal scorers, and Yule three for 17. Nancarrow three for 17. Young two for 10, and Barry one for 5 secured the wickets.' To-day the Bamblers play Clayton Drag leaves the Town Hall at 1.30 sharp.
ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
ROWING The Hawthorn Rowing Club, winners of last season's Juniors' Premiership, opened the season on Saturday last with Scratch Fours. There was a large gathering, and the popular President, (Mr L. V. H, Fincham) in declaring the sea son open, said the prospects of the ensuing season were good, and he hoped that last season's success would be repeated. Afternoon tea was provided by the ladies, Di Gilio's band provided bright music, and the officers and committee did their best to make the afternoon enjoyable for all. The results were : First Heat-L. T. Reid, stroke, T. Pyke, 3, H. Black 2, J. Tilley, bow, beat D. Rippengaie, stroke, E. Smtth, 3, T. Easthangh, 2, M. Owen, bow. Second Heat-H. P. Kirch, str., J. Phillips, 3, P. Wagglen, 2, T. Cox, bow, beat G. Tennant, str., F. Sorby, 3, L. Evans, 2, A. Wilson, bow. Third Heat-H. P. Fletcher, str., C. Egar, 3, K. Watken, .2, W. O'Shear bow, beat J. Kohlman, str., A; Dureau, 3, E. Atkins, 2, G. Simpson', bow. _ Semi-final-Kirsch's crow ...
British Australian Red Cross Society RICHMOND BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 10 October 1914
British Australian Red Cross Society RICHMOND BRANCH. Sir-Amongst the articles . i are asked for and needed most : v the above are towels of all siz-f, either bedroom, bath,, or kitchen May we appeal to the generosity uf ; the citizens of Richmond to dou;iit at least one towel (that is everj i householder who has not already given to th? above.) We have ha-i to purchase a large quantity of calico, etc, consequently our fund. are g tting Jow, and we are auxiou.s to get a full supply of towels during the next fortnight. We feel sure that there is not one who would hesitate to give one towel for tli use of a sick or wounded soldier. Donations may be left at Hichmond Station, where a basket will b placed ready to receive them, or a' the Town Hall. Hoping to receive a ready response, Yours, etc, F. TUDOH, President M. WEBBER. Treasurer F. LEWIS, Secietary. The fourth meeting iu connection with the above was held ou Wed nesday evening last in the Town Hall. Up to the present 571 ariicles ...